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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, December 14, 1906. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1906 bre1906121401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Breathitt County news: n. Friday, December 14, 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. 4- qII ta t J ti r- I3cer a lsln gI- N Melum Il BR ANDAtJOININ COUNTIEti w- i t 1 IjF L WINTER GOODS W 0N DISPLAY I SHOES iIy 7T iI t c Wip Iwvo just rowifbd a how And Attractive lino of iLadieij Jacking JJoaks ands Raincoats including Cloaks for and Infants ii eant and sti 1 b- t01 ibliaoRt dfA- ice fltt and the adjoinicounties to CAll ana bxamino Every garment is right in make inside and out correct in every detail of style garmentslurnishipJt8otet handsome and smartly tail orod and ills to for any woman to bo suited at our store x We alsp havo in a new stock of Woiuuna Trimmed Hats Furs Mittens Shoes and Underwear for both women and children Extra sizes in Underwear for Chi sfouC women and men lor tho Men and Dos we havo opened an lino of hall and Winter Suits and Over coals that you will not Grid owler jte Jackson You will not nuke a mistake in lookingtie Iols W Y to buy yolir Fall outlt Wo have a largo and BolectSu line anti in position to giva you lowest prices on them If you wart GOOD Shoos Shoos that wu stand 1 lehiasil itli fliir guarantee come to see us r Our Stock of Dry Goofs Hens and Boys Furnishings Itfen p and Wouieas Rubbers and Notions cannot bo oxcollixl or sotdat K slower by aiijvitora in Jackson ifyou want to dross and buycorrectly eot see HB jTlie Introducers of high Grade Clothing in Jtwksuii SS5Z5ZSBS3S3SZ53SZ SaSHS jESSaSHS President J Jtl7lIKUP7 Cashier v f t jfpyq tt+ Fa PDKltj w t Carlu DAVIS Acting Cashier ro 1 ID ipJKSON BANK m Jackson Kentucky oofiPtu1r iu Ul tWu solicit t f tho Banking Businoaa and accounts i of c g vLumber Manufacturers S i Timber Dealers W jjj Business Men- Merchants rn 0 ID fl 0 Farmers CustomerssK tho most iM- p LIBERAL TERME3 3 it Within tho limits of legitimate business Gl = = = oJ t COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY v 11 i SiSiSZSiSUil gu c52525 u2 52552a525i S2 M ILLIEhN School of Business M E MILLIKAN Principal- S i Offers unexcelled courses of instruction in J i SHORTHANDb Stenographers Actual e J workSpa1UngPllnc1uRtioD pB1o T ng TYFllWR IN Touchi System under nos poc tteachor and double r t in fortes of T powrltl in exportchidingoparatoraI BIGforms of busllffcss FullU A pr1i rJid68iRlpill oalculatianl3u8iaoes Arlth motto Correaporidwir omIJ LaI Paatngnalmipand Business Practic r t v OUR GP T POSITIONS ASKo r TS PUPIL V VATOB SHORT dTh feNTRANOB ra3ulumrllRxIEh IJfGrJ10 X5Z J pray 1 4 fijiit 4r tf o t tf a r O jOli iIA X c C t It X atfl1 1 NTY NEWS ttr i JoI JA 4 M IrremArkablybroad + X11EUSER DEPQSIT J t Santa a4iJ1Crnet- o t 1 + lttaKI h It f 1 6it IpMB l1 lwj A 1ii jo tiaRt C aims Sonia Where is hol 1own at J IfS NEW 1JRNlTlJlfE iBiJ next to Flecnors Jewelry St5r I Wo hays Xmas Goods fir eve y lays for the little ones Books Games Tlocki horses ShpoflyliO o Carts Doll Buggies Nice Big Dolls for the girl Iron Trains Wagons rblos Rubber Balls Horns Tl1 sots Gold Trinuu iiiedce line of Imported China y VR BO DIITTI ONES EVERYBODY WELCOME 1 BONES HO lDAY STORE N1INGEiBOa f GEORGE S IZItANCII slrlistand Vctrio Boyd of Jackson passed through this vicinity this wcck4 uying ties for the wall1 Day Lumber Co Sanuicl JB Patton of Jackson pa6sedthroiJfih hero Monday en route to his log setLoolhousocently while school was in session and before the flames could be ex tinguished burned downWm- Nov trio whisky man was fined 20 in Squire Dcatons court last Saturday Ho had previously taken an oath that he would not nor have any more sold on his premises Ho was also demanded to fill a pcuco bond in default of which ho was sent to jail It looks as if Billy will have to quit the business as there are three more warrants awaiting his return bo sides a probable case for perjury and one in the Federal court I note that 11 M Uedwinoliha wwttcutoe t mw = cial district whoso commission any tedates to Bcckham in a decision has declared the dog tax law to be unconstitutional undoid Wonder if Mr Hcdwino was not a member of tho body that en acted the law as his name was very prominently mentioned in all arguments before tho House of Representatives and ho handler the machinery wonderfully that moulded the district in which ho is now judge and never ono argument from him in defiance to the act that effects so many people This is a stream in the reaction of the State administration devisee to collect some votes Dear Judge had ye mont to be ginst tho dog tax why didnt ye speak right out in tho legislature and nip her in de bud Too late now Your lit tie decisions cant aired the overwhelming tido of sentiment this law has rentodTl mass of voters have got it in for em and the State is going Hogback In his message to the Fifty ntntl Congress President Koosovoll said The plain people who think tho farmers and workers with hand or brain tho men to whom tradition is dear who love their country and try to act de cently by their neighbors owe it to themselves that the most dam aging blow that can be given a State or ft Nation is to an unworthy sinister agitator JJ In such a case we must vote r and not flinch duty for in sucha case Democracy itself is on trial and in the tho honest man whether rich or poor has as much to fear from the insincere and unworthy demagogue promising all to got an meo and doing nothing but evil afterward Henry Wat terson suggests nail for our State that th ibettor time than now q I triade = dent clwn dgf to ir fret d ls tthat UMS rty expand and it Tthe ground suggested by and Watterson J G HERALD X The school at War Creek conducted by Miss Louise Spencer will close December 22 A box supper and a Christmas tree will bo iiivcn in honor of Miss Louise for tho goof school she Imfctatight fvjjt D Back of Jackson was on one of our fairest girls horiY If all reports are tr 1t ing that Billy will 1iQp 15 VISIts to Herald and teirbrunetto to visit hi- shoincNiss Capple Terry was a I her Charles Terry IAddaofa74 p fVf f i t f herald was till guelJther sis for Mrs W Mrer undiw Doja Little i g her Elkatatvadiss alimlolltSUbday IIarlnn Ora hof EI- Ikalft was Visitingl Monday SB II Herald has a 000 now oMissRuthvillo Mondays SeldOMBAck will close his chol at Snak Branch on presentatTerry Friday night wpro Brecl Little Richard Hcralrt W iM Mullon Miles and Jol Caudill- IEdwnrd and Oscar Tarry Clay Gabbard 1 Miles Emma and Maggie li I LillianErerryPrude i i- Black AUcnjoyed- promised I present f MLOST CItsxdPy y rerrynessM artha th visiting Nei Nannic is t this week i G E JjicksonTuesdnyMrs was visiting friends liB Jackso itllrsSamlIntismAsher Strong i attending school in Jackson ItOUdSEAU George Hensley has bought a fine saddle horsoGalo How ards line yellow horse which lie bought of Green Hensley two years ago died last week Ben jamin Harvey of West Virginia is visiting his son Wra Harvey Wes Harvey is preparing to move to tho Slmck Allen house N II Stilly has concluded not f to go to Georgia and jsgoing U work for JTloyd DayMBilli Combs is inspecting tins on Quicksand and the people are pleased with his inspecting Daniel Me Intoshand Pleas DIiis sill