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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tIrr I J ViSK HAQINS Edittir slid Publisher A NKWBPAIKK DKVOTKD TO THK r INTEUKSTS QF iASTEKK KJOKYij U ONE DOLLAR PER YKAR m ADVANOY4w 1 r III VoluV u- u Jackson Kentucky friday February 1906 lI Number 16 f II 0 TRADE AT 1- I3LStarStore J r BIG BARGAIN CENTER FOR I CLOTHIgGnd 1 LADIES DRESS GOODS Skirts Jackets Silk and Woolen Waists and Ladies Trimmed Hats A Handsome Line of Ladies Furs Grunts Cor is 9aftt srt and Sites Jf 9Jljr Cine of Jfotlons and a Sood jfssortmont of LADIES AND GENTS UNDERWEARA Tlio Lnton Stylus in Minis Shirts MOils and I lioya Ovorcoats at Jtolticod Prices An Elegant I Lino of Childrens Cloaks which wo nro almost i giving away Plenso coino and exninino our stock I and Vo have everything usuully kept in n Firstclass Department Store We can save you money Goods shown with pleasure highest flarkct Price Paid for Produce and Furs FIRESTEIN EUSTER PROPRIETORS STAH STORE s College Avenue JJACKSON KY A t= =c Feathers and Quills Wanted buy all kinds of IWe Turkey and Hen Quills the year round Pay cash on arrival charge no commission or drayage Send for our price list We will treat you right LDrlgbtoa Station The P R Mitchell Co Cincinnati Ohio laas sa w r7If a I Your Trip to California You have thought for a long while of spending a few weeks in r Californid but you have told yourself tnat you did not have the time that the expense was too real that trip was too long nnd uncomfortable- If you can take or make time there is now no other obstacle Listen Every day from February 15 lo April 7 onc way tickets may be purchased at extremely low rates good in thro Pullman tourist cars saving about half tie usual expense Good board may be had in California at 8jo 1000 1200 per week and upward Let me tell you more about Californi- atripeJust endour name on a postal W M SHAW District Passenger Agent 436 Vine Street Cincinnati 0 loo The Busy Mans Line BETWEEN Louisville Evansville St Louis and Southwest b IS VIA LOUISVILLE fENDJ aRSON Sl LOUJS RY HENDERSON7 ROUTE PULLMAN SLEEPERS FREE RECLINING CHAIR CARS Special Round trip Iloineseokora Rates to southwest nnd weal first nnd third Tuesdays February nnd travel 1000 Special Tourist Rates to Colorado Texas Mexico and Now Mexico on sale daily until April 30 Limit to return May 31 1000 1 Secoud class Colonist Rates to southwest Tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays of February and March 1000 v Second clnas Colonial Rates to California and Northwest Tick ots on sale daily February IGth to April 7th 1000 ASK US FOR RATES J II GALLAGHER L J IRWIN agentTravelinT J 1 rTbeTvo i c riI By BOOTH TARIUNGTON Author of The Gentleman from Indiana and Mousleur neauelreM c y CopyrlM lDO by S S McClure Co CHAPTER III i nngeU appointed to be guardians of the merry people IYJiT of lloucn poising ono night bet een earth mid stars discov erect 11 single brilliant unil resonant spot set lii the midst of the dark quiet town like it Jeweled music box ou a black cloth for that night was the bo glnuliiK of Miss Hettys famous career DM tlio belle of Itoticn nnd wits the dON from which stran cra were to hear of uu1tJIthe town being mipposed to have heard at least that much before they cuiue There had been much discussion of tier though only ono or two had caught Klluijisos of her but most of the gal mats nppeiirctl to ngrea with Crallcy Gray who nircd his opinion In nn ex cccdlngly casual way ut the little club on Main street Mr Gray held that when tho daughter of n man ns rich as Bob Curcwe wns heralded an n beauty the chances were that she would prove disappointing nud for hU purl ho was not even Interested enough to attend nnd Investigate So he was going down the river in a canoe mid preferred the shyness of bass to that of a girl of eighteen just from the convent he said Tom Vanrcrcl was not present on the occasion of those remarks nnd the gen oral concurrence with Crallcy may bo IIU8111tllll us a purely verbal ono since when the evening cafe two of the most enthusiastic dancers and lovcmakcrs of the town the handsome Tapplnguam Marth nnd that doughty exdragoon and Indian lighter stout old General Trumble were upon the Held before the enemy appeared that Is to say they were in the new ballroom before their host Indeed the musicians hUll not Ar rived and Nelson an aged negro sere itor was engaged In lighting the house The crafty pair had planned tills cat ly descent with u view to monopoly by right of priority In case the game prov ed worth tho candle cud they wero loaning effectively against the little railing about the musicians platform when Mr Carcwo entered the room with hits daughter on his arm She was In white touched with neut less small lavender flowers There were rows nnd rows of wonderful silk nnd lace flounces on her skirt nnd her tan hung train n rope of great pearls Ah hideous blue rough cloth of the convent unforgotten but laid aside forever what n chrysalis you were Tapplnghatn twitched his company ions alcove but the general was al ready posing and neither heard the words of presentation because Miss Hetty gave each of them a quick look then stalled upon them as they bowed Tho slayers were prostrated before their prey Never were lady killers moro Instantaneously tamed and subju gated by tho power of the feminine eye Will dimming cnmo In soon and almost upon his heels Eugene Madrlllon and young Frank Clicno wcth No others appeared for half an hour and the live gentlemen looked atone another aside each divining his own diplomacy in his fellows eye mid each laboriously explaining to tho oth ers his own mistake in regard to tho hour designated upon Mr Carowes earths of Invitation This small ember rassment however did not prevent General Trumblo and young Mr Chen owcth from coming to high worms over Miss CarowoH little gilt llllgrco pro gramme of dances- It may be not untimely to remark also of those five redoubtable beaux that during the evening It occurred to every ono of them to bo glad that Cral Icy Gray was betrothed to Fnnchou Uarcaudaud that lie was down on tho Itoucn river with a canoe a rOll nud n tent Nay without more words to de claro tho truth In regent to Cralley they felt greater security In his ab bcuco from tho field than in his betrothal As Mr Cheuowcth n youth as open as out of doors both in couuto nnnco and mind observed plaintively to Tapplngham Marsh in n corner while they watched Miss Hettys laven der flowers miraculously swirling through a quadrille Cralley you knowwell Cralleys been engaged be torch It was not Mr Chenowcths habit to disguise his apprehensions and Cralley Gray would not fish for buss forever The sumo Cheuowcth was he who maddened by the generals triumphant ly familiar way of toying with Miss Hettys fun between two dances attempted to propose to her durlug the sunrise waltz Having sung Oh be Hove me in her ear as loudly as he could ho expressed tho wish quite os loudly that this waltz might last for alwaysThat was the seventh time it had been said to Betty during the night cud though Mr ChenowctYs predeces mrs had revealed their desires In a guise lacking this prodigious artless ness she already possessed no novel ac quaintance with the exclamation but she made no comment Her partners style was not a stimulant to repartee It would be heaven he amplified earnestly It would be heaven to dance with you forever on a desert isle where tho others couldnt come I he finished with sudden acerbity as his eye caught the generals Ho proceeded nnd only tho cessation of the music aided Miss Carewe In stop ping tho declaration before It fPU together out utthat polntKrauk s own father camo to her rescue Though In n fashion little saving of her icon fusion The elder ChciiowctG was one of the gallant and Ulmiiy southern colt ony that made It natural for Itoucu al ways to speak of Miss Cur wens Miss Hclty lie was n IIl1nllsolllo old fellow whoso hair long inustiicue And imps real were as white ns ho was proud of them a Virginian with the udmlrnblo southern fearlessness of hctngthought sentimental Mounting a fthalr with complete dignity ho proposed toe health of his young hostess lititiadasp- eech of some length pronouncing himself quite as hopelessly In love with his old friends daughter Man could see his own sonwas mid wishing her long life nnd prosperity with many allusions to fragrant bowers and th muses It made Miss Betty happy built was rather trying too for she could only stand with downcast eyes before them nil tremVtlltigji little and receiving a mixed Impression Mr Cheiioweths remarks catching fragments here nnd there As tho old gentleman finished Kanclion Harenud kissing her hand to Hetty began to sing and they all joined In lifting their glasses to the blush hug and happy girl clinging to her fa thers arm Thou wouMat stilt bo adored us this moment thou art V Let thy Iov6lneg fade as It will And around tho dfur ruin each wish ot my heart Would Intwlno Itself vcrdantlnftllL- They were happy popple who hail not learned to be self lonltrfouY to fear doing n pretty tiling onpnly with out mocking themselves t and It was n bravo circle they mnde out Betty Curl1we the ehhrnu ug ClI or tho women nnd their flute furbelows handsome men and tail nil no gay so cheerily smiling and yet so earnest In their welcome to hjr jone was afraid to out his volt song went full mid strong Ump waking town and when it was finished the hail was over too rime veranda and tho path to 1ho gate became like tronlc gVnlons the fair colors of the WwbOUinlJc3l bnlloon fug In the early breeze making tho place seem strewn with giant blos soms They ull went away at tho same time those In carriages caning farewells to each other uud to tho little processions departing on foot In dif fore nt directions to homes near by The sowed of the voices and laughter drew away slowly died out altogether mill time silence of the street was strange and unfamiliar to Betty She went to the hedge and Watched the musicians who were the lust to go until they passed from sight little black toilsome figures carrying gro tesque black boxes While she could still see thorn It seemed to her that her ball was not quite over and sho wished to hold the least speck of it as long as she could but when they had lls appeared she faced the trutbwlth a deep sigh Tho long glorious night was finished Indeed What she needed now was another girl lime two would hnvogono tys room and danced It nil over ngnlnf IVojiowU the health of hit potmu 11Otcs1 