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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t lIz i I Ot 1 1iIJ f 4 a l 1t- iI 1 P1T4juhT15WflK lSEWS lf T LJ WISE HAQINB Editor and Publisher 4 i1 A KUWSIAIEK JEVOTKD TO THE INTERESTS OF EASTKKN KENTUCKY 1DOILAR PER YEAR IK ADTANOR + 5 NVolume IV Jackson Kentucky r FridayMay12 19Q5 ti Number 30 ifi j 4 I 0 ZT0 secure the srsullsfor advertiseyour money JJl r Ul I 1 i dreahdCozsn4 7ews- S fjhe oest niedium by wtych- m rlo reachJ all the meunttin I III radyzp Tjwiee the Gircitlettion of any paper illJr alnill 1 ifiI l- irlriIOTItLIfT 1 FKEE BUS TO and FKOM fI UEIOi1 er ARLINGTON HOTEL S S TAULBEE PROP JACKSON KY QOOD UVEUY 3TAHIB IN InSrcrAS9 BA IPIF CONNECTION ROOMS I FOR SALE Pun lro l CioltUii Hronx0 Turkeys WhitelVkin Ducks Cornish milan Game anti Slnirl Comb Brown Leghorn Cliicktns Eggs for Lltttchlug in season Place your orders early Our eggs nt Ioruar iJ etko IRtrictL fr4Jl i iriIIiiiatl pure 1I to r r OV PRK5 it i 1 LM M Hagins Erforo Yeu Purchtw Any Other WrUo INC MiW HIt ItWINI MAMHHE NMTAMV- OAAKQC IiIA m- Uuir SwngMcUnn are mad to Mil refird IesIquaItibutthe New JIseIna1sto wwr Our utnnijr nIVr run out Wi mk Stwlnf MachlnM la suit all eondalonl tllh tr dt The Xew Home tt nitallh Lid ol HIsjtilTraile tmlly wwlnf mchlntt Moil by Iu40 IsurtiedreR av James M RicliardsDtv Co General Agents El trIo Bdg CLEVKLANP O x j ForPainTahe AntiPain Pill and the Pain will dis appear Like Magic Not by paralyzlnetbelIuveon4 glands Ilk opium morphine cocaine and other d nieroun drug but by In creasing1 the nalural arcrttlont This action U obtained as a result ot SJmoIarn dlscoverlen In medicine malclnj po bU to relieve path without bad aftereffects You ran safely depend upbn Pr Miles AntiPain Pills to relieve and cure such pains ait Keuralela lleadacho Ctomaeli ache iIiiBlmal Palm Kheumattsm Kackach Toothache eto Tlicy will alto by their calming act- Ion on the nerves ahnMt Instantly re Have such distressing tfttlhst as Dx ilneM CarSickness IndIMion Irritability Slceplessnets runes elo IJot merely do they relieve but they also absolutely cure because by perse verlnr In their uses you do away with the eausa Dr lilies AntiPain Pills are guar anteel that first package will benent or your money back Never aold In bulk DrMilehihadache oausert by catsrrh until six years lIetheme relief Since then I have not had one hard attack became 1 take a Pill dlmcultyQlO3AUNDbIt8 FREE TrialPackagePain Pills the New Scienttrto fliidyfor Pain Iilso Symptom Blank Our 9 tellyouDrIL1tUL MDlCAI couaOM WTJND fl ui1itim1SEWINC KOLLER BIAltIHOI by buying Uik reliable honest lilgli grade sews ing matkbt I STRONGEST GUARANTEE National Sewing Machine Cop BELVIDERE ILLINOIS EXPERIENCE 6O YEARS n I C TRADC MARUI Anroca iradtng a tittrli Mod dfMnMlno m r- Kitetlr ascertain our opinion free M n It probiblr tntt lumanl- 1Ionlet nC4eM1I IIadbk oil tsuI-nt I tIIdH tscy tot lOrl pattreject tahu Ibroush Muuu lg rrcvlTe- vfWlsotlC4 wllbout ell at ta tile i SckMtific jffttKimIAbt- ndtomtlrUhiilnled WMklir IJMMl tir JouruU T rDlII SI s ol4b7klt awsdalrs lkaIt Oca It WubAloil d1I An Indisputable SAFE INVESTMENT The material progress which our country is now and has been making I for the past decade of years naturally brings to the surface numerousschemes of the 1 get rkhquick character that benefit only the promoters of suchat the expense of innocent investors fn this age of genuine prosperity with every legitimate business boom ing wages high work in abundance giving employmept to all willing to earn and products of the farm bring ing best prices ther 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 tjhe CINCINNATI ENQUIRER the greatest and most reliable newspaper in tie 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 WEEKLY ENQUIRER osts but one dollar for one years term The SUNDAY ENQUIRER costs you two dol tars for a year The DAILY ENQUIRER 7 issues a week you get for fourteen dollars a year- Without the aid of a firstclass newspaper success in any enterprise becomes problematical For ten cents you can secure a sample copy of each DAILY SUNDAY and WEEKLY EN JKiMiuircr catI-t y 1 j TO A11VKBTISKRS I We will accept adv rti86m6nt5 na guaranty that eur paper bas more than tack the Circulation BrsAthitt Coulityof any pupil published Our piper goea to er ery pot office in Perry Oonnt and almost everyone in Lee ifa gbffin Owsley Wolfetind Knott CountiesIf want to reach the mountain trade try an ad in the BREATH ITT COOKTV If Jowsr=The lien Poata sing of robin blackbird and lark prophets and pour forth to oriole mockingbird and nightingale But not since Eden was made by song of wingMlalll feathered beauty has been written or Couplet sung to the enurabliand itldI trions the wise andprdHtablo old hen Yet who jiqt tlih fleason especiallyrtcognise the hens value This is the period in which she is most active yield Ing vujHt harvests of aml try which bring ellOrinonsruturns to the farmer In 1000 the total vaineot al fowls on farms at 857041100 These in ft single year poultry that sold for Sl sm87 and eggs that broUght in 5114 2SlflTffit total of 281178247 The investment llel11 an ill come of 400 per coutoTho aver erace yield of eggs wr lien i s 120 lImit a yield of 2IRdllIglu hell in out yeaM A btwivd-Vt r n iii hiptJ songs ivtt lnnd iitiild artl Iy the visTVPTobin bcking bird We desire il life BO protected timid I ofevorv liii color aril iiitl 48 girt shall CrjfQl4t 1i14l If past count iP11 ter uclj w iii forget the lihia bptiiidtIMh lieu How prMdlyAiie cackles over every new laid tgg How very maternal that cluck ag she gHtuers her brood about herf The innsio of time lieu flits the farmyard with delight and promise Her song means nuggets of gold to her owner eggshuithduced between March 1 uhdJnly 1 This is therefore hllSea soilTe should treat that modest bird of plenty and prosperity with consideration and May her numbers and her harvests in crease and multiply Louisville Herald Why Slider From KlieiuAattsin- Wliy snITrfioiii rheumatism when Ollf uppllciklltuiol Ohimliprjaliiii Pain Halm will relieve the pRIIIt Tlie quick relief wlilch tills liiitment iifonU ihtkeo rest ami sleep pomlble ami that InrA Is worth men times its eui Mllnl who have tiirtI It hoping only for a short relief front Buffering hue tieeh happily iiirprlied to fin that after awhile the relief liecaniHjieTinnhent Mm V II LekKeltfl t Vum Ynnu Tenn writes hlta gust turterer from rheumatism all over train liead to foot aid OlmnibpfUrn4 InfnHalm Ii the unIt thing that will relieve the pain For snle by Janksoit Irlli Co1 Causes it App ndctis Chill imperfect mastication and the use ol aperients ac cording to Dr Joseph ICitld in an article in thin Nineteenth Century are the chief causes xtf appendciiU As nil these tire causes reidi1y guarded against and the guarding against thcni will alO to general health and haiijwneiis there seenia to bo no reason wliV intelli gent people should not dJ1ihn thing one of the inpst dangerous of modern diseases ThHbrss ThPc HlghA th1sountryIsix1horses each on the turf This remijfl kus of the old story f the young ijwn who was coltle for wtCiiirf money on fast liorso He eiil 1- alt was the slow flI the fajVolto i listvero res1onsiblc for iimy- dtfithlBoston sr f Herald Cures KcnijlR ftohlnff IlHtnoV peclalyforolJ clirnnlo CMeita i notanfe lllooa lUJri Jie thy lilnod If the nffectsil par heals nil thu soreiij eruptlW nqal scitlra ifh Dm awful l tliln burning ol ev ins sffflj f puraliiiR w lerj sorek Hftii rrigsjl pewcltlIirsufilu aniiuee ilLh aatPt j forth1 rywih1ve ot 1r J5- Wedding Economy Tin practical sljijut n ttfdtlliiK tie proUetn nt brlnglnk the frstlvftUs within a ren onnlile vxpen lltiire Ii given consideration In acWfollv writ bn paper In the Jimp Delineator wliict contains al uuglleition fiir