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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rc v I it BREATHIT 1 V OUNrU r 0 l I r J J I I y 1 SqfII J WIBK UAOINS Editor and PtiU1lee IfONET iIt 1 + y DOLLAR ERY ARDh ADPANOY I Volume V Jackson Kentucky Fridrfy Febtfujiry 2f i906 Number 15i I TRADE AT THE Star Store BIG BARGAIN CENTER F- ORCLOTHINGt i AofSr Jfcals and a Jfyne jCino of LADIES DRESS GOODS Skirts Jackets Silk and Woolen Waists and Ladles Trimmed HatsI A Handsome Line of Ladies Furs Grunkt Carpftt TJfattinjt and Sllkt jfSSfj ci1 tfotieni and a Sood jfttorimont of LADIES AND GENTS UNDERWEAR Tho Luten Styles in MOilS Shirts Mona and + ElegantLinogiving away 1lctuo come and examine our stock and prices We have everything usuully kept in a Firstulais Department We can save you e monoy Goods with pleasure o Highest Market Price Paid for Produce and Furs I I FIRESTEIN EUSTER I PROPRIETORS STAR STORE College AvenueJA- CKSON KY Feathers and Quills Wanted We buy all kinds off to 3oose Duck Turkey andHen tS Feathers and Quills the year round Pay cash on arrival charge no commission or drayage Send for our price list We will treat you right BrlihUm SUlkm The P R Mitchell CO CladflMtl Ohio Heres the Way NorthwestI thettwo one the other in the evening Both carry all kinds of cpmfortaile equipment and travel over an I interesting route all the way to Puget Sound I Very lowprice oneway tickets on sale dally February 15 to April 7 Tickets to Butte Helena or Amconda Mont or points beyond are good via the direct line thro Billings or via Denver and IDilUngs with free side trip to Colorado Springs A cinl will bring complete Information W M SHAW District Passenger Agent 430 Vin Street Cincinnati 0 teen The Busy Mans Line BETWEEN Louisville Evansville St Louis and Southwestc rr IS VIA LOUISVILLE HENDERSON ST LOUIS RY UHENDERSQN ROUTE PULLHAN SLEEPERS FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS Special Roundtrip Ilomeseokera Rates to southwest and west first and third Tuesdays January ant February 1000 Special Tourist Rates to Colorado Texas Mexico and New Mexico on sale daily until April 80 Limit to return May 81 1000 Second olass Colonist Rates to southwest Tickets on salo fleet nnd third Tuesdays ofJanuaryand February 1000 ASK US FOR RATES J II GALLAGHER fg t i T w Il J IRWIN J Traveling Passenger Agent General Passenger Agent 1 Jo It J r f 6 rr t 1 4 INVESTORS WANTED C J Little Points Out tho Needs of Hrcuthitt County Charles J Little a former citi zen of Drcathitt county but now residing in Winchester who stand- among tho first in the esteem und confidence of the people of this section lifts written the following let ter To Hon Henry Lawrence Speak er of the House of Rcpresentn KyDenr me as a humblo citizen of tho Common wealth to thank tho House of Rep resentatives through you for hav ing acted so wisely as it did in voting down tho resolution of lion W A Young providing fo n committee to investigate condi ditions in Hreathitt I lived in that county for thirtyiivo year- and am still closely identifiedwith it through holding proporty there and my affection for its people Conditions have changed very greatly in Breathitt and law and order are ns firmly established there as anywhere in the State If the General Assembly wants to do anything for that region let it make liberalappropriation for a geological survey and to send Mr Norwood and his assistants to be gin work at once so that they may speedily make n thorough and accurate report as to its natural re sources Let the public know its enormous deposits of coal its great forests of timber its slumber ing supplies of oil gas nnd other valuable products und capital will do tho rest They do not want more politicians there such as a committee on investigation might be but in vestors wlo would give employ ment to people now idle and dis tribute tho dollars which have the effect to make those who have a chance to get them conservative and lawabiding Give those peo pie riulroadsrmincs andfnctorics and you will hear no more of lawlessness The surest way to bring this about is to be liberal with the geological survey whose reports will do more to encourage the investments of capital than will any other inlluence A republicntion of the oldre ports would bo of immense nidat the present juncture Would it bo asking tOQ much to request you to have this letter rend to the louse of Representatives whose members I hope will not think me presumptuous in thus addressing them Respectfully yours C J LITTLK For Sale at a Bargain A scholarship in the Interna tional Correspondence Schools at Scranton Pa tho same schools that Mr Hoffman representsI Also three monthss scholarship in tho Bryant Stratum Business College at Louisville Call on or address TUB BREATIUTT COUNTY NEWS Jackson by- Ft1LMOItE Bedford Bowman visited II B Oliver of Filmore Sunday MrI Bowman looks quite different from what ho did some time ago ho has shaved Miss Callio Bowmans school on Middle Creek is progressing nicely She has 32 pupils in attendance Miss Lillie Pal- iner of Jackson attended church hero last SundayMiSS Georgia Strong is visiting her aunt Rachel Crawford Miss Louisa Thomas of Rock Lick visited Miss Sarah Strong SundayMiss Abbie Ol iver visited Miss Martha Fulks SundayMiss Kitty Allen andI Delara Combs attended churchat Fri leys creek Sunday Little Omcr Lucas tho deaf nnd dumb daughter of Frank Lucas died last fhursdayJoo Moore sonI of Jr Moore who has been quite sick with pneumonia is im pravingMiss Sarah Strong visited Miss Abbie Oliver last Tuesday Mrs Elizabeth Strong of this place and Mr and Mrs Crato Oliver of Wolfe county visited Mrs Mary Spencer Sunday iW G Garrison will move to Campton next Monday Henry Oliver of Wolfe county visited his brother II B Oliver last week 0 Take advantage of our subscrip tion offers today lOmnllomflMn ltte jrmfstrrwrn XrbmN 4 THE TWO VANREVELS By BOOTH TAKKINGTON Author of The Gentleman Ftota lailm 5sad Houleui Deinctli CovurlOh r9o9Ap S St1feGurt Ca C- CILtPTCI I IncredulousDportion of our country who knowing that ho soon In tho woolen cupola over Mr Carewcs li brary was commonly alluded to by willnas to deny that the town was a yenta blo hotbed of literary lutcrest or that Sir Walter Scott was 111 appreciated there t Some of the men IOOk ltJYlIud others grinned at mention of upart ment but tho romantic wero tiut lack whispersbowrnight long and the gentlemen drove away white faced In the dawn Tho overs for that was of a single story with a low fcranda running the length of its trout The windows tt the library and of a row of bedrooms one of which was Miss Bettys lined the veranda steamboat fashion the Inner doors of these rooms all opening upon a long hall which bisected the house The stairway leading to tho roots In the cupola rose In the library Itself whllo the bisecting hall afforded the only ac cess to the library hence the gossips well acquainted with the geography of the place conferred seriously together upon what effect Miss Bettys homo coming would have In this connection for any one going to the stairway must needs pass her door and what was more to the point a party of gentlemen descending late from the mysterious turret might not be HO quiet as they In tended and tho young lady sufficiently disturbed to Inquire Of her father what entertainment he provided that should keep hU guests until 4Jh the morning But at present It was with the op posite end of the houto that the town was occupied for there workmen wero hammering and sawing and painting all day long finishing the addition Mr Carewe was building for his daugb ters debut Tills hammering disturbed Miss Ucttyjvho had become almost ns busy with the French Devolution as with her mantua maker for she had found In her fathers library many books not for convent shelves and she had become a Glroadln She found memoirs histories and tales of that delectable period and for a weelr there was vassal In that house to which she sat down earlier than half rlghttulllroP1ertyone who suffered not however Under tho guillotine for to George Mellbac ap pertained the rare dlstlnctlonof death by accident on the day wheel the bust4 ncssllke young Bonaparte played upon the mob with his cannon There were some yellow letters of this greatuncles In a box which had belonged to her grandmother a rich discovery for Miss Betty who read and reread them with eager and excited eyes living more In Paris with Georges and his friends than In Rouen with her father IIndeed she had little else to do Mr Carowe was no comrade for her by far the reverse She seldom saw him except at the table when sat with averted eyes and talked to her very little and while making elaborate preparation for her Introduction to his friends such was his phrase he treated her with a perfunctory civility which made her wonder If her pjlvpnt was altogether welcome to him but when she noticed that his hair looked darker than usual about every fourth day she began to understand why he appeared ungrateful to her for growing up Ho went out a great dent though no visitors camo to the huse for It was known that Mr Carewe desired to present Isis daughter to no one until bo presented her to nil Function Barcaud Indeed made one hurried und embar rassed call evading Miss Bettys refer ence to the chevalier of the kitten with dexterity too nimble to bo thought unintentional Miss Carcwc was forbidden to return her friends visit until after her debut and Mr Cnrewe ex plained that there were always souse worthless young men hanging about Bareauds where he did not add they Interfered with a worthy old one who desired to honor Fauchous older sister Virginia with his attentions This was no great hardship for Miss Betty as since plunging Into the rev olution with her greatuncle she hind