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BREATHIT1 COUNTY EV IJWISE llAoiNB Editor and PublisherA = NEWSPAPEB DEVOTED TOTIIK INTERESTS OF EASTKUN KENTUCKY f ONE DOLL u Ptt EAR Jlf ADrA1fOJ 1 I Volume V n Jucksoir Kentucky Friday January 1Tumber 13frj II ttttt TRADE AT TUE Star StorelBIG BARGAIN CENTER F- ORCLOTHING Shots Fats and a icing Line of LADIES DRESS GOODS Skirts Jackets Silk and Woolen Waists and Ladies Trimmed Hats A Handsome Line of Ladies Furs Urunks Csrpttt W1allnys and Silks ftS3iff Cfnf of ffotiona and a Seed jfstorlmtnt of LADIES AND GENTS UNDERWEAR Tho Latest Ptylos in Hens Shirts Moue and Joys Overcoats at Ilodncwl Prices An Elegant Tine of Childrens Cloaks which we are almost giving away Please como and examine our stock and prices Wo have everything usually kept in a Firstohm Department Store Wo can save you tnonoy a shown with plcsltro Highest flirkct Price Paid fur Produce and Pure I I FIRESTEIN EUSTER I pROPnrarrons STAR STORE rCollege Avcnucl JACKSON KY Feathers and Quills Wanted We buy all kinds of Goose 1 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 rightI i BrtehumsuuoH The P R Mitchell Co gecI UPTONOWPrinting i = newfpartment and is prepared to do printing of ovcrv description tho way it should bo done such its HEADSiBILL HEADS MEN1SITIE RECEIPTS MINUTES GAUDS LABELS CIRCULARS INVITATIONS PROGRAMS ETC A neat job and a fair price I always guaranteed Try us if you want to be pleased It lUorK Done il tpromised J WH Henderson Ayres Street Opp Post Ofllae LEXINGTON KY DEALER I- NGrain Seeds Feed Wheat t Barley Oats and Oorr Clover Imllthr Millet Kentucky Blue Grass Orchard Grass Hungarian Hay Straw Hill Feed r For Sale at n Unreal A scholarship in the Interna tional Correspondence Schools at Scranton Pa the same schools that Mr Hoffman represents Also three monthss scholarship in the Bryant Stratton Business Collego at Louisville Call on or address THE BUEATHITT COUNTY NEWS Jackson Ky fOIInKlDlElOORB w11M KIUya tMll r t sr4 Fine Trains to Florida Vln South ern Railway and Queen Crescent Route Florida 1lmltedllaavlnt IouU vllleSti m dally connects at thin- yule Ky with solid train of Pullman Sleepers end veitibulrd coacher via Uliatanooca and Atlanta arriving Jick tonviile at 80 n m and St Augustine 10 a m next day without change Dining car serve sail aieali enroute Florida BpecliU leaving Loiiltrllle 745 p In carries observation ileeper daily except Sunday Louisville to St Augustine vlthout change via Ohatanooga and Atlanta arriving Jaukionvlllu 860 p m and St Augustine at 10 p m oast day From Danville thit it filkl train of Drawing Itoom Sleeper Oompualt oar Observation car etc Uluiiig car serves all meals enroute Via the Land of thu Sky Pullman Steeper leaves Louis villa 745 pm daily running through to Knoxvlll where oonnoction Is 111 lid I st 085 am with through sleeper to Jacksonville via Asheville Ojilumbia and Savannah arriving Jacksonville 0 a m Winter Tourist Ticket good return- Ing until May 31st are now on ealo at Low Hates Variable Tours giving via Ashevilln and Land of the kalld Sapphire Country and returning via Atlanta and Ghatnnuogfi or vice versa For the Land ut tho Sky imd Winter Homes rather handsomely illustrated booklets folders rates etc address any agent of tho Southern Uy or 0 II llungorford D P A Lnuinvlllo Kyl O U Allen A G P A St Louis Mo W 0 Ulnearson 0 P A Q 0 Route Cincinnati = Special itoincsuukortt flutes via Southern Itulhvay January 2nd and 16th and Fob rujiry 6th nnd 20th tho Southern Railway will sell Ilomescokcrs Tickets to tho West and Southwest lit lowrotes Tho Southern Railway is the only lino operating through service from Loxingtqn to St Louis If you contemplate a trip to any point West or Southwest be sure to call on or address us before making your arrangements All communications receive prompt attention H C King C T A J F Logan T P A 111 East Main St uexingtQn Ky- a TO ADVJiRTJSEliS We will accept advertisements on n guaranty that our paper has more than twice the circulation in BrciUhitt County of any pupor published Our paper goes to ov cry post oflico in lorry CountyII and almost every ono in Wolfe and Knott CountiesIITT OOUN1lEWS NEW SHORT STORIES J A Young Lawyer Pint Cue- Judgo JOllies J Hanks the well known Denver lawyer Is a native ot tho south It was In lllrinliigbam Ala that he hung out his first shingle Ior a long while Judge Bunks sat In hits olllce and wondered what a law client looked like He would rend and study to pass the long hours away Every time ho beard footsteps in the hull ho would straighten up assume an air of knowledge and wait only to bo disappointed One day an old negro woman entered his once Is yo do lawyah man she naked Judgo Hanks Immediately was all at tention This surely was a client Ho answered In the ntllrmntlvc Well sub said tho old woman Ai wants ter ax yo advice Now yo sco Ah owes rent on inn house Ah kalnt pay lilt cu do lanlord say he gwlno put me out nex week cf Ah doan fotch round do chsh bats Ah gwlno ter do Mlstnh Ijiwynh Man Judge tanks gave himself over to deep study for n moment then ho told DID All DONE DIUPPED BOllCTHIN1 the old woman that with duo process of law the landlord could bo compelled to give her a months notice The first client was delighted Well now young man she said Aha mighty much crbllged ter yo Yo suhtlnty M smnht Good mohnlnl Hold on came from the young law yet Havent you forgotten some thing Hows dlit1 asked the old negress Did Ah done dropped somethmT- No sold Judge Banks but my fee Is fS You must pay me for that advice The old negress hesitated then she took bold of the door knob illstah she said Ah doan want yo ole device Keep hit Dat rent aint but foab dollahs And out sho went Denver Post In Hard Luck l blot luck only two marbles a Sunday school ticket an n bit apple I tell you Jim dere8 uothln lu dls bandit business no morel St Louis Post Dispatch flailing ninclc Foxci A Maine farmer who raises nothing but foxes claims to have discovered that tho black fox Is not a freak and bo bi proceeding to prove this theory by mixing a black fox from Ohio with n red ono caught In tho Maine woods From the cross ho has a pair of tine black foxes ten weeks old and ns these twins nro not the first ho has raised the same way ho Is confident that In tlmo be may bo able to replace all the red foxes on lily farm and raise for the fur market nothing but tho finest blacks whoso pelts sell for 200 to 300 each Judging from sales made Irttho past tho four black foxes ho line now are entered on his stock list as worth 1000 and bo feels rich lip has the foxes Inclosed by a wire fence sixteen feet high milt running down to the ledge so that the sly rascals cannot dig out Ho feeds tho animals and lets them have tho full run of tho farm which looks like a weed garden with a tow trees growing In It but pays a profit with small outlay for Jaboar Worcester Telegram J t WASHINGTONaLETTER Special Correspondence It hid been determined by the house and senate coinuiIUeesibqrlng the mut ter III charge that theiUrnnildl frieze In the rotunda of tUo Ildtol should be completed ut on early tatel11e unflu lulled coudltlou of UlllIVrkozc hits been an eyesore to the At rlcim tourists nod citizens of WasJilDBtou for many years though It has furnished the most MitcrtaluIiiK bit of description glvpnby capitol gulden The frieze Is about seveuty flvo feet above the main floor of the capitol at the base of the donW Jt depicts scenes In the history of the new world from the time of Its discovery down ton period Just prior to Itcvolutlouary warIt circles the dome with the exception of about fifty feet of blank wall The designs for the variotii scenes are the work ot Drumldl whitstarted to execute them himself but In 1880 he felt from his scaffolding amid hung In a per hues position above the marble floor until he was rescued by a watchman It Is believed the strain resulting from tills experience was responsible for his death which occurred on Feb 4 1SSO Another foreign artist Fllllpo Cos tnggau tried to complete the work un til May 18S9 when the painting was suspended Costaggan had crowded Urumldls figures In order to make room for two scenes of his own de signing Congress would not accept the Costaggan designs and members have been unable to agree on any oth er scenesPrinted n Six Dollar Dill A unique series of combination na tional bunk bills was printed n few ellgrolngIularly the now six dollar bills among the employees of the bureau A plate maker by mistake issued ton printer a plate for one side of a ono dollar bill and u plate for one sldo of a five dollar bill Instead of the two plates of a five dollar bill The work went on all right for about on hour when the girl who assisted the printer In wash Ing the plate after each Impression die covered that the bUJ s printed called for 1 on one side ROO5 on