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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, May 3, 1907. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1907 bre1907050301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Breathitt County news: n. Friday, May 3, 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. y iyr yt1t7w- C + ts I Best Advertising Medium IN I3REATHITT AND ADJOINING COUNTIES 7 IJ and Publisher j A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO Tii TmfCtasrre OF EABIKBN KKMTD i i aIONE DOLLAB PER YKAB IM ADVANCE IVo1It f j L Jackson Kentucky Fftlrla Si907 Number 27 il Ir ynr- ptt tw HH i flor Y ti T SPRING PREVAILS I iitAJ THE STAR 8TQFtE1 l r r f1 Our every plan is one of Spring Readiness antltto have just received from Net York time nelyestsIa Ics in I m i T I MensVand Youths m W L F 4 i w R m Spring Suits iz rK i o ft This mild temperature HUgKOsts TOlUl arh thought for newer n II Freight clot1csjopr SJ 3 Mjloctions for this SSs BShHVQ Xsliowinti + F- i u Vto J rJ 0ur Haberdasher y J i m and Hat Departments i + 0j ftrI iirosccond to none in Jnekonand lima stock is so trd and complete that wo just cant tell you all i1 it you notst see it then iouMI bb convinced 1 SHOKSFor tho best shoes Smwriife s and 9woil1en and the kind that hnvojStood W t for 9years or sty c lit and wear wcuro IrJ1J i 0 r 0- j a = f A WELCOME INVITATION i i i 18 oxtemlcd to the rndieg to cnll andook at ln 0 pretty now styles in Womens Suits Skirts 1PLfists I fHalli Underwear and Hosiery They arqijjrqtty + mwiii Ji rrnwhl docsn t r s Fkt QI g r I Firestein Eusi j4fi O Hii1rf1aIKrvir iriiH H i4ifiritfie iJ LOW RATES TO SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST r I It i Jr T TtTfir 7Q 1Krfr 4 From lEXINGTON To0 + ONEWA Ito UND TlUlIhick Tuoaim Montly817 s pooh lart Okla SB1 UO sn 85trend O ItsaDO 81815V Okhthonll Cit OklnSIH tJo 817 ObfI Tulsa QS8O t3O- Brotvaerillo25 00 3 cocn81i1 Sl 818 iii1u nuUAlhla Texas r ninf t I3 Fij IQ Quo i uolI Cluston oxas iS8 jj uu Snn Antonini Texas 4 to 0to U- CI 75t1 Sale Every Day in April tminc IU ufiOllltl 10 LOR Portland Oregon 17 80t + 9kano Washington enlod66Low rotes to ninny other points For otheriniformfttion call or write B S YENT T P A 101 E Main Lexington Ky J C BEAM Jn A G P A 0 II IIUNGEUFOUD D P A St Louis MoLouisville Ky 5252S2S252S2S252Sr52 5dqsasP5 525252552- a FLOYD DAY Presides J SAILL IILAD CMhiorv J P CRAM1 res 11 S IIOIlLll Asst Cashier M P DAVIS 0 Acting Cashier iiJACKSON DESSITBANK I Jackson Kentucky Paid up 35ooor Eit nmjy4t yo solicit the Banking Business and accounts of Ci jjj Lumber Manufacturers Timber Dealers II- Ij rf Business Men l fS 1 f t J i I Farmer t l u V ThighoaL Eastern Kentucky and o1Jer ourduatomefa g u thin most S LIBERAL TBIRIVIE3 au ru Vlthiijthe limits legitimate business if 4T =0 COLLEOTIONS ASPECIALTY hllj r t Sa5S SVv S 2S252sas N- r i L l r Itl Jr i J r b 1 d 4 J d l k i11w- I l flh j I 7 0q c If 4 4k D t t 1fi 14 0 JIJO if I I f flt f x- r vir tt r SfO i BREtHITY O i 1U tJ t fJ rJ EW Ir nf 0 i 1 f l t 1fM iiEditor yJ + 1 r On I WHAT JACKSONNEEDS Sub t ltiprSidewalks1 and At i Ajfiiin wo are constrained to lprOcmentsf11 n the debris from tho streets the fnnttcr of improving the side ttfand tho general improve ment of the appearance of th- etatvnltnwcr heretofore ap pealed td the men lobf Jackson and this nppcuUias beoh met with something of response and the people have appeared to show on interest in the welfare and upbuild hasof the town but it yet remains for the greater awakening to come and enliven the people and infuse public spirit intothc proper Ijpldois and causqt them to stir from the khnr 1 that lids so long lulled them into inaction It remains for a united o Tort on tho part1 of our citizens andcon certed plans and movements to lift Jackson from its present posi tipn and lacc it in tho list of the greater cities of our Commonwealth 1 If we expect to gro Vjnnd keep pace with the development of Eastern Kentucky it is impera tive that we employ means to bring conveniences to Jackson QnlI make it an attractive cilv suitable for ain person ror person d5 siring to invdU in our fields and make it suitable anil desirable for homes and reJUJenccs instead ofl hiving itonJ1i1jJnco of temporary nbodot us done if we- ex Ktogrow and wo must grow e Jl6ct to live It nay be l tyt tat Jacksdn is now at its crmtthat it hastnots reached tn ciHiflaV point whoroit is either toI tako its place among the foremost cities of our State in mining manufacturing dnd shipping facili ties or sink into insitnif once from which It ncverc6iild arise The development of Eastern Ken ella7drF iwtkwuutstludyat4 which Jackson can bo made the gateway is upon us antltome city such its springs up Ill time midst developments some city such as Pittsburg orClmttnnooga Wheeling or other citiesthat grpw wiOitho development of sections gronyiVijjyppd territory I jteti9tho matter with Jack n1 Vhy not make it acity ailing thd HlIsn city that cnn nptJJo itU WJJV not adorn it with attractive streets and thorough flu OJ littraclivo buildings and conveniences until capital and in vcstment would cone our way 1 For clothing of nil kinds go to Jones lie can save you money BOAT GOES OVER DAM And Roy Hall Was ATmi j Drowned jrRoy Hall the fifteenyearold son of O C Hall came very near being drowned lust Saturday morn hug by being washed over the dam in tho river at tho foot of Court street Ho had been drifting in a small boat ftbovo tho dam when an unexpected current bore him over lIe was caught in the boils and remained there until ho wad unconscious when the undcrqurrcn bore him out Ho was seen some women who were hear the rivcrv and their screams soon brou hi a t of men to the scene fbrtunntplyjh tune to res cuQjkhp boy Seriously 111 Mrs S1 H Hurst wifd of Coun tv Court Clerk S II Hurst is seriously ill at her homo at Pear free Sliohas beqii suflering for several weeks with serious com plications and itwns only re cently that l rcoi1Clition alarmed her friends and physicians of tho family tier son Taylor Hurst who has been attending n medical college in Louisville and her daughter Mrs Robert Mason of Linvillo Ala have been sum moned toiler bedstdd Wall Paper Wall Piper Wall IJapcr Jones Jones Jones r f Q J 1 4001 z CLOSING EERGISES r- At i the InstmErtterta- inmcnt bylfPupils The closing exercises of the Lcqa Collegiate Institute will be het- in the college chapel beginning with time bnccaliuircajto Sermon on Sunday Muy12 an ending with the commencement PlbperQn the followings Tuesday TJie baccalaureate sOrnnm will bo preafched by Rev lit JJ Cocker lihin of Troy ICy ii former pu phi Of this institution Time vapiou- churches ot tho town will Jom Sabbathiservice as has her tofore been the custom Special1 soot service hasicen arranged tho music department of the cpliege assisted by the choirs roniitho various churches and it Interesting and it imposing senicc1 e oooseVIMay lithe children of the 5Qooi will e their entcrlainmeqtSlcelch q From Mother Goose a program in which almost all the small children of time 8c111will par YijV It boi nil ill tolling all tho tn n promlSjto school should attend ns1 means both personally bencfittcd by the intao ting pro tlmigram It is to be ho that the chapelcihi bo fiile Veil his evening v r tnlILS nt At- n Monday eveil r will be givcnthc Pupils Recital begin amt nt 730 oqlock An attrac Live program has Veir arranged whichtviil bo rend ed tiy ttlwxj music pupils of tho s 1ioot- M ICOMMENCIaifeHT On Tuesday nilr May i14 ktA oaten eme t tirOfllWiIIn m chapel Besides cKldrcsses and essays by tho graduates a musical program will bo rend rcdaiso an address to the graduates by Rev Cockcrham The gritduates are Misses May Sowell apl Elizabeth llargis and Benjamin Scwell Miss 3well will readan essay entitled Kentucky while Miss Llargis has time subject Why Stand Ye idler Mr Sewell tall deliver anpratibn on HobcrtE Lee Thc Typical American gentleman With tho exorcises on Tuesday evening tho school closes time pres ent term KXIIiniTION AND INSIKCTION Those who are interested in the products of tho Domestic Science Department of tho school arc incited to come to tho college build rtgJSaturday afternoon tiny 11 when the many products of this department will be on exhibition- in tho third story of the building This exhibition will be wellworth tho time for their inspection and everybody is invited to come PANTS PANTS All kinds front tho cheapest Co tho bes nt Jones store New Postoffice- A postollico has been establish edpc tho mouth of Little Frozen called Calla Nathan Pel fry is Postmaster nndW H Pclfry assistant Attending