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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f J3REATmTIITcOuNTYNEWSm H === = = == i= = I J WISE IfAOINB Editor nnd rublislior A KKWSIAIKI DEVOTKD 10 TJIK JNTHKKSTS OK EASTERN IUITUDKYON DOLLAR PKK YIN ADTAXCK IV Volume ivrFriday February 10 1905 Number17e Wo will nccepl advertisements on a guaranty that our papor has more than twice tho circulation in Brcntliitt County of tiny pupa T published Our paper goes to ov ury post anise in ferry County and almost uvory ono in Ioo Ma gollin Counties Owaluy AVolfo und Knott If you want to reach tho nioiin tHin trade try an ad inthuihKATii lIT Couwrv NKWS KILLTHB COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew PrlcoFOR100 Hureat and GtutcKeet Ouro for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK J W Dean Contractor fur Brick nnd Stone Work Limo and Cement for sale Givo him a call wlion needing anything in life lieu JACKSON KY II JJ BUY I THEE WriteJORAftQC MASS Nay Swing Mwhlntt ore nude ton regard hae cl quUitjr but the New Jloiun it made to wear Our guaranty niter rune out We make Sewing Michlnet to suit all conditions odhelmde The Xw rim fcandtattht head olall lllaliKrnil Umllr sawing machine Mold loT nulliurlzrtl ilrnlerwtiulyt rOil TALC QY James M Richardson S Co General Agents Electric lldE OMSVUFjANI O WantedOne Thousand Men and Wouieu l 1 IlIullhe Civil Service Examination to the follonlng United tilalos Guvtirn nlenL llOtlII1I41NAME OF POSITICN Department Ilrutivli Ago LlmltO niul over Ulerk Mule or Vumnlo Hlunngranhcr Male or Femnlf I fltpniiRrniicri Typewriter Mali tr FeninU Bookkeeper Mnlo or Female RniUray Mall Clerk Act 18 to SI Tngcer 20 and over Ciintoiu House Drancli Ago LDnltto nnd over nay Inspector Clerk MMe or Fvtnalu Assistant Yelglier Dieesenaor Snn1lIerf+ s Internal IJovenno llrnncli- AK IJiultt and over Clerk longer Storekenper IVitOllko Itninch Clerk Mole or Fvninlo IB to 4 Olerk Carrier Fur information as to qulremenl Ahlron U Box 685 Lexington Ky A A GOOD GUIDE I lOOlatronlelytthwt4Iev ulodIIRifle Platola Shotgunetc Ux output OOM aUMbctunr shodlothLlahuwlNfuIealu FIIILAKMStAt Ibe1IIe DcU a gntte It utL- eIOtfhloweU giwtue TN act U t- btneu Anrat QUAIiANTaD roa UALITTa- LLwl e rwt to tN ace to pcay this tlwr- e r ScNWO ec tsmnazSevanooegadtuee fJJ5TLVENS ARWS TOOL CO- t P O Box 4e91 Chlop Falls Mia USA F u r- E I iA Sepia Sketch U il i HarrylMiss fell on to the floor and bending forward in her shimmering Fittin gown she kissed tho pictured face before her It was n ceremony gone through every night as it had been for tho last ten years In tho curly dna with silent tears in u lavender scented lillie now electric light was switched on in the big studio in Washington where Harry Lawlons picture hung in its silver frame to the pastels and dainty minia tures brought Isobel KaslwSck fume Ten years ago young Inwton had sailed for South America vowing ns soon as he had a homo to offer her to return nil claim Isobels promisg to wait for him Miss Kastwick was uotliing if not constant nothing if not fanciful her friends said though they did not guess at tho romance of her life and she had cherished the memory of those promises mid tho hope one day her lover would return Maitland was one of the few people who knew the whole story and in spite of that he had asked her to marry him Tlio question had grieved 3tiss- Enstwleks soul It seemed to bo a reflection on her constancy und she was not a little that this un expected development might end their friendship lint he hat spoken strongly a great deal too strongly on tho subject of wasted affections pink and white boys etche who was really impossibly ugly And yet As though to convince herself of his iniK sibility Miss Kastwick ticked up a septa sketch of a mans lendit was nn ugly face with the eyesmudwater color in its dainty silver frame She laushedTile contrast was too funny Miss Kiifttwick stood painting in her studio before an easel making the moat of tho sun poitraitsbrought her more work than she could do and silo rose early and labored hard for love of her art Paul Maitland had sometimes brought hit fiddle and played to her in the afternoon when her visitors had departed but today he had not cpnio missed his dark ugly expresshug expressible thoughts Ah I There was n knock It must bo hor Ho would not stay away simply because she could not marry him A faint becoming blush rose to her check Yes it was a mans trend coming upstairs Out not Mail lands surely I This was heavier and this red faced red bearded man with meaningless light eyes I Who could he bo Who And then in a moment she know Hurry IIMy gracious What elegant quarters I Belle you are a peach I A twanRthnt might have been cut with a Miss Kastwick was speechless She glanced from tho uncompro milling figure on the hearthrug to tho water color on the wall and only a sickening dread that ho hid come to claim her promise kept her from bursting into uncontrollable laughter at the shattering of her IdoIIve times and times seen your name in time illustrated papers weve laid in Limn he was saying paint ing daughters and wives of 111 I on tires duchesses and lords and even i royal princess Havent the boys iUirod wnen told them how you and I were going to be married when my ship came in You spoko of Rio like that I Miss Kastwick thought And it was for you that I sent away Paul And I thought it mattered what a man looked like I Youre an elegant little woman mough Mr Lau ton continued- olldcccmHlIgI Eliza IAJW is a I lifforcnt build of n woman Would nuke three of you I I Who could Kliza be Sho was u bit jealous of you I nn say Ive often laid it on how relty und dainty you wcro to rilo I icr but Id al ways Tiring her around my telling how it Id married you wed have been sitting on spindle egged chairs reading In Mcmoriam r some such twaddle and Klizad eel mighty pleased with herself A great content had come upon Miss Eastwick Eliza is your wife Is sho not yourYou Eliza wouldnt give ip the chance of seeing Washington ind tho states in a hurry Why did you not bring her with you P said hoLelfr should have Iee deli lted to sea her Tell ytmu the iruthm Belle I didnt quite knot how youd take my mar A I WPI ringe Of course I knew there was a sort of promise between us but nothing in writing mind you Be ing an bid maid and that I thought you might cut up rough On the contrarysaid flies East wick have been quito absurd for you to have done otherwise Must you go already tThe door shut behind him She crossed the room took down the sketch and once more laid it beside the tarryof long ago She tried to nughII pitiful little laugh which ended in a sob Then with feverish haste the sil ver haute was unfastened the paper at the back torn oil and with the aid of u pair of scissors Isobcl rev moved the tiny headless nuns and piece of board Time sketch followed was crumpled in ruthless hands and flung fur from her She dusted tho glass carefully with her hand kerchief and with the lighten ten derest touch fitted another scrap of rough drawing paper into the Va cant plnccn mans head in sepia with deep set eyes and an ugly square Jaw Miss Kastwick was too busy ham mering in the nails again to hear this time a step oil tho stairs It was only when door opened mud a means voice spoke that guiltily clasping tho silver frame close to her that its contents might not be seen I have conic to get m violin before I go away Paul Matlaudsaid quietly Ho had come to get tho fiddle yes and also with the hope that Isobel might have changed her mind last night might have found that she cared more for the present friend than for that pink and white boy He found her instead with tho boys picture clasped to her breast Your violin Oh yes Miss Eastwick said nervously pointing to n larawlI corner of the studio N- ontherc not here I uglyfaceThank you he said You need not fear that I shall touch the pic youliobol with fascinat ed eyes In five minutes in four threein one minuteit would ho too late Ohwh could sho no- tspeakshowAhimtelbhim 0The man fastened the violin case tI hnnilnllellocCtl some maga zines hut disarranged picked up n crumpled piece paper eh lay at his feet smoothed it out and timid it on tho table Oool1lleaensl Isobcl what dons this mean f He held it out to her crumpled anti torn tho pictured face from the silver Irnm- eIsoLeltho tenderness of his voice was irresistible Vhat have you put in that frame lie gently loosened the slender fingers and took her treasure from her seeing at last what sho had