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I PREIATHITFcQuNTY NEWSI 21Vlss DOLLAR= IN ADVANCE I Volume IY Jackson Kentucky Friday February 17 1905 Number 18 ITtwill accept advortiioinoritTT on n guaranty that our pnpor has more thnn twice thu circulation in liroathitt Oountyor any paper published Our paper goes to ev ory post office in Perry County and almost every ono in Leo Ma gollln Owsloy1 Volfo und Knott k Counties If you want to roach thomoun ttiin trndo try tin ad in the HKKATII irr CoiiMTV NKWS 0 t KIILTHE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNCO wITlfDrKingsNew rrlceFOnSurest and Quickest Cure for all I THROAT and LUNG TROUB 1 LES or MONEY BACK I J W Dean Contrnctor for Brick and Stone Work Limo and Cement for snit Give him n emit whun needing anything in his line JACKSON KY a BUY THEII t Wiit 1miNE Deters You Purchase Any Other Write d THE NEW HBME StWINQ MACHINE COMPANY ORAItQE MAUI Many Sorlnc Machine art mid tot 1l retard Ins ol quay tNt the Xcw IlunleIs nod to w ar Our ruarantjr MW runs put Wi melee Swing MachlMt to suit All condMnr Ctlhttrtd TheXvwttnlnostandtalthb- ead ohUIIIJraamllJ sawing maIM hold tif nnlliorlr l tlrnlrm tmly rox AIr er James M Richardson Co- Oonornl Agents Kleotrlo Wda CM3VI3LAN1 WantedOno riiotunnd Men and Woman b paps tuft Ch II Service Kxnminntlon fo the follonlng Unlit tjlntca QoVfrn ment ioltlon NAME OF POSITICN Department Uiiinoh- AB UmltUO und over Clerk Mule or Fnimlo Stenographer Mute or Female 8l niirai JicrI ndTjcwrltor Mnl t FnnnloHuukkeeper Mnleor Female Unllvviir Mnll Ulurk Ago 18 to 8 A r SOiind over Custom iliniNu Itnuicli Ago Limit o andover iajr Inuppctor Clerk Mhle or Fiinnlo AtoUtnnt NVulglicr llossenger SnnipleryI v tnnu llrniiclr ARC UinltUl tool over0Olcik OniiKorSlnrekcoper I stOllc Branch Clerk Mate or Finn do 18 to 4 Clerk Carrier For Information ni to rrqnlrpmeitl AdilronU Box fi85 Lexington Ky II f f Iq 1 The ease l txwiUrttYlor BTKVnVS nJILIi- 5lISYLIaIISUOTGUNS tnitatfeet theilermof IedaednIIledleartsternsQmakeYw41laelIraltenIotal w IMMTCI bate U lluatlng 1T8 A STEVENSh uJD UAKAKTJIU FOR pUAL I TY and lanes 11I1Ia161cnIdOur LIDO Rifles from 300 to f150 Pistol from 350 to SO ahotuai from 750 to 39 DONT PAIl to itn1 1lukleuedealeranlhnhl =of reW rtrmnre awAdulAthcmktusho sad 01 to nil fovea zwUlahlpdJOCteIJftlO Ieterarat IN the fat Ifdul reodpI of futenalnw-aplalyitatage y lilT rUZILBI The tteuVanity till tpulll IRBU upon request J STEVENS ARMS O TOQL CO Po BOX 4ool cuiooES PALL MAls U c7 II AHK JIIIK 1IOUNTAINEEHS PART INDIANS EDITOH UUKATIIITT NKWS I have just rend what purports to be extracts from an interview with ltdV Thomas Cooke arch deacon of the diocese of Loxing ton In which he is quoted as as sorting The origin of the Kentucky mountaineer is accounted for in partIndillncharacteristic In the early days prisoners wore sold into slavery and brought to America to work fur the rich plan tern They were as a rule an uneducated low class of people and hind idiom into dis grace in their own country When tlio negroes were imported they took the place of the white slaves who were fr+ ted The whites had nothing and moved westward froth Virginia to make their livingas they could Most of them settled on the eastern slopes of the moon tains and on the western slopes woio the Indians I lIloV became friends and intermnrrhxi- tho result buing n now class of humanity the defendants of which inhabit the Kentucky mountains today To thin facts of this intoiview HH a whole and in particulars vo enter our resjKclfiil but earnest protest There is not one family out of ono thousand of the prud emit inhabitants of the Cmnbur lands whoso parentage may bo tracud either to the Indians or io those white slaves who had own freed by the plant rs The great mnjorftyof them art pure Seoteli Irish and Hugue not stock They are dojcciulantri jf families who hind Leon promi etruplesalmost no illturmillglillJor other blood from immi rntion to time present The alle gation that theyof Indian mind tiondaiu white slave blood is not supported by the facts of history or genealogy tor two or three decades lifter ho Itevolution almost incessant truama of population Vowed into Kentucky through time Cumber land Dig Stone and other Gaps moat of theta actuated by hope of buttering their earthly fortunes pushed on to richer lands of the Ohio grass basin Many of the boldest and most port loving out of these jurronts of immigration and set led at choice places in the moun wins through which they worn passing Tho beauty of these highlands miagnlftcencef raino and fish the fertile little wtNeys onticed umaayof thom They carried with thorn as re vompense for military services patents for lands from a few hun imp to thousands nUll even iiuiny thousands of acres They located these patents on lands bounded mostly bystreams aid water sheds A most cursory review of time early books of tho laud ollice will dhow who theso patentees wore iud that they bore Scotch Irish i nd Huguenot names and more modern records show that those lands remain in time hands of their lineal descendants AVo may easily understand that ho great distances between settle nents and tho utmost impassable paths communication trn ors ng mountains and crossing rivers as they did would make it very lillicult to maintain churches mud ichoola if they had desired to do o but these wayside settlors hind nora taste fur hlinting and fish hug than for educational mad moral uturo As wo gather thoir his o y their contact with tho Indians wai not of a love making or mat I generaionradian lighters and export wool nen hunters and jishermon and imotent of hooks the second and i hint tJnurntioll9 increasing more o J lacy inherited the patriotism tnd traditions ant the mental Imticalvigor of their fathers as veil as their tastes for sports and lizards Vw timid many of theso charac eristics now though the circum atancas which rise to and do + diBlLppcnroo11y treed as their fathers did in stalk ing wild game they talk in soft ov tones as to esipo detection by iiti enemy They toll tho truth I t ct 1Polor 1 b nor minimize Thoy ore strong bold and hospitable close and ac curate observers astonishing sharpness of sight and hearing Hut and killlllrus they are you mayread faces tho legend written under tho old Scotch rt Who touches mo gets hurt- Many of them are ignorant of books but not of nature They observe anti think quickly nnd nor curntoly Theii memories are very retentive Many of them arc nat uralists botanists ornothologists and ichthyologists without know ing the meaning of these terms That there is a cent of des permute and dissipated diameters among tho men and n few reck loss and abandoned women is alas too true but not so large n cent of these as may bo found in Inyor our largest cities is also true Tho almost total absence of pits sable rods has shut thom in and has shut out from them the better educational social and religious conditions prevailing in such prox illlitJon either side The allegation that these bold generous hospitable strongmind neighbors about us in Dreathitt Perry std Leslie counties are n new class of humanity and tie scendants of Indians std white Virginia slaves in n slander which vrorcpol MILKS SANDKIW PorryDCounty Kentucky Send fn Your Items Dont hesitate to send in nn item which will bo of interest to your friends TUB NKWS wants every item which will be of inter est to any subscriber A Daily and a Weekly Paper for 250 We have made arrangements Ly which wo CUll furnish the Louis