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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, February 15, 1907. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1907 bre1907021501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Breathitt County news: n. Friday, February 15, 1907. Breathitt County news. J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1907 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. p ranV W Best lclc1tisi1gTe1ium IN BREATHITT AND ADJOINING COUNTIES era r r = Jr1 to =J WISH HioiNfl Editor and ubliahor A NKWBiAiKic JDjjvotKD To iiiIrKhr8T8 OF EASTERN KKNTUOKV OSK DOUAR PKB ARAB IN Volume VI Jackson KcntllclcNumber 16 ft iPftif q yFFFFFFratFsrsr rFjr FirFr2rrFmtG i FFoi JJ i F WE ARE SELLING OUT d i 0 lv J OUR ENTIRE STOCK 6 i iFUeducedPrices p i ft In Order To MaKe Room i i J for Our Spring Goodsili i 7F7r 4 eal IJ JQ wlff8 I OJ 4aWo IIRVU reduced ilio prices on everything in theIj rhouse includingJMons and Boys Overcoats MaleiHeavy Suits and Boys Knee Suits also a largo i i lino of Heavy Pants nod Winter Underwear f i i The Womans Chance t r gTo buy Raincoats Long Jackets Heavy Skirts t Underwear Children and Misses Jackets and fr t t Clothing for less money than situ ever paid boo F fort limy liberally now you will probablynuvor i buy so cheaply i F ALL SHOES AT CQST f4Includir6 Heavy Shoos for Mon Women and e Children Also Gum Boots rind Rnbbors MF 5COdIE AND EXAMINE THE GOODS af i Firestein Euster J I rt- z J iFFFrFFlia 44s1 If tnIIP ivv I b 525Su252Scrc5Zc5Z 52525252525 525252S1Ia FLOYD nAY President J SAlI14HEAU Jit Cashier i lt C P P CUA W OHn Vice Pres W S 1OPPEU Asst Cashierm r 1t P llLVIS ctinlJJlshicr tt n I J gJacksonI Jl i I f i r Phldlip CIIIJitlllllnd urplus 2735odo- i I 4 i f fttiVo solicit thu Bunking DnaVuosa and accounts of n p i y- J vJ t Jq1 llfanufacturers11 nTnl jjnSl eaters 1Ic Fmrn Throughout Eastern Kentucky and offor our Cuatomors t tho most 1 1 BERLrTERMSWithin tho litniva of legititnato businessIi == = 7 C = = I c INS COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY 52S2S2S2S252525t5ii1C S252S2S2S522525iiV k h h w assos rrr I tt r JvILLIXbrNr 1yNl School of BusinessI M E MILLIKAN Principal Offers unoxcollod courses of instruction i- nSHORTHANDs everydayTYPEWRITINGTouch undor a special teacher Single and doublo keyboard machines Drilling in foraqg of Typewriting in eluding writing from dictation Our pupils become export operators BOOKKEERINOUpto- date system applied to various forms of business Full commercial course includes Rapid calculation Business Arith metic Correspondence Commercial Law Penmanshipand Business OUR PUPILS GET POSITIONS ASK FOR LISTS snOUT ST ENTRANCE IELEVATOn MUrUAL BUILDING LEXINGTON xyAprly v I J c 1 i r r t c tIt j t ir IK J ItJ4 hI I i i4 1tJO t BREATHITT CdUNTY NEWSt cL t 4 + I GORHESPGNDElSrGE CHOOll I1SIJr Our old mixed world with the various dispositions of hums OnFe rand another religious meditations All are to ho found in the sou- F neighborhood While some danc others weep while some piour- others rejoice many desire to live long while others wish to de part and bo with Christ Tho unsettled atitudo of the various inconcaitt certainty of justice That Go- F i rules in the affairs of men is certain as any truth of lilIysic science On the great movin power which is from the begi rang hangs tho world of sense- F and the world of thought nu action Eternal wisdom marshal- the great procession of the working in patient continuity through the ages never halting never ahruptcd encompassing n eveFr g j may slumber in apathy or ap Provo with madness Kings ar nationFcomo go repu h and wither dynasties pass away like a tale that is told but nothm tlteiir The deeds of time are governed well as judged by tho decrees of eternity tho caprice of Heeling existences bends to the immovable omnipotence which plants its foot eon nil the centuries and inns ncith or change of purpose nor repose Sometimes like a messenger through tho thick darkness of the night it steps along mysterious ways but when the hour for a people or mankind to pinto n now form of being unseen hands draw the bolts from the nllsubduillirJinllucnce or n This power working throng- America disenthralled religion from bondage to temporal power that her worship might be worship only in spirit and in truth MOHV B LKWIS CLRMOVS Joe Clemons visited Peter Strom last week IArJeret Jones and lien Clem Ions are very sick D G Jones has been on the sick list for tho pitst week M D Hichie and sons went to Frozen last week to attend a Itde D G Jones held tho ticket that won the premium clock at II C Clemons store Canada Kichie of Vest passed through hero en route to Quicksand to visit relatives William Prater of Lambric made a trip to Smith Branch last week to sec Jerry Campbell Mrs Ilanio Richie of Lambiic+ has been hero for the post week nursing her daughter Mrs Mar tha Clemons who is very sick ROUSSEAU HrccI Howard has moved to Golo Howards farm If you want any work lone patronize Jeptha Hcnsleys shop Andrew Mcintosh was her Ins t Sunday preparing to move to L 0 Calhouns farm Corn is selling at seventyfive cents a bushel and wo cannot tell what it will bo worth by spring Daniel MCIntosh held service- at A 2 Klridgos Sunday He will bo at tho church on the South fork on tho fourth Sunday in thi mouth to fill his appointment Litt Combs of Jackson was in this neighborhood few days ago hunting witnesses against Lee Pattons son who is charged with dynamiting Joe Lovelys mill There aro about twentytwo wit mosses in the case Dear friends and travelers from time to eternity Insk you all to stop in tim presence of God and man and ask yourself whether you b l Re right or wrong hero aro three classes of men p ken of in the Bible So which o rdo yo belong t01 My friendsXrcmembcr the time has come thnt ou cannotr fool man though you claim to be 1a Christian and nrnv lathe pulpit b tliwicketI liars taken tho nimo of tli JFord i Christiainj from i fill uuiiuiu uaj iw the three kinds of pcopfe spoiten ofone kind serve tho Eord and shun all evil the second kihd wants the true Christian to think that 41thoughthe aillIiaro men innersnaro not to Ire the illLwhichsbesNowsmy ou aro not a Christian dont say sd for a iilocrilcis more dangerous than 3 LiE COUNTYr FINCASTLIS kickSP R Ncthorly is preparing t move to Leo City Imnk Kincaid bought a horse from Owens Fraloy last week oaer morn to it soon Spencer and Jones Com s nr moving back tiers from CIark county dt T II Davis went homo Friday lie says ho will not be back until the weather settles wiresI ninsover guhdny T S Shackclford was hrtutond auto at the special term 1 the weekofiNEARINa COMPRTION Trains Will Soon be Running on florchead North Fork Ry The Morchead North Fork railway which runs off the C 0 railroad from Morchead to agon Morgan county opening u rapidlytnearing comp a bo running over the new road in short time A movement has been set on foot several times to build such a road and when tho Morchead West Liberty KuilrouJ Company secured the right of way and com pleted several miles of the road some disruption among the oflioials caused a suspension of work on the road anti linnllafter several years the right of wland the material was sold to the Clear field Lumber Company of Pa This is one of the strongest companies in the United States and after they secured the right ef way work was not long do layediWhile the now railroad opens up a section of largo natural resources and offers to the people of Morgan county easier trans portation and better opportunities to dispose of their products it is primarily intended for the use ofI the Clcariicld Lumber Company This company will have a largo plant at Paragon for the manuftic lure of lumber andrtether at Brady about one mile from townS Aged Citizen of Owsley Dead Wm P Flanery one of Owsley countys oldest and most respected hissnear Boonoville last week of pneu issusually called came to Owsloy county from Leo county Va about the year 1850 married a daughter of David Spivoy one ofI the old pioneers of Clay county and raised a largo family of child ren among whom T J lIAnerI was keeper of the State House grounds at Frankfort He had just passed his eightythird irthI day and was hal and hearty for a man of that ago until ho conJ trotted pneumonia eo j THE RAILROAD COflMISSION JuThe Eroning Post desires again to call the attention of the mana sera of the Republican party in Kentucky to the importance of malting n strong nomination for Railroad Commissioner in then Third district tho district that is certain to return a Republican Commissioner 1A convention has been called for Ml Sterling April 24 next to make this nomination and in our judgment the Republican party cannot act more wisely than to re nominate the present commissioner Mr A T Silcr It is now nearly certain that the Democratic party will nominate Mr C C McChord in the Second district and that Mr McChord will bo elected The reasons for the nomination of Mr McChord are clomp Mr McChord as chair man and member of the Railroad Commission has rendered valuable services to the people of Ken tucky In the discharge of his duty Mr McChord antagonized certain machine politicians who thought to strengthen themselves with certain interests corporate McoIn the end McChord won his light by the attire assistance of the gentlemen who will manage the- f Democratic State campaign this full The Evening Post believes that tho people would have nomi butemoment candidates on the State ticket in tcrfcrred to make his nomination certain their motive was plain and unconcealed The Democratic managers think they may have a hard fight this fall They knew that Mr McChords nomination wouldstrengthen the Democratic ticket they knew that his defeat by machine methods would weaken the State ticket Therefore there was n complete ntidMrr will be nominated for the purpose of strengthening the Democratic ticket Tho situation in the Third dis trict is tho same with the parties reversed Mr Shier the Rcpub Mean commissioner has stood with forPreasonable regulation of the mil Commissionera State and his party well To set him aside row would be to weaken the Republican State ticket to ro nominate him would strengthen the Republican State ticket in the same degree that the renomination of Mr will strengthen ticketIf Mr in the Second district and the Republicans Siler in the Third district the State of Ken therebyttwo par reap advantages in popular support in these two districts If tho Demo crats should nominate and the Republicans fail to re nominate Silor tho whole Republi can ticket wills lJer by the cone parison The Evening Post docs not intend to disparage the other gentlemen who have been mentioned as candidates for tho Republican nomination in tho Third district The facts tire however that Mr Shier has made jin excellent commissioner that ho understands the work that he has the ability and courage Ho has proven his use fulness and has come to represent n policy which his party cannot afford to repudiate A liquid cald runs with a Lixttive principle which drives out the cold through copious uctlua of the bowels and a healing principle which tinges in the thrum mid slops the cough that is Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup Safe and sure in lit autiou pleasant to take and conforms t j National Pure Food and Drug Law Contains no opiates Sold by Jackson Drug Co- Mrs C P Lexington Ky says I gave my fowls Bour bon Poultry Cure when they were sick and it certainly workedwon odors Sold and guaranteed by Day Bros Cor I l t t The Largest CircuIl1tionrOF ANY PAPER IN THIS SECTION ADVANCE Clcarfield surrcmlcr McChord McChord McChord McChord Wiggins 7fre you ir ISt vtuCesonic people If you arc rcasonable and apprccia tive j weMhbe able to show you the excellence of o- urMonutments Wed liktalk over the momment wJth you telling you ltottintttct it will cost and the cheapness tRWant a FarmO- R A TOWN LOTfe r f Our list of farm lands and town lots includes the best in Breathitt county rind 7 Jackson =2L y It doesnt cost you anything to get what you want through us If we havent I got what you want we get it HAGINSBLANTON REAL ESTATE JACKSON KY + 1 wspowwwwawww J =9 a u MIXED I w W 11l 1l PAif x th 4 J 11lt1 Just received a full line 1 11 iV which we guarantee r i11 11I pg jTr 1 11Will cover more space last longer and look better than 111tmade Call W 111 and see color cards and gett 1rites titi1r Jackson Drug Co 101 e eece oJ Here We Are The Celebrated i ANAN SHOEThe Boat on Earth I PRICE P For Sale ByIDAY BROSOOJaakso9 leQtU3Iy v r i- dr r t- a ac- l Irrt The Breathitt News SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCEtl F J WISE HAGINS EDITOR j i fl52Sa52525252S2S252S2 ru U1I PINb SURGEON rn OFPICC MOURS8A M TO 4 P n i i 111IN HAKOIS BUILDING JACKSON KENTUCKY 2525252Si52S2252S25 Uk A H PATTON 4 ATTORNEY AT LAW OFFICE IK CRAWFORD BLDO JACKSON KYI FRIDAY FEB a5- GORIESPONDrNGF CROCKKTTSVI FXI3 Born to the wife of Ned Combs on February 8th a girlchristened Mary Stephen Turner of Cnnoe was visiting one of the fair sex hero Sunday Mrs Nannie Combs who has been sick for many days is improving Josh Aiknmn of Woburn was visiting at the homo of Lee Bow ling Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Granville Turner tof Canoe visited her mother Mrs placeseveral Miss Eliza Bowling who has been visiting her sister Mrs Sa rah Aikman of Woburn for the ist three weeks has returned homeWilson Callahan who is attend ing Witherspoon College at Buck horn Perry county was visiting homo folks from Friday until Sun day ELIZABETH LOST CREEK Watts has been butcher 1 IJamesNoble bas been fox hunt jug the past week H S Watts went to Jackson Saturday on business John S Noble is visiting his swin Perry county M C Noble and wife were the g jests of Hiram Watts Sunday Zach and Floyd Fugato were guests of Jason Noble Sunday Everything seems to be looking bright to C J Noble at present Pearl Fugato and Richard Collie seem to be much interested in tie making Mrs James Napier and daugh ter Mrs G W Francis are on the sick list L H Watts who is attendin school at Jackson was at home over Sunday Misses Cassio and Mollie Watts spent Sunday afternoon with 11 l C Noble and wife visiteI this vicinity jltlrsPolly Ann Noble and so wro the guests of Shade Fugate t of Lost Creek Sunday Thomas Turner who has boot t attending school at Jackson spent y tlu past week with his parents Mrs D B Noble accompanied by W 11 Noblo and wife visited the home of H S Watts Sunday 1BudNobles of Howards Creek 5i jireparing to haul timber for j Henry B Noble the coming week Look out for the dudeBuck I N piel Ho has purchased Stet i rsonhat and a 15 suit of clothes I 4 G W Watts entertained his regular visitors SundayMrs P C Napier and daughter Polly I anl son Willie SUNNY JIM QUICltSANDiRev James Hudson passed here I Saturday on route for home Spelt Combs and wife visited the homo of Samuel Combs Sunday The little daughter of Gu I Conbs is very sick with th measles Cleveland son of A J Clemons J tf caught a very largo coon anda tF tP a t a few days ago t olVMVhittaker returned home rM wA I lfII Friday from upper Quicksand ho had been looking after interests of Copt Fletcher Price hack is suffering intensely this weok with a largo pet on his knee Ho says any one can have it for it is hard to tame Thomas J Combs paid a flying visit to Quicksand Sunday nnd every one thinks winter is over for it is tho tint time wo have soon Tom for quite awhile Wo are always glad to see a smiling face The measles arc raging in this vicinity and the families of G B Back and G W Whittakcr are down with them Solomon zier Sr and wife Ire also FraI sick There seems to bo moreI sickness than we have some time- Samuel Whittakcr and Miss Bet tie Clemons were united in the holy bonds of matrimonial bliss on Tuesday February 12 Rev Henry Clemons performing the cere mony The groom is the youngest son of Anderson Whittaker and the bride is the youngest daughter of Jackson Clemons Sr We wish them a long and happy lifo and hope no shadows may fallacross their path MUCIIO MEOO OWSLEY COUNT- YfOONEVILLE E E Hogg is in Hydcn attending circuit court Another big tide in the river but no logs ready to go Monday was county court day but the snow was so deep but few came to town J C Eversolo is in Leslie fixing his political fences and shaking hands with tho dear people Dr Sanders Alfred Wilson and Arch Brandenburgh aro on tho sick list but are riot considered dangerousJack of Cow Creek and Kicctown merchant was regis teredat the Hotel Wilson again