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Y IIN I T TT I IIJ WISE IlAoiNfl Editor and Publisher A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO + fIE INTEKESTS ov EST I N KKNTUOKV ONK DOLLAK PEn YEAR IN r 1 I r Volume VI Jackson Ken tuckY J Friday ny31 1907 Number 31 r r a r v r 8oreiI p tHas just received a new of 01 iorand pretty line o- fMillinery fr l lo w- m For ladies and misses and a at offer you the opportunityWiw of choice in many styles of j bonnets of the Gifirst quality at low pricessI iF I New Line of Rugs i Carpets and mattings just it received in the last few days Theyre beauties at z ft bargain P 1iCCSri a Oh yes wo have just opened a nice nssortment ofelAtHes Skirts Silk Shirt Wnists 1IncIi i Purses Combs t 0and an extra good line of Ladies and Childrens Shoos and + Slippers J 0 Wo can satisfy the wants of any Man or Boy whoa in in need of Clothing Shoes Hats and Furnishings yrW EUSTER ISAACS ia I G O GmOQGo oom o GQOOOOu LOW RATES TO SOUTH AND SOUTH- WESTOUTHERN1 RY From LEXINGTON To ONr WAY ROUND TRIP First and Third Tuesday Each 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LIBERAL TEMSs Within the limits of legitimate business r = == NI COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY 1J- v SUiS2Sa5 sBasHaBSBaHEBBra il f BREATHITT OUNTY NEWS1 ITHE HARGIS VERDICT i M r Has Not Changed the Opinion of The Herald The Lexington Herald of last Friday has the following to say of tho acquittal of Jim Hargis James Ilargis has been acquitted in the Fayetto Circuit Court of tho charge of being involved in the conspiracy to assassinate James Cockrill It was a Scott county jury which acquitted him eleven of tho members being from that county only ono from Fayatte a special veniro having been sum moved from Scott county to try this case It wag tried before a Judge who is entitled to allrespect as an upright honest judge and who has onr full confidence as an able lawyer tho prosecution was led by tho Commonwealths At tornoy who is without a superior if ho has ah equalas a prose cuting attorney in Kentucky The jury which was sworn to render u verdict in accordance with tho law and facts after hearing the testimony and listening to the arguments rendered verdict ofacquit tal Before tho verdict wo believed Hargis guilty of conspiring to have James Cockrill assassinated That verdict has not our personal opinion We however ac cept tho verdict that the jury from Scott county rendered in tho Fay ctto Circuit Court us conclusive as to public utterance as every citizen who has tbntidcnce in the courts and believes in trill by jury must also accept Tho Court of Appeals has ren dered a decision in tlio appeal taken by the Commonwealth from the order of Judge Carnes transfer m tho cases against those charged with the murder of Dr Cox to Elliott county We regret that decision it is unfortunate that the Court of Appeals finds it is its duty to sustain Judge Carnes J A BREATHITT CONVICT Slashed by a Fellow In mate in the Pen In a desperate hand to hand en counter between two convicts in the shoe factory in the Frankfort penitentiary last Friday afternoon John Hcnsloy convicted in the Brcathkt circuit court for murder was cut to ribbons by D W rock miller a onearmed bank robber from Mercer county Hcnsley hit Lockrailler over the headwith a broom handle following a quar ref Lockmillcr immediately got busy with a knife used in trimming leather and when he had finished trimming on Hcnsley the prison physician had to take seventy stitches to close up his wounds Hcnsoley has five cuts on the head and body Ono cut narrowly missed tho jugular vein Go to Work Young man go to work there is no time to idle now You must carvo out your own way if it is over successfully carved You must seek your fortune through industry perseverance und plunk Labor is honorable and tho ig I noble are those who will network Get you a homo FoiTbo a Held and plow it and plant it and gather around you the comfort of a home And when you have trade a char acter for industry and thrift ask some girl to share your home with you Wo would say to every young lady mark these men who are lounging around attempting to live by their wits or on the inter cst of their debts and when they ask you to share the lot of an aim less lifo pass them on for you canna afford to marry a man without prosperity or business habits unless you wish to sell yourself for n mess of pottage Again we would reiterate young man go to work while ten men watch for chances one man makes a chance while ton men wait for something to turn up one turns something up while ten men fail j I ono succeeds and is called man of luck the favorite of fortune Luck and fortune are the result of hone est endeavor work and toiland if you would win go to work l THUGS AINP BRIBERY In Elections Receive a HaVd Jolt The decision in the Louisville contested elation cases handed down last vveSk mention of which was male inllio News is just and- righteoliswTile use of thugs and briberyinel lions in Kentucky has reached a imit impossible to be borne Not only does the decision alfegtttho Louisville and Jefferson county ofliccholders but it extends toj every village and hamlet wkhinjho confines of the Commonwealth and reaches to the most obscure nook in the State where elections are held In brief it means that the highest court of the State has planted itself as a bulwark between the corruptionist and henceforth the ballot it1f shall bo fair that the votes shurTbo counted as cast and that there shall intimidation or force at the polls Wo take the following fromthe Lexington Leader The de isiontot tho Court of Appeals in the Louisville election contest cases completely wiping out the present city and county administrations reversing the recent decision tf the Jefferson county circuit court and declaring null and void the malodorous county and city election of 1105 is an omen of better days for tim supporters of law andjorder in Kentucky Heretofore owed by the apparent impregnability of the plundering mll 1c the lawabid lug citizens of IJetrerson ns of every other county in the State have refrained T in making legal complaintagaitheunutterable ravishment oftaar rights by the political thiIn1F ilJ ers 51Willpolies o thev rdi any tirtI4nThe opi W iridfkcuwn by Chancellor + Ier and Kirby while admiLiiT as into the evi dence prc3entcfUy the Fusionists that ballot boiCs were stuffed that election bolllis were illegally moved to poin I where voters thouI that Democrat election officers prevented any ection in thirteen precincts that the beneficiaries of tho election were guilty of fraud andcorruption admitting all this tho worthy Chancellor denied the petition upon the ground that the proof did not show that the Fusion ticket would have been elected if there hind been no fraud in tho election opinionAppeals which court is comprised of six Democats and one Repub lican In this decree there is not only a triumph of justice that bids us hope for if not tho political mph lennium at least a suppression of open and flagrant violation of the ballot in future elections in this State Our highest court has shown that it can rise above politics and this knowledge will jjivo the friends of honest elections incalcu table encouragement That this decision will have a furreaching cilect upon tho elec tion thief throughout the Common wealth there can be no doubt Heretofore secure in his belief that the honest voter has no ap peal the ballotbox stuffer the briber and the fenfro for purchased registration certificates will hesi tate long ere ho spends his money and put his fiber y in jeopardy for an ollice which the courts may deny him Mrs C P Win1 Lexington Kv Says I gave my fowls Bour bon Poultry Cure hen they were sick and it certain workedwon ders Sold and gun anteed by Day Bros Co Mrs Wm Mel nley wife of the late President died Sunday at her home in Can an