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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, April 26, 1907. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1907 bre1907042601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Breathitt County news: n. Friday, April 26, 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. 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stood tho test for 10 years for stye lit nMwear wo ire IT j i A r WELCOME INVIATION9 ii f 14Is extended to tho Ladies to call 4 and i 6at the iItatty HO V styles in Womens Suits SkifrWaists S YirakJJndorwcar And Hosiery They aroWetty r onoug l an wi iinn who doesnt rnu to tlput nrlclm nuy in liar fcpflng frock t AJ i j j A Firestein fisEusterV J r 1 h sr- Piili car UW b Jvw U bew ro ti L 1 to LOW RATES TOvSOUTrl AND SOUTHWEST i OU1IEI N R I a itFrom LEXINGTON To ONE WAY HOUND TI11P Lath Tuesday in April First i bird Tueadny Each Month Stiw Ilnt0 t 31 C trond Oldl u 11 tlOklahomalIPTulsr 1 r O 0tlr 011rown8villu T xlls80H 7 l 31lIlIlIs Texas SBO 7ii 113 75TexasHouston03820 u 7ntoniontonioSil 55- S19 45 San Waco 1oxIIs83 75tl On Sale Every Day in April 8 88 CO One way CnHfornliuculnmon points 10 40 Portland Ore om x SSTJJf Spokane Washington Hound saltriT1 00 JU April 21 to Nay 17 Final For other information call 01 Low vitas to many other points write a B S YENT T P A 101 E Main Lexington K PlJ C m i- st0eKyStsa 525E52575 52Sd52S25 v F CitCashier F P CRAWFORD Vice Pros 11 UpJ M P DAVIS Acting Cashier JACKSON iAZiS DEPOSIT r1 BANK rnI 111 Jackson Kentucky tend Surplus 2735000 I Paid up Capital I and accounts of rntlo la lJusiaoss wo soliettlto Banking r Lumber Manufacturers a Timber Dealers ID Menn rn u m cl1nnts1V11Jl m CuatOlnOraslgn m LIBERAtlIlTRMS u n m u r r Within the limits = l ECIALTYL E1a5 t 25P525y t R II t t- Y w + 1t f + I Resolutions HIlIHIJIitIpursttito fawnsal D the meeting was called to ordoi4 byV seI McLin county chairman n siF meetingIhoJollowing acted il1st J B McLin was elected Squpon motion duly seconded the temporary oryntiintion was made pcrinniient secondsitI Ircrdose pointed A JL Pulton J Wise Ikll1nations JrU The Cinm iito on Hcsp lutiont renortcdlas folloga ol upprovcof the time purpose and place of this committee Wo recommend the follwiriJ bCheldApril 21 IflOj1to nominate a Ke publican candid alp for liailrond Commissioner for the Third dis trict 0f Kentucky J Wise Hagins J B McLin S Jolins6VAIIKjUtonM Grout John Grillith II Sio UlfHiram Lawson John Lovelace tJlL Little Sam Pcnibertbn OV Haginii Matt Spencer G G Brown and S H Hurst and that they be and nre hereby instructed cast IJo yule Brcathitt county in saidcouicntion for lion ly or Jlci11 briJl fr tTo nonllnnt Ol sruiC oWcc and vote on all questions as unit 4th The report motion duly seconded was unanimously adopted and the forego j g arced persons were were name n Bet- egltes to said convention duly n oUiI UUpon motion I ltscc9mled convention ndjo d eihedic dn J 11 McLix JGhairnian Attest S Jonsso Sec PANTS PANTSII PANTS All kinds from the cheapest to best at Jones store uThe Kentucky Girlr 11ilThere are many ways you can 4s1eucl your time Theres grace and beauty in every scBut search you widely from pole nry tists soul Like thoKcntucky Girl As her tilting measure comes to no- l drink it as the bird or bee Andjbreatho it to tho trees wiles wooers tnUleIII do not mean that a girl Inbeso good that she can net even see wiles that are in this world like one so blind shed walk to tho very abyss from which a girl full wise yet sure would steer her craft lo a safer shore where rose and lilies striving there doth ba bravely mIIIHer face laughs each rippling rillSBut Ihl my heart keep still I keep still For yonder by the rippling stets Where violets bloom and lillies gleam Tlib Kentucky Girl Fulfills the artists fondest dream F N S God far cverjthluK a salve is lI fur and especinil recommended for Pie That ti wl1l1t Wd eat stn illI DdWms OarbonUed Witch Jlfzel Salve Iiiat In what Uventy sears If IGlnk1IIi v t F t2 EICh r J tlnt w nS S Roberts sol Rajiirmifl si mule for gJOO cn t IHenry Francis i jjLwiui ttslt- faA cd A Roberts anVUfnJIy Sunday Mrs Win Ctllil 11ly 110 lit beers sick or th l cckiis im provenL f r Alexjrixldi x is Me to boa htlhrcoiwiks illness of 0 r CmpbelloIhinn Ilobcrtsat 3 tlncc la- o aviceh yfrljs Cora Con c11r lias e turned to her horn gt Stiicy n ft r B tt w atny with 1 itr un vImllbehIRev G K DriiQial and wife hisfevtiil rrGotfor Iff was in tii neighliorltor1tl1ltstj Il l1ter his lutcrestJ IffnArJitJ on Jjl I rnnchg The now buildfajhtulns plact revsadBrethrenSuninischoo l is 1n Inre attendance nlid go rdcr I w rrtbof tM tIindntnn innk 1ti sic tbIO h here list Sut1a bl hi ntoinnsasandUlanhb CgsisiGeln nntl loo uutf j 10cn tbAli I briiLaniht i abil Green rrCr mqrrffi atlbolfome lth wjcsparonu last Tlurs fliciatoil ing friends were present A nice dinner was served iiftb1 which the wedding party left immediate for the grooms hJmc whero a nrrl1c p tic Sll V niiting 1I 1rIWall Paper Wuij Paper Junes Jones Jonc MILL BRANCH Andrew Bowman has returned ftollll1cr coUe c his I Sr usaliit P1 Rvtsited her nioiJ 1 1I1ttrO l n Sun= a s Anna JohnsontvisitedMrs Julia Gabbard on Jetts Creel SuntIaylitWe have a Sunday schoolon Mill Branch and every one is in ited tonttend fo- Ali Annie Johnson had n fenc ug and the twenty participants made a good jobaMrs Matt Johnson is on tlt list and Mrs Anderson John son who has been sick for some time is worse Bro W AU Buckets tf preached ion four nights in succession at M W Millers There were largo audiences present and good behavior CLEMONS hieScuit houseI 1tl C Wilson wlUlhCre rccentl Binspecting tics G W Barnctt lias planted twelve acres of corn Edand Pearl Wilson wore visit ors at W J Sarongs SutmdnyI isM D Richie and wife have beet n visiting James Montgomery of QuicksandAlex passed here Mon day on his way to Jackson from Lambric where ho had been in peeling tics plcparingmok toIi o for a situation as guard nt the exposition f For clothing of all kinds go to Jones Ho can dive you money pilieand ba BUM an CWitt01 The pills IV I sure uUsfaclory pills They gripea reputation 1br nrneald Jaok ton n mdt hefeifif c ti L AROUSSEAU vf tQr11 h Cl to lil GoloIll1rur1lpronort vG P Bacjj pCLmnhrid is or grfnfzing a Junior lodge here Jock Lovely tails returned from the hospital nt Lexington and is- Iucttinl well The nttendanceat the Jtousscan houseVDanielMdntosh and Mr Doergave an interesting talk OWSLEY COUNTY BOONEVILLEI slscant cold wcathqr haskillcd 2 all kinds of fruit ihrough this count rt rttro Il1rs riof Beattyvillc v WgaWcd a Baptist church at thi place Sunday Plowijig Ijjis begun itw1 enrncst KI iho formers are bUlllr yelintllitJ their springy IJJtttis io ed by dot Beckrli nt 1 iliuiiVAA S It i r oufrIHbthiEl crn foniJI1 llJOpft Jo flit jlar ii 4 1 formerchiJJ nOuk V firmer of Paint Lick