weeding ciiokery ilmt will beappecl uro by thrio Who ar9IRkTeUed VaiJoiu other items of ctumsUcaliiel- iT gtren jn the form of reciw tinder the headings Iunchfoh Dalies Spinach suit it Hjgtenlc ValiiPTkrld Unique Dmiratlvt OeMerU and Italel Gordon Curtis adtta chafftfr on cunning fruU in ruMaklnR of A HiiiiewUe Huuie plan anti huuse furuUlilng ideas and eusonahle gar Jenlnn suggestion ro other future that will appeal to hoitm miker A Good Suggestion frO n Walnwrigiit of Lemon OItIFin bee written iher that much beIterrells are obtained from the use of Chamberlain1 1ullni Cholera and Dltrrlifei llm d Incases of llama in the iiolrusch collo and chuliTd morbiit by taking H In water 15 hot as can lie drank 1hat when ta ken Itilhti MR 1 the 1tictlUduulile hil rapidity It eems Ito get cit right spot instantly he sayi For tale by Jitoksnu OWl Co Devil Loos fecint Representative Doyoiri of West prel1qherInthat no person can be saved unless dipped under the water llecently the lion of Ifari illustrated one of his sermons hy telling this Once I WItS out huntin on the mountains an 1 saw a buck come hookertybookbook clown- the mountain side Dai buck was followed by the dogs bowwowwow just as hard as they could clip it De buck into South branch6wimmellncross an de dogs come loi do river nnlmrked an bark ed butlley done loss de trail for de feetIJis so it ain brederen wid us whites an blacks Dimikrats and Publicans U JiftJ mtt r twii QYiiiilfi e tSrsattr d bU hem ter glory1 tib chases our own psalmsW When ttVr you reel Inipemllng III And need n magic llnle pill No other one will till the bill Like DHWIlli Little Enrly Risen Tile Fmnou Little 1IIU EARLY ms ERS cure Conitlpntlon Sick MfncUclie nlllolisne itt They never gripe or sicken but Impart eitrly rising energy OooU for elilur clilldieu omdtiltr J C P Jonec Chelf Burgess Mlleaburg lioumligli Pa s yo VI ifec iiaed pills in in y faintly during the forty yean jf UoiiBekpepingi that Hav such nsliifoclory retulln ai Peivlil Little Early Rlier Sold byM8 Grain Th Turk Rp According to President Francis the bright i timing said ou th1 grounds during the St Louis fa JEUS uttered one of he altenilanj 6 Ttrrkljli IuOSlU91 w ten an elderly spinster fell into- conersiltlon with him and showing the customary interest in his spiritual I hope you go if church every Sun 1ke a Ihristian No mad JedI go every day hIkea Turk Th calls to mind the torv ot the traveler in Mohammedan coun try who nekedhis guide if it was safe to leave certain baggage exposed without a guard Yhy of course replied the guide wonderingly There isnt Christian within thir ty miles tJenyer Republican j I ChnmherlnlnH Cough ICe uuedy the Very llest hI hafo been iisliiK ChnnHierlalns dough Iteindy and wwifto say It Is ihn hush couuitli medicine I have ever taken Miff OloI 0liiibbn merchant of Har bin Mich There U no question about utul being the best an it will euro n noiiRlt or cold In leu timallmn any Oilier treotment It should always ht kept fir the house ready fur Instant Me fur a cold ran be cured In much tan lime when promptly treated Fur die by JAflkton Drug Co A Trimmer Richard OIney was attacking that Xilicose spirit which he has very devfcrly termed the war bacillus ftridin the course of his attack he tutu occasion to refer toa certain Ill hiunat White Mr Qlney was speaking a will with bow legs passed und sa lttea I I Thcre goes hunt said Mr 01 p i uA more bowlegged man nev lived thaii he Then going back to tLc diplomat he resumed The trouble with this diplomat is that he is all things to all men With A Ho is a Methodist with U He ja a Prohibitionist with C he is a Presbyterian arid by Jove with f t BrftUiow I u 4 1i 7iI i t1- 0 ft ofc l 5 5ft t 1 i c J r I iise Frlatttu Ilerll AMirt1 MrtnudiiH n rninlcr In Venice tS the holT church and the doge em ployed n negro boy to help him In his office The Iwy was believed to be an Imp o untan nod vrpni by tbe name of the prlnterV devil In order to pro tit him from persecution and confute a superstition MnnutluJ made o public cxblblt8aor the boy an lnn aoUnceU that aone who doubted him to b4 flesh and blood might come for ward anti pluck hinrto tanfce sure The mistaken Irupreslon ivaaeffloved but before this time the name printers devil had Ucefl attnchedto the boy and was thenceforth applied generally o the boyiSh a slstfints Ina printlns r g e S Strictly Genuine- 1iindthe patent medicine testlmo nlsl aiej probably genuine The lol thfAICIIIKrll kncuui engineer running bit he Mituri Pcllio bytween Wichita and Klinvn litielyappeaVtd in It ilg one with n imetimreitwluen he VMII In this KLV tnytwtsekd him about r iiiiue lied tehlflc pltlllllin hh tiiutii and iliougltt lib had cancer Hi drupKUr recoininendeil Kodul and hesmyi it rtired him 11 recuinineid ed it IM ulliers who were aIn cured I Ktdl UIIplIII Cure digests what you ai ut nil cures all otiiinach irnuble Jiui ff tirely as the sun shines your rtuiDufh din lie brought hack to its orlginnlly pure cnidI t hum nnd life iweelened by this lasting and truly time greatest dluestniit known Sold lipti K Prln 1 Well rruvlilrd Whew lUirustornier must have found food tor thoiiKhrin time dramatic HlltorA nrtlcle this mornluB Food 1 I ohpiild sty it fnll meal He a roast also hfx desserts eathol Standanl amid Times Pour but Candid Areyou looking for work So answered the poor but candid man Im looklnt for inoiieyt but Im wllllni tr work because I cant get It otherwise Exchange lUluc UuremmnllhllUl1Ui Is often an great as woman IM TJmt S Aiiillu Mgr of the Republican of Lenvemvorth Tnt1 ilL flflr- ftitibtriuEitj I I 111 l mIc11Uallnnmh tvai tin hardly leutf her tlldRIIII lire IM physicians failed totrelieve her After taking Hleclric Hhieri he WHI perf cily cured smutcan now perform nil her household duller Gus ramite ml by JncUfon Drug Co prior Ii Tlie lawyer llnlilt The legal formality of nddresalng a court sticks to ninny a lawyer of con gresaloiml preferment It Is nothing tin tuual to lear an luipnsslonetl orator In tlwhoniie pausing In his argument or hrcaftUicf In upon the argument of an Tither exclaim Now If your honor please Of course thejlilDse always i59iid1augiiterare tulsa many lawyers U Is rarer to hear the familiar vrortls because de- hiatethrcin imiorsa- te1o c Wnnf OffOlil A s aluaeosful wny tp waid WT i rsrIi of old agej loinhlntBinr- n vigorous digestion Thlsc rr eat log only fiuid suited to your age and occupation and wlitn any dUonler of the stomach appear lake a lIe of Chambei lain Stomach and Liver Tab lets to correct I If you liavu a weak stomach or ate troiitilrd with Indiges than you will rliui there Tablets tt be jut t what you need For sale liy Jackson Prng Co 1 A nUlop Tall Bishop Peek of thlleth llst church was a large man weighing over 350 pounds While on a tour and mopping at the residence of a presiding elder the bishop turned over In his beth and the entire turnlture collapsed dropping him to the door with a tremendous thud The presiding elder rushed up stairs calling What U the matter bishop U there anything I ran do for your Nothing Is the matterVlau swered the bishop but It I dont an swer the call to breakfast tell yfjur wife to look for me In this cellar Time Tried mind Merit Prnriiii One Minute Cough Oiir Is right on time when It cones to curing CouglM Croup Vhnoiiig 0 nigh etc It la per fecity harm Ie pleimanl to lakt i id U the clilldreii favorite Oiugh syrup Soul by M S Cralu GREEN SPJAL SPREADS It covers n greater surface satisfactorily than any other paint on the market Trj it and be con winced For by M S Grain The romnion iCIud Old you ever notice that almost all these misers reported in the papers are single men askej Mr Watts Yes answered Mrs Watts Mar neil misers are too common to be worth mentIoningSGREEN SEAL LIQUID PAINT The paint that always satisfies It costs no more thanthe other