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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, April 21, 1905. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1905 bre1905042101 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 21, 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. 4 RA PA4THITrCOUNTYl E SJ Wisx LLiINa Editor and Publisher r A NEWBIAIKU DEVOTKD TO TUB INTKKKSTS OK EASTERN KENTUCKY = ONEIDOLLAR rIm YEAR IN ADVANCE = = = Volume IV Jackson Kentucky Friday April 21 1905 Number 27IIo r j jLiWa will nccept advortUotnontfl otya guaranty that our paper has more than twice the circulation in Ereathitt County ofuny puper i publishwl Our paper roeft to ev erg post olllco in Wry County and almost every ono in Lee Ma gotlln0w8loy Wolfe mill Knott OoujitieaIf waul torwuH tho moun + lain trade try an ad in tho HnrATH fir lIT COUNTY Nuws 1 PRICES FOR I LOWERQ41U7 antknJ flu ly Nttr Needles Oil Repair roil All MUM AT giNGRR STORE Needles yen Package ottlrtiiit earner 1IIniliI ami Iroailwnv Street t JACKSON KY I a1tt BUY THE s1 lour wr luaralU ncea run eu WI make S wnc Nehlnr to suit all condition of hlrde The MXrr Jlanin Hindi tth brad of II Hhrlsrad Umllr Mwbir machine MvM V MMlhorlira denier eoty row CACC ev Jaincs M Richardson Co ieneral Agents Kfjnrlc llMc m1mJASH 0 Wantedline riiouund Men mul Women to put the 0111 Service KxntuiHAlion for the folionliiK United Staten Oov rn input uaitdni NAME OF POSITION Drpiirtnuiit U ranch ABO rlinltliO mul over- Clerk Mete or Kemal StenhBraphpr Male or Kemalf i1 stenngra Iher and Typewriter Main kr Female Ituokkeoper Male or Fctnalo Railway Mail murk ASH 18 In ftt Tagger SO end over CUIima lImlll Itraueh AgeT liulttln and over Day Inspector Olerk MKB or Ffinalu 4 Anlitant Weigher 1tiannplarlmiterna1Itevenne llrnnrli Age Limit il mid over OlerkGanger Storekeeper Pest Office Urnncli Clerk Male or Frauds IB lo 4f Qlerk Carrier For Information ai In itnulreineiilf AJtlroMJ HoxftSj Lexington Ky s wA GOOD GUIDErop Tln tURCUAra TMrJt Rn ao TWauntof- d1 tlbefttelr- IIktntedIoT ren ut describe ISwtaaptee 1 rlo- olIuhtorl dot Alflel Pistols Shleu a- wteotppnut emtcunrrr- oathSTRTNInraldIblieodm boha+ tr teUlery SIeeageldtts oftewl4s- m +eAwMe tdndcIUk tUdntttuelleref rWIalabe- dBTLVLNB FIPLAP M3- u sold 1yttl g roads led JIt rMk the Stk1nt o t 101110 oWl+r JIUI + eWd TRehet Uri Mm Aro QUANTD ror QtAll- ne r rag to l1li w t7 SUlt 11011 tlxe 5cUtoottnBoIIt kllcaw- sJBTLVLNSAPMB6T OLeo 0 P O ex4Q1- CklcOed FaU kCtlrU S A- i Prisoners Escape at West Liberty stolid Vance John fonts Tee Sanders and A herry olson es caped into the jail at Welt Liberty Sunday night u The Soul Winner The Soul Winner who fan Jtwen years ago inissiou work in the Kentucky uionntaina with one missionary and no money now have seventy workers Kwv R T Ire on Quicksand it their iiiissiqrmry for Urontlutt Bounty Three Kinds of Love iuvo awn diBiiao uv the heart that inaikei the wnrld go round IIuru found in both sexes bofoar iuarrii + gu It pro that ptmltnr powir that inaikefi a six duller u- weku clerk spend tour dollars for it hoarse unit Inlggie tu take H girl rdin on Sunday Iuvo are said lo lit Mind anl ne3thatH so for lliiin in hive sov its out nv ite lfnnya fuller falls in lave nn waikes up onliw to lind lies landed in debt Mi sifter aro in hive which aro grate for me as it keejw mo in eamlio tu cate They in three kinds of live puppy lave half way love aud true Tho first are for boys an girls tho Atskond aint very daingoroita but when you aet the third kind you are tip against it for shorts an you might an well visit Pay Kroi fur niture department THE OrrirK Iov A Journey to Camp Christy Ono who Ilan not taken a trip I to Camp Christy knows little of nCcolIIIplillhcItimber stviion easlorn Inkynull to know the system under which that vast mill irunis a knowledge well worth the rH- I qui ililln- I On lastSattmlay morning a par ty cotiBisting of Profand Mrs t L Jirtori Prof1 F Lukens Misses Iouiqe anti Amy aldwell Suo K HetHo and Evelyn IJynl I5ay of the college faculty Revs 1nlii Atorhl RltllMr Li Ittrllcino nnUIIIJrni1tle 1 Jackson lia time IL L it rail rond and reached ramp Christy nt ono oclock to the company for complimentary trans jwrtation nnd for the many cote todies the train ollicials in gjv i ing the party a safe and pleasant journey to camp I The train was met at the depot at Camp Christy by Mr C C ilubbard the genial bookkeeper and business manager of the com nod he let the party imme diafely to the club house the home of Mr and Mrl C T Snowden whore a delightful din tier prepared bythe matchless OldtiuC the hoateas was in read nets Justice to the sumptuous meal demand that the many delicious djsbes should ho named but tlio writer be content in saying that it was nmilonn most juJi- liou I selected nu1 ekillfnlly pre pirlClnfHI for more thRu hnlfan lour the partyof telllwrrollndhig- Ihnt heavy festal hoard were as sisted and nrcwl by the kind hostess aided y31r Uubbanl in IlirlnkingoC a meal which kings or envy Dinner over the partywas led by Mr hut hard to see somo of the utmost important features of that vast plant that is such a Inc tor in the development and up building of that section The dif fercnt systems wore carefully ex plained and it was indeed wonder ful to see with what uniformity an4 regularitysuch an immense j plant can be Tt was n most pleasant outing and the party was united in piniso of Mrs Snow don for the sumptuous meal and of Mr Uubbanl andapt Kn right who was unavoidably called away for tht complimentary transportation anil also mention should be made of Mr Porter the engineer Std of the train crow for their euro lit giving tho party a sale journey frtoroll1 accidents or danger It was ft daymost pleasantly spent and will bo held in by the do lighted party ForuWcnU Dlffwtfuii ffo niedlfllnu con replace total hut Chitmbirlaln8tomnch and IlverTob lets will help yoi digest your rand It Is not the quantity of food taken that Rlvnt strength an I vigor tt the system hut the amount dlgeite + and aRiIml lated If jrojililed with a weak diRe tlon dont full to these Tahlett a trinb Thoiiiondsjmve beep benefltted by their me they nnljcoita qimrler For sale by Tug Jiokion Drug Co v PKOPEUTY OWNERS Who desire lasting results should insist upon the use of Green Seal Paints Its the great preserver of surfaces For snit II Craln The Honest Way An exchange truthfully rays clearlyiufornurl knoNv that the proper WRY to dis continue a newspaper is to Fettle nil arrearage on nubfUriptinn This is not only the legiiimnte way but lIul the honest and manly way No one who desires to do thoI square thing will refuiw to accept a paper at tho postoflice unless all arrearages of subscription hflvI been paid in full anti very few KH ple do- An 1Acquisition to The L exlngton Herald We have the phmstiro ofnit flollncing that Charles 1 Stewart formerly of Louisville stud more recently of Philadelphia has join ed Thollerald sthtT Mr Stewart was for four years connected vith the Ixiuisvillo Dispatcha largo part of the time havingentire charge of the paper and won for himself the reaped cnntidmico and esteem of those who camw in con tact with him us well as n high reputation as a newspaper man by the capacity shown in the editorial control and business management of the paper After the failure of the Dispatch which wag inevitable in aj ito of Mr Stewarts abler and progressive manngement he was connected with different papers in ouisville as assistant wlitor or as man aging editor He was tempted to- go from Louisville to the Phila Ledger with which ho line been connected for the pit year in a jtosltton of importance and rosponsibility resigned to accept a place on the staff of The Lwcington Herald He will have charge of the busi ness and advertising department Mr Frank S Reel who has had charnLtl al tlepirtnhent taking I tthe 8ullscrlltion depart mont w 0rR1r1IJl- of Iris attention Mr Stewart will also do a largo part of the editorial work on The Herald and wo congratulate out readers upon our good fortune in securing his services for them and for him tho kindly consideration and generous welcome to which he is ell which we CL IcOllfi dent he wilUteveivo From The Lexington Herald of April 10 A Triwil amid True Friend One Minnie Cough Cnre contain not an atom of any harmful drug and it has been curing Cough Colds Croup and Whooping Cough