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Digital page images are linked to the text file. o r- y 2 J I IEATHITT SOUNTy NEWS i I 1jl 11 tntNS Ialitorand Publisher = ANKWSIAlKuIPUVOTKI TO TIlK INTEKK8T8 OK L 0JTuorc ONK DOLLAR JKK YEAR IN ADVANOK t w r11 Ivinane IV Jackson Kentucky Friday May iT1905 u be29 YII J JN = t 1 hosecure tho host resultsr d for advertise 5 your money I fA- 1if in tho = i It tftreathitt County 9lewJ tf Uho host medium hruhrch J 3 f to roach allth mountaint trade ssv jtjivic tho Circulation 0Ji any paper in Sftroathiti J m 11 DESI JiOlln Uflit FItELHUSTOaad FROM r IJEiO I APONGTON HOTELS S TAULBEE PROP JACKSON KY iOQD1it1Ett1 S1iu1I ES FlKSrCLASS 6AU1tF- t4t1511GTI0S ROOMS SALE Ptuo bred Oohhm Brun7- nIllrkysVhitc PlIdn IuckR Cornish Iruliun Guno nnd- Singld Comb Brown Ltuhom Chickens i Eggs for IIntching ordersSauteed to ho strictly rfesh S rlWJro n woIIAntatetJIUrO M 1 J ouR pr ICES PRA RIGhT M M Jla Ins BUY THE i I nTIlliG Before You Purchase Any Other Write THE NEW MIME IIWIN8 MACHINE CSMf ANY ORA OC MASIB Many Sewing Machines art pudttotellrward tadstoWt make Sewing Machine to lull all conditions clttiKtridt The xw Iluniu Unditttht bead olan M II linrnitc family sewing machines told Itf Miilliurlxrtl drnlrri wily row a ALC ur Cowi Gcneral Agenta i El fltrlo Bdc CLKVImANn 0 yM4My Breathi Shortness of Breath Is One of the Com monest Signs of Heart Disease i i Notwlthitandltiff what many phyilo lane gay heart disease can Us cured Dr Miles New Heart Cure lore permanently restored lot health many thousand who had found no relief In the medicines allopathic or homoeo ipanic of regular practicing physicians U has provedltaelt unique In the his tory of medicine by being no uniformly i ucccrsful In curing thoae dlseatws- t Nearly always one of tho first lens of trouble Is uliortnvis of breath Wlielh er it comer as a result of wilklnir or runnllllIofYal or of otlicr cxerclse1 ttheaheert Is unable to moot tliliitra r poweritherelafher bent ding you ran do lalo f 11willtle luiil snake a permanent cure by Btrength f4ntr and renewing the nerves heartfof years 1 suffered from nhorlne of 1 Inmylillieandnot 43 didwithat once and alter taking several bottles Billeanddreadfulaore n thing of l- 0Ifdruggist will refund your money write to us for Free Trial AntiPainfor Pain Also symptom Blank Our Idlffiui r y s t Y W ve lttnltIMOLLCk neARINGI by buying thi- srelidblehalest high grade sewing machine STilONOKSr GUARANTEE National Sewing Machine Co nriVlDEHE ILLINOIS w EXPERIENCE BO YEARS I k TRADIMRKI floorf atelebnIlIrJII mu four ul nbo as- Went1nn 1 probblr MlrelaDL tbrnmunlc ilrlcllrcnnOilrKllal lluidbookun Itltnurelit errs n fur rI 1 ateuta labn tlrncbhre Iu to Wlnalnoda without lat Scientific Jliitoricaiti A hmdtomelr llloitnUM wtklr Uratit rt- ecltlunufanyNenttdeurnaI lt1rn 11 I MNruCQDdlaroodarHewYort- star au I Om t P lit wahtrrtou 11 Cortr An Indisputable is SAFE INVESTMENT The material progress which our country is now and has been making for the pfsl decade of years naturally brings to the surface numerous schemes to It of the character that IIbenefitthe expense of innocsnt investors- In this age of genuine prosperity with every legitimate business boom ting wages high work in abundance JJJearning best prices there is little or no excuse for one not to join the army moneymakers The first and safest investment to make is to become a reader of the CINCINNATI ENQUIRER the greatest of md most reliable newspaper in the United States With the facts truth ind information gleaned from its col iinns one may become well qualified o reach out and secure his share of profi that always accrues from inyestw nems intelligently made i The WEEKLY ENQUIRER costs but me dollar for one years term The SUNDAY ENQUIRER costs you two dol arsforayear The DAILY ENQUIRER 7 issues a week you get for fourteen Jollars a year- tlithout the aid ItIInewspaper success iiecomes problematical For ten cents you can secure a sample copy of each DAILY SUNDAY and WEEKLY ENri f l- QUIRER Address A I i J zhquirr CeFtrCistcisksati Osmt 14rA t = L f0 AJJrEI1lISEHS fVo will accept udvertisotnunls on a guaranty that our paper hr- utore than twice the circulation i Breathitt County of any pupee 0Pr ery post oflice in rrry Count and almost every one inLeeldV gotHn OwsWolfe and Kitu Counties I1- i 1 If you want to reach tllnminj tain trade try nn ad in the BKKATH irr COUNTY N RW8J CONDENSED STORIES Why th Tramp Got No Old Pants at the Chlnet Ltgation All the members of the oriental flhuCJlncadopted conventional male attire j says the Washington Post ThajChi nesu minister and iris suit still cliug to their draperies and wear upturned shoes und four cornered tats A tramp who rang the bell at the Ohinese legation not long agodi- t the gentleman of the house had n pair ofoM shoes to giveaway DONT WEAR KM lUlU IoIntXr Mike the Irish butler and tutelary opcntslheNo shoe he said fthatjvrpvld be of unv use to you ThisHs 3Vjlrt ChitwsciluUon man II lie addedr thinking that would be sufficient ex planation for any seeker after cast off clothing But it signified nothing of to the tramp who had never legationilovbc HH an old pursuingIusMichuelrea1ize4 the futility of by explanation Dont wear em he said briefly closed the door x Wliy Sillier Front ItliciinmtUin Why nffer from rheiiiiiitl m when one niplicallono ChnmberlHinH 1nln Balm will relieve the pninT The quick which this liniment shunts mat rest and sleep possible and that alone worth many times Its cost tvho hnvo iue l It hoping only fur a hors relief from unffering have been happily surprised to find Hint niter awhile the relief became permanent Mm V y 1011011 of Yum Yum Tenn writes 1 nnin grant ebRerers from iheuniRtlsin all over fool and Chamberlnins Inin Hahno theanlp thing that n Ill For sale by Jackson frog Cu tChillexcessive use of aperients aci cording to Dr Joseph hold in nil in the Nineteenth Century uppendiclttsAs guarded against and the guarding against them will also conduce to getCral health slid happiness there gpems to be no reason why intel1lII Gishingmodern diseases1N The Horses That Come High Lus war in this cOllntrvf PIhotecseach on the turf This reminds us thtf Qld story of tile young nine ho was scolded for wasting his repliedIt j that were responsible for my down Inlllloston Herald Cures Eecnm Itoblni Humors Especially tar old chronic cases take HoUnlo Blood Hahn H gives a heal blood supply to the affected PUll nil the tares eruptions aonbB stops the awful Itching and burning of eczema iwolllng sup pural g waterreoreiVBto Druggists iimple ires and pre Itllty writing Iand9ilhR CoAllentn Describe b nnd frH1atdk advIce sent sealed letter 1S- tt j lr RECEIVING A BURGLAR Wild ta Do When Mr Thief Gets Into HoucL pon13 Heights where therehllre been sev cral small burglaries lately it is no detachedYpatrolmen have long heats to know ttone or two simple rules about pro tee ting themselves from burglars Ib ia sheer foolishness and ennioliiTtna ligllthefr t pistol in hand The burglar will rind you a good deal quicker the awokeIt your roam If the burglar i81lBwJuJrc in the tlniVS1 and u nbn as much noise a3 you can The burglar will know that you are ualke andet out of the house a q 1cklus he con Burglars ar easily frightened oil They don want a scrip if they can help it InI the majority of instances tHy willi get out of the place as fast as the can without taking their plunder with them HI the burglar is prowling in your room and awakens you do no jtiinp out of beet Lie perfectlyalit and try to get in your mind some of cluructeristicsGet do from some articled furniture in the roomil for instance his head conies so far above the bureau lie will give you ample opportunity for this