the other and she guvo a sbrle that stopped ev roomJlOUe bills had been printed and these were duly burned and the fact fully established by ally davits that are now smugly on tile In tho archives of the treasury depart ment Adventlit Colony far Capital Leading members of thcSovcnth Day Adventists say that the difference of opinion between Prophetess Ellen G White and Dr John II Ivellogg will result shortly In the removal from Battle Creek of about 3000 members of the church They will come It Is stated to Tacoma Park near Washington where tho church has established a colony The Pike Centennial Representative Brooks hall a talk with the president the other day about the military festival to be held in Colt rado to commemorate tho one hun dredth anniversary of Zebulon Pikes expedition The president showed In terest In this historic event and di rected tho secretary of war to cooperate as far as possible by sending some troops to Colorado next November when the centennial will take place Mr Brooks has Introduced In tho house a bill providing for striking off some medals The president also expressed an interest in Mr Brooks effort to erG ate a national park off the region around tho Itoyal gorge of the Grand Canyon of the Arkansas The JfoTTut nuttleihlpi The few persons who know about the plans for tbo newest battleships for tho navy say that when the plan for dls posing the eight twelve inch rifles which aro to constitute tho main bat tery of the leviathans becomes known it will constitute the greatest sensation In naval architecture that tho world has known since tho successful fight of the Monitor with tho Merrlumc The plan Is to bo kept secret ns long as possibleAn Echo of the Clrll War An interesting incident of the civil war has been recalled by the Introduction In the house of a bill to relm burse tho town of Frederick Md known to fame through Barbara Frcltchle This bill proposes to pay 200000 to the town of Frederick In return for 200000 which was leledIupon it by General Jubal A appears when Early was raiding In the Shenandoah valley country In 1SOI prior to the time of his defeat at Win chester by Sheridan he took posses sion of the town of Frederick and threatened to burn and plllugo the place unless he was given 200000 The sum was paid and the town has been In debt ever since Now It asks to be relieved of its burden The post tlon taken by the Frederick citizens Is that as Maryland did not secede and the town of Frederick was loyal to tho Union in tho civil war it wns entitled to be protected by tho Federal govern ment against hostile acts of tbo Con federatesPioneer Crave Recognition At this late day after the lapse of nearly fifty years the soldiers of Mas sachusetts and Pennsylvania who wero the first to reach Washington In no spouse to the call of President Lincoln for troops on April 15 1801 are seek tug appropriate recognition A bill has been introduced into the house by Mr Pnttersou of Pennsylvania to provide medals for these men Six Massachusetts troops and flvo companies of Pennsylvania militia whose services It Is proposed to recognize hurried to Washington within a few days after President Lincolns call and were roughly bandied by mobs in Baltimore CARL BCHOFIELD rJr yt fl l qv Y LSETheTwoVanreveIsA I BY BOOTH TARKGNGTON Author of The Gentleman from Indiana Monsieur Briucalrf tie Here is a love story to satisfy the most romantics real story about people who might have been real people through whose veins hc red blood stirred al ternately by love and hate surges tumultuously liThe Two Vanrevels says a writer is at least as good as The Gentleman from Indiana and Monsieur Beaucaire put together since it combines all the best elements of both books And this is saying a whole lot rUn9uestionably the best thing Mr Tarkington has done The merits that recommend Mr Tarkingtons novel are an original and engrossing plot a romantic daintiness and grace that give its due to dramatic strength and a well conceived and well developed herovillain New York Mail and Express THE TWO VANREVELS WILL OE PUBLISHED IN THIS PAPER BEGINNING IN OUR NEXT ISSUE FACTS IN FEW LINES Belles of the late Sir Henry Irving are bringing fancy prices In London The manuscript Swinburnes First nook of Ballads hits been sold for 1000 The census returns show that 5000 000 nUll more women are employed In the nations Industrial life All of the houses In a poorer quarter of Honduras capital are of mahogany which wood costs less tlmu pine there Mntliew Fnulds a weaver of Kllmnr nock Scotland has been at hIs loom eighty years Ho Is over ninetynine years old The strike on the Hnsxlnu railways stopped 40000 geese from making their trip to Germany That Is the monthly export to the neighboring empire I Missionaries of the American Methodist church speak no tower than thir tyseven languages There are 0000 of these workers and JCOOOO Christians under them The clever rollers of Seville II1ldleaves Into a cylindrical shape and hides Itself Inside I The dead bodies of prospectors are found day after day In Death valley southern California Always the un fortunates have discarded nil their clothing In the agonies of heat and thirst II The coldest December In eighteen rears at Northfield Vt was that of 1890 when the thermometer stood at 0 above zero on the average The warmest was 1891 when tho average was 81 A Seymour Conn mill recently re ceived n onslgnraent ot 78000 pounds of mohair Tho best quality of mohair i comes from Turkey and Asia Minor Tho Industry Is being fostered In this country but the product Is not of a very fine grade The Nelson ccntenntal called mitten Lion to time ago of Nelsons captains at Trafalgar It not qultetorty Nelsons tug captain was thirtysix One of the commanders was duly twen ty The commander of one of theVfluest battleships was thirtyone 1 When Christmas windows nndnho labor of arranging effective displays Is taken lute consideration the palm should be awarded to a Itumford Falls Me man who used 0000 plus to drape 150 yards ot cheesecloth In one window of the store where he Is em ployed The other day thousands of rats seen running along some of the streets of Paris near the Eastern station They had bocn driven from their haunts by the destruction of an old bridge Many were killed by mean and beast but some of the attacking cats wets killed by the rats A Portland file deputy noticed t pork barrel with n cock In It the other day In ono of the stores He invest gated nnd found n twenty gallon set Into the barrel In such a way thai connection was readily had between the hole In the jork barrel and the our In the keg Tbckcg contained whisky The boycott of British goods In Bengal line since the division of the prov ince taken a more serious form and assaults on Europeans are frequent particularly In Calcutta The students have been warned that If they Join In the political agitation they will be barred front government employment Thoe Awful Dad Lulu Me and mo brudder cant do notbln but what pa sees us Ho can keep his eye on both of us at once WillieMy dads cross eyed too8t Louts Post Dlspatcb T L 1 iJt t FOR THE CHILDREN The Element1 came The players torn n semicircle around the lender of the game who holds In his hand a ball of thread partially un rolled and fastened by a knot leaving a length of thread suQlclcnt for tho ball to reach any of the players to whom he may choose to throw It and enable him to draw It back Immediately Time names of three animals each one In habiting u different one of the three ele ments earth air or watermust be de ride on such ns dog salmon pigeon When time leader touches a paye4lttit- oo ball of thread saying Earth air or water the player must respond Im mediately with tho name of the animal Inhabiting the element For Instance If tho lender says Water Use person he touches Immediate ly replies Salmon Should he reply Dog or Pigeon ho pays n fine net ther of these animals Inhabiting tho water lAdeaddoes so fire not being Inhabited by any nuluini It discovered Should he say Tine elements alj tine player togeth er must proiiounmr the names of time throe nnlmalfl 10CI11ck succession The game lu T played llll fix Ing 011 the nn lies Af any particular ting alms In n case when theoleuler names nil nlIitiplnyer lid touches must r JiidlumcjUateIy wltlr the name of ah inlmojfenow to Inhablt It and hot men ignme nnlnlnl twice von paid of y forfeit 1 JIt tt ltd Jack Tine game o OJd Illlnd Jack causes much fun tm the Children A lArge pumpkin Iscut from yellow paper muslin nnd fastened on a sheet Dtlls e being omitted To each member jl the party Is given a pin and a musft5e The shagf nit ilumpkln are rpl across the a tThen one nt1nlethe plnyt 41I and ilacetl at the opposite end ot the room let being tihnidaround three times hey impkhtsup osel 1t bebmigs To the rson ercInWishbone Is given nand she ate es the least