pureFor S 0 r BARGAINS= AT JONES S FU4ITUiEsToRw f aM333JI 5 We have the finest line of Furniture ever brought to JacksOn Dont think because itr is secbnd hand it is not clean and uptodate I have had the pleasure of selIruaoome of the best people in k LQXJHgipn second hanffl furniture I can show TO ii second hand furniture in Judge k Barkers house that I sold to him r 00 I want everybody in Breathitt and silr rounding counties to call and inspect iriy Furniture i f lt ttj k DO IT TODAY 1 IT LV wELC01VEE io pr fU JD JONES Proprietor p k 1 JoneFurijturcSjeKIIIILTHECOUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsJeww IIFOR CosUii1Oi 111ISurest and Quickeat Cure lor all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LBS or MONEY BACK A Disastrous CalamIty It is a disastrous calamity when you lose your health because Indigestion end constipation have sapped It away KinkIdizziness colic congttpbliont pin Guaranteed nt Jackson Drug Co 250 Evolution of the Skate The earliest known skates were thoe roughly shaped from the canon bone of n horse or cow and Scandinavian ar chaeologists claim an antiquity of lGOO feliD for these The wearer of these rude skatca obtained speed not by n stroke1 of the toot but by pushing him self along with a piked staff Skates nnnde entirely of wood were next Intro ducedjf These were followed by wooden ones shod with that strips of Iron Then were gradually developed Waded skates and finally experts evolved the Fej type Norwegian racer and figure skates of the present day London Standard Son Lost Mother 4 Consumntiun rustic In our family mind through it I lost my mother writes B H Held ol Harmony Mu For the past live years however 01 the slightest sign of a Cough or Ot Idr I have taker Dr Kings Newpiseovery for Consumption which hiss saved me from serious long trouble Ills moth eirf was a sail lor fut Mr Reid hut he learned thai lurg trouble must not be iifgltclrd anti how to cure It Quick est relief and cure for coughs mini colds Irlca 60 and ilCO guaranteed at JaekAin Drug Co Trial bull III free WHEN YOU PAINT TIlE HOUSE See that Unit time work is done hyitMSOraitiJipiug He Wont Find It That waij4 alwayS looking for workit Yes thats what he says but hell one of those people who go round with n snow shovel In July and a pitchfork In January Slot Weather Piles Persons filleted with piles should be careful at thjs seaion of the year lint weather and tad drinking water con tribute to time conditions which make plIes more painful anti dangerous DeWitii Witch Hazel Salve stops tim palndra out the soreness nnd cures Set time genuine bearing the name of K C DeWlttA Co Sold by M S Grain GREEN SEAL PAINT Is used by the best painters the land they as k rule are discriminating folks For ule byMeCran fP t f Id coin HoineseekciN Ekcurnlon Special round trip Hom Wlr i Excursion tickets bne April 18lh at au OW to all points In OkholIIi tories afo fleWm Arkaniaa Texas C S and New Mexico ItX JIar oars jwI r Excursion tickets will bst every first and third Tuetdeelamonth during time ye r to ve terri TJetaio Special oncwny Colonist ExcuY- HldllR r 1 To California smith the Northwest t c P very low rates on ale dailyup to In l eluding May Ifiih also from Sept I5ili to Oct 3Ut Throuah ToUrist t Sleeper from St Lmils very low rates in effect moIenverI iCoin Portland Oregon Lbi AtigVle mind Sill Franclfco California 1Pn sale certain datfs ill April Slay June July August and September I for partlmilar addrers A A Oal1 lagher D P A 419uiliiIit It tsun House Bldg OinttnnatlO J THE HAN IN GRAY 1i s tAlll Gray which Is receiving wdeprad I tadmiration throughout the South J iuue picture rhulcIi lj printed trnmim 0 an extra line etching reproduced from no original drswing iJ Me Robert II II oe time celebrated r tqrterou- l vll1e COlltlltJollrnallt16x2 nchls and is printrtl on flume eliarieietIiiaierS siifllclently heavy fur ue nnrrm e I liii uqmmallysuiItahiio for i It Is executed lit the thren cardinal I colors of the OonfldlraUir hlui anti redon a has been tightly iernirdbfha gem Tlmy are enclosed In Itra rd- inaJlrng tuboj for Mate transmission br- mHthlllIoldlllgany ppjsiblllty of atad8llvery rtend lice reditampa tnT JIrwlnh rprotiflchhoIiwhether you are from the oytii roll- of the South you will be an arithtiis tic admirer of the Hero of te Gray IFoa cIj IJi IJ ftIe dctb th 4 CI ttti Sal nfM um4tgiie IilUll laia Sktgv thurtfsuaIdlINSraeasTaysMIvsJInltm Ur lM4 P j nlo be lIM 140 II I44ij aIni- eSTLVLN IILAMm wU all Alk u It 0DI 55 lik KM Uw itat M t l rn t SICMM And an OUAAMyaa rca QII4Uh ra Ie Ie s 5 Snttro fa S T W BMk W BM i jTLVINAILLjTQOL Ctf re4IPl 5 I P J Uti U k 7l rI v3e 2reathrtt gI J WISE HACllNS Editor jit r Friday Ulny 1 1905 Iti a WIOFESSIONAL CARDS t 1 T 4 TWISE HAG INS ATTORNEYArLAWtOlder over PoitOfllce a JCKSOM KKKTtCKT l ri rxl builneti Intrusted to him k will lecelve prompt and careful at tentionii1R11rflflflnnnh11rlltifilnrTfliilllllt E LGROARK 3 ERt 3 amIiWill practleeyn Hrealhllt Mag jflitj coral llIUNUUUUIIUUWW WLUUtUUU111IS 1e1 FLEENOR rPATTCHf LAWYERS i T l JAOKBON KENTUCKY I ne nyn n n = tANNOUNCEA1ENTS v FOUASSKSSOU We are authorized to announce i iJOHN L STKOXG r sf i BreatliltlRto r t publlcin parti If FQR BHKRIFF- i am a candlilnle for Sheriff ol Ureathitt County at the coming No tivember election I f BRROIC GRXWFURD i h Cpa lirnnch Ky 1 Jf FOR JAIIKR A f Ve are autlinrlzed to announce i Ic LEWIS GROSS IhpcC l to the action oflhe tepiilillcnn 1 isIttrf 1 x 4J THE HAKGIS CASK r 6 ii Judge Parker surprised the t whole country on last Thiirsdny i when ho refused to instniclthei t I jury to find njrninst James 1nrgis J for beingan accessory If1lrtilncbjn the assassination of James 1 iIIi lJfcVjy Nobody has ever claimed a jjUirod the fatal shot but i- tt a contel on of the pro rcu 0fSeleI ndisd didantsecuvfhat they proved beIr l 0n hReasonable doubt tho truth t 4rI tU1eir die nations but wien the itlepce Rs311 in they were 11j srt tjoundetwhen they found w tjist the Jttlge practically instruct courte0 C Kentucky t 14 v t anal especially the good citizens of ft k loolcring for I1rluression that has w JJ l over them since 1899 when Senator Goebcl promised in a plhI 7l He speech hero in front ofHlie j ey pe0111eIr T wanted which promised seeing J J K to us his successor has tried to I icarrJ out to the letterI1 ti t The great majority of tl teo ale 1 jaabitUinJTciUzens equal justice to all and exclusive privileges to none If Jim Hnrgis is guilty theywfont hint punished but if innocent they want him ac I quitted Tho people hero havo become accustomed to a prostitution of the courts but they were not prepared for a like result in tho Blue Grass capital t 0 It seems that thoH1rnng at Lexington who are said to be guilty of election stealing and opst pf the other elates that our gang is accused of except assassination haveYjoined in to acquit cur gang regardless of the evi deuce or law in tho cases It Is1 unfortunate for the Slate of Kentucky i as well as TOI the Democratic party that a part of MS the State administration as well t amillistlRtionsls of small politicians who would 1 a prostitute the law and every sense of common decency to nccom endsdtr We he sUffered much11cTc Zf have had three 0f our lending citi townj7 without usc arid without provo catjon only to get them out of the way and notwithstanding two of tjicin were committed in the most I i 4publiemannerin broad daylight t perpetrators of time crimes yet go unpunished There have ti i litany other murders commit this county during the same Iitiflit1tThane have been commit Ioi li Jf 1IJ I 10 Jr Jc ry 4 1 1 u yq f I because a gang hero have felt to be immune from punish meat in the courts no mutter what they did because they con trolled tho courts and selected its juries sonic of whom would do what they were told Ith jar