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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, March 24, 1905. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1905 bre1905032401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Breathitt County news: n. Friday, March 24, 1905. Breathitt County news. J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1905 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. tl 1 4i F ji I r- r It BREATHITl COUNTYl E Sf r == = = = J =J YisKsJUAuiN8 Editor null Pulilibliur A NIWSIAIm EVOTKI TO TIIK JNTKKKSTS OF EASTKUN KKN UCKV OKR DOLLAR Ptn YEAR m Any U CI == = Volume IV Jackson Kentucky Friday March 24 1905 Number 23 Wwill iiccopt lulvorlisutrUiits on u guaranty that our pnper lists more than twlco the circulation in JJreUlhitt County of any pupor publialliN Our paper goes to ov ury post ollluo in ferry County and almost ovary ono ill Leo Mu gollln Owaloy WolftS lull Knoll Counties If you want to roach the inoun tiiin trade trynn ad ill tllo UICKATII lIT COUMTV Ne- wsPRICES POR w LOWERQuillljr ttatUtni Ill uyNkr Needles Oil Repairs FOR AU MAKES AT SINGER STORE Noodles fica Package Southeast rornor Main nUll liroadwuv Sheets JACKSON KY a BUY THE 1 NEtr Before You PurchaM Any Othtr writ THE nw HOME SEWING MACHINE COMPANY OPIAhOK MANw Many Swing Utchlntt art mad to toll rtvtrd JCTI of awls but the u Xiw Ilunio U mad to war Our guaranty ntitt runt out 1 W make Sewing MichhiH to wet all conJUIonl et thtrdl The xw llouir Undl aUh bead tall ItIahXradrfam4i sewing macldns Null by uulliurliiHl ilintrr only rot BALe OX James M Richardson Co- Ciuuenil Agents Electric Hdc CMJVULAXl 0 Wanted k Ono riinuiand nest nnd Women In pan lhn ChI Service Kxaiimiatloo fur the folloniiiK Unlled atnloi Clnvirn mriit poiltion + NAME OF POSltlCN leiartiiiiriit Untticli Age Ihplt ell uml over Ulerk Male or Frmale Stenographer MillIIr Female Stenogrniherjuid Tyj twriler Male r Female llonkkeepar Indoor Feinaltt Rnllway Mall Clerk Ace IR to 3T- iTagRBr W and near Custom lloiiso Hrtincli Age IJiult 2o and nver Pay Inspector Clerk Mhle or Female AiaUtalit Uelglier lei t IIJlr- J Sampler Interim KQVI IIIIO llrnncli Ago Iliult 1M mill over Ulerk CUuger Storekeeper PtmtOIIIou Itrunili- Clurk Male or Female IR In 4C Clerk Carrier Forintilrnnnlion as to nqiiirenwnts itA UreiH 0 Idax69i Lexington Ky Ila a If ableht using STEVENS igtgduwuyoig dRIFLESu lLouting a STEVENSA t 7 tItnrwpnte + ialuatnly- ou UeTBehle kulJncaaoA WiaIJo HTBV11N3 we Alp dlauNwkLaoJaa11 amal e e r1II a m- trYNgauPaMarCAN Lit bOMUl Uul nrw ua allmllftpalll aluunLs IIUwp you funOmg ualll w Utlu Tr u 1IiNIIDJ STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL CO PO BOX 4001 j OHIOOPEC FALLS MASS USA 1VANT10A Ml- Whcro UIRI Imvo tliev Ion tothe little trirls With niUtirnl manners and natural curls Who love their dollies and like toys Anil talk of somclhin besides the boys 1 Little old women in plenty I find Mature in manners and old of mind Little old lifts who tall of their beaux II And vie with each other in stylish clothes Little old belles who at nine stud ten Aria sink of pleasure nnd tiredof Inc- hIlrenrtof travelof bulls anil fun And Hud no new thing under the sun Oncetn the beautiful long ajjo Some dear little children I used to leaner iris who were merry as lambs at play rind laughed anal frolicked tIll livoIony tiny They thought not at niluf the style of their clothes They never imagined that boys were beaux Other girly brothers and mates wore they Splendid fellows to help theta play Where have they none to If you should see One of them anywhere send her to me I would jrlve her a medal of purest gold To one of these dear little girls of ohl- With an innocent heart and nn open smile Who knows not the meaniu of lljif or style Klicn lloldon in this issue Pardon Came Too Inte Mrs Julia Howard of Siilyers vllle is deed Several years ago her hualmnd was sent tp the peni ttntinry She obtained a divorce tram hint hut said that if huevitr returned from the penitentiary situ would remarry Iiim Some time ago lio was parole stud settled in St Lottie and was gutting ready to join him thero to ho re married when thu fatal illness came on Mr Howard was sent for cane and remained with her to tho end Odd Names for Newspapers Tho names of Amerieau news ppora fUll 4 study in namcncla lure In Arkansas nro tho Buzz Saw Tlionlns Cat nnd tho lack Log California the Condor the Wnsp and tho Tomahawk i Colo ratio thin Kattler nntl Yesterday ami Today Iowa the Postal CnN the Ill it the Nucleus and the Firebrand Kentucky tho Hyden Thousands ttcVa thu Salt River Tiger the Iush tho bloomer Missouri thu Missing Link and thin Cyelono Nevada tho Rustier Oklahoma rejoices in tho Dintinr Hell and the Plain People South Dakota has a Plain Tnlkor In West Virginia is tutu Jrropreasi Me thesauri has the Crank and tlm Kntoring Wedge Goorgu Uainl aged 12 former cashier of tho Traders National Hank nod superintendent of tho Ml Sterling cold 11 ico and light plants died Monday at Mt Sterling of consumption In tho Deiiioiratic city primary at Winchester Tuesday the follow hag nominatioiH wore made Mayor W A Attersall Judge K I 11lIll1lon collector Mitchell CulnuM ehiofof police 1 1lar pn clerk H 15 Tracy asaessor It A Ctisky Not n patent medicine show lint u Kiude entertaimuent this Ieveniug at thollcge IUto rinilln hooey Minding heiilih in like llndinK money mi think thiSB hlllllIk When I ou have n cough cold core IIi ma I1r iliiM IniialliM holler net prumplly ile WOi Irtiber of Sandy Level Ya lln niij8 1 bid it lerrlhle chmt Iruu lair ouiHed by Fulttke soil east dust on my lungs hut sifter llndiiiR no relief in oilier reincdlenyl wna cure1 by Dr Kings Niw Discovery for Cuiuump tlon rough and Colds Greatest + HH nf any caagla or lung medlcIiiH in the world At The Jackson Drug Co 6 to ant tloo guaranteed Trial hut tie free 1 NO TIME TO MAKE MONEY ONLY TinE TO DO GOOD Wo reprint below an editorial which nPllOnrltI1 the Lexington Herald KHh concerning a ninn who is well known through out the State nnd who has given lifteen years of his lifts to His work in this county andvsutts to spend tho remainder of hitlup here 1Volutvu jest been visited by an angel and our olllco is n biigiiter place for tho visit lie did not much like nn angela Jittlo old mail bowed by the weight of years and unceasingloil andsite ri lice dressed in a Con federate uni form of greyhe is an unimpress ice at first sight lint of eachIts ho is the Kingdom of Heaven It has been our good fortune to know BOIIIO good men and many great IIIUIIWO want to hear loving tribute to our uti nitration for the simplehearted generous aelfBacrilicing hero has oath thh day brighter and world better to us by his visit wu never knew a better man in the eves of Mini who allseeing and all knowing judges greatness Ly Ills and nut byour standards wo do not beliuvetia greater planet or lived Jlis friendship ia oim wu inherited from our father whose friend ho was through sun shinu and storm for forty years It is n treasure which is both a burden and an inspiration u bur lion because wo recognize our mi worthinuja an inspiration in mak ing us strive to bo worthy He camu to BCO us heave trains on his way from Jackson to the Con federate Home at Peweo Valley where ho is Chaplain Hu told us of this trip to Ireathilt the pleas are thu peoplu there hind shown in seeing him thu joy it was to him to see them how they had given hint twenty dozen eggs ten pounds of twoyeaVOld tobacco nilIotllor 1I0rsorat youngest of whom must bo sixty years old Witl eyes sparkling glistening with love nnllientlillgf asm he told lion anxious lie was to get back to the mountain tD tho peoplo ho loved who loved him sad who he believed hu could serve JIo told how he hajpened to o to the Home how they had called him three times aunt he thought it might ho tho call Of duty and so hu had gUllooC how pleasant It was there when hu wont hu could out walk half n block now ho said hu walked four miles of what a good table they land whit delight he got from talking over tJn8 of the war with his old comrades Hut ho said he wanted to get back to the mountains that ho land been n scout through the war hind alwa a bees in front in lighting for the Stars aunt liars nod now lio want ed to be in front to stay in front