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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, December 21, 1906. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1906 bre1906122101 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 21, 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. l 1 f r Y hi Best Advertising Medium I IN BFIEATHITT AND ADJOINING COUNTIES i ai J WisKHAoiNfl Editor and Publisher A IBNarePSIi yv To rillt or Eeara KIINTUOXY ONE PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Volume VI Jackson rrLo2 1906 Number n fi jIi s FALL AND WINTER GOODS NOW ON DISPLAY fH 11 rt SHOESIf r fi AWolmvo 1181 tho Hlloo- rJf tkots Cloaks and Ak8talso an ofant and superior stock ofctticoats for the women and wo invite every woman in Broatliitt and the adjoining counties to call and Every garment is right in mahe inside out correct in every detail of stylo Our display of garments etc for lid children is remarkably broad the rlllollt8 are vor tailmooredandany W f11 at- o rrv Vedhi6 have in a new Stock of Woui uv Trimmed lists FursMktetia Shqes nifd Underwear for both x Urn children Extra sizes in Underwear for the stout women and men For the Mon and Boys wo ltaro an Hue of Fall and V japer Suits and Overcoats that you will not find lH elsewhere in Jackson You will not make a mistake in looking us I andwwell selected lino and in position to give you lowest prices on them you want GOOD Shoes Shoys that wo stand I with our runrantoo como to see us Our Stock of Dry Goods tons Boys Furnishings Men and Womons Rubbers Notions cannot be excelled or sold at n lower trice bj any store in Jackson If you want to dro sand buy correctly coino and aeo us s FIRESTEIN 4A EUSTEft Tho Introducers of high Grads Olothiug in Jackson Vii a ak h I s s sas3c5 52 kJJYI Dill residcntf AML 11IAD Jr r- I r ill RA1 JQ iu 3 Jr S I1oPPEJ1li ny X w r JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK r c Jackson Kentucky rn Paid up Capital and Surplus 2735ooo A m i ro solicit the Banking Business and accounts frnJ Lumber Manufacturers Ct Timber Dealers k Business Men rn Merchants Farmers m i bM I Throughout Eastern Kentucky and offer our Customers the most LIBERAL ERMS n 11Within the limits of legitimato buaineas = = = f Jit Yup- 1VL rLLIKbJJr School oHBusiness T M E MILLIKAN Principal iOfTera unexcelled courses of iuatruction in SHORTHANDActual oxporionco in Ovory 4 IJWM MVV Traininga4 r TYPEWRITlNGa teacher Single and double ko Inyeludingwriting t if toperators J A BCOKKESRl GU to dato system applied to various forms of busino8s1JtuIr conunorcialconrao calculation Business Arithav v moths Correspondence Commercial Law Penmanship and Business Practice OUR PUPILS GET POSITIONS ASK FOR LISTS ELEVATOR snORT ST ENTRANCE SOUTHERN MUTUAL BUILDING zExz1TGZO1 xyAprly al I ri l + 4 i irlI = I r f BREAtFi1TtIjirlfYt NEWSr J r furnishings tt 1 SafltjetQM1-M i L j fjJo 1 UVdRy11 i If t oPI Et 15th v EXT T FtE 0 VELRY STORE t Santa Claus has conic Where is TAT JfEW t FUUNITUILI STOREnext to Fleenora Jewelry Store We have XtniwGII 4 1 y Iteye for the little onoso v Bike k Jrrt aarses Shooflya po Carts Doll Buggies Nice Ironb Rr los4 lliiliber Balls i HornsTea Sets Gold Trimmed Glassware Wi J i Setseof It 3ortedlCllina f 1 EVER WD COMA X NTH LLTTL1e ONES f eG EVERYBQtJ 1 LCOMF JD JONES lbAY STORE = rCOULD WE BUT I Could wo but know the ills and woes of life Dispensed oer earth the bounds of human strife The lacks of love the dregs of wanton pain Departing jojs that comfort not again Could wo but know Could wo but know of earth and nil in all Know Life know Death and an swer when they call Know heiJhthanti depth and breadtht of surgingcare Know sorrows and joys bewitching ulnreJCould wo but know Could wo but know tho future as the past Know heavens decree while time nnd earth shall last fc Know love a love still un betrayedSKnow fondoat hop aIlepel Milj undistpuidaIAIIWIU iuHtacUAW O fY f tN1111t1MsMSptAIfoi IMPtL Our psthwayatr8v n witH emmlp tof Worthless joyF Appeals to temporal tMj3p cites destroys Could we but know Ah yes we know tho Savior died for all On Calvarys tree to ransom from the fall Shared human griefs and earthly sorrows bore A light from earth to heavens eternal shore Ah yes we know Mrs C P Wiggins Lexington Ky says I gave my fowls Bourbon Poultry Cure when they were sick and it certainly worked wonders Sold and guaranteed by Day Bros Co To Improve Our Waterways A dispatch to the CourierJour nal December 15 says W Langley Congressman elect from the Tenth district has arrived in Lexington Ho has just returned from the Big Sandy section whore ho went to see what was needed in tho of im provements on tho Big Sandy river lie will go to Bcattyville to consult with prominent citizens on tho location of the next lock and dam on tho Kentucky river His investigations are being made with a view to presenting the wishes of Eastern Kentuck to tho River and Harbor Committee of Congress before which ho will be given a hearing at Washington next week Mr Langley is of tho opinion that lock No 14 on the Kentucky river will be located just below the mouth Sturgeon creek so that it will afford slack water navigation in that creek which will enable the product of the rich coal mines of that section to reach the market Congress 5O0O0topriatiorfof 500000 will also be eked for additional locks and dams on tho Tug and Lovisa branches of the Big Sandy Mr Langloy says that those appropria Riveruckymnd Harbor Bill nndhe is c fident that they will be grant K S Darnaby Cl nldnyUleV Ky says My hors were exposed to cholera after they ha bfc cured with Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy but it did not affect th m in any way Sold andjcoarimted by by Day Bros Co Stop with Hart Bros f at Reed Hotel when in Lexington f 4 arll 7 a GORRESPO LNGE3- CItOCICE LLE Miss Nellie Turn clod her school with a Cii nias tree About 150 people w in attend anee all went arc ell please with the entertainme Miss Nel lies teaching has gay entire sat faction to the patron f the di trict Before el the exec cises Miss Turner ressed the patrons pupils her usut- Itanily mariner as foi Before taking my r- wishtoexpress o lily lleep apprecla tii ninny kinduescsa7o yiurpn the six months te had tlf pleasure of Gel I rc Bret that I luiv iileiu ere of vis1Uri red than Bove or uWig t pa cnt Reyarthelr1tf gist fnlitlrUjortl li ions rf- Ftl iukall tits a morel t 1 1sincerely lipie 11W real n orefulrthe Q to C Jln ngO thcufrmakoR great andhi6ra t natfon4 it Jic JtUc ones a thorougliiesjrnMtionr The little UriJilitoyedbjbys and girls who have Upensi kiQdrtom9 and done so favors must now unwillinglygvebak to their parents + may beg brighter jewel and aJ8reatcrbless ing in your homes than they had been before I Mono Santa Claus will visit each one xaK that you may have a Merry Xmas and a most prosperous and happy Now Year The sunny smiles of tho little ones ever beaming with joy that so often greeted me with a glad Good morning must today grieve ma with a sad Goodbye Yet wo know earths dearest tics must be broken Times sweetest decay words of farewell