sought to hide What does this mean Isolfol i he repeatedIt it meansoh Paul it means that I missed you and then Harry carne and didnt want mot And oh if you could have seen hysterically Lawton camo here Isobcl Not that brute I saw getting into a car riago outside with a woman dressed in every color of tho rainbow Was sho there Yes that was the mean Directly ho went she addedslowly I took down tho frame and put you there instead nn alwaysChicago The Way He Said It The young wife was weeping bit terly putherWhats tho matter Dolly sho asked Wfshewniletl JIl1this mmmornlng if he wwwotdd marry again if I dddged und he youlieNnno That whats the matter lie jjust looked at me as if I lied Accused him of bbeing crazy and said Well I should rath er think not And 06 mother it was tho way IW said ithtKansas- City IndepeiideiltMozart t Jfozarts musical talent was ro vealed at threo scars of age Do tween four and six ho composer pieces with expertness Mozart died hydropsyHo proaching end Ito was subject to lllintin fits before and during the composition of his famous Requiem Mozart thought that tho unknown person which presented itself to him was not an ordinary being but surely had rela tions with another wortand that ho wail sent to him to announce his end J t o CONDENSED STORIES Why Alexander S afcewed His Drink In Ono quip II K ntwrme president of the Amateur oitheassociation was talking about that is needed in the prVtice of figure slcating Ono must he very cautious said Mr llucrmcyor for thore are points in certain t fancy figures where n fall night Mean a fractured skull or a broken arm At time same time though one tires not need to OKCK I HAD MY aLAi KNOCKED OVI3I carry caution to extremes One does not need to ait like the old Bostonian in tho tarn eveningincompanions of histrn age The others drank their beer s owlya- sip or two every live minutes But tho old Bostonian tho moment a full glass was set Lore him drain ed jifMThe s right noticed iris user conduct It I say Alexander he said rwhy do you always swallow your drink iiuono uhftU LnIOnc other answered I had my glass knocked over Baltimore Jlerald 1t Ctsrtlno the Asylum A very zealous clergyman in one of the far western states conceived- the idea of instituting a foundling asylum in tho city in which he was Ia lie found on urgent need for an institution of this kind and then set about to discover the means helpless congregation was called and tho needs of such a place set forth in eloquent language Time congregation listened in si lence and did not seem responsive The clergyman became more fervid than ever and then out the necessity of furnishing tho means for starting the institution Still there was no and then the preacher determined to go straight to the point So selecting a partic ular parishioner who was wealthy and who happened to be a widower lIe exclaimed Brother Jones what will you contributo toward starting this or plum asylum Brother Jones seemed dazed for a moment at this unexpected thrust und then struggling to his feet said magnanimously give two boys and a girl 1 St Louis GlobeDemocrat Whistler Airy Wit In Whistlers student days ho was tin one occasion dining with a group of friends in a Paris restaurant Time attention of the young men was presently directed toward an Eng near them of whom tho father was endeavoring in execrable Trench to lna a dinner Leaning forward Whistler in his most charming manner inquired if ho could be of aid The stranger drew himself up with a manner of offense and haughtily replied I assure you sir I can give my order without as sistanceCan you indeed P quoth Whistler airily uI fancied time contrary just now when I heard you desiro time waiter to bring you a pair of stairs Lippincolts A Regular Sea Dog When Abo Qrubcr was up in tho Adirondacks last summer he was compelled to put up for a few days at a boarding house lie was relat ing his experience there time other nightThe landlady was what I call a pirate ho said ollolOhit wasnt so much that rev plied Mr Gruber which makes me designate her thus It was trio way in which sho repelled boarders Now York Times J nr r t A UTTlAr NONSENSEI How Hank Sullivan Put a Faro Bank Out of Business I used to hate a quarrelsome man like pizen said lank Sullivan one of the lending terrors of Red Gulch to a select crowd in Wicked Mike logons saloon but I dont do it no more One o thct kind saved me from losin mill the dust Id dug in three years an I kaint never fergit it Howd it happen This Kinginthe band Id been back in time mountains fcr nigh on to three years an was full o gold dust an the de sire for excitement hill Jennings the quarrclsomcst man I ever see was with me Well luck wuz against myselfdown golddusthouse I As the last chip I mad on earth was raked in I had a hutch to play the ace open I knew it would come I felt it wuz a certainty but m money was out I wuz about to ri o nn po out an blow my head off or fomethin o that sort when I hap JenningsJwu i rjirryin u chip on his shoul der for somebody I took thet chip nn put it on the ace It won an from that minute luck turned my way In a weeks play I hind time faro bank dealer scum wienerwurst on a corner Cleaned him clear out An thats why Ive sorter got a weakness for a quarrelsome man New Orleans TimesDemocrat Talk Ic Quicker Miss Chatters They say you know there is nothing quicker than thoughtMr KnoxIor woman there is She always speaks before she thinks The Trouble With Him trreluse to talk to you sirl roared tho indignant old lnthrtrlf you will come around when you are sober to ask mo for my daughter 1 may consider the matter When Im shobcr Thash all rightOlad1o want her when Im shober Chicago RecordHerald All Fixed trpa said Miss StrollgUI wish you would stay in this evening Mr Tardey will want to speak to you IIUSo ho has really proposed at last uNo replied the daughter with an air of determination but ho will tonightCatholic Standard and Times Why the Dell Was Removed That druggist is a most accommodating fellow He got up the other morning at 2 a m to sell me n postage stump Yes I saw them 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 again Im sure you dont want to Her hearI Not but you know wo as we would bo done byNewY- ork Times Looking Ahead Patience Charlie is very anxious about his wife Patrice Why I didnt know ho hind a wife rlIe hasnt Thats what makes him anxious Yonkcrs Statesman A Treat Going gunning are you Ill bet you couldnt hit a barn door Mebbc not but I think I could hit a darn bore and if you dont run away Ill be tempted to do it Philadelphia Ledger Innocence neIt I kissed you would you stop me I She How could I stop you after you Had kissed moYonkers Statesman BIRD FLIGHT Marvelous Power and Endurance of the Frigate Bird When the marvelous problem of bird flight has been solved man will be able to navigate the air with case and safety but it is doubtful if he will bo before that period The writ er has watched the frigate bird keep alongside a Bteaiucr going at rate of fifteen miles an hour for days in the Pacific ocean Occa sionally when some morsel of food was dropped from the vessel the bird would sink into the water and devour it only to overtake the steamer in an instant with the greatest ease and then again snf1lor hours along side the vessel neither raising nor closing its extended wings Going against the wind a piece of thrown overboard would fly Caper like a shot but the bird moved constantly forward against the wind without the slightest apparent effort At night of course sink iiito the water for rest and Bleep and by morning the steamer would be perhaps a hundred miles ahead Hut the bird would soon overtake it and continue its close compllnionshiptbo following tiny may that it was not time same bird that thus accom panied the vessel day after day but III case cited there was a marked peculiarity about the birds wfng that easily distinguished it from the othersWhence comes this marvelous moving power Xo man can tell It not be difficult to define tho impelling power of the flapping winged sparrow or robin but the force that impels tho wonderful frig ate bird with its steadily and constantly outstretched wings is simply tniriiculous Amateur Sportsman A Question of Accent Maurice Barrymorc once made the rounds of the offices of lie theat rical managers in London trying to get them to on a new play that Uarryiuore himself had written One DnrrJmorohndpressed Before their interview had ended it had been decided to give the piece an curly production and to 13e Barrymore lido the leading