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they miss that old tom cnt They surely did forgo Beckham should an extra ses sion And tax that old cat yet Has about all that wo have left That is exempt from tax Now men you know this is no joke For Im telling the fatty Another thing about that tax It must be paid when due or Theyllarrest outllie to jail be hang you too Some say Beckham is n mighty minWell think HO if you choose lies Bill Gocbels coat six years Andnow wants McCVearys shoes Perhaps he is n very great man That is for us men td say Is ho qualified to take the Occupied by Crittcndcn and by Clay l I write this to satisfy some men And put then minds at ease I am free and independent yet And vote just as I please I know poor and not much ac count But I do best I can I wear no collar that I cant takeoff For I dont belong to any man I see Bryans broken loose again With a platform bright mid new Ito wants to confiscate the railroads now Ho says thats tlm thing to do Well I dont know perhaps hes right And thnts trio thing to do If they take all a poor man Why not rob the rich nun too Well I dont own any railroads Just dogs and oneold cow And theyve the tux so high on them That Ill have to them now Good bye old rooster I must leave you now Though rather hard to do When youcrow for right and justice r will come back to you Theres going to be a storm in this old State Now remember what I say will rip that rooster up trio back On next election day You old Kadicals must como to me Of course I know you will Next week I mean to bo baptized It C Hill George Allen been recommended by Representativeelect Langley for postmaster at Noblo this county Tho appointment will be made next week AFTER THE R nCTION How Would a Buzzard Dot Oh you heat that mighty storm As it sweeping by l I thought 1 heard a rooster squall And 1 seen feathers fly The election now is over The feathers nil flown away Langley killed every rooster that we 4 Why my hensw layTThat rooster was old and could not light fYou know that this is Next fall lets try another fowl How would n buzzard do 1 Beck ham hagsrare stillon top But they d better not forget Tho they have those nominations They are not elected I They chinet had better oil that old ma running gear have sent Hopkins up time spoutWell to them this year That machines nowvgctting old I dont think that it will do Theyd better got nupthcr if they can For next theyll need two They have defeated filcCrcnry And Uncle Joe Blackburn too Tho great battles to bo fought jjAndit Waterloo Some say Bccklmm i but a boy And does the best he can Well a boy may do for a Gov ernor But n Senator should be n man If he should go up Washington Now what would ho do then There are no boys there to play with him For the Senators they are MEN Now just a word to Hopkins On which ho may depend- It does not pas to act the traitor To n true and loyal friend You know what he told Judge CoopcrJWell say that he lied Ho said Give up the track years ngocAnd this time hed stand aside The Democratic party is for the poor You know thats what they teach That doctrine it is very good If theyd practice what they pijeach They say a Democrat willno i They say it is a shame under this secret ballot G though They there just the It There are many men just like my selfrJust a poor old Democrat But I will not vote for a party or JUcnWho tax a log or n cat I never was no to joke I am trying to tell the facts For I killed the last old dog 1 had Because I could not pay those tux My little boys nre in trouble now They cry most every day land say dont vote for those wick ed men For they killed our faithful Tray Now Democrats dont mad nt me For I love every one of you And I would love to see youall repentpFor Im sorry for tooJ yettWho0 may they they see the errorof fAndsays Glad to see all men repent To save poor lost Democrats I IIe thinks he been sent So study this matter l- An ponder on what I say i a V 1 1 can be baptized together Almost any day Now I write this for no joke I believe it every word If theres any old rooster tint did escape Next fall well kill that bird Uiijoyx Tim News BUFFALO N Y 1 2G 07 J Wise Ha ins Kditor Brcathitt County News Dear Sir Enclosed you will please find our check No 115 to pay our subscription to TUB NEWS for one year We greatly enjoy reading Tail News take pleasure in re newing our subscription Yours truly TAYIOU CHATK Says Tho News Is All Right KUZAHKTIITOV TKNX January 20 lOOT J Wise IIn ins Jackson Dear Editor You will please find my check for two dollars to S S Jctt Cos subscrip tion I am always glad to your paper for it is like getting a let ter from home Notwithstanding my absence for over twenty years from land of my birth it still feels near dear to me for tie happiest days those of ray child hood spent in old Breath tt and I still think of them with fond recollectionI glad to see that there are enough good people that are trying to maintain andor der after so much crime and 1 trust assassination is at an endand that the guilty will soon get their reward meted out to them I hope to visit my old Kentucky homo time and especially my old home in Brcathitt county I hope to see you in person again time and allow me to assure you that the world kwith you in your stand for right and justice and it will not be long till right will be triumphant all Again thanking you for your paperIain your friend 1 1 IK AM C JKTT Shot imam Ambush Milton Martin son of exCoun- t Judge DaYid Martin of Knott county was fired on from ambush J days ago on Beaver Creek by persons who had hid in the Woods near the public road Ho was shot twice not seriously David Martin the boys father was assaulted ut c the Mi1ilL 113 crcrnl tmestritl- s nesr IVarrarits were issued IpiaVginj Wyalt Martins sons with shooting at with intent to I tJnox A T SIJLKK Candidate for IMIIroml ComiuLs f stoner Oinsinimt Intro ler 1 Covington Newport are for A T Siler for reelection bey eauso ho has stood by them anti their interests Silcr should bo renominu and elected becisello has 1md one term of office and is better fitted to serve udoplo a second term The Republican party in the third railroad commission district has heretofore gone on record at all times for a second i term in this oflice No man in ollico has ever done moro for his people during h term of ollico than Mr Silcr has lie has been active in season and out of season the shippers of Kentucky know this to bo Tho people who lmQtodenl with the railroads are rallying to the support of Mr Slier in every county in time district The Intruder desires to goon record now as favoring his nomination and election Besides endorsing faithful public servant it means strength to the Republican party among the es jot people where in whoso behalf A T Siler has been active dan officer Wo think Republicans without a dissenting voice should go to their convention on April 20 107 and vote f6V him Jesse Wilson aged 09 died at the homo of his son Robert at Sturgeon Owsloy county Sunday night He leaves a large family h c bi r flrv i i tA I The Largest Circulation I rt OP ANY PAPER IN THIS SECTION J and OF the and p itho A and ir J Im did call you you worn sent Im the has two got kill its Wo By Col has did came some hind true and yet We fall two TJ cross But got same man get you you has over Wo lId Kv pay get the and were law some some over few but kill and Mr ted his