between the flushes of his dark lantern Such information is usual assignedtOWhen your burglar goes depsrtsthroughWatch which way he unit follow him in ItS quicktilll as you can- dress On the road you may find a neighbor out late to go with you or it is possible you might meet the policeman on beat The rest is Baal- 1INh nr13r4Z Iryuann- a burglar in the house p quiet ifI he is m room and make as much noise as you can if he is not in the room Above all things do not light thegas and your bcil door with lima Intent of attacking him You are at his mercy thenXCV York Press A CJiiotl SiirestUni fr C II WnlnwriRht of Lennon City hoi written tho mnnufiiclurerfi much better results are obtained frilix the use of Cliamberlain Colic Cholera and Diarrhea llemedy lucusen pena in the stomnch colic and cholera miirbu by taking It in water hut as can be drunlc That when ta ken In this way the tlTeet Ts double In rapltlllYIIL seems to get at the right spot initantly he says For sale Jitckgnn OriiR Co His Qrtattst Work I suppose you situ the Venus of Jlilo said tho eager art student to the young manw1w hall jiist r made a rapid European continent Jle nodded after a slight hesIta- tion I did he said cautiously and oJonly my ideatany people agree with you IIpprovmglyln9er Well now Pni 1l1 to hear you ay that slijtl iliAniirnnl traveler Knowing Ilin not rea1lup in art f course I feel some hesitation in giving my opinion Butdo you know candidly it didnt seem to me there k was another thing of mos ilial touched the Venus or came any near it 1 When ttVr you feel Impending III And spat a magic ltlll pill No other ono will till the hill hike Dttittd lirtle Kirly itieern The FiuniHH Llllle IlIU KAULY 1IS Ells cure Coiutljiatlon Sick lI j olc They never gripe c but Import enrly rising energy for either nhildren oradull J 1 Jones Chelf HurKess Mileilmrg Obiitongh IM safer 101 ever n ieU jillli In my family during the forty MichISas arly Hlserf Sold by MS Grain The Brahmans Clock The Brahmans clocks divide the into sixty hours of ttvcnttourn- linufes each called ghurecs ncIcording to the Indianapolis ionallr a twentyfour minute loccatglass is used but more com a copper howl with a hole in the bottom of it bowl being placed on the surface the water and gradually tilled It orrectlyI duraIe hourflft1itiiyOrnight a w- J lieL- TM Y Strictly CfCnulnc l i t if the piitiiit ineiltrinv lenlinio nlrU nrr probably ceuuliiu Tlie lol lowing niitice fiuciitlo cppenred In lh orlfcluum Kan Globe Joe Tack a well known engineer tanning ornhe IIfllllrl 1ttciHo between Wfchitn and lvliivn lulIIIJlIMrtil in a big one with n picture and when he was In thl i tits trlap ten irked him about i lit dnyu he hind terrific pnlns in his itiinici and thought lie halt cancer anlied eii io others wlui were nl o cured Kixlul Ojgpepiia Curl digest what 1111oat slid sores all atiiinarli trouble JJII I Hi rinely as the nn shinen jour ituiiiili Unit be brought buck to Its 1url illlIy pure condjilun and lift u eteifil liy this Inittng mid truly Ihe KieitieM tlluriiiuiit known Sold by M g Cr ln I What Will B tha Result A train is at the onspoinpngtthe train This cannon fires a ball at the rate of sixty miles an hoary If the train is going at a specified speed aud the hall is fired in the opposite direction what will of iii the speed of the train and compensateIif dropped from a solidstationary platform or what become of it a Outiid and Inidt The ingenuity of people who think quitetriumphsof health A very stout German workman went toa physician and complained of being very unwell But said the doctor if you are nnVOh dot said the German ft Yes I am fat on de outside but on de eenside aeh I am so poorIllaur l1nrensul1allhlIttJI is often as greet as womans Hut Tlu S Austin Mxr tit the Crpubllcnn tl Ienvei orlh Inil wee not unrea ITI1UItrltu nrnhr wrn doctors to operate on hie wire for tit mate trouble Innleatl he ayie4iinclndid lo II y Electric Ititler Sly wife vat Ihen so iikfhe cupid luitdly leave her bednnd live fr1 physicians failed to relieve her After Inking Klecirlc hitters she was perf cily cnred and can now perform all her household dtilie 1 tie rail terti by Jnckson Drug Ci price 00 DUnurernlilr Bronumr lltislmnd You art not economical Wife Well It you dont roll A woman economical who saves her vrethllux dress Tor n possible second marriage Id like to know what you think econ only Is llkeSan Franelsco null tin HU Lute at llmonlnir What reason does be give for not paying hU wife alimony2 lie says that marriage Ilnlottery lad hence alimony Is agawbltng debt Collern Weekly 1inw to Ward OirOhl Bis Tffe imiiit saeeretfulwhyt 1 your tT time iiipro eli otfdn1 in mnintuin a vlnnrDiis iiigraiiun This can by rat lug only food suited to your age and occupation and when any disorder of the stomach apptior tale a dot of- Chanlberlnin9tontncJinud Liver 1J t to correct 1 If eau hll i aveak stomach or ere lroubljivvji ndigeS jjiyson Drug Cu A LITTLE NONSENSE Whi Jennie Joined In the Clapping at r the Concert fJihiniep mother was most anxious that one of her children should de vela i musical talent IIndso she tried lime ellect of afternoon concerts on Edna George and Clara in turn but they were all frankly bored by rfJennieexpectations seemed about to bete alized paidorall through the early part of the programme and as each number came to an end sheclapped her little hands with all the fooorofnn en core fiend Jennies mother beamed with pride at her small daughters evi dences of buddingiuustcul genius Then site lUll a fuJlrrhe was in the middle ofIt symphony and Jennie began to get restless Oh mother she whispered its i such a long time between the clap ping I Then it dawned on Jennies mothI er that her small daughter thought n1JjThan Tried and Merit Proven One Minute Cough Cure la right on time when It cones to curing Couglu Croup AVhoopIng Cough etc It li per leclly Lurmledspleaasnt to take and lithe children favorite Oougsprup Sold by M8 CralnlYt yadt ii IiJt I BARGAINS i 1 tI You Cant Afford to MASS THE BreathiNewsHas the Best Equipped Office and the Largest Circulation of any paper in the mountains We are therefore able toJ make you the following offers t FOR IOO We will send you the Breathltt County News stud either of the following for year tweeklygHume Fdini tivfce aiinbnth Time Sun lf outlu FOR 8125 Tilt hrenthltt County New and either of the following fur one year The Weekly CourierJournal Tilt Lexington Leader weekly Atlanta Constitution weekly FOR Jj la5 The Hreathltt Cuuny News and either of the following for one your The CinrinuattEnquirer weekly Tile Miimoner e Bryans piper iMcCnllii Mnynzine News = UPTONOW JOB PRINTING f Wo huve added new type to our Job Department wtnow prepared to do printingof every description A neat job to a fair price always guaranteed Try us if you want to be KILLTH COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings liiwDiscovlrCONSUMPTION Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK OliiuuberluInH Cough Remedy tho Very Heat hI have been nslnc Chamberlain Cough Hrindy mill want to 17 It Is the belt cough medicinal here ever taken enya Oeo L Chubbo merchant or liar bin Mloh There Is no question about Its beliiK Ihl Lest im It will euro a couth or cold lu less time then any other treatment It should always be kept III the house ready fur Instant ue fur n cold urn be eared In much Iris tlmewhen promptly treated For sale by Jackson Drug Co i Feared the Wont Friday Vlzer itffamlllar negro about town Ina ei rtaIiiVart of Mississippi hind l ocn found dead and being n uiemlirr of no church or lodge very unusual for a iujro there was no one to pray for his soul In the great beyond A few old Intimates however curried the body to the cemetery