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I BREATITJTT O t UNTY I s Q y MI52S2S25illi 525252 25252 s5iS2sE5aS252 FLOYJ DAY President J SAMUKIaiEAD Jn1ashltr 1- 1n F PORAIVFODIcaPreiident ROUTVANAttBDALL AsstUasb KXX3KXXSXZ JACKSON DEPOSIT BANKt JJPaidx 1 e 1V o solicit the Banking Business and accounts of Lumber Manufacturers i Timber Dealers I 1m Business Menw Merchants p f Throughout Eastern Kentucky FarlnersWand offer our Customers C In t IBEIthe most G Within the limits of legitimate business 1 a t Iii COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY J52 ti252SdS c saaa sc5522s25d-I R TO ADVERTISERS Wo will nocopt advertisements oa a guaranty that our paper has more than twito the circulation in Breathitt Countyof any paper i published Our paper goes to ov e y post otflce in iorry County I and almost every ono in Loo Ifa r goffin Owsloy Wolfe und Knoti Counties If you want to reach the moun kin trade try an ad in the DUKATII rrr COUNTY NKWB Ibt SPORTING WORLD BUI Held S alarr4 A football fan estimating that Coach Hold gets 7000 for three figuresaoJ1 uJii W x IIUD KABTABDn OBSUT roOTBilili COACH of moro than halt the salary of Pres ident UooaoToll per year This mtght be all right only Reid gets a whole lot loss than 7000 ami works the en tire year to get it Reid Is just now tho leading coach In tho collogn world lateen rd1i a rarIM rank Ootcfe te wrestler who fer a year peat hu been enthusiastically booming hlmeetf u the probable suc cessor to the discarded trUe of heavy weight champion tighter mado an In glorious debut In the boxing arena re Candy at Spokane Waah In a bout vita Boomer Weeks a rank nonce wlw would probably haye knocked Qotch out bad tOt the latter resorted to wrestling tactics to erado punishment Gotch seemed to think It was a b match and during tho last few rounds contented himself with cltacV lug to Weeks to avoid a knockout In vain Referee Eddie Quinn endeavored to break Gotch In tho clinches Oho spectators blued Ootch for his dellber ate attetupts to wear Weeks out by hanging on to him and his apparent fear to fight in the open In the tenth round Uotch went dowa from a terrific right to the jugular and took the count A few seconds later he dropped to one knee and hugging for the rest of the contest sated himself trum a knockout Aside hoot a oWd lug nose weeks WAS unhurt Gotchs failure recalls tho old adage about the difficulty of teaching an old dog now tricks A word of advice seems apropos Mr Ootcb please dont spoil a good wrestler to make a poor fighter Football Brief Simons on the Princeton llnonn is touted as a second Ileston They claim ho is the best halfback Princeton has ever had Phil King has told his friends that he will coach only this year though he can get a fire years contract with Wisconsin if he wishes it Yale coaches are dissatisfied with the linesmen of the team and will do yote their tlml to develolnlnpr Moro- r peed In this department Columbia ban christened Its tackling dummy Ilalley after tho Weslcyan fullback ou honor which that player perhaps falls to appreciate John ih Opinion John U Hulllvan the mnn with the punch was a tighter not n boxer and o doesnt believe In the fancy art as is nowadays practiced In comment 5 tho other day upon Jimmy Urltts toot he said l- It doesut do for a fighter to bo too uicy Britt used up n lot of steam dog tho fancy business with Nelson in out of hun and Nelson who Isnt ucy at nil slid In the wallop that tinted Jimmy out of It Unless Nel ms tool friends start iu to teach him aw to bo too clever ho will do well at is trade e Are I Auto at Great rltllJlllnitlautomobUlRts ho probably hold the ago record belr car runs a good race In point of ntlqulty with any other motor re ilclo still In active service The con jlo arc Mr and Mrs Wood of Bert Tboea SMnblned ego 1t3I03e rJIrsVood It clchtytwo while her husband s younger by n single year Their car s a threo and a half horsepower ma Ulnn which was built in tho last cen tury isoa Corbett aad Erne While young Krno succeeded In standing oft Corbett in the six round bout In Philadelphia recently the showing mado by the Denver lad In that contest should not bo condemned by the public as he met one of the cleverest and shiftiest boxers that ever donned a glove Then again six rounds was too short a period for Cor bett to do anything with Erne who can travel at a terrific clip for that distance wafer Vow the Sheep As a rule clear running water Is the beat for sheep alit likewise Is for all other animate says a Now Tork farm er In American Cultivator It undergoes cotnploto exposure to the air and that tends to the decomposition and noutrallxlng of tho organic matter In It Water from sandstone or slato rock also U generally pure Water from limestone however especially If magnesia la mixed with it may bo very Injurious It Is liable to produce various troublesome diseases and one of these known as goiter Is exceed ingly common It causes a swelling of the glands of the throat the enlarge ment of which Is soft and baggy It Is true that this aliment may bo due to other causes but water containing too much of limo and magnesia is capable nevertheless of producing li The season of Indigestion U upon ui Kodol Dyipesla sure for Indigestion and Dyspepsia will do every thing for the stomach that an overloaded or an overworked stomach cnn not do for It self Kodol dlReitt nhpt you eatre- i tour stomach belching heart burn Indigestion etc Sold by Jackson Drug CoCet ef mttlwir Vp SlUsre The question Is often discussed as to the cost of putting up sllago says Michigan Partner From a largo umber of records kept among Illinois farmers It was found to cost about M cents per ton In some cases the cost wss as much as 70 cents per ton while la others ai low as 85 In tilling a Michigan silo this season where the corn was heavy and bad to bo hauled about 100 rods to the ate it cost 87 cents per ton Tho cost should vary with the dJoUnco the silage II to be hauled If adage Is to bo put up economically an ensilage cutter should be used that will take the corn nnd handle It rapidly When long hair becomes so matted that it Is difficult to comb the tangled locks they should bo saturated with al cohol This done they will become amenable to the brush and comb as if by magics7 When you wants pleutnt laxative take Ohlmberlallll Stomach and Liver Tablets For gale by Jackson Drug Oo 2 i- j r I PEOPLE OF THE DAY Defender of Autocracy The recent resignation of Constan tine Iotrovltch Pobedonostzcff chief procurator of the holy synod of the Creek church removes from public affairs In llusslo the bond and trout of absolutism During hits long life he bat been the servant and adviser of three czars a defender of autocracy and a powerful foe of anything ap preaching representative government He Is the most innn In Itusda- Popedouostaeff seventythree years old li a cold emotionless ac tlc Tho son of a university professor he was born In Moscow educated lu the government Institute of Law nud became a tenchcr there Alexander II In 1872 appointed him member of the Imperial council and In 1880 procura tor of the holy synod Alexander II made Pobcdonostzeff tutor of his sons Nicholas and A1ian COYInJf1I1I1I r IODIDODSnJaF der the latter the father of tho present rear Alexander III gavo his tutor to his own sons and Nicholas II grew up under the old mans despotic tyranny of thought A quarter of a century ago robed nostzelf was as bitter an enemy of lib oral Ideas as now In 1831 General Loris Mullkoff had obtained tho ap proval of Alexander II to n scheme to make tho conucll of state moro repre sentative of popular wishes Alexander II was assassinated and Alexander III under IobcdouoatzonTa Influence recalled the Imperial sanction of Mull kolTs project Pobedonostzcff has dominated the present czars mind with all tho au thority of a teaches who was honored by the czars father nud grandfather Again and again ho has prevented Nich olas from listening to tho advise of liberal minded ministers and from grant ing at least some of the reform de mands of the zomstsvod and other bod lea representing tho masses of the Rus stun people The Wlrelne TVIiard If Lee Do Forest Inventor of tho system of wireless telegraphy adopted by tho United States navy Use his way tho relative merits of his system and that of Marconi will soon bo toot ed On tho recent trip of President Itooeorclt up the coast on tbo cruiser West Virginia the Do Forest Instru ments on that ship sent messages 1100 miles Mr Marconi Is credited with saying that transmitting wireless mes sages 1100 miles is not uncommon Mr Do Forest said In reply Tho De Forest apparatus on board tho West Virginia Is not of high pow or being but two kilowatts while the Marconi messages received by the Cunardora are sent from Poldu and Capo Cod stations of from twenty to fifty times that power To the best of my Information tho distance made on tbo West Virginia Is from thrco to ten LEE Dfl FOUEST times greater than any covered by a Marconi instrument of similar power on shipboard or on shore To settle tho question De Forest has challenged Mart onl to a test of the relatlvo merits of the two systems at any distance using Instruments of tho same power Loo Do Forest is a native of Council Drafts la end Is thtrtyouo years old1 110 studied electrical oscillation lit Yalo for six years rnd was given thee degree of doctor of philosophy After leaving college ho entered the employ of a Chicago electrical company and there continued his experiments lib first outdoor test was made In Chicago In 1001 Later he remqved tho scene of his experiments New York and met with tho Inventors usual run of hard luck before ho could convince any one with money that ho was on tho right track His system was adopted by Undo Sam In 1008 II Jwt K WASHINGTON LETTER f fi1i Mpcclal Correspondence i7rThTt neV Viilon station upte which hundreds of men are now working iu an endeavor to bring it to completion at