Saturday and Sunday We have just been enjoying a old fashioned snow twelve inches deep and now it is mud up to your knees since the snow melted II C Treadway says ho can eat thirty patriciges in thirty days and will pay n fair price for tho pat ridges at that Now lets hear from the man who offers to bet 500 it cant be done Old Aunt Matilda Stewart lower Buffalo 76 years old die on the 6th inst of pneumonia Sho had been in bad health for more than a year Aunt Tilda as she was always called came of one of tho old pioneer families of Owslcy county being a wand daughter of old Thomas Bowman who came to the county about tir year 1800 She lived and died within a few miles of tho place of birth and had never been out of countyA accident occurred on whenglittle child eighteen months old caught fire and burned it so se vowels that it died in n few hours Its mother left it in the house alone to go for a bucket of coal and was out but a few moments When she returned tho child was standing in the room with its Inoff says she never heard the child cry nor make a noise The family is almost craz Iwith riefus it was their only child YALLEn BRITCHES EVEKSOLE J C Hose sold toC Bran denburgh one cow for 2750 and one mule for 14250 Bascom Callahan has put up a store at the mouth of Cow creel and is now selling goods Miss Florence Gibson returns from Berea a few days ago where site had been attending school J C and L A Rose have 70 head of nice shoats they will sell They weigh from GO to 110 Ibs A Aand W C Brandcn burgh have returned from Rich mond where they went with 54 head of cattle to put on the market John M Rose is the happiest- man on Meadow creek and say that Democracy is on a boom as Esteppeis but a happy as Mr Rose It is a boy FEW CLOTHES Stop with Hart Bros at Reed Hotelwhen in Loxjngton a =t n slu I Lexington aiTkinUIPO Trust Company Savings Department Pays 3 per cent on Time Deposits Safety Vault Boxes for Rent A GENERAL BANKING AND TRUST BUSINESSIActs as Administrator and Executor Serves as Guardian and Trustee Buys und Sells Stocks and Bonds Accounts of Eastern and Central Kentucky Banks Solicited INTEREST PAID ON BALANCES STOCK 60000000 LIABILITIES 60000000 ICAPITAL PROTECTION TO PATRONS 120000000 ESTATE AND PERSONAL SECURITIES SECURITY PRO VIDED ON OFFICIAL BOND OUR FACILITIES ARE AMPLE FOR TILE EFFICIENT TRANSACTION OF ALL BUSINESS HANDLED BY CONSERVATIVE TRUST COMPANIES SlRBErsICORNER SHORT AND MARKET LEXINGTON KY ier I When it comes to afternoons papers the Louisville Times can not be beat The Times covers the news field fully and it prints tho truth without fear or favor Its editorals are short crisp and timely and it has a definite policy and sticks to it R S Darnaby Clintonvillc exposedncured with Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy but it did not nffect them in any way Sold and guaranteed by Day Bros Co The Weekly CourierJournal is on n boom Its circulation has grown wonderfully in the past few months deservedly No better paper is published anywhere than CourierJournaldare all printed in the Weekly Antique Card Table The up to date woman Is looking high and low for antique card tables which are the fad just now Tho Illustration shows n delightful example In satin wood with a broad band or plno wood IweU set buck from the edge and fin ished on either side with very nttrrow I BATDJWOOD CARD TABLE trips of box alternating with black wood It is uncommon becuuxe Instead of the usual green cloth top covering seen on most card tables this oio surfaceyInlay nil round It Weekly Courier journal dANDffiraalhitt County lows BOTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY 150 The Presidential election is ap preaching Times have changed That is all Mr Watterson is a Democrat and has always been a Republicansway Democrats aro getting to ether Courier Journal ticketsyou it Send your order for this combi nation to usnot to tho Courier Journal The regular price of tho Weekly CourierJournal alone is 31 a year 9 u Sheriffs Uax Warrant Sale By virtue of a tax warrant in in favor of tho Commonwealth of Kentucky vs Oscar Clarkwhich issued from tho Clerks ollice of the Breathitt County Court now in my hands for collection Iorone of my deputies will on MONDAY FEB 25 O7 between tho hours of 12 oclock m- Ind 2 oclock p in at tho Court House door in the town of Jack son Brcathitt county Ky expose to public sale to tho highest bid dor the following property or so much thercofas may be necessary to satisfy tho amount of the plaintiffs debt interest and costs and Sheriffs commissions towit A house rend lot lying and be ing in Breathitt county Ivy a lot 50 feet front and running back to the river and known as the II F Davis lot in tho Wiley II Combs addition to Use town of Jackson and adjoining the lot of William Evcrsolc levied upon as the prop erty of Oscar Clark a defendant in said tax warrant Terms Side will be made for cash in hand- Amount to bo made by this sale C 05 advertising total 1305 Witness my hand this the 18th day of January 90T- BllKCK CUAWFORD S B C By S11 FUCIAT D S I SheriffsjaxWarrant I Sale By virtue of a tax warrant in favor of the Commonwealth Kentucky against Summy heirs which issued from the Clerks office of tho Breathitt County Court now in my hands for collection I or one of my deputies willon MONDAY FEB 25 07 between tho hours of 12 oclock in and 2 oclock p m at tho Court House door in the town of Jack son Breathitt county Ky expose to public sale to tho highest bid der the following property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of tho plain tills debt interest and costs and Sheriffs commissions towit inginsand creek beginning at a mul berry tree opposite Riley How ards and running with his lino to the top of tile hill to Adam Manns line and with his line around in the direction of Spring Fork to Jack Howards lino on the top of tho point thence down tho point to Sylvester Howards line known as the Nnko farm thence with his line down the hill to a mulberry tree marked with 3 hacks near tho bankof Quicksand creek to the beginning containing 80 acres moro or less levied upon as the property of Summy heirs a de fendant in said warrant Terms Salo 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- BUEOK CRAWFORD S B C By S II FUQATE D S rilE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP KENNEDYS LAXATIVE comma HONEY AND TAR u I YouLook Yellow The trouble is your liversi productsubile your blood You cant digest your food your appetite is poor you suffer dreadfully from head ache stomachache dizziness malaria constipation etc What you need is not a dose of salts cathartic water or pills but a liver ton- icThedfords BlackDraughtThis the sick liver It purifies tho blood tenews the a ppeUle feeJs the nerves dears the brain and cures con U pationIt a true medicine for sick liver I and kidneys and regulates nil the digestive functions Try It At all dealers in medicines in I 2Sc packages n Brightest Snappiest Best THE LOUISVILLETIMES ills the bill Published every weok day afternoon You keep posted on gVI RYTIIINGwhcn you read TIlE TIMES yearYouBreathitt County News both on year for only 8 OO Send your order to The News not The Times READ THE TIMES AND KEEP UP WITH THE TIMES fOLEYS HOHEYTlt originalLAXATIVE For coughs colds throat and lung NonalcohollcGood Tho genulno FOLEYS HONEY and TAR U la- aYallowpackaffc Refusesubstltutea byFoloyJACKSON DRUG GO DAY BROS =OOMPANY = j Wholesale and Retail r t have the most complete stock oft tt U j1j QIJ fd II Mtr Qtt i5 t T Ever brought to jackson Consisting t of t Evtji d15J a It 1 aA4I 1 1 effil lt Kufs17 SrfVV We have the finest t Mlle of shoes in East crn Kentucky Our mens shoes are of V the latest style For the Ladies we have tIle most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy KW THE LATEST DESIGNS INr MtLLINkyrThis manJ jr agement of IcanUhe 11a direct from New York City Also FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS TV In all FreshfromvtheIf you need any House Furnishings or FURNITUREWe are the people you are looking for we have it by car loads to suit j J every body ii 11P Come and our 4see us ourV Prices fIIA Right aY f DAY BROS A V Oz j COMPANY Jackson Kentucky 1 4TheBreathitt News LlilillHhiMl livery lrhlav CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAR J WISE HAG INS Kwron Head S D Flccnors new lIelon this page 4 4 Wesley Turner Sr of Cano1 was horn on business Thursday Born to Judge and Mrs S S Taulbec on February 11th a girl Miss Florence Patrick visitoi her Memo folks at Stratton Sunday Miss Mallio Landrum of Lost Crook on to red school hero Mon day Mrs Charles Terry wan visiliui I her parents in Wolfe county last week We have two goof houses amI lots in Jackson fursalo- lLtaINsI BLAXTON Mrs Nellie Flanery of James town N D is visiting her mother Mrs J K Marcum Miss Mary Lewis closed hci school at Bush Branch and roo turned homo last Friday A good lot for salo on Patton qr Avenue Or a house may bo buil- for a renter SRO W1 Dodge J H Blake returned Thursday from the cities where he had pur chased a stock of goods for his store Rev W11 Green pastor o the lh K church is visiting a his homo near Plcasurcvillc Honrv county The dwelling of Frank Pro111 t n prominent farmer of Wolfe wag destroyed by lire Tuesday night Esif J M Denton has purchas cdII farm of Levi Hollon o Georges Branch and will move tit o about March hit Kdmond Collins aged eighty five nn exMexican and ConCeder atd soldier lied at his homo near Campion Monday night W L KvorHolo has added to the qonvcnionco of the public by the building of a hoard sidewalk over the mud near his store Miss Margurot Basket who has boon ill for a week is able again to attend her duties in the milita ry department at Day Hroa Rev H W Thompson will start to Springfield 0 about the lirst of March lo visit his sister Mrs Pearl Vanhoueaman Mr and Mrs M T Hack ro f turned last Saturday from a weeks visit to Mrs Hacks father John t W Taulbeo in Wolfe county tl Foil SAIH Household goods including range roll top desk ladys desk kitchqn cabinet beds I etc MmW J Domu I b IIMiss I mml tr Uecn visiting her H J S 1 Hcdwine at Lexington for the returned to Jackson 1Wedncyday evening I1h03 J Terry and Miss Kttic Hello Terry of Jetts Creek nreI L attending Baron College d J Terry has been employed to tcaoh a class at Horoa Sfil roJ B Noble has rebuilt his store house near his residence near Clay polo and is now able to furnish his customers whatever they need in the merchandise line Judge W II Hlanton has been I appointed administrator of the estate of Andy Short Jr dccd who formerly lived on Turkey Creek The personal property will bo sold at the late residence of Mr Short on Friday tho 22nd Having bought out P II Har ris Photograph Gallery 1 will try to give you as good as can bo be made so do not fail to call and see somo of my work 1 will give you the best work I can under tho circumstances Yours Kespt S K Vaughan Co F B Endicott moved with his family to Winchester Tuesday Mr Endicott is sales agent for piunoi and organs for tho John Church Co of Cincinnati Ho moves to Winchester so as to bo more convenient to his territory Wo aro sorry to 1030 them from our town I C Terry has purchased a farm of J M Johnson ande1 T Johnson Consideration 1000 cash in hand paid The farm lies partly in this county and part ly in Loo county about two miles l from Athol It has a vein of coal on it five feet and two inches 1thick Squire is getting there now LOST A fountain pen week bolo Inst Finder will please return this office FOR SALE Ono Incubator and Hroodor Gco Stahls make Holds 2 hon eggs in good condition on used it two seasons Only cans for soiling is that I am not ably to attend to it Call on or addres mo at my home MINIMUM L HAOIXH Jackson Ivy iMiy Not Irtpuro him Students r About one hundred students from this county are attcndim foreign collages and schools most ly at Herea Morel Green 111111 Buckhorn It would bo a groa saving std convenience to the pco plo of our town and county tt have nil these students attend col logo here Why not prepare foi them Xo Ptlmch1uJ A class meeting will be conducted at the Methodist churc It Sunday morning by II IL Gibson lit 11 oclock There will be no preaching morning nor night There will bo no preaching at LordtS a but Sunday School as nsua withcommuion following Kngu tar services both morning nnd evening Sunday February 21 A Cliniljiiiff Cow On Monday morning G W thte a animal hind climbed up u ladder o f somo dozen or moro rungs sot at nn angle of about fortylive degrees some time during theI night The rungs of tho lndde- woro about four inches in width Mr Sowell was tarsal to lend her- r down the ladder and says sho cam down hurriedly but IrneoCullI A Successful ItolI1IIThe sorios of revival meetings nttho Methodist churchclosed on last Sunday night During thoI two weeks titan in which theI wcro conducted by Rev E G H Mann of Winchester who te r assisted by tho pastor IJov W W Green largo and attentive crowds attended each service at which much interest was mani rusted There were n number of conversions and accessions to the church JIKATIIS Tho twoyearold child of Henry Hudson of Noble died last week Mr Hudsons wife who has been sick for several months has no improved Pcny Roberts died at his homo near Hindman on February nth Ills remains were buried in the Noble grave yard near Noble Mr Roberta was for many years a respected citizen of this county nnd only recently moved to Knott tVlihts Marriage Licenses Tho following marriage licenses have been issued since our last publication John Yandcrpool of Lambric and Miss Louise Fletcher of Rays San Whittakcr and Miss Bessie Clemons both of Quicksand Benjamin Miller nnd Miss Mar garet Mullms both of Decoy- G P Stong and Miss Laura I White both of Whick James Campbell and Miss Dora Harnolt both of Lost Crock Arthur Johnson of Turkey ant Miss Eliza Combs of Shoulder Blade Monroo Jackson ooh and Allio Fair Crawford col both of Jackson Rev Harry W Thompson united this couple Bridge Wrings W OD The Fiscal Court awarded tlu privilege of collecting toll on the Jackson bridge for one year frog- March 1st to S II Fugato for ljC500 Tho bridge is now pay jog 72 per cent on the investment t and is one of tho most valuable IIiecos county If tho money that this bridge has earned had been saved together with what will bo paid in this year it would havo paid for tho Jackson bridge tho Middle Fork and Quicksand bridges thnt havo already been built nnd also for a bridge at Canoe Fork and Lost Creole which should havo been built before now- CLOSING SEASON SALE I will for the next thirty days sell any article in my storo at cost in order to make ready for my now spring stock Ladies underwear hosiery dross goods nnd millinery goods at less than cost- aABOlt113AiLCY tIww t w wwflqnll h EJUOTEL aEonOPPOSITE GOURT J 1011 Campton Kentucky I Oilers to the public rooms suppliedwith grates and a full Sunhat + + of coal in tho corner to insure comfort whon gas fails which it often does in cold weather Its room is now and commodious and has a coal stove Itho Its tables aro supplied with all tho delicacies in Campto- nBREAKFAST SERVED AT 510 A M TO MBKT TflK KAIIIY TKAIN SUPPER HELD FOR EVENING TRAIN HATES lodging 50 cents Meals Three for 1 or as cents for a single meal V There is absolutely no danger of cremation in of fire as we have only four rooms up stairs and clSeiare in brick with three ways of escape YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED Ca = r= 7 I 7 SIMPSON LUTES 11t011t11T01a MMMMMMMM1MMMMr MMMMMM1 C G Curry was called to the bedside of his wife at Campton Thursday Sho was reported dangerously ill Tho fiscal court is now in session making settlement with the sheriir The delinquent list is less than it has been for several years rSelice nt the Baptist church Sunday nt 11 a m and 7 p in Morning subject Tho Cross Evening subject Tho Sinner ns God Sees Him Everybody wel come While you are attending circuit court come in and take advantage ono of our great combination bargains and supply your CnmllI mattertwhile you can got Mr anti Mrs John Robinson who have been visiting Mrs Robinsons sister Mrs J W Prowitt havo returned to their homo in Ml Sterling Mrs Prowitt accompanied them home II L Halos is preparing to nova to Cartorsville Ga whore ho has accepted n position with Cnpt F II Enright Mr Uilos Ihnol been n citizen of our county 1011111Criends leave Will Sot Leave P II Harris will not leave Jnckson as early as ho oxpoctod Ho is special agent to sell a patent smoothing iron in Hrcathitt Knott Pike