You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Breathitt County news: n. Friday, February 23, 1906. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1906 bre1906022301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Breathitt County news: n. Friday, February 23, 1906. Breathitt County news. J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1906 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. M Jib 1INv 1 r J WIBK UAOINB Editor alttiior1 I A NuwaiArxB DOT r10 ITRRKBTB OP EASTEIIM KENT DORYc I Qxic DOLLAR RKK YEAR itt AtTItOlt t I I Volume V Jackson nlY 23906 Number I8 1 IilH1nm ehi 4 FOR no of r4 I r is w VVaisfs 9 i A starStoiPL20PRU Furs 2t Slog if r nt of tf L Elegant and 4 a almost our stock kept in a aavo you and Furs 1 1 cCollege Avcnuc JACKSON KY Feathers and Quills1 i I We buy all kinds of lI929se Duckt Turkey and He and Quills the year round Pay cash on arrival charge no commission or drayage Send for our price list We will treat you right i UrJgWOR Station The P R Mitchell CO ClaclaaaU Ohio C3 The Busy Mans Line BETWEEN M Louisville Evansville St Louis Ij jand4t IS ITnmSTILL1 HENDKRSOSF S sit LOUIS RY I ir r1 it HENDERSON ROUTEtt PUILnAN SLEEPERS FREE REGAINING CHAIR CARS Round Ilomoseokera Kates to southwest and west 1000 r n Nowron Secondclasa Colonist hates to southwest Tickets on salo first and third Tuesdays of February and March 1000 l SecondClass Colonist taws to California and Northwest Tick cts on sale daily February 15th to April 7th 1000 ASK US FOR RATES t Jli GALLAG11EK L J IRWIN Traveling Passenger Agent General Cassengor Agent KmmCURE r 11M lutl4ra and IIladUali f WHAyre HendersonI i LEXINGTON KY rtoIi DEALER I- NGrainSeeds t Feed 7 Wheat Rye BuHny Oats and Ooni Glover nnmthy Millet KenluoUj j JJIuo Orasa Orchard Ors HuiiK rnn Hay Straw FUll Peed Is 4 1 y 1nmmmmmmmnfTlIlI 4 t LAWYER 1 40 i JACKSON KENTUCKY + f Will practice In BWatliitt and 1 bing flia O antles 5 r i iilUdW11WIWU111t1JWWUW11J1lIItIS J 4 If Chamh ins a h J Caracel 7croup n JvWhopeir Cough + ii Yt Jr J 16 P il 4 + Jrfj Ji f i tJf ti A r l 4 i BREATHITT 0O U4OFLurgestlGirculation ANY PAPER IN THIS SECTION fi t Kentucky i4WCbl Wanted Southwest VIAi Marchfirsthand CINCINNATI MAUKET CINCINNATI Feb 14 Hogs Good to choico packets and butchers 6 200 25 light ship hors 4 5035 25 Cattle Good to choice 4 255 25 common to hair 3 00400 Heifers Stock ors and feeders 2 504 50 Sheep Good to choice tit 005 15 common to fair art 004 50 Lambs Common to fair 4 2C 30 85 v Time JicHt Plijslc When you xvant n phyrlo that la upild and ntJetuy to take and cer + talh to net always use Chamberlains Stomach mid Liver Tablets Foe sale by Jnckion Drug Co j WISE IIAQINS ATTOUNEYArLAW Office over Post lce J cK80M KBUTOCKT ffTMl business intrusted to him will tecelve prompt and careful at tentlonC cRemedyCurti f F iJ tTlatt OT tame SoebeloJ Lincoln1 I llIjcA rAalllhfl Ceglslaluro Chocfso as Jfaritiiekyis Sato reran alive in lima Jfall at Washington4 1 V II rDy ti flftt I a r t AN JPOSING STATUE OF LlNC 1 Atpitlitnw L11aa bees dead ow forty years but ttil a Ararito b eet MtIi rtirl Iiet1Itor In till rot udn of the II teal bullki p- tIet Mrk n Mstunlls n flue statue or the runr6 ttidat by fappsow allptm Charle01I N1ehaus This structure wnW 11 Dte I look fHtiltitofr at the iNMCaloexposition The statue was cs M te ilFp jtolrt Me ofJ t a9aoctatf nay by wlilch body It was prescutcd wite iWlHWo Illa tcwNMlMclHr The date of Lincoln Wrth watheb 12 18iEfUaift l Aiull I ll lS05 0 HI sec M Alter ltlrosoil of has a reso lution1 in the Legislature to inako HS KcntwckVs representative in the lUllbf Kaiiio Henry w n l Wlttiii GOebcir MtAireiaarf4t lt personally unknown to the writer seems to be a man of I force anti ability which wcro the predominant characteristics of the late senator from 1Ke ton to whom the gentleman from Lincoln seeks to giVo eternal fame by linking his name with Clays could placing his statue among those of the great and good men who havo figured in tho history of our country Tho gen tleman from Lincoln proved his political acumen by announcing early for Judge Paynter for United States Senator and for Mr Lawrence for Speaker and by thes nets showed also his courage and willingness to stand tho hazard of the lie for being from the Eighth congressional district he more than any other man took his political fortunes cold life into the arena and had lie failed to make good nil thumbs would have pointed downward for him I have no quarrel with him In all this but hiajcourngoled mo quickly to tho conclusion that tho administration forces were behind it and it was dis piriting for it hat been demon strafed beyond nil question that the administration in Kentucky can do its own sweet will not only in tho primaries nnd cauccses of its own side but in elections before tho people of the State its well But the other day tho Governor Mr Beckhain in n talk before the Legislature gave expression at variance withImtttCr lithe resolu tion of Mr Alvenson It must bo admitted that rarely have we of tho hill country good opinion of any act of tho Governors orn good wanl for himbut ho went far toward allaying our animosity far toward it forever when ho nnnounccdas his choice for tho hull of Fame the names of Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis No complaint js made of those who speak for Jefferson Davis who was born in tho State educated at Transylvania and rose to tho head of the Confederacy While in my humble opinion lie made a great mistake along with Stevens Yancy Vigfall Toombs I Brcckinridgo and many other great men in leading the South into a I causeless and wicked rebellion he was yet a great and ngood daecribrdby ofIand polished men who over sat in tho Senate chamber and one pf that largo number in tho South of whom Lee Gordon and Jackson were exemplars Lot Mr Davis i ko in the 1al rF n At any rate he haS fsmet o are many others 110I dat and bloody ground been prolific in men who harmoth iriiinicn chit htve fame many who would tilla niche in any temple dedicated to the great and lofty spirits of the earth and Valhallas halls will lighten as our heroes enter in Nor are they confined to those who followed tho law and politics but are I found among all classes and vocations and many of them along the cool sequestered vale of lift have kept tho oven tenor of their way There is Boone who came through that beautiful gap in tho Cumberland mountains in Bell rusheof that great ScotchIrish people from North and Virginia surd Thcodoroitoosovelb says in his Winning of the West that if Boone had turned back at the killing of hissog vanr4hio WP the country west Of tllo Allegha nies would have been lost to us But Boono pushed on nail Kentucky was populated by a race of giants and aro yet the best and purest Americans Those who advocate Gen George Rogers Clark are not without much strong material for argument as to why the mantle should full on him Ho was a great warrior a Wolfe or n Paul Jones and his march from Kaskaskia to Vincennes is more thrilling than tho Retreat of the Ten Thousand Greeks andmuch more product for hq saved for us andrfrom Knglanq and thq savage that imperial country known as the NorthwestrJohn T Audubon who lived for yours near the present town of lleuderson studying the species and habits of birds becanio the worlds greatest ornithologist anti has fame all over tho globe Dr Kphrinm McDowell of Dan vine who first diagnosed andre moved the ovarian tumor by the operation known as ovaritomy and who did more to relievo that suffer ing of woman than any other man has fame in all the worLdwhich all the discoveries in medicine and disease seem not to overshadow Judge George Robertson Chief Justice whoso opinions are quoted and uphold in all thochanceirics of the world would easily and natur ally till any place intended to per petuate the greatness of tho State RUt her people Perhaps Henry Clayshould leave a place mipst people will think so Ho is by common consent the greatest of our senatorssurpass- ed only by Webster if at nilof all the great men who ever sat in that august body and ranks with Benton Sumner Seward Davis thorolIreJames Bernie Deck who came a ir d a1 n t Irlihad more and better a tireless capaci CotBrcekinridge soldierIoras a lawyer unsurpassed as an orator unequalled who goring to Congress lato in life went at once to the front curd became a leader and leaving Congress became quickly an editorial writer who took the Herald above tlio murky storms of partisan polities and made it an independent journal and begttiledus every day with something interesting and instruct ivcJuidwho if ho hadcome earlier to journalism of had lived longenfi would have nado on of tH6 henryIlayItontl ADanlGcorge rntHalstead rstJ1RndJrlIIk eroel o Richard Meni f art tho sculptor ShelbyJohn others who liars joined tho silent majority not forgetting Thomas EpiscopalChurch of the Baptist Church and many others Toro are others but this will suffice and all these Mr Alvcrson passes bnnci names as his choice TJegiiecl This really seems to me- a MMttstrous Nothing iKiFtfrf monstrous And to vote 1ir Giibela place over Abraham nand now you have my- iititlthe Governors 4 towny Mr Lincoln should ithosen one and the first reasonstlwticleIrorHo was not born in tho State but neither were Boone Clark Clay Beck or W C P Breckinridgo anti some of thin others This then is no argument against him And leaving out reference to his pri veto life of which know nothing upon wILnt entLs11L43atuer- est1 11 or what net or thing did ho do or what measure did ho bring forward or accomplish that entitles him to fame such as it intended to per petuate in thi9Hal 1 Ho founded no charities established no hospitals ho endowed neither school nor church helped no person along the rough way of life His claim to fame must stand or fall with his work and manipulations while in tho State Senate and as the author of tho law known as tho