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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, September 1, 1905. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1905 bre1905090101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Breathitt County news: n. Friday, September 1, 1905. Breathitt County news. J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1905 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r BREATHIT1 C UNTYl E S=J WISH HAOINS Editor and l ubhahurANxwaiAiKK l3yoTKi TO iIirrljKkflTS OK EABTKKN KKNTOOKV ONK oh1All JKK YKAK m ADVANCE n n n J rrn == = = 0 Volunio IV Jackson Kentucky Friday lScptcmbor 1 1905 j Number 40 0 TO A13VKUTISKT1S Wo will accept ndvertisumon OH n guaranty that our paper hUB Moro trait twice the circulation ill DretUhht County of Ilryppor publiahiHl Our paper goes to uv cry post olliue in furry Count and almost every ono in IQO Hi + Owaloy Wolfe and noft Coltlltio9rIf you want to reach the utoun tits trade try nn ad in thu BKKATII f- arr CouNTY NKWS nn n MASS COXVKXTION SKIT To niniunt Cat UduttS fur tli CUIIIII lJIlClSI The llepublicnns of Hrenthil county are hereby culled to nice in muss convention tit the cowl house in tho town of Jackson on Saturday September Dili 100f IH OI1t oclock p in for the purpos of noiifwHtiiitf candidates for th various county olliccs of Brenthft- county u ho voted for nt the Nd vcnilor flection 1H5 All Democrats young men be ci ling of ayo before said election r mid voters of other parties who do k not nfldiutc with us on party lines but who are in fuvor of n free tint lot and n fair count nn honest am econonlfchIlndnlfuiktrntion of coun ty amiirs equal rights to nil and Jlxc1us o privileges to none n filiI l 4 t to every man and the re 1 demplion of llttithitt county nn i hereby invitedto nttend and hell us select a ticket to be composes of till best teen of the count without regard to partisan politics null who will best subserve tho interests of the oppressed people ofI Brenthitt county By order of tit Commillco This August 17th Op i II MoLis Chairman u C 11 C KILIY KASH Secretary nn IrtiUtlll1 InlHiiii Cnnrir Vlecnu a wlr yon have nnViuivfl pimples lit ruilimn nicer tin airy part of for only aching bunts or Jolt t fallln hillmnNuia iMlclie swollen glhwlii kIj II 1111 hurt IIMI a 11111 ih- t tnl pnil fll Yl fries I iiNilng men Jim inner erMii hlNI jnlson or Hie beginning nf N deadly eancer You may tic per UMiienlly cum liy taUIng Itilnuh llionl lUlin II It It made ejpeciallj hi pars the worst liluml and Mtlll pia fase Ideals every iiiflortilrr evei desillr ratioer Plops all aihes am p Ilnll nud reduce sill swellings ttu uufc Itloitl lUlin curr4 all mnlljuan I IIIHM irouldtK mich as erz inn prh sod widen Ilniilf running A re cnlllMiclen tCrofuU Druggists fl To prove it caws mmtde If Knlu perl free alllllrIIIIIII IT willing ItKuw lUlui 0i Allniilo tin De onb tumble and free inullcul mlviee seat hi- crated hustler NOTICIC TO VOTKUS T tho Voters of Mn isterin District No 1 Breathilt County After continuous solicitations by my many friends 1 hnvo horn induced to nnnounco myself n can didato for tho office of Justice of the Peace for said district Inut quite sure nil or most of you have met me either socially or in busi ness transaction which is snilieient for you to of my ability to servo you if elected Therefore I most earnestly solicit your support Yours very truly II b DAVIS Always Succcxsfiil When IndlgeHtUm liecoinuM chronic It It ilniiKuruui Kinlol Uysps ala Cure mires liullK Htlun and all Inmlileg re MultliiK therefrom tliiin ir veiilltiK ca tarrh of thin stoinanh Ur Kuwbruiigh nt League tV Vu uril To thnsr admiring from Indlcestion or KUIII Htoinnch I would any there Is nn bnttri nerdy tliin Ivodol ynppiiln Curl I mari prescribed It fur it nuinber III niy pallelllH tlth good iiiincea K ilil JyjiHHin Jars dugrats vvlinl ymi rut ant takes your atonuili aweol Hilil by Jicksun Drue On XOTICKTO YOTKUS To the Voters of Magisterial Dis trict NQ 8 I nni ft candidate for ten ollico of Justice of the Peace for Elliott villo precinct I desire h1 slijpoft- of each iiiul all of the citizens of staid precinct I have been solic ited by many of my neighbors and frioHls to nuiko this nice nnd if elected I will servo them to the best of my ability 1 ant thirty years old and hnvo never before asked nay of my friends to vote for mo for any oillce and hope Unit I ant not nsldni too muchof them in tasking their support nt this time Hoping you will give mo n just find fair consideration I remain yours respectfully JpsEvu LOVELY ifn 1o 1 t t I r Z v tly BAND OP IUOKROTUS Curious Philippine Do enter lade Famous at St Louis Secured for State FairsProbably tho moat impoituntn traction that has boon or could be secured for tho coming ICentuck Stilt Fair ia thu fuinoiia hand of 1 Iforrotos the tlog enting trihc fruit the Philippines which wi tho center of interest of the ontii Louis Worlds Kidr lust olrI It lute olll boon possible to eieni this curious avid unique baud nt heavy uxpeuso anti after much ol fort and management of the hair is certainly to bocotigrntnlal upon having added soiiiotliin that Appeal in nn lhlliullI and entertaining way to all wh intend While tho Igorroto Villiigo it probably tho most prominent lint attractions it ia hut ants of n doon Tliero will bo th fliiloiidid Itnckdkin lions Wild Vost Show i thoro will lio a Lout of lady nthlotf nnsnrimsfltNl thor will hot Jolisunm a Tnrklah Thu utor a Itoptilo lien nn Arcade II Iliintilion Show with n brass bUild nucoin animeiit the Girl in tho Moon Nemo n Platform Show 1 Uondurmtn Ferris Wheel nlld various other nltrnctions This willentupriau thu greatest groupn iccuflsurioa over olfertil by n Fllir In tho South nail even for tide iBido from the mngiiillcenl diapla of live stack and oxcollunt nlclll mil tho other features which eons under the regular head of fairs it will lie worth n trip tb Lexingloi lo sees A bother thing however which ihould not bo overlooked is tli plimini Ilisa Band of 45 piece which will give daily concerti throughout tho hair Aveek rloiaI band is loday tho beji aunt coos famona band in America Jw Nu Uii1lensnnt laliret If you liter tuck DniVTuS LUll Jarly Uigurs fur lIIuIittIIu eon IullrlraTrrrnfti t d use sytetuut ntt rii limit producing unpUkant egneLe mtiee of the IVnoo Adam Shook Ne- rfhnn lid says Some three year 11111 had Kpell tf glpand felt out lane and I hnppenid lo get a trial bust IIf DwWltltf Mtllii Kaily UUers nni msuclsPluyIck dull by Jackson Brag Co IOU KKPUKSKXTATIVK- I am candidate forKe resenln ive of tho counties of lirenthitt tllsrollill and1ee subject to the Dll1Iocll Lie convention or what iction they may take 1 nm II Democrat of the old school served our years in the Confederate irmy have voted tho Mniiuhl democratic ticket for 17 years tood by nil the nominees of the arty so I feel nt liberty nnd be icve that 1 hnvo tho right to ask 1 ho party to sendtic to the Lenis ilure where I can continue to do 1110 party good 1151 have always leer loyal to tho party also nil of ny relatives before Ina Sol hope tho people will consider my right 10 cull ups liiin and tho one in crest in which I pledge myself to look after 1 P MUNCV tired of Lniiio Uncle Attar iii- 1sari of Suffering I had been troubled with laniH hack flr 15 years nud 1 found a complete r cuverjr in tliti lisa of Chamberlain uiullalm Mays Jiiiin G Walter lit11111111111 This linliheul Is also without n equal for sprains and bruises It it for sale by the Jackson Drug Co A Poultry Mill Marys father wens mnkiiiR tho ox crlmiiit of raising chickens with an ncubsitor In his bnrn she ncljhbow rtre much Interested In this esporl sent nod nicotine Mary ono of them isked Mary have you any little Idckeiu at your house YlU No but were nmUIn nome ro lled the little maiden LIppIucotts iHgailuc The IMtr of ill A certain lady of wealth living In Ihe north of Ireland was recovering roan n scrloua Illness and ono morn ng called for nn egg which she ate rlth much enjoyment As she passed Lick the cup and plate to her nurse Jc said An egg Li n delicious thlnR hen with much melancholy What a lit she added It Is so common moiiK tho poor London Globe A Uomeily Without u Veer Iflnd Ohnmbarlntns Stomach and Iver Tablet moro bciHflolnl than any oUIlr remedy I ever used for stomach noble says J P Klole of Kdlna 10 For any disorder of the stomuch llousness or constlpatjon thsso Tab tsnru without a peer For sale by J ickion Drug Co j + L 4 TIIUKH JUItOttS CUKKI Of Cholera 5To7liiis with Olin Small liiittlu of Cliumhurlulir Colic Cholcrii niul Dlurrlioe Hiiiicily Mr Q W FivlHr Hf IHchtowHi SI Ala relates all expirienc he luau while inrvlni on a petit jury lu a mm Ier a silt al Kdxvaldsvllle county 11111 of Gltihouriirt county Ala HM 1114 While there r Hie Home frph men and It gars me cholera inorlnu In very everr1 form Iwas never marl sick Iu my lift and snl t 1 a driiK slur our a certain choleru mixture but th druggist sent me n hOIlIIIr Chambtfi lulu Ciillc Cholera and iJinrrhoe