lost some curiosity concerning the men of today doubting that they would show forth as heroic ns debonair gay and tragic as he He was tile legendary hero of her childhood She remem bared her mothers stories of him per laps more clearly than sho remembered her mother and one of the older sisters had known him In Paris and had talked of him at great length giving the flavor of his dandyism and his beauty at first hand to his young rela tiveIn tho library hung a small full length drawing of Georges done In color by Miss Bettys grandmother and this she carried to her own room and studied long and ardently until sometimes the man himself seemed to stand before her Miss Betty had an Impression that her grandmothers art of portraiture would have been more siicessfuf with tho profile than the full face Nevertheless nothing could bo more clearly Indicated than that tho hair of M Mellhac was very yellow and his short huge lapeled waistcoat white striped with scarlet An enormous cravat cot lif d his chl 1hoTJeavy collar o Ms flow coat rose behind his cars wlflle tam tell to his ankles and jhV Jifilit trousers of white and yellow ribbonsIllow mid on the back of his head atJuiuttj4cocked bluck Lat Miss BAty J UOccntly wondered why his letters Slid not speak of Petlon of- Ycrgutftud or of Dutuorlcz since In I the liijjforfcal novels which she read tho was Inevitably linked f lIDe of Importance- In hfgeneration Yet Georges appeared to hove been unacquainted with those personages Ilobwplerre consequenceuientloned appeared In much the same fashion practiced by her father In alluding to the governor of tho state who had the misfortune to be unpopular with Mr Carewe But this did not dim her greatuncles luster In Miss Bettys eyes or lessen for her the pathetic romance of the smile ho wore Beholding this smile ono remember ed the cud to which his light footsteps bad let him and It wall unavoidable to picture him left lying in the empty street behind tho heels of tim lying crowd carefully forming that same smile on his lips and taklug much pride In sassing with some small cyst ical speech murmured to himself con cerning the Inutility of a gentlemans getting shot by his friends for merely being present to applaud them So fancying him thus with his yellow hair his scarlet striped waistcoat and his tragedy the young girl iltlt a share of family greatness or at of plctur esqucness descend to her and she smiled sadly hack upon the smile lu the picture and dreamed about Its orig inal night after night Whether or no another figure that ot- a dark young mass In a white hat with a white kitten etching his wrist In red found place In her dreams at this period It Is Impossible to determine She did not see him ngaln It M quite another thug hazardous to venture to state that he did not see her At rill events It is certain that ninny people who had never beheld her were talking of her that Iloucn was full of contention con corning her beauty and heir gift of mu sic for n song can be hoard through an open window And how did It happen that Crnlley Gray knew that It was Miss Carewes habit to stroll In her garden for half itn hour or so each evening before retiring anti that she went to mass every morning soon aft er sunrise Crallcy Gray never roso at or near sunrise in hU life though ho sometimes beheld It from another point of view as tho end of the even ing It appears that somo one must have told him J One night when the moon lay white on the trees and housetops Miss Betty paused In her evening promenade and seated herself upon a bench on the borders of the garden wrought upon by tho tender Incentive to sighs and melancholy which youth in loneliness finds In a lorcHness of the earth for what reason she could not have told since she was without care or sorrow that she knew except the French rove lution yet tears shone upon the long lushes She shook them off and looked up with a sudden odd consciousness The next second she sprang to her feet with a gasp and a choked outcry her hands pressed to Mcr breast Teuj aces In front of her a gap in the shrubbery where tall trees rose left a small radiant area of Illumination like hiU of a limelight In a theater its bril liancy Intensified by the dark foliage behind Itvasopen to view only from the bench by which she stood and ap peered Indeed like the stngo of a little theater a stage occuplcd by a bizarre figure For In the center of this shin- Ing patch with the light strong on his face was standllqfsir haired young man dressed in a yellow coat a scarlet and white striped walstcoast Wearing Dont come near 1 the paipcd I a jauntily cocked black hat on his bend And even to tho last detail the ribbon laces above the ankle and tho gold buckled shoes bo was tine sketch of Georges Mellhac sprung Into life About this slender figure there hung a wan sweetness like a tine mist ul most an ethereality In that light yet In time pale face lurked something reek less something of the actor too and though his smile was gentle and wist ful there was a twinkle behind it not seen at first something amused and impish a small surprise underneath like a flea In a rose jar Fixed to the spot by this apparition Miss Betty stood wildly staring her straining eyelids showing the white above and below tho large brown Iris Her breath came taster and deeper until between her parted lips It bo- amovoealf In n quick sound like a sob I t tM that Le spoke Forgive mel The voice was low vibrant and so exceedingly musleal that he night have beets accused of coolly selecting his best tohofnml It be carpe only sweeter when oven more softly in n seinlwhlspcr of almost cru cial pleading ho said Ah dont go away I In truth site could not go She sad been too vitally stirred She began to tremble excessively and sank bock up on the bench motioning him away with vague gestures of her shaking bands Incroynblehllttsires He started forward with an ex clamation Dont come ncarl she gasped Who are yowl Go awayl Glue me one second to explain be began but with the instant reassur Race of this beginning she cut him off short her fears dispelled by his com dlsplncedthcmup before him to her full height You did not come in by the gatdl she cried What do you mean by coming hero in that dress What right have you in my garden V Just one word ho begged quickly but very gently Youd allow a street beggar that much She stood before him panting and as ho thought glorious in her flush of youth and linger Tom Vaurevel had painted her Incoherently but richly in spite of that his whole heart being In the portrait and Cralley Gray had smiled at what he deemed the exag geration of an ordinarily unimpres sionable man who hind fallen in lovu at first sight yet In the presence of the reality the Ineroyable decided that Toms colors had been gray and humble hit you have anything to say for yourself say It quickly said Miss BettyYou were singing a while ago he answered somewhat huskily and I stopped on the street to listen then I came here to be nearer The spell of your voice lIe broke off abruptly to change tho word The spell of the song came over melt is my dearest favorite so that I stood afterwargln a sort of trance only hearing again in tho silence The stolen heart like the gathered rose will bloom but for a day I did not see you until you came to the bench You must believe me I would not have frightened you for anything In the world Why are you wearing that dressy lIe laughed and pointed to where behind him on the groumL lay along gray cloak upon which had been toss ed a white mask Im on my way to the masquerade be answered with an airy gesture Tin an Ineroyable you see and I had tile costume made from reco ctibuipf a skojcti of your greatuiicliL 1 saw it a longtime ago In your a- Miss Cu + I ii4 d polsFwass- quite recover tshe walrf8 ctotdlsuppolntl11parltlon muo so tame an expla nation WIt af said was palpably tho truth MTuere was a masquerade that nIght site kuewj at the Madtll ions a Ij tit Wily j1 CllreTO street and her ti ie gone on hour earll er a blue l o duo over his arm The Ihqfrtjyiblo was a person of al most maWcai perceptiveness H6 felt the letdown immediately and feared a failure This would not do The at pnuatbeme he began In a quickly Impassion ed tope t was only after roil Jll1ng- n drea ossessed me and J I cAotE tay to talk Ith jo Miss lJt I errupted and added Vd a straightforwardness which made him J lamentably dt- rect u l4nathinow you She turjiML townnl the housc where upon gyve a little pathetic exclama tlon Of pleading In a voice that was i masterly being as stncora wae- w musical and he toOk a W ni steps toward herleP 1 stretched S eh y One moment moreRtr Atie turned again to him Vftj one chance of my lj I you Dont deny mo tbj kill meet you when time ha comes will dance wltlj i you see you whenlhtI b you sing I piusj the gates or steal like t ij ur garden to hear you Y1 ace Listen to me just this mo men t 3 I cauuot listen RhAnpawith a whisk of herr r fall on the gravel patodtIre stoodumfound edtnu having Como to playillf lef role but to find the scene jkfh out lila bawls ss treI10 na+COfrLWUJ tfCINCIYN1It AK 13ir CINCIN 1 r1 Hogs Good rCb4 hcko and butchers 5 ty IXli l S qtt perm 5 ood to choice QJfli CAillCisItoj fair C rs ers audifeetfort 2 50 Sheep S 5- 15j commOn f t 4 50 Lambs nowtQfrtirf4 25 a6 85 J 4i T Natural nas waa + turnedon in p suplyMenifee countyand Uiet estimated cost thus far in plying Jlexington Mt Sterling- anit ester te i i r 01feS tW JfE1pIZI k iMSWELER LEXINGTON + i9ELt8h DIAMONDS A jjWATCHES it CLOCKS IYJEWELUY w Silverware u 4trOUTCLASS I It A GOOD To Deal WithIt TRY Inn FOR Anything in tho JEWELERS LINE I t I J WISE HAGINSA- TTOKNEYAFLAW Office over PostOffice r JACrgOK KlNTCCJCT mAll business Intrusted to him will receive prompt and careful at tention