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BREATHIT 1 COUNiYNEWSM J WISE UAOINS Editor and Publisher A NKwsiAiKu DEVOTED TO TILE INTEUESTS ov EASTERN KENTUCKY 1 ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Vs Jackson Kentucky Friday f January 12 OG X r r = Number 12 I 1 tt 5tarStorZ BIG BARGAIN CENTER F- ORCLOTHING Shoos Jfatsj and a Plno jCino of LADIESDRESSGOODS Skirts Jackets Silk and Woolen Waists and Ladles Trimmed Hats A Handsome Line of Ladies Furs Trunks Crp ti 9llIln91 and Silks jflJig jCini 0191ollonl and a Soact jfssoHment of LADIES AND GENTS UNDERWEAR The Intost Btylea in Mens Shirts lions and Boys Overcoats at Reduced Pricoa An Elegant Lino of Childrens Cloaks which wo are almost giving away Iloaso COIIIO and exatninu our stock and 1Ve havo ovorythlnguSIU lIy kept in a FiratCluss Department Stun Wo can save you money with pleasure highest narket Price Paid for Produce and Fur FIRESTEIN EUSTER PUOPHIETOHS STAR STORE f College Avenue J JACKSON KY err i ta aSES2SH3H5asa3HSH5H5HSa5H 5a5HScSHSHS5HSaSSSHSHS5S5 lr A FLOYD tUY President J SAMUEl HEAD JR Mahler N- JJ F P CKVWFOKD Vice President ROUT 1ANARSDUJ AutUash rn m JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK f Jackson Kentuckyf Paid up Capital and Surplus 2710000 a I il1 Wo solicit tho Banking Business and accounts of Lumber InnufnctulelSItI Timber Dealers IIBusiness Men- Merchants I m i e Farmers i s Throughout Eaetorn Kentucky and offer our Customers I tho m- ostLIBERAL TERMSWithin the limits of legitimate business rn === = = O COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY nil v v 4252255d5P525 5 552252rdi 52S25dd5a5rs255d fOlMKIDmCURl1 Maku ladMT aD UPTONOW Printing TUB NEWS has added new faces of typo to its job de partment and is prepared to do printing of evarv description I tho wny it should be done such as i LKTTEU IIKADS- ENVELOPES I BILL STATEMENTS ngADSI SHIPPING TAGS I TIE REOEIFTS I MINUTES JCARDS LABELS 11 CIRCULARS J INVITATIONS V PROGRAMS Fire A neat job and a fair price always guaranteed Try us if you want to bo pleased e Work Done WhQr promised Chamberlains Cough Remad Curt CoIdJ Croup aa4 Whooping Couch f t CINCINNATI MARKETS CINCINNATI Jan 10 Cattle Good to choice butcher steers J4 00 to 4 60 common to fai- rr2 85 to 3 JO heifers good to 3 40 to 4 10 common to 2 00 to 3 25 cows common fair 1 25 to 2 75 oxen 1 25 to I 365 Clvcs Common and largo 4 50 to 8 00 good to light S 25 to 8 75 hogs market weaker good to choice packers 5 GO common to choice heavy fat sows 4 50 to 5 00 light shippers 510 to 5 35 pigs 100 pounds and less 450 to 5 00 I Sheep good to choice 1 50 to 4 90 common to fair 43 00 to 4 40 Lambs common to fair5 00 to 7 40 w H Henderson Ayres Street Opp Post Oflice LEXINGTON KY r DEALER IN Grain Seeds Feed f Wheat Rye Barley Oats and Corn Closer tImothy Millet Kentucky Blue Gross Orchard Grass Hungarian Hay Straw Mill Feed C RemedyCures ADVERTISERS Wo will accept advertisements oil a guaranty that our paper has more thou twice the circulation in Brcathitt County of any paper published Our paper goes to ovary post office in Parry County and almost every one in Leo Ma gollln Owsloy Wolfe and Kuott CountiesIf want to roach the moun tain trade try an ad in thoBuKATU ITT COUNTY NEWS GORRE CWDENGE CLAY HALE Horn to Mr and Mrs I U Combs a boy Lots of hogs around hero are dying with the cholera A number of people have passed hero for the lust few days en route to the West Flint Davis has been appointed Deputy Sheriff for this section of tho county The post office at Clay Hole has been moved to Taulbco Land rums store D It Clark has resigned his position as manager of Judge Tnulbces log job at this place NED N W Miller accidentally cutoff two of his lingers recently Talbert Holliday has moved from tho premises of his fatherin law on Cockrills Fork John II G B and B F Combs and others visited Braddock Ncaco Sunday u week ago Mr Ncaco is a kind man and has many friends WAR CKliUK Born to Stephen Cundiff and wife nn heir Tho people of this community have decided to erect a building in which to hold religious services Miss Laura Rolnnd of Jackson who has been teaching the District school No 72 finished her term Monday Janury 4 All intelligent people were well pleased with her teachingA diedfon New Years day and a little boy of Duvall and Susan Osborn died on January 4thand left a childless home but Job said the Lord givcth and the Lord taketli away and blessed bo tho name of the Lord Remember people that God never makes any mistakes but doeth all things well and is no re specter of persons TKOUULKSOMU Several of our citizens went to Hazard to sec the new oflicers in ducted into office Born to A J Dobson and wife twins both girls tho first and only girls of eight children Combs Smith are erecting a largo store house near their old one at the mouth of Pigeon Roost A J Dobson tho newly elected Justice of tho Peace for this dis trict took charge of the office Jan uary 1st- Uncle John T Williams has gone to Hydcn to be treated by a physician Ho was accompaincd by his son Green of Knott Dial Williams who was recently appointed postmaster at Vest Knott county has been visiting friends and relatives here Miss Amy Smith who has been teaching school at Dwarf has taught her school out and is at homo doing Sunday school work Miss Amy contemplates teaching a winter school at Dwarf as tho people of that Vicinity were grctly pleased with tho freo school Mr and Mrs Samuel Holliday of Stacy entertained number of friends Christmas day Among tho guests wore Ans Maya and wife Zach Campbell and wife and Esquiro Whittaker and family The dinner was given in the fine new house recently built by Mr Holliday For Sale Houso and lot Apply to J D Moore Jackson Ky COlK BRANCHiM I Charley Woods iy on the sick listMrs Mind Bryant of Oakdale is very low with heart trouble Bud Roberts and wife pC Kur 1YoCOnkdMiss Laura Mulliris of Jctts Creek hhas been visiting her sis ter Miss Nannie Mullins of War Creek Buddy Terry of Jells Creek had his house slightly damaged by fire last Saturday The damage wilt amount to Gut 75 Jim Buck Fugate formerly of Jctts Creek has m6ved to near Roger Cdllahans and Arch Bar rett has moved from Lick Branch to the Spicer farm near here Missscs May Day of this place and Gertrude Crawford of Athol went to Danville Saturday to at tend schooland Anco McIntosh lUll Thomas Terry Jctts Creek and Miss Cappio Terry of Tur key went to Bereft for the same purpose For Winter Comfort Long warm coats are necessary for the comfort of small girls In the Il lustration Is shown one of the best of the seasons models which Is mado of dark red kersey finished with a simple banding and tailor stitching but which cnn bo made available for many may tennis and for many purposes In this form It makes nn admirable school and VOIBI8 WN6 COAT all around coat that Is warm and pro tective but the model executed In any one of tho rain proof materials becomes adapted to stormy weather and If this Is worn over ono of tho sweaters that girls like so well It becomes quite warm enough for oven a severe winter day Doth the front and tho back are tucked at the shoulders these tucks being stitched for a short dis tance only but pressed Into position below At the neck Is tho most corn fortublo of jl collars for childrens wear and tho sleeves aro the accepted ones of tho season IJkptle Smith Do you believe In drcauis Jones No I married one Leslies Weekly Wnuli Dreau Wash dresses for house wear are ono of tho Innovations and they will bo worn nIl winter says the Philadelphia Public Ledger Gradually women have been working up to It by discarding flannel waists for cotton waists and now tho cotton linen or gingham skirt has toll wcd Vo ne of Oold Lace Wonderful things are being done with goldMace and with on odd net which In shadow seems to havo Just a thread of gold hero and there but In tho sun blazes with every ono of Its tiny threads Brown Fur Popular Brown furs hold their own with a vengeance Sable Is easily first with mink and brown iQUkrel treading upon Its heels wie 044 2 We Are Going to Publish beginning in a few d- aysTheTwoVanrevels 1 THE PASSING YEARS I Written for Tho News It doesnt seem long since we were all bo sEAmusing ourselves with numerous