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M BREATHITI COUNTY rEWSI 1tiFlelnrltn DEVOTED TO THE INTEUESTS OK EASTEIIN KENTUCKY CNK DOILAK Tin YEAH IN ADVANCE rYol lir Jackson Kentucky Friday March 17 1905 Number 22 1t J f advurliamnoutsIon a guaranty our paper i more than twito tho circulation in ee JJreathitt County of any pupor puhlibTied Our pupor goes to OVI J miry post ofllco in Iorry County and almost ovory 0110 in Leo Ma I Owsloy Wolfo and Kuott IgOUiIlyou want to roach tho moun j tain trade tryau mid ill tho JhUTII ITT COIIMTV NKWU JIPRICE TOR e ryCknv LOWER fQatl1l1tiotUtnt tkea ay el kef j Needles OH lcpalrsf rcz AH lAt s AT I SlNGER c TORE Needles oca Package gSoutheast corner Main r mid llrondway Streets KYj I Rt nIft HE J Motors You Purchase Any Other Write MACHINE COMPANY 4ORAAQC MAM are nude te sell rtetrd t Iessoh quality but the Now Home It made la wt Our tutraitty flyer runs out t We make Swlnr Mtehlnts la suit alt conditions ofthelrad The NcW Home tUndtttthf bead of ill II iBliRrnil c iimllrMwlnr machines Null liy niifhurljuil dcnl r unly Tan SALE nv James M Richardson Co- Cienentl Agents Electric Ilds CMJVKLAXl 0 I WantedOno riiniuand Men and W mrn to pass lie GRII Service Kxntninaiion for the following United Slates Govern ment position NAME OF POSITION Department Branch Ago UniliO told over Clerk Mnte or Frmalo t Stenographer MillIIr Female 8tenograilurntid Tjt mvriter Mule r Female Ilookkeepor Male or Female Hallway Mall Clerk Act 18 to 3S Tauger SO and over Custom house Ihnuelt- A Ago Limit o and over Day Inspector Clerk Mhle or Female Assistant Weigher JloliloJ1Rtr Sampler Internal Revenue Iran li Age Limit il and over ClerkGanger Storekeeper PONt oIIIlO Uraneli Clurk Male or Femalo 18 to 15 Clerk Carrier For Information as to nqulrements I Fyn GOOD GUIDEPIIIA tao4eiabatety pOr bT1VlNe booK i it JItroc deacfea lb mat eumptnoIoI OICIIwtfouIoIoaeboractllHf Pistols Shotguns hnyaIJnaotthboyhoutlh ahU4i4etialWShltadadteattecehj STLVLNS FIRLAIIY3a- t sold ipmtlg gads sal bid dalesINiiZAk them NakIm4 Mtier 14 Dou lM thltSk1atwafhnyam to W Sill to apecey We am Send uro c ramps rot Steal nook uoIlUlI Peon JBTLVLNS ARMS TOOL CO 1 P O Box 4091 AYym- j Irt- tid t it t c4 New Trainmaster J II Barr General Manager of the Lexington k Eastern cnilrond annotinces that J L Tlioinpkins who resigned tho position of master of that road to tako tho position of general manager of the UCllllrtPOIl Coal 00111 at bypdispatcher for tho L it K Killed by n Freight Train Kelley Straiig f aged about twoiitythreo years vas killod Fri tiny morning bya local freight train on tho Luxiiigton and East urn railroad Ilu honrdod tho pnaBoiiger train at Stanton and got olfnt Lombard Nisur tlit ro ho lay down on the track lie was under tho inllumict of liquor and was probably asleep when the train struck him An Expensive Luxury Iho now capitol situ nt Frank fort is rather an ovpensivo luxury for tho lax jayela Tho sito itself cost S IO000 nod tho extra session of tho Legislature cost shout SIO 000 moro According to archi tects it will cost S0000 muro to put tho building material on tho owe sito than tutu old So lucre is 1HO000 out of the taxpayers to put tho now capitol n tulle front tho depot in Frankfurt To Cleanse Fabrics Tho following recipe is highly recommended for its etlicsicy in clennsing fabrics without injuring the toxturo or starting the color however tlulicato Grato two pate toei of ordinary sizo into n howl containing ond pint of clean cold Water Strain carefully through a sieve allowing tho liquid to full into vt siol tWlltl1iningAll additional pint of cold wntor Let it BOtlo and then pour off the mayh0tho soiled garment softly witn sponge dipped in tho potato water after which wash it in clean water Dry carefully in tho shade and thou iron it fRO tho liedlinciil loft after tKniring off the wntor for cleaning heavy clothes rues and carpets Pay Your Debts Debt is n great force waster boo cause very few teen or women can worrylugso dco ly involved that it is im possible to extricate yom self with out going through bankruptcy thou your butter medicine nt onco and start again no matter youLayvlion you are able Oot rid of all vitality sappers If you have taken an unfortunate step retrace it if you can If you have ninde I mistake remedy it as far ns it is in your power to do SOj but when yon have done your best lot tho drngitsflow what is dent and should bo buried to keep hoLhinJtlip mid training oil your e 1 in worryor vain regrets The Old Subscriber Wo sometimes wonder if news men gtJl1Umllupprtcinto the pallOr ter at trade value Vo mean tom standby who takes the ptpur year tiller year through ruporlilust the same ns ho would buy other honest debt says the Iowa Recorder As a general thing the old subscriber is patient and slow to wrath lie many little slights from tho editor horrowllIWilli a minute If one of his calves gets its leg broken and the fact isnt mentioned in the next isSuo he loesnt seem to feel the slight hi the least or iCu half dozen of Ids hens die with the cholera niorhus and tho editor doesnt set out a two dollar nil to make room to her aid tho news to a waiting world he just worries right along as though ho had not been mistreated it all Ho is always jollynovor fails to ask toliows trick when he comes in tho Mice and drops n wont of praise for the paper upon taking his departure God bless the old Wo love him and ifwo sometimes slight him in saphludhis shoos it is because he is so 1I10ullilindudUlltl clmritnblymt ho will never triad it m rJ a Dont Wnlt Too Long Too many peoplo keop tho How ors they havo plucked for yon until the day of your Their songs of praise are not heard until your procession is passing their door The of charity dees not bezomo public property until put in use by the preacher who conducts tho lust sad rites If a man huts Mowers for mo I want them while I am on earth and can smell their fragrance lhoywill do mo no good placed nt tho head of toycoffin The grass that is kept green about my last resting place will bo of no avail to nib on the other shore Hero is where I need the lowers nod the smiles and the praise not over there If n fellow who is going to go around to the house after I am gone to see if ho can bo of any help will como around tomorrow JCUll tell him how ho cut be ofIL wholo lot of help There will be plenty of them It is all hired short now Harry your lowers to tho living and slug your songs of praise at tho dinner tablf Dont watt for the funeral Jessamine Journal HARD INSURANCE WORK How an Agents Dlunt Frankness Opened the Way to Dig Order A clever insurance agent was closing u lung campaign upon a wealthy merchant whom ho wished to insure for 100000 The mer clued had been n tough proposi tion and tho solicitors arguments and eloquence dropped from him to inollectivcly as to arouse all the pro fessional pride of a dozen years sue cuss He redoubled his ellorts and was nt lust just shout to give up in disgust when the merchant swung around in his revolving chair and fixed hint with a cold gray eye Young man said ho if you can satisfy me on one point Ill take policyThe himself for tho tone contradicted the encourage ment of the words I gums I cnn he remarked Well then demanded the oth er in n high voice pointing a big finger sternly at his visitor how much do you get out of this first fl000 which 1 am to Thvcal iiaT you call it I I Ive no objection personally to telling you replied the insurance man uneasily Ive agreed not to give the exact figures Is it half Yes More thou that More than half i And will you kindly inform me why I should pay you more than 2000 Do I get anything from it What reason is there for such an absurdity lie triuuipbnntThe was gone and decided that he hind earned the luxury of n little plant speech Voll Ill tell you Ive been hero twelve tunes havent J1 can well believe it replied the brutallyAnd and days you know nothing about finding ont all about you and your affairs and laying out my facts so that theyd youJWcll1 AVell if the world wasnt full of obstinate idiots like you who have to lava a good thing hammered clear through their skulls before they recognize it my company wouldnt need to employ and pay men of intelligence like me It is said that this venturesome person left that ollico with the sig nature for which he hind striven