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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, February 24, 1905. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1905 bre1905022401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Breathitt County news: n. Friday, February 24, 1905. Breathitt County news. J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1905 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 a- a + r- M T iP h- J te BREATHITl COUNTYNEWS I Th 7 h = 4J+ VtnK UAOINS Editor nUll I ublielorANuwsiAiKii DKVOTKII 10 TilE INTERESTS OK EAHTEKN haNTUUKYON DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADTANCK c1 === = Volume IV Jackson Kentucky Friday February 24 1905 Number 19 Wo will accept mlvurtisomimts on tk guaranty that our paper hUll more tlmu tvko the circulation in Brwvthitl Countyof any paper piibliulusl Our paper gout to uv ury post olliuo in IWry County and almost ivory onu in leo Jin gotlln Owuluy Wolfo and Knott CountiesIf want loi4fteli the mountain trade trynu ml in tlio IUKATII ITT COUHTV Nwt- vsKILLTHE COUCH AND CURE TILE LUNGS KingsNew I IFOR cONSUMPTION IIiOe Surest anti Uulckest Ouro for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BAOK j I W Dean IT Contractor for prick nod Stone Work Limo nod Cement fur salt Givo lain n call wlion needing unythintr in hits fun JACKSON KY lgltItI BUY THE 5f NE Before You Purchw Ant Other Write THE NEW HOME SEWINQ MACHINE COMPANY ORAftQC NAIL lan Sewing Muhlnes art mad to Mil renrd Iastorqualdyhutthe x1w Home II made to west Our cwintjr liner runs out We mike S wtai Machines to suit all condiUon olb4Ilrade The 1nr llotm iltndttttti bead clap III Ibgrada lamll sewing muhtnti Jiold by MIIhltrlxttldtftltrtI only row SALE y- Jautcs M Richardson Co GcnoralJAgentsI- eotrin1 HJdtr CIUVULAXD 0 u yk WantedOne riionianJ Men and Wuumi ti Ilau Ilio Civil Service Kimnimitlon rill tae fullorUnc IJnltrd Htntes fluvurn m rnt position NAME OF POSITICN DopnrtiiUiit Hiiuiuli Age l liulllO and over Ulerk Male or 1Vninlo Steen8rn 1 her Mona OP Keinnln 8tciiMKrniliprInitl TjrrewrlUr Mot r Female Hookkerper Mnlo or lfemnle Railway Mall Clerk Ace IB to 3f TPEier 20 niul over Custom HOIINU Itrancli Age Iliiiltlo and over Day Inspector Clerk Mhla or Female JItAuhlllnt Weigher el Messenger Snmpler Intcrnnl lov iin Hrmicli Ago IlmUill and over Olerk Clanger Storekeeper k PoHlOllleo JSrnuoli Clerk Male or Female 18 to 4I Clerk Currier For Information nil to requirement Address 0 flax 685 Lexington Ky K whea STEVENS ndbdogingdown ofRIFLESTEVENSAtk you dealer aa4 la Solid 4 ctau Fwtag tat aIt oa as proda U KTi WWiSffSl Kdtwaunutpugallt4 SiSuroatT CAN 88 IJONEuD4ltnnclltc fta11s1 Sad raIL j STEVENS ARMS ANI TNI C0T Posax 4oei OHIOOPEE FALL MASS U1A WHAT IS JLIFIJ Urltten for THE NKW J Wlmt U ura nilaty Irenin Full of conlllclrKlHft and wotj And to n+ our pltxiurtH sent Soon to vatiUh Ilko thu BIIOI- VVhnt will fnllufy the mind Ulintwill Rive IM peiftRt rl11 NniiKht ullccn nil niniikltid Sure n life with ell tuippremted UliPii vo look 111111 the pall SciiiuiiiiK nil our triiultlfn nVr Vljjh the fury of the hlmtl- ilkH nil HKH linpeH will Hoar Ihen thu fiitnre lightly elllliView of toriiiull mill nod alrlfn ltl cn in our ovrry plnn Then you nak niMWliRl In m1 llfu in lint n liiihble thin Wafted nn expnii t of tint t win we drift away III hln Or prefa on fur lliliiKi tiililltne 1 Oil the tender chord of Ilfn Sleild r nn n ullkeii Imlr 8tvliiK tutu etrndty Ureak and kayo us over there Wl Ia Iriidenl mm yon imin Try to duct llml dark nliynn Sat lour it tnt npun ihni plnue Whuruln there i+ perfect lilln Life to tin was Ifiilliecaune One cnetniwrin l wu undnno So move on want In that end Till the prize of lift i won ItiMijioclllo Ky J iiiv O NRACK John M Ilurlitu son of Asso ciatoJiUticu J M llurlnii of thtI Siiprcino Court was nominated for liiuyor of Chicago Inst week by the 1epnblicans Mr tartan is n former Kentnekian having been born in Krnnkfort in 18UI J M lloso and Rosa Kdvvarda I whom wo stated cano in from Lou Pity Ky last weak havo pitrchas odn valuable lot on tho corner of Uroadway ono Second street havo part of tho lumber on tho ground and will immediately construct a 2story 25x50 hotel building lhoytwill furnish tho building nicolnlll1 will either rent it out or conduct U themselvea having had oxporioncu in the business Davenport Oklahoma Lwidor Tho late Gout Low Wallace of Indiana was a typo of tho high minded and patriotic citizou do Y0ed to tho public welfare Ho WAS courageous in war a good civil govornor n creditahlo ruprusenla tivo of his country at H foreign court trod a man of decided litera ry ability Ho watt ono who ho liovod in doing things in making use of all his talents in living up to tho best that is in him Such 111011 aro nil too few A teacher rewords tutu following noltt from a parent Sir Will you pleaso for tho future give my boy cosier somes to do at rite This is what ho brought homo to or three hilts ago If fore gallina of bore will lilt thirty to pint bottles haw unity pilit and half bottles wil tint gallins till I Well wo tried ihd toad mnke nothing of it at all ind lilY boy cried and sed ho would not go back without doing it So I had to go an buy n ninogallin keg of here which 1coud ill nf ford to do nUll then wo went and borrowed lot of wino nllli brandy bottles besides a few we had by us Wellwe emptied tho keg in to the bottles and thoro were nine teen and my boy put that down for nn answer 1 dont know vhether it U rile op not as wo spilt Bomo in doing it P S Mtaso let the noxl one Ile wa qr 1A I am not tilde to buy any tore UTOWe should say that this didnot ceur Iii Kontniky The aver igu Ken lnukiui is tot apt at I juarU to tike such a blunder i Jthil Southern School Journal TJmt TleklliiK In the Throat One iilnuto after tnUiiiK One Minnie iniuli Inie iliu licliliiiu In the throat K IIH Inh in the ihnml not iitiuti II + IIIt IIgIUll forclillJren t I 3itrid pusiinnilcr nt ChPet- ertlleh113aOur little girl VIIi un ii fcluus fioni fttrniignlatloii during a ndileti nd terrible nltnck of croup hrnMii e of One Minute Cough Cure itll nn h uir apart speedily cured her I CJiiinit prune One Minute Cough Jure too iniiuli for wliatit lm dune In ur family It always give relief iuldbyM S Grain 1 V Y6 Ho is the Cromwell tho his mark thu Napoleon whichevo you please or maybe nil combined of American politics No other than who over held tho office of President of tho United Slates ha so completely dominated his fIn partyor secured tho aid of tho opposition partyns hits Tinodor Roosevelt Thu historian of tho future when treating this eta of American politics will recount tho remarkable fact that tlmingthuI incttulbeneyof the youngest or American Presidents most ruttier and rumarkablu innovations am departures wore inaugurated IIl1d progress made in matters reliUiiij to homo and foreign policy lIud that ho worked his will in ulmos every thing ho eeriously undertook Congress trampled on Qubai Ueiiiprocily at tho long sessioi hut Roosevelt said in a speed that it had tot tocome nUll call tug an extra seanion tho bill wns passed A powerful navy is his policy tho Panama canal is in n sense his enterprise our policy ill the Philippines in Porto Rico an in the far east are us approved nllli directed by him but among his ninny accomplishments there hllB been untie moro conspicuous or moro decisive than that indicates by tho action of tho House Itepub licnu caucus last Friday Tho most important legislation in the postbellum period involving property which accoiding to Pros idont Jassu t of tho Pennsylvani Railroad equals twelve thoueam millions of dollars is by agreuiuon to bo considered nnd passed afte a debate of two days in the House It has been said that tho bill cannot pass tho Senate but with tho Democrats ardently supporting its passage with the onthusiasti support of Mr Bryan and wiil State legislatures both Democrat and republican urging their Sena tors to support the measure who need bo surprised if Theodore Kooauvolt shall add another to hit many political victories n ilrrcl Popularity To cure Constipation nil l Liver trouI lilts by Kenllv roving the bowels am acting as a tunic to the liver take Lit tie Karly KUcrs Taese Fainniu Lit tie Illls Bra mild pltnannt and harm Ie but effective nnd sure Their tail verinl na fur many years U a strong guarantee of their popularity nut me fulnes Suld by M 8 Crnln A Daily and a Weekly Paper for 250 Wo havotnmlo arrangements which wo can furnish the killo Daily Herald Bad UK HitKATiiiTT COUNTY Naves hotli QUO year for the very low price