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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, May 17, 1907. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1907 bre1907051701 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 17, 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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none in Jackson and tho stock is soJat r Oll SHOESFortlto ti women and the kind that have stood the test for i years for sty e lit and wear wo are IT 1t it rA WELCOME INVITATION 3r- J r- n off urisextended to tho Ladies to call nnd look at the p lt now styles in Womens Suits Skirts AVaisls ItI tihats Underwear and Hosiery They are pretty = enough to delight any woman who doesnt want toFput much money in hoi sprint frockJosP F I EUSTER ISAACS a- Froti l a G ftm r yS rr rSINr1Ft5rrniiJl r LOIN AIE TO o UIHA1SD SOUT WEST SOUTHERNTe t From LEXINGTON ToIONE WAY ROUND TRIP First and Third Tuesday Each Month dl 17 t15llnvenportULln S 81 00 17 S5 Stroud Okla Sftl 00 SIS 15 Oklahoma City Okla S01 Mi S17 Ob Tulsn I 1530CO 25 G9i Brownsville Toxai Sou 75 gIg 5Dallas Texas 5B3 75 4 20 0 POU8ton ToxaeStill 75 S 11 1 b5SanAntonio Texas 88 75 SIU 4Q Jt AVnco Texas 533 75 y On Sale Every Day in April 38 00 One way California common points SlO 40 Portland Oregon 87 JOSpoknno Washington II 6650 Low rates to many other points For other information call or I writepB S VENT T P A 101 E Main Lexington Ky 1JC BEAM Ju A G P A St Louis Mo C 1IUNGEUFOUD P A Louisville Ky S252S252S2S S2T 2E55raS252S252 a FLOYD DAY President J SAML HEAD Jn Cashier 0 P OKAWFOIlDfico Prcs W S HOfPEK Asst Cashier 111 DAVIS Acting Cashier F JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK m Jackson Kentucky m I Paid up Capital and Surplus 27 5ooo- P m of11eS Lumber Maiuifaoturers lli Timber Dealers Menn f m MerchantstFarmers 1 Eastern Kentucky and offer our Customers i 1themost a i LIBERAL TERMSbusiness t m1J2SaS252S2S2SS2a2Si11ia5vv as25r7525c52St 525u252rZcZS 1 f4 k f tf L1 I 1 Iwt10 = j i yid avV- A t 1 t I of o r rtitJr r J411 BRFAThITJ r 4UiY4- NEi1J Wt0 r 7 t r e f t l J 511101A 11 D F ill s 1 t I Charle Burt in South 1stllt1i nt ii them U l tJot ul llOf the tileJIhlll Jtx JtlII and duslljl c- r1 OrlrjJI incline struck with I cr sh th- C tC 0 a from Tol1isillc WhicJg tossmg Broadway at 11nteastr d The bnJrIIIso car vf the l d snlcr train was knockedover pn its side Iho str t rwiis st asked welike man George Wes killed onllqicon of its passengers inju Cliirfe Scott General lussengor l gent of the LaC E railroad vas cight Iurllbrolwncuts about the fncc and tans Nis lejjs hero also cut with glass Some Magazine Ads A man with a mania for 11 svcrin i advertisements has hud pmo inlcrc in experiences He learned that by sending 1 to a Yankee he could fret n euro for drunkard and he did It was to take tho pledge and kccp it Then he sent r 0 cents to find oUt how to raise turnips successfully He found out lust take holdof the top and pull Being young he wished to marry andsent thirtyfour 1ccnt stamps to nChicajjo firm for in formation us to how to inuku an impression When the answer came it read Sit down on a part of dough Next advertisement he answered rend Mow to double your money in six months He was told to convert his mono into bills fold them and thus double his money Next ho sent for twelve useful household articles and jot a pack age of needles Ho was slow lit learn so he sentpl In find Wit hwCdctrrnl tw11fo tar MqYh u spend a cent was the reply That stopped him Butt his brother wrote to find out how to write without 11 pen and ink Ho was told to usn a lead pencil Ho pajd 1 to lenrn how to live without workand was told on a postalcnrd Fish for easy marks as we do THE BEAUTY CONTEST Tho Beauty Contest conducted by the CourierJournal during the past three months has been con cluded and the pictures of the successfulones will be printed in tho Sunday CourierJournal May 25 Several thousand photographs were submitted in this contest The three most beautiful have been selected by n committee of well known people These three will be entered in n National Con test to find the most beautiful woman in tho United States Everybody will want to see the pictures of tho most beautiful woman in Kentucky If you do not get the Sunday CourierJour nal by mail or through an agent send 5 cents for a copy of this is suo of May 20 at once to the Courie Journal Co Louisville Ky and see the faces of the three most beautiful women in theState A Novel Plan W A General Man ager of the Lexington Eastern Railroad after repeated efforts to rid tho Campion jTunclibn tunnel of an excessive nffiount of dirt which has been sllding over tlio mouth sin G J i nary which nc cessitatcdamHlfmcnso amount of work by coati tors has hit upon the novel plan of swishing away with water the sliding dirt and mud lIe has rigged up a steam pump and the poycr is by using an oliltloc6motiro boiler- and runoff withn Ilress 125 pounds through piperlIthol1il acid relieving thoiistrain on his tunneiwith grcatfsucccss- Mr McDowells plan in this undertaking is noteworthy from tho fact that it is tho first successful effort on record to pint water to such n Use cast of tho Misaissippi river WM OYISLEY l1NTY t Iet S t 1 A and J C Rosa sold tp Si J Crawford 08 htis fori15e J pLuDllnjIbee ittenilings 1 ol 1 1ttitle in Soult + Fork nstlreekuite a non of rnjts na scd duin bv here I Ill farmers 1 nife behind w tl 11hnsthe wt +reather- L iJ 4 Hose IcJ rued from i vine likt Friday hero been to sell itfts trhicllbet- ied unbn the lastltide Few Clothes oM to no tort- Marcuitlnst we n mul9ftr 2001 ti also bn tzht IL m o- Sam Wi on of L Uosc f itJ5 Drs1 ore and Gibson 1 or the Jab town last Saturday They way Louisvil them to take XPOSitliwill hIarvey Riley him salt u I t dity ago fInd it necessary lo havens ler n off He tired i toile life doctor were pcrfortnim theopniation- t Fhw CLOx- lrKsLcdOJsry t IHyden s t MisSarah Mortiniil1utfe ring with a felon on l3igo 5izemorodell artll lioine- on Hock House la4 Irf 1yjnweck ago Ed of 3Jt i has friends returne fIola of fi9t to Mrs An Leii9 titllranne- r9 tclh weri h h 1f r X1f I Mr and MKs J d Mogan visited friends ujni relatives in Hydcn last week v Miss Amanda Uvdrsole of Cow Greek has located hero and is en ja ed iTomiv days ago for Mexico to visit MVs Mac tie Bennett He will probably make his home there Henry Howard left here in a boat for Oregon where ho will make his future home lie stop ped enrouto and took dinner with his sister Mrs Price Terry Siss Mut y hind her house and the entire contents destroyed by lire n few nights ago Mrs aunty and her four children had a nar row escape from being burnt to denthjh Joseph White was mortally wounded and Lloyd Cornell fatal ly injured in a light on PooVfork creek in Harlan Bounty Yhite is not expected to live and Cor nett is believed to have a fractured skull Cornett was assailed by a crowd of drunken men while on his way home from the post ollico and struck on the head with a rock Although daze 1 by the blow Cornett secured a shotgun andwent in pursuit of tho crowd Ho came upon u number of men sad tired three times in the crowd and each shot took oiled in the body of White After the shoot lug itturned out that Cornett had shottho wrong man and that the party of men ho fired into were not the peen who had assailed him Bad wiiisky is said to bo tho cause of the trouble V JlEUBiuo i a4 W T IJallenger Lexington Kysays I use Bourbon flog Cholera Remedy ami I think it is the only remedy On the market that will euro and prevent hog cholera Sold and guaranteed by Day Bros Co i l A subscriber wishing to show his apprcciaton dfa newspaper said Tho two classc of men which the world could enst afford to do without are than preacher and the newspaper men for the iiiepchie ells us thb eruthnpd thee newspaper tells us everything else 1 i FAlMonc e JHhf GMJJEI BY k- EETRI G REGISTER ROCKfORD fA CORRESPOND L 50UCITEC Trie use pt thpjiiauuftiv8tireTiTr means n n 1 pf forHllzir value ofa lIIinhltIdor manual labor r 1111uolItajt jlte Letu tt of till list with 37IKX ntral IlIICrblQslftl routcj Ohio Iowa hu ltf following not fur bcltlmliii the order unmctl Dalrynlcn In n jmrtlou of Denmark report tin tl mcln11ll1f ttitIQg null- s0lctloi II made on ot thlrtIIlx pounusTgf butter tat per cow in Jnp year Feeding tests lately made by nn eastern feeder show the proiluctlo of milk on n ration of ooirpea hay nt n 1ont olJi8 Iwr liundrodwelBlit while with RTiln ration It was nor tents It U a niorcjiatl8fnptory ag well ns n more prodtalilu iiropnsltlon to go bmncli n llehl of com and pull out the ovirstand than It