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I Ijj t c BREATH1TFd JI WUNTY NEWS jII IJ M il 50 i vfi H = H =k 11ii T 1 5 lAUl9IEditor and Publishorr tr VSlIJ pK 1tll1JlIIt ltKBTS OK EASTERN 1iruok u ONK DOLLAR PKR YIAR IN ADVAKOB i 1 d 1I F 7 = T ff t r Ivo1ne IV Jackson Kentucky Friday I April 28 1905 Number 28 4111 4i r t 4 Jl riIj4 Uo secure the results11 t 4 I ilrIio tho your money advertise i JI JL 9JrJlIlIliCounty tyewSjT- Jhe j 2l WI LS best medium by which ji 1roacka14o mountain f r Tjwice the Circulation of t I I any paper In 2rahfll fI isiflOVIse IN TJLF FIlKKMtUdTOand FUOM T fdiiv DKlOl 1 ARDNGTON HOTELtr f i S S TAULBEE PROP JACKSON1 KY J GOOD LIVERY 8TA1IM IN FIIISP CLASS SAMPLE II CONNECTION HOOM9 ifI ltFOR SALE 1 c Oiolden Bronze iurDhrllllo Ptkin Ducks lame and j Single Comb Drown Inborn f Chickens I Eggs for Hatching tjnseason Place vour orders f early Our cjfjrs nrtl KIV i antccd to bo strictly fresh and from wellmated pure bred fosIs T frtLM M 11s Btfert You Purehti Any Other Writs fHi KIW HMMI IIWIRI MAININt dMTANT OPIAVC1 MAss Mari S wlnr Mchn4 art mad to sell rer4l- estof qiulltr but Ihs Sew lIunoI nudo t0 w tr Our tutnnt ntvtr runs out WjnuVa Stwlnc MachInes to suit all conditions Cllhitndt Tb4 MXw Homo ltandullb Lid ofalIHIgkridetsnUswIng machlnft Avid fcfr ulhorli U amlen uuly TON SALt ev JattcM Ri llmlson Co JsOfiherat Agonta t EItrIe W II1r1ANz 0 s J f My Breath Shortness of Breath la One of the Com monest Signs of Heart Disease b Notwllhstandlnc what many pliyalc IoiI laM say Jienrt disease can U cured F i Dr Mllea New Heart Cure lias pert 4 manrntly reatoretl to licalth many thousands who had found no relief In the UKdlclms allopathlo or iomo o jKitlilc of regular praajlclns physicians It liax proved unique III the Ms II jj tory of medicine l y hicing fa uniformly v ticcqtiiI In curing those dloeajws f J Krorty always onu uf tho first signs 1JOf trouble In rhortntss otbivatlu Wlsrth rr It comes aa a rwtL of walking or ninolnc up Malm or of other xtrclne vIf the heart In utiable to mEttthls extra demand upon his pumping hiowrihire Is omettiln wrong with It ljjKY It thing you can da li to- tekDr illteii1 New Heart Curl It- wHL eo to the founOatlonVof the trou ble and ink a permanent cure by trengthcnlnx and rennwlng tho nenex IL know Hint Dr Miles New Heart Cure III a Jet remedy For II number ut years I HU eria from fli rtiiPM3 of brw tli nmotherlnic aiHltn and yams In left IJo Fur months at II lima I wOldb4ft5tiiO to lie on my left IiI V nl1tlyallothrIIlIti New Heart Cure which 1 did4 wIth good reaults l i gan to Impnivo at one taking aeveral lolllettr tile htlrt Cure till pains In my aide Bnd 9thr iiymptoms vanished I um wp now BiIlrey well All those dreadful Bpells nri u thing of tho I F 1 DUAKB UUJIelown 0 youth JslellllIlorHpccUlUt will dlaifmMua your 11t 41 1hat h wionic rid how ii EIIU COQ4x Jf ii r r I Wieuitr 1rtnlt SEWING MACHINE ROLLER BURINGI by iuyfftg this relhlile honest high trade sew Ing machine STRONG EST GUAUANTKr National Sewing Machine Co UCLVtDUHE ILLINOIS nC C =60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MatsDistant COPYRIGHTS Ac AnfOOMfldlng s iktlcb sod ilMCriptlnn aiij- Kileklr I uo ruin irtir ui H Drobiblr iwlrnubi 1ominunl Ule uaoIaI541 UPS n MI fur rurinrui iliI luunll Ul n tbnxwb Munn A U rwtlT ul nutUt without chriS lu be t Sckntific flmerfcan AitndoniI7IUuIrsted wekly Jrat tr an lournaL Trm J3 a swi4esIiriItHai Jcce JIll P JIt WWIIIIloa1 U An Indisputable SAFE INVESTMENT The material progress which our country is now and has been making for the past decade of years naturally I brings to the surface numerous schemes orthe1I getrichquick that benefit only the promoters of such at the expense of innocent investors In this age of genuine prosperity with every legitimate business boom ing wages high work in abundance giving employment to all willing to earn arid products of the farm bring ing best prices there is little or no excuse for one not to join the army moneymakersThe safest investment to make is to become a reader of the CINCINNATI ENQUIRER the greatest and 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 ments Intelligently made The WEEKLV ENQUIRER costs but one 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 becomes problematical For ten cents- you can secure a sample copy of each DAILY SUNDAY and WEEKLY Ejo QUIRKR Address S iitutrJ CFe IfG1asttL p J14t f r- r T 4 1r TO ADVKRTISEH3 Wo wilt accept advertisement arlmoreBreathltt County of any papa published Our paper goea ipev ery jiostollhO in Inrry Count and almost eviry one in Tee Ma gotlin Owaley Wolfe and J UGH Counties If you want to reach the jmtnmi tain trade try an ad in the BKATH lIT COuNTY NKWB j t DecIsion Affirmed Tho Court of last week atlirmed thu judgment time Per ry Circuit ourt in a case of V Jombs and otbera against W 0 Evereolw fudge Tim vholi court considered ease tlJIltlgo Sftllodnlivered tho opinion- The action was hyappeHaiiis HiirctitM tlntllo boijds of E II Cornell to the ap pellee the tonnty Judge to u nmn of their selectioiptb collect the iato and county roy untie for time year 1tOhhIOmt110 resignation or Judge declined to do so and ap minted onq S 1L llolliday who executed a new bondjAppellants OllulAsustained ademurrur to The court in atfirinimigthe sureties could only nominate 11 event of tho death of thu Sheriff PAINT ECONOMY You might as well mmtako our paint money go 119 for a3 pwjildf Lso Own 8t alJlqiild Paint and you wont coiu fn of tho distance lor aht II train Lexington Wls the StatIitIiTl- mts State Fair will lw success It will be inaugurated at texfiur- n ton kJUIIllllllWI lSthjllll1 willioii till Ut till the Silrd Jt will bo the hoit fnirtvrrt4i n Keimtmickv it will mean lilliIll 1ORmore for tho Blue G raas oteiiliiore for Kentucky The location of the fair at Lexington marks the btghmtming a aeriea of itnnual fairs whikj1hu of incalculable iUlpnrtllItIuturtlts ricultnre Iud flvesiock interests The permaneney of tIle fair as an annual feature in tbeeocial and business lifo of Kentucky depends upon them success of time attempt made this year That will be that must be a success After it in shown that it is a success it will be settled that the State Fair will be heM every year at Lexington it will cease being n tiaveling show going from OuIt3lity to n l h6ittlll willus it should lrida perma nent home in Lexington time enter of tho agriculture and livestock interests of the State time Queen of tiit Ulue Grass TI I E M AK EUS G U A IIAftTEE fs back of every gallon of Greeii Seal Liquid Doeant inake the All better but majpa saleJytrllluHimutlc IultiH Qiijekly Helloveil The oxornclatlnR patntcli rcter lIe of rhenmilltm suit BcI Unii are quickly relieved by IP1XIfli1 CliftinbeRlaSiig Vain Halm Tho groat palij reltvImmm power of the llntuipiit hiss been the MirprUe nnil delight of Ihoiuniula of sufferer The quick relief from pull which it nITutiU ii alnne jnrlh innny lime Us cost Fur mtlmu Iiy Jackfioji Drug Co NOTICE Is hereby given that the partv lorship heretofore existing be IAvepji Y II Blunttuii and Grant ilojlujay nndQr tho linn name ifvW H IManton Co- Irns bpen dissolvqd by m Hull yircdmcnt of the parties W IK Mnnon to continue the business AIIl1 cOlU1ts owinj said lirm ate ft bft paid to W U Hlanton Giyon under our hands thin JHb lay of April Ht05 W H HlANTOVjt Time Right Namumem IH JuVUt i DtViILii Witch Uatel ltlYotf1 ootlius mind heal cuts Inlrn1 milscs lilIes anil till skin liseBsis K E Xlpkefoose Adulph w VII ft iMy lltlfe daughter had white s weIlInj- so bad that piece after pece of boe worked out of her leg DnWItts VJWIi Iaet Saly cured hitr It Is the most vondcrful healing salve In th world Beware ot eommnterelts So4 ln 5 J J J i tottc n- iG jJ11ESPQNrJENOE HOOSKVEsYL1 t jToJirt Doaton of Hush Bunch I w V n visitor of 1 T Denton I Sunday Donton son of Uncle JTblm Deaton visited Juckson on wry urgent busings tile first of lime week Thft Biiptist cliurcli houso on the head of Cariey crelk was burned down on Sunday nijiht It was a mwhouccconstructed of logs seating capacity about tOO 1Hetl 1 IIInYlaite returned rout Luna tic Asylum last Saturday only to find his wile had dhMlTwhile