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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 z- f tt r WItIM T y 1 f i T l cii t ayl1L J Jc I BREATHITJ1 COUNTY NEWS-J 7 J v =WIn UAOINB Editor and PublisherA NEWSPAIKK DEVOTKD TO Tillt INTERESTS OF EASTERN KENTUOKYOHIt DOLLAR PEn YCAK nt ADVANCE J 7 2 1 = tt Volume IV 1905e1905lumber 16 v Wo will ncccpt ndvertisuinents on guaranty that our paper has more than twice the circulation in Brenthitt County of any piipur published Our paper goes to uv cry post oflico in Parry County and almost every ono in Lee Ha gotlin Owflloy Volfo undo Knott Counties I If you want to reach the mountain trade try an ad in the HUKATH ITT COUNT NKWB q KILLTHI COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNCS= KinlSNew I y IFOR cONSUMPTION I60c Burnt and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY SACK e J W Dean Contractor for Brick and I Stone Work Limo and Cement for sale Give him a call whun flooding auything in his Huo JACKSON KY 10 BUY THE i5 r Btfere You Purchase Any OAtt Write THE NEW HOME SEWINQ MACHINE COMPANY ORAflOC MAS1- BKinr Sewing Wechlnes are mad to ull record Inter query rot the A ew Home Is mate la war Our guaranty nave runs out We make Swhtg Machines to suit all condition oft trade The Sfew hoots lUndstttt bud of all HlsjliffrU tamely Sewing machines Sold byauthertarltieateraeutyroe James M Richardson Co General Agouti KlMtrlo HldB CLCVELiYNn O WantedOno Thousand Men and Women to puns the Oil II Service Kzatninntion for the following United titates Gorrrn meat positions NAME OPPOSITION Department Hrniicli Ago IJiultliO mid over Clerk Male or Female i Stenographer Male or Kemitto 8ten gro licrand Tjri writer Male i ir Female I Bookkeeper Male or Female Hallway Mall Clerk Are 18 to 85 Tagger SO and over r Custom 1101150IhVJICll 4tgo Iinlt2o and over flay Inspector Olerk Male or Female Assistant Weigher IeasengoriInternal liownnu Hrniicli Age Limit lil and over Clerk Clanger Storekeeper UrnuchI 18 to ID i Clerk Carrier For Information as to riquiremanti Address 0 Box 683 Lexington Ky t r STJWENSARMSbkungnall I your same All rcquUli firtwm vir I ofAIFLTISI a T E V E N S 7 Art dekr ca rat oa ptxlacu astir- bt If- ya uuM cU ln DM I j 1 STEVENS net cijnti w pttptlii ship dlo cpo receipt of prUv Iedt cans ST uCCtla irrthM seer iiliWtiom ml OIupr11 by A U 11IT CAN EU UONU h Sew U4 tttnctlnf yayw1v14Stadt lu J STEVENS ARMS All TOOL CO- p aBOX Soot OHIOOPEK FALLS MAM US A TUB OLD FA MI FA CIXGK VrItlen tor TDK IRKATIIITT 1Cu1 hiirty six years ago before I was burn Though father owned plenty of stock Had timber land and money to spare ITo never had purchased clock But thirteen days before my birth lay Dressed up in his quaint lookinfr frock They tell me he rode old Darby to town And purchased the old fetidly clock lid made it nshelf whisk lie screwed to the wall So solid it never could rock Then ho sot it thereon and started the tick Of that beautiful old fancily clock On that same little shelf by night and by day 1 That familiar old tick c ty tock ling soothed many cares of life away As it canto from tho old family dock My father has risen for ninny n year To feed and tend to his stock And mother to cook her mtiflins and cakes ly the strike of tho old family clock And many a timo ero tho dawn of the day Before the crow of the cock That musical strain would wnko us nil up As it came from tho old family clock When babies we often wero lulled to sleep Aa mother our cradle would rook When sick the hours seemed hast cued away Hy the tick of the old fimrily clock It has ticked off many a month and n year Has had ninny a knock Yet scarcely youll flail more accu rate time Titans kept by tho old family I clock J ir IIlKHOXYMOUS Primrose Ky Hiram Laweon of Frozen was in town Monday Klhnnun K Combs of Hazard WAS liurc on business during tho week W 0 1ryor malinger of tho Frozen Creek Lumber Co was hero Monday Tho Kentucky thor Oiland Gas Company oporatingin Yolfo county last brought in a pay lug well on tho Campbell faun both oil and gas being found Mrs Granvillu Jett of Athol who has been suffering from in I flammatory rheumatism for some time was taken to thin Good Sa maritan hospital at Lexington Saturday i the offices of the Kentucky Block Cannel Coal Company have been moved front to Cincinnati This is the company that operates tho mines at Cannel City anti also near Uoiittjvillo B P Howling editor of tho Hazard Enterprise was a tailor at Tot NEWS oftiee Tuesday Ho was on his way homo from a busi noas trip to Lexington and other points below llo has just added u job department to his nowapaper plant From Bennett to Lizzie- 1ANvimilf Ivr funuary 18 1005 Mv 1IfiR StaTEn 1 will write to you Are you well I want you to go to school and bo a fliimrt lady How often do you think about brother You must learn fast and dont wasto time in play I wish you could come to SOP me So bo a sweet girl With many kisses of love Your brother BKNNKTT The adore is the last letter writ ten Bennett Turk to his half- sister Lizzie Scroll who diet last publishedbyregtt11rit Laura SQtf all r iiiii Appointed Special Ju gciAttorney J J 0 Back of time Jackson bar has been coiiimis sioned by Governor Beckham tot a number of cases in the Ma goblin circuit court in wlreh tho present of that district is disqualified froth presiding on ac count of having eoi employed in the ensueIDeath of a William Hays an old nil re j specter citizen of Lane Wolfo county tiled at his homo lust Fri day of old age and a complication of diseases Ho formerly resided in this county and had many ruin tives and friends here among them Mrs Breck FHnchum his daugh tor who is a resident of Jackson Republican District Convention HeJnLlicltliDi8trict legislative district held in tho town of Jieattyville liyon Tues day January 17th 15J05 pursu nut to tho call of the chairman of said district a majority of thin committee being it was ordered a convention bo hold in the town of Beattyvillo at 1 oclock pmil Thursday April Oth 1905 for tho of nomi a candidate for legitlatho tho November election 1005 Mass conventions to be hold at 1 oclock pnu Monday April 3d at the county seat in each of time counties of reathitt Lee and Ma gothit to select delegates to attend district convention The county chairman of each county is dirocted to pnblish a notice of this ropresontntionin as follows Ureathltt county 8 votes Leo county 10 votes Ma goflin 14 votes Done by ordor of tho committee JII UAMUONS WI Mir Secretary Chairman Try This Remedy In a normal healthy individual onothirteenth of the weight is blood and onetenth of time blood is salt This fact atomic will show why the modern school of medi clue has differentiated from quack cryamid superstition in employing salt as a preventative andi rom edy Physicians can accomplish with tho nidof snit In cases of hemorrhage or excessive loss of blood is injected to sustain the vitality If tho hemorrhage is from tho JUllgs salt is directly to tho patient and will often arrest tho hoinor rhnge Dentists use salt and water to stop tho flow of blood following thin extraction of tooth thus pro pntiontThoroning tho gums For catarrh thorn is no bettor remedy than a teaspoonful of salt dissolved in A pint of tepid water used with a nasal douche The nostrils and throat should bo thoroughly flushed daily and many a patient for this advice pays a phy sician his regularfee Cold water should never bo used Inflammation of the eyes sue cumbs to a treatment of salt water oniMjuartor ora teaspoonful to a glass of hot Water Women who readily take cold from exposure in wet weather should try this remedy Remove tho shoos and stockings and with out drying the vigorously with dry tho moisture disappears It is almost a certain pro vontativo of a cold In hot weather bathe the feet in n solution of salt wateryFor bunions there is no bettor remedy than R half lemon ticked tho outer edge so that it will readily expand to cover the desired surface packed solid with salt and hound securely over nightsSalt gar will earn a sore throat Use as a gargle two or three times a dayA cupor cold water with a tea spoonful of salt taken upon rising in the morning will act ast an ex collect physic An acute attack of indigestion may be removed al eatingJmndCul a These are onlya few