toslA driving the cows and feeding the sh epIA number of which we once used to keep We would hoo in tho corn nIlJ through the long week Then Saturday eve wed go to the I creek t To fish out the chubs that seemed then to be I As largo as would now a fish of the sea The toils of the week then we soon would forget Ohj the joys of those eves Ire member them yet Wed hunt for tho wren and the mockingbirds nest Just to see the young birdies bu not to molestIWed hunt tho red service and mulberry tree Andwatermelon time to us was a I spree Wed kill all the lizards and trounce many frogs That we found in tho new ground among tho old logs The groy squirrel and rabbit would flee from our trackIWith fear lest wed carry them homo in a sackITho bobwhite feared badly to call to his mate Lest ho would soon bo fried brown on our plate But JJow these ambitions have 1led away And others have taken their place now tostay In place of us boys as it then used to bo It is now our boys just as fullof their glee Now pay closo attention tothoI rest of of my rhyme Anti youll find what is changing usalong all the time Tis the small winged moments thats fast Hitting by Though doing their work yet un seen to the eye They soon bring manhood to the chubby faced boy And mingle some sorrow in the cup with his joy To manhood they soon bring un unsteady tread A1 cane in tho hand and a snowy white head Then soon a white stono with let ters thereon Will tell tho sail story what time has done So let us begin lest some bo too late To strive to enter tho straight welcome gate Which is Jesus the Christ who died to receive Every prodigal son that His word will beliereIIt is open for all that will seek an will pray k With nil their heart for the nar row way This way the humble of earth Have trod I f+ A powerful love drama fall of fire and action BY BOOTH TARKINGTON Author of The Gentleman frm IndianaU Monsieur Btauciire etc The Heroine a beautiful girl just out of a convert school t Her Father thp wealthiest and most important man in hU town owning half of it The Heroan admirable American but hated the heroines fatherOJThe Villain the herbs rival for the hand ui the heroine i We need hardly assure our readers who know the author reputation that out of such material he has made a magnifi cent love story which will fascinate theoungand please VrThedays of the republic affording au excellent picture of the manners customs v f and clothes of that period alreadlscoledRead Tho Two VasireveJs in This Paper 41 It leads through the world to tho City of God J II IIlEltOXVMOS Primrose Ky Ben Biggataff true friendand soldier and mountain evangelist made us promise that when ho diedwe would tell his old com rades in arms how he was saved When he passed away we had his remains in our sitting room and when there was no one in tho room except him and myself black inainmio carne in and said Mr Redd ate you going to do what Mr Biggstaff asked you to din about ten years ago I said I did not recollect lie told you whom he wanted for his nailbear ers and what he wanted you td ruIpoatlsation which had taken place at the table I told her I would if tho opportunitypr635BtRl itself She not say anything about the opportuni ty but you promised that yon antGod I would So w1i the serviced wore concluded by w preachers 1 arose and sllilh tde3 Un cle Ben stayedal rW t at our house 1is the message that ho a I old- comrades and bins lJanllnio wets his mouth piece t Mlndmo what to say his I1is me3 same Make pejeeullth Cod by accepting His 9n JOI Savior and as ho did stand under tho droppings of time sanctuary ud confess Christ before non an 1ciooWaller Rode a there and h said that rIIc1b en message lln otherlmidnever fom if he live licfIhNoi i J All parties wUxare indebted if Eversolo Son5rorequested i1 bqorosettled before that timo they win be placed in the hands of an attorney for collection Yours re spectfully th EVKIISOM SON Time Mssourl PavUlu Itumvny yo St Louis Iron Mountain t Southurn hall v iy Co Special round trip IlomeseekflrJ excursion tickets on first and third Tuesdays of Jam ary and February 1000 to vas territory in Missouri Kansas Cot prado Arkansas cwMcxicoj Old Mexico also to all points in Texas Oklahoma and Indan LoP ritory at a rate of less thau ODO faro for the round trip fromft Louis Liberal stopover priVipt lages Return fc limit of twenty one days also on same dates yiH sell ono tway second class colpimU tickets to same territory at greatljj reduced rates Avail 0 this rare opportunity to visit he country w now attracting tho attention of the IIomseeket litdaddressH Townsend GP T AI St Louis Mo A A Gallai her D P A dl- ti Walnut St Jrncfnnnt1Of nO r For Sale at a Bargain A scholarship in the Interna tional Correspondence Salls at Scranton Pa the same schools that Mr Hoffman represents Also three monthss scholarship in the Bryant Stratton BusinesswCollege at Louisville Call on or address TUB BUEATHITT COUNTY NEWS Jackson Ky i Fine Trains to Florida Via South ern Railway and Queen lc Crescent Route Florida Limited leaving Louis vine 8 am dully connects at Dan ville Ky with solid train of Pullman Sleepers and vestibuled coaches via Ulmtfinooga and Atlanta arriving Jack sonville nt 850 a m and St Augustine 10 a m next day without change Dining cur serves all meals enroute rlorida Special leaving Louisville 745 p m carries observation sleeper F 1daily except Sunday Louisville to St Augustine without change via Chatanooga and Atlanta arriving Jacksonville 850 p m and St Augur tine at 10 p m next day From Dan ville this Is solid train of Drawing Room Sleepers Composlt oar Obier vision car etc Dining car serves all meals enrouto Via the Land of the Sky Pullman Sleeper leaves Louise villa 745 pm daily running through to Knoxville where connection Is made at 035 a in with through sleeper to + Jacksonville via Asheville Columbia and Savannah arriving Jacksonville 9- am Winter Tourist Ticket good return Iiiuntil May 31st are now on sale at ipw Rates Variable Tours going via Asheville sand Land of the Sky and Sapphire Country and returning via Atlanta kml jOhatnnoogd or vice versa For Land ot the Sky and Winter homes rather handsomely illustrated booklets folders rates etc address any agent of the Southern Ry or 0 IF Hungerford D P A Ltulsrllle Ky G B Allen A 0 P A St Louis 3U0W 0 Uinearson G P A Q O Route Cincinnati I ONE NIGHT OUT loridat 1 New Orleans 0 Cuba reached in comfort viaI QUEER HCfHI RDUTEI AND- SOUTHERN Rv ilLTHREE TRAINS A DAY Chicago Florida Special la Strtlce Jnur Kb iNs Solid Pullman Train IxJTO CINCINNATI 933 PY fJEX1NOTOM i1to P M DAHVILLE 1240A II Dlnlne IInd Ottarmtlon Care for Jek K nvate and 8U Augmtlno vtt CliatUoo Doupanc1 AUante Florida Limited Solid TrIIl- nLoancnWINJrATl 830 XKLEXINGTON 10SCJLM I DAIIVILLB 11601 M Dar Ooaebea tullman eletpen Oter VSnol and Dining lyta for J kp nYW- aet A UjOIStlne B Ort and Nevrorleana VU ctuttuioot Atlanta and Dlnalnthaa rQueen Crescent Special Solid train Ctnrlnnia Lcxlxtton DaDo vale to New Orlcan via Chatlanooca and Dlrmlutiam also throuth Pullman Gtreduced rata For InlonaiUoa ppl7 Chas W Zell DP A B C Kin P R T A lltlH Cr ir J slum ir Co i liMea Ucip34rrArl a tswr6itatf t4 k1 we Tl e Breathitt News ST1PER YEAR IN ADVANCE JVISEHAG S Eir 784= G1V Lg6Noa A II Prfts J1 ovr11nn 1 i LAWYERSJ r- J ij WISE HAGINS t ATTOKNE YA LAW Office over PostOffice JACKIOS KKXTUOKT IrAll business Intrpsted to blmI i will leceive prompt and careful at 1 tention i n gtmnTmnrmmrnnmTrmmmTrmTiiiuii LLC ROARK LAWYER 3It PT JACKSON KENTUCKY 3 K ai 4 J Will praotlce in Breathitt and = Magofiln Counties sJ cunuuuuttltuutlltuutuwuuuuurl1larIt SHSHSHSHSESHSHSaSaSa- p D J lDR O H SWANQb ltPY5QIPPSU9Ot nmof HOURS8A M TO 4 P JIS HABOIS J1UILDIOIII h- ry m JACKSOX KENTUCKY p lS2 assasEsas ru1 FHEDAY JAN 12 J 1 SIGN YOUR NAME Correspondents must sign their flues to their communications not for publication but that we may know who to rely on for the truth of Iheir statements Here after communications not properly i signed will NOTL be published NOTICE TO PATRONS As my official duties will keep me away from the office a great portion of the time II S Barnett the foreman is authorized to col lest money give receipts or trans 11net any other business in TUB Nnws