Gocbcl law With the aid ofsome competent lieutenants the strongest of whom were James N Kchoe Judge lIar gis and time Senator his brother Judge liedwine John E Cooper and some others nnd by the help of the police ho snatched victory from the jaws of acknowledged de feat lit Music Hall and entered on a canvass for Governor the election to be held under a law ho himself wrote and lead adoptedyconfosscd Jy unfair nn election officers and machinery in his own hands ho failed to be elected getting only 191331 votes while only one year Becklmm got 233052 or 40000 more votes than the man Mr Alverson proposes to canonize Taylor defeated him and hero is where the lute Senator tholastfair or a great man He instituted a contest before a partisan and unfair Legislature A contest pot founded in facts or morals nnd wouldmost likely have failed to win but for the fact that o murderous leurtcd or crazy Inanl or set of men masquerading as Republicans but in realty assassins took his life in a cold and coward ly way that can not be defended or excused by any decent scan But tho Tact that he was assassinated in n cold blooded and cruel way ought not alone to entitle him to a place in tho Hall of Fame If so thenthe other Suites need not offer anybody at all Kentucky alone can fill any hall of fame however lar e with men who have beets killed by horrible assassination and tho town of Jackson can fur nish three within the last four years all of whom were as good men likely as tho lato Senator and tayoof whom Marcum Cox wore more useful to their kind If men aro entitled to fame solely for the reason that they are assassinat ed because of their politics then surely Marcum is so entitled for he as certainly as Mr Goebel lost his life because of his politics Before Mr Goebel had been dead six months his law was repealed itsmoitiimportnntlfenturQs 1ory J it IX i jeunder it and more important yetfor7cC1SmgSome good andliyt4qrictl women somcRooilan hvpoeriti call of HMK State chief among themjlwng the two retiring Unit to s went to work toItoerect a monument to pot where he was so foully murdered and failing in this tho last Legislature appropriated twenty thousand 2000000 numenkandbut really that wilt bo a waste of time anti money for he erected to himself a monument more oridiir ing than any of marble or bronze that ewbecreated and whenthe statue to him erected by the good women of Hie State out of the granite from the hills about Frank ofinloverturn popular government shall have been pounded into im palpable dust by tho ceaseless and untiring hammer of Time there will yet remain to his memory a lasting testimonial among thd archives of the State in that unsirpartisan and nefarious election law j that bears his name nnd which was the most dangerous nnd un called for measure that ever sought to enslave a free people And hero let mo prophesy that in time fulness of time when men heightsuwherebefore their Maker free and in dependentfniLqndunpartisan people will wonder why that mon ument was ever erected in his hon peopledothe river it overlooks even as in fair Franco one hundred and fifteen years ago tho people tore down tho Bostilo prison and in its stead reared tho Vendome column of libertyWhy shouldany Kentuckian for a moment think of voting him a place in any hall of fame over Abraham Lincoln t1 euGreat Liberator and Patriot Born in this State in a logcabin with a dirt floor from which ho climbedon a ladder made of pegs stuck in the logs to a bed of leaves hrtbo loft by way of tho swamps and forests of Indiana and the prairies of Illinois to the American Presidency tho highest earthly position open to men and from this exalted station to everlasting and eternal fame in that land pee pled by the spirits of just men made perfect Take his debates with Douglas speechMrother places in 1899 Take his Emancipation Proclamation and compare it with Mr Goebels elect ion law read his inaugural address es and compare them with the speech mado by tho lato from the stops of time Capital Hotel on the morning after tho election read the Gettysburg speech of Mr Lincoln and compare it with anything Mr Goebel over wrote or said and how small and weak the latter will look Those who hadcharge of tho services at that dedication brought Wendell Phil lips one of time most polished ora tors of all time to mako tho ora tion of tho day and after he had spoken for three hours Mr Lincoln spoke for two minutes and when after the services the Pres dent compiimented tho great Phil lips pn his splendid speech the latter sorrowfully and huthfull said Ah Mr President men will not long remember mo or my address but they will read and re member what you said hero until tho endof time How prophetic and truthful t Lookat the letter written to Mrs Bixby of Boston on seeing a statement in time newspaper on file in the archives of time War De partment that she had lost five sons in the cause of the Unipn This letter has boon written in letters of and Jiangs in tho University of Oxford England as ono of tho most beautiful and perfect exam ples of pure English mimjling as it does sympathy patriot ism hopollId consolation all hirmoniously and beautifully together IUV7 Swritten voluntarily and solely out of his great hearts goodnessDear MadarpI have been shown in the tiles of the War De partment a statement tout you are the mothor of five sons who died gloriously on the field of battle I feel how weak and fruitless must i be any words of mine which should attempt to beguile you from the grief for a loss so overwhelming lint I can not refrain from tonder ing to you the consolation that may be found in tho thanks of the Ue ub1ic they died to save I HeavenlyFathorhplly 4 n- V p + dlr- f your bcrcarMRtapd leave S f you only th ra rapry of fI the loved and lost and solemn = i havelaidtar of freedom Yours very sincerely andre spcctfully AniiAiiAM LINCOLN Not since the man of Gallilco stopped at rt cottage in tho little village of Bethany in the long ago and wept with Mary and Martha spokenI acquainted with anything so mournfully eloquent Sometimes acrosfhQtoimaginephysical form and the attributes of mankind plow beneficentandiHow glorious time institutions and the history of our common country I I imagine her seated upon one of theso lulls and sing be fore her each to rceCloher plaud its of approbation or her rownof disapproval all those who claim to have done something toward hastening the of man in a federatioof tho world I see approrching two figures that interest mcOne is that of Wit liam Goebel the other that of Abraham Lincoln The first comes halting and ashamed bringing in Isis hand that election law and claiming thereby a place in the Hall of Fame I listen and hear from our country words like I these Stand down WilliamfGoebell Go take our 1TamerlnncsKoinanolTs the Pizdrfod and the t 1Vy hers and all those who have en slaved and slaughtered the ICOAplo of time earth and hindered rather than helped the world toiwjrd something bettor And I see the selfish and tyrannical spirit of the late Senator from Kenton turn pale and shrink and shrivel and perish away like the heroine in Rider Haggards novel of She And now tho great gi gantic figure of Abraham Lincoln approaches He too carries in his hand a roll of parchment and when iris unrolled it proves to be the Emancipation Proclamation anti hisJneo homely and large lightS I up with the glow of that other iq Jyorlcrand Jig Jjis 2Ptry 1 ome up AbraiiarnlEinr coin thou largo souled and largo hearted liberator pass on to thy reward among the noblest and best of all mankind to eternal fame and honor for thy place is secure as tho greatest man who ever walked the Western Hemisphere It will make no difference what tho Lcgislauro docs Mr Lincoln hay fame and in the language of Edwin M Stanton as the great emancipator breathed his last Ho belongs to the ages now JtPTZl E VELiCRrI LEXINGTON iI SELLs jT DIrtMONDS Yy WtTC11I CLOCKS A JEWEIIRYI Silverware J p- curOLASS a IV A GOOD I1OUSG To Deal With TRY MIDI FOR Anytlilug In the JEWELEUS LINE 41t tr r I rp Iwryr 7A irot ds II t c1o cl t l rtThe Breathitt News SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE 2 I WISE HAGINS EDITOR FRIDAY F 1n2 S ES5 1M DR o H SWANQO fmPJ1YS1 m c1PN PN stlR EaN PFII1OURSS A M r01 P fl- x II IN MAROL9 BUILDINO t1 JACKSON KENTUCKY rn erasaaaeat ra a S A H PATTON ATTORNEY AT LAW OFFICE IN CRAWFORD BLDO JACKSON KY The people of the United States are very interested in Theo dore Roosevelt They want to find a place for him at the expiration of his present term Many believe t in a third term as President some want him to be a Senator while others advocate T placing him at the head of one of our large universities while it seems to be true as a rule tha exPreaideuts sink from the pub lie eye yet we believe that Teddy needs no assistance from anyone to find a place His strenousness is too great and in our opinion be is not at all worried about what to do after his term expires The new Revenue and Taxation bill before the Legislature is one which ought to be read byall property owners One feature which we especially condemn is the taxing of stocks held byciti Zeus of Kentucky whichrepresents property in states This appears to us to be double taxation und worst of alla restraint on those who wish to reside in our State who hold large interests in other States Eastern Kentucky is progressing Development is at necessarily people who are fatnilliar with twining Innd oil producing must come here 1 but will such bills as the one men I t tloned encouragethe people hold i ing interests to come into our State We think not We jvant to encourage the people who c have wealth no matter where the holdings are to come here and wo that when hero we cant show them the advantage of invest ing all their money in Kentucky lint we must get them here in or der to show them the advantage tior investingand if the Legislature insists on putting such restrictors or penalties