until noon but she lad only her father Sho found him contentedly smoking a cigar upon tho veranda so sue seated herself timidly nevertheless with n hopeful glance at him on tho steps at his feet and as she did so ho I looped down upon tier with something moro akin to geniality than anything t she had ever seen In his eye before They did not kuow each other very well and eao often doubted that they would ever become Intimate This I rooming for the first time shoo was conscious of a sense of warmth and gratitude toward him Tho elaborate fashion In which he had introduced her to his friends node It appear possible that ho liked her for he had forgotten nothing and to remember everything lu this case was to be lavish which has ften tho appearance of generosity And yet there had been a lack Some imall timing she had mlascd though she was not entirely sure that she Identi fled It But tho lack had not been in lice father or in anything ho had dono Then too there was something so un expectedly human and pleasance In his not going to bed at once but remain lug to smoke on the veranda at till hour that she gave him credit for a lit tie of her own excitement Innocently fancying that he also might feel time need of n companion with whom to talk over the brilliant passages of the night And a moment ensued who the Icbalcd taking his hand She wrg too soon glad that her Intuition for bade the demonstration ylt was all so beautiful papa she timidly I have no way to tell you how I thank you Yon may do that ho replied evenly with no uukluducss with no klud ness either In the level of his tone by nave dancing again more than twice with ono man In ono evening I think I should much prefer not myself rime returned lifting her head to face him gravely I believe If I cared to dance more than once with ono I should like to dance all of them with him Mr Car we frowned I trust that you discovered none last night whom you wished to honor with your entire programme fNo who laughed not last night Her father tossed away his cigar ab ruptly Is It too much to hope ho Inquired that when you discover n gentleman wltliAWhom you desire to waltz till ulshfyou will omit to men thou the1 rod to him i There was a brief Hash of her eye as shv recalled her Impulse to take his hand L t she Immediately looked at him complete seriousness that liemitred his irony hind becum thrown nway Ill reuicihber not to mention It she answered Ill tell him you told mo not to 1 think you may retire now said Mr Carewe sharply She rose from the steps went to the door thou turned at the threshold Were all your friends here papa 1 Do you think that every ninny who gabbled In my house last night was my friend ho said angrily There was one friend ofanlue Mrs Tauberry who wasnt hero because she Is out of town but I do not Imagine that you are in imlrlng about women You mean was every unmarried tunic Idiot Who could afford a swnllowtallcd coat and a clean pair of gloves cavorting about the place Yes miss they were nil hero except two and one of those Is u fool the other u Iun cICant 1 know tho fool she asked uagcrlyJfFVeJolce to find them so rare In your uxperleuce ho retorted This one is ont of town though I have uodoubt you wlllsee him sufllclentiy often when jo returns Ills name Is Cralley Gray md ho is to marry Function Harcaud Ir ho remembers VAiid the knave is one Carewe shut his teeth with a venomous sump and his whole face reddened suddenly Ill mention this follow once now ho said speaking each word with emphasis Ills name Is Vaurevel You seo that gate you see the lino of my property there rime man himself as well as every other per son lu tho town remembers well that the last time I spoke to hint It was to tell hint that If he ever set foot on ground of mine Id shoot him down and hct knows and they nil know I shall kcep city word Elsewhere I told him that for thosako of public peace I should Iffurilo him I dQ You will see- himSterywherehut It will not bo dlf IculC No one will have the hardihood to present him to my daughter The quarrel between us Mr Carne broko our for u moment his hands clinching Htia arms of his chair while he swallowed with difficulty as though he choked u ou some acrid bolus and jo was sa strongly agitated by his own mention of his cucmy that he controlled himself by a painful effort of his will Time quarrel between us Is political md personate You will remember- I shall remember she answered In II mther frightened voice It was long before she fell asleep I alone must hover about the gates or steal Into your garden like n thief the Incroyabic hind said The last time I spoke to him It was to tell him that If do ever set root on ground of mine Id shoot him down hrtUbeeu her fathers declaration And Mr Carewe timid SilO ien with tie most undeniable air of meaning what he said Yet she knew that the iucroynblo would come again Also with hot cheeks pressed Into tier pillow Miss Betty had Identified the young iian In the white hat that lark person whoso land she hind far too Impetuously seized In botli of hers iVhal Iljwas this gentleman who looked into peoples eyes and stammered so sincerely opr a pretty speech that you almost believed him It was ho who vets to marry Fnuchon Harcaud If ho emcmborsl No wonder Fauchon had been In such a hurt to get him away If ho remembers Such was that young tunas character was IU Miss Sarewo laughed aloud to lieu pillow for wits ono to guess tho reason also or his not having coma to her ball LIud the poor man bleu commanded to bo out of town Thou remembering tho piquant and generous fa o of Function Betty clinched her lingers tightly and crushed tho mp who had suggested tho unworthy thought crushed him to n wretched pulp and throw him out of the window Ho Immediately sneaked in by the jack way for In spite of her victory she still felt a little sorry for poor Frfuchon CHAPTER IV 7J timeIarts tho number of gentlemen who became poets for tlto sake of Miss Betty Carewe need sat bo considered extraordinary or- ull that was written of her dancing Tom Vanrevcls lines I Danced With lIcr Beneath tho Lights which ho cer Ulhnr 2L12when ho wrotg I1 them were perHaps J 6toLrliey Grays In merit though Tom burned hIs rbymos after reading them to Crud leyAs Cralley Gray never danced wIth Miss Carewe it Is someyhat linguln plrqdOlimeasure Heartstrings on a Violin1 lie souse of which was that when n vlolfu had played for her dancing the Instrument should bo shattered as wine glosses tire titter u great toast How Ocr no one except tho author himself knew that Betty was tho subject for Crallcy certaluly did not mention It ti Miss Hateaud nor to his beat frleud Yu reel It was to some degree n strange com radeship between these two young mOl their tastes led them so often lu opp o site directions They hind rooms together over their olllces lit the lodrIrII Ion block on Main street lights shone late from thelr windows every night In time year Sometimes that would mean only that the two friends were talking for they never reached a blleut Intimacy butt even after several years of companionship were rarely seen together when not tri Interested often eager conversation so that people wondered what lu the world they still found to say to each oilier Hut many a night tho late skin injf lamp mount that Tom sat atone with a brief or n book or wooed the tornhours with Ms magical guitar for he never went to bed until the other canto home And If dalight came without Ciiriley Vaurevel vould go out yawning mightily to look for him anti when there was no nadlug him Tout would come back sleepless to the days workTo the vision of tie lookers on In Houen pilot souls who hovered along the walls at mcrryuiaklugs DUll cheerfully counted themselves spectators at the play Cralley Gray held the center of tho stage and was the chief come dean of the place Wit poet nnd scope grace the small society sometimes seemed the mere background set for his performances spectacles which h6 also enjoyed and from thujjest seat In the house for ho was not content aT time actor but must be tho prlhco In the box ns wellxIlls friendship for Tom ureel was In a mcasire that of the sine for the oak He vs full of levities at TV8 expense which the other boro Wlu n grit of sympathetic coinprer heiislouvor at long Intervals returned upon tralley with devastating effect Vanrcvcl was tho one steadying thlug In his life and at the same time time oiijy ono of tho young uoUfWvnTwIiout ho did not have an ollno esmeric In Uuence In good truth Crt el was the ringleader in all tho deviltries of tho town and had been so long in the habit of following crorjrlmpuhftv iKMliiatter how mad that he eujoyil an almost perfect Immunity frbm ondcuiiiatlon and whatever ul loeil u hftJ learned to sn M IRWAt was only CrallQiB gala Now nud then h Id spend ncv oral days In time orfffvl Gray C 1 an revel niotorncyil n cnunselors at paw wearing an air uassallablc virtue liougti he didoverstate rile case when ho said lots a tkevbrk and gives IT ho n uey no to bother hlm f+ etting tip n 1Tllclip cases to nott1aect nllllew IiW + yors In the state Ijoed having rom Vnnrevel on the other side There was nothing about him of the florldlty prchY anent at that time ho withered era tory before the court ho wits the foe of Jury pathos nil despising noise and the habitual Voice dip nt the cud of a sentence LaVs nevertheless at oritorto Vnurcvel Yf as It was and lu spite or the Idl ttrc51ttce had grown to be the nos u1 l1S In the Ills trlct For this t ui uedi4Oralley was never nccused biassuming time credit Nor did ho ever an opportunity o making kuowh liow much he owed this partner What jijrocd lu brie was everything Vaurev worked wus demonstrated every day but how hard he worked GiO know Tho latter hind grown to dopes upon him J c oven Ills political belle and llght Sbllowed his partner lu abolitionism though that was to rlf uppopularlty bitter hatred anti won Fortunately ou certain occasions Va revel hind made himself If not I creed respected at cast so tar th there was no longer tlallefor rni violence for an aboIlH lIe was n cool head young mil Ilnarlly and posse l or nn tforcefulness not to bo trifled though 1m was a quiet maulkwhat they called a tine I r not In the latter but In his dress was an echo of tho beau whf0m nfford ed Mr Gray a point of attack for allies of wit- These two young men were members or a cheerful band who feasted laughed wrangled over politics danced made love and snug terrible chords on summer evenings together nsyoung uncut will Will Cumuilngs qdltbrxof the