the earliest possible moment will not only become one of the moat beautiful buildings In the city but will ef feet n great change In the current travel which has ltberto moved along Pennsylvania avrauV While the rcmovolvof the Baltimore and Ohio and tbe4 SnsylVanla Ita tlous from their presen Jocotteus may have no dlstlii ntn ralile effect on Pennsylvania avenue for nothing con prevent thai from being tbo greet show highway of the nations capital Massachusetts avenue which intersects tho Union station and forms the greater portion oL the rowfulncont plaza that will front the and granite structure will be enhanced In Importance by reason of the now terminus tor the railroads entering tbu city A Mnunincent AaaMassachusetts avenue la said to be one of Uio longest avenues It not tho longest In the world It begins on the hlllsi to the south of tho eastern branch of the Potomac and extends from southeast to northwest passing through n section that la especially suited for tho Improvements that have been erected along IU courso Its wide stretch of asphalt shaded almost along Its entire couwo with heavy foliage and the splendid private dwellings that ornament Its borders from Fourteenth street west make It a street worthy of careful consideration in pay plan looking to the Improvomontnnd beautification of the copltnlITooehee Points of Interest Leaving the site of tho new Union station the first reservation to Inter sect this avenue Is Mount Yernon square upon which Is located tho Public library an artistic structure At Thomas Scott and Dupont circles tho broad venue merges Into the circular parks containing tho statues of the countrys heroes that ornament the residential section of the northwest- At Sheridan circle as yet unadorned by tho statue of tho famous general from whom tho reservation takes IU name the avenue turns slightly to the northward whence It runs In a straight line to tho eminence the government has so handsomely Improved and upon which stands ono of the most Conspicu out of tho capitals national Institutions the Naval observatory Along the lino of the avenue Is the American university with one noble white marble structure finished and the McKinley Memorial building to test 2X000 lu rapid of construc Lion while several othernShildlhgs of similar character are to follow Its com pletion Farther away are many at tractive dwellings and still beyond the bills of Maryland The OaKO Indian Asrenor Tho appointment of Captain Frank Frantz former captain of tho rough riders as governor of Oklahoma In place of Governor Ferguson which is to be announced soon will create a vacancy lu the best Indian agency lu tho west Captain Frantz is now agent of the Osago Indians They nro tho richest Indians in tho world no member of the tribe being worth lest than many thousands of dollars and running all the way up to millions In both lands and money In the last congress Delegate McQulro of Oklaho ma Introduced a bill providing for tho distribution of tho vast wealth of the Osago trite upon a per capita basis but opposition developed and tho bill was not passed Captain Frantz is understood to favor tho proposed distri button Lad It is probable tho same bill will be introduced at the coming session of congress In caso of this distribution a heavy responsibility will bo placed upon the Osago agent ate tho president will delay the selection of n now agent until he has found a man who Is thoroughly competent to protect the Interests of the Indians A Moilo Loving Diplomat Ono way In which the bachelors of the diplomatic corps In Washington show tholr appreciation of youth and loveliness Is to invite pretty girls to studio muslcales Sometimes the musl clans aro professionals Just as often they ore amateurs Theodoro Hanson first secretary of the Russian embassy has given a couple of these entertain ment There are tow better pianists than Hansen off the concert stage Naturally ho Is not averse to showing his talent Uo never Invites more than fifty persons to a musicale and UiOao who get his cards consider themselves fortuimto At Mrs Iloosovclts request Hanson has played somo of his compft sltlous for tho president This music loving diplomat Hanson possesses n flue collection of autograph manuscripts of the works of masters beginning with some of the tint com positions of Mozart and coming down to the sago of Daltvuth It is a rare treat to look over Hansons treasurer A Novel Otltt Pt Wadsworth Cannon n colored ministerial student At Lincoln universi ty colled at the executive offices tho other day with a large flower pot con sluing a plant He had It decorated With fancy Japanese paper lie want ed to pro3enttho pot to tho president but tho secret service men and police mon didnt know what might be in tho pot and they told Cannon that the pres- Ident would be just AS pissed as if be had personally accepted the plant Cannon sold the plant wM the rat tlesnake weed which Is thr Eily thins rattloanakee are afraid of ait it makes them deathly sick They will slot go near It If they can avoid it Ono Of the leave from tho plant will cure a rattleeatt bite In a short time CURL SCHOF1EUX = PlusFa e J j 4 r FOR THE HOUSEWIFE Vegetable Medicine Turnips onions cabbage cauliflow er water cress and horseradish contain sulphur Potatoes salts of potash French beans and lentils give Iron Water cress oil Iodine Iron phos photo and other salts Spinach salts of potassium and Iron Food specialists rate this the most precious of vegetables Cabbage cauliflower and spinach are benenclaljto anaemic people Tomatoes stimulate the healthy ac tlou of the liver- Asparagus benefits the kidneys Celery for rheumatism and neural gia It Is claimed the carrot forma blood and beautifies the skin Bouts and turnips purify ttw blood and Improve fAksripetlte Lettuce tort nerves Parsley mustArdcowaU bbrserad lib dock dandelion and beet tops clear the blood and regulate tho system Try lt ft Watee The beet toilet preparatlom In the world Is plain hot water Here are soon of the ues to which it may be putDrink a bowl of it every night It you want good digestion good sleep and A clear complexion Put a bag of It to your feet when you have a cold to your back when you have n backache or at the nape of the neck when you have a headache or cannot sleep Bathe the eyes with It when they are InflamedSoak feet In It when they are tired Soak the hands in It before manicur ing Steam the face with It once a week for your complexion de olnv Black Silk The sllle must be thoroughly brushed and wiped with a clean cloth then laid on a table and well sponged with hot coffee entirely freed from sediment by being strained through muslin The work is done on the side intended to show then the silk Is allowed to be- Come partially dry and ironed on the wrong side The coffee removes every particle of grease and restores the bril liancy of tho silk without imparting to It the shiny appearance or papery stiff ness obtained by using other liquids A Corner Cabinet The Illustration herewith shown depicts a set of corner book shelves hung on glided very small ropes The cur ron noon on DnAWI1C08 gain that drops from thQ bottom shelf wakes a nice place In which to stack old magazines away from tho dust or affords a suitable nook for folios or drawings The shelves aro made of dressed pine stained some dark color Remedy For Bedbugs Take tt cake of white soap or a piece of tallow and with ejknlfo scrape as much as needed then add an ouneo of powdered corrosive sublimate making a smooth paste After washing the wlpodryice This will not evaporate or soak Into the wood as liquids do but will provo a ready and deadly feast for all partakers Egg and sink This dish should bo prepared as tel lows to avoid sliminess Heat tho milk separate tho yolk and white of tho egg beat tho former well and tho latter to a stiff froth Add sugar to tho yolk pour In tho heated milk stir in tho whlt lightly and reeve at once This U tho most digestible way in which an egg can be served To Polish a Mirror Dip a sponge In water squeeze It as dry as possible and then dip it In alcohol and rub It aU over the glass Havo ready some powdered blue tied up In a cloth and dust it over tho glass Bub the glues lightly and quickly with a soft cloth then polish well with a wad of tissue paper or a silk handker chief A rabetltat e roe Chamois Old pieces of velveteen should after they have served thcie original purpose be saved for polishing cloths They will answer tho purpose of wash leath er for plate cleaning etc perfectly and save buying anything fresh Wash the velveteen cloths as often as needed hi soapy water and lung out to dry To Mead Glassware Dlsrolve ono part of India rubber la some chloroform then add sixteen partl of gum mastic la powder form Let this stand tIN several days qat IDa fre jnentlr Ippfr the glass wltic 1 ant Mena h 1 4 t 4 SPECIAL SALE AT t JONES f- lJarldin8oreJ5 and 6 Ladies Jackets 1 8and 10 Overcoats 2 150BoyslOcBoys o for lOc J Ladies IJllts worth 75e and 1 go for lOc e Nice Ladies Skirts 1 Childrens Hoso worth lOc so for 7i q j VEirYTIIING GOES FOR ALMOST NOTHING r FURNITURE 0 Of All Kinds at the Very Lowest Prices r Come around and be convinced that we can sell you goods Ft about 100 per less than any one in Eastern Kentucky FREE NEW SUBSCRIBERS charpto r scription worth SO cents to SOUTHERN UWJrlNASHVILLEThis great semimonthly farm paper goer twice ereryjnontk late 10000 Southern homes It if edited by Southern rhea and women to suit Southern conditions sad is just what our lamer need ft aa swore tree of charge any quesUoaa subscriber xuy aA atlta advies Is given In a praeUcal way Thick any farmer can understand 4 All departmentsof farm Ute are covered including delightful horn and childrens pages Sample copies trat our ottee I4t 3 IF YOU ARE ALREADY A SUISCRIIER TO OUR renew now lid add enly 10 cents to our regular subscription price and we will OIVII you the loutkera Agriculturist foe a year 4 MORE