BtIHVRYVRff11f1R TmTrnfnm1RRIIili I L C ROARK Ii LAWYER r g = JACKSON KENTUCKY p Will practice In Breathitt and J- c s JIagjffln OountlesIIIWBJ WWW RemedyCares PUBLIC SALEd I will at one oclock at the MondayFebruary I the11ighesting one hundred and thirty two acresoj land lying one and onehalf miles south of Mt Sterling with Levee turnpike dividing same in to two tracts of 87 and 45 acres each I shall offer first the 45 acres with two ponds anda v pair pf stpckscales on the east side of Pll 87 acres of well improved land all modern and neces milkKousekitchen door now stock barn and facekindbest located and best watered farms in the Statewatered by seven springs I will then offer farm as a whole the highest bid being takenTerms onethird cash and bal ance in one and two years from date of sale deferred payments to bear G per cent per annum inter est and to be secured by a lien retained upon the property Pur chasers will be permitted to pay as muchcash as they desire B F Chenault 1215 nt Sterling Ky W H Henderson Ayres Street Opp Putt Ofllse LEXINGTON KY DEALER IN Grain Seeds Feed Wheat Rye Barley Oats end Corn Clover Timothy Millet Blue Grass Orchard Grass Hungarian Hay Straw Mill Feed 4 rotmKIDIIYQJaMekn + i The 6reatiMl News I PER YEAR IN ADVANCE M 0 jw WISE HAGI SEDiTO I 1rLA TtRB 1t I JACKSON KENTUCKY 1 o S522S252 tJ P lDR 0 H SWANOQ b I mlY5I I ANAN D ZtlR GE0N rn OFFICB MOURS8 A MTO 4 P n I m IN HAKOI8 UUILDINOI m JACKSON KENTUCKY r ls2S2S2S2S25252SS n imDAY FEB 2 I r t Much comment and severe crit ism is heard regarding e action J HOB W A Yonngin iJttro ifijing a bill before the present session of tho Legislaturoof the Commonwealth to provide for the appointment ota peace commls siplj11s t- 1Brenthi t County- trx A t ate was introduced by olfmtretleatative John Grifltt iYoiiog bill was rightly 1rIfareknot going to inquire into tlaeltnotiro of Mr Young in ltrooucmgthat bill but we want to say that in so doins ho was a either ig 0 state of affairsiicount purposointhe present adOnjlSperhaps tho t abidin g county in the late aliavo a sot of officers wliomettn todo an will do their duty Mind the law breakers havo come to know that e feet and what led Mr Young o oflhension and beyond the corn pr0 hension of every other citizen of countyIf and other mem V bers of the Kentucky Legislature u want to help Breathitt county let helpingi 1 conoilsx parhaps than any other county MI the State and her vast fields cOalare practically untouched Wo need something to show th cnpitalwhat it is Petting for tho invest imut and in to show this to the outside world we must have a report made on tho treasure of wealthwhich the hills of Eastern Kentucky contain Thov turo should make an aPProPriatio n to the Stato e him examine and publish a report countyaHe can show the outside world by such report the great o portunlt which is presented for invoetnte- we can get investors to come Kentucky has kept behind trace of development because of tho insufficiency reports on h iIinAcon pxritively few years has deoelo e8 gStatesall directly traceable to tho work Ofthe Geological Survey oft thal Stito The survey showed invest ors what the State contained an investors came and if Kentucky should make a suflicient lytoSlOWv iThatA mittee Breathitt needs sltolr0ppif pooptoy and when capital does come it can come knowhui its interests and propertywilrbe protected and that the reports sent out by snchI work as the bill of Mr Young ex ist only in the mind of a few and have no groundsor foundations to bnr them out Wo haye never had any com plaint from persons wino have in vested their money in this 0ofthe State that their property i notprotoctedand wo do not in toad to have any complaints but we do want more investors and tile only way to get thorn is to show them that wo have the ma tennis for investment L The Sunday school of tine South Fork Baptist cliurchwas reor giiniz3d last Sunday n week ago with n class of Qfty enrolled T GBik was elected superintendent HenryClemons 1V B Clemons of the South Forkjnoighborhood brought down a r1 t Monday TQUlt EUROPIiFRhI 1 The CourierJournal Tnko Nineteen You tiff Vdthcn Abroad As Its Guests Tho CourierJournal is conduct iniia popularity contest that eclipses anything of tins kind over promoted in this section Briefly he CourierJournal proposes to on a seven weeks tour nbroad nineteen young women from Kentucky and Southern Indiana till expenses paid from tho day the party leaves Louisville July 12 until it returns to The Old Ken tacky Home August 29 To give all a chance tins CourierJour nal has divided Louisville and Kentucky nail Southern Indiana iqto eighteen districts and the most popular young woman from each district is to be the one to make the tour The nineteenth young woman is to be selected i another way Readers of tint CourierJournal are to select the guests for the paper by ballot It is estimated that the trip alone will cost the CourierJournal about 15000 to say nothing of incidental and othorj necessary ex penses Theren bo a young woman from this section who is a candidate for this tour Write the CourierJournal Louisville Ky for a list of candidates and full details of tho tourtfr During a quarrel over n debt of 50 cents Joshua Meadows shot and instantly killed his cousin Burton Little at Hazard last week After the deed Meadows attempted sui tide by shooting Himself but i- YI n flitted a slight wound only orMASTER Commissioners Sale d13rcathitt Circuit Court F W Fletcher Plaintiff vs Notice of Sale A D Jackson Defendant By virtue of n judgment and order of sale of the Breathitt Cir cuit Court made and entered i n the above styled cause at its regu tar October term 1905 for tin c sum of 12500 with interest from the 23d day of February 1905 and 10 00 costs therein ex ponded I shall proceed to offer for solo at the front door of the Court House in Jackson Breathitt coo n jty Kentucky on nonday February 19 06 ofit being the first day of the February term of the Brcathi Circuit Court Between tho hours S of 11 oclock n Wad 2 ocloc pm rho folM Kj n describe r t top rtydbeing in Brbathitt coi y on tho south fornil Creel + aid i as fol Begin white oak nail two hjcJJ dine non r the creek dtovF teas tin + thence r h till In tine satin e to rho h d of lie w then C0 up file mill to the to rho ridg0 and with the ridge tola l igh knob at the hack of Bon D liters field- vq + thence down the point to lug knob at tine head of big field Ito Unv thence down the poi Darntn lots thence cr as it hemalodors to the begi in or s as will o cessar to satisTy the above nnKd jailer g meat interest and s of tlis sale Said I o sal nit public auction t t s high nail best bidder on norWit of six months and the purchaser will bo re uircyltogive bond fortho pu- el r ont approved c Ixidlrihirinlefest from dot ctof Raving the force nnd areplevin bond and lie preserved in said bon f of the pur lQnd interest Bidders proparedto comply p1 Snt these ter- msoD3bt125 00 Int t dayigf sole 750 looo Corn nits cost 7 50aCosh 12 00 T 108 60 a J Ct1RD11ELL 1 DI G B C y JESTER COMMISSIONERS SALE Breathksircuit Court Abrelia Marc tfAdministratrix Plaintiffsvs Floyd Itiy Animstrtiori cT k i Defendants 13trfrtuo l1la o1it and ortlc of sale f tht fJJ1tt Oir cUI Uourt mad rfl1 attt6rtd in the ajoiro styledt lqrcguI Jar loran r the SU11t3l 300iQO Iff interest thor n ii of Oct i bar 1902untU and 35 00 costs thoseti e ailed I shall proceed to o erg r sale lit tine front door of tho Court House in Jackson Ureatbitt county Ky on Moii iay February 19 06 it being the first day of the regu tar February term of the Breathitt Circuit Court between the hours of ll oclock a ra and 2 oclockL 4 4s k1 r ttine fo1Jowinsr described real orty hying and being in BreNthitt rount on Frozen C fek and boundedand described at I ollows Beginning nt a sptaco I pinoand beech at mouthof n the twn branch at Wm Strongs beginning corner just below aidf1 rO14sided 1straightline to the main dividing sC between Frozen and Quicksand thence around tho head of Meeting House branch on the top of the ridge it being the back line of the said Laura Sewell conveyed to her by James Strong and the same convoyed to him by Lillie Combs then with said William Strongs line to the beginning so as to include all the land ion the loft hand fork of tho Meeting House branch containing 300I tacresthereof as will bo necessary to satisfy the above named debt In proertynwill bo at n tho highest nail best bidder on a credit of six months and tho pur chaser will be required to give bond for the purchase money with approved security bearing interest from the day of salo and having the force and effect of a replevin bond and n lien will be reserved in said bond for the payment of tho purchase price an interest Bidders must bo pro pared to comply promptly witht theso terms Amount of debt 0300 00 Amount of interest CO 75 Amount of cost 85 00 Commissioners cost T 50n Cost of printing 13 00 TotalamountS41G 25 J W OARDWELL M C BCC master commlg8iogers Sale BKEATIUTT CIRCUIT COURT Abrelia Marcum Guardian- vs Plaintiff Nellie Flanncry c Defendant Petition in Equity By virtue of a judgment and order of salo of tho Broathitt Circuit Court made and entered in the above styled causo at its re ular October term 1905 I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Jackson Breathitt Count Kentucky on Monday Fehunry 10 00 It being tho first day of tine rogu Ian Febunry term of tho Breath itt Circuit Court between tho hours of 12 oclock m and 2 oclock p m the following described real property lying and being i Breathitt County Kentucky on anttd Beginning on a rock marked B Mard11 tributary of tho north fork of the Kentucky river about 800 foot above the forks of the said creek on the lino of tho iands of Leo Deaton thence S 3530 W 508 feet to a black