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Digital page images are linked to the text file. sa iDest Advertising Medium J IN I3REATHITT ANDADJOINiNO COUNTIES == Jt = ItUxoiNs Editor and Publisher A NKWBiAiKit r DKVOTKD TO TILE INTKICESTS OF EASTKKN KKNTDOKI l+ ONE DOLLAR PKR YEAR m ADVANOK J o Volume VI Jackson Kentucky Fridhy January 25 1907 1 13 tt u lt t t t t tW f lWllW n ilW Wl f w l lWf rio WW wMM pF I- aj WE ARE SELLING OUT N iFtt l OUR ENTIRE STVO0K V tI ft Hvtl i At f ReduMl Pricest4 as r 4 In Order To Make Room j v- V1 for Our Spring Goods J 1 w MI9I4 0 Wo have reduced tho prices on everything in the 1- I ihouso including Dens und Boys Overcoats Mona dt t 4heavy Suits und Boys Kneo Suits n19o1 largo i- j t lino of Ilouvy Pants and Winter Uiidorwoar IFF The wSnians Chance m l L 1oIb Ir gTo buy Raincoats9foDg Jackets Heavy Skirts 010 5ndurwear Childroa nlllt UII8e9 Jnckots and I Glothingfor IMS money than she over paid bo r fore Buy libjjrallybpw yon will probably never X o t l ttsFkc 1 ALL SHOES AT COST i 0 and QUs 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ENTRANCErDUAL BUILDING 7 i VI 1 BREATHITT COUNTY NEWS1 I HARGI8 LOSES I j Games Instructed to Dray Jur From The V heelI PARKERT IN ERROR Indictment for Cork rill Murder Held GoodI STATE WINSt rpIlol- ding both the indictment returned in Brcathitt county charging tho murder of Dr B D Cox and the indictment in Fayctto county charging the murder of James Cockrill both returned against James Hargis to bo propI erly drawn and valid the Court of Appeals last Friday without a disi senting voice among the Judges ordereda trial in each county un der properlnstructions The court directed intthc Brcathitt county case Unit 11gcinl Judge Games have n jur wn from the wheel and exhaust this means before going outside fora jury With this injunction and upon the statement of the Special Judge matte before the court that it would be his pleasure to execute tho law as declared by the higher tribunal the court set aside the preliminary order staying proceeding d at the special term called and dismissthe petitionFfor a writ of tho court in the Brcathitt county proceedings was announced in an opinion handed down by Judge Hobson while tho opinion revers ing tho Fayetto circuit court and remanding the Cockrill case for further trial was written by Court Commissioner JLarroll Victory FortCpmiuomvcnltli The rulings announced by the Court of Appeals are a decided victory for the Commonwealth and thp prosecution in the two cases By interrupting the pro ceedings in the Brcathitt court a continuance which the Commonwealth desired was secured the indictments against Ilargis fire sustained it being held that ho may be convicted if ho was absent at the time the homicide was committed nnd was an accessory before tho fact to the murder and in tho trials directed now to bo held tho presiding Judge must go to the jury wheel of the county to secure a jury Briefly stated tho rulings announced by the court are Judge Parker Reversed In tho Cockrill case from Fay citecountyIt bo safely declared as tho law in this Commonwealth that the principal actor tho aider and abettor and tho accessory before tho fact are all principals in tho first degree and equally guilty and may be so accused and convicted In fact an indictment such as tho ono before us only charges one offense that of mur der but as authorized by Section 12G of tho Criminal Code it is de scribed as having been committed in different modes and by different means The trial Judge should therefore tho evidence authorizing it have instructed tho jury as re quested by tho Commonwealth The Commonwealth requested that instructions be given that defend ant might bo convicted of being an accessory before the fact Killing In Ctiracs Case- In tho Cox case from Breathitt county It is not necessary that a Spe chat Judge shall bo a resident of tho district Judge Carhes possessed i lie qu9lhtications of tivgular Judge otthc 1istlict should call the special term HThoSpecia Judge poascssetlflit the powers or the regular Judgcifc The action of the Circuit Judge in overruling n motion or continuance was evidently edupon the ground that tholwitncsses could probably be Circuit Judge must necessarily exercise a sound discretion in the mutter of continuance t Judge Carnes WILrisht in holding tho indiclmcntlgood andn reference to tho JIury unnecessary In the Com monwealth vsIInr isrthis day idc this court has revered tho case referred to jo which in dictment was hold insufficient to warrant the conviction of defend as an accessory before tho fact Under the facts shown the Circuit Judge didno abuse a sound discretion in deciding to ap point an Elisor to act inylicu of the Sheriff The court had a right to try the cases is they stood on the docket As tho SpccialUudge has all the powers of regular Judge the Section 2211ur the Statutes applies to the Specia Judge no less than trigregular Judge If tho Special Judge has not tho key to the jury hcel lie should apply to the regular Judge for it The Section 2415 provides that the regular JuPgo shall transmit the key to thfPro tern Judge at any term at a jurj is to bo drawn The Circuit Judge in the case at bar should make up a panel as indicatedand should not summon bystanders FOR RENT A desirable six room cottage on the Heights in Jackson Rates reasonable Apply to 12tf lilts J J C BACH f Poor Country Miss Flossie Davis who went to Ntfw Mcxico sovoraHwoc j ago for her health has written to her mother that she is not improving and that she dont like that country Wo dont blame her for not liking tho country for we are of tho opinion that it would make a well person sick to look at tlint bar rcn waste long at a time DEATHS Rev J P Muncy who was taken to a hospital at Lexington last week died there last Friday Judge Taulbeo arranged to have the remains brought homo for burial but as all trains were dis continued untill Monday on account of a wreck near Torrent ho notified Maj 0 S Tennoy of Lexington commander of the Con federate veterans who took charge of his remains and buried them in the Confederate lot in tho Lexing ton cemetery Seven persons dropped three stories when tho elevator cable broke in tho Phoenix Hotel at Lexington Sunday night but no ono was seriously injured J A Scott Avon Ky says Bourbon Hog Cholera Ilcmcdy cured some hogs for mo that Idid not think could possibly be saved These hogs were so sick with cholera I had said I would not give fifteen cents for them SQJd Und guaranteed by Day Bros Co I Several buildings collapsed in Cincinnati Sunday tlio walls being weakened by the flood in tho Ohio river and the lire department was unable to reach a burn ing building which was destroyed entailing a loss of several hundred thousand dollars Buy a farm in famous Texas Panhandle Will mako you rich We own large tracts Prices uncj terms right Excursions twice monthly Good agents wanted For particulars w ite to Texas S Southwest C loniatioriCo Minf ncapolis Minn12IfMonday at Jul Moss convened Cl flit Court stftor a two wec a Xao- ifbaoun a1tp The au io J tlinOWQ nil 4uf1Ci 4 YI3LTOW JOUItNtLI41I Slime ItfporturH Bare Substi tuted Imaginary CoiuUtlmiH for FactH In AVrltlng of JiickMon There is no greater power for good than the publip press there is no greater power for evil A truthonce spoken by the press can never again be concealed n slander given voice by the press can never bo fully overcome These facts make uyellow journnlism both contemptible and dangerous Jackson and Breathitt county have long been the victims of the yellow journalist Reporters willing and eager to make capital of others misfortunes have rushed slanderous reports into tho daily press and these false pictures have injured hundreds of honest law abiding citizens of this county To deny our dark pnst would be worse than folly There was n time when it was dangerous for an honest citizen to walk the streets of Jackson after nightfall That time is past and wo believe past foicvcr Tho people of this county as a class