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BREATHITT COUNTY NEWS I J WISH UAOIKS Editor and Publisher A INEWSFAPKII DKVOTKD 10 TI11 JNTKREBTS OF EASTERN KKNTUOKV I ONE DOI AR PKR YEAR IN ADVANCE J I VolumV Jackson Kentucky Friday January 5r190Gy Number 11 7 e I iaTRADE Al TilE i Star Store 1 BIG BARGAIN CENTER F- ORCLOTHING Shoos JPatsj and a rna jCino of LADIES DRESS GOODS Skirts Jackets Silk and Woolen Waists and Ladies Trimmed Hats A Handsome Line of Ladies Furs Grunts Carpoit 9tfaUtnjr and Silk fftry jCina of 9otonf and a Sood jftsortment of LADIES AND GENTS UNDERWEAR Tho Latest fltylea in Hens Shirts Mous nUll Boys Ovorconts at Reduced Priccs An Elegant Lino of Childrens Cloaks which wo nro nlinoat giving away Pltiiso coino nnd examine our stock and prices Vo Imvo everything usually kept in n Firatclnss De artmont Store Wo can save you money Goods ahown with pleasure Highest flarkct Price pnld for Produce and Furs FIRESTEIN EUSTER MIOPKIETOBS STAR STORK College Avcnuc J JACKSON KY FLOVO IY Pronldenl J SAMUKI II1CAU Jn filler i F V CIUUFOUD VieD Preildent ROHT VAN A H81A 11 tUaih rtateaJy JACKSON DEB0SIT BANK l Jackson Kentucky i and Surplus 271000u m i Paid up Capital w I r 1Vo solicit tlilliukioltllll lodnceulln t of m Lumber Manufacturers Timber DenIersm i Business Men- Merchants I m to Farmers Throughout Eastern Kentucky and offer our Customers I UIBERAL tho I11TERM Within tho limits of legitimnto business rn = COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY nil I v 25d25h25252SP55r352525r55ZiZS 52552525 5V IOI1nKIDmCORJl Malts Kldngyi sD4 UPTONOWPrinting i TilE NBVTS has added new faces of typo to its job de partment and is prepared to do pr nting of cvcrv description tho way it should bo done such ns- LKTTKU hEADS- ENVELOPES BILL HEADS M STAgIBNTSI GAUDS LABELS- CIItCULAItS INVITATIONS PROGRAMS ETC A neat job and n fair prico always guaranteed Try us if you want to bo pleased I Workbox WI Qrr promised 1 J- rRemudyCure + H F t ICINciNNATI MARKETS 8 Cattle butcher steers H 00 to 4 50 common to fnir 42 85 to 3 OOj heifers good to choice 3 40 to 4 10 common to I fair 2 00 to A 25 cows common to fair 1 25 to 2 75 oxen 1 25 to 13 65Calves Common nUll largo 4 50 I to 8 50 good tolight 8 25 to 8 75 Hogs market weaker I Good to c oico packers 5 GO common to choice heavy fat sows shippersI I Sheep good to choice 4 50 to 4 nOj conmion to fair 3 00 to 4 40 Lambs common to fair 5 00 to 7 40 W H Henderson Ayres Street Ql n Ton Ofllae LEXINGTON KY DEALER IV Grain Seeds Feed- I Wheat Rye Barley Oats end Corn KentuokyIIHay j RemedyCure I t R TO ADVERTISERS Wo will luvcept advertisements on a guaranty that our paper has wore than twice the circulation in Brcutliitt County of any paper publish Our paper goes to ov wy post oilico in Porry County and almost every one In Loo Mn gofiln Owaloy Wolfe ttnl Knott CountiesIf want to roach the moun tain trade try an hd in thoUuEATii ITT COUNTY NEWS Elkatavn School Entertainment The school nt Elkntmvn c Closed last Fridaywith a grandcuter tn and Christmas tree which was n delight to those who attended The tree was served at the Kesslni Chapel north of the depot andwas considered sue cess in every particular South Strongs school and Roy MortonV SundRY school attended in joint session and wore never more highly entertained than when prizesluxuriesthe wise superintendingof the two The entertainment was given nt the school house nnd was attended by the largest audience that ever assembled at n similar entertain openedbylowed b the schoolsinging the beautifulsong IIMy Country Tis of Thee The exorcises lasted for three hours nnd good order prevailed Tho fruits of these en tertainments ts have proven to be tq our little children 1119 bread cast upon the waters and wo highly recommend them to the teachers orour beloved county XOTIOti To Whom It May Concern Through the kindness of THE BiiKATiinr OOUKTY NEws we in troduco ourselves to its readers in the vicinityof Lost Creek because we wish to open up a school at placeore pirBrwifSiNr graduate of Ashland College Ashland 0 05 in tho Philosophical- course R course equivalent to an classical course in any standard- college will teach Mrs Ada Drushal who was within one year of graduation in the same college will assist in teachingSecond condition All that wo demand for our services this year are 1 That fuel be provided fo heating the room 2 That the school house b repairedso that itclln bo com fortably heated and other neces nary improvements bo made about the building 8 That some one build fires an sweptThis school and only those who are now in or above the fourth reader grade oat r least twelve years oldwill bo admitted All ordinary bronchus will bo taught and if enough for a class for advanced work we w ill bo shad to tench it will bo hold four days every week Tuesday Wednesday beginningTuoadny The January Delineator Tho Delineatorbelius the New Year an cover nnd a display of all that is now in the world to say nothingof tho ninny features of literary ol hence Of particular interest is an article by Postmiastor General Cortolyon describing womans place and share of in tho postal service The article in the Safe Food series is devoted to n discussion of the real value of glu cnso as n food product Cecilia Loftus gives her impression of Ophelia a character which she has noted withsuccess and N 1 hid3 on Mooro writes of Old Fashioned Beds1I1ho President of Quo Helen M Winslows club story is continued a serious note being introduced in tho dis cession of child laborIIAt Spinster Farm is concluded as well as John Luther Longs clover story of thostngo Castles in Spain Tho education of tho child is the subject of n thoughtful paper by Dr Grnco P Murray and the pastimes for littlo folks include tho first ofa series of fairy tales by Alice Brown Tho various de partments are filled with mutter of interest and value to the woman of the home r CORRESPONDENCE KOUSSKAU Joseph Walters is moving his mill this week Dial Williams nnd Jacob Calhoun Ire visiting friends in Knott county t Wiley Gillum and wife of Jack son wore here last week looking for a farm they wish to buy Alson Spencer while off bearing lumber from n saw got the endof his middle linger cut off Land buyers will be hero in n few days to receive deeds and pay up No one is afraid to buy or sell now for the Lordsaid some thing about n new heaven aneln new earth wherein dwellth richt eousness and tho people of Rousseau believe that Hreathitt county for the next four years will be compared to that event ATHOI rMiss Florence Strong visited her homo last week 01 Bedford Bowman went to Bent tyvillo Monday on business Miss Calla Bowman closeda very successful school last Wednesday Edward Cardwellof Jackson has been visiting the family of Mat Bowman forthe past few days Mrs Rachel Crawford has been very sick for a fete days but we are glad to say that she is some better The 1 0 O Fwill haven pub lie installation of tho newly elected officers tho scccnll Saturday in January All aro invited Miss Gertrude Crawford who has been attending Caldwell Col lege at Danville returned homo list week to 1 i the holidays with her parents s f 4Miss Icava 1j1ertuanHer brother Joseph will go to Hazel Green to attend Hazel Green AcademyChristmas and New Year passed off very quietly at this place with tho exception of some shooting at the Christmas tree on Ivy Patch There were a few entertainments nnd social gatheringsj which were enjoyed very much It is n good thing to observe Christmas day thanrthatIis keeping If we keep Christmas as wo shouldwe must forget what we have done for others and remember what other people have done for us We must stoop down and consider the needs and desires of tho little children to remember tho wenk ness and loneliness of people who are growing old to trim our lamps so they will give more light and less smoke to make n grave for our ugly thoughts anda garden for our kind feelings with the gate open Believe that tho blessed life which began in Bethlehem more than nineteen hundred years ago is the imago and brightness of eternal love then you can keep Christmas EVEItSOLU Few Clothes will visit friends and relatives in Wolfe county in the near future One of Ed Gabbards children died last week They have our deepest sympathy William and Lee Gibson left here last week to attend a medical college at Louisville Ad Baker son of Red Bob Baker was shot and killed Xmas day by his brother William Misses Rosa Cnwood anti Mattie Reynolds and Kay Davidson will attend the Bcrcn school this winter Old Aunt Polly Gabbard of Athol diedat her home last Wednesday nnd was buried Saturday Miss Bertha Couch the littlo daughter of William Couch attended the dance at rfandall Amburgys last Friday i t