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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, May 18, 1906. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1906 bre1906051801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Breathitt County news: n. Friday, May 18, 1906. Breathitt County news. J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1906 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. w f Iri I 1 v IINrmat c a P c l J WISE UAOINS Editor anti Publisher A NEWflrAri TuR KRXSTS OJ EASTERN KENTUCKY ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR m dDV WOE f u T = 18i906 Number 30 r r u n j r HURRYI FOR BARGAINS AT TJII3 i j I I I j I CLOTHING HOUSE + We have receiunl from New Forku ofn Mens Fancy Spring Suits i Single and Doublebreasted and a lot Springs I Iants and an uploduto line of Boy Spring and Summer Clothing Altoan tt1tRnt lino of JIoo I J I Ladles Skirts und Dress Patterns r I and Shirtwaists nlilin handsome lino fc 3 of Ladies t Trimmed lInt and a swell lino of 1Sonroua ud I Mens Shoes and Slippers also n fancy lino of Sp8g F Innd Summer Underwear all s1zo3nnan not1l lino I of the latest st1l9 in Mons and Boa 1 nta alaoS twvw 4 EtcSHoodir1 1 xrnA SIZES IN SUITS s1NI IL4Ni- SFIRESTEIN L EU8T6R 1 0 0 A95iS2S2S CSi5i5 sar565Z5S r513S25Z5ra2- M FLOYD DAY President J SAML IlKADtfli Cashier F 1 1 IA1VFORD1icc1res W Q 110P117I Appt Cslitr 111 DAVIS A inJr Cashier + 4fu k 1 r3 j JACKSON DEP08ITBAP n ir Jackson IKentucky 3 R Illi up Capital and Surplus2T1000u V rVV W ffi n zr f Nnthe Banking Business and accotuiof A- uetolieit K 1 f rn Lumber Manuftioturerst5 i i Timberu Dealers rn r Business Mene r 3 Mcrchantsl1o1 Farmers W 5 I Throughout Eastern Kentucky and offer our Customers S thu most Q- JLIBERALlli TERM u r r- dS 11 Within the limiia of legitimate business hG t rn n n iuzr i COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY a- asHsgTasHSHESHsasaspSessaasHsasyf- v rr Gar + S7 u1 fYt7 1aae 1CILLr 3 N4 School of Business M fi MILLIKAN Principal Offers unexcelled courses of instruction i- nSHORTHANDTaught by Expert Stenographers Actual experience in every s workSpelling Punctuation Oleo Training TYREWRITINGTouch under a special teacher Single and double keyboard machines Drilling in forms of Typewriting in eludingwriting from dictation Our pupils export operators BOOKKEEPINGdate to various forms of business Full Acouunorclalrrth motto Correspondence Commercial Law Penmanship and Business Practice OUR PUPILS GET POSITIONS ASK FOR LISTS ELEVATOR snOUT ST ENTRANCE SOUTHERN MUTUAL 1IUILD1KG LEZIJJGTOJJ gyAprly KemedyCuterS- yt4 TM i r- F r r BREATH UNTY NEWS I e r t RemedyCurestltI r r Fiiiancialltatement of Brciithittlpoimty To tit Breathitt Fiscal Court The undersigned having been appointed this Courts pecial Coin missioner to make statement of the receipts cxpcnditurjl and liabilities of Hrcathitt County hereby make and file tluVmx ronbrt nn Hfiitcmcnt covering the period from January 1 1M2 ta January 1 1900 I find from the records the following claims allo d from Jan uary 1 1902 to January 1 1903 TO WHOA ALLOWED ON WHAT ACCOUNT t AMOUNT Albert llenson Keeping pest house 1 sfSJohn Venn fudges office LY 13 Thompson Papering 4 00 IK L Patrick Lock for t 1 25 Henson house 7 00 8roOIAlbert Ilcnson Waiting on smallpox patici 2t 20 Albert BonsonU T f I 90 Susan Howling Support of children T1 500 Curt Jctt Guarding prisoners + 15 00 Albert llenson Guarding smallpox patients 15 10 It L Patrick Repairing jail pump l 21 ro Albert Ilenson Guarding smallpox patients 35 2Q Stove Cunditr Lumber for bridge Z G 00 Albert Ilcnson Waiting on smallpox palio 1540 J 1l Nowlnnd court house roof 15 00 G W Anderson 20 00 ffjjHoldingJ W Fxlwards G oo C M Gillum Guarding prisoners 41 00 George Wade Cleaning public well f ff 150 Jdo Xowland Painting court house roof i fl0 L AV Kdwards Holding inquest GOD Wile Burton Viewing road 42 00 Albert Ilcnson Waiting on smallpox patient 14 30 Shelton Combs Hauling lumber rIb0 00tJohn Ii Combs Building bridge 35 00 III C Hack Smithing 1 10 C M Gillum Guarding prisoners 32 00 J W Dean Fixing public well 1 4 00 C M G iUum Guarding prisoners 10 OU Albert HenSon Wiilting on smallpox patien G 00 Henson Calamcs 4 U 8 00 11 W Hounshell Viewing road 3 2 00 James K Hack t hi 2 OU JSO Combs Conveying Imoners + ay 11 10 Robert MoDanicl n oo TJ 0 Hack Des fdr Judges office 400 W C May Repairing jail pump 3 C M Gillum Guarding prisoners 170n Sylvester Howard 0Yicwinr road 5 00 Sam Vadkins w S 00 G S Miller UedistricUng county = j 15 00 Hreclc Combs tk 12 0U Sam Cttllalanit ta 2lO- p T N lq Lumber f t 16 3U = 13mldiuc= lrCSQ 50- r11C1 00 Eyomi uY H lMlr nlr tidJa a 28 Q- JO +t1 G dm un r rf 20 yO Ilr w nlames I J i A llurstr 2 00- n JBkIin z 2 00- U C Jkl 1 IIU OU LUcoruo W Barnettu 1 I 2 00 HIJCC Croats a U 2 00 00uQUIOt M Elbert II pis 2 PO Hiram Centers t 2 00 Henry Cunditr 1 1 O William Dai 0 61 2 SC 111 Lot elnco 2 U- G 0 Tom Hounshell 14W 2 00 J M Flinchum 2 8- 0ri1 F Crawford 41 4 300L- I Joe Cundiff 1 U 2 T 11 S cncer 2 00 uGreen 3 00 Tom Grillith a 04 I 00DShade Shtcyit t 3 0 J D Burton 3 Green B Stampert 2 0 John F Arrowoodr 3 Thomas 11 Denton 2 00- J S J White A1 W 2 O Raleigh 3 0 W Denton I 2 0 W B GambillM11 f 8 00 J M Allen u i i 3 00 11 00ensW 0 I 2 00 Green Iiilolu 8 00 llrysoh Fujrato i 4 00 R B lladdix 2 00 A A Allan 2 00 Lawson Noblo A oo Leander Carpenter rHI 2 00 II C Howard 1 1It nh 1 00 Jerry QtrpenterI 4 00 S P Carpenter J r 2 00 Joe Lovely U y oo James Caudill 2 00 N II Salleo U h w 2 00 00IWilliam Terry Support Nccly children 15 00 II B Noblo Otlico fixtures etc V 38 15 John Belcher Repairing bridge f 4 00 S STaulbeo Couot Clerks claim J h y 175 45 T 11 Hudson Toll etcJ 8 50 Villiam SpencernitinJr on courts r ICO 00 S S Tiuilbco Coal pest house 5 00 Floyd Day Collin 0 50 William Spencer Jailers claim 4 058 10 W II Bluntoif Hal County Attorneys salary 375 00 James Harris County Judges salary 1000 00 S J Crawford Co Merchandise 1 32 O- Ed Callahan Sheriffs claim i 51 45 N 11 Withcrspoon Cash fencecourthouse etch 3180 00 J W Edwards JusticeH claim i 12 00 Tom Hounshell 12 00 lames JohnsonI 12 00 J lllie 00rJ C B Allen 1 u JS 12 00 J B Noblo o r v 12 00 Green IIensloyy i Y 12 00 Luther Callahan Election ofliccr i f 200 II C Howard 4 t 3 60 John Moore Merchandisei f 4 65 Charles Terry Jor 22 50 Hiram Crosiers Claim rY 4 00 S P White Merchandise a 15 75 Nancy Allen f 5 50 If 5fccONTINlJED NEXT WEEK t IJ K 4 1 h 111 1 0 tJ1 x 1 The Hnrd Part Miss Kainra 1cond Id like to take n photo of ypjir farnv hand tit workFnVincrBrown 5VHright ef yew tuned Qli this cam era Vill catch him in just on twcn ticth of n second runner Brown Yes but itll tnkn ve two hours ter ketch Mm workin How to Mnke a Trencli Seam A French arum la mode by first sew 1iB up your seam on the right side then cutting close to the stltchlup nnd sewliu w the scant ou the wrouc side 5Made Happy for Hfo Grpnt liapplnrai came Into the homo hnntllllltrintendlntat daughtei1 was restored from tilt dread ful complaint IIP nnmej lie snyi JMy little dntiRhier had St Vitus Dance which jieldrd to no treatment but grew steadily worse untilIS a last re sort we tried Electric Hitters j and 1 rejoice to say three bottle efffcted a cumiiltfte cure Quick sure cure for netvous compInlniB general debility femnla weaknesses impoverished blooi und malarji Gusranteea b- Jacltemt Drug Co Price CO Irreparable rot concat cheese Miss Ben derby iIuid the hostess Oh no replied the smiling young woman Im a vegetarian There was an embarrassing silence for a moment and she added somewhat hastily I mean of course that cheese is made from milk and milk you productWhat pose I thought you meant Miss Bender by freczingly ked the hostess lint n Close Call- A dsncerous urpjcal operatinn In volving the removal of n nmlfgna t ulcer os large as my hand Innn my daughters hip wnj prevented by the iippilntlonof BiickVn Arnlei Slue says A O Stickel oT Miletus W Vs Persistent nee of ihe solve Cfinpeie cured it Curse cuts burns anl ii jurlei 439 al Juckfon Drug Co Cue qr Book closedfatti y A + t t to prcclitt to mt1iuttc o For a painful burn tiers l + notl ing like DeWittg Witch Hazl Salve There ere a host of Imitations of De Witln Witch Hazel Salve on the mar ketsea that you got the genuine Ask for De Witts Goo too for sun burn cute bruises and especially rec ommended for piles The nnnvo E C DeWitt t Co Chicago on lox Sold by Jackson Drug CompanyI Tea Leaves For turns Wet tea leaves hot or cold are recommended a cheap and con- vcnient remedy for burns They should be covered with a strip of cotton or linen and kept on for one or two hours Best for Women unit Children andIrorI ordiullrJI lieltrefullpILuminous Ink A luminous ink may be made by carefully grinding together lumi lions calcium sulphide and a very Ithin solution of gum arabic and