till hu diet lighting for Jesus Christ To quote his simple phrase They pay mo more mon ey and I havo moro comfort and three good meals a dayat the Home butt theycan got plenty of preachers there nUll I hnvunt tin time to mako moueylWaist to do peoplo good nnd tryand make other peoplo comfortable No time to eta e uloleyno time tote comfortable himself I want todo people good surd make other pee plo comfortablo is not the world a better lace by the living and giving orsuch as that plain aim pit heroic old man who fought in tho vanguard for the Lost Causo and wants to keep in the vanguard of thu Lord Triumphant till he dies Yo our grati tudo for his friendship haul for the reason it is given A natural story on page 4 IMciiNimt anil llarnilfMS- Dont drug the stomncli In cure n Milnli One Minute Ooigh Cure cuts the mucus draws tint inflammation out of the throat lungs nail bronchial tubes henln soothes and cures A quirk euro for Croup sad Whooping Cough One Allnutn Cough Cure re ieves n cough in one miiiite because anmlJrlIEI 1300 Iavllle Coast Tickets on sale dally roan Chicago March tat to May 16th via this Chicago Union Iuciflc A NorthWfgtern Jlnl Correspondingly low tales rein nil points Dally personally conducted excur donetiarough without change to Sap Francisco los Angeles and Port land only 700 fur double berth Full particular on application to W D Kniakern P T M 0 4 W Ry Chicago w NOW FOR GRAFTING March at the North or When the Iravri llriclii It Vault Out OrnftliiK U uow In order on all fa vonible days Varieties of gruftlng nre iminy but cleft grafting rrpresenta tlo muthod coiumouly In uso for the graft IIIK of orchard trees where the old top CIEFT GRAFT loXCLxtr OnAKTIXO A wnw STUB Is to be removed during the course of a few years nnd u new one In to be grown In JU place The Ideal time for thus top grafting Is when the leaves are Just pushlni ogt for then the wounds of grafting heal rapidly Hut III practice If u large amount of work lit to be done It luiiy he ncceriHiiry to- beghl from one to two mouths earlier ami to continue nertTil weeks beyond the Ideal point of time The whole operation of cleft grafting appears clearly In the illustration utter Bath Icy Attacked Ili u Mob nits beaten in a luliiir i1in until cov erect with sores n dlilcagn street cni rondticlor ripplteiU Uuckleiis Arnica Salre and tens fo IL sound and well 4 I me U hi my faiiily writes G 1 Welch of IVkon hat ilicllnlill Had It perfect Simply Trent rill cuts nnd humus OnlySTxi at 1hu Jack on Drue Co ITJlC GARDEN KEYBOARD I I Set out fruit tree The sooner Irish potatoes are planted I the bettor Ieas of earliest vtirretles may Htlll be sown lu Motels for u Miccesslou- lleuns for a tall crot may be sown lu Manh Ta Iglilg + t iidrwnluu8leer- but u sand loiiiu sulW bust Strnwbf tries may still he set out and cleuu culture Is of paramount impor tanceIeppur plants Iron the frames are set out about the middle of March Tomato plants trauxplautcd from the frame to the open about the 15th of March take the risk of April frosty Mustard sown at Intervals of two weeks makes a nice salad crop How cucumber seed In lulls three or four foot apart using plenty of seed HO as to thin to five or six In the hill and when the plants have attained to two or three rough leaves thin egoist to about thrcu or four plants lu the hull Okra sown early on sods can be set nut lu March The eggplant Is most accommodat tug lu one respect It bears and ma hues fruit under n degree of dryness null heat that would be fatal to many other crops March frosts seldom kill fruit The state of the trots or vinos and the weather comtitloiiN are more to bo watched than the mouth Htlll It would bo n mild form of heresy to say that February and April ore not the months of fate to southern fruit crops So says II southern authority A DcHtiuctlvo Fire To draw the Ire out of a burn or heal a cut without leaving n scar us F DoWitts Witch Hazel Salve A spec Ifla tour piles GeL tile genuine J L Tuckej editor of the Harmomzer Centre Ala writes I have used DuXVilts witch Hazel Salve in mj family for Piles cuts and burns It II the best salvo on the market Ever y family should keep It on hand Sell by MS Craln LlkeftlIhthlwith the truck grower Is the Karly Spring an extremely early variety of the early Slat type of cabbage Its great attraction lies lu Its bolus a first rnE KAiiiiY sviiixo CAuoiax early tint cabbage a type very desir able on the market also its outer leaves arc small nail round so that It may be planted very close acts that commend It for the market gardener It Is of good quality nil early sure nUll hard header So oven before ma turing nud while still small It Is nn ex cellent cabbage See S D Fleenor for bargains It clock A tine 8 day mantle clock fu 100 Others tell the same clock fo r 1250 mlStf t BEGINS IN THIS ISSUE We have secured the serial rights to Irving Bachellers Great Novel Eben olden and will begin its publication So great has been the demand lor this book now in its 265th thousand that it seems unnecessary to more than mention the treat in store lor our readers e e- That it is One ol the Great Books of the Day isfreelyconceded Its great strength lies in its simplicity faithfulness to nature and its homely yet touching lessons of life Uncle Eb holds the sympathy and interest ofthe reader from beginning to end Dont Miss the First Installment OPENING CHATTER PAGE FOUR Ity tins Tonic Itmitu I The pills that net its n tunic said nut n n dralic purge Ira DrUititf Little Enily KUiM They cure Iteailnchp CniKtipatlon IHIiotisneiig do Early Ulser are small ray to inks and easy to acta anfw gilt Mack llainiltdll Intel clerk at Valley City N n nay Mewl bottles cured HIP of chronic eon itipatliHi Sold by M S Ornin = j EEL ECZI1 G BREEDERS tolulii la lie Conildrrrd lu latlu IIJ a Im tot Kurrl The keynote of success In uniting up n broedlng Lucia lit constitution No mat ter how goj l ones birds nosy be In the essential standnrd reiiilrenunts It they hove not the vigor and constitution which ncvouiiuny pcrfoct health dNup Iolitnient U certain to be the result writes II I AlienIn Reliable 1oultry JournalIn u breeding yard It should tar riinembored that good size heavy unite and u general appearance of licnllli denote vigor AUuuwledgc that the ancestors of the birds Helfctetl also posswsed this same size bone south gen cral good health almost Insures consti tutional hnrIt In Honm liiKlt respect the mule bird Is tiouiewliat faulty see that the fcnmlcri to IMS nialtil with him are mat faulty In the saute particular but better Htlll try stud select the en tire pen so that there will he no radical stilts on either side After the pen has been selected much depends upon the conditions under which they nre kept during the breed ing luiafloiu KOI no breeders place twclIor fifteen females with n with the American Imvtls this nay prove satisfactory but with lilack Langshuus I have found eight or ten to be productive of better results If the pen Is mated when the vrentb or Is still coM nnd curse contluement Is necessary It will be better not to at tempt to get extremely early chicks A high per cent of fertile eggs Is unusual when close confinement Is necessary although u scratching shed uml tile ex ercise tint follows Its use will take the place of a good yard run In some de greeOf the proper method of feeding few who have become successful fanciers are Ignorant Green fool either cab nil roots or clover Is a necessity If ono would have fertile eggs nnd of equal Importance Is some form of meat food Cleanliness U of the utmost Impor tance as u means of warding oft lib ease ail keeping without Impairment the constitutional vigor of the breeding birds Under such conditions even a novice will obtain results which If ob served closely and allowed to teach their lesson will snake continued work In tlui sumo direction Interesting and profitable Are You KngagiMl Engaged people should remember that after man Inge many quarrel Call be Voided by keeping their diges lions ngiod citndliiiMMvilli Electric Hitter S A Brown of Itcnnettf vllle S 0 says For yews my wife suffered intensely from dyspepsia complicated vHna torpid liver uptil shfl List her htrenglh nnd vigor became a mere wreck of her former self Then slat trlrd Flectrlo Hitter which helped her at once and