In n rude plea fytnn mid Holt Mcllaven one of the umber an befo de with dusky was cnltt1 upon for a few remarks removed bis hat and stepped rever aunt sadly toward the open grave aud In solemn funereal tones said Friday Vlzer you Is gone We hopes you Is gone whar we apecU you alutl Llpplncotta Magazine True Greatness True greatness first of allla a thing of the heart It Is all alive with robust and genirous sympathies It Is neither behind Itn j go nor too tar bore It itIIs up with Its rage and ahead of It just so as to be able to lend Its march It cannot slumber for activity Is a necessity of Its existence It IH no flrolr lint n fountain Koswell D Roth Strong For a momeut he related I held breath My she Interrupted admiringly how strong you must bet He edged away blushed and felt lu his vest pocket for a clove Cleveland Leader Sun Lost Mother Consumption ruin In our family nnd through It I lest my mother write K H Reidul Harmony Mo For the past five years however on the tllxhteit sign of a Cough or Odd have taken Dr Kinga New Discovery for Consumption which has saved me from turluui lung trouble Ilia moth woe a tad lose for Mr Held but he learned that lung trouble tuner not be nnd how to cure It Quick relief amid cure for coughs avid cold Price GO and 1100 guaranteed at Jackson Drug Co Trial bottle free t PAINT MISTAKES Are easily made rite to avoid is to ask for Green pureFor I T FOR 175 The Breathllt County and 7 n5either of the fullovving for one year V6manU Home Companion Jr Ladies HumaTJounial r oThin Delineator V or any dollar magazine or doilirtveek Iy published In the United States 1 FOR 2OO The Breathitt County News and The Kentucky Farmer and Breeder for one year FOR 9225 trsThe Breathitt County News andEreither of the following for one year r The Dally Louisville Herald The Dally Claeir= 4 faces of PleasuRlr old far my = = I Time iMlKsouri Pacific Railway CoSt Louis Iron Mountain Southern Ity Co Spec in Holmseekers Excursion I Special round trip Homespeker r RXcur lolI tlcketll will h on I IBili it in ixcepumT iwfatfriuaupoints In Oklahoma and Indian TofiJ toriei nice certain pohiliiii frArkansas Texas Kansas Colorado revti- mid New Mexico Regular Hometeek ers Excursion tickets will be on sale every first and third Tuesday of each mnnth during the year to shove terri tory very low rate prevailing Tick eta will bear final return limit of tell t tyone day from date of sale liberal = stopover Special one way Colonist pxcur slnuS + To California and the Northwest j very low rates on sale daily tip to iii uliidtng May 1fIIralsu from StlltIloth to Out 31st ThroiiKh d Sleeper from t t Louis Daily also very low rules in effect to Denver 1 Coli Portland Oregon IMS Angele 3 and Semi Francisco California Oil AlayJunlJuly u f tint particular addre s A A Gal hgher D I A 41D Vnliiut itUlb 5 inn House BldK Cincinnati O 1Af Iur Own Irilnun t etrr a t r crlbrr hilt Sir1 a reardpMECALtS MAGAZINE A LADIES MAGAZINE Istofaework b wctnld bin tuOyre orb- ierlL tuCu rr ad4 n hint rosy mAd 1 Aa41 Werd SId lit ieiu L- IUh Reliable t dateIEeurumleal and Ahiluiclf ltr clKUllui Iajjvr l + uluatM CALL pA1TERN5 tar l U Stint WtMt s 4 rtrftritkuu ikaw i tile Biill a Hd StotoJ heel tit Mr l aM it crmtuh nonl hickfl Alk r 01 them SoJJ in urlr t u dry fcud ua of by mall hay D THE McCALL CO IIJll3li west llltSt HtW YORK I J r 1E tri n 1Js wtly bf STEVENS RIFLES yyoarat4lpratLa me J f lall ITS w STrVrNSleqo- dYAloalJw GUAkANTIrD tOIl A- LIlyada a Udo1 ana JftIOIIeI i Rifles from Our 300 to w 50 j1 Pistols rm ajj to 4 s0 Shetiuns from to 3S AstdcIuu11at1tt Dart FAIL b Mat sIl- cuaud larwudcwlor tile ad Ifye cia book tc nit ie 10 K1 10 M all ncyJipcpId I mmurrilRMAatkkaeXiFLRPUZZL6t nil teeaenlty mbe IJT V NAWSCCO 1 =at f r z a Zh Jrort1hr11 9orys + fJ ISII IIAAINS Gdltor r p 1 rl1ay Nay eei100- PIIOFESSIONAL CAlmS J WISE JIAGINSt t ATTORNEYAOflleeoverroetOlics lJAcuwN KIiNTe71T All bueinese ill trusted tu him revwiletecelve prompt and careful at tytentlon ==f iimnnnfimimnnnnmimmnnniiing L rE L C LAWYER ROARK I = JACKSON KENTUOKY 3- iliL l tWill practice In Breathltt and i CnunteaT a itltn i 1 Q W FLRENOR A U TATTON i x I FLKKXOlt t PATTOX I I il JAOKSOJt LAWYERS KENTUO- KYANNOUNCEMENTS I I f 4 FOU ASSESSOR We are authorized lu announcer JOIN L STRONG I t as a cnudfdsteJjjrAssessor of Ure T county itiliject to lha of the Ite + publtoan party 0716 a at l FOR HJEnIFF y Co Sheridtof vember eUotionH- RKCK7 ORAWFURP fl Ooie Hraiiclft Kl t FOR JAILER 49 We are authorfzed o announce j LE1VI3 OHO33 of Elkatniva asa candidate fur till I nreulldltcnuntyaul1st II party Theyll Nora rte Missed re V A faw citizens never loSe an op 1 tliua t V OlIg of some kind Did you eye1 p j notice that these people are ncla s ffHhnt would not be much missed in Lh txlclass who have Jljipthipg vhntever to keep thel ii el here toWJLJl Jiecause IweYlpnn t0 class who noVeillt r A anything for the town in hc they live nor any one in it excep t themselves They never put tltel- x shoulders to the wheel nnd help o xV vtb raise it out of the mire into sc v fwhich it might have sunken They 1 f p never do anything but howl and V find fault with what others nre do if itr1 it I ing You Will find them in evert a townIYOURaSELF t Does the house treed painting iiiul have you made up your mind t to use theuJt as good variety in order to save a dollar or two 7 Now before you take the Finn I h r r 1 step just pause and consider tll- t s r I if goodjudgmentt Green Seal Liquid Inint Its r tialways the result of careful after Crainfi Dont Kill tile Birds n Thereare boys BQ thoughtlessly 4- or cruel or cruelly thoughtless as to go about with guns trying to kill the birds that have just come krback as the harbingers of tho corn ing spring Not only that it is tin to kill irobius bluebirds arks woodpeckers thrushes orioles cedftrbirda blue jays and runny other familiar feathered Qngsters hut it is cruel and barbarous in the exlromo Nol kiudhearted rightmihded person wouldwant to slaughter tho song 3 birds rThe law seek to protect lift song birds and every gent citizen should seek to aid in chocking the brutal warfare that so andumea wage in lIIan7boys kop laws passed to these little creatures that 4are most useful to man as well asI giving attraction to lawn field audI fr R by their presence A GALLON OF GREEN SEAL PAINTtheavy bodied ipaint and when thinned up accoroI packageismade For sale by Sf S OminI j LAIN nSDOMIfont experiment with common m x paint It costs as much as Green r usingnndr n great deal more after For sale by SI r i 5 Grain JOI Sale r sawmillwith cornmill r ttr inchesIr i Will be in operation for thirty days near Oakdale Ivy and musty dj lO J oldwithin that tithericej iOIW ti 1 r r JJIJ r w li p r 1 t c J t I w iw 9t GOnHlS1ON ENOE 11OUJ5SKAU Golden Howard has moved to the farm ho bought of Squir Green Hensley Andrew McIntosh has moved to the Flat Branch1 near tho moue of Smith branch Daniel Mcintosh Pleas Dais and others held a revival at Lain brie last unday Daniel SIcIntosh and others will decorate four graveyards on Stay 30 beginning at R SI SIcQuinns G P Back and lanielSlcIn tosh both of precinct No 12tan candidates for Justice of till Pence The time has como when most alt the people stly tlftJIre in fa vor of electing good men to got ern the affairs of Breathitt county G1OOKKTTSV1LT K Granville Miller is very sick at George Turners The mineral surveyors have moved their headiiuartors to Rob ert Deafons Sirs Sarah Salvjer4i5nott ex petted 4olivc Sh IS sufferln ux7k P with lu P ItArt11TtL9 G4lnlpletin If IIu1111will plant the lot iiKcArabian quashes + Wesley Stniffijrw1ii has been suffering with sfomach trouble for the past two munthsis Il littler m proved is Orval