must be spoken Evening will follow the day I cannot say farewell it would make 1110 too sad but each of you imag ino one of your hands clasped tightly in both of 111 no while I sweetly but sadly say Good bye A PATHON CLCMONS Mrs Jane Miller aged C7 years of Leatherwood died on the 8th inst of throat trouble She was the widow of George = liller who died winter She leaves sev oral children to mourn her loss Miss Louisa Burnett has been very sick the past week with stom ach trouble Days and Billy sell pa5cwl here entlr with a load of 4 D SturdirclItsJICV star at Ic made s 1 astwe Ricliiqaadwnlteuded Branch trlday MiHor visited3lrsEnuo Clew o ttly Mrs Cleinonsjias IbTseyeral months aid t1 ya there is no f cery1I tli hter has been i week BucMglill iferlastw ruff und itt K y s tJ t I Jacob ry of T i t iii r Mrs l firs of the I er the news triot ors closed I turday hisIiinor T G Lew presiding The now Commonwea ths Attor fey Ira Fields not belnjr able t- ri a 4 14t attend by reason of sickness his honor appointed Lon D Lewis of Ilyden attorney protem The courts instructions to the jury vero to tho point and plainly indi sated to the lawbreakers that they nest cease violating the or get nto trouble and that very soon The grand jury under G B Wil ton as foreman has completed n lard weeks work and reported about GO true bills not being trough with their Satur lay the court ordered them to convene again Wednesday to their business On finishI the case of the i c1I1raediUjhq jury jiave hTmlbfee year in the atyainsSimiirarot and son Harrison 8nndictment wasreturned against all of tlicih Charging them with thtf Wimil rdcr of John Gilber- tJrandUheir trial set fdrTuesday vru Lek The ca aagainst m charicq tvltkstlr- rnu r D i fY7 tu Ur ckr we trial again on lafTI1nIiIaYFtf jury oJrtbe ri e Ink andrkaunot reported Monday morrtrora O born was ably de Tended iy C B Little of Man chesjjer II C Eversolo nnd S1 Hogg of this place and John Dixon of II dn The prpsccu lidO consisted of the Common and county attorneys aWed by E E Hogg The Com monwealth made out a strong case against the defendant The case against Henry Crank charges with the murder of Charley Isaacs was called for trial Wednesday The following attorneys are in attendance C B nnd D Y Lit tie of Manchester J K Roberts of Beatlyville John Dixon L D Lewis of Hyden and F G Fields of Whitesburg The Judge notwithstanding his being an en stranger to most of our peo is giving entire sati faction Tie NEWS correspondent at Clemons writes of some curios in the shape of old coins I have in my possession two old newspapers one the Ulster Count Gazette published at Kingston N Y by Samuel Freck Son on January 4 1800 tho other tho Congressional Intelligencer published at at Washington D C on Wednesday July 8 1846 by Gales Seaton during the first session of the 29th Congress of U S The Ulster County Ga zetto is heavily striped around each column in mourning on ac GeorgeWashington M n i publcrttion Has anyone as old publication YALLEU BRITCHES 4 PURE BRED GOLDEN BRONZE TURKEYS 8500 PER PAIR SINGLE COMB BROWN LEGHO- RNPHIGKENS From PHae Winning f tock- ifieshf sforiiatchin in season I PTi tik f MM1GINS JACKSON KYw t fit S fy- tf- ift J i1 if t h J h itto 4 The Largest Circulation I I OF ANY PAPER IN THIS SECTION 4 DOLLAR and nnd and Cahcr KNOW knct twjlllts Jno way and and roses last Wayne Jtu law nnd business wealths and tire pie having trL mhe HeraldAft rT LJIi1rt cratic Daily r olf G VT 11 NTUGKY 6- X600 a 1 i TO JANUARY 1 loos 5001 i 4 rJiliis a special bargain offer that we are making te the daily f pricebeingIf you would li e to seeR copy of the Herald fore su scribing write its for freolafTfple copy itt jt Jofx tEYIMt56 J1 J1EEfiLbOt a2 4 1 LEfNGTON w illh Jf f c c 1 rIVIA Thbre arotp 1em Jjals erect ticoii J16 deeds of those who have on but whatever v tiff 1 of their form may be no person of j natural sentiments feels like dierK fi ir penaing with8suftable marker to designate the last reating place cf a Dont waste time looking around Jft Ij i como here first I mom r I f umeut you want f F M HELY oKSRNIt i tor 1j P oiI f l J t M I XE D iI I f if Jo l1 r 1 Jtt jIta ist recellaeda full line W Jf4 S Iioo b h acnn t P g a Tt JjEir w 1 F y yY 11 Will cover more space last 1 longer and look better than 1U any tether paint made Calltiy and see color cards and get I F prices W 1 Jackson Drug Co i r eEeeEe EEE 1 J- r1IA attttl Hii The Celebrated y MARIAN E3HOts The Dost on Earth EfiTc E SOO ESISE J For Sale By IAx DAY BROSOOJaakSoq 1egttt- ollyw ATIVICOUaH8YRUJKtPWEDYS wmwisoHOffltY AND 4w v paaaSd havethe Kodol For Ittid1XWttolt t IRdlevn soar ltGIaa ck piiPltettarottttsllNrhhiRerltswttslyausal 1v f y a 9l Copyright 1906 by I t F I Hart ScJwffner E1Mux JI w M r6gsF iF In all newest styles nny and oany way you want Every one trxmran teed 50 30 00 1 0 Every fad fancy in the All sizes ranging iin from 3 98 iF F LEATHER GOODS Shaving sets Toilet Sets Mani rfp cure Sets Traveling Bags etc In fact any article leather that you might want fronJl 98 i 00 tit 1 WHAT TQ BG FOR Ii COMEii ltenilSatisfaction Guaranteed yourmoney ac1IaII1RAILROAD SUITS OVERCOATS HANDKERCHIEFS orF tl1l now hose from the ty ctnetc 4 landsitk loc 1 if WTj arJIIIW irhF rIF The PER YEAR ADVANCE J WISE EDITOR j DEG 21 COUNTY Yuiro tin were married gE the residence of the brido fatRer days ao Rev II off liciating wAftir the wedding the party roc j1to the grooms homewhero onl vas Rev R5T Moores v- ithI his school the MI other day and Wok the collection by the State Super i t for the Worlds The local option ques tion being strongly Leo county now and will be until December 28 at which time hope that every young old will be found the polls regardless of the weather andcast their vote help the helpless This have long wished for and one that been many times prayed for It now for say shall son be taught drain the cup wrowl Shall our young men bo tempted longer with the of the wine cup that wafted from s the of places the streets of county sent where they must go for marriage licenses 4tons institutes etc 1 wo longer tolerate by our vote lence which both consent andI cowardice traffic in our 4f that will make with fear when our ones go to town lest they return homo in state drunkenness get killed t the The bugle call has pounded Let the roll- and let chase monster romI county and from State rii icH HH HH t tci H1HH HiH i HH f wl I i Y w Yt II f w w tilyr- tX P lYr 1 TO US imaleus you our of the fnmil Our rd ai with F ithe bII from 10 to 25 per cent less than ofIIeItd es and R or bael j f i P every up to of your farer I F JI tLJ7F 1 t the color rondo might w F From 7 to s F tF F and brightest nobbiest colorings fI price 12 00 t fA 1 4 in to 15 f1 agitated fumes loved answer I To suit all walks of life any weight and tiny style you might fancy Every one guaranteed From 50 30 00 The long comfortable garment that men like serves bath robo lounging robe Wo can show you countless styles ranging in price from 48 12 00 iTho largest Central Kentucky fancy borders silks both plain fancy colors From 5c iSiS 50 Telescope of six BSW