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TROUB LES or MONEY BAGS j BREATH J ITT QUNTPEWS iir n JJo ABikJ V A r r r4 t i s STOnEJ Y LaWSRYT1J r wuuuuuuwwuuuuuuuuulwuurnl1J KingsNew I For a clear complexion ta- keDRIND Laxative FruitSyrup Pleasant to tako Orino cleanses the sys tem and makes sallow blotched smooth and clear Cures chronic constipation by gentlystimulating the stomachliver and bowels Rofuao substitutes Price OOo JJOIiSONU RUG GO FEELING LIVERISH This MorningTAItE A Gentle Laxative And Appetizer u lOLEnIlONEYAMJTAR for cftHdrcn Sal curve Wo optatit 1 JJ The Two Van els r Ic By BOOTH TARKINGTON Q Author of The Gentleman From Indiana and MoiuleurBeJUfilre j CoDvrlflht 1003 by S S McClure Co 1lNor was Mrs Tunbcrrys prediction allowed to go unfulfilled regatrding the adroit of those persons whom she had dcilgnntnd n vugiihondg It nay hue beau out or deferences to Sir Carowes RCIISO of decorum or from n cautious regard of what lie was liable to do when ho considered that sense outraged that the quanta of Rouen lad placed tho severe restraint of allowing three dnys to elapse after their introduction to Miss Curtwe be fore they paid their respects at the house hut bo that ns it may the die tator was now safely under way down the Iloticn river and Mm Tanlierry reigned In hlH stead Tina at about 8 oclock that evening tile two ladles satin the library engaged In conversation though for the sake of accuracy It should bo said that Mrs Tanherry was cngugod In conversation MlM liotty In giving ear when their attention wan arrested by sounds of a somewhat mu steal nature from the lawn which saunds wore Immediately Identified as emnuntlng from u unto und violin Mrs Tanberry hounded nerds the room like a public building caught by a cyclone and Infilling at till cnudlea mow cm out blow om outl she ex claimed uniting the notion to the word Inn thwtr of excitement by nuked Miss Cnrcwe startled ns HH rot to her feet Tho candles were out Iteforc the question Wily repented the merry husky voice In the darkness My goodness child precious those racabonds are here To think of your never haying boon serenaded before She drew the girl to tho window and pointed to a group of dim figures near the lilac bushes The dear delightful VII l1hOIlIlr she chuckled I know theyd come Its the beautiful Tsp pinglmin Marsh with lair ilddle null young Jeff IJareand with his flute and ann Madrlllon and little Irank Cheat oweth and thin Will Gumming to slug Hark to the rascals It Is perfectly truthful to say that the violin and little executed tho pre lillIe and theta the trio sounded full on the atoning air the iuoro effective clionla the breath In tie singers could 1u ld them In order to allow the two fair auditors complete benefit of the har mony They sang Tho Harp That Once Through Taraa Halls end fol lowed It with Long Long Ago That Mrs Tnuborry whispered ho tweoii Ntlllod gusts of almost uncon trollable laughter Is mount for just mo Tell mo tho tales that to mo were so dear entreated the trio I told em plenty gurgled tho en livening widow and I expect between us wo Cult get up sonic more Now you are come my grief Is re moved they sung They menu your father Is on his way to St Louis remarked Sirs Tan berry Lot mo forget that so lonir you have roved Let me believe that you iovo as you loved Long long ago long ago Applaud applaud whispered Sirs Tanberry encouraging the minstrels by a hearty clapping pf hands Theta the candles were relit stud the scrcmulcrs Invited within Nelson camo bearing cake and wine and the house was rondo merry Presently tho romp Virginia Ilareaud making her appearance on tho arm of General Trumble Mrs Tanberry led them all in a hearty game of blind mans butt followed by us hearty u dancing of Pan Tucker After that a quadrille being proposed Mrs Tanberry suggested that Jeffer son should run home and bring Iran chon for too fourth lady However Virginia explained that she hind en deavored to persuade both lice sister and Sir Gray to accompany the general and herself but that Mr Gray had complained of Indisposition having suf beret greatly from headache on account of Inhaling so much smoke at tho warehouse fire and of course Fan chow would not leave him Miss Ca rcwe permitted herself the sllghtos shrug of tie shoulders So they danced time quadrille with Jefferson n the pinto and Mr Marsh performing In the character of n lady a proceeding most unacceptable to the general whom Mrs Tanberry forced to be his partner And thus the evening passel gayly away Tapplngham Marsh spoko the truth Indeed when ho exclaimed In parting Oh rare Mrs Tnuborry nut the house had not Bono with sere unties that night Tho guests had long since departed the windows were still and dark under tho wan old moou I which had risen iaiqcly looking until miliar nud not hair Itself the nlr bore- al odor of lateness and nothing mov ed when n delicate harmony stole out of the shadows beyond the misty gar den Low but resonant chords sounded on the heavier strings of n guitar while above thorn upon the lighter wires rippled a slender tinkling mel ody that wooed the slumhcrer to u de licious halt wakefulness as dreamily as tenderly as the croon of rain on the roof soothes n child to sleep Under tie artists cunning touch the Instrument was both the accompaniment and tho song null SIlss Betty at first taking tho music to bo a wandering thread in the jhrlc of lice own bright dreams v c mr So they lanced MuJJ7itfiIrUlc drlftcTi gradually to consciousness to find herself smiling eyes opened wide but halt closed iiguin with the Ineffable sweetness of tbo sound Then a voice was heard eerily low yet gallant nud clear S vibrant baritone singing to the guitar 9fy lads hn1do That dark delight Is both as fair Ht And dusk as nl to I know some lovelorn hearts that boot In time to moonbeam twinklings fleet That daheo and glance 111 jewels there Kmblazonlng tho ruvrjlralw Ah raven hair So dark and brffhtt What love lies tfiero hvUJontffhtT 1 know some Mg d that say Their hearts wer efliiMro Amid torn away And now as fm they share Entangled In thernVfnlhalr Ah raven+ 1 air From noteCould you JJ Ono acolyte I know B broken helUJ tent tfTo serve you but u or Alas rtaby IIOW tou tiSe Wlklsangtlategth r Tho song had grown fainter nnd fainter the singer moving away as he snug and the last lines were almost In audible In the distance Tho guitar could be heard for a moment or two more then silence came again It was broken by a rustling In the room next to Miss Hettys anti Mrs Tanberry called softly through the open door Princess tire you awake Did you hear that serenade After n pause the answer came hesi tatingly In n small faltering voice YesIt it was one I thought perhaps ho was only singing as he passel along the street Ahal ejaculated Sirs Taubcrry abruptly as though she hall made an unexpected discovery You knew bet ter and this was a serenade that you did not laugh at Beautiful I wouldnt let It go any further even while your father Is gone Something might occur that would bring him homo without wanting Such things have happened Tom Vaurevcl ought to be kept far away front tills house Oh It was not he returned SIlss Betty quickly It was Sir Gray Dill not you Sly dear Interrupted the other Cralley Grays specialty is talking Most of tho vagabonds can sing mud play n bit and so can Cralley particularly when hes lint a few bowls of punch but when Toaj Vnnrevel touches limo guitar and lifts up his voice to slug there Isnt nn angel In heaven that wouldnt quit the place anti como to hear him Cralloy wrote those words to Virginia Ilareaud Her hair is oven darker that yours you know That was when he was being engaged to her fluid Tom must have set the music te cm lately and now comes here to sing cm to you nnd well enough they fit you But you must keep him away princessNevertheless Betty knew tho voice van not that which had hid her look to the stuns and sho remained convinced that It belonged to Sir Cralloy OnlY Who had been too 111 n few hours earlier to leave the Bareand house nit iinw with Fanrhons kisses on his lips came stealing Into her garden and snug to her n song ho land mada for another girl If there was one person In the world whom Miss Betty held In bitter con tempt Anti scorn It was tho owner of that voice and that guitar XIgentlemen of Ilouen wore their hearts In tliMr eyes for nay fool to gazo upon hat three was the num ber of those who told their love before tho end of the first week of Sir Ca rewes absence and told It In