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Best Advertising Medium i IN BREATHITT AND ADJOINING COUNTIES I Y I J WISE IIeotx e Editor and Pilblilher = 1 A Nwwsrerl It fOTND 10 RlterS OF EiSTKBtf SKENT00KV + ONE DOLLAR PER INADTN b lJL = = = j IVolume V 57 1r cl soIente nx y 11 1906 = Number 29- r i 11 HURRY FOR BARGAIN AT TII13 a t rrrr STAR CLOTHING HOUSE I fvo have rocmvedfyrpiil Now York ti largo stock of a Mens Parity Spring Suit SpringPantat Sprung and SenunerClothin Also nn elegant lino of it- Ladles Skirts and Dress Patterns j f aand Shirtwaists nnda Imndsomo lino of Ladies V Trimmed Hats and a swell line of Womons nudJMona Shoes and also a fancy lino of b Iand Sumnwr Undorwear allsic3v and I n nobby lino of tho latest styles in Mens and Boa huts also S tmw 1 Hate Ve also have a tine lino of Dry Goods and Notions Trunks Etc EXTRA WIHI2S IN SUITS AND PA St FIRESTEIN STERI u2sr25ZeJZsa 52S25i S252555c525 S2S2 FLOYD DAY President J SAML HEAD In Cashier y P OK AWFOUDVScc Pros W S 1OPPEK Asst Cushier G M P DAVIS Acting Cushier r- c 1 11 kiJAcKsONDposiriJackson Kentucky Cc Paid up Capital and Surplus 2710000 C I m tye solicit tho Bankinp business and accounts of u Jg iJ Lumber ManufacturersG j Timber Dealerspm Business Men Merchants JI ffi 11 Farmers Wfr w R Ir Throughout Enatern Kentucky and olTor our itI noilr K G LIBERAIIITERMS U A Within the limiu of legitimate business m a- fta c = fc I 1 t caaCwrkO Sd52SLLEOTNS J ILLIE8tf e School of Business r M E MILLIKAN Principal Offers unexcelled courses of instruction in M SHORTHAND i everyqTYPEWRITINGTouch System under a special teacher Single and double keyboard machines Drilling in forms of Typewriting in eluding writing from dictation Our pupils become export operatorsBOOKKEERING U FullPcouwe motic Correspondence Commercial Law Penmanship and Business Practice OUR PUPILS GET POSITIONS ASK FOR LISTS ELEVATOR SHORT ST ENTRANCE SOUTHERN MUTUAL BUILDING LEXINGAprly XSC charwrlaIs Ctu h Remidr- cwH c Cttalq sad ti6 ag Samgh- t r k 4- CI r Y n- r yf k- TYBREATH fy NEWSy t L 3 r v- I Chamberlains CoulhRemedy Cures Colds Croup t Mrs henry Miller ot Hose franca is in very poor hcnjtli C Ortks nnd W W Collins qJ Klkaluwu woro hero on bpsitics Monday 11 F Fronblt nett Inulthlcr Miss Mngtfic of Winchostor were visiting Cho fnmilof JJ C Hack Inst week There awns JollvMuvirnrty nt haven Koost Saturday Thoyoun folks Imd ujidcliaJitfulHimo bo tWl11 showers IL G Uolin nnd wife of May IMVM ate visiting ttictr on TJT Holin and grandsons r Gand Win Bolin this week Tom Cockrell of Jackson and oflr his city Monday April30Bcat tyville News Mrs John Wilcher who is liv tuff with hor daughter Mrs hug Frazior on Meeting HousofPrnnch is quite unwell for her speedy recovery LC Bohunnon returned lust week froni Frankfort where ho lint been to ills a petition for the pi olp oS JI18 son Bud Bphnnnon before tl Board of Prison Com- mlssionclS iA reception was giyjsn nt the college dormitory last Friday even jnjj jn honor of the raduatint class of this year lie nlfair wml a dqcidgd success and nil cpjoySd u very pleasant ovcninjr The home of A C streakTrtiublcsomojGreelr was J lightning early last Friday morn lag Several stones wore knocked from tho chimney anda board at the corner of tho bedrooms was splintered very badly Fortunate no one was hurl but it gave tncle Ab and his tamiln mighty bad scare f JaJy r I Is I rri ii Nn thenna o t till wart In e sinnt ton ti ini loweivQuicksand They arc Miss II cTKrnuIof New York City who is u graduate of n training school in Chicago nnd Miss Kath i urine timely of tho Norlhfield I Mass Bible School They nrc yry earnest capable workers and will do much good et ornlmissionn1 es of tho So oibt3 of Soul Winters met Dr i tiucrrnnt in con lcncc ridaSrit- I iKlkatawtt Tho work is urivTery tosl 9rolls condition Jov york Iorsnto arriving every few days inml ufo being assigned the of labor in the monntainsrtt- t rttt ft f ml 1isc9unlr owes Dr Icrr and his helpers a debt o tt for what they have do cfoing 4J trtp5 of The Co c u I uevnh run so befo euauln my llvln days she nsscrtal You knows me who I nui an uhum I Turn ulghs wells I who you Is I reckon Majo Vaurevel Yes yes 1 know Will you tell me Jllzrnnberrylsub tint who fended me IInIt a VQUomous hurry done do Raniol Yes Why Does she want me Mamie omitted a screech Deed she mos evcrlasiuly tIM Dat do voy exacklntles llvin tlng sho does1 not watt Tlien what is it Mamie- Icmmo my bret sub on you polo yono whiles I tell you Sho say to me she say Is youjqualuted Majo Vanrevel Jlamlo s she au I upn Not to speak wld dcy hone on cm I don knows by sight nn uono Letterer dna him I say Den sho say she say You run all do way I an the tint young nine sho say s she an If you don git dab to ho leave cr don stop him on do way den God Imlghty forgive she say But you tell him Cum Julio Tauberry not to come nigh this house or dls gyahdcti dls night Tell Lint that Jano Tanberry warn him he must keep outer Carowos way ontel ho safe on de boat toinorrer Tell him Jane Tanberry beg him to stay In ho own room tits night nn dat olio beg It on her heated knees An1 Ube ssy to mil wlinn LtrJi llet whlt 4 A- e Ilan trt Qro per Lifinntoes ire a5- 4 grown n Jlavo the M Dose av rich a foot deep Sea he sect bed itN a Uoxln the latch a jAio warni est room intho me 11 her three inches lll MI1 take out plant trni1splili1t to wherc there is more 8pfee for them They should be trMH tiled tvlll r- eight inches high t deep in thc soil pouring a hj wnlcr ec rootsOJ 6 I Toinntoes mustj Blnr amount ofpolaslintqthrive A nod R Iirst lllSS for this vegotablif one plant to every fnur1ftAt hrwn II set a or if ftQfch way 3 GOO planL acresIf a hundred plntitrl J cd up and trimmed i Qhii l nls the fruit will f it ndreach the highest If there tB- iwhellt strawonth6 1 in Jtnc mulch beneatl h l ntsTho niiUcli will keap thaSmtpr in the soil lind JnpfM th C1a f tomai iTwPilate ii j1fUWl bJ f1tirie ll1otnshH Ql ncrc of lantJLcfot lltljiset whore tf y a r yieldof frufirjsi frlirt2O0- to 400 b ts e will be ai 7 t tpei aew of- tbinatoosthat gin edTon a ning purposes Y All the re rspto Afi tulist nla3 100 nt c iti Ihnbs rom ffrpva plants transplanting that tffticw troll 6 jHdfttcnn bo Btarttf This cin he Bono in Juno nn hty by putt ting nt least 8 inches pf the limbs under the soil and tering the cut tomato limb soitWill absorb the wnter until rootieVs form Southern AstricltlMt If you are thinkujtAf buying a Phonograph read advertise mont of the Edi lOgrnph in this issuotau1 henry S- iheights ft tp a3 All tho saloons in Lexington were closed tight last Sunday by an order from Mayor Thomas A Combs and in the future they will be required to stint tip ntmidnight lavingnction of the Mayor is tho result of the killing of Martin Clnrk in loon there Sunday a week ngo v bJivo made arrangements by which wo can o vilo Daily Icnildantf The Breath itt County NcVs tlli one NU- rfor200 The 11crltl nhas 3 to 12Ixiloc off Is- linble to bGwithd bi n ay time so iyeniad oret on Ij bla pallor ttauhtooet Oll mud than thisx fa p k T The Two YaMerasi r l 1i I tBy BOOTH TARKINGTOt rz Author Ccntlt man From Indiana and Mondeur iii calr-ejC 1 Copyright 1001by S S McClure ccum knows not git I onsuh but sin your t i can sen u tKelson ceo Intlut house fits cvcnlh An huh I is an liyuh you Is an de blessed Jesus be thank you Is hyuhl Tom regarded her with n grave at button Whnt made Mrs Tanberry think I might bo coming there tonight Deys curous coins onjii dat house sub Do young lady she nlu like her sell All do day long she wauduh up ill down an rouii at 6ut Mlz Tan berry are a mighty guesslfylng worn an an do minute I telllJ r what Nelse pee she spec you nco1uh1nn that ue boss mos plutedly proparln fo IIi Can you make It n little clearer for rile Minnie Im afraid I dont under standWell sub you know that ole man Nelson he allays tell me cvytlng he know nn evytlng ho think ho know jass do same Huh nllut ole Noise ho mos sessful culld nan jn do worl to crops foun do mouse an pick up do gossip an gltdo to an behlno cr whutft goln on So t ak dnt ho see do boss when htfcotno i t9de9 even tu tck dat heavy inudkct pffn do racks nn loula clean lier an ho do it wld a mighty bad rook bout de inouf Den ho gone up tto do cupoly nn let it dab nil dolt como down ngln Whiles dcy nil catin ho flounce theo time da be goln be way cnduln do eveulnj Den ho gone out do front do an out de gates an down do street Den h den sun taint taou arhalf u tur ngo Nclsp j r f- w CO Irojall Bay i11 C j Yl1Q JCome run de stable keepln close In by do shrubbery an cropu lu de bal room winder wlch ls close to tlo groan sub Nebo uz a clpaulii ho hamesH III de hack yod au ho let ou itot to see him like Mind Hetty1 he wnlklu In her gyahilcnan Mir Tat berry fan ou dc poch Xelse be slill debouso wliuh