Federal Court n H Rcdwino and J J 0 Baclijiro attending the Federal court at Richmond tins week They arc there in tho trial an important suit between Judge Redwino and the Continental Realty rViniinril I irirllioll he sues tho company for f4000 commis sion for certain conirracts for tim ber in IJreathitt Potry Letchor and Knott counties Th6 suit was originally tiled in court here but removed by this defendant to the Fel rill court Pel fry SewclJ have ought out tho Firm of CaiioDrake at Calla in this county itdwill con- tinuo the business11f H Pelfry s general manager t it T BIG RALLY SATURDAYI Good Music and a Parade by the Jr p U Af M II fj comdF t OfUMay 4 The Caiinel CityVbraV btndwill furnisjr music for the lIJIIcouncils will march overtime prin winding5upnt madeic Tin Juhibre are expecting a largo crowd in town for tho event Misses Turners Guests f Y and Emma Turner ha c returned from Richmond where they hind been attending the Eastern Kentucky State Normal Schopl Among their friends tiling to see thorn since their re Ujrij Ajpr j Hisses Ctorsia Wooten BcllioJjTuplon Cora Moore Julia Mo e JiurnaLcwis Maggie and Rosi Holing Alpha and Jock Co- llierbaisoy Crawford and Eva Back 1 teV J ARt N y 7A 1- D1es f ofigf Disease After a nIness- JIImIn c M 1 Salyefsville- nbrflingiiidrcdJlfsistu the j Goody yLexM I i ngton romJ c bhi He was taken t thoAi6sp5tal t wjceksngo IHs death wag caused by txcess vo bletdinfront Jail overtime surface of his Bocji His bloodiefuselltQ cMgillatc being- as thin as vatct and nm rom the urfftce ofrlil bod incessantly Jle liledfbrltinG4ays before he was mimeo Ib tifoJ6spUaI in Lox ington and the licmorrhages con tinued until his death Mr May before bjs tunes was of very large r 4fl1mounds n day during IUS neap o three weeks He was 42 years of age a soh of oxJudge Win May df Magofliin county and a brother ir1 law of Capt Jeff Pra thor of Ssijycrsvillc Tho meat bers of his family who survive him arti ids wife Mrs Mamie fay and two daughters Misses Evu and Trcssa May His body was hikcn to Salyersyillc for burial KESoWriOXS IIV SALYKItSVILJG 4O O F LODUEe Hall oif Salyersvillo Lodge Ko 201 I O OF t 1 Saiyersvillc Ivy April 28 07 Whereas It lias pleased the Great Grand Master of tho universe to call from this earthly lodge tp that celestial lodge above our belovedtUrothcr J II May whQdepWtedthU life April U7 1907 affbftu brief illness there fore be ifr IResolved First that the mem hers the Sal crsiIlo Lodge 291rof tike Independent Order Fellows having lost n faith ftilandworthy brother the com 1tit a and usefulcitizen Tiisfaumilkindand affectionate 1itisbanil and father do now in lopgjJvKsemblcd extend our heart in this their great bereiivementi4econdThat the members of the lodge wear the usual badge of vpjourning for thirty days l iicd That n copy of these resolutions be spread on thoMiiiriT lilies of tho lodge acoijy given to the betcayed family and that they also J3o published in The Brcathitjf County Ncws II G linnn Chas Atkinson E II Atlcinson Committee on Eeso lutions Adopted by unanimous vote of the lodgo nt a special called meet ing on April 28 1907 W P BIMBK Sec D C Scott Avon 1 1sasI used Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy after other remedies had failed and it speedily effected a cure It has cured several herds in my neighborhood without the loss of a single hog Sold and guaranteed by Day Bros Co f 11 S r 1s1f rw r- I JJko 4 1 frv y- lT11eLarlt p jjIi tCirculatio d 9rrNY A R IN THIS SECTION J11eaEIiluixei T i w T 1 Jn In Merchants J- 1J Is by iy ed of was was of No V TREASURERS S SETTLEMENT j Iitr t WithFiscal Gqiirfv Showing Receipts and Claims Paid FI romJan111906 to April 5 1907 Settlement of the Treasurer of Brcathitt showin re IftheTreasurers settlemonttvith tho Fiscal Court 5 CLAIMS PAIDICONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK I I + kTO WHOn ALLOWED AtiOUNT IDA FOR WHEN ALLOWED WHEN j A Roberts 812 00 Irvine Daniel 3 84 6OiliccrS 11 McIntosh 500 Deputy Sheriff rNov 05i r rAGertrude Spencer 37O Stenogr plier Oct05 11 1 Sanford Brown 2000 Taking censusischobl 06Charles h Elisha Johnson 2 00 Officer of election Dec 005 W K Terry 272 tSteve Terry 272 + J M Snowden 2 00 June 05mGrcely Young 1000 Support Lucinda Young Apr 05toLucinda Young 2000 Robert Draton 5 00 05DeputyWm Griffith 272 Officer of IcctioniBent Holbrook 2 00 Hauling corpse Oct05 v3ithar IRiley Armstrong 1500I it + r l Ollio Miller 10 00y j1 tt iEvalinc Russell 1000 SUPPotofcHildren Elizabeth Crace 20 00 K Oct 04f H r Floyd 28 07 tdbforchandmsc t wtNeslie 1J0Merchandise Oct 06 r ifz Oct 04 J D Marion J 34 Kf Building bridge Dec05h r + 4 grley Hauling lumber bridge May OG HrFLnwspn l200 of election Apr 05 r oJJ 4 hCahl liaG000 Building bridge Dec 05 s io 12 J athiliIt Itlorlon 200 r t r Sam Holland 000 Building bridge Dec q5 fHenry Turner 20 00 Support r j OctOGTltos d y GtAsbcrry Spicer 200 election tQl tm- r t Wilt Spencer 715 30 Jailer itApr 05 H Keith 3fl O r a jvC jJane OhwCryM t 1l rpf JkntUtnsoi1 fit Breck Combs 2 00u v Jan 01 r 0 100f r tLeu OQII r John P Turner 2 00 v l ItAndrew Turner 10 00 SupportJune O5 tiireck Combs GOO J PB 0 APrOa d t Jacob Terry 2w Dynamite Dea05 7Andy IJnrrctt 1000 Support Oet051 U- JitoJacoblrl 1085 Merchandise 16 1tillyCaudhll 500 Support MayOG fr A 1Crawford 2 00 Officer of election Apr 05 p 05liQilitf iPi llec0ulildnWulSP mCcr u4 00 Jailer Saving Mullins 10 00 Support rhHenry Miller 15 00 Blowing rock Jackson Clcmons 0 00 Repairing road Q M Dcntonf 2 CG Ollicer of election Apr 05 vfC C Noble 3 84 Dec 05 wm Nancy Collins GOO Support Apr 06 Nancy Campbell 1000 t m Sanford Brown 2 00 OflWer of election Dec 05 4i Times Griflith 2 OO fIX May Shade Stacy 2 OQ + Apr Polly Jett 2500SlIpport Oct 05 Thos Griflith 15 72 Lumber for britlJteU II Roger Little 2 9G Officer of election Apr 05toW D Back 13 35 Clerk fees Dec 05 Brack FanchumJ 4 00 Officer of election a Manford demons 2 00 Apr 05 W D Back 74 80 Change of Venue Oct 05 Brison Fugalc 2 00 Officer of election Dec 05U Apr06ElbcrtJ M Allen 2 00 0 05 1 Harrison Allen 200 i r Dec 05 Suunn Turner 000 Support tt fli9 j Polly Clemons 10 Oo 0 r Oct 05 J K Noble 3 85tOmcc oflElectton Dec 05uJ M Allen 6 00 Merchandise Oct 05 Clarinda Johnson 10 00 Support Celia Fugato 15 00 k Will Jett 10 00 Guarding Dec 05 05llu u J IJ Burton 12 00 Letting bridge u 05ru Nancy Collins IS 00 Oct 05 Cojey Hudson 3 81 Ollicer of election Afr 05 Jolm Campbell 1000 Support Oct 05 H Hargis Bros 10 00 Guard for Toe Bruner Dec 05 lames Brophcy 2 00 Officer of election VG Mulliken 65 00 Expenses blood hound June 05II1F Lope V 10 00 Medical services Oct 05toAlfred Gambcllv 2 00 Officer olqction Dec 05 d fiG Apr 05 h Sarah Eldridge T20 00 Support Dee 05 05KWMO Bailey 1200 Holding inquests Levi Hollon 200 OiUcer orcectionUJ h J 05o m 00 H J c Oct 05 4 4GeorgeS H k gate 3325 Deputy sheriff May 06 1eJoetTO BK CONTINORD NEXT 1 rrrI I r ta r0 fo 0 1 t k It 3aft EI04 I 9 k S I IF q r J Ci y The BreatttittNeWsltSI PER YEAR IN on t J WISE HAGINSd EDITOR i 1fc55252525252S252s2s252 j rn J DR O H SWANGO a q PilYSI ZIJl ANII OFFICE IIOURS8A M TO IV n rnIN IIAROIS BUILDIXO 1 1 I JACKSON KKNTUCKV rn lEs252525252S252525252Sru x eLCCf C 4 A H PATTON ATTORNEY AT LAW OFFICE IX eRAWFOUD BLDGI L JACKSON KY JFor Printing Phone 64 FRIDAY MAY 3 iv J Resolutionstt1Yl Ills move from among us our jljcloycd brother and worthy Tread way to his home on high Be it Resolved That in th deathof Brother Trcadway the t jdgo has sustained a great loss our country a valuable citizen hi family loving husband and father Ho was deputy sheriff of Owsley county and had gone to Frankfort on business connected with hisI office where ho was asphixiated l y E escaping gas Jt He was Past Grand of Boo ytllo Lodge No 155 I 0 0 Ho was secretary of the lodge at zt the time of his death Wo deplore his loss and mingle I our tears of sympathy with his r stricken parents brothers sisters tIP and desolate wife and children V Resolved That a copy of this I resolution bo placed upon the rcc ortltrofihis lodge and that acopy s b iwardedto his family also TT j ha resolutions bo flit ublishe ift JitfiJrcaUirtt County News Tlic Bcattyvillo Enterprise an- V 1 other papers- i WnifHull N G23II 0 Me + Crury V G 11 1Pilde- y I ecretnrI iII T rro rIof1 lowards reekvas herol1frcs I A itiy on business 1 b 1104eottaga b i9Jr rCCtCa bJ i udIctlvidc fn Broadwi1Y is niiaring conjplction r w f nine room iQusefof rent nnd w salegrIIAnISS Ikt TON rCfjorffo W Barnett of Howards Crock was hero J ucsday to ex cute Bond as Treasurer of School District No20ISam Allen of Noble while worki rig vithian edging saw at a saw