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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r r 4 JIfI JI1J II I f r fj 1 It 4 j q NEWSet 1Jtf l= zr lit J Vi8K UAOINS r- Y Editor nild lublisltorA NKWBIAIKK DEVOThll TO TilE iNTKKKSTa OF EAST mN KENTUCKY ONE DOILAK PUt YEAR IN ADTANCE MP t2= = + Volume IV r- l Jackson Kentucky Friday March 10 1905 Number 21 1 JJA iIJI r t rrc Wo will ncuopt advertisements on a guaranty that our paper h- as1more than twito the circulation in r Drel thitt Countyof any paper fpublishnl Our papar goea to ov ory poet olllco in Parry Comity tallli ninoat every one in Leo JIa t + r gbtHn Owsloy Wolfe and Kuott it Counties If you want to reach the menu r tain trade tryan ad in the HKKATIN irr COUNTY Naive iv tKILLrHE COUCHA- ND LURE THE LUNGS w1TN Dr Kings p New Discovery I i FOR cONSUMPTION OUGHS and OLDS Pric- eEOcStOO Eros Trial Surest and Quickest Ouro for all W K THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK i j 1 lW Dean Contractor for Brick and Stout Work Lime and ati Cement for sale Giro him a call when needing anything in his lint JACKSON KY II BUY THE r Mi1hfNE Before You PurthaM Any Other Write THE KIW MGMI SEWN MACHINE COMPANY ate ORADQE MASS I Many Sewing HtchinM ar mad to ash regardless of quemay but lha frw Itaine It made la wear Our guaranty nver runt out + We make Sewing Maehlntt to suit all conditions GIhrad TM Xtuf home tundttttht t GlellltlghgraASlamAawtnmtchtnetSutd ran DALe or James M Richardson tCoGonoTal Agents tf Klaolrla UMir CLI2VHIjAXI O s WantedtOnnrltoullind Men and Vumt n In pats the Civil Service Kxnuiinatlon fur the following United Stales fluvMii iiiunt positions NAME OF POSITION l Ql nrtnuiit Brunch Jgu Until O hail over Clerk Male or Ft niiOn Stenographer Mule ur Ferrule- 8lenngrapherantl Tjcvriter Male n Fetnnlulluukkecpar Male or Female Railway Mall Clerk Allft 18 to 85 Ijltlr IHTnnd over Cllhtolll HlMIHO ItntltCll Age Ijlmlt u and over Pay Inspector Clerk Mhln or Female Assistant Weigher Mosiengor Sampler cInterll 1 Itovunno Itrandi Ago Until 21 timid over Clerk Clangor Storekeeper INmtOllloo llrnncli Clerk Male or Female 18 to 46 1 Clerk Carrier For information ni to riqulremenli AddressO lox GSS Lexington Ky Its a Hhlt wM1i uiiac STEVENS btlogingdownluri er embodied ID our famous line ol Ltuy 1jetaendtaaRrlal ahootinla how cu j EoNSI rr lll sty j lwdWnolra IV Tiy yew iribctScKlfcclt j L STEVENS AIMS An TOOL CO tPPOBOX40ei FALLS MAM USA t BLOODY PLOTIResulting In Revealed In Lee County The hody of hntiia May who had been murdered last October wan found one day last week in a dark ravine of Millers Creek in the lower part of Leo county The following account is taken from the reports in time daily papers The facts were developed dur ing mi examining trial hel before County Judgo Kotiinaou of Leo county in Bcatt vlllo October Ionia May aged 80 years n welltodo farmer and dimly difappeared a few mouths previous his disappear ance ho hud Mist Amy Hincham a daughter of riincliani of Leo count residing about ten miles below iJeattyvillo The wife worried over her hus bands return and although sue peeling foul play no search was made for the missing tuna As the months passed and ho did not rvttirn MILYOS given up for lost Ono week ago Joseph Col urn a neighbor to the Klinchama while under tho inlluoncu of liquor was talking to a group of moo over Mays and in a spirit of bravado remarked Oh Mays nil right lie will never be seen alive again I know what Imil talkfnnabout Colburn was questioned ant from the answers ho miulo the neighbors concluded that a mur Jer Had been committed nndII dm roh was made for tutu body After two days tho searchers found tho body in n ravine a quarter of it milo rout time Klincham home What led tho searching party to tutu spot was tho suggestive ap pmninco ofa well worn track leading from the Kliucham home to the nivino and along which according to the tustimony the young children of Klimrham hind frequently walked to take n look at the budanti sport to their father rom top of time clifl tho searchers looked into the depths below And there upon time gu in tho ravine whore tho water had constantly passed over it lay the bodyof May Tho linger of suspicion pointed at the elder Flincham fathorin law of time murdered mahlind Joo Uolburu and his brother Fred Col burn TImuywero arrested on a warrant charging them with the murder of Mayamid their exam imiin r trial was before Judge Robinson They wore all held to tho jury without bond and is a result of trial Mrs May tho daughter of Flincham and widow of the murdered man was trrusttxlnull hold to the grand jury rime testimony revealed tho mspicion ofR dark and sinister conspiracy to get Mayout of the way seen ro control of his Iho testimony showed that the young woman had consented to ihe crime and that its conception tctiially began before her mar iago On the stand tho older Flincham mado a confession in ipoii court as to time conspiracy the plan to got May out of the way and in the manner in which it was executed JIo stated that the Colburn brothers had boon promised part of the proceeds from time d Mays estate they would do away with him Jlo mid they agreed to do it Ho then related that the Colburns seized Jfayas ho was leaving lJjucluuns homo after a visit net October and tying a rope around his neck bound him and dragged him to tho top of the cliff wlioro one of thous broko his skull with n rock- and thou hurled him over the diir into time ravine whore they tuft him This teas practically lulmitled bl the Colburn illhoiigh each netused the olhol of committing thu actual murder that they lnul been ruatIicdon tho subject both by Hincliatn rued the widow of tho murdered man When Mrs May wits put on tho land the greatest sensation cage Admitting own part in time horrible airuir she told Court that if liu would givo her timo- 4ho would tell and give a signed Uatemont how the tragedy had been concocted by her father before sIlo was married to May Lund that her marringo was ono of tragiyrailed to testify further at the Vriaf but she was arrested and put cm jail where aim will have an op J r 1 t- t v q J c whichpollers at the final trial on the charge of murder Morning noon and night Green well6c 6 cents sometimes buys bad ones Grccnwcll never bad Kentucky Crop Report limo monthly report of tho State Agricultural Commissioner the first tho present year was is sued Monday froth that depart meat at Frankfurt Tho report shows a wheat hero ago of 0 per cent ofa full crop and its condition is reported 85 percent Tho acreage of winter oats given as 01 per cent ofn full crop and tho condition as be ing 80 per coot Tlio acreage of rye h given at 112or cent of last year and tho condition as SO Tho condition of clover is given at 80 and of meadows at 13 Last Survivor ol the Confederate Cabinet Judge John If Ilcagun died at his homo at Plilostinoj Texas last Monday of Jlo was tho last survivingmuntber of the Confederate Cabinet hl1in serv eels 1uetmilealurGenurala was 81 years old lie was tho enly ono of tho calinet that was cap lured with Jefferson Uaris and was en 11 lined for some timo at Fort Warren After limo war he was elected to several terms in Congress and onco to tho United States Senate from tho State of Texas a Novel Wedding Almost at tho same moment that they wore baptized in timid stream Miss Dora Graham and James Knox both of liowen Pow ell county wore also joined in wedlock Tho groom was im immersed first remaining standing in tho crook while the bride was baptized and immediately after tho immersion fey r M Poison who baptized both read tho war tinge ceremony time couple taking tho vows na they d in tho unu8tuilwcddillghowOor nary than tho courtship Both loaned the church at a revival netting n few nights before fellI in love with each other at first sight and IIgreOOon time spot toI got in Stillwater creek while being baptized The an nouncement that the baptism marriagoincrowd