of 2fJU or tho Weekly Louisville Herald and the HIt ATIIITl COUNTY NKWS both ono year for 5100 This offer is good only for a short time and those who want n daily paper should take advantage of it U onco FluiullKh Sullurlnir Js often caused by sore ulcer and cancer that tint away yotirtkln Vat Hedellof Flat stock Mich fays I have used Hnckletra Arnica Salve for Ulcer Sore and Cancers It loi Ihl best healing dressing I ever found loothes and heats cuts burns and cnltU 25o at The JitckKon Drug Co unrnnleetl Mt Sterling Court About 1200 cattlo on the mar- I kct and among that number won omo pretty hair steers Trad ivas slow but prices wore good Iho best 100011 steers sold a- llie This prico yn8 for a felt tops l75 to 425 was bulk of wiles Yearlings nt St to 425 idlers nt 3 to 4c Cows at 2A to Jc Horses were in good demand and n good many sold during thu lay Plugs sold nt 75 to 580j- medium horses nt SUO to 125 dud somo good horses nt 145 to 155 Sixteen hand mules col heavy sold nt 5Um to 5180j 15 mud mules at 125 to 140 small mules at 90 to SllOAJocato Take oilvnntngo of one of out newspaper combinations while hey lust ALL OVER THE HOUSE Runts Which Should Da Observed When Hanging Pictures I The lint rule to o serve is not to overhung the sky line By that is meant un imaginary line which picturefrunlcThis sky line must take n height commensurate with the size of the room What that is must be left for till individual to decide Once de I termined upon by the placing of one picture no other triune must rise above it- Another rule which some authori ties abide by inviolably is that tops of all frames grouped close together must be on a level without regard to the sizes Indiscriminate hanging of pic tures that is to say hanging them in irregular groups is condemned as bad taste If small pictures lire to be hung in a roonl where there nroI larger frames the former should into panels corresponding I in outline with the size of the latter For instance two frames G by inches in size sliquld fill the 10I amount of contiguous space as frame 12 by 10 inches The smaller I frames should be lung one over the other This is in much better form I than hanging the large frame be tween the two smaller pictures Cleansing Shetland Shawls The floss shawls that are now so largely worn in winter as well as summer need to have their frehnc +s restored occasionally though that operation is put off as long as pos not too badly soiled dry cleaning with flour or starch is fre quently effective but for recd soil a thorough washing is required Make a good suds in a largo pan using white soap and a little am monia Put the shawl in this antI son and squeeze but do not pull rub or lift the mass of wool front the pan iVhen the water looks soiled pout niT Thou add fresh rinsing vuer of the scone temperature llo peat this twice After the second rinsing qut every bit of moisture possible still leaving the shawl in tho ran Now sot in the warming oven of the range turning over and over until the shawl is per fectly dry The Dauya Bath Glcuiilineis gone of tho most im nortant factors in n childs well be ing A bnbra bath is nn interesting part of thin mothers many duties anil nil mothers agree in thinking that they should be bathed every day A child that is bathed every day is less likely to take a contagious disease than one who is bathed less frequently The best time for the bath is mid way between the meals never when ho is hungry or immediately after a meal and may be in the forenoon or afternoon to suit tho convenience of tho mother Removing Mildew Mildew may sometimes be re moved from white fabrics by cover ing tho spots with lemon juice and laying in the sun Lemon juice will not servo for colored fabrics how ever and lard makes a substitute tub the spots well with lard and lay in tho sunshine dayafter day for a week Wash in the usual manner In the Sickroom To replenish coal fire in a sick room or in any place where it is de sired to avoid rattlingof the coal place in n newspaper or pa per bag and lay the budget carefully on the fire The magazine of a coal stove can be filled in this manner with little or no noise To Keep an Umbrella An umbrella should not be opened out to dry as the stretchers aro apt to warp in the bent form giving an unsightly appearance when the um brella is closed The silk should be left to drain with the handle down ward and gently wiped with an old silk handkerchief Cure For Frostbite Bathe the parts affected in alum water pretty strong for five to ton minutes This treatment may be used and depended on for relief as long as the part affected is not open After bathing in alum wa for apply linseed oil A Pillow Wrinkle Everyone knows how apt pillow ticks are to grow yellow or discolor ed just where the lead rests A good way to avoid this is to keep old pillowcases for tick covers under the outside pillow slips For Burns Keep a bottle of linseed oil and limo water together with n roll absorbent cotton and pieces an strips of old linen for bandages inconvenient a place to use in case of burns Lamp Chimneys Lamp chimneys cleaned with a cloth moistened with parailin not crackso readilyas when dippe In water 11 y iVr = q qFOR1905 TheAtlanta Constitution= Greatest American Weekly Newspaper Ihe 1 ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR The Sunny South I The Souths Standard Literary Weekly FIFTY CENTS PER YEAR BOTH FOR ONLY 1 25 SENT TO ANY ADDRESS IN AMERICA tltltl combination of these two weekly papersthe one THE news the other purely literarymakes an ideal offer for every Southern household f THE WEEKLY CONSTITUTION 12 to 16 pages contains the news of the week carefully prepared and in telligently presented Its agricultural features alone are worth many times its subscription price Its market page is always complete Its Womans Kingdom and Childrens Department are the best read and most appreciated pages at the fireside Its special articles and contributions are of the highest standard e THE SUNNY SOUTH Is the recognized literary leader of the South popular throughout its wide terri tory and known by its great work In the Introduction of new Southern writers to the literary world Many of its short story contests have brought to light authors whose fame and fortune have been made possible by The Sunny South It Is welcomed in over 50000 homes today and is destined to be the leading American story and household paperThis wonderful combination blends all that is desirable In a home reading offer two complete papers every week and 1905 will demonstrate to you its value and Insure your enrollment as a lifetime subscriber The Great Agents OfferJ One Hundred Dollars a Month to Jlctloe agents We have a most attractive agents offerthe most liberal of any American publicationby which agents may earn from Fifty to One 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JIttterican A handiomelf llln tr t l weekly T ntctt dr frurnil Terms M a euldbyailnewdealerld Mrartb umc1 6I8t wublAcltatl6 SOLID COMFORT in TRAVEL Mean- sJferdero6f Foute Jrec ffiaclinin Chair Cara on all Uraina kotwaon LOUISVILLEKentucky g and ST LOUIS Colonist crud Jtomo Saake mares to iho West and Southwest If you conlpinvlnto n trip or n chant P of locution In tJIP near future OKT TIIK IIENDEUSON KOUIK HAHn It is the comfort lint and a comfort train In traveling is alivuyii a good habit to ncqulra- At least give Ii the opportunity imininj you rates tVe have the eqiilp meat the train Service the free dial- Care ami thu rates WHAT MOKE DO YOU WANT L J IRWIN GAo L Anna Tr Inn Passenger Agt Tray Passenger Agt HENDERSON ROUTE Louisville Ky Soml your name and address on n i63tnl card to the Now York Tribune armor New York City for a tree sample copy After reading it forward SI to TI Naves and wit will send both papers for a full year I to I Wile r8tbgdnu SEWING MACHINEII Ri HIGH GRADE a illreliableSTRONGEST GUARANTEEl National Sewing Machine Co RJ1 VIDERE ILLINOISI Something New Valuable Tours i T- OFLORIDAYin i- 5ouUro ailUay I And Queen Crescent Route Go Ono Way Return AnotherrWinter tourist tickets good golnc via Ailipvillo through the Land of the Sky and beautiful sapphire country y nod returning via Atlanta and Chatta noocn or vice vnrsa are now on tale at LOW HATES The Florida Limited solid trait a train of finest Pullman Drawing Room Sleepers and ViiitlbuUd coaches with Dining Oar eu leaves Lexinc ton every morning via Queen fc Ores cent Route riinmnc throuck without change to Jacksonville via Chattanooga and Southern Railway The Chicago and Florida Special be clpnlng January Dili ounslstlng of Drawing Room