Ohio Goy Beckham In t Saturday ap pointed Finloy Eogg of West Liberty as PCon Commissioner to succeed tAA Green re signed BILL BRITTON Taken to Sandy Hook for Trial Wm Jenkins of the Lexington Police Department left Lexington for Sandy Hook Elliott county last Saturday having in charge Bill Britton Britton recently exe cuted bond in the Fayctto circuit court for the murder of James Cockrill and will execute Lond for 10000 in Elliott county for the murder of Dr Cox He was I accompanied to Sandy Hook by his wife who has spent much of her time in Lexington since the arrest of her husband The Brit ton party were met at Alorehead by Jim Hargis and others from Brcathitt county and the trip to Sandy look was made by wagon Sunday Britton was delivered to the hailer of Elliott county Monday morning and immediately executed bond with Alex Hargis and G W Scwcll as sureties That Latest Verdict Rush does the Lexington Gazette to the whitewash bucket to administer a thick coating of the albescent liquid to Jim Hargis The Gazette lays down this propo sition There is no Judge in Kentucky who is abler or more honest than Judge Parker On this point we refer the Gazette to the Winchester SunSontinel an equally good authority on the lIon Watts Parker The Sun Sentinel by way of preface re marksWe knew Watts Parker of the Fuyetto circuit court when he was a young man Wo were pleased to see him rise to the re sponsible position of circuit judge Itis a sad thing to lose faith in those in whom you have confidence JudgeParker ThaiudiciatattitudqorJudgaPtirkcr Hargis and his gang but otherwise is set forth by the Winchester editor in these paragraphs In the former trial of Jim ITargis tho evidence appeared to be conclusive that he was guilty but under the instructions of the court he would have been cleared but for the fact that two men on the jury refused to follow the instructions In the Britton case the instructions were practically the same except that there were live men that stood out for con viction Last week Judge Parker dis missed indictments against two men guilty of violations of the election laws It was on a technical f point The indictment did not recite that the election hud been rcgularJcnllcd If the same instructions had been given in the trial of Caleb Powers that were given in the trial of Hargis there could have been no conviction It may be all right to hang a Republican on less evidence than that on which a Democrat is cleared but somehow or other we cannot reconcile our selves to the justice of it The Lexington Gazette having stated that the defense was able that the leading lawyers at tho Lexington bar were in the ser vice of the that the jury was composed of eleven Scott and one Fuyetto county man that its verdict on tho first ballot was for the acquittal of Hargis ventures to ask After such a trial and such a verdict shall even the most partisan newspaper or indi vidual dare to charge that time yer diet was rendered on account of the party affiliations of the de fendant 1 We meet the challenge fearlessly Wo state most emphatically that in the trial referred to the Commonwealth did not get jus tice Too much respect have we for the Democratic party 03 a whole to say that Ilargis has onco more escaped justice because of his party affiliations We do say however that Ilargis got his transparent coating of whitewash on account of the strength of his faction in Democratic party coun cils Louisville Herald a 1 rr- I I The Largest CirculationIOF ANY PAPER aaww1 ADVANCE l t J ru charged defendant SEN BENJ SEWELL LightofCAMITOV ICY May 2907 EDITOR NEWS L T Hovermale the political pot pie hunter of tho Camnton Courier staff last week let n blow off from the region where his brains ought to be in an endeavor partyisJobnnyat the Spot on the ques tion of local option and that all the laws now on the subject have been passed solely by the Democratic party He had reference to the County Unit Bill in particular that was passed at the last session of the General Assembly of Kentucky As I happened to be on the ground as a member of the Senate when the aforesaid localoption bill was introduced and being fought for enactment into law I know something about how the Democratic party played to the four winds of all the peo pie saloonists and antisaloonists in its handling qf the bill before it became a law in any shape form or fashion The record of the Democratic members is not so rosy on the local option question if the way of their voting on the question is any proof of the pud dingThe real sincere friends of local option know that the original County Unit Billns introduced by Senator Cammack is time one that meant local option for a certainty is the one they sought to have enacted into law They know that it got into the hands of the committee Democratic where it seemed to be sleeping the sweet sleep of death for weeks and weeks before the friends of local option could get it to make n re port on the bill and givfl the mem Gcrsn c7mncToVoTe on ieFinal- ly when Senator Jack Chinn worked a hocuspocus game on the committee and deceived it the saidcommittee was prevailed upon to give a report and the nature of the report was silent as to whether the bill should pass orI not pass A wonderful set oCI greedy anxious eager Democrats to pass a local option lawnowI wasnt it Lonny The power behind the throne tho Beckham boomers that had the committee appointed knew full well that this committee was composed of enemies to local option measures Its chairman was a Beckham Dem ocrat When the County Unit Bill WIlSI voted on in the Senate every gle solitary Republican member voted for it the vote of the Demo cratic members was about equally divided Now is this not a tine record of Democratic unamity on the local option question Lonny 1 In the Lower House as I now re member but one lone Republican voted against this bill and he did that reluctantly Yes the County Unit Dillns originally introduced was the real thing the anti saloonists want ed and tho Republicans of both houses almost to a nun were for it as introduced and would have voted for it with a whoop but for the persistent relentless formidable Democratic opposition that re suited in the bill being white washed honeycombed and smoothed up with amendments by Dem ocrats to suit ATX of tho great common people If the Salma gundi slang slinger or any one doubts this I respectfully refer him to Rev M B Adams of Frankfort President of the Anti Saloon Leauge who knows that the Republicans were in line virtually unanimously for local op tioqThere is too much bluster and not enough sincerity being now played by unscrupulous partisans in regard to the temperance ques tion The Democratic party through its henchmen and penny liners is trying to claim all tho I credit for tho praise duo for tho t oPtbonthat it will get that it has already I got but when it undertakes to claim all credit and pose as tho whole hog of tho blessings re ceived and to be received it only shows itself to be a windy warb ling wobbling Ananias of the rot tenest kind The Campion Courier Salma gundi slouchslingcr of slander and slime tries to dump the dia dem of local option of glory on the pumpkin head of bulky brain less bombastic Beckham as tho pushhole and pump of the whole business Well I hardly know what part he is entitled toto all that part that is bummy brandily beerly boozy and una dulterated and unrectified the straight and strong stuff in and out of the bottledinbond partisan putrified pollutcness in the wire pulling of Vish washy waddies to his wishvI wonder if the people remember the priest and preacher Sun day saloon closing crusade put on foot and fudged up to Beckham last summer and fall for solution and how he played peaweeand now isyell in regard to the mat ter Yes oh yes all remember how he stuck his saddle gearted ears to the ground to hear the sound of the greatest