dj lights ills lit ai stan nu llstcu long time lu de Jlberrl at ie toot er hellstabs nllt bo hlhCat maiOiiovo wub Deli Xelllo kilO dat he doilts cro o up to de cupoly rout ama itii8HettIii dali waltln JI an tole me an 1 bci r tefcr iBbwrycouio liude kltcbuuv a- ILfit oV ahrf tofc her An sbe uile r HieTbyph to you run Au It u Buz agla 1ft uxl God Imlghtr mitaer kept yotfoHlel I got hyuh Jo 1 wasnt going Ton sinllw upon her Hhdly I dare say theres 11 simpler explanation Dont you sill poso that if Xulsou was right and Mi Carewe really did como back it WOII because be dlif pot wish his daughte BudMrs Tanberry to know thatthe he expected a party of friends possl bly W Join him there later What he dolu wW that gun suh 2 Nobody goln play eyelids ner trow dice wld n gun is deyi asked Mamii as she rose and walked toward tJo door 40htlmt was probably liy chance 0 IIf slid cried vehemently An dent gelmun would ploy tnlglr IlorllolkijJQjiibe yIJ bo In a state ft mine onto fum me nn I goln hurry bast ij 6I conic darsuh 1 kh tell t you say you sutuey alt comnnjb o neighborhood dli tLt hall no octopi of coming ten i erIIIMlle b1yI shall not go out at all this evc hut It lght WlSklUdj fRtocome p to but had gout 1 +lkl ii tre urn tb the o Instead e wermtelowty tip lo his loom Iadcinj1rst CrollesU oo- rspfaWere often lockooi Id c C at disorder end unOiil ck In his own chamber It only kl for him 11 closb the lids of w j4g boxes nUll to pack a small tr Which he meant to take with him to the camp qf the state troops aadQcwould be ready for departure this task aud concluding that tbre was no necessity to wear hUi unlfltni on tho steamboat decidedly place t In time trunk and went to the bed where he had folded end left It It was not there nor dd a thor ought search reveal It anywhere in the room Yet no one could have stolen It for wlt fC hall dowToi tu iwJrflour Mamie had come within aTow minutes after Cralley went out and during his conversation with her tho office door had been open no one could have passel without being seen Also a thief would have taken other things as well as the uniform and surely Cralley must have heard Cralley would Cralley Then Tom remembered the figure in the long cloak and the military cap and with a sick heart began to under stand lie had rcadthe Journal and he knew why Cralley might wish to masquerade In a majors uniform that olggjfjTlf Miss Carewo read It too and a strange wonder rose in her mind this and a word would convince her Tom considered Improbable that the woudorVold rise for circumstances had toowetlestablished her In a mistake trlvlat and Jmllnary enough at first rntjjy the contusing of two flames by flew to the town lIu- tiO strength cry continuation alleys impass that sho no d t set Cummings paragraph s d paper error Stili fo bo on tup cafe t aTorn sighed rather bitterly Ue was convinced that the harlequin would como homo soon replace the uniform which was probably extremely becom ing to him us they were of a height and figure much the same and after ward in his ordinary dress would sally forth to spend his last evening with Faiicbou Tom wondered how Cralley would feel and what ho would think about himself while ho was changing his clothes but he remembered his partners extraordinary powers of men tal adjustment and for the first tlmo in his life Yaiircrul mode no allowance for the others temperament and thero mme to him a moment when he felt that ho could almost dislike Cralley Gray At all events he would go out until galley had come and gone again for be had no desire to behold the mas queradera return So ho exchanged its dressing gown for a coat fastened his collar had begun to arrange bis cravat at tho mirror when sudden ly the voice of tho old negress seemed to sound close beside tutu lu the room lloa setthi dah waltint The cravat was never tied Toms Lands dropped to his sides as he started back from time staring face in tho mirror Robert Carewe was waiting nnd Crallcy All at once there was but one vital necessity In the world for Tom Vanrevel that Wits to find Cralley He must go to Crnlley even In Carewe8 own house He must goo Cralleyl lIe dashed down tho stairs and Into the street Tho people were making n greAt uproar in front of the hotel ex ploding bombs firing muskets In the air sending up rockets and rapidly crossing tho outskirts of tho crowd he sassed Into Carewe street unnoticed Hero the detonations were not so deaf ening though tho little steamboat at tho wharf was contributing to the con fusion with all in her power screeching simultaneously approval of tho celebra Lion and her last signals of departure At tho first corner Tomhad n2 more t a- Rc N t1 a it Tl d 7rAh i ir Wrai I The Largest Circulation i OF ANY PAPER IN THIS SECTION r9- Idt r YKAR L 1 ijONES A by- l TH- EPuthiture Marllj1 t 7 lias just returned from Cincinnati where nut best line of Furnituro ever brought to Jackson consisting of iBED ROOM SETS FOLDING BEDS J IRON BEDS WALNUT BEDS OAK BEDSr STAND TABLES ROCKING CHAIRS Wash Stands Dressers IIat Racks and toit morons to mention Como early and inspect our line before all the C best is picked out Everybody invited to como and look EverybodYf nrlcuiibr= t ra r JONESAi t J ovt Ai FWNITURE l STORE 1r fMAIN STREET JACKSON KY t tlmu Tttt The sWcwnlk when Itocarat within a foot of being ridden down by desperateibeats being lost In the uproar froti Street they were upon him before themIaim angry shout to J who they were that they rods so wll At the same time a snarl rcsploslou nttthe foot of the street sent njred hare time scent a flash gone with stichjlficredlblc swiftness Into re that ho saw the flying horse ti11 nlmast as equestrian statue lllnninied by a lllcUer of llghtnlag but li fsaw theta with tho same distinct jjfcss thatjllgtitnlug gives and recognlz t former as Ilobcrt Carewe and In aebi huMantof that recognition Ton rII or IIOKUW tuoii bfI s ly Caroot his enemy frarewe trade slimy like n man frozen upon his horse mind Ills face was like that of a frozen vial his eyes glassy mill not fixed upon his course so that It was n deathly thing to see Once long ago Tom had seen a man riding for his life and ho wore this same look The animal bounded and swerv ed under Vaurcvels enemy In the mad rush howu the street but he sat rigid bolt upright In the saddle his face sol to that look of coldness The second rider was old Nelson who role with body crouched forward his eyeballs like shining porcelain set In ebony null his arm like a flail cruelly lashing his own lions and his masters with a heavy whip Do steamboat ho shouted hoarse ly Jirlngiug town thelash on one and then on the other Do steamboat tic tcamboaU To Gods sake honey tic lenmboatltIitT11e Into Main street Nelson leaning far across to the others bridle and turning both horses toward the river but before they had made the corner Tow Vaurevel was ruuulug with all the speed that was In him toward lily enemys house The ouo block between him and that forbidden ground seemed to him miles long and hO Celt that ho wad running as a man In II dream and at the highest pitch of ago ulzed exertion covering no space but only working tho air In one place llkt a treadmill All that was In his mind heart and soul trams to reach Cralley Ho had known by tho revelation ot Carcwes face In what case he would find his friend but as he ran he put the knowledge from him with a great shudder and resolved upon incredulity In spite of his certainty All ho let himself feel was tho need to run to run until lie found Cralley who wet somewhere In the darkness of the tree about the long low house on the cor uer When ho reached tho bordering hedge ho did not stay for gate or path but with n loud shout hurled hhnselt half over half through time hedge Ilk n bolt from n catapult Lights tholl troll only ono room Ir the Uoust tho library but as he ran toward tho porch a audio flickered Ii time hell and there came tho sound of n voice weeping with terror At that hi culled more lllerntelrU- 1OIi hIs Incredulity to aid him for tho voice was Mrs Tauberrys If It hail been nay other than sho who sob bed so hopelessly sho who was al ways steady mill strong If he could ho would hero stopped to pray now before ho tired her and toe truth but Ills flying feet carried him on Who Is 112 she galled brokeulj from time hall Mamie hero you brought him plungedII Mrs Tanbecry set the Iron candle- stickI down upon tho table with a crash I Youve como too Jatol she sobbed Another man has taken your death ot himself reeled back against the Trail IHe he Bfld Crolleyl sho answered its too poor 4nrnboa that fOIl lorwt t- j l1 G Together they ran tErougiTlBe h lli rtto the library Cralley was lying oa the long sofa his eyes closed his head like a piece of carven marbleJhe gar zJ uniform In which he had tricked himself out so gallantly