away and his fatuity sftttterud Ills- recollection is lint asIme was trlad mccwhlI InJs Ot 9r rile rnttinieil home from time big log jot of Tbo Marietta Lumber Co last Sst mir day Rflirelmorbi theV work is pro arising nicely tlie hsnds rafting us many us live rafts sonic wdeks liivilI soon heap up n good mart S rafts and also n rood hame for Oeorjre as n logger Buck Aikiimn from tilt log rimps of tIlt Marietta Lumber i Company was shot by Bruce DllffI or this place lust Sunday lime veapon used by Dun was II double iwrreled shot gun Aiknmn ism seriously wounded hut thought notI to be fatal When asked regard lug the trouble Aiknmn remarked M was not doing to DutTon I shooting a himIs IX MKMOUUM In memory of Martin llenson n of Allen llenson who was l6lto resi April 24lh lfiOS hlLcome111071owClos their fragrance The hints thrilled iIsiiZIm1SRU amid nii leatttlftd I1unain r I ienllhrealhe his last This Jay will always remain sacred to us a day for memory anti tears Ve look upon it with a solemn thought well knowing time will record our decay lie sleeps in his native home sweet sleep of rest In his sorrow and long sur ferinjr his sweet patience was great er than all Gratitude H the fairest lower that sheds its perfume in the heart AVe have done our last deed for him taken our last look anti breathed our last good bye lie is now at rest with Him Who is more beautiful than the rose Tho hodor flesh is free from pain Side by side until the great Judgment morning he and father will remnmdn- lime leaves of the oak and willow shall fade Be scattered around together be laid The younjr nutLout the low and the high Slinirniouldcr to dust and towtberi shlIjtll 4L e life the Ramoiourfathers have been jjjjiVe eptho arna signs our fathers have seen NVo drink from the sonic stream and view the same sun And run time same race our fittligrs have run FpiKXi MiirliKit Ant liiiOTiiKit TOItRENl Irs TlJjtOas6n went to Clay Cits iIontltiyn business return hug same day t Misses Martini Hush Edna Ctt- hie and Mattio Adams of Zacha fiali were visiting 2mlrsaT 11 Ca sou and ulrs1r A tones at lidgcwood Junction Tuesday lime now passenger depot and freight warn room is nearly ready for occupancy Preparatuins are jeing made to put down concrete rthich will be placed around the tlelXt C Sjlhshvi1I undectake the management of time 1J Park Hotel this season and as ho has had the management during time winter icasonR for tho Past eight years he will no doubt makoi a success of the business Married at tholiomCpfirerSur t poi v 11 13 tem MrSf llia Wilson near Fin cattle Miss Jane Shoemaker and Mr Price Whismnn Price is an L K employe here and his wife is a young lady well lon and liked by all our people Married at the Palace Hotel Cincinnati Ohio on the 15th inst Miss Lticinda Meadows nnd Mr Clnrciipo S Hush both of thisI pliitv Air Hush hits been post master unit manager of Lay S MeLins business here for ten years and his wife who is a daughter of John Meadows of was the landliul of Ninaweb Inn at Heattyville last year 11and Mrs 0 W Sears guests of IjPark Hotel accom panied then to Cincinnati WHAT DID TilE PAINTER SAY When yon told him you wow go Ll1nidlnizithave the job of painting your liouue again for n long tune But you knew a thiiic so tireen Seal Liquid Paint tlill71te yon knowf Its on sale now at Ar8 Cluins About Itlieiiiiuitlsni There are few dlgenmH Hint InllM mure tort un than rhciiniatli m and lliern k prclmtily no difeaxe for which uoh a varied and iihuss lot af reine hIi i have lieeil mmgetott1ui say that it comm lie cured if therefoie a 1lainul linn met with rnl success n the lrinlnieiit of this it leas Our niilioniliii uf Iniit latin will relieve 11hlteUs ti e Viy stutTer uhill Ialn llalll ntTnrd piinh quick relief nnd est hum n trillr Knrsnle iTy 1ukn Uruj ell Jjirklnir the Slollvr IrI wondoe why the car utotummt start cxclalinml iulm liuimtleut iwfwnjjer There are tint enough people on board yet to mnko the cargo replleil another who understood the situation Onl PlBtr- He Id like to take your photoRraph 4iire IteallyjSyoutv weet iionjU to eat SheI see and thats why you want to put nieou a plate Illustrated lilts Thero U a selfishness even lu grati hull when It 11 too LurofueCumIIber- tnntl fc For u Weak IlgestloiiiKII medicine cmi replace fond but ChambrirlainiiStiiinnch munch liver Tuulit lets will helji joi dlgeit ynur foml rIis not the qnnnlitr tif food taken lhal I qivei lrentlh and viKiir In the vlem lint Ihe atniinnt dl eslu1 mend aBslmi Inled Iflrnuhled with B ventc diei tiuii ilntit fail to Ive these Tablets a Ilia Tliuuiilnds have been liPiiedlled by their up Tliy only cost a qtinrter Fur stile by The Jackson Drug to Olfrrltllr Xu CmiicIlengea Do yon claim that time world owes you a living No answered Meanderlns Mike le mini dutvKoea nround cljluilu- umVes 1 hUself uniwpular Im sitlslled to glt myllvln whether Itn owlu fo- me or not Washington Star lIla Shorthand Employer to new clerlOYou dontI seem to keep pace with my dictation Why dont you write tHhorUmnd I be lieve you told me that you knew short hand ClerkSo 1tlo htmL It takes tun longer than oruhimmajyvritiw ClianibcrlalnV Cotiuli Itcmetly the Rest nml Most l o1ullllI Mothers buy H for crllll11 chldren railroad men buy It for severe coughs and elderly people buy II tom la grippe say Moorn Bros Kldon Town We sell mqre of Chmnlwrlaliia Cough Remedy than mummy other kind It seems to have taken lisa humid over several other good brnnds There ifc no qtip s lion blt thh medicine 1llhe best that can be ptOcnred for cotif hi mind colds whether It be n child or an adult that is nfllieted Ft altvnyii cures nud cures quickly Sold liyTlnfaoksonDriiKCo The Vera Bullr The term bully In time tlnys of Stinke Bpoare hind Ulle a tllfforent nleiinlnt from that which It bus at present lit Ing an expression of endearment nnd Rood fellowship Koine suppose that the word when It Is ucetl In approval In derived from time Dutch boel or Her man bulile which stands for the KnglNh lover The barxher use of the word Is however to be traced to bellow the root of hull with n significance of noisy blusteriiigSFull of Tragic Moiuilntr lire these hues from T II Simin ins of Casey In Think what might have re sulted from his terrible Clinch If he lied not taken th medicine about which he writes I had a fearful cough hint disturbed my niphts rest I tried everything hut nothing would relieve It tlntil I took Or Kings New Dhcoverj fur Consumption Coughs anti 0 Ids which completely cured 3fl5t Instantly relieves and perma nently niresall throat tumid lung disease ies prevnls grip and pneninonla At Jackson Drug Co guaranieul I WKv andtCQ Trial buttle free t v BARGAINS I You Cant Afford to MissA 11 = TEE Breathitt County News HitS the Best Equipped Office anti the Largest Circulation of any paper in the mountains AVe are therefore able to S make you the following offers n kFOR 100 Ve will lend you time Sreathitt County News and either of lime following for one year The Loutiville Herald weekly Tribune Fanner weekly Home A Farm twtca a month Time Sunny South volt 8125 4 The Rrenthltt County New and of the following fur one year The Weekly CotirlerJuurnal TIieLexini tin leader weekly AfllUln ftl III II weekly J01t13u- fhetlrlaIhlU Couny News and eitli r oLthe fullovving for one year The CincIiiQNli Kniuirt r weekly The lommoner Hryaiit paper MeOallV Mnenzliie T thejfollowing OellnellorI UPTONOW JOB 1NTING4flhave new faces type to our Job Department anti ilprepared to do printing every description A job mmd fair price always guaranteed Try na if you want to be pleased 1LIT- KILLTHECOUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew IIOR cONSUMPTION ISOc Iunlt and Quickest OuWffttand t LES or MONEY IAOXE A Fries and True Friend One Minute Cyujjii Cure contain an atom of mummy drug and t hits been curing Couchr Colds Oroup and UliooplnR Cough so mug hat it hits proven Itselt to be n tried friend to the many who use t Mrs Gertrude K Penner Marion Ind says CtiuglilnR mind straining so weaketipd me hint I run down ins weight from 145 In 92 pounds After trying a number of remedies no avail One Minute Cough Cure pntlrlliI cured me Sold lIy M S CraInI Indicative When a girl