on their holdings we can not induce them to come We hope the Legislature willchange the bill tc t Indiana and 1002 S 5 Co = vIt was an nglfe and a thing ilo and tho man who did It was might ily The cheering bothered Ian however for lie was trying to mnko them understand below what f would happen to tho engine company Ill ewe tho water was not sent through the lines directly and what he said should bo done to the engineers Includ cd things that would have blanched the chuck of the most inventive Spanish In qulsltor that ever lived t Miss Betty made a as If a person within whispering distance Your coat Js on fire she said in an h ordinary conversational tone without knowing she had spoken nloud and Mr Vanrevel more than a hundred feet away seemed particularly con ndoui of the pertinence of her remark Ho removed the garment with alacrity and for Urn lack of the tnrdy water began to use It as a flail upon the fire brands and little flames about him tho sheer desperate best of A man lu a rage doing what he could when others erywhere from the roof and tho walls below and growing denser and denser shrouded him heavy veils go that as t ran hither and thither pow visible now unseen stamping nnd beating and sweeping away tho brands that fell he f flcrmed but the red and ghostly carica ture of a Xerxes Ineffectually lashing tho sea They were calling to him plorinsly to come down In heavens name to comedown Tho eecond man had followed to the top of the ladder against the wall and there paused waiting to pass up tho line of hose when the word should como because was afraid to trustj I the grappling ladder Hi was afraid exceedingly afraid though that was Lot why bo wilUd and ko was still chuc lU oveeoaisaul of thexYt 1 v- id i NOTICE All persons in account with mo will please rill and settle at once ns I am needing money to pay for stock All accounts not settled by March 1st will bo placed in tho ha oJan olliccr for collection 181 D13 UOnI SON 15000 for Iocs institute By an unsuccessful attelnptyof- heirs to break tho will t to Mrs S P Lees oC New York City Central UriiversityDanvillor- eceived a few days BRO a check for 40000 as on unconditional be quest Fifteen thousand will RO to S P Lees Institute at Jackson and 25000 to the University at Danville By the same will sev orAl charitable instifutions and Southern Presbyterianchurches throughout the South are largely benefited Mt Sterling Market Brisk Last Monday was the largest county court day in Mt Sterling for months and there were at least 5000 people n attendance Business was brisk and the cattle mar ket largo There were 2500 cattle on the market and prices were good 1000 Hi steers soldnt 375 to 4 j light weight 325 to 3r50j yearlings 350 to 4 heif ers 3 to 350 cows 250 to 325 canners 125 to 150 There were more mules on the narket than ever seen before possibly four to five hundred head The market was brisk and high 16hand mules brought 170 to 310 each 151 hand mules 150 to 175 15hand mules 125 to 140 smaller mules from 90 to 110 heavy pairs sold from 450 to 500 The wedding of Miss Alice Roosevelt daughter of the Presi ident to lion Nicholas Long worth which took place at the White House last Saturday was one in which everybody in the United States was interested and of course the peoplo of Jackso- were no exception The list of presents was perhaps tho most interesting party and that our Presi dents daughter was popular with the foreign powers was shown b tho generosity of the wedding sifts Some of the presents such as the gold rifle nnd silver ship did not appear to us as very use ful articles but we were glad to know that the brido was so much admired by the donors Mi Roosevelt was the twelfth bride o the White House and for splendor and wealth probably outshono al the others Wo are waiting patiently to read of the wedding of King Alfonso XIII an in what respec it will compare or outshine that o the daughter of our President County clerk S H Hurst came to town Monday to attend circuit court The Two VanrevelsS By BOOTH TARKINGTONA- uthor of The Gentleman From Monsieur Bciuealrc tolCopyright by McClure daring to applauded gesture to telllalit ho 1m he repairedbutho himself- to f He tumnt himself out Into the air I TUT llunUomiHa Sol mucETlie ndIvantage of that of the chief Ills redI shirt might have been set with orange Jewels so studded It wits with tho fly- Ing sparks and a large brand drop blshandThe great light fell upon his fair hair and smiling face and It was then that Miss Betty recognized tho Incroyable of her gardenbCCRAPTERwas an Investigating negro ITchild of tender years who possessed of a potty sense of cause and elect brought ai upoittheqlultitudlnoI1 a nRItatl eeted hisdot L Lexington Banking Trust Company Savings Department Pays 3 per cent on Time Deposits Safety Vault Boxes for Rent A TRUSTYBUSINESS Acts as Administrator and Executor Serves as Guardian and Truste n BuSs and Sells Stocks and Bonds TTpJFfP Accounts bf Eastern and CentralV 71 Kentucky Banks Solicited INTEREST PAID ON BALANCES CAPITAL STOCK 60000000e STOCKHOLDERS LIABILITIES t 60000000 ABSOLUTE PROTECTION TO PATRONS 120000000p LOANS MADE ON REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL SEC UIIITII S SECURITY PRO VIDED ON OFFICIAL BOND OUR FACILITIIS ARE AMPLE FOR THE EFFICIENT TRANSACTION OF ALL BUSINESS HANDLED BY CONSERVATIVE TRUST COM PANIES CORNER SHORT AND MARKET STREETS I LEXINGTON I v IvY covcty tESFlhe engineers had forgot ten to connect their pipes with the river This noire omission was fatal to tho second warehouse The wan burst Int i flame below Cratley Gray who clung stifledn ered him yet etlll clutching the nozzle of the hose line they had Phased to him When the stream at lastleaped forth making the nozzle fight In his grasp he sent It straight up lute the air and- y let tho cataract tall back upon himself and upon the two men beneath him on the ladder There came a moment of blessed re lief and ho looked out over the broad rosy blur of faces In the street where no one wondered more than ho how tho water was to reach the roof Suddenly he Htartcd wlped his eyes with his wet sleevo and peered Intently down from rovingfrest upon a tall white figure that stood 1full length above tho heads of the pea upon a pedestal wrought with the grotesque Images of boys a girls fig ure still as noon enrapt like the statue of some young goddess tat whom wero GrayfA blackened and unrecognizable face peered down from the eaves and the voice belonging to It said angrily Why didnt they 1Iend up that line before they put the water through ItV Never mind Tom answered Oral ley cheerfully Ill bring It up You cant Ill como down for It Dont be every kind of a fool You want a monopoly do you And Crolley calling to Tapplngham Marsh next below him to como high er left the writhing nozzle In the tat ters possession swung himself out upon the grappling ladder Imitating tho chiefs gymnastics and Immediately one hand grasping tho second rung ono knee crooked over the lowest leaned head down and took tho nozzle from Marab It was a heavy weight and though Marsh supported the lino bo neath It the great stream hurtling forth made It a difficult thing to man age for It wriggled recoiled and strug gled as If It bad been alive Cralley made three attempts to druw himself up but the strain was too much for his grip and on the third attempt his flu gems melted from the rung and he swung down fearfully hanging by his knee but still clinging to the nozzle Give It up Cralley It Isnt worth It Vanrevel called from overhead not daring the weight of both on tho light gripping ladder But though Cralley cared no more for the saving of Robert Corewes property than for a butterflys wing in China he could not give up now any more than as a lad he could have forborne to turn somersaults when the prettiest little girl looked out of the echoolhouso win dow lie passed the nozzle to Tapping barn caught the second rung with his left hand and once more dangling head downward seized the nozzle then with hit knee hooked tight an the gushing water described a huge semi circle upon the smoke and hot vapor ho made n mad lurch through tho air while women shrieked but he landed upright half sitting on the lowest rungI le climbed the grappling ladder svlft y In spite of the weight and contor tions of the unmanageable Mast ho car with him Tom leaned tar down took It from him and Cralley pass Ing the cared tell exhausted upon tire roof Just OB ho reached this tempo rary security n lady was borne faint lug out of the acclaiming crowd Fonrchon was there Word had been passed to the gentlemen of the engine company to shut oft water In order to allow the line toe carried up tho ladder and theyroI the command at the moment lifted the nozzle so that the stream dried up In his hands This was the lot straw and the blackenedIsinged and scarred chief trumpet to his lips gave himself entto wrath It struck Cralley even as he lay g Jfand wf2Ing with smokethat I i tfiefb was something splendid and large lu the others rage Vanrcvel was or dinarily tlO4Jtlaltyand cool that this was worth swing this berserker ges wonderfuloprofanity like Washingtons one fit of cursing and Cralley knowing Tom knew too that It had not come upon him because Ciirewe had a daughter Into whose eyes Tom had looked nor did lie rage because ho believed that Cralloys life and his were In the greater hazard for the lack of every drop of water that shpuld have Issued from the empty nozzle Their lungs were burdened with smoke while tho Intolerable smarting of throat eyes and nostrils was like the incision of a thousand needles In tho membranes Their clothes were luminous with glowing circles where the sparks were eating The blaze widened on the wall beneath them nnd Marsh was shouting hoarsely that he could no longer hold his position on the ladder yet Cralley knew that none of this was In Toms mind an ho stood ncorcbcd blistered and haggard on tho lodge