are lawabiding honest and intelligent They have thrown off that dark mysterious power that once held BrcAjhiit fast and they deserve the credit Yet the yellow reporter would cause tho world to thinkcondi tions herowero worse than ever before One example sufficient When Judio Crimes returned here on last Friday two men came up town with him one man accom panied him to tho train when ho left The reporter stated that a scowling crowd followed tho Judge about in a threatening manner He further epoko of tho ceiling of the court room as being beauti fully frescoed with bullet holes1 If there is u single bullet hole in thp ceiling of the court room we have failed to see it This mat seem unimportant butconsider the impTCSSJon made by such article on the public Only last summer ono of tillS best educated men in the State said to meHI was at Jackson a few weeks ago and I was surprised I met several nice people there That is an exam pic of the impression created by yellow journalism Of course there is another side to the story and wo owe n great debt to the press for its better criticism in creating a popular de mand for justice in the courts Nothing but failure to obtain the same will ever drive our people to violenceA newspaper should discharge any reporter who indulges in overdrawn pictures and sensationalism It unjustly in jures the business of a community and reflects upon tho character of its citizens Jackson is an entirely different Jacksona much better Jackson than the Jackson of tho popular contention Jack Taylor Briar lull Ky snys1 gave my turkeys Bourbon Poultry Cure when they were dy jug and it cured them It istlioo- nly remedy I have ever us will cure sick turkeys O Jran 1 guaranteed by Day BrofFCorf 1 y Brightest 4 7 r- vef i tPlf filetruiil bld every x d afternoon on Isco- nos diia 111YTfl C rk a + pricsubscriPn o Scud your Aotifau oj iI r file Largest latiolII OF ANY PAPER IN THIS S oL to Number Business utrolandwUlP ire iirm 9JlissounJ 1f Sometimes its hard to con vince sonic people If you arc reasonable andapprecia tive well be able to show you the excellence of onri Monuments Wed like to talk over the monuncnt question with yojt telling you how much it will cost and the cheapness J V R MSHELY-M V NUMENTS JACKSON KYL Want a Farm J a lA TOWN LOT f- K jc N r Otjiplist of farm lands and town lots in best andrvrvJ r It doesnt cost you anything to get what you walkthrough us If we havent got what you i e get it fJp v HAGINS BLANTON REAL ESTATe JACKSON KY uu t J P iPi- Hf n i MIXED l tI tI RAIJFFeS tc Just received a full line 1 I i sTiET I Will cover more space last 1 than1il 1 111 any other paint made Call W w t l land see color cards and get Ipl1ccS r lf 1 o r- liJ t l- rrrrrra f Jackson Drug Co IC I LTIIij- u C lli XlIJ rJiII 7ftrHere We Are The Celebrated o HANAN SHOETho Dost on Earth Tfilo i ffiSOO EKIE + j f Jr The Breathitt News- SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE J WISE HAGINS EDITOR 52arnrn PNYSiC1AN ANDSeR EoN OFFICE HOURS8A M TO 4 P H IN HAHOIS BUILDING JACKSON KENTUCKY G 225E5HSH5HS25E525H5E5S A H PATTON ATTORNEY AT LAW OFFICE IN CRAWFORD BLDQ JACKSON KY FRIDAY JAN 25 d CORRESPONDENCE QUICKSAND On January 15th while John F and Alex Frazier were out hunting near the mouth of Quicksand they killed a very large catamount It was the first one killed in thi neighborhood fore long tim There was not much chance for la get away as Wilson demon head two steel traps set for it Tin same day Clemons set his trap the Frazier boys beat him to thi game ATJIOfc iArch Crawford of Jackson 4 visiting his parents at this plac Mrs America Farley of Fran f jrt is visiting her parents at thii place v Miss Bertha Couch will leave ill a few days for Beattyvillo to at I tend school 1 Miss Florence Strong is prepar ins far a trip to Europe in tin near future Born to Mr and Mrs R S Moore on January 14th twins i boy and girl Mrs IIenr Couch who ha r beenqwteill with a complicatior of diseases forlibnro time is ab to be out again andisaLher po of duty Mr and Mrs S P Kash a c lildren returned last week fro Muscogeo I Twhere they had been for two years seeking their fortunes in the west They were received with great joy by their many friends and relatives They will locate temporarily in Wolfe 1cmnty J H Creech one of the efficient clerics of the Crawford firm made j t a trip to Jackson a few days ag a id rumor has it that he went 1llurchnse his wedding outfit have thought for some time that 4 Hooker was going to make a matrimonial leap and a 35 suit a good indication Quitoarpumber of our you parental roof recently to attend school Among thorn are Miss Calla Bowman Kentucky State Normal School jkj Richmond Miss Gertrude Craw 1 ford tb Oxford College Oxford Ohio Joseph Bowman Charles 4 Bowman Porter and John Chambers to Hazel Green Academy and AlexCrawford to toMillersburgMilt i tart Institute Z T f v rf 4 4 NHiD 1 c FloydJWatts wits reported to be vbry lowTuesday t Solomon Nence who has been Tscriously ill is improving M General Ncace is in a very bad M e condition cau5djy a swelling on IU bble passed through ist Neck on his way Cobles Joand fin H Rirations toth part of the day philosophizing on the endless hereafter and along towards the latter part of the day there opened up to his sight in the ling away west n beautiful country whichupon being described by seems to be the Promise Land that awaits the Christian man lie says in his n1mt- no one will believe but ho is assured that the world is full of skepticism UNOKissTANDisa JLOST CKKKK A great many ties were lost i during this tide John Smith is building a nice- I house for W W Haddix Ben Murphoy of Ifixzcl Green has been hero buyingrqattle S S Roberta bias d arrivea with a load of goods f is father inlaw John Grigbsy Se more Watts and wife haw just begun fiousekeeilng We wish them much happiness z A gentleman at this place dream ed of having a strange garb on and the people are wondering how this dream will end Mrs J MRoberts visited Mrs W W HaC dix last Sunday Mr Elviras hens are giving her plenty of music and plentYoteggs On last Sunday moriiing witr nice young cow with red twi calves Henry Noble passoaup his MayrJiRoberts Roberts says Mr Noble is a bet hIse an apple every two or onlyklEY IIsam Terry of Lick Branch was here recently Mrs Hugh Bryant of Athol is very ill with typhoid fever I vUhclo Andy Short of Wharf vasHere the first of the week Richard Herald of Oakdale was visiting at Turkey Sunday Mrs Tom Johnson made i business trip to Jackson a fat days ago v stDan Short of Bcrca Ky w his uncle J Terry the past week mDilsses Lillie and Ruth Terry Baker and Dan Short visit ed Isaac Terry Sr Saturday Mrs Dr a B Baker of Anti go WLs is visiting her father and other relatives hero this week There has been a big tide in the Middle Fork and more timber has gone down than in any of tho previous tides Boonefroplace for the past two weeks re turned home Sunday isEmory Mullins son of J B Mullins of Jetts creek died at his home Wednesday the ICth after inga short illness of typhoid fever Wo join with tho many friends to1n extending congratulations to atFew Clothes and in wishing him and firs Rose long life and happiness BLUE BELL PERRY COUNTY bTACV Born to Ira Campbell and wife a girl D L Roberts went to Hazard Tuesday manlpassedNick Combs ofLost Creek was in this neighborhood Monday Steve Allen delivered 403 tie DLneigIiDprhood FordfJastwe6k a Iho saw mill at this place i running alongnioeiywjthEmer Napier as sawyer Sg SJ Napier visited hisbrotlfer artin Feltner Saturday ost creek 2 hbo 1I l Lexington Banking Ze i1 f Trust Company Savings Department Pays 3 per cent on Time Deposits Safety Vault Boxes for Rent a GENERAL BANKING AND TRUSTt BUSINESS Acts as Administrator and Executor Serves as Guardian 3eand Sells Stocks and Bonds Accounts of Eastern and Central L M Kentucky Banks Solicited INTEREST PAID ON BALANCES CAPITAL STOCK 60000000 v STOCKHOLDERS LIABILITIES GOO00000 120000000asLOANS MADE ON REAL STATE AND PERSONAL SECURITIES SECURITY PRO