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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0 t 1L r P14TJJTT COUNTYNEWS-J W1eR lJAOINS Editor Mild Pullliilhur A NXWSIAIlm Dxwmm To TJIJ INTERESTS ON EASTERN l1ItNTUUKY ONK DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADYINOR- t Y vxolumc Iv Jackson Jcntucky Friaay March 31 1905 Number 24 J I 1Vo will teen tt advertisements on n guaranty that our paper has e Inure tlian twko the circulation in iirwijMtOonnty of any pupor s published Our topaper goes ev ery post olllco in Inrry County and almost oery ono inr tO Ma ttO1COUlltiUIIf you want to reach tlio moun tain trade tryan ml in the Ihtl1 TU ire COUNTY NKWB i1 h t PRICES fOR LOWERvarilrootkd tyller- eedlcCiN Repairs rot wtie AT iiiNlr C TORE Needles Sen Package Southeast corner Main and Broadway Streets JACKSON KYI e IItlJtAfi t- I ffifr INE ore You Purchatt Any Other Writs THE KW KOMI IIWIKQ MACHINE COMPANY OltAMlC MAIL Nenr Sewing Meehlnu are made to cal retud Inc of iutty but Ih Yew llonte U nwu lo war Our cuutntr hater runt out We make Stwlnrf MithJnM la suit oU eonlHbni- cTth tr d The Nw Iluum Undialth trail ol all II lgh grad unttjr selnt rnacUnos Ittilil Ity uiitliorlaisl ilralem only ron SALE DV James M Richardson Co General Agents KiMtrk itMit CL11EGANi 0 WantedOne riiouiatkl Men and Unmeii to pats the CUU Service Kxalnmalion for the following United Stales liivrrii ililenl posltloiK NAME OF POSITION IDepnrtiiivnt llriiicli Ago Unlit UO and over Clerk Malu or Ftmalo Stenographer Malur Female Suuingrai htraiid Tyj owriter Male Pr iFnwaltl ioltoeper Mala or Female lUflwty Mail murk Age 18 to O- RTagger SO and over Custom llouttu llranoli Ago Uiulto and over I Day Incpeclor i Clerk Mhle or Fiinole Assistant VVelglier lUHsenger film pier Iliftwiml Ituvonnc Urautli Act LlntltiJl uud over ClerkGaugor Storekeeper IloHtptlleo Itrnncli Clerk Male or Female 18 lo 45 I Clerk Carrier For Information as to requirements Ad J res U lloxBSj Lexington Ky U A I A GOOD GUIDE t heIsbostljtJeuwtuyrtut- h Rifle Pistols Shotgun etC k4Itpool osuhctur- nIallreTtNJenl Jf rilt otu bo that UWtietrrdcybImtgtlrlee4thI4ter l llUlr liafaul- MOSTtVtNS FIKCAKMSlie 194 br II tfaHtg r J mid kwlwut dMltn AU UXB M va oak uht IS fttamx It UuTb wttitu 4U wv iii4 w la Ix inn U patlAr ttk UB- WkownlteuJ low tw e iam p4 asStTaBoot 11 RIAl ruiu J STEVENS ARMS d TOOL CO Po O ox 4891 Chloopce Fall Ail y a r t WIH UAOH OP IILIJ wiimKX KOIt TIn NKW8 Who thinks to run the race of life In his own strength and power Ho rung but to mi open grave In an unlocked for hour And lie who trusts his own wisdom To plan lifes future ways Is doomed to meet naught but de feat- Sorrow must end his days Trust thou to God to give thee help- Accordinjr to thy day Ask thou for wisdom from on hiuh To guide thee on thy way MIUIH SAUXDKIW Children tarried Myrtle Millor fourteen years of age and Jonas Kobbins seventeen years old were nurried last week ut the reaidunco of John Allen the brides uncle at Leo City Itev Charles Hobbina the father of the groom performed time core mony Lively Fight at Lee City lleudricks Elam and two of the Jaeols boys bwutiio Involved in n didiuulty over u trade at Leo City Klam was nruuHl with n re volver and the Jacobs with knives Klam opened lire and wounded one of the Jacol3 in then left side time other one took shelter in a nearby store Klmu was placed under arrest Boy Accidentally Killed An accident occurred tiearStan ton last week resulting in the death of Kussell Welch a ten yearold boy lie nnd his brother were out hunting mud were climb luga lull Russell was in front and life brother Hal walking be hind carrying gun 11111slip poollItl fullamid in BOIIID way the gun was discharged The con tents entered UusBells left leg amid he full bhfding to death before medical lI could bo reached The Wedding Anniversary The celebnttion of wooding an niverearies before the fifth is raro although the lirsi and second are respectively cotton and paper The list Fifth yearWooden yourIiiFifteenth Crystal Twentieth year ChinK yearSliverthirtieth yearRubyFiftieth Sixtieth year Diamond Still Raided in Powell County Last Fridaynight Doputy Col teeter Insko of antlu posse made n raid on a moonshine still on Cane creek Powell county nu ca mturod William eat worfc in time still They thou destroyeda sixty gallon copper 115 gallons of singling and 4GO gallons of beer and burned the still house At daylight theyar rested Clay Chambers at his home lie escaped and ran a mile and was overtaken Both mon were taken to Ml Sterling and placed in jail Dont Snub Shabby Clothes Dont snub a boy because ho wears shabby clothes Edison the invuntor of the telephone wore a of linen breeches when he first entered Boston in the dead of winter Dont snub a boy because his home is plain and un pretending Abraham Lincolns early was in a log cabin Dont snub n boy because of the iiornnco of his parents Shakes poiiro the worlds greatest poet was tutu son of a man who was not able to write his own name Dont snub a boy because ho ohooaes a humble trade The author of Pilgrims Progress was a tinker o lIIt snub anybody hot only because BOIIIO day ho may outstrip you iu the race of life hut because It l a neither kind nor right nor Christian like- PIcasntt und Harmless Dont drug the stomach to cure a laugh One Minute OoiRh Cure cuts the mucus draws the Intlammallon nit of the throat lungs tumid bronchial tubes 1111soulhel and cures A quo k euro fur Croup and Whooping Cough One Minute Cough Cure re teves a cough m one minute became t ullll lieu on the mucous membrane right where the cough troubles In the the ihrnat or deep eated on the lungs Built by M S Grain 1 Wolfe County Man Hissing prominentCUfiller Wolfe count loft his hone some days ago telling his family that he was going to Campion to buy sonic clothing and that he never expected to see them again lie waa in Caul ton and that was the last seen or ward of him by his family who say that he had been thoJfoltrbalanced Ho had considerable money with him when he left homo And the Pure Was Out A preacher in Indiana is ro sponsible for this I had occa siou at one time to helda meet ing near Xionsville The choir was eOlllpoatt of tee old uuaids of a flub timid two old bachelors When the chorus to the otllcial hytrreached the two old11caids sang Unto us a child was born and the old batch chore followed up with Won d0rfuI woiiderfu Thou some wag near time door had to j snicker The i hoir quit abruptly and the service came to an end Trees and Youth Troea grow very much as Lop and girls grow from something small and helpless into sometliin large andstrongtrain small seeds or stones into great towers of wide spreading green branches Just as boys and girls need PlOutyof rood pure blood in order to Wow bigaudstron eo the trees need it too only their blood is called sap Trees take n long nap in winter but in February they show signea of wukingup The sap stirs and begins to grow If you watch the tree care fully all through the year you will find what a beautiful barometer it is how it will tell 011 in tree lan 1liedeadlooking donly change color appear with every rain and sunbeam these buds swell and swell until timiallytvitlm time blossoms spring begins Powers Trial Appealllas1Suitordap potltuon a lob Powers case which was tiled Lv- tho Commonwealth This meRlis- thnt the fourth trial of Powers can take place at the May term of time Scott Circuit Court if both aides are ready The Court of Appeals several months ago it recalled reversed a judg pleat of the Scott Circuit Court sentencing Powers to be hanged udgoUarkorter time opening of the January term when Judge liurnam retired and Judge CUll trill took his place a petition for rehearing was tiled by Attorney General Hays repre Bunting time Commonwealth This petition has boon pending since early January lut case is expected to be called at time play term of the Scott Circuit Court Are You Kneaded Engaged people should remember that after marriage many quarrels can be avoided by keeping their dlgex lions In Rood condition with Electric Hitters S A Hrown of Bennetts vllle 80 says For years my wife suffered Intensely from dyspepsia complicated with a torpid liver until she lost her strength and vigor and became a mere wreck of her former self Then site tried Electric Hitler which helped her at once and