Johnson fired a pistol his sister Evalea few days agalI The bullet took effect in the inilicting a serious but not fatal wound Whisky is said to be the CaltSe DOOXKVILLK theC SIcIvee circuit court r The material for repairing the jail has been bought until shipped arid the work on some will soot commence muletliveItd1 n IYomu Sir Russ of Butler county nmln relative of T c Fuller cashier of the Owsley Do posit Bank has been employed a assistant cashier of the bank and is now at his post of duty Just as the hands finished ting the large brick kiln of Hogg Combs in Booneille Sunday morning and had closed the eyes the shed and building collapsed Iaod caught fire anti was destroyed lrhe first boat loadof finished from the stave factory ret nef upper Buffalo Creek passed down Saturday about 50000 really t go into the harried o cashahey were beauties j Your correspondentLlias successful in procuring pension- far both Thomas McGuire and his wife Slargaret recently Thomas nt 8 per month arid his wife at 12 tier month front the govern ment Sonic may think this Jin impossibility but for furtherin formation or explanation callon or address yalley Britches Boone yule Ky John SI Campbell a quiet and gentlemanly fellowtownsman and merchant has recently changed his station in life and took unto himself 1hbetter hajf which is the bettercst half of the two HeI was quietly married in the pray ence of a fewjiccl friends by Bro S Rainey of the SI Eochurchnt the home of the brides fthelI Sir L C Rose on last Sunday evening John das lucky we think in gaining tliQlmnd of one of the most handsojna and accomplished young ladies m Owsley county Her father is the wealthiest man the county nll1n large landowner of Clark county They left lit once for the cities to spend their honeymoon and while away he will purchase a stock of spring summer goods for his store in Booneville Slay their joys be as deep as the ocean and sorrows as light as its foam is the wishof their friends TALLER BUITCHES HAYS CRCBK JaspeVX Begley and family visited relatives at Confluence Saturday fS Lee Qtay of Buckhorn and JToimpuiil of Cherries were visit6 J J 5 I r i 10 4- ors herei Sihulny Sirs Alabama McIntosh of Buckhorn visited friends find rel tires hero last week eThe three Misses Morris Ht tcnded church at Bowling Sunday accompanied by their beaux limts Clay county was hero lust week and purchased cow of John SI Begley for 35 t George Burger left lust work for Oklahoma ty seek u locution He will do as most every onewho leaves Kentucky come back Lewis C Johnsonwhohas been gone to Leslie county for about n eal has returned end went to farming He yas married during his absence f Tli niosE rhiasimt JniJnt of thePStw eV n Il Bowling s Scrral c of ihr young folksvero present und report n pleasant timerWe could bo mistaken but think we are safe in saying that cupids arrows tlc found their way into the hearts of some of tho young p00110Infliis neck o the woods anti that the matrimonial wnve will oonipitssor0r MriFetf Clothes howdy 0 Dont you know me t tile yes you do Put on your thinker for n moment andsce if you cant remember a great big long school boy whom you once teached in the little old school house on Buffalb Creek several years ago Would like to see and be with you alain DK KINO j 12VEHSOIR AC Rose was visiting his best girliSuhday Sherman Napier has returned home from Heron and is attending the Normal at Booneville There will be Sunday school at this place Sunday evening at 2 oclock Everybody cordially in rifest jtMiss Sadie Led ford of Meadow Creek entertained quite a crowd of young folks at her home Satur nirfJt Sherman Rowland of White Oak passed here last week with about sixty head of cattle he pur chased in Breathitt and Perry counties He also left trifles a bunch of cattlo to put on the tear Stet at Richmond TUOUBLKSOMK William Stacy nnd son have 120 acres planted in corn Sam Terry formerly of Rob bins is planting n hop at this place Miss Sallie Holliday of Stacy was the guest of Miss Rancy Hol liday the past week 1Jn6w1ing of JCnott coun t was hero on buVmeJ j the first of the week the pflBv Lii IIoTuhayL9jwril tlhiss Mina Holliday is still o the sick list and Miss Carrie Idol liday who has been sick for tli past weekt has recovered Uncle Bill Dobs6n and Elizabeth Dobs6nr of Kuott county and TnlbeftAllenind wife Of Noble enjoyed quite n nice dinner Sunday with number of neighbors here John Smith has taken some of the boys for confederating Sir Smith is a justice orthisulncQ and sa law abiding citien I le pen the boys if he can Tiria are set for Thursdayr TORUKNT James B accidentally cut his foot with an ax while peeling tan jMrlfSalurduy Sirs Mart Davis was calling on Sirs J B Caspn at Ridjrewijod Junction Saturday Sliss Lula Bush who has been visiting her sister Sirs Edynrd Slyers nt Ridgewood Junction has returned to Clay City Miss Sladge Powell of the L E boarding cars gave a play party at Ridgewood Junction Smuts urday night Sirs William Ireal way of Walkers creek wastleguest ofI Sirs J B Cason at Ridgowood unction Thursday Sirs Alex Bush was called to the bedside of her sister Sirs Wayne Bryant at Glencairn Saturday Mrs Bryant is quite ill W 0 Sears ieftfpr7Q lumbus Ohio on a bUfiipHIItrlpWedn stay His wifemftccotnpftnied him i 1 to J 1 tO t- h 7 DIAMOND RINGSPLAIN HEINTZJEWELER- UII PIKKNIX imxI iTO KY CHOICE WEDDING PRESENTS IN OUR LINE OF CUT GLASS AND SILVER VISIT THE SINGER STORE T v XM Before Buying Sewing Machines by Mail S Prices are Good tiTermsM Machines the Best caI You are assured of proper 1dtio pplies and Access Get a Singer r guaranteev Southeast Comer Main and Broadway Jackson Ky wilLPf l Sirs A1 Adams SIrslWH lintu Wcllsand Mrs George1huch e of Zuohuriah were calling on Sirs WA JoiieVnnd Sirs 1 B Cason of Ridgewood Junction Slonday Sirs Roscoe Shackalid of Cannel City who has been visit i ig her sister Sirs Dr Lawrence Knox nt Zachariah for the past week loft for Rosslyn Monday Cel to visit mother sister Sirs Lydia Daniel She was nc companied by her sister Mrs Dr Knox The now L E depot is Ijnish cd andwill bo opened fpr occu pancy this week It is quits handsome and wheif the company cpni pleteJ their grading around she pbtirnnd +gct their flower beds nearnfuture Torrent will have time EcRailroad William Bush oflvexington uuc111i55atitttli AtunS11ifprtt tv nin leny ar old chug item uf A1 Julams were innrrie at th brides Tmmoinear Zacliarinh Thursday lmgrnoon Rev Peter R Legs ofUcTnuntf Immediately after the ceremony sixty quests partook of mi excolienl dinner Mr Bush is n Blue Grass fanner well known and liked hercLimd atr LexirrgtOn IHs bride isollPocJ the fairest girls of this COmIl1UI1I1I JBushshlrnell1issi the wedding 5 Potato Bug Killer polafobutsawaiting the arrival of time vines A quick way to kill potato bnrs is to take two blocks of woooauout throe inched long amid an incli thick Place the potato bug between diem and thou come down on Lim Bard paidldielit New Voi k which udcrlls 1a Lightning n otnto Kilier Jar sale at timeIritliouloitsly laww rice of three nickels11e ejy Japdwithput THE GREEN SEAL PAINT UJlo bettor tittl1er defroruM Si Grain 1IJI J Ks cwl AaI1iasr A Mol Q appointed ndminis trader oT the estate of G P Mc Intosh deceased All persons hav ingclaims ngkinst said estate will present them to me properly proven All said estate will please coiner forward and settle nt once f J SI RISSKU AiTmr V v Rousseau Ky ilhllIltIIIO d IOIU crlttl iinnnah Iloit of lAmIIc Rock Ark For Iho relief I gist from llucU leii Arnica Salve It cured my fearful rnniihiK nun ulilch luillilng flia would lit nl nod from which I hlll uf IvrM fur fi genre II It in a murvrlouc IltcIlIllor1fl cute liiirni mid iviuinU Oimrairteydnt Jnekton Drtitf Jo