open atthe throat and his white linen stained with a few r little splotches of red Jt Beside him knelt Miss Betty holding N y her laco handkerchief upon his breast ya w She was as white as he and as mo rr j YC ttonlcsa so that as she knelt there Immovable beside him her arm like alabaster across his breast they might have been a sculptors group The + handkerchief was stained a little like the linen and like It too stained but a little Near by on the floor stood a flask of brandy and a pitcher of wa r tern r w kchange nor even a faint surprise as her 17 eyes fell upon Tom Vanrevel but her lips soundlessly framed time w- ordYoumTom flung himself on his knees beside her 3 Craileyl ho cried in a sharp voicerthat hud a terrible shake In It Cral ley 1 Crallcy I want you to hear me i lIe took one ot the limp hands lu hIs and began to chafe it while Mm Tan berry grasped the other Theres still a movement lu the pulse she falteredaStllll echoed Tom roughly Youre mad You mode me think Crallcy was dead Do you think Cralley Gray Is going to tIle He couldnt I tell you a he couldnt You dont know hlnil Whos gone for the doctor He dAsh ed sonic brandy upon his handkerchief and set it to the white lips Mainle She was here lu the room 0 with mo when It happened Happened Happened he mock ed her furiously Happened Is a w beautiful word 4God forgive met sobbed llrs Tan N berry I was sitting In tho library and Mamie had Just come from you t when we heard Mr Carcwo shout tromf the cupola room Stand away front 1 my daughter Vanrevel and take this like a dog Only that and Dlemtc and lJlfYJ I ran to tho window and we isw ot th through the dusk a man lu uniform tileap back from Miss Bettythey were lu the little open space near the hedge 1f lie called out something and waved his hand but the shot come at the same P time aud he fell Even then I wns4osure lu spite of what Mutate had said y I was as sure as Robert Carcwe was w that 4t was you He came and took ono look and saw and then Nelson brought tho horses and made himyamo- unt and go Mamie ran for tho dociftor anti Betty and I carried Cralley hi It was hard work aCralleyl said Tom In the same s i angry shaking voice Cralley youre Itgot to rouse yourseUt This wont do + Y4 youve got to be a maul Cralleyl He vas trying to force the brandy through Uio tightly clinched teeth Cralleyl Cralley whispered Miss Betty leaning heuvlv on the back of a chair Csalley bba larked at Mrs Tanber TJ with vague InterrogAtlon but Mrs v Tanberry did not understand I Cruller I tom ho said feebly It was worth tho price to wear your clothes Just 4 once ti And then at last Miss Betty saw and understood for not the honest gentle man whom every ono except Robert Carewe held In esteem and affection not her fathers enemy tianrevel layabefore her with the death wound In for her sake but that other andClight 0 love Cralley Gray wit f and scapegrace the well beloved town i scampmHo saw that she knew M brightening eyes wandered up to her ho smiled faintly Even a bad doj likes to have his tart he whispered r TO nE CONTINUED I tI I L d 1 I t t q TbireatlitiewI w 6 1 PER YEAR IN r 11J WISH HAGINSEDiToR coG7ssa S itlk 0 H SWANGO PNYSIQ1A ND S11R EOti OFflCC HOUR58A M TO 4 Pi n CJt i IK 1IAKOIH BUILDING JACKSOX KENTUCKY rnI 552J4 J WISE lIAGIN- Sl if ATTOKNEYArLAW OtifaoarerPottOf9ae 1 1 JACMDN KKTUOXT crAll builnes intruded to him s careful at will receive prompt and tention 1gmnnnnnnnnnnnnnnHiiniinnnui = t filLL C ROARKa J tfr LAWYER 1 of Jc JACKSON KENTUCKY andC 3 x Mal E UWWlHUUUJUUWKHEJ1t s M A H PATTON fi r ATTORNEY AT LAW OFFICE IN CRAWFOKD HU0M f YJACKSON KY Jr1 4 ANNOUNCEMENT vK rWe are authorized to announce HON A F BYRD of Clark County as a candidate for Congress from tins the 10th District of Kentucky to 4 the action of the Democratic party FRIDAY MAY ii President Roosevelt has taken L ft his big stick nnd started after the Standard Oil Company lIe tp 110ha scored that august body for securing rebates from railroad cpmpanies and common carriers Rogers and his associates have come out with a statement which 4 would seem to indicate that they have no fear as to the result and says it is good business Won will bo the next step i uUIUUJUry UlDJJUtUUTIty r returned indictments against sever al big corporations at the last sos tfsionof that body One was for i controlling or attempting to con trol the market in harvesting ma chinery and others were for using the name without tho word incor + porated The Uoylo grand jury Ik undertook big lob and one which ti tlie United States government and ot State of Missouri are finding al most too big to handle We ad mire the pluck and courage at tempted by Boyle and it may have some results if carried on but we fear it is just a little smoke x The Olympian games hold at Greece this year proved that at athletics the Americans lead the world and that the days of the l tT Greek in that respect are over r fo Americas led all other competit Ii nearb est i J4 with 38 points King George of It Greece is makinggreat efforts to revive this timq honored festiVal infTho Olympian games date from tho prehistoric age They were9 instituted in honor of Polops a tt supif4 posed to have been first held at OI mlJn a town of Greece The bcst1inen physically in all parts of d rcrN eco became candidates and 1 Weal tested in competition be j admitted to Cliol times I A training usually of ton months was necessary for preparation Testing endurance and strength with an especial view to war form ed the earlier programme but af terward the chariot races were added and this secured tho patronage of the wealthy who took an active part ever afterward The attempt to revive the old Greekcustom was made several years ago and it is becoming popu lar again The modern program is made up almost entirely of athletic events and are similar to ours in America The hen that lays Is the hen that pays 71 Wo have them Eggs for hatch ir jng from pure bredaingle comb J Brown Leghorns A lr M M HAOINS = t- tl r h r 1l j j NJ OILAND OAS A Brief Sketch of the Forma tion History nml Production of Petroleum and Natural Clu The term oil is a generic expression under which are included several extensive series of bodies diverse chemical character nnd physical properties and this sketch is limited to the oil obtained by drilling or boring wells into the soil and known as petroleum The word petroleum is derived from the Latin words petros a rockand oleum oil hence meaning rock oil and is a term applied to a variety of inflammable liquids I found naturally in many parts of the earth The processes by which petroleum is formed in nature are not fully understood and have been a subject of speculation among scientific men for tho past three quarters of a century Originally it was believed to have been formed entirely by the dccompp sition of vegetable matter beneath tho surface of the earth but later experiments show that it might be formed from the decay of animal matter especially that of marine animals and one scientist has produced petroleum from the fishes Two hypotheses known as the organic and inorganic theories have been advanced and geologists who have studied relations of oil and gas support time organic theory and the locks encountered in drilling in most fields contain largo amounts of carbonaceous matter 6l animal and vegetable origin that was deposited at the time tho sedi ments were laid down and to have given riSe to tho oil and gas through the processes of dccoriiipo sition and tho physical ntftl Chemi cal changes to which it has subjected during the geologic time When once formed the products of decomposition probably migrate into the more porous rocks es pecially into the sandstones in which they are now found but jlarge amount no doubt has es caned from the formations where these outcrop at the surface o It is sometimes said Unit pe troleum occurs in all formations but this statement is misleading for it is not uniformly distributed through all formations but occurs principally in two epochs of ge ological history these are tlie ilurinn and the 1 hnl ftwt rtTalg Lne vas accumulations along the lirincipal axis of occur onto in time Western Hemisphere are found in Silurian and Devonian rocks The Kentucky geologists have regarded the great Devonian black slate as the source ofoil in this State but it is now known that there are several producing hori zons in Kentucky below the Det vonianCONTINUED NEXT WEEK RAILWAY BUILDING ProuilncH to liu Active In Eastern Kentucky Tills Year From present indicaUoVsi there promises to be a larger iiileago of railroad construction in Kentucky time current year than for some years past says the CourierJour nal While no new line of exten site mileage is as yet announced as in contemplation several im portant extensions of existing roads give good promise of being