and Floydcounties IIo will also continuo his photo graphing business in the adjoining counties and will wait on tho peo plo at their homes to do their work as usual Ho solicits tho patronage of tho public FOR SALE A good saddle horse well gait cd and about 164 hands high JUOCJK ALUXANOKU STKONO Athol Ivy HuslgusLRev J ned churchiat this place vt 1 rt farewell sermon Sunday the 21th Court Proceedings Marion Adkins and Bud Tolson had their examining trial last Friday charged with the murder of tai Lykins at Muirs Camp JudgeeTaulbeo held Adkins without bail 1000twhich ho gave Charlio Pierce who was arrest ed chargedwith dynamiting Joseph Loveloys mill some time ago had nn examining trial before lodge Tnulbee Wednesday and was hold to answer in n bond of 1000 which he foiled to give and wos 8ont to jail03cnr Patton was discharged Can Not Sue State Board Judge Parker in tho Fayotte circuit court ruled that the State Hoard of Charities could not be sued for damages resulting from acts of their agents in the case of tho Administrator of Fred Kottor er against tho State Board of Charities and Dr J S Redwino Attorneys for the pluntiff immedi ately filednn amended petition making Dr Redwino solo defend nt in a suit for 50000 damages hrth Cut S1ass- AlI1tO11IALI I 11II ltJaddlngrosonls FOR BOWLS PITCH EHS TUMBLERS WINK GLASSES SYHUP VASES I ICE STANDSI pt TICE6 FROnsoe to 5- 0Jeweler i I IIIt MAIN Tin STHEE1I IA I Lull Lint of KYI ISlInr at Moderate R A CHILDERS WITH JOS 0 REED DRY GOODS CO PORTSMOUTH 0 Solicits time trade of the mountain people Ho will bo- AT JACKSON I2VI3UY JIO DAYS jlostn1Sowill save you money fob 1 ly WANTED Salesmen and collectors for Perry Knott Lotchor and Leslie SowingMachines fered Apply or address Singer Sowing Machine Co IncorporatedJackson Ky 12tf J DLAXTER Mgr WFF5 5RE By virtue of Execution No 221 in favor of Frank Do La Lannc Co vs Mary E Strong now Mary K Stidham which issued from the Clerks ollico of tho Hrcathitt Circuit Court now in my hands for collection I or ono of my deputies willon Monday February 2507 between the hours of 12 oclock Dim and 2 oclock P Matthe Court House door in tho town of Jackson Breathitt County Kentucky expose to public salo to the highest bidder tho fol lowing property or so much thereof as may bo necessary to satisfy the amount of tho plaintiffs interest and Costs anti ShcrilTs commissions tho undivided twofl this interest descended from Thos II Deaton and Sarah I Jane Deaton in two tracts of land lying and being in Breathitt county Ky on Middle fork of tho Kentucky river on the South side thereof at tho mouth of Longs Creek and beginning at J MANTELS 1 Ve carry a complete line of Wood Mantels Tile Grates Etc =r Our mantes are of beautiful design and are == t excellently mannfactnred Vc have many patterns from which to select from the daintiest base to the heaviest cabinet Catalogues mailed upon request COMBS LUMBER CONo 234 EAST MAIN STREET BOTH PHONES No 139 No 919 WEST HIGH STREET BOTH PHONES No 25 LEXINGTON KENTUCKY A 0 0 said river at tho mouth of Longs creole thence running down said river with its meanders to thin lower end of a bottom nt a conditional line made between James Johnson and George W Belcher and Bowling thence with said conditional line as marked running up the hill to a beech tree by the road thence with said conditiorn lino as marked up the hill to the top of tho ridge between Deaton branch and Longs croak thence with the top of time ridge to where the lino of tho land deeded to James Johnson and William Strong crosses the ridge thence down tho hill with said Willian Strongs line to a black gum near Longs creek thence down the creek with a marked lino along tho hillside to a beech tree near the bank of the creek a short distance above the end of the field thence to the creek thence down the creek as it meanders to the beginning at the mouth of the creek containing 100 acres more or less 2nd Tract A tract of land in Hronthitt County Ky on the North East side of the Middle Fort of the Kentucky River and lying on and near Bowlings Creek a tributary of said Middle Fork and bounded as follows Beginning nt or near tho mouthof Bowlings Creek on time lower side of tho same thence up said Bowling Creek with its meanders to a largo sycamore treo standing on tho bank of said creek opposite a lint rock anti Lynn tree about 125 yards from the mouth of said creek thence crossing saidcreek to said flat rock mimi Lynn tree thonce up tho point and with Edward Deatons heirs lino to tho top of the ridge thence with tho top of tho ridge nnd said lino to John Gays Heirs line thenco with said line and the top of said ridge to Richard Combs lino thence with said lino to a small hickory standing on tho top of said ridge at tho top of the spur lending down to the mouth of said Gays heirs branch on the lower sido of said branch thence down said spur to tho mouth of said branch at Bowlings creek nt a beech tree thence up saidcreek with its meanders to a stooping sycamore tree standing on tho right hand of said creek opposite 1I cliff thence crossing said creek and the up point a straight lino to tho top of tho ridge between Combs branch and Main HichnrdI creole and with said running with the top of and said line to Irvine Suiccrs lino on top of the dividing ridge between said Bowlings Creole and Lick Brunch thence with tho top of said ridge and said Spicnr lino around to Jackson Calltilmns line henco with top ofsaid ridge andsuid Callahnns lino to to opposite a large rock with three holes in said rook in the edge of said Middle Fork river nt Jackson Jallahans upper corner thenco with said Callahnns line to said rock in the river thence up said Middle Fork as it meanders to tho mouth of said Bowlings Crook time beginning containing 300 acres more or less Leic upon ns the property of Mary E Strong now Mary E Stidhnm a defendant in said execution TormsSale will be made on n credit of threo months bond with approved security required bearing interest at tho rate of six percent per annum from day of sale and having tho force of a replevin bond Amount to be made by this sale 18075 Witness my hand this tho 18th day of January 1907 BIIKCK CRAWFORD S B C By Benny Tout in D S ioR DYSPEPSIA DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Relines Indigestion Sour Stomach Belchlne of Gas Etc miFAHID ONLY AT THB LAIOKATOIT O- rE C DoWITT lCOMPANY CHICAGO ILL TAOKSCTNT DBTTa GO t m Mt rofc M l HH uHo u tItu o o o o o it r- r You Will Get AH Thatstor Corning to ouro 1- tw O o + t FAKERYi iIn our method of business for every dollar p you payus you got ono hundred cents value in r return I- rc ire We Believe in Square Treatment o l lI mightiW then you wouldnt know how good they are- Ira COME TO OUR STORE s r tPrj So you can see for yourselfthats the surest wayt t kSi1- j Crawlrd Cc Lo o JACKSON KENTUCKY Woiww w i i 4 ii liIoi i W ATCHESn Q r S35O 500AND UP Silver Novelties Cut Glass Rings AND ALL KINDS OP First= Class Jewelry 8o DFLEENOR JEWELER AND OPTICIAN TACKSON KENTUCKY Kodol IndigestionRelieves palpitation of the heart Digests what you cat PURL BRED GOLDEN BRONZE TURKEYS1Oo SINGLE COMB BROWN LEGHORN CHICKENSorFrom Prize Winning stock Fresh eggs for hatching in season Prices right MIVLHAGINS r JACKSON KY W H Henderson Ayres Street Opp PnitOQlue LEXINGTON KY DEALER IN Grain Seeds Feed CornOIoerlime Grass Orchard Grass Hungarian Hay Straw Hill Feed ASK THE MAN Who has favored us with job printing if ho was poaaod with tho work and tho quaility of paper THEN ASK US For samples and prices You will find our prices tho LOWEST and our stationery the BEST Wo havo two firstclass printers and if you want printing that will combine good points artistic and valuable lot us figure on It for yon Our work has the extra touch that pays It looks right to our customers and benefits the business We underprice any print shop THE BREATHITT COUNTY NEWS el l H Captain In f the Ranks By GEORGE GARY EGGLESTON Oopvrtoht JXi bv A S DameS A Oo ptZWicrs JS8 Fifth Ave nus Xtw York When on the next afternoon tho genI end freight agent who had times met Duucan at Captain hal i lama house read the letter his atten I Ion wus ut once attracted precisely na Guilford Duncan had lultfuded that It chould be by the elaborate formality of the signature- So Hallams