so long that It luau proven itself to lie K tried and true friend to the many who use- it Mr Gertrude K Fenner Marlon Ind aeys Coughing anti straining no wenkeiUHl me that I run down In weight front MR In 02 poundi Alter trying n number of remedies In no nVIIII One Minute Cough Cure entirely cured me Sold by M S Grain All In the Family Hoc ou I1I1Y dog biscuits asked the luau who hail recently in vested in a canine Rein answered the grocer lUan- Uput I hal sonic fine sissages Chicago News IthiMiiiintlu Pylmis Quickly UeUttCI tlAIlIrrelieved by applying Ohamtiprlaluo Pain Halm The Rreal pain rtllevjnu power of the liniment hai hen Ilia surprise and delight if thousand of dtitTerernt The quick relief CIo jinir which II afford is alune Worth many times Us cost Fur salt by lacknon Drug Co A Brave and Simple No An American naval captain was asked why with his ship in extremi ty and the waves washing men over board he had suddenly hauled downhill Hag of distress Ie and his crew had seen that British steamer was lowering one of her boats it rescued them and had doubted whethera boat could live in menIShthey said Xol Then I hauled down the HagLondon Spectator Plans to let Itlvli are often frustrated by siulderf break down duo to dyspepsia or constipation Brace up and take Dr Kings New Life PillM They take out the materials which lIre clogging your energies and give you A new start Cure henilnchci and dlulncJllI ton At lacksnnir ug Ctt 25oBiur nteetl I f PROPER CARE OF HENS tow la UnnK j lliifk tt Yern HiMKfiulti The Ieallowe it Lave comfort equal to the JeuiHin Of a lion Ilincy nulldlnxH are not ireeded in fact tiny old building will do that la dry font Portable nnU cleans It must l e eradt nyulust wind ralii nnd cold aiiilHli + v lately dry Inside nays the Feather Inch fowl should have six iiiure feet of 11041 splice Till whole Interior should he a seruttli room where tnu lout can tut abut In during tie cold or wet dnys when It U not butt for them tr go out Colonies of twntlhp Ics are best and a room or 1I1lrtm 10 by 15 feet elves air square feet orI eiioli The floor should have xlr eight Inches of dry soil or sandso Ciiu dig In It On top of thus should be thrown every bit of grain that Ii fed nlll tlleul to dig uud hunt tfir all their fooil This hunting Rill In the straw and loose earth orfanJ kfejrf thmii busy givli lhclnplratyof exec Iee keeps heir lion and mnlitatltetu ullhy anJytifofc out tr p V- Ml 5 eN nhouldbe ein tltd at ullltauit In the winter jQlifeJ about 10 oclock In the morning N11- Iiwiinunot hot water The reason fai filling at 10 In the uiofuUigTt to give Ilia hens n chance to hunt and dig and got warmed up befor they have u drink Warm wqter should be given In winter HO Jilt not to chllMhc tent Hot water or hot food In tad at all time Worm inash and warm wilier that feels pleasant to ollr liuiult are goal for Ihoisi bit lIottoOO or drink unnaturally heats theta and when they cool oftI It li had for them Night and mornlug teed dry gralnt Have a mixture of wheat oats corn burley buckwheat and some millet slid If the proper amount of grain food and animal food lit provided mix thee grain iibout equal parts and only feed what they will eat IWtnt be afraid to feet so long aA they will taint and dig for the foOl It will not hurt them It they are hungry enough to hunt and dig for It At 00011 feed mash food made of equal parts Jiy measure of ground oats bran I and middlings In Ills put at lest half an ounce per lien per day of good high grade meat scrap mix with hot wilier or hot milk and feel Just a little warm to them In troughs live theta all they will eat up clean Take away auy that llleft seen food U of vast Importance Cut clover hay is Splendid for them Out shout half an Inch long and put theIwillcabbages are + good iiotMbp many tur nip as therYlIt fl8Toribe eggs Hy all means feed all the green food the fowls will eat Frozen cabbage or veg rtttblesvfnjjy kind are bad for poultry have the greeu food DO good they will think It li summer ails ratloii ot KMM innsli and green food U urea with the understanding that all will be used as directed It nay pert Is left out tile combination Is broken and the best results lust licit shell and charcoal should be at hand nil the time HO they can help themselves All this IH of Importance It la quite easily followed and will In sure nuocess providing na we xtatcd at the start that the liens are well Delected Clminltnrlitlnp Cough ICcinedv tin Itcstatul Most Popular Mothers hay It forcriupy chidren railroad men buy It fur severe coughs situ elderly people buy It for luRrlppn tS Moore Bros Kldon town We yell more of Chamberlains Cough Remedy than any other kind It teem to have taken Iha lend O7er several other good brand1 There is no qnes lion liH thi medicine Is the best thai call be procured for coughs and colds whether It bfl n child or nn adult tint I lIl fil inled It always cures slid Curl qliwkly told by The Jackson Drug dv TIIIUKTY PEOPLE Uso ireen Seal Liquid Paint Considering results it is the cheapest on the market For sal by M S Jrniu Why the Earth U Round It seems us if text books for chil dren wero now made so simple as to leave hardly any chance for misuu derdtanding hut the little folks still cojuinue to commit to memory the vfyrds itho t much thought nt fheit meaning How do we know that the h round asked a teacher of one of her hoya The pu perCectl glibly We learn that the earth is round from the following facts 1 and immediately sat down ag iricti dently feeling that he had given a full and most eatisfactorreply Forget About Your Stnmnrh If rotor digestion U had thin vital or gems or jour body are tint fed and nnuriJthed as they should he They grow weak end invite disease Kndol Dyspepsia Care directs what yoi pal cures indigest ton aid till stomach trnu tiles You forget you have a stomach from the very day you hegira taking It This U because It gets a rest recupor ales and gradually grows so strong and healthy that It troubles you no nnre IS L Babcock Ainherit Minn says I have taken a great inniy rnmedle g for indigestion but have found nothing equal to Kodnl Dyspepsia cure Ko dol digests what you eat cures lath ReKtlnn Dyspppsin Sour Stomach Belching Heartburn and all Stomach Troubles lit preparation Is time realilt of many years of reiesrcli Snld by M s Ortln r n KEV WALTKR UOLCOMIl v rs I 0rJnujfiji N Cwho at i heed in Saturday preninto begin the I union rovivnl somopsy rThe court house was jmckod on last Sunday morning toils fullest extent to hear U v Walter Holcnmh in his lirst sermon in his series of union revival services Mr IlolcHmhalI 1I from Mnvlield lvy where ho hind been conducting n revival meeting which was reported I to have been n remarkable success The sermon on Sunday morning wits one of the ablest ever held in Inckson In n forcible and concise 1 manrfer he expounded the doctrine of salvation mind carried earnest nesH and conviction to the hearts of his auditors About Itliiuiunllsm I There sire few iU + pni + Hint infli i more tori lire HIBII itieitinniiin mid there is prnbulily tin illcme fn vhicli mirha varied anti tolesit lInIilie lava linen siipu sind To my lint it cnn he cured is Ihorefoio it I bold MnlemiMl III innkc tint Chin uther I Irtln Itnlni which enj y nn 1111111111 sale hits stet with great vuccf Jii the heat ment of 11114 dlPii One WJ 1J tnin Balm null I illere L the Iniir HIM linn liftl iifuitrreri have I soiled to pernlnornltthre hj II ue Why cutter when 1itin llnlii fftml + Midi quiet relictand rusts Iril i trllle For it Ihy Jackoil 11rug eo 4 Green Cut loins 1 have used a sreeu lionc cutter fir over three years srlndluj lxtv pounds more or less every week suy n rtuU farmer In American Agricultur tat My Hook of Joe to 150 fulpkens fOnt the stun greedily nnd If they could get where I am using the machine they would literally cover It The feeding of bones certainly In- crllIlltt the number of eggs my hens laid RR well nil Improved their health For n period of Mix months Uijult ffllII Inc Lonea 1 soon found however that the hens laid fewer eggs nnd secuieil less thrifty I am unable to give accurate tlnures In this ense he cause thieve took some of the exs8 J each dab My experience certainly Justifies me In saying that green cut bone Increases the munber of eggs laid I especially In the winter I The Hljjlit Xiuu Is DeWlrt HeWitt Witch llnz I Salve coins I soothes niul