of tIle nu merous uses to which physicians put salt Indirectly it is one of the greatest beautifiers women anytliimra woman moth fair to look upon ALL OVER THE HOUSE How to Make a Cradle For Baby From a Clothes Basket A most cunning contrivance for a baby cradle U nothing more ex clothesImsht lovelymust be well wadded amid lined and decorated with os much muslin and lace as fancy dictates A largo down pillow forms the mattress ullda pillowYou useful says11ommaiimoved to or from tho fire it can be bybeingearrJ up stairs without disturbing babys sleep and when its occupant gets n little older and wants to sit up he or she is quite safe from drafts and dangers of fall ing and when it lies fulfilled its mission as a cradle for six mouths of its occupants life it can be stripped of its adornnjcnts and sent to the kitchen Treatment For Frostbite A point to bear in mind at this reason is that in flue of freezing or frostbite heat must never be applied at first Aim at gradual restora tion Use friction with snotty or ice or cold water and get up all the fric tion possible After awhile let heat be applied in the most gentle man her possible If in thue case of freez ing animation doe not return try eU50Iof If cores follow frost bite treat with nemo reliable ointment If there isJnuch inflamma tion poultice liberally Smelling Salts Take one gill of liquid ammonin a quarter of a drain each of attar of rosemary and English lavender eight drops each of bcrmagot and cloves lout into i bottle and slake vigorously until well mixed Pill the smelling bottle with asbestus or epongo cuttings and pour the mixture over them taking care not to put in more than the sponge will retain else the ammonia will run out and stain fabrics when time bottle is inverted Cure For Chilblains Take u lump of unslakdd limo about the size of the fist put it in a basin and sprinkle a lifla water on it all it will absorb ana let it dissolve then put enough hot water on it to covertho feet well and let them soak If tho water gets too hot cool it but use it as hot as pos sible Use it at night You would better not go out iii the cold immediately after using it Ironing Laces Iron embroidcriej on the wrong side Oer a thin smooth cloth over flannel Never touch lace directly Heavylacesironed but pinned out on a board over a cloth If they seem stiff when taken off rub them gently with tho fingers TTo Clean White Feathers Draw the feathers gently through a warm soap lather several times then pass them through tepid and finally through cold water to rinse them Then hold them a short dif lance from the fire and curl the sep arate parts of the feather as it dries Brass Polish Old and much tarnished brass is best treated perhaps by pouring very strong ammonia over it and then giving it a good scrubbing with a brush After about five minutes the metal should bo as bright and shin ing ns when new To Make Starch In making starch boil it at least ono hour then add a teaspoonful of powdered borax to a half gallon of starch Clothca done up in this starch will liavo a peculiar soft stillness and will not muss as soon as you put them on To Stop Mouse Holes To stop mouse holes take a piccn ofcommon hard soap stop the hole with itnnd you may rest assured you will have no further troublo front that quarter It is equally ef fectual ai regards rats roaches one1 nuts For the Skin I Half a teacupful of common vin egar put in a cold bath is excellent for bracing one up and will keep the skin in an active healthy state This is also nice for a footbath To Dry Wash Curtains Washing window curtains in win ter can bo easily accomplished by rubbing them in dry cornmeal and then allowincthem to hang a little while a Care of Lamp Wicks Starch and irqn vidc lamp wicks and wicks for oil stoves The will not then cause trouble in fitting them into the burners C 1 i FOR THE LITTLE ONES I Table Ctaradis That Can Be Produeeu In a Moment Here are some charades that can be produced in a moment with out requiring scenery or other prep nration They may be called table charades because most of them need only the ordinary things to be found in any dining room Tie u hit of ribbon in a bow to a gayblndcsame bit of ribbon attached to it represents the Belle of the room Lria coin on the table and a forkor two on top of it The group signi fibs Forking over the cash The cayenne pepper castor placed along side of a saltcellar represents A hot seller cellar Time vinegar cruet by the side ora bunch of grapes of course means Sour grapos Spoons placed on each side nulkilr sent A spooning pair A match and two bowls in line of course show A match at bowls Two matches alongside ofa spoon and a napkin ring mean Matched not runted A cracked china plate stands for The partition of Chinn etc National Greetings How do you do American and English How do you carry yourself French Iloty lo you jitnnd Italian How do you find yourself Ger manHow do you fare Dutch IIow can you Swqdish- IIow is your stomach IIow have you eaten your rice Chinese yourselfPolishHow do you live on Russian May thy shadow newer be less Persian They all mean pretty much time same thing He Would Take Both A little fouryearold who was in vited out to Thanksgiving dinner was told before leaving the house that whey he was asked whether he preferred the dark or white meat of turkey he should any I like both and will take either When he sat down at the table the boy was asked tho usual question Ho replied I like either will tako both please An Arousing Trick A trick which always raises a tinybit8of a friends hand and tell him you anytwoundisturbed Ho is almost sure to pieceYoublow the other pieces away Only Four Kinds President Koosevclt has taken pains to instill into tho minds of- his boys an understanding that they are no better than anybody else and that they must learn their lessons and obey their teacher There are only four kinds of boys lie tells themtall boys nnd short boys good boys and bad boys Just to Frighten Her =Jack in awful tones Io you know there is a skeleton in this houseSue in a fright1IeroJ- ackInsido me When Marcus Goes to Market When Marcus goes to market Ha buys n wondrous tore Of peaches figs and cherries A hundred pounds or more Ten bushels of bananas And peanuts by tho peck Just what his fancy dictates With not the slightest check When Marcus goes ashopplngr Ho buys without delay Enough brocades and velvets i To tako ones breath away And llamonds rubles He brings with open hand A wondrous merchant Is he With wealth at his command i When Marcus comes from market Across the nursery floor Our larder Is no richer Our wardrobe shows no more Dut though his baskets And his goods fire nil cmptyIWe welcome him with And we thank him Just c Youths Companion =BEEF AND TURKEY Comparative Value and Economy of the Two as Food Discussing the comparative food value of roast beef and turkey the Lancet says weightformore nourishing then that of beef but the latter is generally speaking cheaper than the former The moisture in beef however exceeds the amount present in the flesh of the turkey and the latter contains a better percentage of proteid or flesh forming substance In either case the percentage of moisture is seldom less than TO per cent In lean beef the amount of fat in much the same us in a not too well fed turkey hut it must be pointedout that the flesh of poultry differs from hninJtitsand moreover the fibers in the flesh of fowl are short and readily yield to the disintegrating action of the di gestive processes A large amount of fat in Lither case iapt to inter fun with the digestibility of the meat The fat of beef is more di turkeyTimeand owing to its tendency to become dppeptic Perhaps the most important dif ference however from a dietetic point of view between beef and tur that whereas beef contains a high percentage of cxtrnctive matters turkey contains hardly army at all Time extractive matters in beef account largely for its peculiar and marked flavor and owing their absence in poultry generally and in the pheasant und partridge the tin vor of these meats is delicate But there is no doubt that time extrac tie of beef as well as of mutton theyt1nvoringas perhaps the most powerful stimulants to gastric digestion A Gloomy Outlook Either Way The New York Times tells a story ofa white