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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 5 I BREATHITr COUNTY NEWS I ij i- IJ c Wft IiO f Editor and PitblishurA KuwaiAiKK DEVOTED TO TIIK INUIt K11 OK EASTERN KENTUCKY ONK DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADV1NCEill== = LT4b e VolllrnIV Jackson Kentucky Friday April 14 L9N05 Number 26 II 11Jr AVa will accept ndvurtisomeiitH Ron 11 guaranty thutour paper has more than twice the circulation in 4 Breatliltt 001111L3if any pupor publiahtl Our pupur goes to ov I tryoUko in INirry County and almost every ono in Leo Ma gotiin Owaloy Wolfe and Knoll Counties If you want to rwudi tla moun tain trade try an ad in tim UItRAru irr CouNT v ISKWS i O PRICES ro LOWERQiIIy QII4m lb aay tlW Needles Oil Repair roc ALL MIkE AT SINGER STORE Needles 5ca Package Southeast corner Main nnd Hrontlwuy Streets IJACKSONSKY BUY THE MIW Btfar AjrIteORAAGtPANY I HIT Swtnf Ut hli H irs 5 I t qiuditr but lbs X 1 mad Our rwtruily n naki Sswlng th1 trad Tha Si4 IlI Hghkradfamwmg nththis Null by siLsursd lr lrr uuly rOH SALE 0 James M Richardson Co General Agents KUelrld lldg CLHViLANI 0 n WantedOno rhoniand Men and Women tu pall tin Chit Service HxBtnmallon foi the fullosing United Htalcs Qovenv ment jiailllon NAMEOFPOSITC- N1eIIrtItuHt Itnuicli Ago UiultlO nnd over Clerk Mule or Female I Stenographer Main or Female Steniigraphrriand Typewriter Mali tr Female Itookkreper Mall or Fema1 ilUllwiy Mall Clerk Ace 18 lo 3Tagger 20 and over Ciutoiu lloimo Itrnnrh Are Limit Ho and over 1Iy Inspector Cleric Mfcle or Female Assistant Weigher Messenger Sampler Internal Itcvoiine Itritnch Ago Limit Ul mid over Clerk Gaugor Storekeeper PoitOOlco Branch Clerk Male or Female 18 to 41 1I Clerk Carrier For information as to requirement AtlJroii0 Box 68j Lexington Ky lt Habll Un uiiof STEVENS AItWs as r bringing down youi tun AU uijuiilit Cnutu Ito lurt lit tmbodKd U our amous UofWrits PISTES intl SHOTGUNS llowcu you help kitttng Ike najk irbta ibooUnf a STEVENSi toi ill W I d I 1ITCANIlKOONIiItIoIhl Cl It OIl The Farmers Dream A fanner hada dream lie nlhlllpyr dreamed that bushel nUll his happiness nsl great But lit dreamed tiv hu sold it Ion thousand differ ent people a bushel to each tile and that nobody hud paid him nnd he was rind Vhen lie awoke it was broad daylight anil leaping out of lid he to hit wife 10 KobtvcH I have had sOt emn wllrllillgIUHI I know the meaning it I am goingright off to town and nay the pr m the dollar I owu him on the paper Hnrrlage Colors Married in while j You have chosen all tight Married in gray You will go far awnIMarried in black You will wish you wore buck Married iu red v You had better bo dead Marital in Ashamed to bo 80cnjMarried in bine You will always bo true Married III pearl You will live in n whirl Married in yellow Aehamed of the fellor Married in hmwnIYou will live out of town Mal ritll inpink Your spiriti wilt sink Newspapers Versus Handbills Some hiiMiiesa men have an Inert that hand lulls and lodgers are superior to newspapers ns ad vertising medium are gool in their vayas auxiliaries they are no more compared to I the advertising columns ofn news I than a peddler is to be com I pared with the stores or Jackson peddler attracU attention forI a moment if he be tin hiltI the store rivets the eye anlrlooa I ChIli thu i1ru strings of those I uhoso trade is worth having The hand lull iscrumplod in the hand ami soon thrown aside The jmvaA jwper is oarrtlil home read mid J 10 Rlltlliltl1In There iilI Homithing lesidcs the advertising hero enierlainmenl information which adds valuu to the adver tisement beside which it is placed Advertisements are rend moro than over before sometimes before what is emuniouty known as news for mhortisolllellis are sometimes the latest und most vital news vital to every day life The head lines of an rul out lie mntlu as nt traclive as the headlines of II wed ding and the bargains offered ns alluring as the wetUling feast Tho business man who talks to the readers of TIIK N IWS as ho talks 10 a customer in his store is the one who wins Isn hand bills Mildposters if you wish hilt place your great hojies for returns in the columns of fuR NKWS the jipor that has tho largest cinni llIoU of any paper published in tho mountains CliniuhcrlulnV Cotiuli KemeUy the Bent milt Most Popular Alolhord buy U furcnuprclililren wllroail men buy II for Hf vero coiiBli itid elderly people buy II for InRrlppn 4lI3 Moore llros Kliloti Itixvn We II mure of Chamberlain1 Coii h Kemcdr than niiy other kind U sfein- n have taken his hml lIfer several ihfr coiitl lirand There Is no ques ion but thU medicine U Ihe best tutu an be procured fur cousin nnd colds vhelher It be a child or an sdtilt that n aflliRted Ft al vnjsciires and cures illicitly Soul hyThyfacUsmi DniR Co No 1rolll In Scrub Interior or uervti Block of nliy kind la n dUjftiuo nud not profltublu to keep Oood bloml Is tlia fouiidntlou of Hue cen says O 1 Oroor In Comuierclal Poultry In nothliiK docs jjoixl blootl talk so strongly JUl In iwultry Urtttl IIIK birds strictly to the ntandnrd U tile only way to tate prize winner lu the thowruain but that Uoej nut always prove that they are best for practical purpose Sometimes poultry In brel too close and each RencnUlou becomes a little more delicate In health and less productive In t SKS nud meat The llrat mUlti most Important thing In to have utions vigorous blnls without which It U Impowlbli U luake a success In till poultry busluiss For iv Vtak 1lgostlohI Nil nieilteliiH cull repfacn fond limit ChnniborlNihsStniniich end Mver Tub lets will heli yoi dlRPMt your food li In nntthn iiiiiintlly of Wod taken that KivniMreiigiil aijd viKorto time IIVtltlIII 11 I lip niiioiinrdlKegtu1 and assiinl bated K troubled wllh weak dicec tliltIk doni full to clve these Tablets a dial Thousands have been benelltled bj Ihnlr ume They only cost a quarter For Pale by The Jackson Drug Co O wi J AW tt A Compromise on Worry You see a lot of this fireside worryIas wookIwhile that the wilter was about right limit whenever you sit down and make up your mind that you are not going to worry you are going to hunt yourself You cant lielp worrying All of us worry because we are mutt that way and no cure tins been found lOtcnllt get n cure hut I hate invented compromise that is the next thing to it Just get some little tIling that displeases you null worry about that you worrying you have something on UIII all thu time youltlONow I have been worrying for ten years because my hair isnt dark instead of light 1 would be better looking lark and I worry about it nil Urn time A fellow ought to look as well as he can lie owes it to the commit mnity and 1 wich my hair had turned black ten years ago Still f would be if it should turn now because thou I would have to get something new to worry about See how 1 worry Every thing iii system All Vint have In do Ja to gut Iloirii to the system and you are right GIIEKN SEAL PAINT Is made right Thats the rca son why so runny of our best painters are recommending it And they know too For sale by M S Crjiin A Tried ami Trim Friend One Minnie Jonnh Cure coiHtln not nn abut of any harmful drug and It hiss been curing Cough Cold Croup anil Whooping Cough to IOIIR thai it lias proven llaell lo lie n tried nnil true friend to the ninny who nan II Mrs Gertrude K Fenner Marlon Ind says I Couching teat straining o weakened mo that I run down In weight froin lJS lo 12 pouiidji After trying V number of Venmlif lo no avail One Minute Cough Cure entirely cured me Sold bv M S Cram 1nictical painters understand time merit and value to bo found in the UBO of ireen Sent Paint It covers most looks best and wears longest For smile by M S Cniin HOIT to italur TlirkrJ Secure u box about fourteen Incheft square Mini about eight Inchei deep Iut sumac do dirt In this box tlrst with n little shacked lime mixed lu It then HOUIU Soft straw Ilnre not over ten lo eleven etp In the one BO prepared nenf After hey have been sat upon eighteen to twenty days dampen them with n little warm water la four or live days repeat It- When the turkey have hatched do not be In a hurry to get them out oCI limo nest On a warm day twelve hours In soon enough anti upon u cold dityt twentyfour Lours Is better When ypd take thini out plnco thcin In a dry warm clean coop and feed on hard bolKM milk to drink Feed regularly three time a day fur the llrat two or three days then feed live times a day regularlyAt little turks need to be kept quiet and wurtu and do not need much food After they are about live days old teeth light breadcrumbs suit curd four times a day but at night hl n little egg Jive nil the milk they will conmtme It you can afford