N to try to fill- lit tlio hills where statue are missing It U quite likely tape tlio follow who ctanes and rubs his tilled fields of their fertility who IN nlo In the habit uf tunilnu his cattle on to imstunf about three weeks before he ought to Odd plaCe and corners In tim garden may lust as well lie made to grow to unto vines or hills of beans as u mess if unsightly weeds It la quite safe to assume that If something useful Is not grown on suet plncos pomethlns innnful will It lt n law of plant as well as liftman life wldlold ti Id wtlldo n goal Qea- lt1 tli nmcl mi sgtlihItM null cumbers fron ltd ctrl the safcsEwspyis to t astru t 6s aootHl thtf nnd tae novqultonvttu g o b top lice tut I t qesi A1flar xtpy A series of experiments conducted with soine of the alkali soils In the western states seems to show that they will grow good eropa of sugar beets where they will not produce grasses or legumes It this proves to- be generally true It will have been nn agricultural fact worth finding out The blithesome willow of thirty who imrrlos the foxy widower of sixty In the expectation that she Ii going to foil heir to a Rood share of his prop irty but after marrying him nUlls that hits property Tins nil been transferred to n third party Is not entitled to and vlll not receive very much sympathy Some one has recommended sowing n few llaxsecds in every hill of Iota toes elalmlutf that this will prevent ravages by tim Colorado potato beetle Any of our readers who are of nn ex njrltiitiitliiK turn of mind coil try the plan nnd report their success On the nine prluclple time presence of a toma to vine In a hill of encumbers Is said to ward ort the striped squash bug Killing of weeds Is but oue of time two chief purpoioa of tilling growing Tops The other Is the stirring and ooxonlng of the soil so as to make poso ilble n free circulation of nil through It and to prevent a too rapid ovnpora lion of the moisture which It contains Vlthougu n hold of corn or other crop nay be perfectly clean one of the most Important reasons for cultivation itlll exists What a godsend It would bo lu view or the scarcity of agricultural laborers In almost all sections of the country II thousands of the surplus population In many of our large iKIca who are mdorfod out are Buffering for lack of muslUne and frjsh nlr could bo induced to go ito IJie country nUll Hi part supply this demand for labor Could such n situation be brought ibout everybody concerned would be jeneBted a t A tree planting custom Is In vogue in the state lot Massachusetts that might be toJlo pront by many ot her sister cOlumonwenlthBfor a lumlntr of way commlsalon lidsjBiitde metlce of setting out along thijjjSlghwnys of the state bettvee113OlX aad i their thought IJohi that tUoshadpYraf ultlng not oulygend to stojU roads but furnlshe rt for tray elers ns well ffi It seems to bo tllJnhlrsnl testimony from localities In themmoth part of the corn belt that the corn saved last Hll4s not ulfo time usual sta + lord In view of this eltuntlon the os4gafo way Is to make n careful tar that Is to l ward for seedylimo llpshoil IndlfferenCg that Is qu1lolIke1 y toJ coustltulo tho of so mummy on this most vital Question and that ylll cnust them to COllt with the- Ootl old way of their grandfathers will In all probability reduce the yield of corn on Individual farms from ten to thirty bushels to the acre and the total ylold the country over by hundreds of nllllons of bushels II 1 I tQ ic A t 4 c J a tl 1Is or n F TREASURERS SETTLEMENT 0 With Fiscal Court Showing Receipts and Claims Paid Frqiri Jan I 1906 to Aril 5 1907 V of ihcTreasurcr ofMJreathitt County showing re ceipts and claims paid by him from January J 190G tho beginning of thetreasurersJ j 1 iJI t CLAIMS PAIDitJ CONTINUED FHOM LAST WKEK 1 4 TO Wlton ALLOWED AHOUNT 00LJOQNickDillard Sizemore 20 00 Dick Jolly 15 00 Bob rohnsonIi 18 UO Mary t 20 00 Asa Barrow 25 00 Margaret Barnelt 20 OC Shiner Iloark 2 00 Harris Bros 17 45 Um Spencer 148 ao aooQIIWm Spencer 01 00 50001Juruis201 00 W L Clair 3000 D B Pclfry 20 00 James Allen 20 00 Sarah Eldridjic 20 00 Mulniln Simpkins 20 00 Susan Smith 20 00 W P Shofliclcl 20 00 Iiino Miller 20 00 Tubitlm Miller 20 00 2QpiNancy0 UeprgeJones20t t200- Cythia Taulbco 20 00 James Robinson 20 00 Ben Tharp 20 00 Sam Jett 10 00 Jackson Bank IS00fi 120 00 30 00 Klijqh Wilson 15 00 A 11 Patton iiO 00 Gem Hays 12s Breck Crawford 5 00 N II Sally 3 00 Tayjor King jl 00 In aaid2t IlQ r Nancy Turner 25 00 Betsy Jane Stamper 20 00 Elijah Howling 20 00 Lewis Sandlin 2000 Senora Lovely 25 00 Lottie Spicer 20 00 Beltio Spicer 20 00 Polly Herald Iii 00 liars aret Salycrs 15 00 Catharine Mays 20 00 S II Hurst 12105 W D Back 2160 W D Back 2150 A 6 I- Prte 1 t La sta ClrculatlotI Ity 0 r I r I 1 on the and in in the sum la all is This 4th A and This 4th l S S Court or J Kvery variation of Is worn by well dressed women and hero Is one that can bo treated In such a va riety of ihat It becomes adapted to many and a great many mate minis It Is made of crcpo do chine with of Velvet and yoke of lace and la alt In one tho yoke can be made entirely euirarute BO that the waist can be worn over several sorts if liked or the waist can ho made sleeveless and worn over any gulmpe or lingerie blouse or the lining can be used as a eulmpo nnd raced to form the yoke while the sleeves are sewed therein and the waist Is finished The prettily scalloped outline Is a novel feature and the straps over tho shoulders are very gen orally becoming while waist Is for almost every dressy waist is made with a lining that consists of fronts and backs If this lin- Ing Is desired Oiled darts are taken up In tho fronts buIlt It It to bo used la tio gulmpo style these are omitted When the waist Is Inndo one the lining Is faced to form theyoke and the blouso Is arranged over It When a separate yoke is derircd the lining Is cut oft tar a por lion of Its length and Is adjusted under the waist which can bo althcr tanned or made ova a is liked In any case the blouse proper Vxmslsts of the front and the backs with tho full sleeves that are finished with wide bandsThe quantity of required for tho medium alza is JVi yards I 3 yards 27 tards 41 Inches wide with Hi yn s ribbon and of n r1 of all over lace to make as IllustrnfrdBlzrs a 32 31 33 S3 40 and U Inch FOR P Clay Paris Ivy saysu Bourbon Cure to any has unhealthy fowls I had success with own On several occa sionsI hays that 1 r FOR WHEN ALLOWED WHEN PAID T OTMerchandise ytSupport IoJ t If i Bujldingibridge l If Suhtiort J Plans forbridge June 05 art Support Oct 05 flicer of election Dec 05 Account Oct 00 ri k iilhr20Support I Bridge Commissioner Dec 05 It Medical services Oct 05 Merchandise Dec 05 Merchandise Medical services If Caring for If i lfSupport 1 v 6ct05 r VOcfOo nr If t if C ff Sit i Caring for blind child Support QctUfiIar 30 x Guarding r Interestft 1 i Expenses to 07 Apt r Pee in bridge cI yWorking prisoners Voting No S O 6iOfliccr of electlon 11aJ Q GuardingA Spentr Apr i + mff 1 o Uct05 3 r 4S0 i U If If 1 i- il f 4 i County 07 4 Services change of venue B F French Oct OG Services change of venue Ilargis etc Apr 07 a balance hand in county treasury favor of Breathitt county of 5674 of which respectfully reported April 1007 1 P CRAWFORD Treasurer Examined correct April 1907 TAULBEE Judge Breathitt County I NEW YORK FASiiIONSIPattern For Overblouse Jumper Designed by May MantonNo 5616 the ovcrbloaio vaB occasions trimming but separately propriate the opJ rialThe foundation moderately material threequarters great pauper louse Lomb Clerk James found BC10 Over Blouse or Jumper 83 to 42 1 1 10 cents to this DIRECTIONS office give number of ORDERING this pattern Ko EC16 and state size j It will then be sent to you by mall postpaid lie sure to write plainly and 1bustFg full address Several days must be allowed for delivery of pattern h 4 Jr I can recommend Poultry one who as have flock it on my curedchickens v Coaletc hauling 07 hospital Apr 2OT eb r h ff Apr etc Leaving IIgive 1 were too sick to standup or eat So far I have lost but one old fowl this year I frequently put a little of the medicine in the drinking water as I think it keeps the fowls in a healthy condition Sold and guaranteed by Day Bros rIr It P L L The Breathift News SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCEJ r a 1 i J WISE HAGINS EDITOR M A H PATTON laJ1 IOFFICEIN CRAWFORD BLDO I 1 KYtS s li Q For Printing Phone 4 4 FRIDAY MAY 17 THE HARGIS TRIAL The Commonwealth closed itsI testimony in the case against Jim Hargis at Lexington Thursday afternoon which has in the main r been about the same as in his former trial and the