successful effort 1 ell with a turkey feather ust stick In her hair amid leI inalndcr of time eveningWhlehltlf v To Plant Peanut Materials required two 5junrt of peanuts two rugs and two bowls The hostess appoints two Jeatters who choose sides Two largo rugsfnrq bowJcbnfulnInof each The object of the gj in6lsJo see which party first plants ItUll pea nuts one Inch apart on the bm edges of the nag half upon tho rtg half on tho floor In n fringe effect TJtijj leaders gather their teams In tho center of the rugs At a given signal all light plant lag The peanuts are to bo Ilresenlooilaska cety p a child walking upstairs One starcaXip steps 0WbyjWhat e cilia and shoes but lane no wingir feet Dust t Where was the Dcelarntu of Inde bottynvAVhcn senso of touch When ho do nt feel well MH- nnkou nod the HairklBiei You pronounce the double aa In Hnakon like aw In awful and ho- laf In Olaf as laugh Tho two names fall on the car ns Hawkln and 0Iaugh Tho numerous Hawkinses nre descended from marauding crows of Kortnmen who flow on their flat bot tomed boats not tlje ravwiJXbut the 114w kfag 71 w r M+ 1 F slit is my fatherK t- t 11 IueDoUe the Door KI a Boston Globe llrlramU of Stair IiThat Sicilian brigands are still living up to their melodramatic traditions ijj proved by the following bit of now from that bland About a month agd 1 Glgnor dl Martfno a Sicilian of good I family was captured by brigands whtla erclhig near Palermo Ills parents In i stead of paying tho ransom demanded hired soldiers to search for him Lila j itcnd body has now been found burled under n pyramid of stones I J ICrr cthtlr Him 1lieINewCuba I reached via lit comCortit IJUUCRESCENI ROUThIAND ilt SOUTHERN fifc THREE TRAINS A DAY Chicago Florida Special k la Sml Juur Hb INS t 9 Solid Pullman Train A- Lne CINCINNATI BiSA T YrytLEXINGTON 1 litO II I DiningandebecmttoncNlorleekae- nyUle and fit 11nougaaad AlJantarFlorida Limited t TrainABiSOJUM UUCINQTOM 103 A flat M Cochca DANVILLB Pullman Jl1O MJV and Olnlzui Can lor Bt A UIlnoHbreftpor1ud New VbChallADOOPoAUailtall4DlrmlDc1wD Qneen It Crescent SpecialIsoul train Ctnclnnitl flUe to New Orleau via Cha and UlrmlMnam also through taDfService to Jacktonrult TU f- navannaaod Winter taurlatoayreduced rate Sot intormavloa Cbs W ItD IfMIeIn Co an to P Alf At1r n Aaum w atGrarrtlfilnT1ti u j a 1 w L Tfe Breathitt News S SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE 7 VISE HAGINS EVITOR =L t 1 Iiij vFLEENO A U 1k + i FiEESO C PATTON 12LAWYERS JACKSON KENTUOKY I J N MwNN1M N nMNMM 09 J WISE JIAG INS ATTORNEYAr LAw l Omce over PostOfifee Jecceox KeNYUOeY- x r riiAll business Intrusted to him will receive prompt and careful attention t- aiutmmtrnmmnmminrmrnnnnnul L C ROARK = 5 LAWYER 3- f1 =st JACKSON KENTUOKY 3 will practice In Breathltt and y- t Magomn Cnuntlea W IINIWWIW11WW11WWW11W11W11118 J i axkDR O H SWANOO PNYSI IPN PN D stlR Fo- Nt t 1 OFFICB HOURSS A M TO 4 PIa HNIIAKOIS BUILDING4 t 7 JACKSON KENTUCKY I 2S2525i52S252S25ru rd 2 FRIDAY JAN 19 j The revival meeting lvhich has V been conducted at the i il10distt church for the no weeks closed last Sunday night Mr and Mrs Samuel Patton of Rousseau were hero last week w visiting thoir daughter Mrs T B Sturdivant who moved Tuesday to Mississippi r Charles and Ollie Hadden hav leased a lot of G W Sewell in 1OudtJackson and will soon erec a store house thereon and enter into tho mercantile business a CK II Miniz has been reappoint Postmaster at Rousseau his t1 tfirsttorm haying expired last week rtrHo was here Tuesday and renewed his bondIIt t George Collins general agent for the Central States Bridgo Co was hero last week to make an esti mate on the erection of a new bridge to be erected across tho river at the Pan Bowl branch fo the K L V Co Work on the streets was again resumed Monday morning by a number of teas and a crew tof hands in hauling stone and scatting it on the streets The won I Ir will be pushed now as rapidly mss r the weather will permit and it i believed that it will be completed within the next few weeks Harrison Combs and wife were hero Wednesday supplying our market with Irish potatoes They raised over five hundred bushels this year They arc also the lard est watermelon growers in the county having sold more than f 1000 hero during the past scas- onF Mt Sterling Court Monday was County Court day t in Mt Sterling and a large crowd was in town There were abou- v1r00 cattle on the market of goo d shadetQ20 to 1100 pound cattle brought 4c but 350 to 375 was the pre 4 vailing price yearlings 350 ftHeifcrs wore brisk andsold at 325 Atgreat many mules were sold Sixtecnhand mules brought 180 to 200 15lhand mules at 150 to 105 15lmnd mules at 125 to 140 1 smallmules 90 to 110 Good4 horses were scarce some selling w Ilat150 to 210 t CINCINNATI MARKET CINCINNATI Jan 17 Cattle Good to choice butcher steers M 00 to 4 05 common to fair 2 75 to 3 90 heifers good to tofiIf to fair 1 25 to 2 75 oxen 1 25 to I 3 C5 300IIi Hogs market weaker Good to choice packers 5 55 common to choice heavy fat sows 4 50 to 5 15 light shippers 5 30 to 5 40 pigs 110 pounds and fless 4 75 to 5 25 Sheep good to choice 4 GO to 5 00 common to fair 3 00 to 450II 4 Lambs common to fair 4 75 J to 7 50 ftp t 4 j1EIJIJZJEWELER LEXINGTON SELLS DIAIlONDS WATCHES CLOCKS JEWELRY Silverware CUTGLASS t 11- A To GOOD Denl JlOUEI t TRY IHI AuTlbttrg In tlto- JENELEUS I LINE 1 L 9 N II Sally brought down 12 rafts of logs for the SwannDay Lumber Company from Fishtrop branch last Tuesday on tho small The several other bieatw Jr cs ment to about forty men GOHHESPONTDENGE ROUSSEAU rThe tie business is improving IleC Calhoun has finished his + brick chimney nifty Row bE Stevenson has built a nice Barn to Ilcnsloy and 1lc nosh got off several tics on this t s rLc l uttoiiis on roe Creel this veelCoa business d Wilile 1brooks sight U M lcQu amil for 80 Irvin 1 fDan is collecting ttxejfor school distfoctj No GG s SaAIPatton is refurnishing their house w tIJIUlunOSE sr 11 lie son of G IIierony- mo has been coi niGd o his be it ifpr for some tlajl oalits h is r n the em plo f E J yderrtiear Elka- ta was down onavit a few days ago i r nearest neighbor boys Price imnSsott Gumm are going to startnto Indiana next week in search pf better wages oxamint ing trial for the killing of John theegrounds of self defense Rjciiard Marks has quit his work withthe L E Ry until spring and expects to while the leisure winter hours away with his wife And babies at the farm Eugene Horton of Wolfe county was in our section again last Sundor Let the worthy young mcnJorao and get acquainted with our i nsomo young ladies Rcvf It T Moorcs has an inter estin chool at Union this winter- S nd htyour cjiildren if you want them u icier a competent teacher and that will do them good nio lias well as otherwise Uornj to the wifo Of Henry Spencer a son and to the wifo of Thomas Arnold a son also God bless ijho children with their motheYs and may they be trained to walk in the shining way Your correspondent attended the funeral of Sister Jane Shack elford of Antioch who died JanI 14thof pneumonia fever She had been a member of tho Method odist church and a professing Christian for a umber of years andnoono doubted her Christian C IS ity Sho leaves a host of friends and relatives As frsstood round her dying heW t To watch with tearfulPe es tike spoke of riches shed possess When far above the skies wouldego- That all with her was tight But bestof allthutshe was dressed In garments pure nail lhitcI MASTEtl Commissioners Sale Brcathitt Circuit Court Evcrsole Son PlaintilF vs Notice of Sale II C Cornott c Defendants By virtue of u judgment and order of sale of the Hroathitt Cir cuit Court made and entered in tho above styled cause at its reg ular October term 1905 in favor of Evcrsolo Son for 100 00 with interest from tho 13th day of I October 1901 also in favor of Fairbanks Construction Co for 5100 00 with interest from the 23d day of llIrch no and din Jr costs therein expended I shall proceed to offer for sale at Henry pollens steam mill on the middle fork of Kentucky river in Urcathitt county KmlhlCkron Thursday February lutli 05 between the hours of 12 oclock in and 2 oclock p m kilo following described personal property situa ted and being in Brcathitt county Ky and on tho Big Branch a tributary of tho north fork of the Kentucky river and also on tho waters of tho middle fork of tho Kentucky river viz One 12 11 P Neaglo fire box boiler with 10 11 P engine mounted on skids and one new Junior size saw mill built by the Enterprise Manufacturing Company solidcar riage 54 inch tooth saw GO feet 8 inch fourply canvass stiched belt one 18 inch yerticlc corn mill built by Norflykc Mormon Co Indianapolis Intl 40 feet 0 inch fourply canvas- belt and all other fittings belonging to the same or so much there of as will be necessary to satisfy the above