acts n if she were tied to the end of a comet and tries to look as If sue were only buttoning her gloves most likely she Is just beco- megttLew York Press FltrijfAl11ut Your Stomach lllln it bod time vital or gans of your I ysre not fed and nourished as they should be They grow weak and Invite disease Kodol Dytpepsfa Oire digests what you eat cures indigestion aid stomach trail ides You forget ion have a stomach from the y ryduy you begin taking It This Is because Itgets a rest recuper metes and gradually grows so strong and healthy that It roubles you no more K T4 Habcock Amherst Minn says I taken a great intay romedies or indigestion but have found nothing equal to Kodol Pyspepaia cnreKod- ill digest whit you cures ludi Rostiop Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Hatching llearlburn and nil Stoinach Troubles lIB preparation U mle remit uf many lara of retearch Sold by M S Cram IIIlntr tDo I squint hmariieT naked the rich girl IA little Mnnde he said tenderly but wh wouldnt with your eyes If mine were ns beautiful aa yours Id lie trying to look Into them myself Plans to Cut Rich are often frustrated sudden break down dun to dyspepsia nrcoustipation Brace up and take Dr Kings New Life PIllM They lake out the material which are clugning your energies and give yon a new start Cure lieadncht and dizziness too At Jackson Druj I Cu ITn guaranleed Personally Conducted excursions in Pullman Tourist sleeping cars from Chicago in San rlllll1 Ios Angeles and Portland wilhou change vl i tIme Chicago Uiiion iacUlm- miid NorihUeiiern Line Colonist oneway tickets on smite March 1st to May lili only 33CO from Chicago with corn Hpoiid ing ly low rates frjm nil oIlier points Double Mertlt if Ton rtst Sleeping car only 1700 Rook lets wlihrnaps and full information on re nlt of 4 cents in stamps W ti KnisUrh PfT M 0 Sc N V Ky QlTckgo f C r iF FOIt 175 iThe Rreathilt County News and 1 either of for one year Woman itomn Companion + F 1 Ladies Home Journal fL I 44CThft 1 d 1 or any dollar rnnpazinVor dollar veek 111 IT published In time United Slates 6 FOR 200 TIme Brethitt County News and The Kentucky Farmrnd JJreeder i ror line yearciFOR 9Sp5 tThe nrealhitt County News and i l c either of the following fur oneear 1tOjThe Daily Louisville Herald fiThueflnflyCiwinmmntllod J Vt added of are IIOW of neat u not liarmful true 4a all have eat by =ime Missouri Iacillc Rmch1cimyf i f CoSt Louis Iron Arouiualii At Southern Ily CoSpen lit Homescekers Excursion fJSpecial round trip llomeieekeri Excursion tickets will be on tall April It 4 18th at an excepiionally law rate to aUcpoints In Oklahonm arid Indian Torrl torica AIo certain iwiuts in Missouri lArkantas Texas Kansas Onlorado1and New Mexico Itftulartlome eek- oerlIFxcuulon flaketlwtllbc f 1I1 w evsryjlrst arid thitrdTpeadi ut f ehcY f 4mtyone dnyt from date of sale rtbcral r slopovers Special oneway ColnuUt KxcurN- lODH To California amid the Norlhjwest very low rates on iala daily up in in ReptllilhSleeper from St Louis Hallahllvery low rates in effect 16 Denver Oolj Portland Oregon Fos AngelesISail Francisco California On ale certain dates in April May June tJuly August antI September cur nartlctila addrens A A hal lasher D I A 419 Walnut tUlb ou House Hldg Cincinnati O Y I tI1 n MgCALLS MAGAZINE 4n w- AADtS VC4INf 4 rj-A tilI oLzf i IlilS Isa LtsaIl C aflIt LJ- Mwtk1 bahI4 11 ri Sb J- srtibiohn hJ h Ia inpy ma f h ld Sa I i t i HIII1h RelltIe SilImhP 11 I- dair icimIcal sual A muIem lrIlcrrCI11I11I1t maicr l4flU TMG CALL 41TEItN As SHIM AHwt4 Md PrrUritltM HM tilt Rlltfefl Sad SdtlH times Only 19 tn4 1 ccnlt cnikno tigbf I A k lur Ihtm SJJ In k ilr m lljr 4nd lawn w br mail Iron f THe McCALL COctiMisnr Writ Jilt su MW YOH u ARKSbiuiDlIe11E4twt Liagiogiurjjdowa aae All ttquiiiu firum vii T I luet sue embodied Ia our luuuslio 01J43TVf A4k yoiu AttUt Ud aikt M cm fndtOt It nbttl cbs w ship At ISTEVIIM piepald SMil ittOM TofUft tit iLIIc STEVtAd1Jj I tJ F11ITCANBILOONILIIu111 4NIi IILJaTEVfIlAlltCAIIJM f id fliIt r the f7JhrWOWJI f 4 J WISE I1AUINS Editor f Friday April ii8 1001 t UhU t P1NisATTORNEYATLAW Office over PustOfllce JACKSON KENTUCKY All business Intrusted to him will lecelve prompt and careful at tentlon I uummnneennuntmmnnnnnaulL 5 4I ct 1 J4 FLAWYER and R i Maguffln 2- IHiUUUUUUUiiUiilUiUUUUUUUUIIIl r1 G W FLKKNOK A II PATTON I LFENOii tY PATTON t i3 06 LAAVVKUS I JACKSON KENTUCKY 1 1 NNNn 4NNNN N 4 t =t ANNOUNCEMENTS S FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce J JOI1NM STKONf- ly i1 v to y n cnndldate for Aiefnr of Brt l 1ntblicmtitnjfctto pftrtv the action of the nthI II FOR SIIKIUFF iIj L am a candidate for Sheriff or f zIreathitt County nt the coming No vember election HnFoJ CKAtrPiae qinfllrBnHiKy FOR JAltK It- Ve y rare authorized to announce LEWIS GROSS II of Elkatawa na a cnndldntn for the toatcentJallnrof Itrenthll t county sub of the Republican r party Local and Personal l Pop on ice at Iladdens Willie 1 eaton of Roosevelt t ttq was in Jackson Saturd- ayIw k b F Deaton of Roosevelt it here on business Monday ry ifa For Lexington Ito Cream see 4 = tlheJnckion Drug Company i 1 r r r1r1 5jChere ot Monday and J 1i r1eSln t tr e Charles Watts who has been b i- JP 3j sick for several weels with fever ii has recovered r r i 4J Elliott Carpenter has moved into r the house on Main street recently o ti li vaoated by Frank Knsh daIy s on and sample their Soda Water rt 1 1 y John Watts has rented the Com u it the lied house and is Ifprepared to feed hoses for tl- I traveling public 1 n f J M E Davis of Stevenson Tr a is at Richmond this week as a mem 1 j ber of tho grand jury of th- l 1lvf United States court allQintedtrI l f nnc caused by Green lIensle to moving awa rand leavinjr the State aMiIfk The contempt cases against Alex Frenchift F have been continued to n special I term to begin May 29th 0 i tndsatal folks a few days He hasclos =i out his store at that place and wit soon locate somewhere else but has not yet decided just 1iereI Taylor Stidham who is in the atwiny with headquarters For hurlIt I lug over both thighs No bones 4 here broken and he will recover l1eO W IIJIIJthnnd others will conduct decomtion services at the Stephen Carpenter graveyard on Quicksand on May 30th I atD n m and at the Patsey I1aclh i grave yard at 10 a m and Katy Back grave yard on the head wroCMeat Scaffold at 2 p m same t d duitGreen Ilensley who recently t 1 t sold his form at Rflusseau1left here Last Monday for Oklahoma where ate will make his future home He has served almost a term as ii Justice of the Peace of his district F i1 Shd was a good citizen While iv f tiS t are sorlYJ o seeliim leave we hopeI he o welljn his new homevIiJ f VWWtf E w t4f 4f 1 J ey ht t rLr r a Fresh Strawberries at Hoddens Cnle Lelttico mid other Fresh Yegatables at Haddeivs 3 Mr and Mrs W II Gillum of Whick were here Tuesday Klint Davis Postmaster of Lo Creek was here on business Mon day Miss Ida Strong visited friends and relatives at Crockettsvillo Sunday Miss Bertha Hoskins is visitin friends nnd relatives nt Cam Christy Mrs F W Fletcher has return ed from a visit to friends and rel atives at Cynthiana Misses Callie Davidson and Eliza Bowling risitied MissesMpl lie and Jennie Stidham Sunday but the best Lexngto 1Nothing will be used for Ice Cream Sodas at the Jackson thug Company a N Mrs W R Bradshnw has bee very sick for the past two Dr Brown of Winchester was called to see her Wednesday John F Arrowood is very ill at his home at AVhick and fears are entertained that he will not recover He is postmaster that placeIF II Gibson commenced on last Monday grading forthe build ing of a residence on tlfftloton the Heights he recently 11IifclIislllof- J J C Bach 4 tr7 The Jackson Drug Companys store is receiving a naReaBt of paint at the hands of jG and William bun which improves its appearance 1elyymuch Fire which broke out in the deISin saw logs ties etc Church Notes The regular Quarterly commission service will be celebrated Presbya r membership will please be present when they may bo received into the church A special gospel sej vice at night 1 M T WANTED Men to peel bark and cut wood on our timber tract near Hinton W Va Would let large