Sle HIU Observation Ollrll etc will leaVB Cincinnati ever evening except Sunday ruining through solid to St Augustine via Chnltanonca and Southern Railway with Dining Our rervlci enrouto TlmiURh Pullman Sleepers to Jack sonville from Cincinnati every wveulii via Knoxville Asheville and SnvanaX From Louisville cotinectioU with all of the above train U made at tun by trains of the Southern ltkilwnyvFor Land of thin sky book Win ter Mantes folder ratvs schedules or a other Information addrrsgrUI AltKN C P lllTXOKHFOIll A G P A Son Ky D I A Surf Ky St Louts Mo Louisville Ky W ORlNRARHOK- G P AJ 0 Route y7 Cincinnati O i tadafI I 0- free Ale low W eopyrtshtaala IN ALLCOUNTMICS yi Buslnea Jlrtct with ftililnglan sera lint monty aJfflt Utfctenl Patent and icffinjimeiit FncUn Exclutlvily WrlU or corn W uat BU BlnUl SttMt spy TTMU1 elates fits oac t J WASHINGTON DC Your Heart J + May Be Wek One a Person in FourHas a Weak Heart 4 One of the surest signs of a weak i heart Is shortness of breath after exercise Your heart la not able to pump the blood fut enough to your lungs Some or the other symptoms of Heart iTrouble are Pains In the Side Hack 71 and Shoulder Fainting or Weak SpelU t 1JNor weak heart means poor circulation oDc1t l poor circulation means weak lungs Istomach liver kidneys etc 7t therefore ou suspect heart trouble + r begin taking Dr MUea New Heart CUre c Agr The heart CUre wilt do you good ult Is isplendid tonic f- reyltallie u1 the blood and nerves Q fofa will your entire system Finally remember Dr Miles New t rheart Cure is sold under a guarantee e1Ea that the first bottle will do you good I If It doesnt your money back I was afflicted with heart trouble for three years I would be apparently all without a moments would fall as though shot The attacks and a terrible dread pos deAewhataconditionsoIworuld would be t 1otreatedphysicians of the t this source I began tokMg Dr Miles New Heart Cure bocan to Improve at once I used ten botue which cured me as I nave pet had attack for nyo yearsKM JOHN DIIESBACK Lelpslc O Lt Write to us for Free Trial Package ot Dr Mllesl Antl theIg N1w Bclen a ewNr Srmptom Blank Ullr drll lyouJon DR IQEOli1TOR118B MUUM3tT 1oRJ r 1aJ f = C I 1 J f t wt Jf Ono 2rcalhrl- t 9ows J WISE HAHINS Editor Friday February ill 1005 PROFESSIONAL CARDS J WISE JI GINS ATTOKNEYArLAW Offict over PostOtT1ee JACKSON KKNTUCKT rAil business Intrusted to him will icceive prompt and careful attention oHiiiiiTmnnnnnnnnnnnrmnmTnniiui e L L C ROARK II LAWYER 1 = JACKSON KENTUCKY = Will practice in Breathitt and = Magoflln Countiea E WIiIIUWWl1WWWUWIIIllllll11W1111I 1IIIi rG AV 1 FLBCSOB A il FATTO- NVL13KNOK I I C PATTOX LA WYEPSJ LJACKSON 111 1 1 11 JOHN D WH I TELL WYBn Office over flank Mnnclioster Clay Co Kentucky Also Room 003 Kentucky Title Oldg Louisville Ky Will practice In Stnte and U S Ci urns Invites correspondence touching Now Era Co Jniids in Oivsley or C V L Co lands in lintInn or loose Creek farm KyUpon iIl investigate and report valuesof litlosor large ttactf of timber coal andnil land = located between Meshnck Monroe county Ky r and the head of KllIglnm Come Leteh er Co Ky tS52S2Jc5252525252525Jin CIVIL ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS I Prompt Attention given to sallclasses of work and 1 SATISFACTION GUARANTEED 1r 1 I JACKSONOF FlOE bS5292S252 B f HHSHSESESHSHSHSiiSESE 25i CONLEY BROWN mC COPEI CIVIL ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS ra II I1a Local Surveying a specialty C n Phono 39 OQ1co in tho old U Hargis buil ingU1bJAOKSON KENTUCKY U r x Li 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS i aFOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE i We are authorized to announce GRANT HOLTIDAY as a candMato for Representative the 92d Legislative District compose of the counties of llrenihltt Iee nn Magoflln subject to the notion of tht r Republican party FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE AYo aro authorized to announce GEORGE W ARNETT- nR t a candidate for Representative from time 92d Legislative district cum posed of the countiiM of itrenihitt Lei mind Mngoflln subject to the action 01 the Republican party r FOU ASSESSOR fj We are authorized to announce t tJOHN It STItONQ d nan candidate for Assessor of Hrentlilt h county subject to the nation of Use Ito f publican party FOIL 8IIKK1FF Inm ri candidate for Sheriff nf Itreathitt County ut tho coining Nor vember election Hnrccic GnAimtRD Cope llraiich Ky FOR JAILER I We nre authorized to announce 11 LEIVIS GROSS of Klkataiva ns n candidate for time llreathittcnantysubjeot party GORHESPONDENGE TOltllliNT 1 ofc93 Mrs William Whisman hits been on the sick list the past week Miss Maud Kincaid of Fincas tic has become a citizen of our burg jt II II1 Spencer and Clifford thisl3 E Spencer and family have moved to Campton where they will make their future home G B1 Martin of Lexington was visiting his son II G Martin o r from Saturday until Monday r Sylvester Spencer who has been of on the sick list forthe past two 9 Jet1 tr 11tti S J rweeks is nffain able to stir about Bud Smith moved his family from Kidffowood Junction to the Chijnney Top country on the Nat urnl Bridge Campton narrow guago railroad lust Thursday He intends to run n hotel for Swnnn Day Lumber Co at that place Married at Znchnrinh on tho 22nd Mrs Lee Townsend and Mr John Ashley Mrs Townsend is tho widow of Garrett Townsend tho L E brakcmnn who was killed by his train in time Clay City railroad yards two years ago Mrs Earl Ashley lies dangerously ill nt the homo of her parents Mr and Mrs William Jones of Ridgewootl Junction Sho has been ill three weeks of paralysis of the nerves Drs Lawrence Knox of Znclmriah and A T Knox of Bowen are in attendance TllOUlthKSOME Harris Allen of JeWs Creek was hero on busincs the past week Sam Terry has returned from a visit to his brother Isom nt Hind manB L Williams of Knott county is moving to this place Wo welcome suchcitizens Steve Napier of near Stacy while traveling along tho creek bank just after tho recent ico tide found two large catfish Misses Amy Smith and Sorrilda Ilollidny have returned from Hnz nrd Miss Ilollidny hind to leave school on account of illness Mrs Sum Ilolliday and daugh ter Miss Scrrilda and little Ber ten Stacy daughter of Jasper and Letitia Stacy aro on the sick list My size is largest Grcenwell 5c nOOXBVILTE Wo have been experiencing some of tho coldest weather since till winter of 1888 I I Henry Bowman Jr late Co II I 13th Ivy Vol Cavalry was granted J nn increase of his pension Inst I week from G to 10 per month- S P Hogg who was very ill end confined to his room at our Inst writing is now much im proved and able to bo out on tin J streets ngnin The ice tide that recently went out of our river swept away thousands of dollars worth of the peo Ales saw logs and railroad tics that it was an impossibility t 11 saveThereU are thousands of dollars worth of tine timber on the bunks of the river in Owsloy county ready to bo rafted nnd run tc market just ns soon as the ico is carried out sullicicntly to guaran tee safety in putting them in Mrs Isabella Bullock of Tyncr correspondvyears old next November diedat the homo of her laughter Mrs G W Moore on tho Gth inst o extreme old ago She was born in Owsloy county near where Boonovillc now stands I lor father Rev Thomas Bowman was one of r the pioneer settlers of Owsloy county nnd her mother was n Moore also one of tho early settlers of tho county tho descendants of whose families make up the greater part of tho citizenship of Owslcy county There still lives eight of the old Bowman and Moores aged from 85 to 08 years that are cousins and double cousins which is more titan can bo saidof most any other family of people now living YALLKU Barren KS My color is red Greenwell5c IiLAiintiC Noah Peters visited his wifo from Riloy last week William Mullens is putting in timber on tho George Shepherd Brunch On account pf roads being blocked by ice business is suffering at this place Sam Watkins is disposing of his property He will soon move to his fathers near Jackson Green Shepherd who is superin tending tho business of TnnlbeeV Shepherd Co nt this place vIs- ited his homo Sunday Despite tho serious condition of tho weather James Blanton is rafting his timber just above here Ho has some 2500 on tho bunk Confederate Jack Howard is or ganizing tho nnilo clubat this place lie has now on hand six head of young mules This is n fair membership arid prospects fn vor nn increase ifr j OUR BARGAIN LIST Wo llolicvo that tho people should rend and keep posted on the events of