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LJ j4t c 7f1ffJ iBREATHITi c1cmNTyws-J J = = WIHK UAOINS Editor and Publisher A NKWBPAIKU DEVOTED TO TUB INTEUESTS OF EASTERN KENTUCKY f ONE DOLLAR Ytit YBAR IN ADTANCK t JVolume IV Jackson Kentucky Friday March 31905 Number 20 s ifWewill accept advertisements U a guaranty that our paper has more than twice the circulation in Urtutliitt County of any paper published Our paper goes to tWo ory post oflico in Jorry County and almost every ono in Leo Ma gollln Owsloy Wolfe and Knott Counties If you want to reach the moun tain trade try an ad in thu HUKATIN tinCOUNTY NKWS f i KIILTHCOUCHAND WITH Dr Kings MI Discovery I IFOR C ONSUMPTION OUfiHS and OLDS Fr IPlce Unrest and Quickest Cure for nil THROAT and LUNG TROUB LYe or MONEY BACK I W Deanp Contractor tt 1Stouts Work Lime and Cement for sale Oivo hiin a call when needing anything in his line JACKSON KY e bl BUY THE IjtMfi I Ull1UlKUluNE Before You Purchue Ant Other Write THI NtW NOM IIWIII MUHIIIt CHtPANT- OMAKOt MASS f Mtny Stwtnr 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RIFFPIa1G1uWtd11tVHNeJittIU1NuLa kANatl = IIUtNaTE V r N S lfoUoUUWMlai GUAKANTIiliU KOH Ali I JY at4 fUMiut tut kit ttuallit ilant vyciu a IOur9300 LID to tUG 250 to 750 to 33 Ak yae aealead bul- wi uw O4 Ir yod ns wtubtr4awdetWlw 0 JhlULIp4Intake NK aeW 01 111ar FAIL to lOw to 1110lo0oitft4 opt U tu til lave a lutrttfM I lee rnjxt 1 pott U UouUaf U4llKl a e 4 cats IsImle w pr- wur II MARC nil beaaa WUkutKllllt FKUtt i rUMUM wnIuett L i lillTTIIB M PO rAUSMASSUia ARMS Boxoeif a TOOL 11Jt1 THE BLIND TIGER John L Strong Suggests That War be Made on Them KOITOU NKWS Knowing the awkward position in which tho people of iirunthitt tIICStlonsand that it ia the dutyof every thinking man to use every honest moans possible to restore pence Iwollleora majorityof the thinking people of county will agree with me in regard to thus proposition I method of known through the columns of TILE NEWS what 1 believe to Im ono or the greatest evils known to civilization with which we are topro1dOlllinato will ho dotted with bloodshed and murder andall kinds of heinous peopleThistiger Slaving had the opportu nity of making myself acquainted with BOIIIO of tho evils that are found around the lurking place of the tiger it will probably be of some interest to the peoplo to know of some of the results that tigerliquorof numbers of peoplo in Breathitt hopelesswithout food or clothes After investigating the ciusu of their being reduced to such a lowly state of life the huswer is most sure to be the tiger has often visited our homes Oo to time farmers homed who but a few years ago were safe and prosperous businww men andee t them now with their farms desti taco of property and covered with mortgages multi wyhose living has almost come to naught When asked the cause misfor bylookingbldotlg ltot olwmit all went in time in tigerJo condemned and doomed felon there suffering time tortures of death and hell which is beyond tho power of hu man comprehension for a few days awaiting time death call from pitifullIdhcwallin you I have como to this end by too often visiting the abode of the tiger the records of our courts dottedwith hundreds of all kinds of cases every year and when brought baforo a jury tho proof will show that most of tho crimes were caused by the use of tiger whisky You mayvisit tho hiding place of the ti vet and you will lind there stationed around the doorway mien who one year ago wore in fairly good condition waiting for some man to como around and give them two or three good kicks a tigorliquorhomo living on br in rags Go to the fireside of the aged widow and mother and there sue her in misery from time awful strain oCR broken heart probably over tho loss ofeon husband and father hoping from day to day to be called from this earth that she may bo relieved of tho heartren ding grief Whoa asked tho cause of her great trouble the an swer will come from her quivering lips and shaking form tin tiger was too often a visitor at my houseThe evils that oiigiuate from time haunts of time tiger de story tho thought of and good order flllt our countyvitli starving widors and orphans our jails penitentiaries and asy hUlls with criminals Ipon in stigution it will be found that tiger at time bottom of a ma jorlty of time business failures throughout our mountain conn tin After considering time many crimes that result from timid evil and knowing the awful condition in which men can ho placed from tho use of it seems jloopleoropened to a senso of their duty and lay aside their personal and political predjndicos and come to gether and reason each other and see if there can not bo some plan whereby the law can be on forced that peace and order may prevail throughout Breathitt I J 4 county No one under time law is allowed to retail liquor in this countyand if I were clothed with the power of time strong arts of the law us the officers of this county are and desired to make a lasting reputation tint would be worthy the name of any man a name that would be honored and praised by too people throughout time county a name would be read from the pages of history by the rising generation to como with honor and imiko on impression never to be forgotten make war and fight to a finish not with sword and pistol in bloodycom bat but I would use the strong arm of the law and every power that is vested by the laws of the State against every in this county lei him be bind or let him see let him bo man or let him be beast and I would use it until every tiger would be fotced to flee front time wrath that would be after Lim and seek shelter in unknown parts or transact his profession through jail bars When this is done peace and good order will return to our county and society will go un moleehllRnd business will rise up in the place of time tiger the far mar will be doing a prosperous buainesslLimo merchant will be and payinghis bills tho banker will deposits any paying interest All touch more will be done when time law is enforced against tho tiger Down with the tiger JOHN J40 STltliNOi My size is largest U reenwell Gci A Dally and a Weekly Paper for S350 We have shale arrangements Ly which we CUll furnish tho Louis villo Daily Herald and time UKKATUITT COUNTY NEWS both one year for tho very low of S2DO or tho Weekly Louisville Herald and time HUEATIHTT COUNTT NEws both ono