lloucn Journal was one of tBoHf it tall sallow man very thin very awkward and very gentle Mri QUw tiling proved bhuiiejf always rpifilJi with a loud anti friendly hntgh for Jho poorest Joke In the world his counter lauco shining with such kindness that no ono ever hall tho heart to reproach him with the evils of his Journalistic performances or for tho things ho broko when ho danced Anotbdr was Tap ilnghniu Marsh an exceedingly hand some person somewhat languid lnap earauce dainty In manner with wont- en offhand with men almost as reel less as Crabby and pftcn the latters companion and assistant In dlnlpi tlon Young Francis Chenoweth never failed to follow both Into whatever they planned He was short and pink and the up + ilt of his nose was coherent 1l1b2 ut eat naenrnestncss r b via haUltuaT wltlT hTniT Eugene Jfa drlllonwastho sixth of these Intimates a darkjnnn whoso Iathm and col or advertise his French ancestry fts plainly aSrflli emotlonlcss mouth and lack brgestuns betrayed the mingling Jr another strain fTO JUlcomTl1ZD J d- I e A DoKa Yawn Did you cvcrseo a dog gapW For fthoroughness uitd entire absence of af fectation nnda pock slmmefaceducsa there is nothing like It When he gapes he screw his face Into all sorts r of unnatural shapes In anandcuvor tc keep his mouth shut with his Jaws wide ononraNeltiicr does hi put Ills pnw up tto his face In an apologetic 10 way whlijsfgaplng In ambush as it1 s were 0 he gapes he Is per fectly wllllug that the whole world shall come to the how He braces f himself flrmlypiiYils fore tent stretches out hls his head all l his Jaws opeir with graceful modern tion At flirt It Is but an exaggerated grin lint when the gape Is apparently accomplished the dog turns outhls elbows opens his Jaws another forty liaagiuauybanesnout curls up his tongue like tktfp tat of a tiger lily and shuts his JawritcK gether with a snap Then ho anjwiH a grave and contented vlsage eminently becoming to one who has performed a duty successfully and conk S sclentlously Pearsons WeeklyJ r IE11TZY 1l5r t1 1 JlSWELER t rLEXINGTONSELLS I eJ i 1 AI k t DIAMONDS 3tWATCELES f oJ t t I CLOCKS 1t VJKAVELlYt Silverware I + t c C rr LASS R- r j jr i A GOOD HOUSEt IU1rTRY HIM FOR Anything In the JEWELEltS LINE + b J i WISE IIAGINSA- TToRNEYA r LAw Office over PostOfflce JACKSON KKKTCCXT All business Intrusted to him III lecelve prompt and careful at e don mTRiirfmThl dhTiTIImTimtTTT11R 1LC ROARK 1II11 LAWYER g FAOKSON KENTUCKY 3 e Will practice In Breathltt and 2 = Mngjflln Counties 9 Suiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiuiiitiil RemedyCures H Henderson Ayres Street Opp Post Ofllse l LEXINGTON KY t 1DEALEIt IN IfGrain Seeds Feed Whest Rye Barley Oats end Corn KentuckyBlue u Straw nill Feed IromnKnmIMakes Kld Is sad Rladdlt RI4b1- ir 1 r s r- itm JiIThe Brent tt New t SI PER YEARbVA qE JWISH HAS EDIToR kU WFLZENU A II PATTON rc FLBQ r PATTON t4 LA RS a I t JACKSON KENTUOKY J SiS252 tia In sw NQO- k 7 illI tIL 1 Qi I y I IJI su j O I1OPFICn OUR sooatM TO4 P nfl HAKQIS BUILDING a m rnIN i r KENTUCKY rn lsaasHsasasasasasasHsass FRIDAYJ 9 vlN+ LOST CREEK r rOurSun da3 hoptat this place tf is doing good Vorkl t Henry Francis and ifo visited relatives onTet Mile last Saturday t and Sunday t I r Mr and Mrs William Campbell Acpublic road has been open lend the mud hole near Al 1Wiftted Roberts house and every 4 4 body here is much pleased with it Jack Whittaker came very near losing 09o of his rn rhiiecross ing in ltlieiaoutb of Lost The mule fell ov pf the boat R into thowaU very near being droW oitcould be released fromftiSii 2n1jss CLAY HOLE N J Peters visited his family 4atJackson Saturday and Sundir John E Miller has been retfp pointed postmaster for UlaIHole for four years Born to E W Combs and wife i a boy Wo suppose hewill call him Hog Backrt w Bent Banks who has been work movedraway a few days ago t iMizeLandrum and SvHCombs- made a business trip w Jackson tlie first of the week J 4 j 1 4 I E W Combs is hunting up pjb plo to to Oklahoma He 4 i their tva balkyr in cottontprovidingrthey can make enough ftJo Miss NannieDayis and Lee Johnson worn married Thursday at the residence of 0 H Davis Jttho brides father Wo fish them a longlifo and many hap iy days r together d I NED G W Sowell and Col iiit Barr arc in this vicinity on busl nessfirG W Noble and John Frigate recently exported a fine drove of cattle Edward PT Turner has bought of Walter CV Strong a pair of mules and a wagon for 300 The interest of all seevjJKtx turned toward the peIMbgtatlr- and speculation is the great cr of the time Tho people of this vicinity comforting themselves by re of tho strict du ty that is be performed by tho new administ tion in Breathitt county T want the reins of goverfi pulled till they crack so ajll bo secure in their person Jibe and property Wo arejbolcr as through the dim vista and ca see tho bright sun of future ness shining on a benighted people v Thank tho great God- STACY Billy Collins daughter is very low with foyerAi There have been several cnttlif buyers at this placo this week Hiram Napior of Hazard igld his poplar pine and lynn timber off of 100 acres of land to Camp hell and Roberts 1AuntJA2 years died last Sunday a week ago and was buried in the Camp bell grave yard on Troublesome D L Roberts visited Sam Holiday Tuesday and bought of lim 120 poplar logs which he willraft next week He also has about 4o00ties which he wants to der liver at Jackson on the first tide t 4 13OOa1 LA Bro Hunt is condiicling a pro tracted meeting atf the M E church The M E church quarterly meeting will bo held with the Uooneville church Feb 9 10 11 W S Abshear is lying critically iill at his homo in South Boone from the effects of hemor rhage of the lungs and is not ex pected lo recover Old Uncle Hardin Branden burg of Fish Creek is still suf fering with bronchitis and other diseases from the effects of which ho is not expected to recover Matt Hacker who has been suffering with consumption for the past year died on last Sunday leaving a wife nnd seven small children in destituto circumstances to mourn his loss William Holcomb Jr a me chanic of South Boonovillc was quietly married to Miss Flora Combs of Pebworth this county in the presence of n few select friends on last Tlmrsday They loft at oncuwo lier honeymoon Mayjpoace joy and happiness over be tnelrstMiss Lou Abshear of South Booneville who has for tho last two years been employedas a teacher in the primary depart ment of tho WJttiorspoon College atBuckhorn Perry county was marriedat the residence of her father T lIAbshcar to a Mr Johnson of Perry county They returned to that county Monday The assessors book nftcr haying been carefully supervised by tho Board of Supervisors for 1900 show thee following Number of acres of land in the county 115 867 its true value 630739 No of town lots 48 their true value I 25665 No of stores in county I 42 total value 36325 money and notes assessed 95127 valu of notes and accounts 373820 value of personality 872178 legal voters in the county 1429 child Ten in school age 2070 pounds o tobacco raised 15130 pounds o hemp raised 175 tons of hay 44a bushels of corn 219517 j bushclFlL wheat 217 bushels of oats Ififfsb bushels of barley 340 acres of woodland in county I 34226YALLER BUITOIIES watint waII here Tuesd C C Back Bf Robbins where last Frida cak uisvillo was here Thur jJIHk interest of thfe Louisville Herald Jfnpt James J lay ono of the most prominent pfederate vot erans residing near Lexington was found dead in his sleeping car berthon an eastbourid C O train near BaltinfoTe Wednesday CINC IXNAT MA RKET CINCINNATI 8 Hogs Good to cho packers an but orsYi7G 0 light ship Goodpotsto choice 4 25 l t 85 common to fair 3 00iOOvHeifers Stock ersand feeders 2 504 50 Shcop Qood f8 choice I C05 5 common to fair 3 004 50 fLjpls Common to fair 4 25 G 85 MASTER Commissioners Sale Breathitt Circuit Court f W Fletcher Plaintif- fsk Notice of Sale D Jackson Defendant kr virtue ofa judgment and f sale of the Breathitt Cir c rt made and entered in regular sum of 12500 with interest from the 23d day of February 1905 and 10iO costs therein ex pended I shall proceed to offer for sale the front tho Court- Housh in Jackson Breathitt coun ty Kentucky on londay February 19 06 regulafIebruarCirculTCourt between tho hours of 11 oe ak m and 2 oclock p tlTo following described real property lying and being in i Breathitt county ICy on the south fork of Quicksand Creek and bounded and described as fol lows Beginning at a white oak I and two hickorys standing near the creek at Frank Pramos line thence with tho line of the same to the head of Bear Hollow thence up tho hill to the top of the and with the ridge to a high knob at tho back of Ben Millers field thence doWn tho point to high knob at ttie head of big field hol c low thcnco town tho point to tho upper end of tho burn lot thence down tho creek as it meanders to tho beginning or so much thereof as will bo necessary to satisfy the nbovo named judgi ment mterest and cost of tillS sale Said property will be sold at public auction to tho highest and best bidder on a credit of six months and tho purchaser will bo required to give bond for tho purchase money with approved so curity bearing interest from date of sale and having the force and effect of a replevin bond anda 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 TOOInterestCost of suit lt3siJG Commissioners cost 7 50 Cost of printing 12 00a 1Totalamount StOS J W CARDWELLM J 1IASTER- COMMISSIONERS SALE Breathitt Circuit Court Abrolia Maroura Administratrix v Plaintiffs Notice of Sale Floyd Day Administrator c- Defendants By virtue ofa judgment an order of sale of the Breathitt Cir cult Court made and entered In tho above styled cause at its regu lar October term 1905 for th sum of 300 00 with thereon from the 6th da of Octo alSOOjcostsproceed to offer for sale at tho front door of tho Court House in Juckson Breathitt county Ky o Monday February 19 06I it being tho first day of tho regu lar February term of the Brcnthitt Circuit Court between tho hours of 11 oclock a m and 2 oclock p m the following described real property lying and being i Breathitt county Iiyon Crockand bounded and describe- as follows Beginning nt A oesalIsided October 18 1897 thence up the hill in n northeast course a Copefa between Froxcn and Quicksand thence around tho head of Meet ing Houso branch on the top of ridge it being tho back line o the said Laura Sowell convoyed to her by James Strong and the samo convoyed to him