man who was arraigned pellceduringing a man and stealing his mule The comparative of such crimes varied with the soil upon which they were committed In this case the deed was done in Arkansas near the Texas border There was some rivalry between the states but the colored justice tried to preserve an impartial frame of mind Wes rot two kinds ob law in dis yore cot he saidrexas law an Arkansas law11nhich will you lab Time prisoner thought a minute and then said he guessed ho would take Arkansas law Den I discharge you fo stealin de mule an hang you fo killin de manHold on a minute judge 1 called the the prisoner T would rather have All right Under de law ob Texas J fine you to killin do man anIhang you fo stealin de muleNA Soft AnlwerIDibbs rather over slappinghimHello old fellow How are you So glad to see you again IThod have thought of meet i Stranger Confound you Rid How dare you strike mo in that blackguardly manner You ought I to be more careful that youve gotI personDibbs sir I must apolo gize but I took you for the Karl of ll The likeness is really wond Stranger greatly mollified Say no more sir I entreat I quite see how tho mistake occurred Magnifi cent weather isnt it Good morn morningLondon She on Her Knees She went upon her knees Ho gave no single sign of heeding Although he saw and heard ho eat and calmly kept on reading She hum bly knelt Strange sounds arose as if for But mailed inpitJrloading steel toad calmly kept on reading reports reviews the for cicn news accounts of crimes ap palling She wiped her brow the cloth she meld she wrung till drops were falling And still she stayed upon her knees and ho was all un heeding When Mary scrubbed his ofliee floor he calmly kept on rending r Not the Same SappyI overheard you defend ing mo last night Mr Jenks was complaining to you that I had meant to snub him wasnt ho Miss leprcyNo indeed Sappy Xo I thouglitlie was At any rate I heard you say You misjudge him I dont believe such Sappyshead justdiscussingTress I Wll HlJl lg nltH SEWING MACHINE ROLLER SCARING HIGH GRADE IbySTUOKGLST GLAKANTEn Nations Sewing Machine Co I vmFRF ILLIN- OISSomething d Newr Valuable Tours r- roFLORIDA S i Yin failUJayIQueen Crescent Route f Go One Way Itcturii Auotker Winter tourist tickets rood going via Aihevillo through the Land of the Sky and beautiful sapphire country and returning TIe Atlanta and Chatta noiic or vice vena are now on ultLOW RATES Tho Florida Limited solid train Drawingitoomwith Dining Gar tervioe learn Lexing ton every morning via Queen Ie Ctl s cent Route running throuek without change to JncUiotivillo via Chattanooga and Southern Railway The Chicago and Florida Spttial beginning January Out consisting el Drawing Room Sleepers Obsirvatitn Cars etc will leave Cincinnati every evening except Sunday runallthrough solid to St Augustine via Chattanooga and Suiilhtrn Railway with Dining Oar tervice tnrout- ihrough Pullman Sleepers t Jack sun rille front Uinciiinnli every ereeieg- via Knoxville Aihuvlll and iiava ah From Louisville connection with all of the nbovc trains Is mdaL Lexlne lUllwiyForleI Homes folder rates rchedulesur ither information address G D AMEX 01 HuxaiKFOK w A LStW O1tuNLARso u Q P A Q C Route Cincinnati 0 ttgeOCU1r adne how to poe nn mar eoprnltttletIN ALL COUNTRIES ffuliua dlrttl tIt HfiUxftait icon mf ant tinpaUnt ExclualltllWriteSU KUtk Stmt app VIU4 fUtM hunt OJU WASHINGTON O C For PainTake a Dr Miles AntiPain Pill and the Pain will dis appear Like- Magic Not by paralyzing the nerves and glands like opium morphine cocaine rand other dangerous drugs but by In creasing the natural secretions This action Is obtained as a result of modem discoveries In medicine making it liosslblo to relieve pain without bad aftereffects You can safely depend upon Dr Miles AntiPain rills to relieve and cure ouch pains as Neuralgia Headache Stomach ache Menstrual Pains Rheumatism Backache Toothache etc They will also by their calming act Ion on the nerves almost Instantly re lien such distressing feelings an Dix ziness CarSickness Indigestion Irri tability Sleeplessness Nervousness etc Not merely do they relieve but they also absolutely cure because by perse vexing In their use you do away with till cause Dr Miles AntiPain Pills ore guar anteed that first package will benefit or your money back Never sold In bulk 1 am thankful for the good Dr Miles AntiPain Pius have and are doing me Ever since the war I lavespells of severe throbbing head ache caused catarrh until nix yenns ago I began taking AntiPain Illhi the remedy ever iravo me relief have not had one hard attack because I take a Pill dlmeultyo1iOSAUNDERS FREE TrialPacksPain Pills the Now Sclentiflo rvSpecialistrv treeORATORIES LIMIL itT INpj 1y 11 I Zhe fireattitt Tfowse JJWISE AdlNS Editor N Friday February 3 1005 I PROFESSIONAL CARD 1 I J WISE IIAGINSA- TTOnNEYA r LAw Office over PostOffice JACKSON KCTT00- ETIfsAll business intrusted to him will teceive prompt and careful a tention i iiiinmmmTimnmmimmtnnnniiiii i I L C ROARK I LAWYER 1- E JAOKSON KENTUCKY t Will practice in Brcathitt and x Hagoffin Counties E H MIIUU111LUW1AWWWiLLUtlWWlllullG FU2ENOK PATTON iy I JACKSON II LAWYERSJ j t4I JOHN D WH I TE LAWYERjOffice over Bank Manchester Clay Co I 9 KentuckytRoom 603 Kentucky Title Bldg t i Louisville Ky I 1Willpractice in State nnd U S Courts Invites correspondence touching New Era Co lands in Ow ley or C V L Co lands in llarlan or Goose Croak farm J KyUpon investigate I and report vnluejof tir large ttactrS of timber coal and oil laude locate d i between Meshack Monroe county Ky and the head of K ngdmn Cone Letcl 1 er Co Ky JHSSHSESHSSSESESHSSSESH LEETE BEURIS IT n CIVIL ENGINEERSAND j fl Prompt Attention given tot fl all classes of work and I SATISFACTION GUARANTEED fl OFFIOE t JACKSON 3 KENTUCKY Gj t S 52525P5cSd525252tS252 2s1 I CONLEY BROWN COPE i CIVIL ENGINEERSANnSURVEYORS rnrn Local Surveying a specialty Phone 39 Office in the old I Ilargis building ii JACKSON S- U 5252S2525sJet OS3 JCL7G7e ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce I GRANr IIOLLIDAY as a candidate for Representative from i the 02d Legislative District composed of the counties of Hrpathltt Lea and i Hagofiin subject to the action of the t t Republican party C FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE M We are authorized to announce GEORGE W ARNEIT 88 a candidate for Representative from the 02d Legislative district com posed of lliu counties of Breathitt Lef and MoRoOln subject to the action of the Republican party lSFORASSESSOR I Wo are authorized to announce IJOliN L STRONG p Its a candidate for Assessor of county subject to the action of the Re publfcnh party FOR SHERIFF I am n candidate for Sheriff of Breathitt County at the coming November election JJiiKOK CnAwronn 4 Cope Branch K Tho weather has been hovering below zero for the past few dajs Clay Rose of Leo City who has been sick for some time is somewhat improved I i One of the O K rnilwa compafiys passenger coaches wa- i 1s considerably damaged last week by the explosion of an oil stove 4tt Willie Kash died at his home in Hazel Green last Fridaynight of chronic dysentery contracted in tho Philippines as a soldierI A now printing plant is being put in at Campton to publish a J weekly paper IJT Ilovermale of French urg will be editor Flendlflh SufFering If often CAused by sores ulcers and cancer that tat nwuy your skin Wm Bedell of Flat Hoc Mfchaays 1 I have used Duckletis Arnica Salve rTitor Ulcers Sores and Cancers It is best henllng dressing I ever found 1 F Soothes and heals cuts burns and iI Bcnlds 25e at The Jiickion Drug Co i iiis guaranteed v Il n t I CORRESPONDENCE TIIOUKLKSOME Uncle John T Williams who has been on tho sick list for the past three weeks is able to be out again Win Stacy a merchant of this5 place has been confined to his loon with rheumatism but is nblo to be out again C L Napier and Grin passed through here a few days hitm to Lexington to the asylum Sam Terry left hero the 29th for Ilindman to spend a fortnight with his brother Isom Terry who i said to be in dcblininjj health 3Tasper Stacy has just completed his job of sawlogging at this placet Ho hauled two hundred and sixty in three weeks Mr Stacy is 1theIisscs Amy Smith Serilda an Holiday of this vicinity left hero