number of the great common people on the question of saloon on Sunday wide open or hard closedand after hearing the voice of linger and his nominated hellbent hounds for office finally decided by silence and inaction that the gloriest and goodest thing to do for the dear people the Democratic party was to bo as still as a mouse and manless as a monkey in tho mutter In this good day of dainty Democracy the saloons on tho Lords day are dishing out over the counters their vilest doses of drinks and dopes of Bourbon rum and ruffianism while the dirty devil is playing high carnival in the desecration and destruction of morality and manhood The ought ltobedutydetermined Democracy hiss been turned into a demoraliz ing dovilism happy homes arc be ing turned into heartless hells while Beckham and his bellyblis tered blue coats sit on the throne of power as mute and motionless the dead carcass of Caesarism With me I do not regard silence n virtue in anything Boiled down to tho rockbottom truth both time Democratic and Republican parties have not tho manly courage to take the right standon the question of local option The dirtiest blackest course that stains the excutchcon of our civilization and threatens the overthrow of the palladium of our liberties H th o hideous hellish demon of alcoholism and so fur as I am individully concerned whenever I11I1e a chance to strickn the monster a blow by vote or voice I will gladly and fearlessly do so regardless of the prattle of party BENJAMIN SEWELL J A Scott Avon Ky Says Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy cured some hogs for mo that I did not think could possibly bo saved These hogs were so nick with cholera I had said I would not give fif teen cents for them Sold and guaranteed by Day Bros Co Reduced Rates VI- AQUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE ON THE 1ST AND 3RD TUESDAYS OF EAGH ONTH- TQ MANY POINTS SOUTH 0 Winter Tourist Tickets Now en sale good returning till May 31st 1S07 For prrticulars write H C KING C P T Ar Lexington Ky t Ii r f I Irk l 1tJr I I J v r The Breathitt News 1 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE EDITORr i1 i A H PATTON ATTORNEY AT LANE I F OFFICE IX CRAWFOHI IlLIX 9JACKSON KY t S 52552S252Cl ill DR 0 H SWANQO 4rnl1MuI S25C5252S25S For Printing Phone 64I FRIDAY MAY 31 The Court of Appeals in an opinion sustaining Hill Curnci rulings in the change of venue of the lIar is cases to Elliott counts Said that the Commonwealths At torricy should have introduce proof of the unfitness of EHioi county fdr thp trials We would like to know how tug Commonwealths Attorney could hnvo in troduced proof when he was not allowed to even state his objei tions to Elliott county before Din Carnes and his soldiers o A new paper has been started at Georgetown called the Scott County Herald supporting the Bcckhaniitc ticket We under stand they are sending about 100 papers to this county complimentary Tho more papers of that kind sent to this county tho biggc the majority will be against Beck ham If thero was such a papo as tho Herald published in over county in the State we believe tin State would go 200000 Kcpubli cnn this full Send on more of GainesPWe are and have always been 1 loyal Democrat and will ulwnvs support the ticket but wo have no hesitancy in saying we are heartily in favor of tho acquittal of Caleb Powers It is a travesty on jnstici to keep him cooped up guilty or innocent when he is accused of complicity exactly tho same crime for which Hargis goes free when he is just as innocent as Hargis Richmond Register As Seen in Maryland The Baltimore World sees ni notable triumph for justice in the recent verdict of that jury at Lex ingtop composed so marvelously of eleven Scott and one Fayetli I county man The acquittal of Judge James llagis at Lexington Ky of tho charge of conspiracy to murder Jim Cockrill Town Marshal of Jackson goes to show according to the evidence brought out in the case that shotgun rule still prevails in the dark and bloody ground Not Fooling All People These llargis acquittals are not fooling all the people of Kentucky They are not fooling a majority of Kentuckians They are not we venture to say fooling oven a majority of Democrats Tho press of the State is not fooled at all There are wo know machine organs which profess belief in tho innocence of Hargis but such professions are as cheerful as the silver mounting of a coffin These journalistic comedians and bead tumblers deceive no one The press which voices the heartfelt opinions of the people is outspok en in reprobation of tho methods used to keep llargis from the tree Louisville Herald I have bought a nice clean upto date line of shoes which Iwill sell cheap JONES STORE This is the year of the expected Visitation of the Thirteenyear Locust and the Southern and Western States are likely to be accordingto Olio Robinson the six earold son of D G Robinson got badly burned in the face by the explo sion of a shotgun catrldgc last Saturday Ho found the catridgo arid dibit in two with ft hoe and put a it with the above roo uhIT 1y r Crockettsville Berry Turner is attending court at Jackson Hence Fox and wife returned last week from Ohio Aso Thompson made a business trip to Bowling town Saturday Wilson Callahan attended Junior lodge at Elkhorn Saturday night John Cornett and Berry Riley left Tuesday for Hamilton Ohio Mrs Lizzie Cornett who has been sick so long is slowly im provingMisses Jane Haddix and Lillie B Deaton attended church in Perry county Sunday Misses Eliza and Dora Bowling visited their sister Mrs Sarah Aiktnan nt Woburn Sunday Mrs Robert Denton and son Luther visited her daughter Mrs Jerry Reynolds at Canoe Sunday Woburm Floyd Duff of Chavies was hero Sunday Mrs Jocie Davidson visited the family of little Joe Stidham Sun It PETERS SHOES you call for to get style and wear at from most over that feetNOTE HADE FOR U- 5Peters Shoe C0Shouts to Ladies very thing for wear to All these from per more per S dug Mrs Matt Stidham day with her sister Mrs ti1esle- Morris Lee Guy Gays Creek vis ited the family of Wesley Morri SundayMisses Dora and Laura Dull Chavies visited their uncle John White Sunday Miss Mary spent Saturday night tho beautiful home of Mr and Mrs Josh Aikman Eliza and Dora Bowling of were here Sun MrstSarah Aikman We hope these ladies will come ainILuther Little went Jackson business Monday Born Anco McIntosh and May 23 line boy W Terry who has been sick for the past week is out again Misses Ruth and Cappio Terry attended church Herald Sunday Mrs Minerva Jett Athol has been visiting her sister Mrs B Little Mrs Luther Little rela tives and friends Heralds creek Sunday Mrs B Little found patch of ginseng recently that contained C2 bunches and among them was one with four ounces Who beat Rev Preston The Hyannis Nob Tribune has tho following Rev E Preston who formerly hind of church church business meeting was held the on Monday evening An was whereby Rev Preston receive salary of 700 for his services hero this year Ho is well with the outlook here and with the cordial and kindly manner which he and Mrs Preston haro been received jy our people Col Allen in Hargis Case Reference lots been made in this department the miscarriage justice the recent trial of Jnme llargis for conspiracy murder James Cockrill in which tho attaches of tho court and others in official life were criticised for their conduct in permitting personal sympathy with Jim llargis to crop out plain sight of tho world No reference whatever has been made or intended any act which would reflect upon tho Court or the Commonwealths Indeed the Commonwcalhs Attorney was first show his dis approval of the partisanship dis played by the attaches of the court this and in former trial of Breathitt feudist Col Allen the Prosecuting the trial of James Hargis one year ago publicly advised tho Court that certain court oflicials