finally mule her entirety well She is now strong and healthy The Jackson VrIlKCllu8ell and guarantees them ialunltlen Its a hummer Sob page 4 e I OUR BARGAIN LIST Sewn snit either cit list following far1 one year The louivI11ellerald weekly Tribune Farmer weekly Home it FarniitVviee a month The Sunny Souiii FOR8125 etherrsyear nnd The Weekly CourierJournal The Lrxingtnri4Cderweokly Atlanta Constitution weekly rou ianThe Jlreathttt CoiitHy News and either of the following tour one year rou vioor- e will send yon the Ilrealhltt County The Cincinnati lIllIlrer weekly The Commoner liryans paper roil 175 The Ilreathitt County News and either of the following for one year Ladir Home Journal The Delineator McCall Magazine or arty dollar magazine or duller week ly published in the United States FOIL 92OO The Krenthttt County News am The Kentucky Farmer and Breeder for one year FOll 92125 The llreathitt County News sad either of the following for one year The Dully Louisville Herald The Daily Ciieinnatl Iost 38 U Dollars io California AND THE Northwest FROM LOUISVILLE VIRTUE x- HEMDIERSON ROUTE OorrespondhJg low rates to Washington Oregon Ttnli Mon tails and mull iiiOiiwliiito points Tickets on sale daily up to an including May lu 1U05 Also Boecinl lioineseokers rates to the Wostand Southwest on certain dates If you contlinplato a trip as us for rules If you would travel I in comfort see that your ticket reads over tho Henderson Rout 0 between Louisvillunnd St Louis Free reclining Chan cars on nil of our St Louts trains Direct connectrons in St Louis union station with all lines to the Wt t and Southwest LJ IRWIN Oeiural Iiuenger Agent IOUI3YILLE KY W w r KIILTHi COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNC8 KingsNew PrimFSurest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNQ TKOUB LES or MONEY BACK mr p P SEWING MACHItEI by buying reliable h highs grade thllIing machine ISTROGEST GUARANTEE Machine Co RFIVinERP ILLINOIS Something New Valuable Tours x- oFLORIDA1ia 5oUUr1 Railway Anti Queeiut Crescent Router JZGo One WUUoturn Another Winter tourfiu tickets rood going via Ashfvlllrt through the Land or lUn Sky and beautiful sapphire country and returning Tin Atlanta and Chatta taonce our vice versa are now nil isle at fOV BATES floe uFlorlllft Iiinited solid train n train of finest Pullman Drawing Room Sleepers and veitlhuled coaohe with Dlnlne Car service leaves Lrxtng mn every morning via Queen A Cra t rent Route running through without change to Jacksonville via Chattanooga and Smilliprn Railway The Chicago and Florida Special he liinntng January pit conuiiting ur Drawing Rooin Sleeper Obiervatlou Cnr etc will leave Clnilnuatl very ening except Sunday ruuniug through solid at SI Anguitin via Jlinttationca said Woutlivrn Railway with Dining Cur kervlce enrunir- ihroiiflh Pullman Steeper in Jack Riinvllle from Cincinnati every evening viII Knoxville Asheville and fciavanali From Louisville count rlion with all or the abovu traltu U tUIIIIat Iaxing Uin by train of the Southern Railway For Land of the Sky book win ler linings Inkier rales tchirduUaor ollii r information nddrria U U AllGV 0 P IIUXQKRFOKn A 01 A Sou Ry I V A Sow tty St Louis Mo Ixiiiiiville Ky W C RiNKARi- asGPAQA C Route nincinnall O Your Heart When Your Heart Fails to Pump Your Blood Trouble Results Have you heart trouble You hare If you find It hard to breath alter walking up state txcrc lnif etc If you have pain In your Mt aid to cheat back or shoulder If you suffer from cold extremities pale face blue lips dry cough swollen ankles If you have filntlnr spells breast pang palpitation redness of the face discomfort In sleeping on one side The only scientific treatment for thla whole train of troubles U Dr Miles New Heart Cure Dr Mlles New Heart Cur If the prescription of a famous specialist whose treat success In treating obtI hisdscientific world The medicine will cure you We know It We want you to prove IL It tint bottle does not benefit your druggist will give you back your money- I haw tot several years suffered at times with I sot WI I could not sleep half the night 1bad hind to alt up on the aide of the lots of times to et breath Three of my brothers have otol of heart trOu bltp and I thought I was solas the same way nut about twp and a halt years ago I rot a about Miles New linnet Cure sad thought I wool4 try a fax bottles After using them I recovered nil nave had better healta since then than before for several years I tan heartily recommend them tOIla irlJE1UIT HUHT wCOI 1llaptbt ChuVch Hurt Jeans TrialFRaEPain PHI the New BelenUne Remedr for Pain Also Symptom Blink Our Specialist WIll your ca You whata wronantl bow to Ightutt Ne DR MILES ldiDICA ORtTQRU T IuutAltF M 4 liiio firoathitt Wows J WISE IIACIINS Editor tfrhlny March tij 1O05 PROFESSIONAL CAlmS = J WISE IIAGINSA- TTOhDEYA r LA IVs Office over PoilOHIce JACKSON KBXTCCKT All business tntruited to him I will leoelre prompt and careful at tendon = c = C =7 u 1 tnmmimmmmmnnmmmmiiiiijs L C ROARK 1 LAWYER 1 e JACKSON KENTUOKY j + Will practice 1n Hreatliitt lOll = Magoflln Counties E iIIUJJ1WU1WuUill W WUW111Ii r I f G AV FLEENOR A II IATTON FLUENOK NIIOXII j LJACKSON N1NNN11 1A wnmsI j ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE t We are authorized to announce V GRANT HOLLIDAY- at a a candidate fnr Representative from the 92d Legislative District composed of the cnnntiei of Rreaihltt Lee nnd JUgoflln subject to the action of thp- Uepuhllcal1luntl Ile are authorized to announce OKORGE W ARXETT as a candidate for Representative front the 9id Legislative district pom posed of the counties of Itrenthltt Lee and MaRollIn subject to thY action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce I JOHN 0 GRIFFITH as candidate fur Representative from the 92nd Legislative district composed of the counties of liresthitt Lee and Ingonln subject to the action of iii Republican party I FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to nnnouncn JOIN L STRONG ai a candldate fur Assessor of Rreathltt county subject to the action of the KB publican ports FOR SHERIFF- I am li cahdidniH for Sheriff of UrAathltt County at this coming No vember election RaEei CRAWrdnn Cope Uraiirh Ky ti FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce is LEWIS GROSS of ElkataiTBj as a Candidate for the offct bf Tailor of lireathilt county sub A ject to the action of the Republican 11rtrIIf you want n nice Country IiIgo to C Ilnddens Her A S Petrey of Hazard was a caller at our oflico today I W G Coldiron of Oakdale was here on business Monday J K Caudill of Stevenson was hereon business Monday Do you want to laugh Come to the entertainment to nigh t iOurnow story begins this week Jont miss itsBegin with the first chapter Logan Hack Jr of Robbins was hero Monday lie is probably the tallest man in this part of tin country being about 6 feet Cj incites in height andiveigltingove x200 pounds Ilium Farler of Karler Perry j count3rwas visiting his sister Mrs James Roberts last week xllc was on his way home from Louisville where he had been buy r ing his spring stock of goods j Matt Bowman of Atliol wns here Monday on his way home from a business trip in the upper+ part of the county He reports that his son Bedford who has hen sick for some time is very much improved t S S Tuulbee of Jackson pro prietor of the Arlington Hotel was in Irvine Thursday Mr s rTaulbee has been superintending the running of a large lot of saw logs on the recent tide and reports a i the loss of a considerable part of liis timber Irvine Herald J M llisncr anti Elijah Craft of Rousseau were here Tuesday They came with Mrs Canard of J MagoQin county Mr Uisners sis ter to consult a physician aboutf removing tumor from Mrs aids arm They decided that it r would bo better to go to Louis zyule to have the operation performed So she left here Wed nesdaymornipg for Louisville ac ompanied by Mr Craft SIIOOTINO AT HIVDMAX In Which Two Men 11ure FI tally Wounded After a dispute in n game of po kcr at Hindnmn Town Marshal I II Codwas probably fatally wounded anti Elliott Dyer is dying with six bullet wounds in his body The shooting was caused by Dyers resistance to arrest by Marshal Cody on a warmnt sworn out by Millard Thatcher Thatcher and Dyer were g poke when a dispute arose which ended