Miss Lou IE Rose was quietly married at tip homo of her broth er J 0 tft so Sunday before I fk I OfCowYour correspondent Closed liij RandallAmburgy a dinner and n good one too also a danco at night During the course ofa Christmas dinner at tho home of Matt Barrett on Lynems Creole near Beattyvillc a light took place which resulted in the death of Tames Roberts the soninlaw of Barrett and the probable fatal wounding of Barrett himself Bar rett had invited u number of relit tires tp his home on Christmas day and it is reported that a heated conversation arose at the table when Roberts accused Bar rett of bad treatment while he was visiting Barretts daughter prior to their marriage The conversa tion reached a bitter stage when it is said Roberts arose from the table drew a knife and stabbed Barrett three times Jesse Bar ret a son of tho wounded man came into tho room after tho al tercation and it is reported he secured a shotgun whichothers present sought to prevent him from using In the scufllo that ensued the gun was discharged but no one was hurt Jesse Bar rett then secured another gun and while ho held tho others at bay shot and instantly killed Roberts COPE JJltAXClI The infant child of George Spencer of Oakdalc died Christ mas day t Mrs Pop Gnbbard died at her home near Mill Branch on last Thursday aged 70 years Miss May Day was the guest of Misses Emma and Maggie Craw ford at Jackson during Xmas R S Bryant and Am burgy of near Oakdalewere Htle fair scx at MhldlCrecl- IOsv un Cl I CICKEIv Born to Zephie Land rum and wife on December 28th a boy Rev n B Lnn rum nnd wife spent Xmas with their daughter nt Jackson Mrs W C Strong and Mrs G W Smith enjoyed n sumptuous dinner given by Rev G E Dru shal and wife at their homo on New Years day I tofQuicksnnd Sunday and attended Sunday school andchurch We have n largo at tendance of children each Sunday andwould be glad for more old people to come andstutly the wordThere was a Xmas entertain ment nt the Lost Creek school house and the Sunday school here and nt Big Branch were pleasantly surprised by n treat from tho superintendent There were a large number of children pres ent at both schools nnd nil went away with lots of candy antia light heart SPstCViM Miss Scrildn Ilolldinys school closed ri rlThe littlo daughter of Mr nnd Mrs D L Roberts has been very sick for tho past few days Miss Laura Roberts and Mrs Lizzie Francis were visitors at D L Roberts last Saturday Miss Cora Moore had n Christ inns tree at her school house nt the mouthof Btickhorn and Santa brought many good things to the little ones- Deputy U S Marshal William Mays was hero last week lIe recently arrested Van Leo Wilson for tho illegal sale of liquor in Perry county and James Strick landof Leo City for defrauding tho U S pension laws Tho latter was taken to Covington for trial The U S Geological Survey will make a complete survey of tho coal fields of Breathitt and ad joining counties early in tho spring This will mean tho initial step in tho development this sectiop I t Our combination offers arc for the benefit of our oldas wellas new subscribers Wm Risncr commonly known ns Stinger died nt his home near Hendricks Mngoflin county lust week Ho was Ji years of age and probably the oldest man in the county When 25 years old ho broke the record as being the swiftest barefoot runner of his day by catching n red fox on n run Campton was visited by n fire early last Saturday morning The building recently erected by the Masonic lodge and the office of the Campton Courier was de stroyed ns were several other business and dwelling houses The fire was caused by the explosion of natural gas Loss 25000 Mrs Henry Watson wife of Henry Watson manager of tho Jackson telephone exchange de dined to dance with John Flab arty at n Catholic dance at Mt Sterling whereupon Flaherty drew a revolver and fired the bullet passing through her lungs Flaherty was hurried to tho jail at Lexington to prevent a mob from lynching him Bob Taylors Magazine opens brighthappythe work its genial Editorin Chief Although engaged in a stirring campaign for the United Gov Taylor finds time amid his multitudinous duties quotlofThe Fiddle and Bow probably tho most popular of the Governors lectures is being reprinted in monthly installments For Sale at n Bargain A scholarship in tho Interna tional Correspondence Schools at Scranton Pa the same schools that Mr Hoffman represents scliolarshininTho College at Louisville Call on or address TUB BRKATHTTT COUNTY NEWS Jackson Ivy Special HomoMcHccrs flutes via Southern hallway January 2nd and 10th nnd February 6th nnd 20th tho Southern Railway will sell llomescckers Tickets to the West and Southwest at low rates Tho Southern Railway is the only lino operating through service from Lexington to St Louis If you contemplate a trip to any point West or Southwest bo sure to call on or address us before making your arrangements All communications receive prompt attention II C King C T A J F Logan T P A 111 East Main St Lexington Ky Fine Trains to Florida V in Southern Railway and Queen Crescent Route Florida Limited leaving Louisville 8 a m dully connects at Dan vllle Ky with solid train of Pullman I Sleepers and vestibuled coaches via Ulintanoogn and Atlanta Arriving Jack sonville at 850 a m Rail St Augustine 10 o m next day without change Dining cur serves ell meals enroute jli rda leaving LouUvllle 7 Mo p in curries observation sleeper dally except Sunday Luulsville to St Augustine without change via Gltatanonpn and Atlanta arriving Jacksonville 850 p m and St Augut tine at lOP m next day Fruit Danville this la Solid tram of Drawing loom Sleepers pimpusit car Observation car etc Dluing cur serves all meals enrouto Via the Land of th- eskiPullman Sleeper leaves Louisville 745 pm dully running through to Knoxville where connection made atO35n m with through sleeper to Jacksonville via Asheville Columbia and Savannah arriving Jacksonville 0 nlI1iIng until May 31st are nuts oil sale at Low sates Variable Tours Ruing via Asheville and Land of the Sky and Sapphire Country and returning via Atlanta and Ohatanoogn or vice versa For WinterIllomesbooklets folders rates etc address any agent of the Southern Ry or 0 U Hungerford D P A Lautsvllle Ky Q B Allen A 0 P A St Louis JIo W C Rlnennon GP A Q IO Route Cincinnati YLEllOETARfor I t ONLY A COWBOY Nina Lelghton had gone to teach Brltool In the west Wnnl Cameron Harvard graduate bad seen her 81111Ithind formed the crazy Idea of pausing himself off as an uncouth cowboy and golug toschool to her lIe assumed the role wll great sue cess and though he seemed talc great est possible Idiot In matters of book learning yet iu the months that tot lowed Nina found that her heart was no longer her own Here Is a letter which Cameron wrote to hlls old chum Ross ItaymondrI have Just passed through an ex perience tbat I would not have repeat ed for tho half of my fortune on ex perlence which nearly coat my darling Nlua dont laugh old fellow for It clime to that long ngo her life Early this morning I mounted Victor and started for a hunt Intending to be out all day Soon after noon I became aware that a storm was brewing and Immediately turned my steeds head homewardI proceeded only u short distance when I was compelled to seek shelter beneath the thick foliage of a gigantic oak There I sat for three loug hours watching with Interest the pouring rain At loot the clouds broke away and I found as I rede along through the forest directing my course toward the high road that the freshet had forced the creek which In dry weather Is a mere rivulet far beyond Its banks Suddenly there came louder than tho torrents roar tho sound of crash lag timbers mingled with o cry of dU tress Urging Victor on I soon wit nessed n scene that seemed to freeze tho very blood In my veins The rushing waters bad forced the bridge that spanned tho creek from Its hold and borne It away upon tho rapid current and Ross Imagine If you can my feelingsbut no that would be Impossiblewhen I saw Nina Leighton standing upon Itl + Fortunately my weekly explorations of that locality In search of game had acquainted me with my surroundings which together with the discovery that the railing on one side of tho bridge had been broken off leaving a single pat standing enabled me to quickly determine upon a courso of action As the bridge passed mo I shouted oo Courage Nlnal Cling to the railing that remains and I will save you at the bendThen began the race for life With the speed of a deer my noble Victor bounded along tho bank leaping over fallen trees nnd ditches With Joy I found upon nearing the bend that my sldo of the creek was almost clear of trees also that the currents strength wns spent against the opposite bank iVictor had