of tho roof shaking his fist at tho world It was because bis chance of saving the property of a man ho de spised was being oudaugcred Cralley stretched forth a hand and touched his friends knee Your side of the conversation Is a trifle loud Tom he said Miss Carewo Is down there across the street on a pile of boxesTom stopped In tho middle of a word for which ho may have received but half a black stroke from the recording angel He wheeled toward the street and shielding iris Inflamed eyes with his hand gated downward in A strick en silence From that moment Mr Vanrevd4 Instructions to his followers wore ofjn 4etprum at which not the meekest Sunday school scholar dare have caviled The three tacn now on the long lad der Marsh Eugene Madrlllon and Will Curauiings found their position untenable for the flames resetting all along tho wall were licking at the ladder It self between Marsh and Kugcuo I rant stand this any longer gasped Tapplngham but I cant leave those two up there either Sot nlono8houted Cummings from beneath Mudrlllon Lots go UVI Thus It happened that when tho WA ter came again and Vanrevel let it fall In n grateful cascade upon Cralley and himself three manly voices wero heard singing as three men tolledthrough the billows of rosy gray below the be leaguered pair Oh the noble puke of York Ho had ten thousand meal lIe marched them tin tho aide of a house And marched them down again A head appeared above the eaves and Marsh then Eugene then Cummings came crawling over the cornice In turn to join their comrades They were n gallant band those young gen tlemcii of Itoucji and they came with the Ironical song on their lips and look lug at one another ragged and scar fled burst into hoarse but indom blo laughter Two others made nn attempt to fellow and would not bo restrained It was noticed that parts of the lower ladder had been charring and tho lad men were preparing to remove It to a less dangerous point when old General Trumble and young Jefferson Bareaud made nrush to mount It and wero well upop their upward way before the ladder wv zned nt the mid rile sagged splintered and broke Trnmblo and Bareaud falling with It there was e grappling ladder dangling forty feet above the groundnut there were the five upon the root The department had no other ladder of more than half the length of thee shattered one Not only the depart mentbut every soul In Iloueii knew that and there rpse tho thick loW sigh Of a multitude a sound frightful to It became a groan then swelled nto a deep cry of alarm and lamenta And now almost simultaneously tho west wall of the building nnd the south Y If 1 rp+re A = wall nna an tne soHromwrcrn pomona of the root covered themselves with voluminous mantles of flame which In creased so hugely and with such Say ago rapidity that the one etreitui e tin roof was seen to bo but a ridiculous and useless opposition Everybody began to shout advice to his neighbor and nobody listened even to himself The firemen were In IUI great a turmoil as was the crowd YOUUIImnkupon tho bruised and shaking TrurabU and Jefferson Bnrcnud who could only stand remorseful Impotently groaning and made no answer warehouseono after the other a sacrifice pyre with Its purpoxc consummated and In the seeth and flare of Its passing Tom Vaurevc again shaded his eyes with his hand and looked down across the upturned faces The pedestal with the grotesque carvings was still there but tllsnpparedthe herhemman within reach only to discover tho Impossibility of making herself under stood In that babel she was struggling to make her way toward the second warehouse through the swaying Jam of people It was a difficult task as the farther In she managed to go the denser became the press and tho more tightly she found the people wedged until she received Involuntary aid from the firemen In turning their second stream to play Ineffectually upon the ldentallydeseparated wildly leaving a big gap of which Miss Bett took Instant advantage She darted across and tho next moment unnoticed lied entered the building through the door which Crnllcy Gray bad opened The five young men tm the root wcru wen aware that there was little to do but to wait and soon they would see which was to win they or the fire so they shifted their line of hose to the eastern front of the building out c f harms way for a time nt least and held the muzzle steady watching Its work And in truth It was not long be fore they understood which would con quer Tho southern and western lion tons of the bulldlnghad flung out great flames that fluttered and tiered ou the breeze like titanic flags and steadily slowly at first then faster as tho sec onds Hew tile five were driven back ward up the low slope of the roof toward tho gable ridge Tom Ynnrevcl held the first Joint of the nozzle and ho retreated with a sulky face lifting his foot grudgingly at each step They were all silent now and no one spoke until Will Cummlngs faltered Surely theyll get a rope up to us some way Will knew as well as did the others that there was no wny but his speech struck the sullen heart of the chief with remorse He turned I hope youll all forgive me for getting you up hero A sound half sob half giggle came from tho parched lips of Eugene Ma drlllou as he patted Tom on the shoulder without speaking and Cralley not tied quietly then loft tho group and wont to tune on stem edge of the roof and looked out upon tho crowd Cum mings dropped the flue and sat down burying his hot face In his arms for they all saw that mirevel was no use but a questlonof a t ItII minutes and they would retrent across the gable and either Jump or go down with the root fro M COJ f Iencock Pedlberi 111tuckinteresting It is found in Palgraves work on central and east Arabia where the traveler says that according to Mohammedan tradition the peHcock opened the wicket of paradise to admit tho devil and received a very amplo share of the devils own punishment M DAY BROS 1- rCOMPANY l ==Wholesale and Retail have the most complete stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE Ever brought to j ackson Consisting of J q Mtfi r- A l h- s4g ggYUg Jif7pw V6fionr t fi e iUUqt i I J1titst 4 a J QS We have the finest line of shoes Ill East ern Kentucky Our l mens shoes are ofj v the latest stylo k For the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy THE LATEST DESIGNS IN MILLINERYThis mans agement ofMiss Margaret Basket who can show you The Latestrdirect from New York City A1S0i GOODSIn i MarketsIf or FURNITUREWe for l we have it by car loads to suit every body T Come and see us our 5 iU FlNtlfKlfllHNl1HIIIH11H1NHMl111111RIt ItIHHtIIbIIItHIHH11lIIIIfMfiitllMMlit Righta111111 JJ u u D A y BROS t v COMPANY Jackson 1KelJ1 UCkyi t I 1 I The Breathitt News Published Every Frlclny CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI A YEARI J WISE HAG INS EDITOR IOCI and Personal IMrs II II Gibson wenttoLex 1 ington Wednesday J B Little of Winchester was hero luring the week C F Combs of Campion was hero Monday attending court A S Spencer of Filiuoro was here Wednesday attending court H T Pence of Lnne was here Monday to bid on the sale of some land II A Hurst is still confined to ihi9 homo with n severe attack of I rheumatism Harrison Strong has moved into the house recently vacated by J D Moore on the Heights i U G Brown went to Perry county last week to look after Iris logging and timber interest there 10 Munsoy representing the Kentucky River Coal Company was in town the early part of the 4Yweek Mondayylargeit crowds seen hero for a long time ir F L Whilakcr of Huntington W Va president of the Conti 3 s nental Realty Co was in town i Tuesday Mr M C Bailey of tho east 0end of town has been quite ill for several days and is in prccariour condition til this time r fi Judge Hcdwino and Attorney O H Pollartl returned from Beatty villo Saturday where they had been attending circuit court Berry Flinchum who was con evicted of tho murder of Lowis Mays in Leo county was taken 1totho penitentiary Thursday l S II Hurst became the pur r chaser of the Marcum land on Howards Creek which was sold on last Monday at tho price of 0800 t Tho Baptist church at Bough Camp has been moved to tho school hotiMoTattlio mouth of the Short Fork of Balls Fork in Perry county Jot Head cashier of the Jack son Deposit Bank returned from Chatanooga Saturday whero hoI had been looking after his interests in that town Sunday service at tho Baptist church at 11 11 m anti 7 p m Morning subject Fellowship evening subject Tile Pleagucs of Egypt Rev WIfSelzcrpastor Mr and Mrs W W Howe of Cynthiana who have been visiting Capt and Mra F W Fletcher returned home Wednesday rrsI Fletcher accompanied them to Lexington IL S Noblo and M C Neace of Nedwere in town Monday to make arrangements to build the i railroad from Jackson to Hazard provided tho railroad company docs not begin the work on or bet ioroMarch1st Mrs Kato Bohnanon visited her parents at Stanton over Sunday Mrs Bohanon is a candi date for the CourierJournals trip to Europe contest and is t among the leaders in her district We hopo Miss Kato will land tho trip The rain of Wednesday promised a tide and tho timber men were jubilant but it was not as hoftVy as indications seemed to warrant JoJwD Turner who wits con vioted at Beatty villo about a year ago for tho murder of Robert Allen in this county and sentenced to tho penitentiary for twentyone years was taken to tho peniten tiary last week his sentence liar ing been aflirmcd by tho Court of Appeals His trial was removed to Leo county on a change of venue Tho advertisement of tho Lex ington Banking Trust Company appears in our columns this week This is tho largest institution of tho kind in tho State They solicit the business of this section and are abundantly able to handle whatcyer business that may bo in trusted to them DenT Head ono of tho organizers of our bank isla town Jf r lilt h f 1 i- S Hargis EtAlAre Something Doing