got that smart young man of his at work has beT the freight agent muttered Well well see what we can do with him But lie deliberately waited till 0 oclock that ntgljt before responding Thou owning the telegraph key at his el how he called Duncan and Duncan who had learned telegraphing as ho had learned many other things as a p part of his equipment for work promptly went to his key and answer oil the call The general freight agent Celled out this message Simply Impossible to furnish cars you ask Havent got them Duucan responded The Quentin mine gets all cars need ld We demand our share and I shall Inajat upon the demand Tho reply came I tell you we cant do It Ill run down to your place tomorrow or next day and explain Dont want explanations answer til Duncan I want the cars IJut we simply cant furnish them nut you simply must What It I refuse Then Ill adopt other measures But you wont refuse Why not- Lecauso I know too much answer ed Duncan I shall send to you by special messenger on the train that will I pass hero within an hour a letter mat Ins a formal tender of the freight I uiaUo that tender by talograph now tai you caay as well accept It In that v y Your scab Is ft chartered como I Jy skill ttlll remain to be proved 1 ansiccrcd Oic other ition carrier Your lawyers vflU advise you that you cannot refuse freight p formally tendered to you for carriage unless you cun show an actual Inabil ity In that case you must show that you are doing your best by all shippers ullUe that you are treating them with WI equal hand You perfectly well low you are not doing that You Iiow you have cars In plenty Your luow you are deliberately dlscrlmluat lnj against this mine and In favor of Its rival I make formal demand on bialf of tho company I represent for f al cars needed for tho shipment of UiU freight If they aro not forthcom ing as you say thoy will not be I give iotlce that I will dump the coal by the hide of your loading sldo track nnd 5 leave It there at your risk Good uUht jLuA Duncan shut aIr tho tele BiTpilnsliument andy d6voted himself f to tim preparation of his letter oCdc tuaud It should bo explained that the young nun was not making a blutrIn tho figurative phrase of that time and pouirtry when he telegraphed In this way to the general freight agent He liaI his tact well In hand As soon as Davidsons intimation had come to him to tho effect that tho railroad of lltMiIs were standing In with tho proprietors of the Quentin mlno he had UHgraphcd for Joo Arnold to come to him by a train that would arrive at midnight Joe Arnold was a detective of rare gifts and Incidentally a re porter on a Chicago newspaper Cap tnn Will Ilallam often had occasion to employ Joe and thus Duncan had come luto acquaintance with the young mans peculiar abilities for finding out thingsTo man when ho came by the btalnlght train Duncan said I must know who arc tho stock holders In the Quentln mlno both tlicwo of record and those whoso names do not appear on the stock books It pos BlUo I must know also what each stockholder actually paid for his eharett You must hurry I must have thU Information by noon tomorrow Youll need to use money perhaps Heres stake for expenses Como back 01 the noon train tomorrow And Joo Arnold came back bringing with him quite all the Information that GUilford Duncan wanted and con Kldorably more for ho brought with him transcripts of nil the correspond tueo that had passed between the rail roil people nnd the mine proprietors Including a dtapatch which the general freight had sent a little after Ilitnlht thnt morning to Napoleon Tiindy saying- Itillam has got that iharp young tel low Duncan at work and as you are aware ho knows his buslneca and his il3hts Im afraid hoH tnako a format putter of freight and a demand for cara I wiih you could come here but of course you cant BO long as you wish your stock hoiillnci In lhat mine down thcro and your relation with us to be kept secret riuaso telegraph any Instructions you may wish That dispatch of course had been tent not from the mines but from the general freight agents office in an other town But there were always men In those days who wero Interested to learn what was c1eevlyf among tho masters of finance of those overcurious ones Will a car I tab telegraph operator It was bllI practice to take off the w es w st = VtJrY i 4 road people Tljus It camo about that Joo Arnold brought to Gullford Duncan a mass ot accurate and detailed Informatloi which enabled him to take tho high hand In his telegraphic controversy with the general freight agent whet that person late In the evening eallei him up on tllo wIre In answer to his letter received tho night before Thins was Duncan armed capaplo for the telegraphic controversy And thus It came about that during the next six there were a hundred cars shunt theyIput of the Redwood mine- CILAPTEII XV ROM that hour forth the Red wood mine became n payIng F property nnd as Guilford Dun can liked to think one which wus contributing Its share to the public benefit and the welfare of time pro tile Rut Duncans work there hall only begun Having solved the problem of shipping coal as fast as the miners could dig It be gave his attention next to the equally pressing problem of Increasing output In tho solution of that a great help unexpectedly came to him Ho was sitting late one night over tho books nnd correspondence when near midnight a miner sought speech with him lIe bade tho man enter and without looking up from tile papers ho was studying asked him to take a seat Still without taking his eyes from tho papers he presently asked of the man who had not ncccptcd the Invitation to sit Well sir what can I do for you Nothing answered the man I came to servo you not to ask service The voice seemed familiar to Dun canalmost startlingly familiar Ho Instantly looked up and exclaimed Why Its Dick Temple Yes answered the other You and I quarreled very bitterly onco Tho quarrel was a very foolish one on my side And on mine tool responded Dun can grasping his former enemys hand Let us forget It and be friends With all my heart It was In that spirit that I came hither tonight I want to render you A service Meanwhile Duncan bad almost forced the miner Into n chair Tell me be said how It Is that yon That Im a miner You think of uic as nn educated engineer eh Well hints a long story and not at nil so iad a ono us you might suppose Ill tell you all about It nt another tlmo But It cnn wait while there nro some ther things that should bo said nothings that vitally affect tho affairs rou have In charge- It Is very good of you to como to me with suggestions and they will bo very welcome I assure you and very helpful Ive no doubt for I have faith In your skill as nn engineer My skill still rpmulus to be proved answered the other with the merest touch of liadncss In his utterance Hut at any rate 1vo had the very best engineering education that tho schools can give sever mind that and never ninth me I didnt como here to talk of myself I want to talk to you about this mine Good That Isfvhat I am hero for Go on Well everything here Is wrong With your readiness of perception you must have eocn that for yourself With tho general management I have noth ing to do Im only ono of the min erStllut thero Is a problem of ventila lion here that ought to bo solved and t have come simply to offer a solution In the Interest of the company that pays my wages and still more In the Interest of the miners Two of them were killed by choke damp a little while ago four of them aro now 111 from tho same cause while all of them aro earning less than they should be cause the best and most easily ac cessible headings are closed Is there any very serious difficulty Involved In tho problem of ventilating the mine None whatever at least no engi neering difficulty Just what do you mean I prefer not to say Perhaps I can guess said Duncan dl have myself discovered a very semi due difficulty In the personal equation Df Mr Davidson Ho does not want to ventftate tho mine Ho has his own seasons of course That dliliculty shall DO longer stand la tho way I shall ruminate It at once Go on please and tell mo of the engtneorlns 1Irob lem It scarcely amounts to a problem the mine lies only about seventyfive feet below tho surface At Its extreme