preach 23StI at 10 oclock a m CUOCKETTSVJfctjE Miss Emma Lewis of Juckson has been visiting her sister Mrs Eliza Stamper of e nnd her father John B LcwistoflIiller Branch She also visited her sis ter Mrs Lctitha McWhortcr of visittoCreek Jackson county and saw her grandparents tare mjth- oeightiesTho wheels of try are rolling at a tarried pace here Estill Morgens mi1lon tile Rijcy of L s Creek is turning out railroad tied by thq hundreds John Burton Wm J1ndCharleJcontract to furnish logs to the millrunning RUeV Burton ro also doing a profitable business near the mouth of Miner Branch 0 Uncle Delaney holing of Ter dejsirtscounty thattIiogliayk Dirty is the lIe ys that thcDomoracylr the people to adopt is select mqp for offices and Glee llrltr JelmBto his father and MO tbs in Jackson county the oldest in that the country Should Me s live until March e Will be 89 years old 22192 March 10 1907 Aunt ill be 88 years old ith their son Thomas LoWIJy become ba- tr t r G rr J t t1 i offended at each other 20 years ago and although they live under the same roof in separate rooms they have not spoken to each other ingoodhealthand canes to aid them At ono time they owned the farm where Anci Short now lives on Turkey Creek They desire to send through the columns of THE NEWS their best wishes to their old and long re membered friends in Breathitt and wish them u Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year OLEiUONS prepnriogtobuild ClemonsspentSunday Strong also entertained Ned Wil Missesands nd with a candy pulling L1cinSituday Iljah Clemons viaUed fL 1ayy af1sy- drritedd M frOM ilia Ore a G on shu 10ilta gladtoCernihR her whereabouts Rev M D Richie and son went to Frozen last Friday to attend n lodge of which they are mem borsO H Scars was hero Sunday looking after thorightof way through T G Backs for n railroad for tho Stephenson Bros Lumber Co J D Clemons has been to Spring Fork to look after his tie jobG W Fugate and wife paid Jack Whittaker of Lambric a visit lost week1L- C Clemons has three old coins bearing the following dates 1600 1786 and 1804 Who has older coins LEE COUNTY FINCASTLE- Looks A sthough we should have a few more weddings ore the early spring time judging from the new houses that some of our young men are putting up Mel vin Kincaid is building a new house and James and Ed Shoe maker are each putting up now houses Well as I promised to tellof the wedding last week as you know our failing wo will have to tell it this Mar ried on the 29th ult at the rest denco of W K Kincaid tire brides father Miss Maggie Kin caid and J E Williams of Flat ICy Mr Williams is a student of the Louisville Medical College and a promising young man James Vanderpool of near Tor rent while logs last Thursday was kicked in the stomach bn steer and died from the kick Friday evening while en route to u hospital in Lexington Mr lonvoff ia largo family Jf smallchHdfn anda wife tQ mourn his to this remains wore jutkq grave yard i + iburialGbefore T S- Saturday i last for t Jf post iaK eir ywowr Pt has been at his place for sfftpwi time Miss Julia Johnson Hfvisiting at K N Junction Uncle John Abner sold Clay Crawford of Athola nice bunch of hogs last week M P Cable has purchased 4ho timber Wm Abnors place near hero and will put a saw mill on the placef soonTho oldest daughter of Breck Hall is dan gerously ill Get your girl ono of those wboxes of candy at Clarence IJiI dens for Xmas v 7 Henry Cundiff of Elkfaki at was here Monday n i Ls t or tP1 t ifw1 L 6 Tho LItrglSt r culfiblv 1 OF ANY pAPER IN TtftSSECrtO iJ fWl bf The Lexington l G rttf I Kr io Leading Democrat aily OF GENTRAL ICNN GKY+ lA tt Eoo 0- M at- JoTBl TO JANUA rIAj ooes j 1 r J 1i r i I T a1 kr JO or that we are making to the dailyt f neivapaper rea e on y time regular yearly subscription price i being OOwbichwill in effect again after January 1G 1007 rt I If you would like to see a copy of time Herald before subscribingwrite us for free sample copy i t tEXIpkOpI JED I D 0 filc LEXINGTON A KENTUCKY fw fItIt i MANY MEMORIALSl = I ti I OOUSN TlJeroare memorials erected 00 4 to commemorate the deeds of tLose a who have passedon but whatever flioir form may be no persoii of X y naturalssentiuienta fools like disV pensing with a suitable marker to designate the last resting place i c Don t waste time looking around como here first I have the ament want R M SHELY JACKSON KYt MIXED I Lf W 1 PAINTS t pjIWill cover more space last I t t w MCianxotherand see color cards and get 1pricesc=zW I F W Jackson Drug Co 1 EEEEEe EEe IIi jL Here We Are I Celebrated HANAN SHOE i Tho Best on Earth jPRICE 5 00 Rr L If 1 Fol Sale 1 1 1 t DAY RO c0tt JaO ksoA K4tua fi J 1 l or d I 4 TIft SYRUP DLLAX LAXATIVZ l18a t 0 i y TMr l- e oJ many mon you The IiadolFrbNM t11M 4 sew ware ttaNkutl PIcttII twr +h kY- 9rj l to A a to j t l Pift 1 F i4- w 1 t 1Copyrlghtl906 by t liF 1I w 2w rV hV z all the newest styles any color and made i any way you might want Every one teed T 50 to s30 00 fad fancy in tho All sizes ranging lI price from 3 98 to 12 00 t Ii I GOODS r1 Shaving sots Toilet Sets Manicure F q Sots Traveling Bags etc IIn fact any article in leather that ii you might want from 1 98 to ft i 15 00 iII y good the lionMI 1 f x- rii JO 00 The Breathitt News 91 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE J WISE HAGINS EDITOR FRIDAY DEO 14 Berry Turner deputy sheriff arrested Richard Wadking the first of the week and turned him Over to his bondsman Steve Cun cliff of War jUreek who took him to Campton ilpnday and surren jailer Wad Idnsia under indictment by thop 4k i 1Volfe circuit court Avon Iused Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy after other remedies failed speedily affecteda i cure has several herds vinmy neighborhood without tho of a single hog Sold ands guaranteed Day Bros Co C 1UVEBS1DE POUMM FARM Buy bosh from fluff Nyandottee iiitode ilindlteds arc the eA cockerols for at 1 each All Qr slzband Bred thQir dstinct layintaijlpfiife uali tics Send eyour if yowl 4 wish to startcREGIN4 lKy Chas StephensonrClintonville K3sayss Icured nay chickens I of cholera with Bourbon Poultry Cure and eaiao4Desk too highly otIt as M for fowls Sol h l by Day Broci C Ha4dix IM ready Baked Fruit 53 A irk h = rI1tlUIIII 1t31E1Ni 7 t1iHII E91f E1 iUlilJII4- r J WRt f TO BlIYFORj if 1 J 1 CERISir t yt1tf v Itt C hats the v 1o dou btr1g IV tleoL S roil our va e = J Jfeand shelves are Plied high met ers of the family Our co ililt wo have nvf r owned mid any item Satisfactionfrom o Guaranteed or your money back andRAILROAD M the amount of railroad === every purchase up to your 4 j SUITS In cuaranx 6 a From t i SMOKING JACKETS aEvery und brightest colorings in I LEATHER lcnderedhimtotbe tilss I standardbredcorrec inralwWSremedy I OVERCOATS To siiit all walks of lifo any weight and any style might fancy Every one guaranteed From Si 50 t30 00 11 LOUNGING ROBEST- he long comfortable garment that men like serves as a bath robo or lounging robe We can show you countless styles ranging in price from 2 48 to 12 00 r HANDKERCHIEFS y The largest assortment in Central Kentucky Plain white fancy borders silks both plain fancy colors From 5c to 1 Telescope of six handkerchiefs 39cy Telescopes of six handkerchiefs large 50c Cigar boxes of six handkerchiefs rg Sfe Telephones of six handkerchiefs t y jjj Ey o 11 n1 t4h I M HOSIERY All thats and