it Wlieu about three weeks old let them out for two hours lu thu heat of the tiny but do not let them get wet or cold After tliojr are six wwks of age they will give no more trouble titan a atroug healthy chicken A V Meersch In Western Ioultry Journal Itlieiiiimtlo Iahm Quickly Itclloved The excruciating pulnscharaclerliitlc of iheimutisin and eclntlnn are quickly relieved by applying Chniberltiliig Pain hahn Tim Rival pnlii relieving power of ilin liniment has been the pit lirisa and delight it thousand of sufferers The quick relief front nali which it nlTouU is ntune worth many time liii cost For sale by Jnckson UruJO IroOt In 1uultrr Pew people realize what enormous quantities of poultry and eggs are con sumed or how rapidly modern method lire revolutionizing the poultry busi ness Not many yearn ago there wua not u large poultry farm In existence tintl no one believed exclusive poultrj funning could be made to pay hilt to day there are many large poultry farms which me giving a good account of themselves and It UdIUlcult for one to say what the limit Is to the size of u poultry farm or the wonderful 1m provemeutH In methods of handling and selling It la certain that the Amer lean lieu Is jinking herself famous and U rapidly being recognized as on ton equal footing with our other great In terests such as dairying stock raising and other agricultural puriultsCoin meixlal Poultry 1 J y = I Mt4 RD E P4 3 =NEW THINGS IN NEW JERSEY Tli Jrr cy llrlle IlCBiilniit ii One or tlir M tuuii i Tuklnr ViMrllln- At inlRlit be expwted In n xttite 111 moil for ltd KanlenliiB Industry New Jersey experiment htntlon him Utii doing some nnhiie work III the brmllni of truck crop As n result of this u new variety of sweet corn the VoorheM nell wits sent out last spring Thin Kcason four new UiliiKx are an nounced the Station Hush Lima lean the ICelxey lush Ilnm bean time Htn lion Yellow toinuto und the Jersey Belle tKKplnnt Since IDCKi work has progressed upon the crosses of bush or dwarf Urn THE KCL8EY TUB MUTtON UUfln beam spcuriil betVoen the HeuderHou as the uialo and the llurpec an the fe mute parent Out of tjw crosacx two have been Helecled One nearer time Uun ee li Illumed the tatiomi Bush Lima uud the other approaching the Hcndersoa type In eaikd time Kelsey One of thu chief valuable cliaracterls ticS of these crosses U their remarkable productiveness Orwiscd plants often show this tendency and here there lies been n striking example of vigor and fruitfulness The quality of the crosses Is mild to compare favorably with that of the Burpee n variety of high grade The yield has been fully double that of ei ther parent under similar circum stances The Station Yellow toifiato a cross lit toMea4unrlSu upJuChiampl- oti gets Its finii color bCtween that of a ripe letuun ami orange trout time male parent ioldcn Sunrise and time up right or dwarfed habit of vine from the female or Cliauiploa ancestor The plant arM fruit are eomewhat larger than the Champion and the foliage less curled Thickness of thewall of time fruit with firmness of flesh renders theta desirable for marking nnd adds to the percentage of edible flesh for timetable A cross between the New York Iiu proved Spineless variety of eggplant amid time Kurly Long Pun lo Is Vtlionu In the second cut tile Jersey Belle In the center with the LOIIK AinIl nt the left timid the New York OD tIme right Time fruit of tile Jersey rBelle Instead of being long and limiter and often curved as Is the Long Purple or near ly oval ns Is the New York Improved Is HCOII to be a combination of these two extremes No change In color has developed It Is tile haridsoiup deep purple so popular with nsumersvof thus vegetable The slices from a good sized Jfeyc York Improved fruit are too large not well suited for the frying pan or A CIOSS V EOO11AcTS for serving upon the table while the cross la a decided Improvement la this respect In the Long Purplu time CroltI Is too lender but the smith and nearly seedless tillces are superior la quality The Jersey belie retains tile gOOtlI qualities of Its slender fruited parent and nt tile same time yields Sbuudnrit ly of fruits with two thrds of their flesh free from seeds or nearly twice as much as lu the New York lmprovtJ variety Forget About Your Stomach If vonrdiKPstlon Is iumdlli vital tlr Bans of your body are tint ted and nonruhed atm they should be They grow weak and invite disease Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat cures indigestion aid all utomiioh Iron bles You forget vnu Imve stomach from the very dny yon bcflu taking It This is became it gets a rut recuper ales and gradually grows stvjUrong and healthy that It trouble you nonnre E L lUbcoek Alnherst Mlim mys I Itsve taUen agreat m ny rnmntlles for Indieeitlon but have found nothing equal to ludlll Dyspepsia cure Ko tin digests what yon eat cures Indi gestion Dyvp psia Sour Stomach Belching Heartburn and all Stomach Troubles Its preparation lithe reinl of many yeua of research SiilUby ir Grain r r f c I tr i BARGAINS You Cant Afford to Miss u TrrEJ Breathitt County News has the Best Equipped Office and the Largest Circulation of any paper in the mountains We aie therefore ohIo to make you the follawing offers IOlt IfllOO We 1111I ml you time Rrenlhitt County JJew nnd hither of the fullowing for hint ym t Iime mittvilla Herald weeklr Tritium Farmer weekly- I limit ft Frirm twice a mouth J Hi Sunny South FOIt 81 25- Ti iireui hit t County News and either et the fiillowlnu fur one year Tin Wrikly CourierJournal The iXPtot Leader weekly Ailtuiiu OuiiFtitulion weekly FOR JHIa1 The Hrentliiu County Kens anti iiiht r o the followlnn for one ysir The Cincinnati Enquirer weekly Time Uommcner Itryaiit paper McCnIIV MnKHZlne the UPTONOW JOB PRINTING Veluivo added new fuccs typo to our Job ieprtrtmnent and prepared to do printing of every description A neat job anda fair prieo H I guaranteed Try us it yon to bo pleased u Plan to Cot Rich ire alien frustrated liy IIn lirnnk lovvn illio lu ilysieiiaumir cuimiI limluti Itrnce up nnd tnkt Pr Kings New Life Pills They tnkd out the material which ufe ttliRRtrtR yonr enerjie nnd give jon n new tart Cire henilnclip ind dizzIness too At Jackson Drug Co SBci Riurnnlepd Very Human Indeed Two orniig n1ffifltParilv acquired a taste for nuilled clnrct One of them nanjcd Virginie made her keeper anxious by coughing So he tried the effect of a hot potation Yirginio drnnk rolled her tlyes cx pnveively and begun to mend Her cough ceadmutti so lid the mulled claret Thin did not please Irginie at all She pondered awhile und then had a brilliant idea The cough begun again but it wa3 so plainly artificial that the keeper smiled Everybody smiled irginies com muon Krascator entered heartily tnlo the joke by coughing on lib own account Now the two animals have their jorum of mulled claret regularly About Ulicuinatlsm There are few diseases unit Inflict more torture than ilieutiinllsin and timers U probilily no dtspnae for which tnch a varied and useless lutpf retie illes have been snccfstotl To say that It can lie cured IP therefore a hold statement to make but Chamber exIIcslYOmillie treatment of timid dheaati One I Plillcation of Pain Ralm will relieve mime pain and litiuJreda of sufferers have testified to pernianent cures by Its use Why suffer when Pain Haln fforsl such qijlcl relief and costs but n trifle For aale by Jackson Drug Co How to go to California Travel via the Chtcnco Union Pacific c NorlhVei tern Line Tvo hut through trains per tiny The Overland Limited electric United less thins three daya en route Time Uulifnriiln Kxpreii through tervlcn to San Fran cico Los AiiRele and Porllnnd The Best of Everything Full punlei lars nil lo V R Knlnkern P M 0 A N W Hy Ohlcau The Missouri Pac tIle ItalUvny CoSt touls Iron Mouniulii Southern Ity Co Special IIomniseekers xcurlloll Special round trip llomespekere Excursion tickets will bi on isale April 18th at an exceptionally Pow rate to nil point in Oklahoma and IndiAn Tfcrri tories alto certain points In Missouri Arkansas Texas KniHaH Colorado anti New Mexico UegiiUr llomeiieek ers x2uninn tickets will be on sale every first and third Tnejdtiy of each month during tIme year tn nluvo terri tory very Uw rate prevailing Tick eta will bear Unal return limit of ten tyone days from date of sale liberal stopover tipeclul oneway Colonist Kxciir sbus To California and tho Northwest very low rates OB sale daily up to In cluding Ifilh uko from IGth to Out 81st Throush Tourist Sleeper from St Louis Daily alto very low rates in effect to Denver Colo Portland Los A iigelen and San Francisco California sale ccTialtt latea in April May June Culy Argu t and SeptambT fur itrkoulara audre a Lis1Uglier P P