lieils ruts IHIIIM holla liriiioeii piles end nil skin liitsei KE Hlckefmme Adolph W VII any + I 11HItI ilitn liti r bad while swelling All hud that piece after pccs of hone worked out of her leg DiWilH Vitali littsmost wonderful her hug cnlve in the world nBvnri of counterfeit Snld- hy 51 S rHli 1Eighlof high bounding phrases which he gleans front the conversation of grownups and stores in his mind until a suitable occasion arrives whey he may spring them upon an admiring audience At breakfast he hall heard his father rend an extract from the morn ing paper the phraseology of which hull impressed itself Ida memo ry as was evidenced by the an nouncement he made on huts return from school Mother he said a poor pussycat was run over bv the Amsterdam avenue cars and what do you think It was crushed out of all likeness to humanity New York Pres- sfullif TriiKlc Meaning are these lines from 1 II Slniiivins of CnspyIn Think what might have re united from hula tnrrihle cough If li hail not taken th inedtclile nlxuil which he writes 1 hallII fearful cough that disturbed my nights rest 1 tried everything hut nothing would relieve It until I took Ir inns New Dhcovery for Consumption Coughs and Old8 which completely cured me Instantly relieves and permit neatly cures till throat and lung ii ices if en prevents grip and pneumonia At Jackson DriiR Cat RimritntiTi j CAo tml 1CO Tnl bottle 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SUNDAY ENQUIRER costs you two dollars for a year The DAILY ENQUIRER 7 issues a week you get for fourteenedollars a year- Without the aid of a firstclass newspaper success in any enterprise becomes problematical For ten cents you can secure a sample copyof each DAILY SUNDAY and WEEKLY EN QUIRER Addre- ssEnquirer Company Clcl atli OM0 Wakeful Sleeplessness Is a I51gn of Nerve Trou and Shduld IBeLooked To are three dtffrreat manlfriU tlons of slreplesaneis First hardly to eleop a wink all night second to lie awake a lone time liters falling asleep third to fall aMeep loon waking up after several hours and then find it hart to sleep again They mean that somewhere In the nerve fibres somewhere In the brain cells somewhere In the blood vetitU that carry blood to the brain something Is radically wrong and must be righted or the end may be worse than death To rlcht It take Dr Miles Nervlae Some other symptoms of net trou ble are Dizzlncfs Headache Back ache Worry FrttfulneM Irritability Melancholy Lack of Ambition They Indicate diseases whlih my lead to Epilepsy Fits lit 1tus Danca Nervous Prostration Paralysis Insanity Nothing will give such quirk sad last lag relief as Dr Miles Nervine- My husband had been sick fer weeks could not sit to hat his bed jnad With alt the medical help we ouM Ithe continued to grow worse He ceuU neither deep or oat Our baby girl was sent away notsttaandra barredtaint- Ing cause he could bit of I read of a case of nervous pros tratton cured by Dr Miles Restorative Nervine We began living It to him and In a few daya h was able to be dressed Dront that time e a caddy Improved Nrrrlru und JIe i- I IRS A a JISKIN Freer N 7 TrfalFREDPale Pills the New Stlent14c Rm y o Symptom Blank qSpecialistwill dl no e your oosau wron o to clwhat 1I1t1W1 rbb URATVit1R tLNU t t ie r n Io tit i oA firealhiii 9tllJs ltJi J WISE HAC1INS Editor 1IIf Friday April 21100bP- IOFBSSIONAL CARDS Tr r =T WISE nAG INS- ATTORNEYATLAW Office over PostOiUco Jjtcteov KRYTUC- BTL0Alt business intrusted to hIm f will tecelva prompt and careful at i entice = ===iiiitmnnnnnnnmmmimmTmniitiii iLO ROARK = c W InI JACKSON KKNTIIOKY 3 Will practice In Rreatlillt and rj = MflRjffin Cnnntlesll- ttWIIWWIlWU1liWUlUl1W6111111111 L r 1OFTJCENOll At PATTOX TA W lmSII JACKSON NNNNN f1N N 0 ANNOUNCEMENTS e FOR AS5KS30U x We are authorized to announce JOIN L 3TKONO- r us a candidate for Assessor of Itreathi county subject to the action nf thflll publlctn party i FOr SlIKUIFF hem a caniifor Sheriff or lireathitt County at the coming No vembereleotion nuaa CIUnII1U I 51118 Braneh ICj roil JlrFJ We are authorized lo announce LEWIS GROSS nf Elkatitwa n+ candidate for Ihp nlJloe of Jailor of Brenthilt county sub Jpcl to the action or the Republieai party Alfred Allen of Noble was hll on business Tuesday ito1 with Hart llros nt Reed hotel when in Lexington R 5 Tlioinns Johnson of Oakdale t tItS In1 oilier nt our olUcaliist Snt urdny Cloorgc W Noble of Roosevelt was n caller nl our ofliro last Monday IT II Gibson has purchased a lot on the Heisrhts from Jtuljr Bach and will build a residence thereon The dressiest people in town het- aliSheir Dress Shirts Underwent Xeckwenr and Hosiery at- OSIIORNS S II Hurst Jrot Pearlree- who has been attending licrea col Lego since January 1st returue home Monday- S M Noble of Noble returned last Friday from Indian Fields where he had sold n car local of cattle nt good prices Judge Alex Strong has an nounced for the Republican nomi nation for County Judge of Lei county before the primary which o hag been called for May Cth A C Croft ami wife of Hind man passed through hero mist Tuesday on their way home from a visit to their brother 11Craft who purchased a farm near 1Mt Sterling and moved there last earICommencement at College The commencement exercises of tLees Collegiate Institute will be Jield tiny Cth to9th inclusive Preparations for the entertainments t have been in progress for weeks AM friends are cordially invited to attend any or all of the exercises lUlling at CAiiintnii Ellis Wright was shot and killed by Joe Firestein Friday An eye J +witness to the tragedy says that Wright and Bill Firestein were wrestling and that Wright was thrown to the lour and that while Virpsttinstand fired Others say that Wright j had been very boisterous in the store prior to the shooting The defense claims that Wright was interfering with the clerks und became angry when requested to leave and then then threw Hill I J Firestein to the floor Toe Fire steins bail was fixed at 5000 which he failed to giveCampton- Courier PUT YOUR DOLLARS INTO GOOD PAIXiIt pays every Greentincstk ment CminI a r TIIK THOUSANDS OF GALLONS Of Green Seal Paints sold eeryear attests its worthiness ns 11 paint for all practical purpose For snit by M S Grain For Sale Portable sawmill with cornmi attached Engine 10 x 14 inches Will be in operation for thirty days near Onkdale Ky null most bo sold within that time Price 500 A L WOOD XAKRrAGES Marriage license have been issued the past week to Jefferson King and Miss Margaret llensley both of Jackson Thomps Fulks and Miss Lillie Davidson both of Athol XOTICK Dr J A Tntilliee has placed his accounts in my hands for collection Porsuns indebted to him for medical services will phase call on me and settle at once KKILY Ksn Attorney New Moat Market Capt Henry Collins lId G D Plummer have formed a partnership for the purpose of conductin a meat store and have rented tlif Crawford building hear the MIner of Main and Hroadway They will also keep a line of groceries fruits etc Unbalanced Ills Mind Gardner Cockerham son of JJ Iv Cockerham a prominent cit Zen of Campion was tried Tuesda before County Judge Conglelo on the charge of lunacy and wr s ordered sent to the insane asylum at Lexington The cause of Cock erlmmsmind becoming unbalance is said to be from seeing the killin C of Ellis Wrighl lust Friday by Joe Firestine Phi F DKATII KOIL Alex lerahlan old androspee ed citizen of Canoe fliedat his home last Tuesday a week ago or la grippe null a complication or diseasesThe son of Mr and Mrs A L III ins who now live n Boxer in this county died las Saturday morning of spinal miniii iritis after an illness of about n week They brought it to the reid dence of J It Blake where it n ceived nil the medical attendance possible but to no avail ft wa s buried in the family burial grotim across the river the funeral set vices being conducted by Rev lt B Landrum REMOVALS Frank Kash named yesterday into the house he purchased on Lincoln avenue of John McIntosh J M Osborn the grocer has moved into G B Smiths house on Highland avenue on the Heights D L Roberts who sold his farm at Klkatawa some time ago has moved into A H Shorts house corner College avenue and Broad way John Mclntosh who sold his house and lot on Lincoln avenue to Prank Kash moved yesterday in to C B Thompsons property in 3onlh Jackson G B Smith has rented the restaurant formerly