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I J3RDATIJJTi4UNTNEWStit fJ t I u r I 1 t J W181 J1AQJN81 Editor and Publisher f AmKltsi alt Urty x r1E Ii or EASTERN KENTUOKV L Ur OILAR PER YKdn1NADYANCK f l Jl i jJIt t 1 po I VYolumc ire Jackson Kentiu Ckflida ctobl 2UiIt905 i 10 Nurtbcr le a c r 0L PW NG TO ADVERTISERS Wtf JU accept advertisements r OM Sguafanty that our paper has inure tlnin twico the circulation ini liruathitt Oountyof any paper ullahHl Our papor goes to mo cry post oillco in 1orry County and almost ovory ono hi Leo Marv golllii Owaloy tyolfu nlldn r Counties f t 11101111I= = r 11 r WATCHES Ingersoll 1 Watch Now England 2 Watch Seth Thoinu Watchesheavy Nicldo Cases 375 Ladies Watches in Golil Silver Nicklc and llotxtlI 7JC Watch Chains Good Quality Rolled old Plate Warranted Ii to 10 years 31 160 to jSO II HE I NTZI 11SW1SL12U c U Hiln 51 Opp Ihcxnli Mold e LKXINiiTON KY l THE STEM RADIATOR If It IIarnii1 1ir KnuuKli heal Turn tlit Fun on It Tlioro taro U good ninny roosts where the radiator U either too siniill or the Bliiim prvHsuro Is too low to iimliitutu n fomfortahlu tCiupurituro In severe weather If tho tenant Is cujoylng the motion electric Hunting service the mnttor can canlly bo reuuxllwl Take on electric fun and set It where It will blow iiKalnat n large pnrt of tho radia tors Httrfucn Zuni It on at H low ppccd or at high If necessary anti your cold room Will soon ho thoroughly warmed Tlio hllosopliy of tho thing la that Hteam nt n low prosHiiro cnrrlerf much less latent lent than steam at u hluh pressure cud therefore warms the radiator no poorly that only n slight draft of nlr rlsiw around the pipes and condensation IH stow With the fan In operation there Is n forced draft nisilHMt the radiator that cundxcts n great deal wore heat away from tho Iron cooling It so that tnucli condensa tion of storm occurs Inside It The heat thus snatched trout the reluctant radiator U held In thu circulating at aiorjihero of the room which Li BOOH e clmnged troth cold to warm nt n trl lling cost for electric energy 1ltts bury Press Tile Sinn With the Rrlcvnnce I tinppoiio that there never was such n nourishing Unto ax the present for r men with n grievance Tho dally nnd weekly journals eagerly welcome letter coiuplalnlng of the lncreanu of corpulpnce tho pltfalln of the split III lliiHlvo tho prevalence of the red tie among the lower middle class the care loiunox of the younger generation III dotting KM ID nnd other equally drejul fill abuses which Uo not matter ono way or another If ono wcro not nn Incorrigible optimist ono would bo In 0 clined to ugreo with thu writers of these letters who are for the must part o meHOf enforced leisure and Idle haudi ytliut Kngland Is niphlly about to tic cllno mid fallIoudoq World Agnvcrrdt luqulreil 1 tho landlndiotllttluJohun nt tho tn Up I hiwBypvyawn when Im hungry 111 tllo p 1Dnt tia dafyotitiQwlie you eh- y G0t6betli i rJ0 t tr J Jr w a 1 GOBnESPONDENGll =IMSV CllKKK Mrs Uryant and Minster Her nun Ill e visiting Mrs Bcgley n Elkatawa ir Mrs LVMO Smith visited rela lives mind friends alJackson a few lays this week tfir hard is moving one of his hiiiitnbeiA great many people of this settlement are losing their hogs with cholera but still they arc just as firm for the Hogback ticket Travelers or candidates who want a square meal should stop at tho Roadside Hotel and hear the future welfare of the lloglack ticket discussed by Doc The funerals of old Uncle Wiloy and Susan Cope will be preached at thu Lick Shoal burying ground by Jasper Arrowood and Uncle lien Ncaco on October 21 and 22 Hope all will como and show much respect to the dead Rev G K Drtishal and wife from Ohio have moved to this place antsgono to housekeeping nioirjflttnfiirto do work for the llist ll 1 extremely glad to hno5Inwith us There will be preaching hud Sunday school Inch Sunday Let thp some and bring their children Solomon says JJring up the child IOthn it shout io and when sj is gets old it will nott from iti1t IVCK FltOST s t wClut llUl1 ifylltf Latflrum Is able to be out iguin p Arthur the Ijtllo son of JCthan Allen irgloStly t vering l aiflnh Atlc is visitingz- Mh 1 pCC uso and adding n new porcn in front MrsLuciuda Comb visited her1 daughter Mrs Serena Landrum lust Monday m blinds andflrcnch CombiJiRVO ltroh s ho record n calchingo linTs11ey iii pitt six oposums j jono rabbit pcJnnd Calrt son of A A Combs lost li pocKctlioolc contain ing h5r11o ho1 vii bo suc cessful in finding yrr r COHK nnSon it Isirnc Johnson vof War reek- tvahero ti ideabuyiiichlckens I ntldieggs J ojTlQvAinbu and wit n a 10i pound boyr 11 S Bryant of Oakdale visited friends and relatives on Turkey Creek this week Mrs Hobccca Woods who was seriously injured Inst week by being kicked by n horse is better Mrs Maggie tcrryof Jests Creek passed through this place Sunday en route for War Creek II C Bryant of Otikdale find G 1J Woods of this place were in Jackson last week on business Mrs Savinah Mullins of Jests Creek has been visiting her son James Mullins of Oakdalc the past week Mrs Snllio Wpods anti Jane Green of Jackson visited the family of Keen Bryant at Oak dale Sumll1r Isaac Terry of Jctts Creek passed through this place one day tho past week on his way to War Creek on business Keen Spencer and Mrs Dora Roberts of Turkey Creek were the guests of Keen Bryant and fancily of Oakdale Monday Drcok Crawford was in Jackson on an electioneering trip The majority of the people QttJY3 como I for tho cnuro r 1lljoritrjrototo t t JL 1= BOOTH Miss Dora Carroll visited Mil R Laura Booth Sunday Tidlegnt1 lilts been visiting at this 111 tin past week Jdhn Bailey of Jackson county 1 is visiting his brother Mlitit r Bai ley of this place A largo crotsdof i c6plu from this place attended tho quarters meeting on Meadow Branch Sun day Among those att ndhg from hero were Musses Lucy Smith Kl len Bailey Maggie anti Violara Booth Juda Cox Dora anti Mary Whisman and Mfilisa Collier Messrs Dump Cox Dorsey Ingrain Thomas and Dailcy Booth + mind Charlie and Newton Alexander All report a good timo and enjoyable dinners FIN CAST Isaac Wiler of Campion visited his mother hero Sunday Miss Malissa Shackclford event IJeattyvillc Saturday Mrs M K Shackclfords Jland is improving slowly Miss Julia Johnson spent Sunday on Walkers Creek Arch Scale of Primrose was hero the first of the week Airs Nairn Oliverof Flat hnsI b en visiting relatives h t rcfLuthqr Kincuidisollt jbnjvcs while they arc flenpt NtFrank Kincaid of the L R bridgeforcc was here SumIMrs Thomas Shoemaker is sick at thisiVritinPt caused veryI fail y r Mis t nntPricnilris visiting heri ilrbthcr 1nt t Sterling lrIrfScverftl Juniors from J J1 sri 4fI01C1 II LtISYjftA Hobbs iflts prcuejicd Sunday to ii Large congregation by llevs W and Adams cUsI Mrs Sarah K Dailcy of hy W Vawho has been hero e m1 account of the serious illness of her mother The sAflliifales for thq various ounty ollices are beginning to get- n move on Dr Roberts moving this week to tho place he bought near aicharinlr Died on tho4th inst Walter T oldest son of nJ Shoemaker aged 17 years and 9months Thet funeral wa conducted by the J O U A i1of which lie was a memberu Ulio bereaved parents have our sympathy CINCINNATI MARKETS CINCINNATI Oct 18CaUo Stockers and feeders in demand Good to choice butcher steers 3 35 to 4 40 common to fair 2 25 to 325 heifers good to choice 3 25 to 3 G5 common to fair 1 50 to 3 00 cows common to fair 1 00 to 2 25 oxen 1 60 to 340 Calves Common and largo 3 00 to 6 00 good to light G 00 to 0 50 Hogs market lower Good to choice packers 5 40 common to choice heavy fat sows 1 00 to 4 7ft light shippers 5 10 to 5 30 pigs 110 pounds and less 1 00 to 6 10 Sheep good to choice 4 OQ to 4 25 common to fair 3 00 to 3 75Lambs common to fair 1 50 to G 75 Faith Not Necessary You niiiy be jut us skeptical nmlI liesuhnUtlc us you please Kudol rill dlgent vlmt you eat whether you eatI or nut You can put your food In u bowl pour n llttlo KuJol ly ppigln Cure on It and It ill divert it the SHine AH It will In your stomach Tl cant help but cure indigestion and dftprpii It is curing hundred nndI thousands tome had faith and fomo didnt Kodul will cure you if nifdl lelnu unn curs you wheilier you have faith In It or out MrpJ P Halley Vnucli Aa says I am 81 years old Several jenrs I sufTertfd txtremelj vlllr indl eilloii and djspepsin M 1 A Bali Jufv nigrchant a AllvvoodtVlTsnt me n Uhl or Judiil Dyspepsia Cure she world t4IWtl kno ntrashprvmt bunetlts nn jiged suQetprM re eltt1rr m lilt Crtat iKiHcfrle IteTTiliely cured me and canvca alT fud Suld bj 3ucksonDrujjUot 1 o V 2 c r n PLAITOHM A 1 11 ill1 alai People iuthilf Toimlj In Convent Arenl bled aiWe the citivs3 eatliit Comity ill convejiti rrlhlc regardless of pier tipflict yjikto u rcntbit sings e cpuntyi Ifeicby miikw follov5ni