recent trial of Bill Britton except that more evidence was allowed to go before the jury than in either of the former trials John Smith Ans White and Moso Feltner told about the sumo stories that they have told before nnd which are familiar to the public but they were much more strongly corroborated than iTcvcr before C W Strother of the Winchester Bank corroborated t d Feltner as to the 1500 note and checkIdeny all the charges made against him Very few convictions could ever be made on the evidence of the defendants Jn the former trial Judge Par ker practically instructed the case oUtof court but was reversed by the Court of Appeals Wo shall sue what ho will do this time Jus lice ought to be done to both sides t1 lTIlE JURY A 110 Leo Lexington sa L loon keeper C It Murphy farmer Stamp t ling Ground Scott county S Green farmer Scott county J P Murphy farmer Stamp ing Ground R L Herndon farmer but re sides in Georgetown f couutyafii i WEarly farmer L Scott county ihtn tiSYrf UUITOCtltt Tames Flynn farmer Scott J county W M Hodges farmer Stamp 4 lug Ground- J B Mulholland farmer Sa a dievillc Scott county r N N Sear ent farmer Scott county If Uhody Herndon farmer Scott ounty t 1ufr S Murphy an d tontthejurHerndonjrv I iThetrial of Jim Hargis began i in earnest at Lexington last Satur f urday Attorney B It Jouett of Winchester associated with A F l Byrd in tho prosecntion made tho i opening statement to the jury on 1 J behalf of the A mmonwealth He bsaidit would bo shown bSfOrn I that Jim Hargis w the instigator of tho plots to kill three menJim Cockrill B Marcum and Dr Coxand r that as a result of the alleged con spiracy all three men were assas slanted lIe said that Ilargis was t the sworn enemy of Cockrill long tbeforotho tatters death and that JudgIe tjI kill Cockrill himself he would en 1gagethe best lawyers in the State l to the person or persons f who would kill him and would sit Ibtho side of the murderers durIi their trial CocltrilpI n begsIiargisti r relative to engaging attorneys andtdefending tho murderers He that it would be further proved that five days after the murder ir Jim Hargis gave out an interview in Lsxington in which ho said that iblio was glad Cockrill was dead as ho had been a menace to the com raunity for several years Attorney Jouetts statement was perhaps the strongest over made r I to a jury in any of the many trials growing out of the Breathitt assas I W inations and tho jury listened in m wonderment na tho words camot from the lips of the attorney 1 Immpdintoiy upon the conolu r 1 1rrr Is 7 Lair 1 r ro rx sion of Mr Jouetts addrossMuilgc It Morton began the state ment for the defenser The taking of testimony then began and before adjournment the testimony of six Commonwealths witnesses had been completed the confession of JphnttSmith partly taken and concluded r Monday morning None of the witnesses who were on thaJstand Saturday had testified in the Brit ton trial except Smith and he gave some evidence which Mind not been brought in at the Britton trial which bore harder on lIar gis than any that had hitherto been produced as it gave more connected and in more detail the different steps in the alleged conspiracy Smiths story was cor roborated in part by the testimony other witnesses who swore that they saw John Abner in the window of tho court room with Curt Jett while the shots were be lag fired Just received new line of can dies at C Haddens Clay Griflith of Elkatawa was hero Saturday 1 s PETERS SHOES you call want to get and wear at the the of the MADE FOR U- SPeters Shoe S LLouISI J Mens to j wear 165 to these are 25 more our pair Clifton Gross of Athol wt Saturday and Sunday Willie Bowling spent Saturday night Callahan Wilson Callahan left Sunday for Athol after a fondof America Green and Polly Sand Deputy Sheriff Stephen Turner of Elsom was on Creek Monday Miss Amanda Deaton her sister Mrs Joe Johnson of Cams branch Sunday Miss Lillie B Deaton is visiting her sister Mrs Grunt illo Turner at Elsom this week George Deaton and daugh d George Deaton lost a fine ste0 Inst week worth about 4 50 an L C Bowling also lost a hog worth Among who were visiting at the home of Mrs Mary E Stidham Sunday were Granville Turner and Willie Deaton and wife ZJary Ellen and Fronk Sebastian Clifton wind Archie Sebastian Buddy Allen and others EMAHKTH Mrs K P Landrum Mrs Inrt Smith and son Creek were here Monday attending the Lewis Terry of Turkey i and II C Short and J II Johnson of Jetts Creel were hero on busi its ness Charles Euster is tho city this buying n new spring stock of goods for the firms of Easter S Isaacs i new postoffico has been near the mouth of Canoy called with B Sturdi hU aq 9t jltt rJ r 11- u NED I ilcremiali Combs nt is on tho list P O Sapormado n lino tfo drivo on tho recent tide W C Strnand P G Napier arq rcnowing w of goods ohn IkC mbs has been ar f sight case of lum 1in Somekintho disease per haps is infesting this vicinity and rendering ho people almost un able to Wrk jftMacic ugsbywho was and woundccTscvcral months ago in Knott county andwho was tukent6 xington hospital for treatment djficj May 10 after a long suffering In the latter partof his illness ho re quested that preaching bo done but the parties requested felt to excuse themselves for fear they might create a of ex citement and to his condition II Combs called to comfort tho bereaved friends which ho tried to do hay ing great sympathy for them ill Theyre the Shoes should for if you comfort style aI reasonable price Theyre built in specialty factories from most carefully selected materials over lasts that conform properly with lines feet Co NOTE THE Ladies Tip- Bluchers A 1 Ladies Pat Tip Bluchers 1 Mens Vici Kid 2 25 50 Patent Calf 3 50 4 50 I Ladies Heavy Shoes very thing I for country 1 85 All goods really worth from 1 to 50 per cent than prices per 5 4- fesTl3L r TAU LBEE= j Crockettsville here with Wilson boat IluntiltayOhio Longs visits asMrs anTI homolItrial 10 those wife Jtaubcn ofII Lost commencement Mondayrin week up A established Gauge T rant postmaitor r 11 postmaster Ned sick their stool grip shot sieg tonse highstate prove detrimental John lFOR PRICES 251 2 Jctts Creeks Misses Francis and Ellen Wisi visited Mrs J D Moore Sunday Mr and Mrs Elisha Johnsoi visited Mr and Mrs Lewis Wisi Sunday sJ II Johnson has bought James Johnson Sr his farm f 1000 and James Johnson Sr bought Sidney Jetts farm on Bry ants creek for 1800 Paul Derthick of Jackson organized Sunday school hero last Dcrtliicdk e u greatly needed A Sunday school will be organized at the Sakes churchnear the mouth of Jetts creeknext Sunday afternoon at 230 oclock Let every one at tend and get interested in Sunday school work and show the world that wo are an enlightened and Godfearing people shuiswo se our children our neighbors and tvrappedd pent 1 See weak mens lives sipped away after we have used allour power to prevent itl That serpent and great destroyer is liquor We have mid by our vote that wo did not WP1ti but for tho sake of a lttlo mbney paid into the U S the Gov- ernmentIallqrEt1ndJicense men to set male andsell deadly s ufllhat destroys soul J1 bodyaort JOSH OWSLEY CQUNT- YSOONEVILLE S1i Hogg is absent from town usua o ono knOws where TGCT lJeivis in Virginia look bmbISpring seems to haelopened at pas farmtlabor done f E E Hove is attending Hyden Circuit clients court in tho interests ofP a k t Charley reraolohas purchased p I I y fi JicL 1 to P1It = I 1- sa W tne arflages 1 ltf ANQ G1COA STS j t m U FOR I 7- t AND ijRUO STORE a lot on Main street and dill soon erect a nice cottngo on it More saw logs and raijoad tic were floated down tint river to market on this tide that on any tide this season Suslo McCollum whofc illness wo have heretofore m aliened died ami was buried last Sunday She was a daughter of ICamp bell of this place Spas leaves a husband and two small children to mourn her loss George Long is in deal earnest and wants itdlstinctly understood that ho Is now at the Gabbard Hotel where tho hungry craving both man and beast can bo ap and says he has no desire keep any pert of it a secret w The death of Walter Bowman on last Sunday a week ago at 1i Hose refercd tchy Y Uncle Josh ettoSco c o I j was purely loci teal A pistol fell from ix 1 ic ic 1wits dis ua rtU1T t ItTm l MI11 his body kn hint instantly t LEU UUITCIIES = S Com Sale- ii Morgan Circuit Court Carter Dry Goods Co fie Illr vs- Lindon fi4UIen Deft By virtue ofn and order of sale in tho nbove styl0 d cause rendered at its March term 1007 I will at the front door the Court House in tho town of Reoru May 27 1907 it being county court lay expose to public sale to the highest