in the former slashing the latter Tho warrant was placed in the hands of Marshal Cody wit summoned Ira Combs and Job Lyttle to assist him They pro ceeded to the home of Dyer am leveling their revolvers on him he appeared at the door order him to surrender Dyer snatchc- the revolver from tho hands of Combs WWII begun to tire Mar shnl Cody dashed into the house and Dyer tired He fellwith a bullet wound in his hip At thiS juncture Cody threw his revolver to Combs who opened lire on Dyer The first bullet from revolver felled Dyer but the tie uty continued to pour bullets in his body until the chambers o f the revolver were empty Dyer was shot in the head tl right shoulder in the back and in the neck After Marshal Cody had been taken to the physicians an effort was made to get Dyer from the house hut his wife bar ricaded the doors and stood guard over her dying husband with a Winchester rifle until site received assurances that she would not molested Entertainment nt College Tho entertainment to bo give n this evening in the College chapel by Prof Saxon will be the best off the kind ever presentedto a Jac son audience Prof Saxon hasut almost a national reputation anI he never fails to please If you want to spend n delightful hour dont miss hearing him arid the good music which will be rendered on that occasion Admission free The Man For the Place Judge Sr P Stamper of Bcnttv rule has announced as a candidate for County Attorney of Lee count subject to the nctipn of the lie publican party He was elected to that oflice in 1890 and served one term with credit to himselfI having accomplished great ties for the interests of the taxpayers of Lee county lie has also served one term as Police Judge of lien tyville MAKULUJKS j Tames Palmer and Miss Uebecca Allen both of Jetts Creek were mrrried Thursday Andrew Hudson and Miss Mar tha Jones both of Noble wei married last Thursday Thomas Watts Jr and Miss Martha Mullens both of Roost welt were married last Wednesday lied Shouse anti Miss Cordelia Brewer were nlirriedut the resi dence of the bride above town yesterday Mt Sterling Court Al out 1200 cattle on the mal- ket quality fair and prices unit Some good 1100 pound steers at 4jc but most of the sales at 3 7ri to 4 25 yearlings at 1 to 4 2f heifers 3 to 1I cows 2 to 3c There was quite a good crowd at the pens andn great ninny cattle were sold during the day Considering the market for fat stuff we think the prices today were high Mule trade was good and prices were strong Sixteen hand mare mules 32f to 350 15jmules at 300 to 32i 15 handtmules at 250 to S275 small mules 80 to 100 Horses were brisk antI prices strong Advocate Its a hummer Sec page 4 Lewis Gross of Elkatawn was visitor hero Wednesday I H Combs of Clay Hole was here on business Wednesday INntlum Miller of Clay Hole was Wednesday the guest of U Blake James Herald has the contract or excavating for the store room to be built by J li Blake Senator G T Faris of Lnncas ter was calling on our merchants Tuesday Ho also made a trip over the 0 Kreturningl Thursday r G01111ESPON1ENGK nuinsnv Doc Combs a I teen yearo boy son of Nick Combs who Was lrow11cIInenr hero during the last tide WitS not found until abo ten oclock Monday The nei + bors have been searching the river for about ten days anti he was found almost buried in the sand on the opposite side of the river about onehalf mile from where he was drowned An inquest was held after which the body was interred in the Combs Bend grave yard oTonu Sl- n William McIntosh spent Sunday 1wish friends at Clay City dCbde Kumfield was at Clay sdr a lady Frank and Douglas Kincaid spent Sunday at their home near Fincastle Miss Mayo Ki ncnitlor nest riah went to Jackson Saturday accept a position there shS Louisa Smith andsister vitoat Sunday ipJanes Bowman anti wife have removed from Xaclmriah to Cane hem he secured employment the mines J G Vandcrpool of White Oak was visiting his daughters Mrs Jesse Townsend and Mrs Henry Spencer during the first the week tosirs Rosa Belle Stamper re turned to her home at Campion Saturday after a visit to her child ren in the Odd Fellows Homo in texington Asocial was at sirs Bar kbaraTotrnsends on the 8th and William Whlsnmnson the 12th + 1in honor of Miss Mary Brenno man and Creed Whisman two Hael Greens highschool st dents The L E bridge carpenters are here busily at work rebuilding the passenger depot and freight warerooms They claim thwill not have the building ready for occupancy before the first of 1in The new depot will be 11 ttisticnll arranged and quits a credit to the 1J Eo Kailwny and the L Pa Hotel iispeople of the community on the evening of the 18th Everything went our smoothly and all in at tendance thoroughly enjoyed the social Over sixty boys and girls were there and among others wet e Misses Mattie Martha and Mai very Adams Celia and Martha Bush Amanda Gilley Maude Kin Speen cer an Madge rd lames Clifford and John Jones+ Jett Adams L D Mitchell James Profit Crate Cable Zer Jeff and lames Bush GAYS CKKKIC Gays Creek contemplates Tin increase in population soon George Burger is visiting h brotherinlaw Jacob West Nelsodn of Wharton were guest i of e West last week Chester and Bruce Dull of Chavies were visiting hers Satur day and Sunday Mrs 111 Evans has been con lined to the bed for her past three weeks with cold Lewis C Johnson anti Alfm Bowling of Shoal were guests of yo scribbler Saturday and Sunday Prof James M Loath of Asher was hers during the early part o last week still wild about the Jamestown exposition The latest arrival at the home of M K Bowling is a young manJ We have not learned his name lIe mule his advent into this world of sin and sorrow on the 13th inst The fun loving class will have fun whether or no They met at the home of John M Begley Sat urday night and hlltla real nice time The Doctor was not thetet o lie is too old to indulge in follies Ha has ha The lirst thing to mar the pro cee insrs of the morning was a serious accident to Louise the little daughter of Milton Boiling to children were out playing with an ax when one made a mis liclr truth cut Louises great toe off K Cnnnon Sandlin was joined MissIIIson James Sandling of this place anti tho bride is a daughter of Ned nndIIyou yours Cannon with prayers for your success and fortune along this vale of tsars Du KINO KVKUSOLK JJA Hose lots been visiting his sister at listen this week Miss Ollio SIIIof Booneville left last week for California where she expects to make her future home Arch Trendwhy was shot in the arm while on his way to Ford by some unknown person It was after drink anti ho was shot from the hank while running on tho river Your correspondent has just re turned from Ford nnd reports lo- Jnto be very low Some rafts went tons low as 20 a raft Robert Cal lahan succeeded in selling twenty four rafts fourteen for Si per ThlsitmThe following weddings have occurredsince our last report Uncle John Noble of Cow Crock Jettin noltls Mr Jett is the youngest son of II C Jett nnd the bride is n daughter of Henderson Hey nolds ofCAUlRev Nathan L Arrowood is slowly improving in health William J and John F Arro wood will preach on Cow Creek near Eversole April 8th and 9th John F Arrou nod anti William Wells will preach on liras Creek at the lower school house April 1st nnd 2nd ldcasetiuon part of the churches of Jackson in working up a union revival in those parts Lord revive us C1IUKCH ANNOITNCKMKNTS IUKStlYTKIMAX OHUIICII PowellISr at 11 n atrkn m every Wednesday at 7 p in Regular services at the Presby terian church Sunday morning and night Subject Baptism ns Taught and Practiced by Christ tad Isis Apostles A cordial invitation is siren to every one to come and hear the treasons of the Presbyte inn faith Bring your Bibles HAITIHT Miqitoir Pastor Rev R L Bilker Services first and third Sundays in each month at 1 1 n ntr anti 7 p m B Y P U meets such Sun night nt t5 p m i M K CHUUCH SOUTH Pastor William J Morphis Services evory Sabbath nt 11 n in and 7 p in Sunday school 1130 n in First Sunday Missionary pis tiny of every month Meeting of the Council immediately preceed the regular business meeting the lust Friday night of every month Midweek prayer service Wed nesday nt 7 p III Sunday March 25th morning theme The Essential and the Nonessential in Christianity John S 