By Grands Jury Indictments have been returned against James llarjiis and Ed Callahan for complicity in the murder of J B Mnrcurn and against B F French Joliet Smith and John Abner for being acres series before tho fact to the mur dcr of 113 Afarcum Jacob Noble Jcre Noble Green Noble and John Davidson have been indicted for the murder of Grant Holliday About 90 indictments have been made by the grand jury for various offenses to date and the jury will be held over till next week Win Strong contractor for the Perry County Telephone Co commenced to construct a lino from Hazard to Jackson last Monday The fire at the refuse bank of the South Jackson mine is causing n great deal of annoyance to the coal company Capt A S Henry is working hard to extinguish it and has laid troughing to catch all the water from tho side of the hill in case of rain The streets of Jackson have been very free from mud since tho new streets have been made The town ought to snake arrangements with the merchants to have tho side walks put to a grade nnd safer ones laid When this is done Jackson will compare with any town in Eastern Kentucky Elijah Howard was shot and killed near his home on Mill creek about ten miles from here Tuesday by Henry Turner his son inlaw The trouble came up over a trivial matter Turner gave himself up to the authorities and is now await ing the uctign of the Grand Jury He claims self defense In a dilhculty between William Pence and John Ponce on Pence branch in Wolfe county ono day last week William lenco was badly hurt by John snatching from him his crutch and boating him over the lend and shoulders William Pence is a cripple nndR weakly man anti n minister of the gospel John nnd Bruce Pence were promptly arrested and deliv erect to T C Holion a justice of the peace but have not had their examining trial The difliculty is said to have been started by Bruco Pence n brother of John attempting to drive over William Pence in tho public road NOTICE Wo arc selling all our winter goods at very low prices preparing to make room for our now spring stockwhich will bo coming in in a few weeks So como in during court and take advantage of our great bargains FlRKSTKIN EOSTKU JOlt SALE Tho lot on which my homo and storo house were burned together with tho following improvements Ono bet well of pure freshwater cost 75 barn cost 150 hen house and calf house combined cost 50 closet cost 32 Tho nicest nnd most desirable location in Jackson Price reasonable IlKNitr B NOIILB Revival Meeting DKAU FUIBND- Wo tho pastor aud officers of the Presbyterian church will hold a series of revival and evangelist services in the church beginning Sunday March tho 4th We have engaged tho Rev Sanford M Lo ran of Wilmoro one of the most spiritually minded ministers in- the State to preach for ua also Prof J V Logan Jr of Louis villo one of the sweetest singers to load the singing Wo hare two objects in view in these meet ings First to revive professing Uhristaius and second to ring tho unsaved to CUrial We need and earnestly jigkybu to in this work Wll not attend for aukI takovpart in every service pos ib e1 May the Cod of all richly and bring you andyoura to n saving knowledge of llluiself W W POWELL Pastor W n Combs JII Newland OB Dickson Elders 0 A Myers B A IluritJ QMcLin Deacons rd j d y W n 31addox Suicides W D Maddox who was formerly with the Kentucky Lumber Veneer Co nt Robbins committed suicide in his room at the Phoenix Hotel in Lexington Thursday by shooting himself in the head No cause is known for the act as he left no letter of ox planation Miss Strong Declines to Play FIXOASTIK Kx2ai 190C EDITOU NYjws Miss Florence N Strong who was solicited several days ago to play in tho amateur performance A Night in Bohemia which is to bo givonin Lexington February 20 and 27 declines to play Miss Strong hits aA wide reputa Ilion as being an excellent reciter W M N Marriage Licenses Tho following marriage licenses have been issued during tho past weekM M Duff of Clay Hole anti Miss Tabitha Fugate of Ned Alex Morris and Miss Mirand Denton both of Roosevelt John Miller of Torrent and Mrs Mary Miller of Clay Hole Evan Short and Mrs Bcllo White both ol Elkatnwa Tecumseh Mann and Miss Polly Hogston both of Rouses Alex Deaton of Athol and Miss Nannie Trent both of Oak dale Elbert Sparks of Filmore and Miss Lizzie Morris of Oak dale Tho County School Bill A bill has passed the lower house of the L islatureabolishinr tho office of school trustee and creating in their stead four com missioners who with tho county superintendent shall control the public schools of tEe county The act directs tho county judge county attorney and county superin tendent to lay off tho county into four districts and that a commissioner shall bo elected for each ono of them by tho votes of tho entire county at tho November election 1907 The bill was en dorsed by tho Stnto Superintendent and many of the prominent edu caters of the State s CIRCUIT COUUT Circuit Court convened Monday with Judge Ittddcll on the bench and Commonwealths Attorney Ad ams present There was the largest and most orderly court day crowd over seen inJacksonThe gentlemen com pose the juries Grand JuryiVm Russell Jr Wesley Turner Jr Henry C Calhoun Alfred Allen S J Pent berton Solomon Noblo Jr liar rison Allen T E Calhoun L C Strong John M Smith I B Combs and S E Taulbce Alfred Allen was appointed foreman Petit Jury No1 = Linville Mann Emery Noble Clay Griffith Harrison Strong II S Chapman A L Hagins Todd Fox Dudley Howard Clay Dunn Isaac Short J H Blake and Robert Davidson Petit Jury No21rm Hays Benjamin Clemons W J Whlttu ker Mho Land rum Ed Davis Bud Henslcy John Davidson Sr Join McIntosh John Moore George Miller W W Caudill and Roger Little The first three days were taken jp in tho trial of misdemeanor cases The first felony case enter ed into was that of tho Commonwealth of Kentucky vs James Patton charged with tho murder of Galen Mann Whichwus begun Thursday morning Tho visiting attorneys are Hugh Kiddoll of Irvine Judge T It Ulakey Judge G W Gourloy and f P Adams of Bcatyvillc John Tester of Campion L T Hurst of Boxer Considerable business hits been disposed of and there lifts been less continuances than usual James Patton was convicted and sentenced to two years in the pe- nCORRESPONDRNCE KOHUINS 1 J It Mason is wanting men to make ties J W Witt was in Jackson on business Monday Carroll Caudill has moved back to Hunting Creek Shady Marshall caught five ground hogs last Friday Pete Carpenter recently sold a woyearold mule for 100 Bcttio Noblo Baker died at her hoIto on Quicksand last Monday Henry Back bias been hauling S lot of tics to the forks of hunting Creek He is now ready for the tide Old Aunt Susana Gillum of Bays is very low nnd there is no hope for her recovery She is the oldest person in that vicinity Tho K L V Co is hustling ut present Since they have re built tho fallen bridge it seems ns if now business 1md opened up NiP Mrs pariah Combs wife of John II Combs tins been very ill for the past week but is now slowly recovering Edward P Turner is prepar ing to build himdwelling house as tho railroad company has his present one on CO days notice John II Combs Edward P Turner and G B Combs made a business trip to Jackson tho 13th inst and began a business with the Jackson Deposit Bank The house recently occupied by tho widow of Jamcs W Noblo was destroyed by firo oVtho 10th inst Thought to have occurred from incendiary origin- Everything seems to be working for the betterment of conditions in this vicinity Let all be looking forward with a fond hope for tho good that can and should be done for the next four years COPT 1HIAXGII J Robert Terry is on the sick list Tho postoflico at this place has been discontinued Henry Shouse hid moved from Meadow Crcok to sIMfe Mrs Minerva Jett was visiting her parents at Turkey Sunday Born to Mr and Mrs Charlie Bryant on Sunday n 10lb boy rK Terry and Elijah Johnson are attending college at Berea Robert and Dalio Amburgy of Athol arc visiting their sisters in Wolfe county j It S Bryant of vOakdale was visiting his uncle George Bryant at Athol Sunday Tames Bryant of Jctts Creek and Miss Martha Amburgy were married recently James Spivoy of Oakdale is building n dwelling house near Chenowee and will probably move to it when finished J D Moore and wife formerly of Jackson were here and in Ows ley county last week visiting relatives They loft last Friday for Lexington whero Mr Moore will enter a school to study telegraphy WAlt CHEEK Rev D V Osburn and Lewis Gross and wife visited William Gross at Athol last week to see Uncle Henry Gross Services were licit at tho War Creek school house Sunday by Edward Boggs and Duvall Osburn Wo had an interesting meeting and we trust that tIme people of this community wilMukQ more in terest than ever We ttero much delighted to see the young boys in iittendanco so civil We dont want to rebuke thoyoung ladies but we know they c uld be much quieter especially at church TllOUBLliSOME Born to Jack Combs and wife a girl tf tf John Smith who is employed by the Slemp Coal Co4 is engaged in leasing out land ii Ben and Jeff Eagle of Dwarf were the guests of John Smith Saturday and Sunday Amy Smith is contemplating going to Hazard next Sunday to attend tho Baptist Institute for a while Mints Holiday the daughter of G B Holiday went to Hazard lust Sunday to attend the Baptist Institute A new postoflice has been established at tho mouth of Pigeon Roost two miles above hero The writer is unable at this good mo nent to give tho name K L Combs being post master f r G P Combs tho county super ntendent was in this pert a few lays ago planning some new school districts Ho says to do so ho has to abolish the Pigeon Roost district No 43 The writer thinks it unnecessary to do that as the people of that vicinity have two stores and a good school house well located f 1 fr Jo I t 41 y NOTICE All persons owing J M Osborn are hereby