declarations of prtn tatyprove r hulling this COUVC Second That mere hl a free blillot and aS AmJ honest and eeonontItlmstr a tion of county fight s to nil IIlltllxc1us ileJes to none n lair deal ers juti atd the rcdcniUd Brtnfhi county Item the mist it las hp for the plUit four vM TIiirdtfWo bf fafc alt hewer ot till people ild uio sit llrcmc that ItUacnI tbUOelr1 th inIFourth Wp be lhm wise utf that no snore laxcjjfihould I be collected than ssary lot 1mwntItaxation that th jyftrcsent tux rate is oKhorbhtttnl utrngcou and unjust and show IC reduced at least onehalf J Fifth Wo demn thelrCR cnt county administration1 for I1nrprccrI I Jackson ami 4nM 5ifraf time so called oflicers f iho rftv making attcmiftto appr tithe mur derers they defense oJ those ntshedi9 crluttsllJHlU wv M wn lions of Ur B p9J9x acs Cookiinanti 11nrculn J ki3II uheTl shod by jctltilp C Victims treroweltt 4ni in 4 twittt oodrvtthtm mil tall J NCfbftlCst ik t itiC11s of lhial focalstained unl 1eImust be Icsno aSixthYu porn denied tit alw tIOIt IS duo them nn t1ie mono t a should have been spent their comfort given to men in compen salion for their political turpitude Seventh Ve hnvesccn our votin places so changed that it is almost impossible for some of our citizens to go to the voting places to cast their ballot Wo believe the voting places should be as near the center of the voting pre cincts as practicable nrtd easily ac cassable to all the voters therein Eighth11e belieco that the Jackson bridge should remain in tho hands of the Fiscal Court and that the money collected should be used in paying off the debt created ted by building it und wo arb op posed to the squandering of the money on high salaries and otter extravagancies it S Ninth Wo believe that tho jury service should be distributed among the citizens of nllpats of the county and that no political favoritism should be exercised in their selection Tenth Wo believe that the contracts for the public works of the county should be awarded nc cording to law to the vest and best bidder and not he to certain individuals privately for pecunnry or political favors at tic expense of the county- Eleventh11ro laborer is worthy blIiCIothnt and the that the finances county shoultl bo pn a cash basisrand not compel claimants to wait two years or moroffor their money or compel them to discount their claims in somo storo jot merchandise at a lnrgti profit to the merchant Twelfth That wo hnornnd applaud Henry B Noblo the present County Superintendent for his honest and faithful en deavor to uphold the law in the administration of his bflicial duties and in tho brave ami patriotic stand ho took in protecting his oUico from being taken from tho hands of the mat the people hud elected Thirteenth Wo pledge our selves nntLpUlcnndidlltes to work placeRrcathift capitalistssnyest their money and develop our mineraland timber resources nail Itv t they litre pertcws lA iEJ 11 k protection to their lives and rropI erTy red further wo indorse the camliuatfs nominated here today as the HeJul ican nominees for tI c respective dice for Jlrenthitl county and their navies bo placed underlie JJoptiblican device to jgtjso any papers oft the 3tnte xegnrdlcs or theipres cnt or past political aililiationsTti principleseh 11 McLix Chairma- nIltxlt Hccletnriil4l IA CARD FROM TOM CENTEH w l to 11y Friends and FellowMen Of 3entliittaunty 1 in this county as n can rcspccttlthe fiffito Owing t f mm rclcumstarcos the peelof this couit should ttalco in cot ration litt wy I was wronjj fully Confined nmninN lf for jailer and people ilont nil of you think that I have a perfect right to do so as I am a citizen of tho county Understand fcllo l then that the county au tlfgrities did not have nlhlto do with it One of my relatives was arm propositionWliilotho JlcoNrshnllseo sometime that I am itot confined Now fellow men judge the matter according to your own feelings and give me an opportunity1rely respectfully THOMAS ENTERS Candidate for Jailer Last JIupo Vanished Wlien lending Iijflcla l3 sold that W 91 Sniltliori of Tekin In had incurable consumption his last IiMjie flfllIrt11 i bat Or Kings Keiv DUqciv- fyj lurCoiistinijiltonCouKlia and colds kept Iiin inH tif hU grare 11u saps VTIil great tjiocillu conn Iclilj Cured llKntid fRVfO my lift Since then I have usedrl0yenrd and can eUr fadg F Sre ur stlpldn suye reveidivIiotlrueIIILltilnttwarnanterd 4 JjjluftL A Slrntcry1 AlMiut Blnoil- TJoro la sowitUluR vcr wyslctJjJwS about the color of human Wool or rather ui to that causes Its rod color Tho iihywloloRists say that tlio color of Hood Is dut11 the rod lOrIII s trhrh uro eoiitiuwa in the vela fluids but this does irot pearly cxi ulu thiI mystery An ng icgutlon of blood piuilos Is rod to be sure but In small i numbers they urn yellow while one or I two examined separately are found to be of n very light straw color Why n large aggregation of these tiny disktt should convey the Impression of red to our senses wlllea few show n yellow and a single Ripcluien of light utraV color Is BiMiiithlng we would llko to see exiiliilned St 1oulJ IepuUHc When showing the violet sjindo the thickness of the tllni of a soap hubble In nlMiut tho one mllllo two hundred and forty thousniiillh part of nn Inch FOUND John WPDean hud a pain In hit back for bontflve years and It 11 11 ally became FO great that he could nut work and ht net could not walk at time everal physiulana failed to cure him but he found n remedy It was Smith Kidney and Nerve Tonic For suit by 11 Stidham k Sun Jnokaan KT Slave of Cimliun On one day In the year time tree Ill Independent French citizen Is n slave the slave of custom It Is the day the thootlng sanson opeim IIo may not aro for sport no matter he must gaily forth or lose caste Irretrievably Nuw York Ilcruld feeder of the Ithlnp A Jeruinn geographer calls attention to tho fact known to few that the llhlne gets some of Us water from Italy Sonic miles above the Via Mala the llhlue 15 augmented by n turbulent mountain torrent whoso chief tributary U n brook that comes from tho Val ill Lei which politically belongs to Italy thougli separated from tho rest of that country by glacier covered mountain over which there Is a trail to Chin venna FltEH TO OUlt ltK ImS Hiitnnlc IJlootl Halm for thu I Uluod If sulTer from ulcers eczem- ascrofula blood poison cancer eating surer itching fkln pimples bail bone poInR sutlling rheumatism catarrh or any blind or skin disease iva advise yon to take Hotnnlo flood Hahn B PH I SI echilly recom mendtd foild obstinate deepseated cages thero nil else fallJheals qvery sureitradXo btjiejiloodipure ind del Ye skin the rich gloW of health T jgRi8t8 SI per largeliott gairipla sent free by writing Blur d nlllm08 Atlanta OaDeserlbe iron blo nilt froe medical advctseat In susledylelt ri Metllcine eentat once l J 4 t1 JII f1 191IiiI1 t Jt 1 ik t Jt 1 tG o2or 1y 1 f ws a s- G all C selling morel- f Jf i 1 1 Furniture t l 144 jrH tr tlinn all the other merchants in w IPI 1 Jackson combined t 1 Why Simply because we arc S 14 tb a 1 J money than they can get else m 4 19 mI ii IJ JONES FURNITURE STORE I1h lr jk MAIN STREET 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renew now and add only 10 cents to our regular subscription prlco and we will GIVE you tho Southern Agriculturist for a year MORE WONDERFUL STILL It Whether you aro a now or old subscriber add ONLY 35 CENTS to our regular subscription price and in addition to our paper we will send you tho following three papers all for a full yeare + fij Southern Agriculturist regular prlceO50 c ISouthern Fruit Grower 50r Itf rI JBouthernpiFancJer poultryrrr I 50 tir I 1otalrogidsrPrlceuataui0a Hero is ourl 1arLand proposition to both oldand nowsubfibcrsi i owlt send oul to J3reathltt G0l1nty3owS nnd the threcpapold Knnmedtibove tetal 2 0 or Ord at o i thcIo is 1 time ji Jthiifimrkl1blQ trcr 4lp rt f1nJint rIIlrcon I E t 0 5 1 tI fpF Wi 1 Ii f N 0 + li iyir1r I df jji 9ems h t j WISH IIAHINS Editor Friday October 13 1005 I lG Vf FLBENOB A II PATTOH Kq IVLEESOIt C lA TOSI I- LJAOKSON KENTUOKY J J WISE IIAG INS ATTOUNEYArLAW Office over Po tOIHce JACKBOX KSNTUCJZT 1iAll bualneis Intrusted to him will lecetve prompt and careful at tpntlon HI mnmm rmiTit nmmmjmmmm IIIIIK I L C ROARK I 1 LAWYER JAOK80N KENTUOKY 3 Will practice In Breathitt and r S Counties MRIIIlW111f1tlLBtlLLU1llllaR11111l1I1118FUSION FOn COUNTY JUDGE S S TAULBEE Van COUNTY ATTORNEY J WISE IIAGINS FOR COUNTY CLERK S IL HURST FOR SHERIFF BRECK CRAWFORD v wr ron JAILER JAMES L LITTLE J FOR ASSESSOR JOIN II BLANTON FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENUENT HENRY B NOBLE ron COnONER- vNICJI COMBS Section 1553 of tim Kentucky Statutes loads as Whenever it llObo desired by tho comihittee tfr jiertytholdgo provisions of this nrtico f coninutteoorgovorningauthority 