cut for any one not accustomed to such conditions to conceive of a court being n protection to wit rows rather than honest citizens tWo luivc refrained from straying many things that wu should have said long ago partly for one reason and partly from others We as well as many of tho honest citizens of this county bade right to expect more from our present Circuit court than we are getting but wo have not yet entirely lost all hope and he has yet plenty of time to restore order and confi dence in our county OtirIforests anti our ctrl mines are ti Tactically inexhaustible our coalhaving taken a premium tRt every place it has ever been exhib ited but it is practically valueless to usas long as the reign of terror whichfc has been on here for the past five years continues Capitalists hold iip their hands in holy horror when you otTer them property in Breathitt county saying investtour money where Ave can not protection 4 lifn and property AgainjRvesays we have always sal that a el large ma jority of ourpebple rogoodciti zens anti in favor of the enforce ment of the law We could countthc number of men responsible rift our reign of terror on time lingers of one hand Behold how great a conflagration a little spark sometimes kindletlf One outlaw can disturb a large congregation tf people tit church to + r- iR a The Courietvtfonrnai makes thel 0111theihgtbn ice It 1- hut greatly to be regretted theIfargis case net Ct nil time lai or anti expense in bringing it to an issue was not permitted to- go to the jury on its merits for decision on the evidence adduced j As it was the charge iof Judge Parker cJTrajiCj tfroiind i o flipneatir tIfee of the prosecution forbidding asjt the jury to pass upon the very olTence for which the defendant was thought to be arraigned and upon which most of the evidence introduced hOle After this aston ishing turn of the case there were few who did not look for an ac quittal and a hung jury was the best that was hoped for those who believed the guilt of tho accused hail 1eenr proved That there were two jurors who refused to agree to the acquittal of the prisoner upon any such legal shah as this is creditable to their intelligence and to theirmanhood If liar + ts had beeriMmricd ludgtParkerturned loose who as no one will deny load been placed oiittml for a heinous crime and yet irho was safeguarded by tile conrtagainst conviction ofrhis crime Judge Parkers construction of the law in this instance may or may not be correct Tlie CourierJournal does not offer even a lay opinion on that point nor does it question his purpose to do his duty as he asjJudgocontemptible law just the sort of Inwiindeed that is rpsponsibloI for the lack of respect which is BO much to be deplored just the sort of law which as long ias it is lawwill provoke yie impatient and Indignant lawlessness of the mob 1 It is a very plait proposition that this case should be tried and settled one way or the other nits merits If as Judge Parker has ruled it cannot bo so tried un der the existing indictment then another and proper indictment should be found It would be only adding to the preposterousness pf the situation to piddle with the le mal quibblers who are buzzing that llargis who under Judge Parkers action has not peen tried at all for the crime with which he is really accused cannot be tried on another indictment properly charg ing him with that crime Hung Jury in Jim Hnrgls Case The jury in the case vs Jim llargis failed to agree ten being for acquittal and two for convic lion llargis was allowed bail in the sum of 2B000 which he gave Jand returned luune Monday t ria If v- y fC L f e t j r i 1 A PLEASANT EVENT Judge and Mrs fl W Fleannr Ent taro in Honor of the College Faculty Judge and Mrs G W Fleonrir entertained a number of their friends Friday evening tit their beautiful fiome on College avenue from seven tp ton oclock Tho occasion was in honor of the teach ers of the college who arc soon to depart stud was one of the iuojst brilliant social events of the season It was an ideal evening Tind the hearty welcome of the genial host and hostess and the skillful entertainment in which they v ere assisted by Iuh Fleenors cousin Miss Lillie ftiirst elicited loud praise train the entire party At nine oclock thee party was summoned to the dining room where tables Wtfrc found laden with good things mt Most delicious and delightful supper was served The tables were beautifully deco rated with immense snowballs and mountain honeysuckle and here amid these bowersof native mountain bloom the party in obedien 1 to heart solicitations partook heartily of the j s meal jri Music was finished by Mrs Kate S Bolmndnaiul Mrs C B Oickson interspersing the happy and interesting conytrsat ions and withal there was mirth and joy rife The guests were Prof and Mis M L Girton Mr and Mrs Abel H Patton Mr nil Mrs J Sam uel Head Dr and Mrs Charles J Dickson Mr and Mrs1 Blair McLin Misses Evalyn Byrd Kay Sue E Reese Amy and Louise Culdwell and Prof J F Lukens of time college faculty Misses Fan nie and Lillie Hurst Intur- ellrOII CollieBowntanamidmfrs I S Bohanon and Messrs John Eo Patrick S Fleenor Dr W P Hogg Kelly Kasli and Seldon llargis I Malt Slam Con vict+ d Matt Sloan was convicted in the Wolfe circuit court for the term of three years in tho penitentiary for shooting and wounding Tricky Tom ThanM it Lee City several l5tJitf IlasC IatlUs7m A St Louis base ball team advertised to bo composed entirely of St Louis girls hut in realty half of hem wore men arrived hero Tuesday to play our home team Our boys though not in practice nail only having about four lays notice carne very near beating the St Louis girls 0 the score ending 8 to 7 in favor of the girls 0 Thfe onlythmg frtrriliallIculine gender Our boys liow evciv showed their gallantry by letting th4visitfltA win by merely I jone run i litrC013I 1= SP Nfl1 iltCii ls1Ia III 1iMiss Susan Brock of Longs Creek visited her mother on Buf falo Sunday William Green and vifoTlof itinfIllensince last Thursday- Last i week ug Sarah Hnlyors passed through the gates into the city Micro consumption the cause of her death is not known to join tho company of heijmiother and two children that huh gqneon before her She leavesa hind and one child to mourn her loss George Denton Betticy sonr and wife are quite ill nt their home at the mouth of Longs Creek It was feared Sunday night that GedrgtJ would not live through ilk night hut ho is thought to be some belter Mrs I Deaton is suffering withsevere thrills J7 A smions difhculty occurcd at John Spicers on Longs Creek last Sunday evening between Price Ingrain and Elisha Smith Yon t inn of Ingram Smith throw a rook which cut a serious wound in Ingrains head Several shots were fired but did no damage Friends interfered anti prohibited further bloodshed Whisky is j said to be the cause R l FOR ANY BUILDING Inside or outit doesnt matter Green Seal Liquid Paint i jtime paint for you For sale tJroIM art Crain fcKi t oJ j 1 I J0JJ b 0 1 By this sign you will know and can find DIAMOND RINGSPLAIN GOro RINGS HEINZJE11l1In Ore PjUKXIX lKkl OTON KY fgjii CHOICE WEDDING PRESENTS IN OUR LINE OF CUT GLASS AND SILVER g Why SendYour Money Away s r FOR v N Sewing Machii1es N 1 tQi OJ When You Can Buy thBest In- Direct Your Own Town From the Maker Atjfls Low Prices andon Better Terms t u I L S0utllca er it aiiulnrtd1J lrti wy Knoll fcoiuity 1rimiiry Tlio Deniotimtic1 primary at Hindnmn for nomination for coun ty ollicers passed off quo tly last Saturday Wile A Combs was noimiimted for Iounty Tudgitla son Bieliio for County AttorneyJ George Hays for ShIIITTohn Jones for Assessor Gabriel hurl son for Jailer 11 II Ambilrgy for Clerk Maher Martin 101 County h Iiiincis TlBftforIJm clrtoNrv i niMAir- V The primary iaLre County Las I Sdurdny restiIttIu tollo vs ftfin euid for County JuOge II