an best bidder on a credit of six months the undivided onethird interest of John Allen one of the defendants herein in and to a tract of land in Breathitt county 1 Kentucky on Quicksand creel bounded and described as follows towit Beginning on a beech tree stand jug on the north bank of said tree at the upper end of the W S Al len farm and is tho agreed lino 0 Wilson Lovely 8r thence jp the hill with the same line n 31 w 54 poles to the point of a yellow cliff of rocks on the end of a spur thence from the top of said rocks n 73 o 10 1 poles to two black hickories an chestnut on top of the high knob between Quicksand Preston Crafts thence down with the top of the ridge and with Preston Crafts tine n 24tw Hi poles to a locust n 7tw 25t poles to a chestnut oak n 7tHw 494 poles to a locust n 4G w 54 poles to a locust n 77 w 8 poles n 7 w 15 poles ton black oak n 51 w Hi poles n 20w 7 poles n K3i w 14 poles to thotop of it rocky w 18 iolcs to two spot s 83i w C 12 poles to a chestnut oak s 82 12 w 7 poles ton spotted oak thence down the hill s 14 w 28 12 poles to a birch on the knob of tho thence down the hill crossing main Quicksand s 36 12 w 29 poles to a stake and beech pointer on the south bank of Quicksand creek thence down said creek n 58 WJ4 poles n 511 12 w 8 to a stake double beech marked a line tree thence n 57 w83 poles a stake and smal black walnut and ush pointers on tho hill side 1 opposite the corner of Crafts fieldc up the hill s 45i w 17 poles to a chestnut oak spotted hkandII liickory on tho top of the Quicksand creek aodp reston Crafts thence up xrlf4oles1 V Jflfl t 1 r 1 I2ro aaco nzod I11I P r as rho sthat h 1 1lIJat rLa rlo rzIn0 1 atr J o afar rt A J WRITE CATALOGUE E Lu MARCHFURNITURE CARPETS MSXINGTONS GREATEST nto nlssioners judgment Monday cnobjmGG continuing World Jarccs wwYwrww w 10 poles to a Ilflourwoods29 a nw 22 poles to 170M poles to a 12s81Ipine s 23 w 23 poles s nw tnt poles to two dogwoods on tho ridge at tho head of Cockrills Fork of the Press Howard Fork of Quicksand 42 12 w 13 12 poles to two pines on a knobs 2 w 10 poles to a chestnut oak s 13 I w 32 poles s 11 w 22 poles to a a chestnut oak at tho top of tho hogskin s 47 e 21 poles to a pine s 83 o 5 12 poles n 47 o 28 c 29 poles n 80 12 o 9 polls to a pine n 43 c 21 12 poles to a white topIlopoles n 22 o 12 poles n 31 12 e JIG poles to a Vine n 70 o 1St poles to a chestnut oak s 89 0 14 poles s 20 12 0 + t0 poles to a spotted oak R 47J o 11 poles to a pine and chestnut ooh s 37 c 14 poles s 20j o 37 poles to a spotted oaks 47Ia 19 poles to a pine chestnut oak and hickory ut tho head of Winnie branch thence with the top of the ridge between Shacks branch and Winnie branch n11 naL uIrHnl1u1 V Yl 21Ison corner n 59 18 o If poles n 10 12 0 20 poles n 26 1 8 s 82 12 c 19 poles n 8Ciol012 poles n 7 12 o li poles n 78 12 c 13 poles n 57 1 c 12 poles n 80 12 0 13 poles tt the top of tho knob n 32 13 e 9 14 poles n 21 o 9 poles n 41 t 11 poles n 35 o 20 poles to a stake on tho end of a point thence down the point n 18 13 c 13 poles n lit c 22 12 poles n 32 12 o 8 poles ofn 37 e 8 poles n 20 0 8 poles n 2 IP 18 poles to Quicksand creek n T 34 w 7 34 poles n 08 w K1 I poles to the beginning excluding therefrom the two following tracts First tract beginning or a small chestnut on the opposite- d fromIlino between the said W S Allen and the Craft on the left ol straightlinothence crossing the creek andrun Wing with the old boundary lino to saidS Allens farm to John Allens pipe tiionoo with said line straightfthe cross fence to tho creek thence with the creek to the beginning SECOND TRACT Beginning NorthIIAllon now lives ut a gum thence n IT w 28 poles to a beech at Al lens housejhthenco R 67 w 200 poles a s 35 poles to a stake s 03 w 210 poles to a stale thence s 30 o to the beginning being ihVsamo land con ocd by G W Fleenor to John Allen Harrison Allen and David Lindon by fleed dated the 3d day of March 1903 and recorded in BteatliittCounty ticient amognt tt Ioreo oproduco the sum of 1083 a0 j herointhird interest therein convoyed to him bv one G 1r Mas tel Commissionertot tho circuit court in tho dato aforesaid alto purchaser will bo required to Hive bond withfcood and ap I onclrj to Interest at tho rate of six per per annum from date of sale paid nnd to hayo the force judgmentBidders to corn promptly with these terms JOHN S CARTER fIIO C I I 5 ii t w F- r1 n DAY BROS wrr OOMPANY Wholesale 2 and Retail have the most complete stock of h Ever of brought to jackson Consisting r 1 We have the finest line of shoes in rant j ern Kentucky Our 1 mens shoes are of 1I styleR 4ie For the Ladiesj we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy THE LATEST DESIGNS IN MILLINERYThis man agement of Miss Margaret Basket who can show you ihe latest Style jfraSj direct from New York City Also FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS In all FreshfromIf you need any louse Furnishings or FURNITURE We are the people you are looking for we have it by car loads to suit every body y Come and see us our I w L Ii If r DAY BROS Io COMPANY Jackson Kentucky all t T u t 0 IgI T1 I 1i Ik mJ rtlI Ph MI d 1 The Breathitt News rhtnypSI A YEAR ph it J WISE HAG IN8 EDITOR J it For Printing Phone 64 I rNW Miller of Nedwns n caller nt our ollico Friday7- Fo Stop with hart Uros at Heed i Hotel when in Lexington Jessie Nays and Klislin Sobns tutu of Canoe were hero Thursday White Clover Creamery flutter 15 teats n pound tit C Hoddens Miss Nettie Iladden of Mont gomery county is visiting Mr IIntL1enIt the t house recently built by A III Patton on the Heights A new time card for the O K railway including the Sunduy schedule appear in this issue Von SAIK Two good work horse and ono twohorse wagon Apply to JNq PvrnirK Bert Back and Wilgus Hack of Stevenson hare returned to Louisville to resume their studies in n medical college there t Hczcliinli Jennings and Miss Lone Carpenter both of Jackson were granted a murrinuo license during the past week The closing exorcises of the Lees Institute were carried out according tb1 the program as ad vertised and wore woll attended returnedrfrom Louisville where he had been attending n dental college and has resumed his position with the i Jnclcson Drug Co Mrs Dulcona Hurst loft Monday Iw to visit her sons Wrn and D H d t Hurst of Malaga She was 87 isij fshepleases j Max Isaacs has purchased the interest of W W Firestcin in the store of Fireatein Kustor and ithobusiness will hereafter be con ducted under the lirm name of Iustor JSllncs nllho same stand f lIurmongmbs lens lIur9ljod 851110 fc r peplnr onU fn t1r 1110 Ull ellhcready to cdntnict with anyrcspon w t siblo party to haul same out to r iloatiug water f James flack has ncccptcdn pobe sition as traveling salesman for U Armour Co for this territory t JrHack has had considerable of in the mercantile busi ness and we bespeak for him a yet successful career as a traveling salesman llydenka as a ers devil in the mechanical de of ouissedoubtinJto come forward and pinch him ton make suro2DThe dwelling house of Lee PlltNton on Wolfe creek near Quinn wad destroyed by lire last Friday night Loss about 1000 Supposed to bo the work of an incendiary but no clue has yet past been obtained sufficient to war n rant an arresting AllmCountyWolfe county graduated at theBr i Louisville Law School a short M time ago and have arrived homo and hung out their shinJrlesc The now steel bridge contracted Dr for sonic time ago is now being itsrday mouthnnd will bo completed in + t tnbout two weeks There are two other bridges needed in the county en r one at Canoe Fork and the other the at Lost Creek These bridges could have been built by tho former administration if they had known how and had kept the leaks stopped Dr J II Stamper died at histh last luesdI Prmorningillness of about three weeks o- e cc it pneumonia lIe was one of tit leading physicians of Wolfe be V of its bes thecitizensold Ills remains were buried by nr the Masons and Odd Follows Wed nesdny in tho family bur ground near his old homo j nStrawberriesk Tomatoes at C Haddcng Jfriday 1 hnd Saturday was IIyt- Yl r St31 aol rxrt 1 Tt17t v OOOOOOO- OI 4 t1 To the Citizens I t t f of L 91 ltrithitt C uty 1 FOR THE NEXiF TWO WEEwewill offer special vale s in Metes Young McnsandChildrtn sClo ing which will interes you ti t We are exchl ALFREDqBENJAMIN clo s 1or men 1 i Ii I rYOUR ii MONEYS WORTH OR I j II MONEYI uJ = s clothes and I Young cutsin 4Ii the popular and fabrics at f 15 00 I Our Boys and Department is replete with good things light gray overplaids Black Thibcts Blue Serges Fancy Hard Finished Worsted ages eight to sixteen