a few days ago for Haz aid where they expect to niter school this winter and spring Now boys is the time to subscribe for THE BIt ATJUTT NEWS It is better and brighter than over Dont delay You can get it for the small sum of one dollar p yearLewis Harvey of Hazard is taking depositions in a lawsuit be twecn himself and Jones of Breath itt Mr Harvey is representing 1the Kentucky Coke Coil Com puny Joseph Ritchie of Hazard lie tar known as Wild Joe has re cently moved to the mouth of Toms Branch near here Mr Ritchie is a carpenter by trade an- is expecting to go into that bus- ness here Jesse Williams has killed 20 rabbits in tho last few days A J- fl Dobson offers a reward of live cents for every one killed around his young orchard They prof o to bo a great damage to your- fruit trees The Delineator for March Containing the first authentic reports of the Spring and Summer styles the March Delineator is of special interest to the woman of fashion anda most attractive number throughout A Armi thy contribution containing a fund of information in regard to coat armorthat is little known or widely disregarded N Hudson Moores article on Old Pewter the first in a series on kindred subjects will appeal particularly to collectors and the story of Char lotto Elliotts famous hymn Just as I Am as related by Allan Sutherland is of greatest interns Other features are Robert and Clara Schumann by Gustav Kobbe in the Composers Scries Tine Game of Politics as it is Played in Washington and more particularly womans part in it by Marie Columbia and a re production of miniatures from the Marie collection Thorn arc tw notable pieces of fiction in The Things That Are Real by Zona Gale and His Honor vs Cupid ttby Virginia Woodward Cloud in addition to delightful verso For the young folks L Frank Baum gives an Animal Fairy Tale Greco MacGowan Cook a Son Riley Rabbit story and Linn Beard an amusing pastime There othyer matter to women within and without the horncI All Kinds of People There is probably no place on earth better than a country news paper office to learn how many SomeJa others will not ply until they re ceive a statement Somo will pay without a statement and will not pay whether a statement is sent or not Some thought they owedmore and some thought they didnt owe so much Somo they couldnt get along withou- the paper and others say it dont amount to much and so on down the lino Exchange Deserved Popularity To cure Constipation and Liver troubles by gently moving the bowels and acting as n tonic to the liver take Little Early Risers Tiese Faineui Lit tle Pills are mild pleasant and harm leu but effective and sure Their uni Tarsal ute for many years is a strong guarantee of their popularity and usefulness Sold by M S Orate Jackson Hoy on Program At a meeting held Monday af ternoon at Center College Do villo by tho senior class the fol tearing young gentlemen ire chosen to deliver speeches on class day during tho comntencemet tt week Salutatorian Gib Henderson historian John Mar tin Owcnton orator J M P Timelier Somerset prophet Her bert Spencer Jackson grumbler E C Roy Frankfort poet Geo Watson Frankfort giftorian Ar thur Itohr Mid lesboro mimic G O Sanders Louisville Syndicate to Develop Land A special to the CourierTour- s nal from Cincinnati under dntQ of January 31st says To open and develop the coal and mineral prppertics of 20000 acres of land in Brcathitt and Perry counties Ivy a syndicate which in turn will form n 5000 nizcddbing Col D D Flanagan of Col lego HillamI Otto Germer of Eric Pa are tho financial heads The lands are part of holdings in Breathitt Perry Leslie Knott and Letcher counties amounting in all to 147000 acres Col Flan nagan and Otto Germer in 19C associated themselves with Fdwn Gcrmer and Charles Ebisch both of Eric and since then have been securing rights of way titles for land and mineral rights Within the last few weeks these details have been perfected at fre quent meetings at tho St Nichol hanviltto organ tho syndicate and subsequent com puny The titles were secured from mote than 100 holders of land buildiu town on n tacky river twelve miles south of Jackson One thousand two hundred houses will bo erected an fourteen miles of railroad track laid FamilygEDITOR BREATIHTT The following is a short history of the Landrum family of Ken lucky James Landrum was born Scotland in 1703 Came to tin country in the year 1725 and set tied on the James river in Virginian Ho was a local preacher and raised a largo family of boys His old est son Francis Landrum was born in 1738 and was a local preacher in tho Methodist church for thirty years Francis Land rum hull several boys that oldest+ JamesLandrum and Francis Land rum both preachers in the Metho dist church Francis Landrum +v born in 1752 and raised n largo family in Louisa county Virginia Reuben Landrum his son was born in 1774 married Miss Patsy Bibb and moved to Kentucky and settled in Clark county where ho raised a largo family His oldest son William B Landrum was a member of tho first conference held in Kentucky Reuben W Landrum his next oldest son was born March 17 1811 joined the Methodist church in 1828 becam- o a licensed preacher in 1832 an joined the conference in 1834 Ho raised seven sons and two dough tcrs Robert Landrum his fifth son was born in 1836 in county Ky joined the church in 18G8 was licensed to preach in 1888 and is still living in Breathitt county and holding to the faith of his forefathers I have given this short sketch of history to show tine Christian character of the Landrum family of Kentucky- R B LANUKUM Lost Creek Ky R M Carpenter of Campton died at his homo last Wednesday Ho was about sixty years old an was a veteran of the Civil war Ho was a member of tine Red Men s lodge and was buried by that or thiss county moving to Campton only a few years ago Ho had many relatives in this county SALEtA small homo thrac fourths of a mile west of May town Ky on state road Good house and yard good water good garden some small fruits good young or chard just beginning to bear con tanning in all about twenty acres Convenient to schools churches postof ice stores doctors mills blacksmith shops etc Inquire of G P SInn Morgan Co Maytown Ky tt A NOVEL INSOMNIA REMEDY BlackpoolnODell puts forward n for sleeplessness Ho says Take a rocnrdl about tho size of n sheet oCI foolscap and obtain n bottle of limit noua Write with tho paint Sleeprsleep sleep this car in the daytime where tho light will get at it and at nighttime iu such n position on tho wall or on a screen that you will have to lift up your eyes in order to look at it while you are lying in your easiest position on the bedthat is to the position jn which you gcaierull- go to sleep As you see the illumi nated words repeat them to yourself in n monotonous manner As the eyelids become tired let them close You will not in most cases repeat the words very often before sleep brings on forgetfulnessIIu manitarian The Longest Strike What is the longest strike on rec ord There is one still running in Germany which has endured for thirtyfivo years It has other rc markablo features as VeIlas the strikers ore members of parliament though it must bo of n snot one They are tho deputies to the diet of the principality of Rntze burg and they are striking against the reactionary constitution imposed by uke of ilccklonbtirg Strclitz in 1869 Since that year the members 0 todupon to do 80 Now however the new duke lies held out the hand of reconciliation nil promised to consider their demands for a revision of the constitution BO thnt the strike will probably soon coma to an end nsCured by Laughing Dyspepsia is now to be systematic 7oally cured by laughter It is canted n Paris doctor in return for n largo fee admits patients into his private institution where the mirth treatment is administered A few dyspeptics sit around A room and to at each other Vine smile must never be allowed to nails away Oh the contrary it must be developed by will power into n grind and the grin into n Then you have to go on laughing until your sides ache when you will very soon feel much better A course of n week or two of the treatment at the rate of a couple of hours giggling a dny cures tho worst cases of dyspepsia A Long Drawn Out Name Tine signing of tho marriage reg