villo Daily Herald and the JJuKATiinr COUNTY NKWS both one year for tho very low price of 8250 or tho Weekly Louisville herald and the BUKATIIITT COUNTY NKWH both one year for 100 This offer is good only for n short time and those who want a daily paper should take advantage of it at once Vanamaker on Advertising greatIltilndelphia said There is onlyone way to nd vortiso nnd that is to hammer your name your location your business so constantlyso persistently so peoples heads that if tho walked in sleep tine would constantly turn thoir faces toward your store Tho newspaper is your best friend in spite of your criticism It helps to build up the community that supports you When tho day cornea that tho newspapers nro dead tho people arc near tho edge of the grave with no ono to write their epitaph Deserved Popularity TD ecru Constipation curl Liver trou bles by gently moving the bowels nnd acting as a tonic to the liver take Little Early Uisers Geese Famous Lit tie Pills oru mild i nsnnt snit harm leap but effective and sure Their unl vortnl use for many years In a strong guarantee of their popularity and use fulnpts Sold by M S Orntn onlydrinkbe so nervous remarked train ed nurse tho other day Nearly every physician will recommend woman who is sulfuring from tier vous prostration or nervous ex haustion to drink lots of water be tween meals but many women who do not come under n doctors care would feel better and look butter if they should drink say a quart ofwater in time course of the day Take advantage of ono of our newspaper combinations while they last That TleUllns In time Throat One infinite after Inking Ono Minute Cough Cure time lidding In time throat is gone It nets In the throat not the stomach Harmless good fur children A L Spofford poslnmstrr nt Chester lIch says Our little girl was tie cun ctoua from utrongulntlon during a sudden and terrible attack of croup Three iluses of Ono Minute Cough Cure halt an hour apart speedily cured her I cannot praise One Minute Cough Cure too much for what it hM done in our family It always gives relief Sold by M S Grain c r l r f 7 Farmers Should Read I The lawyer or tho doctor is sup posed to bo well i tnd in time litir nturo of his profeshion There is no reason why the farmer should not seek to be as well rend along the line of his work this rending possibilities mire now very large This is as it should bo No other occupation brings ono in closer touch with so many of the profoundest facts of life No man cnn hope to apprehend these or to be successful even intone branch of ngriculturo without seeking toi incorporate into his Own the best results of the work of others Progress in agricujturo is not so much the result of what a few men of genius have done ns it is tho result of the pntipnt work of thousands of toilers who have given to it the skill of their hands and the best thought of their minds limo farmer of today can be nil that these thousands Of his fellow workers have helped t9make him Hut it is only throughlhe rending and tho study of the literature of his occupation tl nt ho1 can realize these possibilities t But do wo go far criough when we advise farmers to read simply ns farmers f Is not the man more that tho farmer Certain it is that a man is always more than his work No man should slake farming the end of life but should rather make it n minister of life Tho growing of tho largest crops nnd tho breeding of tho best nni mnls is not so important as tho development of himself in character anti manhood Not nilof a far mers tending should bo of tin ag ricultural nature but some of it should bo of such Ilindus to develop himself as n man to increase his general knowledge to broaden his view of life and to give him wither sympathies lie was born n amend dieda grocer wits said ofoho Some thing of the kind might be said of somo farmers The farmer who gives some attention to his own mental improvement will bo more rather than less successful in his work Farming is a matter of the brain as well as of the hand Tho more he trains his mind to think the better ho will bo able to work out for himself some of tho prob lems of present day agriculture No ono cnn learn to think except by thinking And in order to think ono must furnish his mind with material for thought This will bo gathered by reading and study I think thy thoughts after theesaida wise philosopher of old So in thinking over tho thoughts of others and making them his own will ono learn to thinkMore than this tho farmer is not only an individual who is to develop in himself tho possibilities of tho race but ho is also n very important factor in our economic anti social lifo As such cannot dodgo tho responsibility which is laid upon him Ho is looked to as contributing a degree of stability to our political lifo This means an opportunity to make his infht once felt which should not be neglected More than most men ho is concerned in tho political nnd economic questions of our country IIo should seek to help settle theso in a way which will help both himself and the whole country For the necessary training and knowledge to help him in his work ho needs to read ITo must keep in touch with tho most important events of the layand understand tho history anti government of our country All this will not involve any great outlay of money or nn amount of timo beyond his control If these suggestions were car Iriellout by farmers generally not only become bet tor farmers bettor citizens and better men but life to them would have a larger meaning and rural communities would bo tho more worth living in And more than this their farms and property would ba increased in value for values rest not in real estato mind things but in the chnrntcr and condition of tho people among which they obtaintAmorican Agricul turist J I- y r ao e = r = FOR 1905 6 The Atlanta Constitution Greatest American Weekly Newspaper jJhe ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR Southi= j i The Souths Standard Literary Weekly FIFTY CENTS PER YEAR BOTH FOR ONLY 125 SENT TO ANY ADDRESS IN AMERICA IlItIIl ItI combination of these two weekly papers the one THE news the other purely literarymakes an Ideal offer for every Southern household e pagesi telligently presented Its agricultural features alone worth many times Its subscription price Its market Iare is always complete Its Womans Kingdom and Department are the best read and most appreciated pages at the fireside Its special articles and I contributions are of the highest standard THE 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Wubuctop IX U L 1 4i11uU 1I1flJ11 SOLID COMFORT in TRAVEL Menu- sJ1eiderorI I oute tree fftaclinlncr Chair Cary on alain balwean LOUISVILLEKentucky and ST LOUIS Colonist and jfcomo Decke Males to Me Wast and Southwest If you cnntemplntn n trip or n clinngp of locntliin In IIH near morn GIf TUB IIENDEU30N IJOUrKIIAHll It Is the comfort Iliif mind n comfort goodhabitAt least give us tiro opportunity of nnmliiK you rates Vo have the i qilp mont the train cnrvlcu the free chair cart und the rates WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT L J IKVVIK GEO L GARUETT Qen Passenger Agt Tv Passenger Agt HENDERSON ROUTE Louisville Ky SOlid your haute nnd address on n i a3tal card to the Now York Cityforreading it forward 1 to THE NEws and wo will send both pa pors for a full year 1 4 IiIILA J 1 3 one r uS 1 IDl11 H1lr getnu1 SEWING MACHINE ROLLER BEARING t HIGH GRADE by buying reliable IhlsIhigh graic ing machine ioycEST GUARANTEE 1 1 Seving