nVIDED ON OFFICIAL BO DOUlt FACILITIES ARE AMPLE FOR TILE EFFICIENT TRANSACTION OF ALL BUSINESS HANDLED BY CONSERVATIVE TRUST COM PANIES v k CORNER SHORT AND MARKET STREETS LEXINGTON KY with us again in the near future Win Olivers school closed Saturday Among those who re ceived presents for good attendance etc were Misses Sallie Bertha and Lutitia Campbell Maudio Napier nine Lula Noble + and the following boys Caret McLinmore Cephus and Goebel Allen TAL1LEUA couraweekrThe K P Lumber Co con ACrOSiasthe Saturday night a hard wind took mostof the plank off the bridge We are all so glad our count voted whiskey out last month by a good majority We think it fine record for a county tgmake We are very sorry indeed to learn of a distillery being operated in Breathitt county after the good people voted out whiskey After taking such advantage of the large majority of the people under a distillers Hscensc they surely will yso sow J o reap we 0 good for all the damage done b the bad use of whiskey all tit lives and souls lost besides the little children robbed by the ins I briate I think ono may do what 90cver they like if they do what is right But when one docs wrong there is a higher Power that steps in and punishes We therefore should seek the Kingdom of Heaven first and all the rest shall be added to us Wo have no right to furnish anything to people who are liable to ti great damage with the saute an some people under the influence of whiskey3rotinsane If one a moment of the distress of poor women an children caused by whiskey they surely would be more careful about putting tt in li ads that mis use it There are so maRY pporable houlstry to o at Mnot m c orlda rse yusJ u t RILL f tf i f Tho Jwiuary turn prtue Vojf tocRiyo aflh1t JM 4 SSiOL MOr c hda thero fbr ar ingfano hundred arid thr a cv and cightyfiyo common lawca six murder cwsoa and twenty oth- if l ieq and lro limbed ini i nwon docket for trIale oltottI t 1yrt1 Il i of ne7en sad I atin C E Smith of Winchester the real estate man was hero the first of the week He and Thomas L Sewcll his partner made a busi Quiclsam1I The flood in the Ohio river at Owonsboro carried away GOO bar rels of whiskey The river i certainly on a high The State Board of Control o Charitable Institutions will rcc thett of and a now site selected for the institution somewhere in the i1IThe revival meeting which hn been in progress hero for tho pas churchy amaI we The pastors of the other churches coulttto encourage good workIS E IFF S L By virtue of Execution No 32G ylin favor of Commonwealth Ken vs Peter B Mclntonh l rrc Ingram and J D Burton which issued from the Clerks office of the Breathitt Circuit Court and Execution No 32G in favor of Commonwealth of Kentucky vs Peter B McIntosh Price Ingram and J D Burton which issued from the Clerks oblige of the Breathitt Circuit Court now i my hands for collection Ior ono of my deputies will on Monday January 28 07 oclacdk u court house door in the town of Jackson Breathitt county Ky expose to public sale to the highest oasaryto satisfy the amount of th plaintiff debt interest and costs and Slic iFs commissions towit One tract of land lying and bo ing in Breathitt county Ky on CroelrdBeginning at a bee h tree stand ing about 150 yards below the res i nco where Goodson Ingram ico lived thence u straight lino osiing the branch on thud north dtfpf the branch to tho top of beweencountyinriV ridgobdhidingttoopposito beginingice nkrnlDa de endllnt u1iQfl inIySale made on a withpn g inter a orgvinAr tbe Pot v F ft Ih1 1 day of December 190C- BKECK CKAWFORD S B C By BKURV TUUXEU D S E IFFS S lE TAXESs infKentucky vs Tho Jackson Electric Light and Power Co which issued from the Clerks office 01 the Breathitt County Court 01 tho 19th day of November 100G countytaxesof my deputies will on 07tmason Breathitt county Ky expos bidderso much thereof as may bo neces sary to satisfy the amount of the plaintiffs debt interest tad costs and Sheriffs commissions towit beinintown of Jackson on the south side of Broadway street and begin ning at the northwest corner oj the lot owned by D15 Crain nnt Nacorner ant College avenue thence with the ouW4feet121 510 feet to a stake in tho tine of Broadway street thence with 4n1 Also all the machinery and fix apparatusattacked premises also all poles wires are lights meters nn fixtures oJacksonpart of the electric light plant of the Jackson Electric Light Power Co levied upon as the ElectricoTerms Sale will be made for cash in hand saleX34 sion a 08i interest 52c cost of advertising 10 00 Total 48 41 2nddaJBUEGK CKAWFOHD S B C FOLEYS HONEMAR The original I LAXATIVE cough remedy ror cndgh cold throat cad alcohollaOoo4fbreverybod The genuine NEY and TAIL DAY BROS ==COMPANY==Wholesale and Retail have the most complete stock of t eRr VCQUdi5 Ever brought to jackson Consisting of r g ggy7g= It QJJ 1J 111S t i Y- j f= IJIJI I I fI t tIt 14ti k 0 it 1 s I tCQ I S fI W 1we iincst- lino tof shoes Ill Est 1 orn Kentucky Our mens shoes are of theInteststlc 4 I For the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot moneycould i THE LATEST DESIGNS IN MILLINERVrr Department is under the man I agement of Miss Margaret Basket who can show you Ghe Xcttest Styte Jfc direct from New York City Also FASHIONABLTDRESS GOODS In all the Latest Patterns and weaves fromrthe Eastern MarketsiiIf you need any House Furnishings or FURNITURE 1 Ve are the people you are looking for we have it by car loads to SUirevery body Come andsee us ouri c ttnurnluuuulurulututtutunrnlnutnuaurnuurnnturn uurnlrlununnw rirrr I Prices Are All Right r 5auntuuuut MHHilUI a+ UKUtIlHI U1II 7 U ruu IIUUHItIIUUN I + lww t DAY B COMP The Breathitt News PulillHlHMl Kvory Friday CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS 1 A YEAR J WISE HAG INS EDITOR Kale nt HADDIXS Saturday Slop with Hurt Bros nt Reed Hotel when in Lexington Samuel L Stidlmm of Howards Creek was here Tuesday Horn to Rev and Mrs W II Sotzcr on January 23 a boy Rev Dnniol Mclnlosh of Rous senu was here Wednesday on busi ness Irvine McDaniol was hero Tues day buying goods for his store nt Rousseau lames Caudill and D B Hagins of Stevenson wore hero Monday on business I y4 Georgo W Denton was here Thursday buying goods for his store at Lost Creek 1 W Clark and Henry R Back arobullding a cottage for A II Patton on the Heights P B Whittaker of Lnnibric was lucre Thursday on business connected with a land deal Solomon Shepherd of Lambric has entered the Eastern Kentucky Normal School at Richmond Huoy Riley of Bushes BrnnchI was hero Wednesday biing goods for his store at that pia Robert L Hack and Thomas Henry Hack of Rousseau down several rafts of tie on the recent tide 11 Miss Francis Johnson of Alhoj has accepted a position as book keeper and stenographer in Judge S S Tttulbeos store W IL Hall has been awarded the contract for grading the street and laying n pavement in front of CJ LHUos property on Main street John T Denton of Roosevelt was lucre Wednesday Ho huts been taking TUB NEWS over since 4its infancy and says ho couldnot tGfUownrd and Misses Sarah Jane Roberts and Helen Roberts IofLog Lick who had been visit Jug relatives hero for tho past three weeks returned homo Thurs day1V H Whittakcr left Monday for a two weeks trip to Manchcs tcrtb look after his property there Ho Is going to walk across the country to exercise hw muscles The Swann Day Lumber Co re ceived about 6000 logs in their booms on tho recent tide which makes about 20000 now on hand L which will keep their mill busy for several months ickard of Atlanta On who had been visiting his father Capt John Pickard of this place returned to his home last Friday Ho is ono of the leading druggists of his city Day Bros Co have purchased now cult register and an adding machine at a cost of more than 1000 Tho machines will be in stalled in their store hero in about r thirty days The company is addI hug ninny other improvements gating ready for their spring trade v lIon John C Evcrsolo of Bppnoville was lucre on business Monday Ho is