role About a week after what Bur rymore hall supposed wasthe defi nitely agreed upon arrangement had been reached the actor received a note from the manager asking him to call When Barrymoro responded to the summons the manager saidI like the pIa old fellow and produetipn can use you in the cast Your beastly American accent wont do at all you know They dont like it here DarrymoralheJ LeastlyHnglish I to tlagive recitations on the steanmersIIarpersWeekly A Tramp Geyser Everybody has heard of the fa mous geysers of time Yellowstone re gion and many know their peculiarities A guide was showing one of these geysers to a party of travelers This he said lIiswhat we call a tramp geyser Why tramp geyser asked a partyIf it a cake of soap he rejoined itha grime smile you would find out The visitor followed the guides suggestion and found the of the joke in time violent ebullition which followed It is a peculiarity of some of thestS geysers t ing n cake of soap them causes them to burst tit once into a fit of ungovernable fury A Crowded Car Episode My but tho cars are crowded I IIfWh lust evening my car was so- jOlDmedthat there wasn t foot room for all the passengers Somebody stood on my left foot for ten minutes and I got so tired of it I turned to the man next to mo and said Would you just as soon standon my right foot instead of my left for a change F lie looked down and replied I beg your pardon but ouyo made a mistake Im stand ing on this stout gentlemans foot and besides your right foot is occu by tho lady with tho four par celsCleveland Plain Dealer Womens Hair In Japan In Japan especially in the heart of the country where foreign influ ence has never reached quotes thjWomans Journal there are who wear their hair bobbed like a small boys This is a sign that tljoy respectforpart of the wifes hair with the body of her husband Often she cuts off just a little not enough to spoil her pretty coiffure nut when she do to remain forever true to his memory she cuts oil all her hair and never agutn permita it to grow IIIIUlCIl Ib IiSomething New Valuable Tours T- OFLORIDAYin 5oUUlr1 ailway And Queen Crescent Route Go One Way ItetnrH luotker Winter tourist tickets rom going via AilifTllle through tie Land of the Sky and beautiful sapphire aountry and returning tf Atlanta and ChaiU nooeeor vice trnaare nowou nit at LOW RATES The Florida Limited solid trail DrawlagRouenwith Dining Oar senior learn LexlBg ton every morning via Quaaa Jc Ores crnt lluule ruining through wlilmut ChlLlaacae I TIUfOhluRaanItPlorlitlplIl1 he J ginning January 8th omitting er Drawing Room Sleepers ObierTatUn Can etc will trace Uiunitmitl every evening exetpt Sunday ass Igthrough solid in St AugntMB vie IbllJhhThroujjli 1ullraan Sleepers t Jack sonrille trots Ulneinaail crany ey lIIlulI via Knoxtllle Aihurille aid larauaa From Louisville enansetlui with all of the above trains binds at Iexiug RailwayForter Honws folder rues rakcdttlesor rather information address UD AIIKV O Y HuNuiaroRB A U A SOli Jty D l A lull Kr St Louis Mo LouIsrlllB Ky W OtlnAIII o P A Q Jc C ltuute Cincinnati 0 jPJt1I My Breathi Shortness of Breaths One of the Com monest Signs of Heart Disease t4IanDr Miles New Heart Cure has per manently restored to health many thousands who had found no relief in the medicines allopathic or homoeo pathic of regular practicing physicians It has proved Itself unique In the history of medicine by being so uniformly successful In curing those diseases Nearly always one of tho ant sign of trouble la shortness of breath VTheth er It comes as a result of walking or running up stairs or of other exercises If the hcSrt la unable to meet this extra demand upon Its pumping powerath r is something wrong with It Tha very best thing you can do Is take Dr Mlles Now Heart Cure Ittwill go to the foundation of the trou ble and make a permanent cure by strengthening and renewing the nerves 1 know that Dr Miles New Heart Cure Is a treat remedy For a number of years I suffered from shortness of breath smothering spells and pains In my lelt aide For months at II time I would be unable to lie on my left side and If I lay Slat on my back would nearly smother A friend Mlles New Heart Cure whichdid with good results I began to Improve nt after taking several bottles of oncetand Cure the pains In my side symptoms vanished I now well those dreadful smothering are th- upastF P DRAKE Mlddlalown O If the tint bottle does not help you the drutrrUt will refund your money F REErRemedyforSpecialist will diagnose your ease te what ls wrong and jaw to It Eou COOoJ one SBreathiti 9lows = J WISE HAdlNS Editor Friday February 10 1005 PROFESSIONAL CARDS rJWISE IIAQIKSA- TTORNEYAFLAWI I Office over PostOllce JACKSON KENTCCKT i 1 himjA1 lwillreceive prompt and 1 tentionFl IiIillnnnnnffnnnminnnimnnnffllllICL = LAWYER 1 E JAOKSON KENTUCKY 3 i = Will practice In Breathitt anti S Magoffln Counties J IlUW1JWWWLUWWWWW1WW1lIli i e e44lrQ W FLBESOR A II 1 I FLEENOH C PATTONI LAWYERS JLJACKSON KENTUCKY t IN11N Ng U i JOHN D WHITE tiLAVYER over Dank Manchester Clay Co IOffice Kentucky Also 603 Kentucky Title Bldg KyyU S Cuurlst 1 1 Invites correspondence touching New d Era Co lands In Ow ley or O Y I Co lands in Marian or Goose Creek farm KyUpon Investigate and report veluejtof titles nr large tracts of timber coal and oil lands located between Meshack Monroe county Ky and the head of Kingdom Come Letch er Co Ky 2S5a52S25C525252E2S251I LEETE BEURIS IT CIVIL ENGINEERS 11 AND SURVEYORS Prompt Attention given to all classes of work and SATISFACTION GUARANTEED fmuiTrn i JACKSON i KENTUOKY1kS525 I 1 COPEjCIVIL ENGINEERS I rn AND SURVEYORS rn R I Local Surveying n specialty Phone 39 Office in the old Gj Hargis building JAOKSON KENTUCKY Kru 3 2CE5E52525H5ESESE5H5S =f ANNOUNCEMENTS dbt FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce 11 GRANT HOLLIDAY fromjl ofthe counties of Rreaihltt Lee and MnRoflln subject to the action of the Republican party i FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce oj GEORGE W ARNETT r as a candidate for Repretentatlve from the 02d Legislative district com posed of the counties of Dreathitt Ler and Magoflln subject to tha action of the Republican party FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce I JOHN L STRONG Vae a candidate for Assessor of Hreathitt county subject to the action of the Ue publlcin party rFOR SHERIFF I o I am a candidate for Sheriff of d llrenthitt County at the coming Not vember election BRKCK CuAwronn Cope Ilrancli Ky A t 4 Now is the time to subscribe r j lor newspapers nnd magazines 4re can save you money on any you wish to take i S S Spradling of Campion 1washere Wednesday on business I To will return by way of Leo i f county on a stock trading expedi tion mgfJohn Rock House JMajoffin county an uncle of Judge- D U Kcdwine of Jackson died Tuesday morning after an illness of several monthsj 4 Hon D D Sublott of Salyors 01110JIr crn s Jpphtlcs as well as business was hero several days this week on an errand of a nature Mr Sub lett informed us that the large majority of the Democrats in his c section wore opposed to machine politics and machine politicians Mild would cast their votes in pri murioa or convontions to rid the state of boutMt Sterling Sen c rP tinalDemocrat+ 7 t iiJ T GOltRESPONDENOE 1 KOUSSKAUt I Mrs Iiello2Iinix and Miss Belle Row are on t110 sick list this week Rev John Muncy has been on Frozen preaching for the past week The Oklahoma fever is very high among the people here Squire Green llensley is trying to sell out to go there In a service held by Revs Jo and Daniel McIntosh on- ebruary 8th William Eldridge aged 72 years was baptised by tier Daniel McIntosh STEVENSONs Miss Mattie Lou daughter of M K Davis entered the Lees Institute at Jackson this week Lewis Roberts las recently returned from Clark county where ho has rented n form about eight miles south of Winchester at S200 per annum John Craft of Rousseau has taken a contract to haul Floyd Days timber on Lick Branch of Quicksand anti is now there with Tom II Back at work- LAMIJItIC e J L Mann has purchased the Lewis Roberts farm and will move it soon Deputy Sheriff McIntosh has been culling on sonic of the boys of late Welcome or not they re ceive him James F Patton our efficient postmaster has resigned his posi tioneregrct very much that he is going away Sylvester Howard has purchased a good lot of logs of Polly Ann Mann widow of Adam Mann1 These logs have lately becn put in by James Blanton Consideration rooIAunt Eliza Miller aged 