spite of Mrs Tnnbcrrys utmost effort to pre serve nt all times a conjunction be tween herself and Miss Betty Miss Carewe honored each of the torn three with a few minutes of gravity but the gentle refusal prevented never a swain from being ns truly her follow er ns before not that she resorted to tbo poor device of half dismissal the everyday method of the schoolgirl flirt who thus keens hue lads In dalliance but because even tor the rejected 1WLa ti 4 iIeTIglil7aTGnonrTrer TbrTliHl matterI It Is wild yjat no one ever timid enough of tho ncro looklJat her Also her talk was enllvening even to the lively lieliig splced wlth surprising turns ami amiably seasoned with the art of bail nage To use Jhu phrase of tho time she purfscsmHl the tTueomplIshmenls nr antiquated charm nowou the point or disappearing so carefully has It beet nuultcd under whenever exhibited She sketched magnificently This 114 the very strongest support for the as scrtlon Prank Chcnowcth and Tap plngliam Mnrsh agreed with tears ol enthusiasm that magnificently was the only word They came to this con clusion as they sat together nt the end of n long 11 tinor at which very little had been eaten after a days picnic by the river Miss Carewo hud been ol their company and Tnpplngham nut Chcnowcth found each his opportunity In tho afternoon Tho party was sfnall and no one had been able to effect n total unconsciousness of the maneuver of the tw gentlemen Even Kauchoii Barcdud comprehended languidly though who was more blurred than ever and her faraway eyes belled the me cbnnhtil vivacity of her manner for Cralley was thirty miles down the river with a fishing rod neatly packed In n leather case Mr Vnurevcl of course was not In vited No one would have thought of asking him to Join a small party of which Ilobcrt Car wos daughter was to be a Inen Jr but It was hnppln19s enough forrjjim that night to lie hid den In the s rubbery looking up at the stars between the leaves while he Us total to her harp and borne through tin open window on enchanted airs the voice jut Elizabeth Carewe slnglni Robin Adnlr It was now that the town Indulge its liveliest spirit Never an eveului lacked Its Junketing while the lapp folk of Itouen set the early summer to music Serenade dance and soup for them the light hearts young unit old making gay together It was a laughter either hi sunshine or by can dlellght undisturbed by the fur thun dor below the southern horizon where Zarhnry Taylor tad pitched his tent upon the Itlo Grande One fair evening soon utter that ex cursion which land proved fatal to phi lopes of the handsome Tnpplnghau nnd of the youthful Chtmowcth It was the privilege of Mr Tonics Yunrovc to assist Miss Carcwo and her chuperoi from tholr carriage ns they drove up to a dance at the Itareaudu This goof fortune fell only to great deserving Cor ho had tspeut an hour lurking outsld the houso in the tope of perforuilui such oillccs for them Heaven was in his soul and tht biratlt departed out of his body whe- naficra moment of uatltatlou SIIs plucett III his band her IIirj per shimmered out from the hint flounces of her dress to fall like n ben cdlctlou he thought on each of tin carriage steps It was the age of garlands The wreathed tho muses the seasons and their speech so tin women wore wreaths in their hair and Miss Betty that night was of marguerites Head your fortune In them all whispered Toms heart anti of whomsoever you wish to learn every petal will say lie loves you none declare he loves you not She bowed slightly but did not speak to him which was perhaps a better reception than Unit accorded the young wan by her companion Oh Its you is it was Sirs Tanberrys courteous observation as she canted the vehicle fu her descent She looked shnrply nt Miss Dotty anti even the small glow of thecarriagc amps showed Unit the girls checks had flushed very rep Sir Van revel on tho contrary was pale They stool for a moment In uwk ward silence while from the lighted mouse where the flying figures circled camo the waltz I DreamtThat 1 Dwehelt In SInharble own dreams were munch wilder than the gypsy girls he knew that yet he spoke out bravely Will you dance the first two with mane Muss Betty bit her lip frowned turned away and vouchsafing no reply walked toward the house with her eyes fixed on the ground but Just as they reached tho door sho flashed over him a look that scorched him from head to foot nud sent hits spirits down through the soles of his boots to exca vato a grotto In the depths of the earth so charged It was with wrathful pity and contempt Yes she said abruptly mind follow Sirs Tanberry to tho dressing room 1ll1 elder lady shook her head sol ns site emerged from tho enor mous folds of a yellow silk cloak All princess she said touching the girls shoulder with her Jeweled hand I told you I was n very foolish woman timid I am but not so foolish ns to offer advice often Yet believe me It wont do I think that Is one of time greatest young men I ever lousy mind Its n pity hut It wont do Miss Betty kept her taco away from her guardian for a moment No Incon siderable mount of Information had drifted to her from here nnd there re garding the career of Cralley Gray and she thought how Intensely she would have hated may person In thj word except Sirs Tnnbcrry for pre turning to tllnk she needed to be guru ed against tho charms of this serenad ing lady killer who was the property of another girl You must keep him away I think ventured Sirs Tanberry gently At that Betty turned to her and said sharply 1 will After this please let us never speak of him again A slow nod of the others turbaned head Indicated too gravest acquies cence She saw that her companions cheeks were otlll crimson I under stand sale she 4 F J- l IThe Latest Ciiculntio PAPER IN THIS SECTIONar r 7 Kentucky PROPRlKTOnS Busy Mans Evansville Southwest obrulrYllIlMnrch complexions ohflr1ugldJAJI9Jtrw19n1t1I iCAlaS9tSJhtcduUivJuwa A buzz of wTiisporlng like a July beetle followed Sliss Carewe and her partner about tIll room during the next dance How had Tom managed It Had her father never told her Who haft dared to iutroducetbcui lanchoi was time only one who knew nud us sho whirled by with Will dimming she raised liar absent glance long enough to give Tom nn nffectlounti and warning shake of the head Tom did not see this Miss Careye did Mast She smiled upon him in stautly and looked deep into his eyes It was the third time She was not afraid of this man flirt lIe was to bo settled with once and forever the Intended to avenge hotl Fauclion and herself Yet It Is a Las nrdous gamo tlds piercing of eye wit eye because the point which seeks to penetrate may soften and melt leavlnj Otto defenseless Ior perhaps ten see units that straight look lasted while it seemed to her that she read clear lute the soul of him and to behold it through some befooling magic as strong tender wfso ami true as his outward ap pcarancc would have made an innocent stranger believe him for he looked all these things she admitted that much awl he timid nn air of distinction and resource beyond any she had eves known even In tile wild scramble foi her kitten ho had not lost it So fot ten seconds which may be a long time sho saw a non such as she hall dream ed and she did not believe her sight because she hall no desire to be as creel ulous us the others to be as easily cheated as that poor Function Tim luckless Tom found his own feel beautiful on the mountains and tread lug the heights with airy steps ap peared to himself wonderful anti glori fled he was waltzing with Miss Betty Ho breathed the entrancing words to himself over and over It was true he was waltzing with Miss Betty Carewe Her glove lay Warm and light within his own Ills fingers clasped that in effable mile and white brocade waist Sometimes her hair came within an Inch of his cheek nnd then ho rose out right trout the hilltops and flouted in 1 golden mist The glamour of which the Incroynblo had planned to tell her some day surrounded Tom and it seemed to him that the whole world was covered with n beautiful light like a carpet which was but the radiance of this adorable girl whom his gloves and coat sleeve were permitted to touch When the music stopped they followed In the train of other couples seeking the coolness of out of doors for the Inter vat mId Tom In his soul laughed at all other wen with illimitable condesceu stout Stop here she said as they readier the open gate He las walking out at it hlalioad In the air and Miss Bet tycotyllJwitlrl