attached to tho Sheriffs oflice interferedwith the duo process the law by their active and open with the accused which impropriety rebuked by the Court In the more recent trial Col Allen in his address tho jury de nounced in scathing terms the 1IC1 ARE THE S FOR YOU t1 S Theyre the Shoes should if you p want comfort a I reasonable price Theyre built in specialty q factories the carefully selected materials lasts conform properly with the lines of the I h spent o a a a prongs a made a a a PRICESILadies Tip- Bluchers Pat Tip 1 50 Mens Vici r Kid 2 25 50 Mens Patent Calf 3 50 4 50 Heavy Shoes country 1 65 1 85 goods are really worth 25 5 to 50 cent than our prices pair S S TAULBEEL i of f Stidham at IMisse Crockettsville Turkey to on to wife on N at of N visited on N weighing four can it1 Located concerning T charge on Quicksand- A at church arrangement E T is to pleased especially in to of in to in to Attorney to in Attorney in of sympathy was to ex THE Ladies Bluchers 2 Jr pressrons of disapproval of his prosecution of James Hargis by foughtyyears Men he sllidno better no more loyal Democrats than I whoso friend I have been all m life have turned their backs upoi me because in my capacity as ai officer of the law I have dared t J prosecute James llargis No better evidence can be asked of the uncertainties of Fayett county justice however much above reproach may be the Court and the Commonwealths Attorney than the declaration of Collllen that his political standing has beet called into question because of his fearless prosecution of an alleged murderer who happens to bo a dis- tinguiShed Democratic leader ill KentuckyUpon than one occasion a deputy sheriff whoso dignity and honor of office should have deter red him from having private con sultations with a man charged with and being tried for conspiracy to murder was observed in earnest confidential conversation with the defendant during the progress of the Hargis trial in the hallways and private rooms within the court housePeople who wouldnot have smut upon them should not get so near to itThe Onlooker in Lexington Leader ROUSSEAU N II Sally is on Troublesome Creek this week inspecting tics Joe Back is as busy as flies around a molasses barrel Ho shod live mules last Saturday Tho Juniors will hold decoration services the second Sunday in June near Stevenson Everybody invited Rev Dan McIntosh visited the new home of C Kelly Carpenter the of the mountain about IIforhim They will not regret the time k 1 i Carriageslrttl A1J WRITE US FOR r- 1 E L AND RUG STORE P A S Spencer of Filmore was here Monday attending court Mrs Dora Bird whistle oC Ilarrodsburg was visiting friend here during the week J D Jones the furniture man spent last week in Cincinnati buy jag goods for his store Mrs Ellen Cope and daughters Ethel and Maud were visiting the family of A L Hagins on Frozen from Saturday till Monday Samuel E Patton has made a deedof assignment to Kelly hash but we do not know the assets or liabilities nS fro schedule has been filed t i Capt Wm L floret of Camp ton was hero luring the week talking up Iris andidacy for thl Republican nomination for Gov ernor of Kentucky W L Kash jof Wolfe county is a visitor afipurt this week Mr Kash haso completed course in rho Burp TLni11e 3elas Co lrico Cole fir Scured a pi sition as traveliijlg for the Computing SJile kof Dayton Olio lie tS Eastern Kentucky as his territory He has sold three puting scales i n Jackson this wct c I The trustees off School DistrictI Nos 8 13 40 5 b 82 and oo lfe hereby notified that I have not re ceivcd th o census reports for their districts Same must bo sent i n at once or I must report the same to the grand jury II B NOBLE Supt Miss Mollie Stidham daughter of J B Stidham who has beet visiting Miss Mary Allen at Clay Hole for the past week returned home Sunday accompanied by Miss Allen Adrian Kiddof Forest was a guest of Mr Stid ham Sunday BreathittjCount tion can not bo fully announced this week as the names of the speakers could not be obtained in time for this issue It is sufficient to say that it will be held in the Presbyterian church on next Wednesday June 5 and that a number of able speakers will be pres Sam II Kash and wife accompanied by his wife und daughter are visiting relatives in Jackson this week Mr Kash is one of the most prominent lawyers and Republican politicians in East ern Kentucky and is well known in Jackson He went from here to Salyersville where ho is inter ested in taking proof in a damage suit in tho Laurel circuit court in which a man ntmcd Brock sued a number of daily papers for alleged libelous publicatious in whichsuit lo represents the papersFOR I have about 5QO acres of good timber land mar Dwarf in Perry ounty Ky or sale WIllsell imber by tie tree or by the loundury to slit purchaser This imber is nor Aaa n vhrable stream of watr on or writer W B ENGLE I Index Ky 21tffr lor- I h1 lrr as Me 9Jesl in Me fJtJorldm We a I Lea rqc jCfno at nti Popular Ericas fy r J CATALOGUE MARCHCARPETSt LEXINGTONS GREATEST oe oayaOrAqJntInh salesman con entlion SALE Cary FURNITURE Steam Engine and Boiler For Sale- I have a good 21 horse power engine and boiler for sale Will sell same cheap Any one desir log to buy can cull at my store and examine and get prices 12932 M S CRAIN DraggingDown Pains are a symptom of the most serious trouble which can attack a woman viz falling of the womb With this generally comes Irregular and painful periods weakening drains backache 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CAMEl1ClATTd44 to the areCOtioaic itpodnctici of tli 100 1phpJ r lOAD OF A TB00IAKD W01TOIKI a bolel 75 pi picturoqut 120clord ipU ia clllaiaiaCjud Orfoa Tul 325 All for 150 Ateu aU sedan U SUNSET HAOAZIVB FMBuOi Saa Fraoiwo N I DAY BROS nr =COMPANY= r Wholesale and Retail have the most complete stock of fp 1iell atr It r Mvdiiti 1- r l i Ever brought to jackson Consisting of Pt oA4t 1 NtiUiS fi- tJ Ij VOtiuq 1 t Kcd i 0 V fiht iii We have the finest line of shoes in Eastit ern Kentucky ramens shoes are of 1 the latest st31c For the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money d could buy THE LATEST DESIGNS INi MILLINERYThis man agement of Miss Margaret Basket who can show you Uhe latest Style JfratSj direct from New York City Also FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS In all FreshfromIf you need any House Furnishings or FURNITURE We are the people you are looking for we have it by car loads to suit every body i Come and see us our 4 1 PV1QS QjV Rifllf t DAY BROS COMPANY i Jackson Kentucky The Breathitt News 1ubllnlicMl Every Friday CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAR J WISE HAG INS EDITOU For Printing Phone 64 TRIAL AT SANDY HOOK Set for July 9 by Special Judge Dougherty Tho case against Tim Hargi was called at Sandy Hook Mon tiny Judge Rcdwinc the Second refused to act and the fact was cer- tifiedr to the Governor mid a deputy circuit clerk was sent along to Frankfort to brine buck ti Judge But tho Governor hud not made an appointment Thursday morn ing when the Commonwealths At tQrtioy and Will A Young agreed upon John A Daughcrty of Bath county who was attending court to net us Special Judge who im mediately convened court Thi defense demanded an Immediate trial but the prosecution wanted tho cases continued until the Oc tober term The case was finally set for trial July Uth Judge Daugherty is a young marl with a future before him Jnnd it is to bo hoped that ho will Jrcat both tho Commonwealth and defense right That is nil either sido should n91und right istho easiest thing to do Time eyes of tho whole country will bo upon Judge Daugherty for tho noxt few months and ho has dn opportunity to make himself famous if ho will only do right nlliit he can be either a Judge or n hill Carncs CIRCUIT COURT 1 Circuit court convened Monday with Judge Rule ell on tho bunch fend