wa ter The writing will have to be exposed to strong daylight each day A torpid innciivi liver can produce more badllr ilia limn almost anything else It i pond M dun the system out occ sionally Stir Ihe liver up stud get Into shape generally The bps results are derived from the use of De WItl1 Little Early Ulser HeUble effective pleasant pills atilta reputa Lion Never grlpu S Id by Jackson Drug Company Keep the Iron Hot The best way to keep nn iron hot ordinaryiroxtstand through to the bottom of the iron take a clean brick and set it on the stove for half an hour before using keepsthoitcuthaving to heat often uS Wasting Awity I had been troubled with kidney disease for Ihelait five years writes Robt U Walta of Salem Mo I lot flesh and never tell well and doctored with leading physicians and tried all remedies suggest withoutielief Finally I tried Ftfleyg Kidney Cure and lest titan two bottles completely cured me and I am now sound and well1t During the summer kidney irregularities art often caused by excessive drinking or being overheated Attend to the kId- neys at once by using Foleys Kidney lure Jackson Drug Company wtr a1 rl ts i I L rhc Largest CllClllatloll t or ANY PAPER IN THIS SCTION- s enrsaattta 1i JONES TH- EFurniture M ManlHas just returned from Cincinnati whore he bought the largest s and best line of Furniture ever brought to Jackson consisting of 1 3- fBED ROOM SETS FOLDING BEDS1 hcIRON BEDS WALNUT BEDS OAK BEDS 1 STAND TABLES ROOKING CHAIRS Wash Stands Dressers Hat Racks and lots of other goods too nu morons to mention Come early and inspect our line before all the best is picked out Everybody invited to come and look Everybody wrleolnor 1 JONESrFURNITURE STORE a MAIN STUEET fACKSON KY MT Albon and Royalty Among the many anecdotes told of thei famous Italian contralto radinoliketrue Slniiv years ago at u state concert at liiu kingham palace JIi3 Alboni was coiiinmndcd to a1 r- And appear slit dill nullnixquisitely ls dl Iui lastarrtct tngd- jnte4hcr ti ti nain rIa Triffnd aitd9si tliri as might be Jftpc Alboni had re publican tendencies Vliy IILkft d zeTi t1i i Ktoeurll that congt7 KeiinNlys Laxative lour HJ and Tar nlli the congiisthin stops Unit tickling drives the cold out through the bowel Sold by Jackson I Drug Cotnrany l Tout Better Than BreWi ordietHealth for thcrpSnnfJ jison tlIt JS better cTSgkcd pad therefore toastingdcstroystte le harmful productsof yeast fermentation aifd tho action of the heart converts the starch into a more digestible sub stance T T m Pirating Folejf Honey nnd Tar Foley A Co thlcsBO originated honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foley a Honey tnd Tar many Imitations are offered for the cpnulne These worthless imi JilLions hire similar sounding names Bevraie of thorn The genuine Foley honey and Tar Is in a yellow package tk font and refuse any substitute L Is the best remedy for coughs or colds fackson Drug Onmpnny Good Templar Root Doer Take U pint of bran a handful of sprucehemlocksassafras with roots a handful of each of burdock plantain and dock and two of up in a spoonlul lusses und U of yeast Let it work then bottle- A toad complexion U Impartible vllh the stomach out iif order If pai ty sallow people ijould pay more at tention to thttr stomachs and less to he skin nn their faces they would have better complexions Kodol for lyrpepaia will digest what you eat and imtyoiir stomach back In right shape ado its own work Kodol relieves pal pilntlon of than heart flntulenct stur stomach heart burn etc Sold by Jackson Dui Oo To Relieve Insomnia A very simple method of inducing sleep in cases of persistent insomnia and ono that has succeeded where drugs have failed is Jp simply administer a moderate liquid food before the patient goes to bed This diverts the blood from the brain to the abdominal organs and takes away the cerebral excite ment that precludes sleep Not a thing harmful in One Minute Cough Cure but it relieves a cough quickly cuts the phlegm Healing and toothing Sold bj Jackdon Drug Co I Ii j ft yJare a ALL OVER THE OUSSEAppro- priate a Garnishes For Various K Fish and Moat DishesVSlices of lemon for fish and raw t a oysters also for roast veal and calls V head lied heels cut in ornamental shapes for cold meat and boiled bc 1 ST lJilfcrMnt jelly for game and also i rd and bread puddings 4 vicljier IDQckcrclQld salmon nor cut veto ornamental i tcc cd1l ci 1ot o- fto v 1ii7salads and cold meats jiir i4Sliced egg showing both the white sad yellow parts are nico for chicken salad Spots of black pepper alternating with rod on the Jut side of the boiled ham which should be uppermost IL Parsley is the garnish most uni=t r vr used for all kinds of cold fneutalshcheese etc Horseradish for roast beef and for fish in general When used for r dill slices of lemon alternate with tic little heaps of horseradish War Against CotiHUinntlon I All nations are endeavoring to check e 4plagueeach year Foley s Honey and Tar cufei coughs and colds perfectly and you are in no danger of consumption Do not risk vuur health by Uklpg some unknown preparation when Foleji loner and Tar Is safe and certain In results Ask for Koloss Honey and Tar and Insist upon having it Jackson Drue Ucinp- aiiyFOIE1SKIMEYCTOE t Makes KIdaeys and Bladrfw RlgM CANT EAT Whenyou rnervesarel- all unstrung your appetite rails youand you feel as though Ihe bollom haddroDo ped out of your stomach you are paying the penalty for the abuse you have inflicted upon yourself by hastilyeatea 1 and improper food thoughdelicate i they resent illnet meatsDr CaldwellsLaxatlo SyrupIIs the greatest remedy In the world for correcting and curing all forms of stom ach and digestive trouble I It instantly imparts new life andvlgorf to these parts and keeps them in prime and perfect working condition Dontt wait until you are in the grin of these torturing complaints butgeta lar or half dollar size of DR CALD WELLS SYRUP PEPSIN now at your druggists and forestall the trouble Your money will be refunded If It does not benefit you t Your portal end reqasnt will briar by rttnra CALDWLLaBOOK tthose who have never tried this woadcrtat LWtacdy Do It now 4 wiPEPSIN SYRUP CO Montltillt ItllnoU 4 fold by JACKSON ARVO CO7 t 11 I rr iy- a F = The Breathitt News f SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE l WISE HAGINS Iilll1Ox a5 5a asasdsa9C 1- fiu DR O H SWANQO C PNYSICIAN PNDswON OPIMCD HOURS8A M TO 4 P r IN 1IAIMJI8 BUILDINO m JACKSON KENTUCKY r- nls2 I asaa 5Eaa5sass- 2J WISE IIAGINS- ATTORNEYAILAW r Office ever PostOfflce JACISONKay00IT CfMl bualneis Intrusted to hln will receive prompt end careful at mention xuKmnmlmrmnmmtmmfmrnnnmr t tL C ROARK t 0 I LAWYER i JACKSON KENTUCKY Str t r f s IItNtJJJIWIWIIWWIWIPATTON lATTORNEY AT LAW 4 OFFICE IN CKAWFOitD HUXJ JACKSON KY ate3 f ANNOUNCEMENT r We are authorized to announce HON A F BYRD of Clark County as a candidate for Congress from this too 1Otl District of Kentucky suUject to the action of the li rata tI tarty 11 FRIDAY MAY 18 ioI OIL AD GAS A Brief Sketch or the Formn tlon history and Production of Petroleum niul Natural Gns CONTINUED FROM LAST WJ KK Petroleum nnd natural gas liaXo lieon known to the civilized world from thodlwn of history and taut utilization of natural gas D2tinni antcdatcsauthentic hi to rrIbIt1JIq wrnlrnt lespringsaak a t vfotintuirlsuf thtrfoiJ thins of l y have mien celebrated k by tho Arabs and PcrsiivhS The present operations in Greece are on the site of what hasbeen knows for centuries as the pitch wells located some ten miles from the town of Zunte and these springs or wells aro usually named nfnong the interesting antiquities of the idnnd and received descriptive mention by Pliny andothers In Persia Arabia India and rthcr countries petroleum has been in use many centuries as attested by such writers as Aristotle Plu i tarch and others whilo tho ruins a of tho ancient temple of tho Parsees or FireWorshipers at Balm where natural gas and po troleum have been issuing from the earth and bubbling up through the waters of tho Caspian Sea for untold ages and from the numer ons ancient cemetries adother fire temples one comes across in the Persian districts it is evident that the extraction of oil has been caviled on since tho days of remotest antiquity and to this day Kurds get tho oil in what must have been the mosfc ancient way of s obtaining naptha Many travelers a c who have gone overland from r Europe to India from tho time of Marco Polo to recent years have i described tho abundance of petro leum on tho Caspian Tho ancient gravel pits near Ti tusville Pennsylvania show that the American Indian had some knowledge of the value of petro Vjcuin before tho white man had invaded that region and it is quite probable that the burning springs and outflows of petro leum on the streams of West Virginia had already attracted tho at tention of tho