oak S 4330 W 100 feet to a chestnut S W 734 feet to two small sourwoods on a corner to tho land of John Davidson thence with said David sons lino 81115 W 232 feet to n black oak S 64 15 w 176 feet to a toItnut s 74 30 w 882 feet to a wood n 74 15 w 22 feet to a m pie s 72 45 w 259 feetto a sour wood n 73 30 w 206 feet toy chestnut on a knob s 55 w 39 7 1 feet to a small dogwood s 66 30 fP 198 feet to a black jacks 11 15 w nndittwo hickories corner to the of Jasper Arrowood thence lca ing tho land of said Davidson an 1with the land of Arrowood s 52 15 w 200 feet to a chestnut onks57 30 w 150 feet to a cross on a slaked sw s 62 w 216 feet to ft largo black oak withold market s 89 45 W 109 feot to a chestnut s 63 w 272 feat to chestnut oaks 54 30 w 264 fco to a stake s 78 45 w 206 cotton chestnut oak n 81 30 w 295 fee to a black oak n 70 w 290 foott to chestnut stump n 00 80 w 70 feet to a doublo chestnut oaks 68 30 w 554 feet to a stake s 71V 322 feet to a cross on a rock near a small hickory s 80 w 230 feet to a chestnut oak corner to tho land of J R Newton Arrowoodand with his line leaving tine lino of Jaspor Arrowood 76 15 w 25 Ifeet to a stakes n 42 15 w 103 fee to a stake n 51 w 160 tact to a hickory and double chestnut 2 45 w 179 feet to a stake on a knobI near a largo rock n 69 45 w 138I feet to a stake n 80 15 w 185 feetI to a staKe n 55 30 w 199 feet to n stake n 59 30 VIM feet to a double hicKory n 52 51 w 183 feet to a stake n 51 w 137 feet to a stake under Nailers rock n 41 60 w to two poplars under Nailers rocks BenjaminDlcIntosh ng tho lino of J R Newton Ar rowoodn 133 w 95 feet to a locust n 171 w 244 feet to 4 liiciv I ory n 53 w 248 feet to a dead pine n 79 15 w 110 loot to a chestnut n 67 45 w 208 feet to a n pine s 85 50 w 104 feet to a staKe n 84 30 w 105 feet to a smallsourwood n 78 05 w 508 feet to a small hicKory s 79 80 w 97 feet to a hicKory n 84 w 123 feet to a staKe n 74 50 w 238 feet to n whita oak corner to land of Leo Combs nnd with his line leaving tine land of Ben Mc lntosh n 24 15 o 251 feet to a hicK ory n 145 o 202 feet to n stti o flHljja 101 e ttoaatllkor17 41 e 114 feet pine by a Inrgo rook n 29 JGH feet tla large black jack n SO 5 e 101 feel to a maple on a Urge n 15 re w 807 feet to a stake n fM7 feel tit two pines j n 28 45 e 08 toot to intake n 17 45 e 103 feet to a clogs by a flat rock n 20 30 e 40b fe fet to a slake n Oe 141 feet to a chestnut oak corner to land of Alfred loUun end on hla line leaving the lips of Lee Ciimb a 85 e 142 feet to a walnut a 82 fie 120 feet to a Mak n 89 30 e 191 feet to a pine in 75 e256 feet to a take n69 e 216 led to n pine nod chestnut n 33 e 202 feet to a emai- lblckmpn 00 30 e 181 feet to a tabn 5545 A lR2f t to a black Jack n Cl 30 B 133 feeCjAa large chestnut onk nOS e 153 feet to a stake n 74 e 185 fret to a stake n 89 e 135 feet to a tabi r S3 e 112 feet to a mall chest nut oak s 77 e 1S8 poles to a black jnok n 03 30 e 200 poles to a chestnut u 9515 e 04 feet to a ohestfait oak n 51 30 is 107 feet to a cruse on a rock n 50 80 e 00 feet tu a chertnut under a large rock n 50 30 e 01 feet to a pine- n 07 e 100 feet to a take t n 29 30 e 128 feet to a stake n 130 w 73 feet to a stets OR a rock n 14 w 993 feet to a chestnut oak n 8 30 w 19 feet to a chestnut n 10 A 98 feet to a tale oakda chestnut n ls80 w 145 foot to a chestnut n 18 45 o 100 feet to a cross on a rock Ji 31 15 0 78 foot to a stakei s 87 o 01 feet toe lo cust B 81 15 0 75 foot ton cross on rock n 80 30 o 66 feet to a red bud n 74 45 0122 feet to two hick ories n 75 45 o 177 feet to a black jack n 66 30 c 120 feet to a small hickory n 5Q 15 o 150 feet to Cross on a rock n 58 30 flHfiO foot to a largo chostnut oukll 87 15 o 124 feet to a hickory n 78 3001GB feet to chestnut calC s 87 IS o 177 feet to a small white oak n 43 15 o 176 feet to a chestnut oak corner to land of Mary Spicer andwith her lino leaving land of Alfred HoIIon n 72 0 493 foot to a large chestnut oak n 9T 30 o 414 feet to a flat rock n 37 15 e 280 foot ton stake corner to land of Kentucky Union Lnnd Co and with their land lealnirthe land of Mary Spi cer s 61 45 o 867 feet to a small pine on n knob s 15 w 539 feet to n pine s 15 g3H feet to q stake s 37 c 241 to ft chestnut oak on righthandHowards Crook n 73 SOo 419 feet to a black oak n 55 80 o 147 feet to a stake n 61 45 o f60 feet to n small chestnut oak on knob s 56 15 c391 feet to a doublo chestnut n 4145nc 543 feet to a rqck on ft high knob s 00 0 626 foot to a hickory s 88 30 o 142 feet to a stake n 83 c 211 feet to a chestnut oak on knob be tween Cane Creek Doty Shoal Branch nnd Ilownrds Creek cor ner to Doty Shoal tract n 47 30 e 486 feet to three dogwoods n 21 1 184 feet to a hickory n 44 80 382 foot to a hickory on n hlali knobn 80 15 0 671 foot to a anal chestnut onkt s 04 45 o 171 feet t a hickory s 81 80 e 250 feet to t stake s 57 o 278 feet to n bloc oak corner to land of Thomaf Chaney and with his line leaving the line of tho X U Land Com pang thence s 42 15 e 143 feet tc totdogas e t 21ato a onks 40 45 010 feet to a stake on the andof n s 13 30 a 358 foot to a 1atnkQ s OS 30 p GO toot to a syca Shoaldriverdleavingtrio231 feet to a double dogwood B 40 45 w 114 foot to a stako s 34 45 w 258 feet tQ a stake s 40 30 w 347 tout to a stake on side of the larget 74ta w 308 foot to a rod oakn u4w 252 feet to a stake n 43 30 w 321 feot to a sassafras j w 170 foot to a locust n 70 15 w 212 feet to a stake n 74 w 122 feet to a sour wood on point between Doty Shoal Branch and 1Y E Gambills branch thenco n 57 15 w 213 feet ontBranch thence s 57 45 w 280eot to u small hickory a 45 w 320 feet a locust s 12 45 w 301 feet to bUck oak by a large rpck on a knob thence 115 SO e 704 feet to a black oak on a knob s 51 e 3C8 feet to a red oak and sourwood 8815 e 875 feet to a red oak s 10 45 e 134 feet to a stake 845- Hi e 371 feet to a double maple a 11 15 e 105 feet to a black oak on a ridge corner to the landof Lee Deaton and with his line leaving the line of W E Gamblll thence s 48 w 120 teat to a red oak on the side of the hill s 41 w 4Q teat to a white oaks 80 30 w 283 feet to a red oak on the side of the hill thence s 83 30 w410 feet to the begin Ing containing 710j acres by actual survey Said property will be sold at public auction to the highest and best bidder on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to give bond for the purchase money with approved security bearing inter est from date nfrnle and ImviiiK force nnd effect of n replevin buntl a lien wilt be reserved In Bald bLfor the full payment of the iurelm price end Interoat Didder must prepared to comply promptly with ihe e terms CUlt of ltdw80 W- Uommlsdnnrf costa 7 50 Cost of printing 70 00 s Total i t 10840 r W OAiinwEu M cno 0 MASTER ommissfonors vale Breathitt Circuit Court Evcrsole Son Plaintiff vs Notice of Sale H C Cornett ftc Defendants By virtue ofa judgment and order of salo of tho Breathitt Cir cuit Court made nnd entered in tine above styled cause nt its reg ular October term 1105 in favor of Evcrsole Son for 100 00 with interest from the 13th day of October 1905 nlso in favor of Fairbanks Construction Co for S700 00 with interest from the 23d day of March 03 and 20 85 costs therein expended I shall proceed to offer for sale at Henry llollcns steam mill on the middle forko Kentucky river in Breathitt count Kentucky on Thursday February lath 05 between the hours of 12 oclock m and 2 oclock p m tho followin described personal property situated and being in Breathitt county Ky and on tho Big Branch a tributary of the north fork of the Kentucky river and also on the wtora of the middle fork of tho Kentucky river vizt One 12 11 P Nenjjlo lira box boiler with 10 H P engine mounted on skids and one new Junior size saw mill built by tine Enterprise Manufac turing Company with solidcar rialto 54 inch solid tooth saw CO feet 8 inch lourplcamnsq stiohed belt ono 18 inch vorticlo corn will built by Nordykc Mormon Co Indianapolis Ind 40 feet 6 Inch fourply canvass belt nnd nil other fittings belonging to tho same or so much thoro j of as will be necessary to satisfy tho above named judgment inter est and posts of this sale Said property will be sold at public the highest and best bidder on a credit of six months and tits purchaser will be required to give bond for tho purchase securitybearingsale and having the force and ef fect of a replevin bond and n lie will bo f in said bond fo tho full payment of tine purchase price and interest Bidders must bo prepared to comply promptly with theso terms Amt of Kvorsolos debt 100 00 Interest on sumo to day of sale 2 00 Amount of FairbanksI I Construction Co debt 700 00 daytI 122 50- I Amount of cost of suit 20 35I Commissioners cost 7 50- I Cost of printing 13 SO Total 900 15 J W CAUDWKLL M C B C C MASTERk Commissioners Salo 0Breathitt Circuit Court The Fnhbanks Construction Co- Plaintiff vs Notice of Sale Apperson Lovely c Defendants By virtue ofa Judgment and order of sale of the Breathitt Cir reJrltlarMI190000 with 0 per cent interest from the 25th day of November 1902 unttlJlUidand 1825 there in proceed to of conyenionplace J of Quicksand Crock in Brcnthitt County Jontuckon FEliKDAItY tho 8th 1000 ylowingpBoilermounted on skids ono medium sized right hand saw mill with solid carriage 54inch solid tooth saw GO foot 10 inch tour ply belt canvas stitched and nil other fit outfitbuiltfracturing Co of Columbus Ohio Said property will be sold nt public auction to tho highest nnd bidder on n credit of six months nnd tho purchaser will Ixj required to give bond for tho pur chase price with approved recur ity bearing interest from day of sale and having tho force nnd ef feet of a replevin bond and n lion will be reserved in said bond for the full payment of tine purchase