won the race Soon how ever tho brldgo with the slender form of poor Nina standing like a statue up on It her taco the bUD of death her eyes riveted upon me swept by I will catch the post with my lasso and gallop along with you to the bead and be ready to draw tho bridge ashore Brace yourself firmly I called With n whizzing sound my lariat cut the air and settled around tho post As wo approached tho bend I spurred Vie tor forward then wheeling him nod denly to the right of a largo tree brougbt him back on his haunches The noblo fellow grandly sustained tho trial of his strength as stronger and stronger came the strain on the lariat until tha headlong course of the frail raft waa entirely checked After grounding It and securing the lasso I soon had the unconscious form of Nina Lolcntoa safe In my armsIThe rays of tho setting sun fell upon Nina seated near the parlor window And who was tho elegant and well dressed stranger she saw coming up tho path There was something strangely familiar to her In bin appear ance yetIt could not bel Ah but It wasl For In a moment her hands were clasped In those of the visitor and she was gazing Into the roguish face of Ward Cameron And how Is my little teacher after her unpleasant adventure he mis chievously asked smiling down upon herUnable to bear the quizzical expression of those dark eyes and the rush of memories Wards questions brodght liar she covered her face with her hands as she faltered Then you are not an Ignorant cow boy after all Well no not exactly Mace I am a graduate of old Harvard replied Ward coolly Miss LeightonNina ho earnestly continued as he knelt at her side and drew the bands from her blushing face I plead your pardon for my wicked deception Hearing much praise of the little teacher from my Aunt Helen I masqueraded 03 I lid through pure love of fun For shame sir pouted Nina with burning checks Think of my patient endeavors to educate a Harvard graduate Sweetheart I have learned a lesson so dangerously fascinating that I can not unlearn It And now dropping the imprisoned hands and drawing tho girl 1 Ish form toward him since you have taught the Ignorant cowboy to love you will you not be his wife I You saved my life today Ward IB Is yours she whispered as she tremu lously turned to meet her lovers kiss New York Journal Frauk Avowel Old Uncle Steve a typical antebellum darky loved to sit around the stores and do light errands i dqqUncleever did what would rather doT 1 Uncle Steve deliberated a moment and said Wall Mr John I bllw of Mtowine 1- 0 4 I r O I i ttj r = 4 7 The Breathitt News SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE J WISE HAGINS EDITOR I NNNNNNN l- t O W FLEEXOK A II PATroN s I PATTON IFLEEXOlt I J JACKSON KENTUCKY JwN NN NN J WISE HAGINS- ATTORNEYArLAW Office over PostOffice JACKSON KENTUCKY cAll business Intrusted to him will lecelve prompt and careful at tentlon XtlHiinnnnTTniiTftuinnnnnnnniilllllii 3L C ROARK 1- i LAWYER = = 5JAOKSON KENTUCKY 5 Wilt practice In Breathitt and 3 Magoffln Counties E In g DR O H SWANQO PNYSIQIPN Jib SURGEONO- FFICE OURSS A M TO 4 P n IN HARGIS IlTJILlSlNO JACKSON KENTUCKY rn S5FRIDAY JAN 5 TIlE NEWS groets its readers to day for the first time in the year 1900and wishes them all a happy new year o The first dayof the new year + was like spring in the winter I it hadnt been youd have felt springin anyhowtwo miles from the Christmas billcollectors The Supreme Court of the United States Wednesday affirmed the decision of the Court of Appeals in the case of James 13 KentuckyIIoward the circuit court of Franklin county Kyon the charge of mur- derIng William Goebel on Jan nary 80 1900 and convicted each H imIJudge Thomas IL Paynter was nominated for United States Sena tor by the joint caucus last Tuesdaynight on the first Senator J C S Blackburn and W 13 Haldemen were ast34 Haldeman 10 Smith 2 Necessary to a choice 53 This is equivalent to an election and Judge Paynter will be elected i Henator next Tuesday The day long looked for by the people of Brcatkitt county came InsttMoriday The day was usher ed in by the ringing of all the church bells in town which con tinued to give forth their joyful penis till after 100 a m It was tho day on which tho county gov ernment was to be handed back tot tho people to whom it belonged The sun rose in all its splendor in a clear sky and tho day was a per fact one symbolizing what the present administration is to be Crowds from all parts of the county began to arrive early to see the men they had recently elected inducted into office and to rejoice with each other over the fact that Breathitt county had been redeemed It was a great day for Breathitt county Wo hope all the good people will join in and help their officers give the county the best administration it ever had and that tho fondest hopes of the most sanguine maybe fully realized Marriage Licenses The following marriage licenses have been issued during the post week Wm Gillum and Miss Gracia Mann both of Jackson Jesse Turner and Miss Lillie Burton bathof Crockoltsvillc Fred Sally of Hazel Green and Miss Mollie Pennington of Bays Wm Noble of Ned and Miss Ada Noble of Lost Creek James Back of Rob bins and Miss Betty Williams of Jackson Jerry Aikmaa of Bush Branch and Miss Peggy Stid tram of Which Ambrose Fugato and Miss Nancy Combs both of Clay Hole Goodloe Hudson of Noble and Miss Lula Harvey of Jackson Vfm McDaniel and Mrs Lizzie Burffjt both of Rousioau t James Back of Stevenson was hero Wednesday I George W Banks of Taulbee I was here on business Thursday J Dr 0 II Swango and wife have moved into the J W Clark house Z T King of Robbins was here Wednesday Ho is engaged in a stave job for Garrett Co at this place Miss Lena Ilylnnd returned to Jackson Tuesday from Jonesboro Tenn where she spent the holidays visiting her home Miss Alice Jctt returned to her home at Winchester Tuesday after spending several weeks visiting friends in Jackson Mrs M IJGirton returned Monday from a visit to her old home at Asheville N C and re ports a pleasant trip Grannis Back returned to Dan ville Tuesday to resume his studies in Central University after spend ing the holidays visiting his home Roscoe Eversole son of Abner Eversole formerly of this place but now of Tyrone has accepted a position as boot keeper for Ha gins Co- William L and Daniel Kash of Wolfe county passed through here Tuesday the former going to Danville to resume his studies in the law department at Central University and tho latter to Louis yule to enter his junior year in the Hospital College of Medicine John Smith and John Abner who stand indicted for complicity in thc murder of James Cockrill came in and surrendered themselves to tho jailer They were before Breck Combsas offhabeas corpus and allowed bond in the sum of 5000 eachwhich they gave At a school exhibition at the mouth of Wheelrim on the John son fork of Licking in Magoflin county Columbus Purcellwho was intoxicated shot off his pistol back of tho house several tunes John L Purcell and a brother cousins to Columbus met him and after a few remarks opened tire upon him One of tho brothers used a shotgun and the other a 45 calibre pistol and a load from each was lodged in Iris abdomen At Helechawa Wolfe county on December 23 Shoficld Montgomery was killed by Zach Napier Montgomery was in Napiers resi dence drunk and scuffling with an other Napier asked him to be quiet Montgomery refused and threw a lump of coal striking Napiers wife then Napier shot him five times After the shoot ing Napier escaped to Bretithitt county Ho was arrested at the homo of Kelly Little on the Ta forkof Frozen and placed in jail Campton Tho closing exercises of Miss Cora Moores school at Noble were attended by a large crowd who seemed to enjoy themselves very much The children acquitted themselves admirably and the people were surprised at tho progress that had been made by the pupils The childrens time for a surprise came next and a very agreeable one it was as Old Santa camo and distributedmany beautiful presents to all Tho exercises closed and every one seemed well pleased Iud spoke in tho highest terms of the teachers work Seven prisoners convicted at tho recent term of the Perry county circuit court at Hazard in charge of Sheriff S B Holli day anda number of deputies passed through Jackson since our last issue enroute to the Frankfort penitentiary viz Joe Minnard murder 5 years Jako Sloan and John Singleton destroying telephone lines 2 years eachJohn Polly forgery 2 years Stewart Hammond forgery 2 yearsGranville Combs seduction 1 yearArchibald Kates colgrand larceny 1 year Prof J L Moores school gave an entertainment and Christmas trio Dec 22nd and everybody were well pleased especially the young folks who went away laden with