new In hose from w ti11 blaoltsoclcatot itioyaettomiY- mn Y wool andsuit10c to 50 ML I RAINCOATS ity UMBRELLASI Suspendarstced1L I-miWBIGOES IT STORE H Because Best Jfailfmctn Clothing CompanyBecause Best ptr6 Fi tFi 0 0 0 tlri CDScott Ky says had and it It cured by the sale are ltu c J you and 50 Uncle TURltEYI businqss the first of the week Edward Terry hero last Fri dayGrnrnhllo Noble of Four Milo was hero Monday Jane Caudill visited Mahala McIntosh Saturday night Several of the boys and girls are preparing to enter Bcrea College tho first of the year We wish them much success We were very glad to hear from The Dreamer once again and hope that he or she may write againB F Caudill Sons are in tho tio business at this place BLUE BELL CLAY HOLE Mize Landrum was in Jackson on business Monday J HI Hounsholl has sold his property at tho mouth of Caney and has moved to Jackson The people of this vicinity arc sorry to see him loaves as ho n The ho 4reoently Vca- J If filler destroyed ast Tuesday morning Undo Nathan Miller has been visiting relatives in Lee county tho past week Mrs Lucinda Combs is very sick with laerippeMrs Serena Day visited her gran laughter Seronatandrum last reek SheisabpntvTP old and walkedabout ten nfilcg inless haji half a dayIFrench Bar nett has 1een yerl m- ach troaGroJudgQ 9 S Tau ee has purchased a large bua aryof timber of the Gog hwra oa troublesome Creek and Will begin rork on it in the nearlutllren Jl AV Combo is on th4IlekUIt stop with HarfrUros atwK ote when inwlnatoll r r 1 to 1 f e 4 r L5 I F The coat that stands a for doublo purpose is that ofa overcoat and a raincoat countless colorings and all styles Every one guaranteed From 10 00 to 30 00 rr = NECKWEAR Every conceivable fad and fancy await is your inspection French Fold straight n Fourinhands Ascots etc and hundreds i of color combinations 25c 50c 76c 1 00 S f Everything in liens and Ladies Umbrellas that you might want i Several hundred to pick from From C9c to 1500 Ii i SiLKUSPENDERSI All the sc sir9 newwatadeas in L lens Silk 1m PM boxes t 1 1 ZiDe 511airts + 1 4I I i 40 o E Z F 0 0 GI 45 y r was was ears r- x s n I LexingtofBanking 1 Trust j Company Savings Department Pays 3 percent on rime Deposits Safety Vault Boxes for Rent A GENERAL BANKING AND TRUST BUSINESS I Acts as Administrator and Executor Serves as Guardian fiustee Buys and Sells Stocks and w BpnflfiL s 1 lis f1 r i Il 1 ucky Banks Solici INTEREST PAID SON B ANCES-S i CAPITAL sTocK 0i 6 OQOOoo 1 lSTOCKHOLDERS IjB 0600O P O ABSOLUTE PROTE tpr IRON tf 1200000g 1 bo LOANS MADE ON REAL ESTATE FJJisO AL SECURITIES SECURITY PRO VIDEO ON OFFICIAL BOND OUR nKETIES ARE AMPLE FOR THE EFFIOIEjfa fe SACTION OF ALL BUSINESS H pED BY CONSERVATIVE TRUST COMA t V CORNER SHORT ANiJ MARKET STREETS LEXINGQNKY 4fIikS v j lut St44- s 4 t to t l1lr l + II l a tir i OAV BRO p = Jir i P M PANy 2 thb1easJe and Re al w have the most complete stdelro VI I i Ever brought Jackson Consistm ofp II t We have the fhikt c I + ti line of shoes in East f ern Kentucky Our mens shoes are of the latest style r I For the L=aciies Ji we have the most I Fashionable Loti of Shoes money I could buy1 Nrt THE LATEST DESIGNS IN y l yl MILLINERYDepartment is under the man 1 IThis of Miss Margaret Basket who t can show you TJhe jCatest Style Jr direct from New York City Also w t FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS ttIn all Freshfromthe a If you need any House Furnishings or FURNITURE farWel car loads to suitc f tJevert r Yw 1 Come and se sour IIiIII I HlIiu4iNltKHtt4IHiJCNQWIMIIIIIwHfNKN NI I Prices Are AI 10ltMM tHHtUUHHH HMUMHWtf I fiM1MI 11 HLmt II1tll1n Jj 4 tfqfB ROS 6 j I VIPANYte iIr fp 1 J iJ J f1i tr Jf t Y fli ihitt NewsI 1HVI IBvcry lrljlay CASHIPTIONS 81 r AYEAR J WISE UAG INS Lalrtian Mrs J E Istex is in R 1exi fton hospital for treatmerft Born to Mr unit Mrs J D i Jones ft line 00on luat Friday jrt1V and family have rndvcil Intura houeepnUteheights 1 F l1C di iHI IAcin r ton the firS bf t ba buyi ness V d 1lrltGllW- ISi vbnling hero t 1 wccl Linla Claim will opili up 5 q Saturday at TonlWErer body Welcome1 Misses Same auditMTmiib Hurst of Campion visited their sister Mrs D B Hcdwino this week Born to C B Rose and wife wJjTuaiday a girl Mr and Mrs are at 011 So wells 4 HbaOriuarters for Xmas Can I dies and Fruits nt- CIAUEXOB HADDKNH t Miss Margo nrlulllenuur of 1 M 1 oonevi lehas accepted position Singer Mucliino Co nt Iitllitl1htco opens up his store Dec ItJnoxt door to t Jcwblory store Every L iVi hotly como IMM A It Allcmler and song of Lexington urn visiting Mr and Mrs J D Jones on the Heights Mrs Clarence lladdcn is nt the bedside of liar father in Montgom cry county and it is reported ho is much better L Y Itcdwinc Walter JromrJwrcnccbur ful hunting expedition ono day this week X now sidewalk is being laid in of time Christian church and expected that the new j nso ftlron Sunday will bo installed by Mrs K Lovely who has been visiting her sister Mrs Forbes i countyforhomo in Chandler OKla Tuesday I will have the nicest lino of Candles Nuts Fruits etc for OB that has ever been dis Tackson rtnrNcI IIlmn W mono Jw char d t frowns camp on WU fished through Jackson this f on his return from a visit to old homo in Montgomery ounty The Court of Appeals has af Terrytagainst It C Crawford involving the oflico of County Judge of Perry and declared Crawford en titled to the ollico J Wise Vagina editor of TUB NBWS loft Monday for n trip to I San Francisco and Los Angeles California Mr llagins spendabout ten days in California returning to Jackson on the first of January Miss Tishio Wright who has t been visiting relatives and friends near Latnbric returned to her home in Carter county Thursday Sho has gone home to spend a Happy Xmas with her homo folks and others She says she has en of joyed her stay in Brcathilt very V much t P II I larris S E Vaughan and L A It Edwards have purchased I to IronjWIltJ wfl Leslie Ltllcher Price Knott and opernjitt lies announced himself as cnn didate for Railroad Commissioner of this District Mr McLin is- too well known throughout this clion to need an introduction lie is not only deserving of the ofl obut competent to fill it Heros predicting that Mr Mc K Lin will bo the next Railroad J Commissioner from Uw Third Dis trict TJddter1 r S A clipping from the Dally Okl f honiari published at Guthrio 0 r laboma says C T Byrd e- i of tho committee cl 1 d by President Murrl ident of Broken xt da prQmi nent inlbrth= ern Indian Arfry Mr Byrd was tmie Democratic city committee at Tfllwi for two years and did much to perfecttliji splendid organization of the De I mocracy of that city Mr Byrd f a is ft native Kentuckian and is cmi k nently titled by experience in the +1 active affairs of time now State to act as ono of thi secretaries of the different iconyaHti6n committees t Dont failio como and see what San = brought you Ho is at ll toro I I It G ir t t I 0 Wolfe CotintvforIofiil OjtWon Jifk1inIn vrctdrWf rtli antiwiloHifif outbyIP kiAtolio at Santa Claus ste rte Plwnorej- etivelcryTtwi i fat 1 ingq WSeiwos Tho following nmrriRKo licenses have been issued during tho past week Ned Cole und Betty Shackel lovd1I0Ilnrholland Lizzie TCeuriv of C5n o Jas liobinsonboth4 Oetyourruit wikis froni Xlar enoo Iladdcn A taro Opportunity 4 RI doni that the pcopl V S- Jac r gilt leOPJlor of heAr ns Ilor n ng who