4 y at forty days prior to publienoticOnt tbo court house door nnd1 placeins 1 notice shall state tho date of such proposed t prim election hours letwetnwWohit will b- IIC C- adates artbl 4 slyled slid the places at which polls will bo opened lit such election No suchnotice of any primary or any notice at all was ever post ed at the court house door or nny other public place in Brenthitt l I count Wo uuderatqnd that the OtliriAJjltlOns wlteu such primary wts field what time and what lace and how any Democrat1iJiOlJd 1v any party law or usag ito support such a so nominee Tho Eiieion ticket was nominat JIUflargesttive citizens over Been in Jackson r They made their noininntionS f the court house in daylight sliertf everybody was allowed to participate Let tho come out and toll whoro and how they were nominated AVo will donate them all the space necessary for such an explanation Let the committee or anyone oleo if there should be anywho nominated t the Midnighters vote for them Wo will bo satisfied if those who didnot will vote for the Fusion ticket Wo do not think party toy ally is a sufficient excuse for vot ing for fraudulent nominees oven importautissues Breathitt county must be redeem ed A vote for the Fusion tickot is a vote for that redemption a- vote for the Midnighttrs is an in ddreoment of the conditions that couutylorafford to indorse them Let jour answeritHave you seen any real estate men in this county for tho past three years wanting to buy your land your coal or your timber The reign of lawlessness here has kept them away If you elect tho Midnight ticket you endorse that reign nnd will Reel money from being Invested in this county for years to come Can you af ford to do it 1 Can tho picture ofa rooster fraudulently obtained be a suffi cient excuse for your voting forth destruction of your county arid thedcgrcdation of your fam dies The salvation of this county depends upon tho election of tho Fusion ticket in November JU t LM r+ Il h- q NIGH TAXATION IN BREATti17 T Editor News The question of high taxes has greatly increased in the minds o the citizens and taxpayers of this outraged county of ours the empire of Eastern Kentucky Her mineralwealth is practically in exhaustible her is d with forests of great value and beauty thed illand of every nation proQf TJrelfthitt county arer to b englRedluJl development of theafc CI1o lrces and luishthe criosof the nations that dally and hourly ring inohV cars for these HndevplopedToaohfcest of Breath JUcounty Are raidy to be shorn by jjfher yeomanry of he capitadrecompense their toils These hills anti vales l A itr re eiVec froth tin Great Givit ofwealth thesped a various minerals whoso have since bou nccompljshodjfcad is uowlatfbMpg to bring forth tfiejr jbtft the present admix istratiou stalitfi r jeas oppoaeto t estroya rut e k if it be unable to prevent its birth rite remedy has been sought tho prescription given the great indnstryOt luningstands ready t gpen the of the earth ran bring to market tho ererttttresour tJwlncl fsYconcealedienstl I t4c1citizen Qfoullcouh tYThine craos of Ui e h lrungryrisetdailyctn 1 hourly o unbounded riches f Daily thojcitJZQna of Breathitt county need iewealth which lies beneath theilr and yet nutidtliis plenty the tiff zdnatQtakiu y journey to real from lives end infi verty that might liave- jtthjrjvi8eclosed in wealth and the pe a x t103 TSrifu IL1Zeli woiiutnot object to thopayirig of high taxes if tho pcotectkonof life libortyand prop tyvor8 that the valuation of their property increased with the rise of taxes But the prig e of property is depressed nnd to increased report should not be taxed abovo its cur rent or market value but i Breathitt county it is now at 1G per cent and yet the tido rises Tho taxes on nil our property was increased 25 per cent for thi year without nay cause There wag a just remedy for this in the hands of the County Court but it remedyit3 life of the administration tho just must suffer for tho sins of tho un just and the Mammon of unrigbt eougnoss could not leave such op portunities unimproved Jf the county court had appointed super visors who were acquainted with tho real value of the property of the county and they beingIllen who know their duty and meant to do it the property of the county would have been placed on an equality and the weight of tnxn tion fell whore it belongs but as it is there are many citiona today who arobearinp other mens bur dens Is this just If not let us remove this burden and placo it where it belongs and on Govern ber 7th elect men who are willing torecognize the laws of their conn try Rndstand by the people in their rights honor our homes re maN the and from Jdienceleague now existing with the De vil TheMidnight ticket would have hen9 of Broatliitt county I O P I i 1r7N xtelM- SccuIEL IIt41bf LI 4 l rtS Stl 4 ds3QS to WifLLk wiLL CLOTH IN G If you want auitv- ercoaor an For YOURSELF or your BOY and want the BEST for the LEAST MONEY ou can BUY the SHIELD BRAND with confidence for you will get what youWANT vlA FOR SALE BY John WJtfeJAC- KSON ICY Loft believe that this increase of taxa tion has been levied upon thorn for the erection of a State Cnpitol Then if that he so wharc 1I0tI fall the counties of the State burI dealt with a like taxation 1 Breathitt bear this burden alone According to the precedence of the she less use for each llmau all other coon ties she absolutely the laws there made If they had said it tins to prepare the State prison for tie ease and comfort of some of her most prominent citizens then the people have had grounds to bdieve them right Fellow citizens let peaco reign in the hearts that are true and tears flow from that arc wor tAYOTEH rAfter several months labor in tho WQUo county oil fields where he owns much valuable oil and mineral lands tho lIon A Floyd Byrd former Commonwealths mntJtholdings in that sec 0 i a l Mtffibe CIOSOtO 4SOcashi- Ph n n ate tooloflice ididvwas np etucr in special ion and raise your tax Ies 11hen I nth elected the first thin l will do will be to call tho togetherandlo3veryourd I ceptancc A Deserved Promotion To go into effect October 1st 1905 J II Gallagher has been appointed general passenger agent thetterritory cast of Louisville to sue teed Georgo L Garrett who has resigned fb go into other business Mr Gallagher has performed tho combined duties of chief clerk and advertising manager in the office otGencral Passenger Agent L J i Irtvin during tho past four years in n most satisfactory manner ns is evidenced by his important nd vanccmcnt While his hcadqunr legs are at Louisville yet he will nape frequent visits to Eastern intersron 7iturO 22 Sunday trains on tho Southern sumsmer have been leaving Louisville at G p m Lexington 430 p m and Burgin 410 p m will bo restored to tho regular schedule nnd will leave at the same hours on Sunday as during tho week namely Louisville 350 p m Lexing ton 305 p m and Burgin 245 p m Train No 19 from Versailles to Georgetown will leave Versailles at 040 p m on Sundays slime as on week days Tho time of evening train at local stations on Sundays will ho tho same ns during the week The horrors of Wnr In hIs diary of tho campaign of ISM tile Emperor Frederick of Oerniany wrote It Is a shocking thing to redo over a battlefield and It Is Impossible to describe tho hideous mutilations which present themselves Warts really something frightful nnd tlioxe who create It with a stroke of tho pen sit ting at a green cloth table little dream what horrors they nro conjuring up Bismarck once expressed himself to the same effect and added nod It not been for mo there would hero three great wars tho lOIS tho bClmI 80000 mon would not have been ficed and many parents brother tern and widows would not now be mourner That however have IQtj tied with my Mnkerl Jfe v 7 AN EYE ATTRACTOR APART AUOGCTHtR FHOM THE HIGH VALUE AND EXCELLENCE O- FINTERNATIONAl5UITS THERE IS SOMETHING ADOUT THEM THAI IS MORE THAN USUALLY EYE ATTRACTIVE TIIEY LOOK WELL JIIEY NOT ONLY ATTRACT 1 ATTEHTIOH BY THE ElEGEKCE OF Tilt FABPJC nUT CY TJII 03cEMD MJIj1j OFBECIIT Puzzleta rude or merely a pro ptctvripureha tr 4iI We guarantee satisfaction lf orderourS tidham Ii Son JAOKSON KY ACTORS IN CHINA They Ot II lah Sfilarlrn and Are Able to rive In Luxury China Is the actors paradise There nro thousands of ncjors In the empire I and the lop notchcr4 earn con lltern lily more In proportion tlian actors even J In thli country of high salnrlcs A na thc actor will earn If ho Is n first rnl man ns high ns 1890 n year nu while this money Is Insignificant compared to our princely pny lIrm It II procure comforts and luxuries to native lu Clilna that could not be du plicated hero for fifty times tho nmouut Thcru Is a national actors club with 30000 life niemlwM and there Is a special gal InTliotemplw to