toya and Christmas goods Even the professor was not forgotten but was rememberedwith many presents Ho remarked that he was sixty years old and that that was tho happiest day of his life The exercises were excellent and there was a great deal of mirthas tho pieces were mostly humorous Loud peals of laugh ter were heard as tho students re cited their humorous dialogues and recitations Tljero was no complaining except tho old ladies who complained that the buttons wero all burstcd off their husbands vests and they would be required to sew them on again In fact i was a day long to bo remembered by the students The people of tho Cane Creek neighbornood wer all well pleased in tho way Professor conducted tho schooland are speaking in high terms of hand the children will long remem ber the grand old man- NOTICE All parties who are indebted to Evcrsole Son are requested t calland settle their account be fore January 15 1906 If not settled before that time they will be placed in the hands of an attorney for collection Yours re spectfully EVEUSOLK Sox loridaNew Orleans Cuba reached jn comfort via QUEEN KCRESCENI ROUTEAND SOUTHERN ffe THREE TRAINS A DAY Chicago Florida Special li Smltt Juauj Ml I90 Solid Pullman Train Ix T CINCINNATI 9J8T M LEXIHOTOir llrfO 7 M UDIn1811111 Nd 1iJ AUf1IIIIlI fill ll1llooJaAD4 Flotilla Limped Solid Train CeiTa CINCINNATI 830AM JEIINdTON loaf A lot DANVILLE U6OXM IVY r5tdwa Pullman i iorJeekakaony- WetAuauttlneaerereportkudfI New Orleans via Clit UDOCJI Atlanta and Blralogtmn Queen Crescent Special Solid train Cincinnati Lexington Dan vale to Nero Orleans via Ccaiunooc and BlnnliKbam MM thrown Pullman terrlra to Jacksonville via Aabnrllla and Bavannab and Charleston tourist tickru now on sale al reduCC4 rata lnlallIfn A oiittrrr w Co RUimoi Gaert AltotC11C1NSTJ QUARTERLY KElOKT OF TilE Jackson lojJosll lJanK- I At tide close of business on the 30th day of December 1905 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 05206 52 Overdrafts secured 1054 14 1rgDue from National Banks 7597 25 Dup from State Banks Bnkrs13469 55 Due from trust com pa- nlies 00000 21OC6 80 Mortgages 4300 00 Other stocks bonds 5847 0- 0Siecie1521 GO Currency 7074 00 8602 G6 Furniture fixtures 1792 50 General expense 1297 93 109894 70 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 08SurplusfundUndivided profits 32 73 Deposits subject to check on which interest is not id 79653 85 Duo National flanks 116032 Duo State Banks and Bankers 000000 Interest and exchange 1938 80 109894 70 SUPPLEMENTARY 1 Highest amount of iijijebtednea of any stockholder person company or firm including In the liability of the compnny or firm the liability of the individual members thereof directly or Indireatly If such indebtedness ex seeds 20 per uent of the capital stuck actually paid In old ac4Va1amount of surplus of the bunk None 2 How Indebtedness In above Item lslcured1 NoneSee Section 583 Ky Statutes 3 Highest a nouns of Indebtedness at director or olllcor If amount of inch indebtedness exceed 10 per cent of pald up oapjtuj stuck of bank NoneSee Saotlon 683 Ky Statutes 4 How Is same secured None G Does amount of indebtednea of any person company or firm Including In the liability of the oompanvor firm the liability of the Individual members thereof exceed 80 per cent of paidup surplusNo If so state amount of such jndebt edness Anne 0 Amount of last dividend 2000 Fight per cent tuntnckhnldorg One per cent to Surplus Fund en tered f250 00 711ere nil Infees Interest and taxes deducted thmfrui before declaring dividend nnd win not leas linn 10 per cent of net prills of the hank for the period covered l y the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said dividend was declared Yes 5taurteadSTATE OF KENTUCKY l e + tCounty of Breathltt J S Jr Cashier of Jncksen Deposit UnnKa hunk located and do ing business In the town of Jackson in SIIYIIIn true statement of the condition of bnsinesdthe best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said hatik line been triininotrd at the location named nnd tint elsewhere nnd llnt the above report U made in compliance with an ofllclal notice received from the Secretary of State designating the 30ih dny of limo reportoJ S IIEAD JR Oushler FLOYD DAY President F P CnAwpnnn JNO E PATRICK Directors 11VIeH ll OINi J Subscribed anti sworn to before me by J S Head Jrlhu 2d day of Jan uary 1000 S II HUUST Clerk Brf alhitt Circuit Court By I LANDRUM D O I master offimissioQers Sale BUKATHITT ClUCUIT CounT Abrelia Marcum Guardian- vs Plaintiff Nellie riannery c Defendant EquityI and VirIthe above styled cause lit its regular October term 1905 I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Jackson Breathitt County Kentucky on Hominy the 3id day of January 1000 regularitt County Court between the hours of 12 oclock m and 2 oclock p m tho following described real property lying and being in Breathitt County Kentucky on the waters of towards Creek and boundedand described as follows Beginning on a rook marked B S on the north bank of the Mar cum fork of Howards Creeka tributary of the north fork of the Kentucky river about 800 feet above the forks of the saidcreek on the lino of the iands of Lee Deaton thence S 3530 W 568 feet to a black oak S 4330 W ICO feet to a chestnut S W 731 feet to two small sourwoods on a point corner to the land of John Davidson thence with said David sons lino S 17 Ifi W 232 feet to a black oak S Ct 15 w 176 feet to a stake n 87 30 w 2C3 feet to a stake n 56 w 186 feet to a chest nut s 74 30 w 382 feet to a sour wood n 74 15 w 22 feet to a ma ple s 72 45 w 259 feet to a sour wood n 73 30 w 206 feet to a chestnut on a knob s 55 w 39 71 feat to a small dogwoods CO 30 w 198 feet to a black tacks 11 Ifi w 190 feet to a chestnut oakand small hickory s 845 o 206 feet to two hickories corner to tho land of Jasper Arrowood thence bray tug the blind of said Davidson and with the land of Arrowood 5215 w 20Q feet to a chestnut oak s 57 tl0 w 150 foot to a cross on a rocks 59 w 208 teat to a stake s 49 15 w 141 feet to a chestnut s 62 w 216 feet to a largo black oak withold marks s 59 45 w 109 feet to a chestnut s 63 w 272 feet to a chestnut oak s 54 30 w 264 feet to a stake s 78 45 w 206 feet to a chestnut ol1kn 81 30 w 295 feet to a black ODICn 70 w 290 fet to a chestnut stump n 10 30 w 76 feet to a double chestnut oaks 68 30 w 554 feet to a stake s 71 w 322 feet to a cross on a rook near a small hickory s 86 w 230 feet to a chestnut oak corner to tho land of J JJ Newton Arrowood and with liis lino leaving the lino of Jasper Arrowood 15 w 958 feet to a stake n 42 15 w 163 feet to a stake n 51 w 166 feet to a hickory and double chestnut n 72 45 w 179 feet to a stake on a knob near a largo rock n 69 45 w 138I foot tp a stake n 8Q 40 w m feet to a stave n 55 30 w 199 feet to atstake n 59 30 w54 feet to a double hicKory n 5251 w 183 feet to UI staKe n 51 w 137 feet to a stake under Nailers rock n 41 50 w to two poplars under Nailers rocksI corner to the landof Benjamin braying locustory n 53 w 248 feet to a lead n 79 15 w 110 feet to a phOtrHlt n 6115 w 08 feet to nIpine s B5 50 w 104 feet to u stave n 84 30 w 105 feet to a small sourwood n 78 05 w 508I feet to a small hicKory s 70 80 WI 97 feet to a hicKory n 84 w feet to a staKe n 74 CO w 238I feet to a white oak corner to landof Leo Combs and with hisI line leaving the land of Ben Mc jfntosl n 24 15 0 251 feet to a hicK- ory n loba g03 fppt to n stqke n 82 15 e 101 feet to k stake j n IT 45 e 1U feet to a pine by a large roclcj n 29 e 10a feet to a large black jack J n 30 45 e 101 feet to a aaple on a large rock n 15 15 w saT et to a stake I n 18 WJ07 feet to tw pines n 28 45 e lOa feet to a stake 17 45 e 103 feet J to n stake by chat rock n 20 30 e 400 feet to netnken 0 e HI feet to n chestnut oak corner to land of Alfred Hollun and on hili line leaving thin line ot Lee Comb s 85 e 148 feet to n walnut K 8216e 120 feet to n stake n SO BO o 101 feet tel n pint n 75 e 250 feet to n stake n CO o 210 feet to n pim nnd chestnut n 33 e 202 feet to n small hickory n 0080181 root to n stake n G5 15 n 182 feet to n block jack n 51 300 133 feet to a large cliOiUniU oak n OS e 163 feet to u tnke i n 74 e 185 feet to n stake II SO u 135 fret to H take s 63 e 112 feet to n surall QhCf t nut oak s 77 e HiS pols t a black jack u 03 30 u 209 poles to n ohestntit n Ifi 16 e 04 feet to u chentiut oak n 5130 e 107 feet to n cruise on a rock n 60 30 e 00 feet to a chestnut under n large rockn 50 30 H 01 feet to a pine W 67 c 100 fe u to n stnke n 20 30 e 123 feettu a stake n 130 w 73 feet to across on a rock n 14 w 223 feet to n chestnut onk n 8 SO w 170 feet to a chestnut n 10 II 08 feet to a stake n M o 151 feet to a chestnut oak and hickory