and true mass tho and 11frre1 Sometimes its hard to con MJI sonic people If you eare reasonable and apprecia tiWjliwell be able to how you tlic excellence of our A Monuments Wed like to talk over the- N niomment question with yon telling you how much it will cost and the cheapness R M SHELYS MONUMENTS JACKS ON KYJ Want a Farm ORA TOWN LOT 1i lOur list of farm lauds and town lots in cludes the best in Breathitt county and aC11S01155 j t It doesnt cost you anything to got what you want through us If we havent got what you want we get it F T FJ HAGINSBLANTON REAL ESTATE JACKSON KY IL a e t j 1 1 l 1 M IXE 01I 1 111 li tl PA NTS oG- E i R 111 14x J1ISt II received a full line ttr which we guarantee Wi Jt pJ e 7 Vlll 1 cover more RpaceIast ti f lollijo HlJHt Sbctel than A to 111any otherIhint made Call jt 11 4 and see color cards and get t Tt fl prices j- dt t IivtI i 11 Jackson Drug Co ig W W J v I Here We Are The Celebrated r HANAN SHOEThe Best on EarthI PRICE SOO PFLIcrj i For Sale By j DAY BRaS CO kfl Jaeksoi Iegtuely e- ei i I f s jr I r f f tI I The Breathitt News I SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE J WISE HAGINS EDITOR 255t52S2525ii525252S25arn iN DR 0 H SWANGO u PNYSIc IAN AND SURGEON OFFICE IIOURS8A M TO 4 P n I 11AKUIS BUILDING 1MIS I m KENTUCKY rn ls252525252522S2S A H PATTON ATTORNEY AT LAW r LI OFFICE IX CRAWFORD BLDG JACKSON KY III 3 FRIDAY FEB 1- CORRESPONDENCE QUICKSAND Duvall Back and family left last Sunday for the West to make their fnture home Rev and Mrs K T Preston of Raven Roost visited th home of Shug Frazier last Friday The roads are bad in this neigh borhood and the mud is so deep in srno places that it is almost impossible to pass The smiling face of James It Hack of Hound Bottom was sec here last Thursday Come again Jim we are glad to see you Miss Hattie C Kraul one o our Sunday school teachers has gone on a visit to friends and rein tires in Chicago We are sorr to lose Miss Hattie as she was nn earnest worker in the Soul rin SocietyWe G W Whittaker hIlS recovered from the Territory fc vor as he is improving his farm at present There are some others around hero who seem to liar caught the fever and are talking of going to the West Michael Robinson purchased 20 ties during the last tide and when he had them inspected they wet found to be nearlall culls and blackoaks Mike sa shno more tio inspecting for him and th it t ha will get somebody to inspect i his place next time We think Quicksand is right i- nl the heart of the world Wo hay a nice Sunday school every Sun day a store and postoffice and h td a good school with J F Frazier as teacher which closed a few 4weeks ago Wo can also gt mob plenty of whisky but we don t itL HOSE OF SUMMER y ROUSSEAU John Hcnsley is building on his wifes farm A B Kisner bought a mule and a calf from Gale Howard Our people are very angry aboi the blowing up of Lovelys mill with dynamite Gale Howard is selling opt prep trmg to go West about the mid the of February People if you dont want to sec the devil stay away from Wolfe creek It is said that he lives there Mrs Elihuc demons is revy low with a cancer and is waiting the coming of Christ to take her home to heaven i CLEMONS Bomb to Mr and Mrs Ros i Barnett a girl Hrison Fugato went to Jackso Saturday on business Preston Fugato is preparing to t builda house on his farm near Ben Clemons Mrs Nellie Combs visited Bet Clemons and other relatives here the past week Mrs Margaret Barnett has gone r to a hospital in Lexington to lhave an operation performed Revs Daniel Mclntosh S P Carpenter and M D preached interesting sermons the residence of Elihue Clemons SundaySince tho new distillery has been in operation a few tigers have been seen on the South Fork May God help us and that they will not be seen any mow in our rr fT i county for whisky is the ruin of many a poor man May our country men all become good citizens and spenda dollar of their mono for THE BUKATHITT COUNTY NEW and read it instead of drinking so muchstrong drink You will feel much better OWSLEY COUNT- YIIOONEViLLE Everybody was shivering Monday the thermometer was hover fins aroundzero Mrs step wife of our blacksmith died Monday and was buried at Green Hill Tuesday Last week it was mud up to your knees this week the ground is as hard as Holibays sugar The boys who carried saw logs to the market below usually sold at Irvine and trot satisfactory pricesBro Hows elder of this M E conference district held his regular quarterly meeting at this place Saturday find Sunday The cold weather prevented a full attend once Since Tack Barkers visits to Boonoville have become weekly his Cow Creek friends are dubious that the Lodge of Odd Fellows is not the only attraction at this place and they fear serious results Jesse II Herd who has been living at Mason Ohio for sonic time and who is supposed to have amassed good fortune has comeback among his old friends to spend it and is now living in then Grant Smith property at the mouthof Winklcrs branch correspondfBreathitt county that made 80 first class railroad ties Dan Strong one of our citizens of this county cut an oak tree this winter out of which he made 8000 2 ft boards 600 paling slats and 60 firstclai railroad tics Who can turn him down with a more valuable tree 1 The Supervisors of the count were in session last week and fine ished up their business They report the total value of property etc listed for taxation in Owsle o county for the year 1907 to be 933308 They raised the value- e of property etc from what it had been listed to the Assessor to the amount of 63080 They also report that 054 dogs have been- n listed in the county for taxation and would be glad to hear from a county that lists more dogs fore taxation than Owsley YALLEU BRITCHES PERRY COUNTY STACY LGreen Campbell returned from Jackson Monday G rge Back tio inspector for- T yr1ord passed through here Monday Emery Napier is preparing to more his family near the millon Francis branch Joe Stacy and Cornelius Combs were in our settlement Saturday- t They put several of the boys un ler bond Frank Horn passed through here Friday night and captured Will Combs who broke jail at London some time ago Will Edwards of Lost Creek was on this side Tuesday looking for some of the boys to take them to their homethe jail E Campbell hauled a steam mill from Malon Jones on Lost Creek for John Jones of Noble It was taken to the Long fork of Buck horn John Campbell entertained ate dinner Monday Emanuel and Ma rion Campbell Tanner Lovens Vampbellenjoyed the dinner Any Born to James Stacy anti wife a boy K L Combs is building a new house Larkin Smith has completed his now house Elzy Smith is attending school at Hazard 0Jelin Smith was the guest of- Hay Smith Sunday night Samuel and Joshua Smithand Green Fugato are attending Berea collegeJoe Stacy has been appointed Deputy Sheriff He will make al- good oftlcorand will execute every J f N- MI rr w Lexington Banking Trust Companyv J Savings Department Pays 3 per cent on Time Deposits Safety Vault Boxes for Rent A GENERAL BANKING AND TRUST BUSINESS Acts as Administrator and Executor Serves as Guardian and Trustee Stocks and Bonds BusEastern Accounts and Central Kentucky Banks Solicited INTEREST PAID ON BALANCES CAPITAL STOCK 60000000 STOCKHOLDERS LIABILITIES 60000000 ABSOLUTE PROTECTION TO PATRONS 120000000 LOANS MADE ON REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL SECURITIES SECURITY PRO VIDED ON OFFICIAL BOND OUR FACILITIES ARE AMPLE FOR THE EFFICIENT TRANSACTION OF ALL BUSINESS HANDLED BY CONSERVATIVE TRUST COM PANIES CORNER SHORT AND MARKET STREETS LEXINGTON KY paper that is put in his hands 1 Combs Smith have returned from Jackson where they delivered about 600 ties Joe Richie has moved here fo the purpose of building house s for Richard and II Smith William Smith W J Combs Isaac Jones imd John Mullens visited their sick friend H Smith Monday Lacy Combs while on his wa from Jackson to Hazard had tli misfortune of having his wngo break down near hero Sunday Samuel Bush was appointed trustee in Hiram Hollidays placer wish him much success and hope lie will succeed in having a new school house built in District 43 Among the sick arc Hillar Combs who has the grippe lI smith who has been sufferin with the toothache and Eliza Jane Stacy who is very low with typhoid fever Lucy Jones died January 24 Site was about 111 years old She requested her friends to keep her body three days which they did Her remains were interred in the Jones grave yard by the side of her husband John A Lee Jones F I Clay Jr Paris Ivy says I can recommend Bourbon Poultry Cure to any one who ha unhealthy fowlas I have ha- great success with it on my own flock On several occasions I have cured chickens that were too sick to stand up or eat So far I have pst but one old fowl this year II frequently put a little of the medicine in the drinking water ns it keeps the fowls in a healthy condition Sold and guaranteed by- Day Bros Co- Protect Your Treed There are few things in life from which wo get more comfort and pleasure than fruit and shade- trees Here is a receipt which it- is said will prevent rabbits and mice from gnawing them To one peck of limo add while warm otie quart of crude carbolic acid four pounds of sulphur andone half gallon of pine tar Stir well a id apply It is guaranteed to- act like a charm i The gladdest words Of tongue or pens Just now are these I own some hens W T Ballenger Lexington HOgjClOlern that will cure and prevent cholera Soldand guaranteed by Day BrosI Company FOR RENT E1 desirable six room cottage on- lho Heights in Jackson Rates lisonablo Apply to Ire tf Mas J J 0 BACH t r 1 I11r Ackert VicePresident Manager of the Southern Railway Company said today Some question seems to have been made in the newspapers re operartors employed on our line While this comment has been mndo in connection with the catastrophe which happened Thanksgiving morning near Lawyers Virginia in which President Spencer lost his life no such question could witheoperatornthere at fault was 22 years old 1These comments have howcvc caused me to make special invest gation to ascertain definitely the age of operators employed on other standard lines I find that the ages of operators on our own line are well up to the standard age it being universally considered that un operator if of sufficient intelligence is entirely reliable for suchwork at 18 years of age which is the age permitted by statue in one or more states Some well managed companies ac cept operators at 1C years of age if their character und intclligeno justify While heretofore the Superin tendents and Train masters have inspected the offices and the work of our block operators we an now inaugurating a system of devotedact under the direction ofour cheif dispatchers This system of requiring the blocksheets to bo filled in tin Chief Dispatchers oflice was dis carded by us sometime ngo be cause of the possibility of fixing up such sheets before they were sent in and hence this would give us no reliable information as to the actual performance of duty by the operators It has been deter mined that inspection of the work itself at unexpected periods and at irregular intervals is a more reliable and satisfactory test of the fie Jclity and etfcciency of the operators This is the method we have been pursuing and under the S Stem of special inspection will con tinueStop with Hart Bros at Reed Hotelwhen in Lexington Alfred P Thom General Coun salof the Southern Railway Company and P J Conlon First ricePres5derit of the International Association of Machinists two- lof the arbitrators selected to dc on the wage scale to be paid machinists on the Southern Railway Company have reached an agreement without the necessity of calling on Judge George Graw of Delaware who was selected as- the third arbitrator The award thus reached by Mr Thorn and- Mr Conlon is as follows That Southern Railway Company grant to tho machinists nt all the shops of the Company except tho shops at Birmingham and Sheffield an increase of two cents per hour over the pay such machinists were respectively receiving pcr hour on the thirtyfirst day of August in the year nineteen hun dredand six and do grant to the machinists at the shopslit Birmingham and Sheffield respectively IIn increase of one and one half cents per hour over andabove the pay such machinists were respectively receiving per hour on the finid thirtviirst day of August in thl year nineteen hundred andsix an- do grant to apprentices at all tho shops on increase of one cent per hour over andabove the pa suchapprentices were respective receiving per hour on the thirt tint day of August in the yea r nineteen hundredand six The wage settle as fixed by th arbitration is to be effective as or September first nineteen hundred and six nnd shall remain in elTo t as between the Company and the machinists and apprentices until the fifth day of November in tlis year nineteen hundredand seven Brightest Snappiest BestTHE aLE TIMES fills the bill Published ever week day afternoon You kee postedon EVERYTHING when you read TILE TIMES Regula r yearYou0 Breathitt County News both ont year for only 8 OO Send your order to The News not The Times READ THE TIMES AND KEEP UP WITH THE TI- MEFOLEYS 10NEMARI originalLAXATIVE For coughs colds throat and NonoalcohollcGood The genuine faabyFoloy I AGKSOST DRUG GO t I BROS r DAY J =COMPANY= tk t Wholesale and Retail d L f have the most complete stock of t tj Ever brought to Jackson Consisting I of Wo have the lincslI e line of shoes in EnstJ orn Kentucky Our mciis shoes are of lt the latest style For the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lots of Shoes money could buy THE LATEST DESIGNS IN MILLINERYThis Department is under the agement of Miss Margaret Basket manCcan show you Ae Latest Style Jfrats fJ direct from New York City Also FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS In all the Latest Patterns and weaves Fresh ketsI s or FURNITUREWe are the people you are looking for we have it by car loads to suit l every body Come and see us our I V iiiHiilllliiuiiHiiiiMlluillJPrices huh111111111111111UIIIIIIIIIIIUUIUIIIlh11I1UU IIII1111llul111111UlulAl1111111 t I111lIll IIWP crr 1COMPANY Jackson Kentucky r It The Breathitt News PtibllHlicdKvury Irldiiy CASH SUDSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAR J WISE HAG INS Euiron Saturday is groundhog b7 Alex Wnltth is ill with In grippe You can get n nice steak or pOlk 3liQp8 at C Hiiddens Born to Mr and Mrs 1ric Back of Quicksand a boy Mrs 11 C Had went to Lex ington Wednesday shopping I Kelly Knsh made n business trip to Lexington Wednesday Kd Davis of Lost Creel Icicle two largo wild cats last week Hov Crockett of Cnnncl Cit is visiting Rev W