year for 8100 This offer is goodonly for 8 short time au tlio lJ whoWHnt a daily taper should take advantage of it at QIICU The Chemists Discovery The chemist of the South Dakota food commission extractedenough coal tar dye front a bottle of port wino taken from an original pack age in the presence of members of the legislature to dye a brilliant wino color nine square feet of heavy wool Oil cloth rom a bottle of tomato catsup ho took enough dye to color a like amount of woolen cloth A single bottle of pop produced color powerMinneapolis Beware of Heavy Coffee A German review contains un article by Bertarelli on a new adultera lion of coffee The rousted boons are plunged in a 5 per cent solu tion of borax and then left to dry The borax snakes them shine andair sorbs water thus adding to the toIdry the coffee and if it loses over 4 per cent of its weight there has been a fraudulent absorption of water London Globe Morning noon and night Green well5c 5 cents sometimes buys bad ones Green well never bad By the TunIc Route The pills that act as a tonic and not ainilrnitlc purge are DuUitt + Little Early Klier They cure Headache Oiinitlpatlon Rilioiuiitus eta Early Risers are small easy to take and easy to acta sate pill Mack Hamilton hotel clerk at Valley Oily N D says Two bottles cured IHP of chronic coi itipatlon Sold b11I S Crnin Japans Christian Advance The following is from an essay on the Japanese written iu the recent remmar school examinations by a lower schoolboy Until recently the Japanese used to fight with bowl and arrows but now they are equip pedwith the complete arms o- rUhrlstianSt a James Gazette Got Off Cheap lie may well think he has got ofT cheap who after haying contracted conillpallnn or Indigestion la stillable to perfectly mature hli health Noth ing will do tills but Dr Kings New Life IMIU A quick pleasant and certain cure for headache constipation etc 2Go at The Jack Ion Drug Co guaranteed See S D Fiefnor for bargains in clocks A flue 8 day mantle clock for 1160 Others tell the same clock fog 250 mlStf Take advantage of one of our newspaper combinations while they last ot fJ J CONDENSED STORIESj Why Track Walker Doolin Flagged the Belated Express P Doolin was h track walker on the Erie railroad lie attended a wake one day shortly before it was time for him to go on duty with the lamentable result that early ini the evening he rcvmcd ambitious to walkon both sides of the track at onceThe Thunderbolt express was due to pass time Ha ken road at 845 At that time Doolin reached the appearShe nsHS LATE IUID DOOLIN lin began to worry about her in a way 11ht n she was twenty minutes lute ho could control his anxiety no longer and began walk ing the truck toward her as fast as he could in his uDl atly condition The Jhunderboltmeantime was flying along at unusual speed She has been delayed by a trifling wreck uplosted like a giant pin wheel in the gloom far down the track The en gineers face whit ftid The brakes ground into the complaining wheels the engine rocked and trembled passengers lurched in their seats hiss of air and steam tho stoppedDropping cab the trem blinK engineer ran up to where PI Doolin Itoo- dWhatwhats the matter he gasped late Isaid D olin Twhal kept yezsEarle Hooker Eaton in Harpers A Generous Bridegroom People are said to differ perhaps on no question moro than as to the proper tip for a wedding fee There are many stories told in this connect Lion but tho following is certainly unique besides having tho virtue of being quite true Dr Madison R Peters was tho victim He chanced to be stopping in a small town one summer when a couple from the neighborhood asked for his 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ALbRaTO a cc I a JJreallrlll lows IJWISE MArtlNS Editor Friday March a 1005 p PROFESSIONAL CARDS =J WISE IIAQINSA- TTORNEYArLAW Office over PostOlltco JACKSON KWJTUCKT himjtAllwill icceivo prompt tention == =c===cC c iimrnmnnnnnnmtTmmnmTTTTTTimiUj 1 L C ROARK E LAWYER i- E JACKSON KENTUCKY 3 E AVill practice in Ilrentlittt and 5 S Gounllex E 4 Siiiniiiiiniiniiiiiiimimimiiiiuumiiia i t lf I r G W FLBESOR A II PArro IlJEliKOU fc PATTON- LAWYfina 1 j i L JACKSON KENTUCKY j NN N flMI- i JOHN D WHITE L A VYl31r Office over flank Manchester Clay Co KentuckyAlso Room 603 Kentucky Title Bldg Lonlsvillo Ky Will practice in State nnd U S Courts correupcmleuce tniiclilne New Era Co lands In Owsliy ur 0 V L Jo lands in Marian or Gcioso Creek farm KyS investigate and report viiluefof tiiliior large tincU qf timber coal nod oil lands lornlvd between Meslmck Monroe iviunty Ky and the head of Kingdom Conio letch pr Co Ky as52525 52S2525252525 J LEETEtC BEUUIS hlT LqiCIVIL ENGINEERS l AND SURVEYORS Prompt Attention given tom all classes of work and SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OIFICi I JACKSON b525252525 2952sJ i S53SH5H5E5ES5SH571SHSH CON LEY BROWN COPEI 01VIL ENOINEEUS fl I AND SURVEYORS 3 Local Surveying specialty j K Phone 39 Ollico in the old J rn Hnrgis building K JACKSON 1 J LC2S252S25252S2S252SsJ ANNOUNCEMENTS s v FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE We nre authorized to announce GRANT lJOrLIDAY 1 16 JIB a candidate for fteprpppnlallve train the 02d LpRlalallve District emnpose of the counties of Itreabftt JltI i11ingo0n subject to the notion of IIP t Republican purtI1 We ore authorized to announce GEORGE W ARNETT itji n candidate for RepresentntI 1p the P2d Legislative district cum S posed of the counties of UrpBthitt Lei r had Magomn lIubJect to tho nct nn of r partytaAVe are authorized to nniviunco 11 S JOHN C GRIFFITH d ns a candidate fr ReprHsenlatlvefrom t the 02nd Legislative district composed of the counties of Hnjjithltt Leo pjJlBgofllh subject to tlio notion of tl Republican party r FOR ASSESSOR Ve lire authorized to nnnounco JOHN L STRONG qt nan candidate for Assessor of Brnnthltl county subject to the notion of the lto publlcin party FOR SHERIFF J r i Inth a cnndfdnla for Sheriff of 5 Itrenililtt County at tlie coning No vember election 11neo1 CItVHW Julio Braiuli Ky FOR JAILER i t a Ve are nulhoriztd io nnnounco LEWIS GROSS of Elk itnwn us n candidate fthrthe olllce of Jailor of Hruntlilttcfiiinly sub L ject to the action of tho Rrpuhlicnii1 party My friends are everywhere r Grccmvell Scents v Now is the tune to subscribe for newspapers nnd magazines 11e can save you mono on nay you wish to take k A peculiar