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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, November 9, 1906. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1906 bre1906110901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Breathitt County news: n. Friday, November 9, 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. t Best Advertising MediuJIII i IN BREATHITT AND ttlr J WISH UAOINB Editor and Publisher i A NEWSPAPER DEVOiEiflo PlHTKRK8TabF EASTERN KENTDOKV ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE r II Volume VI Jackson Kentucky Friday November 9 1906 Number 3 FALL AND WINTER GOODS fNOW ON DISPLAY We liivo just roeoivod a now ftiil atrnctivo lino of Indic Jackets Cloaks and Raincoats including Cloaks for Children and Infants also an ologant and superior stock of Petticoats for the women and invito every woman in Breathitt and the adjoining counties to call and exiunino Every garment is right in make inside and out correct in every detail of stylo Our display of garments furnishings etc for Women and chip ren is remarkably broad the garments are very handsome and smartly tall ored and it is possible for any woman to bo at storeWe have in a new stock of VVomons Trimmed Hats Furs Mittens Shoes and Underwear for both women and children Extra sizosin Underwear for the stout women and men For the Meu and J10ys wo have opened an line of Fall and Winter Suits and Over coats that you will not find elsewhere in Jackson You will not make a mistake in looking us I over whoa ready to buy your Fall outfit We have n large and ttwul1loloctlod lino anti in position to give you lowest prices on them I SHOESIf yon want GOOD ShOO Shoos that westa nd I with our guarantee seine lea ea us r Our Stock of Dry Goods dens and Boys Furnishings Men and Womuns Rubbers and Notions cannot bo excelled or sold at a lower price by any store in Jackson If you want to dress and buy correctly come n d see us r JEIRESTEIN EUSTER Tlio Introducers of High Grade Clothing in Jacksjpt 5ZS2Si 525SiSH 2 f FLUlli DUT resident J SAML BEAD JK Cashier v t RXWb RD VicoPres 11 S 1IOPPElttlsst Cashier liiIllP DAVIS ActinIC Cashier rn q T JACKSUr u n m Jackson fi Paid up ClipfnlnndSulplus 2735000 3 3 f 3 1 JS 3 FI W solicit thin Banking Business and accounts rn ea Lumber Manufacturers imber Dealersf 13 l4 Business Meni1 l J f 1 Farmers CustomerssLIBERAtmERMSWithin tho limits of legitimate business t = COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY 5 h t 1 S5252S R SiSaS S S2Si5S 529- v 1 MI ILLIKAN School of Business M E MILLIKAN Principal Offers unexcelled courses of instruction i- nSHORTHANDTaught Expert Actual experience in every dayworkSpolling Punctuation Otlico Training t TVREWR1TINO- doubleTotydinr writing from dictation tur pupils become oxportI tt 4 jo ifirm5VBOOKKEERINO e1ystom applied to various forms of business ArFull1 i includes calculation Duslness commercial course It cootie Oorrespondoncl1 Oommorcial Law Penmanship and iBusiuoaa Practice 4OURPUPILS GET POSITIONS ASK FOR LISTS r ENTRANCETLSOUTHERN 1lU rUAL BUILDING KYLF Apr ly- t t r I I f r Jo Ir i4cf4 i i t BREATHITTny 1t wo BUKATIIITT COUNTY Tlio IMnco of Opportunity for the Partner and the Sinn In of I Vfntor Compared to the Wc t Young man go West and I grow up with the country were tho words of Horncc Greoly years ago At that time he advised only young men to go West nnd for several yours no great man has re peated the advice The tide of immigration swept westward until tho demand was filled The de velopment of the country was rapid and fortunes were some times quickly made but fortunes were also lost and there are moro poor men who went West that are yet poor than those of the same class who arc wealthy or even well off But within the past few years a great change has taken place within our Western States Young professional men flocking to tho West thousands of farmers drifting Westward each year kayo taxed those States to tho utmost with their limited improvements and now each year hundreds of young men arc coming East in search of better opportunities Tho West is yet n Rood place for tho capitalist who is willing to risk his wealth in establishing public improvements but for the poor man it has only drudgery and often pays him in want and fovea In some places tho land is poor in others rich but nowhere in th West do we find land that will grow as great a variety of crops as oar own Kentucky soil Have you been told there is land that has tripled its value within tho last ten years in the West Then wo will toll you there is land in Brcathitt county that has incrcasedI in value ten times over in as ninny years and more than that wo will tell you there is land in the great Vcst that will not sell fo half AVhatuts owners paid for it one t Truly tho tide of i Immigration has struck the Rock ies and is flowirig backward may lie a startliiI thing to but we 4 UcaHy stale fr tlio farmer ailln Itor jUrclltblttcoUhly affords the great of any locality within the boundaries of tho United d States In proof of till wo give tho following facts Ou railroad facilities nro good We have a firstclass market within ono hundred miles of us All over tho United States there is a cry for timber and tho plea to save timber In Breathitt county there are thousands of acres of timber that will increase in value from 100 to 500 per cent within tho next ten years What better in vestment docs tho capitalist de thnGL after the Eastern mines bargeeen exhausted In regards to tho farmer there entirelris y especially fitted for First is the growing of fruit such as apples+ peaches and grapes Second the I raising of sheep by which th- eIst un pastured lands could bo turned into a source of gren wealth Third U the raising o poultryThe coves in the hillsides aro well adapted to fruit growing and no part of Kentucky will raise bettor fruit than this section Apples aro shipped into Jackson when this county should supply Lexington with more than onehalf of its apples and peaches and then send largo shipments to Cincinnati Tho quality of tho fruit hero i tho best and there is rarely a sea son when tho crop is a failure Grapes are shipped hero from Lexington and Cincinnati Wo should reverse the process and it would bo very profitable That tho sheep raising industry l would pay well hero is so evident that it is only necessary to point out the vast unused csin Breathltt county DouslArfewd- cad sheep a phial of strychmno- and that objection is soon done away ospecially when one builds sheep folds rIW Tho poultry business would pay if well attended to as this county is an unusually healthy voneyfpr Ii f fowlsiphickftns mast have gravel nnd rangei Yliero fs there mor these essentials than in Brcathitt county V You who are4 tinirof making f the West yjiur iioiiieywhen you have traveled through Arkan sas Oklahoma Indian Territory and Texas as wo have anda every station seen faces that bore tho stump of disappointment pov erty and homesickness seen tho luck of necessary Improvements felt the loneliness rind fever in the very atmosphere you will wonder where is the Golden West 1 Look about you anti you will find opportunities the liko of which the West has never seen CLOSING OUT SALE Wo want you toiknow that by January lst190ysue intend to close out out entire stock of mer chan ise consisting largely o Clothing Boots Shoes hints Caps Ladies andGents Furnishings Groceries hc at whatever prices can be agreed upon be tween the customer and ourselves not to exceed cost and carriage and the actual expense of doing business It will bo largely t your advantage see us first We are thoughtful of their own interest come and be convinced Cleanest and newest stock in town 4 trulye13 NOBLE CORRESPONDENCE OWSLEY CJUNTY- nOOiEYI14LE Frank Lyori of Bcattyville was herqthis week4 talking bridges Iana regu lar sky scraper on his lot adjoin streetrMrs JolmEvdRs who has beer lWith 1 O 4r sometime+ th r recovery lSyton LibeOdd 1 Itnew for tom l 1ron e JJ t l w i coit urn fiD eessionI oi c1Ittp onspnailding a bridge across the river placer j Melvin Receiver who fell over a cliff while ct n hunting a week ago is still lying He was s badly injured foot the head that the physician removed a piccc of his skull bone oh top of his head+ nearly an inch and a hull square The chances item to bo again t him 1s Wilburn BoKmnn comes to the front with the products of tho gar den by bring correspondk ent the largest turnip beet ever seen in Booaevfl o It is 33 inches around and weighs 15 pounds and is as smooth as an apple He also gave mo a squash grown from a seed which wM brought from tho Philippine Islands It is of a most