whom nil good Chinese lliosplam pray It Is very difficult to acquire the title of actor In Chlrin The pupil Is obliged to study tlirec years ns n HU ler anti one more year la required to give him the flushing touch The pu pil must learn by heart n repertory of nbout fifty different plays and the rest of his life Is spent In acting these plays without the sllghtostjchance qt ever be lug purmltttil to new oiies The Idea Is that an actor ns such nnwt not condescend to Irarn which is fit ting only to an prentci but aa sie tor may wltholltIIIJur to his tllgittty teach worthy pupll ivhnt he himself learner us a pupil Chicago Chronicle iaft III Prlendaldp- At j r the mutual busHicJa nicctliiR of n country church In tlie western part of time state several of the brcthrcniBpoke of the nnnoynnec caused at time Sunday services by the habit In which BOIHO persons Indulged ot spitting upon the floor especially lil the neighborhood of the stove naylltlio riilhidelphJa LQiigcr The pastorTsjiSKCstinl that If they had a couple otcu plllfII In the church perhaps the nijnoyauee might bo lessened Whereupon a good deacon rarose I move that Brother A and Urothcr n bo appointed as cuspidors for the cmiulns yearInconprehenaIb1 I And nsked linen c dearest friend after she had returned from her wedding trip la your iiu3baml Just as you expected he would hot wVrcut you tllanppoluted In him tn any ways Well yes she replied or I dont knoW that ts diaappohtment exactly but I cant understand how ho can oioI letter addressed to mo ljus nround all day pad never tblnlc of olI llnglttClIIcll neconlIIernld v 0- I I THE SOLDIER OF 76 itHe Was Not n 3Ill aryTFlBure but rte Wn EOrcttve- Grncml John Thomas was the corn manlier of the provincial troops when they occupied South listing He WitS an Intimate friend of Washington sail Tall regarded as one of the W4t pal ccra of the little army Ills military 17TOtiThe port witch Thomas was ordered Roxburynly visible from no ton The generals troops coiislMtod of only 700 oleo but when time anny took up Its position ho marched the line round amid round tho hill multiplying many times the air parent slzo of the regiment In some reapectI the scornful appella tion of rabble glvon by tile HrllUh to Thomas tllvlslou was appropriate to the provincial troops Btatlonetl on time hilltop the social oiiunllty nail fa miliarity which existed nt hone be tweon the officers and privates con tlnued In catup Hill said a captain to n private go anti bring n pail of water for your mesa I shunt responded Dill Its your turn now 1 got the last one The appearance of tho troops svgs against them also from n military point of view The noidlor of 70 was n grimy figure his head wrapped In nn ohl bandanna handkerchief pipe be tween teeth leather breeches yarn stocking and hobnailed shoe but It was a company of these uncouth sol dicta who fortified Dorchester heights Ip a single night to tho wonder and ad miration of the British army LLFOR SALE A GOOD BUSINESS Oa account of ill health I huvo decided to move to n milder cli mate therefore I offer for sale my General Store here consisting- of aNew Stockof Ul y Goods Shoes Clothing Groceries Hard ware Qucenswnre etc This is tho best country stand in Clark county Four and onehalf acres of fine bluegrass land now orchard of all kinds of budded fruits residence of 5 romis now 2 poultry houses stables etc wr rL B FORD Wades Mill Kjv Y F DAY BROSf I ref JA I = OOMPANY= I IWholesale and Retail hats ctlemost complete stock oj i i GENERALI I i MERCHANDISE I Ever brought to Jackson Consisting I of W- I- Irothiuq jI1f OJ 0 u Jfj t N t t1lOU6t e ifatSt Y iJf4 J r St Q lior1 e Laesd I T 07 vycFashionable 1111 Lot of Shoes may Vt y R t- Ye I have the fin GSt Eastfcu t Kclillck J Our i 1 1shoos arc z fIIf the latest stliAI ii a N THE LATEST DESIGNS IN JVMtUNERY t This Department is under man agemenibof MissMargaret Basket who can show you The Latest Style Hats I direct from New York City Also 000DSJInMarketsf uj InjS or- t FURNITUREW- oare the people you are looking for we have it by car loads to suit every body Come andsee us our IIII HII ICI I ultrPrices I DAY B RO S 1JacksonV 1 l tj I of ir 7 1 J 4- I rar ESY C The Bfeathitl NewsIl- iMlntiiHlIMrtnyr f n r 4 acrrcJI1 rJ Local and Personal l1Maa Tiattdcn for fine CANDIES Stap with Hart Bros nt Reed hotel when in Lnxinuton 1I 9 William Bolin is visiting liclIIl in 1Voodfutdcounty Clafenco Ilnildcn has tho nicest line of Calces ever handled here 0 B Combs was elected a trus too of the common school at Nod McCajier Neacc Sr of Ned was appointed n Deputy Sheriff Jjist Monday Miss Tcinpa Campbell of Ned who has been very sick for some time is improving John B Cornctt of Winchester I purchased new piano of F 11 Endicott last week t J Neal who moved from here to McCormick hut spring is preparing to moro hack Misses Lydia Hays and IdaPor tor of Robbins were tho guests of Miss Mac Kincnid Tuesday I have just receivedn car load of Furniture at the lowest prices JOxls UItJTUItC STonE Henry C Hurst has so far re covered from his attack of fever us to be able to bo nt his oilico again Born to Mr and Mrs Henry Hounshell of Quicksand neighborhood on October 13th a 121 pound boy Mr and 11 rs1 G Patrick of Lylcons anti Mrs Fred Park of Irvine are the guests of Mrs T B Sturdilnti day until Monday Rat U D HicronywQus flIwife of Primrose woro visiting c their daughter Mrs Sully Hyden at Klkatawa this week V Sjuulay trains on tho LwcinKtot Chtrsicrn rnilr0ad have ntlib 4nlinucll otbe trim them1nrn rhnU i rho litttc t wifl trvJust e lure SteIe I nr JJ lure Rlarts rhcte 1 tvlnclhtwi be sold nt lhtMjTst prices 0 fr Dr W 1L IIoKj who hrfS beet 0 nt a Lexington hospital for treat mont hits so far recovered as table I be to return homo tn aew ns Mr and Mrs A II ititlt- torltinred nt their pn tl Heights Inst Friday celltilI honor of C C Hubbard and wifen of Bobbins j Gon Dyer has bought out Wyn Bolins barber shorn on Broadway and took posscsYipn Monday Ho formerly occupied the shop in th post oflico building Mrs Loucinda Bowman who has been confined for somo weeks with an attack of fever at tho home of her mother on east Main Street is slowly improving Kdward Perkins the thirteen yearold son of Frank Perkins near Hindman last Wednesday was killed bi n sawlog rolling over hint crushing his skull lie died instantly Rev J It Peoples of Winches ter filled the pulpit in tho Meth odist church hero last Sunday Ho was a Tennessee rebel soldier and was in the fights of tho Army of tho Tennessee under Generals Bragg Johnson and Hood 4Young has bought out tho interest of Frank Willis in tho butcher shot on Main street ri business of tho linn will bo run in the name of N B Combs Co They will handle all kinds of fresh meats fresh vegetables and groceries Tho forceful preaching of Evangelist Burns at tho Baptist church is attracting largo crowds Ho is being recognized as one of tho strongestpreachers that has ever como to our town The meetings 7continue Sunday service at 1100 a m and at 700 p m jGoy Folkof Missouri says Tho people can overthrow civic evils whenever they want to und gQtjust as good government as they deserve or as find ins they permit jb to become Hasnt our thebadHickQtwnd have some of 1ho good I k 1 i All kinds of PiqiCbES either in bottles pfh ut Haddcns JJIG Arnett of Ilondricks wn herp bon business first of the week FR1CSII OYSTKKS and Celery at CLAUKNUB IIADDRNS Saturday Mrs A 11 Patton left Tuesday morning to visit her old home illI West Virginia shade Smith of Kmnmlina was hero Tuesday on business and gave our oilico a call You will find eatables at Char once Haddcns putt no other store in Jackson handles T Can tlfo people of Brcathitt county stand four years more of misrule nnd high taxation Voto for the men for office who know what your interests are and will work for them when elected Sam Hislo colwas hung al Winchester yesterday morning for the crime of rape committed on the person of tiffs Case several weeks ago- If a Midiightcr asks you to vole for him because his name is on the Democratic ticket ask him why he did not allow you to help put it there Section 20 Kentucky Election laws requires tho judges of elec dons having election seals to re turn them to tho County Clerk after tho expiration of six months violations of which are punishable by line and imprisonment Officers not Itnvingompliedwith this re quir fmnwil please do so nt oncoI I=jTfrmmK Clerk Our Fifth Aimlvors irj Thd BrcnthHt County News with this issue enters upon jtr fifth year W e tuko occasion to thank our many fricjAlj fpr tlfbh patronage thus for nmlfhpiio they IwJII continuo to help qff tit mako our paper tho best in this section if th Stnh MnriargidcCuses 1lj2l1owlng marriage license vo ll l tlitflng tho past veal tnnt nlllu1li1Jnl1ltIi8fi Ar jmiaIn X71 4 Mary yibb h on