70 years wife of Elijah Miller died at the home of Isotn Clemons who rear ried her adopted child She had lel1esJThe handsome and wellequip pad store of Taublee Shepherd Co is growing every day in busi ness interests Customers are be ing drawn from other localities and under the careful supervision of Green Shepherd one of the firm even more rapid growth is expected within the near future On last Tuesday morning the residence of Ira Howard Jr on upper Quicksandwas completely destroyed by lire It mar just be fore day when his wife was awak ened by the noise of the fire The husband was not at home The wife and two small children were the only inmates It seems that some one had built a fire in a corner of the kitchen which was with in a few feet of the main building Nearly all of the household goods were lost One of the children came very near being burned A good dealof excitement prevails It is particularly sadas the shoes and almost all the clothes of both wife and children were burned leaving them in the cold andsnow No one yet has been arrested GAYS CREEK Well Mr Editor as your rend ers have not heard from this vi cinity for some time I send you a few items to let them know that we still live and enjoy reading TUB NEWS of which every issue seems to be tho best Well Gays Creels can not boast of telegraph and telephone and somethingjust We fear we will lose Thomas Gay from our midst as he is con templating a removal to the plane- of Jupiter to practice law Lewis West who lives just over the Perry county line had the misfortune while out hunting a few days ago to fall and break n bone in his leg Bruce Duff son of John Duff of Chavics has returned from Valparaiso Indand has entered Wctherspoon college Thats Mr Duff patronize home instituj tionLCSam Morris has his goods and chattels boxed and is waiting for the weather to fair up to move to Jackson county to live and die Mr Morris is n good citizen and we are sorry to give him up We wish him success in his new hone Mrs Millvery Morris wife of Rev Lewis Morris of this place diedone day last week mall was buried in tho Morris graveyard in Breathitt county She wis a good kind woman anti nCoro alln Christian Wo extend to tho father and children our sincere condolence and point them to Him who said Look unto me all ye that are weak and henry laden and I will give you rest rTOURKNT Myles Milton of Natural Bridge was the guest of Bud Smith over Sundays Mrs Earl Ashley of Ridgewood Junction has been quite ill for- everal days Mart Davis a saloon man of Lexington has located here to follow the same business Clyde Rumlield local L R agent has been visiting his aunt Mrs George Martin at Lexington Mr anti Mrs Bud Smith of Ridgowood Junction have been visiting Joseph Dcrickson andI wife at Dundee Mr and Mrs William Jones and daughter Treva anti Mr and Mrs Earl Ashley were visiting at the home of A J Adams near Zachariah a week since Leonard Barnes Edward My ers and William Jones of Clay City were here on the 28th ult to participate in the removal of local lodges of Red Men K of Ps and J 0 W A Ms to their new hall at Zachariah- BOOXEVILLE Our people have taken adnin tage of the recent cold spelland filled their ice houses for summer iceRobert Wilson and family of Jackson who have been visiting friends and relatives in this com munity have returned to their home The Boonevillo Academy is progressing nicely this winter term with a full enrollment and new scholars being added nearly almost lady Brother Campbell who formerly had charge of the M E church in this circuit but now in charge at Paducah Ky is spending his vacation with his old friends and brethern at this place The firm of Price Bros who hero been doing a thriving business hero and who succeeded G W Tread way have sold their en tire stock to A Ji Kidd who is continuing the business nt the old standBy reason of the vaccination or der of the Board of Prison Com missioners at Frankfort some time ago Sam Rice who was sentenced to eight yeas in tho penitentiary at the January term of our court for killing Laney Bolin has not been sent but is still confined i hereMiss Lucy Mahan the woman preacher who has been preachin- in this county for the last two months has just closed a very successful protracted meeting at Clifty church and took her leave for her home in London Ky Sh leaves many friomls in Owsley who wish her abundant success in her Christian work Nancy Couch who was charged with the murder of Lena Couch on Buffalo Creek abaut four years ago was tried and acquitted on the plea of momentary insanity Hood Cooper aged twelve years charged with malicious stabbing and wounding Ilarlan Napier nine years old was tried and lined 50 evergcourt at place The case of the Commonwealth fortwas con tinned until the May term A motion by tin Commonwealth for a change of venue from Owslpy county in snid case wits pyorrulcd b3 the court VAMKH Hummus SIMPSON Mrs Elizabeth Dunn diedat the home of Marion Parks n few lays since Marion Hurst of Richmond is visiting at the home of S II Hurst at Peartreo G Washington Hollon of New lark O T visited his niece Mrs W A Hampton a few days last rweek Miss Laura Hollon who has f 10 rJ been suffering for the past week witha crippled foot fs improving very slowly Misses Margaret Crawford of Jackson nnd Mattie Hampton of Marcellus visited friends amid rela tives here a few days ago PAUMXK Ground Hog Chickens In the drugstore of Browning it Hurting at Lexington last Thursday hundreds of poisons called to see a round hogwith a brood of smallchickens The captive was placid in a case of sponges in tho store with a bod of excelsior and dirt He seems to be quite tame and fat In Oc tobor the grouted hog refused to stir antino amount of coaxing could arouse him A row weeks ago six hen eggs were placed under the ground hog and tho 11y be foro yesterday six tine little chick ens were hatched The chicks peckedbut still ho did not move Thursday morning shortly rtf tor 0 oclock tho ground hog shook himself and walked about in his capo for n rotIllinute3 The silt shown brighly and tho room was warm viewing with curiosity his strange brood of fine chickens ho laid down und hAS not since stirred Deserved Popularity To cure Constipation and Llvir troubles by gently moving the bowels and acting as a tonic to the liver eke Lit tIp Enrly Risers Tiese Famous IIt tle Pills are mild pleasant and hnrm leas but effective and sum Their mini versal SJ8 fur many years in a strong guarantee of their popularity and usefulness Sold by M S Grain 3 KIT CARSON Some of the Famous Scout Exploits as a Dispatch Bearer There was needed a messenger to the government at Washington Who better could be this than this iron framed rider Kit Carson He started on Sept 15 1816 and had won across the Rock moun tains when he met General Kcar nys column and was ordered to re turn to California In this return the Kcarny column was assailed by the California Mexicans stern fighters themselves who pushed hear nya forces into a desperate situa tion The beleaguered troops need ed a messenger out to San Diego Kit Carson and Lieutenant lletile of the navy undertook the tusk the hardships of the march wrecked the mind and body of licalc who wits nn invalid for two years thereafter It wui nothing to Kit Carson In March 1817me was started once more as a dispatch barter to Wash ington This time he net tho In dians on the Gila fought them got through Crossed New Mexico de scended the Arkansas river and in the month of June arrived at Waste imt after having made 4000 miles in three months time Pip Journey requires little more than three now we do not nmko it on horseback At Washington as some sort of 1reward for his services Carson was licutcnnt of the riilu corps of the United Slates army His commission however was acv cr ratified this ho did not lienwas crt to patcLw He crossed tho Missouri river fought the Com nche at time fargas he met his next Indian fight He anti fifteen companions hero stood off 800 Indians JI tinge he readied Monterey and later Dimply to keep serviceeon for a time There was no man of oil those known to flIP officers who had quilitfledson Ho was sent back once moro to Washington in tho spring of 1818 The physical frame of any man ex ppt hail been by these journ- oyings tan fur rackets to epable to this long and hnaimJoiw trip rite souls of most men MQiild have failed them long ore this Yet justbigfully undertook this third journey across a continent as dispatch bear er Emerson Hough in OutingJ Flcn lftl SunurliiF Is often caused