n 17 30 o 125 feet to a chestnut n 1 30 w 145 feet to a chestnut n 18 45 o 100 feet to a cross on a rock n 31 15 o 78 feet to a stake s 87 0 61 feet to ala cust s 81 15 o 75 feet ton cross on redbudblackjackhickory n 50 15 o 150 feet to cross ItImfeet to a hickory n 78 30 o 1118 feet to a chestnut oaks 87 15 o 177 feet to a small white oak n 43 15 e 176 feet to a chestnut oak corner to land of Mary Spicer awl with her line leaving lnndof Alfred Hollon n 72 o 493 feet to a large chestnut oak n 27 30 e 414 feet to a tint rock n 37 15 o 280 feet to a stake corner to land of Kentucky theirlandccr s 61 45 0 857 feet to a small pino on a knobs 15 w 539 feet to a pine s 15 0 SOl feet to a stake s 37 o 241 foot to a chestnut oak on rightIandHowards Creek n 73 30o 419 feet to a black onkn 55 30 e 147 fret to a stake n 61 45 0 5CO feet to a smallchestnut oak on knobs 5j 15 e 391 feet to a lentils chestnut n 62 e 213 feet to a stake n 41 45 o 543 feet to a rock on a high knob 9 GO 0 520 feet to a hickory s HS 30 o 142 feet to a stake n 83 e 211 feet to a chestnut oak on knob bo tween Cane Crook Doty Shoal Branch and I low nrds Creek cor ner to Doty Shoal tract n 4730 e 4FO feet to three dogwoods n 21 e 184 feet to a hickory n 44 30 o highknobchestnut oaks 6445 c 171 feet to a hickory s 31 30 e 256 feet to n stake s 57 o 27S feet to a black oakcorner to laud of Thomas loavingthopony thence B 42 15 o 148 foot to a stake s 1015o 197 feet to a stake s 40 o 135 feet to a blackjack s 40 30 o 137 feet to a dog woodsapling s 65 50 o 132 feet to a stake on tho point s 12o 212 feet to n black oak 1 s 40 45 o 100 feet to a stake on the endof a point s 13 80e 258 foot ton stake s 38 80 o 00 feet to a sycn more in tho mouth of Doty Shoal Branch on south bank of tho North Fork of the Kentucky river on tlto line of W E Gn n bills land and with his line leaving tho land of Thoma8 Chancy s 55 v234 foot to n double dogwood s 40 45v 114 feet to a stake s 84 45 w 258 feet tor stake s 49 30 w 247 feet to n stnYu on side of tho hills 7015 w 100 foot to a large chestnut oak on tho sido of the hill w OS feot to a small red oaka 70 15 w 827 feet to a stnkoj B Tl 80 w 298 fief to a red oakn 54w 252 feet to a stake n 48 80 w 321 feet to a sassafras w 170 foot to a lociut n 70 15 w 212 feet to n stnke n 74 w 122 feet to a sour- wood on point between Doty Shoal Branch and W K OnmbilPs branch i thence n 07 15 w 213 feet tun hickory and chestnut oak on ridge in tho head of Doty Shoal Branch thence s 57 45vv 280 feet to n small hickorys 45 w 820 feta to a locust B 12 45 w 8U foot to black oak by a large rook on n knob thence s D GO e KH feet to a black oak n knob s61 e3C8 feet to a red oak and tourwocd R 815 o 375 feet to n red oak i K 10 46 e 134 feet to a stake s 45 10 e 371 feet to n double maple s 11 rhlJeIcorner to the of Beaton and with his line lenvlnjj the line of W E Uiinlilll thence s 48 w 120 feet to a red oak on the side of the hill a 41 w 140 feet to awhile oak s 8030 w 233 feet to n red oak on the site of the hill thence a 35 30 w 410 feet to the begin containing 710 acres by actual survey Said property will be sold at Public Auction to the highest and best bidder and the purchaser will be required to give bond for the purchase money with approved security bearing inter est from date of sale and having the force and effect of a replevin bond and lien will be reserved In said bonds for the full payment of the purchase price and Interest Bidders must be prepared to comply promptly with these terms Cost of suit M M UotnmUstanars costs Total c W OARDWELL M 0 B 0 0 I I DAY BRpS COMPANY Wholesale and Retailu have the most complete stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE I Ever brought to Jackson QonsIsbngi of Jpg aJiI l t 4 tt N Jft S fir t12 tttiiuq- t Ii tatst fi We have the Ihi st line of shoes in Fast ern Kentucky Our mens shoes are of the latest style For the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy THE LATEST DESIGNS IN MILLINERYThis Department is under the man agement of Miss Margaret Basket who can show you The Latest Style Hats direct from New York City Also FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS In all FreshfromIf you need any Mouse Furnishings or FURNITUREWe are the people you are looking for we have it by car loads to suit 4 every body Come and see us our Dr lUlU n IUI Ulm IIU ItJI III II II IltulltlltllU1f11tut11u1IIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIii1111111111t tt11M Righta DAY BROS COMPANY Jackson Kentucky l1 The Breathitt News PtibllMliiiil Kvory Prlilny CASH SUDSCRIPTIONS SI AYEAR J WISE HAG IKS UbiToit Local and Personal it tend S D Flcenors new nd in this issue Take advantage of our subscrip tion offers today Stop with Hart Bros at Reed hotel when in Loxinton The Postofilce at Wharf in this county hns been discontinued P IJ McIntosh hns accepted position as traveling salesman for the Morrostock Tobacco Co of I Danville Vn n ReadingfromCountyClerk Jr1olicoDeputyShariflIn windowT L LMatt Howinnn of Athol was licrptMomlny to sco tho now ad ministration safely launched J M K Davis and family hnvo moved hero and have taken up their residence on Highland ave Corn or any kind of merchant able country produce will be ac cepted in payment of subscrip tions I Dr and Mrs C It Dickson ro turned Wednesday from a two weeks visit to Memphis Tonn and other points Miss Bello llccsc of Asheville ourtas Miss Sue E Reese nt tho College Dormitory Lewis ICelman and family left hero Tuesday for Tulsa I T where ho will engage in business with D Kclman his brother who pry left hero several months ago John IL Itlnnton tho newly elected county assessor has moved R to Lambric where he will engage in the logging and mercantile bus messiIsaac Terry Jr who is attend lug Horcn College came honio to 41spend tho holidays with his par ents Mr and Mrs Miles Terry of Turkey Charles Terry has moved into t his houso on River street lie will engage in business here Ho was formerly sheriff of this counts Vo welcome him to our town 11rsT B Marcum who has been living in Winchester for the post year has moved back here and is now occupying the D F Hagins residence on Arlington avenue Martin T Kelly returned Thurs day from Pittsburg Pa where ho spent tho holidays with his homo folks in an enjoyable manner lie will resume his work with tho Continental Realty Company Will S Hopper has accepteda position as book keeper in the Jacksbh Deposit Bank lIe held this position about three enrs ago when he was compelled to resign on account of ill health His many friends hero are glad to see him comwJplctelv Born to R A Walton and wife of Primrose on Doc 21thn girl J L Hngins of Doyloavillo was hero on business during the week and also visting relatives Dr A M Arnold and daugh ters Beatrice and Tholmn wero visiting the Doctors father and other relatives at Primrose lust week Charles It Thompson spoilt tho holidays with his brother John S Thompson an engineer on tho Q C Route at Somerset who was recently married to Miss Mh nio Jennings of TcnnOSBccI Tho brickwork on the S DI Fleenor building was finished last week Flue roof is also on Tho carpenters will have tho building ready for occupancy in about thrco weeks A Hagins McKinley Cockrill Mrs Clmrloa king of South Jackson dlod tat Saturday of consumption Rufus Haddon of Mt Sterling is visiting his sons Clarence ami Charles Haddcn of this place and Ollio Haddcn of Elkatawa The Jackson Business dens Club will entertain friends nt the club rooms next Thursday night January 11th at 3 oclock with a dunce In another column you will find tho quarterly statement of tho Jackson Deposit Bank This bank has been in operation for nearly live years and their business has been constantly on tho increase Each statement shows up better than tho proceeding one 1UIKCK CRAWFORD TUB NKW SHKIIIFt Rev W J Morphis formerly pastor of the Jackson Methodist church but now pastor of tho Ep worth church nt Lexington and Miss Bessie Rand Smith organist nt the High Street Methodist Church Lexington were married in that city Tuesday night L Y Rcdwinc of Jackson was one of the groomsmen Frank Hanoy was killed at tho Little Tunnel on thoO K Ry last Tuesday n week ago lie was on his way to Lexington and was riding on a railroad tricycle when ho met tho train at a curve and was unable to get out of tho way His head was split open and ho died suddenly His remains were taken to Lexington for burial Several of our Jackson boys wnterII days Miss Ida Strong has resigned her position with F B Endicott I tho piano leader and accepted the position with tho Singer Sowing Machine Co formerly lucid by her sister Mrs Belle Dvor I J B McLin has moved to the Hoighte into the houso formerlyI occupied by II 11 Gibson and