A 419 Walnut It QJI teahouse Bldg Cincinnati u yrr FOR 175 The Ilrealhitt County News anti either of time following for one year Woman llomp Companion Ladies Home Journal Tutu Delhieaior or any dollar magazine or dollar week ly published In the United States FOR JH2OO The Drenthitt County News and Time Kentucky Fanner and Breeder for one year FOR 15225 Time Jreathitt County News and either of following for one year The Daily Louisville Herald Tho Daily Ciicinnnli Post of are now ways want May Sent On VULT MKASUIIK Jreen Seal Litjuid Paints are put up Utiited States Standard measure You always get as byMFroct utica Comb If the trouble la seen before the trostI hM thawed out put the bird lu a room that will warm up slowly letting the viapecviiere r sunlight or a room that U much above thu freezing point Even the holding of dry snow agaInst the comb will help remove more slowly time frost of the ptirta hawing restored the circulation or noticing tliahlrtt after It has thawed out apply twice a day ail olntmeut ot viiNelliH six tubluHiKwufuls glycerin twotublCIIlioonCulf tun eiitlue one teaspoonful This will help start Into a healthy condition time blood circulation of comb und wattles and at the seine time reduce the swelling Dr San om In Reliable Poultry Itenicdlco Full tiC Tragic Meaning arethese lutes frump J II Simmons o Casey lit Think what might have re Milted train hll terrible cough If he hind riot taken ls medicine about which he writes 10 I hllda fearful ciiigh llmt disturbed my nlphls rest I tried everything but nothing would relieve it until I took Dr Kings New COUihlalllid es prevents llluml pneumonia Jncbsnn Drug Co i guaranteed 60c and 1 00 Trial bottld free 38 Dollars TO California AND T- HENorthwest FROM LOUISVILLE VIA TilE HENDERSON ROUTE Corresponding low rates to WasbingUm Origomm Utah Mon tana and all immediate points Tickets on sale daily upto and including May lu Also special lioiiieseolcors rates to the West and Southwest on certain dates If you contemplnto n trip ask us rates If you would travel in comfort see that your ticke reads over the Henderson RouteI between Louisville and St Louis Free reclining chait cars on all of our St Louis trains Direct connections in St Louis union station with all lines to tho WestI and Southwest LJ mwijfiQ- otif raj Passenger1 Agent 1oulsprLcY t r KILLiHICOUCH AND CURE THE LUNC KingsNlw I IFOR cINSUMPTION IUGH8 and OLDS IIPriceSurest and Quickest Cure for sit c THROAT and LUNG TROTJB LE8 or MONEY BACK Wlte SEWING MACHINEI I 1 IbyI STRONGEST GUARANTEE 4 I National Sewing Machine Co p BELVIDERE ILLINOIS An Indisputable SAFE INVESTMENT The material progress which our country is now and has been making for the past decade of years naturally brings tothe surface numerous schemes of the getrichqutck character that benefit only the promoters of such at the expense of innocent investors In this age of genuine prosperity with every legitimate business boom 1ing wages blghfrorkInabundUce 1 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 of moneymakers The Ii ds3IscJnvtstjnent to make is to become a reader of Ihe I ICINCINNATI ENQUIRER the greatest rind most reliable newspaper in the United States With the facts truth and information gleaned from its col umns one may become well qualified to reach out and secure his Share of profit that always accrues from invest nents intelligently made fThe WEEK LV ENQUIRER costs but jrie dollar for one years term The SUNDAY ENQUIRER costs you two dol lars for a year The DAILY ENQUIRER 7 issues a week you get for fourteen dollars a year Without the aid ofa firstclass newspaper success in any enterprise f becomes problematical For ten cents you can secure a sample copy of each DAILY SUNDAY and WEEKLY EN QUIRER Addre- ssEnquirer Company CIUe Blame i No One But Yourself if You Dont Get Well When Sick AU we can do Is give advice Of course thats easy But our advice Is really worth a llttte more to you than moat peoples for we otter to give you the first bottle of our medicine freelf It falls to help you Vfo could not afford to do this unless our medicine was stood Such an otter on the wrong kind of medicine would put a merchant prince In the poor lions Dr Miles Nervine however as years of experience have proved Is fc mtdl cUte that cures the sick Those whom It cannot benefltlust- han ono In ten thousand we prefer to refund their money AU we ask of you Is to try Dr Miles Restorative Nervine for your complaint If you suffer from sleeplessness nervous exhaustion dizziness headache muscular twltchlnjs melancholy loss of memory weak stomach poor blooJ bilious troubles epilepsy lit Vltus Dance etc we will guarantee to benefit you or refund your money You are the doctor 4 i yearbecameso serious that we were compelled tit take him out of school After several physicians had failed to relieve him we Cr lilies Nervine a trial Tea mouth treatment with NtrviD aDd I Liver Fills restored our boy to perfect titaIthfl JOHN B WILSON Deputy Co Clerk Paul Co Mo rams IIrouDr Nn PiiIs lt Scientific Remedy for pain Also yap torn Blank for our Specialist to dlanee your case and tall you what U wrenaj and how to It Abioluteljr rreDR UEBMKPC fa 1Oo- OMTORt 51 p1 ttI I j f IlseV4eJ WISE If AdlNS Editor + Irlday April 14 1005 PROFESSIONAL CAllUS =J1VJSEUAGI S ATTORNEYAr LAW Office over 1oslOIIIce Jc ecaox Kaszrcw MVA1I business intruited to hIm will receIve prompt and careful at tentlon 1 iiiinniummnmtmniTmmmTTmiiiiiii L C ROARK i- E LAWYER 5 JACKSON andI Will practice In Breathltt s Mngoflln Counties = 1 IIIIIUIUUUUUllUWl1UlUlUUUUU1I11i n N lG W FMKSO A 11 FLEENOIt PATTOX I c IA EnsILJACKSON 7 ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce JOHN L STKOXO- ai a candidate fur Assessor of Brenthlt county subject to the action of the lie publican parts volt SHERIFF- I am a candidate for Sheriff llreathitt Count at thin coining No veiiiber election RBCCK CRAWFORD Cope Branch K y FOR JAILER k I lte are authorized to announce LEWIS O ROSS ofj Elkntawn as a candidate for Ihl office of Jailor of Iti ottthlu county nub Jeot to the action of the Republics party Circuit Court adjourned at lieattyrjlle Wednesday A C Hudson of Noble was S r visitincr here last week T N Pel fry of Simpson was here on business Wednesday G B Johnson of Whinton was here last Saturday on business John Jones of Noble made n business trip to Lexington Tues Berry Turner of Crockcttsville was here on business Wednesday Green Shepherd of Lambric was here on business last week John T Deaton of Roosevelt was here on business Wednesday JrJgffJohnsan of Wolfe county bAUSI vjness t J T Steeie went to Wolfe county Wednesday rttu mini Thursday James S Cope Sr and J Sherman Cope of Taulbee wero here Wednesday William Sebastian of Crocketts vine was here on business the first of the week Attorney AH Patton left Thursday morning for Ilindmaii on professional business i Robert Thomas has moved into tale Fleenor building corner of Main street and Broadway Dr J A Taulbee returned last week from Hazel Green where he had been visiting hiM daughter John B Lewis of Crockettsville washero Wednesday on his way home from Beattyville where he had been attending court The commencement exercises of the Hazel Green Academy will be held May 13 to 17 and commence ment day will be May 17 J H Johnson a merchant at Malaga was hero the lint of the week and gave us an order for a good lot of job work He is a sonI of T C Johnson of Tallega and has been very successful in business IJoseph Lovely of Rousseau who took his wife to Hazel Green wentAhis physician where Mrs Lovely had a surgical operation performed last week Fears were entertninel1I at the time for her later reports are that she is im proving and it is hoped by her many friends that she will soon be able to return home a I IF YOU HAVENT USED I s ITSDay a good brush aud a can Green Seal Paint and be glad your eye caught this For gale by MS Grain II atIr II 1 c GOItRESPOIsTDENGE cmiosiiv We are glad to note the im provements on the farms in tin S vicinityThe prospects are good for an early crop Some have begun to plant corn others will soon follow Three cheers for the farmer Arkill Grigsby is very low at this writing The physicians have given up all hopes of his recovery Arkill is a bright young man and one whom everybody speaks well 3f The following were visitors hero last Sunday MaryK Malvery and Delia Combs Martha Grigsby Polly Ann Crawford Hop Godsey Bates Grigsby S C Cornett NH anaJoseph Gayheart TUOUnLEiOMK I110m to the wife of James Wit twelve pound boy IS B Ritchie has gone to Mt with a drove of cnttleI E Whitaker has recently put chased a fine young mule for 100 William Stacy has about sixty live acres of land ready for plant