Machine Co to tVnic Something New Valuable Tours T- OFLORIDAYin 5oittrr ailUJaYi And Queen Crescent Route Go Ono Way lloturn Another Winter tourist tickets good going vln Ailipvllle through the Land of the Sky mind beautiful sapphire country arid returning Tin Atlanta and Chatta nnocn or vice versa are now an sale nt LOW RATES Time Florida Limited solid trnin R triiin of lined Pullman Drawing llooin Sleeper and vtfptlhulvd soaches with Dining Oar service leaves Lvxing ton every morning via Queen Li Cros cent Route running llirouek without change to JnckionvilU via Chattanooga and Southern Railway The Chicago and Florida Special be + Klnnlnc January Oth coniiiting of Drawing Ilonm Sleepers ObcBrvatinn Cars eta will leave Cincinnati every evening except Sunday running through solid to St Augustine via hnitnnooca and Southern Railway with Dining Car service enrouto ihrmich Pullman Sleepers to Jacksonville from Cincinnati every uveiilng vin Knoxville Ashevllle and Savanah From Louisville connection with all of time above trauma II made at Lexing ton by trains of the Southern Railway For Land of the SKy book Win Iter llonius ruWer rates schedules or other information address r O D AILBV C P llusocnroRD A G IA Sou Ity DlASouRrv St Louis Mil Louisville Ky W O UlNKAUSON G P A Q de C KJtito Cincinnati 0 PROCURED6ondmodle s niferiiow to obUlD ptMnt Undo tunk copyrWMi ew IN ALL COUNTRIES Biulnia dbnl diM Htsklnglon rotes liar nilaIn Plnel ExclusivityWritBU mutt street ono Copse sutH Moat 0Ike WASHINGTON D C Not Fatal No Matter What Doc tors SayWe Know That Heart Trou ManyCases Cured There ore seven main features of heart disease viz 1 Weakness or Debility 2 Rheumatism or Neuralgia 3 Valvular Disorder 4 Dilation Vl 6 Enlargement 6 Fatty Degenera tion 7 Dropsy- Documentary ovtdenco Will provo thousands of socalled Incurables have been absolutely cured by Dr Mil V New Heart Cure Patients often have no Idea their dU ease is heart trouble but ascribe V to Indigestion Liver Complaint eteh vHere aro some of the symptomnskShortness of breath after Smothering Spells Pain In Chest left Shoulder and arm Discomfort in Lying on ono able Fainting Spells Nervous Cough Swelling of Feet and Ankles Paleness of Faco and Lips Palpitation p Nightmare Irregular Pulse I have great faith In Dr Mlles New Heart Cure and speak of Its merits whenever opportunity presents 1 can now go up and down stairs with ease where three weeks ego 1 could hardly walk ono block Ono year latorIam still In good health tile Heart Cure did BO much for me that I find It a far greater medicine tan you claimed It blla D YOUNO D D 637 North rtno St Natchez MlM Money back It drat bottle falls to benefit FREE writs us and we will mall you a oreo Trial Package ot- Ct Mlles AntlPaln Pills the New ktomyour enso ou what Is wrong end how to rightft Abllolutely Free Address DR MEDICAL CO LABOR lT01UE9 BLKIURT INDr tcto 1 J cz L o ohu JcIrealhilt 9uws J WISE IIAOINS Editor tfrlclny February 17 1005 rUOJESSIOXAIJCAUnS U J WISE IIAGINS ATTOUNEYArLAW Once over PostOffice JACKSOX KENTUCKY gTM business intrusted to him will lecelve prompt and careful attention uoc =EI i unnnnnnirnnnnnnnnnnnnnaiuii 1 L C ROARK i= LAWYER = = JAOKSON KENTUOKY 2 = Will practice In Breathltt and 3- s Magoflln Counties = i1111W1W1W1JW1lill11I1U111UWUU1111 ii H NNnNMN NN i G AV FLEESOH A II PATTON + IFLlmNOI PATTOJf I lN JAOKSON MM KENTUOKYI JOHN D WH I TE JjAWYElS Office over Bank Manchester Clay Co Kentucky Also Room 603 Kentucky Title Bldg Louisville Ky Will practice In State and U S Courls Invites correspondence touching New Era Co lauds in Owi ley or O V L Cu lands in Harlan or Cause Creek farm for solo in Clay Co Ky Upon application will Investigate and report value or tltlesor large tract of timber coal nnd oil lands located between Meshack Monroe county Ky and the load of Kingdom Come Latch or Co Ky feSSHSaSHHESESESESHSHSE ID LEETE DEURISiW CIVIL U AND SURVEYORS I Prompt Attention given to I all classes of work and I SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OFFIOE I JACKSON S KENTUCKY lSHSPSHSESESi cSS252SE i2Si525252525 East 25El IOONLEY BROWN COPE I i I CIVIL ENGINEERSANDSUBVEYOBS I rn Local Surveying n specialty ID Phone 30 Oflico in the old I Ilargis building I l JACKSON KENTUCKY I ls2 1252525252525252525a I 1-J ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE Wo are authorized announce GRANT IIOLLIDAY- ag1 a candidate for Representative from the 921 Legislative Distrlot composed of the counties of Itrpiuhitt Len mid MagolTin subject to the notion of the Republican party FOR STATE UEPRE3ENTA1 1 VK We are authorized to announce GEORGE W ARNETT 08 a candidate for Rppretentntive from tho 02d Legislative district com posed of the counting of Brealhitt Lee and Magofllri subject to the action of the Republican party FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce JOIN L STRONG as a caudldate for Assessor or Hreathitt county subject to the action of the Re pubticin party L S FOR SHERIFF I am n candidate for Sheriff of Jtroathitt County at the coming No v vember election BIIKOK CRAWFORD t Oopo Branch Ky Now is tho time to subscribe for newspapers and magazines Wo cnn save you money on anyJ you wish to take Pearl Combs who had been visiting friends and relatives in Perry county for the past two weeks returned home Tuesday Tim patent oflico is one of theI few bureaus of the government that pays its wayandadds to the government revenue Since 1837 it has been turning into the trens ury of the United States largo sums of money the amount thisI year approximating 20000 Twins it will bo understood is nIsurplus after nil the expenses ofI tho department are paid It is stated in the patent office that the year 1901 willexceed all others in tho number of patents issued More than 35000 were issued in 1IJQ3 but the figures for 1901 will bo in excess of 35000 This gives some idea of the mechanical tt progress of the United States a GOllKESPONDENGE uooTir Miss Etta Carroll loft for Camp ton Saturday to attend school Misses Mtiza Booth Rildn Cox Lucy Smith Violana Booth Dora Carroll and Thomas Booth C C Cox and Dorsey Ingram visited Mary Whisman Sunday Several people iron this part went over to Henry Campbells near neaten Branch to n birthday dinner Sunday in honor of his daughter Miss Dora All reported a good time and a largo crowd considering the rainy day There were several who could not find shelter NUl B F Fugatc has entered into the tie trade on Lost Creek Watts lost several hun IThomns the recent tide Pearl Campbell has begun largo log job on Lost Crock bndIJohn Grigsby has repaired hi mill and is now ready to grind corn for the public Harrison White who is attend lug Log College was visiting his homo folks last week FIXCASTLE Born to Luther Kincaid an 1 wife a boy C1 Stump has been quite sick for the past two weeks Jack Legg of Torrent was here on business a tow days ago J L McCoy tho internal sere nun man was hero last week IT S Shackclford made n business trip to St lichens Saturday The infant child of Henry Shoemaker was badly burned flaw dn s- Ingo ShoeI whiskyRevsi Ball and Stamper preached at the Christian church last Saturday and Sunday M F Stamper and wife were visiting their daughter at this place Saturday and Sunday Old Aunt Rebecca ProlHt died of old ago at her homo near hereon last Sunday She was 85 years of agoM Gentry our fur dealer says that with a few more slip ments like ho made last week he willsoon go out of business Miss Ada Shackclford accom panied by