years at 10 00 and as low as 4 2 00 i r I I 7Yff- I SUCCC3S1ORS TO I f Iii YI I 00 MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HOME WHEN IN THE CITY f It TftWm It Attention HousekeepersI Call at C Absorbent Jy which you sweep your carpets or lloors tlhout dust Prof Girton Resigns Prof M L Girton who has n principal of the Lees Insti for tho past four years tendered his resignation to the Hoard Trustees Tuesday which was accepted His successor has not I been selected Green Beans at Haddixs Saturday Steam Engine and Boiler For Sale 1 have n good 21 horse power gine anti boiler for sale Will same cheap Any one desir to buy can call at my stored examine and get prices M TrusteesIow Board of Dr IJII Hlanton and tho olherI trustees of the Lees signed their positions during tho session and on last Tuesday now Hoard of Trustees was consisting of tho follow President Dr A J A exander of Spring Station I President Dr Wm Cum ngs of Winchester Secretary Treasurer Hoy C II II anch of Lexington Prof J Davis of Lexington Dr E- 1L McCorklc of Nicholasville J M Day of Winchester and C H Dickson of Jackson Tho now board met hero Tues in its annual meeting and after tho election of officers and other routine business n confer ce with some of the citizens of town way held at which time future conduct of tho school was freely and thoroughly discussed which resulted in renewed interes- and closer relationship between board and the citizens In view of tho resignation o- of Girton having been a now principal and willeemployed very operatn of the surrounding counties in thren efforts to establish a school secon noneg Fresh Cakes and Candies at James C Roberts of Stevenson visiting friends hero last weekI r U r We have put on sale a Iine of these fcelebrated for Men rMen in single and double j breasted styles latest i4 all I shades Childrens in in Cassimeres A Call for Babies Where are they We see in Jackson tho prettiest babies in all Eastern Kentucky1Wcll admit ting that to be true why dont you bring them in and have some nice photos made The weather is nice and pretty now rind you are left without an excuse so bring them in S KVAUOHAN S S Convention The Hrcathitt county annual Sunday school convention will meet in Jackson Wednesday Juno 5 ProfW1atiglian of Lou lisa State field wormer will bo present and take part in tho convention Every Sunday school in the county is asked to send ono or more delegates KBV W W POWELL Pres IL II Ginsox Secretary What a Difference I The Treasurers settlement which has been running in our columns for several weeks is concluded with this issue It will be seen that n large portion of the claims paid were allowed before the present administration came in The merchandise account alone for 1905 was in tho neighborhood of 3000 while for 1006 it was less than 300 What a difference I And wo ImvQ money in tho treasury The leaks have been stopped 0 K Sunday Trains Beginning Sunday May 12 tho Ohio Kentucky Kailway Co will run a Sunday passenger train leaving Cannel City at 100 oclock p m connecting with LI E train No3 fornll L K points which cnablesjthrough pas congers to reach Cincinnati tho name oeninJrl1t Ileturning train will leayo Jackso jar 400 oclock attp m between all stations JlPncl City thisPcentshasccu nt of reduced rates passengers from ticket sta tions mustparclmse tickets other w chargedFrt ManagardRENT The Floyd Day house on Col lego avenue either entire or first ApI r tO a YOUR fltIWORTH OR MONEY i BACK J m = nuiivt During the next tiiirtyldays wo expcctrto sell ti1J of our stock f morel Am iso at our Jackson store whip consists of by big odds ofmc newest nicest and best Ihft of Men s Clothing in Eastcrnf Kentucky also a firstclass line of Shoes + Hats Caps and Furnishing Goods I This no doubt is an opportunity y that will not bo offered to you again in years to como After Jun 15th we do not expect to bo i business in Jackson Como early as nothing will be held in reserve No humbuggery nothing but 1msiI ness You are welcome to loot and wo arc glad to show you Yours truly NOBLE NOBLE = GO TO- p r F M MCCARTY FoltaSTONE and BRICKWORK Moving and raising houses a nil kinds of masonry workJ work guaranteed 25Gm fJacksonu A PLEASING INTERIOR 1 catches the artistic eyo of every visitor if tho effect is gained by I Handsome Furniture I properly arranged and carefully selected Our spring stock is now on display Well built on grace ful lines and withan eye to strength as well as pcauty We live with our furniture which is why care should bo selected in its buying Many choice single pieces at neartocost prices I Sec our lino of WALLPAPERa JONES FURNITURE STORE t Cor Court Street and College Avo JackSOPtKentu ky 1 MASTER COMMISSION- ERSL SALE li r Courtlnirhnnltstion Co Plaintiffs SalexVe Barnett L D Cle ions 4jtjand noso Ella Cleti ons Defy By virtue ofnn grdarMdf J i of the tf abovestyledalits slim of 900 00 with tritet ther JO from the i mi day ouunnunry cost2arnenlHichnrCamp in Breathitt tuckon UOUIltatn Friday May between the hours of J2 ftSf oclock m followingdescribed IreathittKyOne new 20 horse power boiler ono 1C horse power engine mounted on skids one new medium sized saw mill with 54 inchsolid tooth saw GO feet of ten inch four canvass stitched beltnnd all other fixtures to make a complete saw milloutfit Said property will be sold at bidder I requiredtomoney with approved security andhavingreplevin bond and a lien will be reserved in said bond on the properly solduntil all tho purchase Bidders promptly with these terms Amount of debt 900 00 interest S2I5S 50 cost of suit SOI 15 commissioners cost 15 00 ad CICommissioners Sale Courtf1nirbankstion Co vs Notice of Sale DefsBythe Breathitt Circuit Court made nboefcause term 1 UOGor the sum of 900 OU with interest thereon from tho 14th day of April 1902 until paid thereinexpendedI Bushs13l11nfound in Breathitt county Ken tucleon 07Ibetween the hours of 12 oclock m followingdescd 11 aforesaidOnoland 1C horse power engine mounted on skids one new mediunu sized toothnotherfixturesoutfit Said property will bo sold at uidL1er requiredtomoney with approved security hiinJr re levin bond and n lien will bo re served in said bond on the property until nil the purchase money mustbewith these terms intern r 7 50 cost of suit 22 25 adder 10 00 Total 1245 75 W Cutno ILL M C B C C FOR SALE p goodtimber d selljtimbcrur This Y1 navigableUtream ro ENGLEHtf h Ut MAGAZm 4 READER nfUNSET MAGAZINE beautifully illuduvdones ndarlic r abou ind- dl the Fu Welt MERACRAFT devotedeach month to tKear Itic reproduction of the bed kvoik of amateur and prona photograph ert 20colored California Oregon isoa ro0 fy- y tjJI HAD 07 A THOUSAND WONDERS I I H I book of 75 e contain lllt photographs of licturcique pop in d 075 Total 325 fora 150 Addreu all orders to UNSET MAGAZINE FIudduy Sail rrUlw I t 1 I J- oJHi APJ Wadding Cu SassI BOWLS PITGIIEl TUMBLERS lSIWINE GLASSES SYRUP STANDS VASES PLATES ICE TUBS ETC fUHICES FW5 eto5o H El NILevclelJ E MAIN STREET Oll TilE IllORNI- XLEXINGTON KY JASliver nt Moderate Prices = L WATHESrt 4 a 14350 5tir AND UPeIJ 1 4 r tt Silverware Silver Novelties 1 Cut Glass RingsA- ND N ALL KINDS OF First Class Jewelry SIJEWELERFLEENOR AND OPTICIAN JACKSON KENTUCKY R A CHILDERS WITH t Q REED DRY GOODS CO PORTSMOUTH 0 Solicits the trade of the mountain people lie will bo TJAClCSONEEltY30DAYSI postalSavewill save you money fob 1 ly J777 7 I u is t WMi9l w- i V PAINTS1 tl Just received a full line 111il WI which we guarantee I It j1 tI m fi g Jl n iiET k r 19l Will cover more space last longer and look better than i4l 11VN any other paint made Call it t 1 i H yf and see color cards an Href t W 4 y to f antes l A Ii f it11l l Jackson Drug Co I i i b 4y1 e C 4 JLV a All ThatsV 1 Q YouM d f Z THERE IS NO FAKERY iIseISp mOui returncf 7ia 4 We Believe in Square Treatmenti f Your moneys worth all the time Wo might ffuse up a page of talking about our goods ofthen you wouldnt good they are C F COME TO OUR STORErSo you can see for yourself thats the surest way Crawford cc Co i 4 II JACKSON KENTUCKY m 1 ilarFtlflsf iair tiri IFFFs I iI1i8 re ou Prom 9lissoun fll J Sometimes its hard to ecu vince some people If you are reasonable andapprecia the well be able to show yct the excellence of o- urMonuments Wed like to talk over the Mmonuneuttelling you how much it will cost and the cheapness l I R MSHELY ifMpNUM NTSaJACKSO Y- 7r WSJ a QlfOA I v- t flHfKj V ii f m 1EGREEN BUG RAVAGES t green bug n llttlo insect be t 1I longing to the nphld or plant louse Li + fnnily which has done the crops In Iv southern states considerable idamhR i In some years during the past twelve tis or fifteen