the day anti in order that our friends may have tho best nt a very small price we have made arrangements by which we can furnish two papers for almost time price of one Of course every citizen should take his home paper for the local news and a city paper for the general news Look over the list below and select the one you prefer anti conic in during court and give us your subscrip tion FOR 100 We will send you the tirentliltt County News and either ut time following for one year The UiuNvillo Herald weekly Tribune Farmer weekly Home Farm twice alnonth FOR 8125- Th Brenthllt County Ndty nnd either of the foilwine fur onejenr The Ueekly CourierJournal Time Lexington Leader weekly Atlanta Constitution weekly FOR 185 The Breathitt County News and either of the following for one ytnr The CincinnatiEnquire weekly The Coinmcner Uryani paper roil J175 The Breathitt County News and either of the following fordno ear Ladies Home Joiirnnl lima Delineator McUalls MiiRBziiip or any dollar innpMzlne or dollar week ly published in the United States FOIL suoo Tlie Tireathitt County News and Tho Kentucky Farmer nnd llrrcdor for one year FOR 221 The lireathitt County News and either of the following for one year The Daily Louisville llprnld The Daily Cincinnati Post These prices will boI good any day during this term of court nnd wo advise you to select whatever papers you want and let us help you while we have these bargain rates Sly home ask any grocer Grcenwell 5 cents D Y Combs of Hazard was here on business Monday Mack Cockrill of Winchester was here during the week attend ing court Silvester Howard of Mountain was here Monday attending court lie is engaged in a logging jO near Lambric Editor B P Howling of Hazard parsed through hero Monday on his way homo from a trip down the river on logs Tack Howard and wife of Lam brie are visiting Lewis Wadkin and family who recently moved to the Lunce farm just above town Joseph Ingram of Croeketts Buckfin Philip pines for the past three yews i the army returned last week Mrs J B Little of Leo City went to Memphis Tenn time firs of tho week on a visit to her husband who is engorged there with Taylor Crate in the lumber bus messGreenwell richest javor 5c EXCURSION Thirty IIoincscolfciH Leave for Oklahoma Over tho Southern About thirty people men women and children front various places on tho line of the Lexington 8 Eastern railroad left Lexingtoi Tuesday morning at 010 over tin Southern railway on a homcsock ers excursion to Oklahoma Mr T W Crews traveling agent for the Southern and tin force of tho local ticket ofllce wore busy until late Monday night fix- Ing their transportation Severn others who failed to leave on the morning train will get off at 530 p in Besides those seeking homes in the new country several arc going on business and to visit relatives limo round trip tickets are good returning for three weeks from ditto of issue Among those who left Tuesday were Dr J A Taulbce of Jackson Mrs Bruce Little find Miss Byrd time latter a sister of A Floyd Byrdof Winchester Time next cheap homc eekels excursion will ho March 21 andn large number of people are px petted to go Lexington Lender February 21- liyqualityisbest Greenwell5c rFIRST TIME TABLE Beginning of the I Railway GuIdo j It was in 1830 that George Brndshaw the Quaker engraver and map maker of Manchester was first inspired to publish his Time Table It was a tiny pamphlet hominid in green cloth and wits nothing more titan a collection of the monthly time tables issued by the seven rail way companies then in existence in England Of this volume there arc now only four copies in existence but they are worth their weight in goldSo encouraged was Bradshnw by the success of this time table that in 1810 ho published his Railway Companion u volume of thirty eight pages with maps which sold at a shilling These early guides were LcenmoIchanges in time front tho railway authorities They resented Brad haws interference and put every obstacle in tho way of his obtaining information At lust through tho Quakers perseverance they finally greed to adjust their time tables by the beginning of the month There after it was smooth sailing The guide continued to grow and prosper and to make itself a necessity These early railway guides make interesting rending The trains are described as first class second clues mixed fast and mail Third class travelers hind the choice of sitting on the roofs or in open wagons resem hung cattle trucks Gentlemen rid ing in their own carriages were charged second class fare Baggage was carried on the roof and passengers who sat there were cautioned to wear their overcoats and provide spectaclesFirstBirmingham was nearly double what it is today and an annual subscrip tion ticket from London to Brighton and back cost tlOO The Device Worked Visitors T suppose bother you a great deal sir a reporter to a famous statesman 1 have no leis than forty visit repliedOfago I must see How do you get rid of then quickly cn6ugh How without offending them do you show them that it is time to go- yll secretarysaid the states man comes in to mo when the time limit has expired and tells mo very audibly that my wife wishes to see me uHo ha hat laughed the report er I suppose now that But just then there was an interruption Time secretary entered the room and murmured o the states manYour wife sir wishes to see yonChicago Chronicle Comebthe weekly newspaper and spread it out on his knee he made an exclama londelightMotheru said genially to Mrs Bascomb who was at work on some extraordinary darning on the gar ments of her filth and youngest son theres to bo time biggest fair withsan ances that it really seems as if I ought to see Wheres that couplo of dollars berry money that you mentioned youd laid away against R rainy day- Time rainy day came last Mon day said Mrs Bascomb contented umn brella and and two car fares Badta young in a cer taut remote part of Philadelphia who has aspirations to become a musician of note Occasionally sine overestimates her strength A short timo ago sho was obligingly giving an exhibition of her skill to a pa tronizing company by picking her steps through a Hungarian song One of tIle sympathetic visitors ventured tho remark Do you know that thing Miss Smasher is playing is awfully diffi cult Difficult 1 echoed the other who mun taste o heaven it was impossible IPhgn dclphia Ledger The Burning Question Time present duy boy said a prominent member of the American of Social Science Us to tally irrepressible Ho has neither reverence nor respect for his elders and betters The other day I said to my son being desirous to impress the youn lter with some sense of responsibility for the future Supposing I should be taken away suddenly my boy what would become of you II Why Id stay here he answer ed instantly The question is what would become of ouJINev York Press Cures For Bad Temper Sir ruder Brunton is inclined to believe that ill temper is often tho result of disordered nerves and can bo controlled and modified in a great measure by drugs IiI some gouty people twenty grains of bicarbonate of potash with ten or twentyof bromide of potassium taken when the feeling of irritability comes on frequently soothes it and it has tho further effect of lessening tho worry even in those who are not irritable 4- F n I FOR THE LITTLE ONES The More Players the Greater the Fun In Game of Duzz Buzz is a very old game but is al ways u very great favorite Tin more tho players tho Creator tho fun limo wny to play as follows Time players u circle and begin to count in turn but when the number 1 pr any number in which the figure 7 or any multiple of 7 is reached they say Buzz instead of whatever the number may be As plnyershaveplayer will say 13 the next Buzz because 11 is a multiple of 7 twice 7tho next plover would then say 13 the next 1 V and sayBuzzin the number 171If one of tho players forgets to say Buzz nt the proper time he is out The gnirio then starts over again with the re maining players and BO it continues until there is but onto person remaining If grunt euro is taken tho numbers can be counted up to 70 which according to the rules before mentioned wvouldof course be called Buzz The numbers would then be curried on us Buzz 1 Buzz 2 etc tip to 79 but it is very sel don that this stageJs reached An Elephant Story An elephant passing along u street in Delhi put his head through an open shop window where some tailors were working and two of them pricked his trunk with needles The animal passed on but stopped at the next pool of dirty water nail filling hit trunk ho returned