prospectivisa task The brido elect who i 1knOU ordinarily as Slice Lyonelln is the possessor of n fewer than nine Christian names She belongs to n family noted for the number and quaintncss of its Christian names and is herself bur oppellntion ga Ethelswythaldeth Ysabcl Grace Iollicl1 de rellannllantngenetPol tcmachcTollcmachc aSEvolution of the lohthyoiaur appears that tho ichtholnur race sprang from small land living scaly lizards with feet sinned claws and in the lust fow years in various parts of the worldin North America Italy Wurttcmberg en vents have worked out almost th whole narrative of a wonderful transformation into large scalelcas or smooth skinned swimmers resets blir io dolphins among mammals sad bringing forth their young olive and at seaIIenry Fairfield Oskein in Century wnds Mrs Dulcena Hampton of Simpson was in Jackson Thursday tHe It L linker returned home Thursday from a visit to his old homo at Snecdville Tenn Miss Mary Irvine left today for Long Grove Hard in county to visit her niece Mrs G II Mc Afee Sheriff McCord of Clark county passed through hero Thursday on his way to Hazard on ollicial business brothA Green Patrick near Salycrsvillo on tine charge of killing Garliold Gibson at Curter City Ky We acknowledge receipt of an invitation to attend UIQ Winches ter Commercial Club Banquet at Winchester which camo oil last night but had to decline in order that the lillKATIHTT COUNTY NliWS might come out on time A newspaper man that prints the news is generally so busy at work- I that ho has very little time for recreation or pleasure VANTEDAn uptodate traveling salesman to call on country merchants fora Wholesale Notion House For further Information call on or address SIMON ADES 410112 W Main Street Lexington Ky VS That Tickling In the Tliroat One minute after taking One Minute Cough Cure tliM ifcUlliiR In tho throat In B ilio It nils In tin throat not the slomnch ilnrmle scoml fur child rep A I Hnnffurd pus nett ter at Chester lIch waywl Our little girl tine un conscious froth lrniiKtilntlin during a sudden and hrnblu attack of croup Thrt eduiC of Onu Minute Cough Guru hull nn lour npnrt speedily cured her I cannot praise Ono Minute Cough Guru too much fur that it hai dune in our family It always gives relief Sold by M S Cinln All Was riot Veil A naval oflicer toils of a German a recruit in tine naval service who during n certain watch was in ac cordance with the regulations call ing tine hours Scfcn bells and all iss eUlu called tho German correctly enough Those who heard the next call were much astonished by this amusing variation Eight belts nUll nil iss not veil I hnf ilroppit my hat ovcrpoard Colliers Weekly Didnt Speak the Language At an evening reception recently two men were interested in one of the young women present Ono of them remarked- I guess shot from Boston uOb no indcedl replied the other Didnt she ask you if you hadnt resided in that city at one time innter Peculiar Disappearance J D U jnyan of iliitlervllle 0 laid the peculiar disappearance or hula pain ful symptoms of ImllgMtlon and bill oiifiiiM to nr Kinni New Life rill lie says They are a perfect reinedti for dizziness sour utoiuncli licadachp constipation etc Guaranteed at The Jackson Drug Co price 25o 0 A FREE PATTERN your own Mlecliun In errrj tab tcrltxr Onlr 50 ctIIlS a Jean =MSCALJS MAGAZINE A LADIES MAGAZINE Iuttalkaweb bouttboU bleu kit te kat CoptIaditrentswstd Stylish Reliable tpia MutelyterlatryeM CALL p17BAZAR snowaNrbrAk0sodtown otbrnutlum- THE MoCALL CO 113115117 West 31a St MW YORK BO YEARS- EXPERIENCE 1 Co IDESIGN AnroaeaendlnaaekMebwddeurtpttnnman r eon trlctlj tonG4eoUaI Ituidtxwkon CitmiU patrnU1atntatprtlal Hottti without ehIUK a In the pieie Ahardirimtlf IllaitralM wtetlf TarEe t rtr raliUon of any 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house nnd lot on Highland Avenue anti will move to it soon Miss Nellie B Clcmmons from Smiths Branch cane Tuesday to make her future homo nt William l H I Ruins ri D D Hurst returned Monday f t lifter several weeks absence attending court at Winchester and Lexington Mrs Dillartl Haddcn and chil dren left last Tuesday for a visit to relatives In Montgomery nil Clark counties Now is the time to subscribe for newspapers nUll magazines Wo can save you money on nay jou wish to take Mcsdames Lucimlu Strong and Luna Bailey of Frozen attended the funeral and burins of little Limo Sowcll Monday rU 1 Fulkcrson left Tuesday for Cannel City where ho has a posi tion in the store conducted by the 0 8 K railway company Dont hesitate to send in an item which will bo of interest to your friends TUB NKWS wants every item which will bo of inter est to nay subscriber 1 Tucker Bushnu L fc K brakeman fell between the cars at Lexington Tuesday morning and his arm was so badly crushed that amputation wits found necessary G W Hollcn of Newkirk 0 r T way hero Wednesday Ho is visiting his brotherinlaw S 11 Hurst of 1cartrcc and other rela lives and friends in that section J 1O II Tollftvd who had been leading attorney in the defense of Vii Win Britton in his trial at Lexington returned Tuesday after an absence of more than two weeks 1e Capt and Mrs A S Henry will leave tomorrow on a three weeks vacation They will go to Miami and Tampa Florida besides soy cral other places of interest to tourists A handcar on which Morton Forkner Sr of Stanton was rid lag on thbL E railroad jumped tho track near 1iSOil Monday nnd Forkncr received injuries on the backof the head which may prove fatal Sani Young who has beon carrying tho mails from tho depot to tho postollico hero for several months has sold his contract out fit goodwill etc to Willie J Combs who assumed tho duties of the position February 1st William Bolin who has been living at Pisgah for tho past two years has moved back hero and hats bought tho fixtures of the liar ber shop on Hroadway anti has leased the shop till opened up n lirstclass harbor shop at that stand Kov Hen B liigstnir left last Monday to assume tho duties off Chaplain of tho Confederate II ine at Pewee Valley lie wishes to say that ho is there only tempor arily and retains his citizenship in 1100L whom ho hits labored for itho past fifteen years A woman named Philpot was ar rested Tuesday at Manchester on n charge of robbing tho mnUcar nor from Uoonovillo to Munches ter Tho holdup occurredon t Gooso CreeJcnndn registered package containing GOWI9 se t Jlfod Tho woman was in inulo ut a as tIre and armed with a Winchester I I r llrcck Crawford for Sheriff In its proper place on tho sec ond page will bo found tho an nouncement of Brcck Crawford as a candidate for Sheriff of thus county at the next November elec tion Mr Crawford is n man of honesty and integrity and well qualified for tho oflico of Sheriff and if elected will perform the du favorHAIlllIAGKS Patrick Henry liisncr nnd Miss Emma Patton bout of Rousseau were married at the residence of time brides parents last Thursday Irvine Spicer and Jane Cole both of Canoe were married yesterday at time homo of tho bride Tho groom is 70 years old and time bride 23- William Sizemore find Mrs SuP san Jones wore married at A A Allens at Noble fast Tuesday This is time second marriage for Mrs Jones her husband having been killed about one year ago Warrants Issued Judge Benton of Winchester issued warrants Tuesday for James- llnrgis Ed Callahan maul U F French on the charge of running off certain witnesses for tho plain tiff in tho damage suit of Mrs Marcum against tho defendants One charge is made against the two Hargiscs mind their bail is fixednt S2000 Inch There are two charges against B F French and his total bail was fixed at 3000 Against Ed Callnhnn theta are throe separate charges and the total bail required of him is 1000 Krench was nt once arrested and give bond Warrants wcro also issued for limo arrest of Moso Pelt ner and Stun Fields of Lcsiie county tho witnesses who left without testifying Fcltners bond was fixed at 500 and Fields at 200 Judge Ilcnton feels deeply the attempt to tamper with the integrity nnd dignity of his court In Momorluin of Lizzie Sowcll Horn October 25 1895 died January 20 1005 She was the only chilU tint blessed the union of Thomas L arid Laura Sewcll Sho WILe amiablo find sweet in disposition the pride and joy of their Inane Of her it