price and interest Bidders must must bo prepared to comply promptly with these terms Debt 900 00 Interest 171 00 Cost of suit 18 25 Commissioners cost 7 50 Cost of printing 9 40 Total 110015 J W CARDWELL MOBOO DAY BROS COMPANY 1 to Wholesale and = Retail I have the most complete stock of iiif 4+ td GENERAL MERCHANDISE it Ever brought to jackson Consisting y4 I L t of I I M 1 J jJvg a dJ5t t Ntis r I IOtLfqfr t p I d N fS r d f 1J 1 S oeSfr Wo have the iincist lino of shoes in East ern Kentucky Nr melt a shoes lire of 9r the latest style Ladiesewe have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy THE LATEST DESIGNS IN MIS NERYIThis Depart isijLucuL under the man agement of Miss Margaret Basket whop rcan show you I The Latest Style Hatsadirect from New York City Also GOODSIn l MarketsIf or FURNITURE We are the people you are looking for 1 we have it by car loads to suit- everybody r Come and see us our u rrtnntr+ IIIUUIII H Hiltl HHHUII nKfH1IIHUllllltlitHIfII III mrnuculltuTV A I Rightilllimiiiiii11 S DAY BROSJ COMPANYJackson jTheBreathitt News I Published vcrr lrhlny CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS 1 A YEAR c J WISE uAGIN51nrrou- T j Local and Personal Mrs Jamas Roberts is quite sick 0 Hucldcn will hnvo KALI Saturday George W Denton of Lost 1 Creek way hero Tuesday rMiles Terry of Turkey war S hero on business Thursday fN Horn to Mr and Mrs D B Hagins pf Stevenson a boy Ernest Haddcn of Montgomery county is in the county buying cattle lteU Sctzcr will hold services at the Baptist church next Sunday February 4 Roberts of Lost Creek tAHredLexington last Monday und returned Tuesday L Ben Clemons Jr of Clemons i is selling out his property proc f paratory to moving to Pauls Val leyIT Dr J P Boggs and Daniol Turner returned Jost week from n visit to Davenport and other points in Oklahoma Dr W P Hogg and his broth or Walter S Hogg have gone to hoiuckooping in the Dr Cox property on Arlington avenue Tames 11 Back left hcrctMonday with his daughter Miss Dcssic for Hazel Green whcro she will enter the Hazel Green Academy Hiram Centers took charge of tho bridge last Thursdyunder his contract to pay tho county 37CO for the privilege of collect ing toll for ono year Curt Hounshell and Mint Laura Barnett were married at tho resi jdonco of Bud Hack on Quicksand creek last Wednesday Rev Stephen Carpenter officiating Prof J F Lukens returned the first of the week from his home in Lebanon 0 where he was called about two weeks ago on account of tho illness of his wife Ho re ports her much improved A C llmlxon and family have moved buck to their farm near Noble Mr lI1t4on had been sick for several month llmoed here HO that he could bo treated He has almost recovered his health O C Hall is putting on the finishing touches on the plastering in tho S D Flecnor building L T Bolin it Sons are doing the car pouter work The building will tic completed in a few days llurnam Walter who was on trial in the Wolfo circuit court charged with killing Henry Freeman in the Dykes Wilson light near Leo City last summer was acquitted tho charge last week Mrs John Watts accompanied by Miss Ida Strong left last Tuesday for California where she will sUiy for several months for her health Sho JIBS been sick for somo time with throat or lung trouble The Jackson Business liens Club have issued invitations for n dance which will bo given at their clubrooms next Friday night February 9th at 8 oclock MUSK will bo furnished by a string hand from Lexington Mr and Mrs M C Bailey take this method of thanking their many friends for their kindness and expressions of good will at the celebration of their golden 1wedding Anniversary held at their homo on east Main street las t Wednesday F B Endicott returned frot Berca last week where he sold t the Bcrea College one of the fines Orchestral Grand Everett Pianos ever sold in the State This piano was installed in the handsome 10 000 chapel dedicated on Jan 7th of which we made mention o r somo time ago A case between the Brcatlut Iron Coal Lumber Co ngmns t the Loveland Garrett Co involv jug the ownership of n largo lot o staves cut in Knott county WN passed upon by Judge Benton nt Winchester Jan 27 The Love landGarrctt Company was award ed apart of tho property another d phases of tho cnso wore sent to Knott county for trial This case will go to tho Court of Appeals I tq 1 l A MYSTERIOUS DEATH Fleet Tluirp Dies Suddenly Thought to have BIMJII Ioisoiictl Flcm Tliarp died suddenly at hit home near Howards Creole Thursday evening about six oclock It is thought that he was poisoned as he had just taken it doso of medicine from a bottle and died in about twenty minutes His daughter took a small quantity tof the medicine which malt Jici sick and she was saved only by heroic dibits There js a mystery about tl sCjAO nshe land taken all the medicine outW tho bo the but the last dose It is thought that sdmoono had changed tho contents of the botllo and that Tliarp took it thinking it was gen hue A thorough investigation will be made Into the matter TUB DEATH IIOLL MM Lydia Holbrooks wife of Isaac Holbrooks died at her homo near KoiiHscau of pneumonia Thursday Tho fiventonIhs old child of Mr and Mrs George 11 Gretn died Ist Saturday night at the home of Rev W W Green after a short illness It was buried Sun Jay in the Sefell burying ground Mr and Mrs Green live at liar rison Station and were visiting1 Mr Greens parents Rev and MM W W Green J D Moore is selling out his household goods preparatory to moving to Lexington Solomon Shepherd left hero today for Lexington where he will take n course in u business college Jnck FoucliH little girl fell in the fire at their homo on Stray lininch and was burned to death lost Wednesday Marriage licenses were issued since last publication to Too Fields und Miss Lulu Chi hlenf both of Kilmore John Morris tool Miss Mary linker both of Oakdale Gen Joseph Wheeler died last Thursday a week ago of pneumonia at the home of his sister in Brooklyn N Y He was a veteran If two wars the Civil War in which he espoused the cause of tho South Jamos Osborn filedn deed of trust in the county clerks office Thursday conveying his property to J1J McCoy trustee for the benefit of his creditors Ho lad been in business hero for more than n year and carried a lino of clothing shoes underwear e F B Endicott tho local pinno dealer has an ad on this page of fering some rare bargains in his line These pianos are new stock and pre guaranteed Read his ad und call on hiin at his store on Broadway and you will find the pianos are tho best on tho market L V Co are rebuild in Tlift bridge across tjia river town They are SlUt ting in two wooden spats ono oh each side of tho rlvori and a steel spun fifty feet Jong leaving room for for rafts and drift timber to pass through J B Cason of the L Fl lly is superintending the work The children of Pleasant White Icy who died several years ago and who was a pensioner have been grantcda pension at tho rate of 2 per month each in addition to the 8 per month granted to Pleasant Whitley in his lifetime Their first cheek came in last week for 35033 which was the amount duo to date James Clemons is their guardian Calab Flctchcr and amibof Simpson left hero Thursday for Nicholasvillo where they will make their future home Mr hisolifo and is ono of our best citizens und we are sorry to see him leave He goes there to engage in farm ing and to send his children to school Wo wish them much suc cess in their homo Sheriff Breck Crawford tho Brcathitttcounty brought to tho asy lum Tuesday for confinement paf tient was born blind which aft fiction later in lifo unbalanced his mind malting him truly an object of pity This is the second patient thus doubly afflicted that has been admitted to tho asy hum in the last ten days the oUter being a woman from Fayotto county Lexington Leader I Judge Blnnton Writes Concerning Youngs Bill Judge W II Blanton former County Attorney of Breathitt has written the following letter which explains itself lion Henry Lawrence Speaker 01 the House of JlcprcsentativcS Frankfort Ky 1 My Dear SjrTho bill introduced in your body some days agt by lion W A Young of Rowan county 1 asking for u committee on investigation for Breathitt county but which was promptly and properly voted down by your honorable body seems to me to require some explanation and expression of fueling by those who are more acquainted with Breath itt county than the member who introduced the bill I have lived in Breathitt county fur many years have raised n large family here have been County Judge arid County Attorney of Breathitt county ahd I know that at the present time and under the present administration law and order will prevail and our future Ipoks very bright and prosperous Wo dont need pence committees- bccausethey always do more harm than good Wo dont at tho pres ent need any interference from tho State authorities we have gone past what the State at large called thin state of lawlessness in Breath itt and peace reigns all over the county The people hero are waiting for developments They want their resources developed They arc Inviting inspection of their fields of eonloils and minerals and are as far from the idea which the lion Young wished to convey as light is from lark If people como to us to invest we can show thorn what we have but as all investors can not visit us and in order to show them what our county and Eastern Kentucky contains we need some report made of our vast fields of wealth such us coal timber and minerals If the Legislature of Kentucky wants to help Breathitt county let it make a provision to have a report made of its coal and miner ills and wo can assure any capitalists or investors who may come to be interested by the report so made that their interest will be