Telescopes of six handkerchiefs large 75 Cigar boxes of six handkerchiefs 5cj Telephones of six handkerchiefs rJiII= p All 8J00d and y J1 tlq thc fancYwco U 50 sR nr ii c K1 r Irr News r81 1r LEE rt of LedrickI J r en at r intendent is in sv- t voterI at to is has left us to f doorways the out our or 4 j tremble of or on us the to county h 1 H H H H H H H H H H H H wi i H H H l I 111 f l s e i the and to few r 7 to as a or 2 Ry l in and 1 I ik t o T t 7 k J I r t in 7J t 1 tn n wo to 1 f I roo 1 p f I 10 State until driven from our nation which will be done the near God hearing our HOOK An Opportunity Wo do not know ofn better market than have right here home for turkeys geese ducks chickens and eggs The demand so well adapted the wants of fowels and yet thero are few and ship several thousand dol for spring Wean out your henhous are where high and dry well Discard all of your common roos ters andbuy pure bred ones of the kind you prefer also buy few year two you will bo tho own of fine flock of chickens of one breed It costs mora feed good chick ns than does mongrels and they profitable The and Rhode Reds are good alLpufprfso and the omb Brqwn regular egg machines that lays tsthdJiSn ttfjU You can pen of these breeds your own county fine they grow ouf Should bu them early they will get settled down laying early Another way start by buying few settings of eggs from pure bred owe now give your chickens more attention find you will be pleased with tho W Eubank of Clark county tho Burt Bragg lumber company passed through Jackson Monday x RAINCOATS t Tho coat that for double purpose i that of overcoat and raincoat countless colorings and nil Every one guaranteed Front 00 30 00 0 it x J j EveryMyour inspection French Fold straight c Four hnnds etc and hundreds of color combinations 25c 60c 75c 1 00 0 t B t UMBRELLAS and Ladies1 that you might want Severn hundred pick from From 1500 V Lr t r SUSPE f sill O t the teas sicae r if i r 13a i91Pe box Syf tIw riw ll 50c tq OQalul rt j rtI tP00 I R F o T ff LEXINOTON BIGGE T3 jST REf s- r WK w iBecause Jfaiufman Clothing aBecausej lI f y IiFi F riFFi i I r F Fr FFIrsFie Breathitt IN HAGINS FRIDAY PRIMROSEN andAlGaliar- r n 1IIeronymous lrl entertainment recommended tuuildiD o an opportunity we 1ii ray to o is on exominaI si is a us r a ways us 1 sd th H H H i- F Sl1PPY t members counters shelve piled high mber J purchase amount railroW SMOKING JACKETS LOUNGING ROBES to PlainHyWite handkerchiefs HOSIERY luns2 to it is in future is prayers UK i we at supplyThisto so enoughpoultryet marketsStartJ buildII it is A groundfacing a theirra or er a all no to aroltauch- more Wyrfndotte Island fowels single Leghorrofar6 hen I s a in as so to to is a Is Begin to result Z representing 1 Y Y stands a a a styles 10 to loA u NECKWEAR in Ascot in to to NbERIF u in tc if f Y J j a F Fl r1 i 0 Com eLexington Banking Trust Company Savings Department Pays 3 per on Time Deposits Safety Vault Boxes for Rent A GENERAL BANKING AND TRUST- y 1 1 BUSINESS Jt t as Administrator md 5wifW Se ves as Guardian and TrusteeBt sand IStocks and Bonds Accounts ofFEaitlBn and Central Kerr ckI1 an- f IIi INTERES PAID ON In t1lF STOCK- STOCKIIOLDER 1 Ie nm eatrr IQif1 Everything lens ti Umbrellas 69c SILK scnsQi Suspender 1 lj 1 11 l Best F F reception drinking assortment cent P- Acts Sa or r- R CAPITAL Ii Best LOANSMADE ONRE 4 E ITEAbA ERS oN1 SE uRiIES SECURITY PRO VIDED ON OFFICIALONDOU 0 CITIES + tE l PLE FOR THE EFFICIENT TRANSACTION OFALLJBUSINESJ LED BY COY Ells ATIVE TRUST COMPANIES 1 4t s- CORNER 0 iI 11ht SHORT AND MARKET STREETS LEXINGTON KY fIJ i r c lij 1Ii it h r 7 IDA BROS = =LIOOMPANYWholesale e a1 p have the most complete stock of 0 b r Jf l u rQ I i M1rc 1t i5t 41 Ever brought to Jackson Consisting W ofy t EF 4 Jl tiQI15 h I- We1rottttq V 11 Jot s F Mg ii IJ Sioe5 sWoline of shoes in East ern Kontuckrer mens shoes are of the latest style A Fo the Ladies k lhaVb ren Lotfi1i I of Shoes money could buy t INI j Department is under the man IThis of Miss Margaret Basket who Ican show you 1 i he latest Style tfcatsj direct from New York City Also I FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS In all the Latest Patterns and weaves Fresh MarketsIf or FURNITURE ce I We are the people you are looking fort we have it by car loads to suit every body n l4ItCome and see us our snnunIllnutuuulununnlunnllniinttuynnuta Ftp11BtI1sJJ UIJ1IlkJtWiJ lUnIINJIHItI tlllUllJIUJU I NIILn1NJ11JlIbINdJ1iIJY Jl DAY BROSeb- F COMPANY jackson Kentucky f w 9 The Breathitt News Published Every lrldny 1 CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAR J WISE HAG INS Emrou Holiday shoppers nro keeping our morchimts hustling Fresh oysters celery nml cranberries ut C Iladdcns There is no improvement in the condition of Uncle Wiley Combs 0 Hidden hag tho finest lino of candles over brought to Jackson Henry S Gullet of Bobbins was in Jackson Tuesday on busi ness AS Johnson is in Cynthiana this weeka witness in tho Jett trial Mis Francis Johnson of Moni ca is visiting her sister Mrs Win Eve rsole John Martin a merchant of Vest was in Jackson Monday and Tuesdayvy it Ir 0 K DiclHion has moved Tinto his now residence on Main r X street ISamuel E Patton has placed C a now delivery wagon nt his gciv oral store 1 =A now ovcninu newspaper will htxingtonwaboutb All kinds of Dollst Snntn Claus store next to Fleenors f jcwclory store Rev 111 Dodge and wife visited friends in Lexington the first of the week Miss Mablo Osbornc leaves today for Cynthiana where she will spend tho holidays J E Lang was in Lexington this week to see his wife who is in the hospital there Dont fail to como and see what Santa Claus has brought you Ho is at Jones new store Harrison Combi was running three wagons hauling saw logs on Lick Branch last week Miss Margaret Hushor Win chester has been the guest of the Misses Sowell for several days Your girl is expecting one of those boxes of fine randy at 0 Haddens dont disappoint her Mrs1 W Prewitt returned homo Monday from a visit to her parents in Montgomery county ho His Stick of Candy that is ned in 0 Haddcns show w is to UI giv enyatyyfrco- a tfftj ore Loveloxent isi friends in Jackson Saturday iiiiJ n Marcum loft Monday 1to spend the holidays with her Mrs Nellie Klanery in North Dakota Santa Claus opens up his store Saturday Dec 15 next door to Flocnord Jcwolcry store Everybody come I Misses Martha Hagins and Lydia hays were tho guests of Mr and Mrs L 1arrott near Camp Chris ty last Friday PHONE TiP GREEN HADD1X For your Fresh Oysters Celery and Cranberries Mrs W A Hampton of son and Miss Fannie Hurst of Peartrco were in Jackson Wed nfisday doing Christmas shopping W B Daipor of Louisville I has been in Jackson tho greater part of this week taking deposi tions in a land suit in tho Federal court erfti country where they havo been teaching school for the past six f A months t 0 X Holing left TucSttoy for r Cynthiana to testify in the Jj2t ti trial From there ho goes for n throughtMiss Mary Lewis returned to it Her school at Bush Branch Miss Laura Kawlings who had been4 teaching the school