so expressedtruth n as he begins to investigate insurance conditions If people who ought to be insured would all go to the insur ance companies instead of having to be fairly clubbed in one of the largest expenses would be eliminated with tho obvious result of lower policyholdlJrsWorltls Pleasant anti Harmless Dont drug the stnmndi Id euro n cough One Minute Couph Guru ciis the mucus drawn the inlliunmnllnn autur the throat lungs and bronchial lube heals woollies and cures A quirk cure fur Croup suit Whooping Cough One Minute Cotuh Cure re levee n couch in one minute hemline t nets first on the mucous membrane rlrflit where too cough troubles In the the ihroalor deep seated on Dm luiif Sold by M S Grant The Overland Limited to Californn leaves Union Tasfengcr Station Chica go 6 05 e M dully arrives Suit Francis dinnerRuutoChlcngo Southernlacltlevia this ruuln Atk then to do so ORIIfornla AKenlGhiclIway My quality is host Grecmvcll 6c DESIGNED FOR TOWN LOT I I Poultry lUur For AVIilcli bury At- iTaningetre flulinril pOlillryhOIlproduced from Amerlcnn Poultry Jour areOpenwhich do not take up the length of the build hug Hallway entire length which with omitclilnc nheda an usually built would he Impossible In other plans ludlrvnylit IEIIHICCTITK VIEW which to condition fdwn for the exhl bition room Itoost roomst with roost poles and drop Ixjiirtls costly aece lblc front the hallway bur cleaning Scratching steels cushy accexslble from the roost rooms by two foot doors through which to enter or throw grain Htraw or litter- Abundance of flimllght though not direct HUiiHhlne which U unessential The wlndowd are eight feet long tit ted with pane 10 by IS Time window frames are hinged on the Inside at till iKittom MO an to swing In nt the top for ventilation The exit from tho roost room Into the scratch rooms can be oiiciHil or closet from the hallway by n cord anti pulley In mimmer tune or whenever wanted the two foot door FLOOII PLAN or fouLTiir HOUSE way from the roost rooms Into the Kcrntch sliedn can be left open if de sired Above the lower edge of the roof over too scratching sheds there Is to be n stretch of tour tout wire netting to prevent the fowls trout flying over the roof As to cost It will vary with the kind nnd grade of lumber and other materi His tueil but the building CAU oul t less be as cheaply built M any other considering the advantages claimed tor It It will be seen from the ground plan that the liMIt small room to the left of the hallway upon entering Is to be used for Htorlng fuel Bud other essentials The yard rues will be ten feet wide and as long as spite will allow Selvctlnir KftK Producer A serious mistake Is often made in selecting fowls fur breeding purposes and In xclcctlng eggs tor hatching A correspondent of Pane Home says On many farms the custom U to select eggs for hatching during too spring months when nearly nil of the fowls are laying No matter how poor a layer H hen may be the chances are that most of the eggs will be produced dur lug the spring and early summer mouths A lice that bus laid mutiny eggs during the winter mouths U quite likely to produce fewer eggs during the spring and early summer mouths than one that commenced to day on time ap pronch of warm weather Springtime is natures season for egg production All fowls thud produce any considera ble number of eggs during the year are likely to be laying at this time It Is therefore plain tlmt whenever eggs are selected 111 the springtime from u Hock of mixed helms composed of voiiie good layers Bud some poor ones it larger tier centage of eggs will be obtained from tho poor layers than at almost any oth er season of the year A serious mis take N therefore made In breeding largely from time unprofitable fowls Whenover It U possible fowls that are known for the great number of eggs that have produced during the year should be selected for the breeding pen An I Inc Producer Green cut bones are not used as ex teiish ely as they should be because grain can bo obtained with less dllllcul ty mid at n minimum cost but us egg producing material the bone Is far su perior to gnilu and due not cost moro than grate la some ucctlona The cut ting of tie bone lute available sizes is now rendered nu easy matter as they bone cutter Is within reach of all none fresh from the butcher contain moro or lens mount Bud the moro of such mined the better sa It will cost no more per pound than the bone while time combi nation of both meat crd bone Is an excellent food trout which to produce eggs Glue the Flock Moos Overcrowding tho poultry house Is dangerous business and should never bo practiced Hotter kill halt time Hock liens In crowded quarters get the egg eating mud feather pulling habit cud are much more liable to contract this ease Either get more room or dispose of a portion of the Hock Each bird should have at least six square feet of tloor space and eight Is better Com mercial Poultry I Kilt the Sick Urn Do not waste time with sick liens Ret rid of them at once Bud bury then Jeep or burn their bodies The a few sick liens CUll be borne creator satisfaction tluLm to have withJease attack all time members of Jlolklroultry News ltlt 14 When sonic folks calls y a fools a purl rood sign yt Amt OUR BARGAIN LIST News and iither ot the following for one year The LouNvllle Herald weekly Tribune harmer weekly Hume t Farm twice n month Tlie Sunny South Ion si L5 The llrtnlliitt County News and either uf the following fur one year The Weekly CourierJournal The Lexington Leader weekly Atlanta Cui titiiiiun weekly FOR 1Li The Hreathitt County NVvrs and either of this fulluwitig for one year volt 100We will send you the Itreiihitt County This Cincinnati Emjulrer weekly The Commi ner Hryons paper FOR 5175 The Itiiulliitt County sews and either of the following toe unto year Lidira Home Journal Ibe Delineator DLLahla MlIlnzllli or any dullnr mauiKine or dollar weekly piibliMhed in the United States volt JOO Tim Brenllult County News anti Tho Kentucky Furmer stud liietder for one yearFOR 2io The Itrenihitt County New and either of Iho following for one year The Daily Louisville Herald Time Daily Clicinnali Post 38 Dollars =10 California AND TI- IENorthwest FROM LOUISVILLE VIA TH- EHENDERSON ROUTE Corresponding low rates to WlIshilgtollOngon Itah ilon tann and ell immediate points Tickets on sale dailyimp to and including May 15 li05 Also special liomoseokers rates to tho West and Southwest on certain dittos If you contemplate a trip ask us for rates If yon would travel in comfort see that your ticket rends over tho Joll er80n bide between Louisville and St Louis Free reclining email cars on all of our St Louis trains Direct connections in St Louis union station with all lines to the West and SouthwestL IRWIN General 1aiiencer Agent LOUISVILLE KY k j r r We have secured exclusive rights and will begin the pub1cationof Bachellers masterpiece of fict- ionEben olden as a serial in this paper Most of our readers have heard ofthe great popularityof this storywhich has been a high priced book and is now for the first time secured for newspaper readers Plenty of Rapid Fire Uncle Eb probably comes nearer to the heart of nature than anycharacter of modern fiction If you are not a subscriber begin now and get the first Y paper containing the story h I Henry Ji Wattersons Letters from Eufope Will be A Leading Feature- of Ti- eQourierJourijal Durilq 1905 lly a special arrangement you can pet the- BREATH ITT COUNTY NEWS and the WKEKLY CQUUIERJOURNAT botli one year for only Xi25 onlyAllLinn must be sent through The News office C c An Indisputable SAFE 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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 Address Cnquir r Company Cls cIskB u Okie KIBLTHE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew IFOR C ONSUMPTIONOUGHS OLDS 1 L Surest anti Quickest all THROAT and LES or MONEY GRADEPrs WIlt Uir SEWING ROLLER s HIGH 1reliableI STRONGEST GUARANTEE I National Sewing Machine Coi1 to if I INOtS 0 Something New Valuable Tours T- OFLORIDAVIa 5ouUrr ailUay And Queen Crescent Route Go One Way Iteturn Another aolniIaSky and beautiful sapplilrtf iounlry Bud returning via Atlanta and Clialta mioogs or vice Terra are now on fale at row RATES The Florida Limited solid train DrawingRouupwith Dining Car service leaves Ivxiig