tag Miss Serilda llolliday left Sun day for Hazard to finish her tern of school ofGreen and Fernando Williams been very sick are improving rapidly Ance Hays has returned fron Louisville where ho had been buy ing goods for his store Wesley Combs hada big lot rolling Saturday He got some good work from the boys Jake Feltner and wife who Imvi been separated for some time tint renewed the bonds of love Miss Mina llolliday who ha been confined to her room with rheumatism is slowly improving Miss Orlena Stacy the charm ing daughter of L Stacy was tin guest of Miss Eveline Combs Sat urday night Mrs Letitia Stacy and li- v Nancy Stacy are visiting the Kellye on rs Sam llolliday has commenced n dwelling house near the mouth of McNcllie with Joseph Ritchie superintendent Troublesome is situated on Troublesome Creek 2G miles from Jackson has three stores a good school house and quite a number of inhabitants It has the misfor tune of having no church Lou for the purpose of holding divine services or Sunday school to kee the boys oft of the creek butk fishing on Sunday Therefore it behooves the people of this vicin tty to build them a church TWITS CItEEK Farming is in full progress Oliver Johnson is visiting in Lee county Mrs Emily Terry is suffering with heart trouble Born to John Coomer and wif twins a boy andagirl Ance Mclntosh and one of lb fair sex attended church Sunday Elisha Johnson of Cannel City was calling on a lady friend Sun daySome unknown person let the lire out here and it burnt about 5000 rails in this neighborhood- It will delay farming with those who lost their fencing James HJohnson and W K Terry are building a large stot house where they will conduct mercantile business Both nre well acquainted with that business andwe wish them much success TOIIUEXT Douglas and Frank Kincaid were visiting the folks at home over SundayJohn Jones of Ridgewood Junc lion was visiting friends at Zach iriah Sunday Ed Ellington removed his fami ly from Beattyville to Ridgewood Junction last week Mesdames Faulkner Davis and Booth were visiting Mrs J B Ca son at Ridgewood Junction Sunday Messrs Edward Petit John and Tolson of Campton were risking fair friends at Zachariah SundayAlex McGregor and Bud Smith J jtJii of McCormick hero hero the first of the week looking after interests of their company Mrs William Whisman went to the homo or her parents Steve Puncil and wife at Elkatawa Sat urday to visit them for an indefi nite period Mrs Kelly lL Rose and child rind Miss Sarah Spradling of Me Connick were the guests of MIsi J n Cason at Ridgowood Junction last Wednesday C S hush has several laborers busy repairing the grounds and buildings of tho L Park Hotel The new depot causes the hotel rand grounds to show up bad hence tho repair Edward Myers anti wife for met citizens of Ridgewood Junc 1tion returned there this week from their home at Clay City Ed says he could not live as well in town as he could in tho hills Peter Duflis n local oil man re returned hero from his home near Detroit Midi Monday whence he was called pearly four weeks ago to attend the bedside of his wife who was very ill and who subsequently died NKI Daniel Watts and family have unreal to Indian Fields Edward P Turner and W C Strong have gone to Jackson on business A C Neace Sr had tho mis fortune to lose 510 Finder will 1he paid 55 for its return May all the good people of this county be united together in one league with the determination to restore the lost reins of govern ment in Breathitt county and pro serve the peace and dignity for all eTohn H Combs and II AMd ler are looking through thin Idles scope of wisdom and viewing the field of science see plenty of room for improvement They think it would be good for some people of this vicinity to bury their farce in their hands and view as it were through the dim vista of b years and take better views for prospectsr SIMlSOX John Strychlin was in Simpson loading ties this week asHiss Lillie Hurst attended the funeral of her little niece Grade Cope on Sunday Millard Trent died Wednesday of pneumonia lie had only been sick eight days sellrs Melissa Combs of Lane has been the guest of her cousin li1- TSp t a31ar Hurst purchased last week for hissister Mrs 11f1 Hampton one pair of extra tine mules for 32 Miss Fannie llensley returned home Tuesday after a protracted visit to Leo City She is the benu tiful daughter of John llensley of Lawrence county Mrs W A Hampton and little flyinbetrip to they met a little girl from thee Kentucky Orphans Home who tars Hampton adopts ns one of the family She is u Lit liltlu girl seven years of age Little James M Cope infant child of the late unit Mason Cope shied on April 3d nail on April Hth his little sister Grade Cope died She was the oldest of the children and had been confined to her bed for about five months This is the fourthone of the family to die threeaMrs Cope holds up She cer vainly has our heartfelt sympathy in her bereavement PAINT MAKING Has reached a science with the Green Seal folks The highest degree of purity lies been attained by Green Seal Paint For smile by M S Grain S D Fleenor of Jackson visited Mr Hannibal Hurst at Boxer last week Henry Clair of Lee City who had his feet frostbitten went to Jackson and had his toes perfoamed CoulierITHE GREEN SEAL PAINT Will cover better than other paints This is because it is made from best materials 4- C tL 1 K=f t v a- V J H Johnsons Bargains I 1 want the people to know that I am selling goods cheaper than they have ever been sold in this country before I have a nice line of most IhstIIthe place to buy ladies tints anti dress goods 1 have tho largest stock and best assortment in those be found in the omlpocketbook my goods and get my prices I will be glad to see you and show you my goods even if yon dont want to buy Come and let mo save you money Sincerely your friend 1 II JOHNSON Malaga Ky t VUEE TO OUU UEAOEHS llotnnlc lllnod Balm for till lllootl If you milter from ulcers ertma crofula blood poison cancer enting boilgoresbone palm spelling 11111111111 bill at nth or any blnml or skin dispose wo advise you to take liotnnlc Illood Hahn K K H IIclllIr recnm mendtil rUt 11M olnltimlo deep Denied lapp curet insert nil eke fall heals every sure nuke tho tilood pure and rich gives the skin the rich glow rl health UrugRnto flllr largo buttle Sample sent free liy writing Hlood Halm Co Atlanta Us Describe Iron hit and fret iiipdiiiil udvleo sent in sealed letter Medicine sent at once prepaid Representative Howard Killed J 1C Howard Representative in the legislature front the London Ky district was shot and killed Monday in a saloon near his hume in Clay county by Til ford Bengf The men quarreled and the trouble was thought to bo over Bongo drew a pistol nnd tired five shots Won u Name of Kumo PeWltts Little Early litter the fa mous little pills hate been malt fa mime by their certain yet ImrmleM and gentle action upon the bowel and liver They hue no equal for bilious ness constipation ute They do tint weaken the atninncb gripe or make you feelsick lace used nlwajs pre erred They strenclhen Sold by M Crabse This year Faster Sunday comes on April 23rd But few times in the nineteenth tutu twentiethcI n tury has tauter been so belated Doiit Horrow Trouble Tts a had habit to burrow anything but the worst thing you cnn possibly borrow is trouble When slek aura heavy weary and wont out hy the pains anti poionn of dyspepsia biliousness Bright disease and dlmllnr internal disorders dont sit down ard brood over your symptoms but lly lor relief in Electric Hitter there you will ttitd sure and fernmnenl forget fulness of nil your troubles and your body will not lie burdened by n load of debt dliense At The Jackson Drug Co Price 60c Guaranteed MASTE- RCommissioners Side nitE tTll ITT CiRCUit COUUT S II P TUIOK PUmlllT Voilcenfinln t A U Iowmnn 1 Defendant Uy virtue of n judgment nnd order of dale of the irenthltt Circuit Court made and entered In the above styled cause at Its regular February term IWTt for the sum of 7116 with inter eat from the Nth ilny of July 1901 expenc1ldIfront door of the court house In Jackson Ky llreathitt county on MONDAY 24th Dayof April 100511 being the first tiny of the regular February torm of llin Krenthitt County Court between the lionrsKf II oclock A M end 2 oclock H M the rot lowing described rent properly lyin and being III Hreatliltl county ICy ultl property conilsta of ono fifths of one Tunnel null property oppo site the Town of Jnckion Ky on the North Fork of the Kentucky river In Breathitt county bounded on the S by the land of J W South heirs on the north by the Innil of Elherl lIa1gls and James llargis and on the east and west by the laid river also onefifth of the interest