constructed One of these is the extension of the Lexington Eastern road from Jackson to Haz ard Perry county The distance is about 32 miles in a southeast direction Its route will be up Lost Creek a branch of the north fork of the Kentucky riyer the valley afford inea favorable grade The exten sionhas long been contetnplatodr tile original intention when the Lexington Eastern then known as the Kentncky Union was pro jected twenty years ago being to extend it through Jackson to Pound Gap about 50 miles be yond Hazard a practicable route for which was surveyed The financial crash of 189192 suspend ed further extension and the paral ysis which ensued aggravated by the assassinations in 13rcathitt county has kept it in abeyance until now It is an important more in many respects It will open up to the market coal of superior quality and penetrate a welltimbered territory as well as much land fitted for agriculture but without a market owing to inaccessibility When the extension to Hazard shall be completed there is good reason to bolieve that there will be considerable Recessions tothe i ir Lexin5T Bankin I 1 Trust 1 tin onipaiiy Savings Departm nftO3 per cent on Time Deposits ykult Boxes for Rent A GENERAL BANKING AND TRUST + BUSINESS Acts as Administrator and Evecutor Serves as Guardian find TrusteeJBUJs anfolls Stocks and Bonds Accounts of Eastern and Central0 t Kehtucky BJoJs Solicited INTEREST PMB 0JBALANCESj CAPITAL STOCK J r 1t Hi 1+ 00000000 STOCKIIOLDERS LL 13ILl liS copoooo- oVAABSOLUTE PROTEGPION TOrPA tONS imooooo 4 LOANS MADE ONBEAL ESTATE AND 1 HStff1 ECILIlI1I15 SECUHITV PJlC VIDED ON OFFICIAL BQNP01II CIL1TI1 BEA IPLK FOR 1IlE EFFIGIKNT TRANSACTION OF ATat COPANIFSa cOL its T AN 1IARIiET suBErS 4 J1 1 t h+ I1 XIN QN K1 f i J n 1 h r 1population of ttiSsparscly Set led region flotoWfrom the in dursmears1h out for Its derel o mct1t 1t from Zia ioa fit tl11ellmsed by the still farrroad iBy the c construction of thq dir tipnal piece of road to Pound throughwhich a tunnel will in the near future bo made the most valuable coal field in Kentucky will have been traversed through its whole breadth embracing six or eight coal seams chiefly above drainage and including coking coals and many bituminous co ti Time dovelopanent of this rerrlstFtcoteT1t tlo stimulated by still other roads penetrating it The extension of the Lexington 8 Eastern to Pound Gap will with the completion of the tunnel give also connection with an extensive system of roads leading to tidewater in time direc tion of the South Atlantic ports It bids fair also in time to pro vide a new and shortest direct route from Louisyilfcto N QOrt Voce and other ports nY anQ for our coal and otlmarroducts find travel An 6xanTin fiiJQft- he map will demonstrate ita far reaching develop areaIn store for E1Ste attar so long a ltiqtcluclly to the need of su t73nr vtlet as the tunnel at Pojj ap QUyrj vide RI1UroaltHell1g Blhfr The Morehead Nortli Fork Railroad Company with the fol lowing officers W JM McCormick president Philadelphia A W Lee vice president John W Wrigley secretary and treasurer E W Hess chief engineer all of Clcarficld Pa will buildabout twelve miles of line from More head Rowan county south along Morgan Run tunneling through Clark Mountain thence following Lower Lick Run southeast to Par agon Morgan county Rich tim ber land belonging to the Clear elaIurriberCOwill be tapped by this road A contract for three miles of the line including the Clark Mountain tunnel has been let to an outside company The remainder of the line will bo built by the companys own forces The engineers have been in camp near Clark Mountain since Fob ruary While this line runs parallel with tho partially graded line of the Morehead West Liberty railway for several miles it has no connection in the least with that road The work of building this new road will rive employment to seernlhundredmen and will be completed by January 1 1907 An Illinois weekly recently camo out with the following apology On akkount of the phact that our new dress of type was entire ly short of letter ephs and sees when it arrived phrpm the typo phounders and that five diskarded 1 t 1 j 7 I r 1B rM4 old o typd the mtaute tin new krntes6ptei e will l 1 koifapolled to piiloundo Falong611tt we kan until t io sortsjar lest 0 are oxsccdingly sorry this inkonvenionso tou renders but Mpll we kould have phound any vay to ovorkomo the diphikulty wo would have done so This may Astern like a joke to you but it isno joke to us We thercphoro ask you to phorbcar phrom krittisisni trusting that the missing kantkters will be here in time phor our next issue Prison labor miti0gers1Ine fort for eightyfive cents a day This is said tp be the highest price over paid to tho State of Kentucky for the labor of prisoners They were leased to the Frankfort Shoe Manufacturing Company for one year Tliis Illustration is thp Exact sized + + t1ie No 4 Mjlrcanliie Jl llntil- lPh l Best Pen on cntr foitllemone 2 O P1icWe ri S0t Carr best valncs in- tt andk 150 Fountain Pens HEINIZ EWELEK- Ohpostto Phoenix- iLlEXINQTON FOW1TPliN PEft RtffllRED LAST NOTICE IAll porllonsj having claims J Osborn assigned are hereby noti led they must at once present sal claims properly proven to the i Trus tee and any and allpersons owing said J M Oabo n are warned to come and t lelr indebtedness to said Trnstecfor the matter will be woupdi it vit out delay J XTMcOOY Trucefo T 11Oaborn 11 I 1 1 4 4 = w HfHendersQ 4 Ayres Strr tOiip Ioij Ome LEXINGTON KY iIIl DEALER IN Chan Seeds Peed i at It a Ru11l1 Oita and Corl KlntuckJDIuHay Straw Hill Feed FOR SALE One house and lot with about two acres of ground within ono half mile of court house Also nine twelfths interest in the John Robertson tarot which aoyeJacksongain will do well to call on D G nOBI SON lOtf Jackson Ky BARGAINS IN eal Estate0 l j We have for sale u number of gooa farmsami town lots among which arc the following of A3f od farm of about 400 acres on 1r 76t1J Creek within four dwellinglmouseGkoodbtu e anc at barn Good orchard with more than 100 trees in bearing and several young trees set out last year 100 acres in cultivation balance woodland Title perfect a good place for anyone looking for a home Price 3000 A farm of about 400 acres with in 3i miles of Jackson Good dwelling and barn Also a store house about 60 acres in cultiva TitleIat the price 1000 buys itiAnother tract of land on per Twin Branch of Spring Fork about amiles froth Lambric This tract contains 2C4 and is well timbered and a virgin forest and adjoining tho lands of tho Conti nental Realty Company A bar gain for anyone looking after tim bar or coal lands A coal vein about 5 t feet thick Price 1250 A tract of land at tho mouth of Spring Fork containing 350 acres a good dwelling a good store house a good barn about 20 acres bottom land Most of time balance nnlllonleis one of the best locations for a store in JJrcathitt county Price 3300 A tract on Laurel Branch of SpringForkLambric Well timbered 2700 upbesidespine c Also an eleven foot vein of coal This is one of the best coal and timber tracts in Breathitt county Price 10 per acre v For further information callon or address Hagins Blanton a JACKSON KY 4 ti a DAY BROS COMPANY k Wholesale and Retail liiiAo the most complete stock ofd l Ii GENERAL MERCHANDISE ItI I Ever brought to Jackson Qons tin r ofI I 14 xaDvg aJQdJSt 1fI f- IN aI0 oftu iIo g 1 bt l 1 e Gf f Ir t P f 0f Jf x MQtS l 7 f W i rn 1lJI SiIJ1fJi 51 1 i reVeline of shoes in East 4Tern r ur t imen a shocsaii ina y t the latest style For the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy THE LATEST DESIGNS IN Y r LLI101ERYThis man agement of Miss Margaret Basket who can show you I The Latest Style Hats direct roxnew York City t Also r t FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS In all Freshfrom I If you need any House Furnishings or ft I E1 FURNITURE 1 We arc the people you are looking nor J- c we have it by car loads to suit everybody f Come and see us our flu h rlnnunlillgnnulnuwla I i rer1111tl111pIItllIIIIIIUIIIIIUlllilllllllllltrlltlllllnenuu 1111111t1llW I nUll ui j I DAY BROSiJCO- MPANY TTr I Jacksan Kentucky V 1 fIt r rM f IIIA The Breathitt News IMiblbliccl vcry irlilny CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAn 2wisE IIAG INS EDITOK Local and Personal C JIl1d eng for nico Strawber vies 11f itisnor of Rousseau wo hero Monday John 15 Dealon of Roosevelt was hero last week John II Hlanton of Lnmbric was hero last week Mrs A 11 Patton is visitingjn j Lexington this weekIi Now Vegetables nt C Haddens Friday and Saturday r I Stop with Hart Bros at Reed I hotel when in Lexington I T E Calhoun 6f Stevenson r IwaaflJero Tuesday haying SIIIIIlles Dty nro3 Co have received te r several car loads of new goods this H wcck J Demosthenes Noble and