WONDERFUL STILL Whether you re a now or eld subscriber add ONLY SI CXNTS to our regular uoacrttloa price and la addlUoa to our paper w- wW t send you tb following three papers all for a iuD years Southern ICUIN rfd iegurarr pricirO5ISout- hern jl crow JiSouthern f Ur poultrywj TotaIfWlu prlnnnnsnItJN subscriberaVenamed above total YafH25 for ONLY J3 Order of once u a here is a ti eHmui ont romarkable otter gel d- TI1E HI T COUNTY nt 1 M CINCINNAlJ MARK fS CINCINNATI ec 6 Ca o Good to CIIQIL sto4 85 to 500 p 2 85 to 3 75 to choice 3 25 to J to fair 2 00 to 31 onto fair 1 25 to 2 to 350 Calves Commo 50 to 7 50 good to light l0 hogs market active Good to choice packers li common to choice heavy fa s tOO to 44 ftS light shl ls 4 85 to 4 90 pigs 110 pouti ud Ie 3400to485 Sheep good to choice o 4 90 common to fair f 410 Lambs common to fair to 6 90 A New Tourist Car Service V Iron Mountain Rout Commencing Tuesday Nov t and thereafter the first and Tuesdays of each month 1 operate a through Tourist j tween St and Mex via the Iron Mountain leaving St Louis at 8 2di For berth reservations ther information addre Townsond G P T Louis Mo A A Gall PA419 Walnut St1 nati 0 s FOUND John W Dean had apalnJujfis for about five years and IL flMllr ha came 10 great that he could ofwtjek and In teat could not vial at tiMns Several physlclani fallen toeun JMi but he Pound a remedy It waijstth Kidney and Nerve Torte For ae fcy gH Btldham f lonTatktoifEJ v = 1 v 1 C =TO ALL PAPER NEWS Special Home Seekers Rates Via Southern Railway TnosdajlinNov verylowpoints in the South west and many points in the West and Northwest Only one change fcars princ vice For information address or call on J F Logan T P A Lex ington Ky or Allen A G P AI St Louie Mo or 0 H ElangerfordlD P A Louisville Cures Blood Poison Cancer Ulcers If you have offensive pimples or eruptions ulcers on any part Of the body aching bones or joist falling hair mucous patches swollen glands skin itches and burns sore lips and gums eating festering tores sharp gnawing paint then you suffer from serious blaod poison or the beginnings of a deadly cancer YouUlb perlmanently cured by taking Blood Balm B BB made especially to cure the worst blood and skin dls caivs Heals every sore or ulcer even deadly cancer stops all aches and pain and reduces all swellings Bo unto Blood Balm cures all malignant blood trouble such as wxema scabs and scales pimple running sores carbuncles scrofula Druggists 1 To prove It cures simple of Zalra sent free and prepaid by wrltfng Blood Balm 0o Atlanta Ga Deeanbt IaiealedCumblrl R = II P- CwestbtletaittrNWia1 eetgtaJ et etAf f h F S r fitJ t N L NcwsfFSl PER YEAR IN ap = f i f WISE HAGINS EDITOR t 444q Q W FLEKNOB A II PATTOX I r C PATTON h+ r IFLEENOK I C LJAOKSON KENTUOKYI y + J WISE JIAGINS JIlij ATTOKNEYArLAW Ofllce over PostOffice JACKSON h KENTUCKY w t rAll bnilneii intrusted to him y 4 will receive prompt and careful attention = T v siiunnnnmrnnnmrmmnnminniiinii4 1 L C ROARK Y LAWYER 3 3EI e t S Magsflln Counties 5 t4111111U11000U11UUllUUUUUUIIIIIIIII IH- s FRIDAY DRCRMHKlt 8 A PERSONAL MATTER a We have discovered that it takes money to run a newspaper 11 e rpresume that it is unnecessary to explain to most of you who know that wo have just come out political campaign that we aced money To send a personal state meet toallof our subscribers v would bo quite expensive wo therefore ask each one of our subscribers who kriows ho is in arrears to send us at least one dollar lotapply on subscription This is a small amount to each 4 one but would amount to con siderable in the aggregate to us Wfo are going to begin a new t story and wake other improve ments on our paper about January 1st which Is almost here Ware going to make up n new sub scription bookat that timoand all who are in arrearages will be dropped unless the above request is1 complied with You ought to take advantage of le- on oUr combination offer described pogo 1 Four papers a whole year for 135 CliP you afford r to do without your county paper a Tho Presidents Message e The Presidents message to Con gress as published in the daily pipers would take too much of our space therefore we publish ar shortjdigest of his recommenda tions as published by the Lexing ton llcraldas follows Would abolish the rebate VouldnmitTcrritoiieS as two StatesWould give Alaska rcpresentaT lion in Congress Would extend citizenship to residents of Porto Rico r Would regulate life insurance business for the peoples good Would mnkethmivy far more effective than it is at present ti WwiM qunjsbalJ those whoI nurbribesL ould and perfect great improvements in islandof Hawaii Would eliminate all immigration that brings undesirable foreigners Would welcome tho betterment capital would bring to insular possessionsWould 0 the Indians more schools Would make Grand Canon and Niagara parks Would protect public fbrestfj and improve levees Would pension retired members of lifesaving service Would have and JWouldin process of civil and crimii lav Would let no pull be felt nn office in gift of civilservic Would reduce the number o t neadlcss volumes printed at Gov ernment expense Would try to check increase oi women engaged in various form of industryWould always to giv everybody a square dealno mar andno less Congress met last Monday an reelected Joseph G Cannoi Speaker of the House The Presi dents message was read in bob Houses Tuesday John Williams of Mississippi rccoiveil h 0 Democratic caucus nomination whick makes him the minority leader of the House n owcoats and yets100James Slargainstoz- f t Y 1i Y I 1 01 S ncJry J Noble is in Louisville 1 buying n ievf line bloods Wesley Turner Sr qf Cnnoo was hero on business Wednesday Green thgthree year old son of Solomon Ncacc of Ned died last Monday i Get your liys dates raisins cit ron etc fo fruit cakes at C I lladdcns 7 AT L Welch of Stanton was hole Thursday in the interest of the Paris Milling Co S J Faris of Winchester was hero Wednesday selling Pcrfcc tion and other bmndjof hour madbby S P Jverrs mill i Mrs Martha Ann Frazier was hero Thursday solicitincr subscripi lions for the payment of nn orsl which will soon bo installed in th Quicksand Union Sunday school Aunt Polly Davis of Smith Branch sent lisa squash Wednesday weighing 55 pounds whicl she raised older farm Any one who willsend us a larger one will get a free notice in the paper Rev Edwin T Preston has ta ken for tho winter lbtvhll continue to hold services on Quioksaricpos usual IIounshel nt 10 a rri and a Seymour Chapman school house at 230 p mr r James Napier diet nt his home Lost Grdelc last Thursday aon week ago after a long illness Ho was about 70 years old nm had been n minister of the Bap list church for more than 4 0 years 116 was a ff09d citizen nmJ raised n Inngo and respectable family llo will be greatly missed in his ncifjliborhood Swindlel Out of l7i5 A special from ilt Merlin v says Ov tL Torrida stool trader of Taiiilbee was swindle out of 51 i worthof stuck garhimSterling banks The names at tached to the checks were J D Johns and W C Goodman who were unknown to tho bank official and had no accounts at the banks Mr Terrill Attended the Mt Sterling NorOl1 court sold hii stock and reinvested his money ii mules and cattle which he sold t Johns and Goodman entire stran gers to hiv 525255252s s sZiZ Eas LJ DR p H SWANGO II r n N Y5i I AN bsllRAEoN II sir OrFICBllOU8A M TO 4 P fl n IX lIAKfJIfi BUILDING II JACKSON u 13SBH3S KKNTUOKVHSHSHSHSS D South r ways New Exten sion- OlMSjJLamKmncoment has been passeu departmen t of flftSOuthern Railway that tht- lDa oil o extension from Ilanods bit to Dan ilooolLdistnnce of th mil ns penejfor passonget- rafhi y of r l y December 1s Tho dhcdnla of trains between Louis illon Lexington nn oni idle and Unpvlllo has also e unpouncod and went ho sumo date But i the time of trains 0 and the service be exingtoDiIr tr of through If every day opening of tho now line fconsidornbly reduce the tin ho through Southern the Southern Railway and then e Crescent Route Through pera will go from St Louis I Louisville byway of Dan to connectingwith the Qnnd fast trains at that point With trains meeting at Danville lancef of 85 nines le saved and timg can be shortened oxin ton ns well as Danville profit the change in time same number of trains an auto train service will bo into Lexington and the new will bo much moro conron or and others goin- gnivilloThe early train out uisville for Lexington will tined The next train which eaves at 740 d in evil it 8 oclock nnd will reach gton correspondingly later Tim earlyafternoon trainwill I Xouiavillo a fow minutes aoMirnnd stake connection- to 0 local trains at Lex ing arrangomenthere with u chan 0 between Louis villo and Bajiville in each direc hon l t rIi74f fFJp f- A i I WHAT TO TELL HIM tI fitntposo I 16jo hits I wonder at myself for lusituUuj unj16hsor to nu seer this l0tvar ut Ills Undellntn turned The k aov r In her hand and lookedhitonlt Alto 111lU- tiful oven wrltingbu tttr Iolia Ho was lint YGr inuclr difcturbed when he wrote thjltiBiii fin Tliro Is not Ii sldglq hirkk Acuc flint ale notos uorvbusnOBSi Slic turntil tho letter over I fair hoiffrdtile sunl more P01icctly 2Avr nxtlly It seems that ids hand should harp trembled Just n little n very little I hnvo said nil Jny life that t would never marry without love but I never dreamed It wouM be ilillkult to know whether I loved She throb her paid hack a llltlo wearily and tlllhlllIIll desk BIO enld to UJjlwhlllllllccommenced her letter May I como In Jllsd Jtndellue slightngirl bodeeher enter Sho was n suatnstrees that I Madeline had known for some limo IIamll1ullbecn Interested In because Ibo had discovered depths In this nature better worth studying than most of her society friends Madeline was one of those people wo seldom but do BomeUnies meet who are capable of understanding human uafbro In nflIts phases and of tolerating oven those opinions of which she did