peculiar growth but said to bo tho most dcHciouJ food grown in a garden fmHlltr is a dandy gar dener lYulc BitiTcima miltfcow Call at Plowing Kill Pests One value of full plowing which is often ovorlopkcdJs the destruc tion of manyt insts and buts that infest the soil II the ground is turned up to a depth of several inches these pests will be brought to the surface and those that aro not eaten by thohi 18 will goners ally freczo o d1To got tho best lesu1ts in tlU WilY of destroy lug bugs f and insects plowing should be done us late as possible Just before freozinsi weather be gins is thojbcst timor NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION t Tho firm of Evcrsolo Son of Jackson Ky has this 15th dn of October J 906 by mutual con sent dissolved partnership Judo Evprsotp frfig from tho firm li ti Wt L Eversole takes charge df the stock of goodsAssumes all ie ebUdnW sad collects all deb bthairm AmiER EV RSOLE 524tJ h L IiYEgOLE t t- Vt s f JIOt w FI UK JMilARTaiENT NEEDK ijnornioiis biro Loss In Jnckfioi It In the Last Few Yours Alnkui +IJjttor Protection XccessnryJ I The burning of the residence of Starve Beuris and the Arlington i Hotel within so short space oft time forcifully demonstrates tho fuct that Jackson not only needs a fire department but must have one Either of the fires mentioned could have been extinguished if there had been a fire fighting s stem cyan with the crudest kind of appliances As we said lust week enough property has been destroyed in Jackson within the past ten years to equip the finest lire department in the State But this is not the only monetary loss tothp citizens of the town because of their neglect to protect their property against fire The insure once rates are much higher tiers than they would be if the town hada good firo department Tho difference in tho cost of insurance alone would in a few years mora than pay the expense of cquiping ing the town with a respectable lire fighting system onooLh and Main streets where should a fire break out un der present conditions it would be impossible to check the flames before from ten to fifteen buildings had been destroyed and if there should be a high wind at the time of such a fire there is no way of estimating the amount of property that would be destroyed There are two methods of equipping tho town an it should be in the firefighting line The first is by n steam fire engine anda sys tem of fire cisterns or wells This would insure the town against any great loss by lire if properly handled The second and better way is to install watersworks in Jackson 0 b ttho cost you say Then wo velf you there vt bo no cost rV the tolcn that not be morean paid beek actual noclru nituro for such an ns Jidann Ortderule mSrattiiePanl r a p+ power going to waste to run the best system of water works known Through tho little tunnel pours a stream that could be made to supply Jackson with both water and- o light With a tank on one of the heights nearby and an engine for emergency and when there is a high tide cutting off the current from the tunnel the cost of power would bo nominally nothing and the returns from water rent would soon pay for tho cost of putting in the plant The above mentioned methods are certainly well suited to the needs of Jackson Tho fire engine would involve less immediate expense than a system of waterworks but tho Inter has several advan takes it provides a source of rove nue while an engine would be a constant drain on the city treasury it door not require the mechanical knowledge to fight a fire that an engine does it is a quicker process thehThink over it talk over it act up pon it- At present the town has not oven a hand engine or n bucket brigade It is up to Jackson to wake up or burn up FOR RENT Ono six room l olscnn lone two room house both good lo cations for further information apply at this office President Roosevelt has pro pounced tho death sentence on all turkeys by proclaiming November 29th as Thanksgiving day IllYEUSlDE POULTRY FARM fromyButt lend Reds arc the best Fifty fine ickercls for sale atl each All afc standard bred correct color size and shapc Bred for theirs distinct laying and slipw quail tielrrSendrae your order if you wihto sttrightR- EGhYiI JETT Athol Ky zPkiY- xf q l t 0 4 J r I The Largest CirculationO- F I ANY PAPER IN THIS SECTION I Kentucky fIjm iW OVER THE STATE t- Mrs Ambrose E 1 Ten ton a wellknown writer died at Geor getown Sunday night John L Amsdcn has been elect ed president of the L A rail road to till the vacancy left by the deathof his brother James P Amsdcn Pearce Pat ton has been appointed County Clerkof Bourbon to fillout the unexpircd terra of his father Ed D Paton who died suddenly last week Plans for a Baptist college sim ilar to Vanderbilt University at Nashville aro being formed at Louisville and Baptists allover the South will raise funds for tho founding of the institution The Dudley school building at Bcattyville was bnrned to the ground Friday morning as the result of a defective flue There was little insurance but efforts will be made to rebuild the schoolThe Indian Refining Company of Georgetown has begun workon what is to be the largest wax factory of its kind in tho United States The factory will have a capacity of 400 barrels of wax dailyCharles E Kincaid a former Kentuckian died in the Cincin cinnati Hospital last Friday Kin caid killed Congressman Press Taulbee of the Tenth district of Kentucky in Washington about fifteen years u o- At Lexington the price of coal is soaring skyward Tho advance in price has been so marked that tho newspapers investigated tho cause The dealers claim that it is impossible to get coal into Lexington owing to tho scarcity ofI ear5 pritmoCington and CfricinnatiNrjdge Com1 pang vs vcoto t Sab- arksauu Vro tile state rhe company objected tot valuation placed upon its property for tax atlgg wtrcar ofTeredIto gl VO tho 1 Olin rjm caI+ naau nry Society of tho Presbyterian church all tho corn they would shuck in ono day and tho society managed to get away with about eight barrels which was sold on the street bringing about 25 A plot was unearthed at the State prison at Frankfort through which one or two escapes have recently been effected and others planned Will GillII Boyd count prisoner disappeared at noon Monday from the dining room of time penitentiary anda thoroughsearch failed to reveal his whereabouts One of his fel low workers in the dining room was sweated and led the offi dials to the sandroom of tho chair shop where Gill was dugout from under the floor The convict told of tho plot to escape and gave tho names of several of the most des perate prisoners as being impli catedIn a small riot at State College on Wednesday night of last week several policeman were roughly handled Shelby Jett Jr of Madison county was arrested on time charge of carrying concealed and deadly weapons but was ac quitted in a trial by jury The grand jury at Lexington and the members of tho college faculty spent several days this week in vestigating the conduct of the student body Every year it has been the custom of the State Col lege boys on Hollo woen to take possession of street cars blockade traffic and damage property An effort of the police to put a stop to this practice brought on a riot in which rocks bricks clubs and revolvers were used G D Weathers Avon Ky says My hogs were so badly diseased with cholera I did not think medical aid could possibly save them I gave them Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy and it cured them without a single loss Sold and guaranteed by Day Bros Co HOTEL FOR SALE Sixteen room hotel known as the Shepherd Hotel for sale Well equipped Located in business part Main street of Irvine Ky on lot 120 ft by 330 ft Also goodstore house on same property reasonableCall Proprietorno53 W H HendersonA- yres Street Opp Pnn Office LEXINGTON KY DEALER I- NGrain Seeds Feed IndOoroCloVlrBlue Grass Orchard Orate Hungarian Hay Straw Hill Feed Bargains in Real EstateWe have for sale a number of good farms and town lots among followingA 400 acres on Frozen Creek within four dwellinghouseGood well at dwelling and also 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 n good place for anyone looking for a home Price 3000 A farm of about 400 acres with in 31 miles of Jackson Good dwelling and barn Also a store house about 50 acres in cultiva tion balance woodland Title perfect A good home andcheap at the price 1600 buys it Another tract of land on tho up per Twin Branch of Spring Fork about Hmiles from Lambric This tract contains 264 find is well timbered and a virgin forest nnd adjoining time lands of the Conti ncntul Realty