Ittmeily imteml myliik llmt he hall what I sent for but phi tutu inmllelii Wild so much better htlllill rathe 111 U lo me in the lix I was in I nnil udosn of It and wan butler In llvi mill 3 urea The second duet cured lure en tirely Two follow Jurur ware ufllictei tn lliesuniH iiHimer andtulle tmnll but lie cured the three of us Fur sale li Inckion Drii Cuweak llparln It In n harmful thing fur any ono tcoildlc his heart when there Is no dls ease and I think we the inodlcnl pro fesHioul lire till too Instrumental la nfillijK nnd nbctthiK this Wo do tilt uioro good by pronouncing people sound even If out of health and tbuJ sending then forth with renewed hopi Hum by keeping them In the elm I us of uncertainty nod nervous dread thai which nothing can be umre crunhln to thu utility of a life or more hnriufu to the chance of rcKnlnlug health I know of no Hyuiptoms of a weal heart Yet the use of the term lend either to U state of nervous dread from which recovery Is most dllllcult or else ton life of luxurious Idleness which by the enervation It cnusea k likely sootier or later to be jUecedentJo tin cud It would beck to noh1Dr Jnuie Ooodhcart of London glen lIt OO in Danger More than hilt of mankind over ft par anger from kidney and bladdei iUiuilcr usually enlargement Ir iniKtrate gland Tliic Js hits pnlnfn sect lUtwrnu nod Foleys Kidnej CUft alsuule br tlllePI tll rxt alga of ilanlter11 It lcrrlc t fiitnritr and hu mired manyu d rtLt t llieate M rtHIH1HesHII t tOOk Part Mo wrllo Jljfiuprrd nlll enlarged prostrate dB iul kidnei tretrlr bar Iarit isiTfflHiiik1 t11 hUlJI tfltIIIIi 1rre ij fee- lfirstcrJla1j ti1 r I itlriyr1 I + sins 01 years old Jack sou Drue Co One war to Win Sleep A writer In n medical journal RUR gcst n new way of Juggling with In lomuln Ills Bleep luducer In a rlmln ot magic words no nsRoclatinl lu Bound or meaning that ends suggests the next iiibseauent for luntnnco Ice slippery imonth rough niinan tramp etc When sleep U coy recite the lint men tally This Is sold to be a sure curt It keeps the mind from rambling from lubject to subject as the mind tends to do tn sleeplessness liuriilllili Itrninlity It would hnvo been Incrcdililo hruIalliy if Chine P I mherRer of ro IIP Nbail nut done the heat he ouhl for his suffering son My boy in says cut n fearful goal rarer hi JH so I applied llunkleiiii Arnica rtlve which quickly healed it unlaced his rye Good rill burns lidI ilcers too Only W at Jackiou Drug CII A Tlienrr- Miy dont sailors say right nod loft Instead of starboard nnd lar oardr Oh I dont know I suppose theyd into to make things too easy for land lubbers It I + n fine thing to know when to let ro Many n mini holds on too lung It 11 better ho Jump overboard than to go own with tho sluklug shill Startling Alortality Statistics Hhnw startling inorlnllty run appendicitis and peritonitis IllI revent and cure thirsts awful dlneasrs here Is just oni reliable remedy Dr lings New Life Pills 1L IIIIIIIIHTlIr t t Jmtom Housn Ilaoe Chicago ssys They have no eijual for constipation 111111 biliousness 2f at Jackson Drug iunipnny CIriiii Sinotnrlc- OcullslB will agree tlmt many per oils who wear spectnclcH although the lell9111 may be perfectly pdnpted to the eeds of the eye suffer much Incou eulence nud possibly ultimate dam nge simply through not keeping their lasses clean Students unit writers angels and clergymen business men nnd school children who uJo glasses arely keep them clean and from their toady nud grimy state serloiiH Injury results to the eyesight Tho glasses hould be cleaned with nl ohol which U jireferablo to water ul1Il either tissue paper or chamois It other U better titan tho usual baud crchlcf hniuborluind Cough Koiuudy AllIs Nature Medicines that ail nature arts always ost effectual Chamberlains Cough emedy acts on this plan It allays Ihs cough relieves the tunes aide ex utoratlon opens the secretions anti Ida nature In restoring the system to healthy condition Suld by Jackson Drug Oo I CINCiNNATI MARKETS ir CIXCIXXATI AugJlO Cattle Market druggy andrjltfw Con Pilot stock 10 to luc r Good to choice butcher stems 25 to 4 Gii common to fala 00 to 1 00 hcifC good to choktv340 lo 3 00 jomjnon to fttir2 00 to 3 25 cow common to fair SI 00 to 2 2S oxen 1 751 37 H Calves Common ah lrgc W I1O to f 00 loQtJ to liglit00 to 7 00 llogs Prices steady Good Idchoice C 3c common 10 choice heavyfut sows 9itst to 85 7o lighttclltppcrst G to C 35 IIHI rSheepSi 00 to 130 common to fnirjj 2 75 to 90 Lambs common to fair S15- to SO 70 J Strikes lllddeuRusella- Whrri your ship bait all hkrs lhl hidden tucks Of CoMimjitliiu fart nut ln eli you me loitlf you due gel JtIp ram nl Kh A n Vpw Ifet v ury fur Cnnsiimp luu 7 ieKinnue nf Tnlletlegii Spring din T writes 11 had been very ill with fiiiminiiiiln in der the care r t1 iliwlow lint tart liiit no butter whom I beKWlnklnt Ur Rings New UUc ivery lluj JUst 11t gave relelf and one bittlpjiured tile IIII cue for sure ilisua hrilclilb oiinshs and colds JiMrarijfeel nt Lit Jncksou Drug CU price M Cr nnil f 1 00 Trial buttle free Hoary In the K t- ID ancient Egypt honey fas employ cd ait an embalming mat rlul aiid III the east to tiuiut day ltrf J urgcly1 s1 for tho prc crv tlon of nU l tlu ranking of cakes atveel Mits mill oth er articles of food tnleitl i n Goat wit offer to his guest a dlsh Minposed ol honey stud milk or of eo j ml parts ol curds howoy and clnrlfldlj utter It Iii given to a bridegroom ol his arrival at the do05ottho bride j oilier Iti the graf i seeds anal blrll vre to be En trfClI n great duivcotheyp ten packet ID k t r- i ntst lurCh11ilrr II Mother llle cllfflhllil lah ur- rUllrc hllllrcn1Ihtt a rill cu uuigll- acutti crutuli eotl a IIIJI1 etlugh- Su + tliam ItttllOffiilInIIO GOIHI CIt hut n sll nul- lnlnasnWl utxin n onto A I SpetTonl Podna erat Uhester ylirh aaysr Our little girl as lltituIiFOI ills diirlng a ddrn and terrible attack at orotip Ihref IIIHII half nn hour apart of One Minute Cough Cure peedil cured her Sold by tacjonn Drug Co a4 Anotlier Victim Poor Mrs Hoocr suffers terribly from the liquor habit said Mrs Cobb How la matt luqiilred Mrs Chitin scenting gossip When her husband conies home nt night Is ho Is too far gone to pay nt tcutlon to her remonstrances and the next morning he has such n headache ho cant listen to herPortlnud Tutu gram Dr IhutsIesl Pun ity Intcrestlnc Dr Thomas Finn of Itoonaboru Mo it ho slat pracllctd medicine fir 32 fenr rays ho has used every presorlp lion known lo thu irift sliiii fur Iial until of kidney and hltidderdlseuse r sayn lit lips never found anything 10 effective ill bull chronic and acute ciilney and bladder Irotiblrt as Koleya Cldney Cure It stupi irrrguluiliiea ind builds up use whale system Jack Run Drug Co XCMT Iliey nunl SInk ClnrllI always tell my rent ago- gstelle Well you cat afford to You tea youre not na old ns you look Detroit Tree Press Irtibnlily Kind wonls cost nothing Bxnctly I think HOIIIO folk dls rlbuto them freely on that account Nuinoious ant Worthless Everything Uin the name wizen hours to Witch lluzfl Salve E O atfilt A Co of Chicago I1lfcoorp1I oiiii yenrt ago how to a BBVH roin Witeli IIaz l that is n ppeciflu fur plies Fur blind Heeding Ucliiii allli protrudinp pile eczxmn cms luriii bruises and nil skin dise eii VVjU Salvu lius no equal Thi IIIIR aIveu rise to iiunieroiH worthless ouuii erfells Ask fur D4Ittathe genu ue Sold by Jackson Drug Co One bottle ol Smiths Kidney and servo Tonic cured Marion Hall of a veak back It was so bath that he wouldnt got up when ho suit dUll vlihout being In continoiu rack of 111 err for at least one hour Sold by 3 II Slid hnm A Sun Jackson Ky Prlcel 06 per bottle Very Low Rates to West and Southwest via Southern Railway Low round trip rates every first and bird Tuesday In each month Two trains daily between Lexington anti Stlouis no change of cars FREE KCUNINQ UllAIIH Only one change of cars between Le xl ilK ton and the Weft via SOUTHERN iIexlnRton tAIMVAY Write for Information T W Crews I + ip- t AIt Some pianos like some good people wl stand a few meetings but do not wear well There are others which will become true and tried friends Such an instru ment is the Valley GemJ PIANO It plcasea it entertains it helps it instructs it says in the most beautiful way what we feel and what moves our hearts It in n truenil tried friend in thousands of homes It will not cost you anything to learn how little it costs to buy a piano and how easy we make the payments Cell on or address J T GEVEDON CANES KY IIn II llImVIN CO Cincinnati Oj FOUND John W hen hind a pain In hit hark fnrnlioiit lire years anti it finally be pMiie r1 great Hint ho could nut work and In tact could nut walk ut times Several phykiiInnc failed to euro him but IIP Intuit a remedy It was SnrnIia Kidney and Nerve Tonic For sale by S II Stidlum A Son Tiekson Kv v w asw Suit A Suit are to Suit best FOR SALE BY = Vise 011111111IFoley Chicago orlgluated Honey and Tar throat nail lung remedy stud account the grunt merit and popularity Faleyu Honey and Tar ninny