intension the depth Is considerably less because of a surface depression there What I suggest la this Dig a Shaft at tho extreme end thus making H second opening and pass air freely through the mine from the one opening to the other The cost will be a mere trifleBut will the air pass through In that way Not without help But we can eas ily give It hell How Go on Explain your plan fullyWell wo have hero three or four of those big fans that the government had made for tho purpose of ventilating tho engine rooms and stokeholes of Its Ironclads They utterly failed and were sold CB junk Captain Ilallam bought a lot of them at the price of scrap Iron nnd sent them out hero Davidson tried ono of them and report 6d utter failure ns n result Tho tall tire was natural enough both In the cnso of the Ironclads and In that of the mine How soT Why In both cases an attempt was made to force air down into spaces al ready filled with an atmosphere denser than that above That was absurdly Impossible ns any engineer not an Idiot should have known And yet you think you can use those fans successfully in ventilating the mineI do not think I know If Mr Davldioa will permit mo to explain Never mind Davidson If this er orlment is to bo tried you shall your iclf bo the man to try it Go on plw 1 t s But Duncan I simply mustnt be mown in the matter at all Why noU I have a wife to care for I cant ifford to be discharged No Duncan t must not be known In this matter or lave anything to do with the execution of the plans I suggest I want rou to trout them as your own BUg est them to Davidson nUll persuade aim to carry them out In that way nil t good nnd nothing of harm will be loneWhy then havent you suggested your plans to Davidson I have and he has scornfully re fected them Coming from you he may treat them with a greater respect Go on then nnd tell me how you purpose to ventilate the mine Im ulghtlly Interested said DuntanIThank you said Temple My plan is perfectly simple You cant I force nlr down Into a mine with any pump that was over Invented or any i ump that ever will bo devised by iuiqan ingenuity TInt you can enl tad certainly draw nlr out of n mlnoIAnd when there nre two be mineone nt either ondli you Craw nlr out at one end fresh air will of Itself rush In at the other end to tnke Its place My plan Is to sink n shaft nt tho farther end of tile mine and to build an nlr tight box nt tho surface opening completely closing It except for nn outflow pipe Then I shall put one of the big Ironclad fans Into that box upsldo down When it is set spinning it will suck air out of the mine and fresh nlr will rush In at the main shaft to tnko the place of tho air removed Duncan was intensely interested Very eagerly ho bent forward as he asked You are confident of success In thisMore than confident Im sure Duncan rarely showed excitement When bo did so It was in ways pe culiar to himself At thin point ho rose to his feet and with an unusually slow nnd careful enunciation said Go to work at this Job early tomor row morning Dick or this morning rather for It Is now 1 oclock Your wife Is Mary of course Thieve ws n choking sound In Dun cans voice as he uttered tho words Ies of course aiwvenxl the other Instinctively grasping Duncans hand and pressing It In warm sympathy Will you bear her a message from tacT Yes any message you are moved to send Till her that Gullford Duncan has appointed you sole engineer of these mines with full salary mill that If you succeed In the task you have under taken a far better salary awaits you You nre to go to work nt once digging the new ventilating and pumping shin ft You are to procevd at once to Install any other Improvements necessary Ill look to time payments Incidental to your work My mission here Is to make this mine a paying property To that end you nre to bear In mind I have an entirely free humid and all the money needed Is nt my command Now let that finish business for to night I want you to spend the rest of the dark hours In telling mo your story and Marys I want to know all that him happened to both of you since well since sho told me she loved you multI not me Tell mo time story of what has happened to you and Mary since the day when we quarreled IIko a palm of idiots and like men of sense decid ed not to fight I want to hear it nil Ill tell it mill said time other And Temple related to his former rival In love how he a well educated engineer in the Confederate service bad after the war been reduced by many sue cessive misfortunes to the position of a coal miner 1ftC J THE TEXAS YONDER cures all Kidney Bladder and Ulicuinatic troubles Sold by nil druggists or two months treatment by mail for 100 Dr E W IIU1 2926 Olivo street St Louis Mo Send for Kentucky testi monials 22ly Many a mans religion would grow all right if he would let itsI roots alone No architect ever yet designed monument heavy enough to hold down a mans guilty past Chronic Constipation Cured One who suffers from chronic con stipitllon U In dangtlr of many serious ailments Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation us It aids digestion and stimulates the liver and howell restoring tIme nnturnl action of these organs Commence taking It today and you willfeel better at once Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate orgclpe and is very pleasant to take Refuse substitutes Jackson Drug Co Tho Wolfe Circuit Court ad journed last week after a sisteen days session Nine felony cases were tried resulting in onlone conviction The civil docket was heavy La Grippe and Pneumonia Foleys Honey and Tar cures la grippe coughs and prevents pneumonia Refuse any but the genuine In time yel ow package Jackson Drug Co The mill is sure to be swept assay when the church tries to grind its grist with the devils power special Announcement Regard lag the National Pure Food timid Drug Law We are pleased to announce that foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung trouble Is not affected by the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and we recommend It- as a safe remedy for children and adult Jackson Drug Oo w 2 OUR COMBINATIONS In order to accommodate those of our subscribers who want to tuku more than one paper we have arranged time following combina lions which will bo in force till March 1st unless sooner with clmwn by the publishers Wo cnn save you money on any paper or magazine published in the Unitoi States FOll 1 25 Wo will send you The Urcnthitl County News and Weekly Louisville Herald or Homo and Farm one year FOlt150 The Breathitt County News and Weekly CourierJournal Week ly Cincinnati Enquirer ono year FOR S2 00 nndIVOlt 3 50 The Ureathitt County News and the Louisville Daily Post one year and tho Kentucky Gover nors chart FOR 5 00 The Breathitt County News and tjio Daily Louisville Times one year FOR tt 00 Tho Breathitt County News and the Daily Lexington Herald or the Daily Lexington Leader FOR 0 50 The Breathitt County News and the Daily CourierJournal one year Those combinations arc for the benollt of our old as well as new subscribersThe alone 1 00 per year or 50c six months To the first one hundred who take any of the above combina tions we will give n subscription to the American Farmer free This is a campaign year and you will want to posted Give us your subscription for any paper or magazine you want Wo guar antee to save you money Cmiiion or address BREATHITT COUNTY NEWS Jackson Ky Tho Itout of Most Crime Whcn n person comes to look nt at tIme court calendar and see the number of crimes which have been committed under tim influence of drink he cannot help saying n wordor two on that subject Time more he thinks of tho matter the more does he come to the conclusion that the root of almost all crime is drink Christ wont stay in time house with a jug of whisky Nothing will relieve Indigestion Ilia U not a thorough diceslant todui digests what yen eat mind allows tin tftoinach to rest riCiperate grow strung again KODOL U a iolutioi of digestive nciil and at nenrlp AS pos sible approximates the digestive juice that are tumid In time vlomnch KODOI takes the work or digestion off the di gestive organ nnd while p rforminj this work Itself does greatly assUt thr etoniucli to a thorough rest In addi tion time ingredient of KODOL ort uuh as to make It a corrective