finally m idN her entirely well She Is now strong and healthy the Jackson Drug Co sells and guarantees theme IlIWea bottle mho Woman Homo Companion for April Is the Easter number and well befits the sawn A lend Inn ar tide Most letnre + queofEaterCrl ebrnlions describe an KasteJ In Je rniinlem I ho second In the ferlea nl articles on foodad liberation comes in reli lln rIIow time Haby Pays the Tux The fiction Is iimiminlly good The King of Diamonds by Louis rrany producing new and fancinaling complications ami in the second Instal mans of Martha and Her American Kitchen Marlon Harland enlisting our interest sllll further In the woes of a newly married couple and the short stories are capital todand Frill of Fathlon tell of courun about Easter NatureStudyMrsUlchardsons practicAl advice lo The Girl Who Earns liar Own Living and other regular department are as full of interest at ever Published by The Springtlelda copy a Bee S D Fleenor for bargains In clock A tine 8 day mantle clock tor 160 Others tell the lime clock for 1260 rolSll SPRING SPRAYING Do Not Let the San Joie and Other Scale Get Ahead of You By J J BAHTOX It San Jose scale has not yet Invaded your iiulKhborhood trust lu a kind providence and make a move good and bard to keep It out It It LI already there use the same meimurw but In a more superlative degree If such a ttilng there can be The San Jose scale or louse for It Is the latter under the scale that docs the mischief Is a sort of little Jap In the world of lu sect pests Many bigger ones there are but few more successful slow to Know tli Scale The scale Is most easily recognized In midsummer when It Imparts a sort of purplish tinge to the bark of time tree but It la then very firmly In trenched nnd difficult to tight Take a microscope to your apple pear peach and plum trees now just an soon us you can especially If they look a bit rough or scurfy or seemed In any way unthrifty last season A tree when badly Infested with the Sun Jose scale presents a somewhat grayish appearance as If It were coated with ashes but the ordinary observers would hardly notice this or realize Its significance Uy carefully scraping the bark with a knife blade little scales of various sizes may be found beneath which are the soft jellylike orange colored Insects What Shall We Do With ItT Spraying In late winter or early spring before the buds open Is the ac cepted remedy Various solutions are used but the boiled lime salt and snl phur mixture U perhaps ntlll the cheapest mat unrest for the tree Owing to the trouble of preparing that wash however time Geneva X Y station devised a self boiling mixture that has met with much favor The formula Is ns follows Lime 30 pounds sulphur 15 pounds caustic soda U pounds water GO gallons The sulphur is made Into a thin paste with boiling water and pour 1 over and well distributed through Ihc lime Additional water is used as need ed to keep the llmcHUlphur material In a rather stiff paste As soon as the lime Is slaked the full amount of caus tic soda U added and stirred until boll lug ceases Enough water Is then poured In to make fifty gallons of the wash Attacked Ity u Mob and beaten in a labor riot until car ered with sorts a Chicago street car conductor applied Hucklen Arnica Salve and was soon sound and well I use It in my family writes O J Welch of Tekonsha lIch and find It perfect Simply great for cute and burn Only 5cIt The Jackson Drug Co Thf Toulouse dooae The Toulouse gander Wonderful Joe reproduced front American Agricultur lilt was Imported by W A Wldger lu 1001 lie tilt very massive and power fully built bird very long deep heavy WONDK3IFUL JOB body and will welsh about twenty seven pounds lu show condition his color and lacing being the most even ever seen of his kind As a breeder he la very active Wonderful Joe Is klug of the goose kind lu America It not England President Roosevelt In LouUvlllu On account of the visit of Preside t Itnooevelt the Southern will tell excursion tickets tn Louisville at low rates for evening trains of April 3rd and morning trains of April 9th good returning April Cth The Chief Executive will spend a portion of the day April 4th In Lonts yule and amt vlnboratu programme in oludlng a parade speech by the Presi dent tHe has been prepared Fur full Information call on your lo cal agent or address C II HuNQKaroRD District Paisenger A eni- Joulnllle Ky Oe of the Valuable Farm Product The manure from anlmaU fed on cot ton seed or Its products Is of the nry highest value Cotton seed and cotton seed meal are about the only feeds that arc ever used directly as fertilizers and that are worth their market price for this purpose The Real Aurfnlne It Is an awful fact that Immigration Into the United States Is again running larger than ever and the real awful ness lies In the large proportion of these Immigrants who are of undesira ble quality says American Agriculture By the Tonic Route The pills that act as a tonic and not as a drastic purge are DeWitts Lillle Early Kiiers They cure Headache Constipation Biliousness etc Early Risers are small easy to take and easy to acta safe pill Mack Hamilton hotel clerk at Valley City N D say Two bottles inured me of chronic oon itlpatlon Sold by SI S Grain BARGAINS You Cant Afford to Miss == = r TE3E === Breathitt County News Has the Best Equipped Office and the Largest Circulation of any paper in the mountains We are therefore able to make you the following offers FOll 100 WII will s and you the llreathltt County News ninl ether of the following fur ant yNr Tire Louisville Herald weekly Ttihniie Firmer weekly II me A Farm twice a mouth Tli Sunny South FOR 8125- Ta llrenlhltt County New anti eitler of IIH following fur ono jear Tar tCr lly CourierJouriial The Lexington Leader weekly Atlanta Conrtltullou weekly FOlt lt5The nrralhlit County News and ether of the following for tine year The Cincinnati Enquirer weekly The Ciimnioner Hryaus paper McCalls Masazlnc yearFOR UPTONOW JOB PRINTING WU of typo to our Job Department and now prepared to do printingof every description A neat fair price guaranteed Trytie if you want to be for Her Majeitr the lieu Considerable experience has taught me that nil nest boxes for laying or hatching be movable says an Ohio Farmer correspondent When a lien becomes broody anti T wish to set her I place the eggs under her amid that evening move tier box and all to time brooder house where three sitting hens are given the use of one apartment There are no Inter A ilOVADIJi KEST BOX lepers to lay by them and break the eggs They cnn get oft whenever they feel like It for food and drink which are kept In apt the apartments Two cleats mire nailed to the back of time box amida bole bored lu each cleat by means of which the box Is hung on I two stout nails driven In the side of the building It is well to have these nails mull the same distance apart so that bosos are Interchangeable and can be placed anywhere The nails shollidIbe teupenny and driven with projecting one and a half f sloping firmly upward so as to hold the boxes I r An Indisputable SAFE INVESTMENT The material progress which our country is now and has been making for the past decade of years naturally brings to surface numerous schemes of the getrichquick character that benefit only the promoters of such at the expense of innocent investors- In this age of prosperity with every legitimate business boom ing wages high work in abundance giving employment to all willing to earn and products of the farm bring ing best prices there is little or no excuse for one not to join the army ofmoneymakersThe safest investment to make is to become a reader of the CINCINNATI ENQUIRER the greatest and most reliable in the United States the facts truth and information gleaned from its col umns one may become well qualified to reach out and his share of profit that always accrues from invest ments intelligently made The WEEKLY ENQUIRER costs but one dollar for one years term The SUNDAY costs you two dol lars for a year The DAILY ENQUIRER 7 issues a you get for fourteen dollars a year- Without the aid of a ftrst class newspaper success in any enterprise becomes problematical For ten cents you can secure a sample copy of each DAILY SUNDAY and WEEKLY EN QUIRIR Address Caquir r Company Rlsotaseat1 Qkta td ioZ FOR ill73 The Rreathllt County News and either of the following for