Marshall lnttiiU 1T lllIi hall i Tlioiims ItpHton cutuba Killed Thonfits Benton Combs was shot 1lJJointho head of Laurel Fork of uc Clabit nbopt tIrcntyht o mile ttQJl fc It is clnrnied that bo11 s were tlrmklllS nnd lhatttlt 1Icntsister whie started tho troubleYM1 Grading rircoint Vurk Monday ntorninghirescnt week presgntedone ofMlie busiest scents ever witnessed probably Iei was the bCJri 1l1il of the wgrk on mncn1Jal zing t strccts df nck- sonJlil1rm on neatly or gnwz tUocaV company have the conlrnctThcjtfmvc about n dozen employn ed and judging from tho manner in which tho work is being pushed by foreman W T Williams it illbe completed in about weeks if the weather permits Circuit Court Very little business has been done in court during the past week The trial of Wm Howe charged with the murder of Ilcnsloy ro suited in n hungjury G W Sizcmoro plead guilty to breaking into Alfred Allens store cud was sentenced to tho lenten tiny for one year The cases against Muses Fcltner lasteterm were moved to Leo county on a motion for n change of venue Several other cases have beer continued Tho grand jury has returned sev eral indictments and were ills chafed Thursday evening They were examining witnesses in the Marcum aiso Tuesday Wednes day and Thursday but failed to melee an indictment on account of some of tho jury voting against it for reasons just as well known to other people as to themselves Commonwealths Attorney Ad urns huts asked that an clisor be ap pointed to summon another grand jury to make a further inquiry in to tjio Marcum murder which Judge Uiddcll has taken under ad visement PllOMPT DELIVERY on nil purchases aVO IIADDENSr a P A PROPOSITION From Biilerliitcndeiit Noble f School Conlroviu y in n1i Allltlavlt i FellowCitizen and YotSifa oT Brenthitt C ttfritv Below you will find tlmtMlnfCi ling allidavit which I offered the State Board of Examiners regard jug tho examination held before and conducted by Jim Hargis and which many of you no doubt have heard Mr Brophy nnd Jim Har gis state that I made somo unusual statements about Messrs Lyon and A C Carpenters qualifications I have been quoted oh the streets and other places ns having said in this nllidavit that neither Messrs Lyon nor Carpenter were qualified to obtain certificates Head tho affidavit for yourselves and you will find out n little morn of these mens ability to make cor rect statements- I Intro said that Mr Carpenter could merit a certificate on any fair examination and that 1 did believe that on a fair honest examination like those sent out as test of qualification for superin tendents that Mr Lyon could not make an average for himself of 50 per cejit and I am still of this belief- I am strong enough in that be lief by the consent of those addressed to make public this propo sition give or take That if Mr Lyon can from his own store o knowledge make a general aver ugo of 50 per cent with not less than 10 per cent on any one branch I will quit this Taco and leave the field clear fur him Should ho fail to make such nn fmirago let him confess to tho Unlawful things practiced in his oxmniimtion and Ijyive tho field to tub Cut n may loose from his 1rooks without any school tern k to doifor twenty years then call him up and I assert that ho will bo n back number oven though jio be from Virginia Sincerely yours IlrMiv B NOIILK c t r TR II tLi I ttJT State of uniui- Ureathitt y County of set Tho aifiiant Henry B Noble TWOS on oalhlhnl ho is reliablyin r thntthc for r tificates of qualification iis tipper intendent of Schools of Brenthitt wens not conducted in accordance with tho law for tho following reasons viz timecxnminingboaru d morning of August 25 1905 and continued its jrork during business hours until Saturday noon of August 20 1905 and that it was there std then abruptly and un lawfully adjourned by Tames liar gis County Judge without hat unt ust 2 1905 sai Ilargis having had the questions mitt manuscripts in charge over Friday night and that he then at noon Saturday arbitrarily took charge of said questions and manuscripts and kept them in his charge until Monday morning of August 28 1905 nt watsoon s in less than one hour Judge liar gis stating at tho timo ho adjourned said examination that ho lied political business to attend to and failed to demand tho services of W II Blanton County Attorney who was then in Jackson Ky nnd whose services tho alliant be lieves could have been hud for the mere asking This nfliant says thnt he further and earnestly believes that Judge Ilargis did thus nd journ this examination for n other cause other than that tb work and manuscripts of Mr A F Lyon who was nt that time n applicant before said bonrdcould bo changed that ho Mr Lyon might thus obtain a certificate SecondFor tho reason thnt Mr Lyon is named as n candidate with Judge Hargis on tho would b usurping Democratic ticket for November election 1905 this aft ant believes Judge Ilargis would lay aside principle and do all that ho could lawful or unlawful to procure a certificate for Mr Lyon furthor1cliablIy mained about town all the after noon pf Saturday August 20 af tel said examination had been so adjourned seemingly unemployed d idlegossipI i I s r ro It 1 = YTVt1fz C = = = c== =t Ii q 4 Ne GoodsitI 18a 4RIVING DAILY jF and I m nr ffrig their domrr so lou haI i- o ls vullo irpl1al to buy gJods of ne6il- ia only rfulJftl l1 Mal a dollar buys so manyIi goods II fakes loo long o spend rt- Come a1 once andsocuro omM many argansAfllJI1 for you Jour frfcnd- J I jRLAKEQ t tiA tunjuiLnnd im I unlawful unusual i practicable so far as this afliant is informed except by judge Ilar horassumes own way Iholodges rules ncboTo bo condemned and his arbitrary1 laws re pealed JEmrBNonJl j Subscribed anti swonvto Ueforc- tiin lnIIonrv 13E lCnlilfT this Sop tombcr Hlli jD t j S S Tvminita D CM C By W f McIxTOSir n CI =FPSE I In rIATROR1ZC n FIOMEN f INDUSTRYt t I Now is1 the tim Jo builcin to italncksQn Purlylinising nil oldsaying I Piforu7o sIv if i want them to patrqnizb you IX lletncruber thiil every dol ID minI spent with Jackson mcr increases the value of flIhomo industry that much yobIJackson business housemS0l110 investigate before filmilli J j DON j S F ftD Y06R mOtlEY OUT OF PW 25252525sJz as Funeral Postponqd The funeral of Michael Gabbard Sr which was advertised to bo conducted on the 1st Sunday in November has been postponed till somo time next year duo nbticeof which will appear in thesecolumns Fusion Nominations = 1 John Brown was nominated for justice of tho peace in Magisterial District No 7 last weok on the Fusion ticket t At a mass meeting her at the court house last Saturday II F Davis was nominated fofSliistice of the Pence nnd Thomas Robinson for Constable of Magisterial DistrictNo on the Fusioirticket IJlcJp n Worthy Cause Charles Hobertson whowas so foully murdered at rho funeral Oada children without any means of support Mr Jlobertsorijjwas n hardworking man ns un untimely death was not any fault 0of his and as tho fiscal wurt has tilled to mnko any provision for our worthy poor for tho post four years wo deem it our duty to call thu attention of the people to the needs of this worthy family in tho time of their great distress so that any ono who may feel disposed may contribute whatever amount they desire Wo will publish n list of those who contribute and the amount each contributes Wo tusk the Jackson Hustler to do a like s0rICOfor this poor widows and her orphans i r ift FOR RENT A house containing six rooms li acres of ground i acre for J1f1l11Wlood barn fruit good opposite the mouth of Stray Branch about two miles cast of Jackson Cullon or write jo 111na ROIIINSOX Jackson Ky A Splendid Offer Wo have a splendid combination newspaper offer which is fully described on the lirst rage Rend it An agricultural a fruit grower u poultry journal and your leading newspspcr four papers n whole year for ttf5 Take advantage of it now as it will only last short time a1 v lit Sterling Court The larest of cattltseveral fullaGOOO cattle hre AI pens in toWII wero full wHlrcattIo on thcstrcc and then nil the stock brought in that was forSUWXcr r 1 6uversasking fucesSi And traders wore slow to accci co w tr prices A few bunches of the best 1000lb steers sold at 360 but most sales aver 325 to 340 The best yenrHngr at 350 but the others at 3 to 325 Heifers nt 225 to 275 cows nt lie for sinners to 2 to 2c for better class bulls at 2c Largo crowd at the pens and ai great deal of busi ness done luring tho duty A great nanny cattlolcf over unsold enough to make Ji big day of Tuesday Advocate J1b You 50PPEDi 50 5J1IIt- he 1 are macadamizing streets building houses and burningI bli iund electioneering to s beat tho band This is pro gross and it is progress when you can buy SHOES GUARANTEEDTO 47 Months when you can buy a first class lino of 