fact is that 1905 ho 1 gnu on Sunday and will end on i Sunday and therefore has 53 Sun 1t days This will not occur agiiin in 110 years a l r 1L s Thousand Sticks n paper pub 1 dished atllyden has again resided publication after n silence of n few weeks A A l cnnil1 ton the editor retires anti IL U Chap l el takes his place ANIn e 1 n- e 7i I I- YAr or 4 CORRESPONDENCE V CAXOB f Rot N L Arlo +roodotCnnoe aged 85 yeas is vory feeble Ho is confined to his bed W N Arrtoodon tho 23rd ult killed an opossum Its hide was 80 inches long It whipped two dogs and attacked the hunter who finally succeeded in killing it andon tho same night ho made Gj pounds of maple sugar Clio tide has come on GrQcnwcll f cents CUOOlCETTSVirjJB W H Deaton of Roosevelt is on the sick list this week UV11alts and wife were in Jackson Monday on business John and Tom Davidson were visited Saturday by 11 S Watts and Jerry Noble of Lost Creek The little infant son of Mr and Mrs Kent Sebastian who got danjreriously burned by fall lag on the grate some few weeks past is improving Mart Henson of lloosovolt who has been very low for tho last month has given to die and told where lie Wants tobo buried Ho is highly thought of byalltvlto know idm- nGreenwell richest flavor Be HOUSSKAU Mrs To Lovely is on tho sick listMr and Mrs Benjamin Harvey left last Sunday on return to their children in West Virginia Philip Gabbardof Wolfe coup ty is renting land of Jacob Hoi brooks on Hunting creek and will move soon Mrs Mary McDaniel is very low with the grippe The Lord snidHIs any sick among you let him send for the el1 tiers of the church and let them pray over him annointing him with oil in tho name of the Lord and tho prayers of faith shall sago the sick and the Lord shall raise him up and if ho has commit cd sins they shall be for given himTames tlthchap 14 CISCSIGrccnwcll best seller in tin world 5 cents ClAYS CltKKlC ISome of our citizens are attend at Jackson this week A C Mcintosh his moved from Gays Creekan1 is no1C n citizen of Ihickhorn Irvine Couch has just returnee from tho army where he has been for the lust six years dfncall West is building a new addition tohishomowhiclnwillalt greatly to the appearance of the same The recent rise in the river failed to mnken good tide which was- a great disappointment to tho log ging men We have been having a few days of very nice weather which ha been in such great contrast t what we have been having during wintereJerry Mclntosh deputy sheriff of Hazard was here during the week on legal business A B Gay and Icsso M Ueglcy were summoned on the jury Jcsso M lleglcy has himself a candidate announcedI this Perry county o the primary August 7 05 Mr Begley is a nun true to his grin ciples anda good man in every way If nominated he would be elected and if elected ho would make a tiptop jailer Grandpa Ilijah1es Mary Noah took two of everything into tho ark even lies ants gnats and- Ilcas t Did ho have two dogs grand la1 Yes Mary why 3 Now grand pa you know very well if ho had two dogs he had more than two liens See 1 Dit Krxo Aly home ask any grocer Greenwcll 5 cents TOUUHNT Kash Cable of Fincastlo was calling on one of the fair sex hero from Saturday till Monday Clyde llumlicld L E agent visited friends at Clay City front Saturday until Monday Mrs T C Ashley Jr nut r Mrs T C Ashley Sr utlendct the funeral of Mrs II1lLAshle nt Kidgcwood Junction Carl Ashley of Simcoo made n brief business trip to JnCltsonl while the guest of friends in our neighborhood early this week L D Mitchell began to pound brass in tho local depot Monday 1 after several weeks leisure spent in nursing burns sustained in tho recent lire here Mrs Luck Ponder Mrs A J Adams anti Mrs It It Adams of Zaclmriah wero called to the bed side of their father Win Town send at Patsey who is at deaths doorMrs Bertha 15 Ashley aged 10 years beloved wife of Earl Ash toy departed this life at tho homo of her parents Mr and Mrs Win Alf Jones Kidgcwood Junction on February 24 1005 after an illness of twentyfour lays Her life is to be compared to a beauti ful flower that springs up and foi a short season exhales beauty and purity and then in the full bloom of life is struck down by the reaper who chooses the fairest blossoms Her grieving friends and relatives can only strive to live as pure and goodas she iu the hope of the meeting where parting and pain is no more She was n bride of fifteen months and well known in Jackson whcro she and her husband resided for six months during the past year The remains were interred in the Hush cemetery near hero Monday Revs A J Adams nnd P 11 Legg con ducting the funeral ceremonies Site is survived by her husband three brothers and n young sister Oak Hill Ohio papers incase copyFriends and relatives of tho dc ceased wish to thank the local Or del of Red Men for their kindly practical services They exhibited n sincere sympathy for their sorrowing brothers by taking on themselves all arrangements My color is red Greenwcll fie IBnUtSOIB Lee Gibsons school at this plat will close Friday Campbell Rose is in Clark noun ty taking mire of his stock vMr and Mrs Blackburn Gam bill were visiting in this neighborhood lust week Buck Howling is very sick and is not expected to live lie has Something the mutter with his brain and has gone blind Now is the time for time farmer to begin to save their seed corn When they lind an emir of good line seed corn they should save it theltheir logs Wo expect quite n number of rafts to leave the South fork on the first tide Corn is worth 3 per barrel+ country bacon 12jc per pound fat hogs 5 per hundred stock hogs 4 per hundred steers 3c per poundsIDillarll Wilson and Miss Jane Gabbard were married at time home of Rev M U Taylor last Thurs tiny Dillard is the youngest son of Martha Wilson ct Cow Creek and Juno is tho daitflr of Mrs May Gabbard of Eversolo We extend to the young couplo OKI best wishes As the cold bleak winter has somewhat abated and tho farmers are seen onto more wielding their axes in the forest Wo arc glad to add a fuss lines to your newsy land valued paper nnd wo hope 0111- I other correspondents will do like wiso We nre always glad to ren their letters front different places FKW CIOTIIKS rHliUP80X J B Hollon of Hazel Green was liege Friday Tnylor Hurst was hi Jackson Tuesday on business- L E Griggs of Mt Sterling was in Simpson Friday Leo Hagins ofJIII ins Switch was in Simpson