i ult1nUy l wu1d have walked across the state It was the happiest moment he ball ever known He wanted to say something wonder till to her Ills speech should be like the music and glory mid fire that were In him Therefore he was shocked to hear himself remarking with an Inan- Ity of utterance that sickened him Oh heros the gate isnt it Her answer was a short laugh You mean you wish to persuade mo that you land forgotten It was there I did not see it he protested lam entably No I wasnt thinking of Jt Indeed You were lost In thoughts ofOf you ho said before he could check hlmselttYes Her tone was as quietly con temptuous ns she could make It How very frank of you Slay I ask are you convinced that speeches of that sort are always to a ladys liking No he answered humbly and hung his head Then she threw the question nt him abruptly- Was It you who came to sing In out gardenThere was a long pause before a profound sigh came tremulously from the darkness like a sad and tender confes shout Yes I thought sol site excalmcd Sirs Tnnherry thought It was some one else but I knew that It was you Yes you are right he said quietly It was I It was my only way to tell you what you know now Of course She set It all aside with those two words and the slightest ges ture of her hand It was n song made for another girl I believe she naked lightly nnd with an Icy smile Inquired further Ior the one tho one before the last I understand He lifted his head surprised What has that to do with It The music was made for you but then I think all music was made for you Leave the music out of it If you please she said impatiently Your talents make you molest No doubt you consider it nnmnldenly in me to have referred to the serenade before you spoke of It but I am not one to cast down my eyes and let it passno nor ono too sweet to face the truth either she cried with sudden passion To sing that song in the way you did meant oh you thought I would flirt with you What right had you to como with such n song tp me Tom Intended only to disclaim the presumption so far from his thoughts that his song had moved her for he could seo that her attack was prompt ed by her inexplicable Impression that he had assumed the attitude of a con queror but his explanation begun un fortunately Forgive me I think you have completely misunderstood You thought it meant something I did not Intend at all and What she sold nnd her eyes blaz ed for now she beheld him as the ar rant sneak of the world He tho lady killer with his hypocritical air of strength and melancholy sweetness thee Jeader of drunken revels ullbr ir Jlr v U reputation the town Lothario anil lightolove tinder promise of mar rillgo 10 Kituehon Uarcaud had tried to make love to another girl and now his cowardice In trying to disclaim what he had done lent him the Insolence to saty to this other My child you are betrayed by your youth anti conceit you exaggerate uiy meaning I had no Intention to distinguish you by coquetting with you T1uis wax her Interpre tation of him and tcl Indignation was not lessened by the Inevitable conclu sloe that no who hail been through so wary scenes with women secretly found her simplicity diverting Sties Betty had a little of her father In her while It was part of her youth too that of all things she could toast en duro the shadow of a smile at her own expense t Oh ohr she cried her volceshok big with auger I suppose yourLad heart is half choked with your laughter at me r She turned from him swiftly audlettl him f t hOusoinull i ry nestling to her like u young sapling on a hillside Instantaneously several1 gentlemen who had hastily acquitted themselves of various obligations In order to seek her sprang forward with 1Jeager greetings so that when tho 11 stricken Tom dazed and confounded u by his evil Juck followed her at aBout J Ifbythe spiked tails of the coats of Gen reral Trumble Madrlllon Tapplngham Marsh Cummings and Jefferson Ba reaud Within this fortification rang out laughter and sally from Miss Ca rewe Her color was high and her eyes sparkled never more brightly Flourish and alarms sounded for a quadrille Each of thejaemlclrcle firm ly elbowing his neighbor begged the dance of Miss Betty but Tom was him self again and laid a long strong hand x on Mndrillous shoulder pressed blmjgently aside and said- Forgive me Miss Carewe hns hon j ored me by the promise of this qua drille vgtlie bowed offering his arm and none 7 I of them was too vain to envy that bow and gesture s For a moment he remained wallinget Miss Carewe rose slowly and directly facing him said In composed and even voice You force me to beg you never to address me again v She placed her hand on the generals arm turning her back squarely upon fc Tom V In addition to those who heard many f persons in that part of the room saw the affront and paused In arrested at tltudes Others observing these turn ed inquiringly so that sudden silence fell broken only by the voice of Muss ThdtYI1 ahq mntIrawJ1L llChiFAcheerily to the general Tom was left standing atone in the broken semi circleAll the eyes swept from her to him and back Then every one began to talk hastily about nothing The young tunas humiliation was public lIe went to the door under cover of the movement of the various couples to find places in the quadrille yet ever sidelong glance In the room still rested upon him and he knew It He remained In the ball alone through that s dance and at Its conclusion walked slowly through the rooms speaking to people here and there as though noth- Ing had happened but when the music sounded again ho went to the dressing room found his hat and cloak and left lou force me to beg you never Jo ad dress me utfultu the house For awhile bo stood on the opposite side of the street watching tho lighted windows and twice he caught sight of the lilac and white brocade the dark hair and the wreath of marguerites Then with a hot pain In his breast and the step of a grena dier he marched down the street 1 S fro sa conrnruBS r Eyes and Animal Dr Lindsay Johnson the cele brated ophthalmologist says that the dog has two ancestors one round eyed the other oval eyed rue first is the hyena the second the boar through tho raccoon All dogs descend from these animals The corpus niger or black body of pigment in tho eye of the horse which has puzzled veterinarians naturalists and zoologists so much provides through the phthalmo scope a new means of tracing the ancestry and relationship of the I horse It is the same eye curtain that is found in tropical animals the onager the camel and tho anV i hrcf r protection from ma Kl I f The Breathitt NevsI SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE j WISE HAGINS EDITOR u sEsaca 52525C DR O H SWANQO PNYSICA N PNe suiZ FoN OFFICE IIOURS8A M TO 4 P 1- 1i IN HAUOIS BUILDING i JACKSON KENTUCKY 1Saa aa 252S25ru rA H PATTON ATTORNEY AT LAW OFFICE IN CKAWFOIID BLDO J JACKSON KY FRIDAY MARCH 16 The regular session of the lecis laturo adjourned Tuesday night at 12 oclock but was called to meet in extra session on Wednesday at noon to pass a rectifiers law and also to pass a law enlarging the powers of revenue agents The legislature passed the Revenue and Taxation bill on the last day of its session which increase tho taxes considerably This legislature also created several now offices and increased the annual expenditures of the State many thousands of dollars It is up to the taxpayer to ask whether n public office in Kentucky is a public trust or a private snap I Governor Beckham on Saturday forwarded to the Senate the names of General Percy Haley of Ifrank fort Dr Milton Board of Hop kinsvillc and Judge D B Hed wine of Jackson as members ot the Board of Control to have charge of the State Insane Asylums and charitable institutions under the law just enacted by the General Assembly Tho compensation of each member will be 2500 a year and his necessar traveling expenses The bill before the present Leg islaturo regarding land titles in Eastern Kentucky affects Breathitt county probably more than any other county in the State and wo hope that some bill will bo passed to help clear the titles in this coun ty All of Eastern Kentuck needs some law to make propert S3curo under some title without any fear of lawsuits but to have it done at one session of our law makers by men of whom but few are familiar with the complications is asking too much and really do ing more harm than good Breathitt county is covered probably three times by patents Virginia and Kentucky