can truly bo said that none know her but to love her When such dark clouds of sorrow overshadow us wo feel that almost every nay of sunshine is shut out of our lives Yet wo know that God is love therefore would not bo unkind Ho is all wise anti can not bo mistaken She WItS too pure and good for this world Sho was Gods own and Ho has only taken her homo to join that band of holy angels to sing around tho great white throne forever You have another treas are in heaven where moth nor rust do not corrupt anti thieves can not break through nor steal May wo so live and act that when our Gnat farewell to this world has been said wo can go to that fair mud sinless land meet the loved ones gone before told sing his praises evermore M Workts world are now focused on Tackson anti a great many timings have been and arc being said about us it must not bo overlooked that wo still have a police court that is trying to keep order in Jackson and wo must say that for tho past year a- very good showing has been made for which tho police judge time city attorney tho board of trustees tho marshal and tho police force are nil entitled to duo credit Offenders against tho town ordinances have been promptly arrested tried and dealt with accord ing to law Below wo give a re port of time police judge for time year 1004- During tho year 1901 there wore aia cases in tho Jackson police court resulting in J28 convictions and 15 acquittals Those convicted wore for tho following offenses Shooting in town 32 Selling liquor 21 Drunkenness 102 Gameing 30 Contempt of court 3 Concealed weapons 33 Breach of peace 40 Disorderly conduct Cl Adultery 1 Assault 1 Public indecency 5 T P CALJDWBLVJi- tPolicu Judge Town of Jackson h St Valentines day February 11 j limo Sick Miss Angelina Pence who has been very sick for several days isi convalescent Guittcau Howard is sickwith fever at the homo of William Barnett near tho mouth of South Fork Capitol Location The people of Northeast Ken tacky are almost n unit on the question of tho location ofour Stole Capitol No ono up here wants our Capitol at Frankfort Lexington is the place antino one with taste or prido can object to Lexington Then why dillydal ly and talk about taxing tho peo tile to build our State Capitol in a sink hole- Barged 1 With Embezzlement Deputy U S Marshal William Mays arrested Joseph E Stn ers near hero Tuesday on a warrant charging hint with embezzling postoflke funds while ho was post master nt Muir Fnyctto county lie delivered him to IT S Com missioner K A Hurst who set his examining trial for February 10 Stivers gave bond for his ap pearance nt that time For Representative In another column will bo found the announcement of George W Arnett as n candidate for tho Re publican nomination for Represen tative of this district Mr Ar nctt was born anti raised in Ma gofiin county nnd has been engaged in teaching school for soy oral years helms rnnny relatives there who are Democrats He married a daughter of Reuben Mc Quinn and is now n resident of this county If ho gets the nomi nation ho will be hard to beat Plays Second Fiddle to None Tho Lexington Herald in com mottling on TUB NEWS sa R editor rially TUB HIIBATIHTT COUNTY News is an enterprising progressive newspaper one of tho best country vapors published in Kentucky Tho editor of it was at one time County Judge of Ikealhitt county and therefore it is to bo presumed a man of some standing in that community nnd his paper covets tho ordinary local happenings with greater detail than time majority of county papers do Card of Thanks Mr and Mrs Thomas L Sowell desire to express their thanks to their many friends and kind neigh bors for their many visits and ex pressions of sympathy during the illness of their only little girl Liz zie anti especially do they wish to thank Drs Hoggs anti Taulbco for their faithful tender watchfulness over her nil through her sickness and last but not least time ladies who administered to her so faithfully day after day and night after night ready with loving hauls to do something to relieve their precious little sufferer Temporary Injunction Granted Tho Court of Appeals on last Tuesday granted n temporary injunction restraining tho layette circuit court from taking any fur ther notion on the indictments against Alex James and Elbcrt Harris and Ed Callahan until Feb ruary 10th on which day tho final tearing and arguments will bo heard Judges hazel rigg and McQuown of tho Frankfort bar nnd J Smith Hays of Winchester tiled the pe tition limo principal pleas relied on to give Hrcathitt county juris diction aro that the defendants were in tho custody of Hrcathitt county officers when tho indictments were made in Fayetto county and also thatis tho Commonwealth had in dicted Curt Jctt in this court this court should have exclusive jurisdiction in nil tho cases growing out of tho assassination of James Cockrill who was shot hero and died next tiny in Lexington Jolt K Allen Commonwealths Attorney of tho layette circuit court will answer and claim that tho Hrcathitt county records under which tho parties claim they arc in custody arc forgeries andsays that ho will be ablo to prove that some of the defendants were not hero on tho tiny tho bonds aro al loved to have been taken Ho has asked that Magistrate James Edwards bo required to appear before the court with his records These cases nro attracting great deal of attention andas both sides arc very ably represented tho public should bo satisfied with whatever decision time highest court may make rAhes 11 1 CLOCKSSilverware Silver Novelties null all kinds of first class Jewelry callon S D FLEENOR JEWELER AND OPTICIAN JACKSON KY IIftfl J Stop with Tart Bros at Reed hotelwhen in Lexington Ollic Haddcn of Elkutawa returned Saturday from n visit to his relatives in Clark County John A Hensloy accompanied by his son Drew of Hazard is visiting his daughter Mrs ladies Stidham They will remain about two weeks Mrs Lucy Thomas has returned from Cincinnati where she has been visiting her old friend Mrs Florence Snyder who once lived in Jackson Judge D D Sublctt of Salyers vine way hero Thursday on his way home from from Montgom cry county where ho had been on professional business He is n prospective candidate for Congress from this district nnd if elected would make a good member as ho knows how to do timings Thursday was ground hog tiny Time tradition is that his Hogship comes out of his hole nt exactly noon If ho dont seo his shadow he stays out but if ho docs seo his shadow ho goes back and there will bo six more weeks of bad weather Ho shore saw his shadow nnd made a sneak It was real mean of lin- Nearly n Lynching While several boys wero skating near Hcattyvillo last Sunday after noon tho seventeenyearold son of George P Burke of near Proc tor accidentally skated against a young negro boy named Henry Christian The negro boy arose first and shot young Burke in the breast inflicting A probably fatal wound The negro boy was im mediately arrested and placed in jail Tho Burke boy belongs to one of the leading families of that section and there is such indigna tion at this outrage that there is so much talk of n lynching that the jail is guarded Wo hope tho law will bo allowed to take its course as no man or set of men can afford to redress their grievances contrary to law Au Evening of Mirth and Music The young people of Jackson with tho help of Airs Head and Miss Reese will sire a splendid entertainment of mirth and music at time court house on Friday even ing February 10th at 700 oclock Proceeds to furnish a rending room for the public benefit Ev cry body cone and help Admis sion 10 cents Time following pro grunt will bo rendere- dMusicStringMessrs Cope Recitation Miss Edith Hack Music Trio Misses Cope Crawford Davis Charade Mendicant 1 acts Misses Dalton Hack Crawford Patton Music Guitar and Mandolin Tableau A Young Mans Slavo MissEddio Ca unwell Will LyonTableauAt tho Stake Miss Maggie Snowde- nTnhheau1Vomnns Rights Nancy Sowcll Fred Cope Violet Davis John Clark Lizzie Cope ilea Sowe- llmusicDuctJcssio Patton Eddio Cardwell Charade Hackward 3 acts Emma Clark lien Sowell John Clark PnllelIITown TalkMiss Emma Clark SonsDixto I L I FOUNTAINPENS Best Make 100TO 250 Every ono FULLY GUARANTEED to give entire satisfac tion O O