Monday Mrs W A Hampton was in Jacksoft Monday on business John Hurst of Pcartrcc spent Sunday with his sister Mrs Mace Cope of Taulbce Misses Fannio mind Lillie Hurst and Laura Ilollop visited friends and relativesiii1aclisozi last week 1AULt11- R II HAIRY ELEPHANTS pr1Ctically which is the distinctive covering of inninmnlf lint the extinct mammoth lied nn uiftlorcbht of reddish brown woolly fur in which dark bristly hairs worn thickly set Moth wool and hair have been found with remains in the frozen toil of Siberia Some enra since traces of this fur were uUcovorod in time Indian elephant and from titno to timo indi viduals occur in which tho linirs are developed to such an extent as to bo noticeable Ijy casual observers A natural history journal has call ed attention to tho fact that there is now a hairy elephant in tho Zoo logical gardens at Basle So thick is the rowtlt that nt tho congress of zoologists at Borne in August 1004 the remark was mniloof course in jestthat tho animal was really n mammoth llustuin an Indict clc phunt that lived in the Regents Turk gardens front 1870 to 188S when it was presented to time Devlin gardens was almost as hairy Pima calf born iii London in 1902 hind a hairy coat as any bo seen from its mounted skin in tho Natural Histo ry museum London Telegraph Dinner With Austrian Emperor Tho Kmpcror Francis Joseph has a rule of lifo which greatly perturbs sonic members of his court fe dinoa every day at half past 5 anti he has done since tho beginning of his reign As that hour dOM not suit everybody it follows that the personages are honored with in oumperorfindappetite for dinner nt tea time Thoy salter in silence for tho most part but it is said that a certain great lady resolved to act She was invited to dine with time emperor but she sat at tablo amid ate nothing Time kindly sovereign feared sho was indisposed No sho was quite well Then why did site fond every dish away slit answered 11 never emit between meals The repartee has hind n success nt Vienna But the emperor still dines at half past 5 without ladyLondon Why the Hermit Kingdom Oppressed by her neighbors for centuries and overrun with war her people decimated her cities her temples and her libraries sucked and destroyed her nobles and maiden driven oil to Chinn and her artisans to Japan time most ambitious and unscrupulous of her subjects con stantly stirred to intrigue and con fipirnoy hy foreign powers it is small wonder that Korea has cmlcavora to shut herself oft from the worM langdomto nil progros Century The Wall Street Tonic Ifcnry Clews who is sovcntytolU an interviewer that thero is sotto thing in the Wall street lifo which keeps a man young In spite of years Hero the pulse of life boats fastest Wall street throbs with the daily linglifeis something in the air that stimu sparklinglikeonetime fire of youth energy vim Tne Halifax Dockyard The great Halifax dock nrtl es tabllshcil 150 years ago is to be abandoned by time British ndmirnltj Its closing with only n weeks notice threw too men out of employment The chief reasons for the closing were time expense its payroll amount ing 50000 a year and tho fact ndnilraltyboard ger necessary in the now scheme of imperial defense Tho Oldest Journal Kinpan an official paper of Chi na is the oldest journal in the world dating back to Oil It be came a weekly in 1361 a daily in 1800 olid is now n tridailyr Time regular issue is 8000 copies The morning edition is printed on yellow paper and is confined to trade inter ests limn noon issue is ivhito and wholly official while that nt night is printed on black paper nnd its con tents are miscellaneous Picture Post Card Censors Picture post cards arc subjected to stern censorship in some conti nental countries In Russia those bearing tIlt portrait of Tolstoi have forbidsdAllah or Mohammed or the portrait of a Mussulman France will not permit the designer to ridicule the corpulence of the kiuy of Portugal Escaped In Time Is that the way you 1I1was get off a street cur exclaimed the po licemnn as a man leaped off a trolley car and barely missed bringing about a collision rcplbut ry in this case Try a bogus nickel on the con ductor No A man asked mo whether Caesar killed Brutus or Brutus kill ed Caesar and I got n hump on me Couldnt you have told him I could have told him that Bru tus was time man who did the killing but then the darned fool would have kept on and asked mo what ho did it for and I wasnt going to stay there andudmittTlot I didnt know Chicago Tribune v I1 1 OUR BARGAIN LIST Wo believe I hilt tIll pcP i10 should toad amid keep posted or the ovonts of the day and in order lint our frioiids niiiy have time best nt a very small price wo have niiulo arrangements by which we nhnusttimecitizen should take his homo paper for tho local news and a city paper for tho general news Look overtime list below timid select tho one you prefer null como 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during this terns of court and we advise you to select whatever papers you want mind let us help you while wo hnvo these bargain rata Dr Hunter in luck Div W Godfrey Iluutoris play lug in luck those days limey nay have gone back on him in the Eleventh Kentucky district but in Washington ho is holding his own Tho General Deficiency Ap propriation Bill reported to time House carries nn appropriation of 3oOO for tho doctors expense in his election contest It was time first case of the kind ever before tho Appropriations Committee and quite an argument was heft as to the amoifnt duo him Tlu committee linally decided that a time Elections Committee had stated that Hunter lad to defend himsell against two contestants he wa S clearly allowed the expenses foi each contest Dr Hunter draw 2OCO from tho Edwards case amt 1500 from time Whito case The same bill carries 2000 for Representative ehect Kdwards nnd 1 900UT jog former Congressman John D White the other contes that Ask any grocer Grconwoll tic Judge Charles Swayno of Florida who has been on trial in tin U S Senate on impeachment charges preferred by the louse was acquitted last Monday This is the first truth of that kind hud in the Senate since tho impeach ment vial of President Andrew Johnson who was acquitted bv only one vole Unusually L iw Colo iiist Rates FEBRUARY 21 and MAKCJI1 2- 1Homcscckors Rates Fobrnary 21 and March 7 maid 21 VI- ASouthern Uaihvay- To noiiilB in