office ns though I had been A present myself 7JWISE HAOIXS KEEP YOUR MONEY HERE Wecarncstly request our friends and subscribers to patronize those merchants who advertise in THEN rws The leading merchants o the town do this andas a rule the merchants who advertise lib erally are tho ones who are the most liberal with their customers Garry tho best lines and offer the bast inducements Tho man wh docs not seek your trade eithe- does not want it or does not de servo it By patronizing tho men who advertise with us you help us and at tho same time help yourselves It is a matter of re ciprocity all around I Everything in the Fancy Graf ery nine at IIaddensrAlfred Roberts of Lost Creek was here on business Monday Clifton Cope of Taulbee who has been seriously sick for several weeks is very much improved Misses Olllo Swango and Edna Williams of Wolfe county are visiting tho family of Dr 0 II Swango b w Granville McIntosh of Gilmore lwho has been visiting relatives near Lost Creek returned homo 1 JCucsday K E Cundiff of Campton was hero on business lost week Ho is storekeeper and guagor at Obe Roberts distillery D L Roberts of Stacy was hero on business last Monday Ho is engaged in tho mercantile busi k tncssat that place- S II Hurst Jr of Pcartrce E was in Jackson Monday on his way to Elizabethtown where hej goes to cuter school p MMAnderson Harvey left today for Noble where ho is engaged in Or losing job Ho will complete same in about two weeks L C Howling of Crockcttsville was in town Tuesday on business Ho was accompanied by his daugli = tcr Miss Eliza who will attend school here TJIO Board of Supervisors adjourned last Saturday to meet again on January 22nd to hear complaints of those whose proper ty they raised Very few lists wore raised but considerable property was assessed that had been omitol by tho assessor V Trbsh Bread every lay at C lliiddons yo makeallwe advertise j aLJ1 M Oslwrns Attorney John M Tcster ofl l1uslweelthe benefit of our old as well ash new subscribers Attorney B F Combs oMIind limn was in Jackson all the past week on professional business Corn or any kind of merchant able country produce will bo nc ccpted in payment of subscriptions WANTED 50 boys age 14 to 19 at J M Osborns to buy 8500 and SOOO Suit at 8249and 398 Taylor Hurst was in Jackson Tuesday on his way to Louisville where he will take up medical studies in the Kentucky School of Medicine Miss Emma Crawford returned Saturday to Lexington to resume her studies in Hamilton Female College after a delightful visit of two weeks at homo A report from Lee City says the eightyearold son of Deputy Slier iff II A Dunn while carelessly handling a 22calibro rifle ncci dentaHy discharged tho weapon and tho bullet pierced the head of his sixyearold brother killing him instantly Rev Edwin T Preston will start for Chicago in a few days where he will tnko special studies in tho Moody Biblo Institute dur ing the winter Mr Preston will be greatly missed from his field of labor on Quicksand Ho expects to return in the spring The threeyearold son of Wash Guinn of Ned came near being burned to death last Sunday by its jlpthing catching on lire from a grate Tho child ran out in tho yard andsome parties passing along caught it and put out Hie fire It is not thought that it will recover W T Short General Deputy Collector of Internal Revenue closed up Elihuo Reynolds distillery on lower Buffalo in Ows ley county last week on account of irregularities in the conduct a the business Reynolds and his distiller were held to answer in urtfThe gradin t he streets made it necessary nako a fill in Broadway i Main street to near Collegoue which left f feeot under grade of rWatts has fiscd his stor liQ so up to the gride of the street and made other improvements which add to tho value of his property i ydgo Thomas II Payntcr was cfccjed United SUttSs Senator last usda YolfxisflaysK llwas the R ran nominee n a Id received tI1OolIrt of all the Republicans lrt Legislature ji tor Payne rm begins h 4 1907 ivill it is 18c hold hi ice on th0 t pf App la ehi till llti- hat o pert of this r when Ie vicsign to takelup his Senn to tl dutiesf LOST fno watch with the letters Et C ngravedoli case Finder Will 1S0 return same to mo find re ccive reward Ji ALEX CAHPEXTEK 7 6 Jackson Ky ADVERTISED LETTERS itof letters remaining un nod in tho Jackson postoflido the week ending January 12 1 A andsent to the Dead Letter- co at Washington D C for tljj week ending January 2106 I3S D Banks GT Back fie Bowling bjVJcsso Clendening Susie Coo rTA7n Combs E J Mattio Davis i Rosa Edwards r i 610 Francis Ejizzio Fitgatc ft Jane Green Sarah Green S ith Glover IJ H Harrison Krl rTiirn Afiirs NLauraNodan SElias Spicor Rnnford Ritchie SHenry Stacy Pegia Size more William Smith TEA Tomb Callio Taylor WPollie ivrlghtIPersons calling for tho above mall will please say advertised DTD HURST P M 111 WOMAN AND FASHION IJor llonne frav There Is something esi charm Ing and Attractive nbautsuch nn after noon gown as thIaoncV Is simple at tho same it it is smart and up to late niul lstiljciTtq the entire range of llRMwelphr and silk fahrlcdin the Illustration bnnnnn yellow cashmere is l with nn efTectlw amt harmonizing banding but AFTBKXOO oovra while tho yellow Is a favorite color al the nprlcot similes nro greatly In vogue white Is always correct null there nlso a great innny darker and mo servlccablo shades which might be sag gested Innddltlon to the cashmere veiling taffeta nail the HUe will b found In every way desirable The wnlst Is a singularly desirable one nud can be utilized both for the many sofi silks und also for the lingerie materials which are so well liked for Bcparnti blouses Ill this last Instance It wouli be trimmed with embroidery or lac banding In j laco of the heavier sag and makes au exceedingly dainty nni charming blouse n Not In lib Cnr 1th my lad the early bird gets tli worm I I guess ley has boss I been ndlij gin bait here since 4 oclock an1 am got none yetNcw York World Jewelry Without Owirb Do you know naked a promlnen man In tho Jewelry trade la Maldo Inns that there tire thousands ot 110- 1lars perhaps hundreds of thousand worth of unclaimed Jewelry rcposln In tins safes and safety deposit vault of goldsmiths and Jewelers These vnluablo articles consist el thcr of jewelry left to be repaired nm which has never been called for be cwiso of forgetfulness or because tt owners have siiddpply cfttho land o tho living without Ipaylpfj any rPPflit of tile valuables Many nn executor o a tangled estato will be glad to get tbl hint Lost November I had two relative of persons who wore killed In the Bio cum finally trace heirlooms tt me So far ns my records show m patrons left articles to be repaired nm shortly afterward the lire destroyed al records of the transfer I nm nlwayi glad to let rid of these left overs no only because I wish th9 sash value 01 repairs but also because they art ro gamed as hoodoos Now York Tress A Society Item nr I After the party nt Lady 7q tiling were kept going until u Jato iJQHrV London Sketch Special irointsccherH Rates via Southern Hallway January 2nd Ilncl1Gthand February Gth and 20th tho Southern Railway will sell llomeseekcrs Tickets to the West and Southwest at low rates The bouthoru Railway is th9 faerfJcltfromIf you contemplate a trip to any point West or Southwest be sure to call on or address ua before making your arrangements All communications receive prompt attention H C King CT A J F Logan T P A 111 East Main St Lexington Ky IUBLICSALE I will at one oclock at tho court house steps on Monday February 19th 1JOG county court tll0highesting ono hundred and thirty two acres of land lying ono and onehalf miles south of Mt Sterling with Levee turnpike dividing same into two tracts of 87 and 45 acres each I shall offer first tho 45 pairofpike then the s7 acres of well im proved land nil modern nod necessary conveniences splendidmilk house c ntcd in and outside at kitchen u now stock barn and splendid y z orchard of Five kinds of fr This is one of the best located and besfwatcrcd farms in the Statewntered by seven springs I will then otter farm as- a v1iolcrvthQ highest bid being Tcrnlsoncthirdcash and bal ance in one and two years from date of sale deferred payments to bear 