patents conflict in many parts itj senior and junior Kentucky grants con jlict Wo believe the Court of Appeals have never had a fair or good understanding of the extent of this trouble Now our idea of the manner in which to form a law to for once and all overcome to a great ex lent if not entirely the complica tions which exist and to make titles more secure would be to have h commission consisting of three of the best land lawyers in Eastern Kentucky Virginia or West Virginia appointed to investigate the matter Have them spend at least two years in their investigation and make a report to the next General Assembly following their appointment and if there is anyway to overcome the great volume of litigation brought about by the Mapping of these grants and tho I attempts of holders of almost worthless titles to require people to pay more than once for their property then this committee would be able to point out the way Wo believe tho matter re quires tho careful study of tho best lawyers James Stanfield superintendent of the K P Lumber Co at Lc Rose Owsloy county was hero V Tuesday in search of timber cut tens He informed us that it would take at least ten years to finish cutting their timber in that section See advertisement in an other column Charles N Cope son of T T Cope was licensed to practice law in tho courts of Perry county at Hazard last week Wesley Turner Sr of Canoe was here Monday I WHEN I WAS A KID 1 When I was a kid I served a term As a roustabout with the Lexing ton Herald firm- I washed tho rollers and I mopped the floor And I put the dirty water oer the sanctum door I balanced the pail so carcfullce They gave mo the ruler where it hadnt ought to be P SThe Boss bought u new suitI a pillow beneath my vest And somewhere else you may guess the rest I pulled the proofs on the old hand press And I mixed tho takes in a lovely mess I mixed them up so fine and free They dusted my clothes quite thoroughlee P SThe foreman also dealt me a hand or two Glubs trumps In course of time I learned the case j Each little typo in its place The very first tune I filled my hand I threw it in to beat the band I tilled that primer case so quick I made all former records sick P SIt was eight point at that too I turned tho hand press and I wrapped tho mail I dumped the paste in the old lye pail I washed the forms when tho run was through And I rinsed them off with liquid glue Oh I rinsed them off so thorough leo The foreman spent a week looking for mo- P STlio printers throw the typo in with a hammer They showed mo the typo lice in- the face They sent me for an Italic space I found it on a beer glass rack And brought it back in a canvass sack- I throw the sack upon the floor And then bolted out and locked tho door P SOh yes I forgot It was a hornets nest Now printer devils all you may take it from rno Forget your past resplendent though it be And drive it out of your memoree Forget your past when you lay it away For you may be foreman of Tin BREATHITT COUNTY NEWS some day P SCapital punishment of devils is discouraged A special from Campton under date of March 10 says B H Tutt aged eighteen years son of S M Tutt who was cut on January 15 by George Dykes died Saturday evening Tho sher iff with a posse left immedi ately for Neola the home of Dykes to arrest him on the charge of murder At the time of the trouble between Tutt and Dykes Dykes was here attending court to answer the charge of killing Andy Wilson the leader of the Wilson side in the WilsonDykes feud Since the cutting of Tutt the Dykes have been arrestedand held under a bond on the charge of shooting and wounding Green Patrick a witness for the Com monwealth against them in tho feudcase Two men have been killed and four wounded in the WilsonDykes feud A Western editor has come to the conclusion that people who desire puffs in his paper must pay the following prices For telling the public that a man is a successful citizen when everybody knows ho is as lazy as a govern ment mule 275 refering to a de ceased citizen as one who is mourn ed by the entiro community when he knows he will only be missed by the poker circles 108 referring to some gallivanting female as an estimable lady whom W is a pleasure to meet when every bus n n a A l I Lexington Banking Trust Company Savings Department Pays 3 per cent on Time Deposits Safety Vault Boxes for Rent A GENERAL BANKING AND TRUST BUSINESS Vets as Administrator and Executor Serves as Guardian and Trustee Buys and Sells Stocks and Bonds Accounts of Eastern and Central Kentucky Banks Solicited INTEREST PAID ON BALANCES CAPITAL STOCK 60000000 STOCKHOLDERS LIABILITIES 60000000 ABSOLUTE PROTECTION TO PATRONS 120000000 LOANS MADE ON HEAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL SECURITIES SECURITY PROVIDED ON OFFICIAL BOND OUR FACILITIES ARE AMPLE FOR THE EFFICIENT TRANSACTION OF ALL BUSINESS HANDLED BY CONSERVATIVE TRUST COMPANIES CORNER SHORT AND MARKET STREETS LEXINGTON KY iness man in town would rather seethe devil coming horns hoofs and all than to see her coming toward them 310j calling an ordinary pulpit pounder an eminent divine 699 sending a tough sinner t heaven with poetry 5Lexingt- on Leader Henry Shepherd of Decoy was here Saturday Ho has recently j been appointed postmaster at that placeII I j Is there any answer boy Messenger BoyI dont know I I didnt navo time to read It New York World I CHEAPER FARM LAND Southwest Offers Best Opportu nities for Securing Homes Many farmers in the Northern and Eastern states are selling their high priced lands and locating in the Southwest Many who have been unable to own their homes in tho older country arc buying land in the now country Unusual opportunities exist along the lines of the Misssouri PacificIron Mountain Route The rich alluvial delta lands and river bottom lands of Southeast Missouri Eastern Arkansas Louisiana and Texas capable of producing 60 bushels of corn a bale of cotton 4 to 6 tons of alfalfa 150 bushels of potatoes and other grains vege tables and hay crops can be bought for 750 to 1500 per acre When cleared and slightly improved will IUplandssoil adapted to fruit growing peaches pears plums grapes berriesalso melons tomatoes and other vegetables can be bought for 500 to 1000 per acre in un improved state Many places with small clearings can bo bought very cheap This is a fine stock country No long winter feeding Free Tango pure water mild climate A healthy 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On Saturday March 24 At ono oclock piii from tho court house door in BEATTYVILLE LEE CO KY highostbidder erty to wit whiskyTwo capElevendistillingapparatus belonging to Reynolds and seized on January Cth for vio lations 2022 J L McCOY Deputy Collector 8th Dist Henry Wuttersons Paper TIlE WEEKLY CourierJournalAND BREATHITT COUNTY NEWS Both One Year For ONLY 150 The regular price of tho Con rierJournal alone is 100 Few peoplo in tho United States have not heard of tho Courier thingsfairthings it is essentially a paper Dya special familyI ment wo are enabled to WeeklyCourier Journal Breathitt County News both one year for the price named above send your subscription for the combination to tho Breathitt County News not to the Courier Journal OLErtHONEYTARC- wtf fthki FnmU fMWMla A DAY EROSC- OMPANY=Wholesale and Retail hare the most complete stock of GENERALMERCHANDISE Ever brought to jackson Consisting of 1- fiDVfJ aoodsa NofittJS tftistq 1 Ucifs j fE6oesf 1 Vo have the finest line 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 man agement of Miss Margaret Basket who can show you The Latest Style Hats direct from New York City Also GOODSJInMarketsIf or FURNITUREWe we have it by car loads to suit every body t Come and see us our SII1tlIIIIIHU111t1UIUIIIINIIIIWIIrIIIIItIIRIUJIIUtIJIIUIlI 11UtjIIiii1ii111111JJ1111 NF1 I Prices Are AH Right II- IIutIIIIIiIIIItHIUIIUIIfuLIIIIII111111IIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIII I II IUlllllIllHUIJllIl1 KlKlIIIII DAY BROS COMPANYJ- ackson Kentucky d I The Breathitt News Published Every Friday CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAR J WISE HAG INS EDITOU Local and Personal All kinds of Vegetables nt C Ilutldcns II L Dales has moved from Frozen to Simpson T M Davidson of Woburn wns hero the first of tho week Breck Herald of Herald wns hero the first of tho week You will find a complete lino of wall paper nt h U Blakes Sanford Brown of Lmnbric was hero on business Wednesday What you want in wall pnper can bo found at J U Blakes Clarence