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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, December 15, 1905. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1905 bre1905121501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Breathitt County news: n. Friday, December 15, 1905. Breathitt County news. J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1905 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 4r BREATHITl U TYl It Sfc J WJSK ILioiNS Kditor and Publisher A NEWSPAPER DBVOTKD TOHK INTRnEsid OF EASTKRNKENTUOKrff 3 ONE DOLLAR Platt YEAR IN ADVANCK 1 t Volume yd Jackson Kentucky Friday December 1bk65 Number 9 L t L w- Fc5752s25c52TrS1525rSy rTiI 5c5tic5F5Pr crdS eJ- l 1rosldent r J fi1DlU1Jrt Jatastlr rnJti t i JACKSON Jackson DEPOSIT Kentucky BANKl mpnill up CnpitnlUH Surplus 271000u jm IIfi k AVe eolioilf tho Banking Iliflinoss rand Accounts of G Lumber Manufacturers t n Timber Dealers IlI y Business Men V tf Merchants r V f Farmers slif IVWithin tho limits of legitimate business 1- m = = = fi COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY nll- Jv v esa52S SucSZ525d c5iS25252S2e525 525 IO ADVKRTISEIIS Wo will nocopt advertisements OM a guaranty that our paper has f more than twice tho circulation in i Uroathitt County of any paper I published Our pupor goes to ov I ty post olllco in iorry County Mid almost over ono in Leo Mn Boffin Owsley Wolfe and Knoti CountiesIf want to reach the mountain trade tryan ad iu the I3uEATU nT CouNTY NKV OMANS WORLb == cc r yMRS M O H RUSSELL A Conimrrrlnl Woman and a Succe fill irrntur In Oil MIItluu Ira hoot Itunnellof Hloom f Ington III is tbo only woman oil op erathr In Kentucky and perhaps In the United Stntcs Slncp tbo discovery of oil there have been but one or two wo men who ventured Into thu business on n largo scale and no tar ns Is known this young woman of porno twenty eight years In the only ono to make n success of tho builmnn nnd today she le rated ns among the largest oper atom in the country and her holdings t In Wayne county Ky alone are worth A vast sum of money The entire career of this woman shoe that tilm was out out for n com mercial life rather than that of n home woman and although once married she Is now unhampered as oho says 4 by tho presence of n man Mra ItUMolt was born Miss Mao Ora Hood daughter of prominent people of the Illinois town and after reedy UttS MAH 01U HOOP 11UH8EUJ lug n good common school education became n stenographer Sho married W L lltwsell n rich oil operator of Ohio nnd although sho tired with him n short time only she learned much of tho methods employed iu obtiilulujj good oil leases and the tniuuier Iu which oil was produced In pnyluu quantities The frat strike of oil by Mrs Russell was n woll which pro duyed at tho beginning over 1000 bars per tiny by tar the largest struck in tho state anti now produces even n greater amount than any other well yd brought In In that section Mrs Itimacll holds leases on thousands of acres lu close proximity to this well aid practical oil men say that the properties owned and con trolled by her will muko her the rich est oil operator In tho state There Is never n day rain or shine hall or snow that Mrs Hussell Is not with her largo forctiof men at In the fields and oil operators Wild have been nt tho wonderrul Attractive In taco and figure though greetEno6 tJi Cheated YOill1t mini would bjj 11 1to at the bait person In the world onto would lake for nn oil operator Cincinnati luqutrorlilnfw on Tnlilo Jluiiiierxt It ym do not caro to tithe wino when at n formal dinner n gesture of dissent- sI Biuitrtont to allots tuna servant that ho or she is not to pour ally In your Sltt H You should not use n knife when ending Hull lUll IcttuFo leaves should be ft Mni with tho fork nnd so convey ed t the mouth Ices limy bo eaten with a fork or spoon as ono may prefer Awins remain composed in ease of nn nr lent nt the able If you are the linMHM never apologize Doth hostess anti guest Htionltl Ignore It although If the guest liutho offender ho or she may oar n tow word of apology says the riilliidclphln Press Tutor allow your servant to reach nerds a person III placing or rcmorlug nnytlinK and see that ifi clearing the table only one Or two plates ore removed at a time The habit of piling one Ilute on top of another wows n lark f proper training The knife and fork should bo placed side by side on tho plate at the conclusion of each courtv Ii Your Keroirne Soiirf One tiny recently nn Indianapolis wo man went Into alamp store to buy some new burners and complained to the woman In charge that her old burn ers when lighted gave off most of fenolvi odors The lamp woman said to her I om quite surolt Is not the burners list arc nt fault nor Is It your lamp wick Your coal oil Is probably sour rune buyer was ngtonhthcd to learn that fiiil oil could sour The woman In charge asked the buyer how long she land had the oil nail wheu time buy er reported that she lad not had her oil eau fllled forisjnio time silo was in forraod that lair oil sours just as I taunt us uillR not so soon of course for It will stolid much longer but to bo swivt anti to burn without odor the oil must bo fresh Tlio coal oil can reI when rOlled kept closed Indianapolis News I Marriage and Teniirr Every ono agrees that marriage has n strong Influence upon the temper says n writer but Is It good or bad Tithing a womans point of view for n moment wo can easily see how her temper may be Unproved by marriage When she marries she has we may as sume attained the nmbltlou of her life She has got a husband and u homo of her own Sho looks forward to n happy life in fact the future Is us bright ns n future well could look This Is bound to tell Icrlmprf before mar riage she was Inclined to peevishness She mlglit oven have had grave doubts about ever being n wife She might have a discontented family to deal with and so in These tugs arc nil brushed away whan she marries She enters a condition which enables her to she n roseate hue on tho most ordinary things of life It this does not improve her tender nothing can Full Door Mirror When a girl line scant space iu her boudoir she may economize in room by putting away her choral glass anti having IlIr closet door Inlaid with n mirror reneuliiB from the top to the floor It makes n wonderfully nttrac tlvo feature rel1oc1uiull tho knickknacks Dud girl finds it much more convenient and certainly more useful than the cheval glass which lead to bo tilted and turned to sec the hang of tho skirt or to catch u glimpse of the slippers When n girl can afford it nothing Is moro cffectlro than to have all her doors made with mirrors nod drapod wllh soft silk that harmonizes with fife upholstering I Safety plus nro nodliin substitutes when n bodkin H pot handy but easier still are corset laces of cotlon linen silk I or elastic according to tho use for which they are intended By means ot torI ts WOMAN AND FASHION Olontc Por Small ttlrt Such n long out UK tills one always eau PC rolled upon to mnlJiTn mitlsfac tory colt weather garment It Is warm comfortable and smart In one mid wltlini fo simple that Its making Involves little labor As shown It la mode of dark hluo melton stitched with silk milt id eminently serviceable arniH TOCKBD COAT but nil cloaking mntcrlnls In rogue for girls coat arc correct Velvet and velveteen both ore fashionable and when made from these matcrlnlg the coat becomes jin exceedingly dressy one while cheviot Scotch mixtures and the like render It suited to the hnnl usage of school The quantity of material required for the medium size eight years is 4 yards 27 Incliex 216 ynrda 11 Incliw or 2y ynrds 02 Inclluwh1e Coat nod Capo Long coats will bo seen early in the season but will gin place to three iltiArtor length qnos Inter The sleeves are uo larger Long plain rapes of light colored cloth notching to time knees will bo fashionable Hoi coats nro among the favorite models for Ren oral utility wear Mjiny of the eveu lug coats will bo In the empire style and others will bo loose In front and have fitted backs These wraps will bo seen In lane light colored cloth nUll velvets for the- IScorrthing Iluxom Wnninn In tho shape of high throat Jewelry null as dog collars should bo avoided In fact the less Jewelry worn In the shape of necklets tho bettor It may perhaps be accepted as ono of the compensations of tho stout that they nro mostly blessed with good weeks and shoulders albeit their throats nro Inevitably short All IJIcBimt Coilnmr No trimming of the season Is moro fashionable time braiding and none gives n more distinctive nnd elegant touch to the entire costume In the Illustration is shown an afternoon gown that Is made of honrletta cloth so treated and that Is exceedingly chic mid elegant while Its lines are emi nentlysimple anti of n most desirable sort The waist is ono of the ones of the season and Is newI give a bolero effect but which Is ply tucked nnd closed invisibly nt tho bark while the skirt is cut in eleven gores there being fan plaits Inserted at each scam AITEBXOOX Tho OOWNIed over the plain effect nod Is executed In silk ttoutacho braid the labor being