Green C lladdcn keeps a fresh supply of nllldmhor good tiling to cat Ada May little daughter of Robert Blake isvery illwit pneumonia Miss tiny Kincaid of Tallega has gone to Cincinnati to inaki her borneJohn Bobbins of Mt c Sterling is visiting her sister Mrs ltV Prowitt Tallies FSimor hail been np pointed postmaster at Leo City vice John P Graliuiu resigned F B Endicott roturned from n trip to Paris Lexington Carlisl and Winchester on Wednosday Mrs T W Harrow of Mont gomery county is visiting her daughter Mrs Clarence Hadden A good lot for salo on 1atloi Avenue Or n house may l o built for a router See W J Dodge Henry H Noble returned the first of the week front Cincinnati where ho purchased a now stock of goods Mrs Polly Ann Carpenter ol Quicksand was tho guest of hot sister Mrs Surah Strong a few days this week Mrs Blair McLin and children Mauri no and Robert have been confined to tlralr rooms with la grippe this week Apporson Whitt has rented tin lower farm of D H latins near Stevenson and will take possession of the sumo in tho near future Floyd Xapior has returned front Indian Territory maim has located on tho head of Dumb Batty branch with his mother and two brothers Rev Greenville Stacy of Ca ncy was hero Tuesday lIe is preparing to move to tho John Wesley Mann fnrm near Lambric Rich Wad kins plead guilty in the Wolfe circuit court to theft charge of stealing cattle and was sentenced to tho penitentiary for two years J S Trent is building a storehouse near Lazarus Hacks on v Quicksand and will open up a general merchandise store there in a few days Services at tho Christian church Sunday morning The subject will be What God Kxpccls of Us Four additions at the Christian church Sunday BI com o Walters red wife of Clay City were our guests tho first of the week Mr Walters has n position as saw hammerer and mol with tho Kentucky Saw Mill Co S E Vaughan has purchased P II Harris interest in tho photo graph gallery in the postoflicc building Mr Harris and his flintily will move to Virginia about tho first of March to make their future home John T Graham of lee City has purchased a farm in Montgomery county and moved to it last week He has been postmas tel of Leo City for several years but resigned so that he could devote his attention to funning Mr W J Parrott from Praric Grove Arkun only brother of L Parrott and tho only living uncle of Mrs Minerva L Hagins and II L Hales came in Thursday night to visit them It was their first meeting in thirty years Buy a farm in famous Texas Panhandle Will make you rich Wo own large tracts Prices and terms right Excursions twice monthly Good agents wanted For particulars writo to Texas Southwest Colonization Co Min neapolis Minn 1215 b v About alto Truth Tho editor of tho Hoatlyvill Enterprise has discovered thnt everybody wants employment but very few want work Chicken Act Upheld Tho Court of Appeals last c01e uphold tho conslitutiunality of the legislative act of 1001 makinj chicken stealing U felony Tin net in question makes the felon punishable by imprisonment in time penitentiary from one to fie yours for stealing chickens to the value of Sil or more CUlt Kwcn Conies Clear Capt H J Kwen who was in dieted for perjury in the Wolf circuit court for testimony ho gave in a civil suit pending in thin court hind his trial time first of thii week and was acquitted Ewer was vigorously prosecuted by th Commonwealths Attorney nlld was defended by A F Byrd nllli T C Johnson of Tallega Fresh Pork anti Sausage nt Clarence Haddens Tho Union Revival Tho revival which began in the Baptist church is being continued under the direction of Rev K G H Mann at the Methodist church A committee of tho sovcra churches has been organized to as gist in the work At in the pro ious services much good is bent lone Tho public is earnestly in vited to attend and take part in those services which arc held daily at 2510 and 7 p m Elgin creamery butter at C Haddong Big Land heal The Continental H catty Com puny have completed a deal for tho salo ofthcir coal and timber Intlds in Hrcathitt Knott mind Perry counties to tho Southern Timber Land C Mineral Company of Nashville Tonn for an amount approximating 1000000 There aro 12000 acres Tho Southern Land Timber Company is com posed of Tennessee New York and Philadelphia capitalists head ixl by former Governor Henton McMillin of Tennessee Lowncys Candies at Clarence Ilndden4 Marriage Licenses Tho following marriage license have publication been issued since our last Jets Messer of Vustaml Arbor ry Marshall of Noble John Walklns of Oakdale and Maranda Haddix of Klkatwa Pierce Hounsholl and Hcrllm Hack both of Stevenson James Gross of Shouldcrbladc md Dora Little of Herald Ferris Fugatc and Tcmpn Camp bell both of Clayholc Willie Hoggs and Carrie Me Quinn both of Oakdale All kinds of fancy fruits and regelates at Clarence Haddons Fatal Shoutings at Robbins Tuesday evening at tho homo of Grant Adkins near Camp Christie Eli Lykcns was shot and instant ly killed Lykcns way shot through tho back of the mead and struck in the face with a blunt instrument Adkins and a man toned Tolson are said to have lone tho killing Lykcns was drinking and reports vary as re arils his conduct before tho shoot ing ono report stating that he was shooting in Adkins house at the time while another report was to tho effect that Lykcns hind noticed a shot in tho building All tho parties are employed at the Camp On tho same night someone shot four limes into Hardiri Smiths houso fatally wounding his little daughter aged about twelve years It is not known who tired tho shots but tho family believe that Eli Lykcns was tho man as this occurcd before ho was shot CLOSING SEASON SALE- I will for the next thirty days soil any article in my store at cost in order to make ready for my new spring stock Ladies under wear hosiery dress goods and millinery goods at less than cost AllIUK HAIIiKY Solicits time Mountain Trade H A Childors traveling sales nan for tho Jos G Heed Dry Goods Co of Portsmouth 0 was in Jackson tho latter part of mist week and will make this ter itory regularly in tho future lIis card appears in another column of this issue Fresh bread at C lliiddcus k r f OUR COMBINATIONS In order to accommodate those of our subscribers who want to take more than one paper Wo hove arranged the following combina Lions which will bo in force till March 1st unless sooner with drawn by time publisher Wo can save yfci money on any paper or magazine published in tho United Suites volt 1 25 Wo will send you The Hrcathitt County News and Weekly Louisville Herald or Ironic and Farm one year FOR Si rO Tho Hreathitt County News and Weekly CourierJournal Week ly Cincinnati Enquirer ono year FOR 2 00 The Hreathitt County News and Louisville Daily Herald ono year FOR U 50 limo Hrcathitt County News and thud Louisville Daily Post one year and time Kentucky Governors chart d FOR 5 00 The Hrcathitt County News and the Daily Louisville Times ono year FOR ih 00 Tho Hreathitt County News and the Daily Lexington Herald or the Daily Lexington Leader FOR 0 50 Tho Hreathitt County News and the Daily CourierJournal one year These combinations are for the benefit ofour old as well as now subscribers Time NKWS alone 1 00 per year or SOc six months To the first one hundred who take any of tho above combina tions wo will give a subscription to tho American Partner reeIThis