Ky lnt G tnnilifl the funeral ntt C Trend 1 ily Saturday t Hill Sanders is still laughing nndrefuses to be quietedThey- urp twins it 103 anda girlborn lEd Moodny Tlia jtlotlier and the nics are doingjvoll TJip maSs convention Saturday J jfromconvention on the 4th inst jjA11mDistrict of Kentucky Ed Campbell who tins been in s for JlWI Q tlmo iitOueit1 Boonet jlle nil Wore larisre rtinJo firm qE Beck A IILJoWilder + r lirucfioodwdrd has just finish cdlnconcrctoJJI1einent in front of p ion Main Street also frpin tliestrcct to hisd welling and I und it which IIIIJIUIUO the U p Ujaranco a great deal T C Ful S r r B BullSck are haying H ncreto pavements in front and J out their property on Mulberry II OtII C Trsadway our deputy t sheriff who loft hero mast Tuesday r Frankfort to convey Henry Stamper to the penitentiary was II found dead in his room at a hotel I t Frankfort from asphyxiation S theeSnight filling tho room and caus ing his depth The remains were i brought to this county and buried tho old Tread way grove yard J Sturgeon near Vincent by th order of Odd Fellows to I i he belonged Mr Tread way wa ono of our best citizens and was prominent in the business nUnitsI of tho county lIe had been Cir Court Clerk deputy clerk and deputy sheriff and had made wasya candidate for sheriff to till the vacancy caused by the death of Sheriff A M Neclcy which oc cured only a short time ago und his prospects for securing the office were good lIe leaves wife and tour small children and host of friends to mourn his loss YAILKU BItITCIIES Ary Perry County I Nick Combs and Peggy Stacy were married last Saturday II Smith is fencing his farm Ho has about 30 acres fenced Gra villo Williams land Nary Brewer were married last week Eli Gay heart and Eliza ijtacy were ma ricd last week and Henry Eno of Dwarf son of Albert Fng and Miss Lydia daughter of S S Eagle of this place were married Monday by Squire A J Dobson JaorStacy a boy Mrs Lt1k n itll improving i1t 1 t 1 Y r1ryt a 1 t t i 6 1 + AJJiitJfi The Largest Oirculatlonl m OF ANY PAPER IN THIS SECTION I Tll r A A j v f TREASURERS a- 4SETTcir4xWith Fiscal Court Showing Receipts and Cla lmak f Paid Froth Jan I 906 to April 5 07- Settlement cL of the Lle COlllts and claims pllld by hUll fromshowing re the present count administration to ofxTI ILSurels settlement with the Fiscal Courty the CLAIMS PAID 1 CONTIXUUD FHO51 LAST WEKKj TO Wlion ALUIWEJ + G W FleenorneNPAID Goo Spencer 16 50 Supervisorp 14 16 06 BlowikStehen to + d bdge + KyrL tC Vcn rCp 39 25 Burl clothes Jas Miller Nov 05H + 04TomJJarirett 17MlM 18iJas L Little 3Q10 pd for guard wOlkin ncis ors 25 23 Greengl r Ullmes oq May S Jlny Oity V IInH tfta 02 Interest on TonlclaimliarnettDec 05 g 11 t flRebecca c Sally Fiightc 10 00 u y+ Tllte 1G W IVnses State Supervisor iTharep h t 1A t1rfln rum r 100 it Mnldng Jiaanctalstatement j + + f 12l06coi hyo Oj liju s U J uJM i tOJ 90t rSam h h 1 HFDafafi + t + 9 Q r ItHtt r oFtJ Yt to to t t z Coni 1 25 br Expenses State Superisor J I i23woItorfun qo 2 2G 1 icction Y J 1tJnmcs1 cjI II w V pr i Willinms 500 r +tIJ ++ lA QGilStrong y Y rforbridgofiy v 0t D lIenr JJ Su icrrisarQc s f1JuijQfu SS Tom nf t 10 00 SaIPPI Tvlor U fOG 1Lilsvs+ 15 00 hecp election S Wolts gjG Ufhccr rot OG JbooF1nw 0 U AuOOGrIt Augu4 c 17 01ofr 03 JHNewland 1W 00 Work on jailfc J POCoInrrottJonesE Patton 10 38 Lumber y L Lecto 225 00 Work on jail M 0 Davis 10 80 Cpnvying prisoner from Perry county Sept 06 7 L Lecto 75 00 Work on jail 8Io ld Haney 2150 11 w Case 20 00 James Collier 1665 Wilgus Combs 15 77 Will L20IL Lcete 148 83 to KOctl C Terry 15 00 J P B C Oct 06 n 6 II Herald 1500 7 M Denton 1500 V L II S Tnulbeo 1000 00 CounCyiJudgo u 1G loon Brown 15 00 J P B C to I L Lcete 111 17 Balance on jail work to Breathitt News 47 25 Printing i 18 Wise IIn ins 80000 County Attorney I 16 00 before State ItJeSupervisors May 06 15 00 S Oct OG 10rpsr Ill Davis 15 00 J PY3 C to e11 Work and lumber for road Ike SIlO Work on jail 1 HB Noble 80075 Co School Superintendent 20aS 11 Fugate 8 33 Cash advancedon jail Con c Brock Crawford 97 75 Sheriff IdG P Back 15 00 JPBC c S II Hurst 232 76 County Clerk Katie Combs 20 00 Support II 2- Luraml Jones 15 00 Bettie Sizemore 1000 Rebecca Fugate 1500 W I Morton Mullins 1500 Celia Southwood 2000 h 00n h + a SallioFugato 2000- Bitha Miller 2000 Williams 20 00 I JohnNan 1dgo 1600 II h J C Hurst 6 00 Inquest over G W Tyree C M Lewis 2 50 Working prisoners ii J IJ table 1345 Burial clothes o- TaulbeeSLandrum 13 65 Burial clothes S Nix 1500 JPBC nV Hurst llD Williams 10 00 Repairing Bridge 4 i 1Ci Martha Callahan 13 80 Burial clothes II Turner 2i Bcttio Spicer 5 00 Support 29r 0 O 1lty ers 100 00 or louse 31leII F Davis 12 00 Holding two inquests Oct 00 Elbort Hargis 2 00 Officer of election June 05 h 0 H Pollard 200tl Fob 02 4 Dee 05 J mssll 2 00II Jan 1 IttTO UK CONTINUBJNEyr wFFKI J I I r w r 5 a dFf 6reaihit News t IPEA YEAR IN ADVANCE I j II J WISE HAGINS EDITOR l 52siisw- M j DRS JO H SWANQO 3 w 3t 1 3 J PNYS1CIA N ANA suR E0N lli OFFICE IIOURS8A MTOI P n IX HAROI3 UUILDIXO ID KETUCICYV j a J I ATTORNEY AT LAW 1 k + Kj OFFICE ix CKAWFORD ntno 1 JACKSON KY 1It + For Printing Phone1 00 FRIDAY APRIL 26 = MANGLED BY TRAIN i Breathitt Woman Loses Both Limbs r 49aIormerlst Breathitt county was cancht nn t tier the westbound C O train w 4 y nt Winchester Tuesday morning Kca at tlio Main street crossingswas horribly mangled cs was cut off below tbkher loft leg mnnglQil thcfingcVs of her hand cut oft nwUhei fsiceyand body crushed and bruiscdN She was put on the same train1 and carried to a hospital in Lex ington wjiero lifer loft lee was ami t puUted its Banks and her family Trent moving from 11 JQnjinia to their former homo in thitt county and was mattinIto jnr to thp L E de he lia1f gr- u I n 1- Crhr ut4 th0 Jowertn the approaclnnl4 nr froc1rltndnt sin which wns just pSt t could be I r had j- tsses 0 1- I J 1frIutoslt1Wen t slJndaJ and I drir I rag 3Yic tloafombs TNt ArdrsonI o r r IJ J enI ie Cpt Tie the JtlckRonra ow aao Johifibn of J Y itedrs M elifir Tait sun ay Mrs Jqckson 1Gabbard visited Mrs Paul Woods 8umlny hstill Morgan sold v Walter Daniel of Meadow Cr a cow for 25J D Moore who has been in Lexington past year is fanning hero IIng season He will return to Lexing ton next fallJamos II 1 son is on tllolsielc list llil Moore of Meadow Creels here fishing the first of the w Wo have a nice church q and would bo glad if some would orgnnixo a Sunday school for us There will be Preach here the first Saturday and Sun day in May Baptizing in the c river near the mouth of Tctts 1 Creekon SaturdayEvertb od I t itn itcclTho most terrific windI and hailstorm for years struck 41 this neighborhood Tuesday urotI nldrace for tho office of Cir Judge of thjs district We ready to help him to the oll- ar TJjp people of Breathitt corn fi1 l1i pIe and1has used the columns jCof Tux Nunb