50- Evening themo How May I Know That I am Saved The Beattyville bank Inns been changed to a National bank and NationalfCINCINNATI STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI + March 2JCntUe Active light butchersstrong Fair to good shippers 4 50 to 5 50 butcher steers 515 com mon to fair Sa to 4 35 Hogs Market active generally toe higher Good to choice packers 5 50 common to choice heavy fat sows 4 35 to 4 90 light shippers 5 530 pigs 110 pounds and less 1 GO to 5 Sheep extra 5 25 good to choice 1 75 to 5 15 common to fair 3 to 4 C5 Lambs common to fair 5 25 710- Calves p good to choice 5 to 5cIcommon to rough 4 to 41csi j WEDDING PRESENTS OUR STOCK OF i Fine IIASH rf Solid Silverware y more complete than stett S llniulsoine Cut Glass Howls f large size 81 75 and upwards t K f- S Fine heavy Tumblers itte- andfc upwards i a Z I JlWEi1K MAIN ST OIM IIKKXI- XLKXINGTON KY xxxxxxxjijciix a SPECIAL ONE WAY COLONIST RATEST- O TIIK West Northwest and I California VI- ASouthern Railway March 1st to May 15thtimid Sep lumber luth to October lUst inclusive FROM LEXINGTON 3640 3790 3900 4040 To Helena Unite Ann conch II IIIIIIIIU many oh her liilerineiliale pointsSpukanetlaslrtrigtou mill runny other Inier metliVf points To San Krnncltco Sucre menU Los AiiKelix Sun liilo and nil polnif In- C liflllllK Alan til Hull nix nml Iretfcolt Arl zunr mul Inlernietllnte- Hllltt To Iortlnml Oregon To SattI ItlIKiInti In Un hlnKton Oregon mill HiUtah Co lumbia Thu Southern lUiltriy utters the very best mul mint uonvenleni tcheil nlei from Iexnjon mill IoiiUvlllf to CIifornla toatnrlianKMif cars FUELREOIININII i ruins Vrfte for Infonnntlon T W CUKS T P A KyCLouisville Kv ht It I Watches OLOOKSSilrorwnrc Silver Novelties mul nil kimlfl of lirst class Towel ry cull on S D FLEENORf JEWELER AND OPTICIAN JACKSON KY Exporting 3Domestic Theres a gentleman wants to see YOU on business rastcrrollask him to take a chair Domestic lies taking etalland the table too He conies from PhiladelphiaLedger His Specialty Whats his work in the establishment Oil he line to consider all the ap JOhCleveland Plain Dealer DAY BROS rt OOMPANYi t it Wholesale andRetail I j have the most complete stock pia GENERAL MERCHANDISE Ever brought to Jackson lonsIsting of DJ1rfj oods JI NJ = l fj oJt3ou1ii ilql lI JLJjtShW t T feSf Wo have the finest line of shoes in East ern Kentucky Our mens shoes are of the latest style For the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy flhllineryGbods I Department is under the man agement of Miss Nettie Combs who can show you The Latest Style Hats direct from New York City Also FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS In nil FreshfromIf you need any House Furnishings or FURNITURE Wo are the people you are looking foil we have it by car loads to suit r fJ A I1 Ii everybody Come and see us our-s uiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiirTiitiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Prices Are JUt Right t111111111111111111111111111 IIIIIUJI 11111 I I IIIIIIWIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIUlllllr J DAY BROS t t COMPANY J ackson Kentucky Ii t a 1 jjv 1t 1 e 1 a 1 ittThe Breathitt News jJl IuliliHucd Every Irldny F Local and plt Our now story begins with this r ISSt1U AItIkinds erf NEW VixiirrAiiua nt bullions re Stop with Hart pro at Heed hotgl when in Lexington I Mrs Tuulbort Hudson is very sick with throat trouble c Get your shirt of tho entertain anent to night It is free for you Attorney O W Kleenor is at tending court at llindiuiin this week Green V Williams of Steven Son urns here on business I listI Friday I lid you forget This is the l evening fur thistentertainment IIII College Miss Nancy Woolen has been visiting her brother K C Woolen ut Hazard Go to Clarence hidden if you watt to get Iho HKST BUTTKR n the market M S Crnin is repairing and making oilier improvements 011I the Imperial Hotel II L tales mnui NiII1ay 8 Co nl Frozen Creek was here Monday on business Hiss ilulia and Lydia Hays of Hobbins were visiting friends and relatives here this week I K Sopors little son cut his hand very badly on a piece of glass Dr lloggs dressed the wound r Tho cases that were transferred from the Hreuthitt Circuit Court lo Powell county hove been con tinued until till lime term 1 T Strele of Wolfe county has been in Jackson during the past week looking for u situation with the view of locating here John It Hays of Morgan conn y representing Marks Styx Co of Cincinnati lams been in Jackson during the past week soliciting for his firm First Chtss Photographs by Mrs H L Maker nt Thompson r Hoarding louse She hits pur chased a lirslchiss new photographing outfit Joseph oelIInel wife of Rousseau went to lintel preen lo I consult a doctor for Mrs Lovely She will probably stay at Swango Springy for awhile Hev 111 Morphis pastor of the Jackson Methodist church is attending the revival meeting at the Hill Street Methodist church at Lexington nnd has charge of the chorus choir Mrs J H Marcum anti tier beautiful daughter Imogene and her two interesting little boys 1 H and William left Monday morning for their home at Winchester after spending several weeks visiting here Mrs Earnest A Hornbrook I 110mIIinremoved to the Good Samaritan Hospital Her many friends in this city will be glad to know that I shies is much improved Lexington Leader I Alex Jackson nllliit H Neely whose trials were moved to Powell county on u change ofvenue were taken to Stanton Tuesday by Dell theirfgases as CtViinscript of the records did not get there in time W X Kubank of Kiddville was n emitter at Tin NUWH ollico Widnesduy He wits on his way to Leo county to look after the in 11 esliQr till log companies for ijwliomhe works Ho has almost 1 broken up tho log steaming ethic Kentucky river which IIlungII prevalenta few years ago M A Itobinsoh F Maer l Co 1lJlIesonlillgj 1 goods furnishing etc Lexington was here Tuesday call ing on our merchants This is tho only wholesale dry goods house in Lexington We do not see why other lines as well as groceries LCXilllltonjAll rM V r- F l r- t4 a IThocinnati Ohio willOpCII a branch music store in Jackson in the the Flccnor building corner of Main and Hroadway about April 1st for time sale of pianos organs music etc F B Kndicott of Cincinnati will be manager Miss ids Strong hits secured a position with them Removals Lawson Noble Jr who moved here in January moved back to Huckhorn lust Tuesday Emery Napier of Noble moved Tuesday into the house on Lincoln avenue recently vacated by Lnw son Noble J W Stidlmm has sold his farm near Roosevelt and moved to Jack son and lives in the house formerly occupied by Daniel Hadilix tho hill11r Stidlmm is one of our countys best citizens mind we welcome him lo our town mid hope that more of his kind will clxnlt Union Kovival lleglns April 14 Key Mr Holcomb the evangel ist who has been engaged to conduct the big union revival here in Jackson writes that he will he gin services April Mth Ho huts engaged the services of n singer who will be here two or three days earlier lo practice singing with the choir It is earnestly requested that all the singers in town meet at the Presbyterian church next Tuesday evening at 715 to prac ice thin songs Do not jvnit for n M rsonal invitation but come and help make the singing a special feature of the revival Harris tnso Not Concluded The court nt Lexington has been hearing proof on the motion of the llargises and Callahan for hail since Monday mum hand not con cluded as TUB Nuws goes to press Some very sensational testimony was hearth Mosts Feltner Mrs I H Marcum Alice White Jell Miiilh mind H J hven and others sravo very damaging testimony against some of the defendants cone against one and some against another Our space is too limited to give n detailed account of the evidence as it would take several pages of TIIK NKWS Hence wo will have to give only tho general results TIIK DKATII ROLL Mrs Polly White died at her homo near Hoosevelt lust Thurs day week of lagrippe She was the wife of lames White who was sent to tho asylum at Lexington a few days ago tike left a family of live children KxScnator William HTaulbee of Neola died last Saturday of pneumonia He was about 80 years old and had represented this district in the State Senate in the SOs 1r1 