really simple in the extreme nnd Involving very little of either tlmo or experience In addi tion to the hcnrlcltn there are a great many other materials which can bo treated similarly while again tho gown can bo utilized In ninny different ways Simple banding arranged on the skirt N always sulllclent trimming where a plainer effect Is desired or Indeed there need bo no finish but the stitched hem In tills Instance tho bolero effect is obtained by the uso of braid and ijttlo flat plaited ribbon but lace and in sertlon call be used with exceedingly flood results anti wbero a still moro l dressy effect is desired tho material jeneata tho Insertion can bo cut awnrt J M 4 A 4 EVE OLD RAGS + Imo n I b In 3cry COIer1l1 In IfnaT- newf of l1Cklle All goon hounewlvos should save nil their old linen muslin underwear towels null Jlaiiucls One never can tell whu they will come in halltlrIOno family which was so healthy as to be a byword Tu limo comnlunlty had n careful and eeqt flilcal woman nt Its head and shunt Y CltOltl petti coats clicmhuw lmntidkvchlC8 and the like having them wnulicjl ironed niul put away as wen ns of worn bulb towels n ulafbiihdmtetsall put away perfectyy Q an Ilwoiitly tliiH t t had n long case of typhoid fPveriSnd another ease of eryilpolas vlion hose old rags were worth their weight In gold The old towels and ill cs U blanket wcro used to protect the both vhcu wnshlug the pa tient time old handkerchiefs were uocd for washing out he mouth aunt eyes ns well as for thlr original purpose and the old Burt njusllu RIm linen rags were ideal for bandaging tine erysipe las patient wlien uslug u salvo that would ruin anything it touched Nothing now can be bought that will take the place of soft old rags and she la n wise woman vho puts hers away clean III a safe pl ceII FOR A SMOOTH SKIN Some Way Ir Irevontliitr or Get tins lltil of Wrinkle Plans to dpf at wrinkles are legion but one which bus been used for many generations is hotter In many ways than those of titer Invention This Is Intended to have a tonic effect on time Akin while preserving Its softness and suppleness To make it take juice of lily root t0 grants hooey 15 grams white wax 80 grams rose water 12 grams Molt the wax and mix the rest of the things as It begins to grow cold This makes n pomade which Is laid on the face thickly at night nnd wiped off with n soft cloth iu tho morning Another excellent paste for tho same purpose Is undo by taking sixtyfour gntnis lit very frosh cold cream nnd bcatltig In with it four grams of pow darn camphor gum and the same of simple tincture of benzoin m nn equal quantity of rwtlflcd fplrlts of wine This Is to be applied ut night after washing tho face Another formula for wrinkles Is fifteen grams of pow dared alum and fifteen grams of sweet almond oil A very recent plan Is to use pomades of menthol In proportion of 10 to 20 tier cent according to the susceptibility of the skin THE HOME DOCTOR Lemonade When given boiling h6t will relieve n severe coughpr cold When grip or other epidemics nro prevailing wear n little crude sulphur in your boots or shoes Do not take quinine Immediately be fore or after a meal Quinine hinders the digestion of mont milk and eggs To remove pimples from the taco dis solve In tho Juice of halt a lemon n lit tie common snit anti apply the mixture on n piece of linen It you would get rid of rheumatism do that which will cause free perspira tion without subsequent chilling If yon would get rid of gout make your liver ns active ns possible Tho white of an egg when beaten with inllk nnd drunk night ail morn lug Is of service In mllil cases of jaundice When beatenwith sugar hind a- very little the voice stronger and clearer For the Sickroom In n recent clue of illness In which n trained nurse was employed tho pleasant air of the sickroom was no ticeable When commented on the nurse explained how It was managed A few pieces of brown paper land been soaked in saltpeter water and allowed to dry says the St Louis Ilepubllc When occasion required n piece of this was laid in n tin pan kept for tho pur pose the coal scuttle vould 3b J a handful of dried lavender Towers laid upon It and n uintoh applied The aro ma was particularly refreshing and ngreenble Another suggestion in tho same line applies to the uso of laven der in another form A few drops of oil of lavender poured Into n glass of very hot water will purify tho air of n room almost Instantly Ilcininlnir Table Mnrn Tablo linen should of course be hem med by hand That Is tho correct thing but time hfiumcr of the machine can be made very useful for this pur pose In the following manner Ilnco the edge of the cloth beneath the hemmer Do not thread limo needle but ns you turn the hem let it run through the machine Turn nnd press thus tho full length of every side Then take from the machine nnd hem In tIme usual way by hand Tho neat turning of the hem is time main Work This ac complished tho rest is soon over Falling Inter Falling hair has many causes but nervous troubles are tho most common Too frequent washing of time scalp especially with harsh soap borax or ammonia weakens tho hair and Is liable to make It fall Dandruff Is a common cause and should be attended to The use of combs Is to bo condemned es pecially those which arc too line for tho hair Your comb should bo coarse and used as llttlo ns possible It should never pull and never rake the scalp Sofi JUllotril Sofa plhiowt made up IImtthe shape of nootbnllnro pot much larger than n football and are covered with burlap denIm calfskin or most anything and 1 thongsInj They nro down filled and nice to tuck In hollows i L 555 i- Ii =7 t 1+ SELECTING POULTRY Dow to rlrk a Tender Fowl When lliiytnfi For the Tulile A well rounded form and neat corn pact legs amid no sharp bony angles oIL the breast are time distinguishing mnrka In selecting poultry for the ta ble according to the United States ag grlcultural departments bulletin on tills topic The skin continues the bulletin should be n clear color yellow being preferred In the Amcrlenn market nnd free from blotches and pin feathers If It looks tight and drawn the bird has probably been scalded before picking Tho lash should give neither flabby nor stiff but should giro evenly and gently when pressed by the linger One of the commonest way ortestI- uS the ago of dressed poultry Is to take the cud of the breastbone farthest from time head between thumb nnd tuber and attempt to bend It to ono side Ih a very young bird say a broiler chicken or a green goose It wllj be easily bent like time cartilage In the human ear In n bird a year or so old It will be brittle nod in nn old bird tough and hard to bend or break Unfortunately tricky dealers sometimes break the end of the breastbone before exhibiting the bird und thus render the test worthless It may bo well to look solely to the feet for the department saystIt the feet are left on the carcass they fur nish n test of age In a young bird they are soft and smooth becoming bard anti rough as the bird grows older Tho claws are short and shnVp in n young bird becoming longer and blunter with age and use Turkeys up to n year old are said toI have black feet which grow pink up to three years old and then turn gradually gray and grow dull In n fresh bird the feet feel moist soft and limber If dressed with time head on tho eyes look bright and full As it becomes stale the eyes shrink and the feet dry and harden when too ttntoI e when decomposition Is well under way the body turns dark and greenish VENTILATION Till Scheme Gels In Fresh Air With out Creatluir a Droll Where the windows of the sleeping room are situated too near the both del icate persons often deny themselves time much needed fresh air In time natu ral fear of taking cold A simple de vice I saw not long since consisted merely of n thin smooth board time exact width and length of tho window ledge less the side strips which was fastened to the sash edge of tho ledge Time board was hinged perfectly flush xnn WINDOW DRAFT SCREEN with tho sash and when not In use lay flat on tho ledge where It was out of the way and yet convenient when needed When fresh air was wanted tho window was raised the width of the board which was then lifted and pushed forward to act as n support for tho sash Thus the window was opened in the middle the current of air enter ing between tho top of tho lower sash and tho bottom of tho upper one tho bottom of time window where drafts are to bo most feared being closed by tho board This simple draft screen may bo put In place by even n fcml nlno carpenter and It varnished or painted to match the rest of tho woodwork It will he scarcely noticeable when not In use rrr nurse the board nay bo an wlilo us tValrcd the greater width nllovlng a freer circulation of air but wh ri wider than tho window ledge It will bo n little more conspicu ous when down Good Housekeeping Women Iii Jnnrnnllim In Paris some patient person has been collecting statistics about women Journalists There are 100 of these ho declares who live by Journalism In England as against 2103 In time United States and 120011 Germany Of time latter 27 per cent deal with