conducted by Joe Uruner and also Judge Patricks residence in the rear of same and has moved into it Mt Sterling Court About lf00 cattle on the market Quality was good as usual for this season of the year A few sales made nt SlCO to SlTft but the bulk of sales of 700lb to 00lb steers Was lie Yearlings lit 125 to 150 with one hunch of fOOlb calves at SlTfi Heifers at 3t to 3k Cows at 2 to 2e A few light lungs in the marke1 7f I to JOO pounds nt 1i A good sized crowd al the pens and trade wns very good a great many eal- tie changing hands during time day Mules were brisk and prices tiros No large heavy mules on- the market Some light Khnnd mules ut 178 Fifteen andone half hand mules at lr0 to 1CO humlmules at 140 to 150 j Small mules at80 to 110 Me Hum plug horses at 100 to 125I Good horses at 150Gazette- Till r GREKN SEAL PAINTS i Stand thinning with pure Jint- wcll Oil and are therefore moro economical than other paints Read directions on every package For sale by M S Grain cconnhis1otlYI NNGE AVS CHEEK J T Begley has been on the lick list for the past week S Cl Begloy of Hanging Rock was here during the past week am purchased a Bade of Allen Riley R M Begley and E E Sandlii returned Thursday from Athol where they had heel to hay n boatload of corn They paid Hit cents a bushel Our merchant Mr Morris received new supply of groceries etc Saturday and is selling then at the right prices Give him n call see his goods and Jet his prices One of the earliest of spring weddings occured at Shoal Thurs day Tim groom was John Lucas and the btidwus Miss Pome Bowling daughter of Wooler BowlingSome few days since James Gay Maggie stepped into Jerry Mar ris store with his temperatuv above Fahrenheit closed the bitch door as if he had heart trouble discharged quantity of tobacc juice on the only clean place on the hoar ran in the proprietors tact and whispered softly Any ty pins pleaseits a 12poun girl and I dont care who knows it After which he quietly left 1 Pi Kixo HOONIVIMF- W S Abshear of South Boone ville is critically ill with hemor rhage of the lungs Farmers fee yell along this sprint with their farming Sony considerable corn has been planlei but Sunday looked more like gath eying corn than planting corn Rose Bros are loading severa I rafts of lumber ready sawed which they will land at the mouth of Dix river for the puri ose of building some new tobacco barn on their farms recently purchase in GItrmt1OIl1t The Owsley county fiscalcourt met last tvechand finished up tin business for the last fiscal year Claims of all kinds allowed durinj the year IfiSO pole tax levied advalotrunt per 100 worth of r property After some of the most beautifu1 Spring weather we ever hind Sun day we experienced sonic of tit most riged March weather we eve saw The wind blew from th north at the rate of 40 milun hojir and the worst snow storm o f the season ratted with the snow two inches deep ouis e some time ago with a view of changing his place of business has concluded that there is no place like old Owsley county and hits par I chased the business house hereto undII knows a good thing when he sees it The Brewer fatuity of this coun fol1 Nobles names of Brcathitt county Sin a business transaction an orde for goods among the Brewers run tllUsh Mr John Brewer Stingy please send our dollars worth of ofTecNto John Brewer Ring Neck by John Brewer flinch Snake ant charge same to John Brewer hugger The entice came 0 K A telephone company is now bout ready to commence work ou- n line beginning atiBurninglSprings- in Clay county via Sturgeon P O to Booneville and on lo Beatty ville The incorporators of which art lion II C Faulkner of Barbour jJJrr W Rawlins and Sum ICashof Manchester and T C Fuller and G W Garrett of looneville They say they will Itnc the hello business ready fig tune 30thnext which will odd greatly to our community YAIIKH B rrcnra IOU1t1 NI- l B Martin of Lexington was- here on business lust week Leonard Drane of Eminence was lucre on business last week Born on the 17th inst to the wife of IL G Martin a girl baby Mrs James Gluey of Glencairn was visiting relatives at Rulgewood T jnctionMoridny Mrs William Whisman of El katllwa was here Saturday to at tenth the weekly meeting of the local lodge of Rebeccas John Jones of Ridgewood was at Bowcn Tuesday and Wednes day on business connected with the local oitlcr of Red Men Clyde Rumlield of Pomeroy Ohio until recently assistant agent of the L E railway nt Torrent resigned his position Saturday and went to Lexington in search of unew fields and pastures green Miss Fannie Bryant of Glen cairn was at Ridgewood Junction Tuesday calling on Mis J B Cason Mrs CaRon also entertained Misses Mattie Adams and Martha hushof Xachariah last week KVKItSOIK Sherman Rowland was here last week buying cattle Miss Belle Gabbard of this place is on the sick list Harry Hatton of Clay county afterehis logs Some of the farmers are nearly done planting corn while others havent strut1a furrow Delaney Wilson anti son were on TheydJ C Rose sold to one of the Aliens of Clay county a cow for 27r 0 111111a heifer for S17SO He also sold to JeffKilhurn of Lee county a yearold mule for 100 We hall two weddings last week DIn Reynolds to William Smiths girlof Sugar Camp aid Mathia Jnchcmcof Sugar Camp I f any of the boys want to get married on short notice let them call on the Sugar Camp girls Won a Name of Fame DnWiili Utllu Early Klsers the ra mot little pills have bven made ra- mon liy their rennin set hlrmlpu IIId ceniln ndloii upon the bnxvpU and liver I liey hero no rqnal fur bilious HCM rnntilpntlon Ile Ther dti nOI tvPAkeii the sioninrli uilpi or make you feel tick Onoe need always pre ferrnl They strengthen Sulil by M S Crate Rev C W I Pughof Steven son awns here Monday to renew his annual contract forties Dont Itorroiv Troulijc- II H hall Imhlt lo borrow 11IlhlllI lint the worst thing you borrow is bauble Ulitn cicls stiri rlllnIIlId ene ilUonlera ilnui sit tlonn aril bruml over your iinplotn but fly tar relief Ki Klf lru hitters Hero you u ill Hnil uru amid permanent forget fiilnes of all your troubled alld jour body will noi ditensetU Innarniileed MASTE- RCommissioners Sale JIll tTIIITT mtnUIT COURT S II f TUICK IUinllff- vf Volice of Hale UttcitlnnteBy virtue nt n judcinent and order or sale of the I1raalhlll Court made and entered In the above styled termr est train the Hth day of July tOOt expellllldI8 front door of the court house In Jack plots Ky Hreaihltt county on MONDAY 24th Dayof April IPQSIt being the nrtdaof the reg nlar February term of the Hrealbitl County Court between the hours of II oclock A M and 2 oclock H M the fol lowing described real properly lying and being In Hreailltl county Jr said property consists nf non hh ofone Tunnel mill properly oppo site Iha Town nf Jackson Kyonlime North Fork nt the Kentucky river In Rreathilt county bounded on tlie 3 by the land nf J W Sontlis heirs j on the llarcisandJameswest by the said river also niieflflh uf the intorest owned by G W Bow Omen deceased nt the tune of his death in o tract of land nn the north side or the Norltt Pork of the Kentucky river known n the Jo Jjlttle rum Hounded on the north by the land ol W D 8aeIrNtthit SonUi Irr the said river and on the east br Elvira Llt tlelIlandaocl on tho treat by the lands or Minerva liar mind Pruda Nuys or in much thereof as will be necessary M satisfy the above judgment Interest and coals of this sale sell property will be told at public auction to the ilKhest and best bidder ono credit of ilx and twalve month In equal in ilallmenta and limo purchaser will be required to give hood for time purchase money with approved security bear log interest from date nf sale and replevinbondsaid bonds for the full payment of the purchase price and Interest Bidders promptlyllhAmount of debt 71 16 Interest 3 80 Cost of suit 19 16- lommlsiloners cost 7 60 Cast of printing 10 00 Total ill I 11 Thin J wOARCIVErrImtCR0 o WEDDING PRESENTS OUR STOCK OK 6 Fine Cut Glass tASHSolid Silverware 5 more complete than ever k Handsome Cut Glass Howls S large siw SI iianti up c Bj wards Fine Heavy Tumblors iiHI B maul upwards E3EIlfTZ7- i11laEuSj n MAIS ST 01T tIKKNIX y LKX1NGTON KY j VSSZfXXXXXXliZiJiJiXl 0 SPKCIAIy ONI1VA- VCOLONIST RATES 70 Tim West Nortli west and California VIA Southern Ifaihvay March let to May 15thsad September luth to October HUt inclusive FROM LEXINGTON 