rt11 fiir the genuine These Iml talioiH have similar founding liamey Ueware them Tho gcnuinn Fohrya lluhey and Tar Ask fur and refuse any llui brat remedy for coughs and colds Jackson Drug Oi What love naked the sweet girt who was looking for chnuco Imp Love replied the old bachelor kind Insanity that makes uiau lIt 200 pound female his llttlo turtle doVe Vita CoIonoPs Waterloo Col Jllhn1 Fustier lloiify Grove Tux needy met hie Wnlerloo from Liver and Kidney trouble recent my family doctor thud good got 509 bottle your great Electric Bitters which cured consider them the best earth and thank God who gave you the knowledge make them Sold and guaranteed cure dyspepsia blllousudii and kidney disease by the Jackson Drug Cty W P44 JUST RECEI- VEDFURNITURE I have just returned from Cincinnati where I have been buying THE BEST LINE OF FURNITURE brought to Jackson consisting off v Heavy Bed SetsrLarge Extension Tables Kitchen Cabinets Wardrobes Rocking Chairs Center Tables and various other articles numerous to mention come aid took at Tt se Qood5 owI PUT IT OFF Ifrein do you will be sorry for some one else will get the very pieces you want J D JONES Proprietor ones Furntiure StoreIMAIN STREET JACKSON KYt IE Q liflAJ ran fiTS EARS r WLLWLLtCLOTHING i Buy a Shields its Economy Shields gives Satisfaction Shields Suits made Perfection i yourself with the its Protects nrI JOHN WATTSJACKSON KENTUCKY J t Co as a on of of imllntions nru II Ire ortlilais of is in n yolliNVjiackui It Biilitltule It in I live U n to Is a of a l of In a ofiho me no jo I n of me 1 medicine on to to at a Cojtle ttif ever Room too DONT l = = = = = = == Clear Complexion tutu Ilrlgli Eyes In most cases n snllnr botchei complexion and dull heuvy eyes are duo In poor digestion nnd louses v liver Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup aid digestion and Blimiiluies the liver and bbweU nud makes use cimilezlo mnodili end clear Orinu Iiixltiv Fruit Syrup dote not im iseuta II gripe and Is mltlallli plea+ nul lj lake Itcfuae Bubstituti JnnU Mi drug On n DRIND Laxative FruitSyropP- leasant to take The new laxative Does not gripe or nauseate Cures stomach and liver troubles and chronic con stipation by restoring the natural action ofthe stom ach liver and bowels Refuse substitute Prloe Doe JACKSON DRUG GO OLmffYCUREIIIkH KIN +yt 1131 UMtNr Itlht Cimsu of Insomnia Indigestion nearly always disturbs the sleep more or less and is often the cause of Insomnia Many eases have been permanently cured by Chhinber lains Stomach anti Liver Tablets For sale by Jackson Drug Co n n I S lu IIIArk your ttoltt all tae Ult oo our firoiluctt II 1 you caaaot dl Ns STEVENS rnpu nctc rm pUPil spa reedit orieke 1rIAN UK lxiuWtxrt attncua Z OUR 111 leepr rcoatil rw Ayywelmk Van Li14a 11ITC ARMS BOX M AND II 4001 TOOL N- PO IPu FALLS MA63 ULA l liAo ftraathiit 9oivs J WISE If AniNS Udltor on trhlay September 1 UHjj n frNNLMNNINNN NN1 N1111 N U W FLEENOR A II PATTOX 1- t I FIjKKKOll l PATfOXI LAWYERS I L TAOKSON KESfUOKV JN NNN N1NM11NN1N M1 ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR ASSESSOR Ve are authorized to announce JOHN L STRONG- AS n cniulldnlp for Assessor or Hrpntlikl rnnuty subject to the nctlon of the lie publicin ports 4IOIt SHERIFF I mitt ft ptincHilalfl for SherilT ol lirenlhUt County ftt the coming No vember election CnffvrtutuCppe Ky FOR JAILER We err authorized to announce LKttIS GROSS oj KRnlnvM ns n candidate for Ili olJJpn of Jailor of llrfiithitt enunty Mb JeCtlto the actitn nt tho Rfpulilicnn party We are nutliorizwl to annoimito + S It MIKIX- as n cnndidnte fur Jailer subject to thy action of the Republican party fOR COUNTY ATTORNEY VaroBiilhorized to announce L 0 ROARK as candidate or County Altnrriov of lireiitlillt county at till NoviMiilior el rctfunlDOiFOR lOls OF TILE PEACE Wflnro authorized to announce MIKE ROBINSON as a candidate fur Jnstlco of the IVare for Magisterial district No 1 subject to action of tte Republican party = = =Kcdcem Hrcathitt county first then look after politics afterward The issue this fall is not politics l but the redemption of llreathitt county You can not hope for n better ment of the conditions of JJrcnthitt county if you vote for the men who brought about its present c condition t i an1tu can vote for without haying to mike apologies to your wife and f gchildreti Jf tho Hcplll cnn party of this county desires to do the proper tling it should extend a pressing invitation to tho Democrats to attend its funeral in November i hustler Inhere have already been too i many funerals for the goodof the county or those responsible fo them Let us have no more pre t mature funcrnk like those of lrCox James Cockrill or Junes 15 Marcum Tics WnuhMl ifwant to buy 50000 ties on tito Kentucky river and its tributa pnrticua lars call on or address me at Tncl son Ky JM S CUAIK SiRAYEJ cn tho night of August 22nd brown mare ISi hands high with two white hind feet one of them sorer Irol lhlcused hn wire stunycd to my pasttiitc on Quick sand Owner can have said mare by proving property and paying all charges liitucK CAUI BXTEK A A Allot and Sam Noble of Noble were here during the week John D Heed has been appoin ed Postmaster at Nelly Magollin countyJ Ulake has lilted up n live andrfen cent window in his stOlc Ernrticll a bargain cfinREsPoNDENOE JJtDIH031 Mrs G W Kobinson is vi bug her father and mother Mr anti Mrs G W HeironymoiiF and cypects to visit her sister Mrs E C Hyden of Elkatawa bcfouo she returns A two days meeting WitS held it tho grove near tho IIctlon ford August SO and 27 A largo crowd was in attendance rnulal seemed to enjoy the meeting The services were conducted by J 1J Pendergrass andothers Dinner was served on tho ground arc I good order prevailed A goocf impression was made and many pledged to lend better lives Noah Lucas and Miss EtllI1 Hobbs were married last Wwlnes day cv ningat the home of tlic l t + L aoorrsipronouncing ceremony I pleasant tOf noignbor and friends witnessed the occasion and all were partakers of a bountiful st1 par attor which the older part of Urn crowd retired to their re spective homos leaving a jolly parly of3ouusr folks to spend lie evening and thOir bust wishes for tho bright young couple As hand in hanu flown life they go To meet the squadrons of the foe May they so trust God nod light Against all wrongs and for the right That when the strife on earth is lone Theyll went together the crown theyve won HOOK Kit STACY Mays l Campbell are opening U trice line of general merchan discIJohn D Oliver of Avawani I was hero visiting his brother who is teaching school at this place John h Combs stepped on a piece of glass some time ago which gave him a serious wound but he is now on the mend L Stacy and Harry Williams of this county passed here Tues on their way home from wilier the0 U S artily TKItltV of Wjfe Mrs Mil 4 rl and son Ike are visiting Dora Morgan nt IIv dcn John Callahan of Crockotts yule attended church at the Short graveyardGeorge and Miss Ellen Grillith of Wharf spent Saturday with Miss Ciippic Terry Miss May Dav accompanied by Miss Emma Crawfordof Jackson attended churuli Sunday at the Shot graveyard on Turkey Creek Mrs Simon Mclntosh enter tained Sunday It dinner Among those present were IJllia Ituth and Cappie Terry Mar yhisman Ellen Bailey Lixio 0 1 aii and Stephen Little Tim Gabbard Mat Ilollon Joe mil Iko Terry Ed Mcintosh and Hichanl Herald See J It Blakes lOc window The baVgains wilJsUl1Hise you CKOCKI2TTSVI MAi Mrs Leo Bowling and son WilMe have been visiting at EI1 a tarn There will be nreaching every third Sunday at the school house by Rev Clair iioorgo Dcaton and wife VislKfl tho lattcrls sister Mrs Josh Aik man at Woburn Sunday Misses Elixa mid Dora Bowling lEnd Lillie and Willie Callahan at tendedchurch at Wharton J L Moore of Jackson and W M Belcher of Cane Creek risked the family of Geo 11clch this week Hobcrt Hilev and Sarah Denton were married lust Sunday at the home of the brides parents Kcv Clair oJHciating IHerr Turner has gone to loonc visit Dr Hose formerly of this place who ill ill from ty phoid fever and is not expected to five The citizens are discussing wit interest the future of the peep of JJrcnthitt It seems as if some supernatural rays have sited some harmonizing influence on or in the minds of the people They are almost of one mind all claim Brock Crawford the next Shcriif Much is being snit allover the county regarding candidates for judge jailer county attorney and nthI other offices A very largo majority of tho people of Crock cttsvillc are anxiously waiting hear of some one of to I resent the above mentionedOr ices in the county as honesty has always been tho best policy The people arc for an honest election next November The people of ruckcttsville are anxious that William Amis become a candidate for Justice of trio Pence G n Plummor receives fresh bread daily from tho bakery LEE CITY The recent high water overflow ed the low land and caused n co siderable dantago to crops tram roads anti railroad trestles