for two weeks returned to Jackson n I Elias Washburn and wife of i Mayaville and II M Washburn I of Bcrca will spend Christmas week with Mr and Mrs Paul Derthrick on tho Heights Tho public school at Crockotts ville taught by Miss Eliza Bow ling closed last Friday with an entertainment which was followed by n dance A fino dinner was served on the JrOlmdIThoro was a good tido in the river tho first of the week which brought down many logs to the booms at Jackson and to tho mills below While tho rise in tho river was not so high as during the tido some weeks ago it was moro general and brought logs from other streams t The nicest lino of fruit over brought to Jackson at 0 Haddens i M tt XO PAPER NEXT WEEK 1 Wo will not issue TUB Nuws timehonoredweek and tho oflico force will bo allowed to enjoy tho holiday fludIIappyou onco again and promise you a butter and newsier paper for our rest The nicest liiuHf Fruits Ruts Cakes sandatndmocver brought to Jackson at LJADDIXS orUopilijHaverlr the city whor ve mirchrwwlflfVTffce and well sehctcd stock of goods of every kiii 1 It will 1 J to your advantage to see our lino before buying elsewhere Mend and SpecialtyILtvs Ivy v Marriage Mcemcsc licenseshaveweek James Herald and Sola Turner both of Canoe Beech Robinson anti Bam South both of Kobbins Abner Gross and Sarah E Pelfrcy s both of Oukdalo Sues Into ItuccIvurH Hands Tho Atlanta Iiirrningham Insur anco Coih which Rev W W Setzers household goods were in sured has been placed into tho hands of a receiver Rev Setzcr will not bo able to collect but a anyhingecitizens are insured in this com pany Fresh Bread and mUter at Had dixs Get your Fruit Cakes from C Hadden Looking After Our Natcnvajs Congressmanelect John W Langley was in Jackson Saturday shaking hands with many friends lIe is in Washington this week looking after the interests of tho waterways of this section Mr Langley is not tho kind of nun who forgets friend ships anti promises as soon as the election is over Now is your chance to buy nice candies at C Haddens ProChrist mas Dinner Mr andMrs T C Bach env tortaincd number r their friends at dinner 1Vednesdaaof this week ut which guests were given proChristmas turkey Tho guests present were Judge Rouse of Covington Capt riot Fletcher and Ed M ODea of Lexing tons S M Noblovof Noble and O lard AlnrtioJEwJMl nLl Ii J Icky ttfTTacttdf Get your Xmas turkey from O I HnddenIAt the Churches Rev T S Hubert of Barbour vine will preach at tho Presbyterian church Sunday morning anti Hov Powell will preach at night Rev W1 Dodge will preach at tho Christian church Sunday morning on A Message from the Great Santa Claus and at tho union services at tho Methodist church at night ho will give a chart sermon on Off tho Track anti How to Get On Operetta Catching Kris Kringlc at eight oclock Monday evening Bright catchy music a Christmas tree and a lire place hung full of stockings Everyone is cordially invited Christian churchWeather permitting there will be special Christmas exercises at the Chapman school house on Quicksand next Sunday December 23 beginning at one oclock in the afternoon There will be songs solos recitations etc All are invited i Subject of the Sunday morning address at tho Baptist churchwill bo How Can Wo Best Cele brate the Nativity of Our Lord At the evening service at seven oclock Rev T S Hubert will prcacllf Tho Baptists will hold tJJeirSuridlL school Christmas ex 1ci es evening Doc 21 See those nice Xmas candies at C Uaddens The Jctt Trial The case of Curt Jott charged with the murder of James Cock rill was called at Cynthiana Mon day by Special Judge II G Botts of Owonton The greater part of tho week was spent in selecting a jury Thoro was much difficulty in finding men who had not expressed ill as to Jetts Uli1tIt issmdthat Jott will de clare his former confession and take th6 tand in hispwimjc half It issakl that ho tIM that he confessed in order get tho money from tho 8alo of5tho confession to the newspapers The jury was selected Wednesday morning and the examination of tho witnesses was begun Mrs W W Green was called to tho bedside of her mother Mrs G W Crump of near Millers burg on Saturday of last week Mrs Crump died before Mrs Green reached her She was the wifo of tho late Rev G W Crump Hay Khlo On last Saturday morning a ctlaythree miles iiuirvu town Upon their arrival they found an ele gant dinner awaiting them During tho afternoon tho were entertained with an oldfashioned candy pulling In spite of tho inclement weather and deep mud upon the road a very enjoyable daytfas reported following persons composed the Mrs 1V Jt SewedMissesateSowclllTewiio Bradshaw Nanes and jINKMi Spencer Margaret CrawforTljJj Maggie und Mollle Sfaowdetu of Jackson Miss Mar feiirct Busli oLjyinch6stor and Miss Bcpch ofVj Iichiganland L Y4itedt nci V Hoggnail Arthur Sue len Get a thebfustick of candy at C Haddens nI- UVEUS1DB POULTUY FARM Buy tho best to breed from Buff Wyandotles and Rhode Is land Reds are the best Fifty Tina cockerels for sale at 1 each AH are standard bred correct colorize and shape Bred for distinct laying and show qualm- ties Send iiiu yourorrler if ou wish to start right REGINA JETT Athol Ky Berea College Winter Turin Opens Jnn 2 tHOU Berca College is tho oldtime friendof the mountains Presi dent Roosevelt says that Heron College has done moro for tho mountains than any other institution Any one who visits Bcrca will see that this is so And any one who visits the homes of those who have attended Bcrca will see that it is so When a young man or young lady leaves homo to attend school- it is tho part of wisdom to 0o to the lust school even if it is n little further away Those who go to Berea and hundreds are going will make no mistake There is the best training for teacherssuch will enable them to get highgrade certificates and also to tench highLrado schools There is the best of true Academy and Collegiate work with scien title apparatus and a library of 24000 books And there Is in ilruclion in the practical things as well The in mu5p toBertaNot acquainted with so many pf ui best young people from IIt a counties of Kentucky apdfretkcr fctfes pTHc Secretary Mr Will 0 0jriinie dill 1c glad toScpd full NifNrifwtiqn nhputtho numerous llcTwrtment9of thus KreatSchodU ITIs difficult to select THE BES- TEveiett because Evcretts are uniform in qualitya condition peculiar to EVERETT PIANOS This condition grows out of the fact that the Genius who created THE EVERETT alive super intends the construction of each Everett piano That which ho had the genius to create he has the ability to con struct of uniform quality Everotts are manufactured by The Everett Piano Co Boston Mass Owned by Tho John Church Co F 13 ENDICQTT Factory Representative JACKSON KENTUCKY 5J1EFIFFE By virtue of execution No 720 in favor of J M Robinson Nor ton 8 Co vs P B McIntosh and Thorns Gross which issued from the clerks oflico of the Breathitt Circuit Court now in my hands for collection I or ono of my deputies will o- nMONDAY DEG 24 OG between tho hours of 12 oclock m nntl2 oclock p m at the Court louse door in the town of Jackson