is a campaign year and you will Want to keep posted Give us you subscription for any paper or magazine you want We guar mtcc to save you money Call on or address HIlBAtIHTT COUNTY NEWS JacksonlgI- lnddenC handles a nice line of cigars and tobacco Slower Speed Basis Following is time copy of n tele gram which T C Powell Fifth vicePrcsidcnt of the Southern Railway Ims just received from Mr W 0W Finley President of this company Owing to the crowded condition of some of its single track lines and tho double truck work including tho revision of grades and alignment now under way for the purpose of relieving the crowded condition of the single tracts time Southern Railway Company finds it difficult to maintain tho schedules of sonic of its pas senger trains as now scheduled nnd will in consequence in the early part of January ensuing re rise these schedules putting them on tho basis of slower speed with the expectation of being able to maintain them and believing that under time circumstances this ar ran emcnt will be more satisfac tory to tho public Tho double track work is being vigorously pushed and on other parts of time road where double track work is now under way but whore traffic is heavy passing tracts arc being put in and those already in extended in order too facilitate tho movement of trains all such passjng track work king done with the ultimate object of utilizing it as double track when double track work may be undertaken in those localities Time improvement in passenger train movement will naturally im provo the movement of freight trains The Southern Railway Company has arranged to shorten its operat ing divisions increasing tho num ber from fourteen to twentyseven each ono of these divisions to be- n charge ofa superintendent Men now in tho service will be promoted to the additional posh tions thus created This arrange ment it is beliewd will result in increased efficiency and will it is further believed promote the mu tual interests of the public and tho Company In tho arrangements referred to the Company is developing and making vrfFcctivo policies initiated by its late President II F Ilillonmoyer tho leading Kentucky authority on fruit matters says tho cold spell has not injured the fruit crop I IAIIH01 2Joddlng9rosonls I HOWLS PITCHKRS TUMHLERS j WINK GLASSES t SYRI p STANDS VASES PLATES lUg TUBS ETC PRTIccES FROm 50 to 50 t HEINTZJ Jc elerJ K MAIN STREET 011 TILE HIOKXIX I LEXINGTON KY A Full Lino of Wedding SHviT at Moderate Prices Will Cannes Get the Job The Caleb Powers trial will be called at Georgetown next week It is rumored that Special Judge Robbins will resign Will Judge Carnes get the job 1 A Sunnier for Frank lush Frank Kash of tho Day Bros Co recently received tho following note front a customer Mr Kash Have you in stock any of those cljistic bands Capa ble of being elongated and ad justed at pleasure tumid used by the feminine portion of mankind for putting around the lower extremities of their locomotive men tiers to keep tho proper position and the required altitude for the habiliments of their tibias 1 No moan is just to his children who docs not give them tho loco paper No man is good to him self who does not take newspapers Richmond Climax Notice to Bidders Bids willAjo rccerraHy the Hrcathitt County Fiscal Court til TUESDAY FKHUUAUY 12tli 200 p m for the privilege of collecting tolls on tho Jackson Bridge for one year payable monthly to the Treasurer of Hreathilt county The successful bidder will bo re quired to give bond with approved security The court reserving the right to reject any or all bids R A CHILDERS WITH JOS G REED DRY GOODS CO PORTSMOUTH 0 Solicits the trade of tho mountain people Ho will bo- AT JACKSON EVERY 80 DAYS Dealers will bo notilied by postal Save your orders for him lie will save you money fob 1 ly WANTED Salesmen and collectors for Perry Knott Lctchcr and Leslie counties to sell Singer Sowing Machined Liberal contracts of feed Apply or addrcss Singer Sowing Machine Co Incorporated Jackson Ky 1Jtf J D LAXTEU Mgr Sheriffs Vax Warrant Sale By virtue of a tax warrant in in favor of the Commonwealth Kentucky vs Oscar Clark which issued from tho Clerks oilico ol the Breathitt Count Court now in my hands for collection I or ono of my deputies will on MONDAY FEB 25 OT between tho hours of 12 oclock m and 2 oclock p m at tho Courl House door in the town of Jackson Brcathitt county Ky expose to public salo to tho highest bidder tho following property or sc much thereof as may bo necessary to satisfy the amount of tin plaintitPs debt interest andcosts and Sheriffs commissions towit A houso and lot lying and be in Brcathitt county Ky a lot IIingfeet front and running back tc river and known as tho II F s lot in time Wiley IL Comb I addition to tho town of Jackson and adjoining tho lot of Williams propIerty AtI1Jf IIIYfy Qt + L i e P wr J c MANTELS7 H We carry a complete line of Wood Mantels Tile Grates Etcx =z Our mantes aro of beautiful design and aren excellently mannfacturcdZ We have many patterns from which to select from the luintiest base to the heaviest cabinetiCatalogues mailed upon request I COMBS LUMBER CO Xo 234 LAST MAIN STREET BOTH PHONES No 139 t No DID WEST HIGH STREET BOTH PHONES No 25 pt LEXINGTON KENTUCKY ss 0 z 0 in said tax warrant Terms Sale will be made for cash in hand- Amount to be made by this sale Gf advertising 7 total 1305 Witness my hand this time 18th day of January 1907- HKKCK CUAWFOUU S B C By S 11 Future D S ShoriffsUaxWarrant Sato 1y- favor virtue of a tax warrant in of tho Commonwealth Kentucky against Sammy heirs which issued front tho Clerks office of the Brcathttt County Court now in my hands for collection I or ono of my deputies willon I MONDAY FEB 25 lw between the hours of 12 oclock in and 2 oclock pm at the Court House door in the town of Jackson Breathitt county Ky expose to public sale to the highest bid dert the following property or so nc LII o 1nttU 1 n r to sntTsfyiho amolint of the plain tiffs debt interest mild costs and Sheriffs commissions towit A tract of land lying and being in Brcuthitt county Ky on Quick sand creek beginning at a mulberry tree opposite Buoy How ards and running with his lino to the top of time hill to Adam line and with his lino llInnsI tho direction of Spring Jack Howards lino on tho top of I tho point thence down the point to Sylvester Howards line known as the Sake faun thence with his line down tho hill to a mulberry tree marked with 3 hacks near time Lank of Quicksand creek to tho beginning containing 80 micros more or less levied upon as they property of Summy heirs a fendant in said warrant Terms Salo will be made for cash in hand- Amount to bo made by this sale 3H5 advertising S7 total 1085 Witness my lRn lthis tho Ibth day of January H07 CjB DraggingDown Pains ore a symptom of tne most serious trouble whicli an attack a woman viz falling of the womb With this generally comes Irregular and painful periods weakening drains backache headache nervousness dl lness Ir ritability tired feeling etc The cure Is III The that wonderful curative vegetable extract which exerts such a marvelous strengthening Influence on all female t organs Cardul relieves pain and regulates the menses It Is a sure and permanent cure for all female complaints At all druggists and dealers In 100 bottles I SUFFERED AWFUL PAIN In my womb and ovaries writes Mrs