notified to pay their accounts to tho undersigned trustee without delay or further notice undaU persons having claims ninst are no properlyprotonfor J M Osborn 5J1EFIFFBy Sf1le Execution No 1C75 in favor oU W CardwoH Muster Commissioner vs W 11 Day and James Hargis I or one of my deputies will on MONDAY FEll 20 on between the hours of 12 oclock m anti 2 oclock p m at the Courthouse door in the town of Jack son Breathitt county Ky expose to public sale to the highest bidder the following property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy tho amount of the plaintiffs debt interest and Costs dijisionmost northerly corner of A II Hargis residence lot thence running N 1 E 401i feet to a set stone on top of river bank thence same course down to the river thence up the river to time line of S S Taulbccs livery stable lot thence with the lower lino of said lot and the lower lino of tho John Strong lot to James Hargis residence lot thence with the low er line of same and with A II llargis lino to the beginning levied upon as the property of James llargis Terms Sale will be made on a credit of three months bond with approved security required bearing interest nt tho rate of six percent per annum from day of nnd having the force and effect of n replevin bond This 7th day of February 1900 Balance debt and interest 2327 advertising 800 Total 3127 BllKCK CllAWFOKD S n C szs sz5zszsz5z s WATCHES m rn CLOCKS m SILVERWARE SILVER NOVELTIES CUT GLASS I and UMBRELLAS all kinds of FIRST vjpssEuecRY mS D FLEENOH rn t JEWELER AND OPTICIAN m rnlscNotice to Claimants On January 5th 1900 for vio lations of internal revenue laws I seized on the distillery premises of distillery No 00 of Elihu whiskytwocopper still cap II fermontors apparatusAny any or all of this property are reo aired to appear the no- orsigned within 30 days from February 9th and make to same if not the property will be advortisotlundsold under Section No 8400 It S U S t= J L McCOY Deputy Collector 8th Dist FOR SALE One house and lot with about two acres of ground within one half mile of the court house Also uino twelfths interest in the John Robertson farm which is situated about 1A miles above Jackson Anyone wanting bar gain will do well to call on D G ROBINSON lOtf Jackson Ky Stove wood cut in any quantity for salo at my house opposite M S Grains store at 160por load at the house or will deliver for 2 per load WMGAUIES t N I I a 1 III TF = 7 aro i H A GOOD PLACL1 1 TO BUY DRUGS oP == tP A good place to buy Drugs Is whore accuracy and wrcxperiencoprovail BEHAVE HAD THE EX we not tolerate a mistake proa1 here No ono in this store is allowed to handle a oW prescription who is not thoroughly competent W 1PUItg DRUGS AND CHEMICALS R are the only kind wo use here in compoundingw prescriptions W RELIABLE RUBBER GOODS f vt Shoulder Braces Trusses Supporters BandagesWt and Crutches In Patent Medicines wo keep every thing called for in this market If call for w WWO WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF W FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCOS 1Pt JACKSON DRUG CO Heres the Way Northwest Buy a ticket good via the Burlington and get aboard either of the two daily thro trains one leaving St Louis in the morning and the other in the evening J Both carry all kinds of comfortable equipment and travel over an interesting route all the way to Puget Sound Very lowprice oneway tickets on sale dally February 15 to April 7 Tickets to Butte Helena or Anaconda Mont or points beyond are good via the direct line thro Billings or via Denver and Billings with free side trip to Colorado Springs A postal card requelt will bring complete Information W M SHAW District Passenger Agent 436 Vine Street Cincinnati 0 u N In iR M SHEIYDLtN- UF lt+ CTUREU AND DEALER IN MARBLE AND GRA- NITEMOnuments and Tombstonesrn Satisfaction guaranteed Call or write for prices and save money by buying from us 22 YEARS EXPERIENCE JACKSON BREATHITT COUNTY KENTUCKY msasa252S2S2S2S2S2S2S52525E5 5isJJ REST HOTEL IN TIJEFHEE BUS TO and FROM CITY DEPOT ARLINGTON HOTELS S TAULBEE PROPaJACKSON KY v GOOD LIVERYSTABLE IN FIRST CLASS SAMPLE CONNECTION ROOMS SHSHSHSaSHSHSHSclSraaHSHSH 5E5E5H52SHS5H5E5E daihlerJjr Ii JACKSON M DEPOSIT BANKI Jackson Kentucky Paid up Capitaifcnd Surplus 2T1000y m p d rn S Ji w m iII lW plieit the Rankin Business and accounts of V i1 ILumberaTimber Dealers to 7 l Business Men s Ij Iv Merchants Farmers 0 Throughout Eastern Kentucky and offer our Customers I I the most LIBERAL TERMS 1 Within the limits of legitimate business = M O fo COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY Vq RSi SZSU iSUIS5iiutSar f A7 tfbr Sale at a Bargain L SCbOIarSbiL in the Intcrn if ionl 2rrespondcDce Schools schools nt thatr Hoffman represents e JC AlW tlired raonthss scholarship i in tho tatton Business College a LomsvilTeIXCall on or i address THE BUEATIIIT COUNTY r NEWS Jackson I y 014 4 Taker advantage of ours subscnp 4 tion offcrstoday f A willlat BroatKccd hotel W1ThII iIk Lexington z wRnt thut will t combine god points ij1iiic 1111 striking let tho News figure oltitr for you 4- r 1 A Cupful of Wind Tho origin of tho phrase A capful oC wind cnn be traced to a Norse king Eric VI who diet In 007 AD lie was credited with the useful power of directing the wind to blow where hi wished by tho simple method of turn lug his cap to that point of the com pass lila powers were much appreci to e ated and trusted and resulted In his being known as windy cap There Is no evidence as to whether he could regulate the force of the wind as well as the direction Presumably ho could or his faithful believers would not have been BO many A bagful of wind Is j another common expression and Indl cates something like a gale This has been traced down to the classical leg end of Aeolus and his captive winds confined in bngs Collecting a Dill A claim was once placed In tho hands of Judge Peters of Bangor Me for collection A notice was sent to the debtor who called and promised to pay tho following Saturday The Judge said Now dont say you will pay Saturday night unless you mean to Just tako a few more days and be sure Say you will pay next Wednesday All right said the man 9f I live un til next Wednesday I will pay that bill Wednesday came but no mon appeared to settle tho bill whereupon tho judgo wrote out a uotlco of the death of the man and put It In tho dal ly paper Tho next day the bill was settled A man who once hid rough horn hands rrmde them soft and smooth with Witch Hazel Salve but he used the genuInethat bearing the n mr K 0 DeWitt Co Chicago Fur sores boils cuts burn bruises etc 4 it has no equal and affords almo t im mediate relief from blind bleeding Itching and protrudlns piles Sold bj Jickfon Drug Co The Wny of Men I v Fcw doctors nro willing to take their eWfl medicine When a lawyer gets In 4 be hastens to hire an attor A ney and It Is hard for people to adrnlro- anl artist who paints his own portrait Chicago ItecordIIcraldI Ir Jill MUilon- Skrawler Ive seen Snlppcm the tall r going up to your studio every day for a week Is he sitting for your Dauber Xo Hes laying for me Cleveland Leader He Xeedril the Money But is an operation absolutely nec essary doctor Certainly Ive got to have n vaca q tion next monthSmart Set They never gripe or sicken lout cleanse and strengthen the Stomach llvar and bowel This Is the universal verdict of the many thousands who iua DeWJtti Little Early Risers These famous little pills relieve head ache constipation biliousness jaundice torpid liver sallow complexion Try Little Early Risers Jackson Drug Oi- Mennt Yell Willie handing his uncle a bottlo o- tlue1 hopo you will hnvo a very hop py birthday Uncle Dick Uncle Dick Thank you little man but what Is this 1for Willie Oh I thought you would I so pleased with It I heard papa any the other night that you never t could mako your stories stick together 4SIck Headache This distressing ailment results trod tn dliorderad condition of the stomach All thatii needed to effect a cure Isa dose or two of Chamberlains Stomach nml Liver Tabled In fact the attack m1 ba warded off or greatly lessened in severity by taking a dose of these Inblett al soon as the first symptom of- an attack appears Sold by the Jackson Drug Co What He Mennt Dr Price I cant make anything out of that case Ills WlfoWhat Dr Price Oh dont bo foolishI I mean I lout understand It Of courso Im inhklng money out of itLondon Punch t Afraid of Strong Medicines Many people suffer for jotnjromil- ieubintlQ pains and prefer to do so j 4 rAther than take the strong medicines usually given for rheum tiem not 4 I knowing thatqulck relief itomraln 11111 be liad simply by oppllyiDgOham- lierlaln Pain Balm and without Ulc ing any medicine Internally For Iaf- eJlij tut Jaojcion Drug Co s 0FOUND f J hn W Dean had a pain In hit back fur bout five years and It Oull be cams io great that he eouldiotworkI pdln fact could not walk at timest e f everal physicians failed to our him I k uuthe found njemedy it Wal Smith I kidney pd serve Tonio For sale br- t 8 U 8tldk m Son JacUson Ky 1 e iom15YAsr M4dtsI sf ais JIupi1 t I IfUI t7 = Food of the Oliter Many gallons probably many bar rels of water are drawn through the gills of ench oytor each day II writes a university nrftfcsqor null the mltru scople beings that It may hold arc strained out and pushed along Into the oysters mouth Each microscopIc or I ganlsm Is n long time In traveling from I tho point where It first touches the gill to tho pystera stomach all this while It is itlive and cl of becoming the- Inrcnt UL new geneittlO1i when 1 moved from the gill and placed under suitable conditions Most e or Kuulslns are wholesome to man arid all that enter the oysters stomach nro quickly killed and converted Into Us palatable and nutritious substance hut so long as they are traveling along the glllJ nil are alive and some are ex tremely dangerous to man The oyster exercises choice in tho