Mr Gibson has moved into his handsome new house on Kentuckyi avenue I Tho Board of Supervisors con sisting of G T Strong Orville Ilntton Breck Herald Thomas Griffith and Sam Spicer are in session this week supervising the tax book of Breathitt county for tho year 1906 the Hngins L nnd u SIGN YOUR NAMB Correspondents must sign their nattier to their communications not for publication but that we inny know who to rely on for the truth of their statements hero utter nil communicntions not prop erly signet will NOT bin published NOTICE TO PATRONS As my oflicial duties will keep mo away from tho office n great BarnettI lect money give receipts or trans not any other business in THE Nuws oflice as though 1 had been present myself J WISH HAOIXS lieck Crawfords Deputies Breck Crawford Sheriff has ap pointed tho following deputies I S It Stidlmm B J Ewen and H II Filtrate of Jackson Wm Byrd of Stevenson Berry Turner Crockcttsvillo and Flint Davis of Lost Crook who wore sworn in last Monday Methodist Revival Services Revival services nro now in pro grss at the Methodist church at in a m nnd 080 p in con diuUd by Rev nnd llrs1 C Johnson evangelists front rumor Ivy assisted by Miss Tow cllwho is rendering excellent services nt tho organ Rev W W Green tho pastor extends n hourly welcome to every ono to attend these meetings Como and you will enjoy the meetings Noble Brothers Surrender Jacob Jero and Green Noble I who were charged with the murder of Grant Ilollidny cams in I early Monday morning and sur I redderod to tho jailer They were j brought before Judge Taulbco I Monday evening and their trialset for Wednesday They wore again brought out for truth but thoir cases wero continued by the Com monwealth till Friday morning on account of tho absence of somo important witnesses Tho new Sheriffs had executed the sub poenas on every witness who lived in tho county Tho trial wns bo gun Friday morning but willnot be concluded before tomorrow as thoro arc many witnesses nnd both sides are trying to bring out nil tho evidence relative to the case I c r I wish to thank my many friends and custo mers for the trade I have enjoyed during the past j year which has been beyond my expectations and e I wish to say that my store will carry a larger and more complete line in the future patronageIJ R BLAKE Contest Cases Withdrawn Tho contest of James Ilargis mainst S S Taulbcc for county Judge of Matt Spencer against Itrlittle for Jailer wero withdrawn Iiimomd very little damaging testimony was brought out While there is 10 question of n doubt about the jltimatc decision in these cases everybody is glad that tho trouble- is i over The officers can now de voto their whole time to the exe cution of thoir various offices Let every ono put their shoulder to the wheel and help the newlyI elected county officers J count the best administration it over hind Lodge Ofllccrs The local lodges of Jackson elected nnd installed the following as officers for tho ensuing term imKATJIITT LODGE NO G49 F k A3f L T Bolin VT M J S Pcmbcrton SrRobert Thomas JrCharles Sewell Secretary A P Crawford Treasurer- S G Combs S D W II Wlrittaker J D Oscar Hngins Tyler Willie Taylor and Willinm Bo lin Stewards PAN HOWL LODGE NO 122 K OF P Robert Thomas C C J II Duvall V C J S Pemberton Prelate- T II Hudson M of W Sam Jett Jr Mat A Charles Sowell K of R S Charles Sewcll M of P J E Lang 1C of E L Y Redwino O G 1JACKSON LODGE NO 302 I O O F- J S Pcmborton N G Willinm Sewell V G S B Stidham Secretary Charles Sowell Treasurer Benuliful Double Wedding A beautiful double wedding ceremony was performed by Prof W II Cord Wednesday morning at 10 oclock nt his residence when ho united in tho holy bonds of matrimony W E Hack nnd Miss Emma Pearl Day nnd Charles T Byrd and Miss Eddie L Daniel Immediately after the ceremony and to their great surprise Mrs Cord invited them to a luncheon after which they left to spend tho honeymoon in Lexington ns guests of the Reed Hotel Tho qunrtctto will then return to Cannel City nnd go to housekeeping in dwell ings side by side and furnished very much nUke which by tho way reminds us that their wedding outfits were duplicates The brides elect were among our most elegant nnd charming young ladies popular accomplished nnd former students of the acalemyhazel Green Herald Mr Back is n son of Miles Back of this county lie is passenger conductor on the 0 K Railway His many friends and relatives in this county extendcongratulations For Sale Houso and lot Ap ply to J D Moore Jackson Ky Moses Feltner was tried at Irvine for tho murder of Jesse Fields nnd acquitted on December aoth His case was moved from court on n linage of venue 52S2252i2S2S WATCHES m CLOCKS SILVERWARE Jj SILVER NOVELTIES rn CUT rn GLASSUMBRELLAS nI and all kinds of- rn FIRST CFsS JEUCCRY mS D FLEENOR t AND OPTICIAN lu JACKSON KY J The appearanceof your looks no matter who makes your clothes or what you pay for them Neat stylishlooking feet have always been considered marks of gentility to which any man may now attain by wearing Made in those correct quIt styles which appeal to peope who know and can afford to be particular Patent tI Urfit feature holds foot and shoe together but gives the foot co- ntrolJMOsborn 5 or I llii of a I TO BUY DRUGS i== =v t A good place to buy Drugs is where accuracy und experience prevail HTM rj IIAVE HAD THE EX- t mistake4i Il qr prescriptionhero loW t 0 proscription who is not thoroughly competent W oh PURE DRUGS AND CHEMICALS m aJO are the only kind we use here in compounding I prescriptions WI RELIABLE RUBBER GOODS 4 Shoulder Braces Trusses Supporters Bandages keepevery1P Isomething wo do not have in stock wo will get chargejf OF itII FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCOS I1a = = JACKSON DRUG CO 111 N N R M SHELYMANUF- ACTURER AND DEALER IN rn MARBLE AND GRA- NITEMonuments and TombstonesSatisfaction guaranteed Call or write for prices and save money by buying from us 22 YEARS EXPERIENCE JACKSON BREATHITT COUNTY KENTUCKY 25252S225252S52S25252525 sJ mST HOTEL IN TilE FREE BUS TOnd FROM CITY DEPOT ARLINGTON HOTEL S S TAULBEE PROP JACKSON KY GOOD LIVERY STABLE IN FIRST OLASS 8AMPIE CONNECTION ROOMS tjho Leading Tfowspapor of Mff ffiluo Srass z Lexinlton ifer d 7or 500 a 2ear Sf paid in advance on or boforo fanuary IS 906ifttayular Si aka Sff00 Pull ftssociaied tPrest sports Comic Supplement and Dooleys Letters for K05 Daily Grain Produce and Live Stock Market Reports from all the leading cities The most complete neighborhood news The only daily paper that cowers all of the happenings of Central Ken tucky Address THE LEXINGTON HERALD CO Lexington Ky The Busy Mans Line BETWEEN Louisville Evansville St Louis and Southwest IS VIA LOUISVILLE HENDERSON ST LOUIS RY tt HENDERSON ROUTEPULHAN SLEEPERS FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS westtirstSpecial Tourist lutes to Colorado Texas Mexico and New 1900iand February 1100 ASK US FOR RATES J II GALLAGHER L J IRWIN Traveling Passenger Agent General Passenger Agont Feathers and Quills Wanted I 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 rightIBrighton Station The P R Mitchell Co CUclwutli orw I w 1r t oJ f n American Sluxeri Abroad A few years ago n groat quo ttou was raised la a dally paper What shell we do with our jrlrls Tho Americans tiled to It somo sending donjlla9perhaps one In a million succeeded In becoming a superior chorus girl I sometimes wonder how many I hmo met In drawing rooms and theaters Mud how many of them have succeeded In doing anything whatever Probably tho bulk of them drift bad to those well known small cities Xcw YorkCIit i cago and Boston but to my knowledge there are dozens of then hauglj r on lu a lonely way In the various opera houses of Europe They live n miter able life they dwell In wretched hotels or pensions their voices being hopeless ly broken they squeal three or four times a week and In the end they i marry or disappear no man knows whoroLondon Saturday IlcVlaw Hov to Avoid 1iiuitinoiiln- We F never heard of a siiiRle Instance of a cold resulting In pneumonia or other lung trouble when Foleya lion ey and Tar has been taken It not only stops the couRhbut heels and strength ens this lungs Aak for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute of fernd Dr 0 J Bishop of Agnew Mich w1iteshI have used Foley Honey and Tar In three very severe cases of pneumonia with Rood results In every ease Jackson Drug Co Automatic Lid DrLnborde of the French Academy of Medicine line invented what he terms an automatic tongue tractor for use In cases of drowning A padded forceps grasps the tongue niiJ pulls It out tit regular Intervals through the operation of a small motor worked bT- u battery It has been in use on some of the French bathing beaches