VPrice Cole Assistant postmaster lit this place of moving to Cm n ton to go into the mercan tile business Price is a good bus iness man John and Isaac Miller have gone into the goods business rented the C B Allen store lieu for goods and tho C1J Terri 1ferid house for feeds lobo Burnett of Trent Fork w running alog job for C L Tor 11iIIon Frozen Creek Ho sn s he trammed 200000 feet of logs to TerrilJs mill during the month of August C B Allen is rebuilding tho old tram road on Trent for tho of moving his logs and and lumber Mr Allen has an Extra fine cro on the farm ho Turcliascdof H Fl Andersorio- sfient Forfc 1 i t Matt Ilosnnnn Millor has jvlurnod from n visit to his Kitimlmothir nl Lto City Allison Miller of curry county viwUil his fntlur Saturday Mi savs he wants to In Instico of the Pence of Perry Wo think ho is the right man for tho place and POPPV should give him just con sideration TUKKHV Miss Prttda Allen was at Tinhoy Salurdiiy shopping B h Caiulill is working at the carpenters trade this fall Mrs Ellen Torryof Wolfe has been visiting Mrs Lqurainio Terry J1 Wise and wife visited relatives on Cane Creek Sunday Misses Lillie and Ruth Terry attended church at lurkey Sunday Our schools lIOjIlISSIII orv nicely Thomas J Terrr is the teacher Arthur Johnson who Inns hud an attack of pwnmionia is im proving very fast Luther Littles intuit daughter burned se was accidentally very riously n few day steer Joe Terry w1101115 boon visit bug his hither for the past week returned to Canoe Saturday Edward Mclnlosh Slave and and Sam Little of Canoo were the truests of J Terry Saturday night Misses Mary Wlrisnmn and El len lliiiley were the pleasant yuosU of Misses Lillia and Kuth Terry Sunday evening Mrs K F Terry and dnuHhter Kuth who hrve been visiting rela fives at Hoonoville Welchhurg tntvville rind other points hnvo returned home UYIMK G D IMummer keeps the best breakfast bacon and lions- COlF1JICACI1 Emoy Hacker lies returned from a visit to LOS io county Dick Jennings of Oakdale has gone to Clay county on ft visit Brook Crawford had tU misfor tuno to lose a line horso lust wreck There will bo baptizing at tin mouth of Jctts Creek Mrs Elvira Denton who is in tho hospital at Lexington is im proving slowly Miss May Day and her guest Miss Emma Crawford of Jack son visited Mss Ellen Grillith ol Turkey Creek L James 11 Johnson and Miss Camlus Short both of Jolts Creek wore married at the home of the bride last weep Unknown parties broke several window lights out of tho store at Oakdalo Saturday night while the clerk was at supper OrCharles Guy formerlyof Athol has moved to Meadow Creek and engaged in the mcrchandisiii business Charley is n good innn oral we hope he will went with success j JAYS CIIKHK I Mrs Stephen York of Lois v very low with consumption Dr 11111larris has returned brcnlon lava the wife of Win Johnsof presented him with n 12 pound boy and the G 0 P is one more strong fur Fairbanks in 1908 Laura tho wife of Lee Gay of HucUliorn who has hero veer low for tho past two months wives In ken to the Good Samaritan lies pital nt Lexington soton l g n broncho some days n rJwile thrown by the unruly and his forearm was broken Dr Ab slice attended him He is got ting slung nicely That the people of Perry county have onto moro turned their at tention to education is shown in the nomination of countysuper Intendcnt of lion n man of eminent ability a Kepub lican of the old school lord a man of much popularity and force of r nnnlItjIYork died a few days ago and j was buried in tho old family grave yard Wo extend to tho tfstricken parents our condollnclI There is a sorrow tho heart ooh knows when death claims its drat ones as its own Hut wo loom nothing is our own except our robssOIIus our wo how long friends may stand us We know not low soon mil hearts may ho chilled by tho loss t of faith in those whom wc have counted as our friends It is tho I dead hearts that never forsake us Death is not n foe which wo mill must dread but is tender hearted and in love and pity takes out loved ones and in some far oil bright tomorrow we shall find them waiting for us Dn KINO Call on G D Plummor for I fresh bread and the nicest meat nnTO WOMEN You will never get well and strong bright hap py and free from pain until you build up our- constitution with a nerve refreshing bloodmaking I tonic like 3 neofr llj It Makes Pale Cheeks Pink It Is a pure harmless medicinal tonic made from vegetable Ingredients which relieve female pain and distress such as headache backache bowel ache dizziness chills scanty or profuse menstru ation dragging down pains etc It Is a building strength making medicine for women the only medicine that Is certain to do you good Try It Sold by every druggest In SLOO bottles WRITE US A LETTER freely an l frankly In strictest conful erce telling us all your symptoms anj troubles We will sent free aJvlce In plain sealed envelope how to cure thoni AJJress LaJlts Advlscry Dept The Chattanooga iMeJIclne Co Chittanooga Tenn YOU ARE FRIENDS of mine writes Mrs f L Jones of Gallatln Term For sine taking CarJul I have galneJ 35 Ibs anJnm In letter health than for the past 9 years I tell my I husbanJ that CarJul Is worth Its weight In duff to nil suffering UJIes liar151 0 rAN EYE ATTRACTOR APART AUOOETIICR FROM THE HIGH VALlC AND EXCEllENCE OF SUITS THERE 15 S0 5ETHIIJG ABOUT THEM 1NAI IS MORE TM USUALLY EYE ATTRACTIVE THEY LOOK WEUTIICY NOT ONLY ATTRACT AniNKOK BY TilE ElEGEHCE OF nit FABRIC BUT BY THE GRACE AW BEARING OF M CUT ii4 Yeti a he rude or merely t pro i ctlTt purtlutrr We guarantee satisfaction if you will let us ukc your measure and order your new 1all dollies S He Stidham Sen9 JACKSON KY VISIT THE SINGER STORE Before Buying Sewing Machines by Mail Prices are Good Torlr3 ere Bciter Machines llic B2at You arc assured of andIIACCC5SorCJ Get a Singer Guarantee AT 1112 NEW TOCATIDN ON IHIOAII VAY KENTUCKY IG STATE FAI- Re LEXINGTON 16 INTERNATIONAL September 1823 BIG LLY 6 IIN PR IUMS 25000 PREMIUMS THE GREATEST DISPLAY OF LIVE STOCK AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS EVER AATTEMPTED IN THE SOUTH 559Novel Attractions Magnificent Exhibitions IThe Famous DVSS BAND of 40 Pieces t For Catalogue or Further Information Address KyJtrr I PAY BROS T =OOMPANY=Wholesale and Retailn have the most complete stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE Ever brought to Jackson Consisting of J e11 j 1oodst fM i 1 joitotgstCAt f J s j = i 7 tlats J oes We have tho finest V lino of shoos ill East Irii IConliicky OurJ mens shoos arc of the latest style s For the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy THE LATESTIN MILLINERYThis man agement of Miss Margaret Basket who I can show you The Latest Style Hats direct from New York City Also FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS In all FreshfromIf you need any House Furnishings or FURNITUREWe are the people you are looking for we have it by car loads to suit every body h Come andsee us ourtHiiiiiiriiiiiiMiimiiiiiiiiiiiiHiniHiiMimiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiii iiiim II u m Prices Are All Right Y I 1111 I I I IIII11111111111111111111IIIII I I II111I1111II11p1I1111I1I11 11111111111111111111111 I Iii I IIIlIur DAY BROS OOMPANYc Jackson Kentucky L I The Breathitt News 4IIIb11NIIe11 Hvcry Irhlny I 1n Local and Personal I 1Vtllld olu mil lladd0ns F C Hurst of foxes a as in = Jackson Monday i Go to U D Plummur fur tit bOst fresh meals John Mm tin of Knott county Snits in Jackson Tucsilny Slop with Hurt Bros at Reed hotel when in Lexington There was quite a good crowd in town Monthly and Tuesday Mio Landrum of Clay Hole urns hero on business Tncsdny Cirannis bclwill leave next week to enter school at Danville Miss Sue Williams his so fin recovered front her attack of feral as to bo ably to be up again i Henry B Noblo and wife turned Tuesday from n visit t relatives in Maudlin county A 3 Johnson pus been appoint ed brandy guager for this district to to on duty September Ism Mrs W N Cope left Saturday mornhjK for Virginia to spend a few Weeks visiting rolatiyiis Mrs Smothers of Wood ford county is visiting her grand daughter Mrs William Bolin Miss Com Moore who is teach lug school at Noble was visiting liar parents trout Friday till Sun day groan Shepherd of Lninbrio Waa hull lait weekOH businea connected with his store at placo James Clumons and wifo ol Cltwums Wuro hero Wednesday m Mrs Clomons oamo to wo tin Ihllitrl t Mr Thomas Uoimsholl win liras near Bobbins killed BOVOI conperlinnd snakes in their Barr OlldcllI Init weolr Missus Maud and Bnssie Arnett who havo bran tho guests of Miss Jewio Pntton for the pint two works returned Wednesday to t then limb at Salyersville Joe inroeleiujvlio killed I IIi Wriuht at Cnmpton last sprin and ants two years in n InnunitutttbtrVgovernor diet at Ueattyville last week d Phone fi for green tomatoes green peppers cucumber pickles cabbage and onions for mixed pickles Limn Ixans whippoorwill pent corn and pole beans When in needof n Mower Reaper I layRake