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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, April 7, 1905. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1905 bre1905040701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Breathitt County news: n. Friday, April 7, 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. iREATHITf COUNTY 1 EWS I I t J Vi8K HAUINB Editor and Publisher AIsKWfliAiKis DKVOTKD 10 TIiF INTKKESTS oF EASTKUX 1nu Kr d ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADnNCICI I fo t Volume ty = I = Jackson Kentucky Friday April 7 1905 h n Number 25 III I ri 11 J jwtllaccept ndvurtisunlonts Oil n IIRrnllty that our parlor Ilse IIItnrrlt1riOlIl1t of IIIIYUlpor pulmshtxl Our paper goes to ov ortlost olllco in Perry County nndaluioat every ono in leo Ma gollln Owsloy Wolfe and Knolt titntiti If you want to roach tlioinoiin lain tfiulu try nn ml in tho HKKATII irr COUNTY NEws 1I II PRICEo u LOWERQMlttjr uitUori Ibi say Mkcr e Needles Oil Repairs rOil AU MUM AT SINGER S TORE Needles Sea Package Southeast oornnr Main nnd llroadwnv Strvots JACKSON KYi eUY THE t a at E Dtfort You Piirchau Any Other Writ KJ NEW HOME ItWINQ MACHINE COMPANY sv onA ac MAss ewing MuninI ar mad to ull regud lIulllnwJW 4 miWiwma Machhs to suit amt conditions andlatlhjINHold by hnrld diMlrm uiily rON SALE BV James M Richardson t Co- icnonil Agents Electric Hds CIBIUAXI 0 WantedOwn riiounjiul Men and Women to PPM thu Civil Service Mxuminnlion for the follow itif Unitrd Blnlii Oovrrn ment positions NAME OF POSITION jllIrtllwllt Ifnutefl Ago IJmlii 2O nod over Clerk Male or 1cmnto Stenographer Malt or Female Htfnogrnpherniul Tjn writerMale n Female Bookkeeper Male or Femnla Hnllwny Mall Clerk Ace 18 to W Tagger 20 and over Custom house Itrancli Ago Iliultilo and over Pay Inspector Clerk Mhle or Female Assistant Weiglier 1lassenFcr Sampler Internal Revenue Ilrnhcli i Clerk AK Mntlt I niul over danger SlurekcPl1prJ+ Olerk Male or Female 18 to 45 Clerk Carrier Fur Information as lo requirement AUrenCJ Box 5S Lexington Ky tSffR1LIJeaind II + iIiAry tSTfVRN ILl7J Ielol yA euId n itaUoo eIItblInwtttetliuleYuumIIanyn- ntUnwlala71iVlNS uli IILz KAHOBJ oJ- UK ef ucts lluutatf ITS A STEVENSI W uIn ION nPA11114lwou14 UeemldanuwlnyeOur Rifles from 3000 1150 Pistols from 250 to 50 shotguns from 750 lo 35 tl 10r aJ Imui IMCT PAIL la tm Gr aeWalIiytaauwstuuloQItb p AdaMarmJluUrr ml aural L all loen M I lll liljiaireeU ifvU IMeme In Ux of null IwltIwrt mud- WeJ +w eI1t of1 u 4 inn Luny W l r- I r uHIT Tim MARKith cKiiLu nit Urn aotlt1111 Li uullol PKIil lnoctr J STEVEN ARMS O TOOL COP a BOX 4001 rOHIOJPCB piVALLSYAaareRA Tom White Tnkcn to the Pen Tom White who IIIIR liocn ill the Covinulon jail since his trial at Cyntliiarm lust year and whose sentence to lifo iinprisoninont tot the ninnler of J It Murcnm vas allirniod liy till Cotiii of Appeals was taken to thin Frankfort pen tcntiary instInesdny- CIiURCtI ANNOUNCEMENTS Ifpynlnr sorviers nt the Presley tcrian nnd Mctlunlist lunches next Sniulay morning at the usual hour The pastor of the Presbyterian church will preach n Speainls0r ilin on lads Conditions for n heist llivivnl The lest is 11 Citron TH Conie mill thus put yourselves in lino fur lolls rich bliissinjf Communion services nt hthOt dist Church conducted by Her E U 1L Mann 1rcsidin Elder of the Lexington district Union ser4res ofall church s Sunday night at the college climb for the purpose of loolcinj to the union revival miiitintr bejjiiniiiH during the followintr week This service will be conducted by Rev Maim Let everybody route in the spirit of prayer and of consc cration that 001 may use us in power and save our town Servi tOM begins nt 7510 Queer Indictments Though neither fired n shot two jtildictc1Imurder in the Andernon feting who was ncci dentallv killed by his falhor John Voniip roaidintrnear Dwiirf hsl December nn account of whiufi utiII Il lilli John Kelly and John Sexton broke into the Young residence a few nights before last Christmas fhtIIIOiliU through thu dour In the mean time AnderHon Young hind gone around the house to the kitchen hoar to proiiro n gun Ilia father sprang into thu kitchen bynn other door and thinking his son was out of tho rohhurt seized tho gun nnd fired only to find ho had killed his son Kelly and Sexton tho two rob burs made thoir escape in the dark ness hut wore arrested the nejct tiny mutt lodged in jail nt Hind man and hold to answer to tho Knoll county grand jurywliIeh instead of thoiu for the urimo they actuaI3 did commit indicted them for tho resjionsi bility of the murder of tho boy Apparently tho jurors reasoned that hind tho mot not brokon into tho houso the son would not Imo hetn mistaken by his father for ono of them and thus lost his life For n Weak Digestion Nn medlcliiH cnn replace food but JlinmliOrlnliiiStiim and lIverTuli iota will help yoi digest your roods ll n not the quantity of food llml ivui strength aiil vigor lo Ihu system hint tint nmonnt dines to1 mind nssinil Inted If truublCd with it wenlc dices tutu dont fall to Rive these rnhl11I1t tilt Thoiuands have been liwnelllted by their me They pulp cost u quarter Fur sale by Thu Incksnn Drug Co TIlE S1MUNU PAINTING Isol no little importanco to owners of property IptoDato painters lel the use of Green Seal Liquid Taint becauso of its oxlremo purity For sale by MS Grain Tho State Hoard of Valuation and Assessment lixed tau franchise value of tho Iuxington k Knutorn niilway nt SlUSRIM which Sit 500 per milo look on California 60 pncos 70 Illnnirnlliins lt rilies CnUornin and liui route uteri Chlca KI Militiiiikm nnd SI Innl Uniuri lneffit mull Smiheni Itcim Line Thle is I Ion route of The Oveilnnd Mmited Leaves Union ISIS enger Htiiiion Uhlfnist 0Vi r M dully Ar rves Son Frunoisio Ihu Ihlrd Lilly in iimt fur dliinur Jnlifornia bunk sent rill 0 rents poftnuo I A Mlllnr leiierul Iussenuer Agent Clilcniro or V S HiKvrllSSl llnmdwtiy New York TIlE OUEKN SEAL PAINTS Stand thinning with i pro Lin seetl Oil ami are therefore moro economieul thanothorpaints Read directfuusonhoveryae nge Sold IJ IlL y 1l1n 4 ll r The Printers Weakness It was uric of those combination printing offices whore the printers set typo mnko up forms in ono and tho editors work nt tables in the othur On tho dayof tho tragedy a hobo printer had been put on because it was press duly and therewas n lot ofstuff to ret up The hobo walked ovoj to time copy hook Ruth grabbed n take titter looking nt it a moment a imiilo illuminated his furrowed face Uy George It ho remarked Thats good Tho unusual remark caused everything 11 in the editorial end to stop short If you know UIIJ thing about printers 011 know it is out once in years that thug up provo of anything tlioyset up upuuturestedlygathured around the hobo and looked at his copylud confirmed his judgment Then tho follow ing occurred Rumritr tho writers Tlio OlrlnfhTllntI mye litor ial on the Reef Trust theyare reading Dont tell mo any moro that printers are not discrimina ting News Edjtorlht you a 10 cent cigar you are wrung That stuff tl nJfunny story 1 got up about that breach of promise suit wo had in court tho other day I know it would fetch em catieo it is n warm number if I do swyso my suit mud The Society Etlitn03IIOfnil time conceit If you folks luau good tired you would notice that trio printer has a pink piece of paper in hula hands tumid that is tho quality I used in writing up Visa Gallaghers welding 1 put some time on the story and huda description of tho bridos costume and the floral decorations Inlll curtain that is whnt ho is suiting up limo Sporting IalitorVon puoplu mako mo tired What do yon siipposo printers care about a lot ofroll about trust IHIJ trill f1m1 Ah i i tales about wedding Nosir they dont care for anything but good solid reading Now that tramp printer is IwttillgUIII ac count of tilt prize fight that was pulled off last night laid which was ono ot thu prettiest scraps of the season Why thero wins blood from ouu end of tho ring to tho other and when they carried Jeffries out hoI looked like ho had been struck Uy npilo driver Inun not very wealthy but my opinion of print