j 2V After sweeping the carpet rub it over with n cloth wrung out in possihludolit isi dry Tho quantity of vinegar iRitocIlIflll to a pail of warm treatment often liaj ft wonderfully good infect in reviving the fadeil color of an old carpet A DlnaMtroiiH Culainlty It it a dloilron calamity when you ripen your liBdlili became Indlgentlon IIwnyiioNew lit t piper They liulld up yiur ditnhe or yins and curt hcadmhe dlziinesj colic con tlit tion etc Otiaranteedut JllclL1n Dnirf OojSC J n r Wat hes1 OLOCKS Silverware Silver Yurwlltie- sula all klulof Jlrat class Jcwolrf call on S hLEENORL- JE f LEI AND OPTICIAN JAOKIIOi KY M r tY F 4x- t DAY BROS COMPANY Wholesale and v Retail I + have the most complete stock of r r GENERAL r i 1 r t MERCHANDISE I rt J Ever brow htto Jacks nOn sting ofyt 1A r Eirgji QId4 k t NrrOJt4i t Sf7 AS P 1 a f r tIottiiuq 1 r t sC t Hits c c fl IJPc itWo have the finest Ji I Mlle of shoes inElIstj f i ern Kentucky Our t 1 t jtiII For the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy 1 THE LATEST DESIGNS IN f MILLINERYThis man L agement of Miss Margaret Basks who can show you The Latest Style Hatsf direct from New York City HsoMFASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS In all FreshfromIf you need any House Furnishings or I FURNITURE I We are the people J 4 R you lltellooking 9 we have it by car loads to suffcO Ifr every bodyi usComeXnillHHimilllllllllHIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIimiHHIIIIIIIIIIIii III II Prices ire All Ri1IlhIlIlHtlllj I DAY BROSrq v tJ- Is r COMPANY j a c Jacksont Kentuckyr i tij haw RS i t G 1h ITheBreathitt News bllgbeil 1Every Irlduy rn iLrr u I Localand Personal i L f Slop with Hart IJros nt llcc1 hotel when in Lexington seajt YyyJinni Clcmons of Smith Brunch 1rcaed caller III our office Saturday t MiagiAnn Copo of Tara bco hast bjjen visiting hero during thepast- t vecl mltalfst reel Miss Dodo ArniRtronir of Hob visited Miss Rosa Tiirner Ihin t Judson went to Blurt euitnly Monday to see his sis terwl is very sic1e 1 Vijhithe advent of warmer days Oll Jaelcson Drug Co and IcalI l h r Soda rater t JohnlElllott IfoHartlantl his 1SOli lrleKf of Qulelsand were r caller ijGouroftlco Saturday AClI Whitakcr has moved his barber shop into the office former ly occupied by Bach Patrick i THo piipiU Of Prof Lukins very mlich ret that he is soon to leave foiylils home In Lebanon 0 Parish Back has taken the con tracjof lnishing the residence for MainTThe twin last week made it small i tide in the river and also in the hrollJhttt IihmoJn1tt c Winchester was here Saturday and Sunday John E Miller postmfjster ut Clay Hole was here onjfnisiness 4IlstSatunlll N tflNothing but the best Lxmgtoj ticctDrug CoinpHiiy r 1 i KP Landrnm Deputy County J lerk was visiting his mother Mrs Maletha Landrum at Hob bins last Sunday f + 1 M Hose of Davenport O T is visiting friends here und in Wolfe county Ho Is well pleased with his new home j nrar A TNiillxo left Monday morning for Oklahoma to join his family who have been there forth past two months Clarence Haddens new resi dence on the Heights is nearing Completion under the management of contractor T 11 Davidson Thomas L Scwell returned last week from a two weeks trip up in the mountains on business connected j with his roal estate fluency Croakers scoffers and fault llnders never built up a town and- never will Ever town has them butanylown would be better off without them hgrneWJII Miller of Haz ard Jackson Friday enrouto home from Lagrange where ho had spent a week visiting his old homer I Uobert of Avawam ande son of James Koberts of this place i is visiting his brother in Wis und enjoying hunting in the snow a which has not yet melted there C1 Little has purchased the + 110 rbri residence he formerly owned of John E Patrick Mr Pat rick t contemplates moving away soon bI has not yet decided just where Thor c Hudson went to Knoll f county Monday to assist life iTgth er Gabrielwho fan candidate foi r ift jailor of that county before time primary which comes on next Saturday f JiAhil1 TFugntcs house near the orchard on South Fork wiu I of =burned last Wednesday a week t ago Most of the household good r were fllThll origin of the fire I co Russell Howard nn employee of n the Kentucky Lumber Veneer 1 had1liisI rtllt couplings ofhvo car4 last Tuesday that it had to be un- putateJl tC N ir I i ya 7 F- v GRADE ENTERTAINMENT101 l Lees Institute Saturday Evening Mny6 1jo 0 clock 1 PROGRAMME l I l 1 Chorus Jr Spin Lassie Spin j i Rotneck 4 fat nock nbJa J EZnlltu j e limo Old Clocks Waruiu J AIeIn Primary Dbpartnfent Ntl Mexican Drill wlwehu Girls 8 Song Doctor lithe J Bristow Sarab1oisell VerniaHurst Carrie WatttOI Pollard + 4 PlanoDaret Overture to William Tell Kossini Mrs DIckson and Miss Davis 0 Play Katy in Goose Und Charles Barnard Cast of Characters Mother Goose Bertha JaUlesonkty Alice Vonab Miss MuHilt Sarah Ilorner Jou Nowland Simple Simon P Watt Moore Blue Vernon BradshawTJackJudy Locks Annie Johnson Mrs Sprat Winifred Brophy PetersKing liar NewlandRichardCampbellCrooked RowFrog HJ 1 Cut Ernvst Nett land Pig Roscoe Back f J =Born to Mr and Mrs JrCunningham u girl Nisi Florence Rowland visited Miss Emma Turner Sunday J H Blake is in Cincinnati this week buying his spring stock John Watts hits built a veranda in front of his store on Broadway Mrs William Crawford of Athol land Mrs S B Stidlmm visited I Miss Nellie Turner Monday J G Campbell of Grapevine brought down wivcral rafts of ties j to our market on the recent tide- D F Del n and Thomas Men ton of Hoosevelt passed through hero Wednesday en route home from a trip to Lexington Mr and Mrs Bruce Little have been living in Tennessee fo tl ta ruIJlIQutlt tryISi lugIrlcnds C the week Absolum Miller and Nancy Har vey were married at A C HusscHV near Clay Hole last Sunday Squire Noble officiating s 1 J IJ Moore has accepted a llOt sition with John Watts as manager of the stable he recently rented near what is known as tho Red House Mr and Mrs1 II Hierony mOlls of Primrose were visiting Mr and Mrs K C Hyden of Elkatnwn last week They called at TIIK NKWS office last Saturday The infant son of Mr and firs Frank Sanders died mast Monday night from nn ovehloso of mor phine given by mistake The re mains were taken to Winchester Tuesday for burial Mary Hathaway an old colored lady died at her hone on the hill last Friday She hind never re covered from the shock of seeing Her son John Hathaway hung at Winchester last winter J T Steele on Monday pur chosed from Attorney A II Put ton a lot just west of the property on which Clarence Ilnddcn is nOI building and will begin the erec tion of a residence at once The towelS Case Caleb Powers was removed from Louisville to Georgetown and his case was called Arednesday His attorneys liled n petition claiming that the rights accorded American citizens under tho fourteenth amendment were denied Powers in that court thus raising a Federal question Pending this the trial of Powers was fixed for July 10th at a special term tolhgo Commencement The commencement exercises of Lees Collegiate Institute will begin next Saturday evening at which time the grade pupils will present Kitty in Goose Land This entertainment will be of spe cial interest to the patrons The Baccalaureate sermon Sabbath morning will be preached by the Hov F H Beattio D D of Lou isville Dr Beattio will also preach in the evening Monday evening will be entirely devoted to music On Tuesday evening tho commence ment address will bo delivered by Dr Frederick W Hinitt resident of Central University Friends of the school are cordially invited to attend any orvaU of- thaw exercises r t Fresh News The Hustler had n column rirti cle last week entitled TIn Questions