Sanford r brown of Lambrie were here i Tuesday 1 Mr and Mrs A S Henry went to Cincinnati Monday on a shop tour ItiDrfor a visit to all familyat Davcn 5 port O J Martin r Kelly littcnd ltho United States circuit cQury rtMuysville this week f k Sm TV Liindruin niawijfer for d laO Landamn sore at Lost tlCrock was hero Monday wasrhero several days this week look l ing after ollicial business Mrs Minerva Jctt of Athol was visiting her brother Charles Terry from Saturday till Monday The weather this week is called blackbcrry winter with a tern XJ n raturo that makes lire a source X4p oK1 comfort fZjmli 0aKale halls of Sir- upto visiting tho family of A K Lyon and other friends here the first of the week v Joseph Lovely and wife of Rousseau were visiting the faulil- yofllrsICllcn Davis the first of fluj week J H McLin who has been con lined to his room by sickness for several days this week is improving rho regular examination for Itc cheN will bo conductednext I Friday and Saturday May 18th nndTlOth Thn rains the first of the week raised tho streams suflicient to- hoot0 ties and a great many were brought down II L Bales of Simnson ww hero on business Monday lIe has rented tho Hampton farm at that place and gone to funning Willie Burs who has for the post four years held a position in M tho iwsloflico pore left last week i i to seek his fortune in tho far West d yrCapt 1 It Bradshaw is in fa Lexington this week taking trent Awont for lumbago with which he te 1W been troubled for sumo time tf Charley Cope olio has beon lo catcd at Hazard for sometime vt was visiting his Mrs T T Cope the first of the i week Mrs Jessie Hamilton of Lex t gton who has been very sick for pie past two weeks at the residence of her mother Mrs J B Thomp son is convalescing 1 7Miss Cora Moore who has takwJra course in stenography a I Business School at Lox I ington returned homo last Friday having completed her studios there Miss America Back entertained a number of the young people ol town nt her homo lust Saturdaj evening Refreshments were served and a good time generally wa s reported A II Prttton wont up to Wolfe creek last week to superintend tin r HUrvoying of a tract of land which is r- asand n dispute between Souths heirs D F Dcaton Mr Pattoi v ropresenta Denton in the suit I Mrs Mary Chambers of Still 1 water while returning from th funeral of a neighbor stopped at r a house and called for a glass o f I water As she raised the glass to her mouth she foil backwards when shoo was reached ttw 4 found that she was dead 4b r Y r W g9r F + 1 r- 1i r r J See thoso nice Country Hums at- C Madden C Hnddon wns in Lexington this week buying a new stockof oodfl11Miss Francis Brcckinrid 8 fl Steele of lfidwayls VisUinl Mjs Hubbard at Gimp QluistSt L C May of Chicago Will here this week looking up some real estate dcnls llic Fiscal court is in sossi all this week making settlement with levyforSarah Hernhardt the eminent French actress wiil present Car milloat the Woodland Park Lexington on Wednesday MayflO The SwannDnyluill which has been undergoing repairs oltho post two weeks will start up again next week which will give employment to about fifty men Judge Cochrnn in tho Federal court at MapsvjllcY Tuesday or dered n s l6of the properties of tho Morchead Wetst Liberty railroad The slojjIJocour on June lint Morchead Damage to tho cxtentpC many thousands of dollars was done in Kayettc county and Central Ken tucky by a killing frost which full Tuesday night It is thought that gardens in that section nro ruined while nil fruits are injured if not killed Wheat was killed while tssscling 4viI Everett HAd and vffCr of Can hel City passed through here Monday on their way to Losing ton Frankfort and other points to visit relatives and friends They willreturn in ubouL ten days svl VII Mr Hack will reauirie his petition1 as conductor m the 0C 1C pafcj sengcr traintThe K L V bridge across the Kentucky river at this mouth of PUll Bowl branch woscomploled last week nod cars aro now run wing over it TJio company has boon particularly unfortunato with this bridge as this IH thb third bridge they have built nt that place mmj nmj- Jako T Piitnok of Srtlvcrs villa is in Washington this week We suppose he is hunting n piece of pic for sonic of his friends although ho denies it lie his however proliowd QapU Jeff Pruthcr of Salyorsvlllu as njuit able man for tho next Governor of Kentucky The two State Normal wliook provided for by tho last Lciriala Illture have been located by till Commissionora selected for that purpose one at ichnlomlnnd the other at Howling Green Rich mond and Madison county donated the old Central University buildings tend grounds to Clio State on condition that the Eastern Normal School should bo located there The building and grounds nro syi1 ned at 150000 JS Tl o program for tho commoiiffij foll1irs8Iturdll rcns exercises Sunday morning Haccalaurcatfl address in the coilcgo chnpol by Dr Wm Cununing of Winchos who will also conduct tho evening service at 730 Monday evening musical exer vises Tuesday evening addresses by tho graduates Miss Josephine McGuire and Joo Hrophy A fine musical program has been arranged for tho Haclaurcato ser vices Sunday morning Services wore hold in the now Christina church lastSunday and Her J Dodge delivered a goodsizedtoo held a business meeting in tho afternoon and arrangements wore made for the dedication of tho edifice which will bo held on Sun day Juno 17th1 Jackson has every reason to be proud of this new structure as it isono of tho most I beautiful buildings in town and wo should nil cooperate in inning tho dedication n noteworthy event Every effort is being made to have tho building complete by that time nnd with pleasant weather it should prove an interesting cere mony CINCINNATI BIAKKI3T Bogsaactive butchers nDl IIror G GONG GO common 5 4rfG 45 Cattle stcali3fgir and gbo1shIj 4 25 10 ironimpn2i25 JGOdns450 Lambs i i11 r 1111 Jlurriago Licenses The following marriage licenses have been issued during the past week John B Turner and Miss Nancy Ann Napier both of Ned Thomas- CiitblfnrtLnnd Miss Tymanda Short t1if lkatttwa Tho Ohio Si Licking VnlloyJI Its Wo mire reliably informed that work will begin on tho Ohio Licking Valley railroad within 00 days Tills is tho road that is to begin at a point pour Mnysvillc Phasing through Hreatliiit county itnd oxlvnding to the Elkhorn coal ficldsitf I otehor county A Ioimiiir Young Truly Miss Florence M Strong of Athol is n candidate for the Lox ington lieraids trip to Atlantic City She is second in tho contest with n fair prospect to win All the Herald subscribers in this section should help her by clip ping their coupons anti sending thernn directed in the paper iiulshovr their pride in this young adiTOj giving her a handsome i lrjbr1t over her other opponents Anr excellent picture of her ap peared in last Sundays Herald After the Deliorucrs The conviction of Daniel Boone Lynch last week for defacing the brands on a number of ties belongs ing to the Ohio Valley Tie Co is the rcsiItof strenuous effort on the part of C L Taggart mana BOr for the company to put a stop to uctt business Jim company has MiHored considerable loss mind annoyance at the handy of der huiiiersU A standing reward of 100 for Vvidcnce which will lead to the conviction of such offenders iv sorting to put a quietus to them Tfjj Dint furnishing time evidence n alhs Lynch rcceivcdSDo from lip 1 cplllhnnyIrvino41Iirald11VLit119LD S fj14 Ltst oflcttcrrt remaining JunV glaunud in tho Jackson postofligc for time w tending May10 1000 null sent to the Dead Letter Oflicoyit Washington D C for lime week ending May i6th00- BFrank Blanton 5 letters Wm Jute Buck 2 letters II Nancy Ann Harvey 1 Minerva Jott Col ICoily Konnol Mr D McCollum William 3lQt i q I J inu s McAlUtor C2 10Uorstr WrilJer SEliaa Stidlmm Sam Stamp Eva Strong Person ending for tho above niiiil will please say advertised D D HUIIST P M Perry Countys Sheriff Shot A report front Hazard says that MasonEnglo fihot iheritt M 9 Evgrsole Slrit1 night hversolp forVEnglpiMfe9SlUVluiUJii imi kuiiiiiiy nun iii viuh agreed that the prisoner couldije nmtliitjn his Ironic oVccx ht1J fhlldtr to bo on untdtRml the 1 tir would go to Hazard londay 101tU ttel they had retired fur the night the Sheriff got tiptogetn U drink of water His movements awakcnodSfSingle who remembered that there was a shotgun under the bed lie reached for it took aim and fired tho charge taking Qifcct in the Sheriffs left blast and inflicting probably a fatal WotmltTUB DEATH ROLL The twoyearold child of John Jones of Troublesome died last Friday ulvasburied Saturday Miss Eddio B Cardwcll died last Friday night of lung trouble after nu illness of several weeks Shor lS the daughter of Edwin B- iind1SF Sarah Cardwell and was about la yearsof ago Her funeral