by sores tiloers and cancer tint pnt away your skin Win Bedellof Flat Rock Mieli aays I have used Ilucklerrg Arnica Salve far Ulcers Sores nnd Cancers It Is the bet henllllg dressing I ever found Soother and heals culu burns and aoild JOo at Time Jjickion Drug Co I guaranteedSend In Your Items Dont hoflltnto to send in nn item which will be of interest to your friends TIIK NKWS wants every item which will be of inter est to any subscriber WANTEDAn uptodoto traveling salesman to call on country merchants for a Wholesale Notion House For further Information cnllvonor address SIMON ADES 410412 1Vr Main Street Lexington Ky I That TlcklliiK1 in ho Tliroat One irlnrta after taking Oun Minute Cough Cure the tickling In tin tlironi lIS guiio It nets in thu llirunt not the stomach IllIrmlt sJoml fur children A L tipolTord imaliiiiutiT at Chester Mrulisays t Our Iittlo girl was un coiiMclotia front otrati ulniloii tluiliiH n sudden and t rriblu attack of croup Thruedosui of Onu Minute OoiiKh Cure lUlU an luur apart speedily cured her I cnnnut praise One Minute Uotigh Cure too much for what It hm dune in our family U iilwnyn gives rt livf Sold by M S Ornln Protect Our Forests We ore becoming aware of the truth of natural science that the mountain forests are uSt one important source of the fertihtof tho hut tho guarantee of its- contntunuce anti tho most perfect security against freshets that till the o rivers with earth and cause destructive overflow of their banks wasting the labor bestowed on roads cropsBostonherald Ieettilur Ihsuppotlrrico J D Runynn of liutlorvlUe 0 laid the peculiar dl appearance of IR pain ful yiiiptunis of iiiifigHition and bill oufiicna to Dr Kings New IUt flits llu says They are it perfect 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ji4uLf- L 1- o c 5fQes Wo have tho finest line of shoes in East ern Kentucky Our mens slices arc of the latest style For the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy P1i1lineryGoods I Department is under the management of Miss Nettie Combs who can show you The Latest Style Hats direct from New York City Also FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS In all Freshfromr If you need any House Furnishings or FURNITURE Wo are the people you are looking for we have it by car loads to suit every body Come and see us our u ULUU 00 l llllilliHUllt11 IbtllltllU- iWlraPrices1ll lulfrulAH Right a r t t tttttttttt hh DAY BROS COMPANYr 1 rtJackson Keq tuc y r V fd I fJ t 1 t The Breathitt News PuMUIioil Every Friday Local and Personal IIMrs G B Smith has been sick for several days Stop with Hurt Bros at toed hotelwhen in Lexington W B Gabbard of Oakdalc was here on business Monday Maple Syrup and prepared Buckwheat Hour at Osborns r Nathan Pel fry of Frozen cause nit Tuesday on business William Pence of Lane was here on business Tuesday Stealer bark of Bays was n caller at our office last Saturday lames Roberts Jr who moved to Wisconsin last year has re turned W I Uiml B1B MM Shirt sale at Osborns now to make room for spring styles rind weightsA and complete line of grow conies fresh and clean with no seconds at Osbornsi Mrs Patterson and Mrs Kellar of Cynthiunn nrovisiting the fam ily of F W Fletcher J K Blake went to Lost Creek Monday to look after his store at t that place for a few days S P Carpenter of Lambric i was hero Tuesday for goods for his store at that IllacliJudge G W Gourley of Heat 1tiJlc wits in Jackson Friday and Saturday on legal business Tho Jackson cord mines are now working anon than 80 men who have lost no time during the winter I am closing out a lino of mens womens and Iwys underwear at cost J M OUSOHN oM t Floyd Day of Winchester was t herq during tho weep looking after his lumber nnll mercantile interests herd R T Davis house in South t Jackson is nearing completion nod t will a a handsome dwelling when- finish 1 Attorney E S Jouett of Win clciIcrwas in Jackson Tuesday Hntl Wednesday on professional business 1j Misses Ilattie Lizzie and Flor ence McLin of Rose Hilla came Monday to visit their brother f J B McLin You can find the most uptodate aTilt thin greatest variety of dress and work shoes at 1 M Osborns Prices are for quick sales and I small profits r1y JStidhnm of Roosevelt was here last Saturday Ho gave us four subscriptions to the NKWS for the members of his family who have moved away ifIAmis Back moved to Jackson Tuesday into the property ho recently purchased on Broadway next to tho Baptist church He sold his farm on Quicksand creek to Robert Davidson a Miss JosophenQ Fletcher return ed to Lexington Monday to re sumo her studies in the ifamiltop Female College after spending F4 several days visiting tho homo of her father Capt F W Fletcher Ii Lewis Combs formerly of Lost Creek but now of Simpson this county was adjudged insane and t sent to tho asylum at Lexington 4last MondayMr Combs has always been a good citizen and has a large fancily dependent on him t for support His misfortune falls heavily on them Sheritr 11cCorlmid Deputy Stokes Clark county arrested 2 Moses Feltncr and Sam Fields in t Perry county last Friday and took them to Winchester last Saturday They were charged with contempt of court in the MarcumIIargis trial Feltner gave his deposition as to what ho know about the Mar cum and Cockrillascassinations Matt Oldham of Mt Sterling has purchased of tho Eastern Ken Ittlc1e Land Company 1000 acres t it of line coal and timber land in Wolfe county near Torrent on- t the Lexington Eastern railroad Ii p Besides tho lino tir 9bcron tiel tract there is athirtsixinchI vein of cannel TIOjofo r Wv or Uritton Refused Now Trial Tho motion for a now trinl for Willinnl Hritton was overruled last Saturday and Britton sentenced t tho penitentiary but n stay of pro ceedings was granted for sixty days pending nn appeal to th Court of Appeals MAItltrAGKS Brown Strong of Whiclc and Miss Dora Short of Wharf were married at the residence of the bride last Friday Miss Nora Byrd and Jesse Hor ton were married at Campion last week Miss Byrd is n daughter of William Bynlwho was killed in this county while Deputy U S Marshal several years ago Destroyed by Fire The residence of Mr Bartholo mew at HoT bins was destroyed by lire Tuesday morning tho lire originating from a defective line Tho residence was next to the store and it was only by the com panys splendid equipment and the heroic light made by tho firemen thin a very destructive lire was averted A Dully and a Weekly Paper for 250 Wo have outdo arrangements ly which wo can furnish tho Louis ville herald and the- IltEATuITr COUNTY HITS both ono year for the very low prico of S2UOor the Weekly tauiirillb herald and the BUKATIIITT COUNTY NKWS both ono year for 100 This offer is good only for a nhort time and those who want a daily paper should take ndvnutage of it at once TUB DKAT1I UOLb Mrs Howe+ of Campion died it her loam last Tuesday from in juries received from a full several weeks ago She was 81 years old and was loved and respected by all who knew her She had been a member of the Baptist church for more than sixty years and lived n leveled Christian life She raised i largo family most of whom still live in Wolfe county She was known throughout Wolfe county us Grannie Howe and it is said that no one over wont away hun tty from her door life Revival Meeting Plans are being made by some of the leading church workers of Jackson for a big union revival meeting of nil the churches a simi lar meeting to tho ore now being held in Louisville when all sectarian lines can ho dropped and all Christian people work together for tho salvation of our town Tho meetings will probably be held in the court house or in a big tent if it can bo secured It is proposed to hold the meetings about the middle of March or the lirst of April or just as soon is the weather permits All tho churches of Jackson arc asked to take a joint interest in and direc tion of this great forward move for ono common good Already one of tho very best song direc tors in America and ono that all creeds can agree upon has volunteered to assist in this great meeting In behalf of tho common good UKV W W POWKU Jackson Police Court Endorsed Just at this time when the eyes of tho whole State if not tho en tiro country are focused on Jack son Brcathitt county which has been designated as tho Ueud capital says tho Lexington Leader by reason of tho lawlessness ram pelt up there it is refreshing to note that police court is held there and that this tribunal is doing what it can to rill the town of crime Tine