0 per cent per annum inter est find to be secured by a lien re tained upon the property Purchasers will bo permitted to pay ns much cash ns they desire B F Chenault 1215 nt Sterling Ky Tester QDmmissJoijers Sale BREATUITT Cinccir COUK- TAbrelin Marcurn Guardian I vs Plaintiff Nellie Flnnnery o Defendant Equityroa nnd Cire5 the above styled cause at its reg l ular October term 1905 I shall t proceed to offer for sale at the JncksonlBrenthitt Janunryt regularitt County Court between the hours of 12 oclock in and 2 oclock p m tho following described real property lying and being i UreathStt County Kentucky on tho waters of Howards Creek and boundedand described as follows Beginning on a rock marked B S on tho north bank of the Mar cum fork of Howards Creek n tributary of the north fork of th Kentucky river about 800 feet above the forks of said creek on the lino of the lands of Lee Denton thenco S 3530 W 6G8 feet to ft black oak S4330 W IG O feet to n chestnut S W 73- e feet to two small sourwoods on point corner to the land of JoIn Davidson thence with said David t sons line S 17 15 W 232 feet to n blackoak S 64 15 w 176 feet to n stake n 87 30 w JJQ3 foot to n chestta wood n 74 IS w 22 foot to a ma pie s 72 45 w 259 foot to n sour- wood8 n 73 30 w 2Q6 feet to II a chestnut on n knob s 55 w 39 71 feet to a small dogwood s 66 30 w 198 feet to a black jacks 11 15 w I 190 feet to a chestnut oak and small hickory s 845 c 206 feet to f two hickories corner to tho land 1 olninswith tho land of Arrowood s 52 15 w 200 feet to n chestnut oak 5 s 57 30 w 150 foot to a cross on rock s 59 w208 feet to a stake I 49 15 w 141 feet to n chestnut s 62 w 216 feet to a largo black onl I withold marks s 59 45 w 109 fee J to a chestnut s 63 w 272 feet to a t chestnut oaks 54 30 w 264 feet to n slake s 78 45 w 2QG foot to n chestnut oplli n 81 110 w 805 feet to a black pale n TO w 290 feet to u chestnut stump n OQ 80 w 70 feet ton chestnut oak s 68 30 w 554 feet to n stake s 71w 322 feet to a cross on a rock near a small hickory s 86 w 230 feet to n chestnut oak cornerto the land of J R Newton Arrowood nnd with big line le plpg the lino of Jasper Arrowood n 76 15 w 258 feettohickory anil double clieslnutj n T2 45 w 1Y9 foot to a stake on a knob 138feetto n stare n 65 30 w 199 feet to a stake n 59 30 w64 feet to a double hicKory n 5251 w 183 feet to a staKe n 51 w 137 feet to a stake tutwolienjaminMcIntosh ing tho line of J R Newton Ar rowood n 183 w 95 feet to ft lq oust n J71 w 244 fcpt to w hlcl ory n 511 w f4S feet to a dead pine n 79 15 w 110 feet to n chestnut Ii 0745 w20g foot to ft pino a H5 50 w 104 foot to a stare n 84 30 w 105 feet to a small sourwood n 78 05 w 508 feet to a small hicKory s 79 80 w 97 feet to a hicKory n 84 w 128 feet to a staKe n 74 50 w 238 feet to n white oak corner to land of Leo Combs and with his rholntoshtory Q H5 o 202 foot to a stako n 3215 e JQl feet to a stake I n 17 43 o 1U feet to a pine by a large rook n 9Q e Ifln feet to a Urge black Jftokj n 80 iSelQKeetto a maple on a large rock n 15 15 w 807 tent to a stake j n 13 w lOT feet to two pnein 28 45 e 100 feet to a stakes n 17 46 a lea feet to a stake by a flat 4ock n 20 30 e 40J I feet ton stake n 0 e 141 font to n clieitnut oak corner to land of Alfred lichen and on his line lenvliiK the line of Lee Oumb s 83 e 142 fowl to a walnut s 82 15 e 120 fret to a stake n SO 30 o 101 relit to a pine n 75 H 2 0 feet to n stake n HO e 210 fret to n pine nnd chestnut n 33 n 202 feet to n munll hickory n 00 80 II 1R1 fet to n stake n 65 45 o 182 teen to n black Jnuk n 51 SOe 133 ret to n Urge chestnut onk n OS o 163 feet to a stake n j1t 1ft fret to n stake u 80 o 1M feet ton stake r 83 e 112 rat to n tninll chest nut oak a 77 e ISS pol n to a black junk n 63 30 e 209 pule to a cliuatnut n 46 Vj e 04 feet to a oltettiiut oak n 51 80 e 107 feet to a cross on a rook n 50 SOe 00 feet toit chestnut under a Urge rock n 50 30 e 01 feet to a pine n 07 e 100 motto a stake n 29 30 c 128 feet to n stake n 130 w 73 feet to a cross on a rock n 14 w 225 feet to a chestnut oak n 8 30 w 170 feet to a chestnut n 10 n 08 feet to a stake n 14 o 151 feet to f chestnut oak and hickory n 17 30 o to a chestnut n 1 30 w 145 feet to a chestnut n 18 45 0 100 feet to across on arockn 31 15 o 78 feet to a stake s 87 o 61 feet to a lo cust s 8115 o 75 feet to a cross on a rock n 86 30 e 66 feet to a red bud n 74 45 o 122 feet to two hickories n 75 45 o 177 feet to a black jack n 66 30 0 120 feet to a small hickory n 50 15 o 150 feet to cross on a rock n 58 30 o 129 feet to a large chestnut oak n 87 15 c 124 feet to a hickory n 78 30 o 168 feet to n chestnut oak s 87 15 o 177 feet to a small white oak n 43 15 o 176 feet to a chestnut oak corner to land of Mary Spicor and with her line leaving land of Alfred llollon n 72 o 493 feet to a largo chestnut oalen 2730c 414 feet to a flat rock n 37 15 o 280 feet to n stake corner to land of Kentucky I Union Land Co andwith their SlJiIpino on a knob slfi w 539 feet to I a pine s 15 o 364 feet to a stake I s 37 0911 foot to a chestnut oak on tho ridge in head of first right p hand fork of Marctim Forkof Howards Creek n 73 30n 419 feet to n black oak n 55 30 e 147 foot to a stake n 61 45 o 560 feet to a small chestnut oak on knobs 56 15 nI1513 feet to a rock on a high knobs 60 0 62G feet to a hickory s 88 30 o 142 feet to a stake n 83 e 211 feet to a chestnut oak on knob be tween Cano Creek Doty Shoal Branchand Howards Crook cor ner to Doty Shoal tract n 4730 e eja n 30 o highknobchestnut oaks 64 45 c 171 feet to a hickoryS 31 30 o 256 feet to a 278 foot to a black Thomasaloovingthopany thoneo a 42 13 e 148 foot to a stake s 40 15 o 107 feet to n stake a 4Q e 105 foot to a black jacks 49 30 e 187 feet to a dog wood sapling a 65 BO o 132 feet to a on the point s 42 o 212 0100La on a point B 13 80o 258 feet to a stake B 88 30 o 00 feet to n sycamore in tho mouthof Shoal Branch on south hankor tho North Fork of tho Kentucky rivor GambillsItho land of Thomas ChRnuya 55 w984 foot to n dogwood 34sw n a theEchestnut oak on tluuido oldie hill w 08 foot to n small red oaka 70 ID w U27 toot to a stake s 71 80 w 298 feet to n rod oakn li4w 252 feet to a stake n 43 30 w 821 feet to a sassafras w 170 feet to a locust n 70 15 w 212 feet to a stake n 74 w 122 foot to a sour woodon point between Doty Shoal Branch nn4 W E Qambills Uranoh thonoo n 57 15 w 21i loot tots hickory and ohoatnut oak on rlilgo III tho hood of Doty Shoal flra 0hl thonoo a 67 45 w 280 feet to II small hickory a 45 w 320 feet to n loonst a 12 45 w 801 feet to a black oak by a Urge rock on a knob thence I 5 30 e 704 foot to a black oak on a knob a 6t e 3C8 feet tea red oak I and rourwood a 8 15 e 375 feet to a rbtl onk 1 10 45 e 134 feet tq a make i 45 15 e 871 feet tu n double maple I 11 if tt lot to a black oak on a ridge corner to the land of Lee Denton and with lilt line leaving the line of VK Qainblll j thence i 48 W 120 teat to a red oak on the aids of the hill i 41 w HO Peps In a white oak j I 80 80 w 284 fret to a ted oak on the tide of the hill thence a 83 30 w 410 feet LO the begin ning I containing 710IQ aorei by actual mrvay Said property will be told at Public Auction to the hlghait end belt bidder and till purchaser will be required to give bond for the purchase monol- Ith approved security bearing inter est from date of sale and having the andIprice end interest Bidders must be prepared to comply promptly with these tornu Gout of suit Coihmlislpntri cotta f Total 1 J Y OARDWELL M G B 00 DAY BROS =COMPANY= Wholesale and Retail have the most complete stock of GENERALMERCHANDISE I Ever brought to jackson Consisting of DVfJ GOdJS itt INf i- Irotiucj I UQlIlSv G D fiiWe have the finest lute of shoes in EustIorn Kentucky Our mens shoes are of the latest stleIFor the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy THE LATEST DESIGNS IN MILLINERYThis man agement of Miss Margaret Basket who can show you 0 t The Latest Style Hats direct from New York City Also GOODSIn f from the Eastern Markets If you need any House Furnishings or FURNITUREWe are the people you are looking for we have it by car loads to suit 41 every body Come and see us our 4 uMiiiiriiNKuiNUiiiiiiHiPI