Naomi flake of Webster Grove Mo also In nry right and left sides ana my menses were very painful and Irregular Since taking Cardu 1 feel like a new woman and do not suffer as I did It Is the best medicine lover took It = FOR DYSPEPSIA j DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT W nlAUD Relieves Indigestion Sour Stomach Belchlnc of Ou Etc ONLY AT TN R UkATOIY O- rE C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILL T A ORSON DRUa HO 4 W r r F 4 4 i2i4 ioFiohFtF 4ro iNiF F FsF w i ThatsF O F Coming to You tr J- of 0 THERE IS NO FAKERY o i2F O te- i In for dollar ap y ouf J i return T Wi f I 0ri We Believe fir Square Treatment ii e w Your moneys worth all tho time Wo t use up a pngo of space talking about our goodsWi Fthou you wouldut know how good they nroer erot COME TO OUR STORE l Wi t f Wi I I t PSoyou can see for yourselftlmat s tho surest wayw A brawrord LIDJ I i f eon Wi v JACKSON KENTUCKYOi arHEADACHESand Many who have for years suffered intensely from chronic sick headaches using drugs ofall kinds without any benefit have found immediate and per manent relief in PROPEL lY ADJU8T D GCASS5 Because eyestrain was tho cause Wo remove tho cause and our cure is lasting SPTISFPCTION WiRPNTEED 81 D1 FLEENORJEW- ELER 1 AND OPTICIAN JACKSON KENTUCKY fiodol For Indigestion Relieves sour stomach palpitation of theheart Digests what you eat PURE DREDtGOLDEN BRON- ZETURKEYS 800 PER PAIR f SINGLE COMB BROWN LEGHO- RNCHICKENS From Prize Winning stock Fresh eggs for hatching in season Prices right MMHAGINSr k JACKSON KY 4- We H Henderson Ayres Street Opp Post Olllae LEXINGTON KY DBALElt IN Grain Seeds Feed Wheat Rye Barley Oats and Corn Olover 1111111Ih Millet Kentucky Dlue Grass Orchard Gran Hungarian Hay Straw Mill Feed ASK THE MAN WhO has favored us with job printing if ho was peasod with tho work and time quaihty of papor THEN ASK US For samples and prices You will find our prices time LOWEST and our stationery tho BEST Wo have two firstclass printers and if want printing thai will combine good points artistic and valuable let ua figure on it for you Our work has the extra touch that pays It looks right to our customers and benefits the business We underprlco any print shop THE BREATHITT COUNTY NEWS Ft1 e Y 1 i H Captain In tle Ranhe fly GEORGE CART EGGLESTON I Ccpvrlut tr liu 4 S flzrU tP- UbU4IICTS isi fljth d rcnue- lrtDJ rOT I r ChAPTER XII UEnE were boys lu Cairo ot- Cur c mill equally ot COUllO- lIome ot theni were 1ftd The bal ones used to do thlnHa to UIUOy UobcrtH Little Missle Itohert IflII1P11 to ttirnsb tHem upon every lr occasion and he dill It with a 1tI u hnesli thot left nothing to ho iIred thereafter When Jlobert had tlitbed n boy that wy weut to hed- or revoirs Awl he WOSrllt to be ret lcellt all to where uml how lie hml r- iIYcd hit bruse Thnt was becaulI- Uobert nhvay ended a lIst eneountel with n warning Er you dont wont a cloubJc dose 0- f1I hero youll perhaps obstaln Vun ItIcutlonln do name o do culled gee tleflnfl wot glh It tel you Mid the victim usually obstalncd- Ir Ill didnt It was Ilresentl the worse fur llrn Ito ert hat been born In the south mi had Iled there till his tourtlCnth- lut S no had there Imbibed certain doctrines ot pugnuelous chivalry There Ivid been bred In hbonet1iO couylct- iU1 that It was every troiig mans ttity to protect every woman and b- ttiltIbh I any disrespect shown to her It rtis through one ot Itocrtg bat titII that Gulltord Duncan became oc qtialuted wIth his hostess Iharbar Tile That young wonuui veRy rare ly uliicnrcd In the dining room alld fD the young Vlrghiian had IIcarcely- woro thon met her when one rnorniiii on Hc way to breakfast Ito como upon o battlobetween Uobertfrro man of- c01o ns ho loved to call himself and three Cairo boys who Iml1 waylait I hIm In order to avenge the liunlsblUtnt he Lad glen a few dnys before to ont or them who lw1I1 playfully hurled hair nhrlc1 through Iharboras kitchen win tlo When Duncan came upon the battle flehi Itobert was tiacjed up against n lead wall Two of his adversaries had gunl to grass and the third was host tnttag to vroseeuto the attack alone esZig Ills hesitation HobJreat strut Illt that Lie wasInstantly decided to- C011trt his successful defense Into n- fUlCflsstnl offense without delay Quit tlru his lefensivO vositlou against thc tvall he rushiet upon hits remaining ncl- otlll1rr wllo promPtly retreated wIth out waiLing to reckon uPon the cnsual- tit7 Then Bob Jumped upon hIs other anti howly rising antagonists knoeked t4ecl down again and hurrIedly exnot ed ot each a wIsh I may die iromtse to lot Little 1Usslo alone from that tiny forth t nooll for you Bob exclaimed IIfOUI Duncan lint well make that morc blndtng Help me and 4 Ill take these young ruffians before Judge Gross and compel them to give b bonds for good behavior It didnt take long to arraign the cub prt prore that they had thrown n- IJrlebat through Barbaras wIndow ullll secure an order ot the court rf- Iultlllg them to she consIderable bos for good behavior lu future This brought their varents into court nnl subjected them to a good deal ol- nn1W110CC and troubl They had to IIe bonds and more troubeseme 1btlhl they IlIld to control thelr boys again the newspnpcls puIJlIshed the facts lii this way Guilford Duncan mulU I phIei his enemies In Cairo But he had i n leep seated conviction that It Is woilti a thans whIle to wake enemIes IJ1 dotag right In this matter hit bud thoue only rtrbt Tie had wQked the law or the protectIon or a woUJt1l and ho hind completely accomplished his purpoe Ho cared nothing for the re villigs that ensued but Ollr the man of brains and character who edited the riacIpaI uewslutler or the town took the matter up and made much of It iiiis town Is barbaric ho wrdte In his NlItorllll columns It Owes slucere thanks to Mr Guilford Duncan for tenclltllg It that law Is supreme that It Is to the III we flbcruld aPpeal In evety case ot wrongdoing The tarellts or till young hoodlums who have been bound over to kCCII the pence hayeloug1- l00Iol1 this lesson This nQospapc- rrejocN that the letElon has been slveu In 110 emphatIc and conspicuous n man if Tim JJlf czdvcruflcs had pens to QUZ48 ncr It congratulates Its young fellow ttI74u Mr Duncan upon the quality ot iitt citizenship and upon the results of Ita activIty llio entire talk or the little city WItS ot Iiuneaifs activity Iu baling the ilo3dluni sons ot highly lcspectoblo- 11lIeut8 before B magistrate as a lOU sequenco ot theIr battle with a ulg- Ier On that subject tongues wag get busily pro and con The friends or the aggrieved parents who bad been forced to give bonds for the good be- hnrlor or their Ill regulated otrsprlng aIwhatever to do wIth race prJudco nI41Or could thus hare taken the ot t L jggaiakitJraPoctabjo whlto I 1 i hoSatlll iwho wi cmmorou9 lor- tbo rights ot the negro rejoIced In Diniceli usn convert to their tioctrlne Both were wrong or course Neither In hit remotest way reeogulzctttbo real Ilnlllliscs ot his uctlInmely the un protect a WOUll1n and till 1m- 1I1SO ot n law toying citizen to insist upon the equal etitorcolilent ot the law for the sake or good order In tIlt corn I munity Hii Duitenti concerned himself with none or those thiiigs lIe hail iloite hiit 8i11111l0 thtity si n mnu null ns a clllzcu niitl lie had no care whatever for cousethllOileOs And yet the coilSetjtloIlCCs were