Sickle CJrmdor or any repairs for hove named mauhinej call on or write Silo Klanncry Son at Rcaltyville The lyes Collegiate Institute will begin on next Monday By an arrangement with the trustee tho public school will be taught in connection with the institute Ihis yynr Mrs L T Bolm and daughters Maggie and Rosa and Miss gosh1 Collier returned Wednesday iron a two weeks visit to friends a Maytown They were met at 1lelechawa try Mrs Linnie Ca pen ter and Miss Alpha Collier The memoriul services held al the grave of Mama knelt 1S n Quicksand last Sunday was largo ly attended Tho services were conducted by Rev 1 tunes Davis AV W Caudill 1 M Walters and AC Cooper Solomon Hack was baptized by immersion I William Terry Sr of Turkey was here Monday Ho says corn crops are bettor in bin neighbor hood than for the past ten years Ho also says thn people in that part of the county aro anxious for u change in the enmity adminis tr itibnlhoy want u government by and for tilt people Thomas F Bigstalf of Mt I Sterling was here the first of ti week settling up tho stab of his I uncle lien B Bigstull who was q stricken with paralysis here last a May and died in tide hospital at v Lexington Undo Hen loft many relics which will be deemedo f great value by his many friends but tho goiMI that hilts resulted and I will result from his work in this county for the past fifteen years iIU111001 bo estimated t The Sick 11t Itobcrts hips recovered front attack of typhoid fool and came home lust Friday 110 WItS stricken whilo visitiiiK at his fathers on Lost Creek Mrs Pruda Davis who has boon sidlit the homo of hoij daughter Mrs asaudcr Back on Quicksand for several weep isj not much improved She Is 001I 80 years old Election Commissioners The following lucre been appointed as election conunmsionnrs for the ensuing year fpr tho C11I11I tics named below lircathitt Jntnos Brophy and J B MoLin- Knott J C Perkins and Vnr dy CullillsILcc Daniol hall laid Monroe McCSuiroOwsley W It Bailey anti I 110I Breeding PorrA M Gross nwlW 0I isWotrl W Combs and GW Loveluaj =SII1iICSoservices of Robecca Caudill daughter of huncs Can lill will bo conducted at the Steve Villiains jrnivo yard Sunday Oc tober lit by Rov A Cooper and others Tho funeral service of Tinsley Holbrook will bu conducted tit Ihci funnily graveyard near Boys on the second Sunday ill October by tars A C Cooper C W 1 PiiKh mill others Everybody in vitetl to come lf i WMIII UoMiuuoK The funeral of Hark Herald will be conducted nt the 111 Johnson jraveyard opposite the mouth of Puncheon Camp on the second herstII I 1 iam Little The yrave of Thomas Mltle wht Boil May 11Ithwill bo decorated Everybody invited Ihe funeral MM vices of John C tack ami Onir Bark will be con luctetl at Iho Kniveyanl near L ll HowardK on Qiiickwind on the thinl Saturday mud Sunday in September by RPVH 15 L Baker tend William Caudill Hev Baker will ape preach at the Seymour Chapman school house on said Sat urday at four p m- 1os of yVur Miilcihinil Trace Belgussrm pence were agreed ui IhrgRussian and Japanese envoys pre liminary arrangements for nil armistico wore concluded JIll till actual work of framing a treaty of pence was turnedover by mutual agreement to Mr Do Martens the IJusniaii lawyer and Mr Don 1815118 the legal adviser of the ilapanese Foreign Ollice The treaty is expected to bo completed by the Pod of the week Japan made an agreement possible by yielding on HIP disputed points The articles relating to 1 ti sins in ternedwarships and the limitation of her sea power were withdrawn Japan agreed that only that part of tilt Chinese Eastern railroad south of Clmntfu should bo ceded lo her and an agreement was mutt whereby the Island of Sakhalin is practically neutralized each country binding itself not to fortify its half of the island It- t was also decided to addn broad clause for mutual commercial priv ilcJc sI11o treaty will bo a friend ly document of such character as to indicate that tho two countries have almost laid the foundation for n future alliance There is however no evidence that any so cret clauses aro to bo appended to mho treaty Born ton Landrum anti wife of Clay Holn girl named Laurcna TalbottClay qf Paris returned yesterday after several days visit to Dr C B Dickson L Parrott of Robbins coma over Tuesday Whilo on his way over he captured an owl which he proposes to lake home and lame limn Realty ville base bull club played two Uunes hero last 1 rive and Saturday winning one and losing Hie other Both were good Annies A prilmTcted meeting will be gin nt the Christian churchon Frozen Sunday September JJ and end nt the Hounshell school house on Cano Creek Time meeting will last about ten drays and will be conducted by hors Harry Tuomp = son John Money W P Perry 1 J D Jones and Tyrce u + ti SANATORIA CONVENTION Meets in Ia ksmi Today List ol Delegates mind Itesoln lions Tho Republicans of Breithitt county mot ill convoiiliou Ill Jack and on iliii 120th Inyor August 1105 for thin purpoiu of selecting dulegati3 to attend tho Sonatoriai convention to bo held in Jackson on Friday September 1 15 to nominate a Republican candidate for Senator in the Uith Senatorial district of Kentucky The convention was culled to order by 1ell1l1sh acting chair man of the Republican County committee who stated the purpose of the convention On motion of W P Hogg A 11 Patton was made clmirmnn of the convention and A C Car penter secretary On motion ol II C II u ret time committees woro dispensed with mid the following resolutions were adoptedResolved named delegates be and the sumo hire hereby selected to attend thin Son at friii I convention at the time and place sot out iu tie cnllnt iliiikaon Ky Se tumber 1 1905 1 B AlcLin II 0 Hurst A S loliiison M S Jrain T Inrvl well Jr W P Hogg John R Patrick S II Ilnrat Edward ln mum R 15 Gardner J C Hurst William Haddh James L Little A H Patton R A Hurst John C rillHJi Kelly Ivnili Henry Little llanlin Childers A C Carpenter Wm Moore Flint Davis Win E Gambill Joseph tuidiir Lewis Gross Sanford Drown D D Hurst hull Young Daniel Mclntoh W L Evorsolu Thomas L Sewoll J P Cniin Z T Hurtt J W Clark Michael RobliiRon Daniel Robinson Olu Roberta Hiram Lawson r B Klinchem John Lovelace James Cope Breek FlincliemT P Card tvu Sr John Arrowood Elishn Clay and S M Noble Reeolvcd lid That these dele tjati+ 4bo and th0yaru hereby in utructed to vote ai n unit for what n majority of wiid delegates proI out shall cotiiider for the best ill turusU of Brit the State of Ken luckycall second for the boat in partyKtwdlvwl tions and the proceedings of this convention bo published ill the Brealhilt County News Sun Son line Mt Sterling Gaxottu lHX inatdiiALeader and rollisillo Ilt r- Ill A IL PATTON Chm A C4AitlRNrlR SOC Oiuslijy QouQty iQstru tiops At u meetingof thin Republi cmis of Owsley county hold in the court home in time town of Booneville on tho 2f th dayof August IS05 for the purpose of instructing delegates to appear at Jackson on the lit tinyof Septum hurt 1H05 for the of nominating Republican candi date in the IMth Senatorial Dis trict the mooting met in pursuance of said order or 111nllll unani mously laded 111 Wilson Its its chairman mid H C Treadwny as its slrutllrIThe chair appointed tutu folloV ing committee on resolutions T P iiihbanl J E Hammons G W Garrett J A Jfalialfuy EoI C Mainons mid W H Rulloek who olfered time following resolu tions let That We approve limo call of this convention and also of the district convention to he hold at Jackson September 1 1105 for tutu purpose of nominating Re publican crrididalo for State Sen alo in the JMth Senatorial District of Kentucky 2nd That wo heartily approve of ihe present National Republi can administration mod the priu eiples set forth in its liut platform 8d That we are in favor of fair and honest elections a fret ballot nUll a fair count and as citi zens of this Commonwealth we solicit limo aidof every voter lo toot end lib That wo appoint the fol lowing persons as delegates to thodistrict convention to be held at Jackson towit J 0 liver sole G W Gnrrult g C Main Otis J g Hammons W B IJul lock W D Wilson C M Ander 501111 Gabbard I10Pread way 111 Myers II II Mooro It Eo Flauory K Campbell and K C I3ulf and further that they ho instructed to cost the vote of Owsley for Dr J A MalmUoy of Owsloy and use all honorable means to secure hits nomination so long as Iris name is before said convention olh That the aforesaid dele gates vote as a unit on all quos tions arising befojo said conven tion T P GAimAKi Chm The above and foregoing reso lutioiis were offered by snid com mitten and unanimously adopted by too convention the being no further business c 1 t d o 1 0 t = Uemting rallies IN t t t Qf 11 + J14fett Jf Qt iS r x PAT IBLAKEStr r trIItIIIIf r f LEEStM OPPIJ8S INSTRUCTION IN Till TOLUlWlNO nniAKTniiNTi t fi PRIMARY INTERMEDIATE COLLEGIATE NORMAL jj MUSIC MANUAL TRAINING DOMESTIC SCIENCE XL HOARD IN HOME L 00 PER WEEK r H Manual Training and Domestic Science equipment the best inM Eastern Kentucky 5i jj Diploma from