HEINTZJEWELER Eo Main Street Opp Phanix- LEXINGTON KY FOUNTAINPENS REPAIRED I FREEl Vho 9ou forK jrllJunu7armQr Is tho most thoroughly prac tical helpful useful enter 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exclusively in THE READER MAGAZINE- AT 0 ALL NEWS STANDS IINo Cut of Vamps in Courtneys Shoes FOE SALE BY A P Crawford Co v s Here We Are The CelebratedIHANAN SHOEThe Best on Earth PRICE SOO PRCE For Sale By DAY BROS 00Jao- Ksog KeqtooKy i FOR SALE Pure bred Golden Bronze Turkeys White Pekin Ducks Cornish Indian Game and Single Comb Brown Leghorn Chickens Eggs for Hatching in season Place your orders early Our eggs arc guaranteed to bo strictly fresh and from wellmated pure bred fowls OVij PRICES PRE RiqiT LM M Hagins GUARDyour health by using PURE Hour only Time most health ful cereal pi is flour and the most h- iflANSFIELDS flour is BEST PATENT A N D- Mountain Lily Milled bywntor power from tho very boat selected wheat on porfeet Wo say MANSFIELDS is tho finest Hour made but wo dont expect you to take our word for it Wo DO ask you however to try just ono sackI Wo know it will bo enough to make you a firm fast friend of MANSFIELD FLOUR I guy from your Srocaryman SONISend your name and address on n card to the Now York orkCityCorreading it forward 1 to Troth NEWS and wo will send both par pars for a full year I PRICES FOR l LOWERQuilt toatUent tbja fir tkr Needles Oil Repair F0t AU JltAHS AT SINGER STORE Needles for all makes of machines DC per package Southeast corner Main and Broadway Jackson Ky SOLID COMFORT in TRAVEL Mean- sJ1eideroibQ I oute F free Reclining Chair Cara on all frame botwtin LOUISVILLEKentucky and ST LOUIS Colonist and toms JtfAtrt latIt to the Watt and Souihwtst If you contemplate a trip or a change of 1 aUuuIn the near future GET TilE HENDERSON ROUTE IIAIilT It It the comfort line and a comfort train in traveling li always a good habit to Require At lest give us the opportunity ot naming you ratei We have the equip ment the train service the free cbalr curs and the rates WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT L J InwtH Gao I Gainnee Paiicngcr Aft TraY PatMBftr Aft to HENDERSON ROUTE Louisville Ky 1 xa- aw l f WILD DOGS OF INDIA They Are Very Shy Vary Cunning and Id Very Seldom Shot airs N ra Gardner deacribw an experience while hunting big game in tho central provinces of India as follows We had been shooting for pome months and to a certain date had had very good luck Tigers o and other beasts were all plenti p our bag was n good one I Suddenly our luck changed Blank t day followed blank tinynot because I wo had missed easy shots or had tot reproach ourselves for losing wound ed beasts but simply that we had Ectin nothing in the shape of a wild animal to shoot Iacljtnark the hot weather station of these parts was just above us so my husband I with a few servants and baggage 4coolies started to clunk up the lull lie and I were riding a little in front when ho drew iny attention to a number of kites and vultures circling i in the air just ahead Here 1 n1 this of course meant carrion or n y dying beast of some kind and we sent on asyco to see what it was t The man carne creeping back on nil dogII ly as possible He crept forward and suddenly came in the pack mak 7 lug off nearly 300 yards away Her took a hurried shot at the last in the j 1ackand missed The rest galloped la off to the right the one he aim ed at going to the loft While wo were bemoaning our luck the lIce touched my husband Look sahib He comes back r And sure enough away to the right we saw the dog going back to join the pack how crossed the track without our see iug him is a mystery lIe was already j 200 yards oil JIy husband made a most brilliant shot and got the dog just as it was crossing the bank to the river Wild dogs are not only crshJ but very cunning and Tcryscljlomt shot They donu immense of damage As soon as a pack take possession ofa jungle everything i else leaves it liven a tiger will go if he smells wild dog Thisaccount t I ed for our recent bad luck and the little game we had seen lately The one we got was a young dog rather like a fox but with longer legs and body thinner brush androunder ears There were six in tho pack youngbusk LGheYou r Stomach n Rest digestedIyou If your stomach Is weak or diseased take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and gives t stomach a teat enabling It to recup ate take on new llfo snd grow etro again Kodol cures sutir stomach g bloating heart palpitation and all Restive disorders L A Sopor of L lie Pock Ky writes usWe 1 that Kodol Dyspepsia Guru de errs- nil the commendation that can be gtV- on it ns it saved the lifo oj our little I girl when she was three years old Slit IB now sIx and we Lace kept U fur Iii i constantly but of course she only takes it now when anything disagrees with herSuld by yL S Craln Egarch Revolve 7 That tho earth do move is fact that has been demonstrated in a variety of Hays but exactly why It exPlairupon this question and when doctors i t disagree where are the common 1 people to look for explanations answers and solutions to such que ries One school of these star wise that tho original initial Icentrjfugai force given the globe was in a line slightly to ono side of the center which would of course cause the great globe to ro tate on its axis und by what i known as the law of inertia it would continue to so revolve at uniform rate of speed until arre3te- b some outsjdo forces Others claim that the motion of daily ro tation is a compound resultant of the general the earth inI its orbit and the attraction of the sun What She Was Taking He came with the best of recommendations as a butler lie bu- the e flowing suavity of the plantation imIp the English flunky I Henry said his mistress ifI any one calls I am not at home I am going upstairs to take my mas iholltt whotIi4Altmsorry mum but ilrs Dod I son is not at home Shes busy tak ing huh Masonic treatment New York Press OJ IATouching Storyifrom death of tin buoy of Geo A Kjrler Cuinberlar d JId 4Itowrites At the nge of 11 month our little girl wee in declining health with serious Throat Trouble and two pbyslclaiii gave her up We were al of moet In despalt when we resolved to try Dr Kings New Discover for dm flrtbottlebottles she was wired and it now In perfect health Never lniia Jo reliuve ilieJacksonjinteed Trial bottlo free r See S D Fleenor for bargains In clocks A fine 8day ninmli clock for 8180 Others sell the kume clock fur 260 tulStf tirf t v k A Record of Marvelous Aooooiplisiimeet Established February 19 1904 The Kentucky Farmer 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 V t Among the contributors to its columns op agricultural topics are many of the bestposted men in America Mr HF Hillenmyer whose reputation as a nurseryman is national conducts each week a department of answers to inquiries in which he gives from his vast store of knowledge experience and study his views and advice on any subject pertaining to the orchard lawn or garden about which information may be desired Every issue of The Kentucky Farmer and Breeder contains the most pertinent news and the most timely advice for farmers and stock raisers of every 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 interested 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 THE BREATHITT COUNTY NEWS BOTH FOR I YEAR AT S2OO THE PRICE OF THE KENTUCKY FARMER AND BREEDER ALONE Itis 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 I Sample copies may be had on application at this officet ItTho Maids and Bonus lieSheSo you feel that you have erno rival in Claras love that you arc her only lover IIHe Sure You should have heard Low quickly she said yes ftwIlen I proposed It was trident leIshe had no other suitor and acres expected to have one Boston Transcript Considerate occupationrman a moments ag- oDoorkeeperlie was a train dis subwaySalon011 iasaTimes Lovo Not Blind Love is blind you know said the ministers wife Blind nothing 1 exclaimed the person Dont you suppose if it was blind it would sometimes make a mistake and give the minister a lit tie more than n twentyfive cent wedding feeYonkers States man Proprietorship nobodystsomethingdXo answered ifr Cumrox he is nobodys as yet but understand lily daughter thinks of marrying him