maunltuuutuuatllauttxutntmmltlunuuttnnntlntnttttutut lllltltMlUlitlltl l PAY BROS I COMPANYJ- ackson Kentucky M The Breathitt News Published Every Friday CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAR J WISE HAG INS EITn- LLocalt and Personal Fresh Oysters at Clarence Hml dens S 4 v Take advantauoof our subscrip f tion otTers today J M OsbornH Reduction Sale now going on lBorn Jan 0 tq Dr IF L Ra f der and wife n uirl Stop with Hart Bros at Reed hotel when in Lexington Boys gut ono of those Suits t 521W and S5J98 at J M Ouborns Capt P W Fletcher was in Cincinnati tho first days of this f week Q H Smith has been appointed deputy marshal of the town of Jackson Miss Bottio Cope of Taulbee was visiting friends in town dur lug the week f The new administration is caus ing tho blind tiger people to lead a strenuous life M S Cram has been at Hazard the past week looking after his storo at that place K A Ilornbrook was called to Lexington last Saturday to see his brother who was very sick The party that borrowed my meat saw will please return it CL UKSOK UAUDKN D It Clark has sold his land on the Pan Howl branch to tho Ken lucky Saw Mill Company for i GOO cash IMrs Minerva L Hagins left for Tampa Via I to visit her sister Mrs Dr JO llamblin J B McLin and daughter Maurine loft last Saturday to visit Mr McLins parents at Hose Hill Virginia A II Patton is at Frankfort this week representing lion John Grilllth in the contest caw of Munoy vs Griflith Rev W II Setzor has returned willIday Sunday school at 980 a m Mr and Mrs J S Head are vis 1 iting in Chattanooga M Paxton Davis of Morehoad is acting chin during Mr Heads absence Noble Noble lava moved their store front the house formerly occupied j by Green Hack to the new house recently built by S E Put ton on Broadway Joseph JlI1 ins wife and daugh ter who have been visiting Mr and Mrs Win H Hagins and other relatives returned to their homo at Shcphcrdsville last week J E Lang has sold and finished shipping last week his cntvo stock of staves lie says that this is his first entire cleanup sipco he began business hero several years ago Irb Hall was on last Monday appointed Constable ofMagisterial District No 1 to lilt the vacancy caused by tho failure of Thomas Robinson who was elected to qualify Irvino McDaniol of Rousseau r brought us a squash last week that weighed 121 pounds This is tho largest squash that has every been grown in this county to our knowledge The contract for tho privilege of collecting tollon tho Jackson bridge from Feb 1 100G to Fob 1 1007 was awarded to Hiram Centers for 3700 Ho will take possession Feb 1 Mrs T B Sturdivant will leave next week for Mississippi where she will join her husband who is in the lumber business there They have rented their residence on Highland avenue to A F Lyon who will shortly move into it examining trial of Take IThoand Green Noble charged murder of Grant Holliday I was concluded Saturday evening Jake was hold in a bond of 5000 and Jove in a bond of 2000 for F their appearance before the Breath itt Circuit Court at tho February to answer any indictment ftermmay be found against them o for said charge and Green Noble was discharged DICK C1IANEY ARRESTED For Plundering Kversolo Sons Storo Others Suspected I On last Friday night the store I of Eversolo Son was broken in to and robbed of several suits of I clothes and other merchandise I They broke into tho store through I ono of the back windows The I thieves hid a considerable part of the clothing in a bank of sawdust i near J W Fords mill which f gomo children found on Sunday while at play That night W L Eversolo and Robert Davidson waited in a building near by and when Richard Chancy came to I look for tho goods they placed him I under arrest and delivered him to I Jailer James L Little Ho was brought before Judge Cardvrcll Monday for trial but he waived J examination and was held in a I bondof 600 for his appearance before tho circuit court to answer I any indictment that may be found I against him on said charge in default I of which ho was sent to jail It is thought that somo other parties were engaged with him and the ofllcers arc following up every clue available to apprehend i them This is a crime almost un known to our courts but several complaints have been turned in lately Tho ofliccrs seem to think they have got about evidence enough to send the whole gang to the penitentiary where they properly belong Chancy is n brother of Bud Clmnoy now serving a sentence in tho penitentiary for manslaughter Bridge halls Into tho River The bridge of the Kentucky Lumber Veneer Co across the river a mile anda half below Jackson collapsed under a loaded train Tuesday afternoon and five loaded cars together with the en tire span of the bridge between the two abutments went into the river The locomotive had just cleared the defective portion when the span went down and the engi neer together with two ladies who were on tho engine with him wore almost miraculously snwds Two men John Robinson nnda colored man named Caudill were on the cars that went down and were severely bruised but it is not believed their injuries will prove fatal The loss of tho bridge and tho loaded cars will probably amount to many thousands 31abnl Jett Dies from Burns Mabel the four ycar old daugh ter of Mr and Mrs Will Jett was horribly burned frbm an open grate Wednesday morning from which she died Thursday morning The child had been left in tho room alone and the attention of the mother was attracted by its screams when sho rushed in and found the childs clothing in lames Physicians wore summoned immediately but the burns were so serious that medical aid couldnot reach them Mrs Jctts hands were severely burnt while trying to extinguish the flames Funeral services were held at tho house Thursday afternoon conducted by Rev W W Powell assisted by Revs Setzer and Pros ton Marriage U cnsesITho following marriage licenses have been issued during tho past week Jeff Lynch of Hoonovillu and Miss Lydia Vires of Elkatawa Ellmnan Stacy and Miss Sophronia Craco both of Rousseau Keene Mann and Miss Mary Allen broth of Oukdalo John Conly of Jack son and Miss Gertrude Spencer ofRobbins WILL BEGIN JANUARY 26 Our now story The Two Van revels will begin week after next It was written by Booth Tarkinton the author of tho Gen tleman from Indiana the story we ran in our columns last year Wo know you will like the story Youslnnild begin with the first is sue anti keep up with it NOTICE Wo have moved to the big now store built by S E Patton on Broadway next door to John Watts Nicest place in town Itare bargains and a big welcome for everybody Remember tho place and dont fail to call Yours truly l2U Nonus NOBLE Tho Board of Trustees of the Town of Jackson organized Jan 1st by selecting S II Stidham Chairman M S Crain Clerk and J S Head Treasurer LSJ L1ryL7LJ L1nC iffiS1 CLOCKSSILVERWARE m SILVER NOVELTIES CUT GLASSUMBRELLAS and all kinds of FIRST CtPsS JEWECRY- S m D IM FLEENORi 52525252ii5 IOLEnIlONEYAKDTAR tt1r cAUdrvitf taff aura Re oplatta ififmv past beyond patronageI REDUCTION SALE JMOSBORNSSTOR Street Jackson Ky Grand Opening Thursday AN 1 Conducted by C C ONeill Co Chicago We inpof HIGH GOODS for the next 10 of Mens and Ladies and Gents Furnishing Goods TravelingCaps Gloves and Mittens Hosiery fie Ladies Childrens and Mens Underwear Suit Cases clescopo Cases fie Ladies Childrens Babies and liens Shoes Overshoes Boots Felt Overs do all and JO you one better NOTE A SPECIAL PRICES Mens 12 and 10 Suits I now Snnd 11 Boys 5 and 0 Su- itsnow3 49 and3 OS Boys Knee Pants Suits 2 f0 and 3 now l CO and 2 48 Mcns Odd Pants worth 3 00 and 3 50 now2 25 and 2 75 liens Corduroy Pants worth 3 00 now 315 Mens Dress Shirts worth 175 to 2 00 now125li- ens Shirts worth 100 to 1 25 now 70e liens Shirts worth 50c and GOc now30clio-ns Fleeced Undershirts and Drawers worth GOc now30cB- oys Union Suits worth GOe now 30c Ladies Fine Fleeced Union Suits worth 1 25 now 70c Ladies Fine Fleeced Pants and Vests worth GOc now 30c Wm Strong of Viper was in town last week on legal business John K Patrick returned Thurs day from a visit to relatives in Winchester and Stanton Miss Lillio Hurst copyist in the county court clerks office spent Sunday visiting her homo at Pcartree Mr