Brcathitt county Ky pxposo to public solo to high est bidder the following property or so much thereof as ma necessary to satisfy the aniou- of tho plaintiffs debt interest ai costs and Sheriffs commissid towit t tBrenthittland avcnt o Jackson Ky boO ginning at tho corner of Eweland street and Highland avenue the ed with tho lino of said Highland avenue 56 feet to Harlan Rices corner thence with malt Ricos lino to C J Littles thence with said Littles lina to Eweland street thence with said lino to tho L v Y is 44 beginning Said lot is to be seld subject ton mortgage which illarlan Rice 5000Lcrled of P B McIntosh a defendant in said execution s r j Principal 387 W interestMAftCif cost K st 32 3ri JiiiytfUMng 131otAl y553 8 aratrl brutstnnunr y ef Salo replegiqdVit my land this tits 6thi JDicembcr1906Gunwrronu S B G FLINT D tvis D SA TAtER s i t uommissiontrs Salekr Cofolly V re f Notice of Salo- Eji the i er Defendant v BSv rtueWV judgment andor dbr sale of the Breathitt Cir ciiitjlourt made and entered in tlionbovostyledcause at its Oc tober term 1906 for tho sum of 75800 with interostrfrom the 24th day of 1908 until paid and 71 OOkcoaCs therein cx- pended I shall proCeed to offer for sale attherfront door of the court house in the town of Jack son Ky on- Monday h Deca4 1906 between the hoursof 12 oclock m and 2 oclockpirn tho following lying being in Brcaihitt county Ivy U On the Middle Fork of Ken Lucky river beginning at a buckeye tree standing just below the road near the houso where said parties live thenco running down said Middle l ork1rier with its meanders to Granville Turners line thence with a conditional line to tho upper end of the apple orchard at Elsom across said creek thence with Daniel Grif fiths lino to EdwardTTurncrs line to a cross fence thence withsaid cross fence to the lower side of the field thence awn the river with its mcandcrtWp the begin tSid bo sold at publicauctionto tJi shiKhest bide dcr on ai qrod f lxlf nd twelve mpntlisand tU urchascr will be purchlirlw fbBRriiig interest from day sale HnU having time rce and effect ofa replevin borh1uhdn lcin will be ro rYai1 l ftaidv bOnd PnYmentbopreparedfocbmply Dobt 753 00 interest 68- cost 6f su5tJ2 4Q commission lvcrhsin10Total j w avuDWEi if o Hi c c MASTER Commissioners Salo Breathitt Circuit Court- S S Taulbce w Plaintiff vs Notice of Salo Ira Allen 8 Mary Allen Defts By virtue of a judgement and order of sale of the Breathitt Cir cuit Court made and entered in the above styled cause at its Oc tober term 1905 for tho sum of 7250 with interest from the 21st day of August 1905 until paid and 1950 costs therein expended I shall proceed tooffer for sale at time front door of tho court house in Jackson Ky on Monday December 24 06 between tho hours of 12 oclock m and 2 oclock p mt the following described real property lying and being in county Ky on Caney fork iOf Troublesome Creek Beginning on a small chestnut standing on tho lower side of the road at Logan Size moros line thence running with his lino to tho top of the ridge to ahighknobtp Taylor 8 Crates Je down the ridge n strai htJino to R forked locust tree irKcd iHichco down the ridge wit Tay Crates line to dintholoiaerBeverhm1of low avdam to1t h ut oft marked thence n line the beginning p will bo slo dat tea to time hii a credit oJ the purchaser Jive bond for ey with anuM Se ring inter date having WjJHbrco and t of 1 a lien tivill replovinresarr Ion said bond tho iJrtt rty sold ht full payment f tho purch and l must be d to compltpromplly ho 1 r t Amount of debt 72 feO interest 580 cost of suit 1950 Com missioners cost 75Qicost of printing 10 00 30 J W CABmvEtL M C B C CV ll Wby t Y IH I i hristmas Presents I k qr Worth GIving 1CUFF PINS 5150 to S500 7uc to Si50 j SECRET ORDER CHARMS ASSORTED STYLES s tAi SOLID GOLD 1000 and up GOLD FILLED 200 and up S1r t GOU0iFino 510GO FILLED 250 SOLID GOLs SET gIAMtiND 81ST5 ia ER HEINTZjE MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED OPPOSITE PHOENIX Ky C MAN TEL S T f We ca rya complete If1 Wood ll fttJvTile Grates ESj o f r dui n1 ptQlsa beautiful design and L It + excellentrmiin ifactured P otIZ tW hafiff ftnany from which to selecjt xfionl the daintiest base to the heaviest r mailed upon requestfj i COMBS LUMBER t No 234 EAST MAIN STREET BOTH No 139 No 919 WEST HIGH STREET BOTH PHONES No 25 LEXINGTON KENTUCKY HEADACHES and EYESTRAINS Many who have for years suffered intensely from chronic sick headaches using drugs of all J without any benefit have found immediate and por manont relief f0 PJOPEij A DJlJST D CfSS ES Because cvqstrain was the Itcause Wa tho If cause and our euro is lasting v SaT1SFMTIOK lJRijR TEED 81U FLEEN0R JEWELER AND OPTICIAN JACKSON KENTUCKY W H Henderson Ayr treetopP Pan OftlB XINQTON KY u4L11 Grain Seeds Feed OornOIovrBlue Qraaa Orchard Gran Hungarian Hay Straw fUll Feed a EVE BUTTONS SOLD Large Diamonds GOLD 100 to LADIES PINSfWI lit sr 4 11 14 Lexington I t J ff ofS e of are e patterns cabinetwCatalogues 00PHONES kinds Y remove IN irfs F t it 1i1ei l v p e- i 4 j You Will Get All Thatsiw w Coming to You1 t g t fj THERE IS NO BAKERY fF J P InAour methodof business for every dollarr you pay us you get ono hundred cents value in l return f Hii e- We Believe in Square Treatment 7 ft 0+ Your moneys worth all the time We might 0 goodsI r 1w tt i FSoyou can eee for yourselfthats tho surest way s JU SIr f5fv 1 O O ASK THE MAN withtheTHEN ASK US LOWESTandWe have two firstchuB printers and if you want printing that foryoucustomer benefits the business Wo underprlce any print shop Jr L CaptainT If II 1904 by AS BuntILCopyrgb eColuhllahenIS6 FiflX Avenue New YorkI Th I g i =CHAPTEtt II- IHAII t nn hour later the young resumed his journey west passing down the farther of the mountain Wonder why I wrote Cairo as my ndilrcss he thought as his trusty horse carefully picked his way among the racks and down the steeps I hadnt thought C Cairo before on even u pos sible destination I know nobody there I know absolutely liothlng about the C town or the opportunities It may offer trainUrTve food enough now ho to last me scantily for a few days During that time I must make my way as far as I can toward the Ohio river at rittsburgor Wbcellug or Parkersburg When I reach tho river I must have t money enough to pay steamboat fare to Cairo Tucro Is no money In these parts but West Virginia Is practically a northern state cud there are green pisIJ horse my saddkTanU my bridle The horse Is a good one and sols the sad h dle Surely I ought to get plough for s them la pay my Tvny to Cairo Then came another and a questioning 4 thought 4- r And when I get to Cairowhat I then 1vo a good university educa jJ tion but I doubt that there Is a ready market for education In any bustling I Missouri river town Just now Im If a graduate In law but heaven knows I know very little about the profession aside from the broad underlying prln t clples Besides I shall have no money with which to open an office and who Is going to employ a wandering and utterly destitute stranger to take charge of his legal business For the moment discouragement