the last season and has been reported a great successIt explained that life savors work Ing over a patient tiro of the work be toro hopo should be abandoned but that they are perfectly willing to watch tho machine perform tho work until restoration Is restored Perfection can only be attained in the physical by allowing nature to appropriate and not dissipate her own ro sources Cathartic gripe weaken dissipate while DeWitts Little Early Klsers simply expel all putrid matter and bile thus allowl g the liver to as sume normal activity Good for the complexion Sold by the Jackson 1DrugCo Treatment For Sprain If the nnkle is sprained rest Is all 1mportoiit Bandage the part and keep this bandage soaked with water as hot sprainedwristu jPPy a arm Ji a sling Cheese Straws Take a piece of putt paste roll It very thin dredge all over with grated dioese nnd a very little cayenne pep per Fold the paste up roll It thin and cut into little straws with a wheel cutter Bake It at once- One Minute Cough Cure contains not an atom of any harmful drug and it has been curing coughs colds croup tied whooping cough so long that it has proven Itself to be a tried and true 4 friend to the many who use it Sold by the Jackson Drug Co 4 Furniture 1olUh For general use tho following polish Las proved very satisfactory It Is easy to make and Is yery Inexpensive Four ounces of white beoswax dissolved In cue pint of clear spirits of turpentine Heating the turpentine and shaving tho wax will greatly hasten the process of dissolution This polish Is applied with usof cloth with a swift circular movement and wjll give a nlco polish tt is not very durable but can readiy be renewed The Original Foley it Co Chicago originated llixiey and Tar as a throat hud lung remedy and on account of tho great merit and popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar many Imitations are offered iir the genuine These worthless Imi tations have slmlliar sounding names Ilinare of them The genuine FoleY Honey and Tar is in s yellow paci age Atk for it and refuse any substitute Sf It Is the best remedy for coughs and cilds Jackson Drug Oo To Clean Droadclotb J To remove stains from broadcloth take one ounce of finely ground pipe clay and mix k with twelve drops rff ncohol ond tho same quantity of splr Its of turpentine Moisten a little of hls mixture with alcohol and rub It ou the spots Let It remain till dry then rub oil with a woolen cloth and the spots will have disappeared In very obstinate spots repeat tho process Stomach Troubles and ConsUltion- Chamberlain1 Stomach and Liver Tablets are the best thing fur stomach troubles and constipation I have ever Mild1 says J R Cullman a druggist nf Pottervllle Mlgh They are easy 10 take and always give satisfaction I tall my customers tt try them and If nut satisfactory to come back and get the r money but have never had a complaint Fur sale by Jackson Drug Co I t Bait Par lien One ouncoof salt for 100 fowls Is auf flclentfor each day They will not bo poisoned If salted regularly An overdo of course is fatala An agreeable movement of the bowels without any unpleasant sheet Is jiiUuced by Chamberlains Stomach ami Liver Tablets For sale by Jack sou Drug Co EfOtmllOtmYANDT 1a Wugb asdhosllslungs- z VSJ H FOR THE HOUSEWIFE niuck Lace To revive black lace make some black tea about the strength usual for drink- Ing and strain It off the leaves Pou enough tea In n basin to cover tho quantity of lace let it stand ten or twelve hours then squeeze It several times but do not rub It Dip It fre quently Into the tea which at length will assume u dirty appearance Ilnvo ready some weak gum water and press tho lace gently through It Then clup It for a quarter of an hour after which pin It to a towel In any shape which you wish It to ia03 When nearly d cover It with another towel mid Iron 1 with n cool iron The lace It previously sound filth discolored only will after this process look as good as new CliniubcrfaltiM Cough Reined the Best lUmle In my opinion Chamberlains Cough Remedy Is the best needs for colds sups Mrs Cora Walker of Pottervillf Cal There Is nn doubt about its be ing the best No oilier will cure H cold so quickly No other is so surf n preventive of pneumonia No other is so pleasant and safe to take Thew are good reasons why it should be pre erred to any othor The fact is thai few people are satisfied with any other after having once used this remedy For sale by Jackson Drug Co lleniariiiR Stain Unless attended to ijt once both tell and coffee stains nro very difficult to remove When fairly fresh they may be soaked In buttermilk and then left to dry In the open air repeating the process It necessary after which wash In cold water Another recipe is to spread tho stain over a basin rub It well with powdered borax and then pour absolutely boiling water through it A solution of sanltns Is also said to be excellent for removing these stains but If once sent to the laundry and bolod they become almost Ineradlca ble Chronic Constipation Cured One who nutter from chronic const potion Is in danger of ninny serious ailments Orino Laxative Fruit Syr up curls chronic constipation as it aids digestion and stimulates the liver and bowels restoring the natural action of these organs Commence raking It t day and you will feel better at once Orino Lnxative Fruit Syrup does nu nauseate or gripe and Is very pleasant to take Refuse substitutes Jackson Drug GJ Potato Thump Tlio potatoes are boiled until they arc tender and then are drained nnd thor ougbly dried They nre then mashed and beaten with a fork over the fire so that they never for a second get cool When they nre as light as they can be made butter Is beaten In with them and n little hot cream with which one or two very finely minced onions have been mixed They are served hot If the potatoes are allowed to cool the In combination with the onions get rubber la texture nnd taste Chamberlains Cough Itemcdy Absolutely Harmless The fault of Riving children medl elves containing Injurious salutations Is sometimes more disastrous than the disease from which they are suffering Every mother should know that Cham berlains Cough Remedy is perfectlj sate for children to take It contains nothing harmful end for coughs cold and croup 1s unsurpassed For sale by Jackson Drug Co Cinder In the Ere Do not allow the patient to rub tin eye nor uso a soiled handkerchief Ge a bit of surgical gauze or absorbent cotton or a clean camels hair brush evert the eyelid with tho left forefinger fad remove tho cinder with gauze In tho right It the eye becomes greatly inflamed reduce the fever by apply lug clean compresses dipped In Ice water and bathe the eye at intervals or- an hour or two with a very weak solution of boraclc acid Indigestion Is easily overcome by tlm use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure because this remedy digests what you eat and gives the stomach a rest allows it t o recuperate and grow strong again Ko dol relieves indigestion belching of gus sour stomach heartburn eta and enables the digestive organs to transform all KWUB Into the kind of rich red blood that makes health and strength Sold by Jackson Drug Oo A Kitchen Convenience A very handy hour chest may be made out of one Inrfl boards First there Is tho lid and bread board wblch FLOUB CUES is supported by braces and fastened to It by wires This keeps the braces fold ed up when the lid Is shut Tho draw ers pro for salt soda baking powder sugar He Tho chest may bo divided by a partition for flour and meal The soothing and comforting effects of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve when applied to Piles sores outs bole etc subdues pain almost instantly This Salve draws out the Inflammation re duces swelling anil acts as a rube fit dent thus circulating the blood through time diseased putt permitting or aiding Nature to permanently re mof 0 the trouble entirely Sold by the Jackson Drug Co CHOICE MISCELL1 Nlr TheUlnrklnff Cut Thyslciausr wild ono of them are makeroceans money a little nut they remain upright Look at lime caswof tho barking cat The barking tatV Yos DolarracJs barking cat You know Delarmel they French larynffolo gist No Well Dclarmol to prove a certain allegation of his opcttited on n cats vocal cords and larynx in such away ttgroat attention nuious scientists but howmen from all parts of the world besieged Delarmel Imploring him to 3woke barking cats for them cat furiously amid hoarsely bark Gig would be n strause attractive sight ninth ono that would prove n snlen did drawing card for showmen Theso men accordingly offeron Delanuol sums from 100 up to 1000 for barking cats lie could have sold undoubtedly 1000 them at 1UU apiece For tho rest of his life he could have kept profitably