and Mrs L Myers gave a delightful entertainment Wednesday on Nelson avenue in honor of Mr and Mrs Everett Back and Mr and Charles Byrd two couples of Cannel City Ky Tho house was beautifully deco rated with holly similar das flowers An elaborate supper tc served covers laid for four teen and the favors wore of white satin filled with bonbons From a loving cup th guests drank to tho health of th fair brides and tho bridegrooms tho was a very happy one for nil Lexington Deader I r 1 1 1 1 lwiklU many IIi nds and custo ji mers for the trade I have enjoyed d mug the year which hasbeen r y e pectations and I wish to say that fstore will carry a larger and more complete linjn future L t rt r i J R BLAKE 1 4j tI 1 1Ay roth lL 1 1 r- I1 q l 10 1 For Ten Days Only at Main jj Sale n GRADE at g Boys Clothing Rubber c We w advertise then FEW J Mrs Ladies Outing Flannel Night- Gowns G3c Infants Cups worth 30c nowlOc Little Boys Caps17oLa- dies Umbrellas worth 1 50 now 1 00 Ladies Fancy Collars and Hand at less than cost SHOES AND RUBBERS f Mcns Fine Shoos worth 1 50 and 5 00 O375an 4 25 liens Medium Shoos worth 3- and 3 50 now 2 25 had 2 75 liens Work Shoes worth 2 and 2 50 nowL 05and i 35 Stout liens Shoes worth 3 50 and t 00 now 3 and 3 25 liens High Top and Water proof Shoes worth 4 00 95nowliens Buckel Artics1 05 Mens Heavy Felt Overs worth 2 25 now1 G9 50no3 now89Lad- ies REMEMBER THE PLACE J M OSBORNS STORE JACKSON KY 3 foster lgrSale Conduced by CC Ooill COJ Chicagc wedding slippers and evening kerchiefs Fugitives Captured Boone Barnett who shot and killed Burns Patrick near lien Bricks Magoflin county on De cember 2G was lodged in tho jail at Salyorsvillo Tuesday Ho was arrested in a bnrn in Floyd coun ty Ho had been hiding in the mountains ever since tho killing and his feet were badly frostbitten Dan Lockjieart was shot and killed by Monroe Elkins near Lane Wolfo county last week Elkins was engaged in n quarrel with an old man named Kidd and Lockhcart interfered Elkins then turned and fired upon Lockheart Elkins escaped to Breathitt county where ho was arrested and taken to Campion and an examin ing trial before County JudIO- II Center Ho was over to the grand jury in the sum of beforeI liens Heavy Rubbers worth The now 50 Mens Heavy Rubber Boots worth 3 50 now2 7 Ladies Fine Shoes worth 4 7 Ladies Medium Shoes worth 2 50ftnd 3 50 now 1 75 and 2 7i Misses Medium and Fine Shoes worth 2 50 and 2 25 now 1 05 and 18 Childrens Heavy Shoes worth 125 to 1 50now 1 and 111 Babies SoftSole Shoes worth COc now 30i Ladies Buckel Arties worth 1130 Rubbers worth OOc now GO Ladies Rubber Boots worth 2 25 now 17 Childrens Rubbers worth 40e now W cf being given bound Announcement Cards are out announcing the marriage of Miss Eilio Creng and Rev William Harvey Setze- which is to take place at the home of tho brides parcntsnear Cecilia at 2 oclock p m Wednesday January 24 Tho brido elect is tho attractive daughter of Mr and Mrs R K Creager and is a pretty and poplar u girl The groom to be is a well knos young Baptist minister now hav ing charge of this Baptist church at Jackson Kand we predict bright future before him The I young couple belong to two of the woIthem well They will make their home at Jackson after Feb 10 Elizabethtown News R 0 Davis manager of the JacksonHazard Telephone Co was hero Monday looking aft the interests of Clio company t a9ll1 1 A GOOD PLACE 1 1 TO BUY DRUGS II- t J A good place to buy Drug is whore accuracy and ff 1exporioncp prevail 116lVll1AU TILE LX t 1uOurin every way if you bring rescrittion1 No one in this store is idlov o handle a 1Itccted who is not thorou nt DRUGS ANDailjMICALS M Itlarc tho only kind we use hero in compounding J tffj- ip 11 RELIABLE RUBBER GOODS 3K Shoulder Braces Trusses Supporters llmdllgcq wt and Crutchoe In Patent Iedicincs Svo keop every tjiing called for in this market If you call for t W something trnfln not have in stock we will get It t n- W for you without extra charge v lI WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF W 1m FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCOSo 1a111 1l1V IEEEEEEEEr EE6 EEfEEEEE-Y c52S2S25 Z52525Zr2s25uc52525Z52 s rn R M 14ELY 4 MAXUFACTUUER AND DEALER IX f MARBLE AND GRANITEn Monuments and Tombstones Satisfaction guaranteed Call or wrno for prices and save money by buying from usv22 YEARS EXPERIENCE JACKSON BREATHITT COUNTY KENTUCKY a5zrszzsr525252525 252S2525 sJ BEST HOTEL IN TilE FREE BUS TO and FROST CITY y DEPOT ARLINGTON HOTELS t I o S TAULBEE PROP JACKSON KY GOOD LIVEUY STABLE IN FIRST CLASS SAMPLE CONNECTION ROOMS c i 5 lihfoa lzg91ewspapoT 5 01 rho ffilua Srass = z jCextngton Jfferald 5 fjiJ5qoa 2ear ffpaid in advance on ork-c bofero fcInJry 15 l9tJ6 Steyularyiaioa fa J0uliXrsoclaifld Zrross eports- c Comic Supplement aiia Qpoleys Letters for 1906 c Daily drain Produce lItock Market Reports from alP the eading citieli The most OI neighborhood news Tho 5only dailytat covers all f tho happenings of Central Ken tut y AdC ocTHE LE LM0NH 1D CO Lexington Ky S a Tt Bu MansT Line T 4EEN 7 Louisville E anssvllla St Louis11 and i ou hwest 4 e ti3A trLOUISVILLE HENJIEBSON ST LOUIS BY J rB11PULLMAN SLEEPERS CARStFSpecial Round tri1ti Ioiii eekers Rates to southwest and west first and thud TIosdnya JIqtt and February 1006 Special Tourist Rates t olorado Texas Mexico and Now Mexico on sale daily until 80 Limit to return May 81 1006 Secondclass Colonist Eanfcta southwest Tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays o JanuaryFebruary 1900 M nAS hfl J R RATESr J II GALLAGHER w L J IRWIN Trnyelin Pas3oo btrt1 sl General Pnssonger Agent Feathersili Quills Wanted Wft 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 righter BrJshtoa SUtlon The P R Mitchell CO ClwlflMtl ail i ik 41 L A friend of Her rOUt- llSIor mercys sake dont put me near 1d111IonsC said airs Lookyoung to ther tr1end aWiy noU said the other lies iawMMy Interesting ltikuoty l4 saId airs okroUng butIaei e dinnerr1jut kRth bIUrts out Sea rttiumberbnck In the ofd pioneer ay sDetroit Ireo her- seti roo 1 I7attery dill I i s c l- ci Ifj a r R b TfrW She Do you believe in hypnotism lie When you look at mo 1 do jStomach Troubles and Coastlpii tlonalr Chamberlains Stomach ismllWver Tablets are the belt thing for stomach troubles and constipation I have ever sold saps J L Cullman a drogglat of Pottetvllle Mich Thtty are oaiy to stake arid always dive satisfaction I tetlrmr customers to try them and if notTsatistaetory to come back and get their money but have never had a complaint For sale by Jackson Drug Co I The following la from the North China1 Herald Whoa their majesties recently left Eho park for Peking there were In the Imperial cortege six Im penal sedan chairs exactly alike all occupied and borne by thejsame num ber of men as usually their majesties sedan chairs t1ionI7 ex ception being that no ono knew which of these six Imperial sedan chairs con ktelned either tho empress dowager emperor or empress This was of course to confuse any would be an archists k For coughs and colds no remedy Is equal to Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tarthe Liquid Cold Cure It li different from all othersbetter be cause It expels all cold from the aye tern by acting alt a cathartic on the bowel Gives strength to weak lungs Affords immediate relief In croup cough colds etc Sold by Jackson d Drug Co I S iJolin W Gates was recently asked to 7n Up on the market and Is said to have replied as follows You young tel Iowa had better keep out of tho mar 1ketaa It will not do you any good you go out the senior member of I tho firm will ask bow much that young man Is worth Then some one will say Oh about 100000 Then the senior member will gay Well leave bl- mabouto9o v- Perfection can only be attained lr the physical by allowing nature to ap proprlate and not dissipate her ownre- I sources Cathartics gripe weaken dUMpate while DeWitts Little Earl moors simply expel all putrid matter and bile thus allowig the liver to aa sume normal activity Good for the complexion Sold by the Jackson Drug Co Ila doesnt believe that advcrtls meats tell the truth Plttsburg Die patch Iii Jlgestion Is easily overcome by the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure because this remedy