one year Woman llama Companion Ladies llama Journal The Delineator or any dollar magazine or dollar weekly published In the United States FOR 200 The Hrenlhiit County News and The Kentucky Farmer and BreeJei fur mine 9225 IThe Hrealhitt County News and of time following for one year The Dally Louisville Herald The Dully Giiclnnali Post n have added now faces are job anda always pleased purposes should the the genuine newspaper With secure ENQUIRER week California California entertains every year a host of visitors Uy reason of this the tins gained a great reputation fur hospitality California wants you to visit her This spring The tuck UUnd System would like In have you try Its up Ddnie service from Chicago or St Louis to the Uolden Slate As a special inducement greatly reduced rates are ofTfrfddnily March I to May 15 Ask your home agent or write lu Juhn Se ManagerRuck Poultry llouc Floor The floor of nay poultry house should always be slightly higher than the iur rouudlngs rays A V Meorsch In West era Poultry Journal This can be ob tained by lilting In with soil until the floor la raised sulllclently If boarded hakeptof Billed muterlul which should be ro newed at least once a week In order to keep the floor clean and dry riko Finding Money Finding health is like minding money so think those who are sick When you have a cough cold sore jhroat or chest Irritation butter act promptly like W 0 Uarber of Sandy Level Va lie says 1 Imada terrible chest trou ble caused by snnke and coal duii on my lungs but altar finding no relief In other remedies I was cure by Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump tion Coughs and Colds Greatest sale of any cough or lung medicine in the world At Tlje Jackson Drug Co 60c and 1100 guaranteed Trial bot tie free u 38 Dollars T- OCalifornia TILENorthwest FROM LOUISVILLEVIA HENDERSON ROUTE Corresponding low rates to Washington Oregon Utah Won Lana andall immediate points Tickets on sale dILilup to nod including May lu 1005 Also special homoseokurs rates to the West and Southwest on certain dates If yon contemplate n tripask us for rates If you would travel in comfort BOO that your ticket reads over the Henderson Route between Louisville and St Louis Free reclining chaii cars on all of our St Louis trains Direct connections in St Louis union station with all lines to time West and Southwest LJ IRWIN General Psiienger Ageat LOUISVILLE KY y KIILTHIECOUCH AND CURE THE LUNC8 j Kingsthew IFOR CONSUMPTION Fr PrlctI Surest and Qutckeat Cure for aU THROAT and LUNG TROVJI LIiB or MONEY BAOZ- I d mlu flit rt tnttU l 1SEWING by buying this reliable honest high grade sew ing machine STRONGEST GUARANTEE 11 Stwtug Mschine Co r iNntc Something New Valuable Tours x- oFLORIDAVia 5out1rr I ailvuay AntI Queen Crescent Route v Go One Way Kcturu Another Winter tourist tickets good going via Ashevllle through the Land of the Sky anti beautiful sapphire country and returning via Atlanta and Chatta nooga or vice versa are now on sale at row RATES Tho Florida Limited solid train DrawingItolllllwith Dining Car service leaves Lexing O ton every morninu via Qneeu Jt Ores ceut Route running tlmr ugh without change to Jacksonville via Chattanooga and Southern Railway The Chicago and Florida Special be ginning January Oth consisting of Drawing Room Sleepers Observation Cars etc will leave Cincinnati wary evening except Sunday runniug ihroiiRIi solid to Si AiiRuitJu via OliHllanooua and Botitbern lUllway with DinincCar bervice enrouie Through Iullmun Sleepers to Jack sonville from Uitwlnnaii every welling via Knoxville Anhevllle iiavi n 4u From Louisville connection with all ot the above trains Is made at Lazing ton by trains of the Southern Railway For Land of the Sky book WIn- ter Homus folder rates IlhtdulltlOr- Ithlr information address U D AILKN O I lluxaKyFORD A G I ASou Uy D f A Sou ttv St Louis Mo Louisville Ky W OHlNIARSJH- Q P A Q Jl O Route Dincinnaii 0 Ladies Only It Is Women Who Need Most Relief From Little Irri tating Pains and Aches Dr Miles AntiPain Pills art tow women Womana delicate nervous organism tingles to the least Jarrinf influence and some ache or pain Is the result The remedy Is at hand Dr Miles AntiPain Pills They act most marvellously on wom ans nervous organism and relieve and cure the pain to which the U a martyr Headaches neuralglao pains monthly pains and all kinds of pains disappear as If a gentle hand had lightly soothed them away Dlzzln s Rush of Blood to the head Toothache Backache are all cured by these Little Comforters Cured without danger of dluireeable aftereffects cured quickly cured with out unnatural action on liver stomach or other Internal organs Dr Mlles Antl Pain Pills please the women and the children take them be cause they are easy to take and soothe all their sufferings For years I had speU of sick headache at times suffering untold agonies I could not endure any excitement Going to church even vliltlnjr brought on these terrtble spells I trl numerous remedle without r until I tried Dr Mlle AntiPain PUU and they havo cured me When I feet jrmp toms of sick headache When a an ward oft the attack I amtrOll and nervous a Bill soothes mM55BAHA1I WATKttiSON Blalnlown la Price ZSo a box Never sold In bulk FREE ra atoofOr Mile Free V Anti Trial Pain Pills the New BcUntnjo Remedy for Our pu tellwbaII DJ MI uoMTe7 ut T r 1iho ftroathiii Wo- wspj 5HACUNS Editor 4 t Friday JInrcIi 81 10O5 lJWJESSIOXUJ CARDS u J WISE HAG INS ATTOUNEYArLAW Office over 1ostOfllee JACKSON KBSTCOKT rAll business Intrusted to him will receive prompt and careful at ientlonvt n HiiimfinnmTmrnnnnnmnrmmuiiiiiii f I L C ROARK r I LAWYER B JACKSON KENTUCKY = Will practice III nreathitt and 5 Magofllh Counties E ffiJlt I LWW1LUllWllUULlWW WWWlI tJli F N1N1 = NNNN1NN 1 T G W A II PATTON IIL JACKSON NI N NNf1N11 NN ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR STATE IWUESEWTATIVE AVe are authorized to announce GRANT HOLLIDAY- as RcnndMiitn fur Representative from the 02d LeRislollve District composed of the counties of ItrciuhlU len rind MnRodin subject to thu notion of the Republican party Wo are authorized lo announce GEORGE XV AUNETT- BB a candidate for Rppreientntive from the P2d Legislative distrlnt com posed of the counties of nreathitt JOP and MftKoflln subject to tliu action of tho Republican putty Wo are authorized to announce JOHN O GRIFFITH as a candidate f r IJppreoentatlve from the 02nd Legislative district composed of the counties of Hreathltt Lee and Magoflln subject to the notions of the Republican party FOR ASSESSOR Ve ore authorized to announce JOIN L STRONG as candidate for Assessor of Rreathltt county subject to the action of the Ito publiciii party t i FOR SIIBU1EF Iam n candidate for Sheriff of lironthltt County at the coming No vember election BnroK CitAWPinn Cape lirnnrh Ky FOR JAILERI We are authorized to announce LEWIS GJIOSSt of Elknfntvn na a cnndidnie for the ofllceof Jnllorof Hrentlilt t county sub Jedt to the action of tho Itepublicun party All kinds of New Vegetables nt Hnddons Joseph Gumm of McQuinn was hero on business Monday Elisha Johnson of Jctts Creek was here on business Wednesday II C Short of Copo Branch I was hero on business Thursday Mr and Mrs S tT Crawford of Athol went to Lexington Tues tiny Squire Green Ilensley of Kous seau was here on business Thursday WBlown went to Knott county last week to do some sur eying Mrs James B Stidham was token to the hospital at Lexington the first of the week for treatment Charles Terry of Turkey pass ed through hero Wednesday on his way homo from a trip down the river U A Hurst and Kelly Kash re turned Thursday from an extended trip to tho piddle Fork and OwsI Icy county 1C B Owens of tho firm of llichio S Owens of Dwarf was hero Wednesday after goods fOlI his firms store J O Davis of Lambric who has been in charge ofn logging job in Perry county for the past two years was hero Thursday Revs Green Stacy las Wheeler n and others will hold n meeting atl the school house on Jolts Creek on tho second Saturday and SunI day in April D L Roberts of Klkatawa luis rented of T Davidson his house on Broadway andwill move ilea about April 1st Dr Arriold of St IJelens is making preparations to come to Jackson to matte his future home Matij1 Jackson people will welcome trio Doctor nod his family xi a- i f GOHBESPONDENGE STAOVIMiss