of tin highest tflUlency and by its actfoi tIme stomach is restored to Its norma activity and power KQDOL It inanu Inctured in strict conformity with tin Nail nal Pure Food tend Drug Laws Sild by Jack nn Drug Co A poor Irishman who applied for a license to sell whisky being CJuestioned as to his fitness for the trust replied Ahl sure it is not much of a character a man needs to sell whisky Ho loses his intellectual powers who docs not put them out nt in terest The preaching ofa glorious Christ is often undone by a gloomy church Willie walled and Winnie wheezed while wintry winds whined weirdly Willo wriggled while Winnie vlieezed wretchedly Wisdom whispers win ter winds work wheeze Wherefore we write Use Kennedys Cough syrup Nothing else to good Sold by Jackson Drug Co Things nro seen by time eyes only after they are appreciated by the heart Many a preacher loses his power by pointing men the way he has never gone This May Intercut You No one is immune from kidney trouble so just remember that VuleyV Kidney Cure will stop time Irregulari ties and cure army case of kidney and bladder trouble that la not beyond ihi reach of medicine Jackson Drug Co Henry Tucker and wife of tVoodford county are the parents- of four consecutive pairs of twins Unnecessary friction withour fellows takes from lifes force but th9 necessary friction adds to it Many a man will find when the light of Heaven searches out the sources of his revenue it will make revenue itwillmalcelmis righteous ness look rather ragged r Use a little KODOL after your mesh and ii will lie round lo afford ii prompt stint elllcient relief KODOI nearly approximates time digestive Julcos It digebla I lint you eat Ill told on n iiinintei d relief jiluu old here by Jnckgon Drug Oo Two Baptist ministers are can didatcs for the Republican norni tion for tho Kentucky Legislature from tho district composedof Knox nnd Whitloy counties Time editor of time Memphis Tenn Time writes In my orlnloi Folvys Honey and flu U tIme boat remedy for coughs coMa1111 ltmimg trouble mind to iiy personal knowledgt Koleys Honey nnd Tar lUll accom pllulied many permanent cured Ihnl have jenii little simon ol ninrveloiis rofiifta shy lint tIme genuine in tIme yellow packttge Jiickiun Drug Co The jury in the case of Nnthtu B Tudor charged with tho killing of his brother Martin Tudor in Madison county were unable tu agree and were discharged IMei ol people havo Iiles Wh suffer from lilies when jou can use UsWllts CarbolUed Witch Ilnze Salve and get rdlef Nothing else mo good 1ieare of Imitations See that ilas name is stumped on each box old by Jauksou Drug Co IJcsse Fitzgerald a negro com domncd to be hanged today nt Barbourville was baptized in a bathtub in the Lexington jail last Saturday it being necessary to double up his legs to get him in side the tub All hendoclu go When you grow wlier And learn to use An Early Uiier- DeWltlV Little Early Risers safe sure pills Sold by Jackson Drug Go D Mitchell stud to be the leader of an organized band of horse thieves who have been operating in Harrison county for several years was shot in the head Inst Saturday by Policeman Hughes of Cynthiana dying almost instantly Ho was resisting arrest Foleyt Hnnrj and Tar curve thr most obstinate coughs sad expels the cold from time system as it Is mildly laxative Ill guaranteed Time genu ine I in the yellow package JCkulII Drug Cu- Formmicr Governor Preston 11 Leslie died nt his home nt Helena Montana Inst Thursday aged SS years Mr Leslie had the distinction of having been Governor- of Kentucky nnd of tho Territory of Montana The Limit of Life The most eminent medical scientist mire unanimous In the conohiilon thnt the generally accepted limitation of human life U many year below tin tllalnment lo8llible with the advanced knowledge with which ihw race Is pos eased The critical period that de termines its duration seems to be be tween CO tenth 00 the proper care ol time body during thla decade nannot btl too stron lIIrged careltfsineia then beIng fatal to longevity Natures best helper after 50 U Electric Hitters the scientific tonic medicine that re- vItalIzes even organ of the body Guaranteed by Jackson Drug Co tOc Paris n town long noted for its numerous saloons hod entered up on a local option fight The ques tion of n special registration is being agitated It is said tho L N railroad will contribute largely to time antisaloon campaign fund Itcgiilitr ns thu Sun Ii an expression as old as the race No doubt the rising and the setting of the sun Ii the must regular perfor mance In the universe unless Ills the ncllon of the liver anl bowels when regulated with Dr KIIII11 New Lila DrugCoThe most dangerous thing about the path of sin is that many be Hove it is n short cut to happiness It never has led there and never will but its lying fingerpost deceives thousands every year just the same Everybody Should Know 4575 0 0 Hays a prominent business man of Bluff Mo that Buckleni Ar- nica Salve ls the quickest sad surest healing salve ever applied to a sore burn or wound or lo a case of pllei Ive used It mind know what Im talk Ing about Guaranteed by Jackson Drug Co 250IThree of Mrs Florinda Garmnn of near Morgan town broke through the ice while playing on a pond Sunday and were drowned CountryTheCounty and tlio best friend of my tarn Illy writes Wm M Diotz editor arid publisher of the Oitego Journal Gil bertsvhhle N Y18 Dr Kings New Discovery It has proved to be an infallible cure for coughs and colda making short work of the worst of them We always keep a bottle In the IOUSP I believe U to be the most valuable prescription known fur Lung md Throat diseases Guaranteed to JllcluoriDrubottle free 1 J 1 I RAILROAD TIME TABLES fcLl LIEIRAILWAY VINT13I6 TIJHH TAULI2 EFFECTIVE NOV 18 1103 I I WEST BOUND No1 NOJ Ex Sun AM P n Lv Jackson 6 10 2 20 I O K Junction 0 15 2 25 Elkatawn fl 20 2 ao Athol 0 40 2 62 Tallega J 49 a 00 St Helens 0 f 9- Uentty 8 11 villo Junct 7 07 3 20 Torrent 7 30 3 41 Campion Juhct 7 18 a fi1 Duiulco 7 S31 1 oa Filson S OH 1 14 Stanton 8 IB 4 2t Clay City 8 25 1 ai LEIuncl 900 5 07 Winchester 9 12 S 20 Ar Lexington t 9 55 1 05 u EAST ROUND Daily Daily so ii NO 4 Ex Sun IM AM Lv Lexington 2 LS 7 35 Winchester 3 10 8 13 L E Junct a 25 8 26 Clay City- Stanton 4 00 02 4 10 n 10 Filson 4 2G 9 22 Dundee 1 iT 0 31 Campton Janet 4 40 9 38 Torrent 4 67 9 56- BenttyvillcJunct I 18 10 17 St Helens r 2U 10 25 Tnllega 5 87 10 35 Athol C 45 10 43 G 06 11 10 ElkutnwaOK G 10 11 15 Ar Jackson G 15 11 20 CONNECTIONS L E JUNCTION Trains Nos 1 anti 3 will make connections with C 0 Uy for Mt Sterling CAMPTON JUNCTION All trains connect with Mountain Cen tral Kail way for Pine Ridge und Campton nJ AlTVVILLE UNCTION Trains Nos 2 and 4 connect with L A Ky for passengers to timid from Beattyville 0 K JUNCTION Trains No 3 nnd 4 with the Ohio ca Kentucky for local stations on 0 1C Ky CH AS SCOTT G P A- tiI Sufferers Iaa y v 1 V ftjl tereI of IlheuDlatJu1l trvj tula WARDS Rh lij i8 ml LrPills that on know I of this rrcui tiictllciae1 I edlH but give this II pbprtclatu and friend ai Incurable hart been rtlletnl and permanently cured limo to cared Jlu1 a heItoday Price Your Want Lifer Fills 11 no wont supply you I nn substitute but tend tu to cents and weIwill forward you a bottle prepaid On the market for thlrtjflre year THE PRINCE MEDICINE COMPANY I 122 Hampshire St Cambridge Mass i Uuraa Colds ProvenU PlIal II FREE 1mtii1aily youhay thoroulhtr1al OoI FOLEnJIUmAftDTARI w l Florida and Cuba tjrTho Winter IMuyirroimtl f 1 Kiwlly and Quickly Itiyichod Ava b timei a 1 t South nll Railway AND TUB c QUK1JN CHIJSCUXT HOUTK i lust and convenient schedules At Comfortable Pullman Equipment Dining Car Service i ATTRACTIVE XOUKS it 1 Through Florida inchidinKadei 1liulitful son vo ngo to Havana Cuba Key West or Nassau N p I nt low rates i- VAUIAHLK ROUTE TlOKISTSv 0 i Going via Asheville and Tho Land of the Sky returning di rector vice versa with stopover pri yll gcsJFLORIDA SPECIAL In service again be innin Jan j JfPulhoauruband St Augustine without change Florida Limited now on daily 5 Cheap Homoseekers Tickets on qalo to Texas Oklahoma Indian 4otherwest mul southeast January 15 February 5 and 19 and March fjtand 1- 1For illustrated 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