literature 18V4 Per cent with political economy rnshIIODScent with domestic economy 4V4 per cent with housing problems nnd 314 per cent with politics The same statistician asserts that tho incomes of these women vary from 1000 francs 200 to 0000 francs 1200 Cocoa Before Ilreafcfait The woman who is awakened by tho first streak of dawn will do well to drink n hot pup of cocoa if many hours arc to elapse before breakfast Is serv ed Cocoa furnishes both food nnd drink and is easily digested by most people It will relieve any faint feel- Ing anal give ono the necessary strength to dress Tho cocoa may be made thQ night before and can bo heated In three minutes over an alcohol lamp If the cocoa is made with fresh milk It will keep perfectly overnight It w I il lity7 k FREE For a limited timo we to every NEW yearly scription worth 50 cents SOUTHERN This great soml NASHVILLE monthly into 60000 Southern homes It is t e rd suit Southern conditions and an swore free of charge Any f is given in a plain practical All departments of farm life and childrens pages Sample IF YOU ARE ALREADY now and add only 10 SUBSCRIBERSCures pricery- rrenew and MORE we will GIVE you the x Whether you arc a new or to our regular subscription wo will send you tho following j Southern Agriculturist Southern Fruit Grower u Southern Fancier t 1 Total regular price Hero is our plan nnd Re will send you The Brcnthitt named above total value 250 for as L here is a time limit on this THE UREATIIrrT J A CURIOUS PHENOMENON The Minance In the Glim and lion Iu Decipher It Boys and girls are often wont to write missives to each other sometimes In clphdr and sometimes with tbo letters formed backward The simplest way of reading tho latter Is by hold Ing It in front of the looking glass and reading the reflection A scientific Journal of Paris tells of n more novel and amusing way to ac complish tho same thing It is as fol lows hill a glass with water and bold It above the eycs PlacetliB lip rlntlJe water so that the tops of the lettersr TOE LETTED IN TUB 01081 will bo tyro LLI wn and npniy totthe of ib lass k no at the interior hi on rface oft tho water amid you nil s just above the edge of the p r the lave ed ii ago of paper and rd with ho I teas right side up lmls curio li p mom anon la owlta let total reflection The rscrlptlon are rem edor horizontal aorta a1 nt impress the eye d by a mirror If jw low tho Image will C In cidenco of the I wing diminished theiv o objects placed above th the waterCINCINNATI MARK CINCINNATI Dee I4 Jo Good to choice butcher ors 4 85 to 500 common fair S285 to 3 75 heifers R to choice S3 25 to 3 85 tom to fair 2 00 to 315 cows c onto fair 125 to 2 G5 oxen 50 to 350 Calves Common andlart3t 50 to 7 50 good to light 7 25 to 00 Hogs market active J- v Good to choice rack 95 common to choice ns 00 to 14 05 ligitdvilyt rs 185 to 4 110 nd less i 00 to 185oSheep good to choie Le to 4 90 common to fs timo 1 to 410 tent fe Lambs common to to Lfa qo to G 90 i 1of rr Irot rOUND t t John W Dean had apa jvti iek for about five years mindrjbecame so great that hef nq work and in fact could not wptt atlli as Several physicians failed to ottretfefm but he found a remedy Itf alSaiItMI Kidney lAnd Nerve Tobin For aalaby 8 H Stldhim A Son Jackson Kv c r 4 Chamberlains Cough Birniiy urc CQII1I Creep J H1F l J+ r lu TO ALL NEW J i1 J Ulcers I If you have offensive pimples or eruptions ulcers on any part of the budy aching bones or joints falling hair mucous patches swollen glands j skin itches and burns sore lips and gums eating festering sores sharp K gnawing pains then you suffer from serious bbod poison or the beginnings of u deadly cancer You may be per manently cured by taking Botanica Blood Balm B BB made to cure the worst blood and skin dis Sy eases Ideals every tore or ulcer even deadly cancer stops all aches and pains and reduces all swellings Bo tanic Blood Halm cures all malignant blood troubles such as eczema scabs and scales pimples running soresrcnrbunelee scrofula Druggist 1 To prove it cures sample of Balm + sent free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ua DucrlbItrouble and free medical advice sent In sealed letter f Nw Tourist Car ervlce Via The RouteICommencing Tuesday Nov 21st and thereafter the first and third Tuesdays of each month we will Tourist Car beoperate a through tween St Louis and Mexico City via the Iron Mountain Koute leaving St Louis at 820 pm For berth reservations and further information address II C Townsend G P T ASt Louis Mo A A Gallagher D P A 41U Walnut St Cincin nati O j ThIS stamen of Indigestion is upon us Kodol Dyspesla cure for Indigestion and Djspepaia will do every thing forth r stomach that an overloaded or an ItIlieves sour stomach belching heart burn indigestion etc Sold by Jackson Drug Co Special Home Seekers Rates Via Southern Railway On the first and third Tuesdays in November and December the l Southern will sell very alIIpointsone of cars I prIlljcipalvice For information or IoxIingtonP A St Louis Mo or 0 Ilungerford D P A Louisville Ky 1 A Bad Scare Some day you will get II bad scare when you feel a pain In your bowels ind fear appendicitis Safety lies In Dr Kings New Life Pills a sure cure for all bowel and stomach diseases such as headachut biliousness costive ness etc Guaranteed at Jackson Drug Co only 50o Try them I Vhr Aetreue Are Beautiful reallyhandsomeand wonder why wo find them there A beautiful actress glees as the reason Women on the stago make It their lBslnee to become beautiful whisk they consider as Important as dramatic talent They do not attempt the footlights unless they have some looks and a good carriage They Im prove their beauty by careful exercise diet study a desire to please and tJaIpleasure they get frwa their work if a- f v a- e dZ fIi i- I J1 t f pJ S e- V Y- h s u The Breathitt News SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE J A iSB HAGINS EDITOR rT m NN1NN1 1 IN nW FLEENOB A II PATTON 1 irFLEENOIt C PATTON L WYERS I I LJAOKSON KENTUCKY NNN1 J 1mi J WISE IIAGIXS ry ATTOUNEYArLAW I Ofllee over 1oitOflIce JACKSON Kxtrrucrr flTAH business Intrusted to him will receive prompt and careful at r tention HtlllTTTTTTnnTTrtnnnninnnnniHilUIIHUt 1 L C ROARK = LAWYERf 3 yJACKSON KENTUOKY 2 J Will practice In Breathitt and = e lJagoffin Counties 5 a wlluuuuttultuuuututuuuuuuuullns-y M h- d FRIDAY DECEMBER 15 ADDITIONAL LOCAL Press Taulbee of Taulbco was here Wednesday s E H Miller of Clay Hole was hero on business Wednesday 1 Joel Stamper and James Sand lin of Crockcttsvillc were hero last Monday WJ Baker of Avavram was here Monday after goods for his store at that place A C Hudson has purchased a house and lot from Dr James P Boggs and has moved into it John Moore of Bushs Branch was here Wednesday bu in goods for his store at that place Crisp fresh styles correct ini color and workmanship are the shirts carried at J M Osborns Chas Taffgart a musical mimic and impersonator will be the next attraction on the lyceum course The date is January 3 Ashford Josephof Lambric brought in a drove of fat hogs tour market Tuesday which he sola at 5 dollars per hundred GW Fngato of Smith Branch was hero Thursday preparing a bid for the new mail route from Smith Branch to Clemons John E Deaton and D F f Deaton of Roosevelt were here Thursday attending the examin I4 ing trial of John Davidson John Brown of Lambric the newly elected Justice of the Peace Wednes4l The withorspoon College 0 Jhickhorn has an ad in issu which will be of interest to al- d those who are contemplating send 1ingtheir children awaj from home school Charles Terry of Turkey ox Sheriff of this county was here last Saturday Ho is thinking oV moving here about January Isi and occupying his property on River street John M Fugato and II S No ble both of Ned returned last week from points below where they had been with a drove f i cattle They reported the market dull and sales low Miss May Stone who has boon connected with the Ilindman Sot element School since its organization passel through nesday on her way to attend a i trustooswhichto rebuild the school V Gabriel Hudson of Ilindmaty j TiiAt Jl udson was elected Jailer of Jvnott county at tho recent oleo boughtft7 will take possession January IsTJ ti W T Short general revenue ngent for Kentucky and Tennijet sec with headquarters at Richl mond returned here Monday fron a raid in Perry county Ho sue cceded in capturing three moo shine stills and a large quantity of beer etc The contestants are to begin th taklDgof their depositions t dfti 0 they a7 J rtl i tune to rove off an adversema gonteeItblstmenin the county that the Uoh was that Ijat been held in Breathitt county J In Dittany and that every voter had an opportunity to1 vote I Jj tAu IJ it l Ja7ltrrsL mv r ik k- q tC W TRADE AT ME Star Storet BIG BARGAIN CENTER F- ORCLOTHING Shoos Mats and a Jfiino jCine of LADIES DRESS GOODS Skirts Jackets Silk and Woolen Waistst and Ladies Trimmed Hatso 0 i III A Handsome Line of Ladies Furs Zti inks Carpotsf Walngl and SMes JflJlg jCina of Motions and a Sood jfssortmont of LADIES AND GENTS UNDERWEAR The Latest Styles in Mens Shirts Mous and Boys Overcoats at