to tho shop tutu squirted it all over the i tailors and spoiled their workiA Bright Scholar How do YOU like school asked a father of his little daughter after her first day replvAnd parentOh littlo daughter Ive learned tho names of the boys He Did Tell Him A Brooklyn German grocer who cannot be accused of plagiarism because he had npt read time warranted to stand without hitching horse trade story was trying to sell his prancing steed ton doctor a good horse said tho poot1gootdays later he came back very angry That was a mean trick he ejac ulatedUtI tell me a liorso that couldnt see and not tell mo ho was blindNod dell you Nod dell you cried the German indignantly Dondt you regollections vot T set- He Bond t look pooty Boot Ah said tho doctor reflecting that was what you meant was itt Bless the German language Then he went away Urooklyu Eagle Composite Animal Each player is asked to write on the top of a piece of paper tho name of nn animal Tho paper is then folded over and passed to the next neighbor who writes time name of another nnd so on until tho first players paper reaches the player nt the end of tho row The papers playerInnssite animal containing some feature of every animal mentioned Time results aro very best to use the names of familiar nni mats Now is tho timo to subscribe for newspapers moil magazines We can save yeti money on any you wish to take- 1ecullnr Disappearance J n lljnynn of Hutlurvllle 0 Inld time peuullnrdljtippeiirniioe of Ida puln ful symptoms of Indigestion and lilli OIIMICIS to Dr Kings New life IllU lie says They are a perfect remedy fur dizziness our staunch headache constipation etj Guaranteed at The Jackson Drug do price 25a un m Unusually Low Colo nist Rates FEBRUARY 21 ninth MAROIl 21 Homcseekcrs Rates Fobrnnry 21 ninth March 7 mid 21 VI- ASouthern Bailway To wints in Arkansas Colorado Indium Territory Oklahoma innsas Moxico Tones territoryA low one way and round rates nro offered on tho above dates to those wish ing to visit or settlp in tho WEST an SOUTHWEST TIm SOUTHERN RAILWAY Inns its own hue mail runs two solid trains daily front Lexington Louis vine and intermediate points to ST LOUIS For rates schedules and full in formation apply to- T W CREWS T P At- Jcxinsrton Ky G B ALLEN A GP A St Louis Mo C II 1IUNGERFOUD D P A Louisville Ivy J t DAY BROH1CO- MPANY I Wholesale and Retail have the most complete stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE Ever brought to Jackson Consisting of t51 J tf QdSt Nctf1l0tiSt P- se DO IJ 11alt 1 Matst j jf j G L QeS 1 Wo have the finest as line of shoes in East ern Kentucky Our mens shoes are of the latest style For the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy nillinery GoodsDepartment is under the man agement of Miss Nettie Combs whorcan show you r The Latest Style Hats direct from New York City Also f FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS In all FreshfromIf you need any House Furnishi- ngorFURNITURE We are the people you are looking for we have it by car loads to suitr ti every body Come and see us our iiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiirpI DAY BROS COMPANY f Jackson Kentucky + l 99H M i I r S 1f f i F1ubllsltcd Local and Personal JiI r r Ask any grocer Jroenwell fie Stop with Hart Hros nt Reed hotel when in Lexington You wont get good ones unless you cull for Green well fi cents Horn to Mr and Mrs Sigil Herald on February 18thn girl Miss Hcttio Cope of Tnulbec was visiting friends in Jackson Monday U R French of Winchester wus hero from Saturday unlitIJ Monday Attorney A II Patton went to leo City Monday on professional business Miss Mabel Osborne returned Monday from n visit to her home in Cr nth i nil Jesse Spicer of Old Landing Ice county was hero Wednesday on business Mrs 1 H llm cum of Win chester was hero during the week attending court Mr mid Mrs A S Henry re turned Tuesday from an extended FloridatS1 Faris of Winchester was hero Monday selling Perfection Hour to our merchants Miss Vina Vrxicr who has been tailteJ returned home Tuesday Miss Mahala Hynl of Leo City left last Monday for a visit to her brother CT Hynl at Tulsa lT A 1 Lindon and wife and Miss America Lindnn allof Insko were here Wednesday buying goodsMrs1 E Soper has retulllcclI after a visit of several wC to l xington Ashhtnd and I hint injtonYn Miss Dailey Crawford da ugh ter of Keen Crawford of Athol is visiting friends and relatives here this week Unhurt Dunn of Leo City way here this week on business IICI is constable for that precinct and does quite n lot of Inkiness Col C J Little of Winchester manager of the Continental Realty Company canto up Wednesday on business connected with his com patty Samuel J WiuSkins moved front tambric this week to the farm hIrecently purchased just above town and the same recently occu pied by Michael OConnor- We have a purchaser pr a small farm within live miles of Jackson Purchaser wants to make a cash payment of front GOO to 800 Call at this office for particulars Henry S Barnett foreman of Tim NKWS office and his wire have gone to housekeeping in the house on Sky View recently vacated by Dr J A Taulbee and family t Attorney T Hurst of Boxer wns hero during the week attend hug court lie is thinking of male ing the nice for representative in this district on the Republican ticketIlr1 M Kash returned Mon day from Lexington where ho hind been attending the bedside ol Floyd Day who was taken still denly ill Ho reports that ho u much improved Dr John A Taulbee and family left last Monday for Oklahoma the Doctoron a business trip tr Davenport and the family to visil at Retrop Lone Wolf and other points in Oklahoma c J A D Hryanl of Alhol has purchased farm near the mouth of Troublesome Creek of F P I Crawford and will soon move to it K f Mr Hryanl isn good citizen am w will prove a good accession to that Ji z neighborhood Thaftlirst number of the Camp ton Courier came to our table hist week It is owned hn stool company living at Campion and it is edited by L T llovermale 100melIof Frenchbttrg We hope the people of Wolfe count will give it the patronage it do rserves g Grccnwcll Co Ask navy grocer The SwanDay mill after being idle several months on account of lack of timber startedup this week mho recent small tides brought enough logs for about threw months run Jt gives cm ployment to about fifty men James W Edwards still being unable to attend at the trial in the UllrglsCnlluhnn taken Thursday to be read as evi dence in tutu case Commonwealths Attorney John U Allen of the Foyette Circuit Court was hero anti conducted time cross examina tion t Green R Kellar editor of the Carlisle Mercury was here from Saturday till Monday the guest of- F W Fletcher Mr Kellar was Clerk of time Sonata for several terms and was n candidate for Sec retary of State at the Music Hall convention since which time he has retired as an active partici pant in stole politics MAUIUAUKS Huey Keith and Lena Tlmrp wens married yesterday at tho resi dence of the bride near Jackson Tilden Combs and Pheoba Spen cer were married at the residence of tho bride near Lost Lost Creek last Thursday Every store in town Grccnwcll 5 cents a CIRCUIT COURT Circuit court convened last Ionc with Judge Riddle on lheI bench The lint business was to organize tho grand jury and the following responded to their names when called Joseph Helton George Spencer Lewis Denton Roger Combs It T Davis Wui Griffith W W Caudill Joseph Lovely J A Hailey R M McQuinn W P Noble Ksquiro Riley It M McQuinn was appointed foreman The Judge then reminded thoI jury that Hreathilt county was being talked about a great deal over the entire country just now nUll it rested with them whether our present conditions should con time If time jury follows his instructions we will certainly have better times but we will sea what we shall see and try to gives credit to whom credit is due Tho following gentlemen com pose the petit jury JUHY NO 1 Br lInt Spiccr Sol Noble J S Cope Sr Floyd emtIJoel Stamper W H Little A C Russell WcslyTumerSr JOhllllooljJ M RnowdenI unl juitv xo 2 then Mclntosh M M Hounshcll J E Lang Win Smith lames Leo John Burton A C Ifiidson Ezekiel Spencer G II Williams II C ClllhounI Green Bryant Jno BThompson- Notwitlcstcmdiilgthe bud weather n largo crowd was in town uS isi usual on the first lay of a circuit court here T K Roberts was appointed Commonwealths Attorney Mourn day and Tuesday wero principally taken up in tho trial of misde meanor cases R T Davis one of the grand jurors was excused on his own motion on account of his private business demanding his attention and A C