of people to tho scene many outing from n distance Frank Leonard of Kings crook was lucre on business Wednesday Hugh Riddellan attorney of Irvine was hero during tho week attending court J B Thompkins who has boon with time LeC K Itailway Com pany sluice its organization and who has had tho position of train master for several years resigned his position last week to a position with a mining company tear Beattyvillo Job Printing Remember Toil NEWS is pro pared to print letterheads note mantis billheads statements en velopes cards labels receipts in vitations nnd nil kinds of business stationery on the best stock in tasteful style at time most reasona ble prices Compare our work with that turned out by any job ofiicenmlOU will timid itto your advantage to have us do your work Wo also print posters puny phlets and everything usually turned out by n country oflicc My size is largest rcQnwc1l5e Judge W W Olmpiu of Do troit Mich who has boon drilling for oil on the Isaac Tolson torso about two miles west of Cana tan depthfBy time Tonic Route The pills that act aa a tonic and not an a drAstic purse are Dahlias Little Early Miser They euro Headache Constipation Hlllousiiess etc Early Klieri are small easy to take and easy to nolI safe pill Mack Hamlltoti motel clerk at Valley City N D4 says uTo bottles cured me of chronic con stipation Sold by M 8 Oralfi My homo ask any grocer Grccnwell 5 cents = 1 Hard Work Don by the Heart I have always considered the heart the most perfect organ of the animal economy and one that never shirks duty Without onescconds rest night or day often without the intermission ofa single pulsation at every beat it propels two ounces of blood through its structure At 75 pulsations per minute 0 pounds of blood is sucked in and pumped out every hour 540 pounds every day 12960 pounds every year 4730 400 pounds every 100 years 473 040000 pounds Ycrila good or gan I Medical Brief Cot On Cheap Ho may well think he has got off cheap who after having contracted cotifllpatliin or Indigestion la still uble to perfectly restore Ilia health Noth log will do this hut Dr KliiR1 Ne i Life IllU A quick pleasant and curtain euro fur headache constipation elc Mo at The Jackvoti Drug Co guaranteed Righteous Indignation- A lawyer tanking a specialty of divorce cases was recently consulted by a woman desirous of bringing action against her husband for sep oration The lady related a harrowing story of treatment ut the mends of her better half Indeed the law i yer was so impressed by her recital of woes or a he was startled out of his usual profes sional composure Madam he ex you say I gather that this man is a perfect brute Whereupon the applicant for di vorce rose with BU said Sir I shall consult another lawyer I came hero to get your ad myhwbundly I PlenKtint and Harmless Dont drug the stimach lo cure a rough One Minute dcipli Cure cute the muciu draws lime inflammation out of the throat lungs and bronchial tube heals soothes and cure A quick euro for Croup and Whooping Cough One Minute Cough Core re haves a cough ut one minute because II nets flrl on the mucous membrane rlrfht where the coughs troubles in the ilia throat or deepseated on the lungs Sold by M S Grain Woman Homo Companion for March Contains half a dozen articles of itartllng Interest In The Freak Amusements of High1 Society the itbsurdltif1 of time life of 8oinaof our rery rich people are laid bare Henry Irving Dodge begins a series of articles un Time Truth About FoodAdultera Ion Marion Harlanl return to fic Ion and contributes a serial as full of merest III those books which have mada her time most popular woman writer In America The Mokl Indian Innke Dance gives a strange pictured savage America There are four short stories by well knuwn writers The departments are unusually full of matter pertaining to household In crest and especially are they timely in suggestions for gardening and en tertainment for the spring Published by The Crowell Publishing Company Springfield Ohio one dollar a year ten cents a copy The Delineator for April April being nn Important month in the fashion world tho April Delineator Is primarily a fashion number contain ing nn elaborate portrayal of the spring styles and time latest fashion news In the literary portion of time magazine the first Installment of a nnw serial story by Albert Klgelow 1ulnn is an Item of note It Is called Time Lucky Piece a Story of lime Mountains and promises well front the early chapters In The Rights of the Child a now serial feature it is announced Dr Grace P Murray will discuss every phase of time caro of chil dren time first paper on The Coining of the Child contains information tint has never before been presented lit popular form and will be of great assistance to young mothers Another series Little Sketches of Travel opens with an Intimate description of the children of Oberanimergaii later to beknown to fame as the actors III the Passion PIy Amateur collectors will be able to gain much useful Infor m ktfon from an article on lustre ware by N Hudson Moore and Guslar Kobbe contributes a very interesting paper strikingly Illustrated onuIhe Stage and the Second Self Short tonics by Virginia W Cloud and El none E Peaks are other features In addition to pastimes and tales for chil dren by L Frank Baum Grace Mac Iowan Cooke and others The domes tic columns are of particular Interest and ably edited See S D Fleenor for bargains in clock A line 8 day mantle clock for 100 Others sell the seine clock foJ 1250 mlStf Take advantage of one of i newspaper combinations while I they last FOR 1905 The Atlanta Constitution The Greatest American Weekly Newspaper It ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR The Sunny South I The Souths Standard Literary Weekly FIFTY CENTS PER YEAR BOTH FOR ONLY 125 SENT TO ANY ADDRESS IN AMERICA THE combination of these two weekly papers the one news the other purely literarymakes an ideal offer for every Southern household 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 ap preciated pages at the fireside Its special articles and contributions are of the highest standard a we 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 paper This 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 fI The Great Agents Offerv w m One Hundred Dollars a Month to fictive Agents WehaveamaStaUpstive a cots offerthe most liberal of any American publication by whIch agentsmat iittOnr Fifty to One Hundred Dollars per Month Agents wanted in every community Write for agency particulars and put yourself in a way to make money on a good proposition ttSend your subscription to either paper at its price or take both at the combination rate Remit by safe methods addressing all orders to The Atlanta Constitutions ATLANTA GA OUR BARGAIN LIST Wo beliovo that tho people should road and keep posted on tho events of tho day and in order that our friends may have tho best at a very small price wo have made arrangements by which wo can furnish two papers for almost the price of ono Of course every citizen should take his home paper for tho local news and n city paper for the general news Look over the list below and select tho one you prefer and come during court and give us your subscrip lion FOR 91OO- Ve will send you the Urealhltt County Newa and either ol time fiillmving for ono year Time loiiUvllle Herald weekly Tribune Farmer weekly Home A Farm twice a month The Sunny South FOR 8125- Tho nreathltt County News and either of the following for one year The Weekly CourierJournal The Lexington Leader weekly Atlanta Coiihtlliiliuii weekly FORitrTime HreuililU County News and either of the following for one year The CincinnatiKiupiirer weekly The Commoner Hryaiiu paper FOR 175 The nreathltt County News and either of the following for one year I Ladles Hume Journal I Time Delineator McCaUd Magazine or any dollar magazine or duller week ly published in the Untied States FOR 200 Tho Hreathitt County