Reduced Prices Au Elegant Lino of Childrens Cloaks which we are almost giving away Please come and examine our stock and prices We have everything usually kept in a youmoneyHighest flarket Price Paid for Produce and Fur FIRESTEIN EUSTER PROPRIETORS STill STORE x College Avenu- eJACKSON KY for tho candidate of his choice and that all the voters did so ao that each vote was counted as The Census Bureau has issued ahulletin on illiteracy which shows that atnoug the children of Kentucky from 10 to 14 years of age illiteracy is decreasing in rather a remarkable manner In 1890 there wore in Kentucky 1107 il literates to every 1000 native white children 10 to fourteen years of ane In 1900 the illiteracy damong the children lied decreased to 477 to every 1000 between tho ages mentioned which speaks well for the work dono by tho public schools of tho State The Jackson Drug Company has just put upa new soda fountain to bo ready fort use for tho hot days ncxt summer They will however servJCf lot chocolates etc during the winter This is tho handsomest untaiii to bo found in tho mountains They do nothingy halves as can be storef18 y Reald t i adjther k Jfireslein Busier have a now ifi jn this issue They have a big liOof everything advertised and Idts of other things which they iv3et to s i you rind convince 3 ou ho It J they can make prices PE1tS U 3IATTER overed that it takes a newspaper Wo t is unnecessary to of you who know ust como out of a- 4rgn that we need toofpersonnl state to all Jr our subscribers ild bo quito expensive we refers ask each ono of scribers who knows ho is inI ears to send us at least oneI Jar to apply on subscription is is a small amount to each sc but would amount to con Jerablo in tho aggregate to us 5VrQ are going to begin a now v and make other improvements on our paper about January lst which is almost hero We are roing to make up a new sub scrt + ionbookat that timo and allI who arc in arrearages will bo dropped unless the above request is complied with You ought to take advantage of our Combination offer described onpa r- yoar2Ior el Four papers a whole X135 Can you afford dtfthout your county paper Ior Sale at a Bargainj A I cliolarship in the International Correspondence Schools at Scran n Pa the same schools that Sir Hoffman represents scholarshipinCollege at Louisville Call on or addrow TiiEBBEATHITT COUNTY NEWS JacksonICy- A 4i oe jr- r tIIr 525252 dDR O H SVVANQO PNYSICIPN PND SU1 EOt OPFICO HOURS8 A M TO 4 P H IX HAIU1IS BUILDING JACKSON KEXTOCKV SSH5HS25HSHS2S It GORRESPONDElSrGE CLAY HOLE ndgoTnulbeos Mrs Serena Landrum had the misfortune to lose a nice tub of lard caused by the tub leaking Mrs JM Allen has returned home from Jackson where she has been under treatment by Dr Vance Olfatt- Christmas will soon be here and we hope that ovary one will try and keep the day holy and not reo gard it as a day of wickedness COPE BRANCH Dick Jennings formerlyof Oakdalo has moved to Quicksand J D Mooreund wife of Jack son have been visiting Paul Woods and family Mrs Polly Cojnbs of Jackson daughterMrsweek IL C Bryant of Oakdalo and James Parnier of Lick Branch were in Jackson on business a few days ago Mrs Katie Combs who has boon ill for some time is better and Mrs Vicio McIntoshof Jolts oreek is very low Mrs Rachel Holland of near Quicksand is visiting her mother Mrs Fannie Johnson jol War Creek TROUBLESOME William Stacy is serving on the jury at Hazard Lewis Holliday and Miss Hettie Williams are on the sick list John D Holliday was the guest Esquire Whittaker Sunday The Slemp Coal Company is paying off for somo mineral lands Jason and Floyd Williams have returned from Knott county where they had been on business Tho surveyors who havo been making a general survey here have moved to the head of Balls fork Miss Serrilda Holliday is expecting to attend college this winter when she finishes teaching her school Our combination offers are for the benefit of our old as wellas nosy subscribers r M WATCHESVRJ CHRISTMAS PRESENTS NN NNNNWNNN MNNw NNN LADIES WATCHES v mlAr4PricCsr I vuwv VUVl uIrSTLEMliLVS WATCIIISSWWaothem 4 Cler firm1aWATCHESL 500 upNNNNNNNNNININ SPECIAL LINK OF CHILDRENS DIAMOND RINGS AT 8UOO miwrzt jjELEjOPjjjjjLjjQTOjKjJConihigSANTA I have rented the Business Mans Club Roonl CORNER MAIN AND BROADWAY Where I will have holiday goods on display and Santa Claus invites you to 5 Come and Bring 1 C- 41 the Children C- v Jhe finest jCine- of F Christmas Sooctt Ever brought toJackson Dont confound this lino of Xmas Goods with tho line ordinarily carried by tho merchants of Jackson THEY ARE SUPERIOR 1 We have Dolls of all kinds Block Wagons Xmas Tree Ornaments Toy Furniture Game Boors Iron Trains Iron Wagons Toy Tables Chairs Hobby Horses Toy Pianos and the finest lino of Air Rifles for tho boys you ever saw- DONT GO AWAY FROM IIOAI- Eti UO BUY CHRISTMAS GOODS Until you have inspected my lino Everybody welcome Santa Claus t Feud uarlors Corner fflfain and Broadway Feathers and Quills Wanted We buy all kinds of Goose Duck Turkey and Hen Feathers and Quills the year round Pay cash on arrival charge no commission or drayage Send for our price list We will treat you right Ilrightoa Station The P R Mitchell CO Cincinnati Ohio W H Henderson Ayres Street Opp Post 001e LEXINGTON KY DEALER IN Grain Seeds Feed Wheat Rye BArley Oats and Oorn KentuokyBlueOrali Hay stt jvMIll Feed fft i I KILLTHi COUGHAND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings FOR DiscoveryCONSUMPTION Boreat and Quickest Cure for all novoLES DAY BROS =OOMPANY H Wholesale and Retail I 11arp fie most complete stock of I J GENERALs hL I 0 MERCHANDISE t Ever brought to Jackson Consisting L of tIrt1j- iotfiinq 8dSttfrJ JU StI+ KitSt it e 4 S keS 11 f We have the iincst line of shoes in Eastern Kentucky Our mens slices arc of the latest style For the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy THE LATEST DESIGNS IN It MILLINERYThis Department is under the man 1 agement of Miss Margaret Basket who can show you The Latest Style Hats direct from New York City Also GOODSInMarketsIf orFURNITURE We are people you are looking for we have it by car loads to suit every body Come andsee us our anummhIIIIUIIHAUIlIlillilllnutlliunnutnni IinmPrices f5unruumunullunusuilnnulinnuililutllutuunmunrnuul uunuuruiultunnir DAY BROS 1 COMPANY T J Jackson if Kentucky I J rThe Breathitt News 1i Published Every Prldny CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAR j WISE HAG INS KDITOH I Local and Personal i I am coming SANTA CLAW t Get your Pancake Flour from 0 Madden Take advantage of our subscnj lion otTers today C Haddcn can furnishyou nico W turkeys for Xmas Y1 Dont force us to leave off your name on January 1st n S Gullet of Robbins was hero on business Tuesday Stop with Hart Bros at Reed hotel when in LQxinJttonI Mizo Landrail of Cloy Hole was hero on business Tuesday Clarence Madden will pay you 20 cents a dozen for your eggs Clarence hidden can furnish you with a nice fruit cake for Xmas l-1i5M Noble of Noble was here attending the Hollida funeral Miss Lillian Carpenter ol a Quicksand visited relatives in Jackson Saturday Clarence Madden was in Cihcin nati this week buying Hoods for the holiday trade I have got the Christmas things v to please the little ones I SANTA CIAUS Phillip Fogle of Corbin was visiting Capt and Mrs W R Bradshaw the past week Christmas shoppers will find the newest things in Christmas Novel ties at the Jackson Drug Co Santa Claus says come and see him in the Business Mens Club Room corner Main and Broadway Corn or any kind of merchant able country produce will be ac copied in payment of subscriptions Pearl Black and U ray Telescope Hats nt Osborns Absoluicly cor rect in style Como and look al them Anderson Harvey of Noble wasp hero the first of the week bolting for a location preparatory to mov ing here The Jackson Bottling Works i and Clarence Haddcn have pro scntcd our office with somo beau tiful cnlemlarsIHeI of the Presbyterian church assist L cd in the dedication of a now church at Cannot City Sunday Cosy and comfortable sleeping garments for men andwomen The thing for cold nights J M Osnoux T M Davidson of Woburn A wss hero during the week superin tending the work on his new build ing ho is erecting on Broadway Before buying your Xmas presents call and see S D Flecnorj fine lino of jewelry Ho is show ing an elegant lino of uptodate goods F B Endicott the piano man was hero the first of the week from Pikoville where ho had been looking after his branch store at t that place Samuel E Patton has his new business house on Broadway al most completed Ho is putting in one of tho prettiest storo fronts S in Jackson Mrs M L Girton will visit her homo in Ashoville N C during tho holidays Sho will return in ample time for the reopening of school January 2 Willie II Hurst general dos livery clerk in tho postoflico was tho guest of his sister Mrs C T Snowdon at Camp Christy Saturday and Sunday Elizabeth Sebastain of Ca has been visiting her r1rs Mrs Daniel Turner for two weeks returned to Iher last Saturday Tho show windows ofour stores are taking on a holiday appear I ance Tako a look through tho columns of THE