mill on the Long Fork of liuckhorn last week got the lingers of his right hand sawed oil- S CainrIP was aJ consulting with traveling sales I men and making purchases for he store Jetts CreekJt Leo Reynolds of Cow Creel 1 was visiting his daughter Mrs Curtis Jctt of Athol frora jk day till Sunday Arch Jettt Rock Lick visited his father 1 b C Jctt of Cow Creek Saturday 1 nnd SundayMiles Terry ofa Terry was hero on business jist of the week Hiram Bry antof Oakdale who has beet very lox with pneumonia is im t proving Mrs fiivin Morgan vi ited Mrs Lewis Wise Sunday Charley Woods of Jackson visited his rather Paul AVoodsi over Sunday In looking over the list of delegates from Breathtt county to the Mt Sterling conven lion we were surprised to see some names on tile list but it recalls to memory tho words of Lincoln That all the people could bo fooled part of the time and par t of the pioplo could be fooled all the time but all the people coul not ba fooled all the time W- xnre glad to see the boys awakenin fiiomthe long slumber of darkness and falling m lino to uphold th I 1av and riahtiJLydia Vires o Copq Brmch titC lather jitme yircB Sunday In n dlf j tilts ti liovolnW Sunday Will w iooli A 4 Allen received three severe wounds the headwith a halchet Tho parties wcr raided iu Sam Terrys court l ndlj bt asVit atinirall worewas a tangled up dismissed Paul and Rebecca Woods visited their daughter jVIrs Hiram Bryant at Oakdale few lays ago Kstill iiorgan sowing grIssthis week Mrs saac TeiTV and daughter Miss Kttn were guests of Mrs Lewis Wisp Sunday Misses Lfrancis tt + ViseandMnry Mclntosh were visiting Mrs Isaac Combs of Terry Saturday and Sunday Dr O Ih SwangD U Jackson was at Oakdale this week waiting on tho sick Just ailord to dy namiters of fish11tidont want to cause you to pay out ijijy of your hard or easy earned money if you want to keep on thc solo side dont dynamite the river in Ihw section Wo are going t keep a close lookout for such traders nnd if caught wo will hand in your names to tho grand jury Wm K Terry is preparing to build another store house to ac commodate his increasing undo I1oywould be glad to hear the rchirun oPaicd Bird again as it brohsnelssof the friends of Un cIo a oshFrank Bryant o JVthdllvIs the guest ofx B Woods Sunday UKCIK JOSH cClemons George Back was hero Mondays inspecting tics for J W Ford Rev Daniel McIntosh of Kous scau preachedat our church Sunday 4 T qBack and wife of Jackson visited Rev M D Ritchie here Sunday t veryFhe acqldenTally received Inst +week a NED Overseer dndP TurnCr has been repairing l5s section IAt 4 ij 0 k John IItorahs n li iu Ion conducted retous crtIICC 00 Tenmile Sunday tiICburning fallow caught tho fenced Alexander Noble and destroyed a considerable string enclosing n field planted in corn- r Mock Grigsby who was shot m rn JitLekcn + Ln+a Jrfosrrm ili Xi been brought to the home of his fafli yon Lost Creak Ills recovcry verVdoubtful isi Quicksand The yeomen of this fphjco nro working as if they wpro toy ll v forever but wp J1lasu ie pray ns if they vem tDjfie5oi morrow tf 0 t f Jie- lreadthc wiso1 9ftbR I grin mtcresth C11 he spoko of tho opening buds blooming flowers and the song o the birds Juririg the Seurat days o March Preacher Stephen Carpenter iproiilivfod during the sultry days itht was coming 3WiqldSPCII JI Hakes the ice amt frozen ground as they actually came During the cold weather ho was asked when the rspell would Break Ho answered as the snow peppered down April 20 Carpenter thou reasons th oJJcll Who will be tho next GO Y erncr of Kentucky Shug Frazicr has just returned freth Troublesome Creek whore ho has been looting utter the in lerest of the company ho works fir TUB WATCHMAX Must Sign Their Our correspondents and all oth nors seeding in items to TUB NEWS must sign their names to their publicsa tion but that wo may know wl is responsible for the statements therein Several items were con signed to the waste basket last week on account of the writers failing to shin their names Child Burned The clothes of Martha Jane t6 Sill 11lllarotGrnpefinccaught fire from an open fire placb at th homo other uncle Andy Miller eIst Saturday evening She lived she was most into a crisp before her aunt coolfld J A Haddon of Grapevine lvnl hero on buslncaaCueaclny f i e r At SOCIOLOGICAL 1I the New View of Charity + iV UU foreword In the last Issue or Wirtrltlcs KUItor Dcvluc urgoa the new view of charily This Is the which seeks to f co llfo plainly nudI sec H Whole It makes of an Imperfect world full of conditions which are 111Irlc part iiu evil Inheritance a type of uutlclim tory Justlee which Is not only to light en Intolerable burdens but bilusciinwr tnnlty to the child oC unfavorable bored 1fIIlociatcoul1itlolls which toml to prr icjuate crhle P uj oihia and degen 1 eracy In tho now Tiew corporation Is the Ueyuote nUll Its purpose Is Trot tho tftechqnlnm of charity but the oral li tolJencc nii Ushcd The old view was that tho Uci raed man Is the uaturu man and that somo famulcs are Iu harntly superior ta othosss Till H6v vleV holds that there lira tie differ graces between the poor liinn and his Itonnnl nc hbors which cIt be rip Wly oWltoratoa What Good Docilfpo7a the question Jc by Brood 011htlock trio reform mayor of ToJeUo In n redhot analysis of our cilstlnc pannl system Iu the May Everybody t Ho pictures the typical pollco sour scene with Its cynical nUll sarcnsti Judge Its Insincere and callous law yors Sad officials Its flippant rcpo teM nijd the mclaucfioly procession of jio called criminals He marvcls nttlie oqnf qseil m jals of Imposing ano null taking thoiuou6y to support tlKlsc ivljo condemned the sinners anti ho ttthiUV ureafkI tar n fine while the other ROSS tq prison for lack of money This syst ul of punishment with ones and Imnrji onmont Is recardod by society ns both Ic prrtfttlou mcut for wren t doing of fo niftk l pobbl0 oa bit ATltliBck points to C thy endless nut an dlnilnlslictL pro cession ofArlm tunls root tliatrt ht ctliod east turf t te In Spite OC all 1 talk pbout oim sta bfr- lnslsta+ oe Drano 1Ch1t Deli C there Is im+ puuisheaBlasstuud b mfz din all lIe adds ry prison In the land la a le 0revery clnvroli In tbo loud So jy makes Sad jwrpetuatcs tho only ni + 9e1111pth thls1tlltlock Aof11 I td to protect Itspjf By rcstralnins those o prous teiulciicloj It Is not right to hurt thorn while do fag ijo bud Its dtityls to do nil It cnn 80ulb j S= x t pressed that Ytlhelf principle will per CIvnd0al1 criminal courts Ittth future + L MISCCLLANEOU r Jam tQwn Show Starterfi fChat the are asa nation today with our rust Industrial UeVelopmehtSnna rtaKnrtlltlonl urixMrrn nil lI worJllll strtndsJ out In relief ngtmiV aldltpbinckground of 300 yearI of Aiucr up ly lie imagln ioithJ tho opening on prll 2jt of UIl t nincstpwn Tercentennial exposition ifO6 uresldent of the United Stabs vaA taero norevlcw the grcntwt nssem j- hlase of warships ever seen In Anier ItoBIll on ocr with 1N bontctrants null soldlors representing thlrty seven nations A great throng of sigh sects guttered from nil sections of till country was aroused at dawn by is salute of 300 guns nnd was ilrrsent witness tile days ceremonies When tho lII1lIoer Sdt o ttll roods the big gunso4p bj lip nod tbo teary laud rtWIIcryJoInr lu she thunderous pooro ot d tQ the nations elder The presltleutl c sri first passed nloiig the front Hue foreign warships tact Diluting wit twentv ilio guns and tlmn rfopg UJo flvo mile column of white j lited American sea fighters of which iwwere thirtyeight present reside Tucker and other olHcIals of the sition received President noo col party and conducted them to thovln niiKurnl stand near the nudltorlitmtli presidents appearance causing irlonged cheering among the muUltntl After tile spec + g tho president pressed a gold button which formally osra slilps and the forts Joined In firing a salute to the Union prier which nil SpringlIrHug ftoII 1u full operation before May 1 5 I F M l ay of llovarils Greek 1 was hero hursday V r Jtcurtains 40 cents a pair tit Jones Furnitures store A eI Gambill is rebuilding hi- y steam saw and grist millon Howards f aa1ontha stuns site whore his mill vas burned about year age Ho will have it corn peted in n few days The young ladies of the CO Dormitory gave a social Friday evening from eight to eleven oclock Quito a number of theI ounger bops and girls of Jack eon were presort and spent n ploasnnt vcning together ItjI tF g Avrn rt I Jig 4J m VRITE US CATALOGUE 4Eri LEXINGro s GREATEST RtTG STORI Gd FASHIONS Pattern For Seven Skirt Designed by May Manton No x Is nr It to U tI or at ra U lfl III gI In to et it trl rot ana It h 