aborigines and that they were even making use of them in their own primitive ways long before tho first white settlers crossed tho Allcghanics Petroleum in North America r was probably first mentioned by a Franciscan missionary named Jos iph do la liocho dAllion in a let ter written in 1629 and published in Iigards History of Canada in 1010 Peter Kohn described the t springs on Oil Creek in his book of travels in North America which 1wns published in London in 1772 In 1750 the French commander at fM xt- 7iyn yr + Y Fort Duqucsno described them inI A letter to General Montcalm later toward the close of tho cen turjvmuch mention was made of it Gen Washington visited tho tburning springs above Charleston 11r1a in 1775 and preempted it along with other lands given to him for military servic by tho State of Virginia In his will this natural gas wonder to gether with a square aero of ground was deeded to tho public forever and the following reference to its acquisition is recorded Tho tract of which the 123 acres is n moiety was taken up by Gen Andrew Lewis and myself for on account of a bituminous andI which it contains of so ble a nature as to burst forth as freely as spirits and nearly as dif ficult to extinguish CONTINUED NEXT WKKK NEW POLITICS Politics seem to bo starting on a now line Instead of being ham meredout along tho old part lines of cutanddried spccche s concerning party platforms and principles now methods are being introduced KxGocrnor Bob Taylor has started tho new method Instead of telling tho people how this 01 that party did ho has taken his Fiddle and Bow and with a lot of funny stories has fiddled his way into the U S Senate from Ten nesseeIn Kansas exGovernor Hoc has been nominated for reoloetio- and the main question in the ugh ism Did Hoch attempt to kiss th wife of exGovernor Sturdy 1 Thi- was a charge preferred again loch The smuck of that kiss is heard all through campaign Wonder what weregoing to have in Kentucky 1 TIIEtOOALSTUIKE JIIIe The fear of a strike among the mines of the anthracite coal regio is passed An agreement has bee tdachcd between the miners nnd operators and what promised to b10 one of the greatest struggles bo tweefl capital and labor is averted T mewltoIe nation ought to bV thnnkfuJitA triko in the hard coal regloits is always n civil war IjllogdalmP l iw7 pat frdisorder always attends thesi strikes among the miners made up as they arct mostly of foreign ers V- This is another great victory for John Mitchell j the head of thj frnnera union He has given other evidence of his ability ast labor leader and ho deserves great credit fpr bringing about a settle ment The country is fortunate in escaping a great calamity because if a Strike had occured i would have been another great in dustrial war paralyzing business and sure to result in shooting and killing and in all probability tai advance of coal on the consumer would bo increased to pay the cost of the strike Wo arc glad no strike has been declared and sorry that an agree ment was not reached sooner be fore all the trouble took place a- Mt t Cnrmel PH which attended tho few weeks of idleness in that sectioneO GOBHESFGOTJENUE TURKEY Ed Terry of Cope Branch was here Sunday T W Cooper of Owslej coun ty was at this place Sunday IVilson J Terry made a busi ness trip to Owsloy county lost SaturdayOld Richard Mcintosh of Cow Creek was hero Saturday on businessMrs Roberts of Four Mile I was a welcomed caller at this place ono day last week j Misses Cappio and Lizzie Terry were tho pleasant guests of Mrs Nan Little Sunday Elisha Johnson and Ance McIntosh of Jetts Creek were call ing on tho fair sex here Sunday Mr and Mrs Matt Barrett of Leo county visited friends and relatives in this vicinity last week Mrs E F Terry returned from Beattyvillo Monday where she has been visiting friends and relatives Miss Mattio Lou Terry of Booncville is visiting relatives at Jetts Creek and Turkey this week Miss Lucinda Caudell who has boon very ill with rheumatism for It 4a 1 X I tL Lexingtd a7s J IIingI DAY BROSZ =COMPANY=Trust Qa1Y Wholesale and Retail a Savings Department Pays 3 per cent on Time have the most complete stock of Deposits Safety Vault Boxes for Rent A GENERAL BANKING AND TRUST GENERAL BlISINESSr MERCHANDISE Acts as Administrator and Executor Serves as Guardian f and f Trustee Buys und Sells Stocks and Bonds Ever brought to jackson Consisting Accounts of asern and Central ofiKentucky Banks Solicited trgJ gQodtINTEREST PMID ON BALANCES fi llCAPITAL STOCK ks00000000 11U=STOCKHOLDERS LIAR CQO00000 tJ JIl tR 4ABSOLUTE PROTKOTIQN TO PATRONS 120000000 r LOANS MADE ON REAL FlATE ND PERSONAL SECUIUTIES SECURITY PRO eU t VIDED ON OFFICIAL BOND otllfFACILlTIES s ARE AMPLE FOR TILL EFFICIENT QIi IJ11ittQit TRANSACTION OF ALL BY CONSERVATIVE TRUST COM F J MARKET STR1SRTS JtJoFIlQfs s PANIESlliIII 1GTON I Yloft1Iji K ttA a j lade for moro than a quartero altury Ths most durable and ccolomlcal nOclunL All wcartuh enclosed and free from dust and weather A coldrolltd steel spindle on which all our revolve requiring No Uabblttingz1 IS A FKATtlU sails without Js or bolts and the use of 48 sails In wheel IS A FEATl Ills smooth runnlncr Chilled eccentric driving the actuat IS A FEATURE Ing rod turntable and sclf regulating device IS A FEATURE A chilled ballbearing Idnltl1li lfNr ZAI run and for nlatYII fur our In for Cataiog rull- n an4Vu p AL1oureood tall tIUftIIIItNourpile 11110 II a line otTwrrT HEUUERAlER CO AJapolion Ohio U S A a the past two gceks is slowly im r LOST CREEK G W Deaton went to Jackson Wednesday Sarah McIntosh wife of Neddie Mclntosh is very sick sanginaon way ui miu UIK u uimvn ginseng ono pound of yellow root and killed two largo rattle snakes nnd two largo ground hogs and returned home tho same day ant hurt NI3p eKnt Combs is now in a serious condition Nancy Noble wife of Alexander Noble has been seriosly ill A doctor was summoned and sho is sonic better In comparison blind tigers art like volcanoes When their inmates become heated to a certain degree they pour forth over the country playing havoc and spread ing terror in their path Vo pray that they may become as extinct as many of tho inactive volcanoes of the world Leslie Combs tho eighty ear okl son of John Combs while descending from a too stack a tie rolled and caught his hand cut ting four of his fingers very bad and breaking tho hone of tho mid die finger between tho two last joints Ho is getting along very seeing tho condition of Katy Combs J II Combs is stir redwith a feeling to importune tho county court to allow her n claim as she has no property real or personal no ono to tare for her and lis bedfast Combs be lieves poor widows ought to be specially cared Uncle John T Williams who has been sick or quite awhile is Eliza and Diana Smith of Ary wero tho guests of Samuel Holliday Sunday Mrs Amanda Williams threw a rockat her cow a few days ago and broke her leg Born to Postmaster Robert Wil a + = i == BAKERWIND ENGINES 1I A Writ I all enerantrTHE t II badlyAfter for- TKOUULESOME againMisses iiamsandwifp irofn r r that sex of four children a Mn atttrtJ1y m ry tug tt pull the jug pcddjgrs here Go ahead Jack and if you need help call for tho Rood citizens and not time outlaws t Jasper Stacy has returned from Hazard where he had been to see Sheriff Evereole who was shot n fcw daysrO lie reports that his on tho road to recovery VilliariTffuckcr who emigrated from Nor h Carolina to this placo some time ago is said to be closely related to EH Tucker the famous writer for tho Yellow Jacket The civil authorities here pace had warrnpfs for some limo for ownersadogs that have been bit ten by nrfa ddogs but kayo not executed thentl Gentlemen do your duty anti IJehoores you to fulfill righteousness as well as your duty in your official capacity This illustra tion is the Exact size v the No 4- Mercantile Fountain PenBest Pen on earth for the money Price 250 We also carry best values in 1 and 150- Fountain Pens HEINTZ1I2WEL13H Opposite Plroent- xLIXINUTON FOeNrPIN PErrs REPPIREDr Vi t i W Hr Henderson Ayro Street Oi p Toil Oflbo LEXINGTON KY UKAIK11 IN Grain Seeds Feed Wheat Kr Itirley OiU and CUT Olovr Ilnu thy Milt K nti1i Hlut GIBM Ornlini0 Buu 11itaiHnn Hay Straw Pull Feed FOR SALE One house aud lot with about I two acres of grortnd within ono half milo os tho court house I Abo ninotwolfths interest in ljig hiiHobort8pn farm which IS Ltuated about lA miles alum Jackson Anyone wanting bargain will do well to call on r G froniNSONV Ifitf Jackson 1- RRGAITNS IN Real Estat Wo have for sale u number of good farms and town lots anion which arc time following A good farm of about 400 aero on Frozen Creek within four miles of Jackson Good dwellin outbuildingsGood barn Good orchard with nor than 100 trees in bearing and set oral young trees set out last year 100 acres in cultivation balanci woodland