owned by G W How man deceased at the time of his death In H treat of land on the north side of the North Fork of the Kentucky river known n the Jo Little farm Bounded on the north by the land of W D Hark on the south by the sold river and on the east by Elvira fll tlaV land and on the went II the Inndu of Minerva Haya and Priufa llnys or- en much thernof as will be necessary to satisfy the above judgment inter tint and ensue of this gale said property will be sold at nubile auction to the highest end best bidder on n credit of six and twelve month In equal In stallments and the purchaser will be required to sire bond for the purchase money with approved security bear- Ing Interest from of sale and replevinbondlaid bonds fur the full payment of the purchase price arid interest Bidders must be prepared to comply promptly with these terms tmoiiPt of debt 71 16 Interest 3 30 Cost of suit 10 15 ommlasionerg cost 7 50 Cost or printing 10 00 Totalw 11 1 11 This 6th of April 1005 JV C AnmvETr M q n 0- 0h lfo iq WEDDING PRESENTS I toUR STOCK or i Fine Out Glass i pANN i Solid Silverware f store complete than ever ji V 5 Handsome Cut Glass Bowls I i largo size SI i antiup t wards tI r Flue Heavy Tumblers iillr rr nnd nptentdat IIEIlrTZ7 113WKIKK- HV MAIN ST oPt IMUKMX J- LEXIXTOX KV JaSi2i tJIiJIiI = ti SPECIAL ONK WAY COLONIST RATE TO Til 12 restTolthlveSt nnd California VI- ASouthern Railway March 1st to May loth nod Sep tember Itith to OcloherHlflt lHllIsio PROM IJCXINGTON 3040 Cry 3700 3900 4040 To Helens untie Ann cumin Misauiiln nod ninny nlherhlernlediatep- utut4 its Spokane Uuvlilnxln unit sunny outer Inter mrdiule pnhsta To Sun Franeirem Sncrp menu Ima AnKilii Sat DlfK mul nil puintn hi OnllfuMiln Aliio tn Iluc nix stud Irefcntt Arl Knit anti internifillati pulllU To IerllnndOregotlCa- coils Un liliiRton Stet lie VntliliiKinnVitiicuii vet II ll Victoria II 0IIIHI ninny utter pnInK In ttn htiiiii n DrtUiin and Itrltitli Co Innililit The Hjutlifrn ltnlvny nlTer Ilir wry licit math unlit convenient relied lcs nun lexliinnn nnd lnilivllle In pouts West Nnriliweit and In Culi Its rnin Two trnln ilnlly front IJTiiilnii tn St Lenin mahout the liuipiivcininee ol uehatig uf ears Vomllinlt day cnneliui and IKKK UKOMNINC UMAIIt CA Issn nil traits Urfie for Information T W RE11S1 P A Icxinulim Ky C H IlTNnKUKlt U P A Louisville Ivy IA I Watches LetIt I CLOCKSSilverware Silver Novelties andall kinds of iirstclaaa Jewelry call on S D FLEENOll JEWELER AND OPTICIAN JACKSON KY Vn 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCE L TRADE MARKS DESIGNS eOJlVRICWTS Att Anyone sanding a dticrlnllon may ln our opinion free IIbelber wi tICk1raCea luilentuble ommunke- annaatrldtyronedentlaL Ilndboekoneatente- lent tree Uldoatagency Tor ieourlnf natenu Patents taken Wunu R Co nrvlrtpHial notice without charge In the Scientific Htnericatt A bandtomelr Illuitrattxt weekly Ijuvttt elr tulatlun of arlentlOo loamal jnnn 1- M dblallneedealraUM 1 flaps time V St WubwaiunIIa t l lICOMPANYIWholesale Retail f oJI have the most complete stock of L GENERAL t I MERCHANDISE i I t Ever brow htiof ff oodA 6 iJfJ I UJSt i I O 1 j l qI1Qlt C flOeS We hUH the Iinostiline of shoes in 1lilfit ern Kentucky Our mens shoes are of I the latest style For the Ladies we have the n Eh- Fashionabt tui of Shoes money o could buy THE LATEST DESIGNS IN MILLINERYThis Department is under the man agement ofMiss Margaret Basket Iocan show you The Latest Style Hats direct from New York tYALSO- I FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS In all FreshfromIf you need any House Furnishings or FURNITUREwo 4 are the people you tire looking for I we have it by car loads to suit r- every body i Come and see us ourq r Jr rPri sjrAlrIRiihtIIu 11111111 11111 uu u DAY BROS COMPANY- Jaclson s h Kentucky v 1 1Jct 1 ji b i l 1 fcr1J I I N lM ww r1 2tJII k I t f Thet Breathitt News PtiMlnlu livery KrMny I ff JLocal and Personal f J KiMIi IWEADand HtTTERnt UADUISNS John Allen of Ieo City wow in Jackson1 Saturday oIj wn9rt You can find low cut shoes nl fri OSHQUyS in nil styles Stop with Halt Him nt teed hotel when in Lexington + J U MoLin made a husfne- t trip to I exinglon Tuosday Miss Nancy Henley spent Sun fitly visiting on Cane Crook t The infant son of A IJ Hngins If Is very sick nt 1 R nlsIBully Ivusli went to Wolfe coun ty Saturday returning Monday- shis Eva Scwcll spent Sunday visiting Jam Means at While Olllj Miss Evil SewiIIspent and Sunday visiting her home uti White Oak C lIADDJ will hate a nice lino of VUKSII VKG BAULKS Saturdayc hIIlul wife of loose volt are visiting Itobeit Davidson and family Oranl llolliday lies taken u job of logging for 1 W Foul on Stray Branch Th6 Jackson Using Co in get ting in H new supply of drugs and druggist sundries Miss Abbie Bailey will have her millinery owning on Friday and Saturday April 21 nut 22 Manfonl demons and his son Henjamin HarrUon or llownnls Crook tens Ilhrt Oil huainass today disc Lillio Hurst altondetl tom fiinonil of little dracio Cope on Frozen Sunday retuning Monj lay f Missri Kiln Moore and Isabel Urn visited flee llItirI Jell Creek SiM Kl Sun i Villiam Spt dl work on his farm at UaUdalo last Wednesday fell Nod sprained his wrist John Wilcher was sent to tint nsylum at Lexington Tuesday He was sent once before hut was discharged hunts P Adams of BIIIttiII1ll- UI3ttI through to attend the special tern of the Matollin Circuit court Miss Mnuuic ullhSPCIII Saturday and Sunday visiting her P I II1 was aorom panied by Miss Winnifred Hrophy Miss Eliza Spencer is at tint hllloottwo years ago i r Tho singing sevices for the union revivalwill ht conducted by Miv Sewell who will be here to begin Friday night at the courthouse Hvery body invited r honePWednesday front J View and other points on the river where he had been marketing logs for the past six weeks The friends of lobo N Hurst of PIn lhtI will he glad to hour that lie hats rerotredrein the protiacled spellof pneumonia1 with which he way continuo several t weeks r AH the season for glNetllsis drawing to an end I propose from this on to give special prices in this line You will do well In- C call in person or by phone Hil J M OSIIOUN t Tho storm of Monday evening wWi the severest of the season Many trees were blown down in Jackson and tin roofs were hurled from houses allover town How j over ito serious damairo was done Airs Agues Patterson accom partied by JIiIand Mrs F W Fletcher left Tuesday morning for lieu home in Cynthiana rigs J Patterson has spent several months hIlet I rP r Ya w I Al rIAHBlNGlms On tho Heights the robin lint the bluebird gay Likewise the jaybirds ton- i And master Ulaokhirdsire singing away I I With measures slow hut true The farmers out at the break of day I Ito meet tim rising sun The frogs are croaking on the boom I hlUunlonLAnd the grasses wet with dews And spend an hour in the shade leading TUB HIIIUTMITT COUNTY NBWH To itrenthilt Jurors nfliresyour ruary term I0or T II Iliwox TJ F The Sick Charlie Watts who hurts been sick with fever is improving Robert Yanaisdall who has been sick for some time with fever is improving Millinery unit Dressmaking If you want the tartest Style IIl1tN Notions and everything yourdltssescall on Miss AUMIB HAILKV Corner Main and Hroadway XOTirK Ir11aulhee has placed Iris accounts in my hands Jor collection Persons indebted to mini for medicttl services will please cull on me and settle at once Idiliv KAMI Attorney lu Destitute ChI instances Syra Combs and wife who are probably tltlllhsi people in Jackson are both sicklit their Innate on the hill and art unable to help theniHolvos 111111nrn in desti tube circumstances Squire Moore is getting up a relief fund for their benefit Fruit NOt Hurt The temperature in this section on last Friday night was at a freer IJ1ltuhhsimeansnconsidered serious It may prove a benefit in that the heavy building has been thinned so that tho re jinainingfruit will grow larger and become moro matured Into Fixed Judge Renton has assigned the contempt cases against the Har 11Itiny of the term April 2f th hop ing that he may be able to sand wich them in between the trial of theILtXIIITnn ItattJo Arc Higher of cattle nil over the country has developed in the last fifteen lays Meat prices are going up in Cincinnati as well as in other cities of the country Dressed beefat wholesale hiss advanced 1IU a hundred pounds in the past week and live stock has advanced 1 a hundred Ilors have also advanced getIall their Dress ear Neckwear and 1 losicry nt OSHORNS- llctiirneil From n Sad Mission Ir1 M Kash and his son Frank Rush returned last Sattir whtlrIthey been to see Kash woo was sick with typhoid fever He died March 2Hh Dr Kash was a son of Dr J M Kash oj this