Elopers to Jetfersonville Must Answer Wonder How ftiany Breathitt county people nro interested in that kind of news 1 AiluniH Secures the OHIce The Court of Appeals on Tuesday directed the dismissal of the appealed case of Adamsagainst Hoberts involving the piljce of Commonwealths Attorney iff the Breutliitt and Lee circuit court district for want of pniefution Adams the Re l lica T lidate secures the J t Notic olllftr Time trimvs of ut Minmon schools of Bfwithitt c V are ro qucsted and hereby not Il1 to see childrenr11 at tmsoHJ i tat tlllm Mn 1Jth HK1 DelinqtienliWustees will bo reported to tie eovTrtsVtJlhis no tice is for your benefit Very truly your IlKSHVB oasis Supt 0 S U C TIHALwpr his testimony KinK Ford was next placed on tho stand who testified that he was in tho Hargis store at the time of time shooting and that Jim did not have any gun James Brophy was next introduced anti testified as to happening 1 about the time of the killing Ho contradicted both Hargis andFord in some essential points of thoTbv timon Several witnesses were tlieh put on the stand for the of timpeachingJefT Smith two important withejjs cs for the Commonwealth but several of them had to admit on crossexamination that their 6wn characters were not above suspi cion Alex Hargis was the Inst witness the defense put on the stand who made n general denial of any connection with the on spiracy to kill Cockrill or any 6ne else introJIduccdresidents of Leslie county time I home oPMoses Feltner and taro leading citizcnsand many of whom wore ollicers or had held oflice iiii that county who testified that the reputation of Moses Feltner as to truth and veracity was good blat that his moral character was bad in that he hail been accused 6t moonshining and getting into lights Several leading citizens from Breathitt and Wolfe counties testis tied that Jeff Smiths reputation for truth and veracity Was good Several witnesses were there for the purpose of sustaining Anso repufation but the de introlaced not tried to him but had only contradicted him Both sides closed Wednesday at noon and the afternoon was taken up in argueing on the instructions The arguments on the casewere GeorgqIIuntdefense anti was fdlowed Ff Byrd for the ComtnonWi followed by E P Farrelllion tilaintrar anent for w def Joint k Allay will Jlbt hirt q t wr ewwsa 1 rij If c I ift P1 JI Ao rt 2 4 It I 1 i111hist- 0JaPELAKEH1 who has spent this week in Oiucin rinti 11nntlilo ltIigfifirsrl Jili ter T t inert f 1 4 a to j I I ic f J1t A A I W I T7 n iEii j SWEEP SALE Tile Followl44 prices are for Qasl or produce MENS SUITS 12 00 Suits now t 8 HI 11 00 7 41 45T87 tO 440aG UU ti4 f 00 j 041t i i MENS IIOES 5 00 Shoes uoW3 49 400 L ttiliJHjO n ai nzr jfOD V I 98 2 r0b 1 74 2 00h 1 49 1 50 1 19 1 25 12 lIS t MENS HATS 3 UO Hats now 1 98 2 fiO 1 74 2 00 1 49 160 119 1 00 79 76 ki U 49 A w LADIES 7 SKIRTS 4 00 Skirts nowS2 98 300 Llfl82 f 0 174 2 00 t 1 49 100 79 GROCERIES1 twists 50Suitsnow2 nmv2 No rorkin ghlrd ritCl1Rr dealing and Very low prices will soot weWjiBlpet it ne and buy yrentire NyaHt8pfriBV FoiirtlpHafa will tilt work here TrJUB Very respectfully C KELMANft JACKSON BARGAIN HOUSE IIOMK SWKETr nOME Will be morejhoinelike and at tractive in a M idrlss of Green Seal Liquid Pti t sale by M S Cniiiu Will Move to Winchester R C Afansfield Son of Hoss Sn who have the erection of a far v lour mill nt Winchester un fier i lan have broken ground for the erection of the buildings JThey have purchased a residence near where the mill is to be located apd A T Mansfield junior II member of the firm will moveto that city it ADVERTISED LETTER LIST Vjfntof unclaimed matter mlvertlsed Dante D thirst ppitmnBter at Jackson Mny mind sent tntite dead letter office at Wnalilnglon 0 week ending May 16th IfiiftiAlltiii Amine Beer George to John Dunaway Itliuda purInyan Olmney Ojicar aibb li DCi niorer Smith rrtson Mrs Hressle Na MajimrdAlex smO Martin Charley pan Keaton Reed P Tnulbee Susie ttt Joseph u 2 lbs Arbueklos Collee 25c 17 bags 18c Coffee now 13lc Tomatoes per can 9c Apples per can 9c Peaches per can Wi 9d Kraut cnn 9c tobacco 3 lOc Syrup perIatllon i 33c iMENS PANTST 5 00 Pants now 3 JL 4 00 1J If 3 00 1 98 2 50 1 71 2 00 t 1 49 150 1 19 1 25H 98 BOYS SUITS 3 24 300 198 2 50 1 74i 2 00 1 39 150 119 LADIES SHOES 3 00 Slioes 21 2 50 1 1 85 2 00 u 1 39 1 rloH 119 25 pairs of Rubber loots to bo closed out at 1 99 are for oui tra interest Co do rtAie W hi Ky 2nd dtrlhe Huh Mrs per r WANTKI Men to peel bark and cut wood I on our timber tract near Hinton W Vn oW let large jobs to t responsiblejobbers Apply to 11 ErEvans Co Grand Rapids Michor11 Q Johnson Ilinton 1V VIi 2830 OINO1XNATI 4STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI May 3 Cattle Very slow and weak modern and common classes 10 to 15c lower Fair to good shippers v 23 to G 00 butcher steers 5 50 corn mon to fair 2 75 to 135 Hogs Slow 5c lower Good to choice packers 5 35 common to choice heavy flit sows 4 00 to 4 CO light shippers 5 to 5 10 pits 110 pounds and less 4 25to5 05 Sheep extra 5 00 good to choice 4 50 to 4 90 common to fait 3 to 4 35 Lambs common to fair 4 25 to j85- Calves good to choice 5 to 5jc common to rough 3 to 3c Hot Weather Piles Persons tfllloted with piles should be careful at timid eaan of the year Hot weather and bid drinking water con t the condition which make painful and dangerous oh Hazel Salve stops the the soreness and cures bearing the flame ot old by M 3 Grain l Cs orz S EE- f Pt5R11UFORD 1P DES eRoPNY P F CYOll r j rcookt1 1 4 S ou urc ass 1 Say did youknow we had the fll Sf Clffc Of QOODs Ip JOUfl j IR You can spend money anywhere but when Itcomeg down j gcustomer= E3HOEE3 All made t6 fit well and wear well hobby and dressy Qdasothers sell old shop worn stuff It is not jjosslble for anydeler in the country to offer better goods at thaaine any lady in town where to buy yourk Dress Goods and Notions The verdict is unanimous s ur f TrQlj your friends a f QRAWFORD COs lv M ackson rimlucJy CI 9I1 r 1 i Ladles Fine Shoes 1Yh l r Vr3t3ir C 9 No Cut of Vamps In y r Courtneys Shoes FOR SALE BY z A P Crawford COS mcJti 525252i252 SP5Z25525r 5Z5tRMSHELY SHILY LrrTL z E1 MANUFACTUHEKS AND DEALERS IN h f MARBLE AND GRA- NITEMonuments x t Y tu C Tand Tombstones fI- I Satisfaction guaranteed Call or write for prices and save moiiey by buyiug from us rn tilt 22 YEARS EXPERIENCE 3I JACKSON BREATHITT COUNTY KENTUCKY r- nls22S25iS2l 2252S2552S252S25 aS252S252Sr ru i r UPTONOW Printing TUB NKWS has added new faces of typo to its job de partment and is prepared to do printing of every description to way it should be done such as LETTER III ADS- ENVELOPES BILL IIl ADSISTATEMENTS SHIPPING TAGS TIE RECEIPTS MINUTESI CARDS LABELS CIRCULARS INVITATIONS PROGRAMS Era A neat joband a fair price always guaranteed Try us if you want to be pleased Work Doqe Wtlnq promised J W H Henderson Ayres Street Ojip Post Offbe LEXINGTON KY DEALER I- NGrain Seeds Feed Wheat Rye Barley Oats and Corn KentuokJDlulS Hy Strew niUFwd t SPECIAL ONE WAY f COLONIST RATES It A TilEr- TO t andestJuiiibrnia v VI- ASouthern Railway March let to May lSthand Sep teniber 15th to october 31st Inclusl v i FROM LEXINGTON i o 3GTo Helena Unite Ana MU oula red many ntherlnlermcdfatu ptlllll irf i- djOY 90 To Spokane ttashtngtnnwand nHjy InterJ nifdlnie points 39 00 Tu San FrancUcii Sacre nwMOt lets Angltll San asUelifurnta I nix and Pificutt AriT l iptltita4040loPurtlantlOrrgnnla Ili WdallljtllllValwolI vr B O Victoria B 0 amid ninny other 6 paints In Washington Oregon and BritUli Co lumhtafThevery h1t and mast convenient rohrd miles from lexlngnn and LuuUvIllx to point West Nurihweit and In CIi I orals frfinglon1oStaohnnRnf cars- Vrstibmila day coaches