will- give an s lit the Baptist church on next Wednesday even ing Mr Fanning is n speaker of national reputation and ho speaks up to his reputation You cant afford to miss this lecture No admission will be charged- Dangerously III W II Combs one of out oldest and best known citizens was taken ill several days ago and it is hardly expected that ho will recover Mr Combs has led a very active life and this is his first sickness in years Ho is suffering from 1i complication of diseases resultant 11ishulghtersMrsJ Mrs T S Hubert of Barbour vine and Mrs J S Kcdwine of Lexington and their husbands are nt his bedside Everything fresh Oysters Cel cry Cranberries and Candies at CLAHBNOB HADUKNS At tho Churches Services nt the Baptist church nt 11 a m and 7 p m Morning subject The Solid Foundation Evening subject The Seven Great CUlisesortho Bible Everyone invited to attend the services Services Sunday morning nt the Christian church Mr will preach onuThe Great Commis sion Union services there at 7 pm Mr Green will speak At A p m Mr Dodgo speaks at the Cane Creek school house Citron Seedless Uaiscns Cur rents nnd everything needed for your black cake can bo found nt Clarence Iin don s hixnnrrnnnnuncerlthatradios bytorinn church will open their bazaar on the first floor of the Business Mens Club building Thursday evening December 20 at C oclock p m The bazaar will bo open until late Friday evening and tho people of Jack son and surrounding country will have an opportunity of purchas ing Christmas presents toys nnd edibles nt n remarkably low price There will be n fishing pond on quarterslunchwill be served and many atlrac tito features that will please nnd satisfy tho Christmas spirit You cant afford to miss it Fresh Cakes and Candies at Haddixs I ADVISUTISKD LETTERS List of letters remaining un claimed in tho Jackson postoflico for the week ending Dec 12 190G and sent to time Dead Letter Oflico Washington D C for the week ending December 28 BoydSGJohn Godsoy + IISlInt Helms JJnckson Light Power Co L Itobecca Lance PII 0 Perkins ItT S Uichic SBoon Salvers T Maggie Ticry VG A Vnndarcder- W Allen Wadkina Persons calling for the above mail will please say advertised D D HUJIST P M Go to Haddixs for anything you want to goin your fruitcakes lIarfts R allahau Cases When thi as callod in UfeFayeito circuit co at l5n Monday Common s Attorney Allen suggested bat tho cases against the Hnrgises ti dtEd Call lian charged with the murder of James Cockrill bo bpntinucd indefinitely as no de n yet been made by tho Court of Appeals on the appeal taken by tho Commonwealth in those cases after mho last trial of over a year ThoCommbhweajthu Attorney was no cnatlonlfilmcti time deciaidn would bo given by the higher court and Judgo J trker continued the cafes until tK nexttorut o- fcourtagreoront j I tho case against William Brittonj to be tried for the murdar of James Cockrill was continued until JanuaryIPlace your order for Fruits Candies n 4 tC1 AR IADD ti t Y to Wiild Ba rued On Wofriesdy afternoon Pearl rokl tlat of neiltthborIho mmis a amid herr mother was fln t ifiHMi4 her but was unable sit1ler the flames until the etelilTrits seriously burned jj3 V Lownoys Candies put up mall styles at Clarence Maddens Sjf 3SpculalGov BcckKaut has apj ornfcd Wm Cnrnes an attorney of Wil linlll town an special judgo of tho Breathitt circuit court to trtJfe cases of the CommonWA lj rte James and Elbcrt Harkta Britton John Sn tea Abner Judge C nlucopf TlieiJ 0111 t110 r nedaftehrslamu tions for bail rah Judge Cnrnce will be in Sftaksbn in a few days and call cases and set them down for trial I Get your Xmas turkey front Clarence Madden Judge Hccknors Suspension The result of tho disbarment proceedings against Judge Wm M Bccknerj Of Winchester in which ho was suspended from practice of law for two years wa received with no little surprise and disappointment by his many friends in Jackson The proceed ings was founded upon Limo nflitlavit of Judge Beckner in which lie said that a certain judgment procured in tho Clark circuit court was unfair and was influenced by political considerations While wo do not ulllo to say that Judge Harris who presided in the trial of Judgo Beckncr has been influenced by any Unfair rtjo tivcs or prejudice in rendering such judgment yet wo are slow to believe Judgo IJcckner guilty of any intentional improper conduct in this either as a member of the bur or as a private citizen Judge Bcckncr is well known as a law yer of ability and a man of high and unsulliedcharActer He is one of the foremost layers of Kentucky Ho has exercised a great influence upon tho people of Central and Eastern Kentucky on account of his high character his independent social and political views and his ability as a lawyer and speaker Becknee stands today acquitted before thr bar of public opinion before the people who know his record even though there is a temporary sus pension against him We are still proud to recognize him as a schol ar a lawyer nnd a Christian gen LlnlJlIu +w 1 Fresh Nuts Raisins Dates nnd Figs nt Iladdixs is difficult to select THE because Everetts are uniform in qualltya condition peculiar to EVERETT PIANOS This condition grows out of the 1 fact that tho Genius who created THE EVERE IT BES- TEverett TTandaliveI intends tho construction of each Everett piano That which ho had tho genius to create ho has the ability to con struct of uniform quality EveroUs are manufactured by The Everett Piano Co Boston Mass Owned by The John Church Co F B ENDICOTT Factory Representative i JACKSON KENTUCKY l 5J1EIIFF si By virtue of execution No 720 in favor of J M Robinson Norton Cos P B McIntosh and Thomts Gross which issued from the clerks oflico oftheBreathilt I Circuit Court mv hands r collectlop or5conoS nmy ties isi 171 V J between fhLbti begek timeCourtvexposeest bidder the following property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of tho plaintiffs debt interest and costs nnd Sheriffs commissions towit V Ono town lot lying and being in Breathitt county J on High = l i avenue Jackson Ky bo ginjurtg at the corner of Ewcland 1d Ihighland avenue thence with tiv lino of said Highland vlOu I6feet to Ilarlan RIcos corner thence with said Ilicos line to C J Littles line thence it1paid Littles lino to Eneland treetthonoowith said line to the it r M t J lit 0 beginning Said lot is to be solds jt9 cosofoa said execution tIr iiis cost A 32 3r in 1 vm I rtising fIrns tJejol 1 credIt of three iiioiif n u1P oved liecuri y r- ingJnkrest J iiB1 tluo rl a f knit oursale replevinbondsnIybip 7tJJi IhtirfOtli dRY of Dcccm bar V r- B rust CxtvViD S H3Hv r T S V MASTER l it fFSS onors Sa tt CourtPollySoNotic of Sale Elizabeth Turner Defendant By virtue of n judgment and or der of sale of the Cir inttabor term 1000 for the sum of 7fiHOO with interest ronutime 24th paids pended I shall proceed to offer for sale at tho front door of the Jackt t Monday Dec 24 1906 between the hours of12 oclock m and 2 oclock 1 nn the follow described real property lying and being in Brcatlutt county r Ky On Limo Middle Fork of Ken tuck river beginning at a buckeye tree standing just below the road near the house where said parties live thenco running down said Riddle Fork river with its meanders to Granvillo Turners line thenco witha conditional line to tho upper endof the apple orchard at Elsomo across said creek thence