named judgment inter est costs of Said publinc auction to tho highest and t bidder on a credit of six months and the will be requires I to give bond for tho money with approved security bearing interest from the day of sale and having the force and ef feet ofa replevin bond and a lien will be reserved in said bond for the full payment of the purchase price and interest Bidders must bo prepared to comply promptly with these terms Amt of Evcrsoles debt 100 00 Interest on snmo to tiny of sale 200 Amountof 1airbanks Construction Co debt 700 00 Interest on same to day of sale 12250 Amount of cost of suit 20 35 Commissioners cost 7 PC Cost of printing 13 SO Total 900 1 5 CARDIYEILmC MASTER Commissiono s dala- I Breathitt Circuit Court The Fairbanks Construction Co- Plaintiff vs Notice of Sale Appcrson Lovely c Defendants By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Cir cuit Court made at its re May Term 1905 for the sum o 90000 with G per cent interest from tho 25th flay of November I 1902 until paid anti i 1825 thorp in expended I shall od to of fer for solo at some convenient place on Wolf Creek a tributary of Quicksand Creek in Breathitt County Kentucky on JTKHHUAltY tho 8th 1 QG between the hunts of 12 oclock M and 2 oclock p m tho fol JHoplrcltBoiler and one 10 li p Engine mounted on skids ono medium sized right hand saw mill with solid carriage 51inch solid tooth saw GO foot 10 inch four ply belt canvass stitched and all other lit tings to multtj n complete outfit built by the Enterprise Maiuiv facturing Co of Columbus Ohio Said property will bo sold at public auction to tho highest nail best bidder on a credit of six months and the purchaser will bo required to give bond for tIll purchase price with approved secur ity bearing interest from day of sale and having tho force and ef feet of a roplovin bowl and a lien will be reserved in said bond for the full payment of tho purchase price and interest Bidders must must bo prepared to comply promptly with these terms Debt 900 00 Interest 171 00 Cost of suit M 18 25 Commissioners cost 7 50 Cost of printing 9 40 Total 11OG 15 J WIOARDWELLlX 0 PUBLIC SALE I I will at ono oclock at the court house steps on Monday February 19th 1900 county court tiny offer at public solo to the highest bidder my farm containing one hundred and twoI acres of laud lying one and onohalfI miles south of Mf Sterling with Loveo turnpike dividing same into tvfo tracts of 87 and 45 acrcsI each I shall offer first tho 45I acres with two ponds antia pair of stock scales on the east side ofI pike then the 87 acres of well im land nil modern and necessary conveniences splendidmilk house cemented in and outside at kitchen door new stock barn and splendid young orchard of live kinds of frtmr This is ono of the best located anil best watered farms inthe State watered by seven Iil1 in S I will then offer farm as a whole the highest bid being thkcn Terms onethirdcash and bill ante in one and two years from datoiof salo deferred payments t bear 0 per cent per annum inter csEand to be secured by a lien re tained upon the property Par chasers will bo permitted to pay as much cash as they desire B F Chennult 1215 Ht Sterling Ky master mmssiolers Sale BlUUTIUTT ClIlQUIT CoUUT Abrelia Mnrcum Guardian- vs Plaintiff Ncllio Flannery 4c Defendant Petition in Equity By virtue of a judgment and order of silo of tho Brcathitt Cir cuit Court made and entered in the above styled cause at its reg ular October term 1905 I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House loot in Jackson Brcathitt County Kentucky on Monday tho 22tl day of January 1900 It being tho first day of the regu lar January term of tho Breath 1hsI m k p m tho following described rent property lying and being in Brcathitt County Kentucky on tho waters of Howards Creek anti bounded and described as follows Beginninn a rock marked B Son the north bank of the Mar curt fork of Howards Crook a tributary of tho north fork of tho Kentucky river about 800 feet above tho forks of tho said creek on the lino of tho iands of Lee Dent u thence S 3530 W SOS feet ton black salt S 4330 W 1G feet to a chestnut S W 73 feet to two small sourwoods on a point corner to tho land of John Davidson thence with said David sons lino S 17 IS W 232 feet to a blackoak S 04 1ft w 170 feet to a stake n 87 30 w 203 foot to a I stake n 56 w 180 feet to a chest nuts 74 30 w 382 foot to a sour woodn 74 15 w 22 feet to n ma ple s 72 45 w 259 feet to a sour wood n 73 30 w 200 fort to a chestnut on a knobjs 55 w 39 71 foot to a small tlogacogds GO 30 v 198 feet to a block fuck s lllfl w 190 feet to a chestnut oak and small hickory s 8 45 0 200 foot to two hickories corner to tho land of Jasper Arrowood thence leav ing the land of said Davidson and with tho land of Arrowood 5215- w 200 feet to a chestnut oak s 57 30 w 150 feet to a cross on i rocks fiO wQON toot to a stake 40 15 w HI foot to a chestnut G2 w 216 feet to a largo black oak withold marks s 59 45 w 109 feet to a chestnut s G3 w 272 feet to a chestnut oak s 54 30 w 2G4 feet to a stake s 78 45 w 200 feet to n chestnut oathn 81 10 w floe feet to a black oak n 70 w 290 feet to 7fG s 8 30 w 554 feet to a stake s 71 w 322 foot fo a cross pn a rookneal a small hickory s 80 w 230fcct t a chestnut onk corner to tho lane- of J 11 Nowton Arrowoodand atf feet to a stake n 42 15 w 1G3 feet to a stake n 5fw 1GG feet to a hickory and double chestnut n 45 w 179 feet to a stake on a 721 near a largo rocln G9 45 w foot to a staljo n SO 15 w 18ii fee to a smile n55 30 w 199 feet to a stake n 59 30 w54fect to a hicKory n 52 51 w 183 feet to stage n 51 w 137 feet to a stake under Nailers roclq n 41 50 w to two poplars under Nailers rooks BenjaminllcIptpsh ing tho line of J It Nowton Ar rowood n 133 w 95 feet to a lo cust n 171 w 241 feet to n hicK oryn S3 w 218 feet to a dead pine n 79 15 w 110 feet to a chestnut n 07 45 w 208 feet to a pine s 85 50 w 104 feet to u stake n 84 30 w 105 feet to a small sonrwood n 78 05 w 508 feet to a small hicKory s 79 30 w 97 feet to n hioHoryj n H w 128 feet to it static n 74 50 w 238 feet to a white oak corner to land of Loo Combs and with his line leaving the land of Ben McIntosh n 24 15 o 251 feet to a hicK ory n 145 o 202 feet to a stake n 32 16 e 161 feet to a stake n 17 45 o 114 feet to a pine by a large rock i n 29 e loa feet to a large black jack j n 90 45 e 161 feet to a maple on a large rock n 15 10 w 867 feet to a stake I n 13 w 207 fcet to two pores n 28 45 e 100 feet to a stoke In 17 45 e 163 feet o to n siale by n flat ruck ill CO 30 e 4Q9 feet to n ftuko n 0 e lit fret to n clifBtimt oak corner to laud uf Alfred llollnn nod on hs line IPHVMIK flu line of Gee Ooinlx a 85 e U2 foot to a walnut i K 8218 v 120 rut lo n Ktnki i n 8010o 101 feet tun pine n 75 e 350 feet to a stake i n BO 0 210 fret to n ptnn ud chestnut n JJ3 e 202Veet to n 111111- 111hlclUlrYi n 00 80 e 1SI het to n stake n CO 45 n 182 feet lo u black jnck i n fit 30 u 133 rent to a large chentnut oak i OS 01511 feet to n stnko i n 71 e IWi feet to n Hlnkcjn SO Ii 1115 feet to n sttikH H 83 n 112 fret ton sulk elioft nut link B 77 e 1R8 pnlfi to n black lack n 63 SO H 200 pules to n cbestliut U If 15 e 01 feet to n cliestiut link i n 51 30 H 107 feet to a cross on n rook i n iOSOeOO feet to a chettuit under H largo rock n 50 30 e 01 feet to a pine n 07 e 100 fey t to n utiitfe j u 20 30 p liS feet ton stake i M 130 w 73 feet to across on n rook n 14 v 223 feet to n chestnut oak n 8 30 w 170 feet to a chestnut n 10 e 03 feet to n stake n 14 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 iSfcdfoto a stake s 87 o 01 feet to a locust s 81 15 0 75 feet ton cross on a rock n 80 10 o GG feet to n red bud n 74 45 o 122 feet to two hickories n 75 45 o 177 feet to a black jack n CO 30 o 120 feet to a snap hickory n 50 15 o 150 feet to cross on a rock n 58 30 0 129 feet to n large chestnut oak n 87 15 e 121 feet to a hickory n 78 30 o tnS feet to a chestnut oaks 87 15 o Iii feet to n smell white oakn 43 U o 17G feet to a chestnut oak corner to land of Mary Spicer and with her lino leaving landof Alfred Hollon n 72 o 493 feet to a large chestnut oakn 27 30 o 414 feet to a lint rock n 37 15 o 280 feet ton stales corner to land of Kentucky Union Land Co and with their lund leaving thin land of Mary Spl ccr s GI 45 o 857 feet to a smell pino on a knobs 15 w 539 foot ton pine s 15 0 304 feet to u stake s 37 c 241 feet to a chestnut oak or the ridge in head of first right hand fork of Mnrcum Fork ol Howards Creek n 73 30o 419 feet to a black oak n 55 30 c 117 feet to a stake n Gl 45 o 500 feet to n small chestnut oak on knobjs 50 15 can feet to a double chestnut n G2 e 213 foot to n stake n 41450 513 foot to a rock on a high knob s CO e 520 feet to a hickory s 81 30 o 142 feet to a stake n H3 e 211 feet to a chestnut oak on knob