1ttntt fikre ii Go so oJ t tI and at Inch DIRECTIONS FOR ORUERIN5 t0 to this number thU anafia dell It will then rent to by Mta always odUrcsa days allowed forUlvorot pattern L BPPNE ILLEI cowlIIof murrain p LibcrfcyBowman is doing a fine lot of work laying concrete side ricnllcs in town t Thco Bays his rcturnQtl trot 1 J Railroad Goinmissioncrscoriven I ion at Mt Stetting C Work is progressing nicely on dIe Odd Fellows half superin tended by James Kcndrick Mrs Susie wife of Charley Sic Collum 6f Levi is still very low with stomach and bowel trouble hind cannot live but n few days toThe merchandising deal between Ed Campbell nnd R W Bccknell reported in last weeks notes misd startled and Mr Campbell is no1 building n nice storehouse on hrs liltsu1 alone W B Bullock had the plcfstife j jf passing n night rcccnthIfi5 spivnucQ but now Qf Clark c jiitt Ir Rose has but recentlyy au- 11btus splendid bluegrass I 3at acres which he has clc giint mansion andJiow seems to the as well situated in life as oil cit ought to want to lie says h cdItortlie nniilythreC grandchildren I rIUultrre I I f 8 R iHiblican PrimarY A riinnrelection for fho lie puLlicnn notnijfjatjbfi for Circuit Judge rile IlfH Dis f trlct has been called for July 20 JolinO Eve rsolelbf Owsley ands i L D Lewis of trestle nro thoI nomiIoas overt stronRly republicari IChns Stephenso Olintonvillo KJ sBy t IIur m chickens of cholera with Boftrbon Poultry j Curoand sp nk too highly of it as an invaluable remedy for fowls Sold and guaranteed by 1 Iny Urosco I J r fro jCOjllz 1 d I as the lost rntho2- rlorM mt ylILl c Catr 1LarqcI t7 f7j oJ Ollr os r i FOR NEW YORK3 Gored 5622 chandising cannot No ihirt Qtnrc aattafnotory than the ph1n gored i is tLlapl treat yak And fItoh1tq rplUortala pail eec- Ipw1 bet rirl It IIIIQt Till neo Cut t ltQ fic tuU3rUt tlia terra r IMrtloni whll lfi pijihtu4r the hips CJlltnj claSTr of Inverted piths fitbvn 1I0 tiackfl fW is irlmmnl yt aSs rftb material wioof tliti IlKnttrvlxfit wool sui- tqttitt tn11rIJIIJill nnp vaoh 1Jr ofrn1 N tar rIlhVbl + ft cIpleteJtela- ai rar14 tvttti4l ret eiiqa dpcuuiJr t fstbt-Nl13 thin n ppllnl ui 1 = Irtatrelr- punpi G lii u r6 in tstrt I ica iHree- F rres Lbg rrl ill c the ruehtunnde ftAI fool t t tlo bIt lteibered tlqroaterI iutlrIIII the jil ihi lifl iiMc tdtInches tide wtMn Jayaffl ir tup nl8 ZitrAi yanK Bj I 94 NtQ I rurt + foV tIs Waist J t Bend cents or1 f giro of patfuiSo ua lIe red lie lou mall posti il J surq UrvrlLellfalnv ea- Puttgive evrlil must 10 fiirmp on an be in judicial d r rtvutQII W tells remarkable story of n head jnche Itstates that Mrs hell Davis of Went that place suffered with n hcadilcMC nil day Friday Ont ridy iriglit n hole Unifet in her head about the size ofu 3 caliber bullet causing a flow blood find relieving her sullerinjr Chat correspondent must havolwd ttjiuccr lieadache also jt md DRIN SryfupiPleasant to take The new laxative Does nojt gripe or nauseate Cu A es stomach and live troubles and chronic con f fstipatioh by restoring the rrtaturaracti6nofthestom ach liver and bowels Refuse eUbatltutoe Price COo iKTACKSON1 DRUG GO T fOItrSI NEYA TAR res Cotdc IMrwU Pnourocnla NV H Hjenderson JAyrt8sSCreeiVQiiii Pon Dittos YIDFttLFRIY Ip Grain S s t eq CornOIUuc Grou Orchard Grass Hungarjun Hay Straw S run Peed 1 KILLTHB COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings i New Dfscgver IIFDR cOUCHS OLDS Ttlal AND ALL GUARA REFUNDEDIon MONEY Kodo PRlcnI IndigestionRelieves polpiutloaottlioncart DlcesbWhagoutu I v1 DAY BROS I COMPANY Wholesale and etail= Lllillcof- f t 11 1 j 1 t4jJ C t ecf1iiJisr it e 1- I Ever brought to jac1cspn Consisting ofx10 S I fIL Oj51J f RtJt10 1 ttJ i t Tof f IJ IiII iq t- t T ra 1r1Jf C jAaMfit nJ S t WJ iiWo have the finest K74 Inn of shoes m East l- Ja Iern Kentucky O rlttmoils sllols nrc X01- qx y Zri 11 lt stiJ ir lc t 1 For the Ladiesr we have themost Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy p L TE5r ESI ONSIN PMILLINERY This Aepa tment is under the man agement ofMiss Margaret Basket who can show you t Thc tiN i Style JZafy r direct from New York City Alsoti t FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS t I n all i Freshfrom jIf you need wily Ho se frnishing or FURNItTURE lYe are the people you are looking for we have it by car loads to suit kl f every body L Come and see us our4 1 JvCI Sjj Q1r fliqlglt T 1IGMPANV Jackson i Kentucky re hIr t t I i K I J The Breath tt News IMibllsliuU Every IVlduy CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS S 1 AYEAR J WISE HAG INS Ewwu T For Printinai Phone 64 1iig Jafll rm1grrow Strawberries ucIlud ijoI Circuit cOUltrre ins fI bllltNI next Monday J eMrs America vn 1IM been weekA nice lino of loinus Pickles just received nt C I bullions trnmt berric9 anti 1umntoes nt G clInddent Frillnnd Saturday 11r rued Mrs 0 CL Curry hunt I gone to housekeeping in the Price Spwell cottage on thin street lion H P HOI of Boowfvlllc was visiting his Rons Jr W P nnd Attorney W S flog Dr Taylor thirst of returned to rAUisvillcrrhursF to resume his mHcllRtudirs I + Inn Turner left for Middle I will relntilIutd1lricnds BIm HInnli of ElkatawR lied lit her homo nt GVnnvilloNY rust wIolif T G Hack is itrepnringtb y erect n flea dcwelling house on I tho jot ho recently purdrncedof henry n Noblo in South Jackson It IIJ ton while nt work iu the Jaokspn coal mines last was badh hurt by u piece of ltlttI falling on Him mashing his 111I1nrmIJ front store sons to conform to tho new grade of j the trot F M McCnrti is the contractor 1114 folio wont to Louisville I 111 week to mako the final nr rnngQlnents for Iris accepting ImrsItiun as vial 1ik snltamnn nI a vrholosnl f tfCrombeen under inSitiuent lor evertif1 months 410r health 1ms boon completclyrpstoYcd j To keep 1aca willtJjia smrlt + I- tprovement in Jaeko i iotholresltrtoriau cllli1rcit a littnqjng a now stone wall nod vtolk 1 1In front of their churolr Wm McDowell General Mann cro LAG K Com omIIlinnCnpt Henry llinsTucsflay George II df Stnnton was hero durlnVnkweek with his 1 new fall samples of boots and shoes Ho roproscnkNathnn n Plant Conn old ant reliable firm of Cincinnnli I Hirnm Hays and family Itif t Tuesday for Cnrtetsvillo Ga where Mr hays has a positio- with a lumber company Ho has been foreman with the K L C V r Co 10rslernlel1rs A crowd composed of Misses Jessie Patton Evelyn Bench MiirgarotSnowdcn Violcltc Davis nnd Lizzie Cope nnd Messrs Sain Jolt Green Allen nnd Arthur Snowdon spent Saturday nnd Sunday visiting Misses Flora and Lottie Snowden nt St lIe Qsd ChnrlQS II Uuty o Mt Sterling hns been appointed l Internal Revenue Agent of Accounts There arc onb four such ollicos for tho whole United State and MrDuly has been signally honored by tho appointment Ho was a schoolmate of ours at Mt Sterling in tho latter 70s C J Little J B McLin Martin T Kelly cud O II Patton returned Wednesday from llich mond where they had been at tending Federal court Tho cases of Itcdwino vs tho Continental Realty Co and the Continental Realty Co vsC J Little and W 14laylor were continued to tho noxtjltorm The work of improving tho fronf tho San Colo property recently purchased by Mr Cr1 Littlfis being rapidly pushed S completion and there willsoon bo a good side walk extending along tho south silo of Main street Iron the Crawford corner tojBrosdway Wh y not improve the o JIsosit o sido of tho street Northern eating potatoes nt C l Ilrtddens for 100 per bushel r l z T tAhe4Citizens I J1 Y IJ I 1 j t Of4 Dreatt tf 12tJ M ron THE NEXT TWO WEEKS we win offer special values in llciis Voting Mens and Ch ldrensCl thing which trrrllyou- Wc fV v 1 ar exclusive IJstributorsiiii Central Kentucky of ALFRED BENJAMI CO orrect cletltes for min 1 6 r j I vouR 1 MONEYS I WORTH OR MONEY I i BACK V 1 clothesVfor Young slime double alII L1M- ONEYS the popular sliadcs fabrics at W- w w oitSJ 001 V 3 4W fc Our Boys and Childrens Depatei1fisrcp goRd tliingsin light oyerplaids in CassimeresrBIack TlnbetsVvBIue Serges Fancy Hard Finished Worsted ages eight to sixteen at 10 00 and as low as 2 j 1I1t C1Rrair0tL 7fj N fGnIIeIfN I k MAKE OURStRE YOJJtlIOjME rvJl THE c == cd c A FULL OF HOLESir Tim Desperado Was Shot In ftlauoffin County JfJ1rrttvr1romUfCMfi fliI Enquirer from Acldand dated Aprilsays A longs distance message ro ceived hero tonight from Snlyera that In nn engagement IiIIostntOt creek in Majrollin morning between a ShoringJiosso and Henry Mont gomory a lifctimo priipnor escaped ftom tho PiintsvilciailV few weeks ago two of the tbS+ + had boon killed fid Montgome r5 shot so full of holes that lfl wns hardy able to crawl into n cave Inlerifnrendd basednMontgomery