3640 3790 3900 4040 To Helena Butte Aim rondo blissonla sad inany nllerlnlerineiliuii sums 111 Spltkane UashliiKloi and many oilier inter utedtaie Puban- To son Irtnnrlsro Snare menlo Ins Amigeles San Diego sad all pot1Ia In California AIIIIII 1hiv nix end lre oiilt Arl Zulu anal inieiiueillatt iiIiuI To Portland Oregnnrn rnmsSl tan flr71VasldnganVaurnn var It 0 YtatorU It 0 mid many other IHiinl l in Uathlncion Oregon and Irith eo Innibia The Soiillirrn Uailway iiffi M the very bust null muni oinvenlont irhed uuieliuii lexinioii nod KouUvilln in poinu VV 4 t Sun imwest anti ill lath formaIwutrahltinily from IxliiRion tn t lentil w blunt the inconvenimre of- aolisngof eniw Fnllttrains Urfie for Information T W CUKWS T P- Lexington A Ivy C II HlTNOKlfKOir It IA r Watches FUlt OLOCIy SSiivorwnre Silver Novelties niul all kjiuU of lirBtalaas Jewelry call oji S D FLEENQK JEWELER AND OPTICIAN JACKSON KV fT BO YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS OctN5C- orveuaNVsr r AC AnyOfIpsndlnesk tehanddeaemiytinnws- rtulath utortatn our opinion itee wbetbar up- ratmnn le probabllptentab romuunlra- eonetrletllconadeutlalhandbook otMIit ancyforeennn11patendsTaut IKsiai noCk witboat ebue In UI Sckufific JHnerkan A tomel Illustrated weekly 1471H1 dr million of any wlMitlDo a art fourtuOQI I Hol4 bpailnewld4M4 L hrtY MX I DAY BROS COMPANY Wholesale and Retailjji jhj0 10 huvo the most complete stock tof 41 GENERAL MERCHANDISE Ever brought to Jackson Consisting 1 of e Ii irI oods 6 StTotlu4 1 LI i Ji11tJ t O Q We have the finesti hue of shoes in Eat ern Kentucky Our t mens shoes are oft the latest style For the L- awvt1L Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy THE LATEST DESIGNS IN MILLINERYtThis l agement of IcanThe Latest Style Hats t direct from New York City Also FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS In nil FreshfromIf you need any House Furnishings o- rFURNITURES We are the people you are looking for we have it by car loads to suit every body Come and see us our iC xu I IlnlllllNHIHIiIHIIHFfssPrices DAY BROS = COMPANY ii Q Jackson I entucky i 14 u fC to IL D 01 4 t tlieffircathftt News IliMUkf il Every Friday h PersonaiwDr Vhhakor of Cannel City wiwin Jackson Monday L SJYou can lind low cut shoes nt 0 BOIN S in all styles For Lexington Ice Cream seI tjieilRckson Drug Company srTiVnt of n xr died last week JMM KH Cornell who hai boon sick for some time is improving Miss Florence Patrick of Stan ton is visiting in Jackson this wYok 1 C lIAlHnS will have a nice line of FltKSIl VKOKTAHLKS Saturday Mrs C T Snowden of Cutup Christy visited be family of II 4U Iliirt Monday With the advent of warmer diva + call on the Jackson Drug Co ttnc sample their Soda Water Mis Cttllic Howmau of Athol entered the music department ol the Lees Institute lust week 7 W T McGuire salesman tot N H iavC Cn at the mouth ol Froen visiled in Jackson Sunday It Nothing but the ties Lexington 1el Cream will W used for lee Cream SodaS wt the Jackson Drug Company 111Iatlbee county superin lendent of AVolfe county sH nl Sunday visiting Iti3 daughter Mrs i M Tllnokjjit this place Mrs Caroline South hat sole the oak Umber on her land or Frown creek to II G Ganelt Co who will put up a mill there 1 have some special prices in Mens and Womens Shoes Bus Pantstf M OSHOUN i f111 Collev who wild his louse 1lohnlIulnll wuunIbrt Ib rat Privitt last Sunday night in n diilicully in a blind tiger at Simp son ltotlt iwrtios were retried toh driuhing Monroc Green got three of lie fingers cut otr by n saw at the Rtuinn lay mill last Saturday Illslash and Oliutt dressed the wounds and he is doing as well m could ho tvxpecled aI 11 Fiigute 11 young attorney ut Hindman committed suicide at his hone last week by taking mor phine It wns at first thought hf 1c1lclof heart disease Xo cause is for the rash net j t As the season for groceries is- t drawing to an end I propose from this on to give special prices in this line You will do well to call in pinson or by phonon 85 j M OSHOKN 1121111IiIs J April meeting 19th to 29th account re alI I The fiscal court met last Tues day but adjourned without making settlement with the sheriff or coup ty treasurer as the law requires The people have a right to know how the county finances are being I conducted i In pinking up the serial story on I fourth page the foreman uninten tionally placed tIll types wrong In tune third column the paragraph p Winning with the lightning I wnnd ending with no outcry fol lows the last line in tlm column r A Ir Melviiiley ok rill hold his ini teresl in tin estate of Clifton Cockrill deceased to William mid George Hays for Sfi00 cash This shakes thrv purls that the pays iljnneborhood IfouSiSfaUlast reports Wednesday was to j the effect hat her death was pected at any moment IsaacI Holbrooks her tuthl iW Willie Holbrooks her brother JefI here Jtfojid y morning tcj lwlthl 1 A TUB HABGIS TRIALj The jury in the lames 1I Isis case was completed last Saturday evening at Lexington titter more than 200 men laid been examined The jury is composed of the foil lowing named citizens if HTuckor farmer John W Lancaster morcllant John Smelly farmer 4 Fred loser farmer Roger Gnnnon farmer George n Karsner farmer C J Graves ilr farmer David McChord farmer Samuel Huclmmm armor Jiirncs Friley ice salesman C W Ilimloinuii farmer- S C Robinson farmer Col C1 Hronston node the opening statement for the prose ution while Judge 1 R Morton Jidn like duty fen the defendant Court adjourned until 11 oclock Monday morning when Chttrjc Robbins was put on the stand who testified that he saw Curt Felt Hill Hrilton and another man lire he shots that Hritlon and the mknown man hud guns in their lands while 1111 hint a pistol The following brief summary of he evidence was taken from the tanner Journal reports in Mho ncI Dr A II Hardily of Losing on vas the next witness who entitled as to the character of nekrills wounds Riley oldiron was tho next witness who testified to almost tin+ same facts as Kobhins Miss Sue Williams was next tilled who testified to seeing lett md llrillon crovs from Ills court louse to Ilargis store and buck gain to the court house Harrison Hlunton the next writ toss teUilied to seeing two then n the court house window He hen went to the court house and any Curt loll and Jess Spicer landing in the hallway and Hill Hritton coming down the steps Schustin Williams the next wit less sand he has lived in Hivathitt runty all his lifo He said he new Jell Hrilton and lames Ilargis He wits in Jackson the lay Cockrill was shot and was stilt his brother Hash Williams noon and in the oilier of G tVFleenor in tho mart house nTiv illPWlMing fofllr place the vas near the window of the office vliieh is on the ground floor of the court house He heard the shots md thought they were boards fun ug somiwhere He looked out ol he window and saw Cockrill run lint down the street Coming nut if the trout door of the court muse he saw several men in the mllwuy but could not say who hey were Saw Curt Jctt on the tops near the door Witness ooked toward the Ilargis building md saw Jim Ilargis standing at a window on the second lloor It looked like Ilargis had a gun in his hunt Witness then showed the position of the gun as heM by Ilargis This was the first testi mont of the day which in any way Connected James Ilargis with the tilling or nay of the Incidents ither before or after tho shooting Witness went down the street to vhere Cockrill had fuller Col Allen then asked him if he card Cockrill say anything to vhich an objection was made but before the court could rule on the question the witness answered and said he heard Cockrill say They killed me II The court sustained tho objection and ordered this answer stricken from the record Williams said that he returned to the court house and saw Curt Felt and Elbert Ilargis come out of the court house anti cross to Sewells bran with something un der their coats lit was allowed to indicate how the men tarried their coats and also how they were arranged when they returned from the barn Willliams testimony was con eluded on Tuesday morning after which ll Forbes Robert Hildas John J Patrick John Patrick Silas McIntosh and A S Johnson were put on the stand in tho order names anti gut c pretty much the same testimony as in the I lIt White ildni Cynthiana Tom Cockrill was the next witness who testified as to the