digests what you eat and live the stomach rest allows It to iecuj erate and grow strong again Ko dol relieves indigestion belching of get sour stomach heartburn etc apd enables the digestive organs to y st transform all foods tutu the kind of rlnh red blood that makes healthand strength Sold by Jackson Drug oO- lf4 Great Sport nee Jlmiule Occ Die Is an excltln game seela how cleat I kin hold my candy to de kid wldout his glttln Itl= Now York Journal One Minute Cough Cure coatalns not in atom of any harmful drug and it has been curing coughs colds croup rid whooping dough so long that It hn proven Itself to bi a tried and true frleniHo the many who uu It fold by tho Jackson Drug Oo S Ii CHOICE MISCELLANY TVork of ft Braver Colony If the beavers continue their work on a dam across the North Fork Just above tho bridge across the river east of Hotchklss they will ultimately cause several thousand dollars worth of damage to property In that vicinity when high water comes m the spring At present the little follows have nearly twenty feet of their work completed and the water Is rushing against It without appreciable damage Mr Thomas Dlackwcll who has a lease on the iletcnlf property wrote to the state game warden asking what I can be done about the matter the lawI not allowing beavers to be killed The warden replied that the beavers belonged to the state but a permit could be granted for f1 to kill ten or twelve beavers provided they were doing damage but that the pelts must be carefully prepared and shipped to the warden tot sale whereupon one hal of the proceeds will be returned for tho trouble In catching them A dam such aa the beavers build will back tho water up on to tho Met calf property and wash away a large part of the place Besides that the beavers are cutting down a large num her of trees now on the place and situated so near town the growth Is of some value North Fork ZICan Times A Thousand Dollars Worth of Good- A II Thurnes a well known coal operator of Buffalo 0 writes I have been afflicted with kidney and bladder trouble for years pasting grav el and stones with excruciating pain I got Foley Kidney Cure then the result was surprising A few doses started the brick dust like fide stones and now I have no pain across my kid neya and I reel like a new man It has done me 1000 worth of good Jackson Drug Co gilts So wI am going to make all this fruit Into for pies announced the housewife Now wouldnt that Jar your mur mured the peach to ute applet Balti more American Chronic Constipation Cured One who KuCTorj from chronic conch Is In danger of many serious ailments Orino Laxative Fruit Syr up cures chronic constipation as it aids digestion and stimulates the liver and bowels restoring the natural action of tlifise organs Commence taking it to day and you will feel better at once Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does not ran crate or gripe and Is very pleasant to take Refuse substitutes Jackson Drug GJ Tenant of Her Heart esI thought you said you loved Jim from tho bottom of your heart JoaSo I do Teas And yet you keep on flirting with Tom and Tlck How can you If youreally love Jim from the bottom of your bc rt7- JessWell theres still room at the top ion know Washington Star ChnmberlalnstCouirh Remedy Absolutely Ivxrmlcss The fault of JW children meii eineibontainings loul substances Is sometimes mop diVeitrous than the disease fro l tie are suffering j Every mothers ldiw that Cham bsrtaln Cough UamaVy Is perfectly j safe for chlldrerito takp It contains noLhingharmfu d to uhs colds eroup it un liked For snit by Jackson Drug C Disappointed l Dear me she said when also was Inbgduced to the aspirins yoig su- jhorlent It funny how people will east I bad pictured you to my felt J somehow llkoOio hero of your Btorrd I fla 9th Awl dout WU nd any resemblance 4 J of a bit You described 11fn as being handi ont and witty go RecordHerald- t iJCj icr Ills lUothor of JtheuIIIRoO tlsm w- hM has been a sufferer for manyjears frm rheumatism taps IV Howard O Husband Peon tAt Cities she was unable to move at alliwple at all times walking was presented her with a bot tlejfjtjjbhamberlaln Pain Balm and er else decided It whet ha most wonderful pain reliever she tiever tried in fact she is never wlthou 4It now and Is at all times ably r0 ktAn occasional application of ftatorjalm keep away the pain that she Wftifdfjiisrly troubled with For tale by Jackioji Drug Co Dog Wonted A last anniversary of the Che tishlr Dlshop Drcwswr told ot a m who apologized for the shorter Iris sermon by explaining that bJa ig had chewed up tho first And lass ages of his manuscript where sq little boy In the congregation boord roo exclaim Say I wish- boilydRtte our minister a purp Ll Magazine +blinbcrlainji Cough Remedy Jtho Best Made riy4pfnionChamberlslnsCough tem iithe bet made for colds ails Cora Walker of Pottervllle Qty here Is no doubt about Its beI- ng tile best No other will cure a coltfsp quickly No other is so sure a preventive of pneumonia No other Is to pleasant and safe to take These are good reasons why It should be preferred to any othor The feat Is that Utr people are satisfied with any other alter having onoe used this remedy For taU by Jtakiop Drug Co yCures i + HUMOR OF TIlE HOUR Yo slrep ror hour Small Nancy aged four had n doll to whlcir sBo was devotedly nttnchctL It could open all hut Its eyes and every night Nancy trmk It to bed with her carefully coslngtlt3 eyes before tie Cght was turned one day the doll as dolls from tftfto Immemorial have boon known fq dovmet with an accident which placed the eye shutting mcchnulsm out of business and left It with not only widely and permanently opened optics but badly damaged ones as well At Intervals during the re nmhidcr of the day Nancy pleaded to have her dolly cured but nothing was successful At bedtime when she had donned her nightdress and started for her little bed her mother saw she had forgotten the doll and reminded her of It saying But Nannie youve forgotten your baby She wont be able to sleep useless you take her to bed with you as usualTo her mothers amused astonish merit Nancy throw a half contemptu one look over her shoulder at tho doll recumbent on a chair nnd said Oh whats tho use She cant ekes anyway Who ever heard of onybodj sleeping with their eyes wide open Fhlladelphla Ledger FREE TO OUlt READERS Botanic Blood Balm for tile Blood If you suffer from ulcers eczema scrofula blood poison cancer eatinf sores itching skin pUnpleu bollt lone pains swelling rheumatism catarrhs or any blood or skin disease we advise you to take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Especially reoom mended for old obstinate deep eeated cues cures where all else falls heals every sure makes the blood pure and rich gives the skin the rich glow 01 health Druggists gl per large bottle Sample sent free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice sent ii sealed letter Medicine sent at once prepaid Auut Ab my dear dout deceive yourself Fine feathers dont malt tint birds Niece Ierhaps not but they inaVo Jolly nice hats Ally Slopers Half Holiday The Original Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a tluoat hud lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Folejs lionet rand Tar many imitations are offered Ijr the genuine These worthless Imi talons hue almlllar sounding names Uwwsre of them The genuine Foley honey and Tar Is In a yellow pioknge Ask for it and refute any substitute It U the best remedy for coughs and colds Jackson Drug Co A nqmnntle Simile They were walking out together on a cloudless night under the light of the big round info which seemed unusual ly bright and beautiful Suddenly h stopped clasped his bands and cried rapturously Ob Mary Look at tho moon tonight Isnt It beautiful magnificent Yes alnt It AVIlllam 1 she replied JustlikeJudy How to Avoid Pneumonia We never heard of a single instance of a cold resulting in pneumonia or other hung trouble hep Foley lion eraod rar has been taken It not only stops the aouglibut heels and strengths piHthe lungs Ask tar foley Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute of ferrsd Dr 0 J lllihoior ApiOWi Mich writes I have used Foley Honey and Tar in three very sever- cages of pneumonia