MinoyJioliidny is very ill with rheumatism Sam Napier of Clay Hole was the guest of his father Stephen Napier recently James Nencothe stone mason of Ned is at this place making chimneys for Anco I lays Anco Hays is building n tine I large house under the supervision of Joe Kitchie the architect Anco Hays of this place has returned from down the river and reports sales dull lie did not sell TUOUJILISSOME Horn to the wife of Laurent Williams n girl Samuel and Isom Terry are vis iting relatives at llindman Win Stacy and son arc farming They have several acres of ground ready for planting Mrs Armclda Stacy and Orlcna Dobson are visiting Emanucl Campbell and family W W Campbellof Stacy is setting out a young orchard on hi farm near hero and is going to move hero in the near future I Miss Kanov Ilolliday daughter of Sam and Minnie llolliday Stacy contemplates visiting Kitchie and other relatives non here Levi Stacyof the firm of Camp bell Stacy has purchased Mr Campbells interest in their steam millnnd is moving his home o Pigeon Roost FIXCASTLE C T Stump is quite sick at tlli writingYes t we are all for Ned Kin caid for County Judge- J K Gentry bought a horse o James Whisman for 10 Miss Julia Johnson is visiting in Winchester this week Johnny Cable is home from Be ten college on a short visit T S Shackelford sold his horse at Bcaltyvillo court Monday Mrs M R Shackelford is visit ing relatives at Flat this week Harlan Lutes of Primrose tva visiting relatives here Sunday Frank Kincaid of the LLC E bridge force was here Sunday- A B Akers was attending cou tho first of the week as n witness Mitchell Smyth has closed the singing school at the M Kchurch Our farmers are planting a con thisIspring Jeff Johnson of Stillwater was visiting his wifes parents hero over Sunday Crate Kincaid went over in th Primroso neighborhood Monday counting ties A C Easlin is putting his grist mill up near J D Olingers still for tho purpose of grinding for the still The candidates are thicker than grasshoppers in oat harvest in this county at present for the various county oflices Crit Cable Will Whisnmn and wife Daniel Booth and wife o Torrent were hero Sunday to hear tho close of the singing school We have been informed that TlIK BllKATHlTT COUNTY NEWS IS preparing to furnish tombstones for Tin Nuws correspondents who hare not been heard from of late Fearing that the editor wouldsend one to Fincastle wo thought wo wouldwrite a few lines once more our life It looks so nice to see a gang of young men come to church or a singing anti shoot and stagger about Luckily the drunken ones last Sunday did not belong to our vicinity and we would like to say word for their benefit You hndi como sober from this timo on or you may be numbered with J Hummans boarders before many moons TOUUI2NT Postmaster C S Bush went to Winchester on business last week Frank Kincaid was visiting rein ties near Fincastlo over Sunday W L Bush was in Winchester on business the first of tho week Jake Cable of Campton was I visiting a lair friend here Sunday John Phillips and Thomas Booth were at Stanton attending court tho first of tho week W A Jones of Kidgowood at tended circuit court at Stanton Tuesday and Wednesday Work on tho L d E depot i progressing rapidly Allof the tho framo work is up and some siding Its going to be a beaut + Daniel Booth section man was painfully injured in a hand cur ac cadent the first of this week and will bo laid up for repairs for a week C S Bush went to Clay City Monday to secure a pipe litter to repair water pipes of L Park Ho tel preparatory to opening the re sort for the summer season- sAt Mrs Linn Faulkners th boys and girls were given a party Saturday night Among others present were Misses Amanda Gil ley Ethel Faulkner Madgo Pow oil Maude Kincaid Susan Spen cer and Myrin Meadows John an Clifford Jones Howard James Clyde llumlield William 1Ic1 tosh and Allen Gluey and Mrs lltuliSof Booth All present thoroughly enjoyed themselves lcnoCltBlSILIg ofThe boys hIit work and livingrLuther Deaton spent Snturda with his uncle Dan Ailcman Wobtirn Will Amis anti Craig Combs le- n turned Saturday from a trip down riverMisses Dora McDaniel and Tilda Turner visited Miss Eliza Bowling Saturdays Mrs Mary Stidham has been very sick for the past few days but is better HowlingCc Deaton Saturday Mrs Ellen Bowling and daugh ter Mrs May Denton visited Mrs William Belcher at Elkatawa SundayA crowd of our boys and girls attended the closing exercise s of tho Withcrspoon College nt Buckhorn last Friday sGteen Strong representing a Virginia tobacco house passed through here Saturday on his wa Ito London SouuKr TOP rtliOUStit1U Irvine McDaniel has put up goods in E II Minnixs store house IHev Daniel McIntosh will preach at the school house at tho mouth of Spring Fork Sunday April 30th Jo Craft hadn fencing last Saturday and laid up 100 panels fiftlhoeA tree fell on Hiram Booker and Henry Mays at a working nt Arch Howards last Saturday but did not seriously hurt them Bum Fleenor Soils Tln iu It is said that n watch places under a hen will break her from setting It is said that several poultry raisers have purchases the 100 Ingcrsoll watches and liurposifa say the hen hears the ticking of the watch and thinks is is the chicks breaking the shell of the egg Georgetown News Winchester Court About 250 cattle on the market The best price obtained was tot one pair extra smooth work oxen weight 2920 Ibs at fie 10 500111 heifers brought 370 per cwt and were resold at 350 per cwt July delivery 10 yearling steerr wt 850 lbs brought 1937 20ayearling steers wt 500 Ibs 17 3 heifers wt 000 Ibs 2050 Quito n number were leftover un sold Col Hob IllackiMirii nil Editor The Stanton Herald an inde pendent newspaper edited and published by Col Robert Blackburn and Thomas Ogden Jr has reached our deskro wish the gentlemen much success in their journalistic efforts and fee safo in saying that if given tho proper support by tine people of Powell county the publishers will give them n readable paper Long may it float on the journalistic searC extend tothem our 327 liOU DtOno bunch of keys Colt on J S PKMIJKUTOX Jackson Ky Irdtuteil for IMunlcr of Slay Indictments wore returned Wed nesday in tho Bcattyvillo Circuits Court against W M John taut Berry Flinchcm charged with tho murder of Louis May an account of which was recently published in TUB Niws Fire Dostruys Storm nt Hazard S C Colwell Cos store at llanrd was burned lost Friday morning It was the largest and best store house in Hazard The bank building adjoining was con siderably damaged The fire is supposed to be of incendiary origin Special ItuUlir in Turner CIIHO Squire Allen of Whick has been appointed special bailiff to summon witnesses for the Com monwealth in the case vs John D Turner charged with tho murder Canoedfrom here to Beattyvillo and set lthnFh u CnUlHlllh The Legislative Committee of tho Ninetyfirst District composed of Morgan and Wolfe met at West Liberty Monday and called a pri mary on tho fifth of August There are live candidates as fol lows Judge J W Perry H W Lykinsntand J II Taulbce All of the candidates arc from Morgan county Kelly McGuire of Camp Christ was in Jackson Saturday Louisville is making great prep arations to entertain President Roosevelt next Tuesday Itqiulilicun Mass Meeting The Ilepublicnns of Brcathitt county are hereby called to meet in mass convention at tho courthouse in the town of Jackson on Monday April 3d 1005 for tho purpose of instructing delegates to the district convention to bo held at Beattyvillo on Thursday April Gth 1005 for tho purpose of nom tooting n Republican candidate for the 92nd Legislative district com posed of the counties of Brcathitt Leo and Magollin A largo at tendance is cordially requested to be present Jons C GitiFFmr Chairman 811NnY C 1 1 UUST Secretary CINCINNATI STOCK MAICICET CINCINNATI March 30CllttIe Market steady Fair to good shippers 1 40 to 5 25 butcher steClS5 10 com mon to fair 3 to 4 35 Hogs Market steady Good to choice packers 5 C5 common to choico heavy fat sows 4 25 to 1 85 light shippers 5 to 5 30 pigs 110 pounds and less 1 CO to 5 0Sheep extra 5 35 good to choice 1 75 to 5 25 common to fair J to 1 05 Lambs common to fair 5 25 to 7 25 idles good to choice C to Gjc common to rough 3 to 5jc CIIUJICII ANNOUiNCKMKXTS IKKSIIYTKUIAN CHUItOII Pastor W W Powell Services every Sabbath