fo r osl miles ji with him on n rocky tlc ilgoichLickcreek Robinson Butcher Shop D G qn has moved his butcher sloop into the room on rondvrny fvrnierlyoccupied by G Z prero ii hastier steep New Firm Mrs lKirn Combs has bought out1hiOstoroof jnrdncr Plummer willft9 ffiMf Combs Son nt tin sarno 1antltJI GrecnaBns Tomatoes and Lettuce Iladdixs Fnturdily MERE DIVERSION Many a rung who thinks ho is getting into a peach orchard really finds his way into n lemon grove Now that they are nmnufnctur injr beefsteak out of cottonseed it will no longer bo necessary to manufacture n pound of it out of n billjA woman writer advises mutto study his sweetheart jtG th rs ht shore before ho mariiehor- What is the use when tho sjime result cue hud by turning ii mouse loose in trio parlor Tljpfllgntning bug is brilliant but ho hasnt any mind ho mean tiers through the daVkncss with his hoiulHelit onbohind Lilcotisv tin merchant whom no ono c in ndviso ho declares theres nbthin doin when asked to advertise We feel sorry for the man who doesnt read his homo pauer 114 c JoiI 1 11 + P We IiaVe put on sale a line of these I celebrated Alen and irK + I i Men in aid Siicuts ilJ and r titrt gray Jo years 00 i 4 SUCCCD t Robin dollar 4 Ii is no better thana man without a country lyp is lute it hOlJells cow that bus no regular pasture but grazes promi ciously on vuqarit lots around Jackson No matter what olJi rJilthl1 u may renal I the well posted ojtiz n nlwny f in sists on haying fijs homcjinpor A rcadcrif n monthly mnga xino nnsa red nn ndvcrliscmchf und sent 50 tents for n potato bug erntficator The answer cnmo back with tijosntnll blocks of wood Jtibled aitUUJ Proceed tbtlioi do Mtehand ha ring cuttght yoUtaJtobug place tho bur our roughlyfoiltiuuo rVfj J Wilim bugs are eradi- cntcdd You iaincH nsuccossful farmer by looking nt his wife fruit in the closet You cnntella slouchy woman by lookinr jitlrI hnir you can tell n dry oodsI onhfs1IIonterprlljtjgI ut business nnd go ffel truth I Say is1f 1 your best felon or nny other fellow overstays his time when calling on you sprint this on him nM if lib dont take a tumble ho is too stupid to evor call on you again JIeroit is take any number bctwccn hoandw nine add one multiply b3v nine cross out left hiu rli uriaddar fourteen nil the niirnl3 ti3nrstwted withIn then w tcl aim you n1l1l1n5 countenance Acres I1Q end of l nii1J1iud iihJt4 otn own busin rnndJtimiice pebple like you better It is better to have others stuck on you than to be stuck on yourself Dont knpck dpnt get stubborn dont roast just jolly Everybody likes to be Jollied lie n good fel lovyIts dead easy Jlelpyour self Along push oiir friends with you No man ever helped him self by knocking pthcrpeopler You cant climb the laddei of fame by stepping on other ppoplos corns nnd they are their corns j hot yours and thoynro tender j IIelp everybody get holdwith both hands whenjfithcro is a chance yourjyour nI booster 4 m n to I = YOUR II WORTH OR li WONEYi BACK 11 iJI = Lost One plain gold ring with initials vvittstntidwi iitJfIiMarriage Tim followiug marriage licenses Intro been i sued since our la tJ publication V s Wick Doaton nnd Miss Susan itnddiv both of Lost Creek t Itom1Cnmp el1nnd Miss Jano IVIullins both of Quicksand L jyf p Britton Allowed Bail jf Win Britton whoso trial re sultcd in n hung jury at Lexing ton was allowed bajl in the sum rof 7500 A Warrant was issued him from this court on an inI dictment returned ngainSt him for the harder of Dr Cox but he is still in custody nt Lexington ns he had not yet executed bond there NOTICE fllAny parson having the collec liof tncs of any kind against l nny business in connection with inlirratltittm tip future will please communicate the undersigned nt IluntingtonfVAVest Virginia or 0 I Ky GlCO 1 NEAL f J IIunlin ton Wi Vu 1f ASTERorUlfrISSION ERS SALE 4 i I vBrcttt- JYirbnnks LrreuitLurt Construe hon 00 PJrtintifTs vs Noliceigf Saje G W Barnett rar Bartlett J D CIenfoi t I and lloso JTCIfii Glemonsv Dcfs- By virtuovof nn ordcm of sale of tho UreifthiCbi Circuit Curmade in tho nbovosiylod wiusq I tits October term 1 905 101 tho sum of 900 00 with inWrQ t there on from the 15th tiny of Juhuary 1902 until paidl111d fl cost 23 15 therein expended U shall proceed to offer for sale nQr near Richard Heralds on old Buck Creek in 1rcathitt county Kentucky on if Friday May 24 X1907 between tho hours of I2oiclock1my and 2 oclock p m o described personal propertysit BSatltittIcyOno new20 horse powervboiler ono 16 horse power engine mounted on skids one now medium soldtooth K l umlSS Ptiirhrd beltnnc1nl1 other fixtures to make n complete saw mill outfit Hnid property will ho sold at public auction 1O1j highest bill del on it croditof three months mind the purctuuor will bo required to give bend for the purchase Security4etringhaving till force amteffect ofII replevin Indnnd a lion will be1 reserved in said bond on Jhe prop crty sold until nil tha purdhnsr money nnd interest is piricL Bid ders must bo prepared to comply prom ptly with tlle o terms Amount of debtDOOO interest 25550 cost of suit 82 16 commissioners cost 15 00 nd vertising510 00 Total 12 135 JVeAKi WKLt M C BC C I ftich Cut IassI Y111t01nIArE ron v TtfQclding J resents BOWLS P1TCI1EKS rtMIILEIts S1irI GrJASSE- ByIiup STANDS tAS1 S PLATES 1 1 B TITBS ETC ttPfiTIcE FR0 f oe to 50 H Ei7eti e c 14 MAIN i i1I r oIiu lm fir LCt LEX1 a Y- AXI IIln LtiufHI Jt fejlvvr nt Moderate Prf i MASTER COMMISSION NI ERS SALE =ilreauiutrircuh uourt Flir mk CQDstikit tioii JoTT vs Notice of Sale UefsBythe Brcnlhitt Circuit Court made and entered jof record in tlie above styled causet attt1 October term 1OG fprthfl sum of 900 Op with interest then on from the Hth duY of jVpHI 1902 until paid expcnletlIlushsHrnl1chorwfllwf found in Brcatlittt county Ken tackyt oh V Wednesday 87tbetween tho hours of 12 oclockln followingdescribed and being in the county aforesaid Ono new 20 horse power boiler and 16 horse power engine mounted on skirls one new mediumsized saw mill withJhipslrsolill tooth saw GO ep t ply canvass stlfllicd bcIOiixl ill other sawmillSaid lirdicMS viJIlIo sold at itlI I to give bond for tho purchase ntoarowith approved security hayip Ssifrtrtiilunda lien will bo re rn on the property sold iinfrl tlio purcha o money nnsthowith thtsiJ terms Amount of debt 000 00 inter oat JJOG 00 commissioners cost 7 50 cost of suit 22 251ulver tisiiig mOO Total121575 lGattnealr M C 1J 0 iM IY FOR SALE t N goodtimbercountyKy for sale Will sell byklmbboundary timber is near to n navigable stream of water Call on or write AV B EXGLE 21tf Index Ivy = = GO TO = F M McCARTY Fm STONE and BRICKWORK Moving and raising houses and all kinds of masonry work All 25CraiJackson Kentucky V4 its a Trije Reflection that tho objects 11 hontusesje I cially Furnture the- cllarncteiisttcs of their owners So that all homemakers should soloct v THE RIGHT KIND OF FURNITURE vellbuilt graceful in design and comfortable in use Our present stock has nil these points Make hestfitlensattractive to you Wo offer ninny odd tables nnd chairs at oddly attractive prices Also a nice lino of wall paper at very low prices JONEe STOREICor Court Street4 and College Ave Jackson Kentucky W Tc4ES iil 1 350 5 r AND J UP f Silverware r Silver Novelties 1 t f Cut Glass Ringstw AXD AIA KINDS O- PFirstClass t Jewelry ITACKSON R A CHILDERS WITH JOSUp REED DRY GOODS CO PORTSMOUTH O olicitsthotradethotrade of tho mountain p bo AT JACKSON EVERY 30DtYSn I blostnliSarowillS C you money fob 1 ly f t iii= iiC1 t iPlj1w W t 1tl r T PAINTS lhi w 111 ll 11 r 1iTJust received a full line l iIr N01 la a IviI f TJ 1tl I 7 AYill coy e1 more sjace last tri Wti I I SfIIU r other paint made Gall vaSand ftrt ifti o i7 1J L Jlice1 u fl t t11f + Jackson1iRj1o 1 fl r itEu = 1 1 1 J 4 tJ it W So o rof4n Iiai Whi W t- ti L i II ftt tkly 4 t j j1 V u rill G t All Thats l tt f 4 o f4 Coming to YouLi tr I ib ts THERE IS NO FARPt Jt oW I s1In our method o nsinosss for every dollar o you jm us yon ogtighundr6d coats valno in 1 returu wa c i J iC 1 k t We Believe Ill Square TreatmentJL cF Yonr moue3a worth all time time We might ause up n pkgo of pace talking about our goo s LF ryou wouldnt kn y how good theyare A G 10STwyou can see for yourself =thins this shiest way o p1t it Craw4dwoLOc Co i g JACKSON KENTUCKY g Ertl 4 w l t c re Sou rom Wisoure2s Sometimes its hard to ct u i vince some people If you jj are reasonable mid apprecia J tive well bcnble to show 9t13 i i l excellence of our + MOI1lltlentsli Wed like to talk over liionunent question with Y thertelling you how touch it cost and the cheapness R1 M S RELY rtMONUMENTS f JAOKSON KY ra t1 