recent issue of TilE BREATH ITT COUNTY NKWS published at Jackson publishes an official re port of the Jackson police court whichshows that during tho year 1001 348 cases worn tried by Police Court I wlgo T P Cardwell Jr and of this number there were 4128 convictions and only 15 ac quittals This shows that tho officers of the town are trying to do their duty and as TIIK NKWS very appropriately remarks they are en titled to great credit for tho shoving they have made in tho face of discouraging conditions The rains Tuesday night and Wednesday made a tide in tho river which being full of ice made a very destructive ico tide tho host in several years The ico iloo continued nil day yesterday laid thousands of logs went down which means n great loss c WHEN MOTH Ell BLOWS TUB BORN 1oI remember very clearly 01VInen we lived upon the farm When ma wanted us for dinner Sho would always blow tho horn I wits always very anxious Listening for the horn to blow When it filled the air with music Down went shovel and hoe Whether working on tho hilltops Or if working at tho bnrnII would always always listenI For my ma to blow the horn When Id go out in the new ground And ray work was nearly done Id keep one eye on my mattock And the other on the sun Or if pad commence to tell me How to lOc tine replant corn Id keep one ear upturned to him And tho other towrd tine horn When we went to hoe time lowlands And my row wouldweedy be Id look up and then downward Nothing but those weeds Id see Once while hoeing these lowlands And tho sun was shining high To myself I asked this question Can I live or must I die Or if plowing in the new ground Id get kicked upon tine thigh I would ask this same old question + Can I live or must I die 1 Things take on another aspect I hear mother blow the horn Now I feel so calm and peaceful Like Id Jive to judgement morn Now Im longing for old Owsley To be there alfoeing corn For I know my heart would flutte- When mother blow tho horn Hoonoville ICy JNO G NKACK Postponed The entertainment which was advertised to bo given by the young people tonight has been postponed on account of tho hud weather The entertainment will be given in the near future due notice of whiclr will appear in these columns A Warning Corn BUAXCH Kv 2 7 05 EDITOR BHKATIIITT NEws Warning to river men who have humberandcross ties and any other stuff on the river that the largest tide of the spring will como be tween the 15th and 25th of this month A C CRAWFORD llolcncd on Ennui Coroner M C Bailey executed tho contempt warrants from Clark county which were issued against James Ilargis and Ed Callahan charging them with interfering with witnesses in tho Marcum1 Far eis damage suit recently tried at Winchester They gave bond and were released M 0 Ps Keorgaulzo It is reliably reported that tho M O Ps once a powerful and well represented secret organiza tion is again to be organized into full working capacity but with not so largo a membership as formerly Ye writer is unable at present to outline tho work of that organization from the fact that we have not yet been admitted in to its sacred secret precincts and though its membership may be small even so few as tho big fouryet they may say among themselves in the language of the philosopher The fewer the bet ter share X Three Negroes Get Death Sentence ArterdeHbomlingthrJc min utes Taylor caso at Lexington returned ver dict fixing his punishment at death the jurors signing tho vor diet Tho verdict in the John Taylor case brought an end to tho tin eo trials of the three negroes charged with tine murder of Wil liam Hoore in George Luigarta saloon on North Limestone street Sunday evening November 20 rite murder was ono of the most unprovoked and cold blooded ever committed in Fayette County No motive has been assigned for the genomlhatroosaloon because ofa cruel assault there shortly before tho murder by a white man two negroes The crime shocked tho entire com munity but every protection ol the law was thrown around those accused of tho crime and each was ably defended and each given an apparently fair trial Ed Taylor was tried first and pleaded in his dofonsothut he didnot fire any of the shots James Garfield Smith alibiI 1iYj Jo r Watches rote CLOCKSSilverware Silver Novelties and nil kinds of first class owolrycall on FLEENORsJEWELER AND OPTICIAN JAOKSON KY I V I DIRECTORY OF THU Jackson Exchange or tine Eastern Telephone anti Telegraph Company f0 Adams Express Co 35 Arlington Hotel 10 Back J J C Residence 513 Bach J J C Law Office 14 Bank Jackson Deposit 20 buns T II Residence 43 Boggs Dr JI Office 26 Boggs Dr1 P Residence Newsr98 e 49 Brown G G Residence 88 Callahan Ed Office 3 Camp Christy 13 Cardwell T P Jr Office 13 City Judge 89 Cope Son Law Office 60 Cope T T Residence 14 Cornell II C Residence 30 Cornett II C Office 41 County Clerks Office 18 Crain M S Imperial Hotel 17 Crawford Matt Saloon 37 Crawford A P Co Store 38 Davis II F Store 96 Davis K T Residence 15 Day Bros Co General Store 21 Dormitory 67 Edwards A B Residence 45 Evans II E Office 22 Fleenor G W Residence 11 Fletcher R AV Residence 18 Fletcher F W Office 47 Ford J W Residence 32 Gibson II IL Residence 27 sadden Clarence Store 46 Hadden Clarence Residence 5 Ilagins J Wise Residence 64 Ilagins J Wise Office 89 Ilargis Bros General Store 25 Ilargis Tames II Residence 97 Ilargis Kedwino Gen Store 99 Head Too S Residence Vl Head Joe S Office 2 Henry A S Office 76 Henry A S Residence 70 liner T T Law Office 87 Hogg Dr W P Office 57 Hogg Dr W P Residence 8 Holliday Grant lintel 100 Hoskins W M Residence 35 Hotel Arlington 18 Hotel Imperial 68 Hudson T II Residence 58 Hurst It All Residence 18 Imperial Hotel 44 Jackson Deposit Bank 87 Jackson Drug Co 69 Tail 3 K L V Co Camp Christy 34 K L V Co Junction 12 Lang J K Residence OL R It H Office 28 Noble Henry B Residence 85 Osborn J M Store 0 Patton A 11 Residence 36 Patton S E Residence 24 Pcmberlon lla ins Meat Store 80 Peters Mrs Sallie Residence PlumnerGardnerMeatStores II 90 Pollard Kcdwine Law Office 19 Powell Rev WW Residence 56 He wino D IL Residence 66 Sowell Gk W Residence 9 Sowell Thos L Residence 88 Sheriffs Office 69 Spencer William Residence 16 Strong Miss Belle Residence 23 Sturdivant T B Residence 40 Swango Dr O II Residence 87 Swango Dr O II Office 35 Taulbee S S Hotel 41 Taulbee S S Office 77 Taulbee S S Stable 79 Thompson J B Residence 31 Watts John General Store We call your attention to tho ad ofWH Henderson of Lexington who dents in all kinds of feed hay cooats etc t FOUNTAINPENS U Best Make 30010 250 Everyone FULLY GUARANTEED to give entire satisfac lion HEINTZJEWELER E Main Street Opp Phaniix- LEXINGTON KY FOUNTAINPENS REPAIRED 1 FREEdime 9lQW PJor- kirribunoarmor practicaltaining national illustrated agricultural and family weekly in tho United States OflE DOCqU pi YEAR Send your name for free sample copy flew York 5ribulJ Farmer Tribune BldR New York City The New York Tribune Farmcr and the BUKATIIITT yearforprico of TIIK NEWS alone if you send your order and money to THE Nina office SUBSCRIBE NOW IW cow RATES TO WEST alJd OfJZJIUEST VIA Southern Railway fmv round trip rates every first and third TUESDAY In each month VERY CHEAP ONE VAY AND ItOUNl TIIIP RATES February anti March 21 TWO TRAINS DAILY UKTWKKX LEXINGTON ANI ST LOUIS Only one clmiiEe of cnra between Lexington anil tho West VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY for informatIOn IWrilo W OREW3 T P A Main St LKXINCITOX KY W H Henderson Ayres Street Opp Po+ t ODlse LEXINGTON KY DKALEIl IN GrainsSeeds Feed beat Rye Barley Oats and Corn Oliver rinuulij Millet Kentucky rasaIlungarianlied Hay Straw Mill Feed Act Valid Tine Court of Appeals in an opinion by Judge O tear aflirmed tine Floyd circuit court in the case pf F Butler vs O B Stephens Vine action was as to tho validity of tho act of IDOl Thirtylirst Judicial District composed of Floyd Knott and Magoflin counties Tine aP- pellant is commonwealths utter noy in the Twentyfourth District which contains Ivnott and Floyd counties and which were in his district when elected Tho Gov ernor appointed the a pollen un der the act creating the new dis trict The court construes tho act in connection with Sections 08 132 184 of the Constiutjon 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forward 1 to Tin Naive and wo will seud both papers for a full year rx i lJtr A1wJ II PRicES FOR I IJ LOWERQsalUjr cuiUinJ lUi ujr Mir Needles Oil Repair FOR ALL MINES AT SINGER STORB Noodles for all iimkoa of machines 5c per package Southeast