Title perfect a goof place for anyone looking for n home Price 3000 A farm of about 400 acres with in Ilmiles of Jackson Good dwelling mid barn Also a store house about BO acres in cultivation balance woodland Title perfect A good homo and cheap at tho price 1GOO buys it Another tract of land on tho up per Twin Branch of Spring Fork about It miles from Lambric This tract contains 204 and is well timbered and a virgin forest and adjoining the lands of the Conti mental Realty Company A bar gain for anyone looking after time ber or coal lands A coal vein about f4 feet thick Price 1250 A tract of land at tho mouth of Spring Fork containing 350 acres a good dwelling a good store house n good barn about 20 acres bottom laud Most of tho balance well timbered with poplar and oak close to floating water This is one of tho best locations for a store in Brcathitt county Price 3300 A tract on Laurel Branch of HlIringIorkLnm ricrell timbered 2700 Upbesidespine Vic Also an eleven foot vein of coal This is ono of the best coal and timber tracts in Brcathitt county Price 10 per acreFor further information callon or address Hagins Blanton JACKSOK KY m L1fir II Wo have the IHcst lino of shoos inEat ern Kentucky gill v J nious shoes arc of ifftheFor tile Ladies we have the mossr Fashionable LotV of Shoes money coutd buyj 0 r jasa 4- H 4 THE LATEST DESIGNS 1N r MILLINERYThis Department is under the mantagement of Miss Margaret Basket who ShowyThe fFASHIONABLEIn all FreshfromIf you need any House Furnishings or FURNITUREWe are the people you are looking for we have it by car loads to suit every body Come and see us our lllllllllllllllllHIIIllllllllllllllMUIPI DAY BROSJ OOMPANYlac l i teIrxtt 4J h i 10 Ci- A xciftor Jof oc 1 1I IJI r The Breathitt News IultlsluMl Hvory Frhliiy CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAR n J WISE HAG INS Emrou pp Sltmilitl ViiL- ocal Ii and PersonalJ 0 Iliuldcn for Strawberries Stop with Hurt Bros at Recd hotel when in Lexington Hugh Riddle of jfcvino was here Wednesday C Iladden gets Fresh Strawberries every day Wesley Turner Sr of Canoe was here the first of the week Miss Florence M Strong of J Athol attended the commencement exercises Miss Margaret Davis huts re turned from Georgetown where she has been visiting The young folks of Quicksand hneln delightful May party at Raven Roost Saturdayr t Estill Fletcher of Rochester N Y visited his brother Capt I F W Fletcher last week J II New lIntl and Robert t Thomas are building a concrete sidewalk in front of the Methodist church Billie Pierce a ccusin of II S Harnett of Tin NBWH was in slimly killed by n live wire in Chicago last Fridayw p Mat Crawford has purchased tract of land from Breck Combs above town on which he will erect a distillery a A prominent physician of the East has discovered tho fact that lA finger nail biting is heredity 1 Wish tlicyM bitdout what back biting is v Sydney Bowling of Elvira was dcIcetbond and has taken charge of the property John Watts left here lust Monday for Sew Mexico to accompany his wife home Sho bin been there for several months under treatment 4forlung trouble anti is very much I Improved r rRev Dr Vitx of Louisville is in town attending file commence ment exercises us guest of his iiProf Vitx who has been in charge of the manual training department of the college this year d Mrs F W Fletcher is visiting friends in Cincinnati und will visit her mother in ft v7 nthiaanll uefon returning home Capt Fletcher- nccOiliplide1 her to Cincinnati but returned home Saturday At tho close of the Sunday school if service held by Miss Withers at Kessler Chapel Elkatawa next Sunday morning a gospel meeting rstell bo conducted by Evan R 1 fEmns from tho Moody Hiblo In stitute Chicago All ore invited to attend Mr and Mrs H 0 Holm of Mivtown take this method to thank the good people of Jackson whom they have recently visited c for their amiability and kindness hiring their stay and that their future may glide happily away without caro or sorrow is their heartfelt prayer Rev W W Powell and family have returned from a three weeks vacation spent in Tennessee There will bo regular preaching services at the church Sunday morning and night Tho morning subject will bo An Infallible Caro Cure At night tho subject will bo Tho Conquering Christ Everybody welcome In the case of the Commonwealth vs llargis appealed from tho Fayctto circuit court tho ap police has been given twenty days to file brief This is the ease wherein tho Commonwealth ap pealed on the ground that tho instructions wore erroneous in the trial of James llargis at Lexington last year At Lost Creek on lust SundnIRev Mr Kimball of Evan 11 Evans who recentl came to Breathitt county from tho Moody Bible Institute Chicago held services at tho meeting house of Rev and Mrs Druschel a largo congregation being present Mr and Mrs Druschel are doing good work at Lost Creek and Big Brunch and TUB NEWS unites with their grateful pnrishoners in wishing them more success if possible in Q their work in the future Ja I1 tr-i TIII2 FISCAL COUUT Orders Financial Statement Pub llHlicd Smt to Itn HroiiKlit to Set Attltlo Sale ut Dullmiuuiit- Til St Tho Fiscal Court was in session last Thursday Friday and Satur day They made settlement with the Sheriff on taxes etc for time year 1505 showing n balance due time county from the Shorill of 11G510 which he paid Tho court appointed committee to have tho jail repaired and also one to have the Jackon bridge inspected The former fiscal court at its last session allowed the largest delinquent list ever allowed by any court in tho history of the county which amounted to 1010 The saran court sold this list to gether with the list of 1504 which was nearly as largo to the sheriff for 120 This so called sale way rondo without any previous notice us required by Jaw nnd was bought by the sheriff in direct violation of law The present court made an order that suit bo brought to set aside this salt and recover this money and any other money that may bt lUC tho county As there had beers no financial statement or list of claims pub lished for Limo last four years as required by law the court ordered that this now bo done Tho court having passedon nil time business before it adjourned MJl Correction InTwfraccount last weak of the arrivals tho Misses Kraul and Grady who are entering tho work of tho So bf Soul Winners wo made tho type Hffy preachers instead of teachers as was intended I Murrlngo Licenses The following marriage licenses have been issued dtiijng the past week Visf r wn vc Walter Creech I drtl Miss KHai Maloney both o Frozen Creek Robert artier nhdjMisH Ix urana S dCer lith of houllltr HlllClc Cleveland Conilis and Miss Paulina Duff bh of Clay Hole P XflB H MB M H WM 1ltltleot School Trustees The census reports of pupil l children for Cite present year are not in for District Nos 10 12 lti 1H as 4 i 6IV st Ql 78 8d 15 These nwmsI bo forth coming pr trustees mitgtsufTer the penalty of tlfd livnfefr Rcmcjnbpr time fine and punishment urcPsc vere Respccl fully yours jt Husnr H NoniK aipt C Si H C AnVUUTISIJlT LKTTKKS jit 40 ajtList remaining un claimed in t1eJttekson postoffice for the week ending May 17 1903 and sent to Letter Oflico at Washington 1 D C for the week ending May ItlstOn- AMiss Mary Andersonf H Henry Burnett C LJCOX- II Morris Ilchly- J Lulio Johnson 2 letters Persons calling for tho above mail will please say advertised D D HUIIST P M Fresh Strawberries Tomatoes Beans Onions and etc nt C Haddcus Friday and Saturday Uncle Abner C Russell of Clay Hole was a caller ut TUB XUWH office Thursday Uncle Ab is one the countys most progressive citi zens and wo are always pleased to see him Time business of our merchants this spring has been very active Everybody wells to bo busy mind that is just another evidence that Jackson is forging to tho front as n prominent mercantile center We begin this week a publica tion of n list qf claims which has been allowed against Brcnthitt county during tho past four years whichwill bo continued from week to week until completed If you will read these lists you will sea where your money has gone rime question of having n base ball team in Jackson this season seems to have dropped by the wayside Too und Wo should have a baseball team and with tho material we have in town it ought not to be n hard matter to got it Baseball is enjoyed by Jackson pcpplo and last year tho gapes were well patronized show ing that our townspeople took an interest in the sport Wo are limited in matters of this kind hero and we should do our best to keep up all things which afford us pleasure ns n baseball game does Phario M The State Hear 1 ft notwithstanding tin clistOr set is nteiMi v nro here in great abuiiu i wools are simoU n roar will San F riuicisi0 KnrtluiualiC Vi Time Presbyterian Ladies Society will give a MtitoptHi entertainment