Commonwealths Attorney = Vdains present Judge Hiddoll- gavo his usual able instructions covering almost nil the crimes in tho calender The personnel of the jury is as follows OUAS1 JURY f JJnmucl Allen Wm Iloskins llcnry Turner Craig Comb E L Minnix 1117 Little Hraddox Ncaco John Turner llardin Chil tiers IX H Hagins Newton Ar rowood and Harhm Rico Harlnn Rico was appointed foreman IHTIT JUUY NO 1 Wewloy Turner Sr William Sebastian Sam Howard John El liott Howard Win Little John Reynolds Hiram Lawson Enoch Stamper Emory Noble George W Johnson Will Conley and Frank Jackson VRTIT JURY NO 2 Wnyno Davis William Terry I ook Strong Berry Morris Sun Callahan Thos L Sewell John fGilium John Lovelace John P Arrowood lore Sebastian Milos Terry and Solomon Noble Monday Tuesday and Wednes day wcro mostly taken up with the misdemeanor docket and many cases were disposed of A small crowd has been in attendance on account of tho busy season Smith Taken to Elliott Jailer James IJLittlo left Thursday with John Smith to de liver him to tho jailer of Elliott county in compliance with Bill Games order Smith will give bond Baptist Church Services Rev W 11 Setzer will return from tho East in time to fill his pulpit at tho Baptist churh Sun day Juno 2 morning and night at the usual hours at which timo ho will give n report of the great Baptist conventions Judgment ReversedI The Court of Appeals last week reversed the judgment of tho Perry circuit court in a case of John Hcnsloy against tho Common wealthand remanded it for a now trial Appellant and several others wcro indicted by the Perry county grand jury on a charge of taking Martha Stidham and Tom Stidham her son from their home and whipping them The court found llcnslcy guilty and fixed his punishment at two years in tho penitentiary The reversal is on incompetent evidence and er rors of instruction SHOES SlIDES SHOES I CHEAP CHEAP CHEAP JONES JONES JONES ofCampAUf 1 GRAVE CHARGE AGAINST A FAYETTE OFFICIAL Member of Britton Jury Says a Deputy Sheriff Tried to Influence Him To Vote for Acquittal A sensational story is circulated at Lexington to tho effect that 1i Favetto county official tampered with n juror in tho recent trial of Bill Britton charged with the murder of Jim C9ckrill which resulted in a hung jury The juror remakes tho charge himsel against the official who is a deputy sheriff The juror whomake tho charges was ono of the four voting for conviction Tho On looker in the Lexington Leader gives the story OH follows The congratulatory Call of juror UT Herndon upon Bill Brittoi at the Fayctto county jail imme diately after tho Hargis on the charge of conlpirneI to kill James Cockrill recalls an incident of the trial of Britton for complicity in the same crime which forcibly illustrates the sym pithy interest and activity of the public ollicials of Lexington and layette in behalf of all the men accused of participation in time Brctithitt county assassinations Tho incident was related by one of tho members of tho Britton jury after it had disagreed and had been discharged by the court and as ho is a modest gen tlcman and dislikes publicity his name will not be used in the tell ing of tho story which came from his own lips in substantially thI ccrItuinOn the evening of April in during time courso of tho Britton trial for tho murder of Cockrill I sat alone in one of tho throe rooms at the Loland Ilotal which had been reserved for time jury One of the deputy sheriffs who had the jury in charge came into time room and said it guarding tho oth ers Ill just sit in here with you After a brief pause he said What do you think of John Smiths testimony today when the defense jot after him I 1 ropHael that I had as yet Formed no opinion then said Well they couldnt make out anything against Britton on Smiths testimony Its just like this If I vas in the court house here and hoard a shot on tho street and ran down to the door to see what the trouble was and whilo I was standing there n lot of fellows saw Il man lying dod on tho sidewalk and saw me standing in the door I could bo indicted for conspiring to murder tho man who was killed At this point I signified my unwillingness to discuss the trial and got up to leave the room followed mo into another jury room in which sat and perhaps other mom hers of tho jury whom i do not recollect remained in tho room Ono of time jurors held in his hand a copy of an evening pa per of that date containing an ac count of the trial and of the cross examination of John Smith which ho offered to me but which I refused I do not know how that copy of tho paper got into the rooms mind do not know what disposition was made of it afterward I believe that thero was an impression that I was for a verdict of guilty and that Deputy Sheriff came to see mo to learn how 1 stoodand that his questions and remarks were for the purpose of influencing mime Time names of tho deputy sheriff find tho other jurors mentioned ire omitted because of this gentle mans dislike of personal notoriety Tho juror quoted above is no jodys ghost Ho is alive and well and in the light of his declaration of what occured in tho jury rooms it is no longer necessary to bo guarded in expressions of us to Brittons partial whitewnsh1- ins and tho acquittal of Hargis Since tho same officers of the court who guarded the jury in time Britton case guarded tho jury in the Ilargis case it isnt bad guessing to venture tho assertion Jiiit the samo tactics employed in guarding lie Britton jury wero L HA POINTER WORTH WHILE REMEMBERING == = = = = = = = = = = == There are many advantages we can offer you when buying a suit or furnishings We are manufacturing our own clothing elimina ting the middle mans profit Our selling capacity is so large that we can afford to sell at a smaller margin of profit We are now in a position to offer you suits from 10 TO S25Which will mean a saving to you from five to ten dollars cjuailty and style guaranteed by the Iron Clad MottoYour moneys worth or money back What ttheler Can ffie Wfacte JLTheby We can easily demon strateit to you and get your trade j L When In Lexington Make Our Store Your Home I Your MoneysWorth iTiIE 9 i000J 90Rb TO BackLeXINGTONI1Y CHAS L STRAUS MANAGER applied to the Hargis jury Is it any wonder that the Hargii trials and the miscarriages of jus tico are a stench in the nostrils of the people f EAGLE EYE OF LAW Overlooked Jesse Spicer Accused of Murder Big Pistol Jessie Spicer is probably tho only man in tin United States under indictment for three murders for whom no reward has ever been offered and who is a fugitive from justice with no one looking for him When tho State militia under the orders of the Governor swept down on Jackson in llrcathitt county and stopped the series of assassinations Jesse Spicer quietly packed his trunk and slipped away In time excitement ho was not missed Itis charged that he carried away with him many thousands of dollars Detectives employed by Northern investors report that for several years Spicer was tho leader of n band of men who had been rccoiv lug money from all parts of time United States advertising ox ten sivcly and selling claims to Breath itt and Perry county timber land to which they gave titles The deeds woro executed and recorded but tho described property was afterwardreported fictitious Spi cer had been closely connected with time I largiscs during the reign of assassination Ho has been in dicted in both Breathitt and Fay ctto counties for the murders of Dr Cox James Cockrill anti James B Marcum When lost heard of Spicei was in San Francisco and it is said ho perished in tho earthquake which destroyed that city last year Dont buy shoes and clothing until you have inspected Jones line Cantrill Resigns The resignation of Judge James E Cantrill of Scott county as Judge of the Court of Appeals was receivedat the State Executive Department at Frankfort Tuesday