at 11 n m and 7 p in Sabbath school at 945 a m Prayer meeting every Wednesday at 7 p m 1IA1TIST OIIUISOII Pastor Rev R L Baker Services first and third Sundays in each month at 11 a m and 7 p m B Y P U meets each Sun night at G p in M K OIIUUOII SOUTH Pastor William J Morphis Services every Sabbath at 11 a m and 71 in Sunday school 930 m First Sunday Missionary day Epworth League 330 p m Missionary program last Sun day of every month Meeting of tho Council immediately proceed the regular business meeting the last Friday night of every month Midweek prayer service Wed nesday at 7 p in A DcHiiiictivo Fire To draw the fire out of n horn or heal a cut without leaving H scar mss DoVVitlg Witch hazel Salve A spec ilia tar piles Got tint Kenufno JL Tucker editor of tlie llnrmonizer Centre Ala writes I Imvo used DoWilta Witch Hazel Salve in my Toothy fur Piles cuts and burns It Is the best salve on the market Every family should keep It on hand Sold by MS Ornln WEDDING i PRESENTSo- uu STOCK or- I Fine Cut Glass j AND t Solid Silverware j 5 more complete than ever y K Uandsomo Cut Ciltuss Howls 5 jj large size Iso and upwards t Fine Heavy Tumblers SUe I ft and upwards i PIEINTZIJENEIEIl f K MAIS ST OIL IMIdXIX- K t LEXINGTON KY iJiZ i20 ti i1 SPECIAL ONE WAY COLONIST RATE TO TlI- KWest Northwest und CaliforniaVIA Southern l aihvay March 1st to May luth and Sup tem or luth to October list inclusive FROM LEXINGTON 3040 3790 3000 4040 To Melons Untie Inn coiula MIs +lIulRIIII ninny at her iusleruuiuullutt pubis To Spuknne UtmliiiuUu and many oilier inter inedlaiu HIIUH- Tii Sun Krnncl on Siion inento Im Angeles 81 1iegn and nil point It Unlirurtutu Also to PIin nix stud trescolt Arl zniir nod inierinediati paints To Portland Oregon Tn coma Unlilii liui Seat Ik Vitshl gluolaocuu v r H 0 Victoria H 0anti ninny III hll liolnu in Untlilnctdil Orouoii mud llrllibli Co liliubln The Sintlicrn Unihvny nTer th very Item sad most convenient jclutl nles fnim LexItiRon nnil LonUvIllH III pointi Wet Northwest and In Cull fornlul trnln ilnlly nun TexliiKlnH tl St Lend abloom ihu IIItlIIIIeliu nee u II chaug ul cars 111ItEOItNImint Vrlie fur Infonnntlon r v CREWS 11 A Lexington Ivy C II IIlTXGKltliQU U 1 A Louisville Ky on I Watches FOIL I CLOCKSSilverware Silver Novelties and nil kinds of iirstclaaa Jowolry vail on S D FLEENOIIf JEWELER AND OPTICIAN JACKSON KY SiltNy 5O YEARS- tEXPERIENCE L TRADC MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS ie handdacrtptlnnmaylnlcklkiTcntlon e pate + aonutrlctlyeonddenltab llandhuokonateuta aecurinvyatcntePatents Iftclatnatlee without charlie In the Scientific HtncricanHha- ndiomolr lllatr toj wreklf Ijtnett elr cnlatlun of any clantldo jouriml Term t3 a rear four raontbf L Uul4 brail neweilealom NewYprllrarth IDAy BROgJ4 i r r- ws ===== COMPANY Yo l I have the most complete stock of Jir Jt J I GENERAL Ta i MERCHANDISEj v lEver brought to Ta ksoilo Consisting IJ1r1J QOdlt IJ 11 Qt1OUSt eifo1ti qI Jttcdt fesJ oi VChHycthclinest line oi shoos in East ern Kentucky Our mens shoes are ofithe latesiHstvlc For the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy1 I f i THE LATEST DESIGNS IN MILLINERYThis Department is under the mantagement of Miss Margaret Basket who t can show you The Latest Style HatsIdirect from New York City AlsoiFASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS i In all the Latest Patterns and weaves Fresh from the Eastern Markets If you need any Mouse Furnishings or I FURNITURE a j We are the people you are looking for t A- We t have it by car loads to suit every body t 1 Come and see ustI I iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiH Prices Are All flout tt DAYBROSTJCOMPANY Jackson Kentucky ri ji i 1 r f The Brcathitt News IIIbIk41 ell Livery Krlilny I 1 C n Local and Personal rifyou wantnntcc Country Imam V KO to Iladdcnfi a Steptq Hart Ilros nt Reed ho inljoxinuton Early1t 4 eod Potatoes and Onion LC llntidcn r ifr alt 1 GIilrshy or LoI- Crer H lmsrting leis Carile- r teait I 1uirli of Sloven sanf was hero on business Wed iiesday Kojfnu 2700 Loser address U Uyrd Hospital College Louisville ICy Miss Klij Howling returned Sunday from n visit to her home on Longs Crook Mrs Prisoilla Strong is visiting Mrs Stephen Carpenter on Quick Blind this week Ohio llngins of Wilhursl was Iithe guest of Maud and Ethel Cope the first of limo week Mrs Jesse Spencer and Miss I iloniiio Hrndshaw made a flying to Winchester Monday In4CollitI idol his sister Sarah Collier Wont to Beat iyvlllo Tuesday returning suite r tiny Mrs Maudo Oillum of1Axing lon ciuno up Tuesday to visit her homo folks dipt H J Ewen and family Mrs Ellen llrynnt and Miss America Back visited their father II C Hack on Quicksand last Monday Mr and Mrs Ipo S Head re turned Monday from n visit to Hurgin and other points in con tral Kentucky n John Hays qr Simpson was hnro from SiiUirdny until Monday Bulling on fends and especially i 1 I Itelfl tIJioS Iudbee who has boon t ter lo rivtr for the paNt two g t tulle with log returned homo l the firs hr till y Mrs Lindon Thompson tanner I ly of this dace hut now of Ton nossec is visiting her parents Mr r rind Alit William lloskins loll Watts has just returned from tho city with n nico line of 4truss goods which ho is soiling al unheard of prices Call and see him KirstCliiss Photographs by Mrs lt1t Baker at Thompson Hoarding House Silo hits purchased n firstclass now photo graphing outfit After several days visit to Mr and Mrs William McDowell at Ashland Mr mid Mrs A S lien ry have returned to their homo at Jackson 1y1oxington London + Mrs Knmk Halo of Lexington and Mr and Mrs Spun Parks and two sons of Versailles wore the p guests of Capt and Mrs W H Hrndshnw from Saturday until Monday Glimpses of Palestine illustrated with stcroopticon views at tho Collage Chapel tomorrow night at 7JO oclock Admission free but a collection will bo taken to cover expenses N J George W Denton has moved from Whick to Lost Creek and f lots put up u store in the building t formerly owned by G P Strong near the mouth of Troublesome i Ho wns hero Wcdnondny and IT r parts he haw n good trade I 1 t f Mias Margaret ILiRkol has taUtui batre of the millinery dt pnlr nient of Pay BIOS store Slio viiil have the latest designs in millinery Miss Hisket needs no fashionloverstflinsHvlsloro of Peters l Ramsey I fQjvtho nas1lthree yeas r f i w Vi1 pnro Itlwmds the nearest c 1 ruSlico of tho Penco tp tho court liouso being dead and 1nmcs liar k gis the acting county judge being in jail in Lexington charged With complicity in the murder of James Cockrill Squire William tiriilltli tho next nearest Justice of tho Peacofo the court house presided rCJlllnllcount 11 JllRTUS tBorn to Mr and Mrs II C Hurst on March 21th a boy Ho tipped the bean at 10il Liquor Petition Filed A petition was filed last Monday before Brock Combs acting Justice of tho Peace and acting Judge signed by what is claimed to ho twentyfive per cent of tho legal voters of the town of Jackson preparatory to asking to have an election called to ascertain whether license shall be granted for the sale of spiritous vinous or malt liquors in the town of Jackson Kurthor action on tho petition o bo taken later Bred Comlis Succeeds Edwards Hreclc Combs was commissioned by Jov Hecklmm as Justice of time Peace to succeed tho late J W Edwards deceased Ills ap pointment came as n surprise to tho people here us the law requires that nil vacancies in tho alike of Tustico of the Pence shall be tilled by order of the county court No order of appointment hind Item ovule out Acting Judge William Uriflilh allowed him to execute bond on last Monday and ho is now acting as Justice of tho Peace for this IlistrictNoaPrial for Jett The Court of Appeals on last Saturday reversed the case of Cur tis Jott vs tho Commonwealth This is the case in which ho was given tho death sentence for time murder of James Cockrill Jett in now in the penitentiary serving n life sentence for the murder of J B Marcum The Court reversed in tho grounds first that tho tes timony of J L McCoy as to what John Patrick said about Jett at tho time of tho shooting of Cock rill was incompetent and prom dicial to the rights of Jet t second that the lower court erred in not granting Jett a continuance under the peculiar circumstances existing in Harrison county when the case 41ls011101 for trial All