be tweet Cano Crook Doty shun Branch and Howards Creel cor nor to Doty Shoal tract n 4i 30 l480 feet to three dogwoods n 21 I 184 feet to a hickory n 44 30 0 hiJthImobchestnut oak s G4 45 c 171 feet to a hickory s 31 30 o 250 feet to a blRcktChauoJand with his line leaving tho lino of tho K U Land Com puny thonco s 42 15 o 143 feot to u stake s 40 15 0 107 feet to a stake a 40 0 135 feot to a blak jacks 40 30 o 137 feet to A dog wood sapling a 55 50 o 132 felt to n stake on tho point s 42 o 212 foot to n black oaka 40 43 0 100 feet to a stnko on llio ondof R nts v tons rear more in tho mouth of Doty Shoal Branch on south bank of the North Fork of llio Kentucky river on the lino of W Eo Gnmbilli land j and with his lino leaving the land of Thomas Clmnoy s 5C v2 M foot to a doable dogwood 1s 10 45 w 114 feet to n stako a 81 30sw a on hills 70 15 w lOG foot to a large chestnut oak on the sido of the hill w 08 toot to n small red oaks 711 15 w U27 toot to a stake s 71 30 w 208 foot to a rod oRkn aw252 feot to a stake n W 30 w 821 feet to a sassafras w 170 foot to n locust n 70 15 w 212 foot to a stake n 71 w 122 foot to a sour Shoalo 1rw 218 foot to a hickory antI chestnut oak on ridgo in the head of Doty Shoal Branch thence B 57 45 w 280 feet to a small hickory B 45 w 820 feet to a locust a 12 45 w 801 foot to a black oak by n largo rook on a knib oaktand founvocd r B 15 o 375 feet to a red 45ae n s lh v lOli trot ton black Oak on n ridge corner to the laud of Leu Dealon and with his line leaving the line of 111 GitinblMj theimo s 48 w 120 feet Inn rod auk on ilia side of tho lull s 41 w 140 feoi to awhile onk 8 SO SO w 283 fuel to nrrd onk on the aide of the hill i thence S3 30 v410 feet to the begin nlns containing 710J4 acres by actual surveySaid property will be soil at Public Auction to the highest and ban bidder and time purchaser will be required to give bond for the purchase money with approved security bearing interest from date of sale nnd having tho force and effect of n rot luvin bond and n lien will be reserved In said bonds for tae full payment of the purchase price and interest Bidders must be prepared to comply promptly with these terms Qost suitoj M M M sjJommlsslonars costa Total M M J W OARDWEkL M 0 B 0 0 DAY BROS COMPANY Wholesale and Retail r I have the most complete stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE Jt Ever brought to jackson lJOrisISti g1 of 1 j J i jiA LttfJ I QOdS i I t tNQJtiOts I trotiwuq J J Hi titot 1t 1II r AVe have the finest hue of shoes in Fast ern Kentucky r Our V111011 s shoes are of the latent style 4 II For the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot moneyI THE LATEST DESIGNS IN MILLINERYThis Department is under the management f I of Miss Margaret Basket who- I can show you The Latest Style Hats direct from New York City Also FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS- In j all FreshfromIf you need any House Furnishings or FURNITUREVe are the people you are looking for we have it by car loads to suit every body Come and see us our 1I1I1I111I1I11II1I1lJ immimiiiiiiijiiiiiiiimiiiiiimrmmrrmmiuiiii I pricesr1 c1lII1t It IIII1111I llllltllttt1111111Ifl1111 uuuuun o DAY BROS 4 OOMRNY Jackson if1 Kentucky2f1 J rh Ja 1 0 The Breathitt News Published Every Friday CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAR I J WISE TlAGLNS Eiirou7 IIlLocal and Personal I J = taela 1 Uons Fresh Oysters nt Clnrcncu Had j D 1 Denton of RooScvoll wns 1 hero Tuesday J M Osborns Reduction Sale I now going on s A Turner of Bush Branch wns hero Tuesday Kvcrytliintr in tho Fancy Gro i cery line at lladdcns ji was MondaytStop with Hurt Bros at Heed diotol when in Lexington Rev John II Combs and GH Combs of Ned were hero Tuesday For Sale IIouso and lot Apply to J D Moore Jackson Ivy SM Noble of Noble was here Jtlie first of the week on business IdIoa get one of those Suite 310S and 52USItt J M Oaborui tr Tho party that borrowed my meat saw will please return it l1AppNat Samuel 1C Patton lots moved his office into his now building on q BroadwayA moved into the T U Sturdivant house on Highland avchuo Tuesday 11 B Liuulrum of Lost Creek i has accepted n position as clerk in J U makes store t Mr and Mrs G II Patrick of Stanton were visiting relatives hero the first of tho week John Q Combs tho insurance man of Hazard was hero writing insurnncadurinj the week i WAVTKU GO boys ngo 14 tolD at J M Oaborna to buy ti00 and SUOO Suits at SlDS and 529S Thomas Bund is preparing to 1 move to Oklahoma and willmove m njfsoon as ho cnn sell his house 1 idol lot T T Cope and Kelly Kash left Monday for Cnmpton to attend tho January term of the Wolfe Circuit Court TImes PSimcr und his daughter Olive May of Lee City were here one day lost week 11 Blake left Monday morn injf for Somerset to look after his toro at that place Ho will return in about ten days Wm Byrd of Stevenson who was appointed a Deputy Sheriff January 1st sent in his resignation last week i Circuit Court began at Campion last Monday which was the be ginning of the third year of Judge Riddclls termf Adam Hudson son of T 11 Hudson loft last Monday for Ok lahoma where ho will probably make his future home I Dr J P lloKO loft Monday j for Davenport 0l to visit his i fattier J C Boggs who mowed there about two years agoiNoah Peters who went to Cen tral America several months ago 0 to in the logging business 1returned about two weeks ago Williams of Stevenson left last Monday for Oklahoma to join his brother Sebastian Wil liams who mowed there several weeks ago W G Lacy of Hazel Green has accepted the position as mana ger of Floyd Days store nt Frozen to succeed II IInilles who resigned January 1st I I 11 IIBnlos of Frozen was hero last Saturday lie has resigned his position as manager of Floyd Days store at that place nail will go until other business Jacob Noblo on last Saturday executed tho bond required of r him for his appearance to answer j any indictment that may bo found against him for the murder of Grant I1ollinyrCIQ gave bond l on the day of the trial Mrs Polly Davis of Smith Hrnnch was hero last week visit ing the families of J M K Davis and Mrs Ellen Davis The opera tion that she had performed for a cancer on her forehead proved successful The wound has en tlrjcly healed J 4 r rojd CRIMINALS BREAK JAIL Allen Creech Dick dinner amid John McDowell Now nl Largo Howard of 850 Each Offered For Tlioir Capture Mary Mc Dowell Arrested Allen Creech John McDowell colIInd Dick Chancy escaped from tho jail yesterday Thursday evening about sundown by cutting ft hole in the outside wall nut letting themselves down bI rope made out of strips of one of tho stretches belonging to ono of the cells The jailor lad just given thorn their suppers and had just gone down stairs whore tho family was eating supper when tho alarm was given but the prisoners had trot far enough almond to get to the woods before they could be over taken This was the boldest anti most daring escape ever attempted in this county It was done in daylight but at a time when there was practically nobOlIon the street but at 11 timo when no one would suspect an attempt of the kind to be made The jailer had let them out in tho outside corridor of the jail to take somo exercise loctinJlthelll night It developed that some ono hnd furnished them with a screw driver and n part of an old file withwhich they had cut a hole through tho brick wnll Mary McDowell wife of John McDowell ono of the prisoners has been arrested charted with furnishing these toolsEvery effort is being made to recapture time prisoners The jailor Imsioilercd reward of 50 each for their capture Allen Creech was heldwithout hail for tho murder of Charles Robertson lost September which murder according to time testimony was without any excuse McDowell was held for attempt ed rape on n colored JlirlIl few weeks ago- Chancy was held for grand lar ceny C JT LViltlo and wife of Win chester were visiting relatives here during the week Obc Roberts who huts been sick for some time has so far recover ed as to be able to come to town Wednesday The now chapel of Heren Col igo at Horuii was dedicated hist week It was Iniilt mainly by time students of tho institution The building is 811 feet inside and 110 felt long anti has a seating capaci ty of uboutlIOO Frank Hall who is charged with the assassination of lack Bolin at Middlcsboro several weeks ago gave up to the authorities last week Tine commonwealths attorney for that district asked the court for n change of venue be cause ho did not think n fair trial could bo had in Hell county The cases of John It Allen vs Angus Kirkland and of John E Patrick vs Angus Kirkland involving tho title to various oak trees bought by McGnnnFawk Lumber Company several years ago was decided this week by Judge Riddell in favor of time de fendants Jcptha Merrill was brought