by Milli- s Combs then with sold William Strong lino to tho beginning so as o all tho land on loft hand fork of the Meetin House branch containing 3 acres more or less or so muc- hthereof as will bo necessary to satisfy tho above named debt terest and costs Said propert- will bo sold at public auction to the highest and host bidder on credit of six months and tho pur chaser will IMS required to give bond for tho purchase money with approved security bgarln- interest from the day of salsa and having the force and effect of a replevin bond and a lien will be reserved in said bond for the full payment of the purchase price and preparedthose terms Amount of d bt300 00 75dt 4 Cost of printing 13 00 Total amount 416 25 J W CARDWELL M CB CC master omml58iogers Sale BREATHITT CIRCUIT COURT Abrelia Marcum Guardian- vs Plaintiff Nellie Flannery c Defendant Petition in Equity By virtue ofI judgment and order of salt of the Brcatliitt Cir cuit Court mado and entered in the above styled cause at its rog ular October term 1905 I shall proceed to offer for sale at tho Court House door in Jackson Breathitt County Kentucky on Monday Fobuary 19 06 regular itt Circuit Court between tho hours of 12 oclock m and 2 oclock p m the following described real property lying and being in Breathitt County Kentucky on tho waters of Howards Creek and boundedand described as follows Beginning on a rock marked B S on tho north bank of the Mar cum fork of Howards Crock n tributary of tho north fork of tho Kentucky river about 800 foot above the forks of tho said creek on the lino of the lands of Leo Deaton thence S 3580 W 568 feet to o black oak S 4330 W 100 feet to a chestnut S W 734 foot to two small sourwoods on aI JohnDayj I ablnckstake n 87 30 w 263 feet to a stake n 56v l8G feet to a chest nut s 74 30 w 382 feet to a sour wood n 74 15 w 22 feet to a inn SOUlIn ichcstnut on n knobs 55 w 39 71 feet toasmltll dogwoods 66 30 w 198 feet to n black jack s 11 15 w 190 feet to n chestnut oak and small hickory s 845 o 206 feet to two hickories corner to the land of Jasper Arrcjwood thence bearing the Davidson and with tho land of Arrowood li215 w 200 feet to a chestnut oaks57 30 w 150 feet to a cross on a rocks rIp w208 feet to a stake s 49 15 w 141 feet to a chestnut s 62 w 216 feet to ft largo black oak with old marks s 59 45 w 109 feet to a chestnut s G3 w 272 feet to n chcstnutNoak 54 30 w 264 feet to ftsjajpi s 78 45 w 206 foot to a dl 5lnllt Ii 81 80 w 295 flit ton blackoak n 70 w 296 feet to chestnut stump n 60 30 w 76 fept to n double chestnut oaks 68 SO w 554 feet to ft stake s 71 w 322 feet to a cross on a rock near ft smnll hickory s 86 w 280 feet ton chestnut oak corner to tho land of J n Newton Arrowood and with his line leaving tho lino of Jasper Arrowood n 76 15 w 258 feet to n stake in 42 15 w 163 feet to a stake n lit w 166 feet to a hickory and double chestnut n 72 45 w 179 feet to a stake on a knob near n largo rock n 69 45 w lt8 feet to a stake n8015 w 185 feet to a stake n 55 30 w 199 feet to a doubledstftKo n M w 18J feet to a slake under Hailers rock n 41 50 w to two poplars under Nailers rocks Benjamintipg tho lino of J IL Newton Ar 10ioryn 58 w 248 foot to a dead pine n 79 IJTw 110 feet to a anpine s 85 50 w 104 feet to a state n 84 30 w 105 foot to a small sour wood n T8 05 w 508 foot to n small hickory s 79 30 w 97 feet tp a hicKory n 84 w 128 238IIIland of Leo Lambs and with his Mcd stakef 29I45ef101Jeet to a maple on a larg rockn 15 15 w 807 fcfct to a stake n 13 w 07 test to two pines n 28 45 e 100 feet to a stake u 17 45 e 103 feet to a ttnke by a Hot ruck n 20 30 e 400 feet to a Flake n 0 e u1fOet to r chestnut oak corner to land of Alfred t1iFfa walnut l 82 15 e 126 feet to a stake n E9 30 e 191 feet to a pine I n 75 e 250 pintahickory n 0030 e 181 feet to a stoke 61gl8na stake a 83 e 112 feet to a troll cheil blacky nIn BO 30 e 00 feet to a Chestnut under a large rook III CO 30 e 91 feat to a plop 30e128gcross on a rook I n 14 w 293 feet to a chestnut oak In 8 30 w 170 feet to a chestnut n 10 e 08 feet to A stake n 14 o 151 feet toa chestnut oak and hickoryn 17 30 0 125 toot to a chestnut n 1 30 w 145 feet to a chestnut n 18 45 o 100 feet to a cross on a rock n 31 15 0 78 feet to a stake s 87 o 01 foot to n lo oust s 81 15 o 75 foot to a cross on n rock n 80 30 0 GO feet to a rod bulljn 71450122 feet to two hick ories n 75 45 o 177 feet to a black smnllhickory alargefeet to a hickoryi n 78 30 o 108 177feeto 170 feet to a chestnut oak corner to landof Mary Spicer and with her line leaving landof Alfred Hollon n 72 o 493 feet to a largo chestnut oak n 27 30 o 414 feet to a flat rock n 37 15 0 280 feet to a KentuckYUnionland leaving the landof Mary Spi cor s 61 45 0 857 feet to n small pine on n knob s 15 w 539 foot to a pine s15 o 364 feet to a stake Sal o 241 feat to a chestnut oak on tho ridge in head of first right ofHowardsto a black oak n 55 30 e 147 feet to a stake n 61 45 o 560 feet to a smallchestnut oak on knobs 56 15 e391 feet to a double chestnut n 62 o 213 feet to ft stake n 41 45 e 543 feet to a rock on h high knobs GO c 526 feet to ft hickory s 88 2UfeetShoalBranchnor to Doty Shoal tract n 47 30 e 486 feet to three dogwoods n 24a 184 feet to a hickory n 44 30 o highknobchestnut oak s 64 45 e 171 feet to hickorts 31 30 e 250 feet to a s 0 278 feet to a black oak corner to land of Thomas loavlagthepany thonco s 42 15 o 143 foot to a stake a 4015o 107 foot to a stake s 40 o 185 feet to n blnjk jacka 49 80 o 137 feet to a dogwood saplings 65 50 o 182 feet to a stake on tho point a 42 o 212 feet to u black oaka 40 45 o 100 feet to a stako on tho end orn point s 18 80o 258 fcot to a stako s 88 80 o 00 feet to a ayes moro in tho mouth of Duty Shoal Branch on south bank of tho North Fork of tho Kentucky river on the lino of AV E Gninbillu land end with his line leaving tho land of Thomas Cluuiuy s 55 w 284 feet to a doublo dogwoods 40 45 w 114 feet to a stake s 84 45 w 258 feet to a stake a 40 80 w 247 feet to a stnku on aido of tho hill a 70 15 w lOll feet to a largo chestnut oak on the side of the hill w OS feet to a small red onks 70 15 w U27 feet to a stake s 71 now 208 fcot to a red onkn 54 w 252 toot to a stake n 48 80 w 821 feet to a sassafras w 170 foot to a locust n 70 15 w 212 feet ton stake n 74 w 122 feet to a sour woodon point between Doty Shonl Branch and W E Gambills branch thence n 57 15 w 218 foot to a hiekon IIndChO1tnllt oak on ridge in tho head of Duty Shoal thonco s 57 45 w 280 feet to u small hickorya 45 w 820 feet toa locust s 12 45 w 801 feet too black oak bv a large rock on a knib thence i 5 30 e 701 feet lo a black oak mi a knoll s6t eSCS feol lo a ml oak and tnurwood a 8 10 e 375 fret to a red rnka 104ta 104 ret to a stake s 4R 15 e 371 feet to a double 11111I 11 15 e 10S fret to a blmk oak nn n ridge corner to the Ixhd of Lre Draton and with lla line leaving the line nf v1 Jam hili thence a 18 w 120 feet loa rot oak on the side of the hill 111 w 110 feet to n white oak II F090w 283 test to a red oak on the alde of tlN hill thence a 33 3Q w 4IO leer to the becln niug i containing itO iIIcres by actual survey Said property will hslIll at public auction to the lilgheu and beat bidder on a credit of nix niiihih and the pticharor will be required to Uo bond fur the purchase money with approved security hearing Inter est from date nf sale and having the force and effect of a replevin burn nude lien will bo raved in said bonds tar tite full payment of the purchase price and interest Hidden must be prepared to comply promptly with hee terns Oust of slliLu f 30 00 UommUiinnar costa 7 50 Cot of printing 70 00 Total t 10S 40 r W OAHDWELI M 0 n 0 0 MASTER ommissionors cJao Breathitt Circuit Court Evcrsole Son Plaintiff SaleHBy virtue of a judgment and order of sale of tho Breathitt Circuit Court made and entered in tho above styled cause at its reg ular October term 1905 in favor of Evorsolo Son for 100 00 with Interest from tho 13th day of ofFnirbanks 231dayproceedto ofKentuck o ty Kentucky on Thursilny February lith OU between tho hours of 12 oclock m followindescribedg countyKytheKentucky thoKentllck 10Itmillbuiltturing Company with solid car GOfeetstichcd belt one 18 inch vorticlo corn mill built by Nordyke Norman Co Indianapolis Ind 40 feet 0 inch fourply canvass belongIng satisfytheest and costs of this sale Said property will be sold at public bestbidderrequiredto securitybearing offeot will be reserved in said bond for the full payment of the purchase mustLIOfltjJ1lrcd 00Jnterost00Amount 00fnterest12260Amount 50CQstofprinting Total v 900 15 JV CAHDWELL M C B C OV IDAY ROSI0 COMPANY Wholesale and Retail have the most complete stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE- rr Ever brought to Jackson ronsistn ltof 1 t11 QdSt Not110 5t Ty3 il R t U i J = tff 1 tc Jki i LoJi tOes We have the finest a hue of shoes in East ern Kentucky Our mens shoes are of the latest style For the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy THE LATEST DESIGNS IN MILLINERYThis Deparent is under the man agement ofsMargaret Basket who can show you The Latest Style Hats direct from New York City Also GOODSInMarketsIf or FURNITUREWe are the people you are looking for we have it by car loads to suit every body Come and see us oura nulUttiltuifututuunnnl1touf RightaHiiMiiiiiiiiiiuuiiiiiiuMiwuimm I a DAY BROS COMPANY Jackson Kentucky r t I The Breathitt News LliltllHlicd Every Friday CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAR J WISE IIAG INS KoiroH M Local and Personal Ju 5150 will buy five payers for a whole year f n Vanursdull of the Hani is itat London attending court g A II Patton was in Frankfort y f several days luring the week Anna Milo Osbqrno of Cynthi Itnna has returned to Jackson r O 11 Pollard mid D n Red Beattyi1lleJames Blanton of Lambric was hero on business the first of the week Nathan Pelfry and WII Pelt ry of Frozen were hero the Unit of the week Hugh Hiddull of Irvine was hero on legal business the first of the week f jMrs W K Bradshaw who has r been for some time is urn 0 proving Mr and Mrs A S Henry re turned Monday from a brief visit ir to Lexington Dr Boggu has moved his office 1 from tho second to the first floor of tho old Harris building Charles 0 Moore tho noted in iidel died at his homo near Lex io ington Wednesday afternoon J D Moore has sold his house and lot on Highland avenue to Mrs S B Stidham for lSOt cash S J Paris of Winchester was hero Wednesday supplying our merchants with Perfection flour Martin