A Taulbee of our town is his son His funeral wits conducted Sunday after which his remains were buried in the family burying ground Cammillis Moran died at his fathers hone near Klkntawa Wednesday evening of pneumonia contracted while on a trip down the river He lives on Wolfe Creek near Rousseau but wits unable to get home getting to his fathers just nbout n week before ho died He was 23 years of age tutu loaves a wife and two children His remains were buried at the Cock rill grave yard about two miles below town Mrs Delia Harless died last Monday morning at tho home of her parents Mr and Mrs Join II Lovelace on Frozen Creek of lung trouble She had been sick for some time but came up last week from her home at Cannel City to visit her parents and on Sunday rode horseback to visit liar sister Mrs Hiram Ijiiwson On Monday morning she died sud hemorrhage She was Illenlof live years ago to Mr J K Ilarless who survives her Tho funeral was conducted residence h Rev tcIIlillnmains were buried in time fnmili burying ground Among those who attended from lucre were Mrs W It Hrndslmw Mrs Amelia Combs Misses lien Strong and Sarah Collier Ed L Teal of Enrnjcra Ky representing Dr T B Smith tho wellknown medicine man of Cynthinnii was u caller at TilE NEWS ofllce today Judgment Alllrmcd I ITime Court of Appeals last Fri the judgment of tho Harrison Circuit Court sentencing Tom White to tho penitentiary for life for tho murder of J H Mar cum hero oil May 4 1003 White has been sick and despondent since ho heard of tho decision He hits been in tho Covington jail for nearly two yetis A Double Wedding Miss Maud Ewen and Omer Gillum and Miss Mattie Ewen and Wecdcn Gillespie were mar vied last Wednesday morning at six ticinch at tho Ewen Hotel in South Jackson Rev Io+ vellof the Presbyterian church ollicia ting The brides ore the daughters of dipt and Mrs 11i Kwen and the grooms are in the employ of the L K Hailwny Company They left immediately after time ceremony for n weeks bridal tour after which they will be at home in Lexington Sabbath School Con vent Ion The Hreathitt County Sabbath School Convention will bo held in the town of Jackson on Saturday mil Sunday pril1st and 2nd ll 0r Each and every Sabbath school in the county is required and expected to send delegates us their representatives to report to the convention the state of the work and management in their school mind to rci oil to their school as r41l1liS possible time work done at the convention Each school is allowed two delegates for every t tntlie schol ars on their roll Provision is now being made among the homes in Jackson for time entertainment of time delegates The general public is cordially invited to attend at each session A special feature of the program printed in this issuo of THE NKWS is the highly interesting lecture to be given in time Chapel on Saturday evening on tho Holy Land by Prof E A Fox of Louisville Collections will be taken up on Sat unlay anti Sunday evenings to cover expenses and for State work W W POWELL President Mus S PETEIW Secretary Sabbath School Program The following is the program of the Hreathitt County Sabbath School Convention to be held April1st nnd 2nd 1005 KIUST SESSION 8ATUHOAV 2 1 M 11U8INKSS Devotional service led by Rev W J Morphis Address ofrelcomcIJ Y Hc wine Address by President Hev W W Powell limo Sabbaths School in Christ Hov HJ linker Statistical Heport and appointing of Nominating Committees atoll Call and Response by Dele gates lime Mission Sabbath School Hev K T Preston SECOND SESSION 8ATU11DAY 730 I 1tSTtHTAISIST- Dool ionll Services led by Rev DodgeGlimpses Palestine illustrated with stereopticon views Lecture by Prof K A Fox Ky General Secretary of time Kentucky Sabbath School Asso caution TIIIKI SESSION SUNDAY 930 A M Tho regular school sessions in each of the churches Principles applied in actual teaching and management 11 AI IENEUAI SESSION AT OIIAIEI Devotional Services led by Rev H IJUnktw Address tho Hiblo anti the Sab bath School Hev II II Sweets member of Executive Committee of Ky S S Association KOUItTH SESSION SUNDAY 2 1M CLASS W01JK Devotional led by Rev W W Powell Normal Class Prof Lukens Business Men and Hiblo Class Mr C C lIuhhartl- Qucstion Drawer EtcProf K A Fox How to Hold the Young Man Prof Girton KIKTIl SESSION SUNDAY 7 1 M Devotional led by Rev W J Morphis Nominatinge on o President The Sabbath Schools and Mis sions Mr H M Hopkins State Work Prof K A Fox W W POWELL President Mus S PETERS Secretary t THE LONG LOOKED FOR TIDE HAS COMEIlint n greater blessing tins per manently coma to Jackson viz J R BL8EES NEW CASH STORE J tomers they they thorn SATISFACTION bo fall in line amid receive thin pi tut blessing which means MONEY TO YOr Goods new and fresh Spring violets IN R BLAKE CLEAN SWEEP SALE The Following prices are for or MISNS SI ITS 12 00 uitsnow8 40 11 00 49 10 00u G4fl 8 00U 5 4 0 lOU 3 4f rloo 40 MKNS SIIOKS 5 00 Shoes now3I4 00 74 1i0I U 24 00U 198 r 1 74 00 1 49 150U 119 1 05 j8 NHNS ILY1S 8 00 Hats now 1 08 20 1 74 00 u 1 40 1 119 100 70 7iU 40 LADIES SKIRTS 1 00 Skirts now2 08 00I 1 58 fO 1 74 00U 1 40 1 00 70 you are mid square and low will you get and dollars will five szsz 2 5s sz szs DEALEItS Satisfaction and L1 by 22 19 Time of are called to in miss convention at tho house in tho town of April 3d 1905 for the purpose instructing delegates to tho convention to bo at Beattyvillo on Thursday April 1905 time of ft Republican candidate tho Legislative district com posed of of Leo and Magofiin A largo attendance is cordially requested to bo Jour C GHIFFITH Chairman C HURST Secretary Where everyone of myens will tell i van bu- yGOODS t CHEAPER theta bought before anywhere I 0 = THE STORE OF IJ = ns n t J Gash produce I 7 45 i 0 45 2 A 2 a 2 o 2 2 r0 a 2 2 county HENRY = CiROCKRItiS 2 Ibs Arhuckles circa 2nc 17 bags lSc Coffee now 13ic Tomatoes per can Oc Apples per can Oc Peaches tier can Oc Kraut per can 5c a twists lOc Syrup per gallon alc MENS PANTS 5 00 Pants now 3 49 4 00 2 30 lRd2 50 174- a 00 1 40 1 50 1 1 10 1 25U 58 r JJOYS SUITS 5tfl3 00 ik 1 08 2 50 1 74 I 2 00 1 39 1 50 1 19 LADIES SHOES 3 00 Sloes now2 24 2 50 18 2 00 1 M 1 50 1 10 25 pairs of Hubber Hoots to be closed out at 1 99 Wo working hnnl your trade if dealing vory prices interest we are anro to it Come buy your entim wants of us Four do the workof hero Trytts Tory respectfully C KELMANJACKSON BARGAIN HOUSE I s 2sz SrS2S2 R M SHELY W H LITTLE m 1 SHELY E LITT- LEs1 MOl ISIMARBLE AND GRA- NITEMonuments and Tombstones guaranteed Call or writu for prices save money haying froze us rn YKAUH EXPERIEZVCE BREATHITT COUNTY KENTUCKY SI lSEasErasSEsaHasEsasHSEsasssssESHSHSHsasESEsasasi ru Republican Muss Meeting Republicans Breathitt hereby meet court Jackson on Monday of district held Cth for purpose nom inating for 92nd the counties Breathilt present over Tobacco for Heating Closes With llaptlKlng The protracted meeting at the Baptist church closed on lust Friday evening and as a result there were more than forty conversions Twenty tluee of these were bap tiled in tho Kentucky river near the bridge Sunday afternoon by theIhundred people who gathered on either bank of the river and on the bridge FOUND One bunch of keys Call on i J S PEMHEKTON Jackson Ky fh t p p cRAWFORD jpes BROP V P F CYO 16 Look2ofore Q ou 9urchase Say did you know we had the ICET LINE OF OOD5 II JOUfl You can spend money anywhere but when it comes down to now uptodnto right priced giltedged value please the customer and pleasure to sell kind of merchandise we have it ==SHOESAll made to lit well and wear wollnohh and dressynud as cheap as others soil old shop worn stuff It ia not possible for our dolor in time country to offer hotter goods nt time same price Ask any lady in town whero to buy your Dress Goods and Notions The verdict is unanimous Truly your friends A1 PiORAWFORD 00 r i nlucky II Ladies Fine Shoes II 1 t No Cut of Vamps in Courtneys Shoes rOIt SALE BY A P Crawford Co I FOR SALEI Pure bred Golden Bronze Turkeys White Pekin Ducks Cornish Indian Game niut Single Comb Brown Leghorn ChickensEggs for Hatching in season Place your orders early Our eggs are guar anteed to be strictly fresh aria from wellmated pure bred fowls ouR PRIES PRE RIQaT M M Hagins JEitY cow RATES TO WEST aqd som5tiUJE8T VIA Southern