employed nt this work buying ordinary cuts for u dine or M and turning them out barkers as valuable as horses Delarmel though would not trtoop Ho snip made one barking cat amt that has been dead now for two years Philadelphia Bulletin A Thousand Dollars Worth of Good AII Thurnes a well known coal operator of Buffalo 0 writes have been aflHcted with kidney an bladder trouble for years passing gray eland stories with excruciating pain I got Foleys Kidney Cure then the result was surprising A few dose s started the brick dust like fine stone s and now I hove no pain across mj kid neja and I f011lk6 a new mangy It has lone me f 1000 worth of Jack son Drug Co Conumptlonilows Dr Thomas Darling ton commissioner of health stirtckl the following fact at a recent meeting ot NOW York medical men Consumptives residing in an Insti to play quoits n e thpIinstead of usjs the spitting cups pro vldcd for them The cows were killed and It was found that nine out of ten of the animals bad general tubercu lolls An Equine Epitaph On opening a barrel of beet the othe- day the cook of an up river lumbu- camp found a shluglb on which was inscribed AlthoUGh Im dyad and salted here I was O trnk hnriw nil last ytUfi Cured IllS Jlotlur of IChctimn flaw yelIv mother has been a sufferer for many years from rheumatism says W 11 Howard of Husband Peiin At times she was unable to moet all while at all times walking wn painful I pressured her with a bot tie of Chamberlains Pain Balm and otter a few applications she decided i was the most wonderful pain reliever she had ever tried in fact she Is never without it now and Is at all times ablo to walk An occasional application of Pain Balm keeps away the pain that she was formerly troubled with Fu sale by Jackson Drug Oo Liked the Kind gIrtto come to New York alone A cold nnd reserved northerner of the masculluo persuasion heard the girls uncle give speakInstrange cab If her cousin didnt meet her and In about two minutes time northerner knew all tim details of tho Journey The mil was not more than an hour out of Richmond lieforp thu thee quite willing and tho Journey was en livened for them botlJ Js the man was paying her his fifth h extravagant compliment the girl gazed at him trust- fplly tAm nlf nqrthorn gentlemen as com pJImontary ni yon SFP 61F1n Oh yet sold limo northerner com + placently and youll find that tlio far ther north you go the moro devoted they are- Really she drawled Then I reckon the next time Peary starts for the pole Ill try to get to go too For coughs and colds no remedy Is equal to Kennedy Laxative Honey and Torthl1lLiquid juju pure it II different from all others better be cause it expels all cold from the sys tem by acting as a cathartic on the trowels Gives strength to wtak lungs Affords Immediate relief In croup cough colds etc Sold by Jackson Drug Co- Ca Sterilize Milk To sterlllxo milk plncp It In a bout and close the neck with u plug of cot ton wool Put the bottle In a largo saucepan fill tho latter with cold wa ter and bring It to a boiling point Sot aside to cool slowly Spiced Crniiberrle Five pounds of cranberries three and Onorhalf pounds of brown sugar scant pint of vlneftar two tnbJ sPQontuls of cinnamon and allspice and ono of cloves Cook slowly two hours FOUND John W Dean had a pain in his back for about five years and it finally be came so gnat that he could not work and in fact could not walk at times everal physicians tailed to cure him but he found a remedy It was SmltbsI Kidney and Nervo Tonlo For sole by 0 H Stidham do Son Jackson Kv FOLEYSHOWETHCAR Cure Coldii Provosts Pneumosli j w Pilillul PeriodsLife often seems too long to the woman who suf bearingdown aredreadful ineofrdUj It Eases Womens Pains bloodtrengthensdlUons from which weak women suffer It is matchless marvelous reliable At all druggests In S 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly In strictest confid care telling us all your Symplons and troubles We will senJ free aJvlce In plain sealed envelope how to AdvisoryDeptChattanooga Tenn Itwr PRKB TO OUR HE VD13KS J liedIMood If you suffer from ulcers eczema crofuln blood poison cancer eating sores itching skin pimple bull+ hone pains givelllni rheumatism catarrh or any blood or skin disease Ke advise you to take Hotanlo Blood Balm K D B Ell eclllll recom mendtd for old obstinate deepsentcd cases cures where all ohe fails heals every sure makes the blood pure and rich gives the skin the rich glow cf health Druggists 1 per large bottle Sample tent free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Gn Describe trou ble and free medical advice sent In sealed letter Medicine sent at once prepaid Stnlclilnir Onk Furnltnrr Oak furniture does not go well with red and where It Is necessary to re lulu a mil rug If tile latter Is nt all dark a dark ybllow will be successful on the walls Tlio walls and paper Gnu thdn ho harmonized with lowered curtains in red and yellow madras Dluo back of oak is always a good choice gorMunhronmi Never repent mushrooms or dishes containing mushrooms Tlio process of oooking la In itself right but after got ting cold mushrooms are apt to devel op Injurious properties nnd to became dangerous food Therefore consume what mushrooms you cook nt once or throw them away andsTonic Marion a weak back It was go bad that bet couldnt Ret up when he sat down without being in cohtlnous rackof misery for at lengt one hour Sold by S II Siidham A Son Jackson Kj Price f ICO per bottle Yorkrr purpose of liv ing Plainly to Improve mental nUll moral conditions to develop and ele tItIsgreater effort to do this thou to nc compllsh desires touch nearer the brute If we havq raised ourselves or have boon raised above the animal and the savage are wo sinking backward or continuing to progress New York at the present rate of growth will have 15000000 people long before the end of the century Might It not bo well to correct tho tendencies that would make swell growth possible 7 Giants nru not the noblest of men nlrCluytIlOhave told the British premier that their families were hungry and warner him that hungry people become ties perate at hut Why should New York desire a population ofr15000000 or Iwttcrforhad n smaller population now thou- 4000000Florida Timee Union A reuonubiH muountof food Thoroughly digested and properly amlml hated will always increase the strength If your stomach is a little oil Dyspepsia cure will digest KodulI eat and wimble the digestive organ tq a t imiit anti transform all foods ln In tUjuotmililing blond Kodol re levee sour slnniath bxlchlng heartburn and nil forms of Indlg sllon InlJ ataband tlrencthenlnc Sold by the Jackson Drug Go Hitch Priced Drinks Should n new York clubman wander Into a cafe In the southern republic of fawhla ho nilglit well bo startled by tin pricey on the menu Even though ho had inouey to burn ho might still gasp nt coffee and tonsit being 50 and champagne 500 a bottle but If he should complain nt tho cashiers desk ho would receive n satisfactory expla nation since tho United States dollar Is worth 100 in Colombia paper mono ey So u 300 bottle of champiifnjg Ly frnrllj uqmlnnlly 5 and when you think a cent Is really n dollar It doesnt seem exorbitant to glvo your servant SQ tojjuy bread for time family iar GEORGETOWN LEXINGTON TRACTION 0 evpryhourp in Leave Pars every hour from 7 SinilerareLeave Lexington for Georgetown every hour from 7 a m to 1 p m except 11 a mlp m8p m and 10 p m Leave Georgetown every hour from 6 a m to 10 p m except 10 a m12 m and 7 and 0 p m Y ALEXANDER President I SUFFERED CREAnY writes Mrs L E Clevenger of Belle periodsl1111Ydill cave mo wonderful relief and now beenforJlnget agar ncOdne In the world EIZlfu One Bottleof vrclliSynip Pepinused as directed will give you m mediate re lieftromtholaerprcssl ble tortures occasioned by constipation and iita attend IIIIrful remedy for a time It will soon sot your system right when an occasional dose of keep our internal organism in tho very of condition I Well Inside youro well nil over Dr Calchvells-Lajcattvr Syrup Pepsin is the best preparation obtainable for nil the many ills and ailments arising from overworked or disordered diges tive organs It acts quickly and surely on the cause of the troublo anti its beneficial effects are instantly perceptible it will cure the most obstinate cases Dr CaldweU LaxatUe Syrup Pepsin can be obtained in both dollar and halt dollar sizes from nil druggists i Your money will bo refunded K it does not benefit you Your postal card repurstnfllbrinrr67 return man oar new b of Wondtrt sa4 free ample to those who hlno- ancrtrled Ibis wonderful rcmetlr Wtltt totUy PEPSIN SYRUP CO Uonllecllo Illinois Sold by JACKSON DRUn CO ONO Laxative Fruit 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