place and hud been living in Missouri for live years and en joyed a good practice Property Changes Hands John Mclntosh has sold his house and lot on Lincoln avenue to Frank Kash Clarence hidden Inns purchased a lot of A H Patton on the Heights tied is building a cottage thereon Cooley Combs of Perry county has bought of Judge Francis his property in the upper end of toIDr A M Arnold of St Hel ors hints purchased home on west Main street of D B Rcdwino and will move heit next week and enter the practice of medicine I hum o some special prices in Mens and Womens Shoes Hoys Clothing and Mens s Pants J M Osboru 4 4 i IrJw Afternoon Leader Moore liltS accepted lire agency for the Lexington Loader tin Jackson Tho afternoon edition is issued at 2 oclock nail will be on sale upon the arrival of tine L K 015 train For Sale Portable sawmill with cornmill attached Engine 10 x 14 inches Will be in operation fur thirty days near Oakdalc Ky and must be sold within that time Price r 00 A L WOOD Howling Case Continued The case against George Bowl ing diargod with perjury at Mt Sterling was continued last Tuesday Until lire September tern by the Commonwealth because the witnesses were at Lexington in the Iliirgis trial Howling it will 011PIJolt White trial at Cynthiana last yen r Tom Whlto Taken to Cjnthlana Tom While who Inns been in the Covington jail for the past year was removed to the Cynthiana jiiil last week It was througha mis lake in fudge Fryers order that he was taken to Cynthiana instead of Frankfort His mother visited him at the jail and urged him to to make n confession in tine Cock rill case but he claims he knows nothing in the ease White was taken to Frankfort Thursday and is now behind the walls of tine penitentiary MAKKIAUKH Hud Soul hwood and Mrs Hettio Combs both of Jackson were married last week Oscar J only and Miss Morgan were married nl the brides residence at Manchester last week They arrived here last Saturday and are living at the Arlington Mr Cody is with a company of surveyors who mire at work in Perry county He was formerly connected with tho O K Rail road Company NOT1CK Is hereby given that the part nership heretofore existing be tween W II Hlanton and Grant llolliday under the firm name of W II Hlanton Co Inns boon dissolved by mutual agreement of the parties AV II Itlnulon to continue tine business All accounts owing said firm are to be paid to W H Hlanton liven under our hands this fith day of April 1005 W II HIAXTOX Ill h DKATH ROLL George Helton Miller who lived on Flint Ridge died April 5th after an illness of about six months lie was about 70 years ojd Gracie Cope daughter of Mrs Mason Cope of Simpson died last Saturday and was buried Sunday She hail lung trouble brought on by an attack of measles She was about J years old Miss Gillian Carpenter laughter of Rev Stephen Carpenter died at her home on Quicksand last Wednesday morning after an illness of several weeks lieu funeral was conducted nt her late homo on Thursday after which the remains were hurled in the family burying ground The Harris Cases The llargis cases were called for trial last Tuesday morning in tine Circuit Court ul Lexington and both sides announced ready The defendants claiming separate trials the Commonwealth elected to try James llnrgis first The selection of n jury was nt once en toyed into Allof the regular panel were examined anti all but live hind formed or expressed an opinion riii the case and were excused These the however will be subject to challenge by hotly sides when as many as twelve men are selected Court was adjourned until Thursday morning to allow the Sheriff time to summons the jurors whose names were placed in ltd jury wheel by the jury com missioners some time ago The court overruled the motion of tho defendants to have the Sheriff summons the jury from bystanders and thereupon drew the the names from the wheel and de livered them to tho Sheriff and ordered him to report Thursday morning There are about seClH ne hellliol I i YNCashEES Store IS NOW HEADQUARTERS FOR XowtPrices andllaTgainsin ovary line I have had fifteen years experience in merchnndisiiiir aunt can and will sell you goods cheaper than they were ever sold in this town I wish to thank you one and nil for your most liberal patronage aid oskII continuance of BHine NEW GOODS i Yes F have them and lots of them elo3o prices and small profits is my motto = I want Sour trade if low prices and honest dealings will get it JR1Bbi u I i CLEAN SWEEP SALEThe Following prices are for Dash or produce I MENS SI ITS 12 OOSuitsnow8 19 11 00 7 W titlU 5 411 S 00tit n 5 41 710 Tt 119- t 4II ft 00 tit ik 1 2 411 MENS SHOES 5 00 Shops now 349 100 274 a sotit 2 24 a 00 I 08 2 SOt 1 74 2 00tit tit 149- i50 1 10 1 2tit it 08 l1I S jlrs sa 00 Huts now 1 08 2 f 0 T 1 74 2 00 1 40 1 50a 1 10 100tit t 70 75 40 LADIES SKIRTS S4 ooSldltsnow2 98 U 00 1 08 2 50tit tit 174 200 149- I 00 tit 70 CSKOCERIES now18je1o- lnutoes Apples Tobacco now8 SUITS Suits 1101tti 24i itt 11 LADIES SHOES htit We working hard your trade and if dealing and yory low prices will interest you to it and buy your wants us Four dollars will work five Inure Try us respectfully cmKELMANJACKSON BARGAIN HOUSEj 5Z i5dSr5 5c5d5c5PSZ S25L2S25Z5252 25rS 13 M SHELY W h I SHELY Sv LITTLE MANOTACTUHRHS AXI DKALKHS IX MARBLE GRA- NITEMonuments IDi I and Tombstones Satisfaction guaranteed Call or write prices and by buying from us 22 YEARS m JACKSON BREArntM EXPBlUBNCRID lsa 252SE5 222525255ES252552S29aS252525 52S25252S2 nI AT1RIttIS1J USTTKU JJST CINCINNATI STOCK JI unclaimed matter advertised Pnnlel Hurst postmaster nt Jackson Ky April itsand SPlit to the lend letter ofllce at Washington D 0 for the week ending April 21t 1003B L M ran lrllril Farmer Clmimy Oscar 3 M M Dickion Lully llatfleld W M llarlman Fred W llart Onida linger Jell L Mon Fluich LIzzlH Wright II A GALLON OF GREEN SEAL PAINT Is a gallon of henry bodied paint and when thinned up according to directions every package is the roost economical paint made For sale by S Crain II 2 lbs Arbuckles Coffee 2re 17 bags ISc Cotrpe per raint 9e per can Oc Patches per ear Oc Kraut per ran Op a twists lOc Syrup per gallon tar MENS PANTS 5 00 Pants 40 4 00 21- t 50tit tit 2 10 3 00 1 OH 2 50 1 74 2 UOtit tit 1 40 1 f 0 1 19 1 25tit tit OH BOYS Si uO 2 It 00 198 or 2 00 i 50tit tit i 10 a 00 Shoes now 2 250 1 241 2 00 I 1 f 0 I 10 25 pairs of Rubber Boots to be closed out nt 1 00 are for square we are auro get Come entire of do the of Very I 2 H LITTLE j AND 1 f for save money ill l1Hln + tot by D + Cllftim Spicer A on M v CINCINNATI April 1JCI1HloI market active strong hihIFair to good shippers S4 75 10I 5 75 butcher steers 5 7f mon to fair 150 to 5 rO Hogs market steady Good to choice packers 5 7f common to choice heavy fnt sows i 52 to 5 00 light shippers 5 to 525 pigs 110 pounds and less 5140 to 5 lf Sheep extra 5 25 good to choice 1 75 to 5 15 common to fair 3 to Si 05 Lamb common to fair 1 50 to lbCalve good+ to choice C to Ole common to rough i to HcI I fA P QRlUFOrD jPmES BFJOPJW P F CYONr 4 Look before i 2ou Purchase I Say did yon know we land the J- fiI jYouto now 11Jt0 date right priced giltedgedl1lu please thuIcustomer and pleasure to sell of merchandise we have it 3 UES= SH + astJj BldlI + I Dress Goods and Notions The verdict is unanimous r Truly your friends A1 CRAWFORD r CO L ksonr r JFcntucty NClG7 EK J II OiiLadles tone Shoes ji II i tNoCut of Vamps in e Courtneys Shoes e e FOR SALE BY 4 A P Crawford CQ C 4 FOR SALE C T Pure bred Golden Bronze Turkeys White Pckin Ducks Cornish Indian Game and Single Comb Brown Leghorn ChickensEggs for Hatching in season Place your orders early Our eggs are guar anteed to bo strictly fresh nail from wellmated pure u bred fowls ouR PRICES pRe RIQIT LM M Hagms UEi Y COW RATES TO WEST aid SOU5HUEST VI- ASouthern Railway fiv round I rip rates every tint unit third TUESDAY in ewoh month VBUY JURAT ONE WAY AND HOUND Tltlf RATES March 21 April 4and 18 TWO TRAINS DAILY BCTWUKS LEXINGTON ANI ST LOUIS Nil chnugeof Oar FREE RK- OUN1NOOIIAIROARS Only one chance iifcnr between lexiiikiun Alldlht WPt VIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY Write for information T W OREW3 T P A 1 Ill E Mal St LKXIXOTOX Ky W H Henderson Ayres Street Onp Post Oflbe LEXINGTON KY IptIEIt IS Grain Beds Feed Wheat Rye Harley 0tt Mid Corn KentuckyIJIUII Hay Stri w run Feed rTUPTONOW Printingu TUB NEWS has added new faces of type to its job de partment and is prepared to do printing of every descrip tion tho way it should bo done such as LETTER HEADS ENVELOPES BILL HEADS STATEMENTS 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 Work Doge Ulg Pro- misedbUARD our health 11 using PURE flour only71e