IOn every morning via Queen ft Crescent Route runtime tliroiich without to Jacksonville via Cliattauocga ate Southern Railway The Chicago and Florida Special be ginning January Oih cuiuiiliug of Drawing Room Sleepers Obiarvalinu Cars etc will lenvu Uiiiitiintti every eening except Sunday runuinif hrougti solid to til AugusKHO via HllwaylthThrough Pullman hlIrs to Jack onvllle trout Uliioinunil every waning via Knoxville Asheville and Safauah From Louisville oonnicllou with all uf the above train Is mnde at Laxhi ton by trains of the Southern Railway For Lund uf the Sky book Vinter Homes feMur rates tcbtilules or other iiiforinnlion ndilrrts C D AILKX U P HUNUKHKO- RUAOTASou Ry U P A Suu Rv St Louts Mo Lnuitvllle Ky W ORtNBARIJN a P AQ do C Route Cincinnati 0 We Risk It Druggists Who Sell Dr Miles Nervine Agree If It FairTo Refund Cost Of course we reimburse the druggist You know him and trust him Dr Stiles Nervine la medicine for your nervesIt diseases of the Internal organs by giving tone to the nerves which make these organs work It Is a novel theorynot of anatomy but of treatment tint discovered by Dr Miles and since made use of by many wideawake physicians who ap predate Its value In treating the sick It you are sick we offer you a way t be made wellDr Miles Nervine This medicine Is a scientific cure for nerve disorders such as Neuralgia headache Loss of Memory Sleepless ness Spasms Backache Bt Titus Dance Epilepsy or Kits Nervous Prostration etc By toning up the nerves Dr Mlle Restorative Nervine will also cure those diseases of the internal organs dUe to a disordered nervous system Borne of these are Indigestion Bil ious Headache Kidney Trouble Chronla Constipation Dropsy Catarrh Ilhouma tIm etc My brother had nervous prostration and was not expected to live I Pre try Dr Ullea RestorativeNervine and now he has fully recovered You remember I wrote you how It saved my life a few ago when I had nervous trouble I preach its merits to everyone IIHV M D MYRItS Correctlonvllle Iowa FREE Write usand W 1111 mall you a Free Trial PatkoJDr Mlles Antirain Pills the ri w Scientific Remedy for Pain Alto Symp tom Blank for our Specialist to diagnose your case and tell you Abnlutel la wrong rLAUQIIATQIIIEnS y r 7 r Zi o ftroathitt Tfoi s J WISE IMfllNS Editor = Friday March 17 1005 PROFESSIONAL GAIIOS J VISE lAG INS ATTOKNEYATLAW Office over iostOlllce a t jACtioxi KKXTCCKT All business intrn teU to him will receive prompt and careful at tenttogattnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnilnm r 1L C ROARK IE LAWYER 1- E JAOKSON KENTUCKY Will practice In BreathUt and 1- S Magjllln Counties 5 MIfWUWlltWWllWWWUW11Wt11N I I Q W FLEKNOU A II PAT rox 11 FJVEENOR PATTOX I LAWYERS J- oLJAOKSON KENTUCKY NNN1 J=ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR STATE IIEIMIESEUTATIVE c We are authorized tn announce GRANT IIOIUDAY lira candidate for representative fro the 02d Legislative District rumpus of the counties of Hreaihitt Lee and Mngoflln subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce GEORGE W AKNETT- aa a candidate fur Representative comIIIOand MaRoflln subject to tha action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce JOIN C GRIFFITH as a candidate fur Representative from the 92nd Legislative district cnlnuoe of the counties of Hreathitt Lee an Magoflln subject to the action of the Republican party FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce k JOHN L STRONG r aa a candidate for Assessor of Rreathitt county subject to the action of the Re publican party FOR SHERIFF I am a candidate for Sheriff ofatllreathltt County at the coming N ember election BRRCK CRAWFORD Cope Branch Ky FOR JAILER1 M We are authorized to announce LEWIS GROSS nf Elkatawa as H candidate for the ofllceof Jailor of Rreathitt county sub w ject to the action of the Republican party John II Lovelncc of Frozen carne up on business Thursday My friends arc everywhere Greenwell Scents Our new story begins next week Dont miss it Begin with the first chapterJrCassia L Chnilwick was convict ed last week and sentenced to fourteen years in the penitentiary Now is the time to subscribe for newspapers and magazines Wo can save you money on any you wish to take U S Senator 111U Hate o f Tennessee died last Thursday nt weekago from pneumonia tractedat the inauguration conIt nies at Washington P II Harris the photographer will leave next Monday for Grapevine Willard Log College and other points in Perry county on a picture taking lour to be gone about two weeks The SwannDay Company caught about 20000 logs in their booms hero on the recent title This will keep their mill going for more than eight months which will Lea great help to Jackson Alex Denton who has been living ut Smith Branch for several years and who recently moved toJ Pan Bowl Branch moved s ester day to his old home near Crock ctsrillc where he was born and raisedIWe want your custom and if E you will call and see us we will save you money every time Jour come A cordial welcome and kind treatment for all Goods iirstclass Panel prices low NOIIIK NOIILK James Caudillof Stevenson was here last Thursday lIe IdlledJ wild goose last Thursday that got separated from a flock that was going north Weather guessers anyztnorth jt h 4 I Lee Howling of rigs Creole was in town this week on business Tlmrslon Robbins of Klkatnwa wits hero Wednesday on business Dr J A Tnulbco returned Wednesday from n three weeks trip to Oklahoma IL A Dunn of Leo City Deputy Shcriil of Wolfe county was hero on business Thursday Floyd Day WitS a guest of th- Lutubertnens B Club banquet given at Cincinnati Wednesday night James It inch and his son Cleveland of the Round Bottom on Quicksand were hero Thursday II S King an attorney from West Virginia is hero taking t the mineral rights on which R A Hurst took options about two years ago IT H Blake is preparing an addition to his stop house to accommodate his increas lug trade Ho will begin the excavation for the foundation M day The Court of Appeals allowed Judge Benton to file his petition to be made a party to the action of James Boone vs Judgo Kiddie It is thought the Court will sustain the writ 3Jamcs Bolin of Jackson is het lIe will put up the iron ceiling in the hank building Mrs Ellen Terry of Jackson is visiting her home foiks Mr und Mrs Mack Whisman at Booth Marion Puckett died at his homo near Lee City of consumption on the 12th instBig Bill Day of Frozen is visiting his daugh ter Miss Carrie at Hazel Green 1 who is very sick Mrs Jane Hensley died at her homo near ltarrieddat Lee City Colson Duff and Miss Duff Campion Courier Union ICuvlval Choir It is desired to organize a choi of from 50 to 100 voices for the big union revival meeting Tim music committee asks all the sing ers of all the churches nudull others to meet next Tuesday night the Presbyterian church forth first choir practice Special songbooks will be used Singing begins at 7 p in Executive Com mittee meets at 730 p m 3IAKIUAGKS James Tumbling and Miss Ma hala Ilollon were married at Simp son last Thursday Louis Pclfrey and Miss Ids Taulbee bout of Simpson were marriedat the home of the bride last Thursday Cicero Noble and Miss EIle Watts of Lost Creek were mar ried at the residence of Rev James Napier on Friday March 17th Reed P Seaton and Miss Lulu Crawford were married last Wed nesday at Samuel Pcmbertons in this city Rev R L linker officia iling AV reeked liy Flood About 500 rafts of logs that were tied up at Ford began mov ing Wednesday passing through gap made by the waters around Madison wing of the darn The bank has been washed away Government buildings were undermined null wrecked The cost of repairing the damages and put the dam in serviceable condition will aproximate 200000 Most of the rafts passed safely through In striking contrast with the devastation below are the busy scenes at Ford Both the mills there are running night and day employing n combined force otover 300 men There tho Rub lie says hell sell for a mere songIThats all right but as soon as you start to give him a song he tells OU you havent got the right notes Catholic Standardaud1imes o WiredCflicks wired me lastn Welwr What an absurd expres 11champaPhiladelphia Transcript A Gent What is your idea of a gentle man U My dear sir I always hate to thereisingChic go Ikcordllcruld Neighborly