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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s J 4- I l IDest4 WISH lUbiNB Editor and Publisher J l r + A NKWBIAIEU DKVOTKU 10 Tnii INTrit68t M ov EASTERN KifNuuiu i 5 Qwjr DOLLAR PKU 1 Y pi Z Ycr j + f 1 J l = III = = I olufnoVI V Kentuck3y gust Qft907r tj jWf 7i Nurtibii l JI44 J tit r i fFi Fir iH H i olit ftfi t ii1FdFdFi4FFFid i Fs rrr i IIi f1- iI In order to make rdom fort r- i oiir fall goods YC have t r- f thiovrn oil the market a wi t I e tJOOO tock Lj- t tb andof F g i Childrens hand taa Wear 0 r i Clothing Furnishings tend 0- g f Shoes Dry Goods Notions t r and every article in our big r 4 v1F store z tl+ti S 5 w iF dF- I COSTt F i 1 m S This sale includes all our spring X ft and summer Catn 4 I 00 i g es lloner saving opportunity Over i offered to the citizens of this section m I EUSTER syiFISAACS tFi QoG yanftsesssmssssszsssssz sessssssssssssssssssssz 1nA c rltr rwJf l JJblqhler F P cHAw 9 11y A sHiL sMP DAVIS Acting Cashier JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK Ir N Jackson Kentucky Paid up Capital and Surplus 2735ooo m s m mWo solicit tho Banking Business and accounts of rn Lumber Manufacturers Timber Dealers l In- m At Business Men 114 J MerchantsiFarmers m I Throughout Eastern Kentucky and offer onrCuaWiners- Iho most m I LI R I- OflgYS W t Within the limits a = r- NSA Xi = COLLECTIO SPECIALTY J a 55225Z3a Is5P52525Z5Z LOW RATES TO SOUTH AND SOUT- HWESTSOUTHERN RY From LEXINGTON To ONE WAY ROUND TRIP First and Third Tuesday Each Month 817 05 Davenport Okla 31 00 S31 00 517 85StroudIOklaS18 IB Oklahoma City Okla S 31 817 05 Tulsa I T SW GO 05 CO Brownsville Texas S3a 75 1885 Dallas Texas 83 to 820 05 llouston Texas 33 75 821 55 Snn Antonio Texas S03 75 SlD 45 Waco Texas IS03 75 On Sale Every Day in April 538 00 One way California common points 510 40 Portland Oregon 53i Washington I 66 50 Round trip to San Francisco or Los Angeles On snloI April 24 to May 17 Final limit Jtuly vatteo9to many other points For other information call or write to B S YENT T PA 101 E Main Lexington Ky J 0 BEAM JK A GP A 0 II HUNGERFORD D P A St Louis MoLouisville Ky t etT i 5 ti 1 I S4 i BREATH ITT f OOUJfOT NEW8j I I 1 h = i t 4 A I 111J = c J I t tr d MEOPERICULO Peppered Paragraphs on Things Political if Not Not OtherwiseI HV SHXATOIt HKNM 8KWKU Politically Wolfe county hotbedof prejudice Many of theI henchmen rind blind followers of the Bcckham dynasty are laughing in their sleeves and spoiling for n place of seclusion where they can hold a riprouring fandango in jollification and in cclebration of Jim Ilargis1 farce acquittal for the assassination of Oft Cox o I rather enjoy a gloodlcsjl cpm bat with thin intellectual giants of thin dirty dynasty of dangdolilllo Democracy but when I stir lip theking enter of the little ansj am more disgusted than pleased with my great side shows for Ti5 lonely in the realm of common hoss1 sense Ordinarily and ordinarily means when I urn after bigjjamo IUjiss use my single shooter but asnow being aftcru buzzard refuscd varmint whose head is too infernally little in its littleness IItlm forced to use a- very short pawed oil barrel of shot tams that will scatter shot all ovorcrejilton in order to hit the persimmon head of the varmint limed at Even then 1 may miss the mark of Ccnlcrness as it is so unawfully little Ican not get a full bead on the thing much less a lino sight that is RO necessary in order to knock the black outy 1 have reference to C C Fl 1JgI Columbus Clodpole Tulks tho windjammer that gave an exhibi tion of his linger llargls Beckham Democracy in the Cumpton Courier last week o In my article relative to the Democratic Dog Tax Law I partianshipWit pinch the rusty tails of the mud soaked rodents of the wellman ured barns of machineridden De mocracy Ho C C Folks who publicly and privately has condemned tho law most in the past is first to make n collared donkey out of himself to give it praise which he attempted to do in tho Campton Courier of last week Juke is fatally afflicted with a case of political foulshcth and a little tapping of his windgalls will doubtless give him relief Jakes intellectual kryfc if he ever pos sassed one has become woefully rusty anil he abundantly evinces both his shallowncss of head and the most wonderful brand of impudence or silliness by sending a copy of his unspikcd idioticspiel of boyishlike buss to The Breathitt County News for publication also The News is not a Democratic paper of tho BcckhamIIargis poppycock kind and Fulks broadness of mind and unprojudiccncss of heart are not squandered in reading and patron izing any other typo in the world of nowspapcrdom Fulks is an elegant follow but he should be bored for the simpletons 0Very true the Dog Tax Law is a platter of smull concern in the present campaign rand jny refer ence to it was more in a vein of humor than seriousness even if Juices frazzle fuzzlcs were too blindly bateyed battish to delect it Any insinuation that I either by silence or otherwise favored the passage of the Dog Tax Law is wholly untrue In the Senate it way voted on twice tho first time being Senate Bill No 80 and the record shows that I voted against it the second time it was voted on in the Senate it was House Bill No 20 and while the record shows that I didnot vote at all I know that I did vote against it and I am abundantly Able to Provo it as this is not the only mistake in the record If one will take the pains he will find according to tho Senate Journal that every Republican voted for tho notorious and infamous Legis lativo Redistricting Bill while tho facts are that not a single Ropub o M lioin l c1or it 1Yltila ft and not censuring or firaising JThe Dog lnx Luesi v v 0 t inis I the subject by saying that th bill Jrorednndchumlione Democrat Ed Croun um1iI the Somite it was offered ahU ham pioned by a Democrat unto UcIInvcn Now Air iMiftK if Uccklinin and his KMK arc jVdut onconjum for tliistIcteni i p and Ill let up if it causes u to have the stomach ache so afully sor tf tkO lIt is reported in the nowiywrs that Jim irar ist in dye lust week was naked the dl e c- itlnnlin tile casts ocninU him and that of Caleb Poycrsliiidjlie answered that he laid nil r ffr Q lticusedUthe worn false faces nor iiln self in the uniform of t Bier and that teas nil thoilitferrElie could realize If lielC iilttm withI fluence and dams ToycrsMth the same backings ho would have been