most health furl cereal preparation is flour and the most Hour Ja HANSFlELDS BEST PATENT N n- Mountain Lily Mi Hod Lwator power from the very lest selected wheat on petClct Wo say MANSFIELDS is the finest flour made but we dont expect you to take our youhowoer + Wo know it will be enough to mako you a linn fast friend of MANSFIELD FLOUR ffiuy from your Sroetryman R C MANSFIELD SON ROSSLYN KY J a- r I EBEN OLDEN I ny IRVING DACHELLER CupyHuM MOO lu Lothtp fuUIMng Company llI t We stowedour pacUnsoH in the wt 8 on box and I walked n few tulles niul then jot Into the empty basket Fret tlppcil his load over onto or twice Ingot a steady gait In the way of Indus 14 try after uwhlle and a more cheerful I look We had our dinner by the road side on the baukpf a brook an hour or no after midday and came to a little vil loge nbout sundown As we were near lug It there was some excitement amour the dogs nod one of them tackled Fred lie went Into battle very promptly the wagon Jumping and rattling until It lieenforced by Uncle turret bottom up Kba elute he soon saw the heels of lira aggressor and stood growling sav agely lIe was like the goal In a puzzle maze all wound nUll tangled In hU harness and It took some time to get his face before him nod his feet free At n small grocery where groups oC liien Just out of the Melds were sitting their arms bare to the elbows ivt bought more bread and butter In pay lug for It Uncle Kb took a package out of his trousers pocket to get his change It was tied lu n red handkerchief and I remember It looked to be abou the size of till list lie was putting It back when It fell from his baud bens lly and 1 could hear the chink of coin RII It struck One of the men who Imt near picked It up and gave It buck to him As 1 remember well his klndnes had an evil flavor for he winked at hili companions who nudged each other liS they smiled knowingly Uncle Kb wus a bit cross when I climbed Into the basket and walked along In silence 80 rapidly It worried the dog to keep pact The leading rope was tied to the stocl of the rifle and Ireds walking gait was too slow for the comfort of hlil neck You shiriess cuss Ill put a kink In your neck fer you If ye dont wall up said Uncle 13b as be looked baqi at the dog In a temper wholly uy worthy of him We had crossed a deep valley am were climbing h long hill In the dusky twilight r Willie said Uncle Eb your eye ore bettern mine Look back and set It any ones coinlnV Cant see any one I answered Look way back lu the road as fur as ye eau see I did so but I could see no one lie slackened his pace a little after that nail before we had passed the hill It was gutting dark The road ran Into woods and a river cut through them n little way from the clearing Supper time Uncle Ill I suggest cd as we came to the bridge Supper time Uncle Eb he answci cd turning down to the shore r got out of the basket then and fol lowed htm In the brush l red found It hart traveling here and shortly we took off Ills harness and left the wagon transferring Jts loud to the basket 1snipewe pushed on to Hud a cniiiplii Hack In the thick jfuibera ltin way from the road we built tt lire am had our supper It was u dry nook In the plnllItllht aa n hOllse Uncle Ell said and carpeted wHIt We fniKnmi jiewliesr Whet we lay on our bilck In the firelight I remember the weary droning voice of Uncle Kb hud an 1m presslve accompaniment of whispers While he told stories I had a glowing cIJcntler on the end of n slick anil wn t fiery skeins In the gloom h He had been telling me of a panthci he had met In the woods one tiny how the creature run away at the sightI of him Whys a panther frald o folks I inquired Waal ye see they ufeed t be friendly years an years ago folks an pa- nthenbut they want eggszaely callat wl t git along tgetiIerioluo way An ol she panther gin erame uv her cub u great while ago jCl I mttke frJcns The cub he grew big uu used t play an be very gentle They wuz n boy tit i tuk to an both on eni got very friendly The boy an the panther went olt one day n the woods guess twas moron n hundred year ago an was lust Walked all over an1 ttnIy got t goln round an round n a big circle till they was both on ein tired out Count night they lay down es hungry cs tew bears The boy he was kind o raid othe dark so he got up dUll t the panther an lay tween his paws The boy he thought the panther smelt funny an the panther he didnt jes like the smell o the boy An the boy he lied the leg ache an kicked the panthern the belly BO t he klu o gagged an spit an ther wont neither on em reel com table The sot pavys o1 the pnnther was Jes like pincushions Hed great hooks In em sharper the pint uv a needle Au when lie was goln1 t sleep hed ruu cm out Jes like an ol cat kind o playfulan pur an1 pull All t once the boy felt sumtblu like a lot o needles prlckln his back made him Jump an holler like Sam 11111 The panther he spit sassy an rlz up an1 smelt o the ground Didnt neither on em know what was the mat ter Dime by they lay down aglu Twant only n little while fore the boy felt Humthln prlckln uv him He hollered an kicked agln The panther he growled an spit mi dumb a tree an sot on a limb an peeked over at thet queer little critter Couldnt neither on cm uuderstan It The buy cud see the eyes o the panther In tho dark bhone like tew live coals eggszacly Time pantherd never sot u a tree when he Was hungry an see a boy below him 8umthlu tol hlnr t Jump Tall went swish lu the leaves like thet Ills whiskers quivered his tongue come out Cud think o nuthln but his big empty belly The boy was ncalrt Ho up with his gun quick es a hash aimed at Ida eyes an let or tllcker Blew a i 1 lot o smoke an bird shut an paper waddln right up lilt his fate The panther he lost his whiskers an one eye an got hula hide full o shot an fell off the tree like n ripe apple an run fer his ute Thought hed never punIt ti jl I fifI 1 Ia r e S 7 t CONDoround where labor is never oppressed by stress where animal vitality is never lost by mere conflict with cold in region where the resources are more Do you want to live a area in the world where the division varied than in any other equal of great ranches affords a fine opportunity to get a small farm that will assure you a competence Do you want to live where with a minimum of labor you can grow profitable crops of grapes and small fruit oranges lemons olives prunes and almonds alfalfa and grain where crops are sure business is good and capital easily finds profitable investment Then go to California where both health and opportunity await your coming The Chicago Union Pacific and NorthWestern Line Coast and there are two fast doubletrackthroughrailway between Chicago sot1r II X33 are good on and on a berth in a car from costs only 700 arc on sale from all at rates via FILL IN THIS AND MAIL IT RWiIIs = = = = slghti uv after thet Allwui trade him gag an spit t think o tbt matt critter Went off taw hkt owu folks an tol o the boy at nplt tire nu smoke an growled t ot almos tore bears off An now whenever they bear 11 gun go ore they allwus think Its tbe inan critter growling An they gag UU spit an look es If It made em sick t the stomach Au the man folks tbey didnt hey no good pinion o the pal timers after thet Haint never beeu frleus any more Tact Is a man lit- icon bonny kind uv n beast but a pal timer he cant bo nuthlu but Jest a too as we lay there In the firelight Uncle Kb told the story of the gingerbread bear He tolll It slowly as If his were 8- verely taxed And here Is the story Once they wuz a tyoy got lost AVa goln cross lots t play with uother bo an lied t go through a strip o wool Went off the trail t chase n ImttcrU an got Zest lied his kite an cross gun nu he wandered all over till lie was tired an hungry Then he la down t cry on a bed u IUOJH Iurt quick they was a big black bear corn along Whats the matter said the bear Hungry says the boy 4 Tell ye what Ill dew says the bear If yell scratch my back fel me Ill let ye cut a piece o my tall olr t eat Bears tall yu know lies a lot o meat ou It beam tell It was grate good fare BJ the boy he scratched tile beats back nu the bear he grlnnet an made his paw go patltty pat ou thi ground It mild feel so The the boy tuk his an begun t cut off the bears tall The tear hi flew mad an growled an growled sc the boy he stopped an didnt dast cut 110 more Hurts awful says the bear Couldnt never stan It Tell ye Ill dew Ye my back an now Ill scratch yourn Oee whiz said I Yes sir thats what the bear sold Uncle Kb went pu The boy he up an ruu like a nailer The bear he laughed hearty AU scratched the ground like Ram Hill an Hung the dirt hlghern his head Look here says he as the boy stopped I Jes swallured n piece o mutton Hun yer hand lot