Is this year proving n very ncrlouii menace to the wheat oat and other smnll grain crops In several o C I2 J of states especially Texas JOklnhomn Indian Territory and Kai 1 IratThe eggs of this Insect are laid f fall which hatch In n few day f- iasfcranles sonic winged and some t wingless They are viviparous or W produce their young alive which at f counts for their remarkable repro ductlve power and capacity for dc struetlvcnoss In ordinary seasons the pest Is held In check by Its natural 1 parasitic enemies but due to the tin seasonably cold weather which tins prevailed this spring the propagation of these parasites has been held in check with the result that the greet bug so called has multiplied without restraint In some grain growing sec lions of the south ns high as M pel cent damage has been reported In wheat and oat fields and even greater damage will result unless the porn sUes develop very soon The ngrlcul turnl department at Washington to which n great ninny Inquiries have been sent reports that practically othing can be done to hold the pest In check but that If fields of small 1 grain have been seriously damaged tho only thing to do Is to plow then up and plant corn potatoes or other later hold crops As the warm weather comes on the parasites referred to Will got busy and put the green bugs out of business J THE MISSION OF ARBOR DAY With the gradual consumption of the forests of the country In the innnufnc ture of lumber and paper products and ua ns fuel Increasing Interest may be looked for In tho matter of Arbor day observation and time Importance at Inching thereto While it seems to have Ijcen quite largely commercial greed that has been to blame for the ruthless and careless destruction ol the forest areas of the country It jtneems likely that pure patriotism and will have to be Invoked to right the wrong and bring about n change for the better It may be n charitable view to snj that It Is In t difference and n failure to realize the Importance of a perpetuation of our forest resources that are most largely responsible for the deplorable con 4dlllnnin which matters have been al lowed to get President Iloosevelt Is peaquestion of preserving our forest areas r and for the public sentiment which he 1 has been able to arouse on tho matter p e f This sentiment must IMJ kept alive and F deepened If possible In no way can this be done more effectively than byI + rinvesting Arbor tiny observances with Interest and meaning and theqscare friends of man and are not to bo valued merely from tho standpoint of their convertibility Into dollars and t d cents Time children of today will be confronted with the forestry problem a f tomorrow The teachings of Arbor fT ilay will help them to realize their re J A DAIRY SNAP- ss + y A render of these notes living i i as y southern Minnesota told us InI Yf none nets about his large dairy he certainly seems to be in clover IIe iiiillcH between twenty and thirty cows throughout the year and separates his cream and ships It by express dally to 33III I basis of a 20 per cent butter fat test- As n result of this large return for 111tI ream and the practice he bas made r tiC picking up the best dairy cows he could find he receives n gross return of close to 100 per head from his Another feature of his cystem j vrfilci many dairymen might not agree with is the practice ho makes of buy lag rather than raising his own cows lie rlms to select cows of large milk capacity and believes he can make more money by using a black polled nlrc and Eclllng all of his calves for veal than by working Into the strictly t dairy breeds In which the scrawny drawttnbout dairy farming and likes the fea 4 ture of It which enables him to secure I n tmbstnntlal income during every month In the year- ABOUT MANURE Instead of vlewlngthe production oi manure and the putting of It on the opertstricted to tho smallest possible scope a view held by many In days gone by produceas 01 would greatly facilitate this would seem to bo that of covering the barn T yard anti field lots with a fifteen to itwentyInch layer of the straw produc on the farm wheat oat or other Laud This would not only servo to 1 keep the ground from getting miry In wet limes but would tend to absorb liquidrquuui cleaned up with little trouble In the prins mind put upon the plow laud ivherv it would do some good The J IfUKCj ii this country annually through line Improper handling of manures Is 1esthaatllllt 700000000 a loss which suggested would do a good 3 iheni ti reduce Soli fertility is a good deal like tho milking capacity of a good dulry cow In that it is a good deal easier to main thin It than it Is to restore It after It If lost + We have known folks who seldom In Bulged their early rising Inclinations1 4t beyond tho point of setting the alarm at au early hour on tho evening be I fore t The pile of horse manure la the chief t j breeding place of the common house kAy Keeping the pile sprinkled with lime will tend to reduce tho fly pest a materially 1 It la the trop of weeds that grows rg and natures its teed utter the culti i rated crops art laid by that befouls the ground and snakes untold work for v- Y floU er season a i F r a rYN- K 7 yp r A WORD OF CAUTION When we note time very large itm tier of central western fanners In the northern states who are selling their holdings In sections which have not known a crop failure bemuse of drought In n generation and Investing their hard canied dollars In more dUll cheaper acres in central DJikotar Xe brnska Kansas and Texas thoro1tQmc1 the thought that In nil likelihood these same settlers will see tho time in the near future when they will losp prae tlcally everything as a result of drought conditions that nre likely to prevail I oth Secretary Wilson of the department of agriculture and Director Moore of the weather service agree In the opinion that there will In nil prob ability be n return to the dry cond tlons which prevailed several year ago when settlers In the districts ntena tinned seldom raked more than n lout crop once In three or four years Uw other seasons witnessing a burning up of practically all vegetation by the scorching southwest winds Meteorological obscrvatims covering n long period of ycarsjpohit to the fact that weather conditions seem to go In cycle and that where It has leen very dry once It Is likely to be Just as dry again We would advise any prospec tire home seeker to look up the tern peril t11IC rainfall and crop record of any locality In which ho is about to locate covering a period of thirty or forty years and this before bo invests In nay land If this record Is not entirely satisfactory not for three or four but n dozen or twenty years lu succession be would far better stay where he is and charge Ills traveling expenses under the head of Justifiable education Mrs S Joyce 180 Sullivan St Claremnnt N H writes About n year ago I bought two bottles of Fo tyg Kidney Cure It cured me of a severe case or Kidney trouble of sever al years standing It certainly ii II grand good medicine old I Imirtll recomined It JHck + on Drug Co ANIMAL KINDERGARTENS The heaver Kitten Training and the Young Otters Swim It will be noticed that all creatures which have large families whether beasts or birds have less trouble in rearing them than those which have only one or two young Little pigs are weeks ahead of calves in intelligence and the young partridge with its dozen brothers and sisters is far more teachable than the young eagle There seems no doubt that the latter is taught to fly by its parents A correspondent informs the writer that he has watched tho old birds so engaged and the young eagles reluctantly following them to a height Specialized education in animals begins late The beaver kittens training does not until tho autumn of the vcjnln which it was born The old Jt1erll which have J fi Lglttri utary streams Into the woods or roamed to the larger lakes during summer then return to inspect their dam and repair it for the winter They then cut down a few trees and dividing them into logs roll them or tow them to tho dam The kittens meantime arc put on to what in a workshop would be called a soft job Theycut nil the small branches and twigs into lengths find do their share of light transport service In the mud patting and re pairingof the Jam thebcavcr kit tens take their shore but there is little doubt that tIle do eo because their elders arc so engaged It is a kindergarten of tho best kind be cause mud patting and stick cutting arc a great joy and solace to old beavers ns well as young ones and so instruction pleasure and business arc all combined Young otters and probably