attempted arrest of James Ilargis on a warrant for breach of the peace committed in Marpums office during the taking of the depositions in the contest cases haresTerrt was next in trod need who testified concerning the sumo frets- Anderson 01HAnll White was the next witness Said he knew James Ilargis and the other men jointly indicted with him Witness was in Jackson the tiny application was made for hail ftr Tom Cockrill who was in jail charged with the murder of Hen Ilargis He was in the court house mid net Jim Ilargis who asked him if he hudII pistol Witness said he went to the Ilargis store with Jim Ilargis and was there given a fortylive Colts revolver by the defendant after which they returned to tilt courthouse After reaching the courthouse witness said that Ilargis toll him to go into the court room ninth join Curt felt and Hiram Hays and ifany argument was started to assist those two men in killing either or all live men Witness said Ilargis named Jim Cockrill McKihley Cockrill Attorney W W Vaiighan Dr Cox and one other stun which he believed was Jim Marcuin all of which he wanted killed Witness Surd he went into the court room and saw Hays but at that tints did not know Curt Jctt Said that during thin argument on till question of hail Hiram Hays left his eat and went to the railing and began cursing Jim CocknJl anti Attorney Vaiighan but was si encad by one of the deputy slier ttrs Witness said he tookn Slul- hchinel the stove in order to save his own life in mill any shooting was done Saul he did not take the pistol with any intention of using it but that his brother Tom Vhite wits in trouble in Jackson at that time and he believed that Jim Ilargis was in a position to telp him out of that trouble and in order to win the influence of largis made him believe that rho would assist in the slaughter On cross exatuiantion by Farrell the witness stud he asked Ilargis for n holster in which to carry the gun but not having one Hargis told him to put the gun under his coat which he did with the muz Jp protruding above hits coat collar Said that all the time he was in the court room the gun was in this position hut that as Ilargis tad toll him it made no difference he made no further effort to con eal it Witness Saul he went to largis that afternoon to return the gun to him but was toldnot to leave town as he was needed Spent two days at the home of Louis llnjsmililfih cxpynsercrg- paid by Hurgis after which he returned the pistol and went to his home in the country Hardin Childers the next witness had lived in Hreathitt county for twelve years Was about 150 yards front the court house when llIcoIent to court saw Clbert Ilargis Jett Hritton and Jesse Spicer Witness said he got a message from Jim Hargis n few days after tho shooting butt at this instance attorneys for the defense were on their feet object ing to tho witness telling the nut ture of this message But after Col Allen had explained what he intended to prove by this witness the court ruled that it was compe tent Ho said the noto stated that he Childers hind better walk straight and not cross the path of largis that ho had been in the way of Ilargis for fifteen years that Hargis wens tired of being acj cused of murdering people and that it was time for witness to get out of the county Childers said he went to the store of Hurgis and asked him if he had said and meant what was in the message and liar gis said Yes by God I said it ihilders told Hargis that he must be mistaken about reports alleged to have been made by him and Hargis told him that perhaps he was and if so ho was sorry Wit ness said Hargis told him ho dill not like Cockrill and was a friend of the man who hind shot him On Wednesday morning AY W Vaughan went on the stand and among other timings corroborated Ansc White as well as Charles Terry about time maneuvers in the court room during tho hearing of the application of Torn Cockrill for bail Charles Green alllJnmes Hlanton testified to the same facts as in former trials The next witness Daniel Bush writs formerly deputy town marshal of Jackson Said that about tldays before the killing of Cx ckrill he met Jim Hargis on the bridge at Jackson and that Hargis asked him to assist in a plot to get rid + of Cockrill Witness said he rc- Cused to hnveanYlhin to do with tho plot to kilt Cockrill Witness said Hargis held out the positio- of town marshal of Jackson if hi would do the work II c 19lewI IS NOW HKADQrARTKRS FOR LowgJrlces andlJalgains in every line I have had fifteen years ex pcrienco in merchandising and can and will sell you goods cheaper than they went ever sold in tats town I wish to tlmiik you onn And till fur your most liberal patronage atd uska continuance of saute H NEW GOODS I es I have them null lots of theta Close prices and small profits is my motto I want your trade if low 1riccl and honest dealings will gttllIThe Peoples Friend j JRBLAKE I CLEAN SWEEP SALE The FollowiQ9 prices are for Cash or produce n MKNS SUITS 12 00 Suits now S III 11 00 7 40 10 00 ti W 800 I h T 40 70 1 19 n ou 349 500 i19 MKNS SIIOICS 5 00 Shoes nnw34ft 4 00 274 3 r0 t 24 3 00 I 08 2 W I 74 2X 14ft i no h 110 i 4 a II I IS iu MI V HATS rJl 00 Hats now I 7 1 OS 2 fO 4 1 74 4T1 00h 79 49oLADIES SKIRTS 4 00 Skirts now 52 ft3 3 00h 1 93 2 rO 171 2 00 I 1 1 00 4 7n be or H of be to of of M 2 lbs Coffee 21c 17 bags Coffee now 13 per can Oc pet Ie per can 90 3 twists lOc per 4f5c T 00 Pouts now il W lOt 2 m 3 f0 lt 3 00 1m 2 f 0 2 00 49 1 M rt t OS eo co 0 S2 i4 3 2 fO Ill I 2 00 1 f0 1 Its 00 Sloes now 2 iOh 85 a 00 1 M 1 10 I 11 25 pairs of Roots to be out I 9S Wo are hard for your if square dealing anti I Very low will you re mire sure to get it Come and buy your entire of us Four will do the work of live hero Try us Very n il 5cS2 s2525 52 Zr2sd 5 R M SHELY W H LITTLE In 8 I ANT nl IKIM IX rn h I and suave by buying us In w2 NCE HI fu- I 5cJ tt52rJctt25 NOTICK i Is hereby given that the partnership heretofore existing under the firm name W Hlanton Co hits been dissolved by mutual the parlies W JI to paid W II Hlanton Given under our hands this lib day April 1005 W II HIANTOX 300 SQUAWK FEET Green sale by S Crain nOCBIU Arbuckles I8c Jo- Tomntoes Apples cantPeaches Tobacco Syrup gallon MENS PANTS 219 104 I 1111 1 orsk sJi i BOYS SUITS l Suilsiiow 00 198 1 1 LADIES SHOHSI 4t 221 I I Uubber closed nt working tradejOid prices interest wauls dollars resptctfullyI C KELMANJACKSON BARGAIN HOUSE E25525252fi2525i525 szZZS I SHELY TTIEMASU- FACTlHEItS rnJARBLE AND GRA- NITEMonuments TombstonesSutustaet moony from Iii YEARS EXPERII JACKSON BRKATHITT COUNTY KENTUCKY 5il5255i555252 GrantsIlolliday agreement businessn areI onengallon ICrnuIlIllrnllinl CINCINNATI STOCK AlAltKRT CINCINNATI April 20CnttllI market steady Fair to good shippers 525 ti 25 butcher steers 5 7tf toI mon to fair 300 to 4l Hogs market steady i5IGood to choice common to choice heavy fat sows 1n2 to oj DO light shippers to 525 pigs 110 pounds anti IlsIl 1 40 to 4515I IiSheep extra 525 good to choice 4 75 to 5 15 common to fair 3 to 105 Lambcommon to fair 150 ICllhcs good to choice G to yc common to rough 4 to 4c CYOLL00k 3ou Purchase Say did you know we had the JOUJpIcYou can sPend iiiuiiej anywhere but when it comes uywn 4 to now uptodate right priced giltwlged alnej please tie customer and pleasure to sell kind of merchandise wo have it H 0Ec- Alljfl mado to lit well and wear well nobby and andas cheap as others sellold shopworn stuff It is mint possible for any duller in the country to offer better goods at the same Price Ask any lady in town where to buyour 5 M i Dress Goods and Notions r i The verdict is l1onl1hl1ol1I Truly your friends A1 PI CRAWFORD 00d JacAson r r Jfonlucty W II 5 Ladies Flute Shoes II tNoCut of Vamps in WI e Courtneys Shoes P e rOlt SALE h1 A P Crawford Ca- i FOR SALE 1 I Pure bred Golden Bronze Turkeys White Pekin Ducks Cornish Indian Game and Single Comb Hrown Leghorn ChickensEggs for Hatching in season Place your orders early Our eggs are guar anteed to be strictly fresh and from w ell nuttetl purebred fowls c OUR PRICES W RICIT LM M Hagms JEItY LOW RIT S TO WEST aid SOU5tUlEST VIA Southern Railway ro T roiim Irlpmtei every ttrst mill third TUESDAY lit Nnch uinntli VERB UIKAP ONR WAY AND tollI TRIP KATES March 21 April 4 ami 18 TWO TIIAISS IXMIY HBTWKEN LEXINGTON An ST LOUIS NnclmiiRn ir OllrFltFI UK- OI1SINU Cum