amid FREE K BEOUNINO OIIAIB CARS on nt r tr lniUrfia for hntormatleptF 1 i W C1IEWS T P A1ttLexungtonr IJI 0 H IIUNGhRFOill1 P A c Louisville Ky a I r y- iu1 t JftP y ffif l Jc if j l j I + i I a EBEN HOLDEN J By BACIlELLERito fwllnnparty fuUlthtng I IJ f r CHATTEK Vr I 1 Ili HE lone pine stool In Drawers pasture Just clear of the voods When the sun rose one could lire Its taper sbad ow stretching away to the foot of Woody ledge and at sunset It lay like tr a fallen iiiast athwart the cow paths Its lung top lUlU a flying pennant ou v the side of Bowmnna bill In suniluer this bar of shadow moved lite a clock baud on the green dial of the pdstnre rh I and the helpcould tell the time by tho Blnntwst It Lone lilac hail a mighty JjHbgdjrMfetaperSdlliirfa L1 vhrroV Uncle Eb iwed o say ii Its one long naked Iflrauch that HSVUIIR and creaked tear tlio top of It like rf sign of hospitality ou the blBliVfaj of the blnls was OO gat above ground rt r There were H XewSttibTicre and thereupon Its uhaftthe root of crone atult hawks Mf tiillat Laveowls and lien passed for a low resort In the feathered t kingdom because It was only the roll bers of the sky that halted on lone I plue ThUr towering shaft ofderiU tituber- y romtbeiuorated the nnclebt forest through which tlicnorUiern Yankee t cut their trails In the xtgllmIl1iottbe 3 century They were n tall big flirted teen who onine ncros 1r brawny lot of tho Atllrot lRcl from Vermont ant be Fun to break the preen canopy that for l t J ngtp had covered the valley of the St r Lawrence Generally they drove a cow rwith them nod such game ns they ti i could kill on the Journey supplemented I their diet of pudding and milk Soma settled where the wagon broke or twherethey hOlt buried n member of the r family and there they cleqred the for r neresfr Gradually the rough surface of thin 1tj trail grew smoother untlPlt became tt Iaradise road the worn thorough r11 ft toro of tho stagecoach with Its Inns Iud outs as the driven used to any the lung where toe men folks sat In the firelight of the blazing logs after supper nud told tales of adventure until 5 bedtime while the women sat withj e h atheir knitting In the parlor and the youug wen wrestled In the stable yard t Is The men of middle age hud stored and i j massive shouldew and deep furrowed rVlJrows Tell out of them lip wns grow L lug old mid ho might answer you by id holding his whip In front of him and r iMpiiig over It between life hands l s- i v rTlJert Svns a little clearing around r tthat big pine tree when David Urowcr etUed ui the talte Its slmdows + r- le YIJIItUMnnrll1iiTlOon i tliC arui of ii troiitm r w spreftdlftg acres of his farm and h- twit built bls house sort forty rods from f the toot of It on higher ground David scrdmae the oldest of thirteen children father hud died the year before ho r 4 fani to St Ijiwrence county leavingi l li him hothlim but heavy reHponslbllltleiir Fortunately bla great streuglh lid bis 1 kindly nature were equal to time burden Mother and children were lauded sate i ly In their new home on Bowmans hill r JIn the day that David was eighteen r I have heard the old folk of that pzlendld figure of lJlx feet one f In his stocklugs and broad at the sboul jr der Ills eyes were grimy nnd set un der heavy brows I buve jiever forgot 4ten the big wan that laid hold of me serioustcame to IaradUe valley As I write I can see plainly lily dimpled chum his tii large nose hla firm mouth that was the key fo his character Open or tbet I have heard the old folks say It showed ho wns no fool ei 6Atter two years David took n wife IJi settled In Iaradlso valley He E b prospered In n stimuli way considered ti a ypnriLefarm to the sugar bush that was the north vestibule of the big forest He had seen the clearing widen until he could discern the bare summits of the distant hills and far as he could see x were the neat white houses of the set 1 tiers Children had come three o- roJl t the eldest n son who hud left hota9 and died in a far country long before ecame to Iaradlso valley the rl younoliltii b bYJI could not enjoyed DIY new i + bom wore If iTiad beci born In I- tt I lies much need ofSainotherif tender less no iloubt torI remember with jyhat a scarpof peace and comfort 1 lay on theIup of Elizabeth Urbwer that Irs Tiliif and heard her gliigln as j 1I rocked The little daughter stoodt fit her knees looking down nt me mind patting uiy bare toesor reaching over to feel my tact Godseiit him to us didnt be ninth erg said she 4 MaVbe Sirs Drawer answered Well be good to him anyway r r 1 r Then that old query came Into my mind L asked them if it Vas heaven Jit yvbere we were No they answered Taint anywhere near here Is IU 4w 1 went one Then she told too ubout the gate of death and begun sowing In uie the ct seed of GodS truth as I kuow now i the seed of many harvests I slept t 4 with Uncle Kb In the garret that night I and tor lung titter wo came to the llrowcn Ile continued to get better ami was shortly table to give his hued I to time work of the farm tflltero was room fur ull of ns In that tLti ample wilderness of his Imagination j t Mud the cry of the swift woke 1U echoes iI i every evening for a time Hears and 1r panthers prowled In the deep thickets t but the swifts took a tlrmer grip on us it I tbdDI bolder and more terrible Uncle became a great favorite In the family and David Brower came to know fooa that he was R good man fW to work and could be trusted to look jo I after thlQfi We bad not been there i long whoa I hoard BllMbetb speak of i t J obetnlabher last soilaM hii name war ottl1 on the IIpsot oth4r613o tvar 9aboot HxtMa wteM ie wMt stray aU iig4 MnMrt jtbiiM wall Ions 7 a it I ry- i iI i h e y ffaMakoney y s F i J 1 j If industrious and capable you can tnalt money there The bt ranchesyou arc are breaking up into small farins that need more workers to care for the increased product The towns and cities are prosperous because the country is prosperous at of the richest in America waiting for you If you canhaverent one on shares and send you descriptivobooklets and folders Riving full information about tho money workYoua few months enjoy the both Ways by talons advantage of the t tMCwgh to pay your expenses i 1 Bargain tesEvery Day March 1 tetMay is i Fromfj 1Chlcago f St Louis I 1 ticketCorre Jy reduced rate from almost any point Eat yaFeasily a comfortably viartho Rock Island Two routesone through New Colorado rtlHoult ho quick any other line Double daily tourUt service vU El Paso lrado Dining car ii and free reclining chair can both routes e ughaut the United Slateal they are travel experts cadrepresentati y Jt4II money You can have thcialilatanco in arranging the California trip for the asking Conralt4dlar home ticket agent or write to the undersigned ror our California book and cOMplete folder i the Continent in a Tourist Sleeper RNpt- 7 EL PASOrlt7 N RouT1l7 MPP = = aftenvard A mouth or more utter wo came to Ilnrawny I remember we went cros lots In a big box wagon to the orchard on the hill and gathered apples Ititell In n shower when UncIe Eb wwjt 1 rp to Jibake thmu dowu Jfliejicama Uw raw Clays of late October when the crows went tlylug southward iwfore the hl11 nol yplrate elect that Oiled the sky at times anil when we all put ou our mittens and went down the wind lug row paths to the grovel of butter nuts In the pasture The great roof of the wilderness hall turned red and tall ed Into yellow Soon its ratters began to show through and then In a day or two they were nil bare but for sonic patches of evergreen Great golden drifts of foliage lay higher than u mans head In tile timber land about the clearing We had our best fun then playing 1 spy In the groves In that fragrant deep of leaves DUE