be fore U S Commissioner It A Hurst Saturday on the charge of removing from a distillery warehouse in Leo county a cask of whiskey on which tho special stump had not been paid After examination of the charge Merrill was held in a fJOO bond to appear in tho District Court at Frankfort in March When you come to town next Monday to attend tho first court under tho now administration come to THK NKWS office andre new your subscription so you can start in nt the first of our new story Tho Two Vunrovcls which will begun next week This story alone is worth tho sub scription price wo ask for our pay per for ono year Dont miss it Next Monday will bo the first regular County Court day under tin now administration Judge raulbco has been very busy since his induction into office strengthening up county business There is lots to do yet to bring the county affairs to their proper condition but he is devoting his whole time to tho work and you can already see tho results of his efforts a M a c ANOTHER CUTfJ 5 DAYS MORE ATI a Mn OSBORN STORE Main Street Jackson iytSale Conducted by C C ONeill Co Chicago Dont Miss thus golden opportunity to get your share of Bargains while this sale is going on We want cash quick 1 ust look at these prices and he saveeyou money Only cash talks No credit given Our prices will not crcditpermit s r THERES WHERE AAE SHINE 11 CLOTHING liens AllWool Suits worth 12 now 0 18 lens AilWool Suits worth 10 now 5 JS 1 fiO Moos Fancy Vests now OSc 150 liens Pants now l8e- a liens Corduroy Punts now X198 Boys aPieco Suits ago 11 to 10 1 18 and 2 08 2 50 and 3 00 Boys Knee Pants Suits nowl 10 and 1 75 SHOES AND RUBBERS liens Heavy Shoes worth 2 25 nowl 1JO Hens locker Booties worth 5 00 i now 3 75 i liens Heavy Box Calf Shoes worth iJ 50 now 2 CO liens Heavy High Top Shoes worth 5 5U now 2 40 I P iJll d by C d We make goodall wo ut J M Oslwrns Irvine Stacy of was hero after goods for hm store at that place Last was pay day for the school teachers of this county mind nearly nil of them were hero to get thtir money F L Whit kcr of W Va of the Realty Co was here Tuesday looking after his landed in terests in county W 55 Kiddvillc passed through here on his way to Hazard and Whites burg in tho interest of tho Burt Brabb Lumber Co of Ford W returned Tuesday from London mind where ho had been in tho interest of an insur nnco company which he is 1 repre seating Wm Firostein of the of Firstcin Kustor has gone to tho cities to buy a now stock of goods for their store at this place They say they will taro lots of goods at the cheapest prices Licenses licenses have been issued during time past and Polly Hollon both of Frozen Marion Williams of Jackson and Miss Sola Patrick of Rousseau Ben 11 Elkins of Elkntawa and Miss LEf11 ItS List of letters un claimed in the Jackson for tho week ending January 10 1900 and to the Dead Letter Ollico at D C for time week ending Alston Lizzie Allen Arzalda Ella Brown C William A Carroll rAnnio Rca Ketfer M Claude 11 Clmrloy SS E gie Strong Clarence Strong TWlI Trentz Persons calling for tho above mail will pleaso say D D HURST P M dO liens Heavy Urfit Shoes worth 8 05 now 2 7S Tr Ladies Fino Shoes J Full line of Shoes worth 2 50 now 1 75 Full lino of Shoes worth 1 25 now OScgBa- bies Soft Solo Shoes worth 50c now ly dens lleavy Gim Boots rth a 50 now S2 50 Mens Heavy Feltover worth 2 25 now 1 40 Ladies Heavy gr Boots worth 2 25 now1 58 I Childrens sizes C to 13 15c- Mons 1 00 Hats now 50c I liens 1 50 and 1 75 Hats now CO and TOe I Mens 00 Hilts now 1 50 REMEMBER THE PLACE rIM OSBORNS STOREJACKSON KY Jfiostcrj 9l1gr c5Wff Conduct C OTfeill Chicago u c11lIutldl1ns Troublesome Wednesday Saturday Huntington president Continental this gal1nkoC Wednesday HWhittakcr Manchester Hooncvillc firm Murringo Tho following marriage weekJohn Maloney Mrs sOilSizemoro ADVKKTISI3IJ remaining postollico sent Washington February 306- ANannio Aistrnp- B Buslmrtlinggio Johnson- K MilosI advertised bigJinecutto costrFriedmans Childrens hlcr Hub Rubbers Cof Now Lights l Tho Presbyterian church is now elegantly lighted Ono of the F P Lighting Systems plants has been installed with four burners which lights the building as bright as lily The Ladies Aid Society of tho Church is duo the entire credit for this splondid improve mont to the church The lights will be turned on Sunday night A cordial invitation is extended to come and worship with us and enjoy tho now lights Services 11 n m and Gao p m 1111 POWKLL Pastor arimtii wius The contest of J P Muncy against John Griffith has been thrown out and Griffith will hold his set There wore really no grounds for this contest as Griffith was elected by about 1300 majority carving every county and al most every precinct in tho district The present Legislature seems to bo deciding all contests on their merits as it should do A law ought to bo passed to not allow any fees for contestants unless their cases wore meritorious Such ii law would put n stop to filing groundless contests like the one from this district Dull Carnival The Ladies Aid Society of the Presbyterian church will hold in about ton days at the Collog chapel ti doll carnival About 5 of time prettiest littlo misses o Jackson will display themselves their dolls and their doll buggies All the littlo girls of Jackson un der lil years arc eligible to enter the contests Handsome prizes will bo awarded for the prettiest turn omits for girl doll and buggy and for girl and loll without buggy Tho special feature will be tho drills mod marches executed by tho little folks with their dolls Also a rare program of music and rectiations will bo rendered This entertainment is ono of tho most popular mind beautiful over given anywhere So bo sure to plot to see it Proceeds to buy now car churchChildren will give their names to Mrs Powell or Miss Nettle Combs Rev Wash Tyra of Lane was stricken with apoplexy while rid ing horseback near his homo last Saturday and died soon afterward Ho hind been a preacher in the Baptist church for mote than for years t lens Sweaters 38c Mens Neligce Shirts 29c and 39c liens Heavy AllWool Socks 15c 1fens Gloves 15c Mens Heavy Fleeced Underwear worth JOe now 33c Ladies Heavy Fleeced Underwear worth GOc now 38c Ladies Union Suits worth 1 25 now G6- cChildrens Union Suits worth GOe now 20c liens Caps worth 50c now 21c Boys Caps worth 36c now 15c Infants Caps worth 30c now 15c Fancy Collar and Cull Boxes 20c 40c and 1 40 Everything in Ladies and Gents Furnishings continues to go at cost and loss r NOTICE We have moved to the big npwi store built by S E Patton on Broadway next door to John Watts Nicest place in town Rare bargains and a big welcome fur everybody Remember the place and dont fail to call Yours truly 1214 NouLis NonLK James K Roberts of BeaUx vine was apppintetl special judge to hold the regular term of the Owslcy circuit court which began last Monday Judgii Fiiulknct is in Frankfort in the interest ofa bill creating a new judicial district out of a part of his district which is the largest district in the State A bill similar to this one failedof passage two years ago for political reasons The proposed new dis trict is composed of the counties of Leslie Letcher Perry and Owsloy taking Letcher und Perry counties from Judge Mdsss district and Leslie and Owsloy from Judge Faulkners district This would bo a great help to time peo plo of those districts as tho dock ots there have been crowded for years The bill ought to pass Take advantage of our subscrip tion offers today 11 o SHSHScSHHHSHSHSHSHSHWATCHES ID CLOCKSi- I m m SILVERWARE SILVER NOVELTIES j Ii CUT rn GLASSUMBRELLAS i and all kinds of FIRST pSS JEU CFY I S D FLEENOR 1M JEWELER AND OPTICIAN- n JACKSON KY E5SHSS5H525H5EHHSS5E552Je r B A GOOD PLACE I TO BUY DRUGSJIJi i TOd ICCC ij + buy Drugs is herq a earns and k neo prevail WE HAVE 1IAJIE EX W 11PER LvCL and wo would not tolerate a mistake TIt 0111 IBIIUUIMVHI is too valuable and you arc preyioclcl in every way if you bring your a handlel WIiURE DRUGS AND CllElIIOAL 111are the only kindwe use here in compounding Y II proscriptions t j 110 RELIABLE RUBBER GOODS t houhfe 13rnces Trusses Supporters llamlllJrCs i jtlrr I 1 WE MAKE A OF 11 FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCOSI ftwI JACKSON DRUG CO 1 1I SIANUFACTUUEn M SHEIiYjIGf MARBLE AND GRA- NITEMonuments fJt t and Tombstones rSatisfaction guaranteed Call or Wdr wrlto fr prices and save money by buying front us r 22 YEARS EXPERIENCE If JACKSON BREATHITT COUNTY KENTUCKY 52SCS252S2sJ25252S2252S25525252525 525252Sjs2s xu nEST IIOTEL IN TilE nd FROM Oil Y ADEPOT ARLINGTON HOTEL S S TAULBEE PROPtJACKSON KY GOOD LIVEUY STABLE IN FIRST OLASS SAMPIE CONNECTION ROOMS = LHie Busy Mans Line t ioa7 BEIW EEN L vine vEvarisville St Louis frY nd Southwest11 1 tz t t IS VIAN Y 1 VE OU 3 iT J tE r Ii SO T ST LOUIS fly END it SON