y Bwtt l for CountyAltbriiej Ppitde 1n fo aontyrJrl II ael flc r4 Spfcer fdrW5ler h11 G NY his man for Ass ssorCJJCtttul79tmu tnrHf M i-dyli Liuleloral Wur iii t Ifel1 iron M sawyInnenri rnnninif PnreP hlplya nothingntsn would Meal fill uhleli i had fUr fflwl for 6 sear 1Jit1 emnrrrlaua heiiler fur cut fnrIm II ind wrwlna- Ounrnotetd rat Jaenrt Drug On lif 11oltln noun IUCI WrltliiRln 11i4 UdlelKlt Int of yPa Ioidii rIrJ lt Cuililell furoefUlie alma liiii ImliiM running buuvcpn ireeiikliotfl unit Olmrlulio will l1A hh Hiroiicli n ciilillntiDini city nud tale llint the oi+ xt nllHtylilMHjcnr hit t of iliH North Crirollim Unilmnil liy Hie So ul hei n Will cull fur four iruckH in tend ofuiif So indeed ft will and thiN rcnilniln us of Ihti atrpi nlle ttntenirnt In tint Vufthinxtoii traP imleMn nf The tot of TQtitfrilnv IIaIicfcrcifIt- nod4 will toniorrotr begin ctnling on the ilonliln track htiivcpiiUrriiitliori nnil II lull Iolnt It la H cMiiiiriilg vvoiilur hovv llm SoiitliHrii KHllivny e1 liit 111 tI liHtultti o natty IiNlm passenger and freight nil n dffiili Iretictwepii Orernnhoro nnil ClmiliUr with f o few ncclilonts HiU H onllniiliiK Tithe of con ruUilntldli to tin alert MIH i clarhlndd Iralti dljinltlieiM TIt Ii n JIPllt tysiein Hie iniil effective developer of the South nml 1JtljtnkenllllllclIhhlrekIn and of Its irnlllo h1IVIIIiltliffhlj years front mow 1A 01- eerver Ie TO OBTAIN THE ig1 iI J Olt SOUTHERN RAILWAY w ii J S II HAHDWICK y TIuasenger Trtlp MlJafteiJV 1r II r YLO General Passenger roren V b j JI i iI lit jfJia- N J u THELEXINGTON t j 1 HERALD fI Tho great honip f ftapeit of Centra Kifltiiclfv The representative of time Illiu- r J1Wl TT f If y otiibii to keep informed all ttnL ImpiKnin s in Centra Kcntucky you cannot afford t do without The Lexington item mild Vitli cpmplelo Associates tta nil itw Tgitiumatttrnce tmclH WIt II wsL stair of any paper it tinUicVy The Herald is indis I Iu+nahliiao every citizen of th flllue fnt of tliejiioiiritaihs Its r II i oiler Tin lexingtoirileraldand The New both for one year for 000 in ad Irwf r ji es Sjjfr re Silver Novelties aftCLF itnd8 of first class u yhallnn FL ENR f JEWELER ANOPPTICIAN JACKSON KY ll lONIOUS COMBINA fet I01 re easily recur i Will Seal iquid Points e R d in 461d11 tints an For le Crain Si yr I 1- ti 1 V J t DAY BRO j COMPANY + fi Wholesale and Retail have the most complete stock of 1i1 i I t GENERAL I l1 j MEROHANDISE f iJ Y i Ever brought tb Jackson Consisting of itli I JI L tiI i UtA I J JI If t4 rfit jf h fr frIUtqJt rp JQfrS fjQe Wo love the finest line of shoes in East ern Kentucky Our men1 shoes are of- 3k the la lest 8Kl e J we have the mVs fFashionable Lot yITHE LATEST 0 1 I MILLINERYt This Department is under the man t agement of Miss Margaret Basket whoe can show yo- uTh S LatestvStyle Hats direct from New York City Also FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS In all FreshfromIf you need any House Furnishings or FURNITUREWa are the people you lUte looking for fwe have it by car loads te suit T Fr every bodyJCome and serr IU Pricesfi1J= it t I DAY BRas Js- r i e COMPANYt diiscy- yy1s J sonfKentuckyt l4 1 1 vpi I 1 LA f i j f jI J r I vliJ k I yi f i Tile Breathitt News PgbllHlHil Every Friday I I t local and Personal ft f Stop with Hurt Him ut Reed hotel when in Lexington Von t fall to rend Jones adun issueItIi shirtsJtir H ForIexmgton Ico Cream see the Jackson Drug Company John C B Taulbce of Taulbee Iv S here on business Thursday I IumhricJA C itusgdlof Clay Hole II i i weekIj 3on business r jSrfRbbcrf Clrlio Clark county was visiting hisunoled11 Clarl- th jjinit of the week r 11 Pl SmIth and wife of hillm mOd camsuli Monday to spent I t afow weeks in Jackson iolin 0 AI Dayof WincWcr was lure during limo 1cek the iniesfo J B McLin =With the advent of warmer days call on the Jackson Drug Co and ample their Soda Water i xJr AleyVatts and Judge Camp iHi of Lost Creek were visiting j friendsit town last 8atunlrHr Mrs IiC Bowling and son Willie of Longs Creek were in town last weekon business Mrs William Belcher of Crate creels visited J L Moore and funnily Saturday and Sunday Col E C Woolen of Iln Will in tow if Monday buying furI IIIIIe of Day Bros Co for new borne to r 4 Nothing but the best 14 xington Ice Cream Will In Ittlur lee Cream Sodas at the l1W keep Drug Company JV baby May have reel fcriMi r1 dn toll where thc Iwisheen spending the winter d i t i vC the residence of G G Itrovn and IsI adding much to the appearance Mr Browns property Miss Ada Dalton who has been attending school for the past six I months returned to her house at taut Bernstadt Wednesday Miss Eliza Bowling who hits b en attending Lees Institute mince the first of the year return ed to her home at Crockettsville Sunday Col C J Little of Winchester has hell hero for the past week taking up land for the Continents Realty Company whici he con tracted for sonn time ago Col P T Wheeler of Hazard who has been in the Indian Terri 4 ton with u view to locating has f returned and is now in Jackson where he will likely locale y Marriage licenses have been is Sued to the following Wayne j Taulbee and Miss Ltda llollon v both of Simpson Harvy Gross and ttt Miss Evalino Osborn both of Oak L dale Nick Combs of Hazard whose daughter and son have attended Lees Institute for the past year came down Saturday to attend the commencement exercises They Ifretutl1ed home Monday t There will be regular service at the Presbyterian church next f Sunday morning and evening by Rev AY W Powell the pastor ItevAt the morning service applicantf t for membership will IreCIVetI lb into the church Rev W II SitWvpf Stephens uYg KV wiH preach at the slid utiSt c1mrehnl morn and evening atiiI hII- IItttill echlllch is lokingforunrd ton selection of a pastor to fill the place of Rev UL Baker resigned 1 W lien 11 BigstalT returned 1vueWednesday on the fortieth I of his surrender to the Union Army lie has resign i 1 ied his position as Chaplain of the Confederate Home at Powen Ynl Jew to take uphis work again inq this county lIe says that that work Is too easy for him lie went immediately to his work on Frozen t I y- J I tp A IWILUANT CLOSE omnienceinont at Lees Insti rule Draws Largo Crowds Other Notes The grade cntorfuhunent at the college chapel Saturday night the initial exercises of the commencement was attended by one of tho largest and most respectable undj ences ever assembled in that hall An interesting program hud been arranged and to say that every detailwas fulfilled would not bespeaking fulsomely The audi ence consisted of people of Jack son and surrounding country who were eager to rjee something of the training that Piusbeen given in this institution during the past year x Resides tho prominent citizens of Jackson there were present such distinguished guests as Her R II Beattie President of the Presbyterian Theoligical Seminary of Louisville and Dr and Mrs L II Bferiton of Danville Ky who are so well knotvn here tw yrogranjme for the evening iafw selected and was so judi nci shy arrangedas to permit oftlmeprinaryleparttpent fercnt features were skillfully pro pared and their rendition evi denced great care and perseverance on then part of the instructors Miwll boys and girls were trained with marvelous skill to perform different functions and their performance elicited loud praise of Miss Louise Caldwell who hUll charge of the primary department during the past year and who had hinge of their training for this xrcasion The program consisted f songs drills and plays by the little 1111IIntl was most interest timid The lieIdearly established the fact that in the young boys and girls of Jack son there is the prospect and promise of unbounded achievement and attainment SlrI 11111 rill IIII 11 ollisIThis is the second time Dr BcntA tie huts been chosen tolelivirUjui