I L dominated tho young mnnVj mind but presently there came to him a reflection that gave new birth to his courage Im six feet high he thought and broad In proportion Im In perfect 2f physical health I have muscles that nothing has ever yet tired Between bave11tt i i exceedingly good training a trifle un S Corfed perhaps but at any rate I carry not one ounce of superfluous tat on my person I am perfectly equipped for tho hardest kind of physical work and i In a busy western town there Is sure to bo work enough of that kind for a strong and willing man to do I can at C tho very least earn enough as a laborer to feed me better than Ive been fed for il F Ij tour years of wnrJ iMly BBosgh ttil ptaiiieefr oi I 2 v trku a day laborer greatly chared T V H the young man Instead of depressing I his spirits It for the first time lifted t I b from lila soul that Incubus of melan choly with which every Confederate soldier of his class was at first op J pressed Ever slnco Grant had refused In the Wilderness year before to retire beyond the liver atter receiving Lenss tremendous blows Gullford Dun 5 l can anti all Confederates ot like Intel illgonco hail foreseen tho end and had recognized Its coming as Inevitable XaVerthele s when It como In tact fhenthe Army of Northern Virginia Contelleracillt less shocking and depressing to their V minds than If It had been an untoro j I seen and unexpected one I t The melancholy that Instantly took possession of such minds amounted to scarcely Icaa than Insanity and for a prolonged period It paralyzed energy und made worse tho ruin that war had wrought In tho south t I Fortunately Guilford Duncan thrown nt once and absolutely upon lila own resources thus quickly escaped from too overshadowing cloud And yet his case seemed worse than i that of most of his comrades They at least had homes of some sort to go to ho had none There was for ihem debt 3- c burdened as their plantations were at w least a hop that spmo way out might j ultimately be t u VtFor him tbcro 4 was no Inch ofj ground upon which ho- C mlghlrrostovena hope Dornot an old family bl had been lbred andjducated as ono to whom abundahcp wstoomo by Inheritance a man dctlnedtromtrlrth to become f hi time theVia ter7Sfta great patrlma trilalct4te I 1 that estate was honeycombed I i with hereditary debt the result of gen i 0 cratlons 0f lavish living wasteful Jj methodspf agriculture and overgcnot ouj hospitality About the time when g war camOjthero came also a crisis In the affairs of Guilford Duncans father i Lug before the war ended the elder man had surrendered everything hi r had In tho world to his creditors Ho Y fc had then enlisted in tho army though lie was more than sixty years old lie hal been killed In tho trenches before Petersburg leaving his only son Gull ford not only without a patrimony and without a home but also without any family connection closer than some distant half theoretical couslnshlpa The young mans mother had gently passed from earth so long ago that hit only dimly remembered the sweet no bility of her character and ho Iad I never bad either brother or sister theIroJo down the mountain steeps But I tho Impulse of work bad come to him and ho joyfully welcomed It as some thing vastly better and worthier of his 4 0 strong young manhood than any brood Ing over misfortune could be orany I leading of the old aristocratic half idle planter life It that had been possible la connection with this thought came another lie had recently read Owen I toloredlths Luclle and as ho jour 4 noyod ha recalled the caao there do mlbeil of the French nobleman who tot n time wasted his life and neglect ed his splendid opportunities in brood 111 QIttt i jlotho llimrbon t I a i Dy GEORGE CARY EGGLESTON Jdynasty and In nil ol slfnntej cfu8nf fj1 reconcile himself to thoiuorder of ttitug Pun 1111 rcuienibcrciji bow aft ter awlilleV Jcn the uw raueebc- Clme invoIv1In the Crimean war the Frenchman sshv a clearer light how he learned treethathnder one regime or another it was still franco that beloved and to France that his best serv leo was duo That thought Gullford Duncan was n now birth of patriotism Why should not a similar new birth come to those of UH who have fought In the r With mighty effort vaulted over ft Confederate army After all the restored Union will be the only represent ative left of those principles for which we Lace so manfully battled during tho last four years the principles of liberty and equal rights and local self governmentAt tho young mansI horse encountered a huge bowlder that had rolled down from tho mountain side completely blockading tho IllIthI With the spirit and the training war service had glen him tho animal stopped not nor stuyed Ho approached tho obstacle with a leap or two and then with mighty effort vaulted over it Good for you Bob cried the young man Thats tho way to meet obstacles and thats tho way 1 am resolved to meet them But the poor horse did not respondJ lie hobbled on three logs for lila master dismounting found that ho had torn loose u tendoa of one leg In the leap There was no choice but to drive a bullet Into the poor beasts brain by way of putting bins out of his agony Thus was Gullford Duncan left upon the mountain side more desolate nod helpless than before with no s 1 slons In alt the world except a pilflJt plfrtols n saddle a bridle S vWfe bacon a peck of cornmeal and 1fewt ounces of salt f The valley lay before him In all ltd barrenness Beyond that lay hundreds of miles of Allcghany mountains anti the region farther on All this expense ho must traverse on foot before arriving at that great river highway by means of which ho hoped to reach his dcritlnutlou a thousand miles and more farther still to tho west But the neW manhood had been born la Guilford Duncans soul and ho was no more appalled by tho diffi cult problem that ho must taco than ho hind been by tho fire of tho enemy when battle was on Hard work ho reflected Is the dally duty of the solI dlcr of peaco just as hard fighting Is that ot tho warrior Strapping his saddle and bridle on his back he took his bacon and his salt bog lu one hand null Ills bag otImeal In the other Thus heavily bur dened he set out on toot down thoI mountainAt rate my load will grow lighter ho reflected every time 1I cat and Ill sell the saddle and bridle at tho first opportunity Ill mako the Ohio river In spite of ell TOn coTInrzD- jTJE J TEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles Sold by all druggists or two months treatment by mail for 100 tfrNE W Halli 292G Olive street St Louis Mo Send for Kentucky testimonials 22ly Fhoiithomcrnt Crab Phosphorescent crabs are found In tho Californian waters in large quanti tIes7 These crabs beautiful In their tints of red blue purple and green give out a peculiar light at night tho effect of which Is startling since It makes the mil mal literally stand forth in lines of gold Passed Examination Successfully James DjnnhueNew IriIitIn Conn writes I tried ieversl kjJwy rem edies end was treated byfoiir bat physicians for dUbntm but did not imiTroveinitft I took Foleys kidney Cure At