Company A bar gain for anyone looking after tim a- er or coal lands A coal veinr 1 9 n iifr Spring For r itg46tf we nipklroodT3tere house n good + Y bottom Mast of the balanca sell timbered with poplar nnd 4close to floating water Tins is ono of the best locations for n fstore in Brcathitt county Price UOO 7 A tIIIn Laurel Branch of mllinSprin1rFork Lambric Well timbered 2700 rwhite oak trees from 20 inches up betides poplar chestnut oak pine c Also an eleven foot vein of coal This is ono of the best coal and timber tracts in Breathitt county Price 10 per acreFor further information call on addressHagins Blanton JACKSON KY n We Help You to Save and MAKE MONEY Q Having arranged for exceedingly low clubbing rates with publishers of the best and most popular publi cations in the United States Daily Weekly and Monthly we are now ready to fill orders at from Thirty to Fifty per cent less than the regular prices giving Subscribers full benefit of the lowest clubbing rates at same time allowing a liberal commission to Soliciting Agents To advertise our new offers would entail a cost which we save to the Subscriber by asking each reader of this item to send a postal card for Sample Copies of TUB WxfKLiINQ =IRUR and If so situ ated to do a little agency work dur ing the winter make application for agency It is a fact that Tun EN QUIRKR offers more and better bargains than may be had from other sources One offer gives 500 Worth for only 200 another gives a Daily paper two Weeklies and two Monthlies for only 175 The Veterinary column of TKJiC WBBKLY ENQOIRKR is worth from five to fifty dollars to any hotel owner Write today to- Inquirer Cany j ctljOh The Breathitt News SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE T WISE HAGINS EDITOR == = = S25Csis2scrn DR O 11 PNYSI Ip1 J 1D SUION- I OIPICC IIOURS8A M TO 4 P n 1IN HAllQIS BUILDING JACKSON KENTUCKY 11 l52S2S25292525CSi52Sru A H PATTON ATTORNEY AT LAW I OFFICE IN CRAWFORD BLDO I JACKSON KY I C r111nmmnmmnmmmnmlllll= B L C ROARK i LAWYER P JAOKSON KENTUOKY 3 H Will practice In Breathitt and = Msguffln Counties E mIxlwuwlutuutuhtwWWWWYLt111IMiss t STENoaiurnr AND TVlBWBITINa v The Titklnz of Depositions a 5pecUlty CHARGES REASONABLE JACKSON KENTUCKY FRIDAY NOV 9 TILE PRIMAUY Not nn Attempt Mnilu to Conceal1 the Fact that Democrats AVcre Being Ilobfoed of TlielrVotcs TUo so called primary election last Tuesday was the Creates t farce ever enacted in Brcathit t t county Although tho ballots were hero several days befone the election none wore sent to Lost Creek Buckhorn Spring Fork or Elliottsvillc tho four largest Democratic precincts in tho county Ever sinco we can remember these four precincts JSi were relied on to rive whatsoever Peihocratic majority Ereatbit1 w umy ucurtlh iuuutui Ci time era of the ftmchino rule in thi county ihcy re ridtetidl Democratic These precincts in fr elude all tho voters of Trouble Somme creek and a partof theNortli a J Forlc of tho Kentucky river and almost all of Quicksandcreek and comprise more than onethird of tho area of Breathitt coun sot I bay were vhoJ6tJifrancuised in thtiprlnnr ecauso iavo been liable to cast a good J majority of their votes for Me Creary and Hays No list of officers was ever published and tho chairman told us on Sunday evening less than two days before the electionthat he had no list Wo have not seen any of the returns from that primary but we arc told that tho votes cast were almost solidly for Beckham and linger and that their majorities far exceeded tho total vote cast for Hopkins on the same day We are told that 95 votes were cast in Jackson precinct No2 91 of which were stenciled exactly alike for Beckham linger and the minor offices Who believes that such a thing could have happened had the election been carriedout legally We dont know who were the officers in the primary as there were none where we were but we explainhownearly alike and we hope that some one will be able to explain how so many men who wore for IcCreary changed their minds so suddenly We had hopedall along that this primary would be conducted BO fairly that no ono could have wily cause forcomplaint but as it is we do not see why any Demo crat should feel himself obligated to vote for a nominee he hadno voice in selecting According to reports frauds have been committed in many parts of the State in the interest of the machine We are for tho people and against the machine We believe tho people of the State will do to tho machine next year what Breathitt county has in tho post two elections The people have had no show in this pri mary but they will have a chance next year to bury tho machine deep that it will never hear 801 horn blow yy1m t ELECTION ml Jtil SJ 1D3Tuesday In an election row at the head ofI Licking river in Magoffin Tuesday Nero Howard instantly killed Jack Pinks Chris Howard was shot by George Wirman Pinks falhcrinlaw receiving a dangerous wound in his hip Nero Howard was wounded by unknown party The fighting brought on by the use of cam paign whiskey which had been given out very freely Four policemen Captain Wit liam Jenkins D1 McCarty Lieut Overly and Thomas Hanley of Lexington are charged with obstructing and interfering with the election The men wero recognized each on a 100 bond Th trials will como up on 14th o this month There was a pistol duel on tho streets of Lancaster Tuesday after noon in which ono man was killed and two wounded James Ken nedy shot and killed Milton Estes Estes also did some shooting and Harne Foley and John Do Bord two bystanders were wounded The shooting was near tho polls of tho primary and quite a crowd was near The men wore avowed enemies and Kennedy comes from a family with a criminal record hiving one brother in the peni tentiary for murder andanother brother on trial for a similar crime Kennedy attempted to escape after tho shooting but was captured It was necessary to hurry the pris over to Stanford for safe keepin owing to the threatening attitude of tho crowd See C Hadden the Grocery Man GENERAL ELECTION NEWS Ohio goes Republican by 75000 The Democrats have Missouri by 7000 electing the entire State ticket and twelve out of sixteen Congressmen Cummins Republican elected Governor of Iowa by 50000 The Democrats elect two Congressmen The Legislature Republican James Ih Higgins Democrat carrie 1Utode Island The rcstC jtiu Republican Stateticketw s elected JJot mocrat has been reelected Governor1 Of Minnesota 9 40000 everyseonn Texns is solidli cll1ocrAtlcV TICT cniiio Itopublicdn state ticket has been elected in Wyo ruing Solid Democratic Congressional delegations have been elected in Georgia Arkansas and Mississippi Republicans win in the follow ing States Nebraska Idaho Colorado Kansas South Dakota Pennsylvania and Indiana Minnesota and North Dakota are DemocraticThe majority in tho next Congress will bIver fifty Fresh Figs Dates Raisins Currants at Haddixs Teo Cobb a wellknown resident of Nicholasvillc was killed by a fall in Lexington Wednesday night Cobb attempted to alight from a moving car on Jef ferson street and was thrown violently breaking his neck He was carried to tire St Josephs Hospital nearby and died in a short time White Navy and Lima Beans at- C Hadden Winchester voted to install a 40000 sewerage system The twothirds vote necessary for the sewer bonds was obtainedwith only one vote to spare Seven and onehalf miles of sewer will bo built at the outset Fruits of all kinds at C Had dens SUtm In Moderation Tommy Is a lonely little boy who limas no brothers or sisters Ho In very fond of three little girls named Ethel Maud and May One evening his mother was listening to him say his prayers and she was rather surprised to hear him add to his petitions Dear Lord please send me an Ethel a Maud and a May After he had finished his mother tried to explain to him that they wcro too poor to have a largo family llko that Tommy listened attentively amid then without a word flopped down on his knees again and offered up this supplo medtary petition Dear Lord mother says wo cant af ford an Ethel and a Maud and a May 10 dont tend om In n bunch Just send us an Ethel and when we can afford tho rest Ill let you know ISjh plncotfa Magazine I I LexingtoiiBanking 1 Trust t CompanyV i 1Savings Department Pays 3 percent on Time sDepos ts RenttGENERAK BANING NR TRUST BUSINESS Acts as Administrator and Executor Serves as Guardian Buysfarid i Sells Stocks and Bonds cca Centralunri Kentucky Banks Solicited INTERESTLEAID ON BALANCES v1 CAPITAL STOCK 60000000II 1111 4 II II II II II II STOCKHOLDERS LIABILITIES COO00000 ABSOLUTE PROTECTION To PATRONS 120000000 LOANS MADE ON REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL SECURITIES SECURITY PRO VIDED ON OFFICIAL BOND OUR FACILITIES t ARE AMPLE FOR TIII EFFICIENT TRANSACTION OF ALL BUSINESS HANDLED BY CONSERVATIVE TRUST COM PANIES CORNER SHORT AND MARKET STREETS LEXINGTON ICY VOGUE POINTS Aa Ideal Coitume For the Practical lIu ekcppcr There are many women who do their own housework either as n general rule or during one of those domestic up hedThere Is however n vast difference In tho way In which different women re gard the question of housework Some really enjoy It some consider It menial and something to be ashamed of while others moan because they fliul It no hard and toilsome Yet there are many women striving to make ends meet on a tiny Income who will not look the question of housework squarely In the face There areinauy small houses which would be ud happier places I t content herself JJ 1 maids place cook her house DRESS ron IIOUSEWOIIK ent place and herself a much healthier and happier woman But there must be no about It There must llraclticalnecessary see during working hours The working gown must be washable and experience suggests n pretty col ored linen as tile fabric Green Isn cool and beautiful color It washes well aud Is somehow restful to wear The gown must bo simply made A blouse and skirt Is unsatisfactory because It Is never tidy behind The Illustration shows nn Ideal costume for the practi cal housekeeper Tho tucked bodice Is set Into n band Into which Is sown the slightly gored full skirt Time sleeves have two sots of buttons at the wrist Ono holds the cuff loosely and time next quite tight The sleeve can bo undone nltngether If arms feel more ener getic An apron Is necessary and white linen Is nicest for this and tho eimprer the dotter No lady would think of sweeping and dusting with udfyrptected hnlr tho process Is too unpleasant For this purpose a mob cap Is the best It Is rondo of spotted muslln and Is but n circular place of material with a frill attached A slot for tie string or rib bon may be used to gather it up niter washing but a beading of Insertion through which the ribbon Is run nperhaps daintier v Identical Stone vti Emerald and beryl Are composed tIf precisely the same substance excdpt for coloring matter Amethyst and I rock crystal are likewise Identical of t I y f Here We Are i The CelebratedHOE ANAThe Best on Earth l RiCE soo P R i CM i 1For Sale BY- BROWIDAY 00aoksoR leituoky I a IN A BEARS CLUTCHi The Prostrate Beast W Not ai Daad as Ha Seemed In Russia it is the practice to hunt bears just as they are creeping out after their longslCep As thiug are managed the moat timid indi vidual may go bear hunting with perfect impunity Armed with a good rifle accompanied by a friend and a guide similarly equipped the most inpracticcd hand can usually get nis qunrr before the Ilia f awake crel1turclms far from hid lair Ana et occasionally tho unforeseen occurs as it did in an adventure related by Mr Whi haw in Out ot Doors In Czar land Tho baron anti Jio colonel had purchased righfs per a hibernating bear declared to be one of tho largest ever seen When tho animal was fairly dislodged from his place of concealment tho baron who the first shot fired and the enormous creature fell prostrate and motionlessr The baroifiwi Bibilant Hand rifle l tl ccpcr lie seated himself on a full f r rce- H Its a Bneciinen said the colonel Wouldnt it bo awkward if it should get up 51 Get up I exclaimed time baron nos as dead as Cacsar Look And going up to time prostrate crea ture ho gave Jt n kick with his heavy roaredIp his horror the bear to its full height With blodlf po ring out of rpnforcingon top of him Tliu one step toward rifle but tho movement caused time bear to place ono the barons chest lidandcolonel f- J For eke dontmove I said tho ion do hoJl j barlIl t I f yri I murdeiime Let hue lix 11i8 atTn tion on you Ho suspects you nnd wont more ifOli dont Tlbniomcnts seemed interminable At last tho keeper managed to edge near enough to receive tho barons whispered instructions Creep up behind tho colonel gasped the poor man take his ru an shoot tho bear behind its she der I Luckily the keeper was on excellent marksman and shot tho be through tho heart rime creature loosed its hold shivered and rol l off tholmlf stifled baron uO An lurnlliTu alphabet Wo nil know time misery of being kept In bed for a long or short iicriotl anti how hcavlly tlmeliaiiRS We ex everIr selves A girl with original Ideas Is respo- Bible n for the Invalids alphabet consists of a sorleii of letters one which only Is to ho opened each day Time alphabet U started by cuttln all kinds of ltitfrcstln pictures and matter from vnrloti magazines Let us suppose tile Invalid Is fond of art If so let A stand for art Get some ulco smooth vapor and fold a sheet over as It to fit an envelope Write on time outside A for Art and gum In tide some artistic reproduction If by a well known artist wrIte a few Items In the Whos Whop style The envelope Is made of bright hued crape paper cut and folded to shape but tied with baby ribbon and not sealed anti en the address side Is post ed a largo cut out capital letter Tlicro are Mfbf Interesting subjects for tho relall IK letters of the alphabef B for bables or birds P for fun any amount of Jokes and pictures M for nmslc or oven motors timid tho helpful it for religIon Such Is the main Idea of time lava lids alphabet and tho weary sufferer wlliy ook forward to each day that wit Doa tb6 opeaing of a fresh envelope 10 t Pt 4 r f0 I DAY BROS I COMPANY= I Wholesale and Retail have the most complete stock f iIJ GENERALVV4VS p MERCHANDISE M pfr iu- Fk A Ever brought to Jackson Consisting ofafg yUJ e J 1 rt N fttlIS YJtr 0 r t Al fotfitq + Mats fifjes We have the finest line of shoes in East crn Kentuck r Our J4io 111en8 shoes nt ie C Oft fG tl1c Jti1 5tyIC r For the Ladies Ve l avejhemost tat ycoupTHE LATEST DESIGNS INVS MILLINERYDepartment is under the management of Miss Margaret Basket who can show you The Latest Style Hats AlsoiIIn all J FreshfromeIf you need any House Furnishings orIFURNITUREWe are the people you are looking for suitof J ever jjtComexu 11111111111111 III U lUll I ill II 1I1UIIIIIIIIlllnUIIIIIIII U 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111 RighI1111111111JIIIIIIIIIII LL UAY BROSTdlr COMPANYIJackson Kentucky Ifin r 1 l The Breathitt News IubltHltetl livery Friday CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAR J WISE HAG INS Eomm L n PersonalLll Fresh Bread at C Haddens Everything l rCJshnt Haddixs Fresh Hfcakfast Foods nt Had dixs Lowncys Candies nt C Had dens TJi Parrott of Robbing wns here Thursday 4V- II D Hack of Stevenson wa hero on business Wednesday l ont forget to attend the Far mora Institute November It 11 Just got in anew lino of canned goods CIIAD1iiN l II Hudson has accepted position AS salesman with Day BrctCo if IL Combs his accepted a po sition as salesman in Judge Taul bras store J L Hiigins andTwifc of Doy Icsvillo are visiting relatives here and in the county Born to Everett Hack and wife of Cannel City on November 2 n- kfrlI lallio Day Mrs Lovely of Oklahoma is the guest of her sister Mrs Forbes r in Jackson J R Hlako has built a cottage on his lot on Highland Avenue next to T G Hacks Miss Margaret Crawford was lu7i ping in Lexington and Win this week fcrPhone 27 when you want AffcSii or cured meats of any kind Vdillsr the New Meat Man Rev W II Sctzor has rented eJIBrcck Flinchumrt house on High landavenue und has gone to house r ccping j r C Cornctt who has been iTiTWest Virginia for sumo time in the mill business has moved 11 jJiick hcce 4 P p ll Marcum 1mailing 1 oxtensiio nnproV m its nl her roihJlffice liurrceenlly purchased t oihD V irrt in4JStates Geological burvu in Jackson for three or four JIlcatcc1 UtUTng altitudes Jackson IMiotogrftgJiJgaU 4 lery will bo open cvcry I 1 t feweckby Pll Harris orfS ti- VVHUuhn Call and seetheln G1bsonands children accompanied by Mrs- s S Gibsons mother Mrs Bee ar v rived home today from Toronto Canada Well arent you really glad w r that its all over and that youll 7 L J jlTavo time toget acquainted with Vygur family and talk about Christ i V ItlflsinslcR of lirtitin1 1ns I Rov W II Setzer will preach T at tho Haptist church next Sunday yat I1 a m anti 7 p m Morning Joe J subject Judging Thy Brother evening subject Tlto Blood The Ladies Aid Society of the r t Baptist church will hold their oyster supper on Tuesday evening November 20 instead of Wednes day November 28 as first nn Snounced Mrs IY4R Bradshaw lost two pocketbooks during tho fire at IArlington last week One con l tamed eight dollars in money anti the other a childs pocketbook two