with telling efi to help redeem the county and ridand it of the most fiendish rule i country ever endured x f UNCLE hfn chArs of the Soul Winners Society at Elkntawn was culledtl 7 to his home in New York last to IehisChas Stephenson Clintonville a Ky S1JiIhI cured my chickens t oLcholera with Bourbon Poultry Cuto end cannot speak too highly remedyfowls for by Arty nrc t CJo and 1 11 y t 1 GM ir- t j A Eight for Ad Four for Con MTho jury IIO o Britton case I after 20 hours deliberation discharged as they announce they could not make a verdict Eight wore for acquittal and four for conviction Tho four thtristood for tho upholding of the law IDweroJ A Stevenson Theodore Bailey Jasper Wilson and Thomas Shccly andall honor is due these four men for standing out against and the gang CLOSING TUSTIMONYY Wm Britton tho defenda fhllrsdurimemory seemed to bo had and did not remember many things 4IWhen the Brilton trial was resumed last Friday morning two of tho defense witnesses Nowton Campbellnnd W M arflUV admitted that they wero In Al Hargis room at tho hotel I night before where they were coached ns to what they would tes tify to Griflith admitted on cr tnlkclfilwiththo present trial began and was daily visitor at their quarters at hotel These admissions to show the intcrc Jitcoaro Ibfensc ojBritton V I Cdr Allen made it inters t nr forWiU Griffith wUonjlfo s 1111trnndotl detnilsns tons t esliat embcstrtwag Griftitli choice esdenied harrypart f Lqga otGosJ testlln n htwtieU ti IliertllnrgisOttn dayuCockrill was l iIfedHAfgis 4- f l ou boys do the best you c forImdm SUlssct o stntipk ii con A nltltW clothes antTatill4 faeisitedItri1o e felloutn rr 11hnI III Kw sick I can hardly stand up ing so early in the morning no suggested anything else than s ness M W Jliner former pastor chuGsaw ited arrest Of Jim Jiirrjis by Codl rill and that ho stopped it and took n nenrkprhe passed tho ITnrgis store Jim Hargis culledout of the second Lootham out Brittoneels vial mltcrwitr1ness or to contru duelTut Sinungith a to the alleged conspiracy last wcel as a Commonwealths witness liarSJackson Alex Hnrgis gave him h urn11eCockrelltiro on jet on him thatIliararcis stice1te tlumywas over of Col Allen asked Hargis his having given assistance to left and Britton in their trials he admitted having assisted J rcgnrdiantn r per for the murder of Dr Cox said ho had signed both bon that later otter Smith h male a confession ho hadivi e other sureties delivered Smith to the odicials nnd had been re from tho bond f James Brophy n clerk in the largis store when asked on cross lie examination why ho had showed such zeal for the llargisea in all was their trials admitted that it Was was because ho was employed by tho r only Inrgises was a friend of theirs did not believe them guilty for T ea IIIt4dwhich again exhibited the llnrglsL tactics as evinced in all thcsoI als Commonwealths Allen called for the transcript of Jim Hargis testimony at Brittons former trial in Faycttc county Tho quite a wordy llright to take tho retards from the courj for his private information but totnttho immediate delivery the transcript into court A runner was immediately dispatched by flue defense to lInrgis room in the trlnscIilt1Ieent created quite n sensa tIInvestigation showed that it had been spirited away antI wits in tho hands of Jim llargis at his hotel whOTniaJind tnLenFt to refresh il rMllcclronYns ono of the de fattorny s expressed It onkthstllm son at all during the njoifhof April 1002 when Dr Cox was JncksonCson was i l jlimuun o cPm to tJnces elstn hatsthem Ie was In s Iv coun c th0hcnrd of the murder ofrCox which was several week ar JIIIed news of the killing o tockrill the day after tho killinp Ed Cnllahans store at Crock ettsville being told of it by the 0lUail carrier Ie When Jim llargis was put on rlleIUseverthatn Idhis confession and testimony Iii Wied knowing either Smith or of1mconversation witli either of then concerning the murder of eithei sox orC chrmaid he was went to the t JooklnAoutsnwhischiI otr tlOWL5t rn nronvrfel1 to- ltccl rife trWatt Curt Jett m Mil he was at hono WIRlese C011 Saidicllie ton in Jackson tho day of hAhwarrant for him for killing Co rill Ho stated that Freeman have him arrested but ho was not roheJudSaidg nit the warrant because ho thou it would be better to have Hnr tried in Breathitt county Ho c nied the statement but tutor the prosecution wrenched from h ImofaWe admission that Judge Bach iad causedn warrant to be sworn njrnmsthlm Elbert llargis n Ed Callahan for Cockrills murder presumably to keeping tfp case in Breathitt lie denied asking l tov Becklmm for a pardon for Jh p0tiliin011 tIbet Hargis was again called to the Htand11Q denied going far as where Cockrill lay wound and of asking if he was dead I admitted being at the home Tim Hargis tho night of tho lei ing of Dr Cox but he didn nhreuteutber of seeing Britton Tho transcript of his at the former trial of Britton was then introduced and showed ti witness swore that liritton u ett Alex Hargis and Ed han were there thus ting tho statement made by Smith Ldsgthanswer Jett sat on tho wit ness stand in a nonchalant manner n and did not seem to care what happened to him When asked if Will in the second story of the court house the day that Cockrill killed and if any one else the prcscntRnidII was thevone- When tloCmmonwcnlth Cnllahnu tolnco himtoir 1 sa M r ri r = r t ftnefCarriaesL l Qt GQ OAHTE3 m Gt11 t 1 t4 GL A 1 UlE US FOR + h AND RUG STOU13 K sGC g I = YORK P Cp s DfcS9 With rfu cd by May Nia o 11 tTI rti k L made hl ill tote la n ttd llrrr- t 19 c r y 1tciyifbc worn with ut tl Ippe and can bo nid4 sy Onl pjij lsr ot white lawn trlmii AlcnclcnncB but stew tkrth or made plain na In thll hack would become lulled to rhambrdl t T ilnen And materials of a slmar s yart The pulnipo llovi Q choice lirt iuartor or run length ilytoYee 1e IKv plrces to lenlxnca for wet i iW fumid Ita ilcpvt oanb4 PodaAedtS and- ha nklrt hMWAat Is Ratherctl 8nd isYti yok vlill4 tIi klrt ucBf j onJ gathered tit Its r t ge Lit connrrtt the two TtrW ho jl ftlia la uad It Is nr ra i roncrnllaKitI Uar Tho Rulmp1 la Jist the ptal diigL nn lIe ruu4 with lm brohtl r Qr lf form a yoke Th l1IJPc Inatorlal required faf 1If l Yafde t thrdtt tII- Q or i yattl II Intliri wMo wlll tV- Jiiynr0 qt IfI iu I J ynnl of tact and I medal es to iV e as lllusln14U tan wftIhtlll yok 4 SlzII Idrt of G B lC1 and I gearsm xCniCCTIONS FOR OROtiltlN- Cfn in cent o lhle OtUcf irtve number of thin iiiyfii sS5Cf and state sue ilr slriMl It jjrll than IK lent to you by man ix stpul l sure to write phi lv MK nl ways ivo jolt tddra Several ra i mustlw olioxvad for delivery of pun rn rr rebuttalandnnl1 not e iso liad brorl t Callahan to Lpxing I ton to prove that ho hud sent no messages to Smith and Abner come to Jackson but for sainbI reason all 11 When Callahan could defense ii 4 Govan Smith was put onjlhc Uadcrs