tvas conductedat tom Presbyterian church Monday by Rev W H Sctxer titter which hero remains wore buried in tho Combs graveyard by tho side of hor father who died in 1888 Mr and Mrs JI L Under take this method of thanking their friends for the many kindncsso shown them during tho illness of their daughter Miss Eddie H Cardwell GORBESPGN uENGE CROCh1TPSVILLi Luther Denton made a busines trip to Buckhorn Saturday Eldren Riley of Huckhorn on a pleasure drive with his bes- girlSi lay JLowi8lieaton of Wharf WItS pguest of Mr and Mrs Isaa Baker Sunday k iVlfrs Jane Moaclv visiiedjic T p y rV- L ww wr- f Jt off 1 NI9tftvLJ 1 frry pursoi k 1o Where They Can Do Best w fin a position to survo ou to everl1hWiHMgQ posaiblo and save you on J 1 i1 yon IW for the following r Nell dlu a rl line making it COim1J euiotnI0fyou to buy overything at ono i i place hno Leon in the retail business r l h1 l 1fourWe hi1oIJr goods from reliable concerns f 4r tllu t time and in tho fJattend fo time portion of tllo busi U 11doliexpensesf r i 01rLI f nuicit qTca It is our cottnnttum to Icon f duct ourbusiness on business principles 1 give coffecl weights sure every ono a square deal at all timesi1J ARE YOU WITH US 1 ml r f 71 l r tfrlQI1rQ W O Il C === == = father ArtcriMcDanicl last Saturday a T F xI 1ijs Cinda JjolmsODj of Wharf visited ltcr qUler rrs Nniicy Lewis Sunday M1ssSllarJohnson of s visited hervalint t s EIiJDenton S fuhlnyt John B h itinJr hiss daughteriise DL t Icis nt Jacksonr tW Miss iyinanda7 iton Qf 1SF to wherLaura York r nunho n Sato lla3w1ss13 is visitingfriiuls nt Buck hor where She attendedschool last winter T2 Robin Burton hau his arm broken and shoulder Sislocaled by a log rolling ovcr iim while at work on his farm last Monday Miss Nannie Deaton tho accomplished daughlr Robert amid Elizabeth Denton of Xbpgrfcrcck was tho guest of horutitt Nancy Lewis Sunday Millard Rcyiiolds W Canoe has planted 22 acres in corn and claims to be the first one to finish plott ing corn at Tlio girl who wishes an early indtistrous farmer for n husband Would dowel to file a claim for the right of liossession Higher Mcintosh of Buffalo Owsloy county and Miss Martha Wooten of Buckhorn eloped last Eciday night and on Saturday aft r orillinm root Yin corn t lJally with a constable n n dop u ysherifTWM 01 LonqIs Cr e tlthciitamed ItAt a tip ncjr the1d of th right hailr thsilov for f of Longs creek a number of nrwere assemble fo enjoy tjicni selves Sunday luring time day tf difticulty occurred Vetwccn Ng4 hiker nntt rt Sc e al pistols wefS drawnBlkeer civelsome slight wounds with a Knife The row was quite an ugly affair JLt is hoped that the tiger will be short livede i sr l Mfbliladage is the love of inone iothcroot of all evil This I nda l11IJrhf1 used tO a degree of fac ill to the aetions of business on tho head of the rigTit hand fork of time IlilCy forkof ngs Creek jItjS said that a pit countynaJitpss the Ow51g JI1tr lino on the Breathitt side HJiSlwhat the fJltuc rllbe isnot 1i1Wtr but 1- tno 0fif1 Oticolnpen nte 1by GO Pubhilaver f J1e lcncec xrADacHEs and EYESTRAINS Many who have for years suffered intensely from chronic sick headaches using drugs of nil kinds without any bcnefit have found immediate and per iMtncnt relief in apRoPE1 GCfSS5 y Because eyestrain was the cause Wc rcmovc the cause and fuuV euro is lasting t 4FTISF TIOriTG IJPRAKIEED j J 8 FLEtOnJEW- ELER AND OPTICIAN r JACKSON KENTUCKY TO f 1 IIAVE JLS1- ItICEIVED1 r1 NEW STOCKI 04 i Ol II1ILLINERY H OODE3 pless Goodsrfp If S FIDE FBI ISNIK GS- Idr everything usually I lIt in n firstclnss millin e y store I have just deda D E JTBlI I pnrtment and hnvo car I oycda trimmer from uisille I inrito Sou cornersBaileytMILLINERY 7sI j 1 J 1 SS IiI itp73 I16 f f MIXED I 111PAINTSI 1 w W ti Just received a full line oh W Ili- 1i winch we guarantee = 1 ttTtC IJ J I ET 1N 1Ivi11 cover more space last- S j- longer and look better than I S 6 m ynthcl paint made Callr IIfi- s I t c Jackson Drug Co wa t W c e e E EE X I IMANY IJ1 wanfto ice a Phonograph in ekery 4 American home r HERE IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY Anepportnnltr pn l all reliable rcpvnlblc pirtlrt It yoo low muleand tniert1nmnt n4 ant to make Jourhommoreheerfalbeurot red gret over j f FREE TRIAL uluaUyholen are memorials erected commemorate the deeds those have passed on Vlllltev rtrtheir form may be person natural sentiments feels like dis th ptmsngwith a suitable mark r to r 4Jn V designate last resting place Dont waste time looking around come here I have the mon So ument you want 1PSIMPLY ORDER ontflt take It to your home and stirring twosteps marches oldfashioned hymns and other religious music and other beautiful gold moulded records and It Urn you do keep outfit simply return it at our expense and ua for trial waUzeIYour only obligations with us are to take outfit from the express paying tbe trunsportatlon charges to make payment or return the after free trial make this remarkably liberal offer to all responsible because wo Ante that not one out of one hundred returns the outfit best Exactly ai Illuatrated above Uawi of cabinet 18x9 Indies born over two feet long one dozen genuine Edison gold moulded records and one dozen genuine Edison blanks for making your own records Irlce 3370 after There many to of who but no tho first the the EdIson tbe tkaryt you the the and We a 4cBD A ONTHji IPars BRUT 1 HIMI Outfita Ir free trial or If you for It at Icwest pnferyoucanpnyTerms t990 alter free trial then 1480 a 1 monthly payments month for 6 months Total coat 3070 1This Edison outfit Ao 7 Wilt prott the Ling of entertainer in A houufor old and ounuillfar otttir than a piano or organ coiling 3 to 10 times at much IromtluoIn ordering state what kind of records you want whether IIcomIcreligious vocal or Instrumental or some ot every kind and we win make you up our best selection In ordering please giro assurances of rellabUl tr a e occupation marrita or single and how long rnidtnt In present locality Remember no 0011noformalityPRQnTRIAL + Ovr ortatm trial affiriicroicdlngtKt factory to thou want to tr ivn of prompt thljment pltait send Your order TODAY i ChIcagoI FOB THIS rr For any further information call on or addresst At the nr LT I 4 BEST HOTEL 1r31E FKEE BUS Toa iFRr tfCITY DEPOT t 1Hj ARLINGTON HOTEL 4 S S TAULBEE PROP JACKSON KY jQOODLIVBRY STABLE IN FIRST GLASS SAMPLE V CONNECTION ROOMS l a tiii iii ititiii WANTED f GOOD RELIABLE I j LOGGING CONTRACTORST- o Snake and Skidd 10000 foot per day Also wanted 1100 Timber Cutters pay soventyfive cents per 1000 feet FIVE YEARS EMPLOYMENT Address I I Ka PLUMBER CO A BETSCIIURISUPT OWSLET GO LE ROSE KY 7- h l e lIt f J rIlkr I 1EAfUvAPPLES 1 snrctlei That Drlnic Good Money tY it Delaware Grower Of course we nil understand thnt 10 t ration and soil make a great difference but with us the early apples that are profitable tire the Yellow Transparent the Fourth of July and the Williams p UeL We grow principally oarly ap let The Early Itlpe Is a better apple than the Early Harvest It U like It anDulyd the fruit Moro uniform in late years the apples that bring mot ey are the Yellow Transparent th uA h TELLOTJUN8PLJID14ftLLt The Early Transparent cas be picked threequarters matured and put fUluBth market and that Is where we get our money They have brought wore money In our shipping to London tlun any others 16 The Fourth of July Is superior to Y S ei s JAltrakhan and U a better tree ear pick the crop In three picking 4 whereas the Astrakhan will take thirty + for when the Astrakhan U fly rlpeabout the thna we try to cat t lOld tulle to the ground The S veunionry e ly toiJectlon we have to the WHIIam 15ed Is that It grows a little too large Usit the WllHafew Red Is a money make The Newtown Pippins hue very successful and since we put the la cold stornco we get more money out of them slruplybecause they have hither qualltyA N Brown Delaware Blade Happy forLife I Great happiness came Into the home uperintendentt e anA daughter was restored from the lread fill complaint he nameiille says M y DancMise no it creW steadlly worse until as a lait re nirt we tried Eleqtrio Bitters and 1 ifjolce to say three bottle effected a cumnlete cure Quick sure cure fur nervous complaints general debility impoverisheI rWhereCallms Are Crown In southern California tho calla town In fields for commercial pur poses Time cut flowers are in grea leuiand At Eastertide tens of thou lanils of the long stemmed calms tiN i2R In flower schemes The lessons earned In the fiNd growing of call i ire to the pet culture of th f lJery responsive plant The scralayuat i b nature of the calla demands constant uolsturo In the fields Irrigation an iwer its every demand In pots or tubs the saraa prluclpU Ii applied floral Life A Year of Blood The year 10M will long