Comment SmithOld Skinner wanted to be hurledhintJones Yes but I surprised if he didnt fool em afterb all Detroit Tribune X- f 1 CORRESPONDENCE CANOE Rev Nnthair L Arrowood is Very ill and is not expected lo recover Nearly all time ablebodied men of this burg are on the river on timber The tide set them t hustling William Wells of Oakdale will preach at this Presbyterian church at Canoe on Sunday April 10th at 11 oclock a m IPlltWell Mbika faith an our long winter is broken all to wcbits lithelie jabbers and how dye know Pali- P PatSure old fools I jist seen the pkces go down by town in the river under the steel bridge toToo wont get good ones unle you for Grcontt all 5 cents cAYs CKIIK ttDr Glass of Hooncvillc passed hero Tuesday Rev Lewis Morris has utot into the house recently vacated l Sam Morris Prof L A Johnson of the Log College was here lust Sunday to See yo scribe eG B Gay was the guest of A C McIntosh of lluckhorn la Satuday and Sunday It M Begley has sold four raft nt the bank for 100 per hundt c which is everything considered ni fairly good price Mrs Orlena Hnrte and Mrs sMhrtliy Langdon both of Conflu ence were hero during the latter art of last week II C and John C Eversole an Ed Hogg passed hero Sunday en route to Hazard The former hails from London and the two latter from Booncville rThe weather has been very the past week and we believe th spring is hero to stay Garden JrnrdellsiYes Mr John L Strong the- o tiger is one of the greatest curses to any community When Cicero arraigned Cntnlino before the Roman Senate the gracest charge preferred against him was lie is a corrupter of time youth + lie was expelled from the city He who invites n youth to drink or to gamble is starting him on the road to Hades and is leading the wjvy himself Why is it that n Coon who has wrecked himself is so anxious to lead others to ruin l This can be done in many ways+ and he who encourages little boys tbn downward road and is giving them start enough it may be to lund them at time other end of it Ho who over by his example + teaches n boy to swear is guilty of an awful crime We are all teach ers and preachers What are you teaching What are you preach ingl Du KINO Greenwell 5c Ask any grocer TICOUJUjKSOIUIS Robert McDanicl is attending court at Hazard this week Green and Fernando Williams have been on time sick list William Stacy purchased lin mule from Sampson Conway fn which he paid 100 cash Bcram Smith who has been very low with the flux is slowly reset wing and will soon he about Misses Orlena Dobson and Lo Stacy were guests of Miss Vina Whitaker last Saturday Isorn Terry of Knott county visiting his brother in Inw slob crt McDaniel and contemplates going to New Mexico in a few dugs Joseph Stacy and several others 3 run n number of rafts on the ro tide Some had bad luck hutt o serious loss as yet heard of James Hays of Knott county through hero en route to to hunt some of the Fugato boys to take them to Hazard court Hays was on n peace bond with 3 them and they failed to appear whosoIJosh Ritchie of Talcum lost one of his children by n sawlog rolling over it The child was playing on the bank of the creek and happened to get below the log that the ico tide had left on the ank and the log gave away and I rolled on time child No ono was i n near the child but its mother who succeeded in removing the log Mr Ritchie is a son of Gabo Ritchie who WitS supposed to have been murdered by the Kluklux some time ago on Lots creek ellI5 cents etROUSSEAU M J Miller is moving to Floyd Crafts farm John Muncy is in haste to liuish- I C Calhouns housed Charley Sally son of N 11 Sally is on the sick list this wcot GnrtiolU Row is moving to Mrs Mary Backs farm on Pun Bowl brunch Irvine McDaniel is preparing to more to the Failview form near Rousseau ssJ E Lang and JaPugh drifted out their staves from Wolfe creek luring the tide Robert McIntosh has taken a job of delivering tics at the mouth eaof Quicksand for F P Crawford IsPeople hero are looking for money to be plenty hereafter as the recent title carried tummy logs and tics to market Rev Daniel Mclntosh 1 us n good plug horse that he wants to trade fornny kind of cattle Ho only stwants 35 If you want him come now tmthdit bo in tho end of this world the Son of Man shall send forth His angels and they shall gather out of Ills kingdom all timings that offend sail them which do iniquity glocerdIt has been estimated by close observers that store titan three hundred rafts passed Jackson during tho recent tide This added logsnim1iI cate we soon of money coining into our section The booms at Jackson are well filled with logs a suflicicncy it seems to keep the mills running during the coming season I jOIIUItCII ANNOlXCKMKXTS VKKSIIYTIIIUAN nilUItCII Pastor VmV Powell Services every Sabbath ltl1 a m and 7 p in Sabbath school at 945 a m Prayer meeting every Wednesday at 7 p m HA1TIST IHUItOir Pastor Rev R L linker Services first and third Sundays in each month at 11 a in unit 7 p Bnl Y P U meets each Sun night at G p m Services next Sunday morning and night A cordial invitation is extended to every one to attend 31 K CIIUKCII KOUTir Pastor William T Mprphis Services every Sabbath at 1111 m and 7 p in Sunday school 030 a m First Sunday Missionary day Epworth League 330 p m Missionary program lost Sun day of every month Meeting of the Council immediately proceed time regular business meeting tho last Friday night of every mouth Midweek prayer service Wed nesday nt 7 p III 0Every store in town Grccntt ell 5 cents e CIXOIVXATI STOCK MAIMCKT CINCINNATI March 1C Heavy steers choice to extra 5 10 toi 5 25 fair to good 4125 to I 5H oxen 2 25 to 1 50 butcher steers extra 5 10 to 5 25 good to choice 4115 to 5 DO common to fair 3 00 to 1 25 heifers extra 41 50 to 1 75 good to choice 1 10 to 4 65 com mon to fair 1 50 to 3 15 cows extra 100 good to choice C7 25 to 85 common to fair St 50 to 3 15 Calves common mid large 3 00 G 25 fair to good light 5 50 to G 25 choice to extra G 50 to G 75 Hogs good to choice butchers 5 25 to 5 30 mixed packers 5 10 to 520 common to choice henry fut sows 4125 to 4 75 stags Ci to 75 pigs 110 pounds nail less 4 40 to 1 75 Sheep extra 5 50 good to choice 5 to 5 10 common to fair 3 25 to 4 90 yearlings 5ji5 to G 50 Spring lambs the second lot on sale this year weighing 34 to 45 Ihs sold from 10 to 12 50 Bee S D Fleenor for bargains In clock A floe 8 day mantle clock for 160 Others sell the sane clock for 2BO trilStt wi r t FOUNTAIN PENS Make SiOOT0 s5s250 Everyone FULLY- GlARAN1EEl to givo entire satisfac tion HEINTZ JEWELER K Main Street Opp Phmni- xLEINGlON KY FOUNTAINPENS REPAIRED ouSPECIAL ONE WAY COLONIST RATES TO Till yestfNortllnest und CnlifolninYIA Southern Railway March 1st to May luth timid Stp tember 15th to October 31st inclusive FROM LEXINGTON 3G40 3790 3900 4040 Best To llflenn Unite Ann coiulrt Mtiminln null iimnjr ollerlntenmMllntp pulnif To Spokane Washington null man other itiler llietllnm point To Sun Krniicl co Sucre inpnlo Tot Angcle San DlejM nod nil point In U ifiriiln AIM tn 1luo tllx and Preccott Ari zunr and liilorineiUiTlf point To Iorllnrd Oregon Tacoma WnililiiKton Seal tit UnililntJtnilYiiiiciui v r It U Victoria 15 J nod sunny other 1VnshingtnnOregon Illllllllll Time Southern Unlhvay nHer the very beet and nuut cuiiVPliknt ched ulfs from LexiiiKnii and 111111111 + tn points Wen Northwest and In Culi urn In 1 wo trllllllInlly from IrXinglon to St without the ineonvcnlcnue of nchangHor cars FltlfoIUWrINlNGtrains Wrfte fur liifonimtloi- iT AV CllBWS T 1 A Lexington Ivy C II IIITNGKHKOUI D Pd Louisville Ivy un A I Watches FOR I I CLOCKSSilverware Silver Novelties and nil kinds of first class Jewelry cull on S D FLEENOR f JEWELER AND OPTICIAN JACKSON KY Hit Kick Towne I understand ho married n cold million dollars plaining to thaw out anyof it Philadel phia Press Out of the Common He has really written a very ref workable novel respectIt to dram atize itDoston Herald V DAY EROS f u COMPANY JIW Wholesale and Retail ljrhave the most complete stock n GENERAL I Ever g lof 111t1JI I MERCHANDISEWTe t line of shoes lit East ern Kentucky Our mens shoos lire of the latest style For the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy nillinery GoodsDepartment is under the man agement of Miss Nettie Combs who f can show youIThe Latest t direct from New