ermon and the school and4 public in general ire to bo ron gratuliited upon the wise choice The chapel was packed to its ca pacity to hear this distin tbfeii1 speaker nnllnil present were richly rewarded by a great sermon Ho again addressed a large and appreciative audience in the chapel Sunday evening Owing to urgent demands at Lexington and Louisville Dr Beattie was com pelled to leave on that early Monday morning train mind ctmjd not be present at the closing exercises The annual musicale was given at tho chapel Monday evening in a pupils recital and was one of the most pleasant and interesting features of the commencement The hall was well tilled with an anxious iiidienco which was entertained for one and a half hours with most delightful music Without a sin gle exception time program was carriedout every part being ably performed The first song of the evening was by tho chorus class the stin tub pftrts Bridal Somrnnd When Life Is Brightest This rah followed by a piano trio by Misses Winifred Brophey Addie Lyon and May Taulbed which was rendered in a most skill fuVand delhhtfIlIIl1 nner Misses Reese and Ray then sang a beautiful duet See I the Pale Moon which way received with hearjy appreciation by the entire audience Miss Violette Davis then ron tiered a beautiful solo one of thj most charming productions of the evening which tints receivedwith hearty applause by the audicnce Following this in a piano duet by Miss Davis and Miss Lh zie Cope in The Little Hatchet Story the appreciation of tjie audience was manifest hollowing this coming in such delightful alternation was a song by Mrs Will Cope Because I Love You Dear This was followed by two piano solos by Miss Emma Crawford which were rendered in an excel lent manner as shown by the en cores received 7 Then in vocal t tio1asGirt011 Mrs and esesang fi beautiful soThinAngel r of I Probably the most interesting feature of the evening and one which elicited most hearty applause was a recitation by Amiss Jeannic BradshitU entitled MinUel This was followed hn vocal solo by Miss Be ImtjUedIf Mftllys Eyes Next was a piano solo Taran tdlaby Mrs fJirton arenditioit oxpresslydeligiitful to the entire Hildicncc + Chili watt followed by a quartet by Mr and Mrs Girton and Misses Reese and Ray A piano duet which was highly and received mud Jhpipllansway Eddie Cardwcll and closed tlifc musical renditions of the evcjiing The program was finished by a beautiful Jong Light and Gray rendered by tho well trained voices of the chorus class Thus closed one of the most interesting and delightful musicales of the institution one whichre flects profound credit on its pro motors Tuesday evening witnessed the closing exercises of the commence ment Tho main features of the evening was an address by the tier Dr lIInitt of Danville and the reading of a graduating essay by Miss Emma Crawford The subject of Miss Crawfords essay was The Beauties of Country Life It was n literary m and was read with remarlmblo grace and beauty She appeared on the stage in a white costume and car riedred and white roses Dr limits address on Edu cational Values was bne of time most forcible addresses ever de livered in Jackson These were interspersed with delightful music bothoemh and instrumental artt tIN losing ex ercises Wfi deeilImi Iro OT- IItr t5 WI st break luau en l mitory by leavinjj west morning fUhi knit jehanonjJ Oh Prof Lul rYw been fu f I ll the insli ctltorhas done HJ1exewfifnt Worjf c i- On AVednesday mortiing lisses Arty and Login Caldwell took their leave for home the former who lives at Campbellsville Ky andthe littler at ltnbfonl1a MisS Louise has had charge of tho primary department during the past year and by great skill and adaption to this work huts raised this depaatment to a higher Plano thins heretofore realized Miss Amy has had charge of the colle giate department niv has lanai test cd great abililyand thorough ness in this workF- Miss Sue EJteeioJenr1llurs day morning for Asheville NWCi beingHpfom 1 panicd as far ns LexingtoteMk Mrs Girton Miss Heeie has hnn I charge of the intermediate depar ment during the past year and 1W j given supreme satisfacti6m this I branch of work MIss ttay who lids tail cKarge of the music dcpartmety will re main in Jaeks ifor a few weeks to continue instruction Aliss Ray has done some highly efficient work in this department his t in evidence in the delightful musicales given during time commence mentf j Thus with an nlat ofain fill departures one hone the teachers took their t leave gbin toItheir widely separated liancs7 some to the fair land of theSnjih some to the HOlll flOIflhuuiOflMfle- to the Buckeye State and fonV to remain in the State of iir wn a nativity leaving Jaclcspn a deserted hind lonely spot j This has been atnoetirosee us and progressive year with the n stitution Tho school hasn rianagemenI jf in its administration IvS 1 The old reputation ioBtho ho has been ilost far ably continued Under tho carey Mrs Girton as matron girls have been kept with inother care and with nil the kindness a fondness of home Thus w thommdleparting we bid a sy l g- bye D hoping that theytnl tin their home circle a r now the pleasant days as of yore time v tionkray be pl S kj graces and new iIE to bethai i 11 jjc I f Hello Good Morning i 1 called you up to tell you that JRBLAKE has a strictly first tlass quality and a full hne ofc hn If General MerGhaiiidisev A 4ri+ k z JLdJtand is sellin fliem so K cheap that V unless you want to go away from his 1 store with more goods for yquVddl lars than yon can buy anywliere else yon had better not call on him r t h CLEAN SWEEP SALE The polloui99 prices are for ash or produce LIENS SUITS 12 00 Suits now 8 49 11 00 7 49 10 00 0 49 8 00 5 49 7 0 449 u 319 0 r 2 49 MENS SIIOFS 4 00 5 s now 349 400 274 I i1i 1o300 Jtr 1 74 to L n 150 119I 1 25 98 iIENSIIAtSY 53 00 I Ittts now 1 98 2 f0 u 1 74 2 00 119 1 50 1 19 1 00 79 75 49 UADIES SKIRTS 54 00 Skirts noww S2 98 3 00 t J i 98 2 5 H 1 74 2 oo It 149 1 00 t 79 a We orklnghnrd for your tntllo ury ljrjillllIreELMAN iVriiE BEATji BOLL Watt Johnson an old and re spected tjitizeivpf near Turkey creel in tlus county lied last Sunday tit reicumonia He was buried holiday at the family bury ing ground in the presence a larK number of his neIgHbors friends T Jefferson Chagibers ol died at Samaritan Hospital at Lexington last week of complication of diseases He had been at the hospital for treatment for about two months Ills remains were brought home for burial Mrs A C CaSsitylictl at lien home at Cannel City last Tuesday of lung trouble after a sickness of several months funeral way conducted by Her P W Powell of time Presbyterian church after which her remains were buried in time Joseph Little grove ard just below College Committee Revs T D D- oC Lexington and F It Beattie Dof Louisville were in Jack son Friday and Saturday the past boardofcoatitibritlri IJcj 4 t 7 t A 4t GROCERIES 2 Tbs Arbucklos Coffee 25c 17 bugs 18e Coffee now 13c Tomatoes per can 9c Apples per can ftc Peaches per can 90 9c wTobacco lOc Syrup per guitar 33c MENS PANTS 5 00 Pants now 3 49 4 00 2 39 I ta r 2 19 tll tl 4 t it 1 A 41 1 50 1 19 t iaI 2iU BOYS SUITS 3 IO Suits inw224 1 00h i 1 98 2 10h 174 ou rfi39 I 1 fiOU h 1 19 LADIES SHOES 1 CjOjShoes now 2 24 qIQ 18r anIrw r6 X it- 2fpairs Rubber Roots to bo closed out at fM Rro n d r ilalil1g nail bit us 0 to I oQ J GAIN HOUSE I of D of Ath Her town C Thompson LJ I 250 of = o cKev R L linker who hmseel- pastor n of tho Baptist church here for the past two years has resign ed his position nndgone to Pike rifle Afr Bakerfhndlnansi lriends here who wprje sorry to seo him leave It was under his direction that the Baptist church here was builtf MAIUCKTI GuttiedVery slow and welt modern and common classes 10 to 15c lower Fair to good shippers 6 00 t 5 85j butcher