a candidate for tlio Republican nomination for Circuit Judge in tho new district com 110S tl of tho counties of Leslie- Ielcluer Owsloy and Perry lIe has just returned from a trip through the district and says his chances for nomination are excellent A nomination in that dis trict is equivalent to an election as it is overwhelmingly Republican Mr Evcrspld is well qualified for 4the position he seeks L r6 The remarkable warm weather j4 of the post few weeks has resulted in a number of lowers and fruit trees putting out buds and some cases leaves GW So well brought to TUB NEWS office last Saturday a sprig tc from a fruit tree in his yard bit rich were n number dev ads and leaves allY blos f anya t LowneyH candies nt Clarence Haddcris A marriage license has been issued to Levi Glover my Miss Jemima Spencer both of Rabbins A K Whitt of Stevenson returned Wednesday from Irvine whoro ho had taken n raft of logs A C Carpenter who has n po sition as railway mull clerk from Louisville to Corbin cnmo up Thursday to Novo his family to Louisville Their ninny friends hero regret to see them leave James L Little tho jailer took Rich Wadldns who was charged with stealing cattle in Wolfe county and delivered him to tho circuit court at Campton Thursday Wadkins is chargedwith a num ber of crimes in this county also Capt F II Enright who has been nt Cartersvillc Gu for soy eral weeks came up last week to look after tho interests of tho Kentucky Lumber Veneer Co at Robbing of which ho is general manager Ho is also manager of a lumber firm at Carteraville Ga IFrc1h nllllcured meats at Haddcns Lost Confluence in Carnes Judge Carnes iw lost tho con Ijdenco of the people ns to his ability qr disposition to givo a fair trial for the Commonwealth and ho should resign It is just such proceedings as Judge Carnes Arcs following that cause tho people to lose confidence in tho courts Winchester SunSentinel Fresh Bread and Butter always on hand at HADDIXS Shooting Affray tAlox Herald was shot and soI homcrtWednesdaymorning his neighbors Wo understand that tho trouble came up over Ilc settlement of some accounts booI tween tho parties CLOSING SEASON SALE I will for the next thirty days sell any article in my store at cost in order to make ready for my new spring stock Ladies uuderI wear hosiery dress millinery goods nt lays than cost Alum BAILEY Dont Curse t lie 1Ionrl1IRemember the Hoard of Supervisors meets next Tuesday nnd will continue in session three or four days to hear complaints of those who think their property has been improperly raised Dont content yourself withcussin tI tho Board but come before them and bring your proof Iurn satisfied that they want to treat everyone right and it is their duty to hear you Fresh bread at C HaddensI A ilciwwtGrimo Jack Lovely son of Joseph Lovely of Rousseau got his leg broken last Saturday in a very pe culiar manner His father owns a grist mill which ground corn into meal for tho neighbors every Saturday On last Saturday morning when the mill was started ns usual a dynamite which some demon had placed between tho millstones exploded bursting tho stones apiece of which fell on tho boys leg und broke it just above the ankle Ho was brought hero Tuesday and taken to Lexington for treatment Ills leg will probably have to bo taken off No punishment can bo too severe for the per petrntor of this heinous crime Fresh Oysters Celery and Cranberries nt IIADDIXS Saturday Sunday Services On Sunday night nt tho McCormick Chapel opposite thee railroad station Evan R Evans preacher will conduct n gospel meeting to whichall are cordially invited Subject Nothing too Hard for God The service will commence nt 030 oclock God willingService at the Baptist church Sunday at 11 a m and 7 p m The W II Setzor will UTIprenchIe Partnership of tho Holy Spirit evening subject Sal vLUqrfin Instant It Thoro four union prayer maelibss next week commencing with rUle Baptist church on evening Pros bulorian church YftsdneWay even lnO Methodist church Tliuradat- ying l Christiaruchurch Friday j i of fancy fruus llarcnco Had OUR COMBINATIONS In order to accommodate those of our subscribers who want to tithe more than one paper wo have arranged the following combina tions which will be in force till March 1st unless sooner with drawn by the publishers We can save you money on any paper or magazine published in the United SUites FOR 1 25 We willsend you The Brealhilt County News and Weekly Jouis villo Herald or Homo and harm ono year FOR Si 50 The Breathitt County News and Weekly CourierJournal or Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer one year FOR 2 00 The Breathitt County News and Louisville Daily Herald ono year FOR 3 50 The Brcalhitt County News and this Louisville Daily Post one year and the Kentucky Governors chart FOR 5 00 The Breathitt County News and the Daily Louisville Times one year FOR 6 00 The Breathilt County News and the Daily Lexington Herald or the Daily Lexington Loader FOR 0 50 Tho Brealhilt County News and the Daily CourierJournalone year Those combinations are for the benefit of our old as well as now subscribers The NEws alone 1 00 per year or 50c six months To the first ono hundredwho Like any of the above combinations we will give a subscription to the American Farmer free This is n campaign year and ouI will want to keep posted GieI us your subscription for any paper magazine you want Wo uarIto save you money Call on or address BREATIIlTf COUNTY NI WSI Jackson Ky Now Furniture StoreiJ Wesley Edwards has recent returned from Washington p C where ho learned tho uphols Ujring and repairing of furniture Ho has opened up a store and will also buy and sell second hand furniture Strictly n cash business Next door to Flee 1ors Jowelcry Store Full line of Sears Nichols canned goods at Clarence Haddcns CONDITIONS HAVE CHANGED Wo take tho following from thoI Icnttyvillo Enterprise Years ago James Hargis hind hosts of friends he has some yet m has more enemies lie was hen and is now a prosperous merchant As long as he attended to his large mercantile interests things wont well when ho entered polities his troubles began Onco men fawned on him now they shun him Many who accepted his bounty with alacrity in olden days when ho had favors to bestow now fight him Such is lifo As loner as n man is in power ho commands when hoI loses the stragglers abandon him Hargis is in his prime in the full strengthof n vigorous manhood ho is resourceful Whoa Curt Jett confessed it looked like he had lost but ho smilingly surmounted that grave obstacle Then Asberry Spicer confessed It looked worse but he survived Unit Now to crown his troubles John Smith has confessed tho news comes that John Abnor will take tho stand against him and tho Court of Ap peals stops the proceedings Tho question is how long cat Hargis holdout This is R battle royal The untamed and tho hith erto untamablo leader of ht sts is at bay lie cannot fly for flight would bo ruin irrevocable lie must stand and fight to tho issue Can ho continuo to snatch victory from defeat or shall his colors go down to rise no more Wo shall jsce Tinio will toll Tho battle wis iQt estin The stakes arc Ig 1 hat of Judge Girnes Will hohoia on 1 Will ho successfully Witlistdnd the darts thatnrp being hurled at hint Or will ho resign lie should resign When a judge loses control of his court and gem onstrates his inability to cope with situation I hould stop dow Cya I fiich Cut SItusA- PIUOPJtIAfB Ion Wactdiny frosons HOWLS PITCHERS TUMBLEHS WINg GLASSES SYRUP STANDS VASES PLATES ICE TUBS ETC JU ICES FRom 500 to 5- 0JewelerH EI NTlJ E MAIN STREET opt THE 1HOEN- IXLEXINGTON I A Tail Line of Wedding KY Silver at Moderato Prices We suppose they are sui porlcd by reasons which to him are sufficient That is his matter He will have to answer to the people of Ken Lucky for his course But what of his reputation 1 Can ho afford lo have said of him the things that arc being said 1 Can ho return to his hocio and family unscathed I These questions are HP to him What of the State