OAKS Only one fllitinut of lIIU liatween- Lexlngloti end Ilie Vet VIA SOUTlfKKN HAil WAY Write for iiifonimlinn- T W OKEWfl T f A lit It Mnln St LKXINOTOX Kv W H Henderson Ayres Street Oil runt Odlse LEXINGTON KY DKAIKU I- NGrain Seeds Feed Whent Rye Hnrlwy Onll stud Corn Clover ilmnihy Millet Kentucky Illuu Ira Orchard Orne Huneariftri Hay Straw Hill Feed UPTONOW Printing TUB NKWS has added new faces of typo to its job de partment and is prepared to do printing of evrv descrip ion the way it should be done such as U7TTKU IIKADS KNVKLOPKS HILL IIKADS i STALE I ENlS SHIPPING TAGS JlU UKCKIITS MINUTKS CARDS LAHELS mcu IA itS INVITATIONSi Era A neat job mid a fair price always guaranteed Try us r if you want to be pleased Work Doge Ul Q promised GUARDyour on ly1ue most health fat cereal preparation is flour and the most Hour is MANSFIELDS BEST PATENT AN- DMountain Lily Milled 1 water power from tho verycost selected wheat on perrtWo 811 MANSFIELDS is the lineal flour mantle hat we dont expect you to take our word for it We DO ask you however to try just one sack Wo know it will bo enough to makjo you a firm fast friend o- flgAJSTSF IELID FLOUR buy rom your Srocoryman U C MANSFIELD C SOX U I ROSSLYN KY I T i c EBEN OLDEN T Dr IRVING BACHELLER CopvrieM 1X bu ZoMircp fvt UtM o CampanV The dog growled n little for n iuo wont and bit at the harness but COx fag reassured him and be went along all right again on the level At aSlUallj settlement tlm children came Ing uie questions Some of them tried j to pet the dog hut old Fred kept to tits labor at the lieels of Uncle Et nud looked neither to right nor left We stopped under a tree by the side of a narrow brook for our dinner and oue Incident of that dinner I think of always when 1 tUIuU of Uncle Eb It shows the manner of non he was and with what understanding and sym pathy he regarded every living thins In rlnslne his teapot he accidentally poured a bit of water on a big bumblebee The poor creature atruraleU to lift himself and then another down i our caught hits raid still tmother until his wins fell drewlicd Then liK breast begun heavlntf violently Liar legs stiffened behind him and be sank bead downward In the gniM Uncle Kb saw the death throes of the bee und knelt down and lifted the dead body by one of Its wings Jelook at hlfl velvet coal he sai- dan Ida wlnss all wet an stilt Theyll neVer carry him another Journey ile too bUll a man has t tin every step be takesThe bees tall was moving faintly and Uncle Eb laid him out In the warm sunlight and fanned him awhile with lift hat trying to bring back the breath of life fcullty lie said presently comlug back with a sober face Theta a dead bee No tellln how many was de pendent on plat or what plans lie lied Musfa1 gln him a lot o pleasure t ny round In the sunlight worth every fair day S all over now He had n gloomy fare for an hour aft er that and many a time In the days that followed I heard him speak of the wurdered bee We lay resting awhile after dinner and watching a big city of ants Uncle Eb told ino how they tilled the soil of the wound every year and sowed their own kind of gralua small white seed like rice and reaped their harvest In the late summer storing the crop In their flrji cellars under ground lie told me algid the story of the ant lIonu big beetle that lives iu time Jungles of the grain anti the graa t of which I remember only an outline snore or less Imper feet Here It U In my own rewording of his t tale On a bright dayone of the littler black folks went off on a I ug road In t a great Held of barley Jle was going to another city of his own people Oto bring helpers for the harvest He cami shortly to a sandy place whero the barley was thn and the hot sunlight lay near to the ground In a little valley r closo by the road of the ants he saw a ileep pit In the sand with steep tildes sloping ttig point In the middle and as w It blgurouud ns n biscuit4 Now the nuts are Si curious people and go looking tore thliigi that are hew and Svoiulcrful as They well abroad HO they have luutli ltVotth hearing nfier n Journey Thexllttle tra ler wasyoung awl had a uo fear so he left tie toad and went dowse to tlfeplt ana jxvpcJ over the title of It y What In tlxrworld It the meaning of this queer placeV lip asked himself as fieran around the rim In a momentr t he had stepped over and time soft sand began to cave and slide beneath him i t Quick as n flash the big lion beetle rose iip Lithe center of the pit Timid began to reach for him Theo Ids legi HewI t In the caving sand und the Jomlg anti struck his blades Inlt to loltb the little he could gain- Upward he struggled leaping nnd floundering In the dust He hud got near the rIm and hud stopped clinging to get hIs breath when the lion began y tllnlng the sand at him with his long feelers It rose in a cloud amid fell on the back of the ant and pulled at him Cs It swept down He could feel the mighty cleavers Of the lion striking near his hind legs and pulling the sand from under them He must go down In i a moment anti he knew what that meant lie had heard the old men of the tribe tell often how they hold one t We were IOHO lllc unroll helpless nod slash him Into n dozen piece He was letting go lu despair when he felt a bald on lilt neck Look lug up he saw one of his own people reaching over the rim cud In a Jiffy they had shut their fangs together He moved little by little as the other tug ged at him and In a moment was out of the trap and could feel the honest earth under him When they Iliad got home and told their adventure sonic were for going to slay the beetle There Is never a pit In the path o lluty bath the wise old eblef of the lit tle black folks Sera that you keep In the straight mad It our brother had not left the straight road said one who stood near he that yeas In danger would have gone down Into the pity lIlwerCtIfJVr T r it Make Money I In California ranchesifare breaking up into because the country is prosperous product The towns youlleysare va have a little capital shares and you can pay own for it one out of the roduct in a few years Wa will rent ono on full information about the money send you descriptive booklets and folders giving workYoua benoughY taking advantage of thee Bargain RatesEvery Day March 1 to May 15 I 33colonist ticket Correspondingly reduced rotes from almot wy point Eat For oneway New The trip U easily and comfortably male via the Rock Island Two routeon through Me ico the other through Colorado Paatourist service vie EIDouble deifyThrough tourist carshours quicker than anr other line trt weekly via Colorado Dininllcar service end free reclining chair carat both Island has representatives throughout the United State they The Rock for the askingCalifornia tripYou CAn have assistance in iirrangieg the can lave you money andCalifornia book complete Consult your home ticket agent or write to the undersigned for our folder Across the Continent in A Tourist Sleeper h thu totN p- EL PASO NROUTE P = r = that led hIm out of the road nut lie that follows a fool path much neetl of wisdom for It he save time Tool del ye not see that he Lath ooooiirnftrd tully Y Of rouse I had then uo proper un derstanding of the elders counsel florI do I pretend even to remember It that art telling tint the title way told frequently Iy the rouse of my longnis liialiitance with Uncle Kb The diary of amy good old friend lies before me ns I write the leaves turned yellow and the entries dim I remem ber how stern he grew of an evening when he tool out this sacred little rue ord of our w iderlugs und began to write In It with hidstill of n pencil lIe wrote 8lowyund toad and reread each entry wlthgreat care an IhcRT the torch for light He still boy be still he would say when some press fug Interrogatory passed my lips and then he would bend to his work while time potent of Ills pencil bored farther Into my Impatience Ileslnnlug here I shall quote a few entries froth the diary as they cover with sutllclent de tail tin uneventful period of our Jour hey August the 20th Killed a patrldge today Blljil II lit tie teapot for din ner Went good 11 mild August the illst Seen a deer title morning Fred lit agln Comenear spllln the wagon lied to stop au tic the ex 10 mild August the rn K dumb u tree this morning utter wilt gripes Come near tailing Clln me n little crick in the buck Willie lies got a stun bruze 12 mild August the 