protected to a greater extent than any other place in the United States Our people need work and when capital comes they will have work and in order to induce capital to come we must show that we have the resources for investment and the Legislature of Kentucky ought to bo interested to show what our State contains- If this Legislature wants to do something for the pooplo of Breathitt county let it make an ap propriation to make a report on her resources and no one need fear but that any investment mado hero fill bo protected- I would like you to have this letter read before your Honorable Body Yours very respectfully W II BLAST OS Wants License Tho following letter received by Captain A II Short is selfox ilanatory the writer making his object clear although his spelling etc are not firstclass Jannuary tho 15 1906 Mister Debit for Corlccttor i want lisons for to set liccor on bucks crick near Andy Hoovers rit and tel mo what they coust und i send you the money from John Will Hooro to tho Debity for Corlecttor back your letter to Wagcrsvillc Ky Little Buy Kills ills Mother A special from Gunpton dated January 30 811sln a frenzy of rage induced by a spanking from his mother for neglect of duty Willis Hatton the sovenyearok son of John Hatton a planter of Rogers shot and killed his mother last night When the boy realized what ho had dono ho threw him self upon her body and told the unlistoning cars that ho had meant no harm and with all tho at the command of hisinfmt tongue implored her to speak to hm In the afternoon Mrs hut ton had sent the little felloW on an errand with instructions to hurry back Ho did not return until night The mother spanked him As soon as the lad was free he turned to his mother and exclaimed I will kill you for thatHe rushed into lib fathers room and securing n pistol from abureai drawer returned and shot his mother Stop with Hurt Bros at Reed hotel when in Lexington r 525ZSc iitsl rnCLOCI M al SILVERWARE SILVER NovELTIES CUT GLASS Af C1 UMBRELLAS jmnnd all kinds of FIRST C1S5 JEUSCFJY mS DFLEENOll IDrIls a25z5u2s25u52 He Shore Saw Ills Shadow Today is ground hog day find the same as a weather prognostica 1 will be watched with interest by many despite the fact that he occasionally misinterprets things of late Perry County Prisoners Deputy Collector M II Holli day of Perry county was lucre Tuesday lie land just returned from a raid in Pike Lctchcr and llo counties where ho destroyed four large moonshine distilleries and captured another outfit all except the still which the shiners had just taken away 1 Fenry Adams was tho owner of one of the dis tilleries and is considered one of the most desperate n in the mountains lie firedssat Mr Holliday and his posse but did not hit either of them Ho anti Deputy Marshal Horne brought 13 prisoners charged with various offenses here for trial before U S Commissioner It A Hurst The Golden Milestone Mr and Mrs rC Baily cele brated their golden wedding nt their home in this city Wednes day of this week it being the last day of January They were mar ried to each other fifty years ago and their union has been blessed by ten children nine daughters and one son A large crowd of their friends gathered at their home Wednes day evening bringing with them ninny costly presents One valua ble remembrance was twenty dol tars in gold given them by some of their friends who combined their gifts A most sumptuous meal was served at three oclock and tho entire crowd present par took of n most delicious feast It was indeed n most impressive oc casion to see the favorite couple after two score and ten years of happy wedlock as they renewed their vows and again spoke words of fidelity The services were conducted by Her W Powell with most fitting ceremony and with words of thanksgiving for their happy union Mr and Mrs Bailey are among our most highly respected citizens TilE NEwt joins their many friends lucre and elsewhere in wishing them many happy returns and yet many prosperous years together James 11 Back who lives a tho Round Bottom raised a pump kin vino last season that bore fifty good sized pumpkins CLAY HOLE Hczckiah Combs passed through hero recently buying stock Jako Ilounahcll and S II McIn tosh passed through today cnroute to Jackson on business Loganta ears from the Indian Territory They are about seven inches long Uncle Noah Peters is hustling around now and making ready fo another wild goose chase Ho is going to Washington this time ho says Lori Collins began his second term of school here Monday Ho says ho is teaching for chairman S H McIntosh Ho has ono scholar regular every day Clarence has the nicest line of coffee in town DONT HESITATE JTo place your orders for printing in our hands Wo give great care to type Setting Proof Reading and Press Work Jt Wrong Wrtto talionerrTor printed material hero we handle stationeryflue pleaseintelligent purchaserSometimes some people If you are reasonable and appreciative well b exgelaence t to tell you about it anyway Come in and inspect oursamples Jfye Bnatfitt County Neu5 Henry Wattersoni Paper rIlE WEEKL- YConnerJournal AND THE BREATIIITT COUNTY NEW- Both One Year For ONLY 150 The regular price of the Cou rierJournal alone is S100 Few people in the United States have not heard of tho Courier thingsfnirthings it is essentially a family paper Bya special arrange ment we are enabled to offer the WeeklyCourier Journal and thee Breathitt County News both om year for the price named above Send Ollr Subscription for the- comLinatioD to the Braithit t Jaunty Newo3 not to the Courier JJourn- alx5lcE C 5 IPP 4 By virtu xpExccution No lOGO in favor of B 1l Puckett vs S S Spradlin which issued- frdin tho Clerks office of th Breathitt Circuit Court I on ot tits deputies will on FEBRUARY 1O lOOn between the hours of 40ocloc n m and 2 oclock p m at th Court louse door in Breathit County Ky expose to publi salo to the highest bidder the fol lowing property or so much there of as may bo necessary to satisf tho amount qf the plaintiffs debt interest and costs towit Onehalf interest in tho two fol lowing tracts of lunch in Breathit County first beginning at th mouth 0fIL branch opposite o near the upper end of P Chand rivetA branch commonly Tailed th Campbell Branch Berry Shackel fords line thence a straight bin to two white oaks nndIl suga tree on the ridge which is marked thence with Berry ShackclforO marked lino to the branch tlu nc with the meander of the branch tc the beginning containing 2b0 acres also tho following land beginning at tho mouth of tho Cc dar branch on n largo beech thence up the river to Bcrr withss thence with Sowells lino to th top of the ridge thence with th ridgo to J S Sheffields line beginninrex levied upon as the property o S S Spradlin Terms Salo will be made on credit of six months bond wit approved security required boa ing interest at the rate of six pe cent per annum from day of salt and having tho force and effect J a sale bond This 30th day January1006t BREOK CRAWFORD SB a By S 13 S DiUMnP S i i P ZA4WiI- n I order to close out all 1905 designs I will offer for the next 15 3avs some extraordinary bargains sSBfcrfl + ONE 350 PIANO FOR Z88I jrONE 300 PIANO FOR 265 ONE 250 PIANO FOR 200 The above goods are all strictly new stock and will be sold under onr signed guarantee We respectfully request youa to call and examine the goods F P B I3ndicott j I A GOOD PLACE V I TO BUY DRUGsJi A good place to buy Drugs is where accuracy and I Wcxricnprevail WE HAVE HAD THE EX Land we wouldnot tolerate a mistake 1Our reputation is too valuable and you are pro t prescriptionhere ur prescription who is not thoroughly competent W PURE DRUGS AND CllJjLS1R are the only kind wo use hero in co mgW1 prescriptions w RELIABLE RUBBER G ODS w 111Ssland Crutches In Patent Medicines p 1111IN1for you without extra charge W 111 WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF W FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCOS wS111 wmLi iII a EeE akt 52S2525 525252S25252S252525252ccScS2S2 51 rn RSHEI Vgill a IdCRWFJ AND DEALER IN of- cur 0 I LEND r F 1numents ted Tfembstdhes-tSati4 rayiion gunronteQl CnUor writetor prices and save jnoney bybuying from us 22 YEARS EXJPEtflENCEY JACKSON BREATHOT BOUNTY KENTUCKY A a SESESHSESHSHSmSHSESHSESHSHSSSESHSHSESiJ sth v FROMk ARNGTON HOTEL 1t s St TAp EE PROP 01 Jci N lIT GOOD LIVERY STABLE iK ltFmSrOLASS 8AMPIE CONNECTION rl JROOMS nn A52S2525 525iS252SS2S25ES2S2S2 t v FLUB DtY f retsid nt l J SAI11U1I IIIAU Jag nuhferv Ir F P CRAIVFORDTc1 lt RCJT YANAnSDALL Ant ualhI y fI N1tf r JAOK8QR O 8IT4BANKJ rn Jatckso ot Intucky r Paid up Cnptal u SurPbus 27 lOOOU s a 1 j ddddiI1 Wolot- lititttho nan ing usiness and accounts of Aut IM t JimbeTanufaetutels-I r x Ii L 1 JTlmb Dealersirn J 1 mIti rft romcrsf f A EaeternKentuckY w and offer our Customers aJThrougVout t the most ER cL 4i Within the limi of legitimate buelne ss = =L1rn COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY j- r v wrr 55 + di 52c5r 5d5c5u 5 5 8525 af I i 4- k 11 = G OR1LONThNGE s TitJ1JLISOME Leo Kollyf of Knott county 11thecuortof Jasper Stacy and Ho was on his re turn froiu Oklahoma where tin 4 f- w William Ritchie Mr Ii1iifwe1t there some time tobusiness Jos t hlUt t merchant of Knott county cd- i through hero on his way fStti son on business Jasper Stacy is buying walnut logs and ties Ho will have soy oral on the next tide Isom Terry has goth to Jackson and Morgan SL B Sta cy has moedtoQuicksnnd near I the Round Bottom We regret to give him up as ho was one of I our best citizens AYJn NapierI b of Magoflm Bounty formerly of rt this place is moving back to the the old We welcome batik jn our mldstSnm J1Jlum has been on tim sick list for a few dajSvi G B Holliday has completed lis1ittlc house Jo- hn4ftA Smith has accepted a