C B Oliver left last Friday for an extended trip to West Virginia where Miss Shack el fords sister lives Go Home When tired go home When you want consointion go home When you want fun go home When you want to show yon have reformed go homo an let your family get acquainted with tho fact When you want to show yourself at the best go homo and do tho act there When you feel like being extra liberal go home and practice on your wife and children first When you want to shine with more brilliancy than us ual go homo and light the whole household Home is tho best place of nllif wo would but make it so Dont Grumble This is n good country to live in but it might bo better There are some things that must bo straight cacti out before we shall have n really ideal government Wo sometimes thought we knew jus how to make all the rough places smooth but it can not be done by- findingsitting down at homo and fault That is the very weakest thing any of us can do It norm helps matters to grumble what counts is to take hold anti help There are many muddy holes along the road in this world if the wagon gets in up to the axle and is stuck fast you can do nothing better than to get a good hold of a spoke and lift like a One good tug counts for wore than n million groans Lent will bo late this year as Ash Wednesday is March 8th later than usual Palm Sunday is April 1G and Good Friday is- April in 21 Easter Sunday when ill tho world blossoms forth in lilies and new Easter bonnets comes April 23 a I TIiecnueoJlecntiso it brings Christians together 1 Because It tones up the community JlecnUse U pulls down geclnrinnlsm Because It Elrengtlirna dunomlita llon proportionately f Because it lets converts RO to IheI church they choose Because It a healthful at mosphere for COllcrtsIBecause it gets urerybjdy Interested in tho work UemuiHd it enlists the services ol the ChristiansBecause it impresses the sinner with his opportunity t Because it appeals to business and professional men Because it suspends business during the hours of service Because It opens the way to preach to men nt public works Became it makes it possible for special services in school BecausE it brooks lito the devils cliquesBecause it crowds oqt dances card parties and theatrical Because It does as definite work n individual meetings 1BICall80 it bfcomes easier to win oven for Christ Because It crcalts an ailpquato work lilt force Because it obtains concpsiilon tam1 favors while preparing fur it sBecause It i a in harmony with the BibleBecause it enables you to have n sweeping revival Because develops bigger nnd more uniellisli Christians ADS Lu7lNfu Lurrmi IJST List of unclaimed matter advertised by Daniel D Hurst postmaster at Jackson Ky Fibruary 17 and sent to the dead letter office nt Ulmhingfon 0 C for the we k ending March S 1005 Armstrong Dicie Byrd Bertha Cornett W M Ilarner J M Howard Lillian Junes Bertha Malone Pearl May Jim Illsner Alice Sewell nub Walls II S UVnver George II Peculiar Dlsnpittaraiice J D Runyan of Btitlcrvllle Olald- I the peculiar dl npenriuice or his pain ful symptoms of indigestion and hill ousness to Dr laua New Life Tills He says They are a perfect remedy for dizziness sour stomach headache constipation rte Guaranteed at The Jackson Drug Co price 25o To the Teachers noel Students- I would suggest that you give mac careful attention to your spelling There U nothing so mortifying as to receive a well written letter with the spelling bud nnd the only way Is to rise plenty of careful nitentln to the studyExaminations ate Retting mora Kgtd every year on spelling and more rail ures are more noticeable in tins branch than all others nnd Supornten lent are requested to grade closer on spell fug and arithmetic more especially than the other branches I make this suggest ion that you may be thinking about the examinations the time approaches Very truly yours HKVRV B NnniK Supt Fiendish Stillcrin Is often caused by spree ulcer and saucer that pal away your skit Win Bedell of Flat Rock lich says I have used Buckleirs Arnica Salve for Ulcers Sores and Cancers It U iho best henltii dressing I ever rlll1l11ll Soothes nnd heals cuts burns and scalds 25c at The Jackson Drug Co guaranteed Paxdw tls r depositions in a suit in court here Sam Farthing of l still countyI while cutting n hole in tho ice for his cattle to drink fell on tho ice breaking his thigh He is about seventy years old and his recovery is doubtful Revs Greenville Stacy anti I W Wheeler of Canoy passelI through hero Monday on their way home from where they lad beet holding a meeting at the Mouth of Huckhorn Miss Mattie Jutvis began a school in tho basement of the Baptist church Monday with Thiits was per pose of accommodating those who wero unable to attend tho Lees In stitute Charles II Duty of Mt Sterling who is deputy collector i tho Covington district is critically ill anti doubts era entertained his recovery Mr Duty was a school and class mute of ours in the school at Mt Sterling moro than twentyfive years ago Wo sincerely hope ho will recover After being out only 20 minutes the jury sitting in tho case of James Piersall the Lexington no gro charged with criminal assault on Mrs Lucy Wagoner returned verdict fixing the penalty at tenth Piersall makes the fourth negro now confined in tho Lexing Ibdepth OUR BARGAIN LIST peoplershould rend and keep posted on tho events of tho day and in order that our friends tiny hue the best nt n very small price wo havo made arrangements by which woI can furnish two papers for almost tho price of ono 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time Louis villa Daily Herald and tho BUKATHITT COUNTY NKWS both ono year for tho very low price of 82UOor the Weekly Louisville Herald and the BHKATIIITT COUNTY NKWS both one year for 8100 This offer Sa good only for n short time and those who want a daily paper should take advantage of it at once Young brad 3 Fatally liiirncd Miss Minnie Watson of Mt Sterling aged nineteen years was horribly burned at tho home of her father Henry Watson manna gar Of the Eastern Kentucky Tele phono Company Miss Watson was standing in front of tho grate just otter dinner with her back to tho lire Her dress ignited and when she discovered tho thanes she began to run screaming through tho house The clothing was literally burned from her thenhead and tho entire body burned herfgarments were removed Mr Watson her father who is mana ger of tho Jackson Telephone Ex change is overcome with grief Time girls mother tiledn few months since Tho burns proved fatal and Miss Watson died Wed nesday evening William Gabbard of Elkatawa was n caller at our office Monday Tho ScobecWilliams spoke fac tory at Winchester was burned last Wednesday about noon entail ig a loss of about 30000 with 14000 insurance v k MARRIAGE IN MEXICO lion till Inunitniient null AVntillns Ccreiiionlin Arc Cclelirntvil The Mexican people tiro hospitable too fault always welcoming their friends even though they hove not enough to eat themselves And they rellglounly visit tho sick I nc I mil11 u those who taro contiiKloiM disease They are ul addicted to public uoclnl functions tho Invariable mode of entertainment being the deuce They are tumid of music though not profitlout lu the art of tanking It probably more from luck of opportunity than front luck of capac Icy The violin and guitar are the usual Instruments of music time repertory of the local imislcliuis being usually him ited to a few tunes which ate In equal demand for the dance and for tho fu nerd