21U1 Went In swluiuiln1 Ketched n few llsh before breakfus Got provisions an two ease knives an one fork also one tin pic plate Used name to fry tlsh for illuuer 1t tulld August the 24th Jot sonic spirits tor Willie to rub on my back Hoots wearing out Terrible hot Lay III tin shade III the beat of the day Syp sirs come an camped by us tonight 10 mild I remember well tho coming of those gypsies We were lUhlug In Bight of the road nud our lire was crackling on the fcmooth cropped shore The big wagons of the gypsies there were tour of them an red and beautiful as those of n citrus caravan halted about sun down while the tutu came over u WO meat to scan the Held Presently Illsj went Jack and turned their wagons lute the siding und begnu to unhitch Then a lot of barefooted chlldieii und women under gay uhawls overran the field gathering wood and making ready tb night Meanwhile swarthy driven took the horses to water and tethered them with long ropes so they could emit the grass of the roadside One tall bony mourn with n face al most us black as that of an Indian brought a big iron pot nul set It HP near the water A big stew of heel bone leeks and potatoes began to cool shortly and I remember It hind such u goodly swell 1 was unlimited lo nsk them for a taste of It A little city of strange people had surrounded us of a sudden Uncle Kl thought of going on but till night was coming fast and there would be no moon and we were footsore and hungry Women and ciilldren came titer to our lire after supper anti made more of me than I liked I remember taking refuge between the knew of Uncle Kb and 1rwl sat lIelcclIl- a at us penal together and one young miss of the tribe came up and tried to kiss me In spite of Freds warnings Shu had flashing black eyes ami hair ub I dark as time night that fell In a curling manes upon her shoulder but sow + I how I lied a mighty fear of her aiid taught with desperation lo keep my IJ1c to U liiCh lttt red UojT la r 4 From Chicago 30 routesd torbt ear to CiNtxnt t n am- toil sr Rmw the Rock Jndrvna mar and lavatrr an- dtant wtndowaor them or the latest pattrn with winMme are la thir + iotmsntauewually liars and templets app rooms for both men and womn Cut out this aJrartUcratnt HU In spaces below and mail 10 JOHN SEBASTIAM Pauenftr Tiiffic Mnrtr Rock IJaod SfUm 3 CHICAGO o ral of ff U CJJfornU inj Uw laUaala raw IHutralaJ Pleaband aoj full tlormdon about roar av nln I aipU lo Inn fur California about aeJ vouIJ Lk Info aikn bouttaaetnaoem Nm Addrol atStat tt Hie liglitnlug I lay between Uncle Kb and time old dog who both went asleep shortly Less wearied I pri smite than either of tfieni for 1 had done none of the carrying and had slept a long time that tiny In the nhadti nf n tree I was nwaUe au hour or wore after they were snoring lvery Hash lit the old room like the full glare of the noolulay sun 1 remember It showed me au old cradle plied full of rubbish n rusty scythe hung In Use rotting sash of a window n few lengths of stovepipe nUll n plow Jut one corner I jiiul three staring whUemvlH that sat on ii beam above t WBiiy The rain roared on the oi1root shortly sad came whipping down through Tie bare boards above us AbjR iliyp struck In my face arid I moved a little Then I saw what made mime tSSl y brtiith n moment anti cover lujTIeail with the shawl A lash of lightning revealed u tall ragged man looking In at time door way I lay clo e to Uncle Kb Imaglnlug much evil of that vision but wade no outcry uncle ET laughed and held Yeti by lie collar and I began to cry out In terror presently when to my great relief she let go and ran awa to tier own people They all went away to their wagons save one young man who was tall with light hair mina a fair skin and who looked like none of the other gyp stems VhI91IlCred The young tuna left us and Uncle Kb began to pack up at once They were going to bed In their wagons when we clime away I stood In the basket und Fred drew the wagon that had In It roily a few bundles A mile or more farther on we came to a lonely desert ed cabin close to the road It had h gun to thunder In the distance and the wind was blowing damp Guess nobody lives Pie said Uncle Kb as be turned Iu at tin agghmg gate and began to cross the liuli atch of wreds and hollyhocks behind It Doors halt down but 1 guess Itll de better n uo house GolU t rain sartlu I was uoddlng n little about then 1 remember but I wad wide awake when he took me ont of the bucket The old house stood on a high hill and we could see the stars of heaven through the ruined door and one of time back windows Uncle Kb lifted the leaning door a little und shoved It aside We heard then a quick stir Iu tie old house a loud and ghostly rustle It seems now as I think of Itlike that made by linen shaking on time lute Uncle Kb look u step backward us If It hud star lied him Cues Its nuthln to be traM of be said feeling In the pocket of hU coat He laud struck a match In a moment Hy Its flickering light I could see only a bit of rubbish on tGe floor Full o white owls said he step plug Inside where time rustling was flow continuous Theyll do us no burn 1 could see them now flying about un der time low celling Uncle Kb gathered au urinful of grant and clover In the hear field used spread It in a corner well away from tile ruined door and win Jows Covered with our blanket It made a fairly comfortable bed Soon as we lost lain down the rain began to rat lit on the shaky roof and flashes of lightning lit every corner of the old rooiu I tinge hind ever n curious love of mtorms and from the time when mem try began Its record In brain It has delighted me to hear at ulrI1r the roar It thunder and see the swift play of ITo m cojmxuiD I r Next Sunday is lEaster r FromI Keep your ImveU rt dulsr bj the I use of hntithe rims lnb Slomnch smith Lever Tablet I here le untiling bet ter For sole by Jackson PniK Oti- STILL WORKING AT 111 Thomas Morris of Ouster county Neb is still a vigorous halo old moan who does daily pottering chores although he U 111 year old Morris was born at Werne Shrop shire England learned tluw hutiilii JtIlIHII to America with the family with whom he now lives Since then he has been growingup with the couu I tn He attributes his longevity chiefly to his dietaryand in particu lar to his avoiding hot bread and pastry He also has always drunk beer and thinks it has benefited him While he has always smoked and chewed tobacco ho is not so em phatic in its furor but says it has never hurt him and that its use- gave him comfort Ilia teeth mire still sound and he has nercr had to call the dentist to his aid FUKETO OUR RE APRILS Itntuiilt moue Halm for tbD Itlootl If you fMiflcr from ulcers eczema KTofnlii Mold pnliiin oancar cat mug pnrp itching skin pliupleR ImiN IIIIDR pnln swellings rheninnHnn alrrrh or any blond or skin dieense- we RilrUe You lo Inkn HoianfR Illooil Hahn It It B K eelnlly recom inendul fur oldohatGmnlndeepseam ed eases curls where nil el HH fall heels every sera mtke + the blood pure end rleli gives IIH shin slit rloh glow of hearth Drngvfats1l per large Imllle jnniili sent fret by writing meal Helm fo AlUoln On Drserlbn Iron hIIIIHI free mood Intl advice sent In- 411nlll letter Ueilh lime aetit rat once prepeld Not So Flatttrlog AfUr All First Olliccr How would you fancy a sailor for it husband Miss Curton Vcry niiirh indeed if he were likv yourself First onicer highly flattered Its extremely nice of you to say that but vhyeo Mis Curton Uecause you Would not be homo much Xov0nr fur Cnnrer All enrfneeeuncermimire now known lo Iw ciirnbln by Kiicklpnr Asidea Salve rill VVnltpri if Donielil Va write I lied a cancer on my Up for years ilint repined Inciirnblt till HuoUleii Arntcn Salve heeled It 11111 now it N perfectly well OimrnnlecJ cure for emits mind horns 25e nt The Iitclunn I Drug Co rTILE GREEN SEAL PAINT Withstands tho wear and tear of paintImndeare thoroughly incorporated thus nBI1ll11illglll1l1or and more dura ble product For pale by M SI 8n e 110 RAILROAD TABLES I Lexington Castern Ry- I IOOALYIMKTAIUE I Kffectfv not 16th 191Nr I iIt West sound No I No j Dally Dally na Sunday Ls 5uniUy AM- rvJack IM on diiI 225 n A KJunetbrti29 2I1 Rpultyvllle Jim MM Torrent T 47 tdIINatural Bridge dent Ptantpn 82R 4 foil Hay Oily 8J17 489- RInrheeler OS1 60 Ar Lexington 1010 613 Hast Bound NI N 4 dally bally n 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