till college chnpcl Friday tfghgtMny 25 Tin tel riblo lire Anl earthquake in San Francisco will ho vividly and real istically illustrated on the screen He sure you see it Admission adult 25c children 1c I Au Unprovoked Murder Dock Strong colshot and killed Win Griffith eel last Sunday morning As fur as we are able to learn there was no excuse for the killing Strong was drinking nt the time lie hind his ex amining trial Wednesday before Judge Taulbcc and was held to answer before tho circuit court without bail nnd was sent to jail To Trustees and School OHIccrs As it is nearing the time to cast nbout for teachers in our common schools I think it my duty to call your attention to the fact that it is your sworn and moral dutv jto eifiptoy the most moral and best qualified teachers that it is possible for you to procure and when you fall or refuse to do this you place a black mark upon time future wel fare of homes anti society that will be hard to erase Very truly yours IltiNKV B Nonri Stipt C S B C New Trial Jrnuted In the Court of Appeals the case of llobort Neeley vs Com monwealth from Powell county Chief Justice llobson delivering tho opinion of time court the case was reversed Appellant was charged with lulling one Jim Smith shot by n special bailiff whom he had accompanied to make un arrest Tho case is reversed on erroneous iii triutioii anti re manded for now trial Tho court incidentally holds that a Justice of tho Peace has nq authority to ap point n special bailiff to execute a warrant at arrest issued under the crjllIT1 I dU given thirteen yeah oetynsft1 Time gtsewagniot county bifa cbiuijrotpf venue Dinner nt1JleirEviii Mr and Mrs A S Henry gave a delightful dinner to n number of friends ut their beautiful home Glen Eyrie in South Jackson last Monday evening The house was beautifully decorated with Amen can Beauty roses and spring lowers and the table was adorned with pinkauntl whito carnations I which with the silver candelabra and pink candles mute n delightfully pretty scone Tho affair was ono of the prettiest ever given in Jackson Among those present Mrs A IL Patton Misses Den ham and Osborno mill Messrs Patton Kelly and Scull hnnd Mrs henry also gave n porch party Wednesday evening as a farewell to Misses Denham rand Reese of the college faculty which proved to be another of the enjoyable events of the commence ment we- ekcow FOR SALE Seymour Chapman on Lower Quicksand has a fine young cow for sale at a reasonable price 30 = Town Ordinance Be it ordained by the Hoard of Trustees of the town of Jackson Ky that as the sale of distilled malt and vinous liquors has been expressly prohibited in tho town of Jackson and county of Breath itt mind that ns Poruna mind Oxola two chemical or ego table medicinal compounds have been officially analyzed and found to contain intoxicating ingredients such as alcohol etc quantities to produce intoxication when drinkand as tho salo of these two concoctions is prohibited by the laws of this State any firm corporation company indi vidual or individuals who sells trades or barters said Peruna or Oxola within tho limits of tho tovnbf Jackson Ky shall be fined not less than 20 nor more than 50 for tho first offense and shall bo imprisoned for not less than ton nor more than twenty days in tho discretion of the court or jury trying tho case For each succeeding offense each person so offending shall bo fined not less than 50 nor more than 100 S II STIDIUM Chairman ClerkBoardson Ky 3033 tI If i r 1 NI r Ii J hfivy Whore They Can Do Best n I j Wnrl in a positionto servo you to 4mlVi4I1tlgO possible and save you money ouml you buy for tho following ronaona it Wtglmndlo n general line limbing it eon Jif ilf7o rnt or you to buy everything tit ono n Wo have been in the retail business r 111 1tgive ovary uaino83dutnil null nntirin Wa 111 our goods from reliable c j JflJi1Oright time and jJtho boat PILJingffl11qt We bu goodj un cash w elm insures us spot cash pries attend to tho portion of the busiya nesppursonnlly which insures proper atten 11 expenses of running same H elhnvo no rout to payluulother expenses lI nro kept down to a niinimutn Th6 above reasons enable us to conduct our business on close margins small profits and quick sales It is our constant nUll to eon I r ductour business on business principles gcorrect weights and measures null inIi sure ovor one a square deal at all ARE YOU WITH USt Jm f- 1J e1 fQI1f II = W Commencement Exorcises Time comnicni lent exercises at the college this year were ofn very ctijoyublcVuature and were attended by lnr crowds Tho exercises Sutugdr evening con sisted of a nuntbrcof drills and an operetta The drills deserve much credit cspccialwRhe Brownie and the SheJlhercY4umblrs and Sunday morning the Bacculnu ronto address was trim by 11e- vIr Cummings Jf Winchester and was n deligjilfully instructive and cntcrtaining rmon He spoke of tho Endless Life and tho ne cessity of pr lmrJt14onos self for the battles Or t + orld On Sun lay evening Dr Qutnmings again delivered not ndjdrcsH which was also pleasing musical pro gram for botJsj rvices was ex rcccdingly good and well rendered fiJ1 Monday opening the pupils f the musical dtparlmont tinder the direction of Miss Denham rrendered a splendid musical pro Inm anti this circiso wits much 1jed byMn7layt cIeon intamr5st ay of the pupils acquitting themselves with great credit Tuesday evening the exercises elied with mi n ddress by Ir Evans of Danvilljc trod the grad uation exorcises rwo graduates Joo Hrophy n 1QIss Josephine McGuirc Iecel x TI The teacherstlcharge of time to their homes this wcok Mis Jy land to her liomojin East Tennessee Miss Reese tn Vshville N C and Miss Dcnhanup Stanford Ky This was Muss Rylands first year at tho institution and she has proven hei clft5ma capable and eonllletent teach r and has won great praise father work from parents anti students alike Miss Hceso is better known hero hav jug been in chai Ovof tho primary department Instrnr and her ef ficiency is attested by tho interest which has been taken in her work Tho work of the musical department this year was very gratifying to all the friends of the school and that it was in capable hands is well attested by the work of the students Miss Denham has proven herself to be a competent teacher andan accomplishedmusician and her pleasant grace anti manner has made her ninny friends anti en dcnredhcr to the Duple of lnck son The hen that lays Is the hen that pays We havc them Eggs for hatch ing from pure bred single comb Brown Leghorns M M1 HAOISS HEADACHES and I YES RAINSI Many who lure for years suffered intensely from chronic sick headaches using drugs of till kinds without any benefit have found immediate mind per mament relief in- PROPERIYADJe3TEb CPSSES Because eyestrain was tho to f cause We remove the cause and our cure is lasting SfTISFf eTIOfl QJJII ftrl fEED I I3r DI FLEENORJEW- ELER AND OPTICIAN JACKSON KENTUCKY = = == = = = = =i VlllWBJCsr 6UECEBO A I NEW STOCK I oF 3MILLINERY t GOODSp Dress Goods AbIES FINE FURNISHINGS And everything usually kept in a firstclass milliner store I bare just added Ii y 21 bFErnf1KIf4Idepartment ploredn trimmer front Louisville I invite you to call lit nay store corner Main and Broadway Miss Abbie Bailey DILfeLINE1tY- e 1 1 3w+ III ffiIw W 11 1fl tIRII NTS 1 11l Ilf Just received a full line1I1 1l- it which AVO ilb1l 1ti I Frlt Il IJ 1 111 1 l 111- 11J WrI11lAli longer find look better than iN 111 allYother paint made Call IN getilr i R Iflpllces = y1l1 t 11k111 1 1 J Jackson Drug CoNI a x c MANY MEMORIALS t see a rr pulble PBU110u Iou mfu44 and tad wtit to mal c r pari Thlu rb outfit Is the kind usually Base of cabinet 18x9 Inchestorn over two feet long one dozen genuine Edison gold moulded records and ono dozen genuine Edison blanks for making your own Price tag70 after free trial or If 00 nrefer nUrAn nAY j- f There are man to commemorate the deeds tLose who have passed on but whatever k their natural sentiments feels like dis pensingwith a suitable marker to designate the last resting place Dont waste tinge looking around como hero first I have the mon n in out you want R M SHELY JACKSON KY Mr Edison7 wanlto PhonogrAPh ebery sAmrricanhomc OPPORTUNITYAB onterulnment MIgreIoaer FREE TRIAL payfortbebest reoordsV Jijvr says bftbe Superb Edison Rome t J Phonograph outfit No7 I 1 IIn your own home ISI1PLYIHa 80 A =Edison PAYS MONTHI 70monthirpaywents youngfurhrtfrr J fromilutdWRITE TODAYIaorirtngstate what kind of records you want whether or Instrumental or of every kind and we wilt make you up our selection In ordering please give assurances of rellablll ty stating oic occupation married or single andhow long resident In 1 epresent locality Remember no 0 u Dno lormauiy FRfU TRIAl Oar gnat frtt trial offtr It crowding tht facto OU front to 6 furs of prompt tMpmtnt plea send your order TODAY