NEWS and you will see who wants your trade Oliver Praters store and dwell- ingf were burned at Caney last t Friday night about 12 oclock ing in either was saved The tfNotis 2500 with no insurance y Y- j I- l I NOTICE TO TIGER MEN Tho Now Administration Warns Them To Close January 1 Whereas thoro have Leon nn operntionthroughont tho past few yoaw and whereas tho now administration will toke charge January 1st mid it will be tlllIir duty and it is their intention to enforce tho law agiiitist all vie Inters alikrt t Now therefore nil that are engaged iii tho blind tiger business takoAvnrning tat if they d O arltorcuted according to law CHRISTMAS PRESENTS Our storo is headquarters for Christmas goods A full lino 6 r line Chinaware Books for tho old and young Pictures and Picture Frames Mirrors and ToiletCases Como early and examine care hilly while our stock is complete No trouble to show goods JACKSON DRUG CO Good Luck To Them Born to Mr and Mrs G W Whittakcr a boy Born to Mr and Mrs Prier Sowcll a boy Horn to Mr and Mrs Samuel Frieze of Canncl City a boy Mrs Jlarcum Wins a Point rite case of Mrs J B Marcun against James Hargis in which she accuses Hargis of complicity in the murder of her husband was before the Court of Appeals last week on a motion of the appellc to strike from tho records tho bill ofexceptions Tho court overruled tho motion and sustnined Mrs Marcnma motion to file tin bill of exceptions Leo County Happenings John G McGuire aged JO died if old age at his home in Realty villa last Friday morning lit had been resident of that vicinity before Leo county was formed and was the first man to mine and ship coal from that place Ho made a fortune in the coal business R It William Newman a brakeman on the Louisville Atlantic Rails way was lulled at Bcattyvillo last Sunday night James P Gunn n section hand is accused of the murder It is alleged that Gunn without provocation shot Now man while tho latter was on his way homo from the yards The decedent leaves a widow and two children It A fight occurred Sunday night near Primrose in Leo county between Harrison and John Lucas on one side and Strat Lutes and John Abner on tho other Tho quarrel started between John Lu cas and Strat Lutes and was taken up by Harrison Lucas and John Abner It is reported that when John Lucas started to draw his pistol Abner called to him not to do that but Lucas paid no atten tion to tho request and drew his pistol Abner drew a pistol on John Lucas and then Harrison Lu cas shot Abner who turned hnd tired upon Lucas Abncr is re ported to be dead nUll Harrison Lucas is not expected to live All parties were drinking and were friends before the difficulty See thoso nico cooking figs lit laddcns Charles Hadden has accepteda position as clerk in JVM Osborns storeD R Clark foreman of Judge aulbcos log job on Riley spent Sunday at homo D D Hurst visited his daughter Mrs J H Marcum at Win icstcr this week Dont fail to see our lino of Pictures and Picture Frames JACKSON Diiuq Co Miss Ida Riflle of West Liberty has accepted a position as stenographer in tho law office of- T J 0 Bach John Davidson was arrested charged with being ail accessory to tho killing of Grant Holliday Ills examining had not been con eluded as vro go to press i a Service at the Baptist church Sunday at 11 a m and 630 pm by W 11 Setzer pastor In viow of the fact that the pastor will be absent on the 24th ho will preach his Christmas sermon Sunday morning Evening subject Tho Dcmands f the Laws Sunday school Cliristmas exer will be held Friday nlgRtf Deccm ber 22nd S YK s p J t GRANT HOLMIUY KILLED While Attempting to Arrest Jacob Noble Grant Holliday was shot and instantly killed last Sunday afternoon by Jacob Noble out on the ridge road about two milos from here The particulars as far us we have been able to learn ore about as follows During the morning soine boys had had some little triyul trouble up the river above town In tho afternoon Jacob Noble and his brother Joro and some others of their friends went out on the hill about two miles from town where some boys woro shooting at chickens as a target Holliday learning of the boys being up there decided to Ko and arrest them andsummoned some parties to go and assist him some of whom advised him not to go but ho went and on arriving at the spot and his purpos being known Jacob Noble asked him to show his warrant and told him if ho had one ho was submis she but Ilolliday raised his gun and fired into Nobles face where upon Noble drew his revolver and shot Holliday killing him instant ly Noble was not badly hurt Ilolliday was born and raised in Perry county but several years ago moved to Morgan county twoIrcorsbusiness for awhile then in the mercantile business then in the logging business but for the past few weeks ho has been acting as a Deputy Sheriff He leaves a wife and several children Ills funeral was conducted at tho Baptist church Tuesday by Rev J II Hudson of Noble after which his remains were buried in tho Combs graveyard The Kof Ps and order of Red Men participated in the ceremonies AN UNNECESSARY REWARD Wo observe from the daily paper that the Governor has offered n reward for the arrest of Jacob Icro and Green Noble for tlie al leged murder of Grant Holliday Wo think the offer of this reward is entirely unnecessary as we are reliably informed that tho Nobles ire rendand willing to deliver themselves up to the officers of the law as soon as it is made evi dent 4o them that they will hove a fair trial but we understand they say that they do not want to be tried by their enemies They want a trillnot a persecution flicrc is no feed about this business as some seem to want to make it appear The law will iako its course These boys will have a fair trial and if they are guilty they will bo punished but if innocent they will bo turned loose DyerSi roug Nuptials Tho marriage of Miss Belle Strong to Mr G Z Dyer took laco at tho residence of Capt L C Kash in Winchester yesterday Thursday afternoon in tho presence of only a few friends and relatives TIme bride was married in n becoming tailor gown The engagement of the young couple has been known for some time and their wedding was a source of deep interest to their rionds Tho groom is ono of thc best known business men in Jackson and conducts a barbershop on Broadway Miss Strong is a daughter of tho late John D Strong 1 and has been employed as bookkeeper by the Singer Manufacturing Company at thejr store hero for the past live years which position she resignedrecently Mr and Mrs Dyer will return to Jackson Saturday evening and will go to housekeeping at the home of her mother Christmas Entertainment TIm Presbyterian church is ar ranging to give the Sunday school children a splendid Christmas entertainment They will have a handsomely decorated tree full of rood things fpt tho children also a splendid musical program of songs and drills and recitations will bo a feature The exercises will be held on Saturday evening December 23 at 4 oclock You are invited to attend FOR SALE A II SJiorts property in Jackson on the corner of Broadway and College avenue Call on AS Johnson Jackson or A H Short Bcrea Ky Santa Claus says U R Welcome Business Mcnsv CJub Booms + 1iiI iytJ BMTKES i i iimfi UNTIL 1 DE 27 i905 A I stll anything in my lino o- fGeneral ft i Merchandise1i x T PBlbES f LOwg THAN COST Vy This is an opportunity for you all to buy M goods cheaper than you ever bought them I COME AND SEE I A YOUR FRIEND I JR BLAKErJ lfJ IIIGOODPLICE 14J y I JO JAYPRLIA good place to buy Drugs is where accuracy and It cxpcricnc prevail WE HAVE HAD TILE EX I PEKIEMK and we would not tolerate a mistakeIreputation is too valuable and you ttectcd in every way if you bring your prescription 1 1 1 1 here No one in this store is allowed to handle a G Oleprescrilrtion who is not thoroughly competent CHEMICALS11J 1 i tI compoundingI 1 t 111 RELIABLE RUBBER GOODS 111 tttShoulder Braces Trusses Supporters Bandages In Patent Medicines we keepevery ttt 11timing called for in this market If you call for I t1isomething we do not have in stock we will get it t 1foryou without extra charge 1 I 1J WB MAKE A SPECIALTY OF 11 11l 1 FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCOS I t1 = == = 111 JACKSON DRUG 001 a Witherspoon College BUCKHORN PERRY CO KY WINTEH TERM OPENS JAN 1 1906 Special attention given to Normal and other advanced students CI1ARUESJ J 15 Room and board at boys dormitory 125 per week e Room and board in private families 150 per week Tuition 100 per DIRECT INQUIRIES monthiFOR SALE About fifty Boys Suits in long pants which I mean to dispose of I am not looking for a profit on them They are a grade cheaper than I expect to handle in the future I mean business when I say this Come in and price and then if you are not satisfied go else where J M OSHOBN ADVKUTISKD LI2TTI3KS List of letters remaining un claimed in the Jackson postoflico for tho week ending Dec 1605- ASarah Armstrong Elliott Arnett B Annie B Bager Sam Banks OBryan BrostC Nancy Couch Tom Curzy F Farlino Feugot Lee Francis II Lizzio Sarah Howard MBen Mclvnight George Morris NT C B Noble PRosy Pugh 2 Uphia Russell V SJohn