stecas5 SOr Eon mon to fair 2 75 tQ4 i5 Hogs Slow 5c lower Good to choice packers 5 35 common to choice henry fat sows 1 15 to 4i7f light shippers 5 to 5 25 pigs 110 pounds and les- x450 s to 5 20 Sheepextru 5 00 good to choice 4 50 to 1 90 common to- fuir1 to 4 85 I mbsy common to fair 425 to fl 85- Calves good to choke 5 to 5jc common to rough 3 to Ijc C h ALWAYS THIN GHEEN SEAL PAINTS With pure Linseed Oil for nil outside work This paint is of heavy body amdneeds thinning It thus becomes more economical for the consumer For side by SCrainw 4 N S t 4 p 1 Jr J + P p 111WF DJ1IE50CYOl 0 yl r Look before j r Of I I f70U Purchase fSuy did you know we had the I I T LI t OF OODS IijOUJpI You can spend money anywhere but wLen it comes down to now uptodate right priced Wltedged valne please the customer and pleasure to sell of merchandise we bare it u VvE3HcEE3 t All made to tit well and wear well nobby and dressy and as ta cheapas others sell old shop worn It is not possible for nr T il der in the colrainy to otter better genie atlthe acme price Ask any lady town wbere to buy your 1 Dress Goods and Notions Y J The verdict is unanimous Truly your friends 0thLfPiII Ladles Fine Shoes iJi II No Cut of Vamps in Li Courtneys Sho FOR SALE BY A P Crawford CP j I v1 wuaCj r Z 0 r2s5252S2S252Si525ZSZSeS25dSueS2Se 5iR52M k a r a R M SHELYMSHELY MANUFACTUHEKS AND DEALERS IN 11 MARBLE AND GRANITE 1 Monuments s rti rr 1Iii tan Tombstones Irn- j- i 1 Satisfaction guaranteed Call or write for prices and save Vinonuy by buying from us m i 22 YEARS I3XPERIENCE j- iMla f1r m IIfJLCKSONt BREATHIT1 COUNTY KENTUCKY SHasasHaasasHHHSHsasasHSHsasHsasHSHSssasHsasasasBsa M UPTONOW Printing TIUJ NKWS has addednew faces of typo to its job de partment and is prepared to scripI done such as LETTER HEADS- ENVELOPES BILL HEADS STATEMENTS oSIIIPPING TAGS TIE RECEIPTS MINUTES CARDS LABELS CIRCULARS INVITATIONS PROGRAMS ETC Anent jog and a fair price always guaranteed Try us if you want to be pleased Work Doge Ug promised W H Henderson Ayres Street OIPPOt Ofllso IEXINOTON KY DIALED IN Grain Seeds Feed Wheat Ure Barley Oats and Corn lenluckyBlue Hay Straw nilj feed N k 1 = SPECIAL ONE WAY COLONIST RATES t l TO TilE rrWestCalifornia i VIA 4 Southern Railway March 1st to May 15th and September Igtlj to October Blat inclusive FROM LEXINGTON 3640 3790 3900 4040 To Helena Butte Anaconda MlssonU smut many other Intermediate points Ti Snkaiie llshintnnlband ninny inedlttie pumas S To Sun Francisco Sure EI411mllllUIHntlllli AIQt I 1uixpuliitsITo lortlnndOreonTa ContlIsslIngUnSat lie Wa liInpt niVmiciii rev B 0 Victoria B 0 and many other points In Washington Oregon and British Co liinibta Tim Hiiiilliern Hallway offer the very best and most convenient chrd nits from Lexington sad Loulivllle tu pones Neat Norlh ve t and Its CIiI foriiin 1 wo train dally from TexIngloH to 1 de1f ypgllbnle day coaches and FREEJ 1 RECLINING OIIAIR OARS on all trains Vrfte for information i- T11 CREWS T p A Th t r vTHHUNGERFORDD JlJIV oulsyiiie t XV t tN11 J4 S T l I jot L L m r j Ft Jc 0 p Ji I N t QlDm ti rJ 1 kVJ BACfILLER r t i iii I t f W hIjJJ GfIlI I I i j IJt hY I n retlg Ii th mlncd cCIIIIII jat h el On1thuw 4 otto wi wJHt Mid stirred my Ituag t fj ln tlwtti cakii not fully to my BB4e5itMKflnaJulcr Mttle by I iJU gcew x ou me ami what au ef Yl if had Bp iuJ thought and life urer aftlt I IKuldviiOt dar to esti 11 mate Aad twon JaB ght out thfc poet of tli6 hills t jjie called him and gdt to bow tmd nvqB to respect him InspUc of his u tcl aspect Uncle Eb sWmii Lthc bolllug sap put more ifebS oijpi fire nnd camo and pulled off hlsjMots fnd lay down beside meBunder th oev And liear 1A rt rtitt if d ther ck tff arch 1 sod I reiueBilwr feeling tr e Eofl band upon my ehett tuid ov I rose aud stared aLoufuie lu the E suadovja- M ilreani as be aheolt inejgently Wake up my boy s Come wvlliu pilt fer h w 4 t TU et11 W1aoulttt old mau hell1 a lautertf as be stood 1fore me tli Maze jdickerlug J1herdwaB a tear eouiedarknem all aWuml 7 COlne Wlllle t basfe ewlil Irtd 1111 e Put on r jrec booti iut linos yer ittle cSat an uumer Tk rc was a ailgbjy f s lu tlio for I tlt audiey puffsTof snoV cainej wbl11 4 iUng lti dt tWi1Vtf stored th aikd mli nd buckeH HASicoycred the t krlt I v Till lofty tret tol reed aadL creaked 1 tot UB and a 1ltll Bonoroiia miwu Vall nevnK tbrouth the Mf nn t I If the nlNll of tilt wind had touched l ill mlfhty bUll utrlng In the tml er Wt ooukl hr the crash and thunder i ef falling tree 1 Make hut1 Make baste Jt0resky I her lilt pucl Eb II be b u ttali4 a ras We starttll throuidlthe h1 j J aud afMreol H Itfahrht aa ll t IIwt oMrlUC be IItte box t r ioi tlctt he r rrl d Vacf10011 wiwiUifil Jii Ow aitd I r uiwub r how be Y jjtjli i fcatf out of bcMtb fteit nnd 1 i r bnHMl it wltlt hili raltteua to let out Ufht We hd taad the scntter ttii l lng growth of little timber at the ejge I JJt1he wood wneu the gloto of the r I iru iiMippcd aud tell A nioaeui 7 l i fer we tood lit utter diDrkueaa rew1or the flnit time then that 4 bad Ax jNt iguei Ood II take care of iwMft t iAM Uncle Kb If he dontVell t 17 i LVi e tu tbls worldJI rl t IaCkliUlt Icy wall of ulght Tery ld of us I ne er irb u the light of UodjC jo utterly estlugulHluHl wMIL to JaV Mine HH on v3lyraaqJIIJSifjo Itthi ttet 1 an Utc Iu tbttJt Ui I lJU 1iieI auft hoV tits 1 I w ami kiew we totleiV anil lUrkuwm Htraiutng G I t wltlhll pou awalLtlult i ej I pIIour r1l1i IJtitore1- i W r It II Bd made r UM fack with hlj i tWlhUt hearrso wuch trollt i iQ3JI Ar IliItli eve Jon It Jy IOJJ w k lr v i oflw lf take 1IIId1 f u u ebb Itll bring iw home t liti eyuldut keep my fp t any I VW t ra trmlUlJl dro tu 11i e UJ uer Die The Tolee of Uncle Mvnied far away and wlwu I anli Ittvtkc snow aud hutmy jyw to sleep t Wa e v axUJoT uk se iintll p 7 S 1h I l 1Uy l1 IIJ UUtIrIvrJ Jtt1 plck mUl 1111 altwith lie along the side of tbS wart I was but l Ul1 roUMiuua liet1b t1roJlltd UI ii der a tre VhoHe hare twigs luahwl be tr a4 lr wy cb k8 1 banl- i him tearing tW branches iuvkgefy nuil i luuttniu 4r Tbauks to Ood Itr tilt blue beeob I nhull never t bow f he turmjl anjt held to m11JuiJlui1 vntthelb4Iouwlillll tu Ielthl otlttllrtcI- Jf tny blooiiSDp IlllaUKh1 a Jllfy nnd f The Btoijlnid beiit i liIlYlrda B u drvltd ou me 1lEe OOllotnr tt llIbeIf iCtunied anil tried to run while 8tr to 111 rIIt tall and every J step I felt e stluglug grab of the beech There 1 a llttlt Wain iiprons my cheek today that uwrkM a footfall Of one of thufit whips IB a uioment 1 Ws ai wide awake im Upefelijb nnd detllIQ mOle itluiulatlosi The wall Jot1 u to the paatuK lane find there it waeall1 enough to make our way to the barnyard and up to the doQ jof the house whleb liad a candle tuen window 1 reinemlier Iuhl- wauliaBltdrrc1 to com after IM Hint 1 mU how bl took Untie Jil tii bllnrmatfkt h tlI tlilutluS nth d x rfltn aiid carrldtiliu tii the jounge t Jtlftftk blood ou Iny fai MB I passed wlrr CaRlI KUzubeth Br wr came running and pn lilt one xbince nnd xiiftml otijt of doors with the dipper It Wnsfull of snow when she ran Jn and tore tie wrappings off my neck anil bc gan tpru mYiiI uiid cheeks wltti the cold calling loudly for Grandma llbmctteV She came In a moment anil hffeSLtihVsfrlj5jiaK oi our feet and le li I remember ymt she nllt my trottners with tktl aheara 081 lay outlw o rwhl ItKsi others rubbetl my feet witii Uiieeot1UI bands and ears were lMidiy frostwl but u an hone the wMtfM M had gone out of them nud be lyturBtlng blood burnt like a lire Ifitw queer b stares I heard them HAYWlltIIU tt th llrst cume to And i flflUOlBla a ronr of laughter broke j t1 evwjfswlj said fie nrwently Bffl Mvfe It aH yjurs thl llckln lj J rtliltibQtllJr It hurt me worseuj t J flma be told the sfpr ofcthe blu Y f tie twit day was ttiaj c ll J 1d1 1 J IitnlJettll f wJ9 MtU 