hidden has just JoUen in a nice lino of Fine Candies Rev J B Flinchem of Frozen was here on business Saturday Rev E D BOJICS of Oakdu wills n caller at our office Monda lIon M E Murphy of Froze was hero on business Wcdnesda William Griffith of Frozen was hero during tho week uttcndi court lion D D Sublctt of Salyci t villc was hero during the week nt tending court Robin Burton of Crockcttsvill teas hero the first of tho week nt tending court James Brophy returned Frid from a visit to friends in Nichol and Harrison counties Miss Kmaline Turner has ne cttpteda position as deputy in tho circuit clerks office Judge Amos Davis of West Liberty has announced as n candidate for Con JrtAiS from this district We will sell goods for less mono than any firm in town Call and sco for yourselves Noiitr NOIIIK Sim Jett of Athol returned last week from a trip down the river where he sold his logs at n good price- Ilndden iBros have opened up their new store in thc now Sewo building near the south end of tho Jackson bridge George W Denton has sold his farm near th o mouth of Trouble some to Walter C Strong consii eratlon 2000 Mr Deaton will probably remain there for th present year Peter Hays Sr diedat his home about two miles above town last Friday after a long illness of dropsy and general debility Ilis remains were buried in the Snow den graveyard tho next day Miss Bessie Hoskins left last Friday for West Virginia to isit her sister Mrs L S Thompson She stopped over at Lexington a few days as the guest of her brothers Bernie and Kelly Hoskins The Perry County Telephoiv Co has the poles sot on its nov lino to tho mouth of Grapovin and will have them set to Jackson in a few days Tho lino will prob ably bo completed and in operation 1within a short time W II WhitUkor has added 1now furniture water works and various other improvements to lib barbershop on Court street in tho Crawford building making it i ono of tho best furnished barber shops in Eastern Kentucky tThe case against Curtis Jett for tho murder of James Cockrill r was called at Cynthiana last wool and was continued until Juno 4 A motion was made by tho do fondant to have tho trial moved back to Breathitt county but was overruled by tho court E Judge Alex Strong of Athol was hero Tuesday attending court He enjoys the distinction of baring served as County Judge of both Breathitt and Leo counties while living at tho samo place His farm having been cut off to Leo in tho organization of that county Green B Maloney shot and so riously wounded Wm Maloney last Saturday morning Tho difficulty came up between them over sonic work at Muirs log camp near Simpson Green B Malonoy camo in Saturday evening and surrendered himself to Judge Taul bee who held him in a bondof of 2000 which ho gave A I j New Lettuce Onions Raddr Rhubarb Asparagus and Knlo Friday and Saturday at C Hnd dens I ho weather hero for tho Ilt1st week has been very disagrceab probably the worst during the winter rain snow sleet etc rMrs Sarah Martin who Jios on South Quicksand was thrown from a horse ono day last week and sustained fracture of tho leJ just below the knee lion Frank Hopkins Congres man from this district has beon appointed tho Kentucky member of tho Democratic campaign com mitten John E Patrick was visitii his sister Mrs C J Little at Winchester and his brother James C and Georgo H Putrid at Stanton during tho past wee All persons owing the firm of Noble Noble either by notes or accounts will call and settle nt once or collections will bo en forced Our nocda demand it Kespectfujly yours NomB S NOIILH Roy V Hcnncn of Morgan town W Vu is visiting Attorn Martin T Kelly this week Mr Ilennen is assistant geologist of West Virginia and is taking n lookat tho resources of Eastern Kentucky He is considered one of tho best of tho younger school of geologists in tho United State and is especially well known in Iris reports of tho conioil nnd ws fields of West Virginia and Western Pennsylvania His mi sf West Virginia can be found in many of the offices of Jackson A now narrow guago railror with passenger accomodations Imq been built from Natural Bridge to 1 point within four and onehnll niles of Campion by Floyd DJI and John C M Day They inter to complete tho road on to Camp ton in the early spring and the rading for tine balance of the rod will begin just as soon as tho weather will admit This road will bo a great convenience to hose who want to visit the Cam on oil fields ns tho dirt ronds Iron Torrent to Campion are now well nigh impassable Wo hope tho Day Bros who are behind his enterprise and who have done so much for that section will reJp the reward to which they are so lastly entitled Removals William Byrd has moved frolll Stevenson to Bud Backs farm on Iradbourn Sam T Landrum Inns move from Hobbins to the mouth of vost Creek- Mrs Mulctha Landrum and her son Benton have moved to the arm which she recently purchase of J L Hagins on Quicksand Marriage Licenses The following marriage license nave been issued duriitg the pnst reek William Spencer and Miss Liz zie Johnson both of Oakdalc Daniel Watson and Miss Ell Duke both of Evalyn Leo coun L y11illo Dunn sad Miss Elvin Spencer both of Robbins John ollon and Miss Nancy Totter both of Elkalawa Accident to John Wantons Chile Tho four ycar old son of Join II Blanton was seriously injured Wednesday evening bn tree fall ing on him near his home at Lnm- Iuic Ho had gone to the wood whero trees were being cut fop saw logs by his father and some hands and was not discovered un- tiI after ho had been hurt Irs lIog and Swango wore called and left hero Wednesday night but as- tho scene of tho accident is about twenty tithes from hero we hae- not heard anything further Mr lanton is the Assessor of this mnty nndit is to be hoped thnt- his child may recove- rAIYERTISEU LETTERS remainingnnaimed I lor tho week ending March 1C 106 and sent to tho Dead Lcttoi Olllco at Washington D C foi tho week ending March 3006- CBud Combs DC S Duncan IISnm Hopper IClms Ingram L Georgo Limback M Thos Minter Juno Morris QJnck ODonoll PP B Phillips sn S Strong Nettie Sewcll Persons calling for tho above mail will please say advertised D D HURST P M Hot Air Railroad II S Noble and Z II Iiller of Ned were in town Honda said to be on railroad business IInd making many promises concern tine building of the extension Their business hero Monday the said was in regard to making con tracts for laborers and matorii They reported laborers to bo erV scarce and did not succeed in em ploying a single man In Honor ofc Mr Bob Mr and Mrs A S Henry Jrno a very delightful dinner at theh beautiful home Glen Eyrie last Thursday evening Miss Mar- garct Dcnham being tine guest of honor The table was decorat with American Beauty roses nnd silver candelabra and in all it was a most enjoyable occasion Among those present wore N- and Mrs Girton Misses Dcnhat Reese and Osborne and Messr Wright Kelly and Vitz Tho Powers Case Caleb Powers will be tried nJnin ire the Kentucky courts The Supreme Court in an opinion b Justice Harlan Monday at Was ington held that the case could not bo transferred to tine Federal Count upon tho grounds set forth by the defendant and tho Stllte was awarded custody of the prisoner Justice Harlan in discussing the case indicated that it migl yet come before the Federal Court after tho final decision of tine Kentucky courts had hlen rendered Powers has been tried three tunics by tho circuit court of Scott county rind cacfi time found guilty once receiving a sentence to dentin and twice a sentence of life imprisonment but the Ken Lucky Court of Appeals interfered in each instance to prevent the execution Will Be Tried in Lee Count Circuit Court convened here Inst Monday with special Judge J L Dorsoy of Henderson on the bench Tho only business bofo tine court wins the hearing of a m Lion for a change of venue in the eases of the Commonwealth of cntucky vs Hargis Callahr tc The Judge announced thnt he would at once begin the hea lug of testimony on tho motion nnd that fifteen witnesses would Lo heard on etch side The Commonwealth proved by all their witnesses that they did not think it prof able that a jury could bo selected in this county in tho usual ten that juries arc selected that would jo able to give both tine Qommoi wealth and defense a fair and im pnrlinltrinlnnd many of the witnesses thought most of tine men ualilicd for jury service hnd formed or expressed an opinion i ho case and would therefore be isqimlificd Some of tho dcfcns witnesses