ROUTEPU LIIAN SLEEPERS Ijfi FREE RECININQ CHAIR CARS westfirstw New1exicoomh w S iad nnnJlrrKfiJsia T atV to southwest Tickets on emits firstV and th d71 yJot ramid February 1900 f ASKJJS FOR RATESX J II GALLAGHER L J I R1YINVTraveling PassentroiiAjgont General Passenger Agent = = h c == i252S2S2S252fn vA ROBT1ANAUSDALLAsstYeshJ hi m JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK Jackson Kentucky Paid up Capital arid Surplus 2710000 5 W rn Y- J t Inesolicit tjioTCBanking Business hnd accounts ofml c r Lurn ID Mantifaetu1eiS- Thmbel m I OJ Dealers rn usiness M t frt j lercliants enIiV1llt Farmers y trThraujllOnt Etistorn Ivontucky und offer our Customers v S faSo time most w- Cl IBeE AL TERMS J r Within ft a limits of legitimate businesa trn A COLLECTIONS SPECIALTY 2Sa52S S252S252Scsac52SCS2S25252S25255 Sits I tt RemedyCuttmii t t1f e f- v I know a fellow who sated two ilvea In one flay r SfilOh thats nothing I once saved toe lives la five wlnutca 4ri How did you manage that Oh 1 Just picked a cat out of two tr feet kof water t Stomach Troubles and Constipa tion- Ohamberlalne Stomach and Liver Tablets are the best thing for stomach troubles and constipation I have ever L drllilillsttT iM my customers tt try them and If not satisfactory to come back and get 4 their money but have never had a complaint t For salOfiljb1 Jackson JJrug Co w Patience r Monlfled J Ted Lets sit down hero and walt tUl the pear falls Willie WlllleWell have to walt a longtime den- TedYes but all tlugs come to him who waits New York World For coughs and colds ho remedy is equal to Kennedys Laxative honey and Tarthe Liquid Cold Cure It Is different from all others better be cauas it expels all cold from the system by acting as a cathartic on they bowel Gives strength to weak lungs Affords Immediate relief In croup J ticough colds etc Sold by Jackson r Drug Co IY J H Breeding Stock MtatThe man who selects his breeding 1 stock on account of the merlta which they possess vrlll be more likely to obtain satisfactory prices for his horses than ho who selects on account ot pedigree alone regardless of merit The man who selects animals that possess both merit and choice pedigrees will be the most likely to realize a profit from the business Perfection can only be attained In the physical by allowing nature to fc p liroprlate and not dissipate her own i sources Cathartics gripe weaken dissipate while DeWIlta Little Early ulcers simply expel all putrid matter nod bile thus allows g the liver to as mme normal activity Good for the complexion Sold by the Jackson Drug Co Hidden Wood Sticks of wood are big things to hide but there are nlno different kinds hidden In what Jack says Ive been as busy as a bee chop ping wood for a short time hoping to give papa and mamma pleasure by earning some money Oh a king wouldnt be prouder than I It I could and give vp I never wllll I shall tell Archie Bell and Will Owen Ill pick berries for them and if I raced around tho village I could prok up a good deal of work Answers Beech ash maple oak pine larch willow flr cedar Try toy find them Indigestion is easily overcome by the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Ours because this remedy digests what you eat and lives the stomach rest allows It tt cuperate and grow strong again Ko dul relieves indigestion belching of gas sour stomach heartburn eta and enables the digestive organs to transform all foods lido the kind or S 1rlllhred blood that makes health and strength Sold by Jackson Drug Co tI ooac LabWhen the lambs aro about ten days ThIsiup below this with a clean sharp knife 1fr Remove tho string In about six toI eight hours We watch the lambs sy closely to keep them In the barn out of the cold ruins and to see that their feet do not become sore through tramp Ing In the mud so common around sheep barns at this time We havo lost so many lambs in the past few wotptJ through the winter and especially through April and May while the grass ij short and they nibble close to the ground We believe this has helped us to get rid of this terrible pest W A McCoy In American Agriculturist I One Minute Cough Our contains not nn atom of any harmful drag and It has been curing coughs colds croup and w ho plng cough 10 long that It hat proven Itself to be a tried and true friend to the many who me It Sold I By the Jackson Drug Co ac nonnYoull get 250 per week Cant you make It 200 a weckr WbatH the difference Per week only means perhaps Ill get It A Thousand Dollars Worth of Good- A H Thurnes a well known coal operator of Buffalo 0 writes I have been afflicted with kidney and bladder trouble for years passing grav el and stones with excruciating pain I got Foleys Kidney Cure then the result was surprising A few doses started the brick dust like fine stone and now I liars no pain across my kidneys and I feel like a new man It has Jone me 11000 worth of good Jack Ion Drug Co Thei PsTrooejha In arranging a piggery have the troughs so placed that any food left over by the animate tnay be easily removed and fix the troughs so that they zany be emptied as soon as the swln have druuk all the pure water they need Farm Journal PUB a III Too late now to make corn silage even though you possess a silo But It not yet so equipped this Is a favora ble time to post up on Us merits and begin planning to have one Chronic Constipation Cured One who suffers from chronic conitl patlon Is in danger of many serious ailments Orino Laxative Fruit Syr cures chronic constipation as it aid digestion and stimulates the liver am bowels restoring the natural action of these organs Commonest taking it to day and you will feel better at once Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and Is very pleasant to take Refuse substitutes Jackson Drug Cd Work Land Thoroughly Start in to get the most out of your ImuJ end do not have so much that a good part of it has to lie idle and be half tended There is no pay In this We should have no more than we can work right and mako every acre do its best Farmers Advocat- eChaniberlnlne Coughs Remedy Absolutely Harmless The fault of giving children medicines containing injurious substances Is sometimes more disastrous than tin disease from which they are suffering Every mother should know that Cham bgrlain Cough Remedy is perfect safe fojuhildren to take It contain nothlngharmful add for coughs cold and croup li unlur ae ed For sale by Jaokson bruR11I htdma dont be here I have much of nit after al MyJrlcnds never laugh at mr yokes aEminnga assurlngly 9h yes they dol THey always laugU after you have left tho room IlluMratetTBllo Cured lib Mother of Hucunin rtlsmD Other has been a sufferer for myx i many s from rheumatism says W iiAli award of Husband Pent At Um lie was unable to move at all while at all times walking was painful I presented her with a bottle of Chamberlains Pain Balm and after a few applications she decided It was the most wonderful pain reliever she had ever tried in fact she is never without It now and Is at all times able to walk An occasional application or Pain Balm keeps away the pain that shiwal formerly troubled with Fur salt by Jackson Drug Co Tenant of Her Heart Tess said you loved Jim frsmithebottom of yeur heart JessY I do TenaAnd yet you keep on flirting with Tand Dick How can you It you reailil6ve Jim from the bottom of your heart- JewHsJSin theres still room at the top yoB k ow Washington Star 1a uaRtf irrMlns Cough Remedy I jbo Best Made In myopinlon Chamberlains Cough lemedfrteihe best made for colds lays Mfri Cora Walker of Pottervilla Cal The rnn doubt about Its beI- ng the best No other will cure a cold soq quickly No other Is to sure t ireventlveV pneumonia No other It so pleasant and sari to take These are gold reasons why It should be pre tarred to any other The tact Ii that trp8op6ar9 satisfied with any other after hairtng onoi used this remedy For tale by Jackson Drug Co rcures FREE TO OUR HEADERS 11 Itouinic Blood Balm fortlio Blood IfVjwi suffer from ulcers eczama ncrofuiir blood poison cnncer eating sores itching skin pimples boll bone palH swellings rliuuniatlfm ralarrh or any blood or skin disease wa advise you to take Botanic fined helm B B B Especially recom mended for old obstinate deepBeated sates cures whoro nil else falls heals every sure makes the blood pure and rich gives the skin the rich glow ol health Druggists 1 per largo bottle Sample sent free by writing Blood Helm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice sentih sealed letter Medicine sent at once prepaid HINTS FOR FARMERS Treatment For Splint It Is not common for a spllut to produce lameness and therefore It would be well for you to satisfy yourself whether the lameness Is caused by tho splints before undertaking to treat for their removal says the Atlanta Consti tution A peculiarity of tho lameness caused by a splint Is the fact that