0ewtiza Hants furnishing woods in Jackson X3tT out of tho old fogy ways lend h helping hand help tho town nnd help the merchant who is trying to 7 help yout withn firstclass lino of foods Hurrah for tho town and better mcrchan tilt diso 1 J4 ltftborn u = 4THE VALUE OFR1 tilE nltlm E TArION na rf1 EETpIJO- nZi JS Cl5JIED 1 Through the medium of ft Creative Genius A prestige 1t net only to the dealer but to the purchaser n t VALUABLE ASSETfi iApresUro that appeals to the serious consideration of j I r1 tho most discriminating purchaser who recognizes andr appreciates tho relation of quality and tone A distincI tivcncss characteristic of tho EVERETT PIANOSTV V I V Jtl II +BROADVAY F NEAR ENDICOTTMAIN STREET JACKSON KENTUCKY I BEST COAL ON THE MARKET I fc IUIt Novelties CURL LUNG BACK be had here cur yards in May be you think that all coal very much isnt by a jugful OF OURS know better Youll find than Thats because its all goodclean coal of the best trrade IyoY Ifc5 + c52aZ5cS2525525252S252S2S2cr5 2251- Nrn R M SHELYr d t LITTLE 11 rn SlIEL fv 141 tEl- l 1i 1t iIACPUltIR Axb 1iS t MARBLC A1D G ANiTE iiLtmentsN I I1d T r bs es mlLiY p t 22 YEAR EXPEiNCE tt r 4t1 mlACKSOlBREA1HIT1 CQUNTy NllUGSY m 5iillw Jd REST FREE BUS and FKOM Ii en Y 1 a rri DEPOT to 41 t fRI GroN HOTEL S S flAUIiBEE PROP Ji GKSOV Icy 1 1if UOODLIVERYsTA01E1 FIttZCLAs9SAMPlEfCONNECTION r ROOMS Io f I L d r WatchescT I Silverware Silver andall kinds of first class Jewelry call qn S D FLEENOR4 j JEWELER AND OPTICIAN JACKSON KY KILL tHE COUGH AND TUB LUr CS WlTulBr Kings New Discovery PrictFOR100 Surest and Quicxent Ouro for alt THROAT and TROX7S lES or MONEY FOmYSHOIffit troTAR- nit Y c0 5readleeUb11iagc II is to right at Jackson is alike Well it TRY ATON n1tdoWl1 it lastiiiglonger yrou 55Ei2 DE x k HOTELITI1E TO IJ = W H Henderson OreBEALEU I- NGrain Seeds Feed Wheat Rye Barley Oath and Corn Olover flnmtby Millet Kentucky IIIuv Gras Orchard Gnu llunearlati Hay Straw Trill Feed I I UPTONOW Printing TIlE NEws has added new faces of typo to its job de partment and is prepared to do printing of every descrip bejLETTER IIEADS- ENVELOPES BILL HEADS STATEMENTS SHIPPING TAGS 0 ITU RECEIPTS MINUTES CARDS LABELS CIRCULARS INVITATIONS PROGRAMS ETC A neat job and a fair price always guaranteed Try us if you want to be pleasedI r9411 Uort 0096 Ufy9 promised II 4 I romnllQ TAlttt fA rt I tlMh e 1INfN iJfC t 4 G r 7 I o WOMAN CAME FIRST Ir Tradition us to tho Origin tlr a Sjflii btaft Knmllr t De arctic Eskimos have their trad MTof the origin of man much the ea the Caucasian end their tnles 1 t6prowess In bat tic theIr IInln glories of whnt I 1j uw on almost extinct race are M juUltag as some of those that tell ot I UYoUllrolls deeds of Odin and Thor et f those Grecian ancients whollo ear yet vreewved In prose nDll According to Eskimo tradition the tnt nan wal made not from the dust of the earth bat from a piece ot chewS tg gum for be It known that the In I Un Is the original gum chewer QI woll as tobacco smoker But woman was first The Brst woman was lying oat day on her couch of furs chewIng gum Growing weary she took lrfroin t her mouth aid fashioned It Into te I form of a man Tired then she II Ulccp to find upon her awakculn tkat the breath of life had been breath Into the figure of gum of which she tad been the architect and lo ma- nu thorel And so the world began lie peopled It U related as a fact that high ton S mountain to the north and cast of Point Hope are tho skeletons of three otmlaks or boats In good condition They have been well preserved durIng 20000 years or more by climatic con dltions and may have been the original Noahs arkn They tone time In nil I probability rested upon the belchSt ILou15GlobeDemocrat A JUUICIUIIM inquiry A well known traveling man yiiu Tfiiti ilia drug trade saps 114 15 ofUnheard druggists inquire of customers who asked Cora cough medIcine whether it was wanted for a child or for an adult and if for a viuld they al most invariably recommend Chamber Iains Cough remedy Tho reason for 1thIsII that they knor there Is no dan I ger from it and that It always eLITe there Is not the least danger in givin J it and for cbulis1 colU and croup II is unsurpassed Fur tale by Jackson Drug Co j CHARCOAL- I I I The Wnr That Vied In fluking Gunpowder Ii Produced Charcoal making forgunpowdcr Is a 1much more Owpllcttootlr cess than ordinary field klln mahufactur Only certain kinds of wood are used usually the young shoots of elder nut willow and It Is cut In the spring so that tho bark mot be stripped oftVIt Iii Ithenriled under airy open sheds tim I to remain several years until 4 It Is thoroughly dried When the pow tier maker Is ready for n now supply or charcoal tho wood Is cut Into lengths of three feet and plaited In tight iron I retorts uuder and aro nd which a tire roars continually The dampers and EpIjio are so arranged that tho wQrk men hue complete control of the heat At tho end of the retort a hole Is left tudIlte toC11l ot fiJi tlauiuimbigtu F rrifig fliCSS 1 ftTtrPi11 CttcjIt1h15theY Ieeeltbv retort nail conveys then Into the fur nacv where they take the placo of it good dcal of fuLL When Uie flames or e the gas become a deep blue color till 10 workmen know that the wo6d Is suifl I clwitly charred and the retort I coole UowTi as quickly as possible The char ooal lstiion left for a week 01 more be icforegrlmllng becnuxo If plactil In tM at onee there Is danger or spontaneous combustion UhbjiMt charcoal id Jet black and fraoittrci show vclv9ty surfacestf 1r1 Doctors Said Ho AV fIttlllotLh Peter Fry WooaFiiffr writeI After doctoring firioyears with the beet physician nes and still getting worse the iloclors advisee me jf Il fad any buelneesfto attend to I lund botter to at once as J could not possibly live another montl as there was no cure for mi Fbleyi Kidney Cure was recommended to liv by a friend and I immediately sen my son to the store for it and att r taking three battle I began to get batter and continued to improve until I vaa entirely well JIIokRllf1Drug Co Broken In Her llemrtb A volume from Germoiiy The New Opera Glass containing the plots ol the most popular operas affords the following concerning Goes rite Turning of the Itefpnctory Fourth act 7 Itoom In PotmchWn house 1elru chlo bunting for anger about all thlngn nothing can satisfy him Kath anne Is nearly broken In the hearth but she loves him nUll her refractory 1st justly going away letruchiotIo loves her and after some quarrels their lhearths are finding together to a happy life Dont Ito linposcd Upon Foley Co Ghfcnjo originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lunp remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar nany fmltathins are offered for the genuine These worthless lint tation lave similar sounding names Beware of them The genuine Foley Honey and Tar is in a yellow package Ask for It and refuse any substitute It It the butt remedy for coughs and eold Jackson Drug Co A Danaeruui Sriiiiituut When a member of stunt Eunice Washingtons family diedthe family she had served with faithfulness so many yenretho old womans grief wiw ns poignant as If she had under stood tho causes which led to It 4 Its de saute trouble took Miss Lily olf dut took her sister Marlannn eight t fcan ngonho saul ton friend wiping Pier eyes pn her gay plaid apron When J heard Dr Stun speak bout de vital I rknowMIss Lily wouldnt stay hyaFhiucu longer When dat vital spot conies but on a pusson you might Jos ts vellly down your hope un prepare for do cud headache U catiied by a dlior4 y iIclcondition of the itomnoh and Is J curedby Chamberlains Stom achandLlv r Tablet For iale by JektonDugCo i ifrdI 4 e- yicj I tr h J I 3p T BIRD MjOgATjONr J tTlie Star In7 Guide the Wlnuc- S Ji TruveUt l r Muh The migration ofljlrds by dnyllgl hits received a grcatjtical of attention lion the part of naturalists nnd bird generally hut tho passage of tile feathered creatures during the night Is still a matter for considerable specula tlou tutu theorizing That birds do travel by night Is not disputed Then how do they guide themselves over the long stretches or and and sea which separate their sum mer and winter homes In the darkness they can scarcely distInguish those figurative milestones which art said to servo as guides by day The vision may be keen but It Is dlttlcult to believe that tlJe birds do go by thos sumo guides at night especially as they are often between two and thEe miles aloft says Home Notes The supposition Is that these creatures like human mariners shape their course by the stars Whether they cnn distinguish the various planets or con stellatlons or how they do It can at present only bi conjectured but thq theory receives support from the fact that when the stars are obscured by high clouds tho hints come nearer to earth tUtU appear to be