were of tho samo opinion On tine conclusion of tine tcstimon lie case was argued by J J Clack and Judge Blanton for the lofcnso mind by A F Byrd for the prosecution The court announced his opinion that ho believed that neither side ould get a fair and impartial trim in this county and ordered change of venue and asked the counsel on both sides to try to agree whorl tho case should bo sent But no ounty in tine State seemed to suit both sides Tine prosecution an ounccd that they were willing thnt tho case should go to an ounty in the State that mud any railroad connection so their witnesses could attend except the junty of Lee Tine defense selected Elliott county or Knot count or Morgan county but tint rosaculion objected on tho grount that these places were almost mac sssible in tho winter months ot count of tho bad condition of the- ronds as neither of the places lint nny railroad communications The court finally decided on Leo county Iand ordered the cases moved to that county for trial Tho defendants wore allowed bnil in the sum of 10000 each I which they gave The removal of theso cases is n Jtrent relief to Breathitt county ns her dockets are already crowded nnd it will give our circuit judge II chance to clear them up It wiltulso remove tho scene of excitement from among us and give our pcoplo a chance to attend to their business pursuits and to for- WJt as much as possible all their old troubles and unpleasantness Vo hope tho people of Leo county will treat both sides with such and impartiality that IIfairness side will have any just complaint MRS JIAIlCUilS STATEJIE I The following is taken from the Lexington Leader of March 11 JACKSON Kr March 10In regard to tine order of Judge Dor soy in slowing bail to James lInr gis and others charged with the murder of J B Marcum the following statement inns been gii en out by Mrs Marcum- I notice in the columns of tho Lexington Herald of March 8 nn inquiry from certain citizens of Anderson county as to why hulJo Horse allowed bail to James lInr gis and others charged with the murder of my husband in ad vane of tho motion for bail boo fore the motion for change or venue was settled Judge Dorsey gives as his reason for Jrnnlin bail that tho jail was not in II sanitary condition and that it would probably impair tho health of tho prisoners Witnesses were introduced both by tho defend ants and by tho Commonwealth to prove the condition of the jnil and tine number of persons confined The proof showed that it was not a very pleasant and agn able place but that it was in ns good condition as jails are ordi narily kept in Tine jail I understand was inn better condition than when turned over by the Hargis admi istrution to Jailer Little on the first day of January and no other prisoners had heretofore been nd pitted to bail so far as I Imow on account of the sanitary conditions of the jail nor the numbers confined The prisoners confined at tine same time with Judge IInr Iris were charged with sund crimes such as liquor selling another penal offenses and no len iency was asked for nor offered to my of these I make no complai against tho order of Judge Dors if ho believed that ho was dis charging his duty in so doing but it is to be borne in mind that the man whom these prisoners are charged with killing was taken without a word of warning nnd ho has never been given emancii lion nor liberty from the etemnl confinement into which he Wag consigned It may be tho ctlstom of courts to allow temporary bnil regardless of the enormity of the crime alleged yet there seems se far as I know to be no justice tion for such action under the llw Personally I was very much im pressed with Judge Dorscy as ting a gentlemen of tho hiJhcst typo and a lawyer of ability nnd ho same impression was made upon the people of Jackson so far ns I Mayo heard Tho motion which comes up- jofore Judge Dorscy on next 1Ion lay for change of venue nlteJes that such a state of lawlassne exists in tine county that a fnir rial cannot be had together with carious other reasons It is not meant that such lawlessness oxists lint firearms will bo resorted to but that tho Commonwealth not Imvo a fair trial on account of tho fact that there is no competent jllr men in this county and in the counties adjacent I believe thllt 1111 the good citizens of this sectic nave already formed and expressed heir opinion as to tine guilt or innocence of the defendants and hould these bo summoned should be discharged on that account Another obstacle in the wns of laving the trial in this count would be tho fact that the defend nnts would probably object to the present sheriff acting in tic trinl of tho cases and an elisor woul nave to ho appointed Tho noun icing a stranger and therefore nol nowing anything about the props men for such work would be lia blo to select somo ono altogcllu prejudicial to ono side or the othc and thereby preclude an impartial nnd fair trial Justice is what want at tho hands of those in nu lority and I hope thnt the coin liargcd with tine administrate of justice in this case will grant fnir and impartial hearing When my husband was bein ursucd by tho vile wretches wh souJht his life and when it be came apparent that the awful pic was formed to take his life promised him that I would spar nothing in prosecuting his slayer if they should succeed This 1- havo done in a feeble way am this I will continue to do so long ns power and strength are given mo for such arduous and trying aty I feel that tine men charger with this crime are entitled to nc morc favors at tho hands of justice 1 than any other men charged with a similarly grave offense A great many railroad ties hav8 been brought down during tho last few days which wore sold at good pric- esMEN WANTED Seventy good timber cutters wnntedlit once Apply at Le Rose Owsley county K P LUHBER CO 3121 A BETSCHER Supt 0 SS5SSSSESESESESHSE 5- HWATCHES e m nu iMi CLOCKS SILVERWARE SILVER NOVELTIES CUT GLASS 1M UMBRELLAS and nil kinds of FIRST ciss JEWECiiY G S D FLEENOR u- Iu JEWELER AND OPTICIAN tfl nJACKSON15225252S2S25S25252S52 5J1E11FF 5LE Breathitt Circuit Court J Andrew Cain Plaintiff- vs Decretal Sale C L Terrill By virtue of a judgment and or derof sale in the nhorest led cnsc entered at the February tern 190C of the Breathitt Circui Court Ior one of my deputies will on- SATURDAYI MARCH 17 190 I near the residence of tho defend ant C L Terrill on Froze Creek Breathitt County Ky oi fcr for sale to the highest an best bidder tho following describe property towit One steam saw mill boiler engine and tho fixtures belongin thereto located near Logan Ter rills residence on Frozen Creek Breathitt County Kentucky TUIIMS Sale will be made on i credit of three months Bond t be executed with good arid ap proved security payable to tint Sheriff of Breathitt county Bone to bear legal interest from day oj sale and haying tho force and of feet ofn replevin bond This March 1st 1900 Amount of debt and inter est to daof sale 55391 Costs 27 Oi Total 5809B- UECK CUAWFOKD S B C i Bv S II FUOATE D S This illustra tion is the Exact size The No 4- Mercantile Fountain Pen Best Pen 311 earth for the money Price 250 We also carry best values in 1 and 150- Fountain PensHEINTZ JEWELER Opposite Pinoeni- xLEXINUTON FOUNTAIN PENS- REPPIRED JIF IM f t n 111 A good place to buy Drugs is where accuracy and W- tt experience prevail WE HAVE HAD TUg EX t1 illOurt tected in every way if you bring your prescription t here No one in this store is allowed to handle a 4- i prescription who is not thoroughly competent 11 W 11 PURE DRUGS AND CHEMICALS W tl t kind we use here in compounding 111prescriptions tJ1 Ili RELIABLE RUBBER GOODS Ill Bandageshthing called for in this market If you call tIsomething we do not have in stock we will get llforyou without extra charge itg11 WE MAE A SPECIALTY OF i FINE = 1r CIGARS AND TOBACCOS Ill 1- 1l JACKSON DRUG CO 11- 1h IV- l w x Big Cut Pacific Coast Rates Daily until April 7 Call or write and let me give you full information about our Personally Conducted Excursions and daily tourist cars to the Pacific Coast a W M SHAW District Passenger Agent CB Q Ry 1 436 Vine st Cincinnati O n 5H5HSaSBSE5H5E5E5E5H5H5H5HS25E5H5E5H5HFErS2SH5Hi i l R M SHELY T MANUF CTUKEK AND DEALEK IxeMARBLE AND GRANITE l1 Monumentsaand TombstonesSatisf- actionr rn guaranteed Call or writo for prices and save money by buying from us 22 YEARS EXPERIENCE III JACKSON BREATHITT COUNTY KENTUCKY 5252525252S2S252525252sJj5a5252s2 S2s BEST HOTEL IN THE FREE BUS