with Daniel Grif liths lino to Edward Turners lino to a cross fence thence with said cross fence to the lower side of the field thence down the river with its meanders to the begin ningSaid property willhje sold at public auction to the hlt etbid- der on a credit of six ml tw No months and tho purilrtMifilw required to give outJfQfIi t chase money curity bearing jnttfek Sr of sale and r effect ofa replorin k lcinwUlho r fiUSola fotlmu t mcnt of th- tercflt purchase cefRndIiR rs muffc ba pfepSfe tocomply with x j Debt 758 00 inticistf7 58 cost o m suit ttissionc ers cost 1950 10 Total 837 48 1240iJ Wr CltUW1 C C MASTER Commissioners Sato f Breathitt Circuit Court S S Taulbce Plaintiff vs Notice of Sale I Ira Allen Mary Allen Defts By virtue of a judgement and order of wile of the Breathitt Cir cuit Court made and entered in tho above stylcd cause at its October term 1906 for time sum of 7250 with interest from the 21st dn of August 1905 until paid and 1950 costs therein expended I shall proceed to offer for sale at the front door of tho court house in Jackson Ky on Monday December 24 06 between the hours o12 oclock m and 2 oclock p m the following described real lying being in Breathittcounty Ky on Canoe fork of Troublesome Creek Beginning on a small chestnut standing oft time lower side of tho rond nt Logan Size morns lino thenco running with his line to tho top of the ridge to a high knobto Tn Crates line thenco downtho fridge n straight lice to n foVkcd locust tree marked thenc down time ridgo with Taylor Crates line to a haw bush marked thence down the ridge as it meanders to n high knob at a corner of Taylor Crates at theheldof lower lever Dam thence around the head of lower BeaVcr1 dam to n clicsttiut oak tree marked thence a straight lino to the beg nninsr Jdlatibidder on ncredit oft six months and time purchaser bo furchasecurity bearing lateresJufronjfBiito of sale IJ vlI1g o Ialienon time property SOld iolulI payment of time lurol arid interest Bidders must bQ d to comply prom la Ii these j Amount of interest 580 cost of suit llO Commissioners cost cost of printing 10 OOTottI 115 3Q- ef VC4RD val N o 1C 9 1i1I t = J 1 VfVt I j II Chnstmas Presejits i1 1f CUFF PiNS I SULLt fAoLu 15011 500 OOLPFLL i t15 to 1ii0 ifllI ASSORTED STYLES 1000 and up GOLD TlLlJiD 200 and up ir SOLICITED of in P P J a an is SDr HendersonAy- res jf 1 Worth Givin Jil fl SECRET ORDER CHARMS SOLIpQQLD IMLORIERS SLEEVE imS Fine 1050 IbGOTJD FILLED 50rf LADIES SOLID GOLD DIAMONDS r 8127TJ Jiii i HEINTZ I IOPPOSITESPHOENIXr l MANTELS 7- We 1 t cnrly a complete line OfV9 Mantels Grates Etc i IWOur mantels are of beautiful design and are vc a y t ByllntlymnlntUInd V if A i1 jr We have many patterns from which to select J from the daintiest base to the heaviest cabinettCatalogues mailed upon request 9 7tJ c t COMBS LUMBER 00YNo 231 EAST STREET PHONES No 139 No 919 HIGH STREET PHONES No 25 LEXINGTON KENTUCKYJ t HEADACHES and EYESTRAINS Many who have for years suffered intensely from chronic sick headaches using drugs all kinds without any benefit Jiavo found immediate and per manent relief Ro ERIY P SSES Because eyestrain a c i iso 11 o fist tit cause lasting SRTISFR TlqcGURFWflTEED r FLEENORy JEWELER AND OPTICIAN jfACKS KENTUCKY WHStreet Opp Pan Offlae LEXINGTON KY DEALER IN Grains Seeds Feeds WhestB Oati and Cora Glover Timothy Millet Blue Grass Orchard Grass Hungariaap Hay Straw M lll J t d J t w BU SOLID GOLD Larger amends 100 t t f PINS SET WITH tD ocf r- D iJ t i JEWELER i s Tile r i M S MAIN BOTH J WEST BOTH f f e t of ii FsThats l Coming to Youi I 4i 4 m THERE IS NO FAKERY s ogIn our method of business for every dollar 4 S you pay us yon get one hundred cents value it t 1- t return O t = Wo Believe in Square Treatment i t Your moneys worth all the time Wo might ttuse up a page of space talking about our goods ls then you wouldnt know how good they are I iSir r f way 1 + iii tiCrawforco I t 1At I i JACKSON KENTUCKr it 1 lQ ASIt TJFEas AW Wlio haffgVored ns with job printing if he Was with time r azT EE J K US A For semplea and prices You will find our prices the LOWEST and our stationery the We firstclash printers aha if you want printing that willeom TWm Q fortrc aDrsh- J i Vw t p + Jdtat = T 11hA i u i fi 1 TI t Captain t j It the Rapfce t IIiKi r5il I IJ Cwrttfci t9f4br 3raea Co ruhleriJS Fitth Avenue New York IIf 11 Ji iJLu J ClIIS 0- late and th y ay always upwind the create of the high of the Blue H14erange The roads be trawsetf were HIt mere thaa trails t In kcV nrfceat te have tea by y Vouti that might tWJM Into th ougbfares Owing a Bwwy hours his rldlag ho aawaoelp of bus habltaUetV anywhere and no prospect 4 of Jadl gfoodfor himself or bis horse S though betb were famishing It Ako t Midnight bowever be came upon ji Mt of wild pasture land on a steep woantaln side whore his horse at least might crop the early grass of 140 spring There bo halted removed his saddle and bridle and turned the animal loose saying- S Toor beast You will not stray away Theres half an acre ot tarI V here with bare rocks all around It Vour appeUte will be leash enough to c p you from wandering Then the young man no longer a q If iwptala BOW but a destitute starving vanderer otf the face of the earth S threw himself won a carpet of pine needles laaUttle clump of timber Idea pillow of his saddle drew the 4 saddle blanket over his shoulders to keep out the night chill loosened bis belt and straightway fell asleep Uefere doing so however faint with hunger as be was and weary to Urn verge of collapseho had a little cere moor to perform and be performed It lit answer to o sentimental fancy With the point of his sword be found au earth bank free of rock and dug a Jrcnch there In It ho placed lila sword in Its scabbard and with Its belt and sword knot attached Then drawing tho earth over it and stamping down bo said That ends the soldier chapter of my life I must turn to theVork of peace now I have no fireplace over which to bang the trusty blade It Is better to bury It here In the mountains In the midst of desolation and forever to for get all that It BUggcsts When be waked In the morning a poaklng persistent pltlloas rain was falling The young mans clothing was so completely saturated that as bo stood erect the water streamed from bis elbows and be felt It trickling J down his bodyand his legs This Is a pretty good substitute for 4a both lie thought as ho removed lila nervoushandslaundresses do with linen lIe had no means of kindling a fire I 4jMithorewasraa time for that at any I fr i y eanba4bentothe pangs riot of mere hunger but tIfactual starvation tho pains that mean collapse and speedy death He know that he must find food for him self and that quickly Otherwise he Smust die there helpless and alone o i tlio desolate mountain side Ho might Indeed kill his horse a d- UN for a few days upon Its flesh until It eiiould spoil But such relief would bo only a postponing of the end and without the horse be doubted that be could travel far toward that western land which be bad half unwittingly rfliedupon as his goriL- Hei WM well up hi the mountains lflnow and Drtbe crest of the great rauges TIe valley lay beyond and he well knew that ho would find no food fiuppllc la that region when he should cose to cross It Sheridan bad done a I perfect work of war there BO deTail tating one of the most