the second bottle 1 ho ITedtmpjonlIh and jive bottles c rue I Iuya since pasted a rlgluXBininBtttfnjo ljfB In insurance FilesKfdiiey Cute cures backache and all forms ot kidney and bladder trouble Jackson Drug Co MancUurlan Doc 1 In Manchuria dogs are raised for their skins A fairly prosperous Mnn churlan dog farmer will own a thou sand or moro dogs Orlno Laxative Fruit SlrllP the new Laxative stimulate but does not Ir rltaU It li the host LaxatIve Guar Anteed or your money back Jackson Drue Oo m 1lSJ io 0 0 You IIThstrouMe syo ltvcr iifkOncof itspro4ws abic is overflowing into yeior blood You cant digest your food yoot wpetitc is poor you awffer dreadfully from headache stomach ache dui nCM malaria constipation etc What you need is not a dose of salts cathartic water or pills but a liver to- nicWords BlackDraught This great medicine acts gently on the sick liver Jt lurfltes the W edf renews the ppetite7eeJs tlw iKn s Iclears the brain and cures Consti pation It U a true medicine for side liver an4 kidneys and regulates all tho dlfiestlve functions Try It At all dealers In medkints la 25c picagesTwo Growlers I dont like tho way that dog of yours growls at me remarked the callingOil the girl Just wait till you hear papal Yonkers Statesman E 0 DeWitt Co of Chicago at whose laboratory Kodol is prepared assure us that this remareable digest ant and corrective for the stomach confotma fully to all provUlons of till Nutlonal Pure Food and Drug Law The Kodol laboratory Is a very larg one but If all the sufferers from fndi Restlon aid stomach troubles rould know the virtues of Kodul it would b impossible for the manufactures ti keep up with the demand Kodol I sold hero by Jackson Drug 0 J An Old Timer ttowell Do you see that old fel low under tim tree 1 Powell Yes Howell lie was born in 181- GPoweilt eo n case of ninety in I the shade Womans Homo Com j paniono 4fr Aji Alarming SUitiUloii frequtlf1 iyuIts from ng1ec1- tMg1J4s nd torpid1ivar naTh- e nt Zkeome h snfe llii- bolLlLIfjii 11 isaknon tokhte who i NetvLifeiJllsjtlL pSt nuiitThfd llovceJi RLljlrnte3t Jackson Drug Ooy dr e 25 The Usual Thing Vhenl saw Jigley yesterday he had just come home from a hunting tripYes Did be bring home a big bag Well no but he brought homo a big brag as usull1NcW Orleans TimesDemocrat I Death frt m Lockjaw never follows an injury dressed will Bucklena Arnica Salve Its antiseptic healing properties prevent blood poisoning Chas Oswald Merchant Renselaersville N YI writes It cured Seth Butch of this place of the ugliest tore on Ills neck I ever saw Cures Outs Woundc Burns and Bores 25s at Jackson Drug Oo drug store Couldnt Break Him of Braliina Chuggcrton Hows your now chauffeur Carr Had to fire him lIe used to be a motorman ChuggertonToc reckless eh 1 Carr Hockles nothing I Why I couldnt break him of the habit of Blowingup at crossings hPuck Deadly Serpent Bites are as common In India as ore stomach and liver disorders with UP For tIn latter however thero Is a sure remedy Electric Bitters the great restpraTjvm medicine nf whichSA Brorrn of lidiL nottsvllleS Osiyn They rettorelf my wire to nerfeet libellh after yeuW of suffering with dyspepsia ando chronically torpid liver Electric Bitters cure chills and fever malarU blllousiu88 tune back kidney trouble and bladder dltiirders Sold on guar ten by Jackson Drug Oo druggists Price tOc An End A little girl went countin a To one two hundred say Iithcre no end to It she asked JnftqtitU a puzzled was f It1her 8M might poJUlrcMYJJ 0 Terle an i cAJIpityALittle Folkis liljrawilKlth a spranedaiikJ will use n crLIIch rettI ankle a il letyjf get well A man or Wh1aj cpver worked stomach cant i hut the tomacho must liaveiSit ktke same It can be rested s HU starvation Kodol ilslolttKou l performs the slIuMtlve work of the tired stomach anti eerrects ha dine tlvo apparatus Kodol fully conforms to the provisions of thoNatlonal Pure Food and Drug Laws Recommended and lold by Jackson Drug Co e f f5il 1 + i df w Danger ij4tIlViVtWhvn 5011 di not ask sonli end Ruat In Rod for If M there JdlanKfrii trtinfe souit uu known IrtJ1erao Iiul1I hone anti Tar cures cuti1his colds and pro vtnts piifcumoplB rl genulno U In r ellowIIIIK neruse subiutut JscksmrCut rly Fitted- mnnnignu nf hivc to seti4JI 4 1 tli6 nctfs g 0 0ort Ue IttlSend b suggest nepA Just the i W brqk u gratmnl J tam afladolphia Let FollowIng tue FII Whn our oldtrsiveit to wb ii the Piiillpplnei health was he m V 7inltlrlllntconlOTl1eratlonifjl tJM NU sa3s1 was hiL7ICa- I 1 af twoyearsln thevt ln- a uiijetii C euldt ID Kini ew iecovery for Qjbsiump- iii1 W Cii kepme hii iereIheai- ad now Iii New 1IsrnphijrIe fiiidi the best medicine In- copghu tI Icolds broBelilattraublei74Bii 1 uhI lung dI1fOfttrf Ciuarantiet4 Jackson lrug Ci Druggists 1H 803 and f 1 00 frrlillie lee Look onvard Have you ifvatclicsrithwl tcr Iroof caseZ youn- man tXo replied the jeweler What is your in wanting a water proof watch 1 HOb I may have occasion to soak it occasionally answered the youngimmnd1kago News Public Speaker Iiitcrrrptrd Public spoakefTire frquently Inlei rupted by people coughing Tit Aould not happrp if Foleya lion and Tar xreru taken as it cures cougl and colds and prevent pneninnnln a o msuinplion Ttfe fjennlne cottnU no oilali and isjin a yellow II ickg Jacks n Drue Co An gxtrpie Case t I y 5c Poor el terribf- romnltstv kltHIf 4 t 9es 1 II o gllW widow wit Phlla deiphiard tis hotfeeable aCbUTseidnnvcomttiPr I Aheh the huwels are fr ejy open Nfltlercanit Uylf tfi jf are opcf KenhedjJsifE iatiye Cough Sim tastes islIiensant tJ maple itigm Free trim all opiates Contains lion ny anti Tarr Conforms 10 the Nation Pore Food and Drug Lan Sold b Jackson DniR CdA Transfer This idea of corpora tions from contributing to campaign funds has changed things a great deal Yen answered Mr Dustin Star It takes n great deal of wear and tear off a mans check book and puts a correspondinaniount of worry on his mind Washington Star Notice to SOur Customers Wo arti oleuied to announce tint Foleya Honey and Tar fur cough colds and lung troubles Is nut affeclci by the National iure Food and Dru law as It contnlni no opiates cbr otlit nnnnfiil iid wn recommend 1 ns a safe remfedy fur children uni adults Jackson Arug Co a i rj A Crusher fr j J goOhiosetting down d fellwit lila ow ate Trcd and of i- sie vedat hittlc to- iiigi41 wento tilV ci in- the tplaco 4 1r stood coatleea bobainga corncoipe 1rot1- ly registercdlmia lioit yergrimtmtoNo 1 it- in e the ball iet- iejition 1li states ytite Iam C Ohio ri i- ed 11fl 4calmly waimiilientJcL q got 4 jd ties of Llfone- en en sold I- p g exp g- othar t 4 result ue ha andluag Iei- TI aI o the genuine Honey stud Ta in the jellowr p Jrttaflf contains no op ales or other barm fir drugs Guard rsM r health by rafulnp anrbut the gnulna Jaokion Drug Co r sc1rn7- pjlY5ltijiu t tL LsuEow- t qrpicalMoORs8A M TO 4 P n I IN UAllOia DUILDINQ 11J AOKSOIf ICgNTUCKY P- oJ5ali1llUUUU 252S2S t c r=ccXA XKKXjfH LsXs H PATTON J tATrRNEY AT LAWa lILDOaoJACKSON KY I 0 lrIss FrORJtNClt PATRICK I STENOaiUIlIV AND i TVlBWIUTINO pcclItyj I t JACKSON KENTUCKY A