jobs to responsible jobbers Apply toll E Evans Co Grand Rapids Mich or II C Johnson llinton W Va 2830 New L A Time Card The new time card of the Loui ville Atlantic railway appears bsthe railroad column on the fourth page today Connection i tinuLexington Eastern Railway at Beattyville Junction instead of Nos 1 and 2 as heretofore eShot by Policeman StlilbtfiuV Henry Combs qqlj cut Jane sidedI Sundayywas pursued by Policeman James Stidham Combs refused to sub mit to arrest on the call of th policeman and being about 7 yards away he fired at him the ball striking Combs in the thigh fracturing the bone He is now in jail in a serious condition j aecMissi um was hit by train last Friday night near FU n Mississippiiwhich fractured his collarbone and his chock bones 1twas removed to the hospitalat Memphis Tenn who he died Monday morning about 7 oclock thisIMrs It S Landrum andwas about 32 years old He heldIwith the Kentucky Lum er Veneering Company at Robtbins for about two years and had worked himself up to the position lumber inspector He resigned hat place last winter to accept nt similar position at Lulu Missis sippi where he could get better wages and immediately loft for that point Hiif remains tiers burr ied there Tuesday under the au spices of the Odd FelloVrc Lodge of which ho was a member as it was impossible to have them brought home on account of the state of the weather j b JP 1- u Liquor Election on May 10 An election has been called for May 80th to take time sense of tho otera of the town of Jltc k lon whether spirituous vinouH or malt liijuora shall ho sol therein stFIXING THINGS UP For Spring may be accomplish ed with greater case and better results by using Green Seal Liq old Paint than by arty other means For sale by lh S Grain Easter Services andpa s Easter exercises were presented at Quicksand and Hounshell last Sunday wader the management of Rev Edwin T Preston V Jaunt to Hivou Roost IOn last Saturday April 22 several of the faculty of Lees Inn stitute accepteilAn invitation from Rev Edwin T Preston to visit Racer Roost his home on the mountains tof Incksoif njh party included Misses LoiT IsReese and rofor F IS The day was an ideal one for anon U tain climbing Spring was fair and fine and the party came back tired but joyful utter their outing Exercisesa1The com I1 llcement exorcises of Lees Collegiate Institute will he hold May Oth to iUh inclusive On Saturday evening will he the grade entertainment The bacon laureate sermon Sunday morning ilIlVpreached by it K Oof Louisville MOIH1RYevcliing will be devoted to music and Tuesday evening tho commencement g he delivered by Rev F W Minitt n D President of Central him i verajty All friends are cordially invited Disciple Rally SundaL m Evangelist Dodge will preach upon the subjects of The Rock ty in Christ and hBihlo Study Quote a number will be added to Christt0 Christ immediately after the fl to 1 oclock service Ir Dodge wry confident about erecting a hniltIingantI establishing strong spiritual membership His plea inQhristJesusmauds and build Christian eha actor according to the Christian system Emphasis is placed upon loyalty to the won and obedience to conscientious conviction All are invited to the services Wonderful Meeting Undoubtedly the most success fill revival meeting ever meld in Jackson has just come to A elm From the first service Sunday morning April 10th to the Ins a sunrise service at th train Thursday April 27 the ins terest was unabated Rev Wal ter Ilolcomb who conducted th meeting is a fearless earnest in tensely practical preacher While he boldly denounces sin in big and low he welf manifests a dee sad tender interest in the sinner It was truly beautiful to see th pastors am people ofnil the churches work and pray together ont3 r revived and lraverecon I secrated themselves to Jliriet Perhaps fifty or more have ac tvjtlKi bless Mr Ilolcomb for coming to lacksonIiOUSF OWNKUS Should protect their property from poor paint one way of saying that they should specify Green Senl Liquid Paint in their contracts For sale by M S Grain THE DRATII ROLL Mart Henson died at his home near Roosevelt last Sunday nigh of consumption lie was about 24 years old Jonathan Quicksall died near Hazel Green lost Sunday He was a member of the constitution convention from this district that formed the present constitu Ion Mrs T J Daniels daughter of Mr and Mrs W W McGuire of place died at her homottI West Liberty last Monday morning She leaves a husband find one child Mrs Malinda Raleigh wife of Samuel Raleigh of Roosevelt died lat Friday after a short illness She vas a daughter of Joseph Deaton of Smiths Branch She leaves a husband and seYeif clnldJf7 f ten iI 7 ij J gy JLJJ Why Spend Your Mofifey FOR J iS SEEING MACHINESI f Ijsl 1SSR V YOU HAVE NEVER SEEN x I J M WHEN YOU CAN INSPECT AND TRY THE BEST MACHINE MAD IN YOUR OWN TOWN SOLD OR RENTED AT Southeast Corner Main and Broadway Jackson Ky GREEN SEAL LIQUID PAINT 15 cheapfonly in price There is no Economy in things that are cheap in finality Green seal is the Best paint Costs no more than others For Sale byM S Crain For Side Portable sawmill with rornmill attnchpd Engine 10 x 14 inches Will be in operation for thirty days near Qakdnle Knnd must be sold within that time Price 500 A14 WOODu NOTICE I have been appointed adminis Ici hljitpresent them to me properly proven All persons owing said- i estate will please rome forward stud settle at once J lL Ihs fn Atlmr Rousseau Ky isKlnll Alfonso and American Qlrli The 15ev Thomas Van Ness who has traveled much in Spain and who has a rich fund of stories of that cII 1q Alfonso ipapishrmayesiylire DungkingNo he said I shall marry an American first because Aiuer leans are all ricli and that will please you second because they are all republicans and that will please many of my people third because i11eplease meBoton Record tACheap Out- e Soda water is now prescribed for hunger especially for the abnormal hunger produced by disease Thee seat of hunger is found in the solar plexus By the use of water charged with carbonic acid gas the branches 11of the solar plexus distributed ofpirritationetion for the ravenous hunger often present in diabetes and certain forms of indigestion may be greatly miti gated if not wholly appeased Kept Thtm In Stock Senator Dolliver was making a during the i West Virginia nar the plltce wirehowas born sand reared JbpuirIlur1 know it as well as I do my adopted state Why right over there is a farm where I have spent many hap py hours I gathered and carried away more than fifty bushels of chestnuts that grew on that farm frescame from a sent in the rear and you have been peddling them out ever since The Kiss Mlcrebt A French phyaician has shacked his colleagues by insisting that kiss ling instead of being unhealthful in i almost wholesome practice Kisses thisauthorityagreesbut that the interchange of certain bar cilli is a laudable and healthful prac tice In kissing it is not so much the bad microbes as the beneficent ones that are exchanged These good bacteria are not only favorable but essential to digestion Dan t Borrow Trouble Its a bad habit to borrow anything pngtililipbnrrow heart weary rind worn out by the pain and pol oris of Jyipepl biilou8iici Bright dUeaie and nimilar internal dliorden dont tit down and browl over your lymptomii bat fly Inn rJiitt to Electric Ultteri Here you trUl flrd sure and permanent forget ltlns of 411 your troubles and your bmTy will t be burdened by a toad of debt dtieaie The JapUoit Drug On Price Ms Quarnntee3 1f tir 1 WEDDING IB PRESENTS OCR STOCK OP J Fine Cut Glass AM j tSolid Silverware I more complete than ever I handsome Ui1 Bowls largo civwyaPr and up- r i flan humblers k Iime1eawy tmOe E ami upwardsr H TNTZliT ER 1FT 01T 1MKVXIX LEXINGTON KY IiIi n GUffRDyour health bv using PURE flour only The most health ful cereal pre titration is flour and time most li- eHANSFIELDS flour is BEST PATENT A X D- Mountain Lily Milled by walor power from tho voryIlt selected wheat on perfeet Wo say MANS unDS Is the finest Hour made but we dont oxpect you to take our youhoweverWe know it will be enough to make your a firm fast friend of AI ANTSPIELD FLOUR buy from your Sroeoryman