York City Also j FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS r I In all FreslifromIf you need any House Furnishings or FURNITURE Wo are the people you are looking for we have it by tai loads to suit ievery body j Come and see us our t w 111111111 I I II I II IIIIIII 111 IIIIIIIII 11111111111111IIsrluuluuII1nIIIIII1lullIIIIIBii111111llllh Prices Are All Right 1UI + + + 1111111 n I I u DAY BROS H COMPANY jis idtJp K PtuckC 7 Jf 1ft t d ti- i I 1 t The Breathitt News iUhIlHIWIIItW Irlday I 1 hun c Local and Personal p Moen yell for men women and cliililrcn f ca- liW Jr UM Osborn wont to Irving ton Tuesday on business w f Stop with Hart BIo nt Heed hotel when in Lexington H II Bradley of Lambric was hero Tuesday attending cour- tllet1 11 N Arrowood of Ca- Y floe was hero on Imslncaa Tuesday t tt Miss Lilllu Hurst visited him 4 4- li8iiio at Pcartreo during the past week k JmnJbichF Court f ls H Mann ttndwife of Moun attendingrCtn Miss Kiln Knsh is spending this week visiting friends nt Hazel Ii Grqen r Olicrtioflico Tuesday 1 Howard Duvull left Saturday for Lexington to spend H foes days to visiting his homo w Jnmcs H U bolls erecting a ifbw building and will tnovo to it whim completed John Watts went to louisville I tho first of tho week to buy his Spring stoclc of geode Mrs Samuel 1at ton of Rons sums has boon visiting her laugh terllrs1 R SturdivnnU Miss Cora Moon was api ointcd examiner to take depositions with liar once nt her fathers Jamas L vMQQre residence Miss Millie Ely who lUll been Il I da vjsiting relatives here for the past t j- weok returned to her liottin in Volf county Thiirsduy f Tho spring sunshine will be brighter and your unities happier yifnu will do yoim t trading with t NOIIIH C Nnnii Judge S P Stamper and ex Sheritr J ilunesof Realty ville WIItI Ill istClass Photographs by TholllpsonIollse tike has pur chased n firstclass new photo graphing outfit Two hundred and sixtylivet- honsund poople have paid SlfiO m for Kbon Holden Wo nro giving storyip Rhodes Ilnllof Corlland wits hero on business Wednesday He reported that Uncle lames Sandlin killed n bear lust week and enter leis friends on beta meat r Merchants interested in the prices of Meals and Lards and having produce to scllwill do well to call up Noble Noble KyI I Matt Sloan tins bought till bar Ibm shop in Iho poslollico building of Charlie Scott Kondrick Wil rf Hams tins leased tho steno from Sloan Mr Scott will go to n hos pital to have his foot treated ofj10 ill Peweo Valley camo up Tuesday l on n business trip returning Wed nesday morning He seems to bo t much improved in health but he prefers his work here and willre turn some tulle in May to take up 1 his missionary work in this county q t Janus Russell of Clay Hole I J turned Tuesday from a trip dlwnl Jlu river While at ie0 somo man unknown to him aCfaeked hint in a saloon entnndlwuisldiI tifijmy 1 Jlill soon iiwl al tjgutiontauili4cfut s- r SJohn Inn wio hai lijn en I gaged in stone masonry and can u fracVmghiro forlhe past ten yiiirs jXft yesterday with his fancily to elcjltt ness here having accumulated quite n sum of money His manyj friends hero regret to ice him leave w 1 i I l sit f r k n n The Sick Miss Bertha Drako has been o n the sick list for some lays past Srannis Hack has been very ill for several days with u scvom ut lack bf grippe- MiiKIonnio Stidham who has been on the sick lint for somo time is getting much holler dipt John Pickard who has been sick for some time with grippe huts about recovered Bedford llowman is very sick ut his homo near Athol of pneumonia fever Ho hind been attending school nt Jleattyvillo until ho was compelled to conic homo on ac count of sickness Ho is a son of Matt Bowman and is n young man of much promise We sincerely hope he will recover Wonderful Mining at llunltst I Church Rev U W Shepherd pastor of the Mist Baptist church of Rich niond Ky assisted Pastor Baker in a ten days meeting which re suited in 43 additions to the Bap tist church 41 of then by bap tism llev Shepherd is a fearless gospel preacher and everybody speaks in high terms of his preaching The pastor announced Wed nesday night hat he would bap tixe M candidates next Sunday if they are all ready Sunday will ho a great lay with tho Baptist people The Baptist church sinco the first of last May has hind phenom enal success receiving in nil 127 membersPastor Baknr will deliver n ser mon to the candidates on Sunday morning on Scriptural Baptism mid at night on n Scriptural lords Supper An Excellent Jlnslcnlo The recital given by Hiss Ray ill tho college chapel on Friday ovoning last was 0110 of the most successfulIllrurllt of thn kind known in the history of the insti tuition withstanding the fact that the appointment for the re vital hind been previously Inferred on account of illness all those whose moires appeared on tho pro gramme were present andre sponded to duly with the excel thou of Mrs Cliarhw J Dickson who could not bo in town bit that evening Promptly a I eight oclock flu chapel was well filled withali anxious mud respectful audience surd for about two hours thjjy were held almost enchanted by delight ful music and song To follow in detail the rendition of each part of the programme would be doing more justice to the occasion and to each individual who participated but let it be said that tho school aril the town art to be congratulated upon having such an able instructor in music time excellence manifested by those receiving her instructions in the skillful rendition of instrumental music and tho cultivation of the voice clearly continuing this Writ Honied Tho Court of Appeals denied tho writ of prohibition in thin case of Hargis c vs Watts Parker Circuit Judge of Fayctto county in an opinion handed down by Judge Ollcar last Friday J J Reagan Chief of Police of Lexington acme up with tho warrants Saturday and returned with Alex and James Hargis Monday thorn ing and upon their arrival at Lex ington went immediately to the jail Klbert Hurgls left on the afternoon train Monday and Kd Callahan left Tuesday morning anil gave themselves up to the jailer of Fayetto county They were all locked up in the same cell occupied by Caleb totters and Captain Davis when they wore first arrested for the assassination of Senator Joebel in IflOO Formal application for bail was made on Tuesday morning and the hearing set fur not Monday morn jug L T Iblin of this city was appointed special bailill l suns mon witnesses who arrived here Wednesday evening and is now engaged in the work John H Allen Commonwealths Attorney C J Bronslon or- flrrxillulon and A R Byrd and of Winchester art the prosecution while the defense is represented by Judge J H Morton George Hunt and Cv W Miller of Lexington and O HTollard and 1 J C Back of this place In tho even t they nro refused bail theyWill bo given a trial as soon as they cmi get ready My color js red Green well 5c r Lt Now Contractors Harrison Hall and Frank Mc iMcCarty have purchased of John Dean his tools materials etc on hand and will continue tho busi ness They have worked for soy eral years undo Mr Dean and ought to understand all the details of tho stone masonrybrtsiflo5- sCotuuorchil Salesmen Sam Young has accepted posi tion as trawling salesman for W 1C Bayless fruit dealer of Lox ington Lewis Cole has accepted posi tion as traveling salesman for G W Wainscotl of Winchester and Will furnish pop to dealers on the L S K and 0 K railroads TUB DKAVJI ItOLIi Phillip Noble colwho Wits sent to the asylum some time ago died in that institution at Lexing ton last week Mantes W Kdvards thou at his home in South Jackson last Tues day evening after nn illness of several weeks of a complication diseases but thoimmodiato cause of his death was heart failure Ho had been confined to his room for some time but had so fur recovered as to be nblo to cons over to town one day last week but was taken worse Sunday night anti never rat lied 110 had been n Justice of tho Penco here for three terms and during our administration as County Judge ho stood for nil the improvements Wo made IIe4avcs a wife and several children in rather destituto circumstances He was buried Vctlit lay ovoning by tho Masons in tho Snowden grave yard about two miles above town For Tnlon Revival There is a concert of action on tho part of the minisfors in all Kentucky towns