One of the most Interesting and beauS tiful of the social functions Is the prcn dorlo When a young umau wishes to marry ho asks for the girl of his choice of the parents not of the girl herself mid If she Is given the prtuldorlo at once follows ushered lu by shooting and demonstrations of joy The bride nod bridegroom mire publicly presented to their future parents Inla v after Which time company past lu procession In trout of the couple each one drop plug n piece of money Into the hands of the bride Then follows the Inevita ble dance This public betrothal la con sidered almost as bludlug as inufrlncc amid 1 have beard of but one Instance lu which the compact was not kept tile tocreaut bridegroom lu that case being visited with ostracism The betrothal Is usually followed by marrlngo just us soon tig the services of the priest can bo secured The nmrrlnge corumouy Is followed by n feast more notable for the abundance of thing to drink than for timings to eat mud by the usual dance Indeed tho festivities ore often prolonged for several nights after tbs wedding Southern Workman THE AGE OF STARS Color Ata the Aitronumer In Sink hall lain Calculation An n star contracts from time Bur tonndlntr nebulous matter front which It was thrown off Its temperature rUo and with this augmented seal occurs a chaugo bull lu the stars spectrum and color Tlcdhot Iron III not nearly so lot ns whtto hot Iron By observing the ra rlous change In tint which the mete undergoes the foundrymau Is able ti tell with considerably accuracy its de gree of heat A somewhat similar method of gaugliiK a stars temperature anti therefore Its age li relied upon bj the itstronouier Color then und sped troscoplc nnulysU enable time uatroi flier to estimate the ago of orbs that ore only boglnnlus to exist as stunt and others whoso light Is fast fading After hiivlni coagulated nH It were from n nebulous tunas a star assume a color that may he best described at an Intense bluish while much like that ot the electric mire Stars of that hue are therefore In their Infancy Then comes the white stage followed by tho yellow orange and red each succeed Inr hue IndlintlliiB greater celestial nn tlqulty than tha last Up to the yellow period the slur ad It contracts grow hotter and hotter Ticn n gnidnul cool ing takes place Accompiinylni time changes lu color era change In the spectrum of tho star changes that In dicate u modincatlon In phy lial stray tune lu the bluUh white period of u stars Infancy the characteristic wide lines of hydrogen gins prctlondnate In tile spectrum As tho color changcn tho Hues of calcium magnesium and Iron appear the hydrogen lines gradu ally becoming thinner mind those of calcium broader Itooklorvra Maga zinc TrnlHo In Ilumnn Skin The skin grafting cxpcrliuvnU which have sewn so successful of recent years have ltd to n new funs of livelihood which U fairly remunerative Several of the London hospitals have on their books time naniiM amid addresses of many men tumid women who have un dertaken to sell portions of their cuti clo whenever time necessity arises cud It Is said hat quite a regular traffic U now being done In the buying and sell lug of human skin The persons who are willing to sacrifice their flesh for money mute by no means confined to the poor und destitute class London Mull Take advantage of ono of our newspaper combinations while they last Allof the Cabinet members have sent in their resignations to the President All will be reappointed except Postmaster Goner al Wynne who will be appointed Consul General to London Unusually Low Colo mist Rates FEBRUARY 21 and MARCH 21 Homescekcrs Rates February 21 and March 7 and 21 VI- ASouthern Railway To in Arkansas Colorado Indian Territory Oklahoma lan sas Nebraska Now Mexico Texas territoryA low one way and round trip rates are offered on tho above dated to those wish inKto visit or settle in time WBST and OUTJlWJtsr THE SOUTIIKHN RAILWAY hums its own lino and runs two solid trains daily from Lexington Louis ville and intermediate points to ST LOUIS For rates schedules and full in formation apply to T W CREWS T P A Lexington Ky G 11 ALLEN A G P A St Louis Mo 0 II IIUNGEUFOltpD P A Ie 1 i DAY BROSC- OMPANY r r Wholesale and Retail have the most complete stock of tr GENERAL MERCHANDISE Ever brought to Jackson Consisting of D1 gJflQOdSt j Gll1JOItSt IoItIiiitq f itkf- I w t fi IStWe have the finest Mlle of shoes in EnstIern Kentucky Our mens shoes are of the latest style For the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buyTM flillinery GoodsDepartment is under the man agement of Miss Nettie Combs who can show you The Latest Style Hats direct from New York City Also FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS In all the Latest Patterns and weaves Fresh MarketsIf 1jngS or FURNITURE We are the people you are looking for we have it by car loads to suit every body Come and see us our HiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiJuimiiHiriiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiuiimiiiHiintPi 1 Prices Are AH Right DAY BROS tHf r i 4r COMPANY fr I ltfII Jacson xentYuc T ii if It lqt t + 1 z The Breathitt News L1IIdellallet Every Krldny Local and PersonalI u II S Chapmanhot Quickfnml I wiis hero on busircts Tucuiiy- f Calvin Hack of Quicksand was JIm Jackson Saturday v r P v Rtuhotelm i wnshereW 0 lof EIIcn fawn wit S here on business Wednesday John M Tester of Wolfe conn ty was in Jackson Monday and Tuesday Shirt sale nt Osborns no w to make room for spring styles and weights W B Cardwell has accepted position as deputy in the Circuit Clerks oflice James Herald has moved into tho house he recently purchased on liuhlnmlnnnue A full end complete lino of gro ceries fresh and clean with no seconds ut Oslmrns Henry K Hack find wife return1 ed Monday from n visit to W l Cope and family of Simpson Mrs Scott Hartholomcw nnd i daughter of Robbins were in town Monday shopping William Baker of Wlmrton Wits in Jackson Saturday on his way homo from down the river Rev U L Hakcr will preach at tho Baptist church hero next Sunday Subject Foot Washing The L E the L Nand tho C O railroad companies will soon erect n union dejjot at Lexington I am closing out n line of mens womens and boys underwear at cost 1 M Osiioitv Misses Louise Caldwell and Kvalyn llyrd Kay of tho Insti tote faculty spent Saturday visit lug in Lexington Rev J O Bow Io7 MIouille is preaching at the Bnp t ttist church nt Ilcnttyvitlo and much good is being accomplished Demosthenes Noblo lilts moved from Noble to nmbric where he hits taken n position wth the llrcnthitt Coal Iron Lumber Company You can find limo most uptodntlI and the greatest variety of dlcsI and work shoes at J M Osborns Prices are for quick sales and smnll profits Than Kichie who lives near Lnmbric lost his house by lire last Wednesday a week ago IllI and his wife wore away from home at the time mud nothing WIlSI saved It is not known how the fire originated Edwin T Preston missionary of tho Soul Winners Society WIII Jicre Tuesday 1 lo lilts two churcho and Sunday schools one near the mouth of Quicksand nnd tho other 1 near tho Hound llottom on Quick sand Ho is doing a good work Dr J A Tnulbco nail family w will leave next Monday for Inon port O T where tho Doctor minx some lots and will build n house The Doctor will return in n few weeks to resume his practice but it is the intention orI his fatally to remain there SOIlI time visiting Mrs Tuulbcos three daughters who live in Oklahoma Matt Crawford who has been in