also young water rats have to ho taught to go into tho water According to the observations of the head keeper at the zoo tho young otters born there do not enter the water for weeks and even then their mother has to mind them and fetch them out when she thinks they have had enough of it They swim naturally when once in the water and this seems true of all animals London Spectator Appendicitis Ie due lua Isrfje mrnsire to abuse pf the bowels by employing draKlo purgatives To bvoldull danger use ally Dr Kings New Life Pills time mfe gentle cleansers and invfgorutors Guaranteed to cure headache biliousness malaria end jaundice at Jackson Drug Co 25B If the spare hours during March were properly employed some of the furor vehicles nnd III were given A coat of pnint Itjiftmort otters tacit of paint than wear thnt causes the wood en portions of vehicles and machinery to BO to pieces In many localities In the north con tral states It Is entirely useless to try to get n stnrt In alfalfa unless chick ens or turkeys have the run of Urn farm old thus keep In check tIle grass hppper pest which relishes nothing more than the young alfalfa plant If care is taken to plant R row of sweet corn every teu days beginning with the earliest varieties and ending- with the evergreen corn n continuous supply of ono of the most relished garden vegetables may be secured All too often time sweet durattonfvpea- It but two or three weeks ought to cover six or elgbtyt Disturbed the Congregation The person who disturbed the con regntlon last Sunday by continually coughing Is requested to buy a bottle of Foleys Honey indTar Jackson rugCo r tr 4 t K f eIrNf Here1 to your health mind linjip ne8sDeVlus Little Early Riser fninoiia little pills Nutty sick hem ache may toms on sap time titular iF an Early Illscr Sold by Jacksv Drug Co 1 t RAILROAD TICS Jln view of the fact that time railroad Off the country nro cojiMimlng nboi t IIOOOOWX cross then every year til 0 arpstry jwlicyitliat inn been decidell ujfon bye tho Pennsylvania rallroa d I of more than ordinary In p lf This has taken definite shap t In tno appointment of H A Sterllni Cormerl tnt forester In the et- ellnrtmentroCngrllulture ns forester e f tho road inentlonejl who will tnka charge ot e forestry work which hn been Innugurafcd by the road with n Iew to funilshtug be cross tlos ncede for Its oYnlrropnlrt am constnictlo a Merk past five year trees have been planted on landfwSfnmUby the company while ulrlh next sprlug tSO acre of the companys land near Altoona Ta will be set opt to chestnut nn red oak seedlings Since this one rout 1 uses 5000000 C ties per year amid tho price Is now 70 Cnts inch the Impoi tance of thb work undertaken will b a seen at 1 glance A little Kodol taken occA lonall poppclally titter eating will rellev sour stomach belching amid hoarlbiiri J B Jones Newport Tenn writes I nm sure three one dollar bottles u your Kodul positively cured inn uf dyipeptjn mind I can recommend It II that was three years ago and I haven been bothered since wlih It Ked- is guaranteed to gtTO relief Sold b1 Jackson Drug Cn- Atmospheric Deflection of Sound One of Uncle Sams scientists at Washington gives nn Interesting ex plauation of the actlqu of tho wind In preventing tho spread of sound It Is ho claims tint tho wind as such that prevents sound from traveling ngalns It but illfferencea In the strength of the wind If for Instance the wind Is plTouger above than below or strange at eau sldo Us effect will be to tilt the sound waves tu ono direction or an other Differences of temperature In the air also cause deflection of the waves of sound Other atmospheric causes exist which deflect sound tram n straight course and prevent It from going as far In a certain direction as It may Joe been expected to go Some pf the sirens In this country says the scientists produce sounds which ought theoretically tQ be audible at n dlstancp Of 1500 adios but In fact to author + ties are entistlcd It they arp heard only two miles away The reason for tho discrepancy between calculation ami experiment was probably atmospheric deflection of the spuuij few York Tribute Notice to Our Customers We are pleased to announce that Foleja Honey and Tar for couulm colds and lung troubles Is trot afTecte I liy the National Iura hoodand Drug taw aa It contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and wo recommend its t a safe remedy for children and adults Jackunn Drug Co A MODEL DAIRY FARM Because of the fact that there an 1300000 dairy cows In tho state or Iowa that are hardly paying theIr board bills those In charge of the animal husbandry department at the state experiment station have decided 110 equip n rabid dairy farm and It- bo their purpose not PljF tQ make the farm a source of actual profit frqm time financial point of view but a source of help to the vast dairy Inter eats of the state Two hundred acres of laud lying near the college have been bought and are to be devoted to tho purpose inputjoned Careful tests will bo made Within n view to showing the dairy value of time Individual cow Six lending breeds will bo entered for record Each day during the period of the test the quantity and quality of the milk will be noted while nil feed will be weighed nnd the results care fully observed The results of the tests together with deductions there from will be put In pamphlet torn fend mailed to every farmer In the Hfnta wlQ wants such Information A Siguliloint Prnjrr May the Lord help you snake hick Ians Arnioa Salve known to nil writes J O Jenkins of Chapel Mill N C It quickly took the pain out ol a felon for me and cur 1 It In a won derfully short time Heft on earth forbore burns and wound 25o a Jackson Drug Co A system pf tiling properly laid not only tends to draw tile moisture from U piece ol landl III n wilt season but IIJ- II dry Himsoti lands to keep it frpnj baking by Insuring n good circulation of air through tho soil and n proper conservation of nil the moisture that Is available This Is the universal tes timony of thoso who have given such a system a fair trial When your back aches it Is alma invariably aniKjdleallon that some liming Is Irotjgfwlth your kidneys tteak c jeusedA lIultlt1streuflIt1y cause a nof tio entire system Ijyfifr Kidney and BJadder Pills afford p omnpt relict for weak kidneys backache Inflammation o he bladder iTct all urinary troubles Sold by Jnokfnn lug Co Under time operation of the lately enacted fedcraljpurojfpod law pure inaplej slrup mill no only a mighty scarce nttc utvwlll also fetch a fancy- op common folks will have tll I coracbteou tton vhlcb taste aI Oo ira that which we have oftej bought under a fancier name r f If Kidney complaint kills more pet pj tlmsn any other disease This ls dues tltu disease being so insidious that 1t- iIgets a good hold on tip system it t recognized FoJeji Kidney rrA trill provent the development of fal tithe Jac m- aDrng Cof i Iitjz tr1t M LAW OF NATURAL SELECTION Plro of bandy In sheep enlltlu not 1 lierses Is In quite clo o ctirrcsnondone to Ute rlclmessruf soil and abundanto of field In tliojillstrict or torrltorj I u which they ort railed Shetland pi ijies brought country from thec beak nnd 1gg1 house are said to li e growing gradually larger wlilln It h- It well known 1 act that largo breeel n of cattle or abedremoved to district whore th fi poor will materially decrease In site in Oi + course of n tow years Time snore un deriving ftijf namely deficient nntr tlolIl nlm rewouslble for fnliiiro of time pert of hij amateur poultryma to visa specJroons of titoroughbrc 1 poultry of us large size as the lulls vlduals In the pens of time tastier froi whom he pnrvliasett his eggs The in deriving principle Involved Is ono the every farmer w d stock ralsir a1 r il- i keep In nisi In hU feeding operations 1= r A 11nrdlsnc1Jt to ray aldII never of Weslflfld lUlu tir my rescue from dentil by Dr Kings Now Div covery Both Itititjs jvere su rerhiiml r nfTfCted that death seemed Imminent when I commenced taking New 11 hucklnycough quit before the lust bntil Ill usedend two morn bottles made II complete curt NoihitiB haw eve fqiuled New Discovery fur cousin colds nnd all thrust timid lung com plaint Ouarauteed by Jackson Dru ofC0 OOo and 100 Trill Ihiltle free The Lnnn Mower The lawn mower Is generally mach abused by the majority of those who use It Whcu nicely adjusted and In good corking order It may bo kept so Dy a hairs breadth turn of tho adjust lug screws or bolts and ns one should be alleiwttl to meddle with these parts unless ho fully understands them The blades of the lawn mower strike the cutting bar In such n manner as to be largely self