Stamper CW Elcio Wcavor L II WhitN taker Persons calling for tho above mail will please say advertised D D HuitST P M For Dolls Toys and holiday goods of all descriptions Lhavo MainFandfi t Everybody invited to come and see my holiday display SANTA CLAUS Corner Main and Broadway Get your figs dates raisins cit ron etc for fruit cakes at C Haddens W II Pel fry requests us to announce that ho has been ap pointeda Deputy Sheriff for Dis trict No 4 and he will expect every one to pay their taxes for 1105 at once IMrs W II ers schoolon Frozen Creek closes Saturday December 23 with an entertainment and dinner served on the ground The exercises commence Int 0 oclock Every ono cordially invited NOTICE For reasons best known to our selves wo have decided to retire from business and in order to do SQ wo are going to sell our stock LESSIcan rent our store building which cornersIin Jackson at a fair price per year Who will be the first to give us a call and look through our stock and hear our prices Wo are respectfullySSoN- JacksoB Ky L I Crowned b With cJuJcess Relative to merits of Pianos it is an open secret among Piano manufacturers theEverett Piano A Is commanding more favor at this period than any other Pinno The endorsement of the public is the strongest popularity v r- v An IronClad Guarantee = aP1of the manufacturer combined makes THE EVERETTrtho peer of all artistic Pianos of this day FB ENDICOTTBROADWAY NEAR MAIN STREET JACKSON KENTUCKY BEST COAL ON THE MARKET ftfind 1yourrs5252S252 u25d5Z25Z 5iS252Cl R MHEI4YMANDFACTOBEU IN n MARBLE AND GRANITE Monumentsand Satisfaction guaranteed or write prices and from us YEARS EXPERIENCE BREATHITT COUNTY KENTUCKY k22525252S2S25252525252525252S25C5 IN THE FREE BUS ARLINGTON HOTEL tAULBEE PROP f JACKSON KY- rGOOD STAn FIRST OONNEOTIONl + Ii fOJro mA1Q 1 for sat sun flo oplatt j Let us show our line consisting of- DIAMOND CUT GLASS- SILVERWARE j fSILVER NOVELTIES UMBRELLAS TOILET SETS ETa attractive sat Lorna tvHfi very i prices I D ELEENOB JEWELER AND OPTICIAN JACltSON KY lOlEUJlonYwTAIt hp ago ya4 mall x is to be bad right here at yards in Jackson May be you think that all coal is very muchalike Well it by a jugful TRY A TON OF OURS r expected Thats because itsall good clean coal of the best t grade 525CS2S2 AND DEALER Call for save money by buying 22 sJ REST MOTEL TO and FROM CITY DEPOT S Sf LIVERY IN OLASS SAMPLE X ROOMS chlldnnt you very attral S our isnt I Somo Your being marriedis r reason I for buying You wont have to buy another pair so coon l The y have the tyU chap and poise which river wear eut l- AdI the patent Unfit J Goal eeles atreag beela Ittleatherflaest fin JA I j CUItIbk t t r JUiT AH KA- ITIlft0sborri I H r r 5- ti 7rIcr 111 t0 5 NEW SHORT TORIES C The JIlRhcdt Flight I ilE1 once compiled nnd illustrated n x Usk or hymnand before the boot was made the publishers bad n lIst ot1 tbo selections printed nUll sent to thOf y boat known clergymen nnUiora poets asking them to filM to or sub tract from tho list as they might sea t nt says Louis K iiarlow Most or r them replied but nothing was received from Thomas Bailey AldrIch Meet ing lilm ono day I suggested that he should if i osslble give us the benefit saidYThat suggestion snakes 1110 think of the time I was n boy In Illverwortb for If you have read tho Story of n Bad Boy you will remember till crowd of boys that were always to l gether skating nud coasting In win ter playing marbles hi the spring nnd so on through the entire sports of tho Well there was ono boy who scould always beat us in these sports lie could skate faster his sled would pass our sleds In coasting he would win all our marbles nnd when It cam time for flying kites of course his kite r was way above ours 4Ono day wo decided tonnuio our kites So the next morning we ap i+ pcured on the green with these names Ono boy hail selected Morning Star another Daybreak Mine I thinly was Excelsior but this boy crone out with this title covering the entire face of his t kite Nearer My God to Thee Have you that hymn In your collection i Boston Herald t 5 1 k lingo Task y It was a huge task to undertake the rl cure of such a bad case oj kidiiey tit easo as that of 0 F Collier of Ohero kee la but Electric Bitters did It Ha writes 31y kidneys wore so far gone I could not sit on a chair without a cushion and suffered from dreadful backache headache and depression In Electric Bitters however I found a cure and by them was restored to perfect health I recommend this great tonic medicine to anyone with weak GuarsIn teed by Jackson Drug Co Price 50c A j The Smolt Day fn Evidence Mrs John P Newman Bishop New mans widow who proposes to found kindergarten In Jerusalem has a gre affection for children and a great storo of childrens anecdotes About nn embarrassing situation she said ono day This reminds mo of a dinner that a Denver woman gave during a Meth olls convention In her c y Iho dinner was sumptuous The leading lights of tho church and of tin t s 1i nmPf Shied CLDm DHOKE A GLASS stata were there A presiding elder l itt taking n drink of water broke II glass Tho hostess began to assure the elder that tho accident was of n6 coil Ii uencc but her well mod uktt VO 0 1 4iseasily ovorpowcrod by t lot- shout of her llttlb son S r Oh mamma ho cried Its 0 o qt the borrowed ones Isnt ti Grand i ngplds Herald tf nil- ItfJiekachildshorssymptoms cr9up there Is no time to experiment with new remedies no IilSjilj they may be reennnucnded TIr1I lit j nne preparatlon that can nlwi s bo t deponded It has been In er- s iliShyyears and has never boon 1 I IlflIl1 viz ChamberafrV 3i niltijinedy Mr M F Compt c J t 1exas says of IthI have tmetyUtyiu can truthfully say It always i prompt relief For sale by JP Iug Co r Anecdote nt Duahra Cecil junstoryof w h new crown princess of German li o it winning golden opinion from ry hrti et fleeing the other day tn adssluout In ono ot the Derllnjaper r n young person of good appear CL C net us a model at a dreslip1n es tnbllshment It occurred to thlrown princess that It was exactly t kind of post abe wanted for a pro go t rflnworkra With her characteristic kindllfileolrwent tlio little princess totrl to se euro tho post and entering t boP umccorarwnted up she went lta the proprietor ji- aot1 have seen your advertiaeii Jn tho Togcblatt she beg and think i Jut the proprietor patting Iiyjr Interrup4Ltiyoull never do YUbav nttl1figure But youve a vtoMAi Y FCouio back In a EwothsKl e Ill- i ace It I can find you a pwt AA at It saleswomana J I jThero was a oomteal tableau when d the mlitako was upla1ata uuttlJo princess took the whole thing in such I good part that the embarrassment of I the proprietor was soon last in tdmlra tlon ft Chainharlalaseau h dv at COlpCilAekwy Jr h rJ t 0 f i iL ffI r IJ t V t Ce c1i c tiI CHOICE MISCELLANY yPeteof Society Society women aro well l own for their devotion to dogs Tho Duchess ot Newcastle 13 noted for her Borzois till Cnuutcas of Aberdeen for her skyo terriers Lady Kathleen Pllkinglon for her toy bulldogs Lady Charles Bores ford for her Pekingese spaniels tho Hm Mrs Ronald Grevlllo for her whito collISs and Lady Samuclsou for her Japanese spnulcla But some smart woutMt KO In for tar moro out of the way trcnsurca The Marchioness of Aiigliiioy tho dowager Countess of con iiluiin mid her daughter Lady Mary 1epys own marmosets and take the llltle crcatfarc with them wherever they go The Countess of Warwick keeps u white cjephaut at Warwick castle the Ladles ttstello and Dorothea Hope slstera of the Marquis of Lin llthgow ouc had nn otter which fol lowest thorn about like n dog nnd now they possess a tame hare which the have christened Mr JugRlus tli lIon Mrs Arthur Cadogan has or had a tatifp python and I ldy Constance Itlclmrdson nt ono time owned a bon constrictor Mrs Holland General St Lcgers daughter keeps chameleons several society women have Imported nieerkats from the Cape nnd pets such as snakes nnd pelicans ar possessed by the Duchess of Marlbor ough All this according to London M 1P u V Mailed All efforts have failed to find a bet rev remedy futj oouglnoold and lunp tvoublet thnriToluys Honey end Tar It stops the coughs heals the lung and prevents rerlaus results from said J N Patterson Nashau Iowa writes c Last winter I had a bad cold in my lungs and tried at least halt o dozen advertised cough medicines and had troatment from two physician s w tliuut getting any benefit A friend commended Foleys Honey and Tar and two thirds of a bottle cured me eousider it the greatest cough and lung medicine In tho world Jackson Drug Co Keep flood Ilornci We know a farmer who has not less than JOO Invested In old plug horses atsays Chicago Muter Ocean Itlnguoucs lus wire cuts curbs etc are co splcuous when you look over his lIe has ten or n dozen bend and none of thorn pan Co depended upon for a decent days work This man thinks be needs lots of horses with which to do his work and he bought his nssort meat because they were cheap We know another tanner with only three head that cost 500 but they nro good ones and ho can do wore work Iu n day with them than tko other man can with his ten head The moral Is Keep less horses