Washington Star- Overdoing It Yes I married John because he was waysAnd quietI whenhnightChicago News Only Left One Thing You must take courage wrote the old man to the prodigal son wlIscloqucntI that juillAUantnConstitution r Merely Papa gentlemanrElsie Qwaciousl That wasnt ny gentleman lIes only my fa Ihcr rhJladclphia Ledger Public IH Aroused The public Is aroused to a know 111118I the curative mortis of the great iiedlcinnl tonic Electric Hitters fur llurrIIlumbus 0 nlleltoFor several months I was lvI up to die I had fever and ague my nerves wore wrecked I could not sleep and my stomach was so weak from useless doctors drugs that I could not eat Soon arI tittersIwas entirely cured Guaranteed at The Jaskioii Drug Co piice roc h A LITTLE NONSENSE The Terrible Infant Tells Tales Out of School to Now Found Friends The little boy made eyes at th women in the seat behind and nt las deserted his mother for their society Ycsm lie saidwere going on the train Ain t it line Jly uncles dead Were goin to his fluncrcll Was your uncle your mothers brother naked oUlTof women Ycsm nn papa hntes him whenmy mother was a little girl AnI uncle was n little boy an he my pupa You sec that lunch bastik I 11 ell weve got some chicking in it cold chicking an Ill give you some i girlhethere was two four eledum chil dren an she was the littlest nn she just hates the neck Isis now found friehds were properly sympathetic Sec that satchel Well that int ours We had to berry it from Mrs Didsoncause the mite ate ours all up Ool Look at them cows We hud a cow once but it died Aint that a pretty dross mammas got on It aint kern Its Mrs Didsons only shed biggcrn iny anylittleeadDoston Pot Another Sort of C I Tommy Uranpu I thought that nightcaps were used in bed Grandpn So they arc my boy Tommy Pa says you have your nightcap every night before you goI to bed The Sunshine of SpringmThe Salve that cures without t scar Is DeWitlH Witch Hazel Salve Cute Burns Dolf Hrulses and Piles dlfup pear before the use of this salvo nil enow before the suiiahni of cprfnR Miss 11 M Mlddlelon Thebes III sups I was seriously nfllicted with n lever sore that was very painful Ie Utta Witch Hazel Solve cured me in less than a week Oct the genuine Sold by M S Grain A nice small harm In leo county for sale The Iarkln Stamper place on behead of Beer dwellinR neverrailing parlicUIanWinchester KY r Tob Printing l Remember TUB News is pro pared to print letterheads note hcads billheads statements en ins vitations and all kinds of business stationery on the best stock in tasteful style at the most reasona ble prices Compare our work with that turnedout by any job oQice and you will find it to your advantage to have us do your work Wo also print posters pamphlets and everything usually turned out by a country ofitco ruse WANTKI 10COO Ties on iker above this pine For particulars call on or nddreas me at lackian Ky 2tf f MS CRAM Coal and Timber Lund Wanted UV I tine hundred thousand acres of coal und timber land In Eastern Kentucky for OASH fur Eastern Call talists Writ toO SMITH Lexington Ky THE COMMONER FIR BRYANS PAPER Now la the time to secure Mr Bry ans paper All democrats need time pa pet and Mr Urjnn iU the support and cooperation of nil true friends nf olmImenCld of U S judge and U S senators by popular vote direct legislation the overtliroft of privare monopollei inriff reform and other Issues insures inter esting mind Instructive reading ns well as new life to the party The Commoner nnd BRBATIIITT CocxVr KKWS both one year fur the low prlcn of 135 Uegulnr price of The Oommonrr 1CO This off r ap plies to boTh new end renewal tub scriptiiins Address all order to filsH- IIEATIIITTOUUNTY Kxwt + rA daily pnper for 1100 a venr h nomething the publin has long tleairnd delightfulnew market reports and many inter esting departments flU men women lid children IK tent to sulncrllier fur f1 n year 75 cents fllr6 month 60 cents fur 3 months Subscribo today address The Chicago Review Oo 300 Coca Cola llullding Chicago Illinois Jl 27r 0 HOT SPItiNG S D tO7O Deadwood and Ioaclvlllc and return from Chicago dnliy via HyCnrresJllllldlofly points TIll Black Hills regiunthn great natural lanltnriini of the West ic onnof the most picturesque spots In the World gild well worth a vitlt Information and tickets can be secured from your home agent Illustrated Black hills Booklet with valuable ItamlbyFOR SALE Two cplendld milch cows Wm 0 Iiagln 4 w RAILROAD TABLES Lexington Eastern Ry LOCAL TIME TABLE Effeative Pet 16th 1001 West hound Nor Noj 0 Hy Daily lilt Sunday Dx Sunday AM PV Lv Jackson tfSS 225 0t K Junnllo 629 280- IJentty villa Jun 720 82- 0Turrenti47 847 Natural bridge 801 401 Stanton 828 4 80 Clay Oily 887 430 Winchester 923 520 Ar Lexington 1010 005 East Bound deityDaily iSunlty Ex Sunday PM AM lv Lexington 225 745- Winnliesler 310 825 Clay City 308 013 Stanton 400 023 Natural Bridge 435 0 54 Torrent 440 1008 Denttyville Jun 611 1029 0t K June 611 1120 Ar Jackson 615 1130 Not Band 4 make close concretion for Unnnel City and points on Ohio A Kentucky Railway DivUFon daily er cent Sunday NOl land 2 connect at L S E Juiio tlon with Chesapeake A Ohio for ill Sterling and local points Trauma Nell 1 tl 2 connect at neatly vllle Junction with L A for Dealt rllle J It DAne Gen Mgr Oiu SCOTT G P A orK ItY Effective Mny 23ml 1004 Mast Bound West Bound MM 2M- SH e C L I g H + F- AirAa rw AR AM ir MI Iv 030 235 Jackson 1120 300 025 230 OAK JUlio 1128 33fi 843 168 Wilhnrat 1152 4 I7 830 152 lUmpton 1153 430- 75o 128 Lee laity l22 510 741 122 Helechnwa 1228 715 105 Cannel City 1245 6lFI AM LV TM LV PM AR PH AR Veitbomid 1ftMcnKor Train connects at 1t K Junction with train which leaves Lexington at 740 am Eastbound Iaumiger Train connect at O fc K Junction with train which arrives Winchester 620 and Lex- Ington at 605 pmM GONUCT Supt Louisville Atlantic Ry In effect July 18lh lOOt No 5 No 6 Arrive Leave IM A JI Stations 015 x L A E Jackson 6 25 6C5 HeMtjvllla Jct 730 4 50 ItsattjvlUo 713 480 lIiliclIburi 8 02j312 Irvine 020 j 215 Kicliinund 10 2U Sol Xo JJ Xo 4 Xo 2IIIM IM A I 00 P Al Irvine 2 35 A SI- 11D5 810 Ulclmiond 345 600 1124 7 40 Valley View 415 814- II 00 7 IB Xiciiolniville 4 130MI10 15 0 31 Vrijllle Ij 740 350 LouUvllle 8 15 1040 lv Lv Ar A r AIKy I 111MR GRASS TKACTION CO TrncIGeorgetown and Lexington tion Company I Cart lnve Lexington fur Paris evi rr hour from 0 n m to7 p m and at 0 p in Leave Paris every hour from 7 a m to 8 p in and at 10 p m Single are 40 eemt- eieave Lexington fur Georgetown ev cry hour Irma 7UI11 to 1110 m except 11 a m II in 8 p in und It p m Leave Georgetown every hour from 0 am to 10 p m except 10 a Ill 12 m And 7 and Op m V 1EXANDERlrlltJelll FA11M IOK SALT leo acres 2 mlle touch of Indian Field known at a part of the Indian Old Fields A huiinu with 7 rooms olatern at the dour ullli nil tho other 4 necessary out buildings one stuck burn one tobacco barn luOl lent to hold 4 acres of tobacco OlitirchiS and Kchoql convenient Tho farntIs well watered end fenced There is a nice young orchard of spinethlnn over 100 npplo trees In bearing selected fruit call on or adlllcu me at Indian Fields by G W ALLEH I have several hundred deeds recorded during my term of nfllce as County Clerk Those are valuable In tho owiiern of the land and I would be glad for them to cull pay the fees and take them out J Wise IIsRlnn Koc1III rpt tY1PmES p p co LookOlore You fPurhastf Sny did you know wp had th- eIcEi1 Clfle Op qOQDs Ifl JOUff downSI customer and pleasure to soil kind of morclmndiao wolmvo it rHcE natK any deler in the country to offer better goods at tho saino 5 price Ask any lady in town whero to buy jour Dress Goods and Notions The verdict is unanimous Truly your friends l A1 l CRAWFORD r Jfentucty CO JIJ a 5i Si5r5955i5iS2SE6JvtolOYO OA1 Iresldent J SAMUEL HEAD la nulallFI JItA1VFORDice President KOIJT 1SDA1iAnl ls h- DEPOSITBANK Io W JACKSON ro Jackson Kentucky I Paid up CUIJitullllH1 Surplus 265000u I e Wo solicit the Ranking Business and Accounts of Lumber Manufacturers a Timber Dealers Business Men- Merchants Farness m tEastorn Kentucky and offer our Customers m t IThroughol1t tho most AL TERMS ID Within the limits of ifgitinmto business Cc I COLLECTIONS A 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