corner Main n l Broadway Jackson Ky SOLID COMFORT in TRAVEL Mean- sJ1ederoi6f I oute It Jrffff Reclining Chair Care on all Tjraina between LOUISVILLEKentucky and ST LOUIS Colonist and home 5ftJktrtn Water to the Wtt and Soulhwettii If you contemplate n trip or a olunge or location in the near future GET THE HENDERSON ROUTO I1AUIT It Is the comfort line and a comfurt goodhabitAt least give in the opportunity uf naming you rates We have the ment the train service the free char cars and the rates WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT L J IKWIK QKO L QIXKITT- Qta Piuoi r Aft Try PtttmftrAfiH- ENDERSON Loulivllli Ktxt r OI r7 4j LORD KELVINS NAME 1 f The story of how the famous scl cntist Sir William Thomson air earned the name in the peerage by t which ho Is now known till over the world is thus told bya journalist It was New Years day I J called Tho interview took place in his lordships library in tho corner building of tho range of picturesque professIOnal mansions on the cnu hillhence as Gilmore around whose Lose winds a stream k made classic in song Lord Kelvin led me gently by the arm to a point from which the stream alluded to could bo seen winding in beautiful curves through the grove called Kel Yin Pointing toward the river his lordship with quiet enthusiasm re marked I have lived and labored all my life on the banks of thatt stream and why should I not call i myself after it r Weather Man Paid the Fine A group of young men many of them officials in the government I service recently met in the smoking room of a Washington clubhouse j f At the suggestion of one of the party r was agreed that the one first talking shop should be fined a 1itH but the evening passed and fines had been imposed Q Mr Willis L Moore of tho cather bureau overcoat on and hat ft in hand arose at last to go Good evening said he Hold on there I Allollar y please I shouted several in unison i Mr Mooro straightened back as though he had been hit a blow look ed puzzled then grinnedun without a word fIshc out the Saturday Evening Post The Book Saved HIs Life 1 Moved by excitement began i General Joe Wheeler in relating one 1ofhis stories a young man deter mined to enlist He accepted a Bi ble from his mother and as he placed it in his inside coat pocket promised to read the book every day During one of the important battles this mans entire company was annihilated but he escaped Same old story interjected a veteran bullet hit the Bible litItloacceptedIr behind n tree keeping his promise to his mother Post Give Your Stomach n Beat Your food must be properlydigesled and assimilated to be of any value to you If your stomach Is weak or dil V eased take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It digests what you eat and gives the stomach a rest enabling It to recuperate i lake on new life end grow strung agaln Kodol cures suur stomach RBI bloating heart palpitation and all di Restive disorders L A Super of Lit tie nock Ky writes us We feel that Kodol Dyspepsia Cure deserves all the commendatlun hat can be glv un U as it saved time life oj our Hull girl when she was three years old She Is now six and we have kept it for her constantly but of course the onlj takes It now when anything disagrees with her Sold by MS Cruin t Convincing Evidence LawyerWould you believe the s sworn testimony of this man Witness Certainly not sir I LawyerAndwhy not WitnessBecause sir that man alwaysIused to cry when the teacher made him say two and two made four elseihe was ill and described the symptoms so that thjo doctor prescribed for a sprained ankle when ho was suffering from neuralgia in tho head LawyerThat will do Pear sons High Testimonial Oh mamma exclaimed little Alice rushing in from school Ethel Talbot has got the loveliest mother that ever was I She is such a beau tiful mother I I do wish you could see her1l Tell mo about her Alice said her mother Why is she so love ly WIlY said Alice she lets Ethel eay By golly all she wants tot Somerville Journal t t i Suspicious Miss Lighted I was very much admired at tho wedding ceremony last night I noticed Otto gentleman who never took his eyes oil me the whole evening Miss SharpeDid the gentleman Lave a black mustache waxed on the ends Yes Do you know him I know of him lie is a detective lie was there to watch tho presents =A Touching Story II the saving from death of thp baby girl of Geo A Eyler Cuinl erlrd lid lie writes At the ngn ot 11 months our little girl was in declining health with sdrlous Throat Trouble and two physicians gave her up We were al most in despair when we resolved to try Dr Kings New Discovery for Con i sumption Coughs pnd Colds The lint battle gave relief alter taking four bottles she was cured nnd it now in I perfect health over falls to relieve and cure a cough or cold At the j Jackson Drug CoCOo und 100 guar anteed Trial bottle free See S D Fleenor for bargains in u clocks A fine Suliiy ninntlr clock for 1100 Others sell the same clock for tJit 1260 mlStf al vr sixc o A Record of Marvelous Accomplishment Established February 19 1904 Tic 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 Among the contributors to its columns on agricultural topics are many of the bestposted men in America Mr H F Hillenmyer whose reputation as a nurseryman is national conducts each week a department of answers to inquiries in which he gives from his vast store of knowledge experience and study his views and advice on any subject pertaining to the orchard lawn or garden about which information may be desired Every issue of The Kentucky Farmer and Breeder contains the most pertinent news and the most 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 BREEDERA- ND r THE BREATHITT COUNTY NEWS BOTH FOR I YEAR AT 2OO v THE PRICE OF THE KENTUCKY FARMER AND BREEDER ALONE It is the most valuable weekly paper in America for the farmers of Ken tucky to take Published at Lexington the hub of the horse world and the center of the states agricultural interestsJt 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 u Not a Business Matter Why do you wish to learn jiu jitsu I cant see where itll help any in your business Its on my wifes account Shes so fussy Whenever our cook has a beau who stays later than 12 oclock at night I havo to go down to the kitchen and order him to leave Chicago llecordIIerald A Victim of Habit A new member of the fire depart ment in Chicago after a weeks serv ice reported to the chief that he desired to resign in order to return to his old occupation of stoker on a lake steamer Why exclaimed the chief I thought you were perfectly satisfied with your job I nm surprised that you should wish to go back to your old position which pays you less money than this Well chief was the reply it isnt because Im not satisfied with tho place but I figure it out that I wasnt untended to be a fireman Ev cry time we go out to fight a blaze I feel a strong temptation to whoop her up instead of throwing water on her Early trainings too much for me chief In a Bad Way A Washington county Mo editor writes One of our newly married young ladies kneads bread with her gloves on Time editor of this pa needs bread with his shoes on for needs it with his trousers on and unless tho delinquent readers df this old rag of freedom pay upsoon we will need bread without a darn thing on1 The Dutch on tho Kongo The Dutch are the most accom plashed colonizers in the world exists no finer monument to their genius than is contained in their picturesque settlement in tho French Kongo If there were no heath of departments in Europe they would be tho paramount race in c mtrnl Africa today London Today Paper Boat In Vienna a paper boat sixteen feet long has been built out of the back numbers of a loading daily per of that city Hull spars and sails have all been made from the pulped brains of the literary stall Four hundred thousand copies of this journal will make a yacht sails and all Public Is Aroused The public ii aroused to a know ledge of the curative merits of the great medicinal tonic Klectrlc Hitters for sIck stomach liter end kidneys Mary H Walters of 518 St Olalr Ave Columbus 0 writestlFur several months I was given up to die I had fever and ague my nerves were wrecked I could cot sleep and my stomach Will so weak I from useless doctors drugs that I could not eat Soon after beginning to take Electric litters I obtained relief nrd in n short time I was entirely cured Guaranteed at The Jackson Drug Co pi ice COc xc Ways of Shoeing a Horse Complaint is made that the horse shoers