Administration Whnt of Governor Beck ham It has been said that he is friendly to Hargis This is no offense but iher things have been charged which we shall not mention lie has never denied these charges to our knowledge Will the people of Kentucky seat him the Senate of the United States with these charges unanswered lIe cannot hide behind local op tion longer He owes the people Jan explanalion Will ho make iLl Andwhat of the Democratic candidate for Governor Will he please mako a statement of his position or will he leave the peo plo in the dark as to his intentions The people want to know Mr linger should answer Let pence reign Let Hargis liavo a fair trial If innocent he should be acquitted If guilty God help him WANTEDI Salesmen and collectors for Per ry Knott Letcher and Leslie counties to sell Singer Sowing Machines Liberal contracts offered Apply or address Singer Sowing Machine Co IncorporatedJackson Ky 12tf 1 D LAXTEU Mgr Milch Cow For SaleI A splendid milch cow four years old giving 2i gallons of milka day This is ono of the best cows in Jackson F B ENDICOTT Sheriffs oaxIWarrant Sale By virtue of a tax warrant in In favor of the Commonwealth Kentucky vs Oscar Clark which issued from the Clerks office pf tho Breathitt County Court now in my hands for collection lorone of my dCIutieswiH9n MONDAY FEB 25 07 between tho hours of 19o lock m and 2 oclock p in at the Court door to the town of Jackson JJrcathilt county Ky expose to public sale to the highest bidder the following property or so much thereof as may bo necessary to satisfy the amount of the plaintiffs debt interest and costs commissions towit A house and lot lying and being in Breathilt county Ky a lot 50 feet front and running back to tho river and known ns tho H F Davis lot in tho Wile II Combs addition to the town of Jackson and adjoining tho lot ojj William Evorsolo levied upon as he property of Oscar Clark agpflef enfant in said tax warrant v j 1cash1811ni AiQR s i r saes era MANTELSI h N We carry a complete line of Wood Mantels Tile Grates Etc a Our mantels are of beautiful design and are vfe fl excellently manufactured t We have many patterns from which to select 1 from the daintiest base to the heaviest cabinet t Catalogues mailed upoiiequest COMBS LUBBER CO No 234 LAST MAIN STREET 1 BQTH PHONES No 139 No 919 WEST HIGH STREET BOTH PHONES No 25 J LEXINGTON K NTUCKYtL KodolHouse On College avenue adjoining Christian Church Desirable lo cation Good four rocm cottage on double lot with splendidwater A good investment lltf F If ENDICOTT SheriffsTjaxWarrant Sale By virtue of a tax warrant in favor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky against Summy heirs which issued from the Clerks ore lice of tho Breathitt County Court now in my hands for collection I or one of my deputies willon I MONDAY FEB 25 07 between the hours of 12 oclock m and 2 oclock p m at the Courthouse door in tUo town of Jack son Brealhilt county K expose to public sale to tho highest bid der tho following property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of the plain tins debt interest and costs and Sheriffs commissions towit I A tract of land lying and being in Brealhilt county KyonQuick i sand creek beginning at a berry tree opposite Riley HowI ards and running with his line to I the top of the hill to Adam Manns line and with his lino around in tho direction of Spring Fork to Jack Howards line on time top of tho point thence down tho point to Sylvester Howards lino known as the Nake farm thence with his lino down tho hill to a mulberry tree marked with 3 hacks near tho bank of Quicksand creek to thei beginning containing 80 more or less levied upon ns the property of Sunny heirs u de fendtint in said warrant Terms Sale will be made for cash in hand- Amount to bo made by this sale 385 advertisings total 1085 Witness my hand this the 18th day of January 1907 BUECK CUAWFORD S B C By S IF FCCUTE D S Stock Profits an be greatly Increased by glvlr spedal care to the health of ivery animal and fowl on ti iar Sick 1 Qt+ lullehogshorses etc depei o livers to keep them BE kDra- Sf and Pau f- dlcina keeps tth versor v s PoutAtrysa pure natural V purifier and acts eguUUfig the stoarach liver and owels aM cures Nog Cho- lerrCtaidcCholera Coil DLConstlp- aal irPr trBrat farm use r P cc5 v FOR DYSPEPSIA DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATReliever Indigestion Sour Stomach Belching oieas Etc HtrAKID ONLY AT THS LAIOIATOHY OF EjCDoWITT te COMPANY CHICAGO ILL TAT5KSONT DRUG GO M t fyh ogYou Will Get All Thats 0- f r 1 Comifoa to You WJ d J THERE iNO FAKERY izrI ttiFIn l- i you pay us yon got ono hundred coots value in 0Ii return a fit a4f g i We Believe in SquucTicatn1Cl1t i Tour worth all the time We 0- M jjthenlt COME TO OUR STORE T Is iSOyou can see for yours 1fth1tlLthe surest way ifF 0- Crvfod f o a Co I 7 II fl JACKSON KENTUCKYei GG i4iFri F l HEADACHES and EYESTRAINS Many who have for years suffered intensely from chronic sick headaches using drugs of all kinds without any benefit have found immediate and per manent relief in- PRoPERCYAbJUsTEbCPSSE Because oyostrainwas1 tho cause TNyOi remove tho t causcrrartd our cure Js lasting ISFAQTION 4UF FtItED i 1 Iu1 FLEENOR JE E D OPTICIAj- aJ ir KSON IUNTUCKY dolIIIIJtelieVei oftra J11geeMxhat- youeaiASKTE Who 7m favorodus wit flue tt oilEsiid the 9uailit tie Tr- rf t + kc r+ Y PURE BRED GOLDEN BRON- ZETURKEYS SoOO PER PAIR tSINGLE COMB A BROWN LEGHO- RNCHICKENS t 1p r j From Prize Winning Stock Fresh eggs for hatching in season i t Prices right MMHAGiN8 JACKSON KY io v fC o W H HendersoiiAfArea Street Opp Pon Office LEXINGTON KY l ca DEALER I- NGrain Seeds Feed Wheat Barleir Okti an Co Clover timothy ilVji Ki DrUB Grass Orchard Nay Stra- r II H Captain In the Ranl1e I I 4 By GEORGE GARY EGGLESTON Cutnirlgltt tXl bv t S Darna A QtMWimi lit Fifth iwiiut- A elJl ro- rmiTPT X I D tmiNO nil this time dullford Duncniriiad been taking his meals nt tin little boarding house ot Mrs Doming TUo other boarders n dozen In nil perhaps lUll not Interest him nt first null for a ijiuo lie took his mails In silence ox kept for courteous good mornings frd good evenings Ills table com panion wcro mainly young clerks of various grades with whoso Ideas nnd aspirations young Duncan was very lightly lu sympathy After a time however ho decided that It was his duty to cultivate nc giulntanca with these table compan tons In whom ho recognized private taldlers lu the great army of work the men upon whom the commanders 1 1 Df nil degrees must rely for tho cxocu yon of their lilauIAccordingly Duncan began to take mi active part In the conversations go lug on about him and little by little ut Injected so much of Interest Into them that whenever ho spoke he was S listened to with special attention Without assuming superiority of any kind he came to bo recognized ns In tf met superior Ho came to bo n sort of autocrat of the breakfast table dIrect Itosthc conversations there Into new tfiaunels and better ones of U was his practice to buy nud read ell tho mngnzInM as they appeared Including the particularly Interesting r lectlc pcrlodlculaof that time In tvhlch tho best European thought was fxlrly represented Ills rending funilshed him Interesting thnies for table tnlkand presently thtjttrightcst ones among his ittmpanlouB there began to question him tnrtJltconcerllll1gtlic subjects he I thus After n gouio of4fhom occasionally borrowed 1rttlngmatter of him by way of still satisfying their interest In the f mutters of which he talked at A little later still these tableJ f mug men cite by ono began ancans room In the and easy fashion of flint time ft 4r lI idjjfrcglon ho made them welcome f lOfout permitting their coming orgf i l2tfdisturb his own evening s In nny serious way IDs OtPreryr large well waflucil bundantly lighted for he had nlmost S pnsElon for light There was wnYII n IHtcc of now magazines wecfe e Iv periodicals and the like on theii- gI 5 In tho center of tho roomriind wtro nlwiiys piles of older Snes