IL C MANSFIELD x SON r ROSSLYN KY u Watchesl CLOCKSSilverware Silver Novelties r and all kinds of ilrstclass Jewelry call on S DFLEENQR t JEWELER AND OPTICIAN r JACKSON KY or t cv tt y we j- t DAY BR0S n OMPAN Wholesale and Retail have the most completes oc of GENERAL iMERCHANDISE3 I I Everbroughl to Jackson l10nsIstlng k- jl ofp1a r I I gif t iit iliA I + NltiQ tt r 1T fofitqi 4MN MQISt 1 = IoeI L t Wo hfHC rt ffncst II 1 line of shoes in East r ern Kentucky Our ffIiUlc For the Ladi s we have the mst Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy THE LATEST DESIQNg- SfINMILLINERY I I Department is under the man agement of Miss Margaret Basket who can show you The Latest Style Hats direct from New York City Also FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS In all FreshfromIf you need any House Furnishings or FURNITURE 1 I We are the people you are looking for io we have Jt by car loans to suit i ievery ftfiCome and see us our 4 uiJjJAjjxlliJLlJJjlJlUlili 1111 I HHIMIIIIIIM1IHIWJIINMHHHIHUI I Prices Are AH Right I DAY BROS1 Il COMPANY iackson I Kentucky f J I i t The liittw News r l uhJltijr 1rlduyM L r tTILE IjlKGIS Tit A 14 r a 0 4 4twII tfus put on limo r landnesdny afternoon and cupuos Ithe afternoon and the ehtlre V Thursday giving his t stit which was pretty much tilt iHH given In his famous dolpoei J iven at Winchester ++ I l few liKintlissiro- OnF iday morning tho first wit rv nowyfvRs Noah J Peters He said he standing about tin or twelve feet tom the front door ofllle f coutiniousG when the firing began iertl Immediately stepped into the corridor of tho court house to get it out of range of tile shots as he 1 could not tell from just what paint lliey were being tired Saw the people at the Cardwoll corner scat tcr and believed that some one was being shot at Saw no one when he first entered the courthouse door hut nhoul a iiiinut after the tiring ceased he taw Curt Ictticome down tin roar stetnnt- t croHhe street toward the Hargi ptore Witness looked in tho dig lh111HatHisrf King I Manding just 1 ehin- dtheuitbtitinddnot tell whether Ford haija gun Said he heart Hands say something to Jelt and the latter recrossed to the court IhOIlSfgo hack and guard tin court house door and that left replied that the door did not need guarding Also saw liritton and Spttvr near the door when Jolt returned Saw liritton and Kllert Ilargis near I thin lorjust before the shooting i t atndalntt saw Ilargis anti Callahan j talking to them j The next witness 1 It 1it1 titwhn had known luckaiUtlur1 ing his lifetime anti also knew Jim Harris and the men jointly in dieted with him Was talking to Cockrill just about live minutes before the shooting front of the l courthouse Said King Ford was- o i also talking to CockVdl and left r hint and entered the ihtu Sift slain Witness said IIP saw llhrt IItr 1 t tissue the store anti uo down the street just before tho Mooting While witness way InHiing to Cock e rill Hill llrilton came out of the store ttnd walked pat ockrill unit gave him an unfriendly look Said that Britton looked though ht had been drinking and that Cockrill seemed to be very ner volts as Uritlon passed by and poked at him Uritton entered the postoflice and asked for liar gisiilrpthors mRiIIUHI returned to the toil with some papers in Ibi- shad llritton did not speak as ho imassellbut gave n sharp look at Cockrill and the latter turned find followed Britton with his eyes until after llritton Iliad left the postotiico and returned to the More Witness said Cockrill told him he had Home business to transact with Attorney John Pat rick nod they separated Cockrill started up the stairway to Put ricLs ollice and Little went down the street to Davis store on the I corner just below Just us Little I entered tim store ho heard shots andjfltepped out and saw Cockrill stagger into an alley Little ran to1 where Cockrill had fallen and wiSr followed by Will Tett andi Klbert Ilargis Ho heard Hargls ask C X Bowling if Cockrill was dead and being answered in the I afiirmative he said to TIt Lots go Witness said Klbert Hargis seemed to be very nervous N In answer to n question Little said he and Tim Ilargis hind been on friendly terms for twelve or thirteen years prior to the trial of I Curtis Jett at Cvtilhinna for the i murder of Cockrill Said he ns k Isistl in the arrest of Tom Whito iY and acted as special elisor with his STtunclo C J Little during the trials of Jett and White for the murder rtf J H Mafcum Was r aUOJjVnthiana as n Commonwealth witness IlImg the trill of Curt lj Jett for the murder of tandIIftr that trial COdni1I1 jJackson Little said that day time soldiers were recalled I t Vromiickson by the Governor he huH business down the road and boarded the train and went to one I of the stations near Jackson Ono tlasmoirain wore Jim Jlargis and Doug Hays both of whom got oft the train at OaUdalo Witness saidon the return trip that after I noon Hargis and Hays got op the Iloo v train at Oakdalo and entered the rear coach and took a seat almost J1 r i 1 4 S directly opposite him Ilargis TT carI vied a shot gun antiseemed to havo been drinking hard nail WI1S more under the influence of liquo than witness had ever seen him before Witness supposed they hat been hunting and asked Hays what luck they had At this junctur Ilargis began cursing Little vie Icntly and threatened tashoot him for testifying against his relative Littlo Stud he did not respond to anything he SfticlIS ho believe his time had about come and knew that to say anything at that time meant certain dents This abuse continued for a distance of severs miles until the train reached Jackson As witness started to lenv the train he was followed by then and just as he started to leave the platform he was given a hard kyl- eby Ilargis Little said it was very darkwhen the train reached Jack ttIlsetempt of violence on the part of IlargisS Taulbee County Clerk of HreatliHt county was time first witness at the afternoon session Mr Taulbee brought some of the rec nods of his oilScc showing that Curt Jett Hill Hritton and Jcssi picer trod been appointed deputies under Sheriff Callahan Tho witness turned to the trey ords and read to the jury where Jim Hargis as county judge hat entered orders making the three men deputies in thin Sheri9sotlice one of the orders in which Hrittoi was reappointed bring made nftoi the death of Cockrill This part of time testimony however wns not allowed by tin court but it had gone to the jury before tho objec lion was made- Following j the introduction mil the records Taulbeo gave some mil the onsutiunnl ovidenci Ilargis that hits yet beerIInjninst nt tIll trial Taulbei said that sometime in May or Juno before tho killing of Cockrill in July he heard Jim Ilargis say hi would engage the best lawyer it time State and stand by the inei who would kill Cockrill Witnos said this remark was made in tit presence of n number of jwople but suit11a pail very little utter lion to it at that time Said that County Attorney W 11 Hlantoi and perhaps Jutlgo f t C Had were present when the remark woo mantle Said it wits after the killing of Dr Cox null lien Hnrgii and was auntie during a general conversation by the people about the killings in Hrcathitt county Tnulbeo said there was considerable excitement at the time in Jackson Said that Tom Cockrill was in jail and it was after the ap plication for mil had been sunlit by Tom Cockrill At this juncture time Common wealth asked Clerk Taulbee to rend the order of Hargis as county judge made on July 14 1902 one week before time death of Cockrill in which ho refused to accept the bond offered by Cockrill and de elated the oflico of town marshal vacant Tho defense objected to this evidence lint after a long wrangle and nn examination of the rram1it withdrew the objection provided the court would permit the witness to rend both records on the same page This was agreed to and the witness read1 time or tiers dismissing Curt Jett as a deputy sheriff and the order do faring the marshalship of Jackson vacant Witness was not nl lowed to tend the order entered in Juno before where Cockrill had executed bond and was not permitted to show how much property was owned by