T Kelly and E P Landrum made a business trip to tho head of South Fork Wednes day F L Whitaker of Huntinglon W Va spent Tuesday in town looking after his interests in this section Miles Terry Jacob Terry and George Johnson nilof Turkey were hero the first of tho week t king depositions in an important land suit J 11 Blake went to Lost Creek Thursday Ho purchased tho storehouse and lot and another lot ad joining the same ho formerly owned and occupied there The skating on thin ponds in and about town have proven nn enjoy able pastime for tho younger peo pie for tho past few days All arc waiting for theriver to freeze over c Price Sewell is erecting a busi ness house on the corner just be yond tho south end of tho bridge i It will bo occupied by Hodden Bros as a general merchandise It storeRepresenhtivolohn C Griffith camo up Saturday from Frankfort and returned Tuesday This is hi first trip away since tho JL began lie is attending strictly to business if p George Johnson of Crocketts d= yule and Miss Cnllio Davidson were married Thursday at the hmo of tho bridos parents Mr and Mrs Robert Davidson on Broadway Judge Taulbeo oflicia ting John L Strong and family o this place Ben Clemons Jr and family of Clemons and Squirt Frazier and family of Robbins loft hero last Tuesday for Okla homa where they intend to make their future homo The Sunday school at Quicksand met Sunday Feb 4 at tho Houn shell school house with IJC Roark and Miss Lillian Carpenter as teachers Attendance 32 We hope it will increase J R11ac- will k bo tho teacher next Sunday Col J It Barr Manager of th i L E Railway loft hero Tues day morning on a tour of in spection over tho proposed route of tho L E Railway Co from this place via Hazard It is work will begin on this extensio- in the early spring Tho mail from hero to Woburn has missed several trips recently on account of tho river being un fordablo This route is about 1C miles long and crosses tho river L five times Tho road should bo made to cross tho rivor hero at Jackson and then on tho other side of tho river up to the mouth of Wolfe Creek which is about 14 miles from here t 1 J S Hcnd Advancing Rapidly J S Head Jr returned Wed nesday evening from Chalanooga Tenn and has once more resumed his duties as cashier of the bank Mr Head lots been elected vice president of tho Avenue Hank and Trust Company of Clmtanooga Wo are pleased to seo Joe make such rapid strides in tho financial world Local Talent to Produce Jlr Hob On time evening of tho 23rd inst Mr Bobwill bo rendered in tho college chapel by local talent Mr O IL Pollard is managing byMrsDunham and by Messrs Kelly and Duvall Tho play is full of life from beginning to end Dont fail to see it- 1holutetvarsoftlieHll Kooni Service at tho Baptist church Sunday at 11 n m mind 0110 p m Rev W IL Sctzcr pastor Morning subject The Bible Doctrine of Sanctiiication evening sub ject The Gateways of the lull flown On Tuesday evening February 13th tho churchwill hold its annual rollcull All tho members of tho church and con gregation are urged to bo present AN EXlKNSK TO Til ESTATE Tho lower house of tho Legis lature passed a resolution last Wed nesday to scud n committee to in vestigate the affairs of Hrcathitt county but it will not be effective until it passes the Senate Wo do not object to n free and fair investigation in fact wo would be glad to sco the wholo Legislature COllie up but wo do not believe that tho Senate will stultify itself and run the State to useless ex pease to send a committee hero now when they would find Breath itt county as everybody knows the most peaceful and quiet county in the State Big Fires at Lexington Fire at Lexington last Tuesday night totally destroyed the whole salt house of Curry Tunis Nor woodwith all its contents Loss 1J500 with an insurance of lu000 and injured time Lexing ton Brewery building to the amount of 15000 Clark How nrd about 1000 The C O freight depot tho street car com pany and tho telephone company were also damaged Tho handsome Cincinnati SouthI icrn passenger depot and all its contents was destroyed by fire at Lexington Wednesday II iI1tIThe Future of Hrcalhitt Tint tho development of Eastern Kentucky is a matter in which capitalists are interested Ite the present time is a fact that can notI longer be denied In a few years our vast resources will bo marketed in nil points of the commercial world and at the present tho paving of tho great future for this lend of the State is being laid JI M tisitii 11 in tine very center ui d lopmcnt around us are coal wealths ofnpeople who follow developments of this kind and to induco others to romp some means must lx locatedatint reap rom the rush but will tho growth boI such that it will bo permanent is a question in which all our people should bo interested That it can toft1so some means must ho taken by those who arc now hero ready to meet the influx There is one way at least in which this can bo dono Lot our Business lien Club take holdof tho situation They should organ izo a Hoard of Trade show capi talists what wo have in this see tion induco manufacturers to conic hero and help to got tho railroads Our Business Mens Club is a departure in Jackson Many o meneLora of it They all should be Then when well organized by tho best men wo have let them assist the people seeking investments manufacturing sites and other mdcn Jackson tho leading ern Kentucky This can be done and by starting when it is in its beginning wo arc sure to have strong substantial growth and alsoof making Jackson tho met ropolis of this end of tho State Circuit court will begin hero Monday February 19th Timer is a largo docket to bo disposed of Tic Sheriff and deputies arc busy executing processes jy Little Lovo Stories Marriage licenses have been granted to Floyd Hack of Steven son and Miss Norn Carpenter of Jackson Leo Johnson to Miss Nannie Davis both of Clay Hole NOTICE All persons in account with mo will please calland settle at cnc as I am needing money to pay for stock All accounts not settled by March 1st will bo placed in the hands of an ollicer for collection 1518 D G Ronixsov ADVEHTISKD lASTLKIlS List of letters remaining unclaimed in limo Jackson postoflico for the weekending February 9 1900 and sent to tho Dead Letter Oflico at Washington DO for tho week ending February 2J 00 Mary Armstrong Dclic Bishop J H Davis Mrs L M Maupin Molly McIntosh F W Melbourne Nannie Morris Charles Stone 2 letttrsjl Russell Sizemore ftlf Carrie Spiccr James A Tomlinson Persons calling for the above mail will plcoso say advertised D D HunsT P M Thnrpft Stomach to bo Analyeil Judge II F1rvis held an inquest over tho body of FIcm Tlmrp an account of whoso death appear ed in our columns last week Judge Davis went to his former residence and summoned n jury who after hearing the evidence returned n verdict that the deceased camo to his death by poison but whether by accident or design they were unable to determine Dr W P Hogg removed the stomachand Judge fnul bee took it to Lexing ton to have the contents analyzed but up to this time no report inns been made Typhoid Claims n Victim Diedon January 29 1900 I J Wooda member of tho Junior Class of tho Louisville Hospital College Tho students showed their esteem and respect by pur chasing a very beautiful and np propriate floral design Ir C M 07 with which to decorate the coffin of their worthy classmate A meeting was called and the students selected a member to accompany tho remains to Williams burg Ky tho homo of tho deceased They also appointed pallbearers and turned out in n body and escorted tho remains to the Tenthstreet depot from which place they wore expressed to Wil liamsburg Say what you will about tho medical students They ever ready to extend a helping hand to a brother student in distress and to mingle their heartfelt sympathy with that of the friends and relatives of a deceased class mateon A BYRD Tho Doll Carnival n Success By unanimous consent tho doll carnival given by the Presbyte rian Indies Aid Society at the college chapel last Friday night is declared to bo the most pleasing and popular entertainment ever given in Jackson A largo audience tilled tho spacious chapel mind when the first number on the program time grand march was executed tho entire audience rose to its feet in ovation to tho magnificent spectacle More than 30 of tho prettiest little girls of Jack son about 20 with handsomely decorated doll buggies and about 15 with dolls in arms were in the march From start to finish in all the drills marches and recitations andfbuggy contest wore Miss Jennie Hradshaw gowned in bluo and white and Miss Marine McLin attired in white and pink Tho lucky ones in tho doll in arm con antifMaud Copo Bessie Endicott diary Thompson Annie Clark Jennie Bradshaw Alma and Alice Combs Gypsio Davis Emma Jonoffoulbeo and Sarah Powell all deserve cred it in time rendition of their parts Miss Jessie Patton slowed great skill in rendering oftlu usicfor time entire program iPerhnps tho most interestin number on tho program vfas the awarding of tho beauty doll tho Car nivalQueen to tho inostpopu Jar young lady After a most ox citing race of thirty minutes Miss Emma Jane Taulbeo wofutho prize with Miss Maurino McLin n close second Tho proceeds to tho ladle worn aboiit10000 L IOUR BIG CLTBWNG OFlKK iBy special arrangement with tho Southern Agriculturist time popular semimonthly farm paper of Nashville Tcnn we are able to give our readers tho advantagi of a clubbing offer which we believe- is the most brtany newsl p in lbSdtlh In the first Vplace wqwilcml tho Southern Agriculturist a whole year free to any new or old Subscriber who nays us for n yearm subscription to our own paper HKUK IS OUlt IIIO ALIiSfiUUTllKIlN HAIU1AIN trl Regular Price Ircllthitt County Nemer1 00 Southern Agricultu 5O Nashville Weekly American t0I Industrious lIen poultry Southern Fruit Grower v 50 Total regular price 1hQO We WIll send you all fiveof time J above papers a whole rc rfor i only 1 50 These papers are all ofSouthernI publications andeach isa lender in its particular field Order this club and you willet a big ears reading at nominal cost IuEtrrrrrp CovxTr NlwsL Win Taulbee of Taulbccwasl hcreiWcdncsday Aj Curtis IIn ins of Robbins was hero the first Jif the week- A nko lino of Fresh Cakes from 12i cents a pound up at lladdons s The ground hog saw his slwuow allright last Friday and since loI returned ito his holo winter been getting in its work nail tho the thermometer has been hovering around the zero mark r The total assessed of