JiflMbo big closet Still tarDier there was n stand of bookshelves which was h to be crowded with books kUjiojisht QUO by one as they came out or DDuQittt felt the need of thom Ml frruture jstbo young mans only ex Iravagaiicc nMUjiat wus not tC very rSIeflSIYa one Welcorae Help YOit4L fiend Jl1ot you like and you wont uTs urb lne4V 1lmt was the spirit ot his proctlng to all these his friends when 4 ever they1 entered lila loor and It was I youngj4 among youngmon tuwn JTt V Caffo was nnMU organized communi ty at that timer The great majority ol iJinpeople were ncwcomera from all of the country Who had as yet fiercely lcarnedrto ItIItfr ene 1oth er wur operations hadjfillcd the town for several years past with shifting 1 I 3W1S of adventurers of all sorts whq pFfoiind In disturbed condltlptrs their op t 0irtunlty to live by PreYJIlerc were r A jpinibllujf houses and other evil resorts f Iii dangerous numbers swhero soldiers nud discharged soldiers vn their way itSbrongb too place were tempted to t by every lure of vice nnd every ease of opportunity to go nstrdy Tho solid men deplored these cpndl W ltloibutwero as yetTpbworless to bet cm thg sb of discharged rs the town censed thoJI Nufiuences to more 3L Directly upon thoJlerks and other of Jt yong iiiCJijof the city1 Itself V T circuiiiBtnuccs even the I k Ijujt culjtv ted ofyjtho hard beaded ss muncou fall to regard- S wIth t11wclal pleasure the silent work Jthnt puucan was doing for the salva ii I116uof atle st n considerable group of young men who might otherwiseI biyo fallen victims to the evil condi tions that besetJliem 1 Apart troBiJds astion with jbo ioung rueaub fmiuehfed his room Duncan Jiadhsocial life nt nil Ho t jler vIsLtedMsI t1se cxc pthnt 4 A e tllhl IThIL fecitly h4id liIiu to r t4iijoziillttaIkrorwero IL cnteriMubttwMflet mel oC at fnlrS from W cr lUc vrli 10 visits Wvra iwjWsd Iy omi ircla i d tfurnorjtn 17 ccnrliIcrltlonspt a f t ft tO Iln Jif Her ins lttJo astnishnieut1 Ilberefo pap Cuy at the baard lHncau saId to0 2 that j nllof ar 10 sort lit 1qHqrMi by Uayittt j gtvan ii V VJ Lf ajolll A lurJtafoWOttldC8j r II IIUlijlorI orK soou irI Dl1 rfnkln from the business thOU of tho city end from olhorstho lawyers doctors and tho likeItlIe did what he could ami what ho could wns much This solid men when ho brought the subject to their ntten tlon felt that thIs was nu extension ot that work ot Duncans for 1bfoot torment of tho town which S so heartily approved They sutjscrlbcd freely to tho expense end better still they lent personal countenance to tho entertainments Gullford Duncan also attended one of tho entertainments though It had been his fixed pnrpoid nut to do so The Duncan wnsreason wUt thatflnllford altogether II1UIII 1i1nll n full blooded young man Fronrtho line ot his nr rival nt Cairo until now he had no had tiny nloclatlnn with ameli lien luchns80 t un came to him be accepted ItI1S n bbqu without relajj Ing In nny degree 11U devotion to af fairs CllWTI J 4I l IlIE psoii f1 jYlllorlitloated and tll ted 1rsPein lugs bard1tfbousefrtThr3 lor its tare Lslln fttct iot Mrs flThuthg at nilr t goed lady would pretty ccrtalnl fuivq scored a fnllufa If silo had trio actively io man age sXicli nn cstnbllsluuenti tSho had ncvcF ln her life known cesslty for work of city kind or acq ffcd the least Ik111 iii Itg ilouig SI121Ifl21r J hiceit Ineti In luVur nnd hUll ne ir fenoWti iyS other 4y of living untjrii few moUtUs IJeC rillJulltord Duncan went to take hIseiIIat tutIie what was knowi r SJic hUll lived IIIa spacous 4 and Suieptuously fttrnlshjd suburbnt bouso ife tin eastern clty ntll two years ot qlbcCoro tim tlmo ottuis story tVhen Barbara enie her onl- ytks ss child wns born and orphaned within a single dajf the aunt Had adopt cd her quite ns a matter ofcoiirse iXo sooner hud Barbara censed to b- ha Infant In arwr than she ubgnn to linnlfcst Btrongyihd lIeculla traits ot- thnracterHni ns n little Child she nil so qUeerso old ashlonpd do ByjDU know She had a lisftlltiy childs lore for her dolls and though tho pcrsous arouud illor hind nojeuo i h clearness of vision lo 8ce iras fruitfully and ere I itlvcly ln Ppitlve In her peculiar herf a U IIlIel3 was full ot wonderful ries known only to her of arid tuYMoIJs Every dOll there baJ rrJerpjinlity a history nnil a ehlprcfL3 its own Barbara was the ItttrnabIe them ulltho confidentlaJ- tH d oompaulou who listened to tbe ned recitals of grlefs nnd lorsw t yinirnthotie soul counsellll moor iififurinntrirehy old way chlded threw iityJut firmly for their nils tnlrfsy comRBtided good conduct when vetslrit1lstvered It In them nnd al most mcrcjlcisly rebuked such short comings as common senso should bavo spared tbenl hut htwItJ Stnndlng tho childs Ira aginative gift alto was Intensely prac tical Inji quick witted way that often astonished those about her Sho bad nu CflLt to learn domestic arts 5Iirntltho doljigm whatever sho undertook to do usualjV resulted lu a skill supo tlt to Hiift of her teachers lio loved to haunt the kitchen wharo hei courtesy won even the can tankerous jcook for n friend and tram tier the girl learned so much of her art that tho copk could teach her no moro In the laundry the good natured Irish woiuqn who presided over that depart mont of household economy gave tier always so warm a welcome that tIre child camo to think of tho faithful wo nwn as ono of her choicest friends Wo king with her over a lIttlo Ironing board Barbara quickly became expert In ljtbe finer nud more delicate opera tlons of her art So Barbara educated herself upon lines which she deempd womanly There ins po art of kitchen or laundry or sowlugfrpom In which ns sho grew older sfiodJd not make herself Utesu perior of the highly paid servitors whose skill her aunt employed to per form such fUuttlons For explanation sho said only Oil amto be n woman I must know how to do nil womanly things If I dont know all that better than tho servants do I must always bo dependent upon norvn nts I think that would be humiliating In the same spirit she took up such school studies as sho deemed propegto her womanhood and only such But she gave to each a degree of conscience that always surprised her teachers She had not tho gift of learn- Ing easily but her devotion was such that she learned thoroughly In splto of nil the difficulties- Wheu she was only a dozen years old or so tho little woman took upon her self Uio duties of housekeeper In tier aunts mansion and keptordcrthero In a way that won something like local fanin for hetseIt It wpi not artoyr In tuItion or tlll tIll1ltlsQretIir It was temperament t of Absolute illness was to heM rci llglon aiuWUC servant who Tell la the remotest wuj short of that was quick Iy mjido to think of herself as an un regenerate sinner Absolute neatness was nnothr rcqjulrpmout which tho budding 4lti woman Insisted upon wtUi 111e J 1eljst TiiE I llalnj ty 1rthat three V 1s 110 1UUJpr Uohigsh- ort AtU V A towrc later t I nthanll IIItwltb f 41 i west ami was arldoi t u1 i etLrJp ft= t fal1 rqe Ifii to lfdcHn ooO Mt Ur I ilJiii G r I Ono by one Uieibest of tho jioung men hi tbo town wcro drawn toJIJarhKras table until the dining raomrSvnsMHIed After that any ono wh 4vshedrto Join the circle muil put bin name upon awaiting llstnnd bide his UmellU there should bu n vacancy for Barbara hold that It would be unjust to crowd pres eat boarders In order to take new jonca and HUC bated all injustice Tbo waiting lIt was always long for tho fame of Barbaras tablo was great Heally It was her own skill that made her table famous She hired a cook of course after her llttlo btMlnws be came prosperous end sometimes for a brief while sire trusted to the rooks skill Then her conscience beset her because the breakfasts and dinners nUll suppers wcro not prepared In that jtcrfeotlon which alone could Rntlnfy JhU conscientious little womans soul r You see ltlsnt honest entity Nbc would 8 y In csplnuntlon whenever who rcturncii to tho kitchen and gave per maul attention to every detail Wo are charging these young