Arkansas Colorado Indian Territory Oklahoma Inn sas Nebraska Now Mexico Texas a territoryA low ono way- and round trip rotes are ofTorod- on tho above dates to those wish ing to visit or settle in tho WKST JSOUTIIWKS- TT1IK SOUTH BUN RAILWAY has its own line anti runs two solid trains holy from Lexington Louis villo mind intermediate points to ST LOUIS For rates schedules anti full in formation apply to- T W CHEWS T P A- Lexington Ky G B ALLEN A G P A St Louis Mo C II IIUNGKHFOHI D P A Louisville Ivy r + DAY BROS frT OOMPANY Wholesale and Retailf1 have the most complete stockof fJt v tvmw GENERAL it MERCHANDISE I Ever brought to Jackson 1onsIstlngI of I I Jill GJ I XQJt1JOUSt 4- uthiuqj I e I ii7 J Joes4n = I r AVe have the finestt line of shoes in East V cin Kentucky Our mens shoes are ofI the latest stylejFor the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy nillinery GoodsDepartment is under the management of Miss Nettie Combs who can show you The Latest Style Hats direct from New York City AlsofFASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS In all FreshfromIf you need any House Furnishings or FURNITURE H- We a are the people you are looking for f we have it by car loads toV uitIevery body J 11illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillIJlllint DAY BROS lN ji 1 COMPANY a r- ackson Kentuelcy ftiL o i r I The Brcathitt News t4 rulillslicd Every lridiiy f 1 Local and Personal Grceiiwoll for men women and children ti cents Stop with hurt JJros at teed 0 hotel when in Lexington i 6 C ICelman will Fun o an inter egad in next veeks issue You wont net Rood ones unless you cull for Greenwdl f cents ofITug Fields of Avuwniu was hire during the week attciulini t court I 4 Ivash Strong and wife have gone to housekeeping on Elm street I illonry hirst spent Sunday wIth 1 his sister Mrs Lawrence Jojics l nt Mt Sterling VImllITheodore Roosevelt will he in lgliltted President of the United States tomorrow at noon tI WBM BBM BMV BI Mr and stirs Sylvester 1 Toward t of Mountain arc visiting the fan ily of JudgoAV 11 Hluntoii IAUorlHW II S King of Hunt Va is inInckson look lug after real estate interests r Miss label Osborn returned Monday from Cynthitma whore 4liosinent Sunday visiting homo John Dean is building n retain ing wall around the Odd Fellows hull mud the Crawford building Nora Collins Ccol died at her home in South Jackson lust Mon day of a complication of diseases Mrs Monroe K Smith has rented her house More to Robert Mcln r tosh and huts moved to Lost Crook h J 11 Hiorotiymous cjf Prim rose wits visiting his sister Mrs K 0 Hyden at Klkatawa this week Mrs Kinnoy Carpenter wns visiting her parents Mr and Mrs filIt W lounsholl on Quicksand wcflK The members of the Iethotlist- r church art making some new im provoincnts on their church and arc preparing to put on a new roof t lodge U TJ Stout has nnnouncetl that ho will not call the ease of the Commonwealth against Calel Powers until the end of May or the first of June C Kclman has sold his store building on College avenue to Adam Stacy but Mr Keltwu will continue to run his store at the snmo stand until January 1st W W Craft an attorney and oflicial court stenographer of the Knott circuit court passed through t here last week on his way homo f from a business trip to Lexington There has been a glorious re vival going on for the past two weeks at New Springs Leo county conducted by Revs Pcndcrgras and Convey closing last Monday There were about forty conversions anil a number of accessions Tho State Board of Kqualixalioi met at Frankfort Tuesday and or ganied for tho work before it About ninety counties hnvo sent f in their recapitulation books to the State Auditor for the use ofr the Stale Hoard Henry Cox oft Morgan county is a member of the board Miss Kilith Wright mlsionnrv at tunnel City who leis been in Sterling for several days Illinterest jug talk at the Christ iai 1nn Sunday evening She told her various experiences in mis wolllit emu City find showed those present how bad n missionary was needed in that In cnlitylit Sterling Advocate Taylor Slidham who Las been w in the far east Philippine Island 4 for the past three yeas was dis rIt charged on January 8 and accepted R u position in Los Angeles CIIny i n conductor on the street carline Ho will return to his homo inc Jackson when till weather gets suitable Ho is n brother of JJStidham of this place also n cousin cf S B Stidhilm His friendsiarc anxious to see him Jiomev va Accidentally ShotjJohn Helton of Oneida meet 1 lentnlIllOt himself lust Saiur day while ho and sonio others were shooting at a mark near Georges Branch this county nom tho ef feels of which ho died the next day The Sick Little Jennie daughter of Capt and Mrs W K Uradshaw is very sickwith throat trouble Capt Henry Collins who has been very sick for severs days is flblo to resume his position at Os horns story ItlRTIlS Born to Mr and Mrs Elliott Carpenter n girl Horn to IantHI Mrs Oscar Hagins on March 1st a girl Horn to Mr and Mrs Frank McCarty on last Saturday n boy but tho child died on the sumo day and was buried in tho Sewell bury ing ground Sunday Well Ilcaswl CAXOI Kv Feb 28 0- 5Mitf WlSBllAtllVS 1Ci ISuitOn the 25th inst I received samples of our Minutes for lt 01 1 hereby heartily thank you in the name anti by tho au thority of thin Mountain Associn tion of Regular Baptists for the beautiful binding readable print and other trails of perfect work nanship brought out h ou printer in the work Ierepent Yours as over llnv JOHN F Anuowoone For i ircMiitalive In another column will bo found mho announcement of John C Uriililh as a candidate for Hcpro dhenlativotrict composed of the counties of Mrcathilt Leo and Magoflin Mr ttrillilh is ono of our leading citi anus Although Republican he vastilecled Assessor of this county in 1S1U and in 1001 he was tho lominee for county Judge on tilt vpuiilican ticket and received a najority of tho votes but was counted out in that notorious vice tion If nominuted ho will make i strong candidate mud if elected to will serve tho people honestly 11111II lhfullIWe Try to Publish tho XOWR There nover was apaper in any locality that gave nil tlio news Persons often como and go that tho editor hoes not see It often happens that a family is missed levcral times They get tho im ilcs ion that tho paper does not wish to mention then It is a ms nl11le paper has no ill feeling