taxable property in Breothitt county as shown by tho assessors book for 1900 is as follows Land s 1060604 Town Lots 152037 Personal Propertyw391S27 Total 1610468 D B Grigsby of NoVMcxico has been visiting his father at Hindman for limo past month lIe also visited his nieces Mrs Farish I Hack of Jackson and Mrs W M1 Crawfordof Athol Ho left for his home last Tuesday accompanied by his brother W M Grigsby and nephew A J Moscley FOR SALE One house and lot with about two acres of round within one half mile of the court house Also eichttwolfths interest in tho John Robertson farm which is situated about 1 miles above Jackson Any oneVanling bar gain will do well to call on D G ROBINSON lOtf Jackson KI Notice to Clainiaiits On January 5th 1000 for violations of internal revenue laws I seized on time distillery promises of distillery No onof Elihu Reynolds 103 gallons of whisky two copper stills and worms 1 copper 3till cap 11 fermentora and other distilleryapparatus Any person or persons claiming any or all of property are re quired to appear before time un dorsigned withiu 30 days from Fobruaiy Oth mid make claim to same if not the property will be advortisod and sold under Section No 34GO It S U S J L McCOY Deputy Collector 8th Di- st5J1EFIFF Sf1LE By virtue of Execution No 1675 in favor of 1 YoCardwoll taster Commissioner vsItDay and James Harftis I or one of my deputies wjll on MONDAY FEB 2O 00 between tho hours of 12 oclock m and 2 oclock p m at the Court Houso door in tho town of Jack son Breathitt county Ky expose to public sale to the highest bid der tho following property or so much thereof as may bo neces awry to satisfy tho amount of the plaintiffs debt interest and costs towitLot or parcel No3 in said di beatenga most northerly corner of A II Hargis residence lot thence run Wing N 1 E 40Ueet to a set stono on top of river bank ahead same course down to tho river+ thence up tho river to tho lino 0 S S Taulbcos livery stable lot+ thence with tho lower lino of said lot and tho lower lino of tho John Strops lot to James Hargis1 1 j = residence lot thence with the lower line of and with A II leviedHargis f Terms Sale will bo mado on n credit of three monthsbond with approved security required bear ing interest at the rate per cent per annum from day of sale and having the force and effect of a replevin bond This 7th day of February 1906 Balance debt and interest 2327 advertising 800 Total 3127 HIIECK CitAWFonn S B C rSd7ZSC525Ztr2S2S252S2 ern i WATCHES m CLOCKS SILVEinVAHE j SILVER NOVELTIES Or CUT GLASS UMBRELLAS m and all kinds of g FIRST C1SS JEW CRV mS D FLEENOK- j rn JEWELER AND O n TICIANm Cl5c252S25 Henry Vntterson s Paper THE WEEKLY Colirier Journal AND THE BREATHITT COUNTY NEWS V Both Ono Year F- orrLY 15O The regular price of the Con riorJournal alone is 5100 Few people iri the United States have not heard of tho Courier thingsfnirthingg it is essentially a family paper Dyn special arrange mont wo are enabled to offer the WeeklyCourier Journal and the County News bothore year for the price namedabove Send your subscription for the- combJ1atioit to tho Breathitt JountyNeWlnot to the Courier Journal 5EF1FF 5jcE ByVirtuo of Execution No 1CG9 in favor ofH M Puckett c vs S S Spradlin which issued from the Clerks of3coof time Hrcathitt Circuit Court Ion one of my deputies willon FEBRUARY 1O 19OO between tho hours of 10 oclock a m and 2 oclock p mat the Court House door in Hrcathitt l1ublioSlowing property or so much there of as may bo necessary to satisfy tho amount of tho plaintiffs debt interest and costs towit Onehalf interest in tho two following tracts of land in Hreathitt County first beginning at time mouthof a branch opposite or near the upper end of S P Chand lers farm thence up tho river with its meanders to the mouthof a branch commonly called the Campbell Branch Harry Shackcl fords lino thence u straight line to two white oaks nudn sugar tree on tho ridge which is marked thenco with Berry Shackcl fords marked lino to tho branch thence with the meander of tho branch to the beginning containing 20C acres also tho following land beginning at tho mouth of tho Ce dnr branch on a largo beech thenco up the river to Berry Shackelfords lino thence with said line to Thomas Sowells lino thence with Sewells lino to the top of the ridge thence with th ridge to J S Sheffields lino down the hill to tho beginning except coal pit of M Puckott levied upon as tho property oi S S Spradlin Terms Sale will be made on credit of six months bond wit approved security required bearing interest at the rate of six pe cent per annum from day of sale rand having time force and effect o a salo bond This 30th day o January 1906 BREAK CRAWFORD S DC- D S B STIDUAM DS r4 II t I 1 del to close out allM9D5 designs I willoftel for the next 1f days a extraOldmarJ Dill ga1I1S i srONE 350 PIANO FORT tNE 300 PIANO FOR 265 ONE 2150 PIANO FOR 200tt The above goods are all strictly new k signcdtlguaranteeto call and examine the goods FBt EncMcott IllA GOOD PLACE l11 i TOJ BUY DRUG ijc A good place to buy Drugs is where accuracy and experience prevail WE HAVE HAD THE EX II tIERmNCg and wo would not tolerate mistake t is too valuable and you are pro tected in every way if you bring your prescription 1 here No one in this store is allowed to handle a WI prescription who is not thoroughly competent W b PURE DRUGS AND j jlALS I WIprescrIptIOns Bandagesre W WIfor you without extra cha K- OWE MAK SPECIALTY OF m FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCOS 1 1 1y1JACKSON I SHELY 1TO AND DEALER IN RBLE AND GRA- NITEbuments find Tombstones snvem22 YEA S EXPERIENCE ACSON BREATHI TeofjNTY KENTUCKY kS252525525 25CS2525252sJca aa aa f 1 REST NOT N TilE FREE BUS TO and FROM CHI t L 4DEPOTf- S A OTElfs Tf g PR Pr JA ON ice GOOD LIVERY STABLE IN FIRST CLASS SAMPLE CONNEOTION RQ01IS T S Z525252525252c52525S c552S2525c FLOY DY President SAMUEL HEAD JKna her N F P CRAWFOUD Vice p ROBT VANAUSDALL Asit Jaah j JACKSON POSIT BANK IiiyPaid up CapiaTaifflSurplus 2710000 1 1 1 u Wesolwt the Banking Business and accounts of limb r lanufaeturersf 1 k Timber Dealers 1r3 I Businejjs Men iii r Warchantsof + 1 fin messVl li ta Througliout EaatorujKontucky and offer our Customers v a- i Etmr LIB TERMSf Eh Within thelimnii ts of legitimate business f1M r T = COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTYSSa5- 2SES3JKSOTa5E5H52SH52S2Basa55iBS3S ns J i T A 11 For Sale atj I ArscltolarshtpJipir Jatornu F tionni JorrCSpOUOPLSCh00ISI that Mr Hoffmai represents i 4 Also three moniiws scholarshii J 4 1hth Bryant Business r L a 1Ucwe 8t IouiItton COUNTY on or- ilrcs NEWS JaqttXY- I Take a1vantagIotour subscrip + tion offers today 1 Stop with Hart tat U- eedI hotel when in I xhwrton AfttlutcraVWere Adu V Thla la an nntlin arL flLd nn imtlquary It is abntlredfIeft r old and very valuable oU aecount f the quaint designs of Ugaembreldcry Som day I shall sclluifaytJlonolrc Yes some tiny this ssor odors a millionaires parlOrt figuring there us I an antique object of art and that Till be as though a spittoon of today should figure as an obJect fUrt In some nes ladys drawing room In 3000 laid the antlaiacasRar n kind ot 4thetlcIn a sah1dalWQ1iThen be olu BKi t words derlV bOWS th- eLthtngs tisentt n macnssor hair oil The antimacassar was sprea I on chair backs to protect them from 4 the oil In ieJ tfErcry1lOl1r f used Uowlands mncBear oil on bis locks In thoso dnys name given 7 to the tIdy or chair shieltwas a tree j advertisement for Kowlamlii excel- I nt as It was unique j GeibIeU to Blame SAsk iny hundred English men wo f rdlildrLfl what Is tile name of jttjil of Ilussla and every one of t rlll rcplyHSt Petersburg II may be a small matter but In point ot t foctitho proper name U Petersburg 44 i TUeiEngllsh are the only folk who In the Saint Tho city Wit 0tounded by P t rthe Great and III mimed fitter him It Is quite true that Peter was one of the JBOst extraordl wary men that erer fli Hironc bu no one wouldhaye aliMre astound cd than hH iubbed C saint Ho nWled In tlu odorof anctlfyj Ikard to fln out how It bee HRWsb fashion to miscall the s MprwWH he found 1 cd London MatE A man who once idiugli horn hands rnhde them oftand smooth f with Witch Hazel Salve but he used II ihe genuine that bearing the nami j rE 0 DeWlttA Co Chicago Joi I wires boils cut burn bruises ete it has no equal and affords almost jin mediate relief from blind bleeding b1JcluonYonrielf and Tour Neighbor Tbero Is an Idea abroad among mol I f al people that they must make theti i S It 10 neighbors good One person I hayej- t4ti d make goodmyselt But duty4 my neighbor is much more nearIjhx it lJ iC1 by the saying that I bavt t Jnakfl him happy if I may Steven 81iff hey never gripe or sicken fe- urllahseXnd k 5 strengthen the Stomach l liver and bowels This is the universe ITf verdict of t many thousands wft I iiwDiWHt1 Little Earjr RIsers Thee famouillttle pills relieve head Jnche constipation blliousnesg jaun tk torpldJJlve sallow complexion 1 Trj LittIeEsrIyRsersjackson Drtij 0 i P Still Worms SflimWhat makes you look so miserable Her Wliy do I look mlseni Mu ninYes you look as If your hnlPllymnrrled Jeenhnpplly Sick headache A This distressing ailment results frorn n llsordered condition of the stHnach I All that II needed to effect a cur Is e dllt or two of Chamberlains Stomach amid Liver Tablet In fact llHrt taclt mty be wardid off or greatly lessened OjtobletlDugCo xJ Father I suppose tought to ask your w fSber for your hand t r Well yes It might please him and It cant do any hurt Of courtf3 wouldnt bo nt all necessary It mtnwere home Cleveland Plain rJea1ro aLo Best PhysicLWhen want a in I id and gentle easy to take lAd j tnin to act always use Chamberlain Stomach and Liver Tablets For i by Jackson Drug CoY4 Reformed I Guzzler hasnt I 4aroundIs wrng with him OSoaque I afraid so I heard ho was going tobo married Philadelphia Record Afraid of Strong Medicines Many people Suffer far years from ihxiimatlc pains and prefer to do so rather than take the strong medicines usually given for rheumatism not knowing that quick relief from pain liny be had simply by appllylngOhalrf berldlnf Pain Balm and without ta Ins any medicine Internally For sal liy mime Jackson Drug Co FOUND y John W Dean had a pain In his back for bout five years and It finally be cams so great that he could not work and In fact could not walk at time everal physicians failed to cure him biit ha found a remedy It was Smiths Kidney and Nerve Tonic For saloby R II Slldham Se Son