Lees Collegiate Institute will admit the holder V to any college in the State without examinations L N13XT TERM BEGINS SRPTKM1113R K Call or write for catalogue r and further information Jjft M L CHITON Principal Jackson Ky 2ii ii 2Z tiiii S= = before the convention thin meeting adjourned sine din W D WIISON Chairman II C TisiJAnwAV Secretary One odd FOR sjeorSALEI1400 pounds Call on or II W IIouxsiiKir Jackson Ky Go to G D Plmunier for anything in thin Fancy Grocery line To time Democrats of Spring Fork Precinct You are hereby notified to meet nt your ugual polling place on Saturday September 1C to choose candidates for tho office of magis trate and constable to bo voted for at tho November election GUKKX SliKiiiKUl Chm COMMISSIONERS NOTICE HKBATIIITT CIISOUIT COURT Ihoeby McQuinn PlaintilT vs NOTICE Catherine McQuinn c Defnts The plaintilfs mud defendants and all others interested will take notice that I will pursuant to nn order of reference mndo in the above styled cause by time Hreathitt Circuit Court at its May term 1005 begin my sittings in said cast at my ollico in Faclcson Ky on Monday the 18th day of Sep tember 1t106 for time purpose of hearing proof considering and ad justing such matters in litigation in said above styled suit as is re quired hsnicl order of reference and will continue from day to duty until complete Witneas my hand time 1st lay of September 105 1 W CAliDWELL M C U C C master omfnjssioqers Sale lilttrnlrr CwctlrCOUlT Fairbanks Construe IMnintill tion Co Notice of Sale s W S Mullins c Defendants I5y virtue ofa judgment and order of sale of tho Mreathitt Circuit Courts made in the above styled cause at its regular May term 1905 for the sum of 70000 with interest at the rate of six pel cent per annum from tho second day of Setcinbcr 1903 until paid and 1100 costs therein expended I shall proceed to oiler for sale tit or near time residence of Barlow Stacy on Quicksand Creek llrcnth itt County Ky on time Etch Day of September liO5 between tho hours of ItJ oclock mI cud 2 oclock p mltime following described personal property viz One 120 horse power boiler with 10 Morse power engine ono righthand mediumsized saw mill with solid carriage andone 51inch solid tooth saw and one CO foot 10inch 1 ply belt canvass stiched 150 feet i and 1inch pipo for pump and all other fittings and fixtures be longing to said mill Said property will be sold at tillpnbliabest bidder on u credit pf six months and the purchaser will lc required to give bond for the pur chase money with approved security bearing interest from the day of sale and having time forco and etfeet of a replevin bon IInncl n lien will be reserved in saiil bond for the full payment of tho pur chnsb price and interest Bidders must bo prepared to comply promptly with these terms Amount of tell 700 00 Amount of interest to day of sale 81 00 Amount of cost of suit M 25- Commissioners cost 7 fiO Cost of printing C 7f Whole amount to bo mode this sale 812 50 1 W CARD WELL M C B C C n II WATCHES l Watch Ingersoll 1INow England U Watch Seth Thomas Watches Heavy Solid Nickle Cases 375 Ladies Watches in Gull Silver Nickle and him Metal 5 nnc1up lE Watch Chains Good Quality hulled Gold Plate- 1Varranted 1 to 10 yeas 150 to 750 HEINTZI nSVELER- n tlaln sc Orp tIocnl Hotel LISINGr0N KY o J V- r i = rnI THE NEW O11 9over in iAe history of Pianoforte building has its oyual cvor bode produced P c CIN THE SNORT PERIOD OF SEVEN YEARS THE NEW EVERETT HAS ATTAINED THE HIGHEST PINNACLE OF FAME in the praise and adminilion of time most renowned Musicians of time world who are ever ready to Petty it unstinted praise Endowedwith every feature Iessentiul in the production of PIANOMwith n tone full of richness and purity from trcbble to bass as clear and pure as the water from the rip ding brook a singing tone and carrying power unsur D passed mud recognizedas TIME HOST PERFECT EVER PRODUCED d From every vibration of TilE NEW EVERETT comes messages of sympathy and love that appeals to V the very soul of man and it today stands before time oftARTci=== = = =M F B ENDICOTT S Corner Main and Broadway JACKSOX KY Z S1iSS irZ 2 i2ilLl S25252 LiS sdsz52se3sZ525u2SUur2Sds52SdS252 51 J R M SHELY W H LITTLE C I SHELY LITTLE iyltNlFACTURER AND DBALtlliS IX G MARBLE AND GRA- NITEMonuments 1 0 and TOnlbstol1eSrnfSatisfaction guaranteed Call or writo for prices andsave m E1 money by buying from us rn 22 TEARS EXPERIENCE hils2Uh IIESTIIOTKLISTIIB FREE Ht1S TO ftllll FrmI on Y nEI01 ARLINGTON HOTEL6 S S TAULBEE PROP JACKSON KY UOOD IIVKIIVSTAIME FI US r CLASS SAM TIE CONNECTION ROOMS = I Watches rort I CLOCKSSilverware Silver Novelties and all kinds of first class Jowelry call on FLLRNORIJEWELER AND OPTICIAN KYIt V i u KILLTHI COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery IIIFOR cONSUMPTION IPrici Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TEOTJB LEa or MONEY BACK FOLEY5I1mAlmTARe- o the cva1s sieA aIIlCa W H Henderson Ayrea Slroot Opp Post Oflhe LEXINGTON KY DEALEIt I- NGrain Seeds Feud WliPdt Itt Barley Outs and Corn KentuckyItla1 Hay Straw rIm Feed y I UPTONOW I Printingn = = =4nitNKWS has added new j faces of type to its job de partment and is prepared to do printing of every dlClip I lion the way it should be done such as LETTER 11EADS- ENVELOPES t HILL HEADS yII11JI RECEIPTS CARDS LABELS CIRCULARS INVITATIONS PROGRAMS ETC priceIif you want to be pleased I War Dope U9promised IOLEnllONEYAmJTAR t IMUfENI If ewreI II IIININ r rw- k 4 r J t 6 EBEN OLDEN AY- y IRVING DACHELLIiR- Z CapyriQM UI III Lot rep lubUahCng- Cbm anll fic CIIAITIIt XXVI j nY regiment left New York by night In n flare of torch nod rrt The Beets were lined With crowds now hardened to tlio sound of fife and drum and the pomp of military preparation I bad n very high and mighty feeling In me that wore away In the discomfort of travel For hours after the train start ed wo sang and told stories arid ate i peanuts and polled and hauled at each other In a cloud of tobaccosmoke The train was Bldetmcked hero and theN ainl dragged along nt a slow pace Young men with no appreciation ns It seemed to me of the slll business we were oCf upon weut roistering up anti i r down the aisles dritiklhg out of bottles and chasing around the trnln ns It halted These revelers grew quiet as the night wore on The lays began to close their eyes nnd lie back for rest Some lay In the aIsle their heads upon theIr knapsacks Theutr grew chilly and soon I could hear them snoring nil about mo and the chatter of frogs in the near marshes l closed my eyes nnd vainly courted sleep A great sadness had lain hold ol me I had already given up my life for my country I was only going away nowj to gt ns dearJJ priee for It ns pos sible In the blood of Ms enemies When and where woulij R be taken I won dcred The fear had mostly gone ou of me In days and nights of solemn thinking Tho feeling I hail with Its flavor of religion Is wh Hmsmndo the volunteer the mighty soldier ho ha ever been I take It since Nnseby an Mnrston Moor The soul Is the great captain nnd with n just quarrel It warm Its sword In tho enemy however he may bo trained to thrust and parry In rny sacrifice there was but on reservation hoped I should not be horribly cut with n sword or n bay net I had written a long letter to Hope who was yet nt Lelpsle I wan dered If iho would cnro what became of me I0fot n Kemp of comfort think ing I would show her that I was nu coward with all mytllttl ness I lint I not been able te write to Undo Kb or i to ray father or hibthor In any scriou- tone of my fcelliigln this enterprise I had treated It ai a kind of hollilny from whlcl1should return shortly to visit them All about mo seemed to be sleeping Some of them were talking In their dreams As It grew light one after mi d other prose nnd stretched himself rous hag his sent companion Tine train halt ed A mutt hhot ft musket voice in nt t the car door It wits totaled with tho many syllables of Annapolis June tion Wo were pouring out of the train shortly to bivouac for breakfast In tho yard So I began the lif tofn settler null how It ended with me many have read In better books f than this but my story of it U here and only here We went Into camp there on the lone flats of east Maryland for n day or iIyo as we supposed but really for fIquite two weeks In the long delay followed my way traversed the dead lords of routine When south ern sympathy had ceased to wreak 1U + wrath upon the railroads about Baltl more wn pushed on to AViishlnirtnii There I got letters troth Undo Kbnnd Elizabeth Brower Tlio former I have now tn my box of treasures n torn and 1 faded remnant of that dark period f Pear sirtIt said he always wrote me in this formal manner 1 take my pen hi hand to left you know that we pro nllwel apse that wo was sorry you could not come horn They took on tcrrlbul Hope she wrote n letter Said she had riot herd from you nlso that somebody wrote to her you was goln to be married You oughtcr write 1herit letter lUll Looks to me so you taint used her right Sties a