drug store that tjio con truoitteatho did not know it ally Said malehim to secaro for him a promise immunity frpm tho Common wealth u I earndlt an case vi announced closed as far as the I evidence is concerned Wallace j r attI fensc Ho was followed by A F Byrd for tho Tho closing speeches werg made Wed KerrdAttoIc just teas not to nofc ss is tvitnessenyS at Britton must either bo convicted litrto or mnnslnugha n I and The celebrated Old Virginia land rants suit in which millions of worth of Eastern Ken tucks coal lands arq involved met second defeat in tho Leicli E r circuit court at last weep when Judge T GK Louis II niter hearing exhaustive argu 1meats by tho leading counsel of State rendered a decision for er the case from the tIJ tdrods mountgn w r fw t 1 t ro HocoJl1lz d i las Iho roost in iho 1 r ltarga J Mar 5rces 1 r y CATATOGU13 P4L MARCH I- JJRN1TURE CARP2TS f- WTONSnirLI GREATJSST NEW ttfrn o- rIt 1mmr 10J thodoonsodidnot hptjWfotina HnrJcdhe toldlid handIlhim prosecution ofThe instructed Claimants Defeated Whitcsburg dismissing tchird91tt h- Z9orldr FASHIONS r fhelrel nt but Joodor j der prevailed throughout tho on tire proModing Immediately af tel tho decision tho attorneys for flue int claimants announced hot lltdottso would bo taken to nftllhjKtTnitod States court for tho lilusrndistrict of Kentucky for 11 final hearing People from allI presiun nn GRIND Laxative Fruit Syrup leiPleasant to take iThc new laxative Does gripe or nauseate Cures stomach and liver troubles and chronic cons stipation by restoring the natural action ofthe stom ach liver and bowels Rcfuao oubntltutos Prloo OO- oTAOKSOM UnUy GO fOLtTSl9NErANDTAR Cdds1rcvanta Pncumcnla W H Henderson Ayres Street Opp Pint Ofllso LEXINGTON KY DEALEU IN GrainjSeeds Feed Wheat l lnrl yOM8 and kentuakgplopHay Straw Mill heed I AND KILLTIiE CURE THE OUCHJ WITH Drci Kings N9W Discover 1 FOR coUGKSset nn iPRICR riceANDQUABANTEIiD SATIDFAOXOIty OH MONEY Kodol For Indigestion I sour atemach JlittlOI1Qfthchcut Dleztsrybatyoucatl R 0 DAY BROS A r IS QOMPANYe V l0 1 t have the most comiplete stock pi iI Se1t1 SFI 01 t Mkvoaf IYljSh v lEver brought to jackson Consisting It 4 I V of t t I t i U J Q dt Xofi tteiotfttiq + f Jirjr8t = fl es rr 1 re lltlve the Tide line of shoes 1 ern ie ucly Ourt- e moils shoes arc of j Clio latest stylet1 For the Ladies r strFashionable Lot of Shoes r zey could buy THE LATEST DESIG- NSMIILlJNERY 0 This Department is under the man agement of Miss Margaret Basket who can show you fjhe Latest iStile fatsdirect from New York City Also FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS In all FreshfromtheIf you need any Mouse Furnishings or FURNITURE t We are the people you are looking for we have it by car loads tox0 Wevery body lacComefoT1rtJQ S Q1 e AtlQjUJlle AV BROS64 a Jacksqn l enttickJC 1 I II h 1 S 1 u Neysfinhllfil1u CAS SUOSCRIPTIONS SI A YEA T WISE IIAGfNg Gan roc JFor Printing Phone 64 Go to Jones Furniture StoreI for your lawn swing Dr 0 IL Dichson made a Foal 1u strip to Cvnthiana 11cdn day Mr anti Mrs Hiram Lawson of Frozen were hero Saturday shopping John IL Lovclnce of Frozen was hero Saturday attending the Icon tutor lust received u nice line of up to date wall paper at Jones Fur niture Store Mrs M H Aldrich of Dayton Ky i + visiting her noice Mrs J IVJoncfl on tlio Heights 11rs1 B Marcuin was visiting her sister Mrs C T Snowden nt Bobbins the first of the wei lc IIS Chapman wife mill family were visiting John Cliapmun und family from Snturduy till Sunday Judge 11 R Davis went to Ash land Wednesday and took in the yyyconvention at Mt Sterling en x4 route U61 C J Little returned Wed nesday front Richmond where IIP liad tfoSff attending the I S Jbourt r John P Arrowood salesman for M S Grain visited his fieim I folks at Whick from Saturday till Monday Kov WW Orcon returned the first of the week iron llindmnu where ho has been conducting n dffpvival meeting holnnS Strong who has been t cnrIccorrc lives on Frozen is in a very serious d condition as it result of lover set tling in his limbs K K Cundiir and Dr B IX r t Cox of Campton represented = Wolfe county in the convention apt Mt Sterling Wednesday lU1t wurt tens in sosinn Iondny und Quarterly court 1uOI4DI 1ay Juujro Taulbeo presiding J nrConsidcrablo easiness was done t ilv George W Taulboe of Simp son was hero Wednesday onrouto was homo from Itichmond where he j had boon attending Federal Court T W 1atlon has assume maniigcmcnt of the Imi otel alitlickarde IteuImving- ruin to t b fully for about n yoy W II Seter will speak at the Baptist church Sunday at 11 n m on The hive Judgments nnd at 780 p in onuTh latttci punts of the Crucilixion We are publishing a financial r statement of Breatlutt county It woidd bo n good idea to preserve I these p hers so tfiixt you can see i what hasbecomo of your money Miss Emma Crawford who went to Louisville accompanied by her sister Miss Margaret and her uncle Sheritr I3rcck Crawford ono day last week to consult a specialist was advised thnt nnJi operation wits unnecessary returned homo nnd is improving is Rev W W Caudill who has been living near Stevenson for several years removed with his family to Tallcga last Saturday Ho will attend to some of his churches in this county when leis it will permit Ho has been jhealth minister in the Bap for ninny years Kelly CarIcenter who started to Colorado last week returned on ftho advice of his physician at Louisville who told him that this r waViWigood u place for him as he s could had He advised him to have a house built on top of one r of the high knobs in the neighborhood and live in the open air as much as possible On the 12tli inst Herbert N House and Miss Laura Eo Terry were married at the residence of Dr C B linker Antigo Wis The bride was formerly of this county but has made her homo at Antigo for the past two years The groom is manager of the Yol 7 mar olow Lumber Co at Cairo ifoi III whorofctliey will make their futura hoincprfm lNE t S oxt0nds- uongrafulaUons 4 fir r J 1rx f ITHEouj RELIABLE 1 OF yP LOUIS c Giis sinus rs succrrULVBir I r ChasLs Straus ef Manager f I is a sou of the late Louis Straus i fifE 11 l12sTO lEjfIIJGTDIf r Assisted by the same force of reputable and wellknown salesmen I who have been with the late firm of Louis Gus Straus for oyer thirty years JB K jl- g By visiting our new store at first you will hardly know the place t as its has changed owing to modern and new fixtures wej 5 have installed to be better able to supply your wants I5 The same liberal policy the old firm inaugurated will ted mi natc with this new store REMEMBER we only handle such goods as we can back up with this motto YOUR MONEYS WJOnYrl OR MONEY BACKS 1 J Our prices in you need will be far Jess than anVstdlre in i Hi Lexington as our business facilitiesare such that we get tHe oivefit iiihthe JI1 Mens up s m rf Make This Store Your Hbp i r WhdnM Jn theCityrja