Hownmu wits substituted in his fiteIU- tIndictments were returned Wednesday against Elijah Hush Alex Jackson Robert Necley John D Turner and James Patton for mar der Nathaniel lemons for mali cious shooting and wounding and against Robert Morris for seduc lion und on Thursday morning indictments were brought in against Alex James and Elbert Ilargis JessoSpicer John Abner mad John Smith for the murder of lames Cockrell but tho Court would not allow them to bo pending the case now in the of Appeals concerning tho Fayette Circuit Court indictments A number of other indictments were returned for minor offenses No felony cases have as yet been tried Among tho visiting attorneys are the following Hugh Riddle Irvine lIon F e Lykins A II Stamper and J M Tester Camp Zv T Hurst Boxer T C Johnson Tallega and F E Fogg of West Liberty 4 ciN1E1ThREr I wish to thank my many friends for tho most orous patronage I received while at Lost CreekIl and ask that thoy still patronize me and I willIex ton d to each and overy new customer the same attention my old ones have received in the past I am F eeiui9 flew Qoods Daily and will continue to receive thorn until my store I will be known tar and wide as The store that keeps everything and sells goods so cheapI that tho other merchants will wonder how and why I I sell this way i = = Country Produce WantedlFor which I will patho highest market price 100000 Dozen Eggs Wanted I For which I will pay cash I Next week I will quote p- ricesJRBLAKE t I For Jailer Lewis Gross places his announce ment in this issue of TUB NKWS as candidate for jailer subject to the action of the Republican party Mr Gross is a good citizen about SO years old has never asked rOlr e before and tusks thud the peo of Hreathitt county irrespect ive of party give life claims a just consideration My friends are everywhere Greenwell 5 cenlfJIIImportant Notice Tho officers of the Hreathitt County Sunday School Association are called tof meet Sunday at two c oclock at the Presbyterian church Plans and a programme arc to be made for tho county Sunday school conventions to ho held April 1 and 2 Let every officer be sure to attend also tho Sunday school superintendents W W POWELL PIes Mia SALLH Pu riots Sec I Greenwell for men women and children 5 clmlsITho Sick Mrs Floyd Napier of Smith Brunch is very sick threatened with pneumonia W II Lindon of Insko whoI has been very low with typhoid fever is recovering very slowly Misses Evelyn Byrd Ray and Emma Caldwell of the college faculty have been ill with grippe during the past week tilleLee county is very sick at his home and fears nro entertained I that he will not recover ho being i about 00 years old Tho tide has come on Greenwell cents THE DEATH ROLL LOUiSIille for her health lied at the depot in Louisville on February GthI just as she was curried otF tho rain She had been suffering with consumption for about two years and after her trip to Texas hiding out she could not recover i sho asked to be brought home and almost succeeded dieing in a few blocks of home but in the presence of her friends Sho was the daughter of M W Puckctt i deceased antia sister of James Puckett of this county John Griffith died at his homo on Turkey Creek this county las Saturday after a short illness o pneumonia Ho was ono of most prosperous citizens of hi neighborhood having accumulated quite a lot of money and property I childt ren of this county for the past years and did his work well was prominently mentioned as candidate for sheriff for the nex term Ho was of a jovial dispo sition and was in the best of health until a short time before his death which furnishes another illustra tion of tho uncertainty of life Morning noon and night Green well 5c 5 cents sometimes buy sI bad ones Greenwell never cad W r 1 II CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS I ritEsnYTKUux niuncu Pastor W W Services every PoIIIm mind 7 p m Sabbath school at n in Prayer meeting every Wednesday at 7 p III Special services will bo held at tho Presbyterian church Sunday morning and evening The pastor Rev W W Powell will preach at the usual hours 11 a m 7 p m The subject for the evening service will be George GreutnessI many court will bo most heartily wel comed Sabbath school at ih15 METHODIST KHSCOIAL CHUItplI Pastor William J Morphis Services will be held at tho M E Church South Sunday n February 26 At l1A mText I John 5 Whosoever belicveth that Jesus the Christ is born of Godnnd every one that lovcth him that begat loveth Mini also that is begotten of him At 330 p m the regular hour for the devotional meeting of the Epworth League the officers for DrlJIInesdent IIaroldfi Gibson Second I Vice President Mrs F E Sandi ors Third Vice President IJY I Rcdwine Fourth Vice President 118 Charles H Thompson Secre ary and Treasurer Miss Katheryn Sewell will assume the obligations of their respective offices und will bo regularly installed in tho same in n special installation service Program consisting of Special music- Responsive e Reading Ps G7 Hymns special Lesson from Epistle Rom 12 18Lesson front Gospel Matt 25 1427 Apostles Creed recited in con certAn address appropriate to the occasion followed by the installa lion of the ofliccrsclect into the duties obligations responsibilities etc of tho leaders of the League movement- I At 7 p m IvemgelisticServicc- lopie Eternity Theme Where Will You Spend Eternity 1 A cordial welcome to strangers andan urgent invitation is ex theIspiritual workx tho young peo tofangels Greenwell best seller in the world 5 cents r1Unlou Revival Assured lhoiunanih osedt1 01 com toLm the other churches in the general management of the revival Tho Presbyterians arc the promoters of the union movement It is ex petted that the other churches will join the moemlltntonce r FOUNTAIN PENS H Best Make 9250 Every ono FUUJ- btARAXTEED Y to give entire satisfac thou HEINTZ I JEWELER 13 Multi Street Opp Phwnix- LEXINGTON KY FOUNTAINPENS REPAIRED PRICES FORI LOWERQullljr ceaiUijJ Ian iny otter Needles Ci IcIalrs rot ALL nuts AT SINGER STORE Needles for all makes of machines 5c per package Southeast corner Main and Broadway Jackson Ky n n FREE PATTERN JfA owQ uleetlou to every cub ODly 50 cents a year M CALIS MAGAZINE A LADIES MAGAZINE A fem 1 tiulUul colonel plum lent I hocchwuldmMaul a4anomiefancy action etc Sub ictlb todarorsnd copy bbadtotrmsd- stymlab 4jr tgiBU Ull4 RdlabU Upto boolutlylertlctFlttlDr Mg CALL PAtTERNSc III All SCMI Mowed Ml rtrftntMM allowtttt4 Biittai Hd Seotoa Venn IIIlbAorr r ml town oi br milt Inn THE MoCALL CO 113115117 Will Jilt St NW YOlK lAr I Watches t I OLOOKS7ISilverware Silver Novelties andall kinds of iiratclass Jewelry call on S D FLEENOR JEWELER AND OPTICIAN JACKSON KY u 0 All Juessod too High limo result of the guessing contest in tho last Presidential elec lion has at last been announced The total vote cast was 13520831 All the successful estimators guess cd within tho figures 1950971- to 9 13531083 A list of tho win tiers is now on limo in our oflice In the language of Edward Mar cum all of our subscribers guessed too high I I CYOfKI Look2efore a 2ou Purchase Say did you know we lund the IcEi CINt OF OOD5 Ij1 TOU You can spend money anywhere but when it comes down to now uptodato right priced giltedged value please the customer and pleasure to kin of merchandise we have it HOESI All made to nt well and wear well nobby and dressy andas cheap as others soil old shopworn stuff It is not possible for any dealer in tho country to offer better goods at time saute pnco Ask nay lady in town where to buy your I Dress Goods and NotionsThe verdict is unanimous Truly your friendstA P CRAWFORD CO d f6 Jackson eonlucky h II i Ladies Fine Shoes II I No Cut of Vamps in Courtneys Shoes 1OR SALE BY A P Crawford Co FOR SALE Pure bred Golden Bronze Turkeys White Pekin Ducks Cornish Indian Game and Single Comb Brown Leghorn Chickens HatchingIin season Place your orders early Our eggs are guaranteed to bo strictly fresh null from wellmated ureIbred fowls OVij PRICES wt 1jITu LM M Hagins UEFY cow FATES TO WEST aid SOUoj1WEST VIA Southern Railway rGnw round trip rates every first nnd third TUESDAY In each month VERY CHEAP ONE WAY AND HOUND TUIP RATES February and March 21 TWO TRAINS DAILY JIETXVKKX LEXINGTON ASH ST LOUIS No change of ears Frog Retaining Ohntr Cnra VIA SOUrilEUN RAILWAY i 1 Write for Information T w GREW3 T P A Ill E Multi 3t LKXIXQTON Kr PHOTOS FOR SALE You may never see another ice tido carrying away eight thousand logs nn hour but you can kayo tho picture of it as it passed Jackson for only 35cents Address J D Moore