selection of its food rejecting some of the microscopic organisms and swallowing others but those that are discharged Into Uio water with the sewage of cities are not unfortunately among the ones that are rejected and before those have entered Mho oysters stomach they are most fa vornbly placed for gaining entrance Into human stomachs and multiplying there V Prat1u toIe1foituh1ul Tnr Foley A Caf Chicago originated Honey and Tar lia throat and lunp remedy and on account Of the great merit and popularity of Foleys Honey mid Tar many imitations are offered fur the genuHR These worthies im itntlon have similar sounding names Beware of thorn The genuine Foley Honey and Tor is ba yiillow pnclcngq Uk fur It and rafuse any substltutr it II the best remedy for coughs and colds Jackson Drug Co Peaiant SupemtHlonn Now anti then not often ghostly ap pearances or sounds are explained to the peasants satUfactlou Thus In the county of Durham Gabriels liouudg were orIon long years believed to shriek and howl through the air on dark nights and to forebode death to him who heard and saw them But prosaic modern research proved then to be nothing hut flocks of wild gees migrating southward on tho approach of winter and chooSIng dark nights for their Journeys Similar tho ghost of Irbydale In the Lincolnshire wold n goblin who terrified travelers nt night with Its heartrending cries nnd who was said to bon witch who had been worried to death by dogs in a long past age has been shown to be nothing but au owl On the other hand no true Cornishman will ever be Induced to re linquish tho belief that tho spirit of King Arthur still haunts tho ruins of Tlutagcl lu the shape of a white chough and assuredly the many English tom ilies who possess a white bird of omen such as that which John Oxcnbara saw In Westward IIo cling firmly to the tradition It pot to the belief lu it London TJraphlc One Minute Cough Our contains no an atom qf any harmful Drug and il ling been curing coughs colds around whooping cough so long that It has proven ittelf to be a tried and true friend to the many who use No neel1 to fear of your chit choking from croup vctth One Minute CougH Corp handy Sold by the Jaoksbn Drug Co a Vltchen In ICKEihelU When Napoleon III was npproachins sovereignty he asked a judicious friend to observe him carefully for a wool and to point out to him anything that ho did which wits not according to the severest code of the manner ota well bred man At the end of the wool there was only one practice which his friend had noticed The emperor nIter eating a boiled egg Invariably thrust his spoon through It Whence this pine tlcc has arisen at one time not uncommon it is difficult to say Some date it from a very early period and assume that it was done originally in order to precnt witches sailing In the eggshells A Card This Is to certify tint all IlrugJti hare authorized to refund your money if Fuleys Honey and Tar falls to cure your cough or cold It stops the cough heal the lungs and prevents serious results from a cold Cures la grippe cough and prevents pneumonia anJ consumption Oontrin no opiates The genuine U in a yellow package Refuse substitutes Jackson Drug Co Trnpi For Tiger nnd Iniither Au ingenious trap for catching tigers and largo black panthers Is used by tho natives of air Isolated part of Indo China A short length of a tree log In hollowed out anti around each end of it are driven long sharp spikes so as to project Inward leaving an opening of about six inches Through a small trapdoor a pariah dog or a pig Is placed in the log for bait cud lie trap left for future developments rue tiger or panther easily pushes lu his paw to secure the bait but when ho tries to withdraw it it is impaled on tho sharp splkps nUll ho Is trapped Falling Fom the Sun to the Earth The philosophers liavo figured out some queer pcoblenis since the time of lIomtlo 110t nonnf tlceric Is more curl ous than that relating to the amount of Unit It would take for an object to fall from Uio sun or moon to our earth It has been detJJcd after an Immense auiouut of figuring that If a bowlder weighing u ton should fall from the sun it would take it nlnetynlno years PO months and two hours to redel- ltl8 earth Tho snmo bowlder could dike the trip from tho IUOQU to the earth in four and onehalf days Cures J3czunia Itching Humors E pecialy for old chronic cash take Botanic Blood Uatm It glvei ahtal thy blood supply to the affected parts heals all the sores eruptions scabs scales stops the awful itching and burning of eczema swellings sup crating watertloresletc Druggists tIJniDloodtrouble and tree medical advice sent sealed letter RemedyCure ir J= Cliarle I nml nnil TobltCroICharles Lamb aceor confession was a fifcrco smoker of tobacco Ono day when pulling vigor onsly the coarsest weed from n long clay plpo in company with Dr Parr tho latter asked him how ho managed to ncquiro this prodigious power By tolling after It as some men toll after lrtuewl1s tho prompt reply As ho advanced In years however Ella was obliged to relax his intima cy with tho weed BO that to use bill own words ho wits like a burnt out volcano emitting now and then only a casual puff Eventually he took his formal U avo lu a Farewell Ode to To bacco and lu forwarding n copy of tho poem to Wordsworth ho writes 1 have had It In tny head to do It these two years but tobacco stood In Its own light when It gave mo headaches that prevented mo singing Its praises ClminunrlnlnV Cough Itcmody the Mothers Favorite The soothing and healing properties uf this remedy ltd pleasant taste and plompt arid permanent cures have male It a favorite with people everywhere It ij especially prized by mothers of small children for cold croiTp anti whooping o ugh BM KB tvays affords qllok relief and as It con rains no opium or other harmful drug it may be glv Sn as confidently to a baby as to an adult For sale by the Jackson Drug Oo The Missouri Pacliic RaIlway Co St Louis Iron Mountain Southern Hallway Co Spenjal round Hoinosoekors oxcursion tickets will bo on sale first and third Tuesdays of Janu ary and February 1900 to vast territory in Missouri Knnsae Gal orado Arkansas Now Mexico Old Mexico also to all points in Texas Oklahoma and Indian Territory at u rate of loss than one faro for the round trip from St Louis Liberal stopover privet lagos Return limit of twenty one days also on same dates will sell onuwnystoond class colonists to samo at greatly reduced rates Avail yourself of this rare opportunity to visit the country now attracting tho attention of the llbmeseoker and Investor For descriptive literature and further information address II 0 Townsond G pi ToISt Louis Mo id- A A Gallagher DPA 419 Walnut St Uiucinnati O For Biliousness nutl Sick Head nphc Take Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup It sweetens the stomach aids diges lion and sos as R gf title stimulant on the llverand bower without irritating Fruu bnbltullteongripe arid li mild and pleasant to tale Remember tint name OKINO and refuse to accept any substitute Jackson Drug Oo Urhxlat Anaer Noahs wife wrote a boy in an cx amination was called Joan of Are Water wrote another Is composed of two gases oxygen and carabrlgen Lava said a third is what tile bar ber puts on your face A blizzard declared another child Is the Inside of a fowl TIe niiitlnrtlon Do you say that asn lawyer or a man exclaimed an exasperated wit ness whom a lawyer was cross exam ining If you say Jt ns a man It is a 110 and a slander but if you say It as a lawyer its not of tho slightest con sequence London Tolpgraph Fear Is Implanted In us ns a preserve ative from evil but its duty like that of other passions Is not to overbear reason but to assist it Johnson All oldtime cough syrups hind the bowels This Is wrong A new iden Will advanced two yeara ego In Ken nedys Laiatlve Honey and rar This remedy note on the mucous membrane of till throat and lungs a 1111 loosens the bowels at hint same time It expel all cold from Ihe system It clear tire throat strengthens the mucous mem manes relieves coughs cold croup whooping cough etc Sold by Jajksori Drug Co Flulukln Lantern The puffer or swell fish has time power to distend Itself with air Into the nlmpo of a globe Japanese living In the Ha waiian Islands mako of the skin of the big puffer found In Hawaiian waters an odd and grotesque lantern When the skin of the big puffer has been first removed while It Is still soft it Is stuffed out to IU full Blzo In globo shape and so left to dry The skirt Is not much thicker than paper and translu cent brown on tho upper part and gray below Tho fins are preserved ind dried ticking out from the fish thu tall be- Ing perked up at an angle A circular opening la made In the back through which the light cnn be placed and In which is set horizontally a hoop or rIm- y which tho lantern cnn bo suspended Such a lantern made of a big puffers skin may be n foot In diameter cross wlso anti fifteen Inches in length and what with tho head of the fish appear- Ing at ono end and tho perked up tall at the other and the fins projecting at the sides this fish skin lantern makes a very curious object New York Her all Just a little Kodol will relieve that chess belching gas on the stomach and all other symptoms indigestion Kodol digests what you eat and ena bles the stomach and digestive organs to perform their functions naturally Sold by the Jackson Drug Co RemedyCures J I = IOf61t t 1 Palnlll rI fSLife often seems too 16ng to the Woman who suf bepringdowndizziness griping cramps and similar tortures are dreadful To make life worth living t- akeWine4rU1 It Eases Womens Pains It quickly rcllev 3 Inflammation purifies alt eijrTches the blood strengthens the constitution and permancnilycuresall dlceased con from which weak women suffer t- It Is matchless marvelous reliable At all druggesta In 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly in strictest confidence telling us all your