businnss hero for tho past twoI yentas closed out last Tuesday shipping stock fixtures etc to Lexington Ho will return to Athol his former home where he will engage in farming 1 H Creech who has beet with Mr Crawford will return lo Monica whore ho will shortly engage in business for himself In another column will bo found tho advertisement of J It Blake who will open upji stock of gen oral merchandise nt his new store SntCJollegc avenue next Monday t rlllnko his been engaged in merchandising for the past fifteen years tho last ten years nt Lost Creek having sold his property there several months ago He rlr wants you to call and see his brand fz now stock of goods and find out howfcheap ho will sell them to you v 0 f6 fjJ tlP j f tr V ae- M wy Wf Heal Estate Deals A Deaton who sold his farm at Smith llranch some time ngo has purchased Henry Freemans farm on Pan Bowl Branch and has moved to that place Willie Strong bought of Alex Denton his farm on Pan Bowl Branch for 550 cash Mr Strong will move to it about March 15th Ho left hero two yeas ago and went to Howan county but like all Hruathitt county men who leave took advantage of tho first opportunity to return Circuit Court Next Monday Circuit court he ienext Monday which will marie the be ginning of tho second year of heIof his own selection as tho juries last year were of Judge Hedwinos choosing The dockets show ftO felonies 323 misdemeanors 158 equity and 00 common law cases There has been a marked improve ment in the last year but there is room for more When our law breakers find out that they will get punished they will cease to commit cringe Arrests by Deputy Marshal John Davis wins arrested by Deputy U S Marshal Wm Mays at Hoxcr lust Thursday Ho wits charged with retailing liquor with out license Ho was delivered to Commissioner H A Hurst and his trial set for February 20th Deputy U S Marshal William Mays arrested Cud Collins in Wolfe county charged with re tailing liquor without license and delivered him to Commissioner 1 M neatly of Heattyvillc who gave him n trial anti was discharged Charged With KmhczrIciuent M C Evcrsolo fUll James P Combs came mere Jondmtynailar rested E II Cornell former Sheriff of Perry county and took him buck to Hazard to answer for embezzlement Evcrsole and Combs were on Cornells bond as Sheriff of Perry county Ho re signed n short time ago nnd came this far on his way it is claimed to Oklahoma without settling up his indebtedness as Sheriff Hcnco the arrest It is hoped that lung lers will bo satisfactorily arranged Recital nt College by Miss Ray Miss Evalyn Byrd Ray will give n recital at tho Tees Institute chapel Wednesday evening February 22 nt eight oclock This is something of n diversion from the usual Washington birthday exercises as it has been customary to have declamatory or oratorical contests between the boys and girls of tho school but it promises to bo an occasion for the people of Jackson to ho given an opportunity to hear sweetest music nnd song mind to see and appreciate tho work and instruction given by Miss Hay Admission free The declamatory contest will bo held later in the season Tho Teachers Friend Prof S C Stevens business manager of the Southern School Journal published at Lexington was hero Tuesday and Wednesday in the interest of the Journal ThoI Journal is tho only regularly school journal published in Kenj tucks It is now issued in IIIIIInt zinc form and contains much more rending matter than formerly and wo believe it is one of the best of its kind published in the whole country It should receive a lib oral patronage from than teachers and others interested in education During his stay ho was time guest Henry S Harnelt formerly foreman of the School Journal but now foreman of TUB NEWS office THE DEATH HOIJi George Edward infant son of Mr and Mrs Charles J Sewell died Monday morning of memI branous croup after a short illness The funeral services were conducted at tho Baptist church Tuesday evening at 100 oclock by Rev It L linker Hurinl at Sowcll graveyard on time heights east of town Marinh Crawford colored died lust Tuesday of consumption after a long illness She was about 50 years old and leaves a largo family She was an honest hard working colored woman nnd had theI respect of all who know her ShoJ was a consistent member of church and left n testimony that I sIlo was going to the happy land tI f IIn I t INEWjCASH STORE OPENING SONG Hold the fort for lam coming Keep your money still dollarsrThau most others will I mean by buying goods at my store uuhuI will open my new store house in sz OESOlr E MONDAY FEBRUARY 20 With a full lino of General Merchandise strictly nil NEW GOODS which I propose to sell for cash al LOWER P1UCES than over before known in Jackson Tho public is cordially invited to come anal convince themselves that I will do nil I promise Vatch those columns in next weeks issue ThereIshould BongwYours to s- ervoJRBLAKEt y Tome Girls the nest A man in Fayetlc county who secured his wifo through n matri monial agency is trying to secure n divorce Just another instance of finding that mull order bargains are not just as representedand I that a much better guide of the slime article can bo obtained nt home Good enough for him he ought to patronize home industry Tho home grown article is usually the best liiirncil With His lone Francis Clemons an old man about 70 years oldWILe burned to lentil in his own house on Two Mile creek a tributary of South fork of Quicksand about fifteen milts from here about ten days ago IIo lived alone in n wilder ness place about two miles from his nearest neighbor No ono knows tho cause of tho ire Ills charred bones wore found among the ashes of his former home He had lived in seclusion for several years Hunt Site Selected Tho Legislature adjourned lust Friday after passing time bill authorizing tho Capitol Commission to buy what is known ns the Hunt property located in South Frankfort nt a cost not exceeding 10 000 for time location of tho new theri early spring The buildings on tho present situ will remain the property of time State and will bo used by tho State even after tJIOI completion of time now Capitol which will bo nbout three elusI from now- Wesleya11 College Destroyed I y Fire The Kentucky Weslcyan ColI logo building at Winchester wns burned lust Tuesday morning The lire originated from one ofi tho furnaces in the building The building and contents were valued at 85000 which is a total loss the insurance on time property was only 20000 It was built inI 1891 maul was the ollicial school of the Southern Methodists of Ken 1i111lersburS the courts Tho college will be continued in temporary quarters for the present Time building will be rebuilt I HAltlUAGBS Price Noble nnd Orlcna Spencer both of Turkey wero married Wednesday llurt Banks anti Betty 1nneI Sizcmoro both of Clay Hole wero I married last Thursday Esq J 15 I Noble officiating Tcstcrmnn BnckoC Jackson nnd Miss Lulu Taulbcc of Days boro wero married Wednesday at thin homo of the brides parents Mr and Mrs J W Tnulbco The groom is a merchant mere anti time bride who is a daughter of ox superintendent JIV Tnulbee is wellknown having Jived hero for more than n year The bridal party arrived hero Thursday afternoon TUB NEws extends congratulations Maple Syrup and prepared Buckwheat flour at Osborns dF l io L Witnesses Summoned T M Pythian Tipstaff of the Court of Appeals came upMonii day and served subpoenas on nj number of witnesses to appear in tho Court of Appeals next Satur day February 