with good results In every case Jackson Drug Co TJirlr colt C nJfHavent llenpeck and his wife set tled their differences about their visit lag cardst x Oh yes Theyre compromised on Mr and airs Maria IIenpeckrhtI adelphla Press More 1rofltuble The Ii4yrVnd you say that you were dolug story work some time ago ShortRtorych1 fumbling Richard Nom aeooufl pto ry Ohleago Nows Kept Her Promlie I hAlt woo whom I plenaet SaId the belle to the beau Though he ant on hti kneesf I thai wed whom I pca el Good I he cried with a squeeze Ooodf you please me you know I shall vrod whom I please SaId the bell to tho btau- New Oriel nt TimesDemocrat An agreeable movement of the bow ell without any unpleasant effect Is produced fcy Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by Jackson Drug Co rottnIlONlYIs ea r gL caul jAes3I1stsie Y M r A Happy Home jn 5 To have a happy home you must have children as theyar great happyhomemakers If a weak woman you M can be made strong enough to bear healthy children with H little pain or discomfort to yourself by tatting i WINE CARDUI A Building Tonic For Women it twill ease away all your pain reduce inflammation cure leucorrhea whites falling womb ovarian trouble disordered menses backache headache etc and m e- chllflrtt natural and easy Try it At every drug store in gico bottles WRITE US A LETTER Put aside all timidity end write ni freely and Irankly lu ttrlctcit confi dance Ulltnf at all your symptoms and trouble We will send tree edrtce In plain sealed envelope how to elm thm Addrtiit Advlnory OCbatttinnoogiTcanoaga Co r Pompous Orator Mr Chairman ia enough dies and gentlemen I have lived long The Crowd Hear hear Hooray Quite right The soothing and comforting RVots of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salv when applied to Piles sores cuts bona etc subdues pain almost Instantly This Salve draws out the Inflammation rr dues swelling and acts as n rubrfn dent thus circulating the blood through the diteaeed parts permitting or aiding Nature to permanently re- mora the trouble entirely Sold by the Jackson Drug Co PPropping an acquaintance Ihlladelphla Bullets One bnttlo ur Smiths Kidney and Nerve tonic cured Marlon Hall of a weak back It was so bad that he couldnt get up when he sat down without being In oontlnous rack of misery for at least one hour Sold bye S H Sttdhom Son Jackson Ky Price f 1 00 per bottle 1 A Long Long Time How long have you been after my daughter Er ovah shies I lost mecrjoiC A reasonable amount of food thor ouglfplJtgegtedand properly asilmi strengtheIf your stomach lea lIuleva Dyspepsia cure will digest what you eat and enable the digestive organs to asMmllatH and transfiirni Fall foods Into tftuuebuildlng blood Kodol re lieves emir itotnanli bnlchltiK heart burn and all form of Indlkcstjon Paid amble and strencthenlnj Sold by the Jackson Drug Co Hand mid Houneivork Sensible young matrons w6u desire to preserve their bands will use p mop for washing dishes The haiids need then never come lu contact w1 11 dish water and may bo kept soft and white Another common scuso scheme for the preservation gf tho Laude U tho wear lag of gloves for housework As a pro tectlou against callous spots On the palms a pair of old gloves may bp Jai aside to wear on sweeping darer FOUND John W Dean had a pain Tnlils back for about five years and It finally be came so great that he could not work and In fact could not walk at times everal physicians failed to ours him but he found a remedy It was Smiths Kidney and Nerve Tonlo For sale by S H Stldham 4 Son Jackson K- yFoLEYMiicNFiTAR IrIeldey Pnveate i UDUE TO CARDUI iand nothing else li toy bAby girl now two weekt old wrltoi iln JlMcit of Webur City Iowa She ti a flat i healthy babe and we are both dolor nicely I am itlll taking Car lul and would not be without It In the house as It Ie a great medicine for women i +r I i x CONSTIPATIONIs terof age and it is just as common a condition among ren as It la with their parents condi tion is far more likely to reach aa acute stage develop seri ously with the little folksbe cause of the difficulty in detecting it Many a child has died from constipa tion or illness arising from it when it might have been saved by the timely use of Dr CaldtvelTsLana tl- eeSyrup Pepsin This is tho greatest remedy known for correcting constipated Dont is affected but administer a dose of the medicine occasionallyYou a perceptible change I for the better a healthy and a livelier disposition- Dr CaldwaUs Syrup Pepsin is u good thing to have in the house because it is good for the whole family Dr Caldwell Syrup Pepsin can be obtained in both dollar and half doUar sues from nil druggists Ir Your money will be refunded if it does not benefit you Your postal card request wilt brtnC by return mall our new t oklt DK ALuWHLLS IlOOK OP WONDERS and fr jnroNe to those who have never tiled Ibis wonderful l temcdr Mother write today PEPSIN SYRUP CO Montlcollo Illinois Sold by JACKSON DRUG CO Biliousness and Sick Headache quickly cured by ORINO Laxative Fruit Syrup 85 it sweetens and tones up the stomach and acts as a gentle stimulant on the liver and bowels It will positively cure chronic constipation ORINO clears the complex ion of pimples and blotches Refuao eUbetltutoe Price COo JAOKSOIff DRUG GO HO KILL THE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITII Dr Kings Kew Discovery PtlceFOil 00 Surest and Quickest Cure for all IILESa New Tourist Car Service Via The Iron Mountain Route Commencing Tuesday Nov Jlst7 npd tlieppaftcr the fret iuitl third Tuesdays of each month wo will operate n through Tourist Cnr ho tweon Louis and Mexico City via the Iron Mountnip + Route pForint further information addros IJ C Townsend G PllJ T A St GnlnglurlP D nati 0 RemedyQijrt I RAILROAD TIME TABLES J Lexington cC Eastern Ry AVINT12U TIMK TAIJLI3- EFFKOT1YK OCTOBER 2J 10t WEST BOUNDNu i No j natty Dally 1U Sunday EX Sunil AM I nILv Jackson OJO 22ft 0 1 K Junction 010 2HO- Ellinlrivvr U SU Jai Oakdale 010 2 40 Athol 0 60 2 60- TnlleRa 7 pl 34 St Helens 710 310- Beattyvllle Jun 720 820 Torrent 7I7 847 Natural Bridge 801 401 Stanton I 8 23 480 Clay Oily 887 489 LAB Junction 910 608 Winchester 923 620 Ar Lexington 1010 606 EAST BOUND No a NO4 lIaUyUPM AM Lr Lexington 225 745 Winnhejter 810 825 IEJunction 822 837 Clay City 850 913 923iTorrent 449 1008 Heattyville Jun 611 1029 St Helena 521 10JO- TulIeRa 63J 1061- AthoJ 641 1069 Oaftfale 048 1100 Elk tawa 001 11 22 OAKJunc 605 1120 Ar Jackson 010 1130 All trains dally except Sunday Trains NOl 3 and 4 make connection at Ilpnttyvllle Junction with L A A Railway for local stations on L A A Italltvay and connect at 0 4 K Junc Slots for local stations on the 0c K Hallway Not 1 and 3 connect at L Jt E Juno ttrlfllgJltC1IAS SCOTT G P A FREE O K Railway Effective May 21ml 10C6 East Bound West Bound 0 IocB 85Nn efnF CE C Fi rNAM LV TU IV IM ABril Aa 710 If50f IIIIII Ort 119 510789 ltI2llultebnan 1290 45i745 198IraCity 1221 446 4ui8k7aIIOI980 235 Jackson 1116 SJQO- AM AR IM An AM LV PM LY Noe land 22 will shake elute con 101aEastern Hallway M L CONLEV Supt Louisville Atlantic Ry Schedule itsedicttee 1 iDea WKST BOUND o4 u r it yIv4Lvp Yar 10Ar41Fkf 00 Ar Valley View 2 O2e 21 Nicliolasville 2 27 II 66 Versnllles 8 26 7 b5 Loulsvllla C 15 10 46 EAST HOUND WLvAr Versailles 9 10 6 10 I NlchuUsvllle 10 20 7 12 Valley Vlnw 1047 7 36 I KIvItlchmond 11 15 I 06 Irvine 12 25 7 Mr M- Ar Beattyvllltt 200 g 01 Lv Beattyvllle 2 40 145- Ar Heattyvllle Junction 8 OU 10 08 Jackson 615 11 80 Kylb I I TO ALL NEW t1- I ISUBSCRIBERS 11 ltoscription worth 50 cents toISOUTHERN AGRICULTURISTNAS- HVILLE TENNESSEE This great semimonthly farm paper goes twice every month into 10000 Southern homes It is edited by Southern men and women to suit Southern conditions and is Just what our farmer need It aa Ewers free of charge any question a subscriber may ask and Its advice is given In a plain practical way which any farmer can understand All departments of farm lIfo are covered Including delightful homeIand childrens pages Sample topics tree at our office IF YOU ARE ALREADY A SUBSCRIBER TO OUR O PAPEftIrenew now and add only 10 cents to our regular and we will GIVE you the 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