coinln wont In July Sowed corn to day in the gaiilln David is oft byin catul I hope God will take caro HV you boy trulyiI wrote Immediately to Uncle Eh nnd told hlrn of the letters d had sent to Hope and of my en9rt to see her Late lit tiny after Virginia had see ceded seine 30000 of us were sellt over tote south side jf the Potomac where for weeks we taro the flowery flelds lining tho shore with long Intrench meiits Meantime I wrote three letters to Mr C reeloyeel bmi the satisfaction of see tho Trlhuno I took much interest hi the camp drlHand before we croHicdttho river I hind been ralswl toylhe rank first lieutenant Everyday wc were looking for the big army of Oeauregard oampliiK below Center vlllo some thirty mllu syuth Almost S every nIght a nervous picket set the phutlImpatient ns hounds In leash Sincei they would not cove up and give us battle we Wanted to ho off nod into tout with thorn And the peoplerwero tired of delay The cry of btu boy was ringing allover the north They wanted to cut us loose anti be through with dallying iIII one night the order cane we were go south In the morning 30000 of us and put an end to thewar Wo ltd not get away until afternoon It awns the HUh of July When we were off horse and foot so that I could see miles of the blue column before nnd t 1 behind me I felt sorry for the mistak en south On the evening of tho 18th our campfires on either stile of the pike nt Ccntcrvllle glowed like the lights of n city We knew the enemy was near and began to feel a tightening of the nerves I wrote n letter to the folks nti homo for postmortem delivery and put It Into my trousers pocket A friend In my company called me nsldo after messFeel of that he sold laying his baud on a full breast Feathers he whispered slgulflcant ly Bolls cant go through em ye know Bcttern a steel JDllti r Yf Me jewent lutohia tent there no and n little sack full1and put n good wall of them between iny two shirts I hate the Idee V beta hit n the heart he said Thats too awful I nodded my assent Shouldut like t have a ball In my lungs either lie added Tain necessary ter n moan t die If he can only breathe If n man glts his leg shot ort an dont lose tined an keeps drawln tits breath right nlong smooth nUll even I dont see why ho cant liveTaps sounded We went nsleep with our boots on but nothing happened Three days and nights we waited Some called It n farce sonic swore some talked of going home I went about quietly my bosom under Its pad of feathers The third day an order cunio from headquarters We were to break canip at 130 In the morning and go down tho pike after Beauregard In the dead of the night the drums souuil ed I rose halt asleep and heard the long roll fur and near 1 shivered In tine cold night air ns I made ready the boys about me buckled oiu knapsacks shouldered their rifles nnd foil Into lint Mufllcd In darkness torero was nu aid pllcnce In the great caravan formln rapidly nnd welting for the word to move At each command to move for ward I could hour only the rub of leather tho click click of rUle rings tho rtlr of thcKtuhble tho snorting of horses When we had marched nn hour or so I could hear the faint rumble of wagons far In the rear As I came high on n hilltop In the bending cat unm the moonlight fell upon n league of bayonets shining above n cloud ot dust III the valley n splendid picture fading Into darkness mud mystery At dawn we passed n bridge tall halted sonic three minute1 for n bite After n little march we left the tutu plko with Hunters colon l hearIng n that led us sanktIn the high tree tops the first grant bnt tie of the war began Away to the left of us n cannon shoak the earth hurllni sounddlike n full of rocks Something went anyr11eequickened our puce we frcttwl we com ofaour logs some wnuted to run Before soil behind us men were shouting hot ly Hun boys run Tine cannon roar was now contlnu cud Vo could feel the quake of It When we came over u low ridge In tine open ve rould Hit the smoke of baltU hcudNsof smoke leaped out of the tar thick ets to tho left of uA ns cannon roared Going nt double quick wo began Iuse chlng blankets nod haversacks tosslni them Into heaps along tho line ot march without halting In half m hour wo stood waiting III battalions the Mt flank of tho enemy In front We were to charge at u run Ilalfwa across the valley we were to break Into companies nnd advancing spread Into platoons mill squads until nt lust In to line of skirmishers lying down for cover between rushes Forward was tho order and wt Itewas u grand sight our colors flying our whole front moving like n blue wave on a green Immeasurable sea And it had n voice like that of many waters Out of the woods ahead of us came a lightning Hash A ring of smoke reeled upward Then card a deafening crash of thunders one upon another and the scream of shells overhead Something stubbed luio our col umn right beside me Many went headlong crying out as they fell Sud denly tho colors seemed to halt mud sway like a tree top In the wind Thou down they went squad and colon and we spread to pass them At the order we halted and loud down and fired trot icy litter volley nt tie gray coats In tine edge of the thicket A bullet struck In the grass ahead of me throwing 71 bit of dirt Into my eyes Another brushed my hut off nUll I heard n walling death yell behind me The colonel rode tip waving u swonl Get up nn charge he shouted On we went cheering loudly tiring ns we ran Bullets went by me hissing In my eursnhd I kept trying to dodge them We dropped again flat on our TIICM A squadron of Black Horse cavalry came rushing out of the wools at us tho riders yelling ns they waved their swords Fortunately we lied not time to rise A man near me tried to got up Stay down I shouted In n moment I learned something new about horses They went Srer us like n flush J do not think n man was trampled Our own cavalry kept them busy as soon ns they land passed Of tine ninny who hud started there was only a ragged remnant near me Wo fired n dozen volleys lying there Tine man nt my elbow rolled upon me writhing like n worm in tine fire Wo shall till be killed n miin shouted Where Is tine colonel Dead sink another Better retreat said n third Charge I shouted us loudly ns ever I could jumping to my feet and wav ing my saber us I rushed forward rheICharge I thrusting with sword and bayonet They broke before us soave running some lighting desperately- A man threw n long knife at me out of n sling Instinctively I caught the weapon as if It had been n ball hot oft the hint In doing so I dropped my saber and wits cut across the lingers lie came nt me fiercely clubbing his gunn rawboned swarthy giant broad ns a barn door I caught the bar eel as it canto down He tried to wrench it away but I held firmly Then he began to push up to me I let him coma mud in n moment wo were grap pling hip nnd thigh lIe was n powerful man but that was my kind of wart fare It gave me comfort when I felt the grip nf his hauls I pct him tug n Jiffy unit then caught him with the 011- 1hlilloclc and he went under me so hard I could hear the crack of his bones Our support came then We made him prisoner with some 200 other men Bee serves came also and took away line captured guns My comrades gathered about me flicorlnjk out I hUll no suspicion of ire were grappling hip unit thigh what they meant I thought It n trlb ute to my wrestling Men lay thick there hack of the guns some dead some calling faintly for help Tine red 1 puddles about them were covered with flies ants were crawling over their faces I felt a kind of sickness nnd turned away What was left of my regiment formed In fours to Join tho advancing column Horses were gal loping rlderlesn rein mutt stirrup flying some horribly wounded One hobbled near me a front log gone nt the knee Shells were flying overhead cannon leellnilethe dead nnd wounded that lay thick and helpless I Somme were crumpled like n rag as ItI the pain of death had withered them 111 their clothes some swollen to the of horses some bent backward girthj arms outstretching like one trhl odd trick some lay us If llntiiiltig eagerly an ear close to tub ground some like n sleeper their heels upon their atom ono shrlcke1 loudly gesturing with bloody handri Iml God AI mighty have merry on me I hail como suddenly to n sew world where the lives of men were cheaper than blind puppies I wens n new sort pf creature mill reckless of what came careless of nil I saw and hoard A stuff olllccr stopped up to mo as we joined tine main body Youfe been shut young titan he said pointing to toy left hand Before he could turn I felt n rush of air and snw him try Into pieces souio of which hit me nsf I fell backward I did not know what hind happened I know not now more than that I have written I remember feeling something under me like n stick of wool bearing lined upon my ribs I tried to roll off It but somehow It wns tied to me and kept hurting I put my hand over my hip mill felt It there behind rnemy own nrml The nand tans like that of n lend man cold und senseless