18th in the case of Ilargis c vs Watts Parker c Judge of Fayctte circuit court This is nn nn action brought to de cide whether Fayetto or Brcnthitt county has jurisdiction to try tho indictments found against Ilargis Callahan c for the murder of lames Cockrell Hold to U S Court John Innd Cess Holbrooks were brought before U Hom missioner Hurst on last Friday on the charge of shooting and wound inS revenue ofliccrs It will bo remembered that Deputy Collector J L McCoy in company with Sherman Cope anti Henry Freer man went on n moonshine raid in Magoflin county some time Inst August nnd located n still on the head of Licking river They found it in a deep ravine nnd nt once proceeded to demolish it and destroy its contents They had scarcely begun their work when they were lived on from ambush two shots striking Deputy McCoy mind slightly wounding him The shiners escaped and were not ap prehended or arrested until lust week when they wero brought I before Commissioner Hurst for IIttemptedllto Holbrooks wns successful nnd was acquitted but John M was held to answer under a bond of 500 in the U S court at Frankfort Stivers Discharged J E Stivers depot agent at time O K Junction was brought before U S Commissioner R A 4 Hurst Friday on tho charge of postI+ tnlwnInhoutto tho postoflico and converting it I his own use Ho conducted till postoflico in a store in connection 1 with onoM A Hughes and someI tithe in Inst October he oflice over together with its funds postnuastter lars belonging to tho office for which ho tookn receipt from Hughes Shortly afterwards Post thllt10llicO that the store was indebted to time oflico in time sum of eightytwo dollars IIo reported this to tho authorities and n warrant was is sued for Mr Slivers Ho was arrested and upon examination it was shown that ho was guilty of no misconduct or mismanagement of time oflico Tho law firm of Copo Son of Jackson represented Mr Slivers in Ihb Com missioners court Mr Slivers was formerly sist ant depot agent hero for time L E railroad and stands well in thisI community IIo has mummy friends hero who wore anxious as to tho outcome of tho investigation S B Holliday has been ap pointed Sheriff of Perry county to succeed E 1L Cornell resigned t FOUNTAIN PENS Best Make J oo TO 250 Everyammo FiLLYa- ARANNTTED to give entire satisfac tion HEINTZ JEWELERE Opp PJurnix LEXINGTON KY FOUNTAINPENS REPAIRED PRCESFOR LOWERQuillijr aatKinl r a tiy other Needles Oil Repairs roe AU MU3 AT SINGER STORE Needles for all makes of machine8 5c per package Southeast corner Main and Broadway Jackson Ky IA FREE PATTERN I fyonr own election to ererr sub scriber Only 10 cuts a year MS CALLS MAGAZINE A LADIES MAGAZINE runtfarfwork i household his fiction Me Sub corLad11AbsolutelyPerfect I BCALLPAITEPJIS All Sums Allowed vA Ptrftritlois wow tlM Biltlta ltd SIQ linn htgberIII31IWI7Wft3Ut St NEW YORK I Wathes I OLOCKS I Silverware Silver Novelties and nil kinds of first cluss Jewelry call on S D FLEENOR JEWELER AND OPTICIAN JACKSON KY h1 I Li Tho Sick Miss Eliza Little of Cano Creek is on time sick list this week Mrs T W Clark who has been sick for some time is no better St Valcnlirtos day passed off very quietly Tuesday with no fatalities and few casualties save an unprecedented full in the tem perature which marked it as one of tho cqldest days of tho season Co J l- r FCYOIN Look before Sou Purchase Say did you know wo had the I ci OF OOb TouJ4C I You can spend money anywhere but when it comes down to now uptodate right priced giltedgedalne please tie R customer nnd pleasure to sell of merchandises we have it SHOES o All made to fit well nnd wear well nobby and dressy andas cheap as others sell old shop worn stuff It is not possible for any dealer in the country to offer better goods at tho same 5 price Ask any lady in town where to buy yourIDress Goods and NotionsT- he t verdict is unanimous Truly your friends A P CRAWFORD CO facksonJKonlllcky II Ladies Fine Shoes II I IIICourtneys Shoes FOR SALE BY A P Crawford CoI II II FOR SALE Pure bred Golden Bronze Turkeys White Pekin Ducks Cornish Indian Game and Single Comb Brown Leghorn Chickens Eggsbin season Place your orders early Our eggs are guar anteed to bo strictly fresh and from wellmated pure bred fowls OV PRICES ARE i lQT I M M Hagms I I uERY COW RPTEs TO I WEST aid VIA SOU5iWEST Southern Railway II Irow round trip rnr every flrcl third TUESDAY in each month VERY CHEAP ONE WAY ANT ROUND TIIIP RATES I February and March 21 TWO TRAINS DAILY LEXINGTON ASH ST JITWKFNI No chance ot cars dining Clmlr Curs II VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY for Information W CREWS T P A IlWrite Main St LRXISOTOV KY W H Henderson Ayres Street Opp Pon Oflhe LEXINGTON KY UKALKR I- NGrain Seeds Food Wheat Rye Harley Oats anti Corn Glover llmnihy Millet Kentucky Blue Gross Orchard Grass HunRarlun Nay Straw Mill Feed I 1 2F t FREEunq lewJork zrribuuoarmoryIs the most thoroughly prac tical helpful useful entertaining national illustrated agriculturalmail family weekly in tho United States OflE DOCCF PER YEPR- Send your name for free sample copy Jew York Sribuijeparmer Tribune Bldg N nv York City The New York rribunc Fnrmer and tho BKKATIIITT COUNTV NEWS both one year for only SI the subscription price of Tin NEWS alone if you send your order and money to Tub NEWS oflice STj3SU1t7I3E NOT m GUARDyour hour only The most health fail cereal preparation is flour and tho most flour is riANSFI ELDS BEST PATENT A XI Mountain Lily Milled bywjltor power from tho very best selected wheat on a mill that is mechanically per foot We say MANSFIELDS is tho finest Hour rondo but wo dont expect you to take our word for it Wo DO ask you however to try just one suck We know it will bo enough to make you a firm fast frond of MANSFIELD LOUR guy from your Srocoryman U C MANSFIELD SON ROSSLYN KY v rn w1 Sam r r I Why Does the Earth Revolve That tho earth do move is n fact that has been demonstrated in a variety of ways but exactly why it does so is not so easy to explain Tho astronomers are not agreed upon this question and when doc iort disagree where arc tho com mon peoplo to look for explanations answers solutions to such quo ries One school of these star wise men claim that the original initial centrifugal force given the globe was directed in n line to one side of the center which wouldof course cause the great globe to ro tate on its axis and by what is known as the law of inertia it would continue to so revolve at a uniform rate of speed until arrested b some outside forces Others claim that the motion of daily rotation is a compound resultant of tho general the earth in its orbit and the attraction of the sun What She Was Taking Ho came with the best of recom mendations as a butler He had the flowing suavity of the plantation house servant fortified by that im pressive air that is associated with the English flunky Henry said his mistress if anyone calls I am not at home I am going upstairs to take my mas sago treatment and then I shall rest for at least three hours A caller came and this is what Henry told her Ahm sorry mum but Mrs Dod son is not at home Shes busy tak ing huh Masonic treatmentNew York Press Appropriate Once during his second term Cleveland was asked to speak at a function in a certain town and when ho arrived at the depot the wind was blowing a gale sleet was driving and hailstones nearly as large as marbles were fiercely falling Of course the inevitable brass band was there and at tho sight of the president the performers