4 it l Q 0 4 ol V I 0 TAD o TWORLDJam- estown rt h Exposition Open ed by President Roosevelt With Splendid Landand Water CeremoniesShow- Not Ready For Public Before May 15 Moyer Haywood Defenders An gry Over Presidents Re Watterson Prophesies mew PartyDouma Exposes Prison Atrociti- esPOLITICALI 1 rtboiavelt Defies Critics With tho object of forestalling fur j thor Interrogation hy rcprescntatlyea of labor unions and other bodies co nectcd with the JIoyerHajwood de fcnao movement President Roosevelt made public a letter which he had written In defense of his course in speaking of Messrs Debs Moyer and Uoywood along with E II Harriman the capitalist as undesirable citizens this reference having occurred ta hla recently published letter to Congress man Sherman In the Harriman contro versy Tho president letter of de fense was In answer to a protest from the Cook county MoycrIIaywood conference of Chicago a copy of which lJhadbeen forwarded by Its chairman q Jazon The president says that ho agrees wlth tho protesting body that It Is Im proper to try to Influence the course vof Justice and on this account he re Krqtu the action of such organizations In announcing advance that the ver met of tho MoyerHaywood trial shall lie an acquittal He thinks however that It Is absurd to suppose that be cause a man Is on trial for a given of fenso he Is therefore to be free from jj nil criticism upon his general conduct and manner of life lie adds that It Is as foolish to say that his remark was designed to Influence the suits brought against Jlarrlmon Ho points out thatI 4 hrncUpr prcssed nor indicated 4w ojiiion j8t2wbetber Messrs Moyerl+ welO giilt of- i the murder ot Governor Steuncnbcrg hat chains that whatever the out come of tile trial on the one hand or the suits on the other nothing could iiffect his Judgment as to the updcslra cI J4tY ot the typo ot citl2enship ot all lie mentions Uoiregards q Ilnnl1 IlaywoaQ as rei 0 wUoU ve7d ne- i IIiI 1 c I hO 1 or lufeo W lJowalds i t speculative ilnan I r rlIiQftlIuness aous employers le liI ot labor nnlt Irg 4ft tures hove done to Ulscrctuf honest 1 capitalists end fair dealing business i men Tho president concludes by Aylng tjiat he too wants a square 1 nl for Moypiiopd Haywood and that i It wU1 whetlier the nina rI uVjUsed hflV behind him corporate wealth or the most influential laboror ganizations Debs Anathematizes Roosevelt The last Issue of the Socialist paper the Appeal to Reason devotes Its efl tire front page to a frenzied attack upon Roosevelt and His Regime by Eugene Y Debs who besides having his name linked with those of the ac cused miners officials by the president J3 undesirable citizens has been him self active In the MoycrHaywowl de fense work Debs calls the president a t hypocrite and says ho disgraced his high oulco when he stepped out of the White House and called Moycr Uayi 1 wood nnd Pettibone murderers 4 t tOneRhode Island Senator The general assembly of Rhode Is land has adjourned after a final fruit less effort to elect a United States sen ator to succeed Wetmore Watterson Sees New Party Upon his arrival at New York from Europe Editor Wattorson of tho Louis vllle CourierJournal sold he thought tho time was ripe for tho establish ment of a new party Ho finds hits party now split Into three factions In the north and thinks It way boo tbit tit 0 dlaaoniint clemonttt of our present Democ jthQdonlnlot new party based on s- ociahist theo dos As It stands at I resent tho Democrats can win next time only In ease there Is cholcnulu Cu Henry Yattersonba Jbilow to ver In the 1hllI- jipIiiCM corn goes down to thirty cents i and wheat to forty or should the Re t I publican party split under Roosevelt ss the Democrats did under Cleveland Ho adds that Bryan does not regard himself as a candidate or ho would be more circumspect Wnttormm charges Bryau with having driven the Democ racy out of every northern state I beycircumstances f rR Ohio Patronage For Taft With to report at Washington that the appointment of an Internal revenue collector nt Toledo was to be placed lit tha disposal of Taft and Burton q this was regarded as duke notice that Senators Foraker and Dick might ox pactjn further recognition from IhV ri adralnletiatlon Secretary Taft upod 7 bli re1ra from the West ladles ro 4 jttM4l91ha o ftnythlng to say about tI1 IlIl1qtht oUUe41 bJct 7 A 1 Administration Alas Hughes Tile authoritative announcement has been made nt the White House that the president desire to uso nil his In lluonce to strengthen the aduilnlstrn tlon of Governor Hughes In New York especially In forcing through reform logslntlon at Albany Following ii call on the president Henry WTatt brother of the secretary of war made this fact clear and the Inference drawn was that out of the port har mony la cwYork a delegation for Taft would be chosen Soinn of tho friend of Hughes now tiny however that tho governor Is ranking no politi cat alliances with any cue which would take him out of tlc running for the presidential nomination Oklahoma Constitution Signed President Murray of the 0klahoma constitutional convention signed thi new fundamental law nt Guthrlo April 10 thus clojing tIme work of tho con vention Most of the Republican re fwed to sign the document having voted against It on the final ballot Unlofa Reply to Roosevelt Labor unlsus throughout tho country which have Joined In till MeyerHay wood defense movement have prompt Iy replied to President Hoosevelts tot lev of Justification addressed to the Cook county conference Ji many places the unions have held Indigna tion meetings and Issued statements espro3slng their displeasure A plan U ou toot In the west to appoint n day tot suspension of work In various cities so as to JUAkl It concerted demo bnstratloa and jinitt3t against tJi wordsoT tho president also to gather funds for a stronger defense of tlw nccusftd miners The New York con fcrence Jh their statement say that the president adds Insult to an Injury al ready done Tho cgmmllt 9 appoint ed to go to Washington decided that It would bo useless to makp the trip I Hlreli to your health Ind hnppl neuDIILs Little Early Hlsers ramnus little pills Naly flck head ache may come on allY lmPi the curr linn Early Rider Sold bj Jackson Drug Go I 4IbREICN lVHK TroopiMOverawe Strikers ThowMko situation In Paria grew moro acute many of the hotel waiters having Jolncd the ranks of the strik lug bakpra and other food prwluclilj workmen While no serious disturb ances had occurred It was found neo essary to use tho troops to dlspprso Ihji 1 mobs which gathered from time U time f wDisturlied tlrtj Cwn rciratlpn 1 Tlie penon wlio distuMjed thiCiJ relation Inct Sunday bV oJ9itlUCal- leoughlnp Is requested to buy a boltli- if Kuleys busy sad Tar Jnclisot Drug Co- Foreign Support Saves Douma Reports trom St Ictersburg Indicate that the united action of tho court and government would have caused the die solution of the doumn ore this but for Iho pport afforded lIy foreign pI1P Lcncc rrvuldi strongly reprobate sucJ n reietiouaryino ment I1saappeals from vrovillctitt1horltti are being pouredJnpiTthe czar to prevent tbutlCtl5fflr from continuing Its exam ination of the Internal administration in the course of which they have un covered many shocking atrocities As between these provincial governors anti the revolutionary dpurna it Is be lieved that the court will ultimately side with tho former 1 AppcndiIJs 1US In sbistI Mi o veli by Imloshlifiatl iifgiilives To hold I only Dr Kings New liVjjniitffif = I ale genlle cleanspr Guaratiltetrto cure headache IjillouS nftv malaria and jaundice at Jackson Drug Co 28 j Chinese Envoy Recalled Washington confirms the dispatches fromIcklng to tho effect that tho Chi lestmlnlster to the United Sates Sir Chutt1ni Liang Cheng Is tp return to Piking where ho will probably assume be olflco of president of the board of foreign affairs and controller general of maritime customs Ltaug Tuu Yen n graduate of Ynlo college Is mention ed as his probable successor at Wash ington Orino Lnxative Fruit Sjrup is belt fi r women and children Its mild lad pleasant taste makes It preferable to violent purgatives nich us pill tab IlsftoGet the booklet and a sample of Orfrio at Jackson Drug Go Spanish Government Wins Jn tlio recent Spaulnh elections for members of tho new cones the government party obtained a large majority The Ilcpublicans however won a num her of seats notably In Valencia where not a single monarchist was successful It Is estimated that tho html constltu lion of the chamber of deputies will bo approximately 275 Conservatives C5 Liberals 02 Republicans and Cata loulan Iteglonalists 13 