of England are behind those of and that the perfect way of shoeing n horse is yet to bo discovered although it seems that there art 115 ways of shoeing a horse as practiced in the different armies in Europe The chief furrier of the Fourteenth dragoons of the French army A IL Grosset spent nearly the obtainingIhe died a short time ago he presented j tho whole of his collection to tho French minister of war Black smith and Wheelwright Horns and Milk ICow no doubt that a cow milk after the removal or suppression of her horns This was proved by Neumann who saw givefromof milk a day on poor pastures while some of tho same breed but with horns gave only twentyfour or thirty pints on good grazing land curious fact has been confirmed by American breeders who have experimentsLondonMail Beads and a Census The recent census of the natives tn the Transvaal was taken with beads Each head man wa furnished with a number of beads of different colors and twine on which to strini them A big black beadrepresented an adult married native a big yellow bigbluewhite bead at single woman over fifteen years oldr small yellow bead stood a boy and a small white bead for a girl The Difference Defined Leslie Morticr Shaw secretary of tho treasury was at luncheon in the Hamilton club of Chicago Tho talk had turned to statesmen and politicians when John M Harlan saidtIAir Secretary what is tho difference between a statesman and a politician Quick as thought came the answer Its the difference between tho young man seeking a position and the boy looking for a job Tho Sunshine of Sprint The Salve that cures without r scar is DoWItlM Ulicli Iluzel Salve Cuts burns Unite Bruises and Piles disap pear before the use of this salve as snow before the sutishinti of spring Miss 11 M Middloton Thebes III lays 101 was seriously afllicted with a fever sore that was very painful De Witts Witch Hazel Salve cured me In less than a week1t Get the genuine Sold by AI S Grain A nice small Farm in Lae county for sale The Larkin Stamper place on the headof hoar Creek Nice welling goad storehouse cribs and burn never failing water well fenced Price rea unable and terms easy For partlcu tars apply to SAl JETT- WIncbeiter XV IM +t Job IriiiUng Remember TUB NBWS is pro pared to print letterheads note fheads billheads statements en velopes cards labels receipts invitations 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 office and you will find it to your advnntnjje to have us do your work We also print posters pam 1 phlets and everything usually turned Out by n country oilicc- TIK3 WANTED lOCOOTIes on ilrer above this plncf For particulars cellon or address mi ntluckion Ky 2tf M S CBUX Coal nnd Timber Land Wanted W1on hundred thousand acres of c mt Dud Umber InniU In Eastern Kentucky for CASH fur Eastern Capi talists toCE t1uITIr Lexington Ky THE COMMONER MR BRYANS PAPER Now It the time to secure Mr Ary an paper All democrats need the pa per nod Mr Brj an need the support and conpernttuii oj all true friends of reform The Commoner has commenced to organize the democratic lusts for 1008 Mr Hryana iidvucacj ellclllllliorpopulrr vote direct legislation the overthrow of private monopolies tariff reform and other Issues insures Interesting nnd Instructive rending as well as new life tb the party The Commoner and HnnATiiirr GOUNTT saws both one year for the low prlcn of ft 35 Ue ular prlcu of The Commoner 100 Thus infer ap plies to both new mid renewal nub scrlptlons Address all orders to inn linKATiUTT COUNTY NEW e A dally for 1100 a IB tomelhliiR the JllhllChls lung desired The OhlcKK Dally Uevienr I a delight ful family dully giving all important news market reports and many muter eel hug department for mm women sad children is sent to subscribers fr- U a year 76 cents for 6 months 50 cents fur 3 monllm Subscribe today nddreisThP Chicago Review 1809 CocaCola Building Chicago Illinois J27 6O HOT SPUING S J1O7O Deadwood nnd Iondvlllc and return from Chicago daliy via the Chlcaeu NorthWentern Ity Correspondingly tort rates from other points The black Hills region Im great natural sanltarum of tho West is onn of the must picturesque sputa in the World and well worth n visit Information and tickets can he secured from sour home agent Illustrated Black hills liooklet with valuable map mailed on receipt of 4 cents in stamps by WU Kniskern Chicago FOR SAIiK usplendid milch cowl 11n1 B Haglni j + Rt-L RAILROAD TABLES Lexington Eastern Ry LOCAL T1MK TABLE Effective het 10th 1001 West hound 4o NOJ r Dilly Dally Cx Sunday Us Sunday AM lY- Lv Jackson tJ26 225 UK Junction 029 230 Ueattyville JunTJO B2tJ Torrent 747 847 Natural bridge ROt 401 Stanton 8 28 480 Clay City 837 UO Winchester 923 1i O- Ar Lexington 1010 fi05 A East Jl1dNn No 4 DallyesPM AM lv Lexington 225 745 Winchester 310 826 Clay City 3R8 918 Stanton 400 923 J Natural Bridge 435 0 IH Torrent 449 1008- Healtyvllle Jun 611 1028 O A K Junc Otl 1128 Ar Jackson 016 1130 Jfos 3 and 4 make cloim cnnnectlon for Cannel City and points on Ohio A Kentucky Railway Division dally er cept Sunday Not 1 and 2 connect at L S K Junc tion with Chesapeake Ohio for Mt Sterling and focal points Truing Nc B I 2 connect at lleatly ville Junction with 7E A for fleshy vllle J RlUnR Gen Mgr CIIAS SCOTT G P A O K It Y w Elective May 22ml 100- 1East hound vest Bound Y 4- w E E a w STATIONS y N H tH AH DIAM AR IM AR AM IV FM LV 930 235 Jnrknon 1120 300 925 230 OVK Juno lltSB 88S 843 158 Wlllnr t 1162 411 530 152 Hampton 1158 431- r30 128 Lee City l2i 610- HI 122 llelechnttit 1228 61F 715 105 Oannel City 12M5 545 kM IV fit IV PH AR IM AK Westbound Paisenser Train connects at O k K Junction with train which leaves Iexlncton at THO am Eastbound rmsongrr Train connects at U h K Junction with train whluh arrives nt Winchester 620 and LeI Ington at 805 pm M L CovLIT Sunt Louisville Atlantic Ry In effect July 18th 100L No 5 No 6 Arrive Leave- P31 A M Stations 015 L K Jackson 0 2- ItpnltyvilloJctGOO 7 30 4 60 Mcaltyvllla 7 4- Ileidelburg130 802 312 Irvine 02 2 15 Richmond 1020t Sol sua Xo4 No 2 PM I M A lOOP M Irvine 235 A M 1165 810 Richmond 345 000 124 7 40 Vnlley view 4 15 8 14 1100 7 10 Nichcilai vllle 4 43 8 65 1015 0 31 Vergjllle 636 765 740 360 riuUvllJe B 15 1040 Lv hv Ar Ar llIlSmtili GF k PA- Verfallle Ky IJLUIJ OUASS TRACTION CO Georgetown and Lexington Trite tion Company Oars leave Lexington fur Paris every hour from 0 am to 7 p in and lit 0 p in Leave Purls every hour from 7 a in to 8 p in and at 10 p in Single tare 40 cents Leave LeSlnuton rot Georgetown ev cry hour from 7 a 1111 to 1 p in except 11 a in 1 p m8 p in II lid 10 p in Leave Georgetown every hour from 0 a m to 10 p ml except 10 a m 12 m and 7 and 01 m Y ALEXANDKIlPmldent FARM FOR SALE ICO acres 2 tulles south of Indian KlehN known us n part of the Indian Olll Field A hotiro with 7 rooms intern nt the door with nil the other lecesHiiry out luilhling outs stuck born use tobacco barn Rulltclent to hold 4 acres of tobacco Churches and school convenient Thu farm in well watered and fenced There Is n ruler rounif orchard of something over 100 apple trees In bearing selected fruit mil on or address me at Indian Fields Ky G W ALIKN a a I have several hundred deeds re corded during my term of nlllee na Jountv Clerk Thee are vulinible to tha owners of the land and I would bl glad for them to call pay the tree and take them out J Wise Iloglns i O O t crIt IiP RAWFoRb jnes aRoPHv p p cvoNr I Look lleoreX rt- A You Purchase i Say dill you know wo had the iouJE I trou can spend money anywhere but when it comog down to now nptodnto right priced glltdgllClnlllu please the customer nllll pleasure to sell of inurolmndiitK we Imvo it SHOESa All undo to fit well and wear well hobby nUll drossymind na choapIS others sell old shop warn num It ill not possible for e any duller in the country to offer bettor goods at the iftino 1 rice Ask nn 3- Dress lady in town whore to buy yourIGoods and Notions The verdict is unanimous ITruly your friends i A1 PeCO j ackson onfuck d IICIC c I I Ii AcSS2 52S2Si S2SiS 52S2S25iSiblOM DAY lrtilenl J SUIUJoI IIIAl JlItlluhhrjWWIIA WFOIID Vice President JOII1 ANA 1I JAJJt Ant Our li 3i I JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK 3 i u Jackson Kentucky fl Paid up Capital and Surplus 2650000 jg n Y a e Wo solicit tho Dunking IJusinoss and Accounts of m Lumber Manufacturers Ii Timber Dealers i rn m Business MCi- iMerchants 3 m ttThroughout Eastorn Kentucky aid offer our Customers tho most 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