sharpening and ho rut chine If well oiled and adjusted will need sharpening unless It I run lute stones or other hard suU tauces that may dull or bend the knives The ordinary machine oil used upon larger machines that the lawn mower on wagons etc Is too heavy for the lawn mower except In very hot weather and should tin thinned with an equal amount of kerosene No machine will keep In perfect working ordor for a great length of time without cleaning and the lawn mower which Is run througii BO much dust and dirt should bo taken apart puce or twice every sea son each part carefully cleaned and wiped and then freshly oiled Time ma chines with largo whcKl sad ball bear logs n easily than many of the older patterns but tho latter If kept In perfect order will nn with compara lire ease Saul wIll do good service for many j cars Suburban Ute For a cuI l rfcollllh aka Kennedy s Laxative lo1llJ Her It is BETTIil t than nny ntlieooiibli remedy becau + KB laxative pncij eatsuro4 it healthy a0tMtt i adxttht inane tfmtr A iieals lMilatlun of thr throat s remihons he bronchia tulles and inflammation of tin mucous niejnbjane Contains llonej rand Tar n t to take Ulllldret like It Confurm to the National Furr Food land Drug Law Sjld by Jacksor Drug Co t 4prpyjddd lpo l conditions r1 at mill favorable there Is no tool on the farm that Is ns good as the harrow for tho killing of weeds in time corn lean or fiotato Held In the few days linniedt ally otter the seed Is sown A lapse of three or four days will allow tho weed seed to pet plcely germinated pnd It the harrow is then put on purl Kept going until tmp for tho seed to como through tho ground an amount of weed killing will have lx en dorm that It would take weeks tIJ do with tho shovel cultivator More JJPWN from time New Eng lund StatesI If any OUR has mummy doubt an to the tlrUltor Foley Kidney Cure limes 10 refer to Mr Alvin n Siiinfson of Wjlliinniitic Conn who aftpi alniott Inring hope ul recover nn i canon iif live tailors of no man J rem ti ler finnlljr uitd Folejn Kidnev Cur which lie says V IcJust the Iii for him BH four bolt es cured lilmcompletply JIo Is nuI entirely Futferingttin dent to acute kidney Ts kson Drig Co t here area good many swltuiles that cdi be wprIHf considerable pre til it and tho victims be upua time wiser I t when OHO elefraids the Ml liy v onst systeum o tUliigo putt fobs It o Us fertilizing elements the theft Is II1I1t1Ctlny and tannot Covered up Crop returns are nu- wrrlng detective of this kind of a 1When your boa hoe not been prop diKeitedthe entire fy tem Is Im emlln tle puinp proportion Your Lfomach need Imp p Kodol for Indl esTlon pad Dyspjpala not onlY digests Ahnt you eat ft tones the stoniaph nnd hodyfconIrlrmsDrug Law Hold by Jnoksnti Drug Co I There are two classes of charity warders which should not be tolerated rye hulk of a boy that Is lazy and wont do a lick of work If Jio can help mt and thug dairy cmv that does not give milk enough V piy for tho food she I fliisumcs ThOjfrmcr should TJO put Oil a diet of antI water until be reforms tho luttc should bo Sold to the butcher of Orino LmaUve Fruit Syrup Istbei t Jar women and children Its mild and ileatant taste makes It preferable to talent purgatives such nrpills a1t rtBeto Get the booklet and a sample pl oil o it Jacksons Drug Co fi2 + t ttwr A lie Iongllt Gettysburg ivl Ttil Parker of KmtUM N y tsJr lou a tint tit Gettysburg mites filed 10 Hlttors have done me mar good Inn any inodiuIiiH Iseer tool 11I1I1tllnlllltronbtmciliclhr t little purpose until 1 b gun taking Kfcctrlo ISItters I tuul- t p out take IOOr hIlteg ltnvo d ti for tie firand ibn iIr the uttnfur fimnln wenku tsi+ front ate tllve amid bully bulldttr xurt curt Cui lump beak antiFuararItflI by Jackson IJruJrCo to4 4 MADE WASTE PLACES PAl How a Farm Girl l lillcd trcglecte otOroundiOtter SlnlfIJ IIS Iot tin polls time appennfrm ti4 tllt InT he- 11OJlllltlCl1 nt siTid1I e ease mid gust + made to y old iiKP 1 l In otue here ji how ItorUlnghnin coun- ttt JOnnlotor1ffO wiisto jihico i ny says lIlerlllll nirlculturlstIIn IiX3 I Jny imionts icnntsslon to utlllie the ncslectid strips of grout around the garden fcnco to use milt ns 1 chose tho proceeds to Iw my very own A wholi bractsBn jyero of attention ninny years and the reclamation of nn old nUmdoncd ear nor equally neglected were the firs t results obtnlniHl Of course this iv cpilrcil n lot of hard work and n goodly share of pluck to put III shave I have no cornet nccount of who I realized tho lint season but In the spring of 1001 I again took cmrgi I iidlu8 the soil moderately deep work lug barnyard inanuro well Into tau soil and smoothing down tho surfiuo nicely I planted early vegetables each ns nidishos peas and lettuce rain these little bottler strips one half the distance arouud the kitchen gnu lien fence the other halt boliiR sot t Terries and Bruiwvlucs amid from ttm old abandoned corner I furnished n lotI nf vegetables for the homo table and fpM over 10 worth besides I wish I mild give the combined returns from the start The great satisfaction to myself lies not only In having realized so much but In having produced so pleasing an effect with HO small tin amount of effort I shall continue my work this yea- r1et1itte Uirbullzed Witch lime Salvo dues not merely heal on the cur race It penelmte the yucca mid tirniiiptly relieves puin cased by lull burts scalds cuts amid skin dls AH It iii epnlallj gold for piles lpvnr ul iiiiltmtloin SId by Jnci 4111 Drug Co PURE BRED GOLDEN BRONZE Turkeys SJOO PER PAIR SINGLE COMB BROWN LEGHO- RNCHICKENS From Prize Winning stock Fresh eggs for hatching in season Prices right M1 1 MHAGINS JACKSON KY for a clear complexion ta- keDRIND Laxative F ruiI Syrup Pleasant to tako Orino cleanses the sys tern and makes sallow blotched complexions smooth and clear Cures chronic constipation by gently stimulating the stomachliver and bowels Refuse substitutes Prloo Coo JAC3USON DRUG GO W H Henderson Ayres Street Opp Poit Ou lee LEXINGTON KY QEALER IN Grain Seeds Feedf Wheat Rye Baflejy Oats and Corn Clover Millet Kentucky Blue Graaa Orchard Grag Huncsrian Hay Straw Mill Feed i KILtrift COUGH AND CURET UNGSS WITHD Ingsl OicoveryII i AND ALL THROAT AND GTROUBlESIGUARANTEED SA on MONjrjr L rT rTHE NEW IDEA NEDYS iI rl T f J r V RAILROAD TIME TABLES F LSEI RAILWAY VIXTKR TIMI2 TA1JM2- j KFFKCTIVJC NOV 18 1000 aifKx Stun A M rn- I Jackson G 10 2 20 jvO K Junction G IB 2 IiKllctiUiwn 0 20 2 JO AtltolI C 10 1m Tallcsni Ii JO I 00 St lichens 0 SO- Hcjittyvillo 8 11 Junct 7 07 l 20 Torrent 7 H- OCampion 8 41 Junct 7 48 l li7 Dundee 7 52 d U8 Filson S OU l 11 Stanton 815 I 26 Clay Cit 8 OK 4 85- L Fl Jilmt n 00 fi OJ 20IVO 2 t14 EAST BOUND Uuily15x IM A M Lv Lexington 2 25 7 flfi Winchester 110 818- L E Junct It 2fi 8 20 Clay City 4 00 n 02 10tDundee 1 17 I 81 Ciimpton Junotf1 40 9 18I Torrent 4 fiT tl Beattille Junot f 18 10 17 251lnlllJ1lAtliol r 4r 10 WI Klkntnwii G 00 11 10 11eG 15 11 20 C08NEC1roNSI L eC E JUNCTIONTrainsNos 1 and 3 will undo connections with CO Ky for Ml Slorlinjr- CAMirCOX UNCTION All trains connect with Mountain Ccn tral Kaihviiy for Pine Ridge null CampionI1EATTYVJLLE 1 UNCTION Trains Nos 2 null 4 connect with L A Hy for jjnsscnjrors to HIK from HcattyviUo O UNCTIONTrains No 3 and 4 with the Ohio Kentucky for local stations on O K HICIIAS SC01T G P A rO K RAILWAY t 14 KlFECTI VI3 N01191UOOf WEST BOUND Daily Ex Sun l8T OLAxK dim OIAm1- I A M r M- Lv Jaokson 11 05 a 00 0 d 1C Junction 11 15 8 10 Frozen 11n1 aa- Vanolovo 1188 J 42- Wilhurst 1144 8 52fHaiuptoii 11 51 4 5 Hello Fork x 12 05 4 aO Lao City 12 la 4 45 Helcchawa 12 10 4 55 Ar Cnnnel City 12 a5 5 20 EAST HOUND Daily Ex Sun 2n 1loAIf tsr CLAfa- A ll t u Lv OQlluleuhmtaLeo City 7 45 1 28sJ lose Fork S 00 I H2 Hampton 8 21 1 41 Wilhurst 81i 1 51 Vanolovo S 47 1 57 Froxon 8 50 2 01 O t 1C Junction n 25 2 25 Ar Jackson 0 10 2 aO Sunday passenger train leaves t returningleavers M L CONLEV Gen Mr CentralIDepart Arrive A 45 H ni Campion 11 aO a in 116 p in Cnmpton G 00 p in Arrive Depart titIMake connection with aU L E passenger trains TRADC MARC IIS aaHw4 M PATCHTTH I 4 Dr oI1It I rnee ITJW I ce t rrr prink auPAS INO RcrcncNcca r rrmikMII PFraktrntt- oerO35O5 Snwnnth StrootWASHINGTON D C f C Want a Farmr r OR A TOWN LOT ILtt IIIp r c I 110If Our list of farm lands and town lots in 114e Ifeludes the best in Brcathittr county andNJackson Y r It doesnt cost you anything to get I what you want haventbgot what you want we got i- tHAGINSBLANTON REAL ESTATE JACKSON KY f 1 r ie te 1 r Here AVe Are f The Celebrated HANAN SHOE 4 The Best on Earth 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