I pulled It trout under me stud It lay helpless It could not lift Itself I knew now that I too hind become one of tho bloody horrors of the battle I struggled to my feet weak and trembling and sick with nausea I must have been lying there n lung tinge The tiring was now nt n tits tance Tho sun had gone half down the sky They wore picking up tho wounded in the near field A man stood looking at me Good God he shouted nnd then ran away like one afraid There was n great rungs of I our men back of me some twenty rods I staggered toward them my knees quiveringI never get there I heard myself whisper I thought of my little flask of whis ky and pulling the cork with my teeth drank the half of It That steadied me nnd I made better headway I could hear the soldiers talking as I neared them Look nthere I heard runny Look say I to 1Ihelllthehack of It the main position of the southern army A gray host was pour lug over It thousand upon thousand In close order debouching Into the valley A big force of our men lay between us and thum As I looked I could see n mighty stir in It Every man of them seemed to be jumping up in tine From star came the sound of lair calling retreat tho shouting men the rumbling of wagons It grew louder An ofllcer rode by me Imtlcss mid halted shading Ills eyes then ho role back hurriedly Hell has broke loose he shouted nn he passel me The blue coated host was rushing toward us like n floodartillery car airy Infantry wagon train There was a mighty uproar In the men behind mo n quick stir of feet Terror spread I over then like the traveling of fire It shook their tongues The crowd be gall caving nt the edge nud jamming at the center Then it spread like n swain of bees shaken off a bush Baal Bun for your lives was n cry that rose to heaven Halt you cowards nn officer shout Nl w- It was now past 3 oclock The raw army laud been on its feet ilncu midnight Von hours It had been fighting hunger a pain in tho legs a quivering sickness at the stomach a stubborn foe It had turned the flank if Bcaurcgurd victory was In sight But lo a new enemy was coming to the fray Innumerable unwearied eager for battle The long slope bristled with his bayonets Our nrmy looked anti cursed und began letting go The men near mo were pausing ou the brink of awful rout In u moment they were off rellmcll like n flock of sheep The earth smock under them Olllccrs rode around thorn cursing gesticulating threatening but nothing could stop them halt n dozen trees hud stood in thu center of the rioting tunas Now n tow men clung to them a remnant of the monster that had torn awuy But tune greater host was mow coming Tine thunder of its runny feet was near me a cloud of dust hung over it A squadron of cavalry came rushing by aid broke into the fleeing mass Heavy horses cut free from artillery came gal lopIng after them straps flying over SiUMLfiyjSt Twn rJderH flung the bacRof each lashing with wMp mutd relit The ruck of wagons ClIme after them wheels rattling homes ruunliit voices shrilling In n wild hoot of terror It snakes me tremble even now ns I think of it though It is mutllwl under the cover of nearly forty years I saw they would grog over me Keeling ns It ilnink I run to save myself Zigzagging over the fluid I conic upoi n gray boarded soldier lying In the grass nnd fell headlong I struggle mndly but could not rise to my feet I lay my face upon the ground viilug like n woman Save I be Iost In hell I slmll never know again tho blttti pang of that moment I thought ot my country I sun Its splendid capita In ruin Its people surrendered to Owls enemies The rout of Wagons hud gone by I could now hear the heavy tramp ot thousands passing me the shrill voices of terror I worked to a sitting poiturc somehow The effort nearly smothered me A tunas of cavalry was bearing down upon me They were coming sc thick I saw they would trample tile Into jolly I took my lint null covered iny face quickly and then uncovered us they came near They sheered away ns I felt line foam of their noUrTU 1 until spilt thorn ins u rock way split the torrent Tine bnst of thorn went over mo their tllIf whipping my face I shall not sort forgot tine look of their bellies or the smell of their flanks They Imd no sooner passel thou I fell back and rolled half over like n log I could foci n wurm flow of blood trickling down my left nrm A shell shot nt the retreating unity pass flewtTie rain brought mo to ns It came peltliig down upon till side of my face I wondered what It mtghtabe for I knew not whore I had come 1 lifted my head mud looked to see n ticw dawn possibly till city of God Itself It wits dark HO dark I felt an If I had no eyes Away III tine distance 1 could hoar the beetling of n drum It ruing In n great silence 1 have peter known the like of It I could hear till full anti trickle of the ring but It Koomed only to dotpoll the silence I felt the wetI gross under my face and humus I knew It was night tall tine bnttlcllold whore 1 hud fallen I wins alive aunt night see another tiny thank tied I felt something mute wider my feet I hoard a whisper nt my shoulder Thought you were dead loug ago It said NX no I answered Im alive 1 know Im alive This Is tho battle field aFrnld 1 nlnt goln f live he said Got n terrible wowud Wish It was inurulnV Dark long 1 asked For hours he answered Dunno how many He begun to groan and utter short prayer Oh my soul waltcth for tho Lord more than they that watch for tho morning I heard mini cry In a loud despairing voice Then there was a bit of nlencou which I could hoar min whispering of his home nnd people 1resoutly ho legit to slung Quldo me 0 thou great Jehovah Pilgrim through thin barren laud I am weak but thou art mUhty Ills voice broko and trembled and snnk Into silence I had business of my own to look nit er perhaps I had no time to lone nud 1 went about It calmly 1 bad nq strength to mute and began to feel the nearlug of my time The taut was fall big faster It chilled mo to the marrow as I felt It trickling over my buck I called to the minim who Iny beside me ngaln and ngulu I culled to him but no answer Then I knew that he wnsdeud mud I nlouc Long after that tn tho tar dUtnnuu I heard n voice calling It rang like a trumpet lu the still ulr It grew plainer ns I listened My owu name William Brower It was cer tainly calling to me anti I answered with n feeble cry In u moment I could hear tho tramp of some one corn lug He was sitting beside me present ly whoever It might be I could not see him for tho dark Ills tongue went clucking as If he titled me Who are your I remember asking but got no Dustier At first I was glad then I begun to feel u mighty horror of him In n moment he had picked me up and wns making off The jolt of his step seemed to be breaking my trios ate the shoulder As I groaned he ran I could see nothing In the durkness but he went amend never stopping save for a moment now and then to rest I wondered where ho wns taking mo and what It nil mcniit I called ngaln Who are your but he seemed not to incur me My God I whispered to myself This Is no manthls Is Death severing the soul from the l ody The voice was thnt of the gout God Then I heard a man hulling near by Help help I shouted faintly Where are you canto the answer now further tawny Cant see 011IMy mysterious bearer wins Ruing My heels were dragging upon the ground my hauls were brushing tie grass tops 1 groaned with pain Halt Who comes there n picket called It must be n giant I thought who can pick me up and carry me as If I weii no bigger than n house cut That wns what I was thinking when I iwoaneiL From then till I came to myself In tine little church at Ccntervllle I rcmeui ber nothing Groaning met lay nil about me others stood between thet- avn lanterns A womuu was bending ur r me I felt the gentle touch of lien iinJ upon my face nIl heard her speak lid me so tenderly cnnnot think of It ivcn now without thanking God for twd women I clung to her humid clung with the energy of ono drowning vhlli I towered the merciful torture of tlw probe time knife iiud the noodle Mid when It was all over nnd tine ion tern lights grew polo In the dun I fell isleep But enough of blood and horror Wnr Is no holiday my merry people who know not tine mighty blessing of pence Counting the cost let us have war It leccssarybut peace peace if possible ITo M ooimiroxa J lOLmIlONEYAKDTARH i RAILROAD TABLES Lexington A Eastern R y IOOALTlMK TAIILK Kn tfvi lint 21 1005 I WCM Poundto t Noy I batty1NllyUa 5undy IA IM LvJnekson 026 22f- I A K function ilSO 230 lleattyvilltf J lilt 721 3211 Torrent 7 47 347rNatural Bridge 801 401 SUntun 8 2H 480 Ulay Oily HJ7 43Y LtEJnmeliuu 010 509 Vinnlie lH 023 G2 A r Lexington 1010 b055 Hast Bound 4dally1 Sunday PM AM 1V lfXhlRtin 2i5 745- 15lnnheler 310 8 25- ttI K Jinnlion a2J- UUy S37 pity 3fO- Sinnton PIJ H 00 0 23 Natural HridKt 8ft P 6t Torrent 40- Heatlyvillc 10OS Jtiii 611 lO2P 0 A K Juno 6 V 126 ArJftlknn 810 1180 Trnlllil Nun 3 smith4ilsily other trnln daily Ijuept Snndny 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