to keep the spit itual tires burning that have been started in this and oilier countries Tho people generally nio thinking more seriously over the religious problem of life than in many veals Gait NKWS is glad to learn that a union revival meeting composed of nil tho churchos is being agi tated in Jackson and it rs bo hoped glycol goodmay result fl Ill it The ideawe are pleased to note of how muchcity church1 will reap front this great move anent is being relegated to till rear nail a noble feeling pushed to the front of how much good cut I do That should bo thin prevailing sentiment from every Godly turn and woman CIHCU1T COUIIT The grand jury was discharged last Friday niter returning about 85 indictments The case vs James Mann was moved to Wolfe county and tho ono against John D Turner was moved to Leo county The cose vs leo Combs was transferred to LT o county The regular juries were dis charged lost Monday morning The case vs lien Campbell was also transferred to Len county An indictment was recommend ed by thin grand jury but tho court awarded rule against James Hargis James Kdwards William Griffith hutch Burton James Johnson Green Honslcy lames Noblo J C B Allen and William Shepherd returnable to the first day of tho next term of this court to show cause if any why they shall not be lined and imprisoned for failing to prepare null build n suitable privy and failing to do their duty as such County Judge and Magistrates of Breathilt coun ty Two indictments were returned chargingihim with confederating several years ago Sum Jell wits indicted for arson claimed to have been committed shout sixteen yeas ago lobo Abncr nod John Smith were indicted for tho murder of James Cockrill t No indictments were returned either for tho assassination of Dr Cox or James B Marciim Court adjourned finally Tuesday evening Judge Riddle left for Frankfort to answer tho writ of prohibition sued out in limo Court of Appeals by Jailer James Boono of Clark county to prevent this court from fining him for fail fug to deliver Moses Feltncr to thin special bailiff of this court which was set for hearing on Thursday My size is largest Greenwcll 5c n 1I9awCash uloreIS NOW JiEADQrAUTKK- Spol BfIfAIJ15 Ifi EVSRY LINE and inv motto is Small Profits and f nick Sales r n r u 1 LOW RRiOES YES1 I HAVE THEn Lard 8c Bacon 8 cents Frash Meal 35 cents a sackt Shovel Plows 15 cents each whole Lines 10 cents a pair Package Coulee 10 cents ANl well just conic ltd sec for yourself much your dollars will buy at my store lIowt ore J R BLAKE cr CLEANI SWEEP SALEThe Followitjq prices are for cash or produce Iii ti SUITS 12 00 Suits now ip W 1100 iHI 10 00 r JlI S 00 6JI f 00 4t i in noou 8 d0 fi 00 tl 1- 4IEst 2 10 J SIlOE sT 00 Shoes now 4il X10 4 00 1 u rt fit n ro 21 0I O 250 4 1 1 L4QI 1I II1 2li 1 US MEN S 1AlS 8 00 hunts now t 1 081 2 BO v 1vl 2 00 u 140- 1i0 lit1 00 70 75 1 i 40 L VniUft SKIRTS 1 005kirtsnown OS- t 00 u 1113 2 nou tt 1 71 2 00 1 49 1 OQI 71 CUOCBIUES tolfee now1ttjcIo- mntoos Ieaehe Knuit permit Syrup gallon 110Wi tftlrJYeawt BOYs OI 1I19 now2 pairs closed Wo hanl for and square dealing and yery low prices will interest you roam got Como and entire wawtsxif Four dollars will five lucre Tryus Very respectfully C KELMANJACKSON BARGAIN HOUSE 5252S25iS252S2S25CS252525252525 5252 SHELY LITTLE Iii SlIELY Gv lITTLEDKAIKItS MARBLE AND GRA- NITEMonuments and Tombstones guaranteed Call prices and money by buying us- tiiS BAn PBRIB CBIDI JACKSON BREATHITT COUNTY rn 252S2S52S2S2S2S2S2525252S2Si5252S2525 ru h Heal Estate Deals A L Ilatrins huts sold house anti on tILt Main to Ivinncy 800 O L Itobcrts huts sold farm ho recently purchased on Cano Creek to Hiram Gross and will possession about April 1st IVIsouer ArreMiul Jeff Hversolo Hen Inlosli in Leo county and deliveVcd him to jailor here last Monday Mclnto was charged with rape anti escaped from jail hlstlo cember while awaiting trial solo arrested him while uoirij down the river a raft of 2 Ibs Arbueklos 17 buys Ibc ColFeo per cun ne Apph j or can 9c por cut tic Oc Tobacco a twists Utc i er tiltc MENS PANTS fi 00 Tante 19 J 00H 4 811 3 noU I 2 l9 UJIQ 1 11 911U 1 j1 BOO 1 40- i1IrI 06 1y r 1 SS I 4 rpSUITS i titrs0 Sliitsnow 2 21 a 00 1 08 2 0 I 1 74 2 o0 1 iJfl 10 LADIES SHOES IJ 00 Shoo 24 2 SO I H5 2 00 1 8J i 50 I 1 10 25 of Uubber Boots to be out at 1 00 are working your trade if sure to 1t buy your 113 do tin Workof 5r R M W H 11 SIAXUIArTUKKIW AM IX Satisfaction or write for save iron rn 2S5252 his lot street Carpenter for his Kivo arrested Mc the h hero Ever un logs 2fc HIIIIUIIS at the Insulate The people of Jackson will be given an opportunity on Friday evening March 21 to hear Prof Edward Saxon of tho department of elocution of Central University in an entertainment of readings and recitations at tho college chapel Prof Saxon is n graduate of tho Boston School of Oratory and is one of the nblest elocution ists in tho suite lie should bi given a largo audience as this is n 1110 privilege to be given a first class entertainment without charge Morning noon and night Green well So S cents sometimes Dual bad ones Green well never bad Aa I P P QFPWFOFb JPES BROPJIV F CYOKr r Laole beforeoj f 3ou Purchase I Say did you know wb had timejI c In JOWfl JVQU can spend monoanywhere but when it comes down to now nptodato plic giltll1glJul please the 1 customer and pleasure to soil klll of merchandise wo have it I j SHOE j It All niadd to lit wolf and woar well nobby and drossyand a9icheap n9 others soil old shopworn stuff It is not possible for any donor in tho country to offer bettor goods at tho same price Ask any lady in town whoro to buy your b Dress Goods and Notions I ft The verdict is unanimous I I Truly your friends A CRAWFORD COt t t I r Jfcntucty J Ir ILadies Fine Shoes I I G No Cut of Vamps iniS- a Courtneys Shoes iIon SALE IllA t A P Crawford Co p I FOR SALE Pure bred Golden Bronze Turkeys White Pekiii Ducks Cornish Indian Game and Single Comb Brown Leghorn Chickens Eggs for Hatching in season Place your orders early Our eggs are guar anteed to bo strictly fresh and front uell mated pure bred fowls PRIES Htt RiqiT IOVR ==M Hagms IV RY COUI FPTEs TOIWEST aqd VIA Southern Railway J fow round trip rates every lrl nml third TUKSIUY in each nioniliKUYOIIKAlONKVAY ANT JOUzU Tim I5ATKS March 21 April 4 and 18 p TWO TRAINS DAlCY IICTWKBX IKXINCiTON ANI sr LOUIS No change of Our VllKK K- KCUXINUOIlAtUCIS Only one clinime of care bulvvco- nIexliinton and the West VIA SOUrilKIJN HAlLWAY Write for Inrorinntliin- T W CltKV3 T P A lit K Mnln St LEXISOTOSKY W H Henderson Ayre Street Oj p Pole Offi1l JIoXI mON RY- JHIlm I Grain Seeds Feed Whont Rye Hailny OnU and Corn Guava riinniliy Mlllft Kentucky Hint Grn Orchard Urns Inncnrinn Hay Straw Hill Feed Jf Iya es1UPTONOW Prmtijig THE NKWS has added new faces of typo to its job dcIpat lntont anti is prepared to do printing of evorv descrip tion tho way it bo done such as LKTTIfR IEA6S7ftENVELOPES HILL IIKADS STATE fl N7S SHIPPING TAGS TIE RECEIPTS MINUTES CARDS LABELS cmCULAHSIINVITATIONS PROGRAMS ETo A neat joband a fair price always guaranteed Try us J if you want to be pleased WorlDoi eWl1Qq promised GUARDyour health busing riJIlE thou only Tho most Health Jul cereal preparation is flour nnti tho most Hour is TIANSFIRLDS BEST PATENT A X i- Mountain Lily Milled by water power from lima very Lest selected wheat on purfcct Wo say MANSFIELDS is Iho finest flour made lint wo dont expect you to lake our word for it Wo DO ask you however to try just ono suck Wo know it will bo enough to make you a firm fast friend of M1 NSF1ELTFLOUR ffiuy from your Srocoryman U C HANSFIKID G SUN I 0 ROSSLYN KYrr f 4 HOTBED FRUIT AGAIN Souse Bond ScZemeWhir Not Try One of Them Till Scnxmf A very practical liotlHil may be con Ktructml for use In u small Riinle The bed should lIu placed In the south or southeast skin of a fence or building I ivlicro It will be protected from north e Jwlnlls nUll recOlve the full direct rays of the sun Dig n trench eighteen Inches deep mill us wide nUll long as the Size of the bent desired lour by six feet Is usually sutllclent Make n frame of boards that will set In the north side leaving one toot above the surface of the ground and nouth side but six Inches above the ground- Cover the top with n sash C made with S by 10 glass Fill the