Photographer Jaqk son Ky o rt FREE Y 1r u mho 9lClw 2oi k- Vribunofarmer Is the most thoroughly prac tical helpful useful entertaining national illustrated agricultural and fa mil r weekly in tho United States ONE DOCCF PER YEAR- Send your name for free sample copy New York SribugeFarmer Tribune Bldjj Now York City The Now York Tribune Farmer and time HKEATHITT COUNTY NEws both one year for only 1 the subscription price of TUB NEWS alone if you send your order and money to THE NEws office SUBSCRIBE NOW d GUARDyour health by using PURE hoar only The moat health fill cereal pre ration is flour and tho most healthful flour U- HANSFIELDS BEST PATENT AND p Mountain Lily Milled hywlltor power from the very boat selected wheat on u mill that is mechanically per fect Wo say MANSFIELDS U tbo finest flour made but wo dont expect you to take ourdword for it We DO ask you however to try just ono sack Wo know it will be enough to inako you a fitn fast friend ol t MANSFIELD FLOUR N 33uy from your Sroctryman SONI fI s a I tttiA LITTLE NONSENSE r Comical Saying From the Mouths ol A 1 Youngsters First Small Boy My sister got her picture in time paper for ben cured Second Small BoylnhI That c aint nothing My goat got his pic turc in colors on a brcwry poster Grocer to small custonier Johnny would you like to have an oll11nyN sir Im afraid toI cat em GrocerWhyJohnnyCause my grandfatherd- ict1 of uppleplexy Tommy snid the teacher to a small pupil whose hands were not as clean ns they should have been what is that on your hands Huh exclaimed Tommy contemptuously You aint much of a schoolteacher if you dont know dirt when you see it Little Johnny Papa says that honesty is the best policy Mamma Well what of it dear Little Johnny Papas a politi cian isnt he Momma Yes Little Johnny Then how does ho know Chicago News A Welcome Change She And ore you really so much better since you returned from your trip abroad1 IfYes indeed Im quite another man I assure you She Well Im sure all your Fy friends will be delighted to hear it Give Your Stomach n Rest t Your food mutt be properly digested and nsjimilated to br of uny value to yon If your stomuch U weak or tlis eased tak Kodol Dyspepsia Cure It digests what you eat and gives the lecupeir 1 ntl g ngain Kodol cures sour stomach gas r blunting heart palpilation mil ull dl jestlve disorders L A Super of Lit tlo Uock Ky writes us Ua feel that Kodol Dyspepsia Cure deserves4- f all the commendation that Cull he R Iv i tin it us It saved the life oj our llttld fi b y girl when she was three years old She Is slow six and we hat kept it fur her J constantly but of course she only 4 takes it now when anything disagreesb with her Sold by MS Cruin In For Keeps Y Boy Theres a man out here that wants to know if you are in Lawyer A rather seedy man eh Ho probably wants to borrow a dol lar You can tell him Im in antI prefer not to be outnot even to the extent of u quarter Boston Transcript A Ruling Passion Wee Katharine was born with a greatIOIHlncss tonished her mother by anxiously inquiring Mamma what dresi shall I wear at the judgment day Uppincotfis Magazine In the Water Barrel The Tadpole Why on earth are you wrigglin and squirming around I so much Iou make mo nervous The Pollywog I got the idea from the physical culture page of the Sunday a Cincinnati Com jnerciolTribune s Conscience Doesnt Tell t Jimmy Didnt you hear the Sun slay school teacher say your con science is what tells you when you orewrong i Tommy Its a good thing it doesnt jell your mother Philadeli phia Ledger How It Might Da Utilized The phonograph is a wonderful thingc indeed If some people 1 xvf would into it and then listen to M themselves they might know better than to sing any 11OreNcw York 1 fft Press I tn s t A Touching Story r is the saying from tenth or tim e baby 2girlor Geo A Hyler CnmberlardMd j lie writes At thtuJt of U months = our little girl was In declining health with serious Throat Trouble anti two physicians gave her up Ue were almost in despair when wp rotolved to i tr try Dr Kings Now Discovery for Con- v gumption Coughs and Cold The first bottle gave relief afar taking four bottles she was cured and ij now in perfect health Never mile to relieve t and cure a cough or cold At I he Jackson Drug Co toe and 100 guar 1anteed Trial bottle free r See S D Fleenor for bargains In I p clocks A fine 8 day ninntlfclook for V tlflO Othem sell time seine clock for 1StfIf Y t Jf r A Record of Marvelous Accomplishment i I Established February 19 1904 The Kentucky Farmer and Breeder of Lexington has within a few months time become concededly the best weekly paper of its kind in America and has secured a paidinadvance circulation of over 13000 copies Among the contributors to its columns on agricultural topics are many of the bestposted men in America Mr H F Hillenmyer whose reputation as toainquiries 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 advertisingfor both of which it offers special discounts it has no rival in the state More than half its circulation is in Kentucky and for the most part among people who are interested in and able to buy either farms or good stock V TV Byspecial arrangement weare able to offer for a limited tinietr THE KENTUCKY FARMER AND BREEDERA- ND THE BREATHITT COUNTY NEWS j 4 BOTH FOR I YEAR AT S2OO THE PRICE OF THE KENTUCKY FARMER AND BREEDER ALONE It is the most valuable weekly paper in America for the farmers of Kentucky to take Published at Lexington the hub of the horse world anil the center of the states agricultural interests it has the opportunity to obtain and it never fails to publish live uptodate fresh news and valuable feature matter which no other paper contains Sample copies may be had on application at this office mDoWell I han to Hows that Thats the only wag I can keep peace in my household Yonkers Herald Only Lacks Drains Ire eecnia to bo so much in love with his wife personAlmostgeniusChicago RecordHerald I All For Appearances lies very fund other isnt he Well really I dont think lies as fdnd of her 03 lie is fond of hay ing remark that he is fond of her Philadelphia Press C Both Wrong byhisnoAnd n mail judges n woman looksBruoklyiiLife Profitable Guessing Contest A guessing contest of unprece dented bigness gave the leading daily newspaper of Paris the Petit Fa circulation of 1500000 The contest consisted in the number of grains of guessingI certain scaled bottle The prizes including a first prize of 5 000 amounted to 100000 It is said that during the competition in which millions took part the cir culation attained the almost incred ible number of 2500000 a day A special staff of COO clerks had to bo engaged to sort the wagon loads of correspondence which arrived every morning Both Necessary Now my dear children said an archdeacon HI will ask you a few questions in your catechism Which of you can tell me the two things necessary in baptism Quite right water Water is one thing and what is the other What I Can none of you think what else is nec essary Well little girl what do you say Please sir a baby was the re ply Concerning Tears Cut what you expect in half subs tract what you would like to have add nothing and multiply the result by naught and you get what you get in this vale of tears Expect to do without the things you want most take what yrou can get and be satisfied New York Times Public Is Aroused The pulilic is aroused to n knowledge or the cnratlvo merits of the great medicinal tonic Electric Bittern fur- muck stomach Ilpr and kidney Mary n WnlterROr MO St Chair Ave Co imbue 0 writes For toveral months I was given up to die I had fever and ague my nerves were wrecked I could tint sleep and my stomach tr1U so weak tram useless doctors dtigs that I could not eat Soon nt- tor heRlnnlnj In RIcA Electric Hitter I obtained relief and In n short into I- was entirely cured Guaranteed at- The Jackson Drug Co price 60e r == =IMore Fun Than Swimming your summer time With awlmmln holes nn ilcht Talnt In It with tho winter time For then the sport in rich Aconstln down the slippery snow Your iturnmlck on a sled Tour he U n tlclcln up the hill While downhill hang yer head mows Tile KILL The only punt at I dont Ike u 11 wnlkln up the hill To go aecootln down nuln For you never Kit tr nil Of cutting through the frosty nlr When the snow It hard an white nut Biln up aint such a snap Though ilownUnn out o sight Agility of Insects There was a certain little fly that was observed to run three inches anti make in doing it 110 steps all in onehalf a second of Ihrio To equal this in proportion to hU fize a man would have to run ut the