frultrulreglons on all Gods earth that in picturesque I words bo bad said The crow that files j over the valley of Virginia must car r 17 his rations with himIlu the high were I uot much better There had been no I battling up there In the land of the sky but the scars and the desolationI of war were manifest oven tain sides and mountain topsIFor tour years the I In the rude log cabins of that frost bit ten and sterile region had been sermI rasvolunteers In the army I a 4 for a cause which was none of theirs I anti which they did not at nfl under J stand IItrrte understand They 4 Bought Upon instinct alone It had al ways been the custom of the mountain dwellers to shoulder their guns and go Into the thick of every fray which secuieU to them la any way to threaten their native land They went blindly they fought desperately and they en dured manfully Ignorant Illiterate abjectly poor Inured to hardship through generations they asked no questions the answers to which they could noUunierstand It was enough t for them to know that their native laud rW88 Invaded by an armed foe When tf ever that occurred they were ready to theireaway or to destroy him wlihwt asking even who he was During the abM ee of foar ye S their homes ha4 r Jtaii late teai desolatloa Tbowi bwiwawere loo t Ins illJakiaadtbedOIIt ring l eartUea tJ uey or- r sticks thickly plastered wJButbumble as they were th ltemes jandthey held children whdm these si v c The little WouBU steada had been spared dbt rBat In war It M not thpfeaey4aleae who lays waste tich little crI4sHd granaries and saiekebowM wjtKese poor moun tain dwellers owned Lied been despoil- ed of their stores tdrfeed t1e armies InI theleltL TUetriboys even those as u feurthad been drawn 4 aheep1theIf bees taksmPaway from them Their I t v atyexJ bMo eoarerted Into e r army bMt those of them who f- oIfiM or a mute bid been I B fcrendar the aalaal forS 1 rivia la return only I L so r I lb t y i Yl J GEORGE CAttY t EGGLESTOM 1I 4L I t L 5 JJ r Xevcrdicrcss GutifSrd Duncan per fectly understood that he must look to the Impoverished people of the high mountains for a food supply In this his sore extremity Therefore Instead of crossing the range by way of any of the main traveled passes he pushed Mil grass refreshed steed straight up Jiteunt Pleasant to Its topmost heights re about noon he came ogee Oibln whose owner hadjr he the war only elf earlier t i l There was Ir on and gecy about zce but knowIng the ways of the mountaineers the young nan did not despair of securing some food there for even when the mountaineer Is most prosperous his fences are apt to be down his roof out of repair and all his surroundings to wear the look of abandonment and despairDuncan began by asking for dinner for himself anti horse and the re sponse was what be expected In that land of poverty stricken but always generous hospitality Alht got much to offer you cairn sold the oWierlmt slch as It Is your welcome Meanwhile he had given the horse a dozen ears of corn saying Ileckon twont hurt him Ho dont looks If hed been nfecdiu any too hearty an I reckon n dozen cars wont founder him For fllnuor there were a scanty piece of bacon boiled with wild mustard plants for greens and some pones of corn broad To Guilford Duncan In his starving condition this seemed a veritable feast The eating of It so far refreshed him that be cheerfully answered all the questions put to Win by his shirt sleeved host It is a tradition In Virginia that nobody can ask so many questions as a Yankee and yet there was never n people so Insistently given to asking questions of a purely and Impertinent ly personal character as were the Vir ginians ot anything less than tho high er and gentler class Tbcyiquestlon eel a guest not so much beca we of any Idle curiosity concerning hIsTnirs as Because of a friendly desire to mani feet Interest In him and In what might concern him What mout your name be capn the host began as they sat at dinner My name Is Guilford Duncan re plied the young man But I am not- a captain now Im only a very poor young mangreatly poorer than you Are for at least you own a homo and a DUncan began by aiMng for dinner for Mmiclf and horse little piece of the mountain top while Iown no Inch of Gods earth or any thing else except my horse my four pistols my saddle and bridle and the clothes 1 wear Whats your plan goln to settle In the mountings They say therein be big money In stlllln whisky an not apaylu of the high tax on It Its a resky business or will bo when the Yanks get tbclrselvcs settled down Into possession like but I kin see youre game fer resks an ef you want t workln pardner Im your man Theres a water power Just a little way down the mounting in a valley that one rood man with a rifle kin defend Thank you for your otter answer rd Duncan But Im no thinking of icttling In the mountains Im going to the west If I can get there Now to do that I must cross the valley and I must hue some provisions Can you jell me a side of bacon a little bag of meal and a little saltV What kin you pay with mister Well I have no money of course axccpt worthless Confederate paper but I have two pairs of Colts navy ilx revolvers and Id be glad to give ron one of them for my dinner my horses foedllfjl the provisions I lave mentl Now toataber jatetir9t- alneer a rising and stral htoself to his full belg itCet t four when you come io my door reti was mighty hungry You axed far l dinner nna hoes d an Ive done give em to you free gratis an fer aotbtn No man on the face 0 Gods rearth kn say all how he ever come to 31 Watkins house In need of a dinner in a hoes feed thout aglttln both An no man kin say as how 81 Watkins vcr took a cent opa5fer entertain in of angels unawares be the preach rs says flut when It comes to fur alshln you with a side o bacon an wme nrtal an salt thats more direr I inter Thats business ThreI1ijy Utjle lan mighty few aided i on in these here parbuiC wtfeVIbacon an a little meal from tbefellers Vbat come up beret collect the tax tat kind Ef iou cbaeWVte tab ofie V them sides o baccH si a little iaIV in salt an give me one o yowrjl IHJ quite agreeable Tbe gbt some lnbandylwb aMigtt a JJttJeBtlll tgoln downLertbttlitJ QJJ i J A t Happy r Home To have a happy home you should have children They arc great happyhome makerS Ifa weaktwoman you can be made stro renough to bear healthy chil dren with little pk Sarclk comfort to yourself by Wcig WINE OF canui4 omen 1t vpMrEdaclaflasnis I hlllucouhea whites MfWMib ovarian trouble dlriertd menses back ache headache etc andKafce childbirth nstural and easy Try it At all dealerS In meOldnes In ttOO bottles DUE TO CARDUI is my baby girl now two weeks old writes Mrs J Priest of Webster City Iowa Ehe is a fine healthy toabe and we are both doing nicely I am still taking Qardul and would not be without It In the house ifLflS Ill do betfer tliaH ILuaTrT answered Duncan llU give you a pair of the lstol8 as I said Ibid aulGo a loathe slow mister in dont forglt uotuln You promised to glumio the par o pistols tel the jacou an meal an salt an fer yer din leI an boss feed Ive done tolo you i la how 81 Watkins dont never take no LI y for a dinner an hoes toed BO you raut offer 010 the par o pistols thout jfferln to pay tar yercntertalunicnt o linn an beast an I wont have that I ell youVery well said Duncan I didnt neon that Ill give you one of the jlstols