Pools Day Tomorrow April 1st will be n tiny of fun jokes and pranks en joyed alike by oldand young Many n thoughtless one will be trapped and greeted with April Uooh It will be tho small boys dfllfljnTTo throw before tho travelers eye n package or a i rocket hook to which is attached string anti just as tho finder is about to pick up the treasure it disappears mill again April Fool is heard amid shouts of laughter Tho tele phono will play an important part in time fun of the day and every oonceivablo mecums of fooling the people will bo used So let all miter into tho harmless spirit of the lily and let no one get offended at tho sport Prof Saxon Is It A largo audience greeted Prof Kklward Saxon of the Central University at the College Chapel last Friday night Prof Saxon is ono of tho best speakers and most uicccssful impersonators that over appeared before a Jackson audi jnce Beginning with tho master piece of Mark Twain Tho Interview for nearly two hours he held the audience almost entranced with choice selections most skil fully rendered Ills readings were interspersed by a number of songs by Miss Hay of the music do twrtmenl Miss Reese of tho col logo faculty anti Mrs Girton tho lost ono being a trio Prof Saxon vos accompanied by Dr ItII itlnnton Vico President of Cen tral University MAItltlAtiES The following marriage licenses have been issued during the past weekR W Edwards and Miss Annie rooton both of Jackson Richard Noble and Miss Poco hontns Watts both of Ned Joshua Neace of Ned and Miss America Campbell of Noble Georgo I lensley and Mrs Pheoba McQuinn both of Rousseau James Turner of Pearl roe and Miss Mary Trent of Wilhurst Noah Row of Hendricks and Miss Corn Taulbee of Taulbce Thomas Lovely of Rousseau anti Miss Mary Alice Joseph of hays Robert Harvey of Lambric and Clcrimlu Hoimshell of Smith Branch E P Landrum Deputy County Clerk visited his mother at Robs last Sunday Vh n r SPHIN1iiM g j And now the pinkarbutus I Is smiling fronVtha sod And tho happy birds are singing Their hymns of praise to God The gentle breeze is blowing Tho sky is bright and blue All nature is so joyful Then why not mo and you 1 K 11P nteJtlinrMarch 28th with n delightful tea in honor of Mrs Gibsons mother Mrs Bee from Toronto Canada The invited guests were Itnnd Mrs F W Fletcher of Jackson Miss Jessie Warren of Toronto Miss Margaret Dnvicss of George town Ky told Mrs Agnes Pat terson of Cynthiana Ky A delightful evening was spout with music by the hostess and an interesting conversation by the host After spending the evening so pleasantly all were loathe to leave May Mrs Beo be spared to enjoy tho blessings of life for ninny years limo Hnrgls Cases Judge Parker of the Fnyetto Circuit Court rendered his opinion on the motion of the Hargiscs and Callahan for bail in tho Faycltc Circuit Court on last Monday morning holding James Hargis Klbert Hargis and Kd Callahan without miln1ltl allowing Alex Hargis bailin the sum of 15000 which he gave with J F Van Deren John Flood Gus Straus and Joseph Skain as bondsmen The trial was set for next Tuesday by agreement of the attorneys on both sides fudge Parker in rendering his decision said Gentlemen in time matter of bail in tho Hargis case I have made as thorough consideration of the ques lion ns it is possible for mo to do As to tho law it seems to ine to be this that it is n capital charge that is n charge which tho penalty may bo capital punishment if nothing but the indictment exists tho law presumes that tho crime was committed by those charged witli it and bull is not allowed InVnumbcrof cases it has been held flint in such proceedings time defense must introduce its tcsti mony first heldathnt tho burden of proof was on tho Commonwealth nnd I think this case was heard properly There are some facts in this milt tcr about which there is no dispute I do not desire to sutra up this tes Alimony and want nothing that I may say at this time to be construed hereafter when these cases are call ed for trial as nn expression of the guilt or innocence of tho defend colts So far ns tho testimony in this case and in tho Brit ton case is con cerned tho killing of Cockrill was without provocation It was lone openly in day light in the streets of Jackson There can bo no doubt about tho nature of tho crjmo The indictment of tho grand jury of it self ought to have great weight with tho judge in matter of bail but greater weight should bo given time testimony There is no clnim on the part of tho Commonwealth that any ono of tho defendants actually fired time shots so tho mat tar goes ns to whether they wore present when tho shots were lived assisting anti abetting or whether they wero accessories before the filet In either event if they are guilty they mime equally guilty with those who did actually lire tho shots Ono thing is apparent in my mindand that is that lames Cucln ill was in Jackson for one day only when ho was shot and there is no evidence of any kind tending to show thnt tho defend ants had any knowledge that he intended coming to Jackson A ii Hargis was not in nelson the day of tho shooting nnd I have made up my mind that A IL Ilni gis is entitled to bail and without summing up the evidence I will re fuse bail to tho other three defend mints This case is of such importance that the Court ought to subordi ante nil other cases to this one Its importance docs not arise from the nature or seriousness of tho crime charged or tho prominence of those accused but because of tho serious charges made against tho civil government of Brcathitt county Tho Court of Appeals tins held thnt this court has juris diction of these cases nnd I am de termined to give tho case nn imrapi diato trial THELONGLOOKEDFOI TIDE HAS COME But n glent blessing hits per manently comi to Jivson viz T R EL8EESINEW CASH STORE S I I io fall in lino nod glut blessing which MONEY YOU Goods newand fresh ns 0 t The prices Cash or MKNS SUITS 12 00 Suits now 8 49 1100 749 10 00 800 54U 1IDoe 349- S 00U 2W i llJN 4 4 00 H i 2 a fiO A 2 74od 3 119f U 1CS 2 rO u rX r 1 74 00U 1 Int 1 59 Li 1 19 SJMfNS IIA1S 3 00 lints now 1 98 2 GOU 174 200U Ut 1 1 49 1 50U f 119 100 f j1 41ItLADIES SKIRTS 4 00 Skirts 08 3 00u 1 D8 2 fOU u 1 74 2 00U u 1 49 100 1 j9 square interest Tryas Y G nionoy DEATH RILL Taylor Campbell Campbell Creek Wilsons typhoid Samuel Grigsby near Creole suddenly seemed bo hearty short before about Sunday tomorrow afternoon oclock College Chapel Were nipf CIlIrturners will toll L norms GiirEAPEir they bought hoforo anywhere THE OF- SATISFACTION 2Ireceive meansI TO Spring jR BLACKE QLEA N- SWEEP SALEFollowipq are produce x019 SIIOKS 41J now2 Tuesday STORE OUOCICHIICS 2 lbs Arbncklos Coffee 2 bags 18c Collfio now Tomatoes per citn D- Apples per can Peaches per 0111yKraut lTobacco a ttrilststlOcSyhij per ipijlpl aBc MENS PAIRS srI rantfiuowr 8 4 iYf 0d18- a 2 50 a 1U4U n 12rff BOYS SUITS 3 now92 1 2 1rOO sa 150 11J LADIES SHOES 8 Slices now2250f2 00f 13 150 111 Rubber Roots closed out nt 1 Wo working hart for and if dcnling and very low prices will you suro to get it Cones amid entire wants of us will the work of live Very respectfully C KELMANJACKSON BARGAIN HOUSE = 5252S252525i525 5252S2S252S2S252525252ccs 5252S1 01 R M SHELY W H LIT- TLE4TTLEj m im SlIEL MAXUFACTUKKHS AND DKALKIiS IV GRANITEI and TombstonesSatis- faction guarauleetl Call or writo for prices amid save by buying from us rn 22 V13AUS BXPI CEm1 JACKSON BREATHlTl COUNTY sacs s serrs25a25asa sEsasEsagrs2252Sas2s THE of J E of Lost died nt A C on South last week of fever Mrs who tho mouth of Lost died last very Sue to well nnd until just n time her death She wns 82 years old Tho school convention will convene at 230 in tho tY r ovory my you can buy v J turn over thorn 4 this for c 17 iSlc Uc Ie L 00 4ft nn J o aji 00 1 fla ff 1tnff 148- i so 1 1 II J u 50 Suits 21 300 1 98 BO f 74 7V7rrs rJU CO 24 1 85 ff 2f pairs of to be t 00 are your trndo vroaiv buy your Four dollars do horo = a r IUI i- ls son Fork lived V1 YKUTISI3I II5TTKU LIST ILUtof iinclnlinid nintter ndvertisul by Dnniei P Ilnrst pnslnuister nl InckRon ICy Alnroh Mill and sent to the dent letter ollloont UtisliiiiRlnn 0 0 for the week ending April 12ib 1005Ainburfioy Danhil Hustwiek Tmm 1IIICkJ n IlrashPiiMJ M Oobb Mr fi Mrs Gomto Ilortio Croon Iro Olllinn Wesley Kilburn i tin Long Miss Jennie MayOrcd Mifliilosh Mrs