thin jieople who were on tho bond of Jim Cockrill Logan Goso who was employed by Elliott Htirgis at the rnrmnt the time of thivVockrill shooting was called Said he was at work sunning hay that morning with Hill Hritton Abe Mclntash and Will Gritty Saw Klbert Hargis for the first tithe that lily about dinner time Witness and the other hands wept to tho house for dinner about llM oclock and said he heard Elbert Ilargis say to Uritton that he had work for him In town that afternoon and after dinner Brit ton changed his clothes and started out toward town with Klbert Ilargis while witness anti time other hands went back to the Held to work That ho heard if tio shooting of Witness was CockrillII Attorney Hunt that heluau hoard Elbert Hftrgn Britton he head work forhim frll that afternoon Thisrwijj was introduced at t trial and told exacTly time Inme story find was not shaken on c rosS examination Walker J Colo tho special balI iff who arrested Anso White in Hrcathitt county and Brought him into court rafter the lirst bailiff hnd failed to find him testified Cole is a merchant in Jackson and wtlS en route to the depot when th shooting of Cockrill took plntc Went on to the depot nod when he returned to town in about twcn hiinutcs he Saw Jett llritton inn Klbort Horgis at the court hous e Marvin W Carter a barber i t Jackson at the time Cockrill w g shot was the next witness W en route to his shop near tho posP office when the shooting occurred Saw Cockrill and Bruce Litt talking before the shooting begs andalso saw Cockrill talking t Stuart linger just before the shooing Witness saw Cockrill fjlm down the street with blood gush ing from his throat anti heard liim say twice Boys the co1lrthpus window Charhs Terry was recalled by the Commonwealth to prove that Cockrill had told him of thal Itged plot to kill him Said Cocl rill stated to him some time befoi he was shot that Mostf Feltner had told him Cockrill that the tllhi irises and Callahan lint formed n plot to kill him Henry B Noblo was put on the stand Saturday morning and told of time ollico on tho second Jloor of time Hargis store and said hehlu frequently seen several guns 11m pistols in the office Said ho ha I1 seen Jett Britton Asberry Si wr Jesso Spicer John Abnei lobo Smith Moso Feltner nnd Tom White in the storo and nOicc before the killing Henry Freeman was next intec duced who said he was in Jackson tho day Cockrill was shot Was driving n wagon at the tim and had passed the court lions some time bofore and Sftwro nr men in n TfYp W n the second floor amUfWiem tobe the liar uis broth Wt not near time court house when the shots were fired antI tiriot LO hack to lint out who hat bees shot Said his relations with tlm Hargiswwerq friendly and i hnd slept at tho homo iJtnmiarJ1 and had taken breakfast with his family since swearing to time aflidn vit charging him with murder Said he had slept with Elhlqt liar gin at lltt + wno of Jim Hargi and hud alsajslept with him in tit oflico at the sTore Freeman salt ho hurl never talked to Jim Hargi about the affidavit Wns rIot allowed to say that Edwards hat prepared the affidavit and askei him to sign it Charles Strother bookkeepe in the Winchester bunk and Jos jph S Head cashier of the Jack rum Deposit flank were tho next witnesses and testified concerning the money transaction ihetrveetl- ium Ilargis and Felix Veltner W N Cope said he heath Tim Hargis say during the argument between Hargis and Cockrill that lie was going to defend himself and tidied Cockrill to touch him Neither of the Cockrill boysha drawn any weapons until Cullnhni lirst put his hand tdhis hip pocket C X Bowling Saul shortly after the trouble between Cockril md Hargis when the latter resented tho attempt of the forme to arrest him witness heard liar gis say to Callahan The low down thirty dog had time necvPjrO walk in front of mo after tryirij lo assassinate me Witness knew Hargis was referring to Cockrill as he heart his name called bj Hargis lie had just seen Cockrill pass don the street with a youni ladySherman Core time next witness- knew Mose Feltner and was at the home of Jim Hargis in Ih04 when French and Callahan were there Went to seo Moso Feltner in lies lie county and get him lo nest Elargis at time home of Callahan brotherinlaw Feltner refused to meet and treat with him Cope could not remember whether he took this message to Ilargis Said Elargis was away on huts return The memory of the witness was faulty anti it was impossible tom him to remember anything of im portance Saitl he spent several nights at the homo of Jim Hargi when Feltner was there Cope hat been in Jackson tho morning Ql the shooting but Iftd netoCl1 nol City and was not present whflp the shooting occurred On Felix Eel MHnerNwaa introdSwd who cor r t fa JL B EIjAXErs SoreaIS NOW HEADQUARTERS FORa j XowPrices andffia gainsiu ovary link I have lord iifteoii years ox perience in merchandising and can and will sell you goods cheaper than theywere aver r told in this town P I wish to thank yon on eantl till for your r rmOH liberal patronage and ask n continuance u ot t y same j = = == =T NEW GOODS4 Yes I11I0 them and lots of them Ulose prices and small proiitsnsjiiy lottOI i1 want your trade if IqVv price anti honest dealings will get it The Peoples Friend JRrBLAKE I d uuuutr4S I CLEAN i SWEEP SALE The polloiuiQ prices are for Qasj or produceI MKNS SI ITS 12 00SuitsnowS8 40 It 00 740 10 00u ft 49 8 00 t R 40 70 449 C Ou 3 49 fi OOt eo 249 MENS SHOES f 00 Shoes now 3 49 400 2 74 3 i0u U I 2 24 300U i 198 2 altiau I 1 74 2 00U 1 49- i lJ Lliiui UUg i 25 TTTTTrnj MENS 4TS 3 Olt link now 198 2 rO 1 74 2 00 u 149 1 fiO 119 tOO 79 7fi 49 LADIES SKIRTS 1 00 Skirts now 2 98 3 004O 40 1 98 2 riOU u 174 2 00u 119 100 40 U 79 nowl3luTo- matoes LOSuitsnow2 We hard for your trade and dealing nod very low prices will you smut get Come and buy your entire wonts dollars thai live hero Try Very respectfully C KELMANJACKSON BARGAIN HOUSE roborated Moses in innnj important parts his testimony Jeff Smith the last witness for the Commonwealth testified that while he was boo of Callnl mils deputies before Cockrill was as sassinated ho was in the oflico of Tim Hargis ono daytvhen the latter said to Jeff Jim Cockrill will hilttao- he rkilled Witness said he replied Jim hows that Hargis then s icl4OWell Jim Cockrill will have to he killed for if he not ho will kill Witness answered I dont want to bo in and I will have nothing to do with it5 c Ilargis then said declared the witness yell if you doutwaJit to do Ill get Goorgo Smith anti Curt Jett and they will fix Tuesday morning Jim Hargis went the stand and denied I query materialallegation the denied that Moses Feltner was ncr in his oflice or that ho ever wanted James Cockrill killed lie vas subjected to u rigid crossex i nination by Col HWnston and was on thestl1ncl allof Tuesday ad Wednesdays and had not con cluded his testimony on Thursday morning at our last reports Stop with lilrt Bros at Rejed- itel when in Lexington 6ai ttr C5ROCERIES 2 lbs Arhus des Coffee 2itc 17 bags he treeper can 9c Apples pet cat 9c Peaches per can 9c Kraut per 9c Tobacco 3 twists lOc Syrup per gallon 33c MENS PANrS r 00 Pants now f 3 49 4 00 u 2 39 3 10 219- S 00 198 2 ftO 74 200 1 1 BO1 19 2uoV rn a 6 BOYS SUITS 3 24 8 00 1 98 2 174 2 00H H T 1 39 150 11fl LADIES SHOES IJ 00 Shoes now2 24 2 rO 185 2 00 I 39 I f0 1 19 25 pairs of Uuhhtr touts to bo closed out nt 1 99 are working if square interest wo an to it of us Four will do work of us Y Feltner of him t is us this it it on of can 1 49 f ill NOTICE Dr J A Tajilbeo JinVjplacec his accounts in my hands for collection Persons indebted to him formedicaf services will please call on lIe and settle at once Kciir KASH Attorney CCNClSNATr STOCK MARKET CiNftiJfNATi April 21lVntUe Choice heavy scarce strong and lOc higho all other grades dull Fair to good shippers i25 to 1 25 butcher steers T 75tixu mon to fair 3 25 to 1 7f- t110s market steady tGood5 CO common to choice heavy Tat Sows 152 to 4 7r light shippers 5t- o 540 pigs 110 pounds and less 1 40 to 5 15 Sheep extra 5 00 good to choice 1 49 to 4 90 common to fair 3 to 4 35 Lambs common to fair 3 00 to t 85- Calves good to choice 5 