News antI Time Kentucky Farmer nnd Breeder for one yearFOR JJ1225 The Breathitt County News anti either of the following for one year The Daily Louisville Herald The Daily Cincinnati Post Thcso prices will bo good any day during this term of court and ro advise you to select whatever papers you want and lot us hell you while wo have these bargain- rates r 1 4 t Henry Wattersons Lettersfrom Will be A Leading Feature- of Th- eourierJoQ rlal Durir 1905 Mail llntos Dally CoiirlcrToitriml year j 0 Ilnife nUll Sunday 1 year 8 Weekly 1 year 1 COUKIKUJOUUNAL COMIANY LOUISVILLE KY liy a special arrangement you can pet the JfflEATHITT COUNTY NEWS end time WEEKLY COUKIKKJOURWAL both ono year for on- lyX125 This Is for cash nubicrlptinns onfr All subscriptions under this a tina mutt bo sent through The News office TRADE MARKS DESIGNS CD RIIIHTS dkcI Anyone taming ikctrb and Ci tinniJlull oar opinion tree w etaer umention t probablyya entar Communlea son trtdmronedenni ilaoiaookonr lteAla tnt tFM Uldiwt M cuniqr Mlenl Patens Ukua tbroutIh Mona A CU reclT hall wtlhout War In the ScMHiflc jfftterkaHe AAandaomeiiumoettatdeuklyA rarewtei- cululon of an Term N a Sour roonthati nwedaier fi = tt- Jlrar aelwvgtWlatttdtau i r Jl1 ISEWINGROLLER BEARING HIGH GRADE 1reliableSTRONGEST GUARANTEE National Sewing Machine Co t rtnrtrr illINOIS I Something New fI 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the Southern Railway For hInd of the Sky boekWa ter Homes folder rates schedules or other information address G D ALLBV 0 P HtrxacnronD AGVASauRy D P A Sos KT St Louis Mo Louisville Ky W OUlNKABSON GPAQA O Route Cincinnati 0 PROCURED DlnNDE blka4 woe 4- nuire 3ro kow tooePwtU l+UoU ind mX- Swrueiit A d in ALL COUNTRIES lAularir nH 141k WUvNW 11 everyueld t1rJ1nI1 Piltnt tad Ht Panics bduiMy WrlWorwuaa IU watt setts is VMM CtatM Pas el1A WASHINGTON tt C NerveFagIfill Nerve Energy Awhile You Will Suffer For Its Tou can waste nerve force by exceac overwork worry anxiety etc You can weaken yourself by not catlaf proper food or securing sufficient rest ta renew the nerve energy you use up The proper treatment In addition ta rood pbosphatlo food inch aa wholemeal bread prepared cereals etc la Dr Miles Restorative Nervine This Is ta truly o brain and nerverfood aa any fool you could eat and be Bides furnishes itrwjgth jind tone alt its own which goes to tho weftkened nerve aystem and seta It to rights Pr Mmes Ilestorajlv Nervio if p re i frcahlng revitalizing tonic foodauAldne tor the brain and nerves It reconatnict wornout nerve tissue and pUs youf languid brain with new llfe and visor Dr Mlles Nervine has made so many of people so sick the Incurabletwatla ee2eyou or druggist returns you money Ttw extreme heat cion confinement lnetdeat tol edsomaSonla It cine fir3 ut aIlmea NtrYtnwU satisfactory raculte In the trtVerY meat of J min new uq- nr fact Lava4nlmodetmto a tt-sp thte J1erveaJt Y CUbler State TexaraaaA Fx E Write to us fo Free Trial e of Dr 11 AM yrfor PauL Special at wIU dtagnoa YOW you II wronL n4 jaw FreeORATORlRf4 IIiL1iVIiA- t i irr a C t I 4ta ai K i I line firoathfii tfows 1 ivIse IIAfllNS Editor tfrlclay March 10 1005 PROFESSIONAL CARDS J WISE HAG INS ATTOKNE YA FLAW Office over PostOfliea JACKSON KENTUCKY All business Intruded to him 1xvilllecelve prompt and careful at tention J iiM imrnnmrnnnmrnmrmimmiTiniuj J L C ROARK Ir LAWYER 1- E JACKSON KENTUCKY = Will practice In Hreathltt anda5 In Counties 5- RlUIUUilUUlliUiliUUlilUUlUUUUiilllli fqNNN G W FLRENOR Nte NINNUN A II rATTaN J I rJLHENOIl e I PATTOX I it LAWYERS I 3 I t JACKSON KENTUCKY JNNNNHNNMNHN NNN i JOHN D WHITE i IJ A lv I4 U- I Office over Bunk Manchester Clay Co j KentuckyAlso tRoom003 Kentucky Title Bldg Louisville Ky Will ractlce In Stat and U S Courts t Invites correspondence touching New + Era Co lauds in Ovley or O V L Ci lands fn Harlan or loose Creek farm for sale In Clay Co Ky Upon application will Investigate and report valuesof tit ItS If large tracts of timber coal and oil lands located 1 ItboMeshack Monroe county Ky head of tingllom Come Letch er CoKy 1z55F5Z255S 525a ID LEETE C BEUIIIS J OIVIL ENGINEERS AND SURVEYORS Prompt Attention given to rn nil classes of work and R 5 SATISFACTION GUARANTEED rn IY OFFICEJACKSON J- E2S25iS252S252sJ I r r25I525225DLEY BROWN C COPE t ENGINEERANDSURVEYORS 1J nnnnU-I Local Surveying a specialty ffi + w llt Phonc3pUQt fIij irarrisbuilding KENTUCKYb c ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE We ore authorized to announce GRANT MOLLIDAY- ns n candidate for Representative from the 02d Legislative District cnmposei of the counties of lircaihllt Leo and Magoflln subject to the action of the Republican party M Wo are authorized to announce GEORGE W ARNETf- as a candidate for Rpprcfenlatlv from the Old Legislative districtcom posed of the counting of Breath Icl nnd Magoflln subject to the action of Ilia Republican party t 1 Wo are authorized to nnnnnnce JOAN C aiUFFITM- nsncnndidBte f ir Representative from tJ f02nd Legislative district composed of tlio countIes of Hruntliitt Leo and Mnpoflln subject to the nctlnn of the lleptiblican party FOR ASSESSORIt Ve are authorized to announce JOHN L STRONG ns A candidate for Assessor of Hrnntliitt county subject to the action of the Ue publicin party FOR SIIEIUFF 1 nm a cnndidalo for Sheriff of JlrciUhltt County at the coming November RREOK OnAwFonn Cope liniiicli Ky FOR JAILER Wo nre authorized to announce LEWIS GUOSS of Elkntavvn an a candidate fur the office nf Jnllnr nf Itroiittittt nntnil v sub Jtct to tho action of the Republican party My friends aro everywhere G rcenwcll 5 cents BrutusClay of Richmond Chas been appointed U S Minister to Switzerland Theodore Roosevelt wns inaugu rated President of tho United States last Saturday with imposing J ceremonies The weather was line and tho largest crowd that over attendedan inauguration was = in Washington lie reappointed nil tho members of his former I Cabinet with tho exception of ri r Postmaster General Wynne who is succeeded by George B Cor I tolyou J 1 h =r 4- P Sqmncrr I Hon T C Johnson of TAILea was hero during the week attending court It B Ian rum 6f Lost Creek hits accepteda position in tho store of J It Ulake Patronize tho merchants that advertise They will be more apt to treat you right- ExSenator Cockrcll of Mis souri has been appointed Interstate Commerce Commissioner J F Wrest or Irvine and A II Warner of Bcattyville were here Wednesday attending court Mrs II II Gibson and two children who have been visiting in Canada for tho past two weeks returned limo W dncsdaI Lewis Roberts of Stevenson who sold his farm some time UJrO to J L Mann has rented a fawn in Clark county andwill move tt it in a hoar days A II Short who removed t Bcrea last year and purchased farm was visiting his laughter Mrs A S Johnson last week and attending to some business matters J John Watts has purchased of John Dean the storo house he now occupies on Broadway for 2400 cash Mr Dean is preparing to move away Dr- have C II Williams family who been living at Caney for sometime pasty are now with tho Doctor at Clay City where they will 1 gd to housekeeping Hcnrntsontof Mt Scrling manager of the Eastern Kentucky Telephone Telegraph Co wa hero during the week looking af tcr the exchange here Dr J P Boggs is building nice stone wall in front of his property on Main street and i making other improvements whic- adds very much to its value an I appearance I I See tho new ad of C Kclman i n lour columns this week TheS I have marked down their price and invite you to como and giv- them a call and take advantage o thorn yrltilrtbcr last i Judge William Roberts Count y fudge of Knott county was heron o business first of the week II is a candidate for renomination h fore the primary election called ii Knott to bo held May 6th Wo want your custom and if you will call and see us wo will save you money every time yo come A cordial welcome and kind treatment for