morning and immediately accepted Gov Beckham at onco appointee Judgo John D Carroll of henry county the present Commissioner of the court as Judge to succeed him Stop with Hart Bros at Reed Hotel when in Lexington +r 0 OVERRULES 4TIOhI Judge Parker ys Fay ette H Jur is o 1 Circuit Ju tige tit tts Pn ker Monday ore rruleJd tie motion to quash time summons o Tames liar gis in tho 100000 fImago suit brought by tho heirs 1 Dr B D Cox against lIarJis anthe other accused for time miirdL1 of Cox and ruled that Fuycttefcbunty had jurisdiction te try the fcaso lIar I gis the defendant thriugh his attorneys Morton and Afobb con tended that tho summons served on him was illegal from tho fact that he was en route from one court to another Tho court held that the summons was servedon Hargis whilo in Lexington which was not on direct route between probIfor trial at tho July civil term Just received a nice line of clean uptodate furniture at very low prices at Jones Store Teachers Institute The Breathitt County Teachers Institute will convene at the col I loge building in Jackson on Monday I July 15 and will bo con ducted by Prof A S McKenzie of Lexington Prof McKenzie is u native of time mountains Scotland All teachers are requested to attend the full term A cordial wclcgmc is extended to those interested in educntionI11 B Enjoy the afternoon or evenings in a nice hammock or lawn swing I sell both JONES I John Haddix Killed John Haddix of Clay Hole was stabbed and killed in Perry county last Monday night by Lo gan null Hiram Sizemore We understand that time difficulty camo up over a game of cards or dice Haddix was about 30 years of ago and had just returned froin Cen jtral America where ho lied been employed on n log job re mains were brought hobo arid buried near tho mouth of Lost Creek Thursday MEN WANTED Men of experience wan odat time Frozen Creek Caabel Coal- Mines Address 2r T Furst Owner Boxer Ky t 312inir- y Your Moneys Worth or Money 00I Back it NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the following described property sized in February 1907 at distillery No 13 of William Hart sockat Green Hall Kentucky for riolationj Internal Revenue towit Two copper stills 2 topper worms 2 pumps and pipes 1 singling tank 4 fermenters 4 mash tubs 1 yeast tub 2 lake stands 1 meal box 15 barrels 2 cistern tanks 2 bushels rye 50 sacks meal 1 grist mill 1 boiler 1 engine 2 slop troughs Any person claiming this property is notified to appear before me and make such claim within 30 days from late of this notice Mar 31 1JOT 1 L McCOY For J Sherman Cooper Collector = GO TO == =FV M MCCARTY t 1 Olt STONE and BRICKWORK Moving nnd raising houses und all kinds of masonry work All work guaranteed 25Cm Jackson Kentucky JUST RECEIVED a nice lot of fine Furniture at very low prices We Please More Women in our lino than any other house in this section When it comes to Buying Furniture youll find that a woman is the best judge of what is good and what is tho most appropriate for tho house Every woman in Tack son is invited to see our now display of Lawn Swings and Ham mocks which arc on sale this week JONES FURNITURE STORE Cor Court Street i and College Ave Jackson Kentucky 4 Wici Cut s1ass- A1IItol1t1Arn FOR ltJaddlngfPrasallls BOWLS PITCHERS TUMBLERS WINE GLASSES SYJIUP STANDS VASES PLATES ICE TUBS ETC PRTlccEs mOil 50G to 50 HEINTZcwelcr I 13 MAIN STREET Oll TUB IHOKX- IXLEXINGTON I KY A Full rjno of Wedding Silver nt Moderate Prlccs I WATCHES 1 350 5 I AND UP Silverware Silver Novelties0 i Cut Glass Rings AND ALL KINDS OF First= Glass Jewelry i SI DiFLEENOR JEWELER AND OPTICIAN ACKRONKENTUCKV R A CHILDERS WITH JOS Q REED DRY GOODS CO PORTSMOUTH 0 Solicits the trade of the mountain people Ho will boIAT JACKSON EVEIIY 30 DAYS postnlSnowill save you money fob 1 ly II I o 7 WItm W 111 111 11 111 PI VI- oli II GilinePi tW guaraliteeri tW 1 I 11- 1b m1 NI- Pl J jTPI ll Will cover more space last V longer and look better than W t Callfill W 1ti- yP I IIandtl u tlVIfAf 111 111 11 Jackson Drug Coi= c cuo F i Y I You Will Get All Thats i I Corning to You 4 I G ot GTHEREM nl In onr method of business for every dollar m jlj you pay us you got ono hundred touts value in- S return OI t I at We Believe in Square Treatment mightrf a i then you wouldnt know how gtice1 COME TO OUR STORE tj So you can see for yourself thats tho surest wayto iP- st9 I Coif oFt l i JACKSON KENTUCKYoi F iI w WU ft W W k7re You p omioureSometimes its hard to cen vince soinq people If you arc reasonable and apprecia tive well be able to show yoti the excellence of o- urMonuments1 fft Wed like to talk over the mouunent question with you telling you how much it will cost and the cheapness R M SJHELY MONUMENTS JACKSON KYr I I I- Da You Love This Old Town But are you doing contribute the general prosperity Arc you industries in preference outside industries Do buy your clothes and groceries and gar den tools and here af homer Well admit you do away a advertised I Andthings you happen advertised in paper No indeedin the mail order journals and catalogues Quito true you just a us soon them they wore advertised by tho t merchants wouldnt oul = Well now theres a neat hint to some titore- discovered keepers dealers who havent why they losing a lot homo trade they ought to- M I keep r Its a wise business knows his 1 I own opportunities WOLFE COUNTY Stillwater i 11 C Rose Powell county is visiting relatives e Sam Ceciland wife visited rela tire and friends on Blackwater Sunday t Sewell and wife dined with James Brewer and family at Trent Sunday- S 1 C Rose and young wife at tended the singing services at tne Laurel church Sunday Bill Fugato has been released from Campton jail he has been paying off a fine for sell lug liquor George Buchanan Ire ported in last weeks correspondence as convalescent is not ex petted to live Mrs Ann Wells Morgan county was visiting relatives at tho home her sister Mrs G T Centers from Friday till Monday GeorgQ Sally excounty asses sor has been visitingWillie Campbell at Hazel Green who is very low with consumption not pected to live County Attorney G B Stam per passed through hero Saturday and informed your that hind been away on legal busi ness for more thuD U week George Lovelace one the strongest and most influential Re publicans that Stillwater affords accompanied by his wife was visiting relatives and shaking hands with his many friends on Frozen SundaysSquire Jac6b Taylor who was rccenly divorced from his second wife and announces him self as a candidate for the third torn Now Uncle Fake is pretty popular and fortytwo and girls you had not cast sheeps ICS at him Rev Jeff Brewer made a business trip to Pine Ridge Friday and made a deal with the held Garrett Lumber Company 1 k through their agent Crit Childers to cut and log two million feet logs Rev Brewer says he will ofAuRev Jeff D Edwards who has been before the Wolfe circuit court for sailing liquor was acquitted lie informed The News corres pbjrtlcnt that ho was going to stop II liquor and resumo bis r A I 1trvr ost you do course you want to the town grow You want to seethe storekeepers prosper and tho banks bulge with deposits and the towns poop 1o wearing glad clothes and the farmers falling over each other to conic in and buy new hay rakes and patent plows Of course you do Because likewise of course when things that way you get your share the general prosperity what to to patronizing home to you so forth you send for goodmany to see Aha they this And would buy hero if local Why yc of our local and perhaps are of which man that of Rose school tho where whom of of and ex scribe ho of M better Broad of If of see are of are i former avocation the ministry- as he has been a minister of the gospel for 20 odd years Ho says he has reformed and is going to- to do better in the future Floyd Sally who had the mis fortune to lose his left arm two years