Ilni- Iatton Wlllinm Smith Ltzi Seoul MH It O Sinmllfer Smnnel IVrry Sam Thurmnn Cel tie Thomn II F Wlliiams Mniid Wlllinms Daisy Wolf W 0 John Craft of Rousseau was hero on business Wednesday I tIiII stA P RfiWFORb JAMES IIR0p W A F CYONr Loole 9Jeore r You Purchase7 Say did you know wo Lad the NI T INf OF OODS II TOUfN You can spend money anywhere but when it cornea down to now l1pto lease the drdPhave it SHOESAll mantle to fit well and wear well nobby and dressy and as cheap ns othors suit old shop worn stuff Itis Not possible for jU fillY dcnlur in the country to offer bettor goods at tho saute t 1 price Ask any lady in town where to buy your i Dress Goods and Notions Tho verdict is unanimous Truly your friends A1 CRAWFORD CO l l r Jfoniucky jiu II IiVVVV Ladies Fine Shoes II j Cut Of Vamps in iNo Shoes r I ii 4- re t fon SAIEllYJ A Pr Crawford Co o 8 t FOR SALE Pure bred Golden Bronze TurkeysWhilc Pekin Ducks Cornish Indian Game nnd Single Comb Brown Leghorn ChickensEggs for Hatching in season Plnco your orders early Our eggs are guar anteed to bo strictly fresh and from wellmated puro bred fowls OIR PRICES ARE TOT m LM M Hag nsI uERY caw 13AjEs TO WEST alJd souC5tnUEST VIA Southern Railway mw J row round trip rates every llrat end thinl TUESDAY in each month VKUY OIIEM ONE WAY AND HOUND TRIP HATES March 21 April 4 and 18 TWO TltI S DAILY IIRTCI IKXINC5TON AND ST LOUIS CiINIIlIAIIOiItSOnly No cloud a of1nr lHEE UESI lixin ton null lire Weft yiA SOUrilEHN HAI1WAY Write for T W InrormnlonJ111 E W H Henderson Ayres Street Opp Poet Ollho LKXINOTON KY DKAIKll IV Grain Seeds Teed Wlient Hy Harley Omits ami Corn RrntuolcyIalnoOrn Hay Straw Hill Feed H c bya l r + r iiiIi Ir f UPTONOW Printing I TUB NKWS has added new faces of typo to its job de partment nnd is prepared to do printing of evcrv description tho way it be done such ns LETTER HEADS ENVELOPES BILL HEADS STATEMENTS SHIPPING TAGS TIE RECEIPTS MINUTES CAKDS LABELS CIRCULARS INVITATIONS PROGRAMS ETC A neat job nnda fair price always guaranteed Try us if you want pleased LWorkbox ill promised GUARDyour Hour only1io most health fill cereal pro amtioa is Hour nag tam most healthful Hour is HANSFIELDS BEST PATENT =A X I- Mountain Lily Milled bywator power from the very btst selected wheat on porefWo say MANSFIELDS is tho finest Hour made but we dont expect you to take our youhoweverWo know it will bo enough to mnko you a firm fast friend of MANSFIELD FLOUR- s uy from your Sroeoryman U C MANSFIELD SON ROSSLYN KY j r f II 1I 7W EBEN UOUN + Dy JIIRVING DACHELLERC- opyrfQM i 1900 by Lothrop PUWtehtr0 bmpan- yCUAPTrR II nl hoard no more of the voices Uncle EU had brought nn urns fun of wood and HOIIIP water in the teapot while 1 was skiping As soon us the ruin had passed he stood listening awhile and shortly opened his knife and made a little clearing In the coru by cutting a few hills Weve got to do It he said er we cant take any comfort an the iiinn tot me I could have nil the corn I wanted Did you see him Uncle EM I remember asking Yes ho answered whittling In the dark I saw him when I went out for the water an It was he tol me they were after us Ho took a look at the sky after awhile and remarking that ho guessed they couldnt see hU smoke now be gan to kindle the fire As It burned up he stuck two crotches and liuuj his teapot on a stick that lay In them so It took the heat of the game na I had 1 seen him do lu the morning Our grot to In tho corn was shortly as cheerful as any room In a palace and our fire sent Us light Into the long aisles that opened opposite and nobody could see the warm glow of It but ourselves Well her our supper said Uncle Eb as he opened a paper and spread out the eggs and bread and butter and crackers Roll Jest hev our supper an by an by when every ones abed well make tracks In the dirt I can tell yeOur supper over Uncle Eb let me look at his tobacco box a shiny thing ot German sliver that always seemed to snap out a quick farewell to me be fore It dived into his pocket lie was very cheerful and communicative and Joked a good deal as we lay there watt ing In the firelight I got some fur ther acquaintance with the swift learning among other things that it had no appetite for the pure in heart Why uotr I Inquired Well said Uncle Eb its like this the meaner tho boy the sweeter tho meatHo sang an old song as he sat by the tire with a whistled Interlude between lines and the swing of It even carries me back to that far day In th Holds I lay with my head in his lap while ho was singing I went asleep after awhile In eplt of all right in the middle of n story The droning voice of Uuclo Kh and the feel of his hand upon my forehead call ed me back blinking once or twice hut not for long The tire was gone down to a few embers when Uncle Kb woke me and the grotto was lit only by d sprinkle of moonlight from above Mos 12 oclock ho whispered Hotter be oft The basket was on his back and h was all ready I followed him through the long aisle of corn clinging to the toll of his coat The gqldcn lantern of the moon bung near the zenith mill when we came out in the open we mutt see Into the far fields I climbed Into my basket at the wall and as Uncle Eb carried me over the brooK stopping of a tint rod midway to take a drink I could see the sky In the water and I seemed as It a misstep would have tumbled me into the moon Hear the crickets holler said Uncle Eb as he followed the bank up lot the open pasture What makes cm holler I asked Oh theyre jes hum their saws an thlnkln Mcbbe tcllln o whats hair- penelem Keen a hard day for them little folks Terrible Hood Iii their country Every one on em lied t git up a steeplo quick s lie could or be drownded They hey their troubles an they talk bout cm too What do they file their saws for InquiredI know said he where they timbers thick an they hev haw work clearln t mock a home I was getting too sleepy for further talk He made his way from field to fleW stopping sometimes to look oT at the distant mountains mid thou at the sky or to whack the dry stalks of mul ten with his cane I remember he let down some bars after a long walk and stepped Into a smooth roadway He stood resting a little while his basket on the top bar and then tho moon that I hall been watching went down behind the broad rim of his hat mud I fell into utter forgetfuluess Sly eyes opened on a lovely scene at daylight Uncle Eb had laid me on a mossy knoll in a bit of timber and through an opening right In front of us I could see a broad level of shining water and the great green mountain on the farther ShUN seemed to be up to its belly Jn the sea Hello there said Uncle Eb Hero we are at Lake Chauiplaln I could hear tho lire crackling and smell the odor of steeping too Vo Hopped round Ilko a Ash In thct basket said Uncle Kb Guess ye must a been dreamln o bears Jump ed so ye scalrt me Didnt know but I had a wllcat on my shoulders Uncle Eb had taken a flab line out of his pocket and was tying It to n rude polo that he had cut and trimmed with his jackknife Ive found some crawflsh lucre ho said an Im goln t try fer a bite on the pJnt o rocks there Gain t sit some fish Uncle Eb I inquired Wouldnt sayt I was er wouldnt sayt I wasnt he answered Jos go In t try- Uncle Eb was always careful not to commit himself on a doubtful point lIe had fix his hook IIIrockygave a Jerk that brought a groan out of him and then let his hook go down his hands his face 8lfercIthet time He Jerked agalupresently anti thcu T f a I r Make Money j In CaliforniaIf you are industrious and capable you ctn make money there The big ranches are brealting up into small farms that need more workers to care for the increased product The towns and cities are prosperous because the country is prosperous are great valleys of the richest soil is America wailing for you Ifou have a little capital you can own one of these small farms ourself or you cnn rent one on shares and pay for it out of the product in Q few ears Vie will send you descriptive booklets and folders riving full information about tho money making opportunities for every membc of the family You want to see what the country is rnlly like you can go there work n few months enjoy the delightful climate the flowers fruit and scenery and earn enough to pay your expenses both Ways by taing advantage of the I Bargain RatesEvery Day March 1 to May 15 I 33For