be r raem 1Dared In the home of F N Taoket o f Alllanoa Ky ai a Year of blood i which flowed 10 copiously from Mr Taoket lungs that death u med vary bledlnBIfromImd brought me to death door when 1 beRn taking Dr Kings New Dlicov try fur Consumption with the elton A i hitig result that after taking fou bottles I was completely restored an at time ball proven permanently cured kOuarnteedJor sore lungs coughs and 6Oafl 00 free 4 4From Jlmr With Sweet Yew a pile of evergreens which ha i tosr spreading branches were selected and tacked to the surface of the tepee coy topthusiiuinoreus tendril of the cllaglng 4 vlnw L The plants whlan comprlsod lOenJ varieties climbed to the top of the branches Blanche Ferry with the others though tbat variety Is usually i a waswallt aadr was well decked with lowers when cut down by frost In midOc tober By watchfully training the Bide branches and bending down t portion of the plant the bloom wa kept evenly distributed over the sun f face I never before had so adequate j nn Ilea of the refined and glorious beauty of the sweet peas as that afforded f by this experiment which shows the I Importance of ample support supplied In advrtnce tor the tendrils Amateur Avon Wasting Away 1 had been troubled with kidney disease for the last five years writes Rob II Watts of Salem Mo I lot Itash and never felt well and doctored with lending physicians and tried all remedies suggest wlthoutrelief Final ly I tried Feleyi Kidney Cure and lets i than two bottles completely cured me and I am now sound and well During the summer kidney Irregularities are often caused by exceiiive drinking or being overheated Attend to the kidneys at once by using Foluyi Kidney I Cure Jtakion Drug Oompsnjr rnLEn1ifiVvHIvl rftjf jnf Ai I 1 4 1 4a j DYSPEPSIAAlmost every other man andw- oman you meet Is af flicted with this terrible disease la some stage until it acquires full strength a- nsuddenl d 4seizes them f the most violent rlorm Is your fickle Do- you suffer with fre headaches and dizziness and ldimmed eyes Do roe lack atnblUo Do you toss and tumble at sleepnerhese are symptoms and toreros sera this disease Act at once Commence the use of Dr CaldwellsLU I j Syrup Pepsin Wlicb will instantly check the eH of the disease and ultimately eradicate all traces of it from your DRCALDWELIS SYRUP PEPSINI u the greatest preparation ever offered tc r I everylafedcdI cm DRCALDWELLS be obtained in both dollar and halt I dollar slut at all druggists Your money will be if It law not benefit you Your postal curd rtqoe t will brlor by return rain our new booklet DR CALDWELLS- oaK OF WONDKRS and inm tuapu to Redoa who lane Btrtr tried ilia waodert mtdr Do It now PEPSIN SYRUP Oar Na1MeN HN+ sel Sold by JACKSON DRUG CO IeHew tit HeoP1ItP the skin OneTo obtain a l autlfulskln one Dwut diet properly says TitBits Buttes tat meet and greasy food of every Wad mwct kinds of wln y and mHk or lemonade substituted Fruit and vegetable should be eaten lu abundance rick sweets and cake avoided Pastry never should be touched and plcklt and acid toot generally dispensed wlthi AwOo serulcatvrlmand clear after several months haven gassed Of sonar the dieting must be thorough and carefuL No Improvement- can be made unless It Is Best for Women and Children On account of Its rabid action and pleasant tasto Orino Laxativn Frujt Syrup Is especially recommended for women and children It does not naul seats or gripe like pills and ordinary cathartics Orino Laxative Fruit Byru rids digestion and stimulates the liver and bowels without irritating them Remember the name Orino and refute substitutes Jackson Drug Company p dlJow to Treat a Snake Rile IIYa ligature above the wound to prevent the rapid absorption of the venom Then an Incision Is to be made over the inU few grains of permanganate are to be poifrom any druggist It keeps indefinites and a pound would suffice at the forisbe llad a Close CallsA dangerous surgical volving the removal of a malignant ulcer as large army hand from m I daughters hip wag the applleatloB Bucklens Arnica Salve says AOSUckelof Miletus W Va lerslsNntuuallhesalrecompletdlurod 1 Juries tat Jackson Drug Co How t Xeeit the Hair In Carir Take an ounce of bareyplnEIhot water a dram of two tablepoontuls of spirits ofcam plan Whey the borax gum arable an hot water are dissolved add the cam rpoor and when tho mixture Is cold bottle It and it is ready for use How to Beautify the Honda A good mixture to keep always OB the tellet table for whltenlnglbo hands III equal parts of glycerin and lemon Juice If this Is reddening to the skis titdI mixture with water War Against Consumption All nations are endeavoring to check the ravages of consumption the white plague that claims so many victim each year Folayt Honey and Tar prfeotJandIDo not risk Your health by taking tome unknown preparation when Foley Honey and Tar ts sate aid certain in results Ask for Foley Honey and Tar and insist upon having it Jackson Drug Company Cerntsvery useful for mending broken and crack ed ware and which will stand a con siderable degree of beat Is made up as follows Mix equal parts of vinegar and milk turn off the whey and mix It with five eggs beat the whole together and then add sifted quicklime till the mass acquires the consistency of thick paste A good complexion Is Impossible with the stomach out of order If peaty sallow people would pay more at tention to their stomachs and less to the akin on their facet they would have better complexions Kodol for dyrpepila will digest what yon eat and put your stomach back In right shape to do lit own work Kodol relieves palpitation of the heart flatulenat tour stomach heart burn etc Sold by Jackson Drug Oo roJETfAIctfI gl4rcelwtniM Jae Mt+Nr f f f 1 FOR LOCAL MARKET A Fancy Article In Home Grown 1ela Good Seller Thero la nn opportunity for fruit growers In many localities near largo towns and cities not Of the first elms to supply to the home market and to hosts of suburban villages nud smaller townS within a radius of n few miles the peaches that now come trout city dealers amid largo orchards nt u dis tance Thceo tire good markets for a fancy article and n home grown a fists appeals to them In au especl manner It has au anchorage on thou which far overbalances any luck o color And why Simply because homo grown fruit Is better than 8 BDSHM Or XBXBTAS The business peachRural New Yorker shipped article It Is better because It can be placed on the cousumura ta ble within a few Hfeir of the time It leaves the trees Consequently It Is thoroughly ripened oil the tree and a tall degree of pcrfectlolT Is attains The trade quickly recognus t1us facts It la glad to pay foj quality As to varlctl J- e grows succesafully tr 1 mast 1181 s W place flue Elberta beat and shoit der abovV everything else We Jiave been able to TMMaa In the lest tyears about i XKNMC Msevfrom t- II Elb rta Xhat leareinnis from any other varJej Vn a good uniform poach aad Mtised extensively for craning purpeettt The Eltierta Is cod If It stajrsw tbetreo until thor oughly ripe Tit will not stand picking a little eatl for ahlppiag1jtet for fruit plpked for locsj market the Elbortft Is fer one It prettytookL Ill Why take a dozen things to cure- That cbughTTfCennedjs Laxative lion ItopaIthrough the bowel Sold by Jackson Drug Company The Higher Criticism Cyril Scott who played at the Balasco theater recently in the Prince Chap tells of an old rise key down south who is inclined to doubt the Biblical account of Daniel in the lions den Does yo mean tu tell mo dat Daniel done jumped into dat den ob lions an dey didnt eat him up he preacherYas par son Dey mus habcen circus lions dat Judd been tarn d Xo san DetBible says jus de tontralJ 1 Whah does it a dot Don hit say anne iratplllce 750 B CJl YIIs 17t y Well hutnt B C brie c1r ewes Hb niggkh f =AlfiericaD Spectator f A torpid inactlvevyrer Dan produce more bodily lilt than almost anything else It i good tp lean the system out ace + StlrJittvilver up ind get into shapejfeTreSyy The best Uadfestive ilgasajit pills wlth ji reputa lion Never gripe SId 1 I Jacked Drug Compsny Jf L a i I rRow toDtftror smelt of IPfiluir Paint smell so injurious to health is easily removed from a room stand lag in it a pall of cold witter contain Ing a largo handful of hay or a cut up onion or two the Washington Star The water alone would answer the purpose but not so quickly as with the addition of the hay or onions Leave the pall in the room for some hours and then If the painty smell still lingers throw away its contents fill It as before lad leave It to finish Its work How to C a Watch a a Compm To use a watch u a compass Isa simple matter says the Kansas City Journal Point the hour hand to the sun and the south Is exactly half way rXIIonIs 4 oclock Point the hand Indicating Isexactlythen the figure X