ors good judgment is such that I will wager toysalaryy against a soda pop that that is tho very gent that is causing tho commotion among tho printers soIalii II suppose you go rind get the copy is null bring it mho sportin editor jumped up and walked briskly to thu othqr mud of tho roots Ho reached over the small cap boxes and got the sheet of paper and looks nt H homelyfaceand this is what ho road Jholowilihongmlllrreu nrdayotcuing Tho band huts Leen engaged and a company of specialty artists will assist in mak hug the time pleasantly to yon Comb could bring your friends No charge for what you hear and for what you eat Adozon barrels of beer on trip Tho Tiger Vill Set cult upas often us ntyant At thu conclusion a customer canto in and naked for the foreman of tho shop also stating he lint a jolt lie wanted donu inn rush liothnlg1lialur only means tint printers quick whim you ask him to havo n drink GREEN SEAL PAINT gOOlIrwssIor Chamberlains Conuli Koniedy thc HiNt unit Most Popular Mothers buy It for crutpy chidron railroad men buy It fur severe cough- and elderly people buy it for la grippe any Moore Hros Kldoh Iowa We sell more of Chamberlain Coujh Heinedy limn any other kinil It seem to have taken tha lend over several other good brands II There fA no ques lion bU this medicine Is the best that can be procured for coughs and colds whether It he a child or an adult that is IfI lelelt Ft always euros and cureA quickly Sold by The Jugkson Drug Ci Ats r I T 111 TilE SPlllNil FEELING vjirnN rail rue xiwsJ I can feel the spring n coning 1 can feel it in my bones I cnn Sec it in tug sunshine I can hear it in time tones Of the ehangimu winds a blowing From tho Inml tif summer days Where the balmy breezes soften Winters raw nnd raucoriiS ways Thorp is snow piled up n plenty In the Northwest yet awhile But it is inelt iiijrln time presence Of the suns rr mere smile Tho tricklintrst minis of water That flue runninj from the snow tcais that winters shedding Cause he knoufc he has to ro The crocus with fts blooming Isnt very far ifi pig And the birds haVe hardly stalled 1uruinjr up their welkin SOIl Rut thom jettiittfood and ready And though tally may he shy At Illuntring into s1HillgL lI1l Theyll yet there by null by- Tlie butterfly nint butting Much into thcsj early lays And the busy bee aint busy In his ho II 1 milId 111 ways Rut they will bo dont you worry For the springwill soon bo here With its waking of the roses And the rapture of the lIt Therq may be another blizzard For the blixard is a thing That is very apt to happen As n iiarlmifjcr of tho spring Hut though the blizzard blizxes And tho West is clad in white We are firm in our conviction That springtime is in sight The boating on life river Is perhaps no extra line IHlll1air is rather chilly On time upon trolley line There isnt much surf bathing And till summer girl aint here Hut the air is full of rumors That the sprinjflH drtwiiignoar The coal nun is SfH active And the fUlI1l1d li stillc1 4 Theres n shiver in the breaking Of the seasons dawn An overcoat is useful And the heavy underwear llisus of tlie winter i iii utithttnit IRII I can feel it coming nearer 1 can smell the glad perfume Of a new world budding slowly Till it blazons into bloom Gee whizz What a relief spring is I FUANK 1IVTTO- VMnrch 24 05 Hismark N Dont llorrmv TroiilileT Its n bad habit to burrow nnythliur hat the worst thing you can possibly is trouble Vlien sick sure heave weary and worn out by the pains nnd poisons of dyspepsia biliousness Hrifthts disease and similar internal disorders dont sit down and brood over your symptoms but fly lot relief Electric Ititters Here you will find sure and permanent forgetfulness all your troubles and your body will not lie burdened by n loud ofdebt disease Price IiOIJI GllrlInleetlISome Iliilen About Incubnlor Ilrst comply with the mnnufiictur ers direction as you can be sure thnt be will give the best advice possible IIB to the running of n mnchlne that he has probably Htudletl over for years says the feather Theo bo wire that you have placed the inaihluo perfectly level Keel the lamps well trimmed and Lye the best oil you can get Hemove till Infertile eggs on about the eighth day and on the llfteentU retest them- Conmieiieliu with the second day turn the vgei Right nnd mornliiB until the eighteenth day Do not open thu machine while the chick mire liatehlnt It U n Rood thing to let the chicks re main In the Incubator for n day at a temperature of about 02 degrees Gho them their ttrstAtit when re moved to time brooJew rf Give them for n few itayrllne gnarl stale breadcruiulw and hard boiled eggs tuner that boiled veutnbli t cracked wheat meat bruit and green Icllr cut line As they grow they cutbone std milk Never feed wet sUVppy toad Forget About Your Stomacb If your digestion U bud the vital lit pans of your Iwdy tore not fed and nodruhed ns they should be They grow weak and invite disease Kodol Dyspepsia Oiro digests what you eat cures indigestion aid nil stomach Iron tiles You forget von have n stomach from the very day you begin taking It This is because it Eats u rest recuper andshealthy thnt It troubles yon no line K L Babcock Amhorst Minn says I hive luUen n great mny nmmdies foriiidluestlnl but have found nothing equal to Kodol Dyspepsia cure Ko dol digests what you eat cures hull gestion DytppSpslaSour Stomach I Belching Heartburn and nil Stomach Troubles lit preparation isAjiu result of ninny years of roJearch by M S Grain Ti- Zs ff 1JI J BARGAINS You Cant Afford to Miss TtE Breathitt County News lias the Best Equipped Office mid the Largest Circulation of any paper in the mountains We are therefore able tOj make you the following offers colt 100 Ve will A inl jnn time llreniliilt County New + nihl lither uf the following fur one y m Th Iii vide Ileralil toeekllr TlKiiu Kiirmer III lllhlThSFOU 8 12 1 Ti Uiiihlii CMiniy News nml oitl ir 11 I she riiliwlnj fur one year Tie VVnAly OiiiiricrJiiiiriinl TliH I XIIIIIIM Lttitltr weekly Atliiiiiu CiiMFtitiitlon Weeklyr FOU iwT- lio Itrealliiii Jininy Newo and It her n+ ihr filloviiiR fur one ytnr tile OinriiHinil Enquirer weekly The Commoner llrjiius paper ylcln11s Mnuxiue faces of to onr Job nrC now to of A neat a fair price us if you want to bo i= = = = = Itilns Quickly lf rlieitniiliriu slut soiullin are qifinklj rllfl1 hy apilylil Ohllllhrlnlll tliip ttnlin Ilio great pnbl riltevhu power of the liiitinpiil hits been the uiirl 1 nail tIlIchlrr thoiixniuU or tiETeror Ilie jufplc relief trout pnti which It niTuu o ill nlniie w nrli ninny f1isritleirtr Fnrilfnile Drug Co Itemed For Suri T KccHlitly cue of my cotkureU Rot n very sure eye orlcliiitlug 1 think from n cold niul ns It bocume very annoying to the hlnl Me would serntih it with hls Inca which of course loathe worse until nt lust it wax entirely closed tune tin lids stuck together from the foamy substance that came out of tUeafjfc I nppllel a few drops of sweet oil curl tilnnilii uiul evening for about ton iluyH flit the eye Is now- In perfect condition Cor American Poultry Journal Plans to Get Ukli nee often frustrated by midden break diivii due to dyppp In ill cuiillmtlon llrncn up toad take Dr Kings New lfe fills lhV nkd out the materials which are clng liiR your energies stud Rive yon n new nrt Care litmlncliB nnd diulueas too At Jackson DMIR 23a puirn ie d- Trcnliuuul lOt Ioultr Poultry jitiya Just till same an other stock ncconllug to the treatment they receive A lock of fowls that Iii al loWed to roost In the trees and around In open shorts cnimat lie expected to lay nutty eggs though they may befoul nil Ihey will eat Those who make money trout tlio poultry business attend to tho iletalln promptly looking after the com fort of their fowls ut all Hint A Vrloil mill Tree Frlfiul One Mluue CHIIKI Cure contains not an ntnm of app harmful ii rug and It huts been cnrhiR Concli1 Gnhlll Croup and VVImnpliiR ntigh so lung that it lugs proven tseh to he u tried and true friend to the many who use It Mr Gertrude K Mitrliiii mud says Ciii jliinK nnd straining so wpnkennd me that I run down in weight front US to 02 pounds After trying n number of remedies to no