tho lameness is not always continuous and Is to be more manifest after the animal has become warmed up In his work There will also be an Increase of temperature of tho affected part and a degree of tenderness to pressure If satisfied that tho splint is the cause of the lameness and the part seems hot and tender first bathe three times a day ten to fifteen minutes nt a tlmr with a solution of onehalf ounce of sugar of lead In one quart of water Continue this for three or tour days Then rub on and around the splint a little of on ointment made by mixing two drams of cantharides with one ounce of lard Keep the head tied up for twentyfour hours then wash off the ointment and grease with lard Repeat the blister In two weeks and continue for two or three months If necessary The Original Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat mild lung remedy and oil account of the great merit and popularity of Foleys honey and Tar many Imitations are offered lor the genuine These worthless Imi tations have slmiliar sounding names Beware of them The genuine Foley Honey and Tar is in a yellow package Vsk for it and refuse any substitute It is the bust remedy for coughs and colds Jackson Drug Cu tie Know They Are Not Mrs Benham The paper tells about a man who stole a head of lettuce and then welt back and got another being arrested on tho second trip Benham IMF bet you cant make that fellow bellevo that two heads are bet ter than oucFhiladclphla Bulletin How to Avoid Pneumonia We never heard of a single instance of a cold resulting In pneumonia or other lunetrouble when Foleys lion lY and Far lies been taken It not only stops the coughbut heels and strength t ni the lungs Ak for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute offered Dr 0 J Bishop of Agnew Mich writes I have used Foleys Honey and Tar in three very severe cases of pneumonia with good results misery case Jackson Drug Co- Poultry Note No farm is complete without a good lock of good fowls Farmers them selves should give more attention to the poultry for it brings In a steady IncomeDo forget that the poultry needs water In winter and the same with all other livestock Many are apt to think that because It is cold thcy do not need water All animals need water everyday but of courso they do net drink as much as In hot summer Comforting r A Ithave you seen a bull about In this field 1 Naw Im looklu for three that her strayed An agreeable movement of the bow tit without any unpleasant effect Is produced fcy Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by Jack ion Drug Co OmnuOMfAR4 Nee 3k cough siladkelleiw e CUT IT OUT says the doctor to of his lady patients because he doesnt know of any medicinal treatment that positively cure womb or ovarian troubles except the surgeons knife That such a medicine exists however has been proved by the wonderful cures performed on diseased women in thousands of cases by eo I OFCARDUII IT CURES WOMB DISEASE It has saved the lives of thousands of weak sick women and has rescued thousands of others from a lifetime of chronic Invalidism It will cure ItyotlSold at every drug store in i 00 bottles WRITE US A LETTER Put adds M timidity and write tn freely an6r frankly In strictest oonS osnoa tolling ui oil your symptoms and trouble We will icnd trH advice tealed envelope how to curethem Addrcati tdlet Adrliory DtpU The CbjttUnoogft Medicine Co ChatlaaoorilPtenn IThce Warn No hanger I Mrs Traildlca Tommy you mustnt go fishing with Peter Itlshers lIe Is just getting over the measles Tummy Tradillea There wont ho any danger mother I never catch anything when Im flshlnjf The soothing and comforting fleets of DeWitti Witch Hazel Salve when applied to riles sores cuts both etc subdues pain almost instantly This Salve draws out the Inflammatlun re duces swelling and acts as a rubefn clent thus circulating the blued through the dimmed part permlilinc aiding Nature to permanently re movB the trouble entirely Sold by the Jackson Driiit Co Tin renal Way Isnt It too bad that the automobile should break down Just when wo wanted to go out 1 Well It might be worse Suppose It had broken down Just when wo wanted to tome bncke York American I One bottle of finIthe Kidney and tferve Tonic cured Marion Hall of a weak back It was BO bad that hr couldnt get up when lie sat duwn without being In continent rack or misery for at least one hour Sold by S 11 Stidham A Son Jackson Ky Price 100 per bottle A Spelling lcoaSome of you think you lire well up In spelling Just try to spell the words In this little sentence It Is agreeable to witness the unparalleled ecstasy of two harassed ped dlers endeavoring to gauge the sym metry of two peeled peers Read It over to your friends and see how many of them can spell every word correctly Tho sentence contains many of tho real puzzlers of the spell Ing book A reasonable amount of food thor oughly digested and properly axihnl lated will always Increase the strength If your stomach is a little off Kodo Dyspepsia cure will digest what you eat and enable the digestive organs to assimilate and transform all foods In to tissuebuilding blopd Kcdol relieves sour slumach belching heartburn and all fornuof Indigestion Pal stable and strengthening Sold by the Jackson Drue Cu- Comfort In the Stable As the cold Increases It you find that the stables are not warm enough build log paper liberally used andcarcfully Put on will help tho matter it Is cheaper than anything else The Oiiluu Od Cover the onion bets that were set last fall with a dressing of finely corn posted manure They willneedno tending In the sprlngaiuVwlIlDQ ready for use much earlier r FOUND i John W Dean had a pain In his back forebout five years and It finally became so great that he could not work andln fact could not walk at times everal physicians failed ioTtjire him but he found a remedy it atiglnithsK- idney and Nerve Tonlo Fo ale by S HStldh mSonJicksonKY OLEYSHONETHCAR HTM teldti PrevtaU PtrtwHMM 41 GAVE UP SUPPORTER i a to four ear to k- oyrorwnlwhlrhhUcrowdntettq Wet n r it ltanuerttl atortohl n ep- medtdne WOI1 ft al1Jlne4 orbs- m1errendrat k AhertaMr aetlupto1upNow nol feitnr u frnnerleod ren la onmr- fIwltaterte ume 1trunrttr reoooua- eCrdut to orur su al1l14 WIWAo Lazy Liver Suffering the misery and agony that come from your liver being out trying to bear up In the belief that you will be- aU right in n or two are you deliber ately neglecting the warning of outraged Nature committing the blunder of believ ing that you dont need medicine If you are the sooner you commence the use of Dr CaldwellsUoru tie Syrup Pepsin the better It will be for you You cant afford to fool with you liver and you certainly cant afford to be without this great remedy If your liver is out of order Dont delay Roth you and your liver will be better n then than ccr- DRCALDWltLLS SYRUP PEPSIN can be obtained in both dollar and hall dollar sizes from all druggistsItYour money will docs not benefit you I Your postal curd rtautti pal brine br rvtnr mall our new booklet DR CALUWKLL ISOOK OP WONDERS and tree ample t those who have never tried this wooden remedy Send toda- yPEPSIN SYRUP CO Monllcello Illinois SolJ by JACKSON URUO CO For a clear complexion ta- KGRIND Laxative FruitSyrui Pleasant to take Orino cleanses the sys tem and makes sallow blotched complexions smooth and clear Cures chronic constipation by gently stimulating the stomachliver and bowels Rofusa ubatltutea Price OOo TAGKSON DRUG GO KHLTHK COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR CONSUMPTION BOcSIOO Price Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for nil THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY HACK New Tourist Car Service Via The Iron Mountain Route Commencing Tuesday Nov 21st Rna thereafter the first and third Tuesdays of eacli month we will operate n through Tourist Car between St Louis and Mexico City via the Iron Mountain Rote leaving St Louis at1h20p Ofi For berth reservations told fur tier information address IIAC towtisend G P T At St Louis Mo A A Gallagher D P A 41U Walnut t Cincin nati O RemedyCUres RAILROAD TIME TABLES I ILexington Eastern Ry AVJNTMIl TiailS TA1JLI2- EKKlicmVE OCJTOUEU 22 1006 WEST BOUND Nol NOJ Dilly Dally Cx SunJkjr IX Sund AM m Iv Jackson OS6 2 26 OAK Junction 0 20 280 Elknltuvr 0 w3 284- Oakdftla mo JJ 40- Atliol 060 260- TalleRa p 7 01 8CJ St Ililens 710 910- Benttyvlllo Jun 720 826 Torrent 747 847 Natural Bridge 801 401 Stanton 828 480 Clay City 887 489 LE Junction 910 GOB Winchester 923 620 Ar Lexington 1010 606 EAST BOUND NaI No e- IISunday Uxsuoay PM AM LV Lexington 225 743 Winchester 310 825 LA E Junction 822 837 Clay City 860 918 Stanton 400 923 Natural Bridge 435 054 Torrent 440 1008 Beattyvllle Jun 511 1029 Si Helena 621 loJO- Tallcga 533 10 61 Alhol C41 1050 Oakdale 548 1100 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