bed with one foot of coarse horse manure which has been cured under SECTION OF HOTBED SUOWISO SOIL and forked over n number of times t Insure Its being of the sumo fimene- sthroughout Tramp down solidly on the bottom of the bed and putting on the sash allow It to remain about tour days until the bed heats anti again c cools to 00 degrees Then put In six Inches of rich soil n Sandy loam Id best but a clay soil with sand added and mixed may be used Do not pack the soil firmly but allow It to remat- in n loose open layer Again cover th bed and allow It to remain u day cr two until the soil Is thoroughly wart n ed and the temperature even 1lan- the seed In rows four to six lucb apart Cover lightly and water tho oughlyIn a bed of this kind give It till the sun possible and when the sun falls directly upon the sushi raise one edge n few itches to allow the alto r change Avoid allowing the cold air to blow directly upon the plants Water heavily rather thou frequently soaking the ground at least once n surfaiquently and do not allow It to bake into n hard cake Keep It loose enough for the tender plants to push through the surface Some plants require more heat than others and the bed must be kept more closely covered Lettuce radishes and cucumbers require about 155 to 85 Ggrees while tomatoes melons should be kept at a higher temperaa tureIPeople who want just a few plants for the early homo garden without the trouble of a hotbed such as the forego AgricultufT the same source portrayed In the se- A ond cut This simple arrangement kept within doors 5 Make a box of one Inch hoards six inches deep two and n half feet wide anti four feet long with a tight matched bottom At one corner bore a hole for drainage Pill this box wit four Inches o f mellow rich soil Jf necessary stir some fertilizer with It before It is put Into the box Settle the soil by shaking removing all i A FORCING TRAY IN lumps nnd waste POSITION mutter and cot er the surface smoothly with about a such of fine sand Water the soli thor oughly by sprinkling the surface withI n tine spray using care not to wash f out the sand Place the box before n window upon a frame wade of two Inch pieces Al low It to remain In the sun two or three days until the soil Is thoroughly worm then plant the seeds In rows about three inches apart nnd deep I enough to be below the layer of sand IieeiIenough to cause drainage water to run through the soil The temperature should not be allowed to fall below 1 that of the ordinary living room A Dinner Invitation After a hearty mealn dose of Kodnl r Dyspepsia Cire will IItI1erl an attack of Indigestion Kodol U a thorough h digettant anda guaranteed cure for Indigestion Dyspepsia Gas on thr liraallIl lesbus Ky says 11 eon testify to the efllnocy of Kodul in the cure of tqStomachTrouble I was afflicted with Trouble for fifteens years and e have taken six bottles of your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure which entirely cured me The six bottles were worth f 1000 to me Kodol lp ppla Cure will digest any quantity of all the wholesome food you want to rut while your stomach takes a rest recuperates and grows strong This wonderful preps ration Is justly entitled to nil of It s many remarkable cures Sold by M S CraIn Quarantine the eirronier Quarantine the newcomer Never place strange stock In your pens until thy have been kept separate for two weeks so that you way know If they are In a healthful condition By the Tonic ltouto The pills that act as n tonic nnd no as a drastic purge are DuWitts Llttl Early Milers They euro Headache Constipation Biliousness eto Early Risers are small easy to lake and easy I to IICta safe pill Mack Hamilton hotel clerk at Valley City N D soy Two bottles cured me of chronic con stipation Sold by MS Grain Greomvcll best seller in the world Scents I r- r I r r From Chicago every day March i to May 15 1905 to San Francisco rLos Angeles Santa Barbara Sacramento and many other points in California Tickets good in tourist sleeping cars Rate for double berth Chicago to San Francisco Los Angeles Santa Barbara Sacramento and manyother points in California q Through train service from Union Passenger Station Chicago via the 0Ch1cao Milwaukee St PaulA- ND e Union PacificSouthern Pacific Line If you arc thinking of such a trip this is your opportunity to make it at least expanse uHandsome book descriptive of California sent for six cents postage HOWELLtAgent BroadwayrCHICAGO ct Y i Complete information will be tent free on receipt of this coupon with blank lines filled I Coupon should cebe mailed today 1 A Desiiuctlvc FIre To draw the fire out of a burn or heal a cut without leaving n scar usr DeWitts Witch lintel Salve A spec Idc fur piles Get the genuine JL Tucker editor of the Hnrmonizer Centre Ala writer I hues used DeWItti Witch Hazel Salve in my- m family for Piles cutsand burns It U Euryton kyMS Oruln The Sitting urea Eggs Intended for early sitting should be gathered at least twice n tiny anti kept where there will be no danger of chilling Hens that want to sit early IIIn the spring are apt to be rather unrc I liable and should be allowed to become Ithoroughly started over u nest of china eggs before being Intrusted with n vat uable sitting When a hen really means business her skin feels hot anti fever deb and she usually sheds a few tenth ers from the breast Early sittings should not be more than the hen can very easily cover eleven or twelve b lug better than n larger number for Leos of average size llulld up tine 1lIest with plenty of straw filling with chuff to make n smoother surface ono d see that the curve toward the bottom is smooth BO that the eggs roll easily and cannot work Into corners Are You Engaged Engaged people should remember that niter marrlitge many qUllrl ell can be avoided by keeping their dlgen lions in good condition with Electric Hitters S A liniwn of llennetu tvine S 0 say For years my wile suffered intensely from dyspepsia complicated with n torpid liver until she lost her strength and vigor and become n mere wreck of her former self Then she tried Electric Hitters which helped her Rt once and Hnally made her entirely well She is now strung and healthy The Jackson Drug Co sells and guarantees them nt 50e a buttle cun Lowland longItvalwhich would not be suitable for fowls Old pasture Is best suited to their re quirements us they crop the grass very short tumid would likely destroy tho mustberange They are very manse feeders and will unit nearly anything In the shape of green food Although It Is de sirable to hatch early It Is out always advisable as It depends upon the ell mate anti location GoslingsIl grass and do riot thrive unless green food Is supplied when they cannot get ratTge Attacked By u Mob and bvalcn In a labor riot until cav prod with sons n Chicago street car conductor applied Hiicklens Arnica Salvo and was roan sound and well 1 I use It in my family writes G J Welch of Tekunsha lIch and find It perfect Simply great for cuU and DrugeThe Ilrnlrr A broiler Is a chicken of two pounds or under A spring chicken weighs from two to tour pounds A stewing Or roasting fowl weighs four or more pounds Itrollcrs are also known as barbecues and frying chickens Boyer in American Poultry Journal Grecmyell richest flavor Sc Name Street Address City State Probable Destination L t EGG BOUND HENS PcriulKInd Chick to Hun Together May lie the Cnune- Soinetlinos we have had trouble from hens becoming what Is called egg bound This is cnusttl by excess o fat constipation or an unusually Iarg size of the eggs Mr Valentine In Trib une Farmer gives till following treat meat for tits trouble which Is by no menus rare He says In Hlmpler curses the Injection of n little olive oil with Kcntle rubbing In a downward direction may be all that Is needed for the expulsion of the egg In more stubborn cases It Is to hold the posterior rClOIIIUcndedI relnUdjfoilousjy noted In extreme cases Home puncture the egg nnd remove It piecemeal using emollient nppllcatloni later It Is only In the case of valuable hints tint so much trouble Is worth while Ordinarily considering the liability to recurrence the best tiring to do Is to use the bird for tooth before sine geU really sick arks lost In an acute attack dropedoses threw times n thug Is recommend ed fur the help of thin tendency There are many