Railway row round trip rates every first end thin TUESDAY in ench month VKHY Coral ONE WAY AND KOUNI TIJIP ItVTES March 21 April 4 and 18 TWO TRAINS DAILY IIKTWKKN LEXINGTON AND ST LOUIS ten change of nn KKEK UE mlNIN Ii 011 A lit CARS Only one chunuH nf ears between L xiniton nnd time Yet VIA SOUrilEIlN HAIl WAY terW- rite for information T W OlfEWS T P A 111 E Main t LEXINGTON Kv W H Henderson Ayres Street Oj p Pont Odbr LEXINGTON KY DKALKU IN Grails Seeds Feed Wlient Uyi Harley Oats and Corn Ulnver Iimoiliy Millet Kentucky Ulna Grnsa Orchard Irass Hungarian Hay Straw Mill Feed e UPTONOWPrinting lilt NKWS has addednew faces of type to its job department and is prepared to do printing of every description the way it should be done such as LKTTEtt IlEADS- ENVELOPES BILL HEADS STATI IENfSISHIPPING TAGS I TIE UECEIFlS MINUTES CARDS LABELS CIRCULARS INVITATIONS PROGRAMS ETC A neat job and a fair price always guaranteed Try us if you want to be pleased Work Doge Wlq promistd GUARDyour Hour only most healthful cereal preparation is flour and the most mealthful Hour is HANSFIELDS BEST PATENT AN- DMountain Lily Milled by water power from time very best selected wheat on perfect Wo say MANSFIELDS is tho finest flour made but we dont expect you to take our word for it We DO ask you however to try just one sack Wo know it will bo enough to make you a lirinffnst friend of MANSFIELD FLOUR ffiuy from your Srostryman R C MANSFIELD SUN ROSSLYN KY i f EBEN HOLDEN nr IRVING DACHELLER i Copyright iwo lu Luthrop JuUUMng tminxy SlIAPTEU I wentcmost remarkable A small boy lit n blg basket on the back of nlJolly old luau who carried a cane lu one hand n rlllu In the other a black dog serving UH scout skirmisher and rear guard that was the size of 1t They were the survivors of n wined home lu the north of Vcr stout nod were traveling far tutu the valley of the Kt Lawrence but with 110 particular distillation Midsummer had passel lhein lit their Journey Their clothes were covered with dust their facts browulug la the oisail ft seas averysuinUbuy that sat inside the basket and clung to the rim his tow head shaking us tho old mOil walked lie saw wonderful things day after day looking dowu ut the green fields or peering Into the gloomy reaches of the wood and be talked about them I Uncle Eb Is that where the swifts are ho would auk often mid the old wan would answer Xo they alut real sassy this time o year They lay round lu the deep dingles every day i Then the tmnll voice would slug Idly or prattle with nn Imaginary belug that had a habit of peeking over the edge of the basket or would shout u greeting to some bird or butterfly anti ask finally ElI gentleman would say Not very and keep on looking thoughtfully at the ground Them again he would stop and mop his bull head with u big red handkerchief hud say a little tremor of Irrltatlqu In his voice Tired Who wouldnt be tlrell with a big elephant like you on his back all day Id be sliumed o luyself f set there on let nn old man carry me from Urn to lleersheba Git out now an shake yer legs Incas the small boy and I remember It was always a great relief to get out of the basket SlId having run ahead to lie In the grass among the wild flow ers and jump up at him as he came alongUncle Eb had been working for my father live years before I was born lie was not u string man and hall never been able to carry the wide swath ot the other help lu the fleldn but we all loved him for hls kindness and his knack of story telling ile was a bach elor who came over the mountain from Pleasant Valley u little bundle of clothes on his shoulder pad bringing n iiame that enriched tile nomenclature of our neighborhood It was Eben llol den lIe had a cheerful temper anti an Im agination that was a very wilderness ot oddities Dears and panthers growled and were very terrible In that strange country He had Invented an aulma more treacherous Jhuit any In tile r 7iuli and he called It a swift Sum thlu like u panther he described the look of Ita fearsome creature that lay lu the edge of the woods at sundown and made a noise like tf woman crying to lure the unwary It would light ones eye with fear to hear Uncle Eb lift ihls voice lu the cry of the swift Many a time lu the twilight when the hUT of 1 ta hound or some far cry came faintly seethlmllftwhen we loud listened a moment our eyes wide with wonder he would turn and say in a low halt whispered ton- e3S a swift I suppose we needed youngirlur of thii woods or they would have i strayed to their death lu them A big bass viol taller than himself had long been the solace of hU Sundays After he had shaved n ceremo ny so solemn that It seemed a rite of his religionthat sacred viol was un covered He curried it sometimes to the back piazza and sometimes to the barn where the horses shook and trembled nt the roaring thunder of the strings When lie began playing we children land toget well out of the way Dud keep our distance I remember now the look of him then his thin face his soft i black eyes his long nose the suit of broadcloth the stock and standing col lar and above all the solemnity In hl t manner when that big devil of a thing was leaning on his breast 1 As to hU playing I have never heard n more fearful souud In any time of peace or one less creditable to a Chris tian Week days he was addicted to the milder sin of the flute and utter chores If there were no one to talk with him he would sit long and pour hU soul lutothat magic bar of boxwood Uncle EU hdd another great accom plishment lIe was what they cull In the north country a natural cooper After nightfall when the corn was ripening he spoke In a whisper and had Ms ear cocked for coons lint he loved all kinds of good tUIIJio this man had a boy In his heart I and u boy In his basket that evening we left the old louse My father and mother and older brother had been drowned In the lake whys they hind gone for a day of pleasure I had then n small understanding of my loss but I have learned since that the farm was not worth the mortgage and that everything had to be sold Uncle Eb tndIa little lad n very little lad oft six were all that was left of what load sendlugdecided finally to tutu me over to u j dissolute uncle with some allowance for my keep Therein Uncle Eb was tulbe reckoned with Hu had set his heart Oil keeping me but he wan a furor blllllII without any home or visible llroJlertl uud not therefore In the mind of thetauthorities u proper guardian lIe me with him in the old House and tilttvery night he heard they were coming after uie in the morning we started on our Journey Iremember he was n long time tying packages of bread and butter and tea eases to the rim of tljb basket J CALIFORNIADo you want to live where the climate is mild the year round where labor is never oppressed by stress of weather and where animal vitality is never lost by mere conflict with cold Do you want to live in a region where the resources are more varied than in any other equal area in the world where the division of great ranches affords a fine opportunity to get a small farm that will assure you a competence Do you want to live where with a minimum of labor you can grow profitable crops of grapes and small fruit oranges lemons olives prunes and almonds alfalfa and grain where crops are sure business is good and capital easily finds profitable investment Then go to California where both health and opportunity await your coming The Chicago Union Pacific and NorthWestern Line is the most direct route to the Pacific Coast andthere are two fast through trains daily via this line over the famous doubletrack = railway between Chicago and the Missouri River Oneway Colonist II 33 3300 Chicago with spondingly points unusual These tickets are good on and personally conducted excursions on a double berth in a Pullman tourist sleeping car from Chicago costs only 700 Roundtrjp tickets arc always on sale from all points at reduced rates via the Chicago NorthWestern Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Railways j FILL IN THIS COUPON AND MAIL IT TODAY NWClt c = so that tlieyliung or the oulslUe The he put a woolen sliawl anti nn ollclot- blanket 1I on the bottom pulled the strap- over hU shoulders and buckled their- standing before the looking glass outd I I I i I j 37ic homes shook mill t