LITTLE NONSENSE The Worth Sounded All Right to Lit tie Helen Helen went to n littlo party silo returned much earlier tItan expect ed antI her mother fearing that qUlStioned of using words that the considered line repliedI out in the dining room and then J saw that there were cloven little girls and only ten chairs I thought Id tell Jfuthies mother ns polite as I could that there werent chairs enough So I stayed in the other room nnd when she came anti asked rie h didnt come out with tho other little girls I just told her I saul that she perpetually didnt exi poet some one and I didnt go out because hero was no incentive Sho didnt reom to understand the words and I couldnt think of any cinnamons so I camo home Did you menn no vacancy l inquired her mother Yes answered Helen that was ono of tho words I couldnt think of And tho other word was evi dently t1hsmnisingthtEowanyigiininco of time English I iI Jr as fluthio- szk84r tM1II risoinLlpa r thi arteis anslaI UiQ p- pi flfjf your iisUBiV K rft JiLa- OUllhSl r ui e4sI itth1tit44dSPyt11Sthives duit the cold rt bit M tt etigIi Absolutely tree t ij ady piatei Oonform to this SnUoii Pure Food and Drug f nr- fleasant to take Sold by Jackson Orug CoT Flourthing Texas The state of Texas has a bonded debt of nearly 4000000 bnt less than 100000 of the bonds is held outside the state Nearly all the bonds that have been issued by tho state arc now deposited in time vaults of the state treasury to the credit of time various special funds mainly tho school fund and in n few more years with good llnancial administration Texas will not owe i dollar to any one but herself Snn Antonio Exurcss For chapped stud cracked hands noMi ng ia quite as Rood as an opplicatli n r Dt VIUi Witch Hazel Salve litIt on before going tit bed use an old pair of gluvesnnd see what II dlffereiee tIme morning will bring Sold by Jn k ori Drug Cu Winter Rhubarb Uhubnrb is n vegetable easily Tale ed in tho cellar in winter For forc I log or cellar growing select and snfcly store away strong big clumps of roots at least four years old and of curly varieties They may be planted at time after they have a ret If a succession is Rutedn Jew arc brought in nt in teryals oftwo veeks On the bot torn of a trench a foot deep place a four inch layer of fresh horse manure followed by a two inch lay er of loam The roots are to be set in this trench ono foot apart with thin dirt carefully packed about them When you have watered tho plants and excluded all light the C5R be left to itself except for all q watering Time crop rijl fee ready Jn from ono to three trnmllvS tho time nrylng with tho ta praturer the vitality of Ujo ilants tile season slid oIlier factors 1 pSuburban Life o klltl i to uieIapiIuleuit catlar t 10 IlliCit thm bjwelsCKenile move Orll accomplish the ume results Y oaJfcliiK distress or serious j lenses later De WILL Little Jt leri are recommended Sold r icVs6n Drug Oo THE NEW ID- EAKMED1S fhcs the towels I RAILROAD TIME TABLES I LIEIRAiLWAY VIXTJ3Il TI3II3 TAUIRE- FFKC7TIVE NOV 18 100G t WEST BOUND NO 1 NO 3 Daily Ex Sun jf AM rnI Lv Jackson 1 10220O K Junction 0 15 21t5 t a20 2 80- Athil a 40 2 s2- Jaik II to a 00 sthl G 5iit7ooliCnmpton 37 20 u Dun c6 7i i 03 Filson 1 soat H Staimtonr 8 15 t Wi Clay CityiB 25 titili E lhn t IfOO i or Winchest rU 12 5 Wi Ar Lexington U fi5 Il 05 I I EAST BOUND I Dally ElIUtk N2 Nol DailyExSun PM AM I Lv Icxin ton 2 25 7 85 Winchester 3 10 8 iiL K Junct 3 25 g 26 Clay City 4 00 9 Oi Stantori 4 10 9 to 26A1undeo 22 0 81 Cumpton Jtinct 4 40 U 8S Torrent 4 57- Bcattyvillij 0 fit Jtinct 5 18 10 17 St Helens 5 20 10 25 Tallern 58i 10 85 Atliol K 45 10 48 Elkatuwa C 00 11 10 O K Junct 6 10 II is Ar Jackson 615 11 20 j CONNECTIONS I L B JUNCTIONTrains Nos 1 nnd 3 will make connections with CO Ror ML Sterling CAM LTON UNCTION All trains connect with Mountain Cen tral Knilwny for Pino huge nnd CampionBE YVI LLE J UNCTION Trains Nos 2 3 and 4 connect with i L A Ky for Bent tyriHo 0 KJtJXCTQNTminsNo Kenttmckyfor CIIAS SCOTT G P A Rheumaifc Sufferers IthesaUEha WARDS Rhe rnatic mLivehPillsl j IotyoubasetlliaJUtdWDe rIYnnpM Incurable ban been rttltrtd sod pfnnancDtlf roml NoW Ibe Um tob cnretl hey a bottle toxlky and oummcnca Price COo I Your 1ta- I Ward itbenmatlc and I Liver mil It he wont 1117 yon arc pt andIthe yearsI COMPANy 122 Hampshire St CaMbridge Miss I fOLEnIl1lNlY TAR Sure Coldsi ProvenU Pawaa1a I FREE HE ORIGINAL II SOUTHERN RY UoutoliromJJouisl11e to VI LOUIS Westand tno vtinningthrotigitLouis without chanec with connecting cars from Lexington iu follows inIxavomArriveVest bnlod Conches and Obser vation Cafe Car on above rains mLeavemArrivePullman Sleeper mind Free Ko S dining Car on above trains Most direct lino Chattanooga CharlestonJloritllL CiAiitlcountrySend IllustratedlitcrntutQ For tickets Pullman reserva tLions and full information callon or address 4tI EMainiJtliissLouisville AStO K Railway Kffectlre iT21nd 1P06 Halt Hound Vet flond STATIONS Ailmv rM IT 1111710 106 Cannel City 1248 520 NITiGAA378M 200 Frozen 11M2 3t3925 230OdclJunoi125 SJO 930 2M Jackaon 1115 3OA- M AR PM AL AWL IKLY Nua 1 and 22 will make close con n ctlon at 0it K Junction with Nos 3 and 4 for 11111 nil on tIme Lexington ik latterim hallwayM LCO- NlEYMounI Supt r Depart Arm- i000arn 01 l1OaD- JUOpJ2 4sIArrive v 01 D t 8 00 n m Campion Jun 10 Ol1t4 00 pin Campion Jun 4 40 II ut Make cdrfnection with all L E passenger trains == KILL TU= COUCHA- ND CUt E THE LUNGS KingsNow FOR cONSUHPTION OUGHS and OLDS lTIIROAT From Isaac Shelby to J C W Beckham ALL or I KENTUCKYS GOVERNORS Ths First Tims ThaI Plclurss Hats Erse Bsin Publlthsd SOc Fret Pr cII FREE I The Evening r Mt hiss for KTf nt years ehd nott to secure pictures of all Kentnskjr KentucicytitateIn order to place these pictures In a permanent form they hare been arrangcJ ia agroup la an o dat Allis honlnir Kentucky with the late t ccntna picture of Ialllbe preildentaof the United States FUjiof alt tmtlon atearaiblp routes Imamend rauct other bUtorlcal InfcnnaUon f A POlT5Ut5ItIBBRIfsutscrlption toeachtoJThe livening Foat U fint In everything and hit the mot State newa and test I trepan Per all the people sad against the grafter Indepenilcnt atwaya for the Home Sip Swttlng JJonl lOUISVILLE KY JfiT 5 iI I Special Price on Chart and Evening Post with this Paper t BAKERWIND ENCINES simpledurableenclosed an Jfrto from dust nnd weather A c61uVfollcd stationarysteel spindle on which all our wheels revolve requiring IS A FKATURE Fastening tho anile without rivets or bolts and tho use of 48 Mite wheel IS A FEATURE A smooth running Chilled eccentric driving tho actual inmroQ liA lI A chilled fjallbcarlng turntable and selfreculating device IS A Writ roe tatloir pIe ant for nrluln for line In your vicinity and M eora print inunnlM We alw unit a lull Hue of Tower T L JuxfTHMM All our luod early lth ttiiai lUIUITHE HEItERAIIER CO Maipoleon OhloUS lAxATive XAUVE IBest fer Chllrea iEi COUGH syiup- jONEY Ru fitasar Ilew51rue Isa IRRtt KMDrallrtbw atujVwjrs us toMUpHlMtsp JaUjrtho s centtlolog Oplatss Ktcasdis r I OiiisMJAGFSON J 1 t a + t i i c