for spite nor enmity against any jody Do not be afraid to give is items of interest Perhaps you pink tho paper shows partiality jut try and see if it doc nt treat Iou well if given n chance If you dont see us to tell us any lappcning or news item at your tome telephone 01 or drop it in he postollice Dont fail to give your name so thieve will be no nistakc about it No attention will bo given to unsigned articles Vo dont promise to publish 5 lengthy communications but wo iro very sure not to publish an irticlo unless wo know hwhom it was written CIRCUIT COURT Moses Feltncrs case was called Tuesday anti was continued until next Monday C1 Sewell was appointed a special baiiiif to go to Winchester and bring him here Mr Feltner is in cllstodI1t Winchester under the charge of con tempt during tho trial of tho 1rUJ cum case The grand jury adjourned Tues lay morning to meet again next Monday A demurrer way sustained to tho indictment against Riley Coldiron charged with perjury in connec lion with the JdtCockrill case limo case against Logan Pence + charged with tho seduction of Joanna Polfrey was called for trial Tuesday which resulted in a conviction sentencing him to tho panitcntiary for ono year A demurrer to tho indictment agrinstMrs Mach and G B Smith + for the killing of Ticky Jim Hack was sustained Tho trial of Fred Day charged I wjth shoot illu nml wounding ilno r Minix was begun Thursday but I huts not been concluded as wo go to pressj diS1posed d 1 r 2Iffk sJtrV COLLEGE AVENUEtX11= w = rs a t tji I havo been too busy lliiAveck polling goods to arraiigo a quotation of prici for these col firms as prQInlsoo hut7 cutiaround to the stoic mid see what r Iirri t r din nlaluis tl d i 1- 11IIt r JJ 1- ii I c = Rr BLAKE I 1 Argued III Court of Appeals The case of llargis c vs Watts Parker Judge of the Fay tte Circuit Court was heard in Court of Appeals last Satur about twenty itnesses being xaminedand was argued by plaint IF by Lewis McQuown and for defense by John 11 Allen Hriofs were submitted yesterday but no opinion has been handed own as yet- CIIUHCII ANNOUNCEMENTS VUKSIlVTKltUN OIlUHCIfs Pastor W W Powell Services every Sabbath at 11 nam and 7 p in Sabbath school at 915 a m Prayer meeting every Wednesday at 7 p m M n oiiuucii SOUTH Pnstoiy William Morphis Services every Sabbath at 11 n m anti 7 p in Sunday school 030 m Fist Sunday Missionary day Epvorth League B0 pf m Missiohary program last Sun day of every month Meeting of tho Council immediately proceed tho regular business meeting time last Friday night of every month Midweek prayer solace Well nesday at 7 p m Sunday March 6 11 a in Text John liilG Yo huge not chosen me but I have chosen you and ordained you that ye should go and bring forth fruit and that your fruit should remain that whatsoever ye shall ask of tho Father in my nine he may give it to you At 7 p in text John 3 3 Theme The Necessity of Rcgcn oration In the midweek services we arc studying the len VIJ cardinal doc trines of Christianity i Every store in town Greenwcll cents i Roo evcltsIndependenceI What as a incident is being related at ushI ington about Mr Roosevelt and it has created n painful impression among tho members of Congress who have grown to regard party as time controlling force in national affairs Tho President attended a dinner recently at which Senator Cockrell of Missouri was present Mr Koosovclt arose at a stage of limo dinner and announced that he was going to do an unusual thiuJi which might cause much comment lie was about to propose tho health of n political opponent 1 lo therefore offered a toast to Senator Cockrell and in his remarks which followed announced with the utmost candor that ho would not necessarily be bound by party dur ing tho four years of his term Ills words were taken as a sort of declaration of independence of tho Republican party and have been n subject of much comment by Senators Events of the last two weeks show that time Senate and tho House arc both accepting tho vital lenge of tho President and party lines are being drawn against him It is regarded as inevitable that alto next Congress willwitness a struggle between tho President and Congress in which ho may bo beat en if tho Democrats do not como I to his assistance Courier Jour null Winchester Court About 150 cattle on the market mostly common grades Best saute of tho tiny waone pair work cattle weight 1085 pounds each at llfi 34 710lb steers 4c 4 950lb steers plain 33c 3 C75lb steers plain 3jc one pair work oxen weight 2GSdls 3o G 6SO Ib heifers 3c f f 75lb heifers 3ic 1 lot 100lb shunts He Allen Sons Announcement We have just returned from tIe city where wo purchased a large of dry goods notions hard ware tinware etc for our store t the mouth of Huckhorn We curry a largo stock of everything kept in a firstclass store which wo propose to sell cheaper thou you can buy in any other country storero want our customers and friends to come andsec us i before purchasing elsewhere So lictUnlnshrtrQlQf ypur patronage vojire vetttriilyours A A AMOKS Sox Noble Ivy Grcenwell 5c Ask may grocer Results of Union Revival Meetings in 24 churches then ters and halls in Louisville last Sunday concluded the main effort of one of the most remarkable religious union revivals seen in America luring tho last fifty years During the two weeks just closed 0500 confessed Chris LouisII220000 no church aililiation before tho re viva began tho two weeks work resulted in tho conversion of 10 per cent of tho unchurched Tho revival has been systematically conducted meetings being held at all geographically advan tageous points theaters and halls in the business Ilortion of tho city being used Eighteen visiting evangelists took part in tho work sonic of whom will remain a month longer to follow up tho work Fifteen hundred persons wore added Sunday to time 5000 already converted this being the final decision day My quality is best Grcenwell 5c CINCINNATI STOCK MAUK13T CINCINNATI March 2Heavy steers choice to extra 185 to 525 fair to good 125 to 175 oxen 225 to 435 butcher steers extra 455 to 5 good to choice 125 to 475 common to fair 285 to 4 heifers extra 110 to 450 good to choice 385 to 435 com mon to fair 2 25 to 3 75 cows extra 1 good to choice 3 25 to 3 00 common to rnh1 25 to 3 15 canncrsl 50 to 2 G5 stockers and feeders S2 to 4 50 fat dairy cows 3 25 to 4 extra 1 10 to 4 25 Calves common and large 3 50 toG 50 