ago and who did not have n very good education at the time ol the accident as soon as he recovered set in to make good use oi his time Being unable to attend a graded school he secured some books and began studying hard keeping late hours at his task He passed examination and was given a firstclass certificate and seemed a school which is a great help to Mr Sally Our citizens should lend Mr Sully n helping handas teaching school is his only means of support DOMINOO A Judicial Farce There never was a more self evident or a greater judicial faro than the recent trial and acquitta of Jim Hargis tho proven em plover and abettor of assassins It was essentially a Democratic ver diet There was sufficient evi dcnco against Hargis to convic him a half dozen times As it ill he remains popular with the machine There is joy at Frankfort among the Becklmmites since tho acquittal of Hargis The Governor is also the biggest beneficiary of tho recent decision of the Court of Appeals in the Louisville election cases These matters help along wonderfully Maysvillo Public Ledge- rRepublican Convention The Republicans of Bjrcathitt County are hereby called to meet in moss convention at the court house in Jackson Kentucky on Saturday June 15th 1907 at one thirty oclock p m of said day for the purpose of sending dele gates to attend the Republican state convention to bo held in Louis ville Kentucky on June 19 1907 for tho purpose of nominating n Republican candidate for Governor of Kentucky and to nomi nato candidates for the various State offices All persons who desire to join with the people in making a strong campaign in behalf of good government honesty in elections an honest executive proper representation and a pure judiciary are earnestly reju ted to attend this convention J B MoLtS Chairman KELLY KASII Secretary t Ao +w 1W0 MINUTE sttiuUsG- curgc Washington Dy J A EVGERTOfl Jn all things a just and noMt man fruitTinterested patriotism and from his abll ity to Inspire In others confidence and esteem lu war ho excelled as r strategist tu peace as a wise and mod erate statesman la nil things as a just and noble man It would be Impos sable to place ones finger on any par ticular spot In his career and say This was the turning point this was the place at which Washington WRIt made More than almost any other character lu history he was lu all relations the great man yet It Is most dllllcult to analyze him and tell the particular thing that made him great Too modest to make a speech too self dcpreclatlvo to seek his own advance ment his deeds roused him to shine over all orators and Ills virtues advanced him over all stilt Buokpif Few men have received so much adulation and from this there has been a reaction yet after all that criticism can do tho masujvp proportions of the mon still stand out to challenge the atten tion of the world At the time ho was chosen to command tho Continental armies Washing ton had rendered no especially con spicuous service to single him out from his fellows His selection for that high post was rather due to the general esteem In which hO was held Them are few examples Iq which the Individual Integrity that we usually denominate character counted so much for success as lu tho case of Washington Ho hail a prodigious temper yet heM It In check be lured wealth and pos scssod more of it than almost any other mar In the colonies yet he would not accept pay for bis military serf ices he met severe roveuea In hlte campaign yet was too great to be crushed by them bo bad conspicuous faults that would have destroyed n Hjjinller man yet his general rectitude was BO great that It dwarfed tho minor defectsThere Is a general sentiment In mint kind that worth menus success Our faith In this proposition Is often shale en but the case of Washington would seem to prove It true When your back spies it le almost Invariably an indication that something Is wrong with jour kidneys Weak diseased kidneys frequently cause a breakdown of the entire sjs tern DeWitts Kidney and Bladde Pills afford prompt relict for weal kidneys backacle Inflimmotion 01 the bladder and all urinary troubles Sold by Jackson Drug Co Soap Bubble rluoi Tho beautiful colors seen In tin soap bubble nrlso from the fact that the bubble being very tutu reflects light from both tbo outer and Inner surfaces of the Dim Mn S Jojoe 180 Sullivan St Claremont N H writes About I year sgo3 bought two bottles of Fo eyi Kidney Cure It cured me of I severe case of Kidney trouble of sever al years standing It certainly li t grand good medicine and I hurtII recommed It Jackson Drug Co While the planting of small potatoes two or three successive seasons will not result In greatly diminishing theli overage size yet It will do this If persisted In during a term of years Foi seed the potato of medium size unl form shape and free from scab In con sldered best Appendicitis It due in a large measure to abuse 01 the bowels by employing draitlo pur Rntlvfg To avoid all danger usr only Dr Kings New IIfa Iilli there gentle cleanser and invlgorators Guaranteed tu ours headnulip bilious ness malaria and Jaundice at Jackson Drug Co 26o rid tualae polnms are tlie result of n process of putrefaction In vegetable pad animal matter The development fif the pofi5nous principle seems to bo greatly accelerated by leaving meat or vegetable In the tin can in which it Is bought Immediately upon opening the can such products should be put In glass or earthen dishes A Significant Prayer May the Jord help you make lIuck lenlI Arnica Ealsra Inown to all writes J U Jenkins of Chapel Hill N C It quickly took the pain out ol a felon for me and cured It In a wonderfully short time Best on eartfi for sores burns and wound 20o at Jackson Drug Co- Daromstrio Pretiur Tho barometric pressure decreases ju Wo ascend at the rate of about aR fuch fQr overy thousand feet of oleva tlop 4t a height of 10000 feet tho rato of ilpprease Is about ap inch for very tWO tlet pf elevation nail the proportion of decrpaso ktWnos great er at greater hclghtx At a liptgt of 18000 feet the pressure Is about ono half of what It is at tho son level that Is to say the air at that elevation is only onehalf as heavy as it is at tbo sea level Disturbed the Congregation Tho psrxun who disturbed the con xr gaton last Sunday by continually coughing is requested to buy a bottle of Foleyi Honey and Tar Jackson Drug Co a NEW YORK FASHIONS Pattern For Boys Overalls De sinned by May Manton No 5027 No garment ever devised Is 10 sure to riako the small boy m happy during hU hours of play as the overalls All question of thn care of clothing le laid aside and the yoiinsatcr can enjoy lilniBrlf ns hI like white the picture he presents Is a quaint and attractive one Tho tradi tional blue Jean khaki heavy linen gingham and tho tike all are appropriate while the finish Is only simple machine itltcUlnr The front portion of the overalls are extended above the walt line to form the bib nnd the straps are attached to the back portions which can be buttoned over Into place while the closing Is made at tho sides There are three patch pockets which In themselves mean joy to the small boy The quantity ot material required for the medium slue G years li at yard II or 2 yards 36 Inches wide Sizes for lays of t t and I years DIRECTION FOR ORDERING Bend 10 cents tn this office give number of this pattern No B6I7 and state size da sired U will then be sent to you by mall postpaid Be sure to write plainly and al ways give fail address Several day must be allowed for deliver of pattern For a doll or a cough take Kennedys Laxatlvo Cough Syrup It is BEfTKU I than any other couch remedy because Its laxative principle assures a healthy I copious a toriof the bowels and at the same time if heal Irritation of tit throat strengthen the bronchial tubes and allays Inflammation of the mucous membrane Contain llnnpy and Tar plgiUant