r 1 rk Lettuce and tomatoo at Cj Haddons I Born to Mr and Mrs K G a boy on April 18 Four of D O Uobinsons ruin have pneumonia fewer j George Johnson of Jolts Creek here qpjjisiness last weekI L o Miller of Clay riiero Thursday on lIolcJ John N Hurst has been assigned duty as storekeeper nt the Jett Spencer distillery at Oakdale A nine room house for rent and- n iood house for sale- HuiiNs HIANTOX Buddy Kussoll son of A C is Russell of Clay Hole is very sick not expected to recover James Clemons of demons twits tv caller tit our office Wednes dray and renewed his subscription A S Johnson general storekeeper nnd Kuagcr of tins dislrict left Thursday for a trip through Knott and Perry counties on nisi ness connected with his bflicc W T Ballcngcr Lexington says UI use Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy and I think it the only mbdicino that will clare and prevent hog cholera Sold and jiuiuantecd by Day Bros Co Our story A Captain in the Ranks closes with this issue We hope our readers have enjoyed Wo will begin the publication of another story in a week or two which wo think is as good as this oneBrought Home for Burjal The remains of Mrs Armina Kugatc who died at Tucumcari NT M arrived hero last Saturday evening in charge of her husband Ilarlan JAigato lie also brought their three weeks old babe through alive and well though it weighed only four pounds Mrs Fugatos remains were taken Sunday tq her old homo on Quicksand and interred in the family burying ground by the side of her sisteri who died several years ago Fun oral services werotontlucted at the grave by Revs Stephen Carpenter and OW I Pugh A largo number of her friends and neigh hors were present Radishes nnd green onions at C Iliiddons tv R The following licensesIhave boon issued publicntrc I IBuck Creech curd Miss Ip Back both of HohbinsIO W Turner and Miss Amcr ica Turner both of Canoe Adams and Miss Jennie IOlifton of Canoe I Lace curtains 10 cents a pair tt L3 Jones Furniture store f Must Sign Their Names Our correspondents and nil others sending in items to TUB NHWS must sign their names to their j communications not for publication j but that we may know who responsible for the statements therein Several items were consigned I to the waste basket this week on account of the writers failing to sign their names Fresh bread and butter always on hand at Haddivs Nuptial Feast Dan Morris gave n dinner Sunday in honor of Mr and Mrs Green Haddix Other guests present were Wyley Morris and wife Misses Mattio nnd Bessie Landrum of Lost Creek Mrs Esther Haddix Dan Vaughn Cannel City and S K Vaughn Lettuce celery and strawbor rics nt Haddixs Saturday Siler Renominated At the convention hold at Mt Sterling Wednesday Judge II C Faulkner of Barbourvillc was elected chairman and II B Bry son of Cirlislo Secretary lIon A1 Siler was nominated with out opposition as the Republican candidate for Railroad Commis sionor of this district He is the present incumbent and will be ro elected as the district is largely republican Almost 200 delegates wero in attendance Cattle Found Dead Several cattle were found dead a few days ago in ft pasture nor Ilindnrtan Some of them wore thoroughbred Jerseys II C Francis a merchant found ono 0 his cows together with three others load in a small ravine The people are nt n loss to know the cause of their deaths Some attribute it to the cattle eating small herbkri6wn as Vstagger weed tO M 4 j10 I e 4 to A t I if OUR l MOTTO a Your if 1oQs 9 Woifth or- Yol + Mon l JBackVY appearance anything Marriage Cu == in South Jackson INext II F Davis has erected shoponleased it u ahas to WiiujfllSSW Cannel City w lttulrIfor business in a few days Bitten By a Mad Dog Miss Jane Flinchum laughter of crane linchuml was badly n by n dog one last week jjntftholiomc pf Rev J B Flinchum on Morg The dog was immediately killed It had been vicious for some time- Strawberries at C Haddens Were Living in Hopes N B Combs was tho success ful bidder for the electric light plant hero last Monday when was sold at public auction Wj do not know whether it is Miv Combs intention to furnish light the town or not but he toldus that ho had plenty of light for some time after the purchase We hope to see the plant start up again right away Let us have light The Death Roll Florence Childers daughter of Harden Chil ers died on tho 19th rinst after a short illness Mrs America Howardj wifc of John Elliott Howard of the Quick sand neighborhood died last Sun duty a week ago of pneumonia fever She leaves a husband und several children = GO TO =F M MCCARTY roa STONEand BRICKWORK Moving and raising houses and nil kinds of masonry work All work guarnnteed25m Jackson Kentucky RESIDENCE FOR SALE I oiler for sale privately in or dor to settle the estate of Mrs Margaret IL French deed her elegant residence property on Kyfand bath room slats roof stone foundation and cellar servants cottage and stable Lot 100 feet front by jxbout 250 feet dpepv gIvennatIf ENO A 11in bJtrJp r t 1 F t 1- I Its a True Reflection espedllll characteristics of their owners So that nil homemakers should select THE RIGHT KIND OF FURNITURE toll bmilt graceful in design and = presenttuck fideas11oddtractive prices Also a nice Jim of wall paper nt very low pri- cesJONEV 1 t 11 I W tJ tNvc our f tjJai jr iij l y t i t t I 1 I ftfch twit SassI i AlUMtOLMtlATB I OnflUaddllln 17tIBOWLS r mHS 1 tlf TCMBLKRS 1 WINK 1 a SlIfUP STANDSI VASES ILATES ICE TUBS ETO fffll CES FROm SOG to 50 j S O I t IdEiNI7 Jeweler K MAIN STREET t LEXINGTON =JKvi t fASllyerint Moderato Pricey t i a4 2 A ti 4- F oi t FOR SALE i 1 Wcountlimber by the tree or by the boundary to suit purchaser This m timber is near to a stream of water Cull on or write W B ENOLE s 21tf Index Ky R A CHILDERS b WITH JOS G REED DRY GOODS CO J = PORTSMOUTH 0 Solicits tho trade of tho mountain people lie will bo- AT JACKSON KNKUY 80 DAYS f Dealers will bo notified by postal Save your orders for him Ho will save you money fob 1 ly WATCHES 1 350 5 AND UP Silverware Silver Novelties r w Cut Glass Rings AND ALL KINDS DI First= Glass Jewelry 8DFLEENOR JEWELER AND NIT t 1 KENTUCKY ilIC to WDi lLANb REDS t and BufrWyaiuldttesROftK w 4 i PUUB liILl CORRKCT COLOR IIA1CDY and VIGOROUS BI ED FOR TNEfR DI5JINQT CAYINc ald SNOW QUfLITIES 1f If Eggs 8150 to- PER 8200 t tFIFTEEN I Ollllllfttel n Good Hatch I RIVERSIDE POULTRY FARMiREGINA JElfl1ROP J J MIXEDt 1 I PAINTS 11 W Jut received a full line 1t 0 4Wl1IC11 we guarantee tt I 1 FJ m t 1 11Jr cover more space r longer and look bettor than r any other paint made Call 1 w Wtt 1v ta Jaekson Drug CfA l 1 1 Co 18 2 f I 1 eec EeE ItI i lay 4 44 ydMott nltoF iioyti 1e- r =THERE IS NO FAERa0 everdollar cIn our inetliotC3f nsino g r coots 11110 tF yon pyus you geE ono humlied 4a- F return + Y1t1 We Believe in Square TIent1 Your moneys worth nil the tuna We mightF r goodscifCOME TO OUR STORE cF So you can see for