RIIC- bos vitally affected his entire carter In moro V11S time one Ills performance brought him for ono thlllg Into close nctjUSliItflhlCC with a certain younl woninhi whom lie Imel scarcely known before ullll whoso tiestiny It wus to Influence the entire future course ot his life It was Duncans habit to sit long and fmoc over his flutal cup or coffee ut the tveiiliig meal The other table boarders were nccUstometl to hurry uway os soon as they limi swallorcl their supper leaving him In solo los scsslouof the dining room On the evening ot the tiny on which UU eveiits already related occurred he sat as usual smoking itippln his coffee and reading the evoulug nowspa per IresentIy Barbara Vornc entered cml with a manner in which otrotne shyness was mlnleJ with u resolute determIflatIOiltO elo the duty that lay before her upiroacIied young Duncan and helll out her baud s lie arose deferentially to greet her taktng her proffered ham In his tho girl J1a- h1lc COllie to thank you Mr Dun can It was very kind or youto protect Robert you lnowant1 me Im Barbara Verne nJllnk you ever so much As she mud her little speech the bravo but timid girl looke him In the tfOS with the wllarrnssccl rout or a child pot to do II duty mingled with the cuba COiI11OSUre or n woman who knows and cherishes the diguity oC her womanhood Duncan protested that no thanks were due him for doing his Iiuple duty ntlll after n wotd or two more the sill quitted the room while Dun CliO gull1111Uy bowing held the door elton for her The little lutervlnv lasted tor less than two minutes and not un unnecessary word was s1OkCII on either side yet It seemed to Duncan nn event ot consequence os Imleell1t proved to IJc- SOUlethln Iu the glrllI voice or man ncr or sotnething In her cos or something In her grace ot movement her bearing her inijigled simplIcity and dignity or something lu cli these com blued hunt mIghtily Impressed hllll lie hall seen little ot womoll In any Inti mate way and whllu lie hporod we manhood and deferred to ns every sound souletl nian must hl had thought himself quite indIfferent to women In their Individual personalIty But somehow he could not feel so with Barbara Verne anti later In the even leg ho scourd himself fr his folly In continuing to think of her to the Interruption ot the reading ho hail set him selt to cIo I wIlt roll upon her and become really acquainted with her ho said to himself That will euro me of title strnngu and utterly absurd tasclrintlon- Ot course the sir must bo common place In the main and when i come to realize tl1at the glamour will fade away 4- C11AtTEfl XIIl G UlLFOHD DU PAN carried out ht purpose liS ho thought wIth a good deal of tact lIe began 111 collins not upon Barbara but tipon three or tour other young womeno thing ho had ncvlr done before lIe thought In this way to make his call upon Bur barn when It shouhl come nn Inconspicuous event To his surprise Ills entrance thus Into society created something of n flutter among the women folk especially till uwrrlecI WOo men who had marriageable daughters or who were mlltc4wuklllgly Interested In other young women not their daughters forGulltord Duncan the moment hI was thought of as a nodal factor and a matrimonial possibility was seen to be the best catch In the little city till most Ueslrablo young man In the town lIe was young and distinctly handsoine lIe was a man ot educa UDlicuHuro and superior Intelligence ilLs manners were easy polIshed and very wlnnlug sIJeelolly he treatcjl women with It certain chivalric llefer- ence that IlCsCd them oven more than they knows Captain Will Hal Inms wfe who wll the social lender ot too city said to him one day You must bo careful what you do In the way or paying attention to young women A very little ntcenUou on your port Is apt to mean agreat deal- to a slrJand still more to her mam- ma But why should it asked Duncan In unfeIgned astonishment Why should ordinary social courtesy on my part meat moro than the same thing means in the case ot any other young man I dont know that I can tell you she answered At bust I dont know that I can niche you undersiand I sincerely wlllll you would try I- certaidy do not want to lie best tzite and did not COUllllcto the sea teneeOh I know nil that I know what you mean because It Is what I inca I tell you that If you irny more that Just n little ned a Very casual utIca tlon to any girl the girl and worse still nil her elderly female relatives are likely to misconstrue your motives You are uti serious danger or breaking some tender Iieartsainl winning for yourself tile rcputnton of being that most detestable tlllna tunic flirt IntCrtUlltellunderstand I have not called wore thai twice ullon any one girl and Well dont Thats nil Ive sot to Nay Duncan went away puzzled lIe Lad Intended to be very shrewd Bud cir intendedeach ot several young women to cl- oprlo the calls lie Intended to make siguifieancoI withBarbaratory callitgs the sUbJect or curlosIt 4 1- H iitr gossip Ito was resohet1 not tohe halk tot btspuI9se however lIe saw no ret son to purnilt that Ito would go that very evening to coO Barbara and he wouhd reient the visit from ttmo to time until It fuller tllql1ollltauco willi the girl should cure him or Ills fusclna ton Acquolntonco must do that lie wag IlerlllI1llecl Barbara tiiio was not accustomed to re9lve I51t14 from yotitig tI1e1 She was almost too young for ono thing or ot least iiio hind IlECnnllllo t too young until about this time Moreover her IIfo was unusrnliy secluded She do voted all her tlllle to hierexacting hiouo- lioll iltities 1NCpt that she attended chUrch once each mdny ohio was nov er liccn 111 any iiuldic place or anywhere else outside or her aunts house or tIm house or liar sliqdo friend Ira ItIdmn1s n retiring matron who nQI thor received company nor weut out anywhere These twothe young girl and the mldihle aged motronweres- OHlewlmt malo tinn Intimate In theIr affectIon hut apart from this ono ritual Barbara visIted nobody The young women ot the town did not think of her therefore ns one or thlJn selves ot nil They regarded her rather as a chIld lbl111 as It young woman though It they hind troubled to think about the matter they woulll have rc- mcmblrecl that she was os old us some or thItUlscles lIen Guilford Duncan made his first call upon Bantam therefore that young person was very greatly agtol1- Ishlll bu sIlo was In Ill war P1lmr- IIlISSCl It was lie nuturo to meet nil clrlInstuUlCs nud nil events frankly out to tie with conscientious faithfulness whatsoever silo conceived to tie her duty So whlll Quilterh Duncan called UI10n tiOl she promptly Put away her surprise and walked Into the par lor and greeted her VIsitor not without wine Ungerin truce or surprise at hip honor dolip her ut with po touch or too11h enhinrrassnent In her manner Unrllant was simply her own sweet natural self and when Duncan went away nfter his taIl thQ jlaI1IQr of lieI personality was more Ntrgtffiy upon 11w that ever Site nt least lIo thought liS 1w- walked toward tile levee will not misconstrue niy call os Mrs llnliaw sag scsls She Is too womanly too sin core too genuine for that I shall call lignin tcry Iron thoul now tlmJ I think ot It she forgot it nslt nw to do so Never mind Ill imianufacture sonic ezcusoohi by Jove I have ItI Time Coterie Is to given fancy dress deuce n week from tonight Ill invite her t o I