gontkiiiDU for tbiIr mtaU and It mmis to mo dlshonOst If wo give them less tliaii the best that wo earl They come to us because they have beurd tunt wo servo tbou beat meals that can bo hind In Cairo How moan arid wrong It would bo fur us to trade upon that reputation and give them meals Of nn Inferior quality I simply cant get n cook who will do things nt their best and so I must do most of tire cooking myself and then Ill know It Is well don Site hired n neat handed Phyllis In a cambric gown which Barbara insist edyiust be fresh and clean every day to1 walt upon tire table Sire hired Ihandy negro boy to wash dishes scrub jin prepare vegetables under her own direction She did nil tbo nfore Impor taut part of the cooking herself null tire negro boy fob simply worshiped the girl whom he always addressed as Jlttle Mlssle ITO ns cNTLxUDJ TJIE TEXAS WONDER cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles Spld by nIl druggists or two months treatment by mail for 100 Dr E W1 IIill 2926 Olivo street StLouis1 Mo Send for Kentucky testi mon nlsJt t 22ly Smllel 0 1 Have you tnVilfimHinp It is tire latest reared for nil tire ills ot the flesh anti tub spirit nnd it is cheap All thotfls nocpsar to do to try the now smilo cure which we nre informed the London doctors arc rccomjnending is to lift the corners of the mouth slightly by means of the facial muscles expanding the lips and showing tho teeth rae tice this beforS the looking glass night and morning until the smile lies worn in and the beneficial re suits will be forthcoming jisJritously pfnffai dtf lr gi iifhat it cant bo bettered by smiling over it and there is no joy in hid po joyous that it will not spread a little wider over tho surface of life globe with the coaxingofa smile If you have trouble bear It anti grin Smile and crotle till tho smile grows ins Yji Albany Argus LOIIK Live the King Ii the popular cry throughout Euro pean CJUiitri 8 while in America the ory of the present tiny U Long Llv Dr KlnRiJ New Discovery King ol Throat and Lung Remedies of which Mrs Julia Ryder Payne Truro Mass says It never fnil to give borne diate relief end to quickly cure n cough or cold Iri 1nlnes opinion is shared by a majority ot the inhabit iints of Iris country New Discovery cures weak lungs and tore throat after all other remedies have failed and for cough and cold it is tire onlj mrejBJre Guaranteed by the Jack son Drug Co 60o arid flQO Trial bottle free For the Snko of Sufrtr Mr Smith hail looked In at the now ledger clerks house an evening or two after ho had engaged him nt hU ofilc Let me see Mr Toailln he said pleasantly you like fishing dont jou Yes Very miicli said Mr Tomlln wishing iieryirs nt that moment hurl youSTmcli apart hcnyou went to Tsprth Doron last year I fear I was oho of the unfortunate ones declared Tomlln rihetuil for I only capght cue nltlorront- Ha lrazlnrrglied old Jlr Smith TltalssJustjvhat f expected Not touch good thy going there Qootl iJolorf ed stories la unit i said tho boo- 1tkecpurtt1tnfter the visitor hind gone You lnSv you caught overt entyflslr wclgulug over live pounds LU- tIlip I yhlk1irir first goff Answers 1L A CrI ri JfTfofeiiIHoney and TarfulU Iri- y091 tieIrii tppyInQnIaII1 ClitiUmPtIfl1j A4 Jtetuso 1 Meti1r irntion Some Jokes From the Home of Droihcrly Love 0II dear rtfhcd Miss Mudl I wish I Uuew of nu effective wiry to projorvo my complex LaIt you kpOn the tax In a cool puree It will bo all tight wont Iti Miss IMMiy TlM Idea of her pro tending that Ihe thought my hnlr was mYI Miss lIoxY8 so illly of her Mhis iMtwiy WiiHnt It tlionjjh Miss noxYOtI Just nit If youd buy gray hair If Miss HomnleylUeh tints that Bunco of hoA to do nny thing for her sIres merely icot to oiuinniul him Yes hed like dousli lu Ir hands null I You menu he Ilkoa tire dough In her untie Mrs Hiram Offon Why did you leave your last Place Pretty Siirflmt The couple I lived wit II illduLsngice Mrs Illrum offcnWhy should their dlsnjnvomwitB bother you Pretty Serviint Why tho mistress didnt like rue but the master was quito fond of me tow did you like that coructlst I sent to you risked tho agent Well as you said replied the orchestra lender ho certainly docs play the cornet to bent the band All right eh1 No be couldnt keep tlmePhila dolphin Press =A Wonderful Iliiiumnlnr Prt llr on N V has wltnrdtH on of tire most rfinHrknbledaRM of healing ever recjided Amos F King 11 that placeIIY8 Ilueklen Arch ave cureda IUIO nn my leg will wlileh I have I uH red for over 8 sears I um now 85 Guaranti e l ti mire all sores by Jnrkson Drug 0 25 cents JINGLES AND JESTS t I Vcntrlluiiiilniii fhcros the MntnctncM though the volta Cornea not whence It seeintthT Iea n foolish iwreon who That n wOndtr decoMtlil Often you with eeeenlw words Allhis art CIM dear Words that em to cojne from liMit When tbeyre from tho tips dear Mbw OrlesM TtmeiDenrocmU Tlie Verdict JUllgcWhnt Is the verdict of Urn JuryForeman of tho Jury Your honor the Jury nro all of one mind tempo rarily Insanol Ilpplneotts Magazine They like the Iaw us viIuse nujdV iigiir U what one mother wrote ot unnedyii Laxative CJIIKI Syrup This modern cofRU syrup ii absolute y tress front any opiate or narcotic yOntalna Honey rind Tar Conforms to the National Pure Food mid Drnp taw SulflbyJJackson Urnl Co Pnnilvr lie yearned to sit In confrrcM W And BO we rushed him through So there he sits ami really Its Tho only thing hell do Houston Poit Tin Clnirinliii Vuiiinn in not necessarily one of perfect forth and features Many a plain womaii vho couU never carve ag an nrttctr iindol JllIs ese thow rare qunlltle lint all the world udrnires ncnlnesc tlenr eyes clean gtnooth skin and IhM 4prlKhtline of step and action thai icconipiny good health A physically weak woman Is never attractive tint nen to herself Electric Bitters re store weak women glva stroni nerves aright eyes imuolli velvety skJi beautiful complexion Guaranteed Jackson Drug Cos BCc WctMng a Sweater T7p pure Sotbiauth water not too Snot in muhing a sweater Nocr rub on the swmtor Make su s- instcall Uino the sweater in wa ter of exactly the same temperature as that of tha jvnshing wator Ev cry laundress snows that rule for woolens but not one in a thousand follows conscientiously Never hang a wet sweater up to dry H will sag and stretch anti bo ruined Lay it on a chum clotl on the grass in tire fresh air cmiiisunslrthc if you ann If riot ilol1n flal surface ilUIfyr Hiuig it n ohcwc brij andlat it dry that way How to Aoi 1 Incuinonln You can avIoiTjlJeulII nlitt smith olliyi- erious results from R cuM by ukliip- yoteystllouey nnd Tar Ii tos3tliei- hlgiisIrtISexpss the eshrI rrolllIIiTj 4tj5mnrlt ts mlldly i5ny ulthe genuine In tit cHow sickage lncksell aii CO 1 + Barbecued Rabbit Pr nrc a tthtrahmbit and after skinning hiv it in salt water tor haU uuJuKir Then dip into hailing wa ter w1pedrnriil ruli the surfnco with olive oil oaiectiitter DUlt with pepper Put a prfiHron ver- a helto live cor1s lay the rabbitJI- tnnd fWlV tVHViVt turiuing Al U qncntly so tltne the surface will not become hard mid dry When dono nnd browned transfer th- Littered n serving platter Havo rrcljly a sauce jnndo j f four toa spoon ula of vinegar ono of currant PdurIthiill and fera onco fo y l 11 1 f1 ClIt n Gl1rd onJ11 luro I OIlt1 orrJr1 n c tn inngunco tlmt t Jd 811i1 Tllr or coiiglrs i cttIa11 I X Cr ci f LAW POINTS The nawpr of tire state In tire oxer tIN 0 It bIli3 power to revoke a pltyvlr airs HITIIM tu prmtlp In sits I liio Ii llpflVrt VPHU Packer Kan I U 11 si N RI llrTho pal by the state sIGn of H freight based upon COU1lUlllaji ralmittnn of tho property 18 Hvtjrutt 111111 Norfolk arid Southern Uollway company N oh 1 1 It A N Sh 035 riot to abtolvc the carrier from liability tar full yams of the property It lost through Its negligence A pnsHeiiRpr nntlBod that too next station nt which the train wll atop in Iris dentlnatlon U hell In Bnltlmoro anti Ohio Southwestern Hnllrond com pany vertu Mullen ilL 2 r It A N R liz to hnvo n right to nMtimo Hint tho cnr will lit III nt