Saokson Ky toImIlODTaTAIiJ fqsidv Nt i- F 1 vi 13 VlnrlluuCIni I Aiin1liit in f jtcs uilu iulclals the I won Ef 1Lurlbu Inuin as they RPP1jur coins Ire thero without law rime kgoml flntt appeared on a cop icr coin struck ut time Newburf N Y mint In the year 1780 Tin United States was very young nt that time and could not afford the luxury ot n mint so a private Individual of the namo of Brasher opened tile Xewbur coining establishment with tho Inten i tion of turning out money of tlio realm forall earners Exactly how tho wonli EPlnrlbus Unum came to be used as a motto is not known but one thing Is certain the Brusher copper coIn bearing that legend and tIne unto ot 17SO Is tbo most valuable metal disk ever minted on this continent Sonic time after coining his famous copper with the odd Latin motto us above described Brasher tried his hini on n largo sized gold piece producing tho coin known to time numismatics us Brasherfl twenty Tho Brashci twenty was not a twenty dollar gold piece however for It lacked fl ot weighing enough but of late years It bas become very scarce and valuabli because of the fact that tho legend In scrlbed upon It reads Unum E Plod bus instead of K Pluribus Unum PiratIng Foleys Honey tinil Tar Foley A Co Chicago originated y and Tar as a thront and lung remedy and on account of the grra sent and ponalarlty of Foleyi lion nd Tar many Jmlaliars are ofTerei for the genuBe These nortlileH ini itationii have Imllar toundipR name Rewire of them Time genuine Foley Honey and TatJs In a yellow pncknEe ak forand wfuie any substitute ft is llip beit remedy for coughs aift colds Jackson Drug Co Stropping Motor Tin Idea that n razor needs frcqucn grinding or boning is not in keeping with my experience said n man who shaves hl1usolthI have a razor that 1 ijot ten years ago which lias never beet out of my possession never butt anyI ther treatment than stropping today time sharpest and best of six A razor can only bo kept In this condition without honing however by using a hard strop that Is one which Is rlgliI Instead of flexible and not tho kindI that makes an arc of a circle when you use It This latter sort Will sharpen rt razor for awhile but It also makes JU edge round until at last It ceases to cut Why do I have six razors Well tha- Is t to use them In regular turn and glre 1each one of them n rest I shave ever r day which I find tho least troublesonn method andJf I use tho O blad every day lt would soon play outTII edge of a razor needs rest Just ilk evoryotberJuochlue OneMinute Cough Cure contain noi in stout of any harmful Drug has been curing coughs colds crou sjd whooping cough in Ion that it ha proven Itrelf to be a tried and trui friend to the many wIno rise No nee 1 to fear of your child choking fran moupith Pne Mdiute Cough Cur tmand3oj4bytbe Jackson Drug Cu- 1ti ic wont Jag In nmptCTtJnglUh country dialects tho word Jat8l8 found It originally t meant n mnaqloud p Jiay from whlcl came mean n ot drink so big Lis to oven wWIIJng lIC18se8ses in Infin meanings Tl iI i8laT nfeaik- ipxteoded load has been to tbC y with the load the saddlebags held It nnd tb 1 act of carrying I 0 lIt certain die trlcts it signifies a bl frthc Mat o r a oer calf lesther id fatigue IiI addltol1 1 coinciding ltb Jog figuring In ary ECglish to denot roughjbr Jagg J A UKTercJBt fill Bill Jones a westwn erchant went to4ansas City to buxwods Some o- JUese t ho shipped homo ahead of bit 6ii arrival and nearly frightened his wife out of her wits Tine neighbor I heard her shriek and running to her escue found her tral cltU endeavor jug to remove tho cojM of a big box dtL because the box IYtbe legend Bill Inside A Car lfiiII druggIsts tr- 4 I our money IHnwy and Eitr tall to curl jour c I I or cold ItlJP the cough lieajj tnelungs and prevents serious its from a coldr Cures la grippe h and pravuiits pneumonia and umptlon Contrins no opiates penuHie 1111 a yellow package lie substitutes Jackson Drug Co Slavery In Great Britain very survived In Englniul much titan in generally supposed The bondage In Northumberland means a female farm servant Thoi 3 and Baiters 1 e salt inluors ast Lothian were actually slaves 7o If they deserted their serv y one harboring them was liable iimlty of 0 If ho did not restore w twentyfour hours Tine last In England was not freed until t nUn 1842 there was a coaly jLini 1s well as his father and grandfattu rhad worked as a slave In u pit at Musselburg The HUtorlo Eye Washington was crossing the Delaware x He stood Better sit down sir suggested an aid ffVSI JnJ responded lustily tine Fa tb iIIIsC And prny what sort ofa Jllcurocwould lint make DlushKI cr the rebuke tbo aid resolved ito nonkc3io more with art Philadelphia Pub Ledger Curqs Etceitjjn Itching Humors lfpedal for old chronic cases take kitanlc 1o lialtn It gives a heal tiny blood supply to the affected parts ieaiall the sores eruptions scabs calesj stops tile awful itching and urnlng of eczema swellings suppurating watery sore etc Druggists 1 Sample free and prepaid by writing Jlood Helm Co Atlanta Ga Describe rouble and free medical advice sent eaed letter Chamberlains Cough Remedy cars Cold Croup g 0 5 IIIForget YOMF Lout UntllcK Xnpoleon tho Great on one of hil I caiupnlgus while walking about tht camp OliO night as he was accuaUtuted to ilo to discover how tine soldiers were occupied chanced to conic upon it group listening to nn cxcltotl speaker Napoleon stole near to listen and found that th1 was regaling his cow radoa with nn account of battles tbllt- Sll1mleonltodlost I hind tho follow hanged as n trar tor Napoleon said Men do not win battles by tho memory of battles lost It was perfectly true A distinguished military officer affirmed that litter troops hail boon beaten In a battle It took weeks to get them to lIre us well as they hind done before Had success demoralizes theta If one Is continually looking back at the things one has missed In life ono loses the power to grip what Is yet within reach of ones I bauds London Siectnto- rChamberlaIns Cough Itemed- tho Mothers Favorite Tine soothing nnd healing propertlfii of this remedy Its pleasant tastoam plompt and permanent cures havi made it a favorite with people ever3 where It U eineciaiiy prized lI1 mothers uf small children for cold1i croup and whooping cough BH It al IWIlYI affords qrlok relief and as itcon no opium or other harmful dtug it may be given as coufldKntly toj baby as to an adult For sale by tine Jackson Drug Co- ThieMLssourt Paclllc Railway Co St Louis Iron Mountain Southern Hallway Co round trip Ilomeseekori excursion tickets be on saltI tirst nnd third Tuesdays of January and February 1000 tpvast territory in Missouri Kansas Col orndo Arkansas Now Mexico Old Mexico also to all points it Texas Oklahoma and Indian Tor ritoryat n rate of less titan ono fare for tho round Irlp from St privolage3one days also on same sell oneway second class colonists tickets to saute territory at greatly reduced rates Avail yourself ol this rare opportunity to the country winch is now attracting the attention of the Hoineseeke and Investor For descriptive literature and further information address II 0 Townspnd G P T AI St LouisrMo A AGnllagher D1P A 411 Waluut St Cincinnati O For Biliousness and Slok Ilcnd- nchc Take OrJjo Laxative Fruit Syrup It sweetens tine stomacli aids diges lion and acts ati a genle f tlmiilnniToi die liver and bowels without Irritatini thesa organs Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures biliousness and habitual constipation Does not nauseate or gripe and Is mild lid pleasant to take Ufinembsr the name ORINO and refuse to ncuept any substitute Jackson DrugCoS If the Henrf F OP1 Ppntlnir When tine heart stops tho clrculntiQU ceases the capillaries of tho lungs be come gorged with stagnant blooJ while tticbloodinJtliQ brain no longer carries away tine waste products anti brluga the oxygenated fluid to restore the tissues As the blood takes about bait a inlnute to circulate through flio whole system It may be taken that at tine end of this period after tine stoppage of tho I heart tine arteries would be tilled by thin Inst effort of the left ventricle while the veins would bo pouring their contents Into the right auricle Inn few Mcond more the nervous centers would cease to act and probably by the end of tine minute the subject lutroIcntlopwould bly keep up the nppeflranco of life for somo seconds longer Alloldtime cough syrups bind the bowels This is wrong A new idea was advanced two years ago ill Ken nedys Laxative honey and Tar This remedy acts on the mucous membranes of tins throat and lungt and loosens the bowels at tim same time It expel all cold from the system It clears the throat strengthens tle mucous uncut brtnes relieves coughs colds croup kIQIIIDrug The Will to Die Two or three years ago In a Lnnca shire town whllo n fair was In prog ross to the proprietor of a steani roundabout there lImo a Khopkoopor whose wlfp was lying supposedly o the point of death Thou mUll stop thy organ ho said Why asked the other Thou mun stop It I tell tim My missus cawnt lIce was the reply n dialogue for which tine writer can vouch A clergyman hind placed on record n similar Instance Vetting a stele pa rishioner he was told by the doctor that tho sickroom was full of mourners ns BurJug tho woman that oho wan iibaut to die And tho woman was dying from suggestion though organically there was not the least reason winy nho should Tine clergyman entered the room and cleared out time doleful ones Youre not going to die ho unld What Am I not dying parson 7 Then thank God I wont That woman was well In next to no time antI round at the vicarage thanking Its master for having saved her lifeSt James Ga zette Just a little Kodol will relieve that ulneas belching gas on the stomach andall other symptoms of indigestion Codol digests what you eat and ena bls the stomach and digestive organs to perform their functions naturally Boltl by the Jackson Drug C- oChamherIaInsCouh Remedy cures Colds Croup and Wh j Z1K 1 Pu1g PerIods Life sftcn seems too long to the woman who suf I fers from painful periods The eternal bearing down headache backache leucorrhea nervousness dizziness griping cramps and similar tortures are dreadful life worth living take 1YjnecoJrdlli It Eases Womens Pains II quickly relieves Inflammation purifies and enriches the blood strengihens the constitution and permanently cures all diseased conditions from which weak women suffer It Is matchless marvelous reliable At all druggests In 