Carllsts and 10 Clericals and Independents A strik ing number of young men are among tho Conservatives elected The result of the election gives Premier Maura Immense power Peace In Central America The state department at Washington has been informed of the successful conclusion of peace negotiations between tho recently wafoIng Control American republics V rdvlsIoiialgav- eriunent of Honduras has been an noun cd to ndmlulstvr tho affairs of I time country pending prcsdcutlal and congcssloual electron which will prob ablly bo held lu nboqt sixty days When your bark aches It hi almost nvariably an IrdlcHtion that something is wrbijg with your kidneys Weak dlseajed kidntjs frequently cause a breakdown of thl entire sys tim teWlits Kidney nnd Bladder elkjkldrI r izx y ytL V 1 b Ir4 t r t p = Millions For German Forts The war budget In the German reichstag includes 1250000 for the rebuilding of fortresses and the uilfals er of war announces Jils purpose to ro attn the field artillery tim toot artillery and the Infantry as rapidly as pos sible Truth of Russian Prison Horrors The committee appointed by the Rus ulun doumn to Investigate the alleged torturing of political prisoners at Riga and other prisons submitted Its report This confirms otllclnlly the worst sto ries that have been told and Its stateS ments are admitted to bo true by tho ministers of the Interior nnd Justice At Riga a committee wits created to di sect tqrtures and tho governor put many prisoners wbowcrc merely sus pects tq death wUhout trial Among the tortures practiced were such as tearing out the linger nails null too noils and hair thrashing with india rubber sticks aud then rubbing call In the wounds An eightyearold child wag flogged to death bccausu ho could not toil the whereabouts jf his father Wqmrn wpro Insulted Jlnn outraged pst Inhumanly The OfUolal publlca tlon of these facts has caused a now w ivo of popular Indignation ni d W peatment Atrainst tho government to iweep over the country Kidney oomp lalnt kill more people iliac any oilier disease This U due to this dlsrase being sn Inildlous that It cell a good hold on the system baftre it Is lecrgiil iiU Folcyr KidnejCJurt ulli prevent llje development ol fatal dltoma taken In time Jackipp UrugOo ti LEGALCRIMINALj Penatpp Borah Indicted Ii Although extraordinary efforts apv pear to have been made to keep from itu public 4iI fRCt It hcaiioki1qw1i that United Blntes Heuntor Borah bail been Indicted for violation of tholwH governing the acquisition ot1nbuie lands together with President Barber of the Barber L4per companj ot irinPW I for U qlltpippt bcauso IIIJ rpti4tQ pro ducp 1ho CQmpapys records Bonator BornU hadfeOn counsel for this corn pnay yrl1kt tho PQnator hail asked foeiy4 account of his connection H111 tfimrohcblnififXIoyer II YOI trla to el JR1101ed as- ialoouqetjforlit tTjiiTT iig It lS alol tmtthe lute ex veriQt I4g had been Inter cited tlpslIQ9Jlcmtlons Onthe iMthuSfkftho government rqugt suit recover acres valued nt 1 w000 Avhlch hail been patented to 1ji lumber colupany Beedict Gimbels Death Following his arrest nt New York lr alleged assault upon n boy nndfor Attempted brlbpry the police Benedict almbel member ifJhwpaMr arm if Glmlici Bros of PbUfldelphftf ep f tis throat and vrlstu while staying IQ- i HobokeU hotel under an asauraed inme Ho was round and taken to a Capital where heseemed to have a lance of recovery but later died r j members of his family who werei- mniaiouei1 f1 1ridhnl1 Jecn OnfJo ItMitllilJfIr4 J When your food lisa lur heel prcj vly dlgeited the HUlre yitem is im mired In the tame proportion Your omnch needs help Kodol for Indl estion and Dyspepsia not only digests list you eat ittoties tIle st mach and dds strength to thie whole body lakes rich pure blood Kodol con rmg to the National Puma Food and IrugLaw Sold br Jwkson Drug Co lBl8 Trust Company Looted Shortly after Loan Clerk W 0 OJigBlass of tho Trust Company of iiierla nt New York had lefttuepf fices Al 20 iradiseoveretI that n I number at held by tho fpmpnny fl9vbollateralwere missing I tttm 0 d I a t cly President Oakley horn torganiz ed thp employees Into a detective staff to guard ev ery railroad exit Jromthe city bes- ll1eiJtaroploylng prlvntlvcs detec W thIn twonj3i tour hourS Dovglass- WmsJcatedwitl3 tiLe wffp vundcr assumed names 111 a hotel and arrested lie W O Douglass made a partfnl confession mentioning certain brogra with whoih ho hall placed socurltlft p nail In a short time tho company was able to reclaim many of the missing papers ut a sacrifice of 140000 paid to those who had received them innocent ly Later Oliver M Dennett Wall street broker was arrested on the charge of having received a part of the stolen bonds as sonic of them had been found under the mattress of his bed at a hotel It como out that Doug lass Denuett Reunion was the name of a supposed copartnorsblp which hall been depositing securities In large amounts with brokers to cover margins on stock speculations It Is ly li meted that the JooJIng of the trust colupany had been golug oh for a long time and that tho losses will run much IcknorlotlScd A Significant Prayer May the Lord help you make liiick lann Arnica Salve known to all writes JG Jenkins of Chapel 11111 N Cv It quickly took the pain out ul a eloir for me and cured It in a won derfully short time Beit on earth fsir iorep burns and wound 25c at Jackion Drug Co Chicago Danker Sentenced Officials gf the Bank pf America Chicagoinand check kiting and a sentence of 1QOO fine and two years Imprison mont U Imposed on Judge Abner SorrowIJ Stop with Hart Bros at Bred Hotel wnetf in Loxin ton J ji 4- 4 Womtnto Build Yown Hall At Monrovia Ind a little town ot probably COO Inhabitants In the north west corner of Morgan county In n jltllo band of women associated lu ar organization known as the Commercial clut This town Is like many other Indiana towns of sliclt hits no plneo suitable for1 nubile gatherings aside horn the churches nnd school houses and thcsci energetic omen have to this coudl tlon thelndhuinpolU News With that lJUrposCln view they are striving by every iipnorable method to raise money with which to build n town hall Time name Commercial club Is usually applied to a body of men organized for the purpose of obtaining factories nUll other public Institutions for their cities nUll at first blush U might seen Inappropriate when applied to a club of women JCpt It mah Is permitted to Join rMore Noa from thin Now Eng iuiul SUit If any ntis hns doubt ai to the vtrute of FoleyS jciiney Ours thllt need only 10 refer lo Mr Alyln II Silmiison ofWilllhiHiillciJoiin who titter almost In Ing hope of recoifer nndcoouiit of limo failure ofioninn rrmed let ftrally tf d Kole tK dne Cure whlcli lie iavsL wnt fjust tlii hung fur him asfitir blrtl rd him ciiiiplet Il IsiitLre1cv- shl and trme froiJallt1iitTerJtIn- eideflt tujacuie kldneMTTnrtiljK Jackson Drug Ou j Improving Their n jThere Is n decided awn yalntQtlln able of late among tUG ip it r clto of SojUhcril Callfumla sayS the 143 Au IiTlmcll A most unusual number anil planting ichool amid library grounds public puks street ctc Every scctlo Iwn VVbn sa gen frilly prosperous riurlu thffiMist year that all feel like making tficlr city town or community reflect It by an Im proved appearance There are always opportunities In plenty on which reM dents may expend time situ money and two of tho most Important place tQ tgii nrp tlia sIqO grounds nail tlw IJrc tllHnT center of ponnlatlOi has those two prablotns before It nt nl Peo Hint R oahu j nergcllc- WojtarnilW niovjsnient jt begun to the unlfgnn jil iiUK of streets with siHablo trees liropcriy pantoxl Have time school grounds planned bj some competent authority Put In the necessary drives and walks of gravel or cement Plant according to the plan and our labors will be rewarded hot PlQup fjrgnglj your gwn satlsfm tlon bnt IIy llianVauf jwnerotlons yet unborn for such Improvement gain In valuo as tile years roll by Now Is tint golden time of nil tIme yoarUU- le reftlly lire communities are already active For A nul J or a cough titLe Kennni j Lnxatiro Ootigh Syrup Il Is liE iTiht han any iithpy cmikli ivnieilybecau Its laxative principle a suren1 henltliy oplous nctiun of limit bowels and nt thi same time It heals irritation of tin throat ttmtgtliptis th brunch tubas sad allaA J1 flimmatlon o tI- itiiUThJtienlbttlel ni1tinm- and Tar plenrnnt to take blilidrv like ttv Conforms iiJ Ute Katona iur Food and Drug liflw 6ild by Jicksn Dug Go Civic Clubs In School Tho educational committee of the Ixibauon Pa Womans club has start ed n movement to organize nfl tIu- school children Jntp clvfp