but have good ones LJX Grlppn and Pneumonia Pneumonia often follows la grippe but never follows the use of Foleys honey and Tnr It cures la grippe uughs nnd prevents pneumonia and consumption Ask for tiono atd Tar and refuso any substitute of teed Mr G Vacher of 157 Osgood 3f Chicago writes My wife had a severe case of la grippe three years ago anal it left her with a terrible cough She tritd a bottle of Foley S itonerfl d Tnfnnd it gave immediate relief a CO cent bottle cured her oouglf entirely Refuse eubstitutes Jackson Drug Co TJie lutvenfoun General Gjsan niiun Man tho head of n Can toneso llrjn employing over 10000 balli is leekstudying American in w iPhlladelphla apropos of tlrtfCBlagso dwukeiilug he snl- ddChlnn s + for thousands of enrs been highly enough civilized to desplso war Her newborn respect for was la not an unmixed good There layper lisps a little of degeneration of bar barism In It BuUr lestChina will no longer bo 1 pArag Iln slock of notions more e t b herself It will no longer U orsttto say to her as tho Japa rd Ann that nChlneso general trplalnc K defeat with such a report tLttp Want enemy unaware that lnot bo fired against an ot ad them came upon us from and thus rendered all o- utlt r s Boston Advertiser V11i hat Unlocks Tho Door i Long Living ninetyt10 tr Ire not the rotund well r rjjlljjn spare men who live on a slender diet Be as careful as he will tiowever a man past middle age will occasionally eat too much or of somo urlicle of food not suited to his consti tutlon and will need n dose of Chim berlalns Stomach and Liver Tablets to idealise and nvluorale his stomach and regulate hirf liver and bowels When aids in dons there Is no reason why tho average man should not llvu to old ole For sole by Jackson Drurj Co Hotel For Children Paris bas an Infants crib where the babo about town may spend an kilo afternoon but London comes a good second with n hotel for children This Motel Is known os the Xorland nurser trlero In suits of two rooms tho abownclimatesPjouth or so to veterans of eight or- s one and each three have a day andI t nursery to themselves Thero iLBTOgslx of Jicso suits providing commoda tlens for somo eighteen chl1I dren and the cost varies according to the cgs oPthe children An Eincigcncy Medicine 1Or sprains briilies burns scalds and similar injuries there is nothing u good as Chamberlains Patu Balm It Soothes the wound and not onl1t gives Instant wallet from pain ut I Muses the parts to heal In about oneE third the time required by tho usual iTraenlSold byJaokon Drug Co p Ji r FACTS IN FEW LINE t To sVi with tho fingers clpseioo InPotamawnt9vogue nLondonJaa summer llie Wand of Horn Hie popultl6n t boy Ist ylcb that Re cotland und Ire land A IvSntnclky maglstrato recently fin cd an offender 20 fo snoring 1 n church k Railway Blebpcrs mAdq 0 leather Soyareoruinent Totho north polo under the fla9 ot all the world is the lateatproject Jar attacking the arctic problem A shop In Strassburg called Thp Sign of the Stag line been occupied as a reennrsUp inon turnouts have been orcctodto tho racra 017 of those who fell in the Sjjoutu Af rican war xviTtii joir wnnt n pleasant laxative LiterpTablets Fur f alt by Jnckfun Drug Co nates at Lloyds ore being eagerly r Inquired for to Insure against the risk of rlotsclvll commotions etc in Ilus stun ports nut inland towns IA Now Zealand pufbllcatlon the Con otract Journal makes this bull The of party cries Is obstructing n clear view of the present position ol tills country- In order that tlio people of New York may not forget the Lord n mat who has his name withheld has had n verso of Scripture painted on n bill board In full sight of Brooklyn bridge passengers In the czars palace Tsarkoc 11ca- e St Petersburg ono room has n floor of ebony Inlaid with motbet ofpcarl Another 1ms walls of carved amber and the walls of another ore laid will Paten gold Dont drug the stomach to cure cough One Minute Cough Cure cus the mucus draws the tnfiamatio- I out of the throat lungs ond bronchiAl I tubes heal soothes and cures A quicH cure for Croup and Whooplm Cough Jackson Drug Co- f Fishermen In our small possession Guam take with them on their Wai tonlan expedition an Intoxicant will which to catch their fish This Is tht fruit of tho IJarrlngtoula spcclosa used by the natives to stupefy the fish apcdpnS supposed to be extinct has been faun to bo common In eomo ports of Brazil and the specimen preserved In tile Mu scum of Berlin supposed to bo the only one extant has depreciated II value The New South Wales house of assembly passed by 53 votes to 10 the second reading of the liquor act amend ment bill which provides for tip total suppression of liquor licenses In a tract without compensation on n tw thirds majority Hough akinld crackzdhands are not only cured by DeWitts Witch IJpzel Salve but an occasional appKca tlon will keep the skin tOrt find smooth nest for eczema Cuts Burns null pate The genuine DeWitti Witch Jlaw Salve affords Immediate relief in all forma of Blind Bleeding Itching and Protruding Piles Sold by Jackson Drug Cu- Tinreo young men In SulzUurg Au + trio out of employment pooled what money they had bought n revolver had a dlnucr fit a restaurant drank to ono anothers futnrp Ad then went to n cemetery and committed eulpldc ono after tho other with tho revolver Chicken raisers about Cleveland 0 nro excited over the discovery of n new kind of hens egg In cro ore fivo yolks Jfjvo yof fno egg would make It poislble i s the egg turned out to be foj 1Ryr flvo chicks to be hatched from every egg set i mission r Early Mttrt ii In clear tle swap and give Nature full sway These famous little pills ri the stomach and bowels of all putri matter tubs removing = the causes of headache constipation sallow com plexion etc UeWiltes Little Enrl y Risers never grlpo or sicken A sate pleasant perfect pill Sold by Jncksnn Urucr Co The Lltcbflcld Historical society U In receipt of tLckcy to the first safe that was ever broughtto tho town of Lltch field Conn Tim safe was rendered useless by fire but tho key is as good as new It Is three and threequarters Inches long and weighs ononanrtcr of a pound Now South Wales Is anxious to hat moro Immigrants front England Rn the premier has set nsldo fifty Improv ed farms of from 200 to 300 acre- which will bo allotted to tho first Brit- Ish applicants and can be paid for at the rato of from GO cents to 75 cents year per ncro Croup ought Colds Whooping Coughs otohae no terrors for chll dren or adults who evacuate their bow eta with Kennedys Laxative Money and Tarthe Original Laxative Cough Syrup and liquid Cold Cure This rear edy expels all cold from tin system and strengthens the throat lungs ai d bronchial tube Sold by Jncktun Drug Co A showy project on foot In London IK n great permanent exhibition to be known as Paris In London with an exposition hall for French Industries a theater where good plays arc to bo given In Fencb an arcade of shops and a paved courtyard with flower beds and fountains Nothing will cure indigestion that doesnt digest the food Itself and give the stomach rest You cant expect lint a weak stomach will regain its strength and get well when It id corn pelled to do the full work that a sound stomach should do You wouldnt exI peel a sick horse to get well it hen It is compelled to do a full days work every Jay of the week Kodul Dyspepsia Pure is a perfect dlgeiiant and digests food regardless of the Condition of our stomach Believes Indigestion Belching Sour Stomach and all atom tch dliordeni Soldjjy Jackson Drug 00 f E L t TO DELICA1E WOMEN You will never get well and strong bright hap and free from pain until you build up yourt constitution with a nerve refreshing bloodmaking tonic like dt neofrdlllIt Makes Pale Cheeks Pink I It Is a pure harmless medicinal tonic made from vegetable Ingredients which relieve female pain and distress such as headache backache bowel ache dizziness chills scanty or profuse menstru allow dragging down pains etc x t It Is a building strengthmaking medicine for women the only medicine that Is certain to do you good Try It Sold by every druggest In 100 bottles i T WHITE US A LETTER freely and frankly In strictest eonfiJ tnce telling us aU your symptoms and trokbUs We will send free advice uv plain sealed envelope how to cure them Address Ladles Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenn if Grlii Quickly Knocked Out Some weeks ago during the severe winter weather bUh my wife and my self contracted severe colds whicl kindrof la grippe with all Its miserable symptoms says Mr J S Edeston of Maple fcondiiiE Iowa Knees and Joints aching mufclessnro head stops pad up pyes and nose running with nlternato spells of chills nrd fever Wen began using Oh mberlalii Cough Remedy atdlne tin same with a dose of Chrmberlaliia Stomach and Liver socnqcompletely kiucked out the grlji1 There tablets promote n healthy action of the bowels liver and kidneys which 18 ahvayg btnieflcinl when the system iaconetpd l v a cold or attack ol the grip For rule bv Jackson Drug Co There is a regular buslnws Iu Italy of making little wire cages for grass hoppers TIC Insect is regarded a4 llKKy