to 5jc common to rough 3 to 4ic Won u Nninn or Fame DeWltt8 Little Early Iliseri the fa mous little pills have been made fa mous by their certain jetliarmleBS and Renlln action upon the bowel and liver They have no equal fur biliousness con tipstion etc Ther do not weaken time ilomach gripe or make you teed sick Once used always pre ferred They strengthen SoU by M 8 Oran rvr p P CRAWFORD JPTIES ijOPJiV 1 F VOtit cook 91eforew 2ou Purchase ti tr Say did you know we had the I cEi c1J4E OF lOODs If TQU Yon can spend money anywhere but when it comes downt Ito now uptodate right priced giltedgedalnus please the customer and pleasure to sell of we have it- t i = SHCEE3 M- Allyj made to fit well and wear wet nobby and dressy awl as cheap aaothora soil old shop worn stuff It is not possible for i thy dtttlor in the country to offer hotter goods at the same price Auk any lady in town where to buy your Dress Goods and Notions FThe I e s r Truly your friend SA P CRAWFORD COtL tCksonr r ttonhIcrr t II lr Ladles Fine Shoes No Cut of Vamps in I Courtneys Shoes 11 jFOR SALE BY A P Crawior Cp i aca5uZR M SH- ELYBHELY W H LITTLE LflY t M N IITTLE + to MANUKACTUnEUS AND DKAIKltS IV u 1 MARBLE AND GRA- NITEMonuments 4 f f m and Tombstones iSatisfaction guaranteed Call or write for prices and save Y r 111 Ulbney by buying from us rn j 22 YEARS EXPERIENCE m 1 JA0KSb BREATHITlx KENTUCKY rn 1 ls22S2S2S S2SSaS25ES2Si5252S SSiI I UPTONOWPrinting I u TUB NKW has added new faces of typo to its job de partment and is prepared to do printing of every descrip tion tho way it should be- done such as LETTER HEADS w ENVELOPES v litlUIIJ HEADS I mNIS SHIPPING TAGS TIE RECEIPTS MINUTES CARDS LABELS CIRCULARS INVITATIONS PROGRAMS ETC A neat job and a fair price always guaranteed Tr us if you want to be pleased Uork DOle Wfv promised W H Henderson Ajrea Street Oiip Pout Ofliae LEXINGTON KY DKALKU IN Grain Seeds Feed Wheat Oats and Corn Clover timothy Millet Kentucky Blue Gri OrcliardGrau Hungarian H yf Straw Hill Feed IIJ J Ir SPECIAL ONE WAY tCOLONIST RATES T I o TO THE J 7Vj West Northwest and California r VIA s Southern Railway March 1st to May 15th and Septitember 15th to October listh 1 inclusive FROM LEXINGTON Jt3640 3790 3900 I 4040 To Helena Butte Ana conda Mlssoula antixq poinif many olherlntermediatei I ToSpifkane Wathinxton and mnny othwr inter tToinento Ins Angele Sari DifKii end all California Also tn Thisrnix and irercott Arl rinr slid Intermediate puillU Ta PurtlsndOrrgonra C coma Washington Brat tie V lilnjiuiiV neoii vcr B 0 Victoria H U and many oilier points in IVariilnglon i Oregon wad British Co lumbia Thn SJllllwrn UlllhuJ olllrl the J verj beat and must convenient achedRisles from Iexlncon and niilsvllle in points West Northwest and in Call 3 fornla I 1 wo train dally from T xinjloH to4LSt Louis a chang or carsiVfgtibnlu day coaclioi lIdFREJoI strahu t 4 T W CREWST P A- Jjexingtbn Ky C II HUNG RFORD D P AltLouisville Kyf w- L f r Y 1 yJ wk ooo 0 ti1 1r f T rMS Itti i b f 11 f EBEN HOLDEN I I ofi IRVING DACHELLER coptirtgA tta to Lt thnp ytlunalg t Ckmpany itjt Ie Snugged In between uiy two corn panlons I felt reasonably secure and soon fell asleep Tlio sun streaming In a I had a mighty fear of her theiof our Eb cooking at the flrci He was ly s 1lag beside nie this inonilng lies eyes 1 open L1a Frald Im hard sick lie said us I s 1 kissed him 1 Whats the matter I Inquired IIe struggled toa sitting posture groaning so It went tomy heart i Uheumatlz be answered present awn i IT got to his feet little by little and 1every more he made Rare him great y p lulu With one hand on his cane und the other on my shoulder lie wade hisA- way slowly to the broken gate Even Ii 1iow I can see clearly lye fair prospect x of that high placea valley reaching to windlugtH long wooded ledge breaking Into uak ed grassy slopes on one side of the + valley and on the other n deep forest tl rolling to the fur horizon between i them big patches of yellow grain and 1iwhite buckwheat and green pasture luiul and greener meadows aiid tfie straight road with white bouses Von y either side of It glorious In a double f fringe of goldenrod and purple istei R Hd yellow Joh UK ort and the deer I r blue of the Jacobs udder Looks a goof deal like the promised Ij sand Bald Uncle Eb Haint got a riduchfurther t go t tie on the rotting threshold whit i I pulled ao of thtwe moat o- f0 n Cfl uau uruught rnl1l1ngsout 1 ijf the house nod built n tire While ll we were eating I told Uncle Eb of the iG irian 1 had seen In the night n t + zYOUC5s you was Ureamln he said iud I Istood firm for the reality atdI had seen It held our thought cornrJ wasr ftf BO we lay by In the shelter of the 01111 house eating us little of our scanty 4 r store as we could do with I went to pickedAi rat good mess of blackberries that I l hid away until supper time so us to jl surprise Uncle Eb A longer day than Y that we spent In the old house after 1 our coming I have never made the room n bit tidier andWilier t fd wore grass for bedding Uncle Eb llt felt better as the day grew warm I 1 had a busy time of It that morning bathing his back In the spirits and rubbing until my swell arms ached I icvI86 heard him tell often how vigor ously 1 worked that day and how I cleq1 Fbwont I Uncle Eb t aji my little tit hands flew with redoubled energy on- t i layJcIJ when I made ready the supper thnt lil p f took the last of everything we had to cat Uncle Eb was more IIkq himself f 4 that evening and sjttlug up la the cor v ner as the darkness came told met f v av rlaIt I was very dark ai he finished and I was feeling a bIt sleepy when I heard the ard8crpak above our r heads Uncle Eb raised himself and lay braced upon his elbow listening In a few moments we heard unsound as of some ouo coming softly the f ladder at the other end of the room It was so dark I could sec nothing Whos there Uncle Kb demanded Dont plnt thet gun atine11 honebody whispered This Isuiy and I wani ye t leave It er Ill do ye harm i 1 f w k CHAPTEU V V Y HERE I shall quote you again the diary of Uncle Eb It was BO dark 1 couldnt see a ban before me Dont pInt t t Jo Ter gun at me the man winspereu thought twos funny he could see me couldnt see blmSuld twaaborneI lita nn wed better leave Tol I true sick rumatlz an couldnt Istir Sold hew II sorry un come over i i near us Tol him I wan an ol Ulan tolu ivest with a small boy Slopped In the rain Got sick Out o pun1 Hlorw Bout ready t die Didnt know i what t do Started t strike a match uu the rnau said Dont mike noc a light cos I dont want to hey ye see k myyU u dark ulght uutll folks was ubeil ald We looked Ilki good folks Scalrt lt iiine a little cos we couldnt sea a thing r Also lie said Dont be raid of me Do what 1 can fer ye1 J I 1 remember the man crossed the WIj1 y cwUtle lu whispers Young as I was tkili a ylvld Impression of that nsht I uu i i Vlded by the diary of Uncle Eb 1 IItitveypUdu a record of What Walt nald v that lfJ8 thin main accurate t w Do you know where you ureV lie AII L ij tiuir wl presently w wMapertnj aa ha I lie beCDn It rT rrYy k p ft i d r 0 1r pF r 1 J M t II IiI F t 1 T Jo 1 i t FranciscoFromLos Angeles t Santa Barbara Sacramento and many other points in California Tickets good in tourist sleeping cars Rate for double berth Chicago to San Jrancisco Los Angeles Santa Barbara Sacramento and marl y other points in California 7 Through train service from t Union Passenger Station Chicago via the 1tK Chicago Milwaukee St Paul i AND Union PacificSouthern Pacific Line If you are thinking of such a trip this is your opportunity to make it at least expense Handsome book descriptive of California sent for six cents postage 1 v1- 1r ifI W S HOWELL FA fchULER t o General Eastern Agent Broadway1x45CHICAGO5t ll Lf L C f M 1 1- 1J Complete information will be tent free on receipt of this coupon with blink lines fiHidt S Coupon should be mailed today k i a j == = LInTvi iiuldegvsaid Uncle Kb Well down the hill Id Paradise vat ley In the township b Faraway ho erttntluucdh Its time end o Paradise road nn n puny country neon settled along time hn the farms ore Lug un prosperous kind uv n laud o plenty hint big house nl Urn foot o the hill Is Dave