all Goods lirstclast and prices low NOHLB NOIJLE N B Combs tins again entire tho milling business having just completed his new stun mill n few lays ago on the site formerly occupied by C J Little and later by II Lynch lie contemplates put ting up a planer in the near future Judge M M Cassity of Mt Sterling died March 4thaged 80 years Ho screedone term as County Judge of Montgomery county was a lawyer of ability and was an elder of the Christian church at Mt Sterling for more than thirty ycilrs prior to his lentilS IL Kash who for tho past two years conducted store for N B Day Co at Vancleve on the- O K has moved to Hazel Green where ho has purchased tHe store and stock of goodsof iV T Coskoy ono of the leading merchants of that place Ho will also be postmaster at Hazel Green Contrary to time numerous pre dictions for the worse March pcncd with the balmiest and most Peasant weather known in this Country for years Tho beginning of this month has usually been signaled bye boisterous and disa rrceable weather fulfilling the saying that uMarcia comes in like a lion U M Steely and W II Little have formed a partnership for the manufacture and sale of monumentS ami tombstones and have located their office in South Jackson near the depot They are prepared to JJo nil kinds of work on short notice Their ad ippcnrs in our columns Give them a call when you need anything in their line iac 7I COREESPONDENcEFLLMOItE hSr M Mosloy of this place died lust Monday tho 6th She left n small family of three to struggle through life without either father or mother This family is to bo cured for by friends only They here but few relatives in this part of the country We hope tho people will help these orphans F Ask any grocer Greenwell 5c 13VEUSOLK Some of tho farmers are sowing their oats this week Mrs L C Rose was visiting her brother II B Cawood who is sick last Sunday The social at William Wilsons on Meadow creek was broken up with n dance Saturday night Your corrcspondant has a pair of young mules to sell and also eleven two and three year oll steers Tile farmers in this neighbor hood hero begun to plow some Larkin Gibson was time first to break tho sod- Sherman Rowland has gone to Richmond with some nico cattle Charles Callahan has also gone to Richmond to sell a horse Miss Minnie Herdof Boone vine is teaching school at Atliol Minnie is a line girl and snakes friends wherever she goes Matt nUll Arch Crawford W5 liam Strong nnd Mr Wilson of Athol took in the Brandenbufg Judd wedding Saturday andall m porteda good time Joseph Brandenburg of Owslcj county and Miss Juddof Lee county were united in tho holy bonds of wedlock last Saturday at time home of the bride on Ly- a items creek Wo extend to them our best wishes for a happy ands successful future thedTOUU ISNT G B Martin of Lexington was here on business this week visitingfr near urday until Monday Rev Ball has been delivering II series of interesting sermons ate the Christian church at Zacharial weekcCalloway Sebastian of hazel Green was hero this week attend lug n mnttQr of business with the trustees of tho Pine Hill school uThe Red Indinnsof the Campion wigwam passed through hero Tuesday cnrouto to Bcattyville where they organized new tribe Peter Duffus of Detroit Mich one of time local oil men was called to Michigan Monday by a telegram announcing the severe illness of his wifeCain Spencer and Jacob Bush of Zachariah went to BcattyvSlio Tuesday night to help organize a Red Mens lodge Sixtyfive charter members were initiated Miss Mary Brenncrnan and Creed Whisman students of time Hazel Green Academy limo been tho guests of Mr Whismns mother Mrs Barbara TownscaJ tio past weekBorn on tho 2llh ult to the wife of Dr Lawrence Hurst at Zachariah a girl Also to the wife of Robert Stamper on tho 5th inst twin boys Mother and children arc seriously ill p3 Allen C Sons Announcement We have just returned from tho city where wo purchased n largo stock of dry goods notions hard ware tinware etc for our store at tho mouth of Buckhorn Wo carry a largo stock of everything kept in a firstclass store which wo propose to sell cheaper than you can buy in any other country store Wo want our customers and friends to como andsee us before purchasing elsewhere So liciting n sharo of your patronage we are very truly yours A A ALLEN SON Noble Ky As a means of the gospel preach ing in Eastern Kentucky 5000 persons were converted in Eastern Kentucky in tho month of February Of this number 1800 took membership with tho Baptist church 1000 tho Methodist church 1700 tho Presbyterian churches md 500 time Christian church J 1G Time Sick HcW Powell has been sick several days with the grip Mrs James L Stidham opera tor at time telephone exchange is very sick Cooper Wins Out Tho President has decided to appoint J ShcrmTm Cooper of Somerset Collector of Internal Revenue for this district but James Denton the present Collec tor will be allowed to servo until July 1st making fournnda half years service for him To Trustees Notice to the Chairman W the Board of Trustees front mo is no tice to the whole Board It is tho duty of time Chairman to give nor Gee to tho other Trustees Respectfully yours Neillk C CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS lnl1cmmN ciiuiicu Pastorr W W Powell Services every Sabbath at 11 a m and 7 p m Snbbath school at 045 am Prayer meeting every Wednesday at 7 p mt M K OIIUUCII SOUTH Pastor William J Morpliis Services every Sabbath at 11 n m and 7 p m Sunday school 030 a m First Sunday Missionary day Epworth League 330 p m Missionary program last Sunday of every month Meeting of the Council immediately proceed the regular business meeting the last Friday night of every month Midweek prayer service Wednesday at 7 p m MyqunlityisbesttGrecntve115c CINCINNATI STOCK MAKKIST CINCINNATI March 0heavy steers choice to extra 160 to i 85 fair tQ good 4 00 loA 50 oxen 2 00 to 4 25 butcher steers extra KG5 to 485 good to choice tOO to 4GO common to fair 265 to 375 heifers extra 125 to 440 good to choice 385 to 415 com mon to fair 2 25 to 3 75 cows extra 3 65 good to choice 3 00 to 3 60 common to fair 2 25 to 3 75 canners 1 60 to 2 50 stockers and feeders 2 r 4 SO fat dairy comes 3 00 to 3 75 extra 385 Calves common and largo 3 00 to GOO fair to good light 5 to GOO choice to extra SQ 25 to G 50 Hogs good to choice butchers 5 25 to 5 30 mixed packers 5 10 to 5 25 common to choice heavy fat sows F2Vlo 4 76 stags 3 to 3 05 pigs 110 pounds and less 1 35 to 4 70 Sheep extra 5 50 good to choice 5 to 5 40 common to fair 3 25 to 4 00 yearlings 5 75 to G 50 Lambs extra 7 85 good to choice 7 35 to 7 75 common to fair 5 25 to 7 25 II L Wheeler an attorney o Bcntlyvillc was hero Wednesday on legal business An Indisputable SAFE INVESTMENT The material progress which our country is now and has been making for the past decadeof years naturally brings to the surface numerous schemes of the I getiichquick character that benefit only the promoters of suchat the expense of innocent investors- In this age of genuine prosperity with every legitimate business boom ing wages high work in abundance giving employment to all willing to earn and products of the farm bring ing best prices j there is little or no excuse for one not to join the army of moneymakers Time first and safest investment to make is to become a reader of the CINCINNATI ENQUIRER the greatest and most reliable newspaper in theI United States With the facts truth and information gleaned from its col umns one may become well qualified to reach out and secure his share of profit that always accrues from investI ments intelligently made The WEEKLV ENQUIRER costs but one dollar for one years term The SUNDAY ENQUIRER costs you two dollars for a year The DAILY ENQUIRER 7 issues a week you get for fourteen dollars a year- Without the aid of a firstclass newspaper success in any enterprise becomes problematical For ten cents you can secure a sample copy of each DAILY SUNDAY