might lie undiscovered n long time lit could hear roaring like that of water at every move of the finder wallowing nearer and nearer possibly In his gootlagunerring accuracy And shortly winter came out of the north mIll of a night after rapping at the windows and howling In the chim ney and roaring In the big woods took possession of the earth TM5ttowas a time when hard clder iSbwed freely nnd recollection found a ready tongufl among the older foil And the young enjoyed many diversions Including measles and whooping cough CIIAPTEH VII nil that long season of snow oFI remember most pleasantly the drays that were sweuiened with the sugar making When thin sun was lifting his course In the clearing sky and March hind got the temper of the lamb and the frozen pulses of the forest hind begun to stir the great kettle was mounted In the yard mill all gave a hand to thewash erg of spouts and buckets Then came tapping time In which I helped curry the buckets and tautitl the sweet flow that followed the augers wound The woods were merry with our shanty nnd shortly one could hear the heartbeat of the maples In the sounding bucket It was the reveille of sprjug Tojjerjiig tries shook down the gathered storms of snow and felt for the sunlight Tliu arch and shanty were repaired the great Iron kettle was scoured tied lifted to its place and then came the boiling It wns a great an Inestimableprivi legs to sit on the robes of faded fur In the shanty timid hear the lire roaring under tho kettle laud smell the sweet odor of the boiling sap Uncle Kb minded the shanty and the lire and the woods rang with his merry songs When I think of that phase of the sugaring I am face to face with one of the great est perils of my life My faster father had consented to lot mo spend a night with Uncle Kb In the Shanty and I WIt- o sleep on the robes where be yould be beside me when be was not I the Ore It had been a mild bright day mud Davit sauna up wqh our supper nt sunset He sat talking with Uncle Eb for an hour or so and the woods were darkling when he went away When he started on the dark trail that led to the clearing I wondered nt his courage It was so black beyond the firelight While we sat alone I plead for a story but the thoughts of Uncle Eb bad gone to roost early In a sort of gloomy meditation De itlll my boraald he an go V sleep I tlnt agoln t tell no yarns an Kit ye All stirred up Ye go tl sleep Come Btwnln well go down V tba brook sn see It wo cant find s mink ortettn lit traps I Mmerabor IcnrlBR a sr1iU crarkllnj oJr 1- V Cftty Iwirlt ears to California than any otherRemember the Rock island runs more aDdwldowl and Ialory ppototmsalscalCut out thU advertisement fill In spaces blow m to JOHN SEBASTIAN PawengBr TrafHo Muucer Rock Island SriUm CHICAGO Plend ms rale of fre to California anj tin JaWeialw your IButtralwI California book and lull Information about your nw I expect la Ieor California abou v rcand would jike Information about tUlO MIIUI Jt Name 7 AddrsuGtr Stat 1 twIgs In the dark wood before I As I lifted my head Uncle nt Hark and we both Us Ior A bent and aged figure came Into the firelight Ills long hair moo with his beard and covered his coat collar behind naIOUMU t Taint no bear Its iiuthln but a 4 IImuch and had a rhyme for every OIlC a kindly man with a reputation for laziness and without any home Bllln eh mild the poet llllln said Uncle Eb Im bllln over n the next bush said the poet sitting down Hows everything In JinBlevllle Uncle Eb Inquired Then the newcomer answered Well neighbor dear In Jlnglevltle We live by faith but we eat our nil An what wud we do If tt want tel prayer Fer we cant raise a thing but whiskers an hair Curus how you call talk potry saldjjUncle Eb The only thing Ive got you Is them whiskers an thct hair Tnlnt Christian 5Tahnt whats on the head limit whats In It diets the Important thug said the poet Did I ever toll yevwbntii wrote about the birds 1 Iou I i hl Ralll liii cle Eb stlrtlngI4IJWf c The loyll Ilagbald he- takluJ dirt Jlle fttant Lt pbckef tihd holding It to ellhti vyf The poemlnteresteil me young ns 1 was not less than the strange figure of the old poet who lived unknown In the backwoods and who dual I dorm s y with many a finer song In hi+ licart f I remember how he stood In thC u light rilimJ clouded the words In fi slug song tone lie gave us that rude copy of the poem and hero ItIs TUB nOWNB WEDDING Young robin redbr Ht hell n beautiful peat an lie Bays to hla love says he Its ready now on a roe Ing bough In the top of n mnple tte- Ive lined Ui with down rn the velvet brown on the waist of n t ihebee They were marrIed next day In the land o the hay and tM lalllllrl hI The bobolink came hind the wife o the same An the lark an the flddieJfdetlee j- An the crow dQ a minister- gown there wasiiibthinglkatthe- dldnteee r V- Ho fluttered hU wing ns they ant him to sing an he tiled ter V clear out his throat He hemmed an he hawed an he hawked an he cawed nut he couldnt deliver a note The swallow was there an he Ushered each pair with his llhsey an claw hammer coat The bobolink tried fur t flirt with tho bride In a WHY thet was sassy un bold An the notes that ho took as he shivered an shook lIed a sound like the jingle of gold lie sat on a brier an laughed at the choir an said thet the music was qld The sexton he came Mr Spider byjnamn fI citizen hnlry arid gray Ills rope In a steeple he called the good people That live In the land o the hay The ants an the HqiiRg an the crIckets an bugs came out In a flighty array Some came down from Barleytown an the neighboring city o Rye An the little black people they climbed every steeple An sat looking up at the eky- They came fer t sec what n wedding might be and they furnt hLd the cake an tho pie 1 I remembefhe turned to me when he bad finished and took oue of my sinull baud and held it in his hard palm and looked at it and then Into my face l1lleadnansasOtaFgl I dbumbugcor UQlthu Its 41 j t i beTn Tile Tesuleiiil I cljalr Tolks ht the valley think o nutbln but work most Uv amtan I tell ye now i I 1pu loll get Icantlnij and utnltlt this boy pint agoln t be wuth p on a farm Lookothetu she udep bands There was a watt come to mo the Other ilR an Vantcd t hev a until hlsiSvlfc that heil jes dlLtl1 ldnJ tf tell me nil bout her Lidlwas a dr itful good woman twork a1tty11dng idit I nsk 1 He thought aslu fer a uitnute Broke her leg on1be said au gas laid up fer moren n year II +31asta HUffennl said I Not then lie IUiW1t11 nu enjoJf1I1lo tibri l adln beln rubb U but twnn hard on time children i a- iISiiuseyc J lotid her I seta The lictttars come liito his e nil he ctlld t Rpeuk fer a udn Iurty soon Itl wJiUpered Yes kind confldentlnlrySiiirHe he loved her lul these Yankees mire nslmmed o heir feellns They liuv tender thought1 lint they tilde em us careful ns the will goostj hides her eggs Toll all s an scrimp nil save thets bgut all thjuk uvn tills country Tnlnt rl Holiien x otaint right said Uncle Lii- I know Im a poor nilsnibfe erl Kind o out o tune with rrcrylo know Allwus quarreled with my oWn folks nit now I aint got nay honlej Jhousei woods lint I tell yr lire heKpaitt lit n vote that grew loud with f llir mebbo Ive been lazy un they liftti IinI4tbor me tar above them tjbruinsIII old enough f take am fr lulu tse1C let lilm Kit out o tin lullinJIlte ye hell never wake it tut m mniTlcs an1 settles down tit+e jjlV t be a poet nitfbbe trlcwmcbt kkl less cusetssluduo in the iioorlio Guess I better git Lei t bI now flood ulbhr mliUl Is lug and bitttoiilnj lId old c1jpi heTivalk crl airily i- J S glar Iu n1 JJl selalui l 1 jflCkdblmulltiCelt rJ6f1- It 1Ioi tt vjnThJ I RAILROAD TABLES Lexington 1SJasteln 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