not npprqre n soul great enough to reach to tho very depths for hidden good Stella had opened her heart tq her every one else did anti all life anti IIos life was interesting to Mmlollno j Perhaps she understood slid every ones confidence was sacred One keen glance at Stella and sho knew tho girl was troubled You are unhappy Stella Sit down putting her letter to Mr Williams aside as If It were not a matter that Influenced her whole life What Is 1IU Miss Madeline I have told you nbout Mr Hastings I want to write n letter to him I want to ask you to write it for me You are so smart Miss Madeline anti so well educated and so Is he I know what I want to say hut I cant write it Why do you not toll him Stella Ho doesnt como to see mo now you know I think It Is like this lIe has grown tired and thinks I will not core Ho thinks no woman cares ranch I am so suro that If he really knew if there Is any wnyof making him understand into dear a man can bo to a woman he would demo back to me- a he would worry me I want him to know I want to tell you had then you must make him understand Will you Miss Madeline I will try sold Madeline kindly taking up her desk putting her own letter aside very calmly anti arranging come fresh sheets of paper very dcllb readya1srny eyes turned upon the frescoed dolling dreamily tell him that he is my heart that therols not a moment when he Is not In my thoughts I dream of him when I sleep and I dream of him when I am awake Tell him that I cannot bear ItI cannot bear It Tell him that a flower that ho has crushed with his foot Is more to 3mo than all tho lovo that could ever grow In nny other human heart Tell him that I would rather sit and sew by 3my window twelve long hours It by 3so doing I could just see him pass my puce than to spend those hours In tho finest palace made by lands I would rather hear ono kind word from 3bls llps Just one than to be the hon wife of any other man that lives Madeline put down the pen that had never written such words and her hand sunk helplessly upon the desk Ten him all that and then tell him If ho would come to mo to see m0 sometimes when ho Is tlrdot every thing else ho would bo as welcome as the sunshine Madeline rose to tier feet nnd with hands that shook placed tho desk upon tho table n few steps more had her hands were flung with a passionate abandon new to her about Jbo girls hetr cheeksIn of Calshe cried go 1nntl tell him yourself Tell him what you have told me nnd Itho turn away from such n lovo no matter I say Stella what lias ever been In your past or hIsIt he turns away from such n lovo ho Is not human Go and tell him Stella Open your boart to him as you have to me I know who ho Is and I believe that ho Is a man of character Go and tell him 9whnt you have told mo and say to him that I pay dod bless all such love Stella looked up and smiled simplyBtool tip her desk again n glad smllo at the thought of a possible future that might still hold something of the beauty that is every girls birthright when Mr WHHnras carefully 1and deliberately opened n perfumed note thnt ho was perfectly suro he willnh tho dainty brief and wondered why In the name of nil that was inconsistent she hind said oICafe Clark Brown In Town Talk IFotherl Adrtcn Daughter Thjs piano is really my very own Isnt It pjipa- Pa Yes my dear And when I marry I can take 1 with me can U Certainly my child But dont nny ono It might spoil your chances 1Xc York Weekly gainiInternsi same representsAlso in the Bryant fiyStratton Business College nt Louisville Call on or address Tile BREATHITT COUNTY NEWS Jackson Ky Jones bargain storch1MainStreet Jackson Ivy 111 0 T j r iWATCHES It9Fonu CHRISTMAS PRESENTS I NNNNNNNNNIN NNNNN RADIUS AlCH1SG Tn iMlSIl XICKL13 lull GUN 3IKTAU- PrtfsrapRo from 500 060 501000 1360 M 1500 L 000 nnd aI- EN1LIIENS h 1 VlCIIJiS WoImvo them for the Laboring Man Professional ManI Clergymen and Clerks Also nOYSrAjCUES 4 5007i5o lIP SPECIAL LINK OF CHILDRENS DIAMOND RINGSI HEINTZJEWELER OPPPHOENIX LEXINGTON KY FOR THE CHILDREN Thing Tint Cnnt He Done They say tho following tilings selves be done Try them and see for lUtI You cant stand for live without moving It you nro mlnutlSI You cnnt stand at the room with Motif of your feet lengthwise touching the wainscoting You cant crush hn egg when placed lengthwise between your hands that Is It the egg Is sound and has the ordinary shell of n hens egg You cant get out of a chair without bending your Uody forward or putting your feet under Itthat Is It you are slUIng wjunrely ou the chair nnd not on the edge of It You cant break a match It tbo match is laid across the nail of tho aIMlllrOM1cdof that hand despite its seeming BO easy at first Where Some Plotrera Got Xante Camellia Was named from a mission ary In the orient Knmcl On his re turn to France ho brought with him eoino gorgeous specimens of n flower which he called the rose of Japan Ills friends however gave It his name ca mellia Dahlias were brought from Peru by one Andre Dnhl Fuchsias wiiro named for their dls coverer LconanlFuchs- Magnollos received tho name of Pro Lessor Magnol do Montpollor who lint brought the bohutlful trees from Asia anti America to Franco Anemone means to tremble with the windLavender so called because tho Ito mnns put n spray of It in tho water to perfume the hands The Iat1n word to wash is lavnre Tho Licorice Plant There are how lays and girls who do not lovo tochcny licorice root or drink licorice water bottlon In school but how ninny know where It comet from or whit It Is 7 It Is n plant that botanists call by the hard name Gly cyrrhlza gin bra which grows about four or pro feet high with bluish pea llljo flowers or spikes The roots which we chew spread down several feet and are often moro than an Inch thick Lie once will only grow In a Tory damp rich loose soil and even then tho roots cannot bo used for three years after planting Once It gets a start it often becomes n nuisance as the ground Is stocked with It for many years The tiniest piece of root left in the ground will grow ninl Jnltfinn- Namo tho birds those sentences sug gest First What n very sore threat pre vents you from doing SecondWlinta coward does In the hour of danger i Tllln1Eluallty and n state of utter decay Fourtht portion of n whole bad a range of hills PltthA monarch nnd a toller of tho sea Answers First crow second quail Aftbt1How Boston Got its Name In the seventh century a Itotpan monk of the uauio of UqIaljh or llotholph boat iulpfonivR jp church In wfint Is I 1 IIt shire Eugland Crttltally grow up around tIn LJmtmrch ariaWas called Ilotolphstown 5vlileh wits after ward contracted to iiqtbolphstou and then Jj cll to Iotoston and I1nnlly to Bost5jfvFrom that town of Boston In Lincolnshire came to America the hey John Cotton who Bare tho gamo to the New England capital The Hclalit of IVarei The size of time Atlantic lvuccahiu been carefully measiifed for time Vnsfi IJEisilldroKiPcUIc bureau la licJcLt J v c I tin vv r a fv nva ulnot tlilr fy foit but In rough wvuhur tlty nt liiii fui forty to forty H i ht Get hi Iuu they tire open from GOO to GO j feet Ijng and laat tell or eleven set J r vlia the lonxuHt yet known nieixiired halt a mllo and did not npend itself for tweutythreo necowls Se lected Acror llriR to Dnrotlir Dorothy Is n sweet little makl of two mind n hail Her hither never carries a OHIO and when a caller came In with one one day she was onOIlstanding bolero It rapt in coutounpla lion Well Dorothy saM her mother wlwtfl that- Dompthy looked up with a puzeled ox prwwloOi Umbwolla wlrout any clothes on said she LliHilncotta Ilotr It OrlRlnatrtl Do you know that the expression newermeantsounds Time original was sure as X ilsX Listener Never tear Aur Good of- Tjtenteivea Throe title crickets sleek and black Whoso eyes with mischief glistened ClhnlMtl up on oils another bock Alai at a koyhole listened Tho topmost ens cried out Ohol- I hear two people speaking I cant qulteee them yet and w- Ill Jost oontlnuo pocking Soon Dot and grandma he could ace Tea party they wero playlrg And on lie listened elosely he Distinctly Mend Dot saying jW1UAnd I will get n cricket dear For you to put your feet on The cricket tumbled down with fright nun for your life my brother Fly fly lie euddl out of sight And M did both tlw other Carolyn twills In Bl Nicholas A young girls clrost will naturally grow full and strong It sho will remem her to dray long deep breaths that in flato It and draw In the abdomen The rule sided of oil stoves which get so smoked anti dirty may easily bo cleaned with n piece Of flannel dipped In vinegar Hul kerosene on the zinc under tho stovo ouco a day and It will nlwnys look bright Conundrum Who wait Adams mother The earth IIow many calves tolls would It take to roach from tho earth to tho sly One If It wero long enough What Is It that never wna nnd never will be A mouses nest ht a oats car Which was the first tho hen orWq egg rho hen at tho creation I 1oIllFiimii I dont think grown folks seem polite Though of course they are always right About the time to go to lied And being washed nod ilrossedond fed Rut thlngft that they dont want to tell They dont speak out they stop and spell Rut now they say Ivo grown so wise And know plos spoils plea And know when they spelt candy too Why Ill just tell you what thoy do They speak In French and say theyve fears That little pitchers have large ears And just because Im young nnd smolL I think thats not polite at nil j Youths Companion KiBLfHE COUCH Aru CURE THE LUNGS KingsWITH New Discovery PriceFOR100 Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK f AY BRO rt J I =COMPANY=Wholesale and Retail I have the mst complete stock of t GENERAL 3ISEIERGHA JD Ever brought to Jackson ronsistinb t ofyla l r 1 gl pdfrl I ot1l0t15t I efffHuq r- I l1t tSt thh 1 We have the finest line of shoes in East orn Kentucky Our mcixs shoes are of tho latest style For the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy THE LATEST DESIGNS IN MILLINERY 1 jThis Department is under the man agement of Miss Margaret Basket who can show you The Latest Style Hats direct from New York City Also GOODS3In tsIfshings or FURNITUREWeave the people you are looking for we have it by car loads to suit every body Conic andsee us our 81IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiiIIIUiIIIIIhIlhlllllUiliil lllllllln11411111i1111111111111HII11111 = r- Ic RiGhtN M DAY BROS COMPANYcJackson I Kentucky L The Breathitt News I ItibUsluMl livery KrMiiy CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAR ia J WISE 1IAGINS Kt mm 11 i n Local and Personal V 1 Head tho new nil of 1 11 Blake Get your Pancaho Flour from 0 Iladdcn i tale advantage of our sul Y s 3np lion offers today C hidden can furnish you nice turkeys Tor lens I Dont forco us to leave off your nome OH January 1st 7 Slop with Hart Bros at Reed hotel when in Lexington l W II Little of Elkntawn was hero on business last week Clarence llndden will pay you 20 cents a dozen for your eggs Special bargains in ladies skirts at Jones store choice for 100 j Rev C W I Pugh of Steven f son was hero on business Tuesday Clarence lladden can furnish you with n nice fruit coko for Xmas Our combination offers are for the benefit of our ohlos well na i new subscribers I Her W II Set 101 returned Saturday from a visit to his home at Eltxnbcthtown wn Whlttnkcr loft Tuesday on n business trip to Ixjxingtgn and othor points I Queen Chapman who has been living at Winchester for tho past r year Ins snored buck bore i CapU and Mrs J n McLin of Rose Hill Yn are visiting their son J1311etAn and fancily Mrs Catherine McGuire who has been visiting her son Thomas L Sowoll has returned homo Rov H lit Lnndrurn anti WJr nndrt1nc of Lost Crook ware here on business Wednesday Corn or any kind of merchant able country produce will bo ac cepted in nyincnl of subscrip tions A mnrringo license was issued Thursday to Willio Uolmnnn and Miss Maud Hisner both of Itoiu soau 11 C bravos the engineer of the SwnnnDny mill is making some extensive repairs on tho ma chinery Judge S S Taulbcc returned Saturday from a business trip to Louisville Lexington and other points How about n real nice Traveling Bug or Suit Case for a Christmas present You find these in stock p at Osborns J I Mrs A II Patton returned the first of tho week front it visit of several weeks to her homo folks in West Virginia t Miss Mary Lewis formerly of v Crookcttsvillc has moved to town and will engage in tho dressmaking and millinery business B J Ewcn has made an addi lion to tho Ewcn Hotel in South Jackson including several rooms and a commodious office Dont go to Osborns for cheap made shoos but for well made and good ones you will make no mistake and have no kicks coming r Before buying your Xmas pros ones call andsee S D Elecnors lino lino jf jewelry Ho is showing an elegant lino of uptodato goods Jaspor Stacy of Troublesome was hero last Saturday after goods for his store at that place lie is ono of tho most successful businessmen of his section Dr James P Hoggs and Dr A M ArnoId have rented offices in + the now Hurst building corner IMain and Broadway and will move into them in a few days T B Sturdivant returned home Tuesday after a several weeks trip through Leslie and Perry counties in tho interest of the SwannDay Lumber Company Boyd Peters andwife returned lust Monday from Louisville where Mrs Peters underwent ah opera tion on her liver for tho removal of gall stones She has been af fueled for the P ssciJtht years with what sho thought was stom ach trouble She is very much improved and it is thought she againY2tt See those nice coolciug lilts at- c Hnddens J T Stcflo nml wife have returned from n visit to Wolfe county Green bliophcrd find wife of Lambric weie visiting friends lion tho Ittltnr part of the week In the future 1 will bo able to furnishvou rith most any tylc coIliirAdll want J M OsiibitN W L Evdrsolo relurm il last Wftcld rxHif touisvillc wherfc hr hadbcen miyipg a new supply of goods Lloyd Day ivas called to Winchester last vck on account of tho illness of his infant son HI is nowmuch hotter Mrs C T Snowdnn of Camp Christy Land her guest Miss Lot tioSnowdcn ofSt Helens visited friends hero Tuesday George J Taulboo has been confined to his room for several days with a severe attack of jii grippe Kelly Hash nndL Y Redwine spent Thanksgiving week bird hunting in Morgan and Elliott counties arid visited tho litters homo nt Mnrtinsburg j P B Mclntosh of Perry county has moved into one of 0 II Pollnrds houses on Highland ave title Ho will engage in tho coal business forthp present The Contestants filed their replies today They will have thirty days to complete their deposi lions John Wilson of Smith Branch was shot and wounded in tho thighon lust Sunday by n son of 1C C Ilnrdin Wo have been un able to learn tho particulars of time trouble between tho boys William Nencc of Lost Creek who was wounded several weeks ago by being stubbed with n knife an account of which appeared in our columns at the time died of his injuries lost Monday Thomas Johnson ormellof Perry county but now of Rob bins is quite sick llobcrt Mc Daniol of Troublesome his broth erinlaw passed through hero last Wednesday on his way to see him Spencer Cooper editor r of the Hazel ircon Herald is at thebes pital at Lexington under treat mont Ho hns been sick for sometime but ho has hopes that ho will soon bo able to resume his work again William Spencer Sr whoso term at Jnilcr expires January 1 is preparing to move back to his farm near Onkdnlo Mr Spencer has made a good Jailer and his many friends will regret to see him and his family leave lion Parish Arnctt who under went nn operation jit n Lexington hospital for tho removal of a bul let from his hip has returned and is nt the homo of Henry B Noble his son inlnw Ho is improving and will soon bb able to resume his business Tho cases ngninst tho Hnrgises Ed Callahan nfldJcsso Spice wore continued in the Fnyotto circuit court last Monday to await the decision of time Cqurt of App nls on tho validity of the instructions of iTudgo Parker in the trial of Tames Ilargis lost May Nathan Fugato Edward Napier Lee Noblo and Manhattan Campy bell were arrested and brought to jail Wednesday by Deputy Sheriff McCagcr Notice They wore charg edwith tho murder of William Nence who died Monday from tho effects of n wound inflicted some time ago Judge W II Blanton has sold his stock of merchandise to James Ulnnton and Dr W P Hogg who will move it to Lambric and in the buildingopen up a store formerly occupied by S P Car penter Judge Blanton will prob ably open up n real estate office about January 1st Rev M H Cochrnne who has been doing missionary work for the Soul Winters Society for tho past two years nt Cambric nnd Canoe hAS moved to Athol where Ise will continuo tho work nnd Bill also teach n mission school at that place during t1winter lie was here Saturday for lumber to equip his school housowith desks FOUNW Ono ladies Koii1 plated watch chain which owner can have by cuBing on Her Wv Powell and pros in same 1 S A H q I j Dcstroyoil by Fire j On last Sunday night the store house und all the contents owned by Taylor Iluiht and Mrs W A Hamptpn and located on Davis Creels near Simpson was destroyed by lire between 11 and 12 oclock When the fire was dis covered it was beyond control Nothing was saved Loss about 2000 partially covered by insurance It is not known how the lire originated but time parties who first snw it said it looked ns if it caught fire from the inside There had been no fire in it this season NOTICE For rensons best knowii to ourselves wo have decided to retire from business and in order to do so wo are going to sell our stock of General Merchandise for LESS THAN COST and tho purchaser cnn rent our storo building which is one of the best in Jackson at a bllSincsscolllelsl year Who will sivo us a call through our stock nnd hear our prices Wo arc yours respectfully S II STJDHAM SON Jackson Ili- GOR1IESPONTENCL IJOOM2VILIK Pneumonia fever has been very severe in this county this fall Since our last writing old Uncle Jonathan Isdn of luck Creek 72 years olda soldier nod pensioner of the late wnr hns diednnd Sam Smith another soldier and pensioner CS years oldof Cow Creek has also diednm1 runny other cases that have not proved fatal But nearly all tho old peo plo who have taken it have died Uobort W Rose of Evcrsolo thin county says thnt ho hns about nil of Bcnttyvillos court day sales that he desires Ho says tho Bcattyvillo Commercial Club had frequently asked him and also sent him a special invitation by mail to join their great stock sale last Monday So ho says ho mus tered up n bunch of cattle nnd drove them down nnd while driving tho same through Bcattyville tho town marshal arrested him and its officers lay tribute on him to time extent of 8which ho was forced to pay before he could proceed to the sale yard Ho says he has always been a strict law nbiding tnnn and ho believes no othor corporation would lay trib ute on him in n similar manner We are sorry to have to chron idle tho death of old Aunt Barsha Taylor 73 years old that occurred at her homo near hero on Snt urday morning lost Sho was the wife of Rev M C Taylor who is now 82 years old They cnmo to this county from Granger county Tennessee before the Civil war and hero lived and reared a largo family respectable children most of whom still live in this county They both took pneu monia fever a few days ago but tho old ladys case seemed to bo beyond medical aid and sho soon passed away Time old gentleman has somewhat improved and there is some hope for his recovery She was buried Sunday oil a spot near their homo on Bear Run Creek where Bro Taylor has long since selected for their last resting place amid a host of sorrowing friends anti relatives The family anti friends have our deep est sympathies Jones soils ladies jackets