dollars Fiscal court was in session this week from Thursday to look after some unfinished business loft over from the October term and to rc ccivo bids for the building of n bridge across Quicksand creek What a pity Peary didnt dis coyer the North Pole and bring it to Kentucky It would bo useful just now us n clothespole to hang out Beckhams Dirty Primary fLinenif it worn strong enough to hold it i f Last Triday evening at Ynnolovo k the spccialdid not wait for L II Whittahor I to load his baggage I m after the barbecue When it was T found that all tho tickets had not n taken up the train made an Bother trip to Vanclovo and Whit I taker came to town on what ho terms tho peanut special I Elgin Creamery Butter at C illaddcns T LAiNULEY ELECTED lIon John W Langley was elected to Congress from this district by a majority of nbout l00f IollowingisFur Langlcy Hrcalhitt 330 Pike 6110 Lee 318 R till 275 Martin KM Magofiin C03 Johnson lino Total 3890 Fur Ilopldnsllorgntt 500 Elliott 3M Wolfe 321 Mcnifcc 300 Montgomery 18 Powell 42 Clark 731 Floyd 250 Knott Jim Total 2807 Till worn IN UUIMTIIITT The election pised oil juietly in Hroathitt county giving John W Langley a majority of 830 for Congress The majorities by pre cincts are as follows For Langloy Jackson No 1 20 Jackson No 3 CO Frozen 113 John B Lewis 72 Crochets villc 29 Georges Branch 80 Spring Fork 12 Ellioltsville 7 Total majorities 405 For Hopkins Jackson No2 11 Crawfords 4 Terry 14 Lost Creek 10 Buckhorn 25 j Tatilbcc 11 Total majorities 76 Langlcys majority in county 130- 1itiMAitr UITUUS- SKcturns up until this morning ndicatQ that tho following candi fates will be declared the nomi tees For Governor linger For United States Senator lleckham For Attorney General IIen Irick For Superintendent of Public Instruction Gullion- Commissioner of Agriculture Scwraan The remainder of tho ticket raving no opposition wo hope were honestly nominated The primary was a surprise in hat McCrcary and Hays carried lcxil1 ton Louisville and also ovington It hind been conceded hat if these candidates could car- yr these cities they wouldwin However by whrtt appears to bend doubtless is the most unique system of fraud in the annals of orruntti plitics covering a great jrt art of tho State Hays was xtmpletlv snowed under and Me Jrcary will bo beaten jn tho final count McCrcary has not yet jivcn up hope and will contend till reIndantralis moro t likely Senator Me Teary will still refuse to enter 01 contest and retire from politics mil tho Democratic partyfin this iiaHo will have lost the last 5r its imo honored leadenlt1clmen who heaped honor instead ofdis grace upon the party It looked us though tho Democrats might mash the machine in this pri- nary but tho machine has smash cd tho party KKNTOCKV CONOUK3SMKV Republicans made a gain of two Congressmen in Kentucky Fol owing is a list of Congressmen elected in this State Districts First Ollio M James Dem Second A O Stanley Dem ThirdDr A D James Rep Fourth Ben Johnson Oem Fifth Swagger Sherloy Dem Sixth Joseph Hhinock Dem Seventh W P Kimball Dem Eighth Harvey Helm Dem Tenth John W Langley Rep Eleventh D C Edwards Hop- I N iw YOlUc Returns show that Hughes was ilcctcd Governor of New York by a safe majority However in tho State n great ninny of tho minor offices went to the Demo cratic candidates IttUUIIUOAX CONOKBSS With a slight Democratic gain Jongrcss will still remain Rcpub jean by a majority of 50 The democrats have gained 29 mem ors by tho elections held in tho arious States on Tuesday FRESH SAUSAGE At Dills Now Meat Shop Lost Watch Lost on November 2 at Vanclovi at tho barbecue a small silver catch with fob bearing inscription Yalparoso College 05 Finder will please return same to Miss lannio Hurst and receive reward Ilcintz Pickles at lladdixs ATTENTION JUNIORS I havo a nice lino of Juinor Or del buttons Call and see thorn while tlieylast S D Flcenor HARVARD PREFERRED I In Musical Conservatories and lif 4 I Colleges on Account of lastingQualities and Supeiior 99 Tone 9 F JJ ENDICQTT FACTORY JtlilllESENTATIVE T A OKHON KV a HEAT IN TUB MBSTgI IMIIK Way Prom Ho Defeated In Uvular Elcc tlou Claim of rniud Made A dispatch to the Louisville Herald from Lexington says Should the Frankfort machine and its adhcrants throughout tho State succeed in counting Beck ham the winner in the Senatorial tight it is predicted by McCrcary leaders in this vcity that the en tire Democratic ticket will be doomed to defeat in the regular election next year The local McCrcary leaders are not satisfied with tho defeat administered to Hcckham in Lexing ton Tuesday but are preparing to punish tho alleged repeaters and others who attempted to dominate the election and bring about the defeat of Senator McCrcary- Tho names of several hundred 111111nnd the cose and indictments asked for In several precincts in tho city the majority of the votes rooI IcinctJJecKc af Inclaro said to uc iIIeJI HIIT1uut of ooJ Olrnurwvotes vcre castliy alleged repeat ers ftjid this same ratio prevailed in other city precinct One of the McCrcary leaders said Wednesday morning that Hcckham did not receive over 200 respectable white votes in tho city the others being cast by illegal voters on tho certificates purchased openly from the negroes who reg istered as Democrats Circuit Clerk James C Rogers one of the McCreary leaders said that the defeat administered to Hcckham in the cities of Louisville and Lexington should bo suf ficient demonstration that the peo 110 of the State were tiredof llec hum and of gang rule as administered from Frankfort and that Hcckham would never enter tho United States Senate even if his managers should succeed in jvrcstling tho majority of votes from Senator McCrcary through fraud Fraudulent nominations dont go well in Brcathitt county when the votes are counted as cast Fresh bread and butter at Had dixs Kemurkublo Incident There was n death anda birth at the home of Lori Strong at Crockottsvillo Sunday morning Miss Lizzie a daughter of Levi Strong died at an early hour A child was born to James Cornett nndwifesholtIvnffonvnrd Mrs Cornctt was also a daughter of StrongIFresh Cakes at Flad- cliIsClOsing rr Out IF YOU WANT DRY GOODS NOTIONS AND SHOESl Ar cos CALL ON WJCOLEC t Mairlago Licenses The following marriage license intro been issued during tho pas weekJason Fox col and Louellcn Isom col both of Jackson Nathan Pence of Lane and Miss C E Taylor of Landsaw Logan Pence of Lane and Miss LitHe Slteflield of Frozen Creek FOUND Nice Itprk Chops Veal and Lamb nt Dills CLEIUONS r Wiley Clemons went on C hunt and killed two squirrels a whistle hog andono opossum Rev M D Richie has rented T G Backs farm for the coming year anti has moved to it The woods are on fire here and great damage has been done Mrs Polly Davis lost about 75 panels fence Tho Assessor passed through hero last week aid listed moro dogs than there are tnx pa ers About 75 will be due for dos tax this year on tho south fork of Quicksand t t VTf Alcy Coinbs nged4C died lost Saturday al herhome G v She leaves four cliiidre to 11 n her lose ShCt a r 6fcr of- tun i L s years a to er l litts that she was goinJ horn todio no morp Her remans wore buried in the old Ben Smith grave yard Miss Molly Jonei ged IP died of consumption at 3 W Fugatos last Friday morning Slug was a member of tho Bal tjjst church for about six months t dshe aid to her friends that if tl cy overseen her again they toil have to meet her in heaven lice funeral was conducted by M D Richie after which her remains oro interred in the family grave yard at Ben Clemons 1WILD ROSK FOR SN E Anything you wjintin tho meat line at tho Now McH Shop next io bank MASTER Commfssionors valo it Court J P Crninf Plaintiffv- s Notice df Sale f IV Arrowood Ailrainis LyfliDeceased Defts By virtue of a judgment mid order of sale of the Hreathitt Cir cuit Court made and entered in the above styled cane nt its Oc tober term 1900 for tho sum of 124890 with interest from the 24th day of October 190G and- S costs therein expended I shall proceed to offer fqr sale at the court house door in the town 011I er 26q6I betweeu the hours f2 oclock m and 2 oclock pff tile follow ing described real property lying and being in the town Breathitt county Kvs Beginning ori lain srcet cloven feet from the northwest ornel of the house sold to Grain Centers by L Y Rcdwine whi 1 is now occupied by said Ccntcrsijtlienco with Main street 50 fe SIX inches street thence tcfSicurtorc with S 110 feet to- 11ileyhICombs corner thence with said 40efeot to opposite the bogiilninrrfience a straight lino to the eglpnlD j said lot fronting 40 feet SIX inches on Mainn street aa extond J lag