Gustariis Babson Manager Dept 149 Michigan AT Chicago FREE to thoM who alrtcilr own an Edlxra wtwill send month aapplementeo1 tb Edl OB record tree i wntr rw 11 kul wtt- waroerptotdrwcalesfexeaagNrewphuoprapM ac of some best TJ RtMt For any further information tail on or address HENRY S BARNETT At the Breathitt County News Oflico Phonographs from 10 and up BEST HOTEL IN TilE FREE BUS TO and FROM GUY DEPOT ARLINGTON HOTELS S TAULBEE PROP JACKSON KT OPOD LIVEUY3TAniE IS FIRST OLAS3 SAMPLE CONNECTION ROOMS u 4 mm I WANTED j GOOD RELIABLE LOGGING CONTRACTORS JTo Snake and Skidd 10000 foot per day Also wanted 1 100 Timber Cutters s j Will pay seventyfive cants per 1000 feet FIVE YEARS EMPLOYMENT Address K P LUMBER CO I r tr A BETSCIIER SUJPT- ii OWSLEtGO LE ROSE ICY M Ii Ia- epia1 t1J 0 t t f1 W r rI 7 FI Vanrevelsr t By BOOTH TARKINGTON Deilicalreand MoniaurIndianaAuthor or The Gentleman prom CopyrlshG loo by 33 McClure C- afpIs U I nbUl1IlonjW AntUIWJlir 1 left the otllee lu charge of au hu pundit substitute but lato that night ho came to his desk once more to write tho story of the accident to Corporal dray and the tale that he wrote had been already put Into writing by Toro Vanrcvel as It fell from Cralleys lips utter the doctor had come so that none w might doubt It No oae did doubt It What reason had Mr Carewo to Injure CrUIcy Gray Only five In Itoucn- Uuow the truth for Nelson had gone with his mate and except Mamie the other servants of the Carewc house told had been among tine crowd In bent of tho Iloucu House when the kliot was fired So the story went over the town how Cralley had called to say goodby to Mrs Taubcrry how Mr Carewe hap lieued to be examining the musket his father had carried 1u 1812 when the rxapon was accidentally discharged Io ball entering Cralleys breast how jlr Carewc stricken with remorse and horror over this frightful misfortune uud suffering too severe anguish of ond to remain upon the scene of the tragedy which his carelessness had nude had lied attended by his serv nut nnd how they had leaped aboasd te evening boat as It was pulling out end were now on their way down the r ucrtud this was tho story too that Tom laid Fanchon for It was ho who brought I i lor to Cralley Through tho long night fce knelt at Cralleys side his hand al vays pressed to her breast or cheek Lr eyes always upward and her lips norlng wlthther prayers not for Cral ly to be spared but that tho Father round take good care of him In heaven tl she came I had already given lm up she said to Tom meekly In a 4rmnll voice I knew It was to come nad perhaps this way is better than tllltI thought It would be far away from me Now I can bo with him and t prhaps 1 shall have him n little longer fur he was to have gout away before 11lIiIho morning sururoso upon n fair rorld gay with bits chatterlugs from lUo big trees of the Carewc place and jn snot with the odors of Miss Bettys lamleu and Cralley lying upon the Ivd of the man who had shot him hearkened and smiled goodby to the rummer hu loved and when the day broke asked that the bed be moved so f tint he might lie close by the window 1twastxom whoudbolnYhimto th- irTw 1- a I h1V L rr ot le thl ho said waving the othtt aside Nut long aftei sunrise when the bed had been moved near the window Oral toy begged Fanchon to bring him n I miniature of his mother whIeli The had A give her and urged her to go for It herself Ho wanted no bands but hers tp touch It he said And when she hail throne he asked to be left alone with Tom Ulvo me your band Tom bo said faintly Id like to keep hold of It n minute or so I couldnt have said that yesterday could I without causing kus both horrible embarrassment But I fancy I can now because Im done for fiats too bad Isnt It Im very young after all Do you remember what poor Andro Chenler said as ho went up to be guillotined There were things In this head pf miner But I want to tell you whats been the mat ter with me It was Just my being n bad sort of poet I suppose that Ive t newer loved any one yet Ive cared snore deeply than other men for every lovely thing I ever saw and theres so little that hasnt lovcllnoos In it Id t be ashamed not to have cared for the beauty In nil the women Ive made love but About this one the most beautiful of nllIflic will understand said Tom iptlckly She will yes shes wise and good l If Fauchon knew there wouldnt bo oven a memory left to her and I dont ti think shed live And do you know I a believe 1vo dons a favor for Miss Bet 4tyIn getting myself shot Carewe will newer come back Tom was ever a nuauJ knaveryso exactly the architect t of his own destruction as mine And t for what gain Just the excitement of the comedy from day to day for sheI was cure to despise me as soou as she knew and the desire to hear her voice say another khidly thing to me and the everlasting perhaps In every won an end this one the heart desire of all the worldl Ah welt Tell meI- t want to hear It front youhow many hours does the doctor say Hours Cralley Tones hand twitch ed plIfully In the others feeble grasp i I know Its only a few Theyre all fools doctors exelalm ed Vanrevel fiercely rf7 N no And I know that nothing can to done You till see ItJ uuu you I want me to go easily or you wouldnt let mo have my own way so much It frightens me I own up to think that so seen Ill be wiser than the wisest In the world Yet I always wanted ty know Ive sought and Ive sought r but now to go out alone on tile search It rust be tho search for the Holy CtallI 1Icfibo dont talk begged Toni In a broken whisper for mercys sake lad It wears on you so I Cralley laughed weakly Do you thin I could die peacefully without talking u great deal Theres one thing 1 Vl I wun Tom1 want to see all of them aretharm could It do I want them to come by hero on their way to the boat with tho band and the new flag Dut- yk I wazittho band to play cheerfully 1d cAsk Vnj la play Rosh the Bow will you 1vo never believed In Tnournful h fyl ro1 T ilnnfr want in aut nut otlt rt- r y t d ifrwya1b- i a u now Itd the rankest Impiety of ntH And besides I want to aeo them as theyll be when they come marching home they must look gay All dont lad doutl Tom Hung one arm about the others shoulder and Cralley was silent but rested his hand gently on his friends head In that at titude Fauchon found them when she came The volunteers gathered at the court house two hours before noon They met each other dismally speaking In undertones as they formed In lines of four whllo their dispirited faces show ed that the heart was out of them Not so with the crowds of country folk and townspeople who lined the streets to see tho last of them for these when the baud came marching down the street and took Its place set up n royal cheering that grew louder as Jefferson Barcaud the color bearer carried thp Bug to the head of the procession With the recrylts marched the veterans of 1812 and the Indian wars the one legged cobbler stumping along beside General Trumble who looked very do jested and old The lines stool In silence nnd responded to the cheering by quietly removing their hats so that tho people whispered that It was mow like an Odd Fellows Sunday funeral than the departure of enthusiastic pa trlots for tlio seat of woe General Tnimbles was not the only sad taco In the ranks All wore downcast and nervous even those of the lads tram the country who hind not known the coin rado they were to leave behind Jefferson unfurled tho flag Marsh gave the word of command the band began fo play a quickstep ant he proc- essIon moved forward down tho cheer lug lane of people who waved little Jags and handkerchiefs anti threw their hilts In the air as they shouted tibut contrary to potation the parade waaTnot directly along Maltvstreet to tiig river Right wheel MnrcHl commanded Tapplngham hoarsely waving his sword and Jefferson let thOjWny Into Carewc street JJrCod lkeLcJ2ut cry now and Tajjplugbatn vJtBwlarge drop streak Irig down own check turned savage ly upon Lieutenant Cummings That Isnt what he wants He wants to eco nll looking cheering and smiling We can do it for him this once I guess I never saw him any other way You look very smiling yourself anuIUett Will 1 will when wo turn lu nt the gates retorted Ute captain On my soul I swear Ill fclll every snltlllng Idiot that doesnt in line tliere he recruitttli sliT tithig of lliQ opiuw dude and louder Ih the room where Cralley lay Ills eyes feljstcued ns ho heard and he smiled nptJLhcold smile of the worldjy prelate merrily like a child lierl music Is licanl The room was darkened save for the light of the onelwlndorwulcli fell softly upon his- jteadaAel breast and upon another fair to his tyhcte lauebon knelt Su U1shadows at olio end of the room were is Betty and Mrs Tnnbcrry and Mrs Bareuud npd thesjhlte hair Here then cornel ed doctor who had said Let him have his own way lu all he