for ShOO that are worth 510- 0ItoUSST4tU R II Minnix is preparing to novo to Jackson Joe and James Walters have bought E II Minnixs steam mill md will move it to Magoflin county next week Rev Daniel Mclntpsh will hold religious services at Rousseau the bird Sunday in each month for time next slit months Ho will visit the most of tho houses in family bounds nnd holdreligious services During the winter most preachers quit preaching but Christ said Go yo into all the vorld and preach tho gospel to every creaturepJ 11IXOASTrB +w = Miss Julia nfglinson is Visiting at Torrent A B Akers has built a new barn on tho hill returnedNed Kincaid has gone to Roger C c u 46Mhim itiN iN S o l 1 1 iJ 1i 44BLAEBARGAiNSThRE1 N NOti1Tfi Yt tx r N igofl5 M I wiUell anything in my line Qf Z It alldiSCaSAT PRIOESM- h m I LOWER THAN COST l IThis Js nn o portunity for you all to buy j 1 goods cheaper than you ovcr bought themI1 COME AND SEE1 u l 1 9OURFIILhNj- r IJRBLAKE h Q J r rn nn nOn ov b oac v a oso e n- w ro r 000 m lsl I A 600D PLACEIt4i 1I TO BUY DRUGS 14l- t4 9- i I O I A good place to buy Drugs is where accuracy and tCXlwricneo prevnil WE HAVE HAD TIlE EX t i and we would not tolerate a mistake tOUI reputation is too valuable and in every way if you bring your prescriptionI No in this storo is allowed to n vs tprescription who is not thoroughly competent 4 ell PURE DRUGS AND CHEMICALS jj are the only kind wo use hero in compounding 1 14l tI 141RELIABLEt t4Shoulder1 li 1nnd Crutches In Patent Medicines wo keep every 1 T called for in this market If you call for t t tlsomethinl wo do not have in stock wo will get it 1- 4rjt for you without extra charge 4i- IJ WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF 4 FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCOS tI Vlj II = 111 14 JACKSON DRUG COmw E4 l to do some carpenter work on tho church at that place A C Enstin is about done saw ing nt S S Spencers Mrs M E Slmckclford was visiting at St Helens Sunday Squiro J D Shoemaker and wife are down sick with foyer- S P Gentry hns moved into the houso with his grandfather L Kincnid Elmer Trcadway is nt his post of duty for A C Enstin since Bcattyvillo court Tho widow Miller is having some repairing done on her houses across the creek t Melissa Shackclford has taken lodging nt Crate Kincaids for this bitlnnco of her school Some ofour people took a few cattle to tho Uenltyvillo market but brought them back C J K Gentry says ho is pro pared for a cow swap has plenty of wood in tho wood houso I Time Juniors nt this place are preparing to build them a homo on the hill near L Kincaids A j convenient place indeed A box supper was given at time Walkers Creek school house on Thanksgiving night A nice sum was realized Time funds will bo I used for n Xmas tree for tho school It seems that tho blind tigers furnished their part for tho supper WlAcr DL Roberts invitcstho peo lOot this Vicinity and elsewhere tb call andsee his now line of ebpds fresh from tho city I Emanuol Campbell has returned frSm Louisville where ho bought n now supply bf goods 3lso Xmas toys nnd can ptCS for the children r 9 Probablytlie oldest woman in this county Perry or Che adjoin b- t Jt I G ing ones is Aunt Jane Hughes who is said to be 102 years old She says site was married when sho was 17 years old Her ancestors Lave traced back to the date her license was issuedwhich was in 1826 in Jackson county Sho draws n pension for her husband who served in the Mexican war of 1812 About a week ago she walked from her sons residence about three miles to her daugh ters nt this place 1I o p 3 Let us show you our lino K consisting of- DIAMOND j CUT GLASS- SILIEIt11A1tE f J j SILVER NOVELTIES I UMBRELLAS TOILET SETS Era tn F ono very atlracliuo pat tarns with very attractive j prices r S D ELEENOH JEWELER AND OPTICIAN JACKSON KY f I n ryJ A Christmas r SuggestionII JF I d B ENDICOTT i h MAIN AND nOAI WAY JACKiON Ky BEST GOAL ON THE MARKET I ton V s IN r- i or JO d 0 by us p1 rJ srI ro THE BUS S l And they and whi never wear o The patent Urfit L the foot and the ij together prevent 1 slipping w and most of the evenly g leather h T A over c fend outside= I jI l tA st d iAN j1o lt w is to be had right here at our Ii yards in Jackson May be think all is much alike Well it isnt by a jugful TRY A TON OF OURSiyoull know better Youll it lasting longer than expected Thats because its all good clean of the best grade we can sell you one now well probably get IIf winters trade PHONE 17 allIOSCAR HAGINS CO ISHSHSHSHSESa ES5HSE 52525252S2 5252S2m m R M SHELY 1111ANUFACTUItEn AND DEALER MARBLE AND GRA- NITEMonumentsm and TombstonesSatisfaction guaranteed Call write for trices save money buying from 2Ji YEARS EXPERIENCE JACKSON BRBATHITT COUNTY KENTUCKY Q SZ Ccc2Sr3tjIBp1rssrJ LJ r1ZI I BEST HOTEL IN TO and ClTYDEPOT ARLINGTON HOTEL sS TAULBEE PROP j JACKSON KY LIVERY LlUti FIRST GLASS SAMPLE OONNEf ROOMS AleuJus as Easy the style sha poise uppers makes from whim they are made them reifully inside tenJMOsborh you that coal very and find you coal FREE FROM GOOD ha Kling LooK W H Henderson t Ayres Street Opp Post Ofltee LEXINGTON KY DEALEIt IN Grain Seeds Feed Wheat Ryo Barley Oats and Corn KentuckyBlue Hay Straw Hill Feed FOLEnIlONlYANDTAR top the cough cadheclelunge t UUPTONOW Printing Tim NEWS has added new faces of typo to its job de partment and is prepared to dcscription done such as LETTER IiEADS- ENVELOPES j BILL HEADS I STATEMENTS SHIPPING TAGS UECIIPTSMINUTES CARDS LA I LS- CIUCULAUS INVITATIONS PROGRAMS ETC A neat job and a fair prico always guaranteed Try us if you want to be pleased Work Dore Whe4 promised lOmnllONEY F fir cMZdrest let isrf X vast P jA VL 4 HUMOR OF THE HOUR W No llumnncc About Him Now flifl I want you to net like 1 tho traditional stern parent when Hen comes to ask for me I told WWI trr a struggle it would bo for youto glvo mo up Dont forgot that daddy doar But Im not a good actor my child know very well Im really tickled L1 mallIf1 But you mustnt Treat him ns It ho came to steal some i thing I But suppose I overdo It and Henry gets mad and quits Then Ill sue him for breach of 1 promise daddy Oh you can trust this little golden hatred Innocent Bho knows her lesson If you could kick him daddy It wourd be just splendid Gladys I draw the Tine there InHbo first placeI refuse to Inflict any men chastisement on thu son of my old friend nnJJn the second place every blessed one of toes Is too painfully tender to admit of any such rockkao 1 no3s In short fpi going to yield you 4 up without a struggle my child wlttf 1 1 out tho tiniest bit of a straggle ond 40- It cheerfully toojrClarelahd Plate L Dealer I Dont Pick Too Hard I r 4 Hellol said the dentist meenI- L one of his patients tna rostnurani I 4 You seem to bo baring a good Uraft Enjoy your ineali more slnco you got t that newI ttM ehr 1 go rapped UM ptflsot a now rot of tooth prpTM excellent compaay wbona man Bits down t you must bCflrefnl tfiongh can tlonod the dcottot tixrs 7 i pJck fam tipcN pepteIar4 c r4 Beggy Wby does Freddy hre so douccd many broken cigars to hla vest f pocket clnrnqeSb Freddy VAts the qUnps to think ho hugs so many girls 4 BO he breaks tho cigars and puts tnqn In his test pocket every evening Chi h cago Nows t Tho KeyThat Unlocks Tho Door 4 to Long Living The men of eighty five and ninet 1 years of oaa are not the rotund well q fd but thin spare men who live on a lender diet Be as careful as he will I hOley r a man put mlddto age will occasionally eat too much or of some 4 article of food not suited to his constitution and will need a dose of Oham berlalni Stomach and Liver Tablets to r Uanie and invigorate his stomach and regulate his liver and botveli When Wiii is done there is no reason why the average man should not live to old age Vor tale by Jackson Dru Co One on Him u II Dan JOT I fid offended at M2M i Wo4I orIeas door thlJ64 htSsa1 Her towtioro the jekoeam InIt ar3rt1dAU efforts have failed to finda bet frr remedy for cougUi colds and lund teuubles than Foleys Honey and Tar It stops the coughs heals the lunge inJ prevents serious results from a old J N Patterson Nashau Iowa 4 writes Last vlater I had a bad cold en my lungs and tried at least halt a rfdion advertised cough medicines and la d treatment from two physIcIans w thout getting any benefit A frleild commended Foleys Honey and Tar and twothirds of a bottle cured me1 snsidor it the greatest cough and lung medicine in the world Jackson Drug Co 4 Honor Ilefanded r lfowro you making out at tho opesa- r 10080rJIj Tact sixteen om Manager said It was no use bumin gaa for a1 iar bououayliJ C0Ur1431- Ja1 Ate 1AgotMI j Brethren announced the flew PoundcnyoJl there nro no more I tlcua to bo rood but I may state Jf pawing that Deacon Nocoymbaa Ji 7 Informed mo that tbo Lord ony knee 4whuru my salary lnto come frocntUe yr Let t2a poyrciveiad L4v A Bad Scare Some day you will get a bad s fcri hn you feel a pain In your bewel and fear appendicitis Safety lies J Dr Kings New Lire Pills a sure cu fur all bowel and stomach disea such as headache billou H8WsooU nes etc Guaranteed at JaeXsbiCpr- Co onlyCOo Try them p fr vueeea at Ctmrt Congratulate me bktnaaa It sal4iw i young lawyer I pleaded ay Jknta tH yesterday tndworHti 1 You dont say xcIaie4 c91tuios Vm enaa e4teKilt G7r Baltlinor New 1 1 I Do you think that f guw el t ot ball requlm ioi 6c rf YN aaawecd It Myastlaunn surgesI t ltar e4esesWasgtoriJ il I l 1 T CARE OF BEDROOMS The Veeklr Cleaning and Horr It Should Be rerformed For tho weekly cleaning out JCIl bedroom ono should collect all tho re Quired articles to work with such as tho long carpet whisk tho dust pan and brush the dust sheets and tho mat tress brush This Is followed by thoIbrushing of the mattress and tho Ing of the bedstead I Make the bed and shako and pin up any curtains Jtemovo short muslin blinds Dust all tile ornaments and plaCO on a tray outside tho room Shake and fold up all toilet