avail Ono Cough Cure entirely cured mute Sold hv MS Ornln sorry your gown didnt please you I hope thiit wont prevent your sending your friends to its llrs Swcllmnn Im afraid it will I dont want to get them into bad habits Press yk About There are few dlspnses that Inllin more torturi than rheumatism and there is probably no disease for which such a varied nod lot af remp dies hive been suggests To lilY that it cnn be is therefore n hold statement to stake Limit Chamber Iains Pnln Itnlm which an ex tensive sale has met with great succes a III the treatment of this disease Out application of Inln Halni will relieve the pain and hnnJreds of sufferers have testified to permanent cures bits y use Why sulfur when IaitvIUIr MfTottN siicli rtiHef and costs but a trifle For sale by Jackson Drug Co f I 1k II I r J i IV volt Lilt- The Rrealliitt County Newt and either or the following forone year ttumnns Home Companion I miles Hume Journal Flue lelinenlort pr any dollar magazine or dollar weekly published in the United Slates TOIL 1IOO The Brenlhilt County News and limn Kentucky Farmer and Breeder for tine year FOIL 225 The llrenliltf County New and either of ihufolltwing fur one year The Daily Louisville IheOnily Cllclnnnli PuL n UPTONOW JOBPRINTINGJ WlhlLIIHhltdnow typo Department and prepared do printing eviiry description job and always guaranteed Try pleased n = llicumatf UulluvVil- TliPexrruplatinj pfitnsrliRrHilerltii tiysrJ6okeun matters Feather Minute Makerst Philadelphia IthiumallsiM lifeless cured enjoys quick herald t Papa George says he loves me Well I dont wonder at it 1 said tiny annie tiling wlienJ wanted to got into a rich mans family Full of Tragic Mcnnin are these Hiipsfram J II Simm ns o Casey h Think what might have re stilted from his tumble cough If h had not taken the medicine about which he writes I had n fenrfn COURI that dutiiibed my nights rest I tried everytliinp but nothing would relieve It until 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receive prompt and careful at tentlon J11JImmmmmmmmIII i L C ROARK E LAWYER 3 E JAOKSON KENTUCKY 3I ti E Will practice In Brenthltt and = Counties = lot WWUWwwuWUWWUW111Ii tit nn nn ffnfn1nn G W FlKNOR A II PATTOS I FLEENOB LAWYERSI L PATTON I LJACKSON nnnnnnnnNn nn j h ANNOUNCEMENTS w FOR ASSgSSOn i We are authorized to announce JOHN L STKONO- as a candidate for Axspniur of Itrpathlt county subject to the action of the Republican party FOR SHERIFF liam a candidate for Sherittal Itrealliitt County at the coming So vember election Ptre Cuvrnean C lope Branrli Ky FOR JTAILKR Ve are inf horizd to annonnre IFS GROSS i of Elkatawa as s candidate for this office of Jnltor of Rreathilt rnnntj 11I1- bject to the action of the Republics party Stop with Hurt Bro at Reed hotel when in Lexington C Hndden is selling 2rc pack ages of Buckwheat Flour for lOc John P Turner of Canoe made a business trip to Beatty cane last week Attorneys 1 J C Bach ami G W Fleenor are in Lexington 01 legal business B M McQuinn who moved to Oklahoma from Menifee count last year has returned A primary election has beet called for August 5th to nominate a Democratic candidate for the legislature in the MorganWolfe district George W Banks ofTaulbee l was here on business Wednesday which was his first visit hero for nearly a year He said if wo got better JIG would come oftener II G Robinson who travels for Hirsch Bros of Louisville with headquarters at Bcattyville was hero Wednesday selling vinegar and cider Judge William Roberts County t Judge of Knott county was here the first of tho week He is a candidate for renominalion before the primary which is called for May 6th John Swanson was indicted in the Leo Circuit Court for com plicity in the murder of Louis May for which William Flinchcm and two sons are now in jail at y Bcattyville without hail t The Fiscal Court was in session Tuesday and Wednesday hut didJ not transact but little business IlndI i adjourned for two weeks It was the regular day for making settle ment with the Sheriff but he was not present On Sunday morning Rev James Cochrane aged thirtyone years dropped dead in the pulpit of the Christian church at Stamping Ground in Scott county While reading his text he raised his head and fell dead lie graduated at the College of the Bible at Lex ington in June 1001 in October he married Miss Lutie Ingals of Harrison county who attended Kentucky University with him They had been housekeeping only a week Ills time was divided be tween Stamping Ground and Mor- f gun Ky Won u Name of Fauns DeWjttt Mule Early Riser the fn mous little pills have bent nude famous by their certain set harmless and f r gentle action upon the bowels and silver They have nit equal fur bilious ness constipation etc They do not L weaken the stomach gripe or make you reel sick Once used always pre erred They strengthen Sold by M aUrain Sabbath School Convention 1 The Brcathitt County Sabbath I School Association held its annti convention on Saturday and Sui day last in this city at which thci leluciettJIchapel which was kindly inane to the association for the import ant occasion was at two of the lira sessions taxed beyond its limit of seating capacity 500 The official instructors were Prof E A Fox General Secre tary of the Kentucky Sabbath School Association and Rev Rob crtM Hopkins evangelist of the Sabbath School Board of Christian Church of Kentucky both of Louisville The speakers from within thin county were Prof Gir ton principal of the Lees Insti tute Jackson Prof Lukens Nor mal Class Instructor at the Insti tute Rev E T Preston of thc Soul Winners Society Jackson and C C Hubbard of Robbins The devotional exercises were conducted by Revs W J Mot phis of tjie Methodist church Jackson anti C J Morton of Klkatawa At JJ p in on Saturday the president of time association Rev 1111 Powell opened the convention with an address and word of welcome to the delegates antI all visitors attending the session referring them to Mr Kelly Kasli chairman of the reception committee who would and did provide for them the necessary homes dm Sing their sojurn with us Ad dresses for afternoon were Th History antI Importance of Sundae Schoolork by Mr FoxPm pose and Plans of the Sunda School by Mr Hopkins At 730 p m Saturday A- dtressThe Teachers Work bi Mr Fox Stereopticon lecture moving pictures and worlds fa I views by Mr Hopkins At 980 a m Sunday The vis itors delegates and speakers vhs ited the city schools in session and by their presence and word of encouragement gave new life to all endeavoring to apply tin great principles in the actual worl of training young anti old in the study and application of Gods wordAt 11 a m Union service itI the chapel led by Rev Hopkin and a talk on Child Training it1 the Home by Mr Fox 3 p m Mass meeting of par ents officers teaches anti pupils Address The Book We Teach by Mr Hopkins address Chris l time Great by Mr Fox address The Normal Class by Prof Lukens address Business Men and Bible Class by Mr Hubbard address How to Holt the Young Man by Prof Girton Question Drawer conducted by Mr Fox Great interest was taker in this privilege as shown by the many questions asked and discussed by tho Sunday school workers present At 730 p m Stereopticon lee Lure In and Around the Holy Land by Mr Fox statistical report by Mr II II Gibson compiled from reports received from ach of tho county schools was rend andan interesting map of the county made on a large scale MS also exhibited mind explained The statistics show as follows Population ofepunty15000 public school scholars tina Sunday chool scholars 770 teachers 40 schools 12 cradle rolls 3 home departments 1 normal classes 4 cceived by schools in 1904 318 2 5 paidout by schools in 1004 279 56 schools haying a rollof cholars Oflicers elected for new year resident Rev W yPowell rice President W W McGuire Secretary anti Treasurer II H- ribson Supt Teachers Training 4Y Redwine Supt Home DC ailment Kelly Kash Superintendent House to House Visita ions J W Ford Supt Primary Vork Mrs O A Myers Ad Iress of each officer Jackson Ky Financial statement of associa tion to date April 3 1905 Money received 2900 paid out- X2183 