asks Tom stood alone close by the head of the couch Hall to tho band Crallcy chuckled softly How the rogues keep the time Its liosln tho Bow all right Ah that Is as It should be Mrs Tau berry you and I have one thing lu common If youll let me flatter my self so far Wove always believed In good cheer you The best of thing even If thlnsure bad dear lady chit TQnLerrTto him Hark to cult said Cralley Theyre very near Only hear the people cheer them Theyll march away so gayly wont they And how right that Is limo vanguard appeared In the street and over the hedge gleamed the on coming banner the fresh colors flying out on u strung breeze Cralley greeted It with a breathless cry Theres the flag look Fanchou your ting wav lag above the hedge and Its Jell who carries it Doesnt It always make you want to dance Bravo bravol The proeodslou halted for a moment lu the street ant the music ceased Then with u Jubilant flourish of brass and the roll of drums the baud struck up The Star Spangled Banner antI Jefferson Barcaud proudly led tho way through the gates and down tho drive way the bright silk streaming over head Behind him briskly marched the volunteers with heads erect and cheer ful faces as they knew Corporal Gray wished to lite them their captain fiour ishing his sword In the air a rt here Uioy cornet Vo you see Fan chohi cried Crnlley excitedly They are all there Jeff anti Tapplugham anti the two Madrillous and Will the dear old fellow hell novcr write n decent paragraph as long as he lives Goo bless hlutland young Frankwhatd- eviltries 1vo led the boy Iltonllll theres tile old general forgetting nil 0111nUllou earth are they taking oil their huts for Ah goodby boys goodbyl They saw the white face at the win dow mad the slender hand fluttering Its farewell and Tapplnghnm halted his men Three times three for Corporal Gray I ho shouter managing somehow to keep the smllo upon his lips Three times tbreYnllmar bo rejoin his company before we cuter tbeMox lean capital Ile beat the time for the thunderous cheers that they gave The procession described u circle on the lawn then with the band playing nod colorsI flying passed out of the gates and took up the march to the wharf The flag tho hag whispered Cral ley following It with his eyes It shows you helped make It Fauchou Its so beautiful Ah Torn theyve said we abused It sometimes It was only that we loved It so well we didnt like to sec tiny one make It look silly or mean lint after all no man can do that no nor no group of men or party Its voice grew louder as the last strains of the music came more faintly from the street Theyll take your banner across thp lUo Grande Fanchou but that Is not nil soiuo day Its stars must spread over the world Dont you nil see that thoy wlllt After n little while he closed his eyes with a sigh The doctor bent over him quickly and Miss Betty started for ward unconsciously nnd cried out But the bright eyes opened again pad fixed thoniselves upon her with all their old guy Inscrutability- Not yet said Cralley Miss Ca rewe may I tell you that I nm sorry I could not hare known you BQqner tar haps you might have liked me for Tan ebons sake I know you cnro for her- I doI dot she faltered I love her and = ahI do like you Mr Gray for I know you though I never met you untillast night God bless you Jot bless you Bbo wavered ft womnut like a Illy In tho wind anti + ut out it hand bHndly Not you I stbsalll sharply as Tutu Vnnrevel started toward her Mrs Taubcrry came quickly nut put an arm about her and together they went out of tllP room You must ba ROW 1 to bur Tutu salt Crulley then In n very low voice IV answered Tom gently There was never a chance of that lad Listen whispered Cralley Lean down no closer He cast a quick ylauce at Fanchou kneeling at to oth er Bldo of JIlt btti her golden head on the white coverlet item outstretched hand clutching his and ho spoke so close to Toms cat mad lu BO low a tone that only Tom could hear She never cared for me She felt that she ought to but that was only because I masqueraded In your history Bho vnnled jq tpll me before I went away that there was no chance for ute SUoxTiy astclHng me that whew i In call d fro tttR It was sheielse front the flrst Ood send its you I Did you speak to her that night or nho to you Ah no said Tew Vnnrevel All the others Mrs Tanborry and Betty and Mr Barcaud waited in the library the two women huddled together on u sofa with their arms round each other and nil tho house wab very still By and 1 by they heard a prolonged fnrawny cheering and the steamers whistle and knew that the boat was off halt an hour later Will Cumuilugs came back alone entered the room on tiptoe and silently sank Into a chalruear Mr Barpaudi with his face away from Miss Betty lIe wns to remain In Itou en another week and Join his rcglmpnt rlth Tom None of the three appeared to notice his comlug more than dlmlyt aud he sat with his face bowed In his hands and did not move Titus perhaps an hour passel with only a sound o footsteps ou the gravel of tho driveway now aud then and n low murmur of voices Ju till roar of the house where people camo to ask after Cralley And when the door of the room where he lay was opened the four watchers started its at a loud ex plosion It was Mrs Bareaud and the old doctor nut they closet the door again softly and canto into the others They had left Cralley alone with Fan cJvaa and Tom Vanrevcl the two who loved him best The warm day beyond the windows because like Sunday No voices sound ed from without In the noon hush though sometimes a little group of pea plo would gather across the street to eye the house curiously and nod and whisper The strong blue shadows of the veranda pillars stole slowly across the white floor of the porch In n lessening slant null finally lay all in a line as tho tall clock in a corner of the library asthmatically coughed the hour of noon In this jarring discordance there was something frightful to Mss Betty She rose abruptly and Imperi ously waving back Mrs Taubcrry who would have detained herfor there was In her face and manner the Incip lent wildness of control overstrained to the breaking point she went hurtled ly out of the room and out of the house to the old bench In the garden There she sank down her face hidden In her arms thereon tho spot where she had first seen Cralley Cray c From there too had rm tho sere j nade of the rune she hadtspunied and Insulted and there slip lmad come to worship the stars when Cralley bade her look to them tumid now tho strange young teacher was paying tho bitter price for his fooleries and who could doubt that the price was a bitter one To have the spirit so suddenly cruelly rlvcii from the sprightly body that was but a few hours ago halo anti alert obedient to every petty wish could dance run and leap to bo forced with stich hideous precipitation to leave the worm breath of June and undergo the lonely change merging with the shad ow to be flung from tho exquisite and commonplace day of sunshine Into tho appalling adventure that should not have been his for years and burled into It by whet hand ah bitter bitter price fAAC1 tllnndel ini1 alas noA ter M 4 t re- z w- F i NGdown pains are a 1 serious troublo which can attack a vT i womb With this generally come irreg4r ofuso periods wasteful weaken Ing drains dreadful ac acme nervousness dizziness irri tability tired feeling InabllnJPJo walk loss of appetite color and beauty The cure de rw Y CARDUI Womans Relief that marvelous curative extract or natural essence of herbs which exerts such a wonderful strengthening Influence on all female organs Cardul relives pain regulates the menses stops drains and stimulates to pull the womb up Into place It Is aiafe and permanent cure for all female complaints WRITE US A LETTER In strictest eonfiJence telling us all your troubles Wo will send free ad vie in plain sealed envelope AJ dress Ladles Advisory kept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Cliatta nooga Tenn 1 j Uv bravo harlequin A gentle touch tell upon her shoulder and Miss Betty BPRIIIR to her feet and screamed It was Nelnon who stood before her hat tn hand his head deeply bowed JK- ftlioJs bOW1th1 criett clutching ntthe tar uJl11ort Nom nll the old man hU111I bly I nut tfolu see Oat moan no reckonIl1 Oi Oo waylJii vi on de way The ray On n she gasnod Nom he Johicrss di big water lie strotelmod t hand cud pointed- solemnly to thcsiKst Him nn mo we cotch de boatr HVyo pa mok em taken tlo hosses oU l + Pen We git off nt Lccvjlle fiveatin do rlvuh nn yo pa hot r4 t I ride buck alone nu1 15whll what de tale Is you all Is Mist Cheu eth mm 1IIst J1UVIIt he rId back wit me nn s pa Leevllle nu dey talk In de lied by do landln au yo pa tell Misthtienetb what range melts jie pip will do property pen bo git oHijgi1 heat agin an dey fitot her 1 ho nln wave wo lodlly nor snrt tno