yourself thats the surest way tt h- Pt Lrawrora Oc Lo Fs- 9 JACKSON KENTUCKY ti t O ilf e- nlbI1inceare reasonable and appreciative wen be able to show you 11 the excellence of o- urMonuments J 0 Wed like to talk over theJiiiou uncut question with youjtelling you how much it will cost and tlc cheapness + l IRASK THE MAN Who has favored us with job printing if he was p eased with the work and the quaility of paper THEN ASK US For samples and prices You will find our prices the LOWEST j and our stationery tho BEST We have two firstclass printers and if want printing that will combine good points artistic andvaluable let us figure on it for you Our work has the extra touch that pays It looks right to our customers ancLtyeneflts the business We undorprice any print shop 8- A THE B A HITT S COUNJP 4 f 4 a f t r I HcaptfnInDr J OopVTlfffit Mot In A S Bama A Co V ruUUhcr lit Fifth Avenue New rvr1cIx Wi lIl1En XXXI II13X Dunrnn nUll Temple Went to llurlmmft flre forI their breakfast niter workmen had been sewed t both were quick wltteil enough to see c tthntthe little lady was lu uo condition t to endure emotion of kindli tail slept little 011 the night before leaving Cairo very little more nf the night camp during the journey and not nt nil on the night of her arrival Her first words indicated n her 4 ULPtO part to feud off all might n touch upon personal matters Good morning gentlemen she said Im very well thank you BO about that espe you neednt ask mu chilly as there are more liunortnnt things to be discussed 1 brought nil the supplies I could but after+ seelng the men cat 1 realize that we shall run J short of fowl very soon How many more days fire there Four more including today Thou you must telegraph at ouco to Cairo for more beet or we shall ruu short Please go and telegraph at Guilford Tlion come buck ani1a lfyour breakfast will be ready Vhcu ho had Bono the girl turned to saidrready for you two Bob will servo It I think Ill go and + tlecp a little now With that she tripped away to the canvas covered wagon which Duncnn Lad Illtnln at the camp to servo her r as Bleeping quarters late In the evening of that day tlleI two teamsters who had started early lu the morning on their return Journey with the other wagon rode hack Into camp They bad been obliged to aban f 1 don their wagon wholly uunblo to lit make their way farther owing to tho rYiGoads we shall get no more provl t alone said Barbara sadly And thats a pity answered Tem 0 t tile for tho mens spirits have greatly Derived under the stimulus of your proved w c91Ullllssnrln t atlas THlhrtMi How lou your supplies last Ive enough coffee hour and mom s A- e she answered to last through f5It htttsb meat will be exhaust 4Tby WmJi nlgbtThe hams will ltclp out for 1rr t at butth jy wout go fare limo 4 ti IMSc- ouldnt y 1 he brougb k11 not hao g futbeat we eau I still vo xce lOu knowOU nny mustnt allow else Ud In UtoOno to gtamuzc aUudowsn ot tlll icyrc0ntlnu night tlJ + end Dcrato nt w o Jon 100 v- r1uitally lleCe851rffJu 1I ih ul to oncourag no ttieeobud JI r r liS M- ille TaPle lacl tatrtlon to such davlt es ten the task or otherwiseI doing All night Ions ui mid busied herself furnishing uiltle3a coffin as an atonement Co the Insufllcleht food tbo men had ha hlcJ hct uppllcs of meat ran out two day before prt During iho last halt hour therti itd alinosliieased and Jullford Duu- iitl had Indulged an nnxlous hope thai Lie aklcs might clear away with the- tuuHsc but just as the gray of morn lug ieBans1re Jjsit enough for wa1iici to see without the aid of ngnlfUI0113 l If I discouraging effect upon the ul i reay cxluuistcil men was Instantly nj prontr A dozen of them nt one quit work and doggedly sat down+ thff mud of tho embankment Two o throe others reckless of everything U- I their own suffering stretched them C wllctIlc cvca to seek tho less uncomfortable ppos to rest their wornout bodies r Six hours more sold Duncan look lug fit his watch Only six hours betwerp us and triumph Only six Lours pecausetbt Wall do It yet answered Temple Vj never can Those fellows a sympt Sinn I tpcnd t2OOO If 1 vet this Jot done liy noon r 1 Ilia ambition for success ITo lI nn toofars from it cannonade I a 7 GuilfordDuncan u UiIlill3 tho Impossible th Tho staple fact was that tho long jitmlu had at last begun to tell even upon L3 resolute spirit For three III end nights now ha bad not slept J1orthree doysand nfebta Le had not fltitOWU tor three da anti nights IIt1 bit t b 1Pc t 4 Cw Rtmggllng In mud ntulv Ills resources of mind lu efforts to stimulate tli tlnucd endeavor lie was playing for a treme stake as we know Ills career lilr future all that be had ever drwimed of of ambition hung upon success or tall ure In this undertaking and now nt last and In spite of his heroic struggle failure stared him In the face And apart from these considerations tthlgllerl failed now nu enterprise lu which he had labored for a year t Induce others to Invest millions At last this resolute wan whoso cour age had Bccmcd unconquerable wa discouraged Might as well site It up said Will Hullaui The men simply will not work any longer It Isnt a cnse of will not but o cannot answered Duucun Barbara heard all as she hovered over the limo or logs and busted herself with her tusks regardless of rain and weariness rosardless of every consid eration of self fill wore 110 wraps or protection of any kind against the torrents of rain They would sUnply bother me Bhi said when urged to protect her person Ilex face was Uujlipd by the heat of the Ore but otUcnvlfo Alto was very pale and itightly coiuprMbed bps WCr1 livid as hlit straightened berslltpp to answer Duncans tcspnlrlng words You uru wrong shy eald1 Tlt eau work a little longer If thoj jlll Is fur us to put will Into Call them to the lire a dozen or twenty at time tar breakfast Ive something new null tempting for them something Unit will rpnjny tJier strength Vou and Captain Italian auil Sir Temple must do tho rest A dozen of tho men had already col with their tin cups to drink again otI the strous coffee that Barbara Ii boen pcrvlng to them at Intervals throughout tlio nIght RJio hid BQmo thing more substantial for them now She had by her a barrelful of haft anti Bho anti the negro boy Bob each with two large frying pans were man k lug prltlillucakos With astonishing ra pldlty To of tltp jnoii sIlo gave One of the tin plates with half A dos In of the hot cakes upon It bidding each help himself to molasses from tho Unit barrel from which for convcnleaca ladling Bob had removed the head Till Is briwhfast she sold to them n as they rcfroslieij Ujpfflsclves Therell be dinner anti n good ai ready when tho work Is done Tho men were too far exhausted greet her suggestion with enthusiasm The tow words they spoke In response edwere wonla of discouragement and even of despair They dld Dot tell her that they had decldcd to work more but she saw clearly