llrowers lies the richest moan In the valley How do you happen t be Hvln hero It ya inner filutUJllwIiUiaH tyilCIU KU asker Crazy said ho Frald o every Lily an evvrybodys frald o me Lived a goof lung time In this way Winters I go Into the big woods not n camp In a big cave an when Im there I see a little daylight Here In the clearln Im only till In the night time Thets how Ive rouie to see so yell In the dark Its girotue cuts eyes Dont ye gut lonesome Uncle Kb askedAwfulsonetlmes he answered with n sail lIlghIID It seems good t talk with somebody besides thyself I get enough to eat generally There nre deer In the woods an cows In the tleld ye know an potatoes un tarn an ber rhea nn apples hisall duet kind o tying Then Ive got my traps In the wools where I ketch patrlilges an nqulrrels an coons an all the uncut I need Ive gut n plate In the thick umber t do my cookln all 1 want t dtIn the middle of the night Sometimes 1 come here an spend n day In the garret It Im caught In a stor orlt I ImppVn to stay a little tmu1atelu the valley Once In a Brent t dlaImeNtl11I1UII somewhere In the open but he always guts away quick ns he can Guess they think Im n ghost dunno what I think o them Our host wcnt on talking ns If ho were glad to tell the eecrcts of his heart to some creature of huh own kind I have often wondered at his frank ness but there was n fatherly tender ness I remember in the voice of Tncle Eb mid I judge It tempted his olin deuce Probably the love of compan ionship can never he so dead In n man Jut that the voice of kindness may call It back to life again Ill bring you n bite t eat before mornln he said presently ns lie rose to go tlt me feel o your ham mis ter Uncle Eli gave him his hand and thanked hlin tFeels good First Ive lied hold of In a long lmc1 he whispered Whats the day o the mouthyvThe MtbV I must remember Whey did you I coupe from Uncle Eb told him briefly the story of our going west Guess youd never do me no harm would ye the man asked Not u bit Uncle Eb unsvrered Then he bade us goodby crossed the croaking flour and went away In the darkness Slnglur character Uncle Eb mut tered I was getting drowsy and that was the last 1 heard In the morning we found a small pall of milk sitting near us u roasted partridge two fried tlsh ami some boiled potatoes It was more thou enough to carry us through the day with a fair allowance for Fred Undo Kb was u bit better hurt Very lumo at that and kept to his lied the greater part of the day The time went slow with me I remember Uncle Kb was not cheerful and told me blltI one story and that had no life In it At dusk he let me go out In the road to play awhile with Fred and thou wagon but came to tho dour and called us In shortly I went to bed ln a rather frame of rjJwit0 1Jo J i ttr1f 1 fC t 1 iName Cr Street Address CityStateProbable Destination n familiar wfiuTper of the stranger Shhh He still dog he whis pered But I was up to my ears In sleep andiwent under shortly HO I have too knowledge of what passed thus t Might Uncle Kb tells In hU diary thus I lIe had n talk with bin lasting nor than nn hour but goes no further and i never Deemed willing to talk much J about that Interview pr others that followed ItI I only know the than hind brought inure milk und drib and fowl for ui We stayed another day In the of louse that went like the last and tb night nun carne again to see Uncle Eb The next iriomlng my comptinlon Wurf able to walk more freely but Fred e5 I had to stop and wait for him rev often going down the big 11111 I was mighty glad when we were leaving the musty old house for good and had the dog hitched with all our traps In th wagon It was n bright morning an the sunlight glimmered on the dew I the broad valley The men were t coining from breakfast when we to ed In at David Hrowers A barefooted little girl u bit older than I with red rheeks and blue eyes and long curly hair that shine like gold In the sun light rune running out to meet us and led me up to the doorstep highly nmmtcd at the sight of Fred and till wagon I regarded her with curiosity nod suspicion at neat while Uncle El was talking with the men I shall never forget thirst moment when David llrower tune and lifted me bythe shoulders high above his held and fchook nf as If to test Iny mettle He then led me Into the house wherRjiIs Wife was rkrjtJ What do you think of this small hull of a boyr hn asked She lied already knelt ou the floor and put her arms about my neck and kissed me luUQ home said heCome all the way trout Vermont with an ol man Tljeymw rn out both uv Vm tluwsavivd nilein awhile Ohytdi motherploasiv mother put In the little girl who was iuldlng iny hand He can sleep with me mother Please let him stay Him knelt beside me and put her coos around my little shoulders and drew me to her breast and spoke to me very tenderly Ileaso lot him stay the girl plead ed again David sold the womanI couldnt turn the little thing away Wont ye fraud me those cookies And s6 our life began In Paradise valley Ten minutes later i was play lug my first genie OrIIIII with little Hope Mrower r among tho fragrant stooks of wjieat In the field Luck of the garden r TO BE CYT1fD8n J IrVllKK TO OUR READKIIS I Itotanltt Itlood Itiiliu for hill IIIoocl If you suffer from ulcers eczema scrofula blood unison canner entinp sores itching skin pmplrtitIDRa bone pntus BwelllngF rheiimatUin uitlrrrli or any blood or ikln disease vve advise you to take Rntanlo Dlood Halm K H It Kijeclnlly rpcom mendtd foruM olHlinalc doopseated earns cures where nil else falls heals every sure nukes the lilmwl pure and rich gives the skin the rluh glow of health Druggists SI per large bottle Sample tent free by writing Blond Ualm Co Atlanta lit Describe trou ble and free medical tllylca lent rln aonceIt Ji k t I i JH Keep your liuvel regular by tile UKt of Mioinbei lulus Htnmach nnd llver Tableti I here is nothing hltl ter For rate by Jackson Drug Co- i tREARING GEESE U Lcn to liraI u UttllhhirGr Pfj the IUlIla Geese generally commcnco hiylug In tho latter hurt of March or tint of it Hi i Lt uijiTMii7ri Ilw itii laying nay bij promoted by feeding un rllIIulultewell a larger number of eggs will be laid write A F Hunter lu Reliable IIIyto locate the nests us the goose will cover the eggs with straw hay or other ma terial to conceal them Then too In 11colll weather there Is danger of then eggs becoming cliillttl heuco they should be gathered raid put uwny In a overrna lire under hens or the mother goose When Met under a common hen live eggs are probably all she can well cov I lrn good steed Rose win cover twelve eggs all right It takes thirty days to hatch Railings and no eggs tthould bo set earlier than about a mouth before grass usually begins to sprout in your gramIliters Sprinkle this eggs twice a week after tho fifteenth day and two days before the eggs tire duo to hutch Wheu tint goslings begin to mitch take them from the nest wrap each oue In u piece of old thinncl or woolen cloth and put IU aiWiirm place by the kitch en stove It lift lu the nest there is danger that the uioUjir will trauiph1 themWhen they are about twenty four hours old or when the hatch H donut put them and the mother In a sheltcTed coop with abwnl tlopr undghe them a tllllot stale but nut moldy bead crumbs tluiture moistened wltli swiyt mill or water lf you havent tits tllk Fresh clean drinking water should be by them also Keep the brood con fiuctl In a small yard with plenty of young tender grusiifor a few days or a week und feed tour times nday on breadcrumb moistened with milk or water mixed with cornmeal and wheat middlings fine grit or crushctl oyster shells should be uccetislblo always Iveep the young goslings out of the water or from being exposed to a hard rain un Ill they have grown u full coat of teeth ers They should have the shelter of a dry warts coop at night and should uot be allowed to rub lu the tall wet grass early In the mowing After they are well feathered they need little food or care New Cure for Cnnccr All surface cancers are now known to be curable by IlucklenV Arnica Salve tat Walters of DulllelJ Va write I had a cancer on my Up for years ihat 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