back to Wile lh Cgmbslot- Sind property will be sold at h t I It C 1 MANTELSii K fiJ c J We earlY a complete line of Wood Mantels tr Tile Grates Etc r r Our mantels are of beautiful design andareV j 1excellently manufactured fI We have many patterns from which to select from the daintiest base to the heaviest cabinet Catalogues mailed upon request COMBS LUMBER GO No 234 EAST MAIN STREET BOTH PHONES No 139 No1 919 WEST HIGH STREET BOTH PHONES No 25 LEXINGTON KENTUCKY p y Jpublic auction to the highest and best bidder ort a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to give bond for tho purchase money with approved se curity bearing interest from date and having the force andeffect of a replevin bond and a lien will bo reserved in said bond for the full payment of tho purchase price and interest Bidders waist bo prepared to comply promptly with those terms The whole debt 1 24350 interest 3aa cost JW CAUDWKIL M C B C C MASTER Commissioners ao Breathitt Circuit Court Breck Combs Executor Plaintiff- vs Notice of Sale Henry Turner c Defts By virtue of a judgmentand der of sale of tho Breathitt Cir cuit Court made and entered in the abovestyled cause nt its Oc tober term 1506 for the sum of 50000 with interest from the 24th day of October 1900 and S herein expended subject to a credit of 197 00 of date Octo ber 1 1003 1 shall proceed to of for for sale at the court house doer in tlinfTw3 1Ky- on ftid bo no cost to r1Olt Utl not be more tltj 06 n actual nclrst7 ht t- b y nature for suchnnn 1Ir a8Jnc4cnn OYE ving- a tl rahe rlTCtiKAtt Unty Lyingand being Uvth osunty of State of Kentucky on Mill Creek of tho Middle Fork of Kentucky river and bounded as follows Beginning at the forks of Mill Creek thence down the creek to James McIntosh line thence up tho hill with said lino to Win Halls line thence up the dividing ridge to J E Littles lino thence down the dividing ridge to Walter Johnsons line thence down the hill with said lino to the beginning containing fifty 50 acres more or less i Said property will be soldat public auction to tho highest and best bidder on a of six I months and the purchaser will bet required to give bond for the pur I chase price and interest Bidders must bo prepared to comply promptly with these termsWhole debt 50000 interest- S cost S- Jw CAUUWELL M 0 B C C HEADACHES and EYESTRAINS Many who hue for years suffered intensely from chronic sick headaches using drugs of nil kinds without any benefit have found immcdidto and pier manent relief inn PI10PEijlY ADJUSTEb 4CFSSFS t Because eyestrain was tho cause Wo remove the fcause ando t is v ding I SFTISFQJ10N JARANTEED SIFCEENQRJ JEWELER AND OPTICIAN J41CKSON KENTUCKY i l 0 1 0 a- r You Will Get All Thats j opaF Coming to ousPi oF m FAKERYr li- yP 0 rotour method of bnsiuess ior every dollar i WI you pay us you hot one hundred cents value in Q return w oWe Believe Ill Square Treatment t 9 Your moneys worth all the time Wo might i m w goodsthen m COT TO OUR STORE M fw totheaurestway t f rF- t F Crawford CoI 5 nt- or p + dJACKSON KENTjUOKY z + f t i fl i H W ta 0 n 0 d ir r 7777r E 77 tfs t e H v MIXED w 111 111 W 1l ill PAINTS I111 Just received a full line Ei w t whichWs W TfrtIt w w Will cover more space l1stI11 ifI longer and look better tanyother paint made CgJI Wan I see color cards and get It prices z t t IIe eIp JOB PRINTINGTH- E BEST AT LOWEST PRICES At Breathitt County News Office I MANY IThoreto commemorate the deeds of those who have passed on but whatever their form may be no person of natural sentiments feels like dis ponsing with a suitable marker to I designate the last resting place Dont waste time lookingaround j come hero first I have tbe mon il mont you want lFR M SHELYE JACKSONKY rr 0 Confidence Talks With Cobbler HansI I r- Ii People Tell Him of TTictr Troubles and He Helps Them Out of It I j tougaJiIyou too cold hearted If you vhas der coal man you vhas In der combine It vhas vhcn you vbas a cobbler und all alone tn your shop dot people come In und Kit you dclr confidence und vhant somo tympathy I keep In my window l1li1I ior time a sign reading Hero vhas some sympathy nod con fidence for all Come In und tell der cobbler all about It Und peoples come In almost every hour und everybody brings some shoes t Tt6 mend I Just get my shop open der odder morning vhen a woman comes lit mlt her shoes In her hand und tears 11IT BHOEB IW HEn HAJTO TOD TE1BS IK flEa ZXE9 In her eyes She vhas short und fat 1 t f und motherly und she had been weep L 1 lug Hans talk to me In confldence she 1saysas she hands me der shoes Vhat vhas der trubbles1 says l Shust der same ash for five years past 3Iy husband says I vhas too short und too fat He makes fun of 1tli me und calls mo names Dls mprnlng he says 1 better go mlt some side show ash der fat womans Ho says I dont have some soul In me He- ictweeusays I cant tell lIer dUferenco L glorious sunset uud a hog In a pen If I shake der house ijvhen I walk he calls me an earthquake HJns my 4 heart vhaa broke und I dont know vliat to do I let her cry for five minutes und I ilea I says My dear vyomaus you dont do nqt f tings 1 hat seen your husband uu J 1 Uaosv ho vhda a afetuift iBptt who 14I dorft welBhtfi BuaArea 1oud4 He t1 rr- t1ea You 1jlI fa enougkVcnuii- I weighed tlipouadsmore tha do i 4 Vhcn she gets into a end of It sinks down streikfdotlike a hitching post Saround her dot a childr walking Shakespeare says Cit me a ttatwoman und I will gif you an angel dot husband of yours a bigger man dan Shakespeare But dont I have some souls andy sentiment r More ash a carload my good wo mans Your soul vhas ash big ash a whole calfskin und I4et you dont go down to Coney Island und see der raves break on der beach mltout you make oop some poetry t1ell dot vhaa so Last week vheu I vhas down dere I come home und write 4 I stood upon tin sandy shot highpA dead horse floating by I read dot to my husband und ho says It vhas no poetrynothing splr Ituelle about It Dot vhas sbcalousy some more He cant write poetry himself und so he dont vhant you to A dead horse vhas splrltuclle If he vhas of do right color Go home young womansgo homo und know you vhas all right Vhy If some one comes here und says to mo vbas dote tome womans around hero to ban angel In a procession I mention your name first of all Yes sir you bet und dcr newspapers fall over each odder to get your picture Hans you vhas der best man liv lug says dot vomans Und vhcu she goes out she vhas smiling und making- S como dimples In her fat cheeks Dot same day an old man comes In to haTe a cement patch on his shoe for 15 cents He sits down mlt a grunt und dont say nottlugs for ten minutes Den be speaks oop Cobbler I vhw courting a widow womans I belief I spend one hooncrd dollars In one year buying her presents She says she vhlll marry me but rhen s she finds I dont own some brewery she tjirows me down Then I talk back to her she calls me an old fossil und says I have one foot In der grave uud dot never In her life vhlll she marry her grandfather i Uud dot hurts your feelings eh I says Mobbe It does Cobbler bo honest tult rae Vhas I n back number Vlias ion tier brink of der grave i bog at him for two minutes Ho thns more ash seventy years old und he losks to be ninety I looks und looks und deu I laughs und says My boy vhen you conic Into dls shop n few minutes ago I belief It vhas S a young man who had knocked der heal off his shoe If you vhas over fortyfive I cat oop all my sole leather und let der trust rob me some more Hans I vbas depending on you Und so you can but you can never never depend on some widow womans Kbo like to marry you tot your proper ty She likes tollbe rich und swell I around und bY U1Ldt a erjt4sjt S r t 0S I she till somebody mil her automobile Yheasho finds you v3anirbilts- he vhas mad uud speaks ouC Vuy I have been through dot same mill nlhI much ash ten times Und I vhns all right he says as be begins to smile Nobody could be rIghter Vhs mans you shall marry twice yet before you die Let dot selfish disappointed d ow womans go by Texas und do J hunt oop some young girl to be your wile Hang me If I dont Say cobbler your head rIms screwed on der right vbay Itl talk wit President noose velt I dont belief he do me so much good Take a quarter for dot patch und say uottlngs to nobody Vhcn I get married I send yon a bottle of wine Und den comes In a young man He tries to be very flip ash n says ne vhants some lifts put on his heels but I can see dot he hat some trubbles on hIs mind I dont say nottlugs und be whistles und sings for ten minutes Don he drops his voice down und says Cobbler vhas you over In love Twenty different times my son Und did