position 4 the Slemp Coal Co at 50 a 1 4 Feai ln tZtapIace In I line it cenVi wort of World A man wbA rough horn limdl tnitd ipe fL1 and inioull with WitcffHarelSalfe but he uiei the genuine thalH bearing the nsm I S E 0 DeWitt Co Chicago Fort aMes boils cut burns brutici etc it has no equaland affords almost ira p mediate rrliei from blind bleedjjg ilcliinc and protruding plies SoldJ3 Jiiokion Drug Co Newspapers have been ranked as a text at Northwestern I 1 University Evanston lUand Hereafter students iirthe American history class of Prof James must come to the recitation rooms I t6lred to answer questions fn the 1T k of the day 11ulifcl r7 never gripe or tio cltanso and strengthen thhach r k liver and boweW This lUjfrer verdict of the many tliouawidi who nVeDe Witts Little EarJv1ltlleri Tlie e famous little pills rellovffhend 4 ticlie constipation biliousness Jaunt b lice torpid liver sallow complexionv 1 Tri Little Early Rlenrs Jnctson Drug 0j J V Mrs MaryVAthy de of the most prominent women of Catn ton afterzbeingill only four days with fevet bhe leaves a husbandand two sons Sick Headache This distressing ailmen resultsfr II tllordered condition or4e etomae1- tAtitliatfi needed to effect a cure Is B dost or two of Chamberlains Stomach and Liter Tablets In tact the attack imy be warded off or greatly lessened t I in severity by taking a dose of these F InOlets as soon as the first symptom of I ai attack appears Sold by the Jackson Drug Co Dow Landsaw ninetyseven yeus olda prominent citizens f Wolfe county died week at hia home on Devils Greek8 Hsj had been married three tffnea andtleivea a large family The Best Phyalc When you want a physic that mild and gentle tasyto talieandjjy tnln to act always use Stomach and Liver Tablets For sale by Jackson Drug Co The philosophy of Marshall Field prince of Chicago who recently in was Never gie a note never borrow never buy Jay siocks on margin never place a mortgage concentrate on youjp work Afraid of Strong Medicines Many people suffer for years from ihctunatlc pains and prefer to do so i nt her than take the strong medicinss p usually given for rheumatism not knowing that quick relief from pain JIM be had simply by appllyingOhanu berlalns Pain Balm and without tak lug any medicine Internally For sale hy the Jackson Drug Co a In pruning trees aim to dis tribute the cuttings sufficiently throughout the entire tree FOUND Jiihn W Dean had a pain In his back for bout five years and It finally be cama so great that he could not work and In act could not walk at times Several physiolanihlled to cure him tbut ha found a remedy It was Smiths Kidney and Nerve oDloFr sale by S II Stidham A Son Jaokion Ky l I I I I = Ve1it1J1 cndel The othflEf1y 1 1l 3tetlofl ot ordera e house Charley I4adI of Inlinna en tored tho house hurriedly Just na hW name was called says the Washington correspondent of the New York Times He looked around and then asked Acheson of Pennsylvania how Oros v nor vote1 When the Pennsylvania memberrcl1l1 d that the snowy beard ed member from Ohio bad Toted In the affirmative Landls did the same Later Ecb son asked Landis why bo did that whereupon Landis told a story Uo said that back In the old days When John Allen of Mississippi was the wit of the house he came In one day In the same way and heard his name called Jus as he entered the ball He at once turned to old Billy Breckln ridge of ICentucky and asked him how Taulbee from the same state voted Taulbee voted yen said Breckln ridge Yea I yelled Allen as loudly as he could ISome one asked John why he wanted to vote the same a Taulbeo did Well drawled the private I al way do that Taulbee looks Just like my colonel In the wall an I follered him all through and never tot Into any trouble Pirating Foleyv Honey antI Tar Foley A Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy arid on account of the great merit and popularity of Foleys honey and Tar many Imitations irs offered for the o These worthless Inv itatlonH haveTlmilsr sounding names Beware of them The genuine Foley Honey and Tar II In a yrfllow package Askjbr It and rafuse any substitute It Is the best remedy for coughs and colds Jackson Drug Go Room For Doubt Jones Is he a law abiding citizen Brown I dout know He Is a trust promoter and owns an automobile One Minute Cough Cure contains not an atom of any harmful Drug and II hue been curing coughs colds crouj and whooping cough In long that it ha proven itrelf to be a trIed and tru friend to the manywho use No need to fear of your child choking from croup with One Minute Cough Curt handy Sold by the Jackson Drug Co irLoo1 Iur Rnuse 1 The Pursued betweek gasps Say you said If Id hit hlnKwIth a rock bed run like a deer d- dlj IIlls rlentIW llaloft e- or fvuvuy This is to certify Iliit all druggist are authorized to refund your money tileys neJdTar falls to cure cough or cold It stops the cough the lungs and prevents serious ItfrOm a cold Surss la grippe i and prevents pneumonia and imptlon Oontrins no opiates enulne h Ina yellow package fa substitutes Jackson Drug Co Sor a Ilatnr Dup 11 1J more tnoney w1 You know oU said wed Sftve toeS a rainy rJutJwat a Bllk umbrella dear MagarfifeI Jres Eczema itbblntfiHUIUOM kfpecaliy for ojfpchronle cases take Botanic Blood Hahn It gins a healthy blood supply to the affected parts beauall the sorts eruptIon toabs soles s stops the awful itching and burnlng of eczema iwslllnfi sup pakting watery sors i eta Druggist U Sample frei and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta On Describe itraubls and fret medical advioe lint j leal IIUerr d t it- t 1 Jane do I not hear a male voice It the kitchen 1 Its only one of my brothers sir I was not aware you had any broth ers Jane Neither was I uutll this mornlu sir when you said In your sermon we was all brother and slstcra Tatlcr Clmmbcrlulns Cough Itemed the Mothers Favorite The soothing and healing propertte of this remedy Its pleasant tsste and plompt and permanent cures ban made It a favorite with people ev rj where It It especially prized b mothers of small children for cold croup and whooping cough an it al ways affords qrlok relief and as It con tains no opium or other harmful drug it may bo given as confidently to a baby as to an adult For sale by the Jackson Drug Co The Missouri Pacific Railway Co St Louis Iron Mountain Southern Hallway Co Special round triplIomcseekeriI excursion tickets on first and third Tuesdays of Janu aryand February 1900 to VlRt territory in Missouri Kansas Col orado Arkansas New Mexico Old Mexico also to all points ii Texas Oklahoma and Indian ritoryat a rate of loss than onit fare for the round trip from St Louis Liberal stopover prive Jagos Return twenty one days also on same dates will sell oneway second class colonists tickets to same territory at greatly reduced rates Avail yourself ol this rare to visit the countrywInch is now attracting tho attention of the Ilomesoeket and Investor For descriptive literature and further information address H C Townsend Q PT A St Louis Mo A A Gallagher D P A 419 Walnut St O For Biliousness and Sick headache Take Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup It sweetens the stomach aids diges thou and acts as a gpnje stimulant on he liver and bowels without irritating Ihesa organs Orino Laxative FruH Syrup cures biliiiuiheis end habitual constipation Does not nauseate 01 gripe and is mild and pleasant to lake Remember the nam OKINO and refuse tli accept any substitute Jackson Drug Co Her Ciniulexlon Mistress Her complexion is genu ine isnt In- oldOh yes Indeed Ive seen the box she takes it from and it says Use no imitation Brownings Magazine All oldtime cough syrups bind the bowels This Is wrong A new idea was advanced two years ago III Ken nedys Laxative Honey and Tar This remedy acts on the mucous membrane of tlm throat and lungs and loosens the bowels at th same time It expels all cold from the system It clears the throat strengthens the mucous mem branes relieves boughs cold croup whooping cough etc Sold by Jutkson Drug Co A Happy Keleair Kind FriendPardon me but 1 ought to tell you that Jones has runaway with your wife Husband bored But why rouT Just a little Kodol will relieve that fulneii belching gas on the stomach and all other symptoms of Indigestion Kodol dlgelt what you sat and ena bIas the stomach and digestive organs jo perform their functions naturally Sojdby the Jaofcaon Drug Uo A Painless Cure of Curate rain l Never resign yourself to suffer pain Womens painsare curable They art the sign of dangerous conditions of the female organs which should be promptly attended to or dangerous results will follow Wine irhiI IT GOMES TO WOMANS RELIEF whenever she suffers from any of womans biting and weakening pains friot only compels the pains to stop but It follows up and drives out because of the pains which prevents them from coming back It makes you well Try IL Sold everywhere In 100 bottles WXITX US A LETTER freely and frankly In strictest confid coca telling us all your symptoms and troubles We will send free aJvlct In plain seated envelope how to cure tttsn Address Ladles Advisory Dept The Chattanooga MedIcine Co Chattanooga Teen 1 Men Past Sixty In Danger More than half mankind over Ilxtr years of age suffer from kidney and bladder dUurders utually anUrgemci of proitate sjlanil This is both painful cud dangurous and Fuleys Kldne Oure should be taken at tint first iiii of danger as it correct Irrcgularllit tnd tins cured many old men of thl disease Mr Rodney liurnett tuck Port Mo writes I suffered whh enlarged prostate Idnlland kidne trouble for years and alter taking hO- bottlfi of Koleys Kidney Cure I ftlll better than I aTe for twrniy year though I am now 91 years old Jack tan Drug 00IFine Trains to Florida Via Southern Railway and Queen