balance on hand 777 H II Giusox Secretary Treasurer tev 1111 POWKU President ALWAYS THIN THE GREEN SEAL PAINTS With pure Linseed Oil for all outside work This paint is of eavy bodnnd needs thinning It thus becomes more economical byjIf c t i h GOMlESFONnKNGK NIJII Mack Neaco visited S1 Miller SundayS Miller lies built a long string of fence II S Noble D S has beer siilfering from boils John Combs still preaches the gospel to the people Joshiah Neace is busy preparing his farm for planting Jerry Combs hiss purchased n line watch of Soil Caudle Alex Nonce was visiting his father John Neaco Sunday Miss Martha Vugate is visiting her sister Mrs Linda Miller N W and II A Miler and G K Noble ate preparing for the examination John Fugatu and his soninlaw 55 IL Miller have sold their ties to P C Napier Come and let all join hauls otj peace and good will and down dis order and murder Let us live together in pence and contentment and teach the rising generation to love all mankind and obey the lows TOIlltKNT Clyde Rumticld visited his aunt Mrs George Martin at Lexing ton over Sunday- Master George Martin has returned from a visit to his grandmother at Lexington Mrs It II Spencer of Ridge wood who has been quite ill for the past week is recovering Ed Myers a former citizen of Ridgewood was here looking for a location Ho is not satisfied with Clay City William Mclntosh and Gyp Ca son of the L K bridge crew visited relatives at Clay City over Sunday Mrs MollWilliains of Yale passed through hero Monday en route to Radical where the will visit relatives Kash Cable of Fincastle has again entered the employ of the L Sl K railway as bridge carpenter and is working on the new depot Mrs J G Vanderimol and two little daughters of White Oak were here last week at the bed side of the formers daughter Mrs Henry Spencer who was quite ill Time first outing excursion of the season to Natural Bridge was made by some of our young people last Sunday A beautiful day aneln firstclass lunch on the grounds made the outing a thorough suc cess in every way A photogra pher and his camera was a part and parcel of the excursion and a pleasant memento of the enjoyable trip was brought home in the shape of an excellent photo of the party The outing will long be remembered by tIll pleasure seek ers as a bright day full of fun and enjoyment especially will the boys remember the return trip soI fullof romance antI nothing to call to mind a thought of care or the remotest idea of exertion Those of the party were Misses Maude vincaid Amanda Gilley and Madge Powell Clifford Jones L D Mitchell Howard Jam Rob ert Day null Mrs J B Cason who chaperoned the unit- ySTi1lSON I Mirand Mrs D L lull of Still wnttI spent the later part of ast week visiting relatives on QuicksandMiss Back who has hlenI a student of Lees Institute since unitary 1st returned to her homo at this place Miss Maude Williams is visiting het parents Mr and MIS G V Williams on Sin to branch She I fowllayslent in the K W A I There is a fever raging in this icinity which would bobble the igenuity of thin most skilled ply ician It is known among the people as tho Arkansas fever uml the symptoms are a startling I ropcnsity of the patient to talk mida terrible feeling of discon tent He lingers long on the beau ty tho grandeur and the golden I opportunities offered by the ills t ant land and at the same time he I pinembers the faults the failings and the disadvantages of the brown f hills of old Kentucky We know iY 1 that there are many But whet is the land froo from fault Whei is the mini so favored that fortuti will comp unsought and besto her gifts without tho cost of Ii her To those who arc discontented wo would ask them to re member that hero as elsewher God will help those who help themselves CAYS CUKtiK Woolery Begley of Confluence paid us a pleasant visit Saturday- J C C Begley is mingling with friends anti acquaintances of Shoal Cannon Sandlin and wife visited relatives at Chavios Saturday and Sunday Master Former BIJtof this place visited friends at Shoal Sunday lack Hibberd of Leslie county was hero during the early putt of this week L W Evans huts just returned Gout Cutshin where he had beer legal business Chester and Bruce Dull of Chav ies were here during time early part of this week- 1Vasttinglon Combs passed pert Saturday moving to Gnipevin creek from Jackson county Mrs Orlena Johnson anti Ten nio Young of Shoal were lied mingling with relatives Sattmla and Sunday Q Who is the proudest man in this vicinity AI T Begley He walks with head erect quid linn step and a pleasant smile fur every one It is a girl which mad her arrivalat his home on the 3011 ult Item name is Lillie R C Napier of Grapevine wus here during the early part of this week on legs business Mr Nn pier was elected sheriff of this Perry county in 1898 and is nov basking the people to elect him again which they surely will do for in my opinion he matte one of tho best sheriffs Perry count ever had He is tho local candi date at this place Dit KINO retail TO pleat ItKADKItS Itotanlc Hlooil Halm fur tliul- lllMUf If yiii MifT r from ilea I czrne profuln blood imUon cancer ennui wire itching tktn pimple bull liono pain spellings rluMimallrm alrrrh or any Mtuxl nr ikill tIiSlIIMl- W8 odrlse you to take Itolnnlc llloiM rlclIlII11IItIIdlca+ e every sure iiuk + time blood pure and rich Rivet the akin the rich glow Ir health Urii2KtiJ St per Urge hinta Simple seat free by writing Ilium Balm Co Atlanta la Describe rou ble and free medical advice rent ill realid letter Medicine iiit nl once prppiild MASTE- RCommissioners Sale IIKKATIIITT flllfiUIT COURTS T II IATUIOK HlitintlrT- v A C Itwmnnl Defeiulnnt By virtue of n judgment ami ntilrr if sale of the Krenlhili Circuit Court untie IIII entered in the above itjled snusp Ht iU regular February term leer fur the sum oflUIOmi h IlIle- rt1 from the lash ilay ofJnly1001 inlil paid and flD 10 coat fxpcmled 1 shall preceeit to ofW for 411111 n the rout dour of the court house In Junk ann Ky Iremhiti c iiinty o- nMONDAY 14th Day of April C01lt being the IrHdrtvnf the rig ilnr hVbr lary IITIII of time Hienlliill Jiiiinly Cliirl lift ween the haunt F II iclock A M anti 2 nVjnck r M the fol nwinjf described real pnpiiiy lying- sad being in IIIIll hltl rouniy r anhl ruperty ClIllIliI of ono llfili f one lalf of iht Tiinuel mill propciiy oppn mite ihn Town nf Jack on im the Hirlli Fork of thin Kentucky river in Irealhill county Irma tlrd on time S by IhalalldIIf J W Smith hem f on Ihr urlh liy the land of Ember lUr it mid nmen HnrRln and on the eat and ren by the mid rirrr nlno oneflfih IIf the interest owned by it W llow 111111 deceased at the limn of Ida enih In n trrtoi of Mead on the norih lidef the North Fork of the Kenmmicky fiver known ns time Ji lltilt firm Sounded on the north by the Innd of m4 I Back on the south br the oiid Iver and on the east bv Klvtrn fi lee land and on the nest by the lands fMiiervn Hay and Iruda llnytor o munch t lernof ns will be necessary n tatlrfy the above Judnment inter- mit anti costs of ihit IIftle acid property will be sold nl public aticlon to the Ighest and best bidder on a credit or fI x and twelve monihf in rqutlli lallmenls and time purchaser quired to civr bond for the purchase lonpy with approved security bear InJ Interest from date of sale and living Thin force and effect of a replevin and and a lien will be reserved II- IlIId bonds fur the full payment of the urchase price and interest Hidden III II lit be prepared to comply promptly with Iliece terms Alltlllllt of debt til 10 iterest S 30 Cost tlr suit19ID- ammtuslonerii CllSt 760 COlt ur printing 10 00 Total M sii1 A1aril0J M OH 0 C I aan r+ WEDDING I TSI Fine nun STOCK ur Cut Glass f i txuNSolid Silverware more complete than ever kl Handsome Cut Mass Howls j i largo sivel 75 ntHItill r wards 10efrlupwmu PIEINTz I u TI1VEIEIt V 1tS ST arr LENINf1ON tIItStSj iaa aa SPECIAL ONE WAY COLONIST RATES 10 TUB Brest Northwest and California VIA Southern Railway March let to May lath and Sep tember little to October filet Im t lutjrc PROM LEXINGTON 3040 3790 3000 4040 t To lichen Butte Ana ronda MlmouU mill ninny nil lr