and WEEKLY EN QUIRER Addre- ssEnquirer Company Cincinnati Ohio a FOUNTAIN PENS Best Make SiOOTO 250 Every ono FULLY- GrARANlIIED to give entire satisfac tion 0 HEINTZ JEWELERE Opp Phunnix LEXINGTON KY FOUNTAINPENS REPAIRED PRICES FOR LOWERQullly consUtfTj Ikai say IWr Needles Oil Repairs roe ALL MAKES AT STNQER STORE Needles for all malts of machines Cc per package Southeast corner Main and Broadway Jackson Ivy t u c Watches I OZLOOSS Silverware Silver Novelties and all kinds of first slasa Jewelry call on S D FLEENOH JEWELER AND OPTICIAN JACKSON KY IDI Unusually Low Colo nist Rates FEBRUARY 21 and MARUI12 Homesockcrs Rates February 21 and Mardi 7 and 21 VI- ASouthern Railway To points in Arkansas Colorado Indian Territory Oklahoma lnn sas Nebraska Now Mexico Texas territoryA low ono way and round trimrates arc offered on tho above dates to those will ing to visit or settle in tho WIST and SOUTIIWKST THE SOUTHERN RAILWAY tins its own lino and runs two solid trains daily from Lexington Louis ville and intermediate oinli to ST LO UISIFor rates schedules and full in formation apply to- T W CREWS T P A Lexington Ky G IV ALLEN A GJ A St Louis Mo u 0 II IIUNGERKORD D P AM Louisville Ky DAY BROS rJJ1ti r 1 =COMPANY Wholesale and Retailh V have the most complete stock oi GENERAL 1 lJ MERCHANDISES Ii 1 Ever brought to Jackson Consisting 1 04Y- tOt J odst i t + 1 iJJ N J t DQ tiu I i J 1 Jkitrr 1 fIr IJIOeSf t Wo have the finest mule of shoes Eastern Kentucky Our mens slices are fIthe latest stylo j For the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy l i flillinery Goods 1 Department is under the man I agement of Miss Nettie Combs who can show you It r j t The Latest Style Hats direct from New York City Also r FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODSr In all FreshfromIf you need any House Furnishings or 1 FURNITURE We are therr we have it by car loads to suit r every bodyr Come and see us our j JIll II JrlIIIIIIIIIIIlItIIIIII II 11111 III I ill TTlI III iiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiKHii t jfiiiiiMiiMiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiii Q DAY BROS ft i I- c COMPANY filc TI t + Jackson Keqiu- Ro t r 1 4 tt k 1llli t 1 1 i rt v- t The Breathitt News tl rulillHliod Every Irlday w Local and Personal I h Grccnwcll for men women an children ft cents Stop with Hart lSrosMcol hotel when in Lexington Our home merchants know what paper has the circulation A Eli Cornctt and wife are visiting ry friends in Hazard thisweek Jr Kv You wont get good ones unless you call for Grccnwell C cents Mrs Morton Jett of Athol was hero Tuesday attending court 1IIssfla Strong has accepted a position in the store of John 11atta- J L Hagins of Uoylcsyillc has been hero the past week at i tending court i A good way to judge tho standing l of a paper is by the home ad vertising carries f John H Cornell of Hazard was herellondny on his way to Louis ville and other point Amy Caldwell has so far IMiss from an attack of grippe again at her post of duty William Holm tho barber has moved into Mime housd on West Main street recently vacated by C J Sowell Matt Sloan ormerlof LQO City has moved hero and has ac- eejted a position in William buns a r barber shop Call on Noble Noble They givehochants in Jackson Wo have received a now lot of job typo and are now prepared to do any kind of job work as well as can ho done in tho city I t Mrs Mason Cop of Simpson was hero Monday to consult a doc L for her little daughter Gracie IAS been sick for some time 11 The spring sunshine will bo brighter and your homes happier If you will do your grading with Nnniu NOIIIK Caldwell Coldiron of Oakdalc who had joined the Hnplisl church aGoalVnr Creek was baptized by immersion at that place last Sat urday Michael Robinson has bought of Mr Hoggs his fine stallion the I samo that Mr lloggs was showing hero on tho streets the first week of court I A D demons of Lambric has bought a farm of O W Whita ker on Big Branch near the mouth of South Fork and moved to it 1 last week Misses Hatlic May Florence I and Lizzie McLin of Rose Hill f Vn who had been visiting their brother J B McLin returned weekiMiss Bctlio Cope has taken charge of tho millinery store of Peters Ramsey at Broadway and Main strccta and is closing out tho stock at cost JWilHo Strong who has been fly ing in Rowan county for tho past three years moved back Monday to tho farm ho recently purchased on Pan Bowl Branch thoughtyY so unit have arranged for a sup ply every Friday and Saturday also celery and fresh vegelables 1Phono 8i J M OSIIOKN t Miss Ada Wright aged shout 11 years liedat her homo in 1c South Jackson last Friday night after a short illness She wus the A daughter of George wright who died only n 1110rWilliam Lilllo of Canoe was here Tuesday He pal recently 1 returned from lint Springs when he had been taking treat menUfdr rheumatism but ho is shot a well Ii man yet though heis able to at tend to business 4kUohort L Back of Portorville lo is visiting his brother Henry ld 11 Hack and other relatives in town and in the county Ho is a n native of this county but JIM been piistrvisit touts homo silks during that tiraev i 1 rtt Y j Tim n + i lIon J C Lylcins of Campion I was hero during tho week attend ing court Attorney Gourley son of Judgi Benttyvillehas weeleIy yTlio Day lintelat Canoy ww eveni0 I insurance of 2100 Dont you think The NKWH is nothaveI the mountains rIFurish Back completed the building of a new house last week for Shelton Combs on the Snow den farm about two miles above town Rev W W Powell and family ctltcrtainedil number of tho young people of Jackson at their home on east Main street last Friday evening Merchants interested in the prices of Meats and Lards and having produco lo sellwill do well to call up Noble Noble Phono 28 Jackson Ky At College Tonight The recital to hare been given at Iho college chapel on February 22d but which was deferredon account of the illness of some of those connected will bo given on Friday evening by Miss Hay of tho music department assisted by her advanced pupils Millinery Store Changes Hand Miss Abbio Bailey has rented tho millinery store formerly occu pied by Peters Ramsey wormer Broadway and Main streets and will open up a firstclass millinery store and dressmaking establish jncnt Sho will leave Saturday for Lotiisivllc to buy her opening stock Sho has engaged tho services of an experienced cutter and trimmer from Ml Sterling Union Itovlval Meeting Minutes of the Kxecutivo Com mittee composed of ropreseiila times of each of the four churches of the town of Jackson namely the Presbyterian Christian Bap tist and Methodist to arrange and provide for union revival services in this town Tho lrt meeting was held on Monday February 27th 1905 at 715 oclock r M in the Presbyte rian church Mime following persons were pres ent Rev W W Powell Ho- W J Morphis C 11 Dickson J II Ncwland W W McGuire Clarence Haddcn Dillard Iladdcn L1 Hcdwino and 1111 Gibson The result of election for oflicers and standing committees was as followsChairman of Executive Her W W Powell Election unani mouse Secretary of Kxccutive II II Gibson Evangelist Committee =Her W Powell II II Gibson and J IL Ncwland Instructed particularly to correspond with Hov Wal ter llolcomb of Statosville N C to take full charge of the evangelistic work Religious Census Committee L Y Kcdwinc T G Hack and Clarence Madden To lobtain nI census of the town of IJ nclsonIMusical Commilleo llcvs W J Morphis and 15 J Baker and Misses Hay and ThompsonC Advertising Committee Pearl Combs hidden C B Dickson Usher Commillco L Y Hod wine Clarence Madden and Tr FordFinance CommilteeG W Flee nor J B McLin 0 II Pollard md Pearl Combs Devotional Preparatory Services Committee Hcvs Baker Powell Dodge and Morphis Building Committee L Y Hcd wine C B Dickson stud J J CI Buc1IMoved seconded and carried that this Executive Committo hold a meeting every Tuesday at 715 oclock p in in tho