disconcerted The thought that these small beIngs can fly through space and have their routes mapped out by the Innumerable astral bodies that stud the universe is full of significance For All Kinds of Pllod To draw the lire out nf a burn hat a out without leaving a soar or to eurO boils sores letters eczema and all skin and scalp diseases use DoWit Witcii Hazel Salve A specific fur blind bleeding itching and protruding piles Stups the pain instantly and ours permanently Get the genuine Sold by Jackson Drug Co A Cklneie Maxim When the sword Is rusty the plow bright the prisons empty the granaries full the steps of tile temples worn down and those of the law courts grass grown when doctors go afoot the bak eta on horseback nnd the men of let tars drive In their own carriages then governedfaW Iea man lau hUjjUways set hIm down as foo1iidiif nerer as false BalthasorGracian jjf A Pleastiro to All No pill ism pjeiUant and positive n DeJVItlsJittle Eirly Risers J hell fomotit liltie iiillare so mild and el fectlve thai children delicate ladle and weak people enjIY their cleansing elect w tjt strong people say they are Lull boifllvec pill sold YU Upwel ljouSti Tax says For years I itve used rilttle Early RlsprTilli In my fatally NdbCtIIhll cnn be used for constipation tick headache etc tItan these famous little pills 1I Sold by Jackson DrilU C- uflriunrkute Vortrem In the northcrtrpart of Maitagasca Is the most remarkable natural fortress in the world It Is occupTed by a wild tribe who call themselves Poonl tlcof the Rocks Tho fortress a lofty and precipitous rock ot enormous size lOQO feet hIgh and eight liimare miles In areas its sides are lIo 11 that It cannot be clluibod without nrltflcla means Wltlilnttlt Is hollow and the inly entrance OIl by a subterranean assngev tijiteILtcI Deittli JCIdney tle off Ail n endtfatally hut hri04IIlnJ the right kind of med- IcIne Vulfe of Bear Grove To1- isa chealifiUdith lie sis Two ysars ajSI had Kidney Trouble which caiuedjAe great palp suffering indanzlety Utltopk Electric Biti ters which StedJtCompleto cure I havo also fo fSitHetn of great benefil In general deblTUy stud nervn trouble and keep them coimtantly on hand since aufind1they have no equal JclwtnDrg Co grufrantees thfin at f t 0 rbo iou WrtOn UllllouT Thore ls Otto sum uxpressed by the irabic numerals upon which the Amcr Icon slid the English mathematicians mvo never been able to agree tho ex net number of naughts to bl used In ixprenlng thusuluot 000000000 In this country as well aa In Franco and several oUter European nations a bll lion Is a thousand millions and Is ex ressed with n figure 1 and nine lauglitstbus lOOOWOOOO In Eng land however they speak of a billion as belnarua million zuihiiQIs and In wrIting It TrthVrabli characters nl rayause a figure 1 and twelve naughts thus 1000000000000 IusomnlnntttlhuJlgcHtlou Cured List year I lund a very severe attack of Indigestion I could not sleep tliight and suffered most excruciut Ing paint for three hours after each meal I was troubled this way for About three months when I used Gham erlalns Stomach and Liver Tablets ittid received immediate re1uefryg Jolla DIxon Lullamore Ontario Can adaForlale by Jackson Drug Co Not fliuurlng Mr Stnlate said the bashful younger sister I asked sister If aho thought you would get up and go home like the other young man did If I recited Curfew Shall Not lllng TonIght And what did she say She said there wouldnt be any harm In trying Tobacco seeds arc so minute that a thImble will contain enough to sow over ail acre of ground A Curd This II to certify that all druggists are authorized to refund your money It Foleys Honey and Tar fails to curl- your cough or cold It stops the cough heals the lungs and prevent nerlou results from a cold Cures la grippe cough and prevents pneumonia and niumpilon Coutalns no opiates The genuine Ii In a yellow package Refuse lubititutei Jackson Drug C- IOLEflUOIIETAdfAR n wfwi Vfl T WW nm iw i TWO MAIDENS jv st 1 slit lCieSbl Moral One That ivOhco there Were twMniteiiM who Sought to Catch nXlcejiouiig Mutt who nlso WOK a Good filing And It kuis n False Start itt tho Eyes of the UndlKcornlng for tiieDno was Excoo lag Fair to Jootilii n nmljJrcssi Styllstily while the Other Was Plain of Countenance and litr That wits Always through her Pompadour Tilt Pretty Girl Smiled Sweetly on tho Nice Young Man who was also a Good Thing and Talked to Him till She Du tiled him with her Beauty and charmed Him with her Wit The Plain One tfazed Wonderingly at him and Made hint Talk to her of Divers Thins while She listened Entrantoil at hIs Wisdom and Learning lIe took tile Pretty Girl out Riding anti to the Theater and Bought her Candy and Flow jrs and All the Knowing Ones said She had struck a Winning Quit on the Homo Stretch when one Day he Mar ned the Plain Girl and took Her on an Automobile wedding Tour of Europe Tbe Pretty Girl hud Made him Very much Pleased with Her but the llnln Girl had Gone her One Better and Made him Very much More Pleased with Himself- MoralThuo People who tend lIu man Nature ns they Hun Generally get First to the Wire Baltimore Auiw ella How to Cure Corns and Bunions First soak the corn or bunion In wMer to soften It then pare It don li stately ai poiflblw without raWhlJl blood and apply Chamberlains Palll Balm twice daily rnbblnu vigorous for five minutes at each application A corn plaster should be worn a few days to protect It from the shoe AI a general liniment fur tprains bruist lameness and rheumatism Pain Balm It unequaled Fur sole by Jackson Drue Co fJOHN PAUL JONES A rlllh View of tbe Hero of the Bonbomme Richard John Paul the Kirkcudbright market gardeners son who elected to be famous as Paul Jones has long ceased to bo the Interesting personage he was In the eyes of the naval authorities of the country when In command ofa rotten cxKnst ludlamau known ns the Due de Darns and rechrlstened till Uonhonime ItlchanI he was a holy terror In the firth of Forth and when hi hind engaged and captured a British frigate In British waters after Ono ot he most singular sea combats onre Jrd The some time blockblrder and Smuggler whom the Ituxilau Cnthcrln decorated and advanced somewhat pr saltum to the grade of admiral was a traitor of course In the view Of tile liritish governuiieiitUt the less a thorough Beamaatggfjfltc unusual talent and originality a bulldog Courage and tenacity to untcb Thie Captain Jones too who scat Lady Sc kirk bafebrfvpUfo with his compl ients bad J tlQct41 of a gentlcuiai tr 1Ir Swiuutrled Ill erv uti hasreeogeIsed his met iIall tMljazett 1 tfnkeS Homely Women Pretty No woman no matterviow regula her features ke cnJui called pretty if her complexionfll5b d Orln Laxative Fruit Syrup aids dlgettio and clears sallow blotched complex Ions by stimulating tho liver and bowel Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup doe lattseato or gripe and Is mild and pleasant to take Remember the nam ORrICo and refute to accept any tubstl uto Jackson Drug Co a The RUk Too OrtI may be young said the very ToUnl man but liiy lovu for your lughter Is as strong anti true as It I store whitened by the snows of lunu perable winters I dont doubt your love re lllied the stern father but have you ever bad the measles or the whooping rough It wouldnt be fair you know for us to take you Into tho fatally and liivc to tiliNG you through those coot lialata some time or other Frightful SufTcrinsr llclievcd Suffering frightfully from the ylru lent potion of undigested food 0 G irayion of Lula Mis dok Dr Cings New Life P Ills ti tilt the tf UlW1 hi writes that I TH cured ill stomach and Lowell diurd r give ray tp their tonic Inzative propertie 2dat Jackson Drug Co guaranteed The TniDirnnl Clluinle One peculiarity of the Transvaal ell pate U that while beIng very healthy I t yet has the cliect of making hicolih- iflhupear far older than they really are The rarefied air Is popularly suppostil to be responsible for this An Englishwoman of thirty live who has lived In the country districts for any lengthy- perIod Invariably appears far older hau she really U Womanhood A Daredevil liklo prten ends in a sad accident To heal accIdental injuries use Buckltms Ar utica Salve A deep wound in my foot lrom an accident writes Theodore Solitude of Columbus 0 caused me great pain Physicians were helpless iut Buckle i Arnica Salve quickly healed it Soothes and heals butn like magic 251 at Jackson lrug Go A SoBffcillon- 3H Sloman Now youre joking pain arenlt you Miss Walto Judge for yourself You should know mo pretty well by this time Mr Slpnian nut you puzzle mo sometimes I dont now what to make of you Miss WalteNo By t4e way did jroutiear about Jack Brown and May Long lip made her his wife yestorday13t Lou IInepUbUC Violence In the voice is often only the 4on th rattle of reason Uoyofl