rewilled tt tin rottrlnu thunder of the ttrliuja having put on my cap till coat stow me on the table and Htoopel Ill that I could climb Into the basket a pack basket that he bad used In tho top a little smaller than the bottom Once In I could stand eomfortably sit lacing sideways my back and knees wedged from port to starboard With uie In my place he blew out the lantern and groped his way to the road his cano hi one Laud his ride In the othe Fred our old doga black shephei with tawny pointscame utter us Uncle Eb siolded bum and tried to send him back but I plead for the poor crea tune tind that settled It be was one of our party Dinino how well feed him said aria lib Our own mouths are big enough t take nil we can carry but IIham no heart t leave tin all lone there I was old for my age they Jell mo and hud a pyrlons look mitt n wise way n of talking for a boy so young but J had no notion of what lay before or be hind its No boy take a good look at the t old house I remember ho whispered to mo ut the glue that night 1alnt likely yeIl ever set It HKIn Keep iiulct now ho added letting down the hors at the foot of tho loud Were gola west an we mustnt let the sriisr under UH Got t be party spry LIIII toll ye It was iitllte dark nnd he felt his way ruefully down the cow paths Into c the broad pasture With every step 1 kept a sharp lookout for swifts nm lithe moon slope utter uvhlle making my work easier I hud to hold my head down Presently when the tall brush began to whip the bucket uud I huffed the huh hoots of Uncle Eb ripping the briers Then we en uie lain the bhickuesi of the thick Umber and 1 could hear him feeling his why over till dead leaves with his cane I got down shortly and walked a beside Idol holding on to the rllle with band We stumbled often and Were long In the trail before we could eo the moonlight through the tree col In the clearing I climbed to my c again and by and l y we cline to he road where my companion sat resting his loud on a how Iller Pretty hot Uncle Eb pretty hot he sold to himself fanning his brow with that old felt hat he wore everywhere Wee come three mile er amoral without a stop an I guess wed bettor teat ujllry X lr e e e tickets are on sale daily March x to May 15 at the rate of from corre low rates from all give you an chance to make the trip daily which hunting W n KNISKERN p T M C d NW Ry Chicago m Pleue mall free to my address California bookltti rasp and full panlvlan coautate rues and trala staled Sly legs ncfied too ltd I tens get ting very sleepy I remember the Jolt of the basket as he tulle and hearing him say Well Uncle Eb I guess wed better be gnlnV The elbow that held my head lying on the rim of the basket was already numb but the prickling could no Ion ger rouse we and half lend with weariness I fell asleep Uncle Eb has toll me sluice that I tumbled out of the has tot once owl that ate bad n time of 1 getting me lu ngnln but I remember nothing more of that days history When I woke In the morning I QuId hear the crackling ef tire and felt very warn and cozy wrapped In the big shawl I got a cheery greeting trop Undo Eb who Wilt feeding the fire with a big heap of sticks that he had plMd together Old Fred was licking 1117 hands with his rough tongue anti I suppose that Is what waked me Ten was steeping In the little put that hung over the tire and our breakfast of hUll ed eggs and tread and butter lay on n paper beside It I remember well the scene of our little camp that morning We had conic to n strange country and there was no road In sight A wooded hill lay back of us nnd just before ran a noisy little brook winding between smooth banks through a long pasture lute n dense wood lichlnd a wall onI the opposite shore n great Held of rus I tllng corn tilled n broad valley anti stood higher than n mans heard Willie I went to wash fur face In the clear water Uncle Eb was hiuklng some cars of corn that he took out of his pocket and had then roasting over tho fire In n moment We ate heartily giving Fred two bug slices of bread nnd butter pitching up with enough remain lug for another day Breakfast over we doused the lire nnd Uncle Eb put on hU basket He made utter n squir rel presently with old Fred mad brought him down out of n tree by hurling stones nt him mind then t faithful rnlIlower of our eanip got n bit of rent for Ids breakfast We cllmbel the wall as ho ale nnd hurled ouwlvca III tl deep corn Thcflragrant silky tassels brush my tare and the corn hissed nt our Intrusion crossing Its green Riiltera In our path Par In the tleld my corapan Ion heaped n little of the soft earth for pillow spread the oilcloth between rows aid ns we lay down drew time lilg shawl over us Uncle Eb wax tired after the toll of hat night nnd went asleep almost ns soon as he was down Before I drop ped off F red came and licked my face and stepped over me his tall wagging for leave anti curled upon the shawl at my feet I could see no sky In that loamy green nlsle of corn Tills going to burl lu the morning seemed n foolish in bll llIlIlI to mo that day awl I lay u lung time looking up tit the rustling anopy overhead I remember listen ing to the waves that cans whisper out of the further field nearer anti nearer until they swept over us with n r roaring swash of leaves like that of water Hooding among rocks ad I have S heard It often A twinge of homesick ness came to me mid tho snoring of Uncle Eb gave me no comfort I re nember covering my head and crying softly its I thought of those wno had ftouu away and whom I was to meet III far country Called heaven whither we were gulag I forgot my sorrow dually In sleep When I awoke It had grown dusk under till corn 1 felt fur Uncle Eb and lit was gone Then I IIIUbendlug over me a sharp look lu his eye Frald theyre after us He sat kneeling beside me holding Fred by the collar old listening I could hear voices the rustle of the corn nd the tramp of feet near by It was thundering lu the distance that heavy EhUklns thunder that seems to takQ if === C = c hold of the earth and there were sojiiuls In the corn like the drawing of sobers nudthe rush of ninny feet The noisy thunderclouds cane nearer nnd the voices that had madeus tremble were no louver heard Uncle Kb begun to fasten the of blanket to the stalks of rata for n hel- ter The rain carne roaring over m Tlie sound of It wax like that of n host ot cavalry LWM lit a gallop 11a lA- t f bracing the stalks the blanket tied above us all were tjulte dry for a time limo rain rattled In the sounding sheaves and then eiimo flooding dew the steip gutters Above ut bean an rafter creaked swaying and showht glimpse of tIlt dark sky The rut pusaelare could hear the last bat talion Icnvlug the field aud then tho tumult ended as suddenly as It be The corn trembled n few moments hudied to n taint whisper Then we could hear only the drip of raindrop leaking through the green roof It was thank under the corn TO DE CONTINUED Gut OR JIWIIII UQ many well think he hiss Kt o f chenp who after Imvlng contrnclrd ciiiulpatii or indigestion itiillll nil II erfeclly Psfui liis benlth Noili iiiff will do lids hut Dr Kings Sea idea PHU A quick pleaxant nail certain rare rIll 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Circulation in oilm h =N N N N N uIrod EDUCATION i t JuStneSs Js absolutely necessary to the youth man or young woman who ln success in life Ills being conceded it is of first importance to gclxourt- raining at the school that stands ill the very 1 The Bryant l Stratton Business College N K Corner Second nnd Wulniil Sts IOUISVIUH KY Bookkeeping Shorthand Telegraphy Sovnn cxpcripuc1 toncliors aC1iOllf n specialist III his line Vtto for ft benuli nil bosh jriviiiff Ustinionials from irnlduatcs occu iI nyiiif prominent posit ons allover the United Slatesit will be liiuil t e cdloyoaFHICK t o 1 School open nil tho yonr Stiidonts eon enter at any time t U J VRIQI IT President cU hc IlKSr IIOTKMN TUg KUEKllUSTOiuia FIIOAI CUY DKPOl1 ARLINGTONH01 1i4 S S TAULBEE PROPrJAGKSON KY GOOD MVKUY3TAIHK IM FJILST CfASS SAMlLK- OONKFCTION ItOOusfi Kod I 0I a- t4ya i1L = = c DYSPEPSIA CURE ll DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATrTile J 100 boltlo contain 2M tlmti tbi trial Hit whlci gilfor53cula MirAHD ONLY AT till 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