symptoms sal trouWes We free 4vlca In plain sealed envelope how to cure tltesr Address Ladies Advisory Dept The Chattanooga Medldne Co Chattanooga TeM Men Past Sixty In Danger half mankind timer lxly 1I1Il11blndller And dnnRiFous and Folejs Kid PII lure should be taken at the Itt chi- it dancer as It correct IrrfguUrHles nd has cured many old men of lliU iisjaieirMr Rodney BurneR Hick rort o t I stiffered will enlarged roslMe eland and kidney trouble for yeur and alter taking two ottlM of Foley s Kidney Cure 1tlt1 Hter than I have for iwrUj tarll Ithoiigh lam nqw 91 years old JackI Ion DrugCii- Fln Jriliifs to Florida Via South ern Railway and Queen Crescent Route Florida LjrnlttIleavlflg L uU connects at Dan villaS a 111J dally rUle Ky with solid train of fillman Sleepers rind ve tibiiltd conulifn via Jhatanoiiga and Atlanta nirivii j Sick onvlle at lIM a in and St Augustine 10 a m next daywithout ohnngn Dining oar serve all jieslfi rnmutp rlorida Hpeclal leaving LaiiUvlll 745 p m carries observation sleeper daily excrpl Sunday Louisville hat AUBtisllrie vltliout via Clmtanooga and Atlanta arriving Jacksonville 9i50 p in and SJt tiRU lIce at 10 p in next day From Dan villo this U solid trniu of Drawing Uoom Sloeptrs Olmp sit car Obser vation car eto Dining car verves all meats enroutQ Via the iandof til- lkPti1iflikfl Sleeper leaves Louis vllle 746 p m dally running through to Knoxville where connection Ismadi atO35 a in with through sleeper to Jacksonville Vin Ajhevlllu Otlunibia and Savannah arriving Jncktotivllle 0 t m Winter Tourist Ticket glad letuin ing until May 31st are now on sate at Low Hates Variable Tours going via Athevillt and Land of the Ski and Sapphire Country anti returning via Atlanta and Ohntnnnugn or vice verse Fur tire Land ot tire Sky nnd Winter tomes rather handsomely illustrated booklets folders rates etc aildrura any agent of tire Southern Ky or U II llungerford D P A Louisville Ky G lJ Allen A O P A St Louis In WG UhiparioiiG PV Q 0 Route Cin irmit- lSturtilii p But True People tire world over were horrified on learning of the burnlngof Chicago theater in which nearly six hundred people lost their lives yet more than five times tide number or over 3000 people tiled front pneum unic in Chicago durlng the same year with scarcely a passing notice Every one of these cases of pneumonia resulted from a cold and could Iiave been provented by the timely use of Chamberlains Cough Remedy A great many who had every rflasim to fear pneumonia have warded it off by time prompt use of this remedy The following is an Instance of this torts Too much 011110 not be said in favor of Qliomberlaliii Dough Remedy and especially for sulds nnd JcJluHimn L kiiow bit Jl cured my daiightir Loiirn of a severs cold and I believe saved lien lift when be was threatened with pneumonia W D Witor Locanlf Y Sold by Jacksun Drug Co Free Jtccllnliiar Chair Cars lice Southern Hull WilY have inaugu rated free reclining choir car service between Louisville and Kvansvllle on their fast through trains leaving Lou Isvillu 730 n m ami rr pm tially and runnliiK guild to Evnnsvillo with out chanleThlllllno also operates freu reclining cjialr cars on iiight trains from Lexington and Danville to St Louis also Pullman Sleeperthrough from Danvllie lu St Luis The Southrrn RqHway Is3 hille the Bliyrtcit froiuLoulaTllla to Evansvllls and 13 miles the shortest to St Louis Dont deceiveyourselfJfyOu have indigestion take Kodol Dyspnpsla Oure It will relieve you lUy W E Hooult South 31111 N 0 laYShI was trou bled with chronic Indigestion for soy oral years whatever I ate seemed to cause heartburn sour stomachs flirt tering of my heart and general de pressfon of mind and bjily Jly drug Else recommended Kodol and It line re lieved me lean now eaianything unit lloep soundly at olht Kodol digests what you eat JackQn Drugto r r- r 1t kf I I SUFFERED GREATLY writes Mrs L 13 Clevcnger of Belle view N C at m monthlyperlods all my life but the first boll of Car do gave me wgndorful rcliefi and now I am In better health than lhave been foralong time I thlnHCardul thegreat est nomar medicine In tIe vwld STOMACH ACHEYou more or less troublo with your stein ach your bowels and our 11C1 everybody when these delicate An- d01191dls ordered or gnus do get I out of order- S they nfctho n I iirIn the world to you If you took tho right kind of caroof them you wouldnt lUffer but you dont The only way you can correct the trou theseparUfrom Dr CaldwellsLaxatlar Syrup PepsinEveryb- odyknowathatrEPSINlsEood for thostoranch but in combination with certaiti drugs by DR CALl WELLS formula its natural value is highly increased DkCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN Is tho best thing in tho world for cor recting and curing all forms of stomach troubltsTyoull so i1enou try it I DRCALDW1tLSSYkIWPEpS1N- can In obtained ib both dollar and halt dollar siies at nit drgklst9 and your money will be refunded if it LUU tQ I Your postal ou card reqnrtt wM brtw by rrturft mall our new Kookht DM CAUlWEILdI- tOOt AVoNDrHS nod Ire umr10 tQ- I ho wbo have nerpr Irleii this wwwMlol rmucsdI3fsUyourptaltodar Li PEPSIN SYRUP CO Hontloolio Illinois v Sold by JACKSON DRUQ CO iiiiiiIiSick HeadacheA quicKly cured by SyrupIas it sweetens and tones up the stomach and acts as a gentle stimulant on the liver positiveIly i ion of pimples and blotches Refuse substitutes Price BOo JAOKSON DRUG GO n K8LLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE TIlE LUNGS KingsNew PrlcofOR100 Surest and Quickest Ouro for all THKOAT and LUNG TBOUB LES or MONEY BACK One bottle at Smltl i Kidney and Nerve Tunic cured Marlon flail of a wvaU track It was so bad that he couldnt get up when ho sat down wl liiiut bwiiR in continous irrekof misery for at least one lioiir guUl by d II 81Idhq1l1801l Jackson Ky Price ICrJ poV bottje 04 aEORQETOyN LEXINGTON TRACTION CO Cars Have Lexington fur Paris Irpry hour from On m to 7 p mnml atG m Leave Purls every hour front 7- a1nttI pnaJld at10 p m SInjjIe t re4Otfents Leave Lexington ron Georgetown ev excepti1Leave rvrylrour from G ani to 10 pn1except 10 a m 12 111 and 7 and 9 pm Y ALEXANDER President I RAILROAD TiMWTALLth 1 Lexington Eastern Ry AVUJTJ3K TIME TAULK- El1KOTlVtf OOTOI1EU 22 1005 WEST BOUND No1 NO iDaily flatly h Sunday f UX Sundn- yAi I nILvJackion Oftf 2S6 U K JlmoUonlJi O 3 231 2Oitktlal JI 240- Atlitil 060 2 C- OTnllifin 701 3C4 St iIlens1 6 n10- Heattyvllle Jun 726 820 Torrent 747 347 Natural Bridge 801 401 Stanton 828 480 Clay City 837 489 L A E Junction 010 508 Wlnehcitrtr B23 620 An Lexington 1010 006 EAST BOUND No4dailyXiSUfldAy CX5unay PM A M Ly Lexington 225 1M Winchester 310 825- LA B Junction 823 837 Clay Oily 860 913 BtHnton 4M P23 Natural Bridge 435 B 61 Torrent 449 JObS lIcaltyvl1l Jun 611 1029 St 1JtI nltin vir 1030 tlllleRa 683 1061 A I hot 641 10 liD Oakdahs 648 1100 Elkntawn 00111 2a 0 A K Juno 605 1126 ArJaokeon 610 1130 Sundaytrains U Uenttyville Junction with L A A itaihvav for local slAtlons nn L A A Railway anti connect at 0 di K Junc tOll fur local Jlitioiii on lao O A K Itnlhray Nos I and 3 connect at L A K Junc thou with Cii O for SU Sterling J U BARB OmMRr OIIAS SCOTT O PA New ThelIronnnd thereafter tlio first rind third I Tneedaya of each mouth wo will oporatt n through Tourist Car bo I i1viaFor berth roaorvnliona nod fur thor infonnntion add re 3 II C Townsend 0 1kt ABt Louis Mo A A Ctiillaghor DIP A41U Walnut Stl Cincini nali 0- OIThEYAIwTARi Virom Crldoi tVomnl Visiunaala Special HoiiUMV k TM ICntcsvIa Soutlicru Italhvnyi- Tnnunry thidand IGlh and February Uth nnd SOtli the Southern Railway will sclj Jlomescckors Tickets to the West and Southwest nt low rules Tho Southern hallway is tho only I inc operating through from LoxiiiKton to St LouisIIf you contemplate n trip to any point West or Southwest bo sure to call on or address us before mitking your arrangements All communications receive prompt attention II C Kink CT A J F Jiognn T P A Ill last Mnin St Lexington Ky I stops th cough and hIluug f 0 0 0 Kc Jt Railway 4 E1TeuIce aj5lra JOCI5 Beat BonitoS Wct OxiUML xaa 5 1 fc II 0 jr cf 4Et AailoSm7i8ft 140 lampion 122 t a CISto015 SiSttOAK Juntf 1l8080 286 Jackson Htl6 tiflO- AM AR PLAn M LV fW IT NOtt 1 Mid 22 pill make close eon nection hi 0 K Junction wWr Mja LtxlpllonAIM L CnXLEY Runt Louisville Atlantic Ry C Schedule in etlctfi iio 1 lEts WET 110UND pAisLv Jackson 025 JSfj- IV tleattyvllle Junction 1030 S M Ar UeatlTvilje I 41 LS Heuilyvllla 10 fO 4 80- r M Lv Irvine 12 26 I 10 Ar Richmond 130 7 10 i A It Lv Richmond 1 30 I 00 Ar Valley View 2 02 6 31 4 Nlchiiliisvlllo 227 56 I Versnlllet B 26 766 Louisville 0 16 10 46 EAST BOUND AM TU Lv Louisville 010 180- ArYerialllei 9 10 4 10 KlchoUsvllle 10 20 7 12 Valley View 10 47 7 83 Uluhmond 11 15 8 06 ULva IrvihB 12 25 7 JP w- Ar llMttrvlll 2 00 9 Oi Tv lleattjvlllc 2 40 I 46 Ar BealtjTille Junction 3 Oil 10 W- JackonI 015 11 M II H Smith 0 F A P A Versailles Kj It A Vio1umt B A ltlrhicn cud loridaNew i Cuba I reached in comfortJIvia- QUmCRESCEKJ I ROUTE AND SOUTHERN R THREE TRAINS A DAY Ideate Florida SvecUl Ii Senlu Jswq Sib 1555 Solid PuflmsnTrtln lair CZNCINSSATi 525 V X iXXZNSVrQH iisr u 14o4MflthlngTte QitsrQoIaIitiItuzu4ua Vlerite Limited SoM Tn4 1 yJjc5NATI VAH It a AoLmm OAht lilMn 5 vttloa ant Dlnluc z- 5AU5uleKbtTrpottaM tor MkJOOTfi N nUrkaI 1UlauooeAUSSIa aa4 Ina Oaeen Crescaat Special Solid tnla DwImuU LsjbslaisVMM to Nrw OrieuM TU Catiaeoois- n4 liimiiibtu iw thrawk IutUM to JatkonrUls V15 AIIInIll u4ttermniuh anct Cterlotn ttlittrlmirtrt ticket now on sat M rtdurad rat Far latormtuea ipplr Out W Zefl D P A Cincinnati II c Mg c p aT A us 17 n A cuirrr w r 110IIc- MnI II caS Lgl T ua Here We Are The Celebrated HANAN SHDETho Best on Earth PRiCi 50LOE 1 For Sale By DAY E3 PDS CCI JaOl5Ol7 leQtuoly t S s IInAsrfQr t iDOQKodol Almanac and 200 Year Calendar JAOBSON DRUG 00 I S ifj4 a p T ts a tj a f 1 4 frJ= j It = JIwr e