mid If onp pan bo kept alive li the sago tor n month It Is believed tho year will be prosperous The supers tlon arose trout this Incident A card nal of the Medici family Invited a blsh op to dine with him In his garden The cardinal handed the bishop a glass of wIne A grasshopper fell from a tree Into tile Will aid the bishop did not afterwardoDying of Famine is in its torments like dying of con sumption The progress of ciinsump I lion from the beginning to the very end Is a long torture both to victim and friends I Whun I had conmmp I thin in the first stage writes AVm flyers of Ouarfo h1after trying different medicines and a good doctor in vain I at last to k Dr Kin is New Discovery which quickly and per fectly cured me Primpt relief nnd sure cure for coughs ealda sure throat bronchitis etc Pnsitlvely prevent pneumonia Gtiaranletd at Jackson Drug Co Price 60a and UOOa bottle Trial bottle free The trench government some time ago expressed a wish that the bone of Trench eoldloM who died while prls soars In tine Francormsslnu war ebould be returned to France Km pcror AVJIllam has now ordered that this bo done anti that jnllltnry honors shall bo rendered hi every Instance The mackerel fishery has been prac tically cxtiuct In Newfoundlmid wa owdthe American seaboard So enormous was plc wtent of the fishery In former times that over 1000 vessels of differ ent natloualltlca carried on the pursuit there Doctors Could Not Help Her I had kidney trouble for years writes Mrs Raymond Connor of Shl- 1In Vuhnlll Iho doctors coulil not help inn I tried Foley Kidiey Cure and the very first dose gave inn relief and I air now cured I cannot say too much for Folevs Kidney Cure Itmnlcos the diseased kidneys pold t Jackssun r nlvhp Dell Sbiipnl Trousers rgrf I Do you know what question I have to answer dftenost for the recruits said Lieutenant It W Vincent of tho United States naval recruiting station It Is why do tho sailors have hell shaped trousers legs whllo tho marines do pot What is tho flare at tho bot tom of tlio trousers for Tho nnsver to tho riucstlon Is so the sailor cnn easily roll tip his trod icons legs when scrubbing tlio decks A large port of tho sailors work Is scrubbing decks The marine doesnt have to perform any such duties on fiJiJpboanl Kansas City Times Tho First lloqulKlte of Beauty The first requisite of beauty is a clear complexion Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup clears a sallow blotched corn plezlon as Its stimulate the liver and bowels and the eyes become bright and clear You owe It to your friends to take it If your complexion Is bad Orinp Juxnllvr Fult Syrup dues not nauseate or grine and is very pleasant to take Refuse substitutes Jackson Prug Ob A JapiJiicso widow wishing to marry again signifies her desire by twisting her hair around a long shell hairpin placed across tho back of tho head The woman who desires to remain faithful to tho memory of her lost spouse = cuts her hair short and combs J ack lJulte Plnln7 fl- S fii YOU ARE FRIENDS of mine writes Mrs F L Jones of GMlstln Tenn It For since taking Cardul I have Kilned JS II sandam la better health myhuslweight In golf tOiJl suffering ladies STOMAOHI Is ft common and distress In complaintIt way of protesting against im proper food hastily de voured or too hearty meolsrand It the wnrn mg Is unheeded serious resultj will follow w When your stomach rebels nt this abuse It becomes Inactive your food ferments gases form and there Is trouble ahead The quickest safest and surest way to conquer this condition and prevent its return is to immediately commence the use of Dr GaldwellsLaxatlut Syrup Pepsin patthingsIt is just what your stomach needs One trial of this worrftrful preparation will convlncoyou that ourclaiminrofautii experienceProbtained in both dollar and half doltar sizes from nil druggists Your money be refunded it it does not benefit you Year postal card tMunt will brtnir by afore CALVWRLLiIl00Kthose tfho neMr utal this woodaifi fimvlf Senator It tDlUY PEPSIN SYRUP CO Monllcello tlllnolt Sold by JACKSON DRUO CO- n Morale Vice bo Navajo Is an Inveterate gambler Not only aro there the professional who lire entirely by the practice but oven the small boys nro gamcuterH and adapt the pictorial Sunday school earl to Riming piin oiM Their lilnnkotn Ulustrnto ganibllug and even Ihoir ac count of the creation roust have woven Into it the story of n game Thus n Forion and apparently native vice of fonukUblp projiortleiw at onco con fronts the teacher mnl tho missionary This question of the hoot way to over foiiui It Is still nn open ono The pro hibition of ltd iiriurtvo does not go to time root of ufo matter and all our logic falls to couvliut tho Indira that ho has riot ttS grunt a right to ploy for stakes as be pus to breathe Southern AVorkman One bottle at Smlilie JtldnAy and Nerve Tonlo cured Marlon Hall of a weak book It was to had that he couldnt pet up when he sat down without being In contlnous rack of misery for at least one hour Sold bj S II Stidhnm iV Son Jackson Ky Price 1 CO per bottle Guanajuato the ruIned city In Mexi co which was destroyed by n cloud burst furnUhoH one of the ghastliest curlouitlo of the world In ono of the vaults of tho Pantheon are preserved 11Ut1J11Wlnlulcs which wore from tho BOH They afford n curious cvl thence of tho natural embalming prop erties of time eart- hNoScurot About It It is no secret that for Cuts Burns Ulcers Fever Sores Sure Eyes hulls etc nothing Is so eli etice as Duck lens Arnica Salve It didnt take long to cure a bail sore I hnd and it U nil 0 K fursora eyes writes U L Gregory of Hope Texas iSo at Jack son Drue Co roItty ml 1wm3Ctekcc Kidneys and Bladder ntflM GEORGETOWN LEXINGTON fRACTION CO evPrYhourp m Leave Para every hour from 7 a m to 8 p in and at 10 p in Single fare 40 cents Leave Lexington fur Georgetown ev exceptIhryGeorgetown every hour from 0 a m to 10 p m except 10 a m 12 m and 7 and Y ALgXANDERPreatdent RAILROAD TIME TABLES 1eI Lexington Eastern Ry WIX1Bn J lnOr14 UIB EMSOTiVJS OCTQBitlt 2I lOO WEST a UNn t No lItt+ U1rya hilly yy Ra d- 5ndoy Ilk SurI- Lv n Jokew aG 2a0tlkntnwrOukdhlpbAl oJ 2 O nofnlltJnSt Helens Tftr t43s8 U20TorrcltNatural Bridge 801 tOI 4S0U1ay loiWilleheaJteriU Ar Lexington loio bo1 liST B01 O Nil a NO4 ti 9uodyPAS 745Winchester 837CUyOityStanton 61TorrentlleotlyvlllaJun 811 1029 St Helens 5 21 IQJO- Tnllegn 613 v HlnL CDPKlkntnwn 001 H 22 0 A K Juno COO 1126 ArJaokunn 610 1180 AItllt Sutillayfralrn j Ullwny and conned nt 0 A K Juno lion fur locrtl mtloni on the 0 A K hallway JunctlOII J It 1IA11U Geti Mgr OH AS SCOTT O IA Very Low Rates to West and I Southwest via Southern Railway andbirdi Two trains dally louvem ioxbi ton ollrFnllIhCLINIXOOnly one chlln p of earn between MuhKton and the Wlt via SOPTIICRX RAILWAY Unto for Information T W Crews luxlngt= RemedyCure =For a dear complexion ta- keGRIND Laxative Fruit Syrup Pleasant to tako Orlno cleanses the sys tem and makes sallow blotched complexions smooth and clear Cures chronic constipation by gently stimulating the stomachjliver and bowels Refuse ubatltutea Price COo JAGKSOX DRUO GO1 fOlmil NiYAro Cures Colilai Prevanta noumoalI O K Railway Effective May 21nd 1PC5 Eo5t Uouiul west BoundIo CL f KSJSiNAM wr nt iv r f AR rw AR 7tlO l5 Cannel oily 1240 620 783 1 rl JleleclmWH 1280 166 745 18 LfeClly ll2l 44C- S2l 149 llomptuti llf02 406- 8tf7 110 Vllliirtt 11 M n 5p 660 200 Frozen 1142 aM fl25 230OAK June 112U 810 030 a36 Jucksun 1116 3tO- AH AR IM Alt AM IV ru IV Niis land 22 will make close con nictlun at 0 A K Junction with Not fi3 and c fur paints on the Lexington A Eastern Ilullway M L CONLEV Supt Louisville Atlantic RYr cidiil li envc peo 1 IPC6 WEST HOUND A at 11Lv Jackson 62l 25 Iv IHutijvlle Junction 10 30 3 30 Ar JUtiitjvlllc- Iv A tll Denttj villa 10 CO 4 JO jft PM Lv Irvine la 25 010t Ar lUchmond 130 710 f 4 triRlclimond i M o o MIIIlY Vfew 2 QJ OZS Nfcliolasvlllo 2 270MVerallUte 8 25 7 55 Louisville 0 15 10 45 EAST BOUND AiH rN Lv Louisville 0 10 8 80- Arersailles is0 10 010 II Kicliulitivlllo 10 20 7 11 Valley View 10 47 7 3JS- II Itloliinond 11 ID S f5 PM AM- Lv lUclimond 11 26 0 80 Ar Irriiio Ue4t11IIII 801ILv Ufittyvlllu Ar llenltyvllle Junction Jitckion 0 1C 11 80 U It Smith G F A I A Versailles Ky lit A Voolunii 8 A Rlchmund I 38 Dollars T- OCalifo S nia and tboNorthwwt from Louisville ROUTE low rntos to WIIBllingtouOrttgonl Utah Mon alma an points Also enefeinl lioinosimkora rntoa to tho Poet and Sotithwoat on certain dates If you oontuinplnto n trip ask us for watts If you would travel in comfort see that your ticket rends over llio Jluiulcrson Uouto between Louisville nnd St Louie Frfo rLClhlingCllRh cars ou nil of our Louis trains Direct cornuclions hi St Louis union station with nil lines to tin West and Southwest J II GALLAGHER Oentrnl Passenger Agent LOU13VIL1BKY 4 D L Hero Wei Arc The Celebrated HANAN SHOEThe Heat on Earth 1R ICE SOO PRIDE I For Stile Bj i DAY BROS OO1 JaokSoQ eQtuoJy I II 0 u I 0 vi- aHENDERSON YCure DYSPEPSIA CURE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATThe S I00 bottl ClInWn 0 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