Crescent Route I Florida1 LImltedl aving Lmiti vllle S a in dally connects at Dan vllle Ky with solid train of Pullma Sleepers and ventlbulcd coaches vii Uhatanpoga and Atlanta arriving Jjok sunviile nj 8USO a m and St Augtistln 10 a m next dny without cbangi Dining cal Itred ell ueali enruute Florida ijpecial leaving LiuUvill 745 p in jcarrln ubjcrvntlon sleep dally except Sunday Louisville lu St Augustine rithout change vii ChatanooKa nnd Atltrta arrlvin Jacksonville 850 pffin and St Augui lice at 10 o in next day From Don Vllle this 1s snlid train of Drawl Room Sleepers C mpusit car Obier vatlon car etc Dluing car serves all meals enrouto Via thehIand of til- tSkPullml Sleeper leaves Louis vllle 745 im1daily running throng to Knox connection h mad at935 a in with through sleepor tll Jacksonville via Aheville Olumbia and Savaimali arriving Jacksonville t a m Winter Tourist Ticket good return lug until May Slat are now on sale IL Low Rates Variable Tours going via Aihevill and Land of the Skatid Sapohir Country and returning via Allan and Cliatanuogn or vice versi Jou the Land ot the Skiand Winte homes rather lmndsamely Illustrate booklets folders rates etc addrti any agenfof the Southern Ky or 0 II Hungerfonl D P A LcuIsvllU Ky G U Allen A O P A St Louli Moo W 0 RlnrarionG P A Q C Route Cincinnati Startling But True People the world over were horriflei on learning of the burnfngof theater in which nearly six hundrei people lost their lives ye more than QVM limes this number or over 3000 people tiled from pneum lOla In Chicago during the same year will scarcely pacing notice Every one of these cases of pneumonia resulted from a cold and could have been preventei by the timely use of Chamberlain Cough Remedy A great many who Lam every realms to fear pneumonia haf warded it If by the prompt use of this remedy The following Is an Instance of this sort Too much can not be said in favor of Chamberlain Cough Uemei1and especially for colds and influenza I know that 1 cured my daughter Laura of a seven cold and I believe saved her life wher she was threatened with pneumonia1 W D WIMJX Logan N Y Bold by Jackson Drug Co Free llecllnliiff Chair Cum The Southern Railway have inaugu rated free reclining chair car service between Louisville and Kvansvllle on their fart through trains leaving Lou isville 780 a m aud 6 pm dally and running solid to Evansville without change Thl line also operates tree reclining chair cars on night trains from Lexington and Danville tu St Louisalio Pullman Sleeper through from Danville to St Louis The Scuthrrn Railway is 23 miles the ihortnii from Lnuville to Evanvlll and 43 miles the shortest to St Louis Dont deceive yourself If you have Indigestion take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Lt will relieve you Rev W E liocutt outh Mills N Csays I was trou bled with chronlo Indigestion for say aralSellnl whatever I ate seemed to auie heartburn sour stomach flut erlng of my heart and general de ruslon of mind and bodyiIy drug tist recommended Kodol and it has reo leved me I can now eat anything and leap soundly at night Kodol digests whit you eat Jaokion Prug Co M WITHOUT A PAIN rites E Shelton of PopLu- Dluffloo I can do my housework although before taking CARDUI two dotors had done me no good I can truthfully uy I was cured by Cardul I want every suffering lady to know of this wonderful medicine to 1 DYSPEPSIAAlmost ery other man and wo man you meet IS af Bided with r this terrible disease in so roe stage until It ac- quIres full strength an- dauddenly seizes them in the most violent form Is your petite fickle Do IOU suffer with ire uent headaches and dizziness and dimmed eyes Do you lack ambition and energy Do you toss and tumble at night unable to sleep are all symptoms and forerun ners of this disease Act at once Commence the use of Dr CfddwelLsLnxailv Syrup Pepsinwh- ich will Instantly check the progress of the disease and ultimately eradicate alt traces of It from our system DRCALl WELLS SYRUP PEPSIN is the greatest preparation ever offered dyspepsiaItI restoring every affected part to natural life nnd vigor I DRCALUWELLS SYRUP IEISIN can be obtained in both dollar and half druRglstlYour d if it r youYour wfll brine br return mill our new booklet UK CALUWKIL3 HOOK OF WOKOKKS and free laropla to thou who have never tried this woLdtrlu- lrtinedr Do It no- wPEPSIN SYRUP CO Hontlosllo Illinois Sold by JACKSON DRUO CO u I Biliousness and I Sick Headache quickly cured by ORINO Laxative Fruit Syrup as 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 Refute substitutes Price BOo JACKSON DRUG GO KILLrHI COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew PrlelFOR100 Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK One bottle bt Smiths Kidney tlld Nerve Tonlo cured Marlon lIallo I weak back It was so bad that lit couldnt get up when he sat down without being in coutinous rack 01 mierjr for at least one hour Sold bJ S II Stldham JC Son Juckson Kj Price 1 C6 porbotllel- QEORQETOWN It LBXINQTOP TRACTION CO Oars ltave Lexington for Paris every hour from 6 a mtoT P mand atO- p m Leave Paris every hour from 7 a m to 8 p m slid at 10 p m Single fare 40 cen ts Leave Lexington for Georgetown ev ery hour from 7 a m to 1 p in except 11 a mlp m8p mend 10 p m Leave Georgetown every hour from 6 a m to 10 p in except 10 a m 12 in and 7 and 9 m Y ALEXANDER President I RAILROAD TIME TABLES 11 Lexington Eastern Ry WINTER TIMU TABLE EFFECTIVE OOTOIIER 22 1806 I vEST BOUND No1 No3 Daily 011II Eli Sunday EX Sunday AM Itt LvJackfon 025 221 U A K Junction 029 ElkntanV 058- Onkdnle 230I 0 9- Athoi 249 ecb- Tallega U 70t 3iSt Hrlcni 710 810 lledttj vllle Jun 723 826 Torrent 7U 847 Natural Bridge 801 401 Stanton 828 4sO may City 887- LAE 4a9 Junction O7l6 608 Winchester 923 IS O- Ar Lexington 1010 606 EASTBOUND NS4dltysenday EXSundy PM AM Lv Lexington 225 745 Winchester 810 825 LAE Junction 822 837 Clay City 8 58 918 Stanton 400 v 923 Natural Bridge 485 9 M Torrent 449 1008 BeattyvllleJun 5llt 1029 St Lichens 621 x 10J9 sTallega 583 1051- Alhul 541 11069- Oakdalo 648 1100 Elkatawa 801112J0 a K June C05 1120 Jackson 010 1180 All trains daily except Sunday Train NOl 3 and 4 make connection at Heattrville Junction with L A A Railway for local stations on L A A Railway and connect at 0 A K June lion for local stttlons on the 0 A K Itallway Nos 1 and 3 connect at L A E Juno lion with 0 A 0 for Jit Sterling J tt 1URR GenMgr OIlS SCOTT Q PA New Tourist Car Service Via The Iron Mountain Route Commencing Tuesday Nov 21st nnd thereafter the first and third Tuesdays of each month wo will ofxirnte n through Tourist eRr bo tween St Louis and lexico City via tho Iron Mountain Itoute leaving St Louis nt S20 ptn For berth reservations and fur ther information address Ii C Townsend 0 P T A StI Louis MoA vA Oallngher D P A lit AVahvit St CincJn nati O f lmlinNfiwTAR Rnr a Gotdag Pr vnU PaeoaieetI Siiuclnl HunieHuukvrit Rates vln Southern hallway January 2nd ann lath nnd Fob mary Gtli and 20th tho Southern Railway will sell Ilomeseekcrs1 Tickets to tho West and Southwest nt low rates The Southern Railway is thq only hue operating through scrvicq from Lexington to St Ixnils If you contemplato a trip to any point West or Southwest bo suret to callon or address us Loforo- I making your arrangements All communications receive prompt attention II tt King OT A J F Logan T P A 111 Fast Main St Lexington K- 3tioxAItops tb ooutftx d h lu KocIoI X K Railway Effective Slay 21ml 1000 East Hound Vest Bound 1SHfi- AM IV PM 1V JM AH PM A aY7tlO l050nnnrl Oh JS40 5ao 733 122 IMrchima 1210 4t4746 128 Kee City 121 44C 82 140 llmniton 120 4U 837 160 Wlihrrst llsMS V02 660 L00 Kiozun 1142 026 880 OAK Juno 1176 aJ030 J435 Jackiun 1116 8CO AM AR PM AR All LV PM IT Nos 1 and 22 will make doss con nection at Oi A 1C Junction with Ijas Band 4 for points on the Lexington A Kattern I RailwayM TOo CONIKY Rupt Louisville Atlantic Ry Schedule in effect Dsc I 1006 WEST HOUND AM P M I Lv Jackson 026 9 26 Lv Iteattjvllle Junction 10 30a M Ar Ilealtvvllla I 4C Lv Urattyville- Lvlrvlnt 10 60 4 80 PM 12 25 0 10 Ar Richmond 1 30 7 10 e x Lv Richmond 1 Oft 1 00 Ar Valley View 2 02 021 NlehuUsTllla 2 27 8 56- Vrsiiillvs 825j 7M Louisville 0 16 10 44 EAST BOUND I A1 PM- LyjLouTivllle s 0 10 C 80 a Ar Versailles 0 10 elo NIcJiolssvIKe 10 20 7 12 1 I Valley View 10 47 7 84 Richmond 11 16 8 06 PM AM Lv Richmond 11 26 8 80 4 Irvine 12 26 7 80 p w- Ar Uriittyvilla 2 00 9 01 1 Lv Urattyvllte 2 40 U Ar Beatiyvllle Junction S 00 10 Of i I Jackson 0 IB 11 80 I II It Smith Q 3F A I A Versailles Kj It A Wnoumt a A Richmond 1 loridaNew Cuba I reached jn comfort via- QUEUftCRESCENI ROUTE AND- SOUTHERN RVi THREE TRAINS A DAY Chicago Florida Special Ii Smto Jutuj Mk INS Solid PuHmtnTnla- J T CINCINNATI 525 P XM IJtHNUTOM JlrtO P M HAMVILLX lirtOA IlL ninlni and Otwrratlon Cut Z4 Jut AOTIU and Rk Auratloe TiS Uia tU raDd Auant Florida Llalte SotlJ Tnlo Lea T CINCINNATI tLIOA JJUUfllTOlf os A IlL UANVIIIB IliMAMIHT OnMlmh rulimin Bwrtwrt =ud sri lor HU AultIIlIbporhad New orleans TU llutuiKx AUSI and litnMMk- uQaeea ft CrtsceHt Special Solid Stain CttftoMtl Ltxtiutoa Dk fill lo New UrU M vu CtUDout and i3Imiaam MM Uroujk ruiuun hrrrk to Juknavul Via AU TUH KM tlanllDall and hz1coa tkkru boW OII ii U red 1t1cr1Ir UiormtUaa appiy Clue W Zal D P AClnduatL II Co liar Co P T A LuI1tw A etntm w Co auuuoiSea1 110 a cLCcnlCATI r U Here We Are The Celebrated HANAN HOEThe Best on Earth MltffQg 5OO R HI S For Sale By DAY BRCE 0JaoksoQ leQtuoly 1 DYSPEPSIA CURE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT netoobctil conUInt 3W tlmeaths blalwllieh Mlti for SO cnt riirABID OPLY AT TUB tAWIATOkV OP E C DeWITT te COMPANY CHICAGO TT T I Ask for 1006 Kodol Almanac and 200 Year CeondarJAOIfSONDRUG 00 jI