that t were on Iho point or such decision Tho I breakfast she ins spnlug eomfo Vijni and gave theta Pomp small glyds hresh strength Uut It did t Inctbetrsomctblug tl1 The girl saw 1 tat SUe purkcrcd U O must bode Ivnrtrr Ucr mhnper wtieI qulzzt 1l problcm In nrllhmcllc llC- Jl tg TomenttfrmuyOattIAlaw U omd ya7 J1Jri4 vnttng hero a lkCCirIIkc rag Podcc1 w eWblt t1trt1nY am 7 JobhIute Vr Duncan tells me Jut how eau you Never mind how May I have the 2000r Yestwenty thousand any amount cdar ro tire cloth strikes 12 Very well Vii see what I can Isar Duncan cau you cook grWd rakes lluPl ly yes answered he 1 do old soldier you know Very well then Please conic Uc tillUrI twotrJJIIg spiteotslucerltyc UIKtscheme sho darted away to where the millInggauguhdsaidIt 2000 for you men If you stick to your work and finish It boornoon today Ill divide the inouby whoIIJjckItcourse youll get your triple wagoa alitreHer tone was ginger rind her manner almost piteously pleading Without tbi oPllcalItyielded to the temptation of the extra earning Even wftb her luuucuce add ed more than a third of idem those who had already cast their tools asldo rind surrendered to exhaustion refus ed to go on again with a task to which they felt themselves hopelessly unequal Rut In every gang she address wUbraced to11omnailInstnutlyWlmt on earth has that girl said or douo to pie men to fetch a cheer from them 7 ejaculated Will Hallani- Jteckon Ilttle MlssleV Jest done be witched em responded Rob as lie poured batter Into his vans acehattense earnestness returned to the fire resumed her work over the pans I niliteshedded Iinkorjomething dThenBring the hog BoVaa quickly as roastIto y + 1- A e yako Barb Among the ttH iced It Til water and mud and giving such di rections us were needed Duncan especially was rendering terries As nu old soldier who lout 1lIall varied experience In the hurried ioustmctlon of earthworks under diffi culties ho was lahlc In woos ways too hasten the present work One thing ho lilt upon which went till to make sue cess possible That oral of the cribs which reached and crossed the county line offered a cavernous space to be Oiled In It was thickly surrounded by trees sail Duncan ordered nil these t foiled directing the chopping so that- t tile trunks and branches should fall Into the crib Then sotting then to hop oft such of tho branches as pro truded above the proposed embank ment level and let them fall Into the unoccupied spaces be presently had lint part Of the crib loosely filled Iq IYltll tlJllrliIl Umhol anti tllIulQpfl thugs of men wero uioauwhllo push ing cars along the temporary track and dumping their loads of earth among the felled trees Duncan with n smal ternporarcrtracks along the crib as fast as ill 9 I dn lth eli nl III pmtldr +l n iwl Tills w signuv t4er b i CI 1 bo WM wen IIIhI fcv despair Lhitcr the strain of tits anxiety lie hail forgotten to take iny breakfast anti the prolonged ox posers to water nnd rain had so far depressed his vitality that be iiqwf i fointl ft eliill cropping iypp Wn Mfb Inirrled toBurburtl s lire for some cof tee nUll ft fcty mouthfuls of greatly needed food There for the first time lie saw what Barbaras pVbmlsoiftpln her was to be The two tr ot n dressed ltog hugs bgl0r sailpnrtiy over ttio llro roastfug Ji riWbero on earth mild you get Um ho asked In nstoulslimcnt i Deb got It last nlghth nn w ul and dressed It ulnise Rut where and howV lIiQt kmtgty 9t HI1 Inhllha 1 I ask nuostlona 1m sorely nfraKi Hb stole the hg from some formcrA ofsent blm out with some money tafr tiny whatever meat be could find for fair that time men must have substan hat food lie conic back about day 10failt end told me lie had n dressed bog out dir In do Iwaltoa1 HO Blvu i- to back the money Ill make lilti io EC nil about It tliU afternoon If fiats the hog we can pay for It Aivl ncauwblle the men shall their linnet Zloty Is the work jotting out cnouIIfe 2 fear go with you iill1 tjyglrl FredItob can watch the roasting 0111 notIliad reappeared nt tho pre 0Unt yo 1 cant go with me replied Duncan Tup waters Hlep deep nnd 110moro between hero anti the sill It cant make mo any wetter than OutI am now rijilipil the rpsohito girl eOUalalqimtlAt ItgldlsemisllUmttattar a e lJuirIuh ggough tQ psll tJtcthe prospect past 10 Then weve only an hour and a h nerorluIm afraid we oaui Tm afro fj were lost In tho struggle Oh uo you mustnt feel that way We simply must win this bottle In one way or another Duncan made no answer There seeing 1 to him uo answer to be ma denitThe girl continued to look about doIs the end of the crIb nt tho coon 0Illle she asked Yes or rather the line lies a Iltt fitway this side of the end of the crib alll sho remained silent tor n tialt rcbefolO saying lylilongwaystend across the county line Why can Inrlespace g any ties Ior lout n ralnute the young man did not answer At last he exclaimed Thats nn lusplratloul WItlfbut pausing to say another word Duncan started nt n run through CIUji sUIJCrlulenclln 4 Quit thin quick ho crlcdynnhurry the whole force to crib see n tiny ant Order all the Jack screws brought Dick and come your lnirryrtiTheClttreo trunks wereJ relUl1lnlngbroncbes plo placed the Jackscrews under them 1anti set towork to raise them Into the slioullied e track level with n space of about tour and a half feet brousilttbelUDuncan one at ether end of the logs plainlogAt half past 11 Temple announced that tho great tree trunks were lu place Instantly twenty nxmeu were set at work hewing n flat place for rolls along the top of each log white other moll as fast as the hewing ad to tallAt ui enthusiastictriumph which stood waiting mid pushed It 1nthewill herlupay laYouKIroure 0 tJIrencbedrnet through the floodedjllstrlct un i I w QUlofroadytlItteO 11J rlillt rgaftg Iluapgq4llf J t 0 y 1tir ojiIA yy 7Ji n 1 1141 cvfiiiiiu ZJiiiiciiri stood face to Jnc i V uKMicriftr taco wJlUr her n t llllle peeler 1lcjnshctly UarlJarn to bc quest ell t nwk tyon flO long ngo1 r IMIJ11H l 1 itttsbe nustrernl yosete v struggle w 1t4 Tnft IlD Y KODOJ Fur Uluynhl cUnr ill tiUJlchIII1 lIIkio+ the hrptClli un ti H rasa KOUCJI U old by drug KlU on a cincinipc relief plun 1 1I1Lr j ttr1711 t to till slllln1 Iur rcQ and DrllJqaw Suld III J + es 1 awn Drug Oi i huIDear l t presence of ct m any andwli orucsts lutt o do njrtpdf teJl bo IS a dnrnc idiot for rtjpijlliifr coffee on tin iti ILlfjJ12th r j ip io1Tutd Apprndlchi II i l n s f App ndicll are ill r a it re dfi1allr cuivsjmtfd in rl 7at lorllltSIUII sires ehnull unep ii bl Ilgtulnltus time i1h llOtinu Inxativu anbc tut nt to rr 4tlLtllc1lt k1 rkII1 Drug Co A truly cuVfircclierspn is on whoso inriS fffiost thouht are i refined lS hUpmeanQrin IffiL Ii obXt inr hood rind Urub Law Wo err plenfid to nmitiuncH Um1 sfulfjV honey and Till for rough wile aid Itinu liuuUfi is not nffeciw hy Um Nmluiial Purr F1l d and firs aslaw ns II cotitnili no n intet or