covers and cover tbo bed and large pieces atIfurniture after dinting with dust sheets Roll up rugs and mats andI carry out of the room to bo Then sweep tho celling cornlco and I walls with a clean broom covered with a clean duster Shut tho windows and sprinkle the strip of carpet with clennI drained tea leaycs Sweep tho carpet with a long handled carpet whisk toward ono pile sprinkling and sweep- Ing in strips till the nholo Is clean afterward Bwcoplng the wooden surroundings with a hair broom Then open the windows sad leave the door closed for dust to settle Willie walthig prepare all tho things that hue been removed ready to replace The dust sheets may now bo removed carefully shaken in tho open air folded and put away Dust first ten highest thingswin- dowi door frames etc and after rubI blng the furniture the wooden aur roundIng should be gone over with a damp rubber dry duster and fleor pot lib Now clean the window and the weeks duty has1 bcoa done to the bed room A Certain Cure For Croup When a child shows symptoms of croup there Is no tithe to experiment with new remedies no matter how hlghl they may be recommended There II one preparation that can always bt depended upon It his Been In use for mnny years and has never been known to fall viz Chamberlains Cough emedy Mr MF Comuton of Mar ket Texas says of It hI have used Chimberlalns Cough Remedy in IB vere cutS of croup with my children and can truthfully say It ahoyi gives tprompt relief For sale by Jackson Drug Co Nearly on the Shelf That thin womans face ts famnlor SnllrklusJMN n mar nod long has shoT Well nt as long as abe has been longing to bo Philadelphia Frees tSoeinlc low Mm Brown Wnat did she say when yop told her I first met myhusbaad In ono of tuoJlg department stores Mrs GrcnShc said there wore lots of cluJap axttaiea picked up la the big stores Detroit Tribune Dying of Famine li in Its torments like dying of con sumption The progress of eonsump lion from the beginning to the very end li a long torture both lo victim and friends When I had consump lion in the first stage writes Wra Myers of Oeorfow Md after trying different medlciiietnnd a good doctor in vain I at lat took Dr Kinds Now Discovery which quickly and per fectly met Prompt relief and sure cure for ooftgh colds sore throat bronchitis ole Positively prevents pneumonia Guaranteed at Jackson kTrialTikIg foch-eI woojaralfier declared Mtoe El i a hovel with you than tna UkanotherM- nift 9 t he rei1ed but lIt tawIiiglvo mo h good J lJbanlt Tni not going on with Ui4 icidWiigtetxo Irroo PressI r Ja Doubt lkt wMd fCllJ hfa really going to JacU DOraJMTSI what Jack said DkkruAlb1 DM bi tell you It was aHaottWU DoYos mndcrBt nd ma I so- yjdat u just said ly Knocked Out ago during the sever aoth my wife and my a 9 serer colds which jdndIeiI Mr I riding Iowa Knees and c itching muscles sore head stop Pt eyes and noia running with mate spells of chills and fever We can using Chamberlains Cough medy aiding the same with a dose Chamberlains Stomach and Liver k let and by Us liberal use soon t apltttaly knocked out thA grip m tablets promote a healthy action the bowels liter and kidneys which always beneficial when the 11stemI congested br a cold or attack oi i grip For sale by Jackson Drug Cos RJlltIA Cooking tiny lump of butter dropped lntqd stewpan will prevent almost anya d from boIlIng over and It Is i a welcome aid to a flavoring proc bO For all vegetables for apple e stewed prunes for custards and tor coffee It helps the busy houseowho has no extra time to otevenatter It bolls Then Ittmany an additional stove clennT id the scouring ot burned panshjet but not least the entire ding odor which Is the awful her nd reprover of such calamities F1Ithy SJwpaerd In Ladles World An Emergency Afedlclno r Ar sprains bruises burns scalds lilmllar injuries there Is nothing IU gd as Chamberlains PaIn BairnH tIRivettlhlrdtreatment Soldby Jaekion Drug Coa CambirIiIisCoiih RemedyD CiSZN Side Crevi iad I t t BUTTONS AND STRINGS Sure Time nnd Temper fcr 1oyln Attention to Your Clothe Buttons nnd strings are likely to prove a source of much unhapptncss In tho dally experiences unless the old adage Is remembered that a stitch In time saves nine Careful scrutiny and supervision should mark the care ot gloves underclothing mantles gowns and for that matter everything that depends on a button ora buttons rela tlve the hook and eye Those should be looked after when they are added to tho wardrobe and before they have been Initiated Into tho common use else perchance the wearj er goes forth to the dally toll hours social duties andls oinbarrqsuct to find n button gone orB string broken A half hour devoted to earo of then in the first place will sate ouei thEe I ones temper and one aervetla the days and months which irre to follow before the new clothes become old Perfectly adjusted buttons and strlagi and hooks and eyes are absolutely nee essary to the completeness and elegance of the toilet A careless persoi may be known by the generally unfln I Ishfd look of her own and her chtl drens clothing by her frequent resoulI to pins and the other evil which stamp au unthrifty person Nothing will cure iniligeBiibii triaL doeint digest the food itself and give the stomach rest You cant expect that a weak stomach will regain Its strength and get well when It is com polled to do the full work that a sound stomach should do You wonldht expect a sick horse to get well nhen It Is compelled to do a full days work evar day of the week Kodol Djipepsi Cure Is a perfecl digeiianl and digest t the food regardless of the condition o r your stomach Relieves Indigestion Belching Sour Stomach and all stom ach disorders Sold by Jackson Druii Co CULINARY CONCEITS Dates stuffed with ercam cheese make a delicious afternoon tea relish Roast a bird with tho bret down tho greater part of the time Tho fles will then remain more juicy If a tablespoonful of vinegar Is put Into the lard In which doughnuts are fried It will prevent thorn from absorb- Ing too much tat Slices of whole wheat bread spread with cream cheese sprinkled with fine ly minced sweet green or rod peppers I make Ucllclor nandwlchea Pumpkin plea topped with whipped cream and sprinkled with minced nut or dotted with whole pecan moats are an appetizing variation of an old tlmI dessertIf family Indulges In much plo or biscuits It Is convenient to have al ways on hand a quantity of flour si ready mixed with the shortening and either dish can then be readily made IiI a very short time LA Grippe nnd Pneumonia Pneumonia often follows la grippe but never follows the use of Foleys Honey and Tar It curus la grippe coughs and prevents pneumonia and consumption Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute of fered Mr G Vacher of 157 Oigood St Chicago writes My wife had a severe case of la grippe three years ago and it left hlCIltb a tetribls cough She tried a bottle of Foleys Honey and Tar and it gave immediate relief A 50 cent bottle cured her cough entirely Refuse substitutes Jackson Drug Co- foviving a Wilted R Wilted roses seemingly dt only for tho rubbish heap may be completely revived and freshened says National Magazine Put the stems of the roses In a tumbler of water and then place the tumbler and roses In a vessel of sufficient size to allow the entire hen Quot to be covered Cover tho vessel tightly and leave undisturbed for twentyfour hours By this time the roses will be found all fresh and In vigorated as It just plucked from tho bushes with every petal covered with artificial dow Wilted lettuce may beI freshened and kept In condition for weeks It treated In the same way Iluge Task It was a huge task to undertake the ure of such a bad case of kidney dis lalO as that of O F Collier of Cherokee la but Electrfo Bitters did it lIlt writes My kidneys were so far conn could not lit on a chair without a uihion and suffered from dreadful ackache headache and depression In Electric Bitters however F found a uro and by them was restored to perfect health I recommend this great onto medicine to anyone with weak IJneys liver or stomach Guaran eed by Jackson Drug Co Price 50c Vorcut LeeNow is tho Umo to haul In forest oaves and litter tho farm pen a foot loop to be trampled by the stock and into first class Dlant food by- pring When It Is well trampled haul a more and next spring ono will have overal tons of manure that will put In ones pocket then as well as dd value to ones farm Keep Machinery Trim In every neighborhood there II at ist one man who bears the reputation f being able to do the most work in 10 least time of all his fellows The sason usually lies In the fact that his Is kept In perfect repair and is methods are strictly up to data letdnar a New Orchard Dont sOt the new orchard whore the 011 one stood Orchard grounds need tatlon as well as any other soils Rough skin and cracked hands areI npt only cured by DeWitti WitchI azel Salve but an occasional applies jn will keep the skin soft and smoothest for eczema Cuts Burnt Boilsta The genuine DeWItts 1 Salvo affords Immediate relief in p formt of Blind Bleeding Itching d Protruding Piles Sold by TeOksonC rug Co TH1llKTh1 rJRODI of a womans hilt Is the name often yveido the change of life Your menses come at longer lr nis and grow scantier until they stop Some vo I jddcaiy The entire change lasts three or four i s the cause of much and discomfort vlu i cr be cured by I talClngWINE OF Womanrifefuge in Distress It quickly relieves the pnln ncrVGujnts irritability mIserableness forttftiIness fair Itls hot nnd cold flaSht tv1 t t Cardui will bring yoLrrTffiy UIIUrl this J jin period and build yourjstrcngU1 for the rt of you Try it Attit druggists in S ICO bottles WhiTE UA LETTR Put ailde All tlmHlxr f i tie HI o l iti a ta uilid- ence UUne ttj jll ur tyicrtotus and troablci Wewfl1rtcdfrccndlce- lit BMlfd cntfluit lioir to dcjtrnyDptChattanooga HINTS FOR FARMERS I Breast Ben r Penltrr The Idea that roosting