you ever ask a girl to marry youDer same twenty- It Thai all right It you vbas In love mlt a girl but bow can you tell If she vhas In love mlt you Dere ThaI one hooncred ways If dot girl lets you bold her band while you vhaa riding on der street car she vhas In love mlt you und you can bet on ItH jyeg I think the same but suppose shed laugh at me vhen I asked her to be my wltef Young man dont you be afraid Der good Lord put males und females Into dls world to mate lIe put mon und romans here to love und marry Dire vhaa some Shacks fur all der Jllta Dot girl thas shust as anxious tomarry ash you vhas only she must wait to be asked How tar avhay docs she lIref flight around der corner Vhell here vhas a pair of shoes for you to put on You go tight around der comer und ask her to be your wife Lord cobbler but dot vnaa awful soon I Marriage ThaI like a boll Der soon er It comes to a bead der better Dont be red In der face Dont get der shakes Dont stop around ash It you vbas going to have a tooth pulled Shust walk right oop dare und be back In feefteen minutes He Thai afraid uud I hat to push him outdoors but he takes a long breath und walks off In ten minutes he vhas back und soocn a happy man I never saw lIe shakes me by one hand und by both hands und he gives me halt a dollar extra und vben he goes avbay joy sticks out all over him Maybe I make more money If I vhaa president of a trust und rob der peo plea all I could but a belle shop und der good will of der peoples vhs enough for me shust now M QUAD Good for everything a salve Is med for and especially recommended for piles That Is whatwe say of DeWltts Witch Hazel Salve pn 110 market for years and a standby In thousands Qf familial Get DeWItti Sold by JacictonDrng Co a CIcYficJthpuaKts Out of jJ Vf m 1brknow things I had to takehls cake and shoW him how to eat lt J1i Teacher Can you ten me what an aristocrat U Johnny Johnny Ye maam An aristocrat la a poor person who boasts of hUrlcb relations rFirst Little Girl My papa says your pays hates work Second Little Girl Oh no be doesnt He likes work but he bates to do It VisitorWell my little man I sup pose you take after your father do you notLittle Man aged flveNo sir but he takes after me with a stick some times Margie aged tourIII your papa a womanElsie aged ilveNo course not Margie Weil I beard my papa say he had a dress suit on at the theater tho other night Little ElmerMy mamma can tell thlnga by lookln at peoples hands VIsltorIndeedl Is she a palmist Little ElmerI dunno Every time Ihe looks at my hands she tells me to- ro and wash em Chicago sews Give children a remedy with a pleas ant taste Dont force unpleasant medicine down their throats Kenne dys Laxative containing Honey and Tar IB must pleasant to take Child ren like It and as a relief for colds coughs etc there It nothing better No opiates Conforms to National Pure Food and Drug Law Sold by Jackson Drug Co lie Knew Here Is an account of a bureau that was recently established for the purpose of providing speeches for women to deliver What are you laughing aboutThe Idea of anybody writing speech es for my wife to deliver That a fun ny Is your wife a speaker flyIWell wouldnt her audience appre elate It It her speeches were more care fully prepared f jJfiWbynotr fe Im her audience Cleveland Plain5 Dealer Hero Is our condensed opinion of the Original Laxative Cough Syrup Nearly all other cough syrup are constipating especially those contain lag opiate Kennedy Laxative con taming Honey and Tar moves the bowels Contains no opiates Cu forms to the National Pure Food and Drug Law Sold by Jackson Drug Co S I i p4 AUTUMN DESSERTS NEW AND DELICIOUS PUDDINGS FOR THE HOUSEWIFES APPROWffi GIe a In Creole Blunemanire Served In a NOTC Style A Stenmea 4JaPut a pound of prunes In a pan with one pint of water three ounces of sugar and thrdequartcrs of an ouce of gelatin Cook them till soft Take out the stones crack them and save the kernels Put the prunes kernels a little cochineal the rind and juice ot a lemon and a glass ot roarsala In rf saucepan and let them ball for fifteen GELD A LA CHEOLK to twenty tnlnutw have ready a pint of clear wine Jelly If possible use the well known shaped mold that Is Illus trated If this Is not convenient alter note layers of jelljrand prunes may beset In any mold though they will not be as effective as when they are set In steps Ulnae the mold with cold water Fill up to the first step with Jelly let It set fill In the next with the prune mixture let that set also and so on till the mold Illtull When set turn It Into a pretty dish and pipe whipped cream round the base of each stepIilancmangeA simple and attrac tire manner to serve blancmange Is to line a mold fill It with newly stewed grapes as thick as marmalade then chill on Ice Wheat and grapes make a dainty decoration for this dish Steamed Pudding Quo cupful of chopped suet one cupful of molasses one cupful and a half of flue breadcrumbs two scant cupfuls of flour one teaspoonful of salt one cupful of any kind of chopped dried fruit one tea spoonful of baking powder one scant halt tenslQntul of soda mixed with one cupful of sour milk Mix turn In to a greased mold and steam for four hours Marlborough Pudding Beat the yolks of five eggs with onehalf pound of sugar and ono pint of cream seasoned with the grated rind of a fresh lemon Put Into a deep bowl or pitcher and set In a vessel of boiling water and stir until It Is a thick cream When cold stir In a small cupful of raspberry Jam or orange marmalade Pour Into a deep baking dish Whip the whites of the eggs to a stir mprlngUQ wltl tour tablespoonfuls of powdered sugar and put on top of the cream Wltha spoon shape the meringue to look like large roses Brown In the oven for a few 4 minutes Jemon PuddlngPare the rind of three lemons and boll rind till tender aJbJJICMANOL Pound In a mortar and mix with them a quarter of a pound of lady fingers crumbled fine and stirred Into tf quart of boiling milk Bent the yolks of four eggs light with half n pound of sugar and two tablespoonfuls of lemon juice Stir in the whites of two eggs beaten stiff add to milk put all on back of the fire and stir till thick and smooth Put a border of paste around a deep dish and pour In the pudding strew top thickly with candled sweetmeats or thinly sliced citron and bake three quarters of an hour Serve cold Mead Jewelry In London the fad for wearing rcprei soutatloM of animal for personal adornment Is cultivated by a sufficient number of women to make an Impres sloe on the displays In shop windows and show Cities Bracleti that clasp with carved heads of sheep oxen goats dogs aud even snakes are fre quently to be seen A Bond street Jeweler was recently commissioned make a necklace of decidedly original design tor1t well known society women It Is to bo made of fine gold links from which de pend the heads of her favorite pets carved In gold There are three dogs two cats a ponys and a parrots Lend The clasp Is a copy of a pet lizard ex ecuted In gold with jeweled eyes Following the same freakish fashion there are two London women who contrary to Aba general tendency of their sex Invariably wear small white mice fixed on the lapels of their coats These mice which are most lifelike are madeJfiplastcr and sharp hooks Ire attached to their feet to hold them k positionfr f dFor Nuriery A Oi bubble race makes excellent fun Layjalpmr stick on the floor to serve asa goal and provide each with a4t ii which can be made of stiff paper with which to drive the bubbles from the starting point At a given slgnalhe bubbles are blown and the fans brought Into use If a bubble bursts beore any player has reached the goal tIme player may return to blow t second oneSt Mrsit IJeathman Clinton ville Ky say For several y ars I have lost iny turkeys about breeding time with the choler I have trieda number of remjJtHea but Bourbon Poultry Cure Bthe fpundthatguaranteed by Day Bros CW teedHotelwhenA dIo L Jt Ji 1 Ptwlmiijitvr fobbed F W tout toitmaiter at River toni i nearly Irst his lift and vn roWed iX nil cJl11roacclllllhg to lilf letter which 0Fur 50 jcars Iad chronic liver complaint which led tO8ucli a case ofjHi dlco that oven my fingernails turnt jellow when mj Doctor piecrlbed Elrclrla BItter Vlilek cured me and ket mp MP 11 foi eleven jeBra Sur cure for IIIHIiuif nets Neuralgia WukneSil and III Stomach Liver 1 Blnddei drjigemenIe A derful tonic At Jck on DrugCM cents Sympathetic Friend to Brown whose picture has been rejected by the Jtoynl academy Never mind my boy Ill bring the rich uncle round Hell buy aU old thligSketcb- TIIE TEXAS WONDER Cures nil Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles Sold by nil druggists or two months treatment by mail for 100 Dr E W Hall 2926 Olive street St Louis Mo Send for Kentucky testi monials 221 ilr nettl ilint will be a very brilliant welding 6t Mr Koachs laughter f- Mr Beetle I suppose 10 Mr UlJIlf all time fireflies In lb ihootl ore IU It LcPm7e ttruk t the i I to rer land stOitL I r bf xerb3 1 taut Mi Ae fOle tn thui b t vftk cit tb stomach vAt5he p opeT temofuture t single leaspooBl il of Kodol wll wholly digest 3000 rains of food 1 relieve tIme preMi announce Ill the strmach in gt d shape to satin fdctorlly perform function Coo for liidlgeiifon f ir tomitch fl tti leqcn paljiUatlorjL of the heart am tlrIHpla Kulo Is made In utric conformity wltlij te National iW Food anJ Drug Li SolJ by Jacksot Dru Co 4 To 7hoougbirIClefle tfco K Every night before going to bed ap ply a good cold cream Leave It on for a tow minutes ti 4 remove with n soft linen rag You be surprised and horrified Jo lied how dirty the rag has become Next wash the face thorough Iy In warm waterusing a good w ap rinse In warm water and end by dashj Ing cold water yell over It Then rub In a very little cold cream wiping off icy that the skin will not absorb 1 uiFew tile Sine Mr Crlubs IN CrlbbR I have borne with resignation tiayT even chcerfulnessantlquo chairs that wnb bled antique cfocks that were always Jilrteeu hours behind time antique rugs that nom pihlstorlis Turk wove antique chma antique howls pans and kettles AHbls I intro smiled at but when youTllve me antique eggs for madamJdrnw J Fortunate JUIesourhins 4 When lwas ii druggist al1 11lIlrf Mo write T J Uwyer nowof GrlSysvllltbfQ tllrse of ifajitJtt o men were per tlnpntly ciirslif con sumption by bJ Klisgs Iffv lDlscov flfJ aidare Iwell and trurhf today One wai trying t i sell hispropert and move to Arizona but tfferuilnj Nw Di coverfh ttmj h J oulld it unnecessar I 5 f Regard Dr Kings Nn atih1 mnr wonderful tiiedl Ii In 1ezitence- Surest COI1 and cola j uje idTnroat IhtlJacksonTrill bott freev 1 KILLTHI CH AND CURE THE L1JNCS WITH rKi Ne Dis rv IFOR C OUUMfllON0U4111 7 PrIce U III uXNt14 idksst p for alt 4om400 t- tI cvl S A niountnln cf Gold could not bring much hrpilnei to Mm Lucla Willie of Caroline Wis as did one 25c box of Huckleni Arnica Utte vvhpti tt ci mplntvly Cirpd a ruts nltH tore on her leg whloh had tor tilled her 2P long rears Greatest en tlseptio healer of Piles Wounds and Sores 25o ai Jnckion Drug Ooa f 5 Not In Time MabelMy dearest Olgn I could not rest until 1 had come timid inndo an effort to dispel time gloomy yourIditervelop into suicidal mania Tie true Alfred has jilted youthe wretch Still try to act like a sensible girl and lookout for another engage mentOlgaYour advice comes too late darling Good gracious Olgu You sure ly havent taken poison Well nnno the fact is II ecamt engaged again yesterday- For years I starved then I bought 60 cent bottle of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and what that bottle brneflUfd me all the gold In Georgia could not buy I kept on taking It and in two months 1 WM at well and hearty as I ever was I still use a little occasion nllyaslflnd It a tine blood purifier and a good tonic May you live long and prosperO N Cornell Coding Ga Aug 27 11100 Kedlll sold lien y Jaekson priiRno Egg Ar Useful According to the Medical Record eggs are ueful in the following ape A mustard plaster made with the white of an egg will not leave a Winter A raw egg taken immediatelywill carry down a fish- bone that cannot be extracted The white skin that lines the shell is n useful application to a boil White of egg beaten up with loaf sugar and lemon relieves hoarseness a teaspoonful taken once every hour An egg in the morning cup of coffee is a good tonic A raw egg with time vo1k uhbrokenin a glass of wine is beneficial for convalescents Dcntlis front AinuTuUcUla lecreaie in the tame ratIo that the ue of Dr Kings New Life iilli In rea es They save you from danger i tul bring qilck and painless rcleaie rom cniiitlpaiioii and use ills growing ut uf It Strengthvand vigor always lluxv their use jiiiarstileed bv list f ekiiin Drug Co 25c Try them Th frlcble wrT5we tot halls ansi theyve dlmg II- 11W nutd 1Jr l rjid TeCGITiId L It roiiginagaetNd od oathartleT A Jftif I- ftet Say a pill JlkeDWU sItUe Early Hlsers About the mali rella ile on the market Bold by Jackson n g Co For ellt Quits Well saId tho wan who was seek youIperate honesty What do you mean bf temperate honesty T demanded the machine loader III moan replied the other with a wink that I wouldnt practice hon eat l to excess Catholic standard and rimes u Dragging Downr Pains are a symptom of tne Dost serious trouble which can attack a woman vU faUIng of the womb With this generally comes Irregular and painful periods weakening drAIns backache headache nervousness dizziness Ir ritability tired feeling etc The cure Is I WINE OF Cardul I The Female Regulator that wonderful curative vegetable ex tract which exerts such a marvelous strengthening Influence on all female organs drdul relieves pain and regulates the menses It a sure and permanent cure for aU female complaintsAt and dealers In 100 bottles II SUTURED AWFUL PAIN lnpmywombanIovarleswritesMrsNaomi I ualso In my right and left sides ana Irrtgultr new woman ard do not suffer as I W- It Is the bastsedldna I ever took u u THE NEW ID- EAHNEDYS Hens tlw levels I RAILROAD TIME TABLES L EIRAILWAY SUMMER TIM13 TABLE EFFECTIVE SEPT 9 1000 WEST BOUND NO NOJ 1ailyExAM Lv JaclsouG 10 2 25 O 1C Junction 0 15 2 80 Elkatawa 0 20 2 34 Oakdulo G 3J 2 1i Athol 0 40 2 Z3 Tallecn G 49 aOI St lichens G B9 3 12 Benttnillc Tunct 7 07 a 20 Torrent 7 30 3 42 Natural Bridge 7 4f a 65 Campton Junct 7 BO 8 t7 Stanton 8 IB 4 25 Clay City 8 25 4 ii Indian Fields 8 42 4 50 LE Junct 858 5 oa Winchester 9 10 5 20 Ar Lexington 9 55 G Os EAST BOUND o2 NO 4 Daily Daily Ex Sun PM AM Lv Lexington 2 25 7 85 Winchester i 10 8 12 L E Junct 3 25 8 24 Indian Fields 3 40 8 42 Clay City 4 00 9 00 Sjanton 4 10 9 OS Campton Junct 4 40 9 85 Natural Bridge 4 45 9 40 Torrent 4 57 U 53 Beattyvillo Junct 5 18 10 14 St Helens 5 27 10 22 Tallega 5 37 10 32 Athol 5 45 10 40 Oakdalo 5 50 10 48 Elkatawa G 02 II 0- 5OKJunct 005 J1 10 Ar Jackson G 10 II 15 CONNECTIONS LEJUNCTION Trains Nos 1 2 nnd 3 will make connections with C 0 Ky for Mt Sterling CAMPTON JUNCTION All trains connect with Mountain Gen tral Railway for Pine Ridge und Campton BEATTY VILLE JUNCTION Trains Nos 2 3 and 4 connect with L A Ky for Bcattyville O K JUNCTIONTrains No KentuckyforCIIAS SCOTT G P A Mountain Central +Depirt Arrive 030 am Pine UidJro 11 05gy 230 p III Pine Ridge 0 00 p n- DepartArrive 8 00 m Campton Jun 10 OSam 4 00 p in Cnrapton Jjup 440 PlM jMake connection withall L tJACS lpw 1 2lniN0lEutBous1 Bound aE II M I 0 fI4 c 1 r n R STATIONS to 4 o ctiiiAN itjfLY51 MK AIIN l1t annel Olty J2M8 61 TIS8fl nnieleohaw i2OQ 4MI Lea Oily 122 4lt824 IM Hampton 1202 4Oi 887 166 Vllliurst 1160 S1i2- 81i6 200 Frozen 1142 33 81019302S conInectlonEastern Hallway ML CONLEY Supt Louisville Atlantic Ry Schedule In effect July 16 1000 WET BOUND I 1MI15I I I P t AM jtv BeattyvIIla 1 10 0 60 I I AN I Lv Irvine 2 40 7 40 I Lv Richmond 3 45 8 40 Ar Valley View 4 12 9 07 Nlchblaivllle 4 85 0 32 J Versitillei 5 20 10 16 I EAST BOUND I P M AM LvVernaillei 2 00 8 00 a Nlcholaivllle 2 45 8 45 Valley View B 09 9 07 Lv Richmond 845 9 85 I Irvine 4 45 10 40 ArBeattyvllle 0 15 12 20 Lv Beattyvllle 860 Ar BeattjTllla Junction 4 20 12 40I Rn Smith G F P A Venalllui Ky ORIGINAL LAXA- TIVEXATIVE Ilest I H SOUTHERN RY nnd Best Itouto From Louisville iinvillcnnd Lexington to cSt Louis Westand Mo Two lust trains daily runnirg through solid from Danville to St Louis without change with con necting cars from Lexington ns follows Leave cxincton Cift a tn- Liave Danville BJO a mIr Leave Ixuisvillc 900 a m Arrive yt Louis 012 p m Vcstibulcd Coaches and Obser ration Cafe Car on above train Leave Lexiigton500 p ni Leave Dnnvillo 445 p m Leave louisville 10lf p in Arrive St Louis32 a m Pullman and Free He dining Chair Car on above trains ChBttnnoosaAtlnnta Florida andall Southeastern point including Ashovillc N C and tho beautiful Land of the countryScudSkJIt booklet and other illustrated literature 5 For tickets Pullman reserva tions and full information call on or address j F T P A 111 K Main Street Lexington Ky C 11 HUXGEHFOHD Dist Pass Agt 2M Fourth Avenue LouisvilleJ r TIt A G P A St Louis Mo ONLY RAILROAD II SOUTH I EQUIPPED WITH III AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC I IBLOCK SIGNALS I AND SiUTHERN RAILWAY t movtrrl 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