fair to good light G to G 75 oxtra 7 Hogs good to choice butchers 5 30 to 5 35 mixed packers 5 20 to 5 30 common to choice heavy fat sows 1 25 to 4 75 stags 3 to 3 75 pigs 110 pounds and less 1 35 to 4 75 Sheep extra 5 50 good to choice 5 to 5 40 common to fair 3 25 to 4 90 yearlings 5 75 to G 50 Lambs extra 7 85 good to choice7y85 to 7 76 commoh to fair 55 25 to 7 25 I L J 1 FOUNTAINPENS Best Make J00TO 250 EIIY9no FULLY- GlARANTIIED to give entiro snlisfac lion 1 HEINTZJEWELER R Main Street Opp Phoenix LEXINGTON KY FOUNTAINPENS REPAIRED PRIGS Foy d LOWERQuiltl waICex1 ttua itj ether Needles Oil Hcpnirs rout ALL MAKES AT SINGER STORE Soedles for all makes ot machines ic per package Southeast corner Main nod Broadway Jackson ICy raFOR hel OLOOIe II Silverware Silver NoeltiesI nod all kinds of first clnssI Jowclry call o- nSDFLEENOR JEWELER AND OPTICIAN JACKSON KY h lwArrangements for Union Ucvivnl Representatives elected from tho churches of Jackson met in conference Monthly evening at tho Presbyterian church for tho pur pose of arranging and providing for union revival services to beg about the first of April At 1 executive meeting ninny cotum tees were formed mind set to Wo to arouse time attention of the Zeus to this all important work One of time first steps for the com plete success of tho cause is ti taking of a religious census among the people and it is to bo hoped that time cooperation of time cii zens wilt not bo found wanting so that it may bo done easily and as quickly as possible thereby sho jug an appreciative approval time work to bo undertaken oftA full report from tho executi committee should bo ready for pt lication by next week Tho denominations commencing this work aro the Presbyterian Baptist Christian and Methodist and it 5 + to bo hoped that all the people will enter into it and car it through to tho end in a most energetic manner with much prayer and supplication to God in a glorious success to Ills cause T t 3r 1I3ou Purchase Say did you know wo had time pIK sj cifie opqoob5 ifi joufl You can spend money anywhere but when it cornea down ri to now linfodntn right priced giltedgedrnhte please the M customer and pleasure to sell kinilof merchandise wo have it SHOESAll made W tit well and wear well uobby and dressy nndas cheap as others sell old shop worn stuff It is not possible for any duller in tho ountry to offer better goods at the same r price Ask any lady in town whore to buy youriDress Goods and Notions The verdict is unanimous sTruly your friends A1Pi CRAWFORD COi- ackson L Jfantucty aacsasflcgy exjtjcjcjgjcii gar IT I I Ladlesi Fine Shoes i II I I No Cut of Vamps in a Courtneys Shoes e 1OIt SALE BY A A P Crawford rCo I rFOR SALE Pure bred 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practice yet in the I currents of enormous voltages pro duced by Mr Tesla it is possible for them to pass through the bodw th out the slightest injury It tins of course been known that the Tesh currents are ofextr high frequency as Comparedwith the ordinary current us as of high voltage but it was thought that they s passedover the surface of tIre body rather through it and thus did no damage Lately Professor Nernst has shown the Bunsen society of I Berlin that this effect is due to the frequency of the current which 4actuallydoes pass through the body f but so rapid are its alternations that it does not have time to effect any change in the tissue before there is a reversal of the electrical stress This he has shown conclusively in a series of experiments where he passed a high frequency current through his hand and then through the legs of frogs Harpers Weekly A Dinner Invitation After a hearty meal n doae of Kodol Dyspepsia Care will prevent an attack of Indigestion Kodol is a 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companies on a commission basis clean up 200000 a year The best Geld men the actual solicitors may make 50000 a year eachand there arc thousands of agents whose t annual commissions range between 5000 and 10000 It should be noted that the tendency now is to abolish these general agencies and I to concentrate the responsibility more at the home office And the majority of insurahce experts be lieve that the 6 per cent or 10 per f J cent of each policy holders total ar payments agent now re lPcetvesis too high Worlds Work I t 1roncyJFinding money eo think those who are sick When It you have a cough cold sore throat or promptlytHe says I had a terrible chest trou I ble caused by smoke and coal dust on my lungs but after finding no relief in other remedies I was cured by Dr f Kings New Discovery for Consump Lion Coughs and Colds Greatest I sale of any cough or lung medicine In Cei tle free z itYGeorge III and Our George In his reminiscences of diplomat + ic life Andrew White tells a pleas I ant anecdote of Empress Frederick the German emperors mother The American ambassador had mention ed a certain pathetic picture of George III to the kings great t granddaughter and in talking of the long ended bitter feeling be tween the United States and Great f Britain he soldtilt is a remembrance t of mine now hard to realize that I was brought up to abhor tho memory of George ill At this tho empress smiled and answered That was very unjust for I was brought up to abhor the memory of Washington 1t Ilnrntlessre Dont drug the stomach to cure a 4 cough One Minute Cough Cure cuts the mucus draws the Inflammation out of the throat lung and bronchial tubes heals loolhes and cures A z j quick cure fur Croup and Whooping Cough One Minute Cough Cure re 4jt Haves a cough in one minute because It acts first on the mucous membrane right where the cough troubles In the lungsiSurecw Calkins the fish turning at the lane 1 swhatever have you gone and order upli L r UI know Bias1 returned his wife hlIWhen1 unted anything about it and had just youdbeenI never should have missed em but t4 as tis it didnt seem as if I could I letthe1JtJi wan PaMM London i rA r Si- C C 4 A Record of Marvelous Accomplishment The Kentucky Farmer mid Breeder ofEstablished February 19 1904 Lexington has within a few months time become concededly the best weekly paper of its kind in America and has secured a paidinadvance circulation of over 13000 copies Among the contributors to its columns on agricultural topics are many of the bestposted men in America Mr H F Hillenmyer whose reputation as a nurseryman is