wuds Mist C1Iel rtltl latch whens delight come bat lie ret du hoe nil tromp back pouduh ou de KIOfnJ1worl nn fur yo pa mnn1InlssrManila wo poln oUo Ueer er yo Yo pa gone buck dab to do Feiiehigun whuh ho nz n youig matt lIe ty sick nn he Bcalrt honey an hl alit gain git ovab tilt adder Peak to me missy like he done had n vlzhum cr lie QWQ sonl mybu lie come an41pgg flown nt tInt yutFijuan layln on d grass las nlg Time old fellow bout his back before her 111 a solemn Jww as n feudal re tumor In itllcglayce to the heir but liioip in ii rronr I to till fiorrdw writ ton upon hum not rwopccUug its innanl tulle With no wrds of cwtmfurir for he knew silo wnntwl only to bo atomic ho moved away jvlju Infinn steps rind shalclug head tcjrard tho rear of the house Sites Betty tlh it herself upon the bench again fact dotmmtvnPl In her urius Aud Jiouio lay In III- IlUlOC dude stlliihiti- Mt hour I1 anti time nhatl ows slanted lytu tho east when the Btlllnes Wits broktm by u sound low and smnlltit first Uien rising fearfully a long quavurlug wall of su preme niiriilbli that yclutchod and shook the listeners heart No one could have rcfogjilzcil the vBge ns FanchonV yet every 0110 who It knew that It was hers anti thnttiu soul of Craltej Gray had gone utWpon tho quest for time Holy Grad Miss ihettysha II clinched convul slvcly round theifrraTof the bench and U fit qf slmudderl g seized her as If with tutu grip of n violent chill though her cyt3 were IIpfI11I tohu lay quiet A long tlnie sift rwani she became aware of n step that pace the garden path behind her and turuCll her face upon her nrm so thutEhe saw but made no other was tom Vnnrovcl walking up and down hlf hands behind imle buck nnd iU hat pulled tar down over his pyes fie bad not seen her She rose nut spoke his name He turned timid came to her AI most at the very last he said Cralley whispered to me that ho knew you thought him a great1 scamp but to tell you to be sure to remember that It was nil true about thojjiara I ITo DaCosTUiUn I THE TEXAS WONDER Cures nil Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles Sold by all druggist or two months treatment by mail for 100 Dr EtW Hall 2926 Olive street St Louis Mo Send for Kentucky testi monials 22ly- j F A Year or mood Tho year 1003 will long be remem bored In tho home of F N Taeket of Alliance Ky as a year of blood which flowed so copiously from Mr Packet lungs tint d atli seem d very near lie writes Severe bleeding from tar twigs and a frightful couuh hud brought mu to deaths door when I began taking Dr Kings New Discov ery for Consumption with time asIan Islifng result that alter taking four bottles I was completely restored and as time ha proven permanently cured Guaranteed fur sure lungs coughs and colds at Jaoksiin Drug Co Irice ftp and 1 00 Trial bottle tree oLEYSIIOmAlmTARtgr r flI SUFFERED AWFUL PAIN In my womb and ovaries writes Mrs Naomi Hake of Webster GrovesMo and my menses vere very painful nnJ Irregular Since taking CarJul feel like a new woman and du not suffer as I dU IItBXT PAYS l Olt TjANI Fertile Sections of the Southeast I Where Taunt Sells fur 15- niul Meats fur Ttu per Acre One of the most rcmnrkibli things about Eastern Arkansas null Nortliorn Lonisiann is time fact I that cleared land routs for 85 per aero cash and can ho bought for 7oO to 15 per CWoIt costs from 811 to SiO por nero to clear it Other improvements nocea inexponsiveThe It produces A bnlu of cotton poi acre worth SHS to SOO This ac counts for its high routmulvalue Other crops such as corn small grains grasses vegetables anti fruits thrive well Alftilfa yioltla 4 to 0 cuttings n ton to the cutting and brings 810- to 510 10r ton In other sections of these states roilingforgrowingLandI aero Improved trIllS 810 lu to vUIor nerowI new White River country offers opportunities for sot I tlors lligh rolling fine water is is natnraily adapted to stock dif rr uq lw bought a ow uss1J r f See crefttfrcbniury for your DoIape on rpmiest I Time Missouri Pacifjc Iron Mountain System Lines sell re dncfd rate round trip tickets on first mid third Ttioadaya of each nndIJ literature maps timo tables etc write to UlnmlIIor II C TOWNSIiND GKNKUAJ- PASSKNOKIt it TlCKKT AOKNT lit Lon is ilo It la pu lbe to ubtaln relief Iron chi ollIe Indlgentlon arid dy iepla bj the lue of Kixiul for Jyiip ln S in of tha mot liopelisi cares of lont standing have yielded to it It enable 1 you to digest the food you eat stud ex erclsel a porreolivo influence buildln g lUll the fflclell111 nf alto digestive or 1 Time stomach Is tlp boiler where in the ttenin id made that keeps uj your vitality health and strength Kirdol digests xvlut you eat snakes th bloinucli IWO tputs the boiler in con dillon to do ihe wurk nature demand of itgives you relief from dtgeitlv disorders and puts you In Shape to d your ban and feel your best Suit bJ Jacktun Drug Coinpnny Special HoiiitfScehcrs JCatea tt Vest anti Southwest On the first nnd third Tttesdayj in May and June 1900 the South ern Railway will have on salt special roundtrip excursion tick ets to points in the west anti southI west at greatly reduced rules For rates and further informa tion call on or address W G Morgan D T A U C King C T A or J F Logan T P A Lexington Ivy Famous Stripe JSrenlccrs The most fatuous strike breaker III the land mire Dr Kings New LIie fills When liver and bowels go on strike tiny quickly settle the troubli and lime purifying work geed IIt on Best cure for constipation heudaclu end nizziness 25P at Jackson Drug Oo 4 FOIEYSHDNIYwfARCures Colds Prevent PneumonIa i RAILROAD TI Lexington Eastern Ry AVINTKIl TIM 13 TAULH EFFECTIVE OOTOIIEIl 22 1005 WEST BOXTNDNo NI1 flatly tltly- Ex Sunday UX Sunday A M Ill ffTJackron OC5 Sft ate K Junction 00 200 Elkataus v 083 Owkdhle 040 I40 Athol OC- OTalUca HO 701 31 St Helens 710 Liii nenttyvllle Jun 76 80 Torrent 74 347 Natural Bridge 801 401 Stanton 6 28 430 Clay City 837 439 LEJuncUun 010 609 Yinchesltr 023 fiO Ar Lexington 1010 CM EAST BOUNDNo No 4 dally fully eiSuncUx UXAundav- l n A M- IiT Lexington 226 745 Winchester 010 825 Ic K Junction 322 837 Clay lily Dtfl 018 SiBiiton 408 02 Natural Bridge 455 g Iii Torrent 440 1008 lteattyvllle Jun 511 1020 Si Helens 621 lOaO- Tnllega 533 1061 Atliol 641 10 C- OOakilalH 648 1100r Klkttawn 001 11 22 0 A KJuno 005 1110 Ar Jackson 610 1130 All trains dally except Sunday Trauma Not Sand 4 make connection nt Itenllyvillu Junction with Ic A ICallway for local stations on t4 A Hallway and connect at 0 Ie1 June lIon for local itJttluna on the Ott K Railway Nos land 3 connect at L AE June SterlingJon AS SCOTP a p A 1 KILL THE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNCSu WITH Dr I t ew Distoverv I I FOR cONSUMPTION OUOIIS can OLDS Price GOcSIOO Fred Surcat lUll QuicJicot Cure for all TIIROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK Biliousness and Sick Headacher quickly cured by ORINO Laxative Fruit Syrup as it sweetens and tortes up the stomach sand acts as a gentle stimulant + the liver and bowels it will positive ly cure chroniciconstipation ORINO clears the complex ion of pimples and blotches Refuse substitute Prlo SOD ACIKSON DRUG jOc FOLEniloNEYAftDT atop the couch aadhetluags oolrj tO t = t Trl J ME TABLEStIO KRailw Effective Mor 21mrriOC6 Last Bound cat Bound r 1 gckC w 0 d r a He c STATIONS IIr r t IAMK 6 t 1710 1ClICnIlIlI101tj12tO ib20 733 dllll1 12ltO 44 1CfiiSI 62S A SJO0SO I AM AH PM An AIL LV PM LV Nos 1 ant 22 trill tnnko close cots c ntcifon nt 0t K June loii with Nos 3 mid a for paints on the Lexington A i Eastern Hallway M T rONLKV Pnnt It Louisville Atantic Ry j Schedule in rflicl Felmjarj 15 lOGO WEST BOUND AI P rtLv Jackson 0 26 26lv lleattyvillo Junction 10 30 3 30 Ar lleattjvlllo lv IJfntlj villa 10 CO 8 45 v PM I Iv Irvine 12 JO G Ar lUchinond 1 30 U ctArilIr d A r Valley View 24120i8 NIcliola vllla I 27J 6 M MhEAST HOUND MAW rI r Lv LouUtllle 010 3 30 i 4x Arleraalllea OlUO 010 i NichoUsvilie JO iSO 7 12 Valley Vtew 10 47 7 35 S Utchmnnd H J5 totsHLt41 Irvine 12j5 7 oO I r t- Ar UetflijvlllH 2CO 030- Lv Iteatlyvllle 2 40 0 00 Ar iWattyville Junction 300 10 10 + I Jackion a 15 11ri KyUn ONLY RAILROAD SOUTH EQUIPPED WITH AUTOMATICELECTRIC BLOCK SIGNALS I C 2 SOUTHERN RAILWAY Inoll CINCINNATI TO ALL IMPORTANT CITIES South Southeast end Southwest HeUCUEKCMS TtCKCn OK MU nan AND THIM TUESDAyS rE- ACH i MONTH TO WAllY PW m tOUTH For Itbrattio ud lUin A Un + UCKINUCPT A Ill U Must Bt Uilnctoo Kjr W A QAWUnT QtMftt AUusr w Co RINEARSOS Q P A c1ectaaad 0 I Pi r Here Wo Arc The CelebratedI e HANAN II I PRICEH The Boat ODOEarp Jll1 1x oForSale Byr I 1 DAY BROSOO I 1aokgoi KeQtaoky L MJ uL DYSPEPSIA CUREtDIGESTS WHAT YOU EATTb 1100 bull eonUlii 3H tfmMh trill Ms which lIdor so etaU rtlFAlia ONLY AT Tes tAIOIATOIT Of i E C DoWITT ILLJACKSON t4 I rc kw V y tfwt TYrtit 5 Ju ir itii r riJ t ZI tiz- L C tf JA W