In payment for the supply of jrovlslons That will end the business part of the matter Now Im going to 10 something else with the other pistol tbo mate of that one With that he opened his pocketknife Iud scratched on the silver mounting f the pistol butt the legend To 81 Watkins In memory of u visit From lullfonl Duncan Cnlro 111 Thou handing the inscribed weapon a hIs host be saldr I bwvo n right to make you n little ircsent purely In the way ot frlcud hip and not as pay for anything at til I want to give you this pistol and I want you to keep It I dont kuoy4 where I am going to llvo and work te the west and I dont know why I wriK Cairo Iii as my address It simply came to ine to do It Perhaps Its a iMailompn UlIhowLaIJalIJlQ Cairo and If I leave there t U armaug5 to have my letters forwarded to tM wherever I may be so If youre In trow bio at any time you can write to ttwTkji Cairo I am as poor n8 you are noseb yes poorerbut I dont mean to stay poor If youre In trouble at any time Ill do my best to seo you through Just as you have seen me through tbls time fo BE coTIntTzD I TILE 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 22ly Modern Instance Partheuopo dear whispered the hostess wont you please sing some thlngy What for auntie asked the young womanWhy these people are getting Impa tient for their dinner and It wont be ready for nearly nn hour yet So Miss Parthcnope like ber ancient prototype proceeded to sing the guestr appetites away Chicago Tribune Death from IjockJmV lever follows aq nJiiry dressed xvlHi RucUlend Arnica Salve Its nntieplh ind healing properties prevent blood misoning Chas Oavvald Merchant f Rens eaersvllle N Y writes It ured Seth Butch of thIs place of the ugliest sore on his neck I ever saw Jures Outs Wounds Burns and Sores 253 at Jackton Drug Co drug store A Lucky Day Did your husband have any lucjcal tho races asked the neighbor who comes lookln Itsy Wondertu swered young Mrs Torkl 1 t t- utwetity Is rustjpocltt Washington u 11 Man with lea crutch rest agrllhRet well A man worked stomach cant usa a ariutelu bn the stomache must hate rest Ju EtIie tame It can be retted too lliopt starvation Kodol will do JK dol performs the digestive iw grk of the tired stomach and corrects the dices live apparatus Kodolully confornic to the provisions of tlieatIonsI lure Food and Drug Laws 1te mmended and sold by Jnukion Drug Go I rtA Bier Bn totand the quarter weights of rIthe clock In the English house of jterlIsaeat have to be wound twice ktkeeperatlonklnabout five E ich case The weight for rteiis Just one and a half tons JCMip adtiilHM thirteen and d half feet fllag Ylbrat once In two seconds and weighs BearlyJOO pounds I PnbllQ S ruIterrJt1Public siakrs Ki4frU liUy Inter ruptedJ4o1iIo codtshlBg Till would not 1tuiusn If F1eys Honey anti Tar ft and colds a4preveuitslmeumonia and onusuniIIw OJiie genuine contaIn no oi airs anM jilra yellow pitekige JsakiK n Drug Co 1 3tJl II t Oltl- liilrorhIn Ceylon aitfi coutnrls nth malnlaHn CAkere i s a race- Sf f rttmtaHtlTe Ot1sjkkk never grow te Hor8 jthUI J id a httlf fest in litelit Neverthe yb jr Mre strong itt Dd erLtoO nttifbJIeJh r tth8iaoltt eit eIsLivtothe same time allay llthfll1mmllt flil of the mucous meinbranes Contains llpney and Tar Drives out the cold andvBiops the cough Absolutely free rren any opiates Conforms to thy Mlonal Pure Food and Drug Lnv- 6Phfanto take Sold by Jackson prug Co I4 i= fSleep- The use of certain nets of muscles docs not hindersICMjp Couriers on ion Journeys often have been known to sleep Iii the saddle The soldiers of Sir JohftbMoore during his retreat to CbrllnaMfl1tst dlly wWI thpv marched It is said that On Prankl slept for nearly an bour while awlm ming on lila back It is noticeable cold leldum comes m when the 1011lire frvuly open Neither out it stay It they are opun Kennedy Ltxatlve Cough Sjrui tastes as ileniant as nuplo sugar Fvee from all oj lat f Contain unit ey and Tar Oonfornu to the Nations Put Food and Drug Law Sold bj Jackson Drug Co Tile Sickroom A scent which wakes n sickroom pleasant Is procure by placing a piece of camphor on a saucer and laying on It a redhot poker The fumes from the camphor quickly go off and cause all closeness to disappear An Alarming Situation freqiehtly retults from neglect ol clogged bowels and torpid liver untl constipation becomes chronic Thli condition it unknown lo thons who ue Fr King New Life Pills tlf best and gentlest regulators o Stomach nndJJowtln OunnuiUOil bj Jackson Drug Co drucgl ts Price 25 ConJj lkfnir Always use porcelnlu llnedor nickel steel agate ware kettles for candy As best us mats SNjjtnost Indispensable when Wr or candles that niustjnetb stlriWi If you want can dyt asgar sMr 154ille cooking Do Mtitr canil you wish to pull rmske y brittle Chicego St U prepared u1S50r5 tat inarbledteat- Nb 44- cunf ehigga prttyli4on of iii- t iPMIttanil Drug ia 1 I ll a very larg itch rers from indi d W1 troubles multi ktTw 1ed vIriu 3KodiiI Itwould b Impossible furt tnanu1actures I keep up with jWiMemand Kodol I sold here by Jalhn Drug GJ Flmt Indaalrlal Congreaa In 1845 the first Industrial congress of the United States convened In New York Danger In Asking Advice When you have a cough or cold d not ask some one what Is gc od for It as there Isdnngerln taking tome un known preperatiun Foleys lionel and Tarcurea coughs colds and pre vents pneumonia The genuine is In yellow package llefuse substitutes Jackson Drug 011Y The Carp People marvel at the mechanism of the human hotly with 218 bones and GO arteries lInt man Is plriplo In this re SItect compared with Ufu carp That reo markable tlsh moves no fewer than 4380 bones and muscles every time It breathes It has 4320 v6lus to say nothing of Its 00 muscles Notion to Our Customers- We are pleased to announce that Fnlays Honey arid Tar for coughs colds and lung troubles Is nut alf oltl by the National Pure food and Druj law as it contains no oplaes or olbri liarmful drugs anJ we recommend I- tIIIa safe remedy fur children and idulta Jaaksoi Drug 00 Jnmnlca FlrcltleM Fireflies ot Jamaica emit so brilliant a light that a dozen of them Inclosed within an inverted tumbler will en pbie a person to rend and write at night without the least difficulty These tiles are In size as large as a fpmmon hive bee and perfectly harm I Millions ot botllesof Foleyi lJis3 and Tar have been sold without ani person ever bavin espsrienned fanj other titan beneficial reftlilts fromiW u 8 iurftliliA coiiBlis and lung troublTV This Is ecnuse hue enulrie aleys lIone in lijlyeUow1 paefcaKj YfliTar t6r 4mer drugs lullelltJAufUI i anybuttiie geriyiad JaaktflNDrjJi 00 to c 4 J t 7 ait Woraea A NeapoB fetyale peasant will wetarand not spill a dnlp of It J Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup the new Lax lIve tlmulatcfbjt des not Ir ritate It U tW besVLaxatlve Guaranteed or 1ir mon baek Jaeksc- nmu9CoJ J I f ti fIo J I I II ii S F SWANQOU pJIY5IcI Jf1D- U S Ii 2i OPPICB HOURS8 f 1ITO4f kiU HAKOIS BUILDING I TACKSON- U KENTUCKY s r- n1m S2525252S2Sru = C = 1C = Io A iI PATTON ATTORNEY AT LAW v OKfWljijyaRAKTORl liUKJ KY 1t cr SrmiOouUn rvIFwurrINa Tht Taking ol Depositions a AptcUlty- CMARanaI RBASONADLB JACKSON KENTUCKY i EaoIIThe widow had Just selected a monu meat for the late lamented What was his ago1 queried this stonecutter preparing to make a noto of It 116 was Just