rate of twenty miles n minute The common flea leaps 200 time its own length To show like agility a man six feet tall would have to leap a distance of 100 feet The cheese mite is about onequarter of an inch in length yet it has been seen to take the tin of its tail in its mouth and then letting go with a jerk to leap out of a vessel six inches in depth To equal this a man would to jump out of n well from n depth of 11i feet A Rude Wind A little boy was taking a walk with his father on a very cold day when n sjrong wind was blowing After a short time he remarked Father isnt the wind rude It will neither go round nor stay behind you but goes right through you The Sniislilno of Spring Tim Solve that cures without t rear is DeWlitK Wllnh Morel flnlre Omits Rums Hoi Hnilgps grid Piles dump pear huforo this 110 of tills snare an snow before time Kunfihinit of pprina kiln II M Mlddlelon Tlieheg III ears I was seriously nflltcled with n ever sore that waw very painful Ie Altta Witch Hazel Salve cured me in leis than a week Get the genuine void by 11 S Grain A nice small Farm In Leo county for pale The Larkin Slamper place on 111 head of Bear Creek Nice dwelling rld storehouse cribs and barn never alllnp water well fenced Price rea enable and terms easy For purlieu lara apply to RAM JETT- 3Vincheater Ky rr Job Printing lleincmbcr lint lusts is pro pared to print letterheads note heads billluiuls statements ell voloiics cards Inbels receipts invitations and nil kinds of business stationery on the best stock in tasteful style at the most rlnsonn ble pi ice Compare our worl with that turned out by any job office nnd you will lied it to your advantage to have us do your work We also print posters pamphlets and ovorytliin usimlli turned out hn country oflice TII53WANTKI 10COO Tlct on liifr above tide glare For mriirulnr call oil or iiildnsj the ilL luokuu Ky 2U AISQaus oCoal and IInther f ninl Wanted Wnntpil one hundred thousand acres of rui aid timber lands In Kastorn Kentucky fur CAst for Eautern Capi talists Write to 0 K SMITH Lexington Ky TilE connoNiR HR IRYANS PAPER Now is the time to secure Mr IJry mn paper All d inocralB tired the paper nnd Mr Itryan nerds the support ir d cooperation of nil true friends m1 eforin rime Commoner has coni nencrd tn orpantzo the democratic fiesta for 1008 Mr llryan ndvucapy through Tim Commoner of the election or U S Judges nnd U S nenntnrs by Hipnlnr vote direct leginlntlon the ivortbrnir of private monopole tarlll reform timid other Issues Insures Inter iytingnnd instructive reading na writ as new Isle to the parly Time Commoner and HKKATIIITT JOUNTY NKW both one yenr fur llm low prico of f I 35 Itegnlar preP of The Commoner UOO Tins olfer applies to both new stud renewnl sub seript ions Addrean nil orders to Tun JKKATIIITT COUNTY NKWH I A papr for f1CXI n enr is- sonielhiug the publin ling long desired The Chicago Dally Hevler Hdelif hi rul family dnlly giving nil important news innrket reports and ninny inter filing depuriinenlii fur mrn uoineii and children is sent to mibKcrihers rur- fl n year 70 cents for 0 months CO cents rill S months Subscribe toiler address Tlie Chicago Itevlow Co 380 CocaCola ilulldlitj Chicago lllinoln Jj iJ7 fO HOT glUIKO S n IO7O ea lvooil null Load I lie unit return from Ohlcnjrn dniiy vn HyOlrrlspolllllnRIy paints Time HJack IIIIU region time great natural fnnitnriun of tho Vest- is ono or the most picturesque gpotg in- time World and well worth a visit InformAtion and tickets can be secured from your home agent Illustrated Black hills Hooklet with valuably map tailed on receipt tif 4 cents in stamps by WB Knigkern Chicago FOR SAIE1wo splendid miloh Um B HnglnseOI I F N a AILROAD TABLES Lexington Eastern Ry LOCAL TIMK TABLE Effective Oct 10th 1901 Westbound No i No jDally Dlly Ia Sunday Its Sunday x AM IM- iv Jackson 025 225 U t K Junction 029 oUO Beattyvllle Jun 728 826 Torrent 7 47 847 Natural Bridge 801 401 Stnnton 828 4 JJ- OOUjOlty 837 4U9- WinoliPitnr 923 020 Ar Lexington 1010 605 East oti nd No i No 4 daily laity es Sunday Ii SmUa Pm A M Iv Lexington 225 1- 5Ulnnhester 310 825 Clay Oily 3NJ B13 Stanton 400 923 Natural Bridge 43j BH Torrent 449 100S- Beattyvllle Jim Bll 1029 0 A K June flH 11 Sf- lr Jackson 01D 1130 Xos 3 and 4 mnku elope conncelli for Cnnnul City and points on Ohio i Kentucky Hallway Division daily rr cepttiiindny Nog I Mid 2 connect at L B Junction with Chesapeake A Ohio for Mt Sterling and local points Trains Ncs 1l 2 connect at Beatty yllle Junction with Lk A for Hcntt rlllo J It BAiin Gen Mgr CIIAH SCOTT 0 P A Oa KrIt Y Effective May 22nd 1001 cast hound West Bound = ue 7 f 5g STATIONS jjS d V rH i O + H i ul An re At AMIV rM LV 930 23r Jackson 1120 800 925 2 30 0K June II 26 3 1- A43 168 ttilhiint 1HM 4J7 630 152 llntnpton 11534t3f1 750 128 Le tidy J2J 5a0 741 122 Melechawa 1223 5IP 716 105 Cannel City 1245 64- JILV PM IV Ml ARPU AR Vestbound Passenger Train connect at O K Junction with train which leaves Lexington at 740 n in East bouod rauniiKer Train eionni eti at U k K Junctiun with train which arrives at Wlncheiter 520 and Isl ington at 005 pm M L Co acT Siipt n Louisville 1S Atlantic Ry In eiTuclJuly IRth 1004 NOl NO 6 Arrive LMV IM A M Stations 0 15 L A K Jncknn 0 25 0 Cft lienllyvllle JVt 7 00 150 kMltyvllloN 7 15 4 SO IleidelburR 802 312 Irvine 020 16 Uichmnnd 10 20 ot No a xi XolJ IM P 51 AI- I 00 P I1rhll 2 35- 1M II 65 RIO Klolmjond 315 600 1124 7 40 Valley View 4lfi 014 tl 00 7 10 Nielinlnivlllu 4 43 0 M 10 13 6 31 Versailles 535 755 740 3j0 LoiiUvlilo 515 1040 Lv Iv Ar Ar II U Smiih G V do I1 A Vennillen Ky ItLU1 GRASS TRACTION CO Georgetown ntxl Lexington Trim tion Company Cars Inve Lexington for Paris every hour rlOIl1 611 m to 7 pm sin at 9 p in Leave Paris every hour from 7 n m to 8 p in suit At 10 p in Single lIre 40 cents Leave Lexington for Georgetown ev- cry hour fruit 7 n in to 1 p in except II u 111 1 p in R p ni nnd 10 p Il- l1IIIe Georgetown every hour from 0 a in to 10 p in except 10 n in 12 II- Ialld 7 and 9 p in Y ALKXANDKU President Uh FA Kit FOR BALI lro acres 2 miles south of India- nField Uiinwnns n pert of time Indinn- Old Fields A hoiiiie with 7 rooms cistern nt the dour with nil the other necessary out liliildingg one stock hnrlllllle toliHcuo harp sulllciiiu to- hold 4 acres of tohucco Churches and- sehual convenient The farm is well wlI11lnllll fenced There is n nlee- yonug orclmid of sometlilng over 100 alIllIltle in bearing selected fruit- canon or address me nt Iiidlun Fields Ky O W AUKIJ r SI have several hundrejl deeds ra- eOI1Itd during my term of office n9- Couumty Clerk These are Viiltiulilo III- Lhe owners of the land and 1 would hr glad for them to call pay time recB- IIlItl take them out J Wiso IlsRlim Ilr 3- l I Here V cAre The Celebrated HANAN E3HOE s The Boat on Earth PRICE 5OO PRICE For Stile By DAY BROSOOJaoksoq elJtuolyIti 525i sa SiS 52rnvn mv rtF111iA1VFOltia hlrr i JACKSON 13aa1ii rOSIT BANKJL Jackson Kentucky U Paid up Capital and Surplus 2650000 jf t t a d S e e t t a a a a t Wo toliuit tho Banking JJusinoss iunl Accounts orILumber ManufuoturcVs i rn Timber Dealers1 business Men- Merchantsvj Partners i rF liulorn Kentucky and offer our Ouatomora j IThronghonl tho most m RAL TERMS 3 Within Limo limits of IvgUimnto bnsineao I c mICOLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY 25 75Yu5rs55r35c525 5rSSsr5P5 55S2t52Sds25 mIn in lime z z tfilreathiti County Tfe- fjio 1ti best jnadium by which 1- J to roach all tho mountainl 1radQzZ Uivice the Circulation of 1 any papor in JroalnlllJI t IONess Q e ushn the t young man or young woman who would win success in liferThis being conceded it is of first importance to get your training at the school that stands in the very front rank Mio Bryant Stratton Business College N B Corner Second mid Walnut Sts I OUISVI IYM3 KV Bookkeeping Shorthand Tolcgrapliy Seven experienced teachers each ono a specialist in his line 14rite for u bountiful hook rivinjr testitnonjals from uriuUnitV occu eying prominent positions nil over the United Sliilos it will be mail ctJ to you KUIK- School open nil the your Students can enter nt nnl tunic K J 1VRIOIiT President i jSIl ItJInuSrld imlIIOTKLIXTIIWC11Y DBlOT I ARLINGTON HOTELS i t S TAULBEE PROP JACKSON KY I FIRST CLAS3 SAMlLU 000D LI + ltYSTAnrE IN GJNKECTION ROOMS 1l I u KodoI- Y t DYSPEPSIA CURE fDIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT TIts 100 bottle conUIni VA tlm ilime trial flu which Mill or SO cents IIAIID ONLY AT THE LAMRATOtr Op soC DaWXTT Sc COMPANY C1IICACO ILL For Sale by At S CRAIN Jackson Ky o rfIr n + f JI l