struck upwith all strenuosity at their commandThat is the most realistic music 1 ever heard remarked Cleveland What are they trying to play asked Secretary who accompanied him Hail to tho Chief l replied the president with a cheerful smile Philadelphia Ledger k i i Give Your Stomach n test Your food must be properly digested- and neiimllated to be ot any value to you If your etomnch Is weak or dis eased tako Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It digests what you eat and gives the stomach a rest enabling It to recuper ate take on new life end grow strong again Kodol cures sour stomach gas bloating heart palpitation nod all dt gestlvo disorders L A Super of Lit tIe Rock Ky writes us Vo feel that Kodol Dyspepsia Cure deserves all the commendation titatcan be given It as it saved the life oj our little girl when sho was three years old She is now six and we have kept it for her constantly but of course the only takes It now when anything disagrees with her Sold by M S Grain Convincing Evidence LawyerWould you believe tho sworn testimony of this man Witness Certainly not sir- LawyerAnd I why not Witness Because sir that man alwaysdidused to cry when the teacher made him say two and two made four Lawyer Anything else Witness Oh yes Once he was ill and described the symptoms so that the doctor prescribed for a sprained ankle when he was suffering from neuralgia in tho head Lawyer That will do Tear sons High Testimonial Oh mamma exclaimed littlo Alice rushing in from school Ethel Talbot has got the loveliest mother that ever was I She is such a beautiful mother 1 I do wish you could see liar Tell mo about her Alice said hor mother Why is she so love ly Why said Alice slip lets Ethel I all sho wants to 1 Somerville Journal I Suspicious Jtfisa Lighted I was very much ceremonylastwho never took his eyes off me thu whole evening gentlemanhave cndsf Yes Do you know him r 1 know of him lIe is a detectivey He was there to watch the presents A Touch In StorIIs the saving from death of the bnhyJ MeIl1Ieour little girl was In declining health with serious Throat Trouble and two physicians gave her up We were al most In despair when wererolved lo try Dr Kings New Discovery for Con aumption Coughs and Colds Thu first bottle gave relief nf2er taUIng four bottles she was cured and is now In perfect health Never falls to relieve and cure a cough or cold Atl he Jackson Drug CoCOo and 1100 guaranteed Trial bottle freer r SeeS D Fleenor for bargains in clocks A flee 8 day mantle clock for III 00 Others tell pral i Ze250m18tt y r ta A Record of Marvelous Accomplishment Established February 19 1904 The Kentucky Farmer and Breeder of Lexington has within a few months time become concededly the best weekly ofPPover 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 circulaton is in Kentucky and for the most part among people who are inter ested in and able to buy either farms or good stock By special arrangement we are able to offer for a limited time THE KENTUCKY FARMER AND BREEDER AND THE BREATHITT COUNTY NEWS v BOTH FOR I YEAR AT 2OO 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 lithe 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 officeyaY 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 ww o stays later than 12 oclock at night I have to go down to tho kitchen and order him to leave Chicago Ilccordllcrald A Victim of Habit A new member of the fire department in Chicago after a weeks sere ice reported to the chief that ho de sired to resign in order to return to his old occupation of stoker on a lake steamer Vhy exclaimed the chief I thought you were perfectly satisfied with your job I am surprised that you should wish to go back to your old position which pays you less money than this Wellchief was the reply it isnt because Im not satisfied with tho place but I figure it out that 1 wasnt intended to be a fireman By cry time wo go out to fight a blaze whoopliaron her Early trainings too much for me chief In a Dad Way Washington county pro editor writes One of our newly married young ladies kneads bread with her gloves on The editor of this paper needs bread with his shoes on lie needs it with his trousers on and unless the delinquent readers of this old rag of freedom pay upsoon we will need bread without a darn thingon I The Dutch on the Kongo The Dutch nra the most accom plished colonizers in tllworld There exists no finer monument to their genius than is contained in their picturesque settlement in the French Kongo If there were no Europethey todnyLondonFodny Paper Boat In Vienna a paper boat sixteen feet long line been built out of the back numbers of a lending daily pay per of that city Hull spars and sails have all been mado from the pulped brains of tho literary staff Tour hundred thousand copies of this journal will make a Jachtsails and all Public Is Aroused The public Is aroused to a knowledge of Iho curative moills of thie great medicinal Ionic Electric BItters for sIck stomach pier and kidney Mary II Walter or 610 St link Ave Co lumbus 0 writes Fur several month I was glvsn up to die I had foyer and ague my nerves were wrecked could not deep and my stomach wai so weak from uselers doctors drugs that I could not eat Soon aC- tor beginning take Electric hitters obtained relief aid In a short time I was entirely cured Guaranteed at 1he Jackson Dug Cc price roC mIztic ir=Waya of Shoeing a Hone Complaint is made that the horse behind those of continentaIEurope and that the perfect way of shoeing a horse is yet to be discovered although it scorns that hero are 115 ways of shoeing a horse as practiced in the different armies in Europe The chief farrier of the Four teenth dragoons of tho French army A M Grosset nearly the wholo of his spare time in obtaining specimens in order to constitute il of these methods When i ho died a short time ago he pre sented tho whole of his collection to tho French minister of war Black j smith and Wheelwright Cows Horns and Milk There is no doubt that a cow yields more milk after the removal or suppression of her horns This was proved by Neumann who saw divefromof milk a day on poor pastures while some of the same breed but with horns gave only twentyfour or thirty pints on good grazing land This curious fact has been confirmed by American breeders who have tried similar experiments London Mail Beads and a Census The recent census of the natives in tho Transvaal was taken with beads Each head nun was furnished with a number of beads of different colors and twine on which to string them A big black bead represented 1beadteen years oldt small yellow bead I stood for a boy and a small white bead for a girl The Difference Defined Leslie Mortier Shaw secretary 01 i tho treasury was at luncheon in tho Hamilton club of Chicago Tho talk had turned to statesmen and politicians when John M HarlanI said Mr Secretary what difference between n statesman and a politician Quick as thought came tho answer Its tho difference between tho young man seeking a position and the boy looking for a The Sunshine of Spring The Salve that cures without c tear Is DeWlttH Witch Hazel Salve Onts Burns Boils Bruises Dud Piles disap pear before the use of this salve as snow before the gunshlni Q epilog Miss II M MIddleton Thebes III says I was seriously aflllctedwilh a fever sore that waj veryj alnfuK Du YVitlH Witch tinsel Salve cured me in less than a week Get the genuine Sold by hL S Grain A nice small Farm In Lee county 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