lIevemtrnlne answer ed the widow And I suppose you will want an op proprlnte epttnphr lie wild Yes she replied You might add Tho good die young Woman Tome Companion Following the Flat When nurioldier went to Cubs and he lilllrptneihinlth was the nuiit tnportfint consideration Willis T Morgan rettredlCiimmtaiary Servant U 8 Aof Rural Itoute i Concord 4 II JftrH luvits two years In 2uba anti two years In the Ihillpplnes stud being subject to oold I took lOr Kings New Discovery for Oonsump lon which kept me in perfect health nd now In New Hampshire Itt timid it he bet medicine In the world for uughi colds bronchial troubles and 11 lung diseases Guaranteed at lackson Drug Go Druggists Price VJjandflOO Trial bottle flee The MUtlvloe The mistletoe Is a true parasite for mcrly never growing save on the branches of oaks In taoist situations Of Into years It Is extensively raked In greenhouses the crushed seeds bring placed upon slabs or bark In situations ns nearly as possible approximating original habitat forchaupedand cracked hand Jioth applicationchuklt otliefore going to bed use an old isir of gluvei end tee what a di Terence he morning will bring Sold by Jmk on Drug OUt Crnlin CrAbs frequently fasten seaweed on their backs to hide themselves and the growths selected are always In perfect harmony with the surroundings Deadly Serpent Bites ire is common In India snare it maoli ind liver disorders with us Fur the alter however there ii A sure remedy i Slectric Bitters the greet restorative nediclne nf which S A Brown of lien nouaville 8 0 say They restored ny wire to perfect htalth after years if guttering with dyspepsia endit ihronlcally torpid liver Electric Bitters cure chills and fever malarial liltousness lime back kidney trouble md bladderdlgorders Sold on guar tel by Jdckiotv Drug Co drug tits Price 60c t5 = Hrn llln Anti Brnrlllnn ants make little gardens In tbo treetops and sow them with vine Jarc1ensIorea single sprout and others a densely grown ball n8IArge as n mans head Passcd Examination Successfully Jdtnes Djnalwp New liritnin Conn wrItes I tried several kidney rcmJ dies and was treated by our ihyslclans for dIsbeii bu did not j tnprove until I took Foleys Kidney j Cure After the srcorid bottle I bowed Improvement and five bottles I uied 1110 cinipletHly I hive since IataeIa rigid examination for life In I insurance FJleya Kidney Cure cures bickache and alt forms or idncy and bladder troufcle Jackson Drug Co t I t2he orcI1og ismrvlval frow nncfeft1 118 thtt- feftlsceot mtrSf trll tf taxatlcu itpI i use lu the S ridgj i to sIgn- ifytreatiurItl I English however It oceans w two expressions the I l raJIlkcto fIIIY scot and lot and the ordinaryphrase scot tree ull mistake to use a violent cathar uc to open the bowels A gentle move neat will accomplish the tame results flthout cftftIn distress or 8trlous- olllqltencps later DeWitis Ilttle Striy Risers are recommended Sold iy Jackson Drug Co c TIE NEW DEfT rNNEDY5 Urns tfc tk RAHLROADS TIME TABLBSliSS tRAILW- AYS itIK rfl7E- i 9rlYJ4RbY ijei it fti1 8- r Ix 7 W onAM tfi Lv Jackson 0 10 2 20 O K Junction G 15 Q 2G Klkfttawa C 202MAthoJ C 40 2 62- S TaHoim tr 49 3 00 St hobbs C 59 8 1 Beattyvi1lpJunct 7 OT 3 20 Torrent 7 30- Campion 8 11 Junct 7 48 8 57 Dundee 7 52 4 0 c leon 8 03 414 ton 815 4 Oil 8 SIuunet OO Wine Ar Lexington NO ii NO 4 EAST BOUND DRilyJ PM AM Lv Lexington 2 25 7 35 Winchester 3 10 8 13 L E Junct a 25 8 20 Clay City 4 00 0 02 Stanton 4 10 9 10 Filson 4 20 9 22 Dundee 4 37 9 84- Campion Junct 4 40 9 38 Torrent 4 57 9 60- Beattyvillo Junct 5 18 10 17 St Helens f 20 JO 25 Tullcjja B 37 10 35 Atliol C 45 10 43 Klkntmvit 0 00 11 1- 0OICltinc 0 10 11 15 Ar 201CONXEUrIONS L E 1 and 3 will make connections I with C 0 Jiy for Mfi Sterling CAMFrON UNCTION All trains connect with Mountain Cen triti Railway for Pino Ridge and Jump ton UEATTlVILLE UNcTION Trains Nos 2 3 and 4 connect with L A Ky for UcattyviUo O K JUNCmON Trains No KentuckyforCIIAS SCOTT G P A Biieismaio Sufferers I flo menr wniUrfu runt of RhemaaUini S5 rma trout UUIr WAS M9 matic MvChcrpjIItst I now or itiuc t Ia 1icllle youlflrdI but give tlili thlmol1rtlWo andfriendhave beu rellcrnl mid currt Now U the Umcr tot tw4tcto4ay PrieD SOc I f Yttr ornrttaWard1 KbcuiuiUo ftllII Llytr 11111 ii no ont enpiuy you tccrpi nn iuhttltute but Knd ui to ernU and we am firvanl jnn a bottla prepaid On the mrkc fur tbirt Ore yran TilE PRINCE MEDICINE COMPANY 122 Hampshire St Cambridge M- assFOLETMONEPxR Sores Coldi Prevents Paaaeats = Dillli4tUX rmTIVE LCI SOUTHERNJ teFromLouisville f vVtoi1iJlt 4si1Irc fast trainJj1unnIrgth- rough 80U front ilo t Louis withet thcon t nectilig iML ngton as foIJoW LtA rB46 a m jlef 0 h6J am Teave uisvihle900a in i rr 1IIln l rn OberCm4favo Lexington SiKTii nit t 1 ravo Ianyjlo 445 f1f IArrivePullman Sleeper and rcen r dining Chair Car onabove trains Most direct lino Chattanooga CluirleatonFlorida points including Asheville N 0 and the beautiful Land of the countryC 444 I Ilkstratedliterature For tickets Pullman rcacrva tions and full information call one or address t J F I4OWtfltT P A 111 E Main Street Lcxinutoh Ivy C H IIUNGKKFOIU Diet AvenueiouJsville J C HEAM JuAG P A bt Louis JIo 4 O K Railway I Effeotlte Mai 21nd 190S J Last hound Wit Rnsi i Ii oH ii i SIc4 STATIONS ici 12 ALV rNIV PM AtlMAI 710 105 Cannel City 1248 733 122 llehchwa 1330 SM 7M5 128 LfeClty I24 4r45 821 liB hampton 1202 45S8128M025 230 OAK Juno 1126 810 930 235 Jackson 1115 80AM AR PM AR AMtrrMtrNo and 22 will make close con nection at 0 A K Junction with No and for on the Lexington Joltern Uailway HL COXLEY Supt Mountain Centr t = f- 6t nQp IIII Campion C DO f DepartI00 in Campion Jun 4 40 m Make connection with nil L h passenger trains KILL THE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNC8 Win Dr New DiscoverY IFOR cNSUMPTION UQH5 and OLDS LK8 or MONEY BAOK From Isaac Shelby to C W Beckbam uor j This First TIm Th lr Pictures Have Enr- 811n Publlshd I c toe 1 3 J r p i 1 p p IPlceallTflflOAT k S J = KENTUCKYS GOVERNORS S The nnnin Ifllut for ierei2 years endeavored to secure Ictaruet ICentacky A 1Oonrnorlutl Utteeded acurtng theta through the ulalalCC ol the Kulucky State HUtorlcal In order to place these picture Itt a permanent form they have been agroup la an uptodts Attic howlatt K lwr with latest Ctuul1ktllrn of o preildenti of the United State kulrri lIod 111 of nil nations iteatutudp routes 4data hiatory of the RUItOJapan Wn atso mite tnapole Mates raneros Canal end vr1ten hem plate reports of Ibtc pUonal census and b tThisIf not now I tuhtcrlbtr aend jot for it full years sutascripuion by null or joo foraff month ubscrlpllon Ulltlcrlantl that these tate arc by wall only end that Ike tuah r dacr1ptloa price lay or agent La to cent pcr week toeach S The Evening Post It lint In everything and has the most State news said bet a Market reports Vcr alt the people and against the grafter Indepeadent alwaysSPer the tome off fJte ncitlnj Iaat uoumyiute KY Ylnlu POit with this er v i 7 WiStslnaplcdutabloenclosed and free from dust toad west whaevlar iI asteuiln tlau sails without ujre at hht 45 saiI Ii stcul i d smnoottu running Chilled econWic14s4s4s cti+at IATWE rift IF J points Society XC8U8N SYRUP ONEY ICHI e 5 IIIf laI IR 1 I L1 irIMMW B ctaw comb CUTH v rntttyifliij iiidi1hii 1IfO JI1 r ii4GI60W p UG t1 =y OIl of tJf JV A wo i t