national conducts each week a department of answers to inquiries in which he gives from his vast store of knowledge experience and study his views and advice on any subject pertaining to the orchard lawn or gardenrabout which information may be desired Every issue of The Kentucky Farmer and Breeder contains the most pertinent news and the most tiw ely advice for farmers and stock raisers of every sort As a medium for all forms of farm and live stock advertising for both of which it offers special discounts it has no rival in the state More than half its circulation is in Kentucky and for the most part among people who are interested in and able to buy either farms or good stock By special arrangement we are able to offer for a limited time THE KENTUCKY FARMER AND BREEDER AND THE BREATHITT COUNTY NEWSrJ BOTH FOR I YEAR AT S2OO I 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 and the center of the states agricultural interests it has the opportunity to obtain and it never fails to publish live uptodate fresh news and valuable feature matter which no other paper contains Sample copies may be had on application at this office = LHAWAIIAN SHARK FISHERS How the Great Man Eater Are Caught I by the Natives It appears that the Hawaiian chiefs of some years ago were much addicted to the use of human flesh as bait for sharks It came cheaper than pig was equally acceptable to the shark and gave the chief an opportunity to kill anyone whom ho disliked The victim was cut up and left to decompose for two or three days in a receptacle Kame hamelin I was a great shark hunter and kept thoso of his victims who were intended for bait penned up near the great temple of Mookini Mrs Beckley gives a particularly interesting account of another meth od of capturing the huge niuhi or man eating shark followed by the natives They first of all captured u large number of the small common shark saved their livers with a portion of the flesh wrapped them in ki leaves and baked them under ground From fifty to a hundred canoes were loaded with the baked meat and large quantities of the roots of awn mixed with a Rounded and contained in largo gourds The fleet would sail ninny miles out to sea in the direction in which the niuhi is known to appear Arrived at a comparatively shal low place the canoe containing the head fisherman and the priest and the sorcerer who was supposed to be indispensable would cast anchor Meat and a baked liver would be thrown overboard a few bundles at a time to attract sharks After a few the grease and scent of cooked meats would spread through tho water many miles in radius The niuhi would almost always make its appearance after the third or fourth day when bundles of the baked meat were thrown to it us fust as it could swallow them After awhile it would become comparatively tame and wouldcome up to one or the other of the canoes to be fed Bundles of the liver with the pounded awa would then be give it and it would become not only satiated but also stupefiedwith awn A noose was then slipped over its head and the fleet raised anchor and set sail for home the shark follow ing a willing prisoner and the oc cupants of the nearest canoes being careful to teed it upon the same mixture from time to time It was led right into shallow water until it was stranded and then killed Every part of the bones and skin was supposed to confer unflinching bravery upon tho possessor and the actual slippedthewould also ever after be always vic torious Forest and Stream Attacked By a Blob and beaten in a labor riot until cav ered with loui a Chicago f rest car coodut tor applied Bucklens Arnica welIVech or Tekoniha Mich and find andhnrn 00rI It Was the Privilege of a Friend An eminent army officer has a manservant who has been with him a number of years and who occasion ally speaks his mind with a candor that as he imagines is warranted by his long service A friend of the officer who overheard the servitors frankness asked why such familiarity was permitted I Well said the officeruI hard ly look upon James as a valet but ratheras a friend and as you know it is a friends privilege to tell you things about yourself that you hard ly like to think about yourselfi Success Magazine A Dcftltnctlve Fire To draw the 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Electric Hitters S A Brown of Hennetts fllle S 0 ayi For year my wife luffered intensely from dyspepsia complicated with a torpid liver until clue lost her strength find vigor and became a mere wreck of her former self Then she tried Electric Hitters which helped her nt once and finally made her entirely well She Is now strong and healthy The Jackson Drug Co sells and guarantees them at 50c a bottle The Newer Japan Pierre Loti thinks as do many of us when wo revisit the scene of our early loves that Japan has deteri orated War even in 1900 he saw to be inevitable but this saddens him less than the substitution of American bars for the picturesque tea houses and the general spread of drunkenness among the lower or ders Formerly ho says if you saw a drunken man in Nagasaki he was sure to be an European but now the sailors as well as the civilians of are often to be found booz ingand quarreling in cabarets Pall O1 dh r Job Printing Remember TUB Nears is pre pared to print letterheads note 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00 7 10 Nlcholaiville 4 43 6 55 10 15 6 31 Vrnalllei 536 7 C5 7 40 3 60 UuUvllle R 15 1040 Lv I Ar Ar II R Smtlh GFA IA Verarilles Ky BLUE GRASS TRACTION CO Georgetown and Lexington Traction Company Can lave Lexington fur farts every hour from 6 a m107 pm and at 9- p m Leave Paris every hour from 7 a mto 8 pm and at 10 pm Single tare 40 cents Leave Lexlmjli i for Georgetown ev cry hour from 7 II r to 1 p in except II a m 1 p m8 r m and 10 p m Leave Georgetown f ry hour fruit 0 im to 10 p m excrM 1 a m12 m Auld 7 and 9 p in- V ALEXANDER President FARM FOR SALE KO acre 2 mlles south of Indian Field I known all a part of the Indian Old Field A Louise with 7 rooms latent at the dour with allihe other necessary out building one stock barn one tobacco barn jftlclont to hold 4 acres of tobacco Churches and school convenient The farm U well watered and fenced There in a nice young orchard of something over 100 apple treed in hearing selected fruit callon or address me at Indian Fields Ky- G W 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