my throat an Ill let ye hey It The bear he opened lily mouth an showed his big teeth Whew I I whistled ThetK what he done said Uncle Kb Ho showed em plait The boy was scalrtcr n a wound The bear hv Jumped up flu down on his an laughed an hollered an sliuok himself Only Jos foolln says he when he see the boy was goln t run agln What ye fraid uv Cant bear t stay here says tin buy less yoll keep ycr mouth shet An the bear he shot his month an plnted to tilt big pocket n his fur tOI tall winked nil motioned t tin boy Tow bear he reply did hey a pocket min the hits big fur lint The buy slid Ju up t the elbow Wha dye spose he found Dunno said C Sumthln f vit he continued Boy liked It Ulutot till tilings I guessed cyerlhlng I could think of from cookies to beefsteak and govt- tip Gingerbread said he soberly at length ye said bears couldnt tjilk I objected Waal the boy M fell asleep an hed only dreamed o the b irsalil Uncle Kb Ye nee bears can talk when hose tire dreauilu Cpuie day 1 t tickets are on sale March I to May 15 at the rate of 3300 from Chicago with corre spondingly low rates from all points give you an chance to the trip These tickets daily personally conducted excursions which double Pullman tourist sleeping Chicago Roundtrip tickets always points reduced the Chicago NorthWestern Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Railways COUPON- s TODAY aelan pantherThen remarkabl Invention splendid Jackknlfe what scratched cggszaely hliulegs hlsVhnnd Thought nuttian daily unusual make W D KNISKERN P T M C It NW Ry Chlcco Ili Please mat free to my aidrLS California boaktsts maps cad full particulars OIlWllinc rate sad trato aerviu n light tiiebo3futupmlkttlIll u 1 crow broke hU wing with tin cross gun Then he tied the kite string on j t the crows leg an the crow flopped j along an tho boy followed him an blmi by they come out ht a corntleld where till crow d been used t coniln fer his dinner I What come o the boy said III Went home said lie gaping as lay on his buck and looked up at the j tree tops An he allwus said a hear was good compny If hed only keep his month shet Jes like some folks Ive- henni uv An what come o the crowr I Went t the ol crow doctor an got his wing fixed he sold drowsily And In n moment I heard him snor hug We haul been asleep n long time when time barking of Fred woke us I could Just see Uncle Kb lu the dim light of the lire kneeling lK sIde me the rifle In his hand Ill fill ye full o lead It ye Mme any nearer he shouted CIIAITKK IV wE listened awhile then but heard no sound lu the thicket although Fred was growling ominously hub hair on end As for myself I never had a more tear fill hour than that we suffered before the light of morning cause I mantle uo outcry but clung toiny old companion trembling He did not stir for a few minutes and then we crept cautiously Into the small hemlocks on one side of the opening Keep still he whispered Dont move er speak- Presently we heard n move In the brush and then quick as a hash Uncle Eb lifted his rifle and tired In the dlrec tlon of It Before the loud echo hud gone off In the woods we heard some thing break through the brush at a run 8 a man salt Uncle Kb as he Us tenet He aint ulosla no time wither We sat listening as the sound grew fainter and when It ceased entirely Un ego Kb said he must have got to the road After a little the light of the morning began sitting down through the tree tops and was greeted with in numerable lie nTtilitinoble said Uncle Eb pat ting the old dog as he rose to poke the tire 1nrty good chap I can Iml Recall hey halt o my dinner arty time he wants It- Whn do you suppose It was I In quired UolilKrn I guess he answered an theyll be laylti fer us when we go out mebbe but If they lire Fred Ml tlnd em an Ive got Ol Trusty here an I guess thetll take care uv us Ills rllle was always flattered with that name of 01 Trusty when It had done him a good turn Soon as the light had come clear he went out In the near woods with dog anti rifle nail beat around In the brush lit returned shortly and said he had seven where they came and went Id akllled cm deader n a door nail sold he laying down the old rifle If theyd acome mummy nearer Then we brought water from the river catch had our breaUfast 1rcd went on ahead of us when we started for the road scurrying through the brush on both sides of the trail as If be knew what was expected of him Ho flushed a number of partridges and Uncle Eb killed one of them on our way to the road We resumed our Journey without nay further adven tore It was jso smooth and level under foot that Uncle Kb let uie get In the wagon after Kml was hitched to It The old dog went along soberly and without much effort save when we came to hills or sandy places when I alwiija fot out and ran on lrEhlndr + r e- V JtU + k s Uncle Kb showed me how to brake the wheels with a long stick going downhill 1 remember how It hit tin dogs hitIs at the first down grade non how he ran to keep out of the WilY of It We were going like mad In lint a minute Uncle Kb coming after 19 calling to till dog Fret only loukei over his shoulder with a wild eye nt the rattling wagon and ran the harder He leaped aside at the bottom and then we went all In a help For tituutcly no harm was done I declare said Uncle Eb as be came up to us pulling like a open horse anti ticket me up unhurt and cgau to untangle the harness of old Fred I guess he must a thought tbl derlj was after him TO BE COXTJXCEDl a Keep ynnr InwrU regular by Ifi life of hamborlaliiV Stomach sue Liver Tablets here in nothing bet t er For sale by Juckion Drug Co Tipping a Tipper Iouvc got it fellow in there that shall not wait oil me again said ai irate customer as he umergeil iron the dining room and slapped hi money down on the pay desk 1n not stingy continued the custom er and ont mind giving tipshul when u waiter hangs about till a fel low Jut nearly finished eating nm whit + Do Not Forget Me I thin it is about time something wa done IThe night Nnmo In DeWitt DeWitts Witch llnzl Silvrt cool soothes Mid heats cuts biirtK boils bruise piles and ell skin diionsci K E Zlrkefoose Adolph V YnRjr My little daughter had white nvellln an bad that piece after peae of h01l1 worked out of her leg DeWilti Vital hazel Salva cured her It U thl most vunJerfnl healing salve In the world Kevure of counterfeits Such by MS Grain start With Uouil Stock There is one timing for the beginner to remember Start with a god standard bred fowl Dont Invest a cent lu dung trills They turn worthless The thor oughbrcds will cost a few cents inure to start with There the difference In expense ceases They occupy nu more room require no more care will rot nu more than the mongrels anti when von sell them for breeding or exhibiting or their eggs for hatching youll thud the balance greatly In their favor Ioultrr Xotr Cut clover Is an Indispensable article of diet All kinds of vegetable till ti place In time hens dieting lent they can hardly be said to be substitute for cut cloverNever give sulphur to poultry ou a tidily day Put chicks on a cracked wheat diet when three weeks old Old ducks never get lice The oily na lure of their feathering prevents this For scaly legs In fowls an ointment made of milpbur mind coal oil Is good 1 lIch breed po l es4es Home character lathe dominant trait In which It exists Sea Cure for Cancer All urrnQp cancers nre now known to hI curable by Hiicklcnr Arnica Sill VI fns Walter nf Duflleld Va writes r 101 had A cancer on my lip for years Hint teemed ncurnhle till UucUleno Arnion Salve leeched It such now ll la perfeolly well Guaranteed tine for ruts stud burns 2Ba at The Jaekto- Drug Co iV dI vJSV I 1 f Iit CS R RAILROAD TABLES Lexington cf Eastern Ry LOOAITIMl rABId Effective ct lUth nki west Iouiui Nu I No J Dally Dally III Sunday lx Sunday AA IM vJackron 65 226 U A K JunctJoBM 2UO nenttyvlile Jun TO 328 Tin rertt 7 IT 347 Natural Bridge 801 401 Stanton 82K 480 Clay City SJT 439 Winchetter 023 SJO rlwxIiiRion 1010 6M East Bound Ns I Na 4 dally U lly- itSunJay ISundy- IM A M lv LexliiRton 223 71B- Vlnnheiter 310 825 Clay City SrQ 913 Stanton 4 00 923 Natural Bridge 435 9 61 Torrent 440 1008- Keattyville Jun 511 1020 O A KJimc 611 1123- ArJnckvm 016 1130 NOR 3 ami 4 nmkn dUet cuniieolldii for Onnnel lily and point on Ohio A Kentucky Htiihvny DivNIon daily rr cept SuiuUy No 1 stud 2 connect at 11 K June tion with Chesapeake A Ohio for Ml Sterling and 111111111111111 Trcln firs 1 t 2 connect at fleshly vllle Jnncllon with itA for Hcnttj vllle J H llMitt Gen Mgr I CiiAt SCOTT Q P AIr 0 K UY Kffecttve Mm Jnd 1004 Hast Bound West UoundI iN STATiONa ii N Ia w il eH = HAM rAR rim Afi AM IV fV tar nao 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