uiliei- hoiiiitul drugs and we rpcoininei d 11pnawgluuliM Jncttrii HIc1death VAUDtitIhnL1I1I druKcl oUt authorized to rlflllJd Sour taunt if FoUjn lloney anti fur lull5iiiell your cough or cold It1 Ifllll ll llu li Iha liitio niil1 jrerru erlou rr mlts from s coP Cures gifpe coughs iJ prevents pneuinoiiln epluullIll1Jnl Cant Uieuuui tiv Kcnulne lajn u ytllow pnckftKe ly7tetulcell Ijtlt Js Jackson Drug Ou i leI butfones MrS L llowfhof Wajnc W 1n kidnexf 11111lJt tolltldlleJIfpart fie the Free curedime euliorly wondCI f After knoclHn about in th world for soinq time fro have be adnnIwomen one read orin the society columns This tiny interest YUII- Nu one to iniiiiuna fiMii Kldnej FoleyItldneg4 flea and cure unicase of kidney anf bladder that U not I eyelid the reach of med cine Jucksun Drtu Ul 4 t If folks woul only tulle about their neighbors as their tomb stones will afterjfthey die what n pencful and joyful place this old world would bo Rest Id the greatf rv tiiier WH tire our muscles IIi pke cite and than rest restore Ihem jjKt a great many ol do not slop tinlilnli Imw llllle rest vveplve to our stnninclis As a usual tlilngno part of our bodies Is so genet alfj overxvorli d as onr digestive or guns A tired nnd iivervvorked Btonncli glee signs of datrPia to which we no heed until at lat Dypepain trees hold Irdicestiou U just alurn and if we heuithe wnrnlig we can consegnercesKUDOL Under gBamntee it dlgmu wliat jou tnt did Rives the stomacli ijedecl ret mid gieatly nulits In- rellartngit to Its normal activity bind utpTtriiiei KtDQL is suJdun u hereJi 0 tLW rdz TexIlIKon t l R l um linED I ArGOLDEN BRON- ZETURKEYS 83OO PER PAIR SINGLE COMB BROWN LEGHO- RNCHICKENS e Front Prize Winning stock Fresh eggs for hatching in season Prices rig- htMM HAGINS JACKSON KY Out of Sight antforce to a sore burn or wound thats bane tienteo with Buoklens Arnica ithe Itsnut of M lit nuI nl 0111 Hid out Of Hiflfll IMcK ton cad tliiblnh dllIIIlur iitidcr It+ lienHii iilliimeo Ojuriiiitefd by Jacks rug Ua S5u Ono way to give n boy medicine is to put it on tbo top sllf ana warn him not to touch it A Criminal Attack n an ImlTciiilvo uilizfii is tirq ii liti rode IlIlhllt nnreiuly lisele litlli ubu culled tliu npi et dix li eijj rally the result of protniclel cut tpn Oil follow Ing Ji ler torlur U iCiiiK Nt v Life IMls re ilnlu tlii- vVr prevent MJH fiiJicit imd eginu IIh regular habits of tilt buiveU 1C at JucUjm Drug 0Icarryingi a on ev i cajjo flyer because there aro so many berths on tho trl jnIIAll limUllotis I Oni of the wurat fcnture of LlUney truubU IH tlml it is nil iimdimu dli ue and b fure the victim runlue V Ii 4lri I IKII uf trouble na if prevents Itrlgliiii 1stii e and JluOjtes J + oks III uUru- IJi Irho best way to maUn people deedcs 10 on + lfhnt in it tintnetea es pUlant imple niunr and q ilekly rrlirt auuiili slid ctUT Mother who urd It ultl qiickly aniivtr IIld01 L xniive UotiKh S fjp If1hll I1tUIIIt cult remedy that ixp l8 thI iuld through ii lrx tlve aeilun on IhIr fi in O nod Iud Driigt Law Ountulna rl piles S ld b Jicknn Drue Cu 11 When a man holds n pat hand such as that of tho woman iI loves whats tho uro of drawing- t mare cards v 1nttsasr nlleliIIrulleroUIi ICiiUfoi of lodny ulihuiigh i clllztii of Ccddl liirl SlinnibnrK fn nut yt furguiliit n held time he counterrd IIUS i wu worn ml anti ditI1IUIlIl1t1l1lIy codtlilng night nod r and ccutl find no reliel UlsurnryILilftflj cure mu TJio mtvtl nnd iiol rellntle cough and cold cure ver dUcoveml Oimninleeit by UCOJIndicators of Prosperity i n1otruspapir In full of neat dlnplny ndver notlcoIhe viiiCcommunity as will as theiimelv ii Ills Dear Old Itlotlivr My dear old mother who li now 011EIlclric4011 uf Dublin On She hug lokm eujoyrIntllcIIltleTIIltfTlctinjipy results follow In all onset uf debilltrWnkijngtliened kidtiryroublet An End A onToSlaYIst In Quito a puzzled way asked I IJcgllnSheThero III IIn end to JLthls end l lime crIed with laughter And back oho counted Lack gay to oneAnd ended no her ploy Little Polka CuugliisSlid metliPH give ll heiiry indunr iiunt Contain no ojinles but drives nut rho cold thruiiKli the bowels Made in strict confomiiljr to Pure JooJ anti Drugs Lmv lit commended and mid by Jackson Drug Uu I I aU THE NEW ID- EAENNEOY3 Mores the Borels RAILROAD TIME TABLES I LERAILWAY AVJNTEIl TIiIIPAULG- LFFECrNE NOV 18 1900 rte 1 NO1 WEST BOUND Daily Daily Ex Sun AM rn- Lv Judson 0 10 20 O K Junction 0 15 2 2G ElUatawa 0 20 2 30E Athol 0 10 2 TallcRii 040 a 00 St Helens C 59 a 11 Bcatty villo Junct 7 07 a 20 Torrent 7 M- Campion J 11I Junct 7 48 J 57 Dundee 7 52 J 03 Filson S 0J 1 11 Stanton 8 lf 4 26 Clay City 8 25 4 35 L E Junct 9 00 5 07 Winchester 0 12 ti 20 Ar Lexington 0 C5 G 05 NO 2 XO 4 EAST BOUND Daily Daib Ex Sun IM A I Lv Lexington 2 25 7 35 Winchester 310 81a LEJunot 3 2G 8 2 Clay Citd Ou I JStanton i av 9 10 Filson 4 20 0 21 Dundco 4 37 b y 01l111ton TunoL 410 9 JF Torrent 1 57 0 S- tBeattyvillelunct ft 18 10 17 St Helens 5 20 10 2J Talleya 6 17 10 91 Athol f 4r 10 4I Klkntnwa C 00 11 10 lillArCONNECTIONS L S E J UNCTION Trains Nos laud Ll will niako connections 0 Ky for Mt Sterling CAMllON JUNCTIONAlt- rains I connect with Mountain Con tmi Railway for Pino Kiile and Campion UKArnVILLE JUNCTION Trains Nos 2 and 4 connect 1 ith L A Uy for passengers to an- a from Beatty illcO0 1C J UNCTIQjT Trains No 3 and 4 fu Kentucky for Iccal stations on O K Ky CIIAS scorr G11 THE E pdlI fer O 8z K Railway Effective Maj 21nd 1005 DOHndoa lCCC nF rF FH SHAM LVi AIL LV PM AB ru AR 710 ItOSOannelOlty 12HO 630 733 eclll a 1230 x65r745 128 124 821 140 Ilninpton 1202 405 150 Wllhunt 1165 352 O 200 Frozen 1142 333 025 3300K Juno 1120 310 030 235 Jackson 1115 303- AM An IM AR AM LV IM Lr- KOI 1 and 22 will make close con section at 01 K Junction with Not 3 and 1 for points on the Lexington do Eastern Railway M L CONLEV Supt Mountain Central Depart Arrive 0 00 a m Campton 11 30 a ra 1UO p in Ciimpton 6 00 p in- Vrrivo J Del nrt t 00 u in Campion Jun 10 05 n in 100 p m Campton Jun 4 40 p in Make connection with all L K passenger trains Reduced Rates 4 VIA 1 ORESOENf ItAA 1 ON THE 1ST AND ann TUESDAYS OF EAGIl IONTH- TO 3IAXY LOINTS SOUTH 3Winter Tourist Ticke IINow on sale good reU tin a till May lIst ll 07 f I1tor ur- I r C KING C P T A- Loxhlgtonj Ky i Want a Farm IOR A TOWN LOT a Our list of farm lands and town lots in cludes the hem in Breathitt county and Jackson = y- V getIIyou want 1111011i7thus 1 rIalellt14c got what you want we get i- tHAGINSBLANTONF + r- r r r REAL ESTATE JAem liftiT BsTill iI m AVe Are 1 I IHereCelebrated L 1 I E3HOEItThu Dost ou Earth I IPBIOE 83500PBIC E r ForrDAY BROSOO 4 Jael sol 1e tUak- yr 1 ORIGINAL LAXA- TIVEAXATIVE I Chlldrea- U H LeeOltj QUEEN R61UTEJ = Ii COUGH SYRUP hY AND AR uII twNLarlr OIhv uuah taro us wosdratlq upecLslr tiara w eyries Ksnuodla Luatln hip 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