on a pole or roosts causes crooked breast bones In young pouKry has become aa explodi- ltl theory One experienced poultry raiser tells us that after a great deal of Investigation ho has found that crook ed breast bones result from tho lack of proper bone building food and not from roosting ou a perch Last yea ho conducted a little experiment of hL own One pen of pure bred Plymouth Rocks was ted a ration of bone Iud meat meal mixed with other feed ono a day and another pen wes given D9 bone building food Doth pens had roosts whllo a third pen was without roosts and was fed no bone building food Tho pen that received the bone meal showed no signs of crooked breast bones while the majority of thi other two pens Were affected He con eludes that it is bone food and not tin absence of roosts that keeps the breast bone straight Chicago Inter Ocean Croup Coughs Cold Whooping Coughs etc have no terrors for chll dren or adults who evacuate their bow sis with Kennedy Luxative honey and Tarthe Original Laxative Cough jjrup and Liquid Cold Cure Title rem wig expels alKcoId from the system and strengthens the throat lungs and bronchial tube Sold by Jackson Drug Co Trot For the Tho linden or basswood rmItree and easily grown Tilla amerlcana Is better than tho European species It has abundant flow ers In July which are full of honey BoUt American and European beechee aro desirable for rural homes They are of spreading habit and excellent foliage but unfortunately they are somewhat difficult to establish The horse chestnut Is a shapely tree and costs a dense shads It Is not advisable to plant too near buildings as the thick foliage may Interfere with proper cant tI1 lon The tulip tree and the cucum ber tree are highly Interesting The foliage of both Is good and tho flowers of the former aro abundant and showy Plant rather late In the spring stock from four to six toot high being select ed If the wooddies to tbo ground tht first winter which sometimes happens the young shoots must be thinned out as they appear to hasten the formation ota proper stem American CuRl vator Doctors Could Not Help Her 11 had kidney trouble for years writes Sirs Raymond Conner of Shol ton Washstid the doctors could not help me I tried Foleys Kidney Curs and the very first dose gave mil relief and I am now cured I cannot say too much for Foleys Kidnaj Cure It makes the diseased kidneys sound so they will eliminrte the pol tons from the blood Unless they do this good health II impossible Jack ion Drug Oo Fe dfn floe For FroSt I believe where a farmer will fix good warm quarters for early pigs there Is more clear money In having them como In February or the lIt of March and pushing them along for market at the close of the summer trade about the last ten days In Bep tember than any other time of the year By so doing you grow and fat ten your hogs during tho nicest and warmest season of the year and avoid tho winter care of themIt O Howell Before Preble County 0 Institute Tho First Requisite of Beauty The that requisite of beauty is a clear complexion Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup clears a sallow blotched cOm plexlon as its stimulates the liver and bowel and tho eyes become bright and clear You owe It to jour friends to take it If your complexion is bad Orino Laxative Fruit Sjrup dues not nauseate or gripe and It very pleasant to take Refuse substitutes Jackson Drug Co Linoleum PolUh Beeswax and turpentine polish for linoleum Is hard te beat as far as Its appearance la concerned but It has one defect It causes a sllpperlnoss which may be very dangerous to children and old people A polish which has no such objection Is made of equal parts of lh teed oil audvlucgar pplra little to a flannel cloth rub It well ou the linoleum and polish with a clean dry cloth Dont drug the stomach to cure a- ough One Minute Cough Uure outs ht mucus draw the Inflstnatlon out of the throat lunge ond bronchial tubes heals mothei and curl A ulok pure for Group and Whooping ough Jaokion Drug Co f S =LvrRriilh OUT DEATH I r i1 s Virginia IlobWD of FJU O MO til 1 took Card at nhiuh curtH oe So ulckly It surprised IUI docicr who daft know I WM tailor It I wW I hid known of Cariiut rarlUr In te H fJ r1 BiliousnessThat allow- yellowlookthoUi terrible head achesthatdulled brain all these V things bll lousneaswhicbisthedlrectresuitot a liver which falls to per lorinitufunctions I can wayBlfore destroy that bilious condition you must t yourI form and nothing will accomplish IbIS so quickly or so thoroughly as Dr CaldwellsLaxa- llctSyrup PepsinT- his remedy Is the most valuable ODI obtainable for all liver and kindred trou drIveItBetter than pills oils salts and sauce ons purgatives which aggravate toad lions and leave the sufferer la worse condition than before Former afflicted ones now well and Strong pay eloquent tribute to Its efficacy and DRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN can be obtained in both dollar and taU druggistsYour it does youYoarpoitalcrdrtqneitvttbriaarbr rtttirn stall our new booklet DR CALDWKLLfi nooK OP WONUBKS and frte unopl la those wbo bare nyc tried this wood iful nncdf Write for It today PEPSIN SYRUP CO MontUsllo Illinois Sold by JACKSON DRUG CO One bottle ot Smiths Kidney and Nerve Tonlo cured Marion Hall of a weak back Jt was so bad that he couldnt get up when ho lat down without being In conttnous rack of tnliery for at let one hour Sold by 8 II Stidham A Son Jackson Ky Price U 08 per bottle rercr Hoasrhton a Coach Percy noughton who punted hero ically for Harvard before his gradua lion In 1880 Is now engineering the kicking game for the football candk dates at Cambridge The mission of Early Risers it to clear tie way and give Nature full sway These famous little pills rid the itomnch and bowel of all putrid matter thus removing the cause of headache constipation sallow com plexion etc DeWlltei Little Early Knurs novae gripe or sicken A safe pleaiaut perfect pill Sold by Jackson Drug Co The norhealer Club The Rochester N T club Eastern league owncrs despite a seventh place finish wero able to announce recently that the deficit for the season Is so small that when a fow of tho players not needed are sold tho club will have a surplus of about 1000 No Secret About It It Is no seornt that for Outs Burns Ulcers Fever Sores Sore Eyes Boils eto nothing Is 10 effective as Buck lens Arnica SaIYtIlOlL didnt tako long to cure ibad sore I had Land it Is nil 0 K fur sore eyes writes D L Gregory of Hope Texas S5o at Jack ion Drug Co IOInKIDIEYCIJRE UkM Kldaeys wel ladder RIght GEORGETOWN LEXINGTON TRACTION CO ovpryhourp m Leave Paris every hour from 7 SInglefareLeave Lexington for Georgetown every hour from 7 a m to 1 p m except pLeaveGeorgetown m 6 a m to 10 p m except 10 a m 12 m ant 7 and 9p m Y ALEXANDER President RAILROAD TIME TABLES ILexington Eastern Ry WiNTER TiailS TAHM2 EFFECTIVE 0T1XIJEU 22 1005 WEST HOUND Noi Noj DailyLi4Sundy iXMT rnL- vJacksoii fO25 i 225 OAK noltqie2i It 280 Elkatnnc 1033 2114 Onkdale b2t 240 111260flleRaSt 710 810 IlIlenlj 720 823 72 847 Cl01 101 Stlunoni 82 480 Clay Oily 887 439 Life E Junction 010 603 Winchester 023 520 Ar Iexl nI ton 1010 605 EAST BOUND 4deitundiy KX iundr PM AM Lv Lexington 25 7 5- Vlnnhester 310 826 L E Junction 822 837 Clay City 860 pla Stanton 4M Q23 Natural Bridge 485 961 Torrent 449 1008 Beattyville Jun 611 1029 St Helens 621 10J9- Tallega 633 lo 61 Athol 641 1060 Oakdale 648 1100 Elkatawa 001 11 22 0 A K June 606 1126 Ar Jnckion 810 1130 SundayTraimie at Benttivillu Junction with L A A ARlhvalKRailway JunctionJR BARR GenJIgr SCOTT G PA 1ClIAB Very Low Rates to West and RailwayLow monthTwoLexington carsFjaaItCOL11Q hetwepnJulllKtonRAILWAY CrewsT1 ton Ky RemedyCuic Biliousness and1 Sick Headache quickly cured by ORINO Laxatiye Fruit Syrup as it sweetens and tones up tht stomach and acts as a gentle stimulant on the liver and bowels It will positively cure chronic constipation ORINO clears the complex ion of pimples and blotches Hfu substitutes Prlos BOo JACKSON DRUG GO fOLEYMIONETTAR j area Sotdsi Pr v U PISOS Xedel fI o- i KRai1wayEtTe- cilve Mar2littJPtfl East Uound Vf3t UoUli fHiS01 u l ri I I AM LV rIIT CM AJJVlt Af 710 J05 Osnitel City 12H9 620 733 123 lleleclmwa 1380 466 745 128 lpu City Ii21 44A 831 1MO llHinptuii 1202 itv837 160 Wllliuitt 1166 II 63- 8CC 200 Proton 11 M2 a83 0 f 3800 Alv June 1126 810 OJ90 286 Jackson 1116 800 AM AR PH An AM LV fM IT Nag 1 and 22 wU make dust cot ntctldii nt 0 A K Junction with KU 3 and J fur points on the Luxlngtoit A Kftstern lUIInay M L CONLKY Supt Louisville Atlantic Ry Schedule In effect April lOll IMC BOUNDIAM r M Lv Jackson 0 25 2 26 Lv ileattjvllle Junction 10 50 3 00 Ar Ueattyvllle 3 46 Lv Deattyvlllo 10 60 6 00 r M- Lv I Irvine 12 25 0 IGIAr ltIehuiundl CO 7 06- AM Lv Itlchmond 1 OS 0 00 Ar Valley View 2 02 fl 21 66Ato Louisville 6 16 10 4ft EAST hOUND Al rM Lv LoulivlVe 740 8 ro- Ar Verult1ea 10 16 e 31 I lclloBsville 11 00 710 Valley View 11 24 7 40 Ulehmoiid Ii 65 8 10 ps A1- Lv Ulclmtond 12 06 6 00 1 Irvine I 06 7 SO- Ar Brattyvllltt 0 06 Lv Hcaltyvllle 2 40 gt1S Ar llfattyvllle Junction 300 10 OIt Jackton 0 15 11 30 H K Smith 0 H A I A Versalllvs Ky 38 Dollars TO California and tho Norths oat from Loulsvillo vi- aHENDERSON I ROUTE Corresponding low ratoa to Oregon Utah Mon tann nut nil iininixlinte points Also hoiucsookora rates to the West and tioutlnvoat on certain dates If you contemplate a tripask us for rates If you oult travul in comfort see that your ticket reads over the Henderson Iloulo between Louisville and St Louis Free rocliuiugchair cars on all orour Louia trains Direct connections in St Louis union station with nil Hues to the West And SouthwestJ rAGIIER General 1aiienner Agent- LOUI8VILTEKY Remed1Curta= Hero Ve Are The Celebrated HANAN SHOETho Best on Earth pRToE SOO FR n For Sale By DAY BROSOOJaek5oi leQtuoly I DYSPEPSIA CURE EATTreMPlzUaor zc DeWITT 4c txxv aia w WFOR1 4