1t if chill a duy wh u water tbrowu 4 iti fir vnuie 4owu In clinkfag al and kbeatba of friwt Ity thlcK JOjI l ut that tllJ fllIiCIngthe few d sttl1 r L t jIi J ttc 1 h f ty r II r JIll 111J OJ IA 7 fli y 4 j Opportunities California The trade in theJQrient is opening up i i L t9ur exports to J p n pd Cliina s ivi i 1Jo UrIng1e 1 asl yeaI I 5 rrhere villsQol1be a tr ge int tthe trade of the Pacific CQastclhesVltJtitthe Far o i East J t i tjr Big qpport nit S for the tnan v1 Hvs there Vhy not lobk the field over ir f62V5prChicago to San Franciscq or Los Angelesandreturt I 2 3 9 10 11 1 2 30 3 1 Ij Ault 6 7 S 9 10 1 I iWiV j daysi1k Rate lor a dnubleJj Ss li m a con1fQrfable tour1 1st sleeper jrdm CKo to San Francisco Los Angels Santa Barbara and other points rf train service from r in Caliiorniaonly 7iw14irough J Union Passenffe Statlahv Chicago via the tr i It fit Chicag Mljlwauktie ft St Paul inlon Pacifc MI outhern Pacific Line Mff J ThisJs ille route of The Overland Limited leaving Union I passenger Station Chicago 6 m and The California Expr uatIo25 Tie California Express carries tourist sflepjmg cars to California eirerv day oth trains carry I standard sleepers Complete Information sent free on receipt ofcouixm with blank lines tilled fW SvHOWELL OtnIKasteraActntSi Broadway NEW YORK CITY V orf F A MILLER General f ii eager Agent CHICAGO I n =d1 IInl r III dlUractlrI rnJ mSX came JHroerscfivrful uouiiHi4iUi tg t rt telOt erI II t1tg t M foot flCk d I ctosJ uitly OK crt It h 1I ftou ne ivvut luiuiV out Rfttl RcroIJRnd I rtgllrdII1tlIlio reader may jatluT much from thetie frank aud ftirQnulag words of Ortl1dlUa HlsiitttiSt Wlicn 1 16s uiy mail mou Dleu I hnv two son Au when I come ucrdia I tiring him vltb uiv Abu he rougit hut den kc iio bat oiau f Abe was the butcher of the neighbor bo A hat 1 I I1 lullleJ IItollybearttll nt oll lIr umuifiioui he Yaukee furui eriw thut uwlh oimtrj hires to do tho cruet UiltitfH tiitt hate td be done lie wOrnKraijjrtHtydirty elothea aud hal H vole llkt a ileitiii whistle Uls tough 1 I h l YlIl1d wlllg with ttiluti1Home crenturenrtf loyvtl lllay uiidef tlic bed In fi Iiroweri wheh AbeMMiUi hIIWI1I8Ull aft ty mi1 ltii hIlt lody vrork nut oatlii Bucii unU were th IIjj JJfhtortHI ot 1I tblrtotth IfWfts fH UlojjiinofiK the help to lee orate their Hiuech profanity for tbe mere ouiid of JrIUld thetoul- 11lOlIthlIIIfliw minded men spread II vm the fields Ab6 tamu u with nu old bay liorite mid a rickety btickboard Ilia OIIB foot on the daxb as he rQd git iik plcluro a daredevil flulsji The lash of Ith bull whip Haug iiround htiti and hUtgriat Vul tjlf ltI blaots of nolMf ahead When Ive heard a fearful yel anil rumblo la thQ Ulstuiice wa knew Abe WAS coming bbc ebuie said Jnindiua Bis nett ifpn Dleu he nlakt de leetle rock fly1 Ps lle tile coming of a 16como th wlth roar of wheel lind whistle lu iny chllilhood us SPOil as I saw tho clbud oJC lOSrl llllt for the iwl aria rfam Its frloiidly over would peek out often but never venture far until Um niauof blood Jiad gone f ua hlldrcu ho Avna 11 marvef of wickedness ThOre1 wore those ylio old hov he unit Ktood In the storm outt I htullil dnretl tho Almighty toseihf iiiriUhtijUg upon him jtw ill I red had grown BO old and Inllrm that otie day they sent for Abu tox0liiu and put an end to his mlery Kyery man ou lho farm lovctl the old dogahd not dye of them would rulAu u hand ro kill hiiu Hope and I beRN hat Abe WIIK coming to do and when the men had gone to the Held hat stll morning we lifted Fred Into tii little wugoii In whlcK he had ouco drawn lIItalllJstnrtlug back to the Wru Htolt away with 11IU through tho deeir grans of the meadow until we itiiu out upon the highroad far below We had planned to take him ttf school Sind mike him u nest lu tho woojl shed where he could share our luncheon and Lit out of the way of peril After a good deal of dIUldilty Iud heavy pull Ing we Jot to the roadat last The old tloi now blind and helpless sat m tentv ly In J1i9 tvagdu vije Ha wheels r We118dwhen SVTT luJBl tLa red bride roar aaidtlliltamJUujell 111tl 1 c 1 ft 0 t 1 lij 1 4 k t y10 J I fIt I J 41 1i4i L M litc p Name A t ii Jt i- tStreetaddreuWf t r City 3 State Y t Probabe desUnation J CALIFOKIU 7 = = ===1= = well gitswore atr I I looked abtfut me in a paplc for some lilace to bide the party but Abe was coming fast and there waa ouly r time top k up club3 And stllt1 Our ground v r lit uriu r1t7 YIHrtfagoln Ii r i Rr He MwkbHl th p a IbuCguffaW tbat ratig IB the MeariweSSa y Wlmtll ye give rae tie asked leaning forward Ida elbpwii w 111- 1kllltSWtult1I yeTxke ine if 1 awit kill hlmr- I thouglit ft moment Tbeii I pt tlllybI II1I itpoebt andpreseotly took out my JaTafeJife t tnllSure 1ucle Ebaltad btwfclrt for1 me and looked nt Itjfeiiiily Then r 6lfered lttbhuiA- galrl heliiughed loudly Hj Anyt lnge1 ierllled a thtll Hope mVbuggiag theo ilicking her bah t tI M 1 rJn A Ah Ck shIo evt1tn lifr ri pi t J lcfift- s tI I 11l fp ahft ne e Iot J 11 hI of flie wood siied Wnat with Ttlltbe Worry of that day I said my lesjiona podrly arid went home Wlth a load on my heart Tomorrow wouil f l1h urdiiyj bow were we to ge water to the inerjf we rM II 0 dtsnreL wl ffie 1Ji- J I evpr laid Its Jllllltnon m 011 eclenee WeJiotb uvid II our bjead anil butter nml doiTghiuila nr dnp but we Jmdo many choreij tOt HVHB Impossible toVg to tbe MhoglhafllsP TVltb So wlriCll tu rt ul away flint night NvbSlalMvere n eeji Iud take the food froni ltd btdjng pluwi- In the excitement of thedAy neIUf4r of us bad eaten njHchiThmfjoug t we were HI nnd pent sto ba r1jr WJien Hope Clime Into my rooti Jojfr stairs late lit the evejilng wc ve Jlxlh desperately huhgry We Joolied St our store of dougbnntB null bread nnd but iTerundcr iny be l We counted It over WonA you try one o the doughr htitsT 1 whlsjierwl boiling thnj be would B X yw B0 at V could try One jilso for they did smell mighty goofl Twoufdnt be right said she fe gretuliy fliere aint any moren hell watil now Twouldn be right I repeated with a siKh as J looked longingly at oue ot the big douBhmits c uldut lwir V do tcould you Dont seem as If I cbuld site whlr Illrtt thftughtfully her chin upon her hand t Then she rose and went to the Win dow QI i mir bow lark It ts shn wbls perow looking out Into the night Turty dark I said bHt you neednt be frald Ill take careJTo you If we shoiild meet a bear Ill growl right back at him Thats what Uncle Eb toliw f do Im twfuivitout mot a man uowl CUt nuihln scare me VIftalntbolsawn still But unfortunately tor our aiireuture I fell asleepi ItwllltwornwJw e I opeaed flir eyes We III Jnntol lagly at each other wilt fcsfc Slaa w itmA igXirniliii d7 l JI o J- tJi r f Jlr tt iJ J meeting When tLe wagon door and we were ready to au doughnuu and bread and butter ery pocket of my coat an AMsu t i over me BO as to conceal M fuUii Went Into a There w s Hftirjfrucb a slknce fij rtH room after tl et bail sat dortrv radjiwtedhls r eflMeOnat P hear lUe Ucklag o f tcb ISe tied I H the pocket of his brosdcl walsteoaU own paVt 1 kndw i looked illi too tnucli lou liigC f rOlk e gobd pfiny soulon the great goWeha hat BpaiiyedjUe broad conreil of 1ri beruocw o ilnyny appeal I o greet mouth opened wJdely Ja t form ofpralne and bUeyM h 4a 1 Btare jt theui whejiLe aimed at thei Wte3 J n Trt KtCpHTlHU BJ v Wlille a billoui Uack fMcT itmijp g nt It U quick pyer CliRinberliln Slom oli nd Tablets are used ForiiH tjjtfa Drug Comjitny le vfd Union TAnofctr St tliB ago 606 r i daRj rrVM 1 clieo he third y In time for rff Koute Clilongo Mlvraukfte4 t By Unicn P elfle and Southern elfle Lfne All tleket nu litll hii route Ask tJiem to do o 7 R J4ROf1trABLES le on E gterJ1 Ry 9 L hR A L ci 41tJt5ith 18H if WiStt I 1 No 4 tt NeIJ bally Dally Hi Sun4 III Jundy riWAM JIoUJ No 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