I11K1i1J11a kfjgl KMAA BMfl 4sder BIMM 1 p Pt THE DODGING PER DD of n womans life Is the name ofttnjgtvcn r to the change I of liferYour menses coiueHt longer intervals nnd grow scantier until they tclpEonie women stop stiJdenly The entire change lasts three or Jour years nod is thtf cause of much bain and discomfort which can however be cured by taking IWINE C RDUI I I Womans Refuge in Distress Ittjulckly relieves the pain nervousness irritability miseraplcness forgetfulness fainting dizziness hot and cold flashes weakness tired feeling etc Cardul will I bring you safely through this dodging period ahd build up your strength for the rest of your life Try it At all druggists in 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER Put nJ nil timidity fttul write ui anct frankly la trlclct ConS dance tcllof m ill your lymptomi and troubles Wt will tnd free advice I la plain Ml d cnrclop how to cur them AdJrcut Ladles AilTltory Dept The OlutUnoOc Mudlcla Co ChatluO Tean O MEN IN SKIRTS I Tul lip World All Arousid they re lit the Majority If there IA onvdiln prcjumnbly rcr laIn on this enrtX In the o lulon of moU of ui Iti that skirts are csseu tlaliy fomlnlno and that tile sjnvin feature of masculine attire U n blfut catod garmont Hut nothing it fur her froth the truth To this day thll majority of the male element of the human race so far as It wwiw doilies at tilt Is skirted And In vast times not to vorv long ago a gown down fo the foot was Hit correct wear of rt spcctaMllty In clvlllxod Europe- An anecdote told of St Louis king of 1Vauce Illustrates this well Tim monarch was the stoutest of warriors j a man whom no one knowing nnythlui about would dream of nccusln of be lug effeminate but on one ocemHm he seriously offered to exclmiiKe costume Avltli a richly drejaeJ fonmlo rehuiv who had blamed him for wearUB the uuprctentloti uaruiiiits bo usually ufo j fected which she salil were uiuutet i to n king Hut Bhe thought his B VI too plain for her so declined the otterINow it is Impossible to nina like St Luis even nuRgcttln mich Jthjni If the dross of men oiu wdTheut htt not been Iraeticitlb ttltii tlc Orl Jt for war and hunting In tlttl njiaee at old pictures continue this iIIupressiOnEllL1d Magazine Bomb Scusoiinulo AtUii c- It mill bia piece of superfluous m vice lo urge rooiilo at this ea on It he year lo lay In n supply of Chum berUIn CttFihluiuiitiy It it almost nre to be hijeIirewituter is over nu mu ucla more pnnirtii nnu as I I facto i y Oiulls are pblajnedj when taken us onn an a cold Ii contracted anti before- ti tins becon e tettltil hi the syslttui which csn only be dunn by keoptn tIme remedy at hand riiii tenudj ls so widely known antI so altogether goo1 t that no onp thoiild liaitale about buy nc it h Hf rpnert tlall1 other K Is foiesIeIijTiie Jackson Drug Co Cnrrlr1 Out Police ngistnttteVhtli what Instru mcnt or article did your wife lufilcl these wouhda on your faiutiitl head MlchaclWld n motty yr nuner AwhntV1 OA motty wan p these frames with Happy Bo Our Home In It Cas ells AVantn oir Pneiunuiilii All rou lu colds and pulmonary complants thnt ant curable are quick ly cured by One Minute 0 ugh Curd Clears the ulilepu draws out Inflam mation and heals arid toothes the bf fected parts ttreiigtheng the lungs wards off njiim Hula llirmer and pldniniit to take Suit by Jaclcroi UnigCo leallnk AVnx It la singular enough that the oldest known printed recipe for making coin mon Healing wax puhlUhed at Augi burl In 1570 dcscrlbej the use of al most the saute Ingredients as thoxo at present employed Itoslu the whitest that can be obtained venice turpentine and vermilion art tin components Ior black wax lampblack hi to be added for blue Wax small anti for yellow orplmcnt When sealing wax was alone widely used thnn Is the cane at present scented wax was an article frequently on gnlojat fancy stationers One bottle ol Smiths Kidney and Nerve Tonic cureMnnton hail nt u veak back It was to bad that he louldnt get up vrlien he sat down without being inEfconllnoui rack of JSPrice 108 per boltle Very Low Rates to West and Southwest via Southern Railway Jnw round trp rates every first and bird Tuesday each month Two trains dallyrbetween Lexington and StLouii no cluHEe of cars FBKK IKCUNINO CIIAIRI Only one hal1genl CarS between exington and tlu Wert via SODTIIBRN tAILWAT Write for information T W Crew T P A Ill east Main itreet Lexing ton Ky 3EORQETOWN LEXINQJON TRACTION CO Cars liavp Lexington for Paris ov rj hour from 6 n rUdo 7 pm and aiO p in Leave Paris every lunar lrom 7- a in to 8 p in wild al 10 p m Single tare 4OOtnt Leave Lexington for Quorgetown every hour from 7 n m to 1 p m except pmLeaveumj to 10 p m except lOa m43 Kit and 7 and 9 in 1 j ALEXANDER Irasident y I t II 1 s II EVERYTHING BUT DEATH I uttered writes VirgluU llobton of Eaiton Std until I took Cardul which cured ma to quickly It surprised cif doctor who dldut know I wai taklviL I with I had known of Cirdul earlier In life Dizzy Spells and backaches that tired feeling absence of appetito and extreme nervousness that so frequently afflict you mean that you are bilious Biliousness is caused by a badly disordered or Inactive liver Dr CaidtvellsLaxatlnr Syrup Pepsin acts Instantly and effectively on the liver rcinvigoratci and strengthens it anU restores it to perfect condition The remarkable virtue of this vondct- fui remedy has been demonstrate In thousands oHnstanccs and It will work youIIts good effects are pertUnncn- tDRCALDWEILS SVUJI PEPSIN can be obtained In both dollar andhall dollar slits from nil Qrugglsts Your money wilt be refunded If It does not benefit you Your poitat card r juet will brine by return nut our new booklet UK CALUWBLL I BOOR OP WONOEKS1 and Ire lampl to those who hive never tried this woodeid ttrneUr Write todar A fT JPiPSIN riaruwMontloolto Illinois Sold by JACKSON DUUO Co Biliousness and Sick Headache quickly cured by ORINO Laxative Fruit Syrup as it sweetens and tones up the stomach and acts as a I gentle stimulant on the liver I and bowels It will positive ly cure chronic constipation I ORINO clears the complex- I ion of pimples and blotches COoI38 Dollars 10 CaliforniaI and tho Northwest frein LouisviHt I vi- nHBNDERSOtN ROUTE I Jorre3onding1o mba to Washington Oregon Utah Mon taint null nil iniiiitxlinto points Also special lioinesoekera rates to the and tfouthwest on certain dates If you contemplate a tripask us for rates If you would travel in comfort see that your ticket rends over the lIon erson Jlouto between Louisville anti St Louis Free reclining chaii cars on nil of our St Louis trains Direct connections in St Louis union station with all lines to the West and SouthwestJ General Passenger Agent LOUISV1LLEKY I RAILROAD TIME r TABLES Lexington Eastern Ry AVIXTI3K TISIK TAIJLHK- FKKGT1VK OOIO iFil 22 1005 Wsri3otTruSII Ii No C Datty Iaiiy 4 ci orsiay lkh 5IIIJIP AM lfl LvJi ckon C6 2211 O K Junction t 20 2J0 Klkninwa OIJ 11111 Onkd itle CM- Atlinl 2 tO A- dTalhgix 2 to 7 Sm 3ICI 1MTI 7 10 810 Heattjvllle Jim 710 3O Tiirrent 7 7 8 H Natural BrAlge LOt 01 Stumon 8 28 480 Clay OILy F37 UIO TAB Junction 010 08 Wincheitfr 023 fj 20 Ar Lexington 1010 IWO 3SAST 3iOU2CD NO4dally n munjy lix unJiy IM AM- lv leztuigtun 5 7J1S Ulnnlienter 810 8 2- r 5 I E Junction 82a BaT Clay Guy 3r0 913 SlnMon 4 Oil 023 Natural Bridge 135 0 51 Torrent 410 1008 Heattyvllle Jun 511 1029 St lichens OU1 10JO 1alhemi 633 1051 Athol M 10 taD Oakdnla 618 llW- Klknlnwn C 01 11 22 0 A K Juno OTO 1128 VrJnckenn 610 1130 All ttaltu dully except Siindny Tmliu KOI 3 nnd 4 make connection t lleiittyville JuncUon with L A for local nUtlon I c1tlollUI I anti 3 coulneet atLVkESi thin whh C kO for 3it Bterl IC J K IJAUUWn hr1ar 10J OIIVS m SCOrtOfl w w w w Q K a lfTcctive Simix 2llOibttDfj A- flatt IIIIInll ct1etim14 li l tiTtrNs E3 1Jt g1 JAM LV rai JV J Ifl rt 1IA1J 710 I fIIIf XfFIfPI Oltr Ihri 1 733 IlJ hrlthiiwzi I2hiO 4r5 7MB 1 8 LnoOliy IV24 441 021 hill llNiuiitiin 13oa 4 tl31l 837 lrit Wlltitr t 1155 afia 860 200 Frozen 1142 021 2800 tl Juno 11213 aHr930 286 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ImAD rnCJlllhlerKFIMUAUKOUU Vice President nOHT A NJ liDAL1jA Gash j trs i2ii2iJJACKSON DEPOSIT BANK Jackson Kentucky fi Paid up Capital and Surplus 2710000 I S I I S S S S We solicit tho Banking JhuincBa and accounts oft m Luinber Manufacturers m Timber DealersI Ak y E mMcrchants i CustolllursillW LIBERAL TERMSWithin the limits of legitimate business rn rn = ill vJ v COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY II 2SS2Si 252S2525 SS2S25 55252Sfi2S K d I Raihicray = 4 DYSPEPSIA CUR DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT 4 rue il00 bottle contains 2K Hmalh trial size wheh sells to 50 cents itJUipAID ONLV AT TNII tioLttoy or E CDWITT U J FOE SALE BY 1 T JACESO YCUlCAGOp 1 fr 1 Jt 4t