oneway colonist tickets Correspondingly rduced rates from utmost any point East The trip Is easily and comfortably made via tho Rock Island Two routesono through New Mexico the other through Colorado Through tourist carshours quicker than any other line Double daily tourist service via El Paso triweekly via Colorado Diningcar service and free reclining chair cars both routes The Rock Island has representatives throughout the United States they are travel experts and can save you money You can have their assistance in Arranging the California trip for the asking Consult your homo ticket agent or write to the undersigned for our California book and complete folder Across the Continent in a Tourist Sleeper madej Iwe Jump A big fish came thrashing into the air in a minute He tried to aned the halt got a fresh hold of the water and took the end of tho pole under Uncle Eb gave It a lift then that brought it ashore troll a good bit of 1atcr with it I remember how the fish slapped me with Its wet tall and bea tween my boots It was a big bass and in n strife while we hind three of them Uncle Eb dressed them and laid 1them over tic lire on a gridiron o green birch salting them as they cook ed I remember they went with a flua relish and the last of our eggs and bread and butter went with them Our breakfast over Uncle Eb made me promise to stay with Fred and the basket while he went away to Und a roan who could row us across In about an hour I heard a boat coming and tile otr rocks where we saw Uncle Eb and an other mint heading for us half over tho cove The low bumped the rocks be strapo ger dropped his oars and stood storing at me and the dog Say mister said he presently cant go no further Theres n reward offered fur you an that buy Uncle Eb called him aside and was talking to him a long time I never knew what was said but the caino at last and took us into the and the stranger was very friendly When we had come near the landin on the York state wide I remember lie gave us our bearings Keep t1 the woods he sold 1111 youre out o harms way Dont go near the stage road for awhile 1ell find a store a little way up the mountain lit yer provisions there an about eighty rod further yell strike the trail Itll take ye over the mountain north vn t Paradise road Then take the White church on ycr right shoulder an 1 straight west- I would not Intro remembered It so well but for the fact that Uncle Eb wrote it all down lu bls account book fluid that humus helped me over many a slippery place In my memory of those event At the store we got sonic crack ore and cheese ten nod coffee dried beef and herring a bit of honey and n loaf of broad that was sliced anti liut terod before It wax dune up We were off in the woods by 0 oclock according to Uncle Ebs diary raid I remember time trill led us Into thick brush where I had to get out and walk it long way It was smooth underfoot however and at noon we canto to a slush In the tutu her full of brier that were all plow with big lilnekberrlw We filled our hats with them mud Uncle Eb until a spring beside which we built a lire and had n memorable meal that made mo glad of my hunger Then wo spread the oilcloth and lay down for another sleep We ioiild seethe glow of thjMWtMng Bintthrough the tree lops when wo woke and begun our lucking Well her t hurry said Uueje Eb er well never gut out o the woods tnlKbt 8 bout six mile er more t Paradine road CM I muck It Cone yer Rlowern n toad In n tar barrel We hurried ofT on the trail anti I re member Kred looked very crestfallen with two big packagx tied to his eolI 10Iwas a little out of patience that even bug and I thought he bore down too dogIhim ycr dinner H1 From Chicago 30 Remember the Rock MMH runs more totirUt can to California than any other route Many of them are of rho hated pattern with wide windows end UrMory erd toilet rooms for both men and women unutually luja and completo in their apcicUnenU Cut out tLiadrt60emont Till In spaces below end mail to JOHN SEBASTIAN PaucEztr Traffic Musaeer Rock Ulan j System = CHICAGO Please sendIe rates of foe to California and tIme lesaao your illustrated v California book and full information about your new service I expect to leavo for California about and would like Information abou AMlhWTlUS1 Name Addreu cut Mate n IIt was gloaming fast In the thick and Uncle Eb almost row with I rite while the way was plait The lust ringing note of the wool thrush had I diet away and In a little while It was Iso dark I could distinguish nothing but tho looming mass of tree trunks He stopped suddenly and strained his cyoti In the dark Thou lie whistled a slmrpslldlng note nod till sound of It gave me some hint of his trouble 11Olt down Willie wild he an tok my Im frald were lost hero 11 the Mg woods- f We groped about for n minute trying to find the trail Xo use he said presently well hev t stop right here Oughtur known bettern t come through a near su down Guess it wax inoren anybody could do He built a tire and began to lay nut n supper for us then while Fred sot down by me to bo relieved of his bun dies Our supper wax rather dry for we had no water but it wits only two hours sluice we loft the spring so we wore not suffering yet Unele Eb took out of the tore n burning brand of pine and Went away into tho gloomy woods holding it above ills head while Fred nod I sat by the fire 41 S lucky we tllilnt go no further he said as ho came in titter n few min rates Theres n big precplec over yonder Dunno how deep tis Guess a found out party soon ylie cut some boughs of hemlock grow lug near us and spread them In a little withgsat by the tire Uncle Eb had a serious look and was not Inclined to talk or story telling Before turning In he asked me to kneel and say my prayer as I had dune every evening at the feet of my mother I remember clearly kneeling before my old companion nail hearlug the echo of my small voice there in the dark and lonely woods- I remember too and even more clear ly how he bent his head mil covered hula eyes in that brief moicit I Und a grew dread of darkness nod iniglned ninth evil of the forest but somehow I hind no fear If he were near me When wo hail fixed the fire and lain down for the night on the fragrant hemlock and It teas a bill bust covered ourselves with tho shawl Uncle Eb lay on one side of me and old Fret on the other so I felt secure In deed Time night lied many voids there In time deep wood Away In tho ills tanco I could hear a strange wild cry and I asked what it was and Uncle Eb whispered back S a loon DOI1I the side of the mountain a shrill Lark rang iu the timber and that wasa for according to my patient oracle Anon we heard the crash and thunder of a fniiLI tree njwl flnjuriuux that follow V ISt cil In the woke of the last who IIlB tree fallln said Uncle Kb ns he lay gaping It Ins t hrcak a cant the ground an It must hurt 11 1 notice how time woods tremble I f 130 was up Whore thorn wo could soc hole tbet tree hIll mode Jen Ilk open grave till the other hey fillet It with their tops My cars had soup loot with draws noes when n quick stir In flue body 01 Uncle Kb brought me hack to my senses Hr wax tip on Ids elbow lie toning and tjie firelight had sunk to n Clluiiner Fret lay shivering and growling beside luc I could hear no other Kound lie soil sold Iuele Kb as he nasal the losrt sass llicn he roso foul 1re gnu to stir the fire mid lay on more wood As tho Jlanw leaped and threw Us light Into the tree tops a shrill cry like the scream of a frightened woman only louder and more terrible toliear brought me to my feet crying I knew the source of It was near us and mu to Uncle Kb In a fearful panleI- IUHh boy said he as It tiled away nail went echoing In the fur forosl 111 take core o you Dont be satin lIes more frald nv us than we are o him UCH miikln oil now We hoard then n great crackling ol dual brush on thu mountain above ua It grew fainter nil we listened In II little while the woods were spent Its the ill unarm o the wooIn salt Undo Kb Ka out takln a walk Will 1ehuurt folks I Inquired Tow lie answered Jen1 an harm less us a kitten TOBC CONTINUED Out Oil Cheap lie miiy well think ho Imp pot un chenp who nflcr ltivlnj nonlrnclci nonstfpation or iiidlgeftthin iH Stull nbli tn l urfcolly rnl rn his lieulih Nntli hug will do title litirUr mia NeK- idfa Pill 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