Presbyterian iliurch and also at such other times as the Chairman may notify tho members to como together for the purposes of transacting business and consecrational devotion of Sts members to tho great object desired the HAVING of SOULS for the MASTKU HAIIOLD II Qinsox Secretary of Kxecutivo Committee m W POWELL Chairman of Executive Committee Greenwell richest flavor 5c j a J L f aI JHKTIIS Born to Mr and Mrs John II Blatiton on March 3rda girl horn to Mr and Mrs Greet Simpkins on March etha boy A Fatal Accident While Eddie Carpenter and Me Carpenter were playing under 4 a ledge of rocks near their home on the Caroline South farm on Frozen creek last TUCK day a large rock fell on them kill jng McKinley n boy about eight years oldsail breaking Eddies leg and bruising him very badly They were time sons of Mrs Wil lines Carpenter who formerly lived hero MARRIAGES Andy Wagers nnd Mrs Sarah Miller both of Robbins were mar ried at tho residence of William Wagers last Thursday Arkansas Holbrook and Miss Carrie Howard both of Rousseau were imuried at the residence of the bride last Thursday Quito a unique marriage ceremo ny was performed in Jackson Monday morning the contracting parties being Logan Pence of Wolfo county who was on last Thursday sentenced to impqson meet in tho penitentiary for ono year on the change of seduction and Georgian Pclfry the victim of the seduction Sentence would have been passed upon him Mon day morning by the court had he not taken this step in avoidance df the confinement in tho penitentiary 1ow Serial Story Wo will begin cither next week or tho week after our new serial story entitled Ebcn Holdcn by Irving Bachellor The popularity of this powerful story is attested by the fact that tho sale of tho book is now in its 2G5TII THOUSAND Wo are pleased to bo able to offer our readers such n story which hitherto issued only in high pricetlhookarm has not yet reached time great mass of newspa per readers You cant afford to miss this story which is worth more than tho price charged for a years subscription for Tiri News iryou reail 1fIb tlrsvctiaptcryv Will read the story through Dbnt miss it CIRCUIT COURT Tho jury in tho case vs Fred Day charged withshooting and wounding Sydney Minix failed to agree andwas discharged On Monday morning a rule was awarded against James Boone jailor of Clark county for con tempt for refusing to deliver Moses Fellncr to the special bailiff last week C J Sowell was appointed special bailiff to servo tho warrant but it was held by the authorities there that Sowell did not have the proper authority to execute thoI papers but Jailer Boono offered come with Sowell if Sowell would take the consequences which he refused to do and returned without making tho arrest The grand jury reconvened Monday morning and returned indictments against Mildred Young and B Smith for tho killing of Ticky Jim Back tho ones found lust court having been quashedon motion of Attorney L C Hoark They were allowed bond and their cases moved to Powell county on a motion for a change of venue Robert Chancy was given 12 years in the penitentiary for the killing of Sulyors near Elkalawa last year The cases vs Jackson and Nee Icy were transferred to Powell county Riley Coldiron was reindictcd for perjury because he swore before tho grand jury here last year that ho saw Bill Britton at the court house window when James Cpckrill was killed His case was moved to Leo county on a motion for change of venue It will he remembered that Britlon was convicted to a life term at Lexington recently The case vs Elijah Bush for thoI murder of Stove Duff was moved to Powell county John D Turner charged with murder was admitted to bail inI the sum of 2500 James Boonc jailer of Clark county was fined 500 for con tempt in refusing to deliver Moses Fellncr to the special bailiff of this courtIi NHo 4 R EL KES few Cash Store I NOW IIEADQtTAHTEUS Fo INS IN EV Y I Ei and my tn6tto is Small Profits and Ojiiek Salos I c = = =LOW RRIOES YES jl HAVE THEn i Lal 8c Bacon 8 cents Fresh Meal 35 cents a sack Shovel Plows 15 cents each Plow Jlines 10 cents a pair Pack e Coffee 10 cents AND wejl just come and see for yourself how much your dollars will buy at my store 1 H crFL BLAKEcu 4 CLEAN SWEEP SALE The Followlrq prices are for Qasj or produce MKNS SUITS 12 00 Suitsnow8 49 11 00U 7 49 10 00 x o49 8 00u u 549 7 00 u 119 G 00a 3 49 5 00 2 49 j MENS SIIQKS 5 00 Shoes now43 49 1 00 ft U d 2 74 3 GOU U 2 24 3 00J r 1 98 2 50 u M 1J4 2 00 u w n 49 1 5Oa r v 1 19 1 sr u os lIENS HATS 3 00 Hals now 1 98 2 50 1 74 2 00 1 49 1 50 1 19 rI75 u 49 LADIES SKIRTS 4 00Skirtsnow2 98 3 Od 1 98 2 50 1 74 2 00 1 49 1 00u 79 CJUOCERIKS Arbuckles 17biics now131cTo- matoes MENS now32111 00II 50II SUITS Suitsnov2 150 LADIES SHOES now2 toIWe working hard your and if square dealing and very low prices will interest you to get it and buy your wasts us Four dollars will work five hero Try us Very respectfully C KELMANJAC- KSON BARGAIN HOUSE 5cszsuurc 5 552r2525u2 M W LITTLE Iii SUlLY LITTLE SIANUFACTUllEUS DEALERS IN MARBLE AND GRA- NITEMonuments I I and TombstonesSatisf- action guaranteed Call or write prices and money by buying from us 22 YEARS EXPERIENCErnJACKSON BREATHITT 2I52S2S25525252l52S2S2S2C 52525 ru Wreck on Narrow Ouago Road In a wreck on the K L V road near Camp Christie on last Monday Hiram Hays leg was broken in two places below the knee by a log falling on him from tho car and John Caudill time fireman was caught between two logs and badly mashed about tho chest It is thought both willre cover though lays leg may have to bo amputated Hays was fore tho hauling crow and Cau dill was fireman This is the first accident of a serious nature that has happened on this road Every store town Greenwell 5 cents a 2 lbs Coffee 25c 18c Coffee per can 9c Apples per can 9c Peaches per can Uc Kraut per can Jc Tobacco 3 twists lOc Syrup lice jrallon 33e PANTS 5 00 Pants 49 4 00 2 39 3 50 3 1 98 2 50 u 1 2 00 1 49 1 1 19 1 25 98 BOYS 30 24 3 00 1 98 2 50 Of 1 74 2 00 1 1 J9II 2lI3 00 Shoes 2 50 1 85 2 00 1 39 1 50 I19 25 pairs of Rubber Boots bo closed out at are for trade wo are sure Come entire of do time of adS2S R SHELY H AND for save n- l52 man of in 74 ADVERTISED LITTER LIST List of unclaimed matter advertised by Daniel D 1 1 unit postmaster at Jackson Ky March Oth and sent to the dead letter olllce at Washington D 0 for the week ending March 23 lOVj Allen Ada Ambiirgey David Bradley G A Slack Clltton Davis Tom Emallno Mrs Fugnle Lewis Fields Hester A Qayheart Sallie Gtbbard Uosa Logan Herrod Noah Judg Stafford ClevtlnJ Smith Art League TharpJohn Wilson Maggie Sponcer L 0 Dead Letter Now is tho time to subscribe for newspapers and magazines We can save you money on any you wish to take v 4 I rP CRAWFORb IAmES BRoPNY p FCVOrV Look before A PurchasefSay did you know wo had the- p1i T LINE OF COOb5 II Touft i You can spend money anywhere but when it comes down Ito now uptodnte right priced giltetlgednhw please the customer and pleasure to soil Of merchandise we havo it SHOES t tAH made to fit well and wear well nobby and dressy nnllas ossiblo for anyPthe same pnce any lady in town where to buy your t It Dress Goods and Notion M The verdict is unanimous Truly your friends a A1Pr CRAWFORD 00 i Jackson Jfontucky II Ladies Fine Shoes II i u NoCut of Vamps in C Courtney Shoes tlORP Ctawfatd ca 4 t FOR SALE u u Pure bred Golden Bronze Turkeys White Pekin Ducks Cornish Indian Game and Single Comb Brown Leghorn ChickensEggs for Hatchingi- n season Place your ordcrsIearly Our eggs arc anteed to be strictly fresh and from wellmated pure bred fowls ouR PRICES ARE RiqrT LM M Hagins uE Y cow fyVT S TO WEST aQd SOUTHWEST VIA Southern Railway foiv round trip rates every first and third TUESDAY In each month VERY CHEAP ONE WAY AND ROUND TRIP RAZES February and March 21 TWO TRAINS nAIlS BUTWKKN LEXINGTON AND ST LOUIS No chiince of ears Free Ue cliuiiiK Clair Cars VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY Write for information T W OREW3 T P A Ill E Male St L5XINaTOKY W H Henderson Ayres Street Opp Pelt once LEXINGTON KY DEALER I- NGrain Seeds Teed Wheat Rye Burley Oats and Corn Clover Iimothy Millet Kentucky Uluo Grass Orchard Grass Hungarian Nay Straw Min Feed FREEhide rlirllJuncrarmer prnctical national illustrateds agricultural and family weekly in tho United States OflE bOCCAR PER YEAR Send your name for free sample copy New York Sritfuijeparmer Tribune BIJg Nv Tarts City The New York Tribune Farmer and tho HREATHITT COUNTY NKWS both one year for only 1 tho subscription prico of THE NEWS alone if you send your order and money to THE NEWS office SUBSCRIBE NOW GUARDyour health busing PURE flour only The most health fill cereal preparation is flour and time most flour- isFIANSFIELDS BEST PATENT AN- DMountain Lily Milled hwntor power from tho very oat selected on a mill that is mechanically per fectWo say MANSFIELDS is the finest flour made but wo dont expect you to take our word for it Wo DO ask you however to try just ono sack AVo know it will bo enough to make you a firm fast friend of MANSFIELD FLOUR guy from your Sroesryman U C MANSFIELD SON ROSSLYN KY Vi i r4 t ANCIENT DOG TONGS tj Th Were Used tp Eject Quarreling t i Canines From Church I the many quaint customs existingin remote country parishes in Vnlcs until early in lima last con imy not tbo least interesting was tlio use of tho dog tongs known as II cefuil gun in tho vernacular JThcso curious and somewhat formi dable instruments it need scarcely be said were intended for ejecting quarrelsome dogs from church dur ing divine The Welsh farmer living in his solitary home some distance from the church and combining his spir itual needs with his material occu pations would take his sheep dog with him to church lookingafter his flocks and herds by the way His canine friend was in some instances allowed to remain under the seat so long as ho behaved himself and re frained from quarreling withother dogs within the sacred precinct At the slightest sign of a quarrel tho parish functionary who was proved ed a stoolIIset at tho church j door for the olllccr that clears tho church from dogs forthwith eject t ed the offenders with the tongs which were suiyicientlystrong and- S secure any The intrusion of dogs in church was not confined to Wales As early as 1597 the farmers in the parish of Workshop took their shift i dogs with them to church s late as 1817 the same custom prevailed at KirtoninLindsey One of Arch bishop Lauds reasons for ordering tho erection of communion rails is j said to have originated in his desire to keep dogs away from the altar and from defiling it Sometimes these dog tongs were of woodsome times of iron English Country l Life A Dinner Invitation f After a hearty meal a dose of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure vlll prevent un attack thoroughdlr Indigestion Dytpepsla Gas on the t Stomach Sour Riflings Bad Breath and all stomach troubles N Watkins 1Lesbus Ky says I can testify to the efficacy of Kodol In the cure of Stomach Trouble I was afllicted with Stomach Trouble for fifteen years and have taken six bottles of your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which entirely cured me The six bottles were worth 1000 to met Kodol Dpspepela Cure will digest any quantity of all the whaler some food you want to cut while your stomach takes n res recuperates nnd grows strong This wonderful prepa ration Is Justly entitled to all of lie ninny remarkable cures Sold by M S Grain t o A Protective Duty celcVpoetry rOo aniiiiicd for a New iartnor to R e Illicit scntllpenrrfthnqtttiuprm flej EIo wanted a boy to his and went among pus neigh bors looking for one who whistled He found such a boy without dilll t culty and sent him up tho ladder with tho order not to cease whis tling until tho last grape was picked Any one who has tried to whistle and cat grapes at the same time knows how little of tho farmers harvest was deflected into tho boysI stomach But tho tale recalls that older one of tho boy whoso father sent Him down cellar to draw a pitcher of cider and ordered him tot whistle while ho was doing it The whistle ceased for a time however and then went on again When tho boy reappeared he was asked why ho had stopped Only to wet my whistle he said Lute Flmllnjr Money Finding honlth Is like finding money so think those who tire sick When you have n cough cold sure throat or chest Irritation better oct promptly tike W C Barber of Handy Level Va lIe says I had a terrible chest trait ble caused by smoke and coal dust on my lungs but after finding no relief k in other remedies I was cure by Dr Kings Now Discovery for Consump thin toughs nnd Colds Greatest tale of any cough of lung medicine in the world At The Jackson Drug Co i COc and 100 i guaranteed Trial but tle free His Limitations Judge Kurton who was a very old little man was trying a case when another very old man a peasant scarcely able to walk came into court to give evidence Instead of going to the witness box he went toward the passage lending to the bench Ono of tho counsel called try out to him Come back sir Where are you going Do you think you are a judge Indeed sir said JudgoJJurtonfit for little elseSoventy Years of Irish Life Arc You Engaged Engaged people should remember tint after marriage many quartets r can bo avoided by keeping their dlgeN ElnctriekHitters S A Brown of Bennett vllle S C says For yt an my wife t sugared Intensely from dyspepsia complicated with a torpid liver until the lost her strength and vigor and rbecame a mere wreck of her former self Then she tried Flectria Bitters which helped her atones and finally I made her entirely well She Is now strong and healthy The Jackson DrugOonsell amlguarantees them tat 5Ocn bottler 4J i Grccnwejli Cc Ask anygrocer K bfJil I 1 A Record of Marvelous Accomplishments Established February 19 1904 TIll Kentucky Farmer and BrccrlerPof Lexington has within a few months time become concededly the bcst weekly paper of its kind in America and has secured a paidinadvance circulation4 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 6r garden about which information may be desired Evclissue of The Kentucky Farmer and Breeder contains the most pertinent news and the most timely advice for farmers and stock raisers of everysort r1l 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 itsI circulation is in Kentucky and for the most part among people who are interested in and able to buy either farms or good stock Byspecial arrangement we are able to offer for a limited time THE KENTUCKY FARMER AND BREEDERA- ND o THE BREATHITT COUNTY NEWS 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 Ken tacky 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 DOGS OF ALASKA They Sometimes Wear Shoes Which They Afterward Eat In Alaska even dogs wear shoes at least part of life time It is not YEskimowhen u min would frcpzo to death The log does nil the stork of drag ging and carrying which in t- boleountrJpasses soon come bruised and sore Then his driver makes him soft little moccasins of buckskin or reindeer skin and tics them on with stout thongs of leather In this he will trav thoroughly tears his shoes withhis sharp wolf upWonderful dogs of Alaska Although they are only little fellowsnot more than half the size of n big Newfoundland they sell from 75 to 200 each more than an ordinary horse will sell for in this country They draw 200 pounds each on a sled an they arc usually driven in teams o guidthemsound of their masters voice turn ing or stopping at u word But the Eskimo dogs have their faults Like many boys they are overfond of haying good things to eat Consequently they have to bo watched closely or they willattack and devour stores left in their way especially bacon which must be hung out of their reach At night when camp is pitched tho moment a blanket is thrown upon the ground they will run