5100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly Jn strictest confJ ence telling us all your symptoms and troubles We will send free advice In plain scaled envelope how to cure them Address Ladles Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Trim Men Tast Sixty In Dnnsrcr More than hitlt mankind uver sixty years of age suffer from kidney am blmldordUordersuiuallyenltrBHmen nf prostate glamt This Is btnth ininfnni mod danjstfrousfand Foleys Kidney Cure should lie taken at the first sign of dancer as it corrocU IrreKiilnrPie nnd has cured many old men of ihl disease Mr Rodney Burnett Rock Port Mofl write I suffered with nlarxed prottate Itl nd and kidiinj trpndlo for years stint after taking two bottles of Filon Kidney Cure I fan bettor than 1 have for twenty years slihughi I am now Sjl years old Jack- soil Drug Oo Fine Trains to Florida Vln South crn Railway and Queen a Crescent Route Flortjaicntilsvllle 8 a mydttily connect at Un- vllle Ky with solid train of IMltmai Sleepers and vestibuled couches via Chatanooga and AtUnta artivlnR J iik sonvilo at 8AO a in rind St Augustine 10 a m next day without change Dining cIrrves ell ueals cnrmite rlorida tilltcllllltnlnJ Iriulsvlll 745 p in orries obiorratlon steelier dally except Snnday Louisville to St AUluulno without ciiatnga via Ohatanotipn and Atlanta arriving Jackiotivilla 5O p niandSl Angus tine at 10 p in next day Front Ian ville thin II snlid trniir of Drawing Itoom Sleepeis Onnp sIt car Obier vnllon car etc Dining car serves all mel enrouto Via the Land of tin SkPullmnkti Sleeper leaves Louis vII Ie 745 p in dolly running through to Knoxvllle where connection rued ntO33u m with through sleeper In Jiicknonville via Achevllle Otluinbla end Savouimh arriving Jneksonville 0 a in Winter Tourist Ticket Rood return log until May81st are nuw un sale a Low Hate Variable Tours going via Athevllle and rand of the Sky and Sapihlr Country and returnliiR via Atlanta and Chatnnoogii or vice verai Km the Land olthe Sky nnd Winter Humes railmr liunds ifnely illustnilfil booklets folders rates etc addren any agent of ihetSctitliern Ity or 0 II llungerford D V X Ltiiisvllle Ky i 0 B Allen A 01 A Si Louis Mo 5 W C Uiniaratin G I A Q U Route Ciiclnnntl Stnrtlliifr hut True leople the world over were horrid til on learning of tine burnlngof a UliicuK tlieatei In whloh nearly six hundred people Ion their Urea yet more than live tlm9s this number or over 3000 people tiled from pneum mia In Chicago during the name year with scarcely a puling nutice Every one of these cases of pneumonia resulted from u cold nnd CJtild maya been prevented by the timely uo of Chamberlains Cough Keiiiiidy A groa many wIno had every rehsun to fear pneunionia have warded It i ff by tIne pnutjpt use of this remedy The following is an in stance olhis sort I Too much cunt not be said in favor of Chamberlain Cough Remedy and especially fur colds and lulluniiza I know hid it cured my daughter Laura of a severe coldand 1 believe stvd her life when the was threatened with pneumonia W D WlfpiX Lugun N Y Suld by Jackson Drug Co Free Ilocllnliiu Chair Cars The Southern Railway have inaugu rated fret reclining clitiir car seryico tivtweeh Louisville and UvansvilleTn their ft through trains leaving Lou Uvillo 730 1 III and 6 II m dully and running solid to Eynnsville with out change This line also operate free redlining chair cars on night trains from Lexington and Onnvllle to St Louiaalso Pullman Sleeper through front Danville tu St Louis The Sonthrrn Railway is 28 miles the shortest from LntiUrflla to Kvansvllle and 43 mules the shortest to St Louis Dont deceive yourself If you have indigestion take Kodul Dyspepsia pure It will relieve you Ray W E Hosiitt South MIllsN 0 says I was troubled with chronic indigestion for aev jrnl years I whatever I ate seemed to same heartburn sour stomach flut tering of my heart and general de- pressIon of mind and body My druggist recommended Kodol and It hiss relieved me I can now eat anything and steep soundly at night Kodol dtgcila what you eat Jackson Drug Co I SUFFERED CREAnY writes Mrs L E Clevenger of Utile view N C mayrnonthlyperiots all nay life but dul gave me wonderful relief and now I am In better health than I have been fora long time I thnkCanlul thcgreat est omar medicine In tho world CANT EAT I flall5 appetltofailsyounnd v you feel as though the bottom blltl drop J ped out of your stomach you are paying tIne penalty for tne abuse you have inflicted upon ounet by hastilyeaten and Improper food our organs even though delicate will stand n lot of tervlce but they resent illtreatrocat Dr CaldweUsLoxa- tlvtSyrup Pepsin Is the greatest remedy in the world for correcting nnd curing nil forms of atom ach and digestive trouble It Instantly imparts new life and vigor to these parts and keeps them in prime and perfect working condition Dontt wait until you are in the grip of these torturingeomplalnts butgetl dollar or halfdollar size of DR CALD WELLS SYRUP PEPSIN now at your druggists and forestall the trouble ItIrull our new booVlet UK CALUWELLS 1100K OF WONiItK and tree sampla to those who hnvo ntver tried this wonderful tsmcdy Do It sow- PEPSIN SYRUP CO Monticello Illinois j Sold by JACKSON DRUQ CO n For a dear complexion ta- KcORINO Laxative Fruit Syrup Pleasant to tako Orino cleanses the system and makes sallow blotched complexions smooth and clear Cures chronic constipation by gently stimulating the gtomachliver and bowels RofuGo substitutes Price DO- oJAGKSOX DRUG no KILL THI COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS WiTh Gr Kings FOR DiscoveryCONSUr1PTION aSurest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK r One bottle at Smiths Kidney and Nerve Tonlo cured Marlon Hall of A weak back It was so badijiat ho couldnt get lifr wlien he cat down wlhout being In cuntlnuus ruck of ipisery for at least one hour Sold by S 11 Stidham Son Juckson Ky Price 1 00 per bottle- QI3ORt1LTOWN I LEXINGTON TRACTION CO Oars lave Lexington for Parts every hour from On m to 7 p mamidatO p m Leave Paris every hour from 7- a m to 8 p m and at 10 p m Single rare 40 cents Lettvu Lnxlngton for Georgetown every hour from 7 u m to 111 m except 11 a m 1 p in 811 m and 1C p m eave Georgetown every hour from 6- a m to 10 p in except 10 a m 12 m and 7 and 9 p m Y ALEXANDER President RAILROAD TIMETABLESr Lexington E stern Ry AVIXTUIl illi TA1LE- ElMiOUVli OUTOIIEK 22 1000 PST BOUNDNo Noj Daily Dally lix Sunday UX Sunda AM Pit UJucksor 6111 27b 0 ft K Jutictioit 9 200L- hkmttimmv tU5 21 Oakditle 010 2 10- Atlinl 8CO 2 60- Tnllegn 7QI 84- St lIchens 710 810- lleattyvlllo Jun 720 326 Torrent 74 847 Natural Bridge 801 401 Slanton 828 180 Clay City 837 4UO- I A K Junction 010 508 Winchester 023 620 Lexington 1010 tt08 EAST BOUND 4Uallyn Sunday UXAunday- l A A At Iv Lexington 225 7IQ Winchester 810 8 26 I E Junction 322 887 Clay City 860 913 Stanton 100 023 Natural Bridge 485 B 64 Torrent 440 1008 lIellttyvllle Jun 611 1020 Si Helens 621 10JO- Tntlega 533 10 61 Alhut 641 1050 Oakdale 848 1100 Klkntnwn 001 1123 0 A K Juno 606 1126 Ar Jackson 010 IISO All trains dally except Sunday Train Nuns 3 anti 4 make connection nt RenUjvfll Junction with r A Itnilivay for local ntntlonn on L Jk A Railway and connpct at 0 i K Junc Iou fur local stttlona on the O K Railway Nuts 1 and 3 connect at L V E June thin with C A O for Ml Sterling J U 1JAUK GenMgV aliAs SCOTT O PA- Ne w Tourist Car Service Via The Iron Mountain Route Commencing Tuwdny Nov Slat and thereafter the Ural timid third Tucsdnp of each month wi will operate n through Tourist Car be tween St Louis nnd Mexico City via tho Iron Mountain Route plI1Forfur titer inforination ncldre a II C Townsend G P T 11 St Louis Mo A A Gallagher D P 1aU Walnut St Cinciu nnti O OLETNYA1wTARCures Crldsi Prevails Pneumonia SiKvlal IlinnrsetlurM llnttH via Southern Hallway Tnnunrv ndnnd1Glhand Fob ruarv Olh and 20th tho Southern Rail tvmi willsoil Ilomeseohers Tickpts to tho Wosluud Southwest nt low rates The Southern Railway is the only line opomtinjj through 111 Lexington to St JJtJlli- sIf you contemplnto a trip to nny point West or Southwest bo sure to call on or address us tcforo making your arrangements All communications receive prompt attention II C KinjrCTA J F Tx an T P A 111 Fns Main St Llx nltonKr 1JRstops th a O 82 K Railway UtTvctlvo May 21id ltC llounjUi 8TATIONS cf w zt fi AM IV rn IV IM AS IM All 710 ItfCCaniifl City I2MO 6SO MijI Si 140 IUinilon ls02 4 llG 1117 IM Vllhtr t Ilf5 101 3MDIOiEO 235 Jackiun 1116 sia AM All IM AR I M LV FU M Nua 1 and 22 will make clom con niottiin HI 0c K Junction wllh Noa 3 and 4 fur polut on the Lexington i Kntterti Itnllxvay MI OONLKY Runt Louisville Atlantic Ry Fclrt nil iiitIciIha I 1C06 VEsT hOUND AH PM Lv Jackson 0 26 2 G Iv HcRtljvillo Junction 10 30 S 30 Ar IIlattfvllleI I 48 Iv llcntlj villu 10 CO 4 30 5 PM- lv1rvimu 12 26 0 10 Ar lllchinond 1 307 10- JkM Iv Richmond 1 PG 1 00 4 Ar Mlcy View 2 Ol 6 SI Nlcliolmvllle 2 27 6 66 0 Vvrsnlllifs 8 20 7 BB t IoulavI 45EASTAW PNriv LouUvlllo 0 1U 8 so ar Vrroailles TlO 810 rr4 J 12Valley 0 Richmond 11 J5 II OB I PM AM- Lv lUulimond 11 SO 6 30 Irvine 12 25 7 90 PM Ar iltattyvlllts 2 tO g 06 Iv Uealtyvlllu 2 40 1 46 Ar iteintljihhie Junction 300 10 rn Jackinii 0 15 11 90 II It Smiili O VA I A Vrsalllrs Ky U A W ur b w A Richmond tL I New Orleans I Cuba i I reached jn comfort via QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE AND- SOUTHERN RY T THREE TRAINS A DAY ChUatfo Florida Special U Sails JiiMry Ilk 1tK Solid ullmaa Train IMT ejlOT W LKXlMOTOlf sOP M tlANVIIXB 1240AI rmaand Otarrrttlon Vtn lot Jutnj Pu AtWlUM VU OiU- meuuab4 AUanU I Florida Limited Trtlnt1OAtttXIHUTOIC OMA4 in0aMflaTTttlon aM liming car lor JAIOeVW KU unwind Wiftrriwrt iet New OrW m via chauaaous A tUoU kod DlnDlacbu- nQseea S Crtsctmt Special HolM tnti CtMtBiutl Lulndon SID yule 11 rew riT TU Clatunooca and UirmiB b ra alOO throuxh Iliumaa HrrJr to jMkionvlil TU AKTUM Mxl I Haniiub cad CTutMntn- oWtaift lour tickru SOW on aite al mlimd Rift For lalonoatioa applr Chat W zen p P A H C hag c P T A lnltitM ly W i callTT W C liSPAladI raI LCIATcU- rI fIHere We Are The Celeb- ratedHANANSHDE Tho nest on lUrth PRICE SOO PRICl For Sale By DAY BROE3 c0 I- JaoI SOI Ieltucly = IOdial iorida DYSPEPSIA CURE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATTh 100 bottl wntaln 3H ttmeith trial size which will for SO cents S IirAKIDONLY AT THI UROBATOIY OT I E C DaWITT COMPANY fTTtAVm yr4 Ask for 1905 Kodol Almanac nnd 200 Yew Calendar JACKSON DRUG GO 1