tire proper place for him to get oil hint to Avoid AiHMl llclUs Most victims ot nipondlcit ors IriiO rlin are hnbittully cotiftlpfiti0- Orliii Lixutlvu Kriiit Syrup ouren- ohronlo o mIIpallnn by hliiinlatiiii she liver and bowel and pastures tilt miniill notion of thin bowal Odin axativu Fruit Syrup dues nut IInll1 pall or grit and is mild nnd pleneaiil- n take Retusa gubttitutvs Jnekooit- Oruc Co BIG BATTLESHIPS Tho force of the argument seems to bo In favor of tho trig ship and tho Blnglo battery of powerful long ntngo sum especially as with tho use of turbines n speed of more than 20 knots can be JNtW York Sun Clear up the complexion nlennfr the liver awl tone the Pysten You nil best do tliiit by n duse or two of Do Wlltj Iitllo Early KI46M Snfe re Incltf little Iill II wllhR ropntdlinir file pill that cvprjomi knows 1U iitnmendrd by Jxcksnn Drug Oa rntr I ahot nn arrow In tbo air Nor market the courso on which it Ipetl- Th n jumplnc cab how I did swear Tho blamed tiring landed on mr hand IhllaJtlphla Press 4MeiuOrlLilsJ Irry One of the rtnjswo remembor with lnuurt us well us whir prillt to our lenlthU tho one tin whloli we he camB nCqnainlHl with Dr KinR1I New Wfe Pills tire painless thai tire hendnclm arid blllhillfllln nnd deep his bnweU rlijht 2lit Jackson Ottug Jos Flit Vsr IfC4WIlI iscil Theres n mnnwho ftTJSit on work Ing VYos Bohe mien Magazine Food dont dlsI Uecsuie tire itnmacli laiiks vnmeane of thu PSCI II ijaldiprglnmg nr tht dlReitlvc juices nb not hPriY blllItlldlhllI IUM a IS tlJ tuiMllppstKl fuMiTint eties iouni rod painful Indifieatluii KodiLThr IndlRpstiou fhoutd be meil Mfrclfeft KiHlul U n solutfon of vege able nadV It digest whnt youent and covi4rho defiaionoif ot t lie dl geption KoJul conform to tho Nation al Pure Food rind Drug Law SuM tiers by Jackson Drue Ou MlxunimlriicJ Mini The setter Trot I pine I die For you oh nppla of my cyo The maM replied Your Joke Is mot nut this pfhoapptos not to oat Judge When the odd winds dry and crack the skin n liuz of sulye cnn save mncfi jllspoinfiirt In btiyitiR nlve look for he nellie yi the box to avoid units tions nnd b sure to get the orffelfnl DeUiiii VIpli Hazel Salve 1ttIttby- Jaokton Drug Go rf vK The Onlr Wur 1 Ho earned Io000 last year with lila pen jr Goodness Wlidt did ho cxposoy New York Times An IursIdhottritnger- I One ul the wornfeatures of kidney trouble i mitt it Inn inidloiis dU tale amid before tiny victim rxnlizes Iris danger he may loire n fatal inalndy Lake Folejs Kidney Oure nt the first sign of tire trouble ui It corrects ir lIrightI1Ientlo uad IJtfltit t A man Itl ttftcn In his cups When I1r kllll from II rluJ And he wno often In his cups IB often In jugL a Philadelphia Press 4Nearly ever34jsrsun tvlio It subject Io attacks froirttho ftomnch and bowels suffers from o morblddreid n dletic treatmeiit fiir relief that is three four tin sfheyntiedii slid nnefotirth toast andtnfjk On tho oilier linnd you cnn eat its you plume soil tljjeit lliH food LIthe phI nf n gttII I dlj eitnnt tJlus gIviig tire lirpd stomatjli equally as niiuqif test Eat whnt you luIeite m d tnke a Uttlu Kudol Fur I dljeilliiii huti tat youSIJbyJeckswuDrug Drue anil DOOR On Datky In bakery pointing in show nlseftdutsworhw6rth of dem over da And lays down n nickel to i iy for tbemJuilgeI Ati Unfrilr Jhc Sho cnrtoSBhe nllllcIShr sped the Erp q Cuiitd1 iO lalejistlrs I Sh smIle- dBJofleettn Y heart a1IIJ44 Now York Life 1 Miilhenuvliit Rive their chidren KeniirdyfsLixatJvn Uou h Syrup nlVnrlUly Jhdor It Children jjko lu lake It because the taste U no hisluj Rpf Contains Honey rind Tar It jg thq SyrupJeI RAILROAD TIME TABLES Iat LE RAILWAY VIXTKU T1IU13 TADU3I EFFECTIVE NOY 18 1005 WEST HOUND i o NO Dully O 1- 5Daily Ex Sun Alt rn Lv Jaeloron U 10 H90- 0ii 1C unction 0 15 9 25 Elkatnwa 0 SO 2 ftO Athol 0 40 2 12 TulloKii 0 49 U 00 St hubris 0 M- Ueattyvillcjunct 8 t t 7 OT a 211 Torrent 7 J1- 0Campion n 41 Junct 7 48 a 57 Dundee 752 01 OB Filson S ON 4 H Stanton 8 1ft 4 23 Clay Ofti S 25 4 8- 5LFisItii1oL I 00 l 07 Winchester ti 12 Ii 20 Ar Lexington 0 tJ5 d iS EAST HOUND VO ii NO 4 Daily Daily Kx Sun PM A M Lv Lexington 2 2f 7 Il Winchester a 10 8 18 L B Junct a 2S 8 26 9 02 OpStnnton 0 10I Kileon J g D 22 Dundoo u lv8- Climplon t 9 Jot Jiinofc 4 Jf ti ns Torrent 4 R- YHonttyvilloJunot 9 M 5 18 iO 17 St Helens R 2B 1095 lnII CUll f 7- Athol 10 85 5 4ft- Klkntnwu 10 m G OC 11 10 OKhmct 0 10 11 15 Ar Jackson ti 15 11 20 CONNECTIONS L E JUNVTIONTrninsNos 1 and a will make connections with C O Ry fqr AH Sterling CAMPTON JUNCTION All trains connect with Mountain Con teal Itnilwny for Pino Ridge and Cain pton- nEAlTVlLLEJUNCTION Train Nos U 3 and 4 connect with L A Ry for HeattyviUe O K JUNCTION Trains No lCoimttiekyfor OHAS SCOTT G P A h Sb1frers A AIr 0 Pbeaistls4 t Wti5 WARDSII11 oiI RotC Jid Lftst P stlineM know of Liii grat ir4Ic youhaedial but ffltt ibis Ihnviaghtrial op by pbyiklsn mid rJellc 1 toruriMo base bern rolioTnl aril permanently ctirr tain lobe cured liny a bM lie today mitt commence Prlco DOc I Your ArnrgM 1- 1Wanl nbumaUc and Liver Pills trIte wont unt y TOU accept no rnlMtltale but ttn as M rmt and we- tyl 1 forward rnti a bottle prepaid On the market fOr tlilrt lIre jean THE PfllHCE MEDICINE COMPANY 122 Hampshire SI Cambridge Mass j iiiiEio TARI CUrtiS Coldsi Prevents PneumonIa Florida und Cuba Tliu Wilier 111rlllllldIKn ily unit Quickly ICvnclicil via tho Spuihcrn Railway AND THE juitux t oiucscHXT UOUTF Wast nndcononient schedules ljuipniorrtIiuriing ATTKACTIVK TOURS tieICuba Key West or Nassau N P nt low rates- VARIABLE HOUTE TICKETS hThoLnndroot or vice versa with Htopovcr privileges AII FLORIDA SPICIAL In service ucuiti boKinnuij rllninary 7lh Solid Irnin with latest lltcl80nillo j change Florida Limited now on daily Cheap llomespokors Tickets on Indll1nTorrHor J other points in tho west south west and southeast lanunry 15 February B and 1J itinilAMarch Sand ipaFor illustrated literature rates or complete information address any agent of the Southern Unit way1 a JF LOCjjkN Traveling 1I ssenIgee rlflt Lexington Ky C DistrictPassenger J JenPassO K Railway Lfteotive iiind 1M5I East is undldnoltnd Ii STATIONS IAJoILVrfLV IUARU 1w r Iitd IM Online Olty 1210 6 t2o 457a5g4 MO llnmpton 1202 4t03 15S6 333 3G2 3109O 1LA tt An VfA AM LV WL I Nis 1 rind 22 will make clu e ncotlun nl O fe K Junction with Noif S and J for point on the Lexington A Kaitern hallway M I qwijy Smipt Mountain Central Depart Arrive rt 00 n in Campion 1110 It in r 200 p tn Cnmpton 0 00 p in DepartK1 00 r MiCiunptoiVun 4 40 pin Make councctionwithnil 14 L pnssenfjcr trains 0 ac KRILH COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNl I FOil cONSUMPTION OUGIIS and OLDS IBureltt18t0uT0b0mfu1and LUNG TROUB 1 j LES or MONEY BACK I A 1 RfJSIWBNDENCINES ninstitimpIeduratlo l I enclosed 11 lid ficu fruII duet ad wnther 1 wheelsrcvolvFnstrlillg the sails without rivets or bolts and thuse of I 48 sails in whieci IS A FEATITur A Jon hI C alortau 11111 llM vt or wr 1L1lsj 11 vttr 5srarr wrtlr IhlU otn tall tTHE HEIUteRAUttSR CO Alupolooii Ohio U S A t 1unsfl I From Isaac Shelby to J C W Beckham KENTUCKy- LGOVERNORS I 1dPtu throctuatingrodXTURILWrit First Tlmo Their nciurw have FR E EThe EEBeen iv ICoyernoriKentukyIn ordtrto place these pictures In a permanent form theyhave been arrangeI In I ofaUstatistical data history of tie RuuoJpan War sire late mp of the Uniteti Nateg iotltea lsnama Canl 1alern Dnd W sltru llemrapherercports of thc last IhrcentIouatarid much other lilstorlcal h censue Thl unique end ealuableAtiqi Is FRaU to AU HVENINO POST SUflSCIIgQII not now a subscriber end Jioo for II lull year subscription by or zto r Is uboacrlpllODThe Kvenlng Post pabllilie six or more edition lnlty nat the latent edition tacit render according to the time that It will reach them a HOI tq The venltig Post ii first In everything and has the moat Utile newS and bet rIlorjJlorsib Ifiu 1 pdal Price on Chart and Even The Breatbi County News on Gpvcrnora Chart 1 thr DO Eegularji 5 1