TO and FROM CITY DEPOT ARLINGTON HOTELS S TAULBEE PROP JACKSON KY GOOD LIVERY STABLE IN FIRST CLASS SAMPLE CONNECTION ROOMS 5252SC5252S21fnv 7 JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK Jackson Kentucky Paid up Capital and Surplus 271000UI I1 we solicit the Banking Business and accounts of 1M a Lumber Manufacturers DealersN1 mm Business Men mm I Merchants m offer our Customers FarmersI Within the limits of legitimate business COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY v S5525weda aSdFd5a5c5resaIS jluUlns I 0 4 Y tt SheSo Dauber has given up the pen for the brush He Yes lIes a street sweeper now New York World Vcll Worth Trying thII Blown the popular j en lion Mttorney of PitUfield Vt aysNex I an pension the best thing to get is Dr Kings New Life Pills lie writes hey keep rmy family In splendid health Quick cure for headache constipation and biliousness 5f laranteed at Jackson Drug Co 1900 Calendars For 1906 Do you throw away your old cal endars A Paris statistician has discovered that it is a mistake to o- So and being of on economical turn of mind has discovered further that calendars for 1900 will serve cquall wall for 1906 As a rule of course a calendar is only of use eleven Bcarsilatcr and leap year upsets this dlciilaUon pretty often But as 1UOO was allotted 365 days only in rtcad of 366 the days of the 1906 week fit exactly those of 1900 London Express Tho Breath of Ufo Its H significant fact that the strongest animal of its size the gorilla nisi has the largest lungs Powerful lungs means powerful creatures llow to keep the breathing organs right should ba mans chelf study Luke thousands of there MM Ora A Stephens of Port Williams 0 has learneJ how to do this She writes 5 Three bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery stopped inj rough of two years and cured me of ubat my friends thought consumption O its grand for throat and lung trou Lies Guaranteed by the Jackson Urug Co Price 50P and f1 00 Trial bottle free The Terms Suited Him The late J Warren Bigelow for many years a prominent member of the Worcester county board of commissioners was fond of relating this storyOne winter day a man stood in front of a store where mens shirts were displayed A few were hung cute de and one particularly took his fancy Without waiting to in quire the price he seized itand started down the street The dealer happened to see him and immediately gave chase Seeing that the thief outran him ho cried out Well if I dont get the jny in this world I shall in the world to core I Oh called back the man with the shirt if you want to wait till then Ill take another shirtlDos tout Herald A Chicago Alderman Owes His Election to Chamberlains Cough Remedy hI can heartily and conscientiously recommend Chamberlains Cough Remedy for affections of the throat std lungs says lion John Shenick ZOO S Peora St Chicago Two sears Bjo during a political campaign I a caught cold after being overheated which irritated my throat auto I was finally compelled Ito stop as I could nut speak aloud In my extremity a friend advised me to use Chamberlains Couch Remedy I took two doses that afternoon and could not believe my senses when I found the next tn rning the Inflammation had largely sibiided I took several doses that day kept right on talking through the cam imign and I thank this medicine that I won my seat in the council This remedy Is for sale by Jackson Drug Co Bare Hlr JInkagets a pension Dlr Has ho a war record IIIx Yes ho was hazed twice at tho Naval academy 1 Do Sot Uo Imposed Upon Foley A Co Chicago originated limey and Tarns a throat and lung rtvnedy and on recount of the great 0 merit and popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar many imitations are offered fjr the genuine These worthless iml lotions have similar sounding names Beware of them The genuine Foleys Honey and Tar U in a yellow package Ark for It and 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rcmedr Write for It today PEPSIN SYRUP CO Monticello Illinois Sold JACKSON DRUG CO Iolr Moilcr Lllquelte This custom originated In the elev enth century when assassination be- Ing unhealthily frequent married men courteously encouraged their wives to- go before themSketch G B Buriians Testings Aftor Four Years G B Burhans of Carlisle Center N Y writes About four years ago I wrote you stating that I had been en tlrely cured of a severe kidney trouble by taking less titan two bottles o f Foleys Kidney Cure It entirely stop ped the brick dust tedlment and pain and symptoms of kidney disease diap peared I am glad to Bay that I have never lieda return of any of those symptoms during Ihn four years that have elapsed and I am evidently cured to stay cured and heartily recommend Foleys Kidney Cure to any one suf fering from kidney or bladder trouble Jackson Drug Co When Lightning Strikes a Tree Professor Atkinson an expert in electricity is authority for the theory that it is not so much the me chanical force exerted by a lightning stroke that tears a tree to atoms as the explosive force caused by the sudden conversion of the fluids ill the tree to gases Tho heat of the lightning vaporizes the fluids and the expansion is so violent that tin tree is rent fragments Champion Liniment for Illicit mutism Chas Drake a mail carrier at Chap vllle Conn says Chamberlains Pain Balm In the champion of all linl merits The past year I WAS troubled a great deal with rheumatism in my shoulder After trying several cures the storekeeper hero recommended thin remedy and it completely cured me There is no use of anyone suffering from that painful ailment when this liniment can be obtained for a mall sum One application gives prompt relief and its continued use for a short time will produce a perma nent cure For sale by Jackson Drug Company Mark Twains Toast Mark Twain who celebrated his seventieth birthday not long ago is still able to enjoy life with the zest of a Peter Pan nor has he nppar cntly forgotten the delights of stol en sweets for the other day when temperance organizations were un der discussion his contribution to spokeforto decide as the true humorist al ways does was this brief remark Taking the pledge will not make improveitNew Dont frown look pleasant If you are suffering from indigestion or sour stomach take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure lion Jake Moore of Atlanta Qa says I suffered more than 20 years with Indigestion A friend recommended Kodol It relieved me In one day and I now enjoy better health than for whattsour gas on itomach belching etc Sold by Jack ion Drug Company fOImKlDNEYCURE Make Kidneys nail Bladdtr Right II Customer llut are you sure they wont shrink- DenierMy dear I wears them myself every day It ruin- sStarvIng to Death Because her stnmnjh was so weaken ed bs useless drugging that ain could not cat Nrb Mary H Walters St Clair tit Columbus 0 was lllornllj starving to death She writes My stomach was to weak from useless drucs that I could not eat and my nerves so wrecked that I could not sleep and not before I wits given up to din was I induce I to try Elecrlc titters with the wonderful result that improvement began at once and n como plete cure followed Uest health ton Ic on earth 501 Guaranteed by the Jackson Drug Co New Inlet to Alaskan Goldfields The building of the Alaska Cen tral railroad from Seward is proving to be an encouragement to prospectors to explore the country along This line resulted in the location of several gold bearing quartz claims in the vicinity of Ke nai lake some twenty miles from the town of Seward Several yery fine specimens of quartz showing- frco gold were brought out from this section lato in the season and the probabilities arc that some system atic development will be attempted this yearWT 31 Brewer in En gineering Magazine Cures lilootl Poison Cancer Ulcers If you have offensive pimples or eruptions ulcers on any part of the body aching bones or Jolt Is fnlllnc hair mucous patches swollen glands skin itches and burns sore lips and Hums eating festering sores sharp gnawing pains then jou sulfa front serious blood poison or the beginnings of u deadly cancer You may be per manently cured by taking Metallic Blood Balm n B B made especially to care the worst blood and skin die eases Heal every Aule or ulcer even deafly cancer stops all aches and pains nod reduces all swellings Bo tanic Blood Balm cures all malignant blood troubles such as eczema scabs and scales pimples running sores carbuncles scrofula Druggists U- ro prove