into curl up and neither cuffs nor kicks suffico to budge them They lie as close possible himself so close that they wont get under the blanket him They are human too in their disinclina morningNew Best Part of the Picture When I was n youngster said a Philadelphia painter who is today one of the bright stars in the American art firmament and whose fume also reaches across the Atlantic III portraits at bargain prices Once a tailor who was anxious to transmit his features to posterity asked me what m price was for a half length I told him 100 The picture was paintedand approved Then the knight of the thimble took out his pocketbook and wanted to know how much ho payI you before we started I replied that my charge for a head was 100Oh I I know that said he but how much for the coat Its best part of the picture thoI York Herald Time tide has come on Grcemvell cents L A Destructive Fire To draw the fire out of n burn or heal a cut without leaving n scar I- ISjDeWittsi n Da Wilts Witch Hazel Salve in my fatuity for Piles cuts arid burns It it the best salve on the market Every family should keep It on hand Sold by M S Orain Hiring a Cab In Russia In Russian cities according to an English traveler the taking of a cab is a matter of bargaining for though there is a printed tariff somewhere the cabmen cannot read it If you i khi the distance you walk along the cab rank calling out your des tination and your priceabout a quarter of what you would pay in London andn tenth of time New York demand When you havo pass cd the lust cab you will hear a clat ter behind and a driver will im plore you to step in If you do not know the distance you ask the fare walkdon heaveneon there is a race to pick you up Nor is there ever a dispute at the end Catching Crows In India In order to catch crows after the gypsy fashion in India it is neces sary to have a captive crow always on hand This crow matt bo laid upon its back and its wings pegged to tho earth with forked sticks Im mediately a free crow will attack it and the captive crow seizing time I free one with its claws will hold it tight Crow No2 must then be taken and pegged down also Oth er crows come and two more willsoon be caught They must also bo laid the pegs and then the four captives will take four other crows is followed until the hunter has taken all the crows he desires I An Old Italian Custom In the Val di Hose in Italy u popular custom which is known as offering has been repeated for centuries on Christmas day Crowds of the faithful convey to a shrine gifts of oranges and pomegranates gathered from each wo own farm and place them at the foot of the altar of the Redeemer who is by a boy holding globe andsurrounded on all sides olive branches wax candles and votive lamps Every o Ulcer wears the typ ical costume of tho valley and tho men assume tho traditional head dress This rite is said to bo con nected with the visit of the magi to BethlehemAttacked By a Mob and beaten In a labor riot until cov ered with sores n Chicago street car conductor applied Bucktena ArnIca Salve and was scan sound and well I use It In my famnyNrites O J Welch of Tekoniha Mich and find It perfect Simply great for cuts nnd burns Only 25c at The Jackson Drug Co r SOLID COMFORT in Travel Menus 6lq pIf2fd ersoQ locate tree SRocllnlnq Chair Cans on all Tjralna botro- eenLOUISVILLE Kentucky Points and ST LOUIS Colonist and JfCoino lookers fRalos to the well and SoutAtvesf If you contemplate n trip or n chance of location In the nonr future CUT THE IIENDBItSOK UOUTE HABIT It In the comfort tine and a comfort goodhnlAt least Rive us tho opportunity of naming you rates We hove the equip ment the train service the free chair cars and the rates WHAT MORE DO YOU WANT L J InwiK GKO L QARRBTT flan Pauener Azt Trav Vintager Alt 1 HENDERSON UOOTE Loulsvlllo Ky A FREE PATTERN Jour own Mlerlnni to rtttf hub scriber Only W eeuta a year I MAGAZINE NSCMJLKS A LADIES MAGAZINE A Ktmi bciuntul colored plate t Ulctt fatniunf drefcimaking eeonondaKyv- ork j fcoaithoM tams etc hub uprLedrStyllh Reliable Sitefde tlltn Miiuululyeertect rM CALLA RPs AD Sum tile ItatttlaawdSSenkejlseshow Only lo and II inn tsch non higher Ak lot them Sold in n iljr srsrycity and lorry nr by malt run THE MoCALL CO 11115117 Welt Jilt St Nf W YORK Coal and Timber Land Wanted Wanted ona hundred thousand acres of seal arid timber lands In Eastern Kentucky for OAHII for Eastern Capi talists Write to r 0 E SMITH LexIntt nKy 7 r RAILROAD TABLES Lexington Eastern Ry LOCAL TIME TAULE Effective Oct 10th 1POI Vest sound i No i Noj Dully Dully Ux SunJajr Us Sunday AM LvJaekior 325- O K Junction 028 Bealtjvllle Jun 720 Torrent 7 47 Natural Bridge 801 Stanton 828 Clay City 837 Winchester BJ3 Ar Lexington 1010 p M East Bound No a dally ii Sunday PM IV Lexington 225 Winchester 310 Clay Oily 350 Stanton 400 Natural Bridge 435 Torrent MO- Heattyvllle Jun fill 0t K Juno 611 ArJackunn 01G 2252W 8211 347 4OlUQ NO4 lastly Uxsunay AM 745 825 P13 023 9tH- JO08 1029 1126 1130 Nod 3 and 4 nicks close connection for Cnnnol City and points on Ohio A Kentucky Railway Dlvinloti dally ox cept Sunday NOD 1 2 connect at L 8 K June tion with Chesapeake A Ohio for Jit Sterling and local points Trains Nell 1 A connect at Heatty vllle Junction with I4 A for ilenttj vlllo J11 HARK Gen Mgr eIAI SCOT G P A 0 K R Y Effective Mar 22nd 1004 lEAst Bound West Bound = 4 = I Weiqb 4F b STATIONS 439Jii1 00 Mid M4a 2 AM All lU An AM IV PM tr030 235 Jaekon 1120 300 925 230 O AK rune 1126 88fi 843 lli8 Williurrt 1152 417 R30 1m521lamptnn limbs 480 750 J8 Lee Clly Ii23 610 741 122 llelrcliNvra 1228 618 716 Joo Cannel City 1245 645- AU iv ru LV PU AH ru AR Westbound Iauenger Train connect i at 0 A K Junction with train which leaves Lexington at 740 am East buund Pas nger Train connects at O A K Junction with train which arrives at Winchester 5120and Lex ington at 605 pm M U CONLKT Supl Louisville Atlantic Ry in enact July Iblh ilDOl No 5 No 6 Arrive Lere- 1M A N Stations I 0 15 1k K Jackson 0 25 5P5 Jteauyviua Jct 7 30 4 50 IteattyvlMo 7 45 420 lleldeluiirR 80 312 Irvine 020 2 15 Uidiinond 10 20 Not No 8 Xol x21 IM IM A AII1 00 T M Irvine 235 IIl1121 7 40 Vnlloy View 4 16 614 1100 7 10 Nlcholutvlllt 4 411 0 65 10 ili 0 31 VeMnillen fi 3 5 7 55 710 350 LouUvlllu 8 15 1040 Iv Lv Ar Ar U It Smtlh n Ic I A Vemlllei Ky HMJR GRASS TRACTION CO Georgetown and rflxington Traction Company Cars have Lexington fur Paris every hour from On in to 7 p 111111111 lit 0 p m Lenvt Inri every hour from 7 a m to 8 p m and at 10 p In Single fare 40 cents- Ienve Lejcln tci fjr Georgetown ev cry hour from 7 n r to 1 p in except 1111 m 1 p m 8 r m and 10 p m Leave Georgetown t ry hour from G n m to 10 p III exeej U a III 12 in and 7 and Oil Ill Y ALEXANDER President FARM FOR SALE ICO acres 2 miles south of Indian Fields known as n part of the Indian Old Field A IIUIIKU with 7 rooms cistern at the door with nil the other necessary out buildings one stock mint tulle tobuccn barn KulIIclotit to hold 4 acres of tohncco Churches and school convenient Tho farm la well watered and fenced Theru IB n nlctt young orchard of something over 100 apple trees in bearing selected fruit call on or address mo at Indian Fields Ky o G W ALIEN I have several hundred deeds m corded during my term of nlllue ns County Clerk These are valuable to the owners of the land and 1 would be glad fur them to cull pay the fees and take them out J Wise Higinn IIIIItt11 1 Horo WcAre 1 The Celebratedv 4 f l a HANAN E3HcE J Tho Dust on Earth PRICE 5QO P R lQE 0 rot sale By DAY BROE OJa- oksol JClJtuol- YI r f i cJcJC3 =VhOVi DAY IretidentI m FIVJIUWFOIID Vice President e SZerrS Ic3cactc3lJ I J SAMUKL 11 BAD JRluhllrNIIOBT VAlA tuI1AJJ Alit Cslt ffi H xxJA- CKSON DEPOSIT BANK Jackson Kentucky p Paid up Capital and Surplus 2G5000u Je g I d Wo solicit tho Hanking flimsiness antI accounts of ID11I1llCllIlIllllfIlOtIlIOIS n 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