wonder It she vihl accept I hope so jut cnmlf she desut the Invitation will givo me umllleex- cusu for calling Ill do It tomorrow evtning = = TO DB CotTUsvz- nTI TEXAS ONIE11 cure nil 1cidnoy Bludder and Rheumatic troubles Sold by nil ruggists or two months treatment by mail for 100 ProJ mV- LI ill 2f12G Olive street St Louis Mo Send for 1CcntucIy testi monials Q2ly Not Very LoIcai- Poultney lligQO pys the New York Tribune was arguing with n Now York man about time PlIl1nmn canal You are not very logical Mr Bigelow saul at length Indeed you are as illogical as tin old ream r used to know in Berlin This old moo umbrella in hand shoppingtripfor shoes the hatters for a lint the grocers for groceries and so on and when ho got back homo in the evening lie found that ho had loft his umbrella behind him some whero Accordingly time next morning the old man sot out again in quest of time lost umbrella lie was shophowmbrelll1 turned UI Well ho said after thankIng time sliopman 113 ho started out with the recovered umbrella under his arm I must say you are more honest here titan they are nt those oth r shops l Notlmitig will relieve Indigestion list je nut a thorough dlgtsiant 1odol- I ItPlis what yu eat and niltiws Ihl- Iomoch to restrecuperategrow strong ogllin KODOI is II solution Pt digestive nchti rind ns nporhIC I1f1- S1lJre approrinmuites lie dgeslho juk dint ore round Iui4lie stomach KODO- Jtuk8 time work of digestion off the di- mesuivu orKonil and while performing hlf work itself doms greatly assist hue IUlnelltll a thorough rest In ndlll- tloli tine ingredlent8 ot KODJ art ucIi os to make It ii cuviectIve ot Ihe- hghltit I fllcIeicy nllel IIr Its DC linn the stowach is restoreth to Its normD- IIlctlrltr ned poner KODOl Is mnnll- oIct red In mtrlcmtenuforniiiy wltlt time ttI nal lure oodIIntl Drug IIIWII- lld by JllcksUII Ding 10 The Strenuous Life preridentsociaL tiiitl member ot the New York lunacy commission revs that in time life in New York city the frietign is greater than in any other known existence endured for leap periods of time by large numbers of presentedthoare verging on time lniiLs of human endurance A liquid cold tP1Ief with a laxative itrincliule which drives nut Ihe cold tIrrniglm a copious netion of time bowels mud a healing principle which IhlglA In time thrutit std stops the cough that Is KmnneJys Lsxatle Cough 8rup Sate anti ura In its settee pleasant to take and conforms to National Pure Food and Drug Law Contains no opiates Soh by Jnekon Drug On I lhe itentucklan Writing ill time London Mail In n series oftirtiolos entitlod Amen ltysThothe in the Unitedfinostroopla respects they are the fInest white people in the womid lhcJ carry about them zr- matuoapiero ol manners and breed lug and though they speak with- very a long drawl their yoll hove not time har4mness of the voices of t4mo Amoril8119 in the east llIId niItd amid Vtnniu whiezed hue winlry wltl whined wllnllr v 111k wriggled while Winnie wheezet- iwvetchcj 1g lsdun wluisior win her tIrt3s work wlmtezus lmiueftrm tie write Use KeumlIrills Cough Syrup N tilng ehiu su Jul1dSltl 13 Jucken Drug 0- lii iCiscr and Drown Boots rogularfrcqulJnttr but lie nltows 110 liberties to be tnk en will his ncretl rersol On one occasion when tho lloimenzollern IIn cimoredolTa little town the German consular agent as in duty bound reepeetLButforlll it did not appear to hint nec- ossary to npplnr at i1idtlay In tlm comic opera kit ofuvenhlig tirois On board tho vossel lie therefore pro Ontet h himself in n attire that com prrnitie1 time ofliciolcorreetioas or a frock coat by brown boots His majesty however resented time in formality called time attention or tho consul genrlll ut nor cn to the solecism anti tniotitmted his inten thou of ccsin to honor the lnco with any further visits London ExthangeShCChli AtIIlIItlucluulItllclIlc1I- IIU time NUon1 Puro tomuLi- mmith Drug Law WI are lrnd to sflflufl5 thatI FoltJ Iliney mud mr fur couilmt colds and iutig trlhlt It not ItlTletflll- bv thin National Pure Fod and Dtm- gtvt as It conlains n opiate or otiwh- mnrmnlul drugs aii P rtamninemid lu- t n safe tllIIlllr for rhiltlrPIi I1DC- I1l11I11 Jmek4umti Urlll 0i Pleasant For the Patient Dentistry ns practiced in London with iill tltl latest appliance for preventing pain and drawing the teeth before the patient knows what lies imap1Oned is in sharp contrast to the pieiods still followed In iemnot country towng itinong the lor A writer In tho London Standardrelates that lie went into on apotlicerys little shop to make S01ll0 purchase lie did not appear at once and I hoard two or three Lrnngp lu14I11ll sountis Joning from n room ot the backs half curtained ofT I tapped smartly again and appenredlIeand bo said as lie got down and wrapped up my gods Ini arpPEr- I tooth and it wort Ume I think It must be 1100ktlil up somehow Time giving J11O my change Ito went back to his patient FIsjilin 1 stud Tar cures tlrI liut cbsll1l1te coughs urn exiel cultl from Ilu sytenims It ts mild l- hixa In It is gumaruiteed rut gummmn Inc is In llll JtlIow m1ehimga JACk I tin Drug Cu To Measure Tiny Space An apparatus for niosiurftig the socntJmilliouth Pftrt of on inch has been made by a lrofor tI Nottingham university lnghantl n works upon of electriC touchand consists or a fine mirom- cter screw and six lovers rime np paratus is so sensitive and Ilclieato that it is impossiblo to manipulate It botoro lhfl nlll1i neo It ts lmungliy rubber bands covered with thick felt and nust ho worked at dead of night whet there is no traffic or factory working Tue smallest die tnnoo that thig mechanism measures is about the distance between n solid and a liquid nmolecul- tLa hiIpIOflhid Lnemmiiionlm- tFoleys lIoney and Tar curl la- grlplll coughs and prevents pneumonia Refuse any but time Slnllhlt In limo 7e1 ow pl1cl8e Jnek4umn Drug Co SCIENCE SIFTINGS The layer of time sea take lip in deaths cacti year Is now estImated II- It09rtf n feet In tmichnes This Mmiylntcrest You to one Is Immune Tim IthtIne- troumbl si just r member that irtItt3 i Kidney Cure wIll BkI time regulurl tilts and cure silly cafe ur kldncy and bladder IlIJul11I that is not beyond lit reach IInnll1lIIII Jacksoti Drug all CROPS Time 1000 crop or IIotntoc l In thlll country is tirnatod Itt 277000000b- uahmels lOllllll1te1 witlt 2r1OJOOOO lu 10C5 lml 28OOOOOO In lDOl file icuuut ocop In time United States now amounts to 1100Y0G0 Lushels an- nunhly TIme total sales nmoummt to IJc tweet SoooOOO mmmiii 10000000 Rubber is sttmthily Incretunimi III val nutomohueand this years crop or the whole world Is estimated ut 7000 tons Till tied Dt 12000Q0- 00Ecr lfld3 Should IlIow says 0 0 hays u llrominment bulIlOSIl man of liluff Mo tlmnt nllcklbn AI- nlco SalvA Is the quickest III d lure t healing salmu ever sppiied toa pore burn or wound or to a CAfe or piles Iveused It end knew vmistt Im talk a leg nbout Guaranteed by Jackson Drug 60le 4 r Humor Front England =I Gcrn1BLnynd Austria I Fms ThespianAnd the 1IlllllellcoI In tyoum should have seen I them They wore glued to their I seataIkeeping fhmim tlibreiiystande- rhIeIlate t I tU really ifrokem oft your eUlall11I011 sithititrn- 7SheUI I hail to lie was Jl1tt1Uli too semmtimtioumtnibegttzm to talk to me about mmmntrimmmommylbekMuUpa Ut your muesl and kwl n h ruutiniul to flrdr- onipt ft 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