to take Uhlidm Ilks it Conforms to the National Purr Food andrult Law SId by Jtekson I Drug Oo Ringlet Marriage Neither the Quakers nor the Swiss Protestants use rings at their marriage ceremonies He Fought nt Gettysburg David Parker of Fayett N Y who lost a foot at Gettyburg writes KUctrlo Bitten have dune me more good than any medicine I ever took For several years I had stniiucli trouble and paid out much money for medicine tu little purpose until 1 bpan taking Electric littler I vouJ not take t600 for what they have dniui for me Grand tonic for the IIlpdand for female weaknvcies Great altei ttive antibody builder sure cure for lame weak kidneys Uuarnn- Itd b JrrklIn Drop Co late i Falling Asleep Wlion line filltx psieq the order of surrender tn tho s1 ell H sight taste tmioll hearing touch The sense of touch In the lighted sleeper and miMt easily ads tkatel then hearing then sight whSe sluggard taste and smell awakes lalt Moro NcfPi LugtfI i1brl tothe vlrluof ley Kidney Cure thPl need o icfer to Mr Alvin II StlmpsonolWHIImantlc Conn who titer aims losing hope of recovery on account it the failure of remed lei jilnally tried Foley KldnerII Cure whii he says was timing for lint as four bottles him completely Hu is now entirely veil e from all the suiTe ring ncldent tl J acute kidney trouble Jackson D Jg Co A case ifted tho other day In which a farmer of bibulous pmpcmittU while on his way homo from town drunk fell out of his wagon over tho railing of a bridge Into a creek oath drowned In a somewhat extreme but very good Illustration of the kind of n finish a man can have If he only takes the right methods to bring It about When your food has nJt been prop rlydlK8tted the InUre system Is I in paired in tfce ssmn proportion Your stomach needs help Kudol for Indi gestion and Dyspepsia not only digests jvlmt you eat Utonei the stomach and dds strength to the whole body Makes rich pure blood Kodol con forms to the National Purl Food and Drug Law Sold br Jackson Drug Co The Biggest Farm The biggest farms In tly world are lu South AuHtralla where tho average squatter holds 78000 acres A little Kodul taken occasionally I KppcUlly after eating will dietour stomach belching and heartburn- J U Jones Newport Tenn wrlte r I am sure three one dollar battles of four Kodol positively cured me of dyspepsia and I can recommend It ar hat war three years ago and I havent been bothered since whit It Kodol is guaranteed to give relief Sold by Jackson Drug Co The Best Furnace The ancient Kgyptluim used a form of blast furnace 1000 U C Orlno Lnxative Fruit Syrup is beet for women and children Its mild and pleasant taste makes it preferable to violent purgatives such as pills tablets etc Get the booklet and a sample of Orino at Jackson Drug Co Italian Brierwood- Tho larger part of the Italian brier wood 1 found along tho Mediterranean coast extending from itavonn on the north to Calabria on the south the Llgurlnn lUvlera Tuscany Umhrlu profIpceslaijds pf lorslcq gad Sar fnff oral iii lug an tDUdMi supply Kidney complaint kills more people time ptller disease This Is due to iliedlsesse being so Insidious that it et good hold on the system before It IrreccignliedJ Foley Kidney Cure will prevent the development of fatal disease It taken in time Jaekcw- Dl1j Oo 6627 Boys Overalls 4 to Syeus A Hard Debt to lay I owe a debt of gratitude that can never be paid off writes O S Clark of Weslfield Iowa lor my recuo from delllhlIJIlr Kings Now DU cnvory Both lungs were sa serluuoly affected that death seemrd Imminent when I commenced taking New DIs- covers The ominous dry hseklug cough quit before the first bunt wan used and two more bottles made a complete curl Nothing has eves equaled New Discovery fur coughs colds and all thrust and lung com plaints Guaranteed by Jackson Drug Oo SOc and f 100 Trial bottle free greenhorns Qroonhorn was the general tern applied to all horned animals whose horns were llCentbat Is to say Im mature hence It readily applies to anybody whoro knowledge of the world or of n particular trade or pas time Is of the slightest description Notice to Our Customers We are pleased to annoince that Foley llinny and Tar for cough colds and lung troubles U nut affected by the National Pure Food and Drug IIlhlrIwu as a safe remedy for children and Multi Jxck nn Drug Co Night Singing Birds lto dca tho nttthtlngiilo the blackcap and the garden warbler often slug late at night DeWltls Carbollzed Witch flare Salve dots not merely heal on the cur face It penetrates the pores and promptly relieves pain caused bJ boll burns scalds outs and skit dis eases It Is especially good for piles Beware of imitations gold by Jack sun Drug Co No Buyer A hundred guinea diamond ring priced at H M was exposed for live- lily lu time shop window of a London pawnbroker mud found no purchaser It was put In the window In con Ie quence of u wagur Heras to your health and happy nllDIWitL s Little Early Risers famous little pills Natty sick headache may come on city time the curl Is an Early Miser Sold bj Jackson Drug Co r For a clear complexion ta- keORINO Laxative Fruit Syrup Pleasant to take Orino cleanses the sys tem and makes sallow blotched complexions smooth and clear Cures chronic constipation by gently stimulating the stomachjliver and bowels Refute substitute Prlo BOo TACKS ON DRUG GO u W H Henderson Ayres Street Opp Pout Ofllse LEXINGTON KY DEALER IN Grain Seeds Feed CornOIoVlrBlue Grass Orchard Grass Hungarian Hay Straw Hill Feed IKILLTtt THE COUCH LUNCS I KingsNew I FOR cOUCHSOLDS PRICEII AND ALL THROAT AND lUNG TROUBLES I GUARANTEED SATISPACXOR OH MONEY BEFT7NDED I RAILROAD TIME TABLES 11 LL RAILWAY WINTER TI3IE TAULE EFFECTIVE NOV 18 100C NO INo a WEST BOUND Daily Daily Ex SunAM rn Lv Jackson G 10 2 20 O K Junction G 15 226 Elkntnwu 0 20 2 30 Athol G 40 2 62 Tnllcim G 49 3 00 St Helens 6 CJ 3 11 Bcntty villo Junct 7 07 3 20 Torrent 7 H- OCampion 3 41 Junct 7 18 3 67 Dundee 7 62 4 03 Filson S 03 4 H Stanton 8 15 4 2G Clay City 8 25 4 35 L E Junct 0 00 501 Winchester 9 12 5 20 Ar Lexington 9 55 6 05 NO 2 NO 4 EAST BOUND DailyEx PM AM Lv Lexington 2 25 7 35 Winchester 310 813 L E Junct 3 25 8 20 Clay City 4 00 9 02 Stanton 410 910 Filson 4 26 9 22 Dundee 4 37 9 34 Campton Junct 440 9 38 Torrent 4 57 9 56 UcnttyrillA Junct 5 18 10 17 St Helens 5 20 10 25 Tallega 5 37 10 35 Athol 5 45 10 43 Elkatawa 6 06 11 10 OK Junct 6 10 11 15 Ar Jackson 6 15 11 20 CONNECTIONS L E JUNCTION Trains Nos 1 and 3 will make connections with C 0 Jly for Mt Sterling ctnYlON UNCTION All trains connect with Mountain Ccn tnil Railway for Pino Ridge and CampionBKATTVVILLEIUNCTION Trains Nos 2 and 4 connect with L A Ity for passengers to toad from Beattyville 0 JUNCTIONTrains No KentuckyforCIIAS scorr G P A I i Ol K RAILWAYrEFFECTIVE NOV 19 JOOO WEST BOUND Daily Ex Sun lilT CLAtl in OLACS A H PM Lv 00oFrozen 11 31 3 3l Vanclevo 11 38 3 42 62HamptonHose Fork 12 05 4 30 Leo City 12 13 4 95 65ArEAST BOUND Dally Ex Sun 2i UIASS lilT CLASS A M P M Lv 00lielecllawaLeo City 7 45 1 23 32Hampton 61VanclevoFrozen 8 60 2 04 25ArleavesCannclleaves Jackson at 4 00 p m M L CONLEY Gun Mr Mountain Central Depart Arrive 5 45 a m Campton 11 30 a m 145 p m Campton 6 00 p m Arrivo Depart 8 00 n m Campton Jun 10 05 a m 4 00 p m Campton Jun 4 40 p m Make connection with all L E passenger trains 44 TRADEMAN pol IT otuJnc In PATLNTTHAT11 a bi fUll totlatiOrt l sold lM4o ot tsar fur fH C C bust lUllII StreetWASHINOTON Want a Farm OR A TOWN LOTIf Our list of farm lands and town lots in eludes the best in Brcathitt county and Jackson = It doesnt cost you anything to get what yourgot what you want we get it HAGINSBLANTONREAL rHerc We Are The Celebrated EIE For Sale By DAY BRO COJa- oksoq Kegtu- agys= THE NEW IDEA THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP ENNEOY AXATIVE v ato ONEY AND AR 1bNtlXMit urpw 0IIIIIa J OSPN DRUGt t- S 1 i li i