manifestations of ovnrhin troubles or those of the egg duct which Heciii quIte frtiiklHh doubtless because wu do not understand their cause One season where I raised Ieghoms exclusively about one out of live of nil the pullets that laid early In the fall was egg bound arid most of them died Alt tho young ran together until six mouths old and to this I nt tribute the trouble It has never ap peared olnce after tints fashion although It might bu expected Hlucu the Drowns lay u very large egg for their size and the pullets fatten very easily but the eggs are uniform seldom an abnormal size Irliw AVIunliiir Illioilc Ulunil lied F h Sewell wriUr In Itellnble Poultry Journal front whth the Illus tration shown Is reproduced Raid Tho worlds fair brought together the best collection of llhode Island Reds that we have wen In the west the ma jority of the exhibit representing east ern yards The winning cockerel shown by Iloverdnlo Poultry Farm company Kctiie N H presented n very rich coherent bird remarkably even for a lied and almost the satire In uiuUrcol IlIIODIi ISLAND ran COCKKIIKL or as on the surface The long keel nnd substantial body were character istic of ono of tho main values lu thus breed that are claiming public favor I Now that the Rhode Island lleds ore recognized as a tttnndnnl breed wu may expect to see them more popular nt the shows and more widely bred on the farms where fowls are bred for prolltu ble market qualities Ask any irroccr Grcenwell Cc p ti I ICourt In a Railway Car ago when a train on tho Russian railway from Tashkent stopped at Tchormiioyo a well dress ed man hot into n carriage marked Xo Smoking Allowed nnd taking cige arette The other passengers polite 1 called his attention to the fact that ho was not in n smoking carriage but he pnidno heed to them anti went on smoking It so hap pened that one of the travelers was a justice of the peace who there ofI er was found guiltyand tined 50 rubles and ns would not give his name and declared that he had no ironer he was imprisoned in tho guards van until he paid the fine Out OH Cheap lie map well think he lies Jot off cheap win alter having contracted constipation or indigestion Is still nuke tn perfectly rsloro his health Noth tug Life llillstcertain curt fur bendnchp constipation etc 20a at The Jackson Drug Jo f guaranteed How Stories Grow Hi A to Mrs nlhat Mrs Xewcouier is BO fond of her chil dren Time other day when I called she was blowing soap bubbles with them through a common clay pipe Mrs B to Mrs OIhlt Mrs Newcomer is so funny Mrs A saw her amusing tho children with n common clay pipe Mrs C to Mrs Dlhat Mrs Newcomer smokes n common clay pipeMrs D to Mrs E1hat Mrs Newcpmer smokes a horrid pipe I dont see how OilY woman in her so ber senses could do that Mrs K to Mrs FThat Mrs Newcomer smokes a pipe and drinks awfully lake Finding Money Finding health Is like finding inane y so think those who are sick When you have a ciiugh cold sure throat or ml est irritation better net promptly like W 0 llnrber of Handy Level Vn lie says i hOld n terrible chest trou ble caused liy sun oka Hiid ciuil dues on my liinu hut titter finding nu relief in other remedies ltens Cure1 by Pr Kings New Discovery for Oinsinp liiui Coughs nod Colds Greatest +alH of any cough or lung medicine In the world At The Jacktun Drug Crl oOo and f100 guaranteed Trial but tIe free ISO TRADE MARKI ltnnmaytulckllSons stnctloonddenllat Handbook ou IatenU encyforaeeunngfatentPatents grctal notke without Ia the Scientific fltncricanA handsomely tln trmtd weekly IrBMt elr iclentldo Journal T rnn II a IL Bout Tiwtd altn MINiri Id3 Start Rlasl W Iff tYaabwtonDZk RAILROAD TABLES Lexington Unstern Ry LOOA L TIM K TA OLE Effective Oct 10th IBM Wet Pound No I NoJ Dally Daily Ex Sunday IJi Sunday AM IM I I V JnokFiin Ofi 25- I A K Junetlu 020 230 Heattjvllle Jun 720 326 Torrent 7 47 aA7 Natural ItrldRe 801 401 Stunton 828 130 Clay City 837 439 Winchester 923 n2 Ar Lexington 1010 005 East Bound NO4dllily KSunJIY lit Sunday M AM liv lexlncton 225 7AG Winchester 310 83 Clay City 3fiO- Slnntiiii It3 4 00 923 Natural llridRej 485 951 Torrent 449 IOOH Hrattyvillx Jim 511 hUm OoKJllnc 011 110 Ar Jackson 015 1130 No 3 and 4 nuke olo n connection for Cannpl City and polnta on Ohio A Kentucky Hallway Division dally except Sunday Nos 1111112 connect at I K Juno thin with Chesapeake A Ohio for Mt SterlliiR aivl local pointi- Trefns Nce 1 A 2 connect at Jleaity villa Junction with L A A for Butt V Ill J iL nR Gen Mgr Cuts SCOTT 01 A O K It Y Effective Slay 22ml 1KM Eat Round West Round STATIONS AM AR IM AR AM IV IM 17 030 235 Jarkion ItsJO 300 025 330 O AK Juno 1128 3 3A 843 l58 Wlllinrat 1152 417 fisSO 152 Hampton ll5S 4tfO 750 128 Lee City h22 610 741 122 llclecliawa 1228 518 716V 105 Oaiinel Ulty 1245 515 AJf IV rib IV IM Alt IM AR U e tbourd passenger Train connect at O A K Junction with train which leaves Lexington at 740 HII- Illaslbound Pass nger Train connects at UtF K Junction with train which arrives at Winchester 620 and Let ington at 605 m M L COXLET Supt Louisville Atlantic Ry In eftVct July ISlh 1001 Arrive Nog Le- uIU No A 6I Stations 015 I A K J ckin 0 25 505 JlIIIIlvilll Jet 7 30 450 llealtyvllle 7 41j 430 Ileidelburg 80 312 Irvine 02 215 Itlchmond 10 20 SCl21I1155 810 Richmond 3 43 n 00 I 1124 7 40 Valley View 4 15 6 14 II 00 710 Xtchiiliifvlll 1 41 0 M 10 16 031 VerMllle 535 755 740 350 LniiUvillu 8 Hi 1040 Lv Iv Ar Ar II It Smith 0 FA PA 1ervailles Ky q 1ILUH GRASS TRACTION CO Georgetown nnd Lexington Trac tion Company Curs Inve Lexington fur Paris every hour from On niti 7 p in and at 9 p in Leave Parts every hour front 7 a in to 8 p in and at 10 p in Single Tarn 40 cents Leave Lexington fir Georgetown ev cry hair frunm 7at r to 1 p in except 11 a m 1 p in 8 r in uiid 1C p in Leave Oenrjeliiwn ry hour from I- iam to 10 p m except 1 n in 12 in and 7 and 0 p in Y ALKXANDKU President + FAUN roil SAils irOncrec 2 miles south of Indian Field known as n part of the Indian Old Field A house with 7 rooms nlnterii nt the dour with all the cither necessary out buildings ono stuck hint urn tobacco burn stilllclent to hold 4 acres of tnbaccii Churches nnd school convenient The farm Is well watered and fenced There Is a nice young orchard of something over 100 apple tree In bearing selected fruit call on or address me at Indian Ioldll- Ky G W ALIGX B I have several hundred deeds re corded during my term cif nlllcn ns Clerk Those are vnlimbln to wouldbeand take them out J Wise HiRlns a = I Hero We Are f The Celebrated HANAN SHOEs The Host on Earth PRICE OOO R 1C E For Sale By DAY BROSOOJaekgog IC1tUQI- yI IiiIo zaa JACKSON AmJackson Kentucky 8 Paid up Capital and Surplus 2050000 e e Wo solicit tho Bunking Business and acouunts of m Lumber Manufacturers1 Ii Timber Dealers Business Men IDMerchunts e r w Throughout Eastern Kontuoky and oiTor our Ouatoinura mm tho most LIBERAL TERIV1E3 O Within the limits of legitimate business COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY J S 2Sa5ESKaSHS2S2SHSaSdSH5HSaSHSHSaSHS2S5HHSaS3tJeL5a u 1 N oON N N N jiosecure tho bost results for your money advertise iin thoI iJreathitt County fc- Uho J host medium by which m to roach all tho mountain l trade V J Uwico the Circulation of Jl I f any pajor in ffiroathitt =N N JlEDUCAIIONliSt I fcXl the l young man or young woman who would win success in life Tus being conceded it is of first importance to get your training at the school that stands in the Very front rank The Bryant Stratton Business College N E Corner Second nnd Walnut Sta IOUISVIMH KY Bookkeeping Shorthand cleglnphri Seven experienced teachers Pack ono n specialist in his line Write for n beautiful hook uiviiif testimonials froth trnitluatos oceti pviiiu proiniiicnt positions till over the United Slates it will be inail 01 to you PIIBK t School open nil oho year Students can enter nl any time U J WRIGHT President 6 nmupu UKSl IIOTKI IXTIIK FUEB 1UJS TO and KKOM ell Y DElOI1 ARLINGTON HOTEL Ji S S TAULBEE PROP JAOKSON KY GOOD LIVERY 3TADLE IN FIRST OLA33 SAMPLE CONNECTION ROOMS bl Kod0lDYSPEPSIA CURE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATTill S 100 bottl contilni 2H tltnti th Wit site which Milt for 50 cmttl ratPAD ONLY AT Till UllOlATOtr Or b E C DeWITT Ac COMPANY CHICAQO ILL Por Sale by M S GRAIN Jackson Ky i i tic i v t- l iS +