will show duo south For a painful burn there Is nothing like DeWitt Witch Hazel Salve There ate a host of Imitations of Da Witt Witch Hazel Salva on the mar ketsee that you get the genuine Ask for DaWitts Good too for sun burn cuts bruises and especially rec 0DeWittSold by Jackson Drug Company Sew to PTerve Tear Tti alwaysbrushmovement and not sideways only and ts back of the teeth should be brushIt4 even more carefully than the front tor It Is there that tartar Is most llkel to Iccu1ulatJNot a thing harmful In One Minute Cough Cure but It nUn I a cough qulokly outs the phlegm Healing and It toothing Sold by Jackson Druq Oo j 1 Jo JlLj 1 tJ lr jJo AHOmeGTo Hil happy home you must have children as they aii1ri lt happyhome makers If a weak woman be made strong enough to bear healthy tblwcen with little pain or discomfort to yourself bye talcing IWIN CARDUII Reliefnlinflamf cure ovar ian trouble disordered menses backache headache etc and make childbirth natural and easy Try it At every drug store in 100 bottles v WRITE US A LETTER freely and frankly telling us all your troubles We will send freead ice In plain sealed eiiMope AJJress La AdvisoryDeptTheChattanoogaMelidna FRU r PEACH BELLS POPULAR tVke While Pencil Cnini tnnla X1 IB IlurfYCflnles J eomtmuylug figure ttws a re whiteieda albs R native ef Ruraiic tlratA tnganfeuaotRhtch Rura ew Yorke 1eeye Thle variety gr tws or three tent atkerare i those of tlul cewtile rbttry G tnMllma hllo t 111aat ks nlal It Is Mt routed Ik l4s ce ry as blennml so ltig the seeds PEACH LEVVED CAUfANULA one year to sccurq tlowcrlns pliuita the next Plants often live many years as they are quite hardy but somehow tile bloom spikes do not amount to wucu after time second season IfUed seeds of the pencil leaved clIg often culled Kneh hails 88tn baud JoroCI1 sums may lw tend for 101 coat the packet They shoultl bo aowu- oats A In May Ql JUliO nswtw+plunt ell he tlifo after July c mug I noll and bonlcritlts eepart g J l1 acs Or- fiectexl 1irfOlS sheAc IINeq white vu hells aroiHw lu hlKyfuvor for hnrdy plant colleeflibs Mdnre freely offere ltby plant dealers Where ore Ilrennin Jre floweretl varieties the of to be WMcbelml 1 nrodudng large pplkeaof whUeWouble camellia fopiied flowers opt ahd oue hAlf inc ln dj m tterand blooming froinMayguHill July l It Is poMlbla tuj obtslji4 retie from rtheof tha most ropfltW cater of long standing have yielded to it It enables you to digest the food you eat and exercises a corrective Influence building up time efficiency of the digestive or gans Tho stomach Is tie boiler where In time steam it cihde that keeps up your vitality health and strength Ko dol digests what you eat makes tlie stomach tweet puts the boilerIn con dition to do the wtrk nature demvnd of itgives YOUrll f from digestive disorders IYuu In shape to do your test and feel fur best Sold by Jackson Drug Coin ny Stow to ThVtad Needle When threadlnitftiiecdlo In a dim llRht if the thr Is white hold it against a dark Dickground If dark hold It against light background When threading t sowing machine by artificial light on is eye Is sometimes dazzled by the eflectlon from the metallic plate Tfe can bo remedied by covering the pute temporar1l1wltilI apJece ofdnrk clph a trr Pirating FoloyLironoy and Tnr Foley A Oo fhlcago originated Honey and Tar urjliroatYand lung remedy and on edJount of the greet merit and popular yof F6lsyt Honey Tar many in tationt are offered for tho genuine sees worthless ImU inflame have small toundlng names Beware of thorn Tie genuine Folejs Honey and Tar Is 1 ajellon package Ark font end refultaCyiiibitltuta It the but remedy Irgdu hs or colds ackson PrllOom t i j i iotI f- 1P i ILq e II DUE TO CARDUI and nothing else Is my baby girl now two weeks oIJ writes Mrs J P SheIsboth doing nicely CONDENSED STORIES Secretary Wilton Story of a Ready Witted Cook The secretaryof agriculture James Wilsdn hall been talking about his tea tablets n boon to travelers for ono of these tablets no bigger thou n cough lozenge cut flees in combination with boiling rater to fluke n pint of excellent tea I hope soil Secretary Wilson that I chnll never hero to apologize I IAfor these tea tablets as I once hoard q cook apologize for her sponge cake I he was with sumo friCnd ono uftornoon in Woshiug I tOlr when a largo nnil buquiiJtlt- l l usbrQ 1 j wiVli nspongccnkclour hostess VrfftiV Andbho broke it fti goner ousportloljmud wo till helped our riljjtul sl It was not good spilge oak fho hostess ungGrd i sent fur tits cook I though Jane she said bit lcrly7 that you prided yourself on your epoMgu cake Of I do maam replied Jane And you call this spongftcako r the mistress woht on Whyrt is us hard and tough 03 can bet II Yes luaum said Juno run quill That is how sponge is bo ford its wet Soak it in your tea maam r I TUB TEXAS WONDER Cures nil Kidney mlldgettand Rheumatic troubles Sold by nil druggists or two months treatment by mail for 100 Dr K W Hall 2020 Olivo street St Louts Mo Send for Kentucky testi monials 22 ly S Special IIoin St ukcrM hates to NVcut and Southwest On tho first and third Tuesdays in May and Juno 1900 the Southern Railway will have on sale special roundtrip excursion tick ets to points in the west and south west at greatly reduced rates For rates and further informa tion call on or address W G Morton D T A H King 0 T A or J F Logan T P A Lexington Ky Famous Strike Jlreakcrs The most famous strike breokerdln the laud are Dr Kings New Lire Pills When liver and bowels go on a strike they quickly settle time trouble and the purifying work goes rigt on Rest cure for constipation headache And nizzlneis 231 at Jackson Drug Oo RAILROAD TIME TiLLL t Lexington bustern I + y- wITlitlIIA ltll EFFECTIVE U010JlEIt6f t S113 l9 1ii No J tIUlly Daily nx Sunda IJXSundi A tot r n LvJnokfon 05 22f U A K Junction 029- Elknlmv 2UO Jfa- Oukdale 231 040 240 Atliol OCO 2 GO Tnllecit 701 D4 St llplHiu 2710- Keattyviile 310 Jun 750 86 Torrent 741 84T Natural Bridge 801 401 Stanton 8 28 4BO Clay Oily 887t 489 L E unction oloaCWinchester 923 620- Ar Lexington 1010 U06 EAST MOUND No4dallyixSundiy OX5unda IM i ni Lv hgxgngtun 225 74Q WlnnJlestcr310 8S5 LA EJllnction 822 837 Clay City Bbo 013 Stanton 409 t7J 2P Natural Bridge 485 954i Torrent 440 1008 Keattyvllle Jun 511 1029 St Helens 621 10C0- Tallega B03 10G1 Athol Ml 1060 Ouktlaln 648 1100 Elkatawa 001 1122 0A K June 000 + 1126- ArJaokron 610 1180 All trains dally except Sunday Prams Nut 3 and 1 snake connection nt Benltf vllle Junction with L it A Ksilnav for local nations nn L A A Ilnlhray and connect at 0 A K Junc- lnii for local station un the 0t K Itnlhvay NUll I and 3 connrct at 1E B June Irtt nlth QQ for MI ritcrlliiK It ITAltlt Uen MKr t wan 011 tS SCOTT 0 I A t t LLTHEGOyO4 Affil CURE THL LUNGS t === = rngsNew 1 FO n cNSUMPTION Price SI00OLDS 1 Suroct and Uutctot Cure for all TROUBLES Biliousness and Sick Headache quickly cured by ORINO Laxative Fruit Syrup as it sweetens and tones up the stomach and acts as a gentle stimulant on the liver and bowels It will positively cure chronic constipation ORINO clears the complex ion of pimples and blotches Refuse substitutes Prlo OO- ojJAUKSON DRUG K EOlEYSHONETHDffl 1 taps the cough aa4 licalciung 4ee O K twvtrliffeeU s tint 21cn LottI Ununu 1 11ft a ie 1 rt l arA-M fo rIV r3tL 1li A iHA7jl 1M Carve ln 1240 6jo7311 lr2 4Hiimr SJO Irn 44SVlIt0 6862 ilJ1180 83H 030 J86 JavkMin 1116 StO AM An PM AK AM LV fM LV Nu land 22 will ninku clum con ncctlun nt 0u K Junoiliiti with Nu+ 3 mid r fur tuiintH on the Lrxlnisum A KaHern hallway MI rONLEV Pipf Louisville Atantic Ry Schedule In eftct Filiiuaii re 10CO WEsT HOUND A NJ M Lv Jackson o 26 2 2- 6lv lii lijvlllexJiiiiolton 10 30 3 30 et Ar ntallJII R+ rv Urattj rills 2tro I 4tiJ g p M Lv Irvine 12 26 6 20 Ar Klcliinond 1 30 0 8 e Ii rtiAr Valley View 2 02 0 28 Nleliulnvll 2 27 666f Vellum 1 8 267MLoU bI11 0 16 10 4A EAST BOUND ok M PM 80ArVeri YNlei iville i20 7 1- 2Yeui1ewwto 1y 10T4 7 Mti e- laP1tie1dnoni 11 9 Ai MLvu 10e t V I Ar fellyvillio B 90- U ll ttjxHien m Jt 40 900 Ar HraltyvUlp function S OU 10 10 3IIIONLY RAILROAD ISOUTH I EQUIPPED WITH IELECTRIC BLOCK SIGNALS I AND SOUTHERN RAILWAY rllou CINCINNATI TO ALL IMPORTANT CITIES South Seutheut and Sevtkwest HeUCtCCKMV T1CKCT1 ON UU- rillT AND THUD TUttBAVl OP EACH MONTH TO MANY ntun MUTH Y Tat iBbreuUa led Item AdJrwt II Co KtNU Co P A T A tit E Main sk Uxintto JCr W A OARRL1- TN Oal MwaN F IUNEAItSON Q P A txodemM6- r I I r 1 Jf Hero We Are The Celebrated HANAN ScEsThe Boat on Earth 7 if PRIC I 500 PRLQE I IJaOlsoQ J O4O- t r + a 5 c E H DYSPEPSIA CURE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATnell MtUeoiblni 3K timolh trtal lw whkh UIIIIIO cota riirino CULT AT THS UMIATOKT or E C DeWITT 4c COMPANY a CHICAGO XX- XJAGFSON DRUG GO iA- TJ 0 I 3- lIir jes if