It cures sample of Balm sent free and prepaid by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe trouble and free medical advice sent in sealed letter A Wrona Idea I say nuntlc what that funny man with the red coat lies been hunting dear Oh He hasnt caught much has he auntie7 Punch Dangers of Pneumonia- A cold at this time If neclrctfd is liable to causa pneumonia which en often fatal and even when the patient hat recovered the lungs are weakened making them peculiarly susceptible to the development of consumption Foleys Honey and Tar will stop the cough heal and strengthen the lungs and prevent pneumonia La grippe coughs yield quickly to the wonderful curative qualalies of Foleyri Honey and Tar There is nothing else Just us good Jackson Drug Co Ulnlorr IteiicnU Itself l Gee Like Julius Caesar Ive went an burned me britches behind met New York World If It IB a bllloui attack rake Cham berlalns Stomach and Liver Tablet and a quick cure Ii certain For tale by the Jackson Drug Company 1 dA c 0 A Happy Home To have a happy home you must have children as they are great happyhome makers If a weak woman you can be made strong enough to bear healthy children with little pain or discomfort to yourself by taking 1WINE CARDUI I Womans Relief It will ease away all your pain reduce inflam mation cure leucorrhea whites falling womb ovar ian trouble disordered menses backache headache etc and make childbirth natural and easy Try it At every drug store in 100 bottles WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly telling us all your troubles Wo will send free advice In plain sealed envelope AJJress La AdvlsoryDeptTheChattanoogaMedicine One wetted think me mxativtt Idea inn cough syrup should have been ad vanced long before It wu It seems the only rational remedy fur coughs and cold would be to mive the bowel and clean the mucous membranes of the throat and lungs at the same time Kennedys Laxative Hnuoy and Tar dues this It Is the original Laxative Cough Syrup the best known remedy or Coughs 0ld Croup VhoopinR CouRn etc Tastes good and lsrm era Sold by the Jackson Drug Cu Aecciil AVIlIi Ilcnanrf AIr Crow Come on Maria thoroa a nlco old gentleman waving to us to come down and cat some ee vasNew York World A Safe Cough Jlcrtlfliio tor Children In buying a eolith medicine for children never be afraid to luy Cham borlalnB Cough Remedy There is no danger from It and relief is ulways sure to follow It especially valuable for colds croup and whooping cough For sale by Jackson Drug Company Good treason W IoTII TD Old Blood But my dear young mnn I cant understand you being a Had leal Young Blood Ay dear old chap my mother ln lawa a Conservative Tat Ier To Cure n Felon says 3am Kendall of Ihlllipebiirg Kar just cover it over with Buck lens Arnica Salve and the Salve will do the rest Quickest cure for burns bolls sores scalds wounds piles ec zema salt rheum chapped hands Forefeet and stre eyes Only 255 at the Jackson Drug Co Guaranteed Cheaper You Know Iathcr Can you take a tooth out for my eontr Dentist Yes but If 1 give him gas It will cost you D shillings Father Oh well Ill como again when Its daylight then Scraps If you are troubled with piles and cant find a cure try Witch Hazel Salve but be sure you get that made by E 0 DoWilt do Co Chicago It It the Original If you have used Witch Ha zel Salve without being relieved It is probable that you haye got hold of one of the many wortheii conterfelt that are sold on the reputation oi the genu Ine DaWItti Witch Hazel Salve Sold by the Jackson Drttg Co 4- i II DUE TO CARDUI and nothing else Is my baby girl now two weeks oM writes Mrs J P West of Webster City Iowa She Is a tine healthy babe and we are both doing nicely m The best enfcKUnrd Iln8t headache Cniiitlpiitlon and liver trouble is De 11itta Little Early Risers Keep n vial of tiles t fnmotH little pills In Ihp house and take n dni at Iced lime when you feel that the stomach Mid boHuU need cleaning They dont gripe Sold by time Inrkunn Drug Co A Stickler Hots Giblets stick to his friends V Yes till they have spent their last centSt Louis PostIU patch Clears the Coinploxlon IOrlno Laxative Fruit Syrup ftlinii lutes the liver std thoroughly elennti the system and clears tha complfxlun of pimples and blotches It Is the ben laxntivR for wumen and children an It U mild and pleasant and does nut grips or sicken Orino is much super lot to pills aperient water and nil ordinary cathartics as It does not Irri tate time stomach and bjwuls Jackson Drug Co ill iinlbi The strangest thing ever was done By an African apes eldest lion He a lioness wed Or to Ive heard said So now tho young couple aye one Now York World iI For un Impaired Appetite Loss of appetite always results fron faulty digestion All that is needed e a few doses of Chninherlnlnt Stomach and Liver Tablets They will invlgor ate the stomach strengthen the dines tlon and give you an appetite like wolf These tablets also act as n gen tle laxative For sale by Jackson Drug Company Indigestion ID much of n habit Don1 get the habit Take a little Kodol Dyspepsia Gun after eating and you will quit belchliit iiufTIiiR palpitating and frowning Kodol dlgetts what you at and makes the stomach sweet Sold by Jauksun Drug Co Jlothers everywhere praise One Min ute Cough Cure for the siiffcrltigs it has rcleved nod the lives of their little ones it bus saved A certain cure for coughs croup and whooping cough Makes breathing easy cuts out phlegm and draws out the inflammation It should be kept on hand for immediat use Sold by Jackson Drug Co FOUND- Juhnll Dean had a pain In his back for about five years audit finally be cameMpgVfatthat ho could not work ndln c not walk at times ttveral physicians failed to cure him I but he found a remedy It was Smith Kidney and Nerve Tonic For sale by 8 H SUdham Son Jackson Kv I RAILROAD TIME TABLES 1 Lexington tasiern Ry VINT13It TIMI2 TAHLJL- EFFKOTJVE OOTOKEU 22 If05 WEST BOUNDco Dalty NoJ I l3zSunlay I2X Dally Sunday AM tnIvJackFnn 028- O 21tm A K Junction 029 2JO Q88 24ElkiilawfOnkdnle 0 40- OGO 2 411 Alhul 260- Tnllega 701 14St Hilens 710 910 Iteattyvlllo Jun 720 326 Torrent 741 8 47 Natural Bridge 801 401 btanton 8 28 430 Clay Oily 837 439 1415 Junction 010 608 Winchester 923 ISO M Lexington 1010 b05 EAST BOUND 4dallyn Sunday HX Sunday- PM A At Iv lcxlngtun 225 745- Vlnnlietter 310 825- I A E Junction 322 837 Clay Oily 860 913 Stanton 4 00 P23 Natural Bridge 435 Ol Torrent 449 1008 Deattyvllle Jun 6 11 1029 St Helens 621 1040- Inllegn 6 33 1051 Alhul 641 10 C- OOnkdale 648 1100 Klkatawa 801 1122 O AK Junc COS 1128 ArJncknon 810 1180 All trains dally except Sunday Trains NUB 3 and 4 make connection nt llenttyvfllu Junction with L A A Hallway for local sUllon en I A A Railway and connect at 0 A K 1 mire Slut fur locnl stations on the O A K hallway Kos 1 and 3 connect at Tle E Juno SterlingJCHAS SCOTT G I A One bottle at Smiths Kidney m Nerve Tonic cured Marion Hall of a we aklick It was ao bad that II couldnt gut up what lie vat dt r wlhout being In coiilliHUis mk misery fur at least MIIH hour S Id I KyPriceaUORQETOWN Sct EXINUTOs TRACTION CO Partstumor wv n I p In Leave Paris every hour frin dngetareLeave lexliictin forGeorgetown uv XIIltnLeave Georgetown every hour from 0 a m to 10 p m except 10 a un12 m and 7 and 9 p in- V AlEXANDKK President New Tourist Car Service Via The Iron Mountain Route Commencing Tuosdny Nov Slat and thereafter tho first told third Tuesdays of eachmonth wo will operate n through Tourist Car bo twcon St Louis nnd Mexico City via tho Iron Mountain Route plI1Jorfur titer information address II C Townsend G P d T A8t Louis Mo AJ Gallagher D P A410 Walnut St Cincin nnti O FOLEnIiONEYANDTAl atop tbo oou Jim andh11ungs Kool O TK Railway KfTeitlvo M21ml lfeJ6 tindIiH IIII E4 t P IUJ 6r PM Lv IM Ah IM A k 710 101 CRIIIIPI tttty 1940 620 567t i Nl hill Ilnmplon 1202 405 862I58it6 2g0OlJena IIfO 810 taJ 295 JRlkon 14116 8J ITNoncotrnn nt 0 K Junction with Niii 8and J for points on the Lpxlrmiun A Kiuturn Ktillvvny MI ONIIn Pop Louisville d Atlantic Ry Fdf dull lf011E5r Wi I 30Arlv 10y60 8 45 r u- Iv Irrlnlo 12 25 6 20 Ar Itlchmond 1 80 0 35tAMIvAr 28NichulnMhle fibLuuisvllhEASTKOUNl A fn IM 880Ar12Palley10iI Ulchmoiid 11 JG g O 1 At 45I7 W I tAr ItiMtlyvllIti 2 CO 0 30 COAr1130IIIt A W a A luchmond jioridai I Cuba reached in comfort vim QUEEN CRESCEHI ROUTE MD- SOUTHERN RY THREE TRAINS A DAY Chicago Florida Special Is Santo Jiaaary Sib IHi 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