Bftclctles WlJcn organlaod the societies will be merged Into a league and tbentuudi iuxllary to the state league aya the Phlladolphlq Proas Tho BchooJ dfrpct ors approve of the movement odd have graufod a part ot tho last Friday In each mouth for meetings of the soeJlt ties At these meetings the little folks will be addressed on good citizenship and other civic subjects by lecturers provided by tho Womans club Mrs TL Hockey Mrs Cyrus Ilauch Mrs ft J hAyden Miss Anna Mntthcs SIrs Harry flnifHl and qthcrs have already organlzod sovpral societIes In as ninny school buildings The children are deeply Interested as each member will wear a badge and those elected tOI jfllce will wear special badges 1 J Mrs 8 Jojoe 180 Sullivan St Claremont N II writes Airnutn- year ago I bought two bottles of rot eys KIdn y Cure It cnTed me of Hvnre case of Kidney trouble of sevnr al years standing If certainly Iss sjrnml good medicine and 11111tJ1j- r It Jokon Drug tfj r 4 Jt The School GardenJIdts The school gordel1 n U ieadlly growing miami In manj1 of t1iehmirgo cities and towns time workhns succeed wl beyond tho cxpectatloila of even tIme most sanguine cnUiilfiW unyti the Home 3IngnzllifililioS 38008 ono cent pn were oldJu Cleveland to children living hnlIcp- arts of tho cIty iucltihipdt1iTote dis Wets where beauty h almost and yards and ta hit lots are most un Bttraetlvfl anti as a result running vines soon began to cover ugly touces dud outhouses common JloworS fls yell AS shrubs boautlfled the yards and potted plants decorated IOrehes and balconies In ono small city the work began with Htorcoptlcon lectures to which tIme children sold tickets rIme proceeds vero spent for flower seeds plants and hardy bulbs which were given to tIme children with time understanding that lime hewer show would be In the fill Time entire town be came Interested In flower culture and time 5000 aster beds became one of the lights to show strangers while the exI dibits enlisted the interest and admira lou of the surrounding country A llltlit Kcdol tnketi occasionally especially nlteTf VntnKi will relieve sour stomach belcliinK and heartburn T It Jones livport Tenn writes hI am sure tlireo tmo dollar bottles of your o4o1 pcsltively cured me of Ijipejiflfl and I can recommend ss hat was three jeers ngp and I havent leen bothered since with It Irodo- lIguuanleed to gle relief Sold by Jao lon Drug One a i j PUltI3 lInED GOLDEN BRON- ZETURKEYS SoOO PER PAIR SINGLE COMB BROWN LEGHO- RNCHICKENS Prom Prize Winning Ptock Fresh eggs for liatcliiugfnfleasoir Prices right M1k M HAG INS JACKSON KY Arrest In Marvin BoVCaso FronU II Butler foVmorly a form hand employed by Dr Itorrwa Marvin Mill Dover Oct whose son Horace Mnrvhi Jr rflsappeared on March U Vlthoiit ever bnviusc been found up jto tills time wa arrested on board thu rlvor st ntder whrd lie worked as A- dok iaunTB5waii arraigned on the chnrgQ of bavins murdered thJ Iar via boy but ho stutly jualntatned hb Innocencethroughout Uln exam lna1ou time detectives acted upon Uia UHoqit that the agott Butler wee driving ran over tho boy anti aceldJMitnlly klllej hint ntul that fearms ho would be hold responsible ho put the body Into a sack ilroro off with It and hurled It A companion of Butlers told of qua sack In tho load tolmr heavier than tho others nn l that thkf disappeared IWllUC 5 trip through the woods Later flutter was discharged A IL1Ito Pity lo oyJeliijif gratitude that fai never b paid tilT writes n S Clark nf We tf ld Jowsi Irm rescue rom dendr hy r Kings Now DIs oovery Uitli itinRi werVso seriously ifftted tIat dkat1LiymedJintnInintv- imei If enntintiicvd t eivery l Thj ninlnouidry hanktni C iilr iViltbaror the first 1tUwu med multwii mor bottles rnamia complete VUIP Nu hlng has ever quitted Ni rlscuvery ftiKcuujjhs colds and all tiiKljiJgwi ciufl plaint lIIarahItaedJtktuIf prul- CIIW3 and 100 TtITjt1efree Uniform Not Immun thlfttiflfirtorCourtq that Chief Yeoman Bucnzle who j barred from a Newport nmnserneM lQlJthent only price of his ndthLeiou- Time Judge holds that proprietors of uch places tuny nlmlt or oseutie flljom thpy rhooK IM that the iiHtn to naval uniform has nbspcclal rights Title In time easo In which President Roosevelt and naval officers took a great Interest 8ubs6rlblug to the legal expenses of to poxsecqtion I 2rNotice tu OiirCustonujrii vri eftryul1uico t1- aFiy UJIII otllt II Old find IUUK troiibVsU not affeelrt hy tlisjiituimalliure Foyd mid Drug tmaw ai It contnliii no opiates or nihri harmfjil drugs mind we recommend il u n lafe remedy or children and ault Jsck on Dnffj Co j To ea9lfy VJIIAI Streets auhfor time heat kept ynnU flower Q flUdllio like tho Vlllago imprOvetj foIl H93ocjatlon of Tyngsboro Mats US nnuual fair In the town ly Tide If ono of tho prJfttK- lu ttvtho state nud timrougi meat associations efl tew9 alive Its traditions as weU tftfg gorVloOES A fenluro ot the dsismonjrtnlnm- acat was time preiientatIon1ol4V1low Dale a rural play In throo avis by limo best nraatour talont In this section floiiurnelucces marked tho efforts of Uio young people In their theatrical vonttffo thu play making a hit with the towusjVeoplo S i vIlts ffi I hiSilveUof not njerrIjJmSI in tie stir fsicet It2peneratej the pores and promptlx relieves pnlfi caused b- yiilsusinIde outs and sklu die rIllhlwarsun DrugCn MeasurIng Railroad Wate Tha Sundbcrs cammltlw has report ejlto thQ Minmiosotzl s nm1uthat rail iv4raiirt In thnt state ua a real valD f iUpqOOOP 6r about 527000 apllolJtellatjO550000 a toljhXVlV netbirnimjgs last tiihtIDlt av enifetdW ErrmiiLjn riwklng Its 3t1mntdtjiiZiththlttee cotiildjorcil the rignj5t ovcbustructUn dst of clJutpm iAIF npovemeuts ox ponso of6peratJpg under existing ratej otcV Xa 5- Th roughtit Gettysburg- I vd Parker of Fayettn N y1 A hn lost a toot nt Gettysburg ii rites Eleulrle Ulttnri hays done me more jood than any medicine I ever tok hir several years I had itonuch trouble and paid out much money for nedicine to little purno AII1U1 1 be gun taking Klectrlc Hitters 1 would nut take BCOfor what they have done for niH Grand tonic for tlienged and for female veakneises Great alter sure and body builder sure cure for lame back till weak kidney Guaran teed by Jackson Drug Go 60c RAILROAD TIME TABLES I UE RAILWAY WINTER ThMi TAULK EFFECTIVE NOV 18 1000 o1 NO3 WEST BOUND Daily Daily Ex Sun AM rn LvJnckson C10 220 O K Junction 15 2 25 Elkntawa U20 230 G jO L52 jnllegnut15 640 a St IlelcTtt 6t3 HI UcnttivillOttnct Jf1 1 0 orrentI 7 8 41 CamnlOD unct 7 48 8 67 DundeoV 7 52- KilsoiL 4 Qlf S 03 4 18 Stanlfin 8 15 4 2l Clay City 8 25 485 L 8 Kflunct 9 QO 07 Winchester 9 12 5t20- AiLexngton D 55 jor NO 2 NO 4 EAST HOUND Daily Daily Ex Sun PM cAM4 Lv Lexington 2 25 t 35 Winchester 3 10 8 43 L 8 E Jiihct 3 25 82- 6cId3cioo 9 0- Stauitim 4 191t 9 10 Fils6n W 9 Dundee 4S7 9 84- 2ninpton Jun t 9J 8 Torrent C5T 9 G- HeaUiIIeJunct 5 18 10lSt Helens 5 20 1026 Tnlleini 5 37 10 35 Athol 5 45 10 43 Klkatawa 0 06 U 10 OKJunct 6ioOn 15 Ar Jackson G15 11 20 CONNECTIONS 1L K JUNOTlONrjralnsNos 3 willmaKoconnootions with CO H CAM1ON 1UNfONiItr- ains connect with MoptiinCe tnil Uailway for Pine HjiJiiai and CampionBE YILLE JU NOTION Trains Nos 2 antf 4 connect with L A Ryfor lflSSCflCS to ntul from HInt illc 08 ICJUNOHIONTrnins No 3aid4 with the Ohio 8 Kentucky Rrtli O K Railway Effective May 21ml 1005 Hast Bound West Houed iic2HiiCH 2- Au LV ru LY pMAIrllA a 710 l050annpl City 12IQ 830 46111dR4t49 llninptun 1203 405I1JWl 168 Wllhurst 1163 R M 200 Frozen 1112 338 tfi2152300 AK Juno 1126 810 930 235 Jackson 1116 800 AM AK FK AR AM LV PM IV- Nu land 22 will make close cop noctlon nt 0 A K Junction with Not 3 and4 fur points on time Lexington A ICaflern Hallway M L OONIEY Supt Mountain CentralVjf Depart Arrive 0 00 am Campion U 80 a m 200 p in Campton C 00 p in Arrive Depart 8 00 a m Campton Jun 10 05 a in 100 p in Campton Jun 4 40 p m Make connection with nU L miusenger trains Refuced Rat s to Jp VIA QUEEN1 4 ORESOENT f 4- S ROUTEf ON THE 1ST ANDi3RD TUESDAYS OF EACH lION lIJTO MANV POINTS SOUTH Winter Toiirist Tickets fNoill May 3 1st 1007 For prrticulars writoi11 C KltfG C PT A Lexington Ivy Want a Farm OR A TOWN LOToo 11 f roiiIT7jf farm lainlsantFtown lots inliliu eludes tile best in Breathitt couiity and i i1ackSozz I It doesnt cost you anything rlt get hatyou want tlrfoiigh us If wet havent goMtt yqu want ic get it c HAGINS BLANTON t REAL ESTATE JACKSON KY NI J V Ji ore We Arei The CelebratedqHANAN SHOEThe Boat on Earth fLETQl 335JOO PR I C E 4 rForSale By LE3RcE3 CC tf jaoksoQ leQtuoly u THE NEW IDEA THEORIGINALUXATIVE COUGH SYRUP ENNEDY AXATIVEj ONE AR uIIJACKSON TJRUGGO1 3 J I r 1 3 I