IIIIlrllllllIh point To Spokane Va + hingtou and many other human medlaio piiintN To San KraiirUco Sucre mellli lon AliKele Sftll- 11I1JIIIIIIII all polui In Onlifornla AUo In lhu nix and irr+ cult Arl pinr and Inlermediale piiiutii To PurllnndOregonrett- nhiia AVatlilngton Seat mar VnhlnKl iiiYnniou err It 0 Victoria H 1anti many other point in Uachlnutoii trojrtni and Kriliih Co lunibin Thur Siiilhern Unilvvoy olTer the very best and nnlt convenient phed lilt from lexiii ion end lMilovlllH in points Went Norihuest and in Cnll fornia two train daily from IxliiKlon to St lruis uliltuiii the Incunveiin nee of a chaiiRMif cnr- a1rtihuln stay nonchei mud PUHK UKOIININC JIIAIU OAltS un nil Iraiin Nine fur Information T W CUKWS T P A Lexington Ky C IL IIUXOKUFOKprl P A t I Watches Aroic 1 OLOCKSSilverware Silver Novelties and all kinks of first class Jowwlry call ni- tS D FLEENOR JEWELER AND OPTICIAN KYV ISO CO TRADE MARKSI Anyone tending tkcteh and deatrlptlnn lulclilr ucertalu our opinion free whether ui tlunnrcictlrO nddnn1aiand kuaat4ta- t Conimunlm 1alanti Munu O receive tptetat notUi q ithoue101bi A bandiomelr Illnitraled wcaklf r argot rlr aclantlllo Journal niwedularri- UM ciuiJourrroa bold brail Co98lBroadwlqNQINtft arr r DAY p BROS JIIrI COMPANY Wholesale and RetainY Ithave the most complete stock of yV GENERAL l MERCHANDISE p I Ever brought to Jackson r onsIsttng of 7 1I 11 0odsf- uQt10ft v fQffiuaJt i4JLIS f O Sfa Wo have the finest laic of shops in East ern Kentucky Our mens shoes are of the latest style I For the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy THE LATEST DESIGNS IN MILLINERYThisman agement ofMiss Margaret Basket who can show you The Latest Style Hats direct from New York City Also FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS In all the Latest Patterns and weaves Fresh from the Eastern Markets If you need any House Furnishings or FURNITUREWo are the people you are looking for we have it by car loads to suit 2 every bodyitJCome and see us our IIIIIIIIIIIIII 111111111111111111111111111 111111 I UIIIIII I 1111 1111111111111111 Hilt I 111 1111111 IIII 4 tI Prices Are All Right r791- 1hllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIui1uuuuuuuunn C DAY BROS 7r COMPANY rm Jackson Kentuckyr- r I 1jcJ I b Irrtl 1 a Ir r tfT z I r The Breathitl News IlilillHlHMl Kvury Irlilny onI11 Local and per a j Fresh BREAD ami HtTTERal HADDEXS Flint Davis of lost Creek was J Jn Jackson Monthly S if Fleenor spent Saturday IundSunday on Frozen S S Tunllieo is at Valley View x this week measuring logs iLewis Gross of Elkatawa was a caller nt our office Monday Mrs CJ T Snow den of Robbing iwa5 in town Monday shopping Hraxilian and Southern QIICOII Sccd Sweet Potatoes nt Iladdcns John II Itlanton returned Mon tiny Inn n business trip to Valley YJCW Price Sewell is grading and lit ilitll up his lot on east Main street John E Deaton of Roosevelt was here Tuesday fur goods for h his store C IIADDENwih have a nice line of FRESH YEGETAHLl Saturday Found 2700 Loser address v R Byrd Hospital College Iiuis q ill1yN Sally of Rousseau was here Monday after goods for his store um hilt place Attorney T Ilmstof honor I and Squire S II Hurst of Pear tree wore in Jackson Monday C C Ihibbardof Camp Christy attended the Sunday school con vention hero Saturday tool Sunday Stun ohlof Noble was in Jackson Monday to attend the Republican legislative convention A F Lyon who has lath laid up with the grippe for sevenil days is able to be at ills store nguin Miss Hnlh Terry who is attend ing Mhool here visited her home on Middle Fork Saturday and r PA Bailey got badly hurl tiny by II tram car running 1 j rozetl hillit work on his log ItI1itIkerson of Canm lI came up Saturday and returned I Monday He reports business good at untie CitIMack lurk employed by the SwannDay Lumber Co is illlit the OIHH Samaritan Hospital in Lexington with typhoid fever I llev E 1Irestoll of the South Quicksand mission attended I 1111tlaTwenty beautiful combinations I in colors that harmonize can be I obtained when you use Ill Jo GREEK SISAL PAINTS See 11 S Crain i F 11 Kndicolt lias arrived with I n nett fttook of pianos organs anti other articles kept in a first class music store He is located in the Flccnor building corner ot Main and Broadway Mrs E A Hornbrook who ha been ill for several weeks at Good Samaritan Hospital is theI proving and will be moved i Week to the home of Mr and Mrs I J Cassidy on High street Lexiugton Letuler 0 11 Pollard put a force ol men to tearing down the old public school building on Iliglillundnvenue- ht9t Monday He bought tit property ut a public sole Will time ago It is his intention in build sumo houses on the lot to ranilljtali A Craft of Rouleau RIll his sistorinluw Mrs tuardof Magoftin county returned Monday from Louisville where Mrs Can 44dtheoperalionJ l Harrison Combs who lives on till Big llrnnch near the nlouth of fortyE 1 e nnt sen more potatoes 1 am not raised in this COli II 1 t allledjhelo r A t Millinery anal Dressmaking If you want the Latest Styli Hats Notions and everything new and uptodate stud also your dresses made in I lirstclass style call on Miss A nun lUiiuv Corner Main and Drondway Continuance Denied The contcmpj cases al Winches ter against the Harrises Callahan B F French Moses Fcltner and Felix Feltner have been passed till after the IilllIII Lexington in which some of the parties are involved French anil Felix Feltncr filed alliilavits for continuance claiming sickness Fine Plano lilt the Meeting F B Endicott manager of the John Church Cos music store of Jackson has very generously of fered to furnish one of their hand somest Harvard pianos nailIIIlso an organ for use in the union revival meetings The committee accepts with pleasure this kindness of Mr Kndicott nod feels sure that the people of Jackson will be delighted with the IIIlIsiof the meeting MAItltlUJKS- The following marriage licenses havn been issued during the past week IM 11ielutushand Miss ICuty Morris both of Klkatawa Frank Taulbee lund Miss Nannie Fnincis McPherson both of Fro wn Sherman Sebastain and Miss Lil lie Turner both of Canoe Harrison White of lest reek and Miss Julia lolllflS of Canoe The Sick Charlie the little son of John Willis is very low with typhoid fever Charlie IIIof Rousseau who hits been yell sick for Stale time with rheumatism is very much improved Hal Arthur one of the men in charge of the Kentucky river pumping station at Vhick took till last week and went to his home at Middlesboro Tuesday He was brought here in a boat by A Strong Glenn Sublelt of Salyersvillc took his place as engineer TIIK DKATII ROM Mrs Henry C Back died at her home near the mouth of Quicksand last Monday utter several weeks Illness Slit was burled Wednes day at the Snowden grave yard She leaves a husband and two small children Jars Alice B Stidlmm wife of James L Slidham died in the SlImlIlIIornillJ went a surgical operation hurt she wits taken there too late for the o eration to be successful Ilex remains were brought home Monday morning and the funeralIIlS conducted at the Presbyterian church by Uev W W Powell anti the burial in the cemetry on Marcum Heights Mrs Stidham was a daughter of John Hensley who lives in Perry county Sic was married about a year ago to James L Stidlmm She was oper ator at the telephone exchange since lust July up to tho time of her last illness and grove universal satisfaction Removals WIIIIFrank Willis and family of Salyersville moved here last week into the Centers building on west Main street lie will engage in the carpenter trade Suire Green Hensley of Rous seau huts sold his farm at that place to Golden Howard maul will shortly move lucre for the summer It is his intention to move to Okla homa some limo in the early au tumn James B Stidham moved last week into his new house he built on the lot on Second street which he recently purchased of Wiley Co aboutlnhsthree months ago from Hoosevelt and is running a blacksmith shop on College avenue J T Steele of Wolfe county has moved to Jackson and is now occupying the property on College avenue recently occupied by M Forbs Wo arc glad to welcome Mr Steele anti his family into our midst as they tune vejl known herouttal have many friends in Jackson 81 p 1rv IaWillell more during the cold season in a warm coat of Green Seal Paint For stile by M S Crain Judge jriHKIi Nominated Judge John Grillith was nomi nated for Representative of this district in the next Legislature by the Republican convention at Beattyville yesterday Pillions New Saw Mill Samuel Patton is erecting a new saw mill with n capacity of 0000 fet per duty just below the mouth of Cant Creek He will run both a night and duty force for awhile He wants to buy 5500000 feet of poplar oak lynn ash and chestnut logs Witnesses Disappear 11IIlSlS vs the Hargises anti Callahan charged with complicity in till murder of James Cool rill were called at Lexington for trial last Tuesday morning and continued until Wednesday morning on account of absent witnesses for the Commonwealth anti continued on Wednesday until Friday morn ing foi these stunt reasons The most important witnesses absent were Ins John and Fed White Shooting Scrapes George White of Taulbee was shotlllulsCIiolls1r wounded in the leg on March 20thott Negro branch near Taulbee by Noah Row of Magofhn county Row escaped and hits not been arrested Wesley Blevens was shot by Preston Dyer of Magollin on March 21th ut the house of Elijah Spencer at Taulbee P O No sootingIleescaped and went to Magollin county nod had not been arrested at last reports NOTICE Is hereby given that the part nership heretofore existing be tween W 11 Blanton and Grant Holliday under the linn name of W II Blanton K Co hits been dissolved by mutual agreement of the parties W H Blanton to continue the business All accounts owing said linn are to be paid to W II Blanton Given under own Mauls this nth duty of April 1105 W IL BIAXTOX Instructed fur irillllli Tho Republicans heldn mass meeting at the Court house last Monday for the puri ose of instructing delegates to the convention to be held at Beattyville April ith for the purpose of nominating a Republican candidate for Representative from this the 02nd Legislative District A large crowd was in attendance As John Grillilh the chairman was a candidate time meeting was called to order by II C Hurst the secretary A H Patton was elected chairman land Kelly Dash secret neylIme convention instruct ed unanimously for lIon John Griflith Speeches were made by R A Rust ltCV C W I Pugh Grant Holliday George W Ar nett Yu T Hurst anti John Grif lith after which the convention adjourned Mr maul Mrs FlotelmerEuterlaiu- OnCuesday afternoon 11IIIU Mrs F W Fletcher entertained at their pretty home on College avenue some friends in honor of Ilex mother Mrs Patterson of Cynthiana The pleasant inform al ty of host and hostess in entertaining assisted by Misses Davies of Cynthiana and Warren of Toronto made all present feel the delightful joy of their home A delicioils supper of substan tial and ices was provided the tnhle being decorated withIIIOllll tain fruit blossoms after which interesting four and six handed games of Ilinch were entered into with great joy We hops that Mrs Pattersons sojourn with us may be extended otherwise an early return to our mountain town Some of the invited guests were Mr and JarslI C Bach anti Herscliell hues Mrs William Bee Mr and Mrs 1111 Gibson lund Master Ansel and Miss Miriam Gibson Miss Mabel J Osborno and Mr Kelly Cash Judge Abncr Kvcrsolo returned home last Saturday from Nicholas thlcolm01l1at one of the distilleries f oI It L It I JM HELONGLOOKEDFOR TIDE HAS COME But n greater blessing has per manently como to Jacktori izI0 R BL8EErS NEW CASH STORE ought THE OF- SATISFACTION So in line andreceive r this blessing which MONEY Yd Goods nownnd as Spring violets I cMAR BLAKE p i t CLEAN t SWEEP SALETe polloujigg prices Cash or pr duceII MHNS STITS 12 00 now c4 40 10 00 049 800 i41 i 0 u 4 40 100 319- 5o0 li u t 1- 1MENS 1I0BS 5 00 Shoes nowJ 40 4 00 2 74- JJ f 0 4t a 2 2t a 00 198 2 ro 1 74 2 00H 1 40 1 ro i 10 125 u 08 MENS HAtS tit 00 Hats now 1 08 2 174 2 00 u 1 40 15U a 1 10 1 00 u 70 75r 40 LuVmjSS SKIRTS 1 00 Skirts nowS2 98 a 00 1 08 2 fiO 1 7L 1 00 1 40 100 70 bu- yOOODS than them anywhere STORE I fresh means for Suits 1100 iIll hoa they CiUOCKRIltS 2 3 I MENS 5 Pants H 2 tV3 u 1 2 u 1 125t BOYS SUITS Suits now2i I 2 4i ki I 1 LADIES 8 now52i 1 2 tk 1 19 i Boots 1 We working hard your trade and if dealing nod very low prices will you wo to get it Cove nod buy your entire wants us Four dollars will work of live hero Try us respectfully C KELMANJACKSON BARGAIN HOUSE I E255252525 525 Z52S25252c25 52S251 R M SHELY SHELY LrrTLT r MANUFACTUKKUS IN MARBLE AND GRANITE I Monuments and Tombstones j Satisfaction guaranteed Gall or prices and mottuyby from us 22 TEARS 13XPKRIRNCH JACKSON IJREATHITT COUNTY KENTUCKY I n z sz=s = cLItl5iil525292525252S25252S252S2 sz Hound In Win The best way to get ahead of tho department stores and mercial houses which eat into the trade of many smaller towns is to advertise in your local paper Show tilt people that you make it to their interest to trade in Jackson The money that is sent away front home is sent in response to advertising Beat the outsider at tho advertising game Tho regular energetic und persist ent advertiser sever hits cause to complain of trade Paint with Green Seal and numbered among time happy gives For sale by S Crain 111 iI 11 l1here every one of myeus turners will tell you they tau G ILK PER ever before fall gnat TO are the lbs Arbuckles Colfee 2rc 17 halt ISc Collee now llJc Tomatoes per eon Oe Apples per Oc Peaches per cult Oc Kraut per can Oc Tobacco twists Syrup per gallon Joe PANTS 00 now 40 100 SO 8J I 00 08 50 174 200 1W- IiO 10 08 I 50 21 oo os 50 I74- L 00 k 1 M 150 10 SHOES 00 Shoes 24 50 sr Jar Tro 10 25 pairs of Rubber to be closed out at 00 are for square interest anti sure of do the Very AM DKAIKltS write for save GI buying rn S 2 s2 com of can rarely his he 11 W eau 10c 41 CINCINNATI STUCK MAUKKT CINCINNATI April GCnlllo market steady and strong Fair to good shippers IIiO to 5 15 butcher steers 5 25 com mon to fair 3 to 1 50 logs market steady Good to choice packers 5 CO common to choice heavy fat sows 4 25 to lIHI light shippers 5 to 525 pigs 110 pounds and less I25to190Shcep 5 25 good to choice l75 to 5 15 common to fur 3 to 105 Lambs common to fair 1 50 to 715- Calves good to choice C to Ole common to rough 4 to lIe V cf t V JIII rl f l 1 p p QRWFORD JPES ei opNY P F CYO i J I Look before I I r 2ou Purchase Say did you know we had the IcET CIf1E OF OODS If TOu t You can spend money anywhere but when it comes down rj- fc to now uptodate right priced giltedged valuea please tie jd customer and pleasure to sell kind of merchandise we have it S c u SHOE I M2jtam country to 6 at same 2 plc Ask any lady in town whore to buy your Dress Goods and Notions The verdict is unanimous Truly your friends A Pm CRAWFORD OO- ackson t i- L Qntuek J c I 11 Iini No Cut of Vamps in Courtneys ShoesIFOR SALE BY i+ A P Crawford Ca 1 FOR SALE Pure bred Golden Bronze Turkeys White Pckln Duels Cornish Indian Game and Single Comb Brown Ie hornI ChickensEggs for Hatching in season Place your orders early Our eggs are guar anteed to he strictly fresh and from wellmated purebred 11 fowls nnn OUR PRIES ftfc RlOIr MM Ha gin UERY COW RAT S TO WEST aid 50U5J4UEST VI- ASouthern Railway fnw round trip roles every first null third TtlKSPAY In Ialh month EltOIIIii1 ONE WAY AND UOUNi TRIP UATKS March 21 April 4 anti 18 TWO TRAINS DAILY HKTWKK- KIKXINOTOff ton ST LOUIS No change of Jnri PI8KK RE- GUSINUOHAIUOAKS Only one chance of cnr between Lexiniton and the Vest VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY Write rot information T W CREWS T P A- lit K Main St IKXINCITOX KY n n n W H Henderson Ayres Street Ojip Ton OlUse LEXINGTON KY DKAltm IX Grain Seeds Feed Wheat Rye Hnrley Oats and Corn KentuckytutuNay Straw Hill Feeds L r UPTONOW Printing Tuir tirare has addednew faces of type to its jobTlf w partinent and is prepared to do printing of e description the way it should be done such as LETTER In ADS- ENVELOPES j i BILL HEADS STATEMENTS4 SHIPPING TAGS TIE RECEIPTS MINUTES CARDS LABELS CIRCULARS INVITATIONS PROGRAMS ETC A neat job and a fair price always guaranteed Try us if you want to be pleased Uorl Dope Uw Promised cc GUARDyour b Hour only The most fill cereal preparation ia Hour and the most Hour i- ariANSFIELDS BEST PATENT AND 1I Mountain Lily Milled buter power from tho very best selected wheat on perfectWe say MANSFIELDS is the fittest flour made but wa dont expect you to take ourrword it We DO ask however to try just one sack We know it will be enough to make you a firm fast friend of MANSFIELD FLOUR buy from your 8roasy aa 11 C MANSFIELD ft SUN ROSSLYN KY tol J I 4r- I = BEN I1ODNr DY DACHELLERf kCupvMght lKi LW Lothrrp FuLtghh0C- Ynnlany j I I 4 UAlTIn III IHlTtUALL1 there were n goal 1 WaUted to the ol man o the wools but Uncle Kb would take no part lu any urtlicr cou vernation So I had to lie down beside him again nnd think out the problem ns best I could My uilud was never more acute and It gathered I- Ullutratguc kingdom of fear ns I up tree tops Uncle Kb had built n furious lire und the warmth of It mode me sleepy at last Both ho and old Fred had been snoring n long time when I ceased to hear them Uncle Eb woke me nt daylight In the morning nnd salt we must be ort to Und the trail He left me by the tire a little while nud went looking on nil sides and come back no wiser We were both thirsty and start ed off on rough footing without stop ping to eat We climbed nnd crawled for hours It seemed to me nnd every where the fallen tree trunks were heaped In our way Uncle Kb ant down cm one of them awhile to rest Like the bones o the dead said he ns he took n chew of tobacco nnd pick ed nt the rotten skeleton of n fallen tree We were both pretty well out of breath hind of hope also If I remember rightly when we rested again under the low hanging boughs of n basswood for a lute of luncheon Uncle Kb open ed the little box of honey nnd spread soine of It oil our bread and butter Inn moment I noticed that half n dozen bees hull lit iii time open box Lord HnrrjV heres honeybees said he as he covered the box So ns to keep tltem In nnd tumbled everything vise Into the basket Make haste now Willie and follow me with nil ycr might he added In a mInute be let out one of the bees null started running In the direction It Hew It went but a few feet and then rose Into Jhotree top i lies goln t gut up ciao the open air said Uncle Kb But Ive got his bearlns nu I guess he knows the way rightWe the direction Indicated for a few minutes and then Uncle Kb let out another prisoner The bee flew ort n little way nnd then rose lu n slanting course to time tree tops lie showed us however that we were looking theI right way Them little fellers her got a good compass sold Uncle Kb ns we followed the line of the bees It plitts home evry time nu serer snakes a mistake We went farther this time before releasing another He showed us that we hind borne out of our course n little and us we turned to follow there were unit n dozen bees flying around the box ns If begging for ndmlsslou Hero they are back agln snit Un do Kb an theyre told a lot o their cronies shout the man an time boy with honey At length ono of them flew over our heads und back lu the direction we laud come from n a Ab ha sold Uucle Kb Its n bee tree au were passed k but Im goln t1 keep Icttln cm In nn1 out Never heart o u swarm o bees golu fur uway an so we runs be near the clenrlu lu u JUte while we let one go that stool a rout of Its own The others had gone back over our reads This one J bore ort to the right In trout of us Dud tie followed I was riding in the bus ket and was first to see the light of the s opeu through tile tree tops lint 1 didnt know what It meant until I heard the hearty hurrah of Uncle Kb We had come to smooth footing In a grove of maples and tile cleau trunks stood up us straight as a granite col- I until Presently we came out upon I i wide fields of corn and clover null us we looked back upon the grove It Lad nowjIts a reglar big tomb staid Uncle Kb looking back over his shoulder Into the gloomy cavern of the wools We could see a log house In the clear lug and we made for It as fast us our legs would carry us We lead n mighty thirst iuid when we cume to a little brook In the meadow we lay down and drunk nud drunk until wo were fheutwere reaping with their cradles In a Held ofgruln and as we neared the log cabin a woman came out lu the dooryard and lifting a shell to her lips blew a blast that rusher over the clear lug and rung lu the woods beyond ItiA loudhulioo came back from the men A small dog rushed out at I rttlIbarking amid I suppose with some luck 4ot respect for the old dog laid hold of him In n violent temper and Bent him away yelping We must hive present s ed nu evil aspect for our clothes were t torn and we were both limping with fatigue The woman hud n kindly face i and hoer looking at us n moment i meldUmuyno she could look Into my eyes You poor little critter said she where you goIuVv Uncle Kb told her something about my father std mother Mng mini aud our going west Then she hugged and kissed me und made me very mUcnible VVI remember wetting my fuse with her tears that were quite beyond my cote prehension i Jethro said she as the swim came lido the yard I want ye f look at this boy Did yc ever see siuh n cuiiulu little critter Jes look tit them bright tyes And then she held me to let breast uud nearly smothered me and be gun to hum n hit of au old song Ycr full o mother love sold be husband as he sat down on the grass I I f4IolUlnt Lost her only baby Lord hats sent no other gWffuVhe hUll got party eyes Jell u- lire as a Moray flower Aint ye htmgry- asseti right In both o ye uif set dow film tabltt with us Theynlado rOom for us and we p- SL L L1 r i == From Chicago every day March I to May 15 I905 to San Frqncisco Los Angeles Santa Barbara Sacramento and many other points in California Tickets good in tourist sleeping cars Rate for double berth Chicago to San Francisco Los Angeles Santa Barbara Sacramento and ninny other points in California fq Through train service from Union Passenger Station Chicago via the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul A- NDPacIfIcSouthernUnion Pacific Line If you mare thinking ofsuch a trip this is your opportunity to make it at least expense Handsome book descriptive of California sent for six cents postage F A HILLERj W S HOWELL General Passenger Agent or General Eastern Agent 1345 Railway Exchange38rBroadway CHICAGO YORK CITY tm4V c uu ii Complete information will be sent free on receipt of this coupon with blank lines filled Coupon should be mailed today u doivmi between till bare elbows of time hired men I remember my eyercamo only to the top of tin table so the Orphan rim r Ijoud woman brought the family BIble nud sitting ou that llrin foundation 1 ute my dinner of salt pork and potatoes alit milk graymt diet as grateful us It was familiar to uiy taste Orphan clr mild time man of the house looking down tit me Orphan Uncle Kb answered nod ding his head God fearlu folks Best lu the world said Uncle Kb Want t bind Im outY the rum askedCouldnt spare Im staid Uncle KJ derisively Where ye goIriV Uncle Kb hesitated groping for nu answer I suppose that would do uc violence toour mutual understanding Join t heaven I ventured to stay presently an answer that gave rise to- llUlllctJlI emotions at the table Thats right said Uncle Kb tarring to me raid putting my head Were on the road t heaven I hope nu yell see It some tiny sartlu sure It ye keep In the straight road and be n good boy After dinner the good woman took off my clothes and put me lu bed while she mended them I went asleep then and did not awake for n long tlme When I got up ut lust she brought u big basin of water and washed me with such motherly tenderness In voice and timuuer that I Lure never forgotten It Uncle Kb limy sleeping ohm the luuuge mind when she laud Hnlshed dressing me Fred old 1 went out to play IlItlw garden It was supper time lu a little while amid then again the woman winded the shell mind the rues came up from time Held We sat down to eat with them as we had done at sown und Undo Kb consented to spend tit nl ht utter some urging Ho helped them with the milking und as I stood beside htm shot a Jet of the warm white flood Into my mouth that tickled It HO I ran away laughing The milking dust I sat on Undo Kbs knee In the dooryurd with all the rest of that household hearing many tales of the wilderness oath of robbery timid murder on Paradise youth I got the Impression dial It was a country ferocityIIIabout time ghost of Burt bridge bow IItttruOQIII hillIof the culvert saidnJilalact Jrff li l Q e4 1 + Name Street Address AcCity State Probable Destination n = os yc can hear me tulkln the rattle o the wheels an alt It stops sudden an then ye can hear Mm hit the rocks Way down there nt the bottom o tin gullet tin groan an groan An folks I ay Its a curse on the town for 4eavln IWhOtd n ghost Uncle KbV I whls i Sumthlu like n swift he answer ti but not so powerful We heard a panther las night he added tundnp to our host Hollered llko slam when he see the fire Scalrt said the man o the house I raping Thats what tilled him Ive lived twenty year on Paradise road on It was nil woods when I put up the calls Keen deer on the doorstep nn bears In the garden uu panthers In the Holds Hut I tell ye theres no critter si terrible ns a man All the animal know Itn how he roars an spits fire an stroke on lead so It goes through n body er bites oft a leg mcbhc Guess theyd made friends with me but them I didnt kill went away smartln wltli holes lu em tae I guess they told mill their people bout me the terlble crlt ter that walked on Its hind legs nn bed a white face an drew up an spit Ms teeth into their vitals cross a ten acre lot An purty soon they concluded they didnt want t her no truck with me They thought this clearln was the Valley o death an they gut very care till Hut the deer they kep peekln n- at me Sumthln funny bout n deer theyre socurus Seems though they loved the look o me an the taste o the tame grass Mchbo lull meant em t serve In the yoke some way an be the friend o num Theyre the outcasts o the forest the prey o the other ani mals an men like em only when theyre dead An theyre time purtlest critter alive tin the spriest tin the mos graceful Men an the mos terrible of nil crit tens nn the meanest said Uncle Kb Theyre the only critters that kill fer fun IJedtlnie said our bust rltng prcs cntlv Got t be up early him the nutria III We climbed a ladder to the top hour of the cabin with the hired men of Whom there were two The good lady iif the house land made n bed fur us ou the hoar timid I remember Fred came up the ladder too and lay down be side us Uncle Kb was up with the men In the morning and nt breakfast time my hostess cum and woke me with kisses und helped me to dress When we were about going sbe brought u little wagon out of the cellar that had been n plaything of her dead boy and said I could have It This won derful wagon WOK Just the thing fur the Journey we were making When 1 held the little tquguo In my hand I was halfway to heaven already It hull four stout wheels and u licuutlful red box Her brother bud sent It nil time WaY from New York und It had stool so long In the cellar It wus now much In nwtih or repair Undo Kb took It to the tool shop In time stable and put It lu Bhlpshnpu order nud made a little pair of thills to go In place of time tongue Then he made u big tint collar and n back pod out of tho baths Or In old boot legs und rigged n pair of tugs out of two pieces of rope Old Fred was unite cast down when he stool In harness between the shafts He waited patiently to have his col mar fltted ho had grinned and punted and wagged ids tall with no suspicion of the serious und humiliating career he was entering upon Now lie stood with a sober fate und halt aspect was full of meditation You flghtlu1 hound said Uncle Kb I hope this Ml Improve yer character Ired tried to sit down when Uncle Kb tied u leading rope to liLt collar + AVUen Le heard the wheels rattle ntid I c ty trNl1 r 1S aa tell the pull of the wagon III looktJ hack nt It timid growled n little und started to run Uncle Kb ruoufal Whoa and held luau hock and then tin dog got down on bis belly mu trembled until we patted Ids head not gave him n kind worth He seemed tn understand presently and came along with a steady stride Our hoittss met us at the gate and tin look of liar fn when she bade us goodly and tucked Home cookies Into my innket bus al ways lingered In my memory paid put lu me n mighty respect fur till wo men rime sound of her voice tim tears the weaning of her handkerchief ns we went away are among tilt thing- that have made me what I am ITO nn COXTIHCED 5V fl Keep your bowels rexulnr by Slip use of Ohnmbtrlninii Stomach suit I Liver Tablet here i s nothing bel ter For sale by Juckon Drug Co IonHry rirklnm Charcoal pulverized uud mixed with soft foods nits digestion anti Is nu excellent preventive of disease In feeding young chickens time men I must be mixed dry uud crumby slain It tends to cause Illness If feel too wet Sour milk nnd buttermilk are excel lent to use In mixing Up tIll soft toot for the poultry Never grease a hen that Is sitting for If grease gets on tho egg It closes till port through which the conduct chick gets Its air and the consequence Is death Eggs cannot be produced withoutill trogcnous material In some shape Bones are alwolutily essential eq Time Right NIIIIIO Is DoWIU- DeWltts Wltcl Ihaxl SilvrtcnoN soothes and henU cuts horns bully hrulfcs t lies and nit akin dlenHM K 12 JCIckofoose Adnlph U Vn Mnrt My little daughter Imd white swelling so bud tlllt plncn nfier pen of hon worked out of her leg IMVilli 11It Hazel Salvo cured her It U the niiKt wonderful hurling salve in the world Kovnre of counterfeit Sol by MS Grain IiKMin LureiFeed the plgeoiw regularly The bits hours ure 7 oclock for breakfast oclock fur dinner aud it oclock fur sup i perFeed thuiu old corn and wheat for I their usual diet Durlui brcedlui season It Is n goal Idea to teed them Cana dian peas millet hemp or n little wheat The floor of the pigeon house shout- be cowered with sauce brick and grown oyster shills nud tho yard should be covered to the depth of two Inches wltlm gravel SUlk to the Uellalilv Brrcdii Strike n happy medium between the noveltit mind the old varieties For your main supply stick to the reliable sorts Test the novelties wfthln mi sun Ainoni them you nre sure to rind somethlutf better than you have ever grown before Itemember tint ewer standard sort wus once a novelty American Agriculturist New Cure fur Cancer All surface enncars nre now known to he curnblob Illickleur Arnica Salv llIrJlthntArnlcn SiilvH healed it and non Itll perfeclly well fliiarnnlfeJnnr rlrI cuts nnd burn25e otTlie Jackiun Drug Co ff 1 1 t3 jtV i rnn nln1qj RAILROAD TABLESI Lexington Eastern Ry LOCAL TIME TA1UK KnVclive Oct 10th 1901 Weal Mound 1 No i 1101 Dally dilly UK Sunday Cx Sunday A M I V- IvJakcon djft 22A U 1 K Junction 020 oao- Iteitltjvllltj Jim 720 320 TorrentJ i Ii 347 Natural Bridge 801 401- yinnton R 28 4 30 Clay City JUT 4 3D Winchester 023 620 Ar Lexington 1010 C05 East Bound NO4dally iSunJty 1kSunJay- l At A M lv LKxiiiKlun 223 7 45- Vlnnhe ler 310 823 Cloy City 3fiO P13 Stanton 400 923 Natural fridge 433 0 M Torrent 440 100S- Ilenltj vllle Jim 611 1020 0ii K June 011 M2d ArJncktnn 615 Jl30 Nos 9 smith 4 make clout connfclldii for Cnnnel smith jiolntx on Ohio A Kentucky Railway Division dally er flept Sunday Nog I iMid 2 connect at ti K June tins with Clieenpeiikt A Ohio for Mt Sterling ml local points Trellis NCB It 2 connect at Realty vllle Junction with L A Arul heath vllle J It llnn Gen Mgr CiiAd SCOTT 01 A O K It Y KlTeollvp May 22111 loot Cast Hound West Bound 3Go Itii14 c STATIONS 0 14 i tn CH H AUAR raiIn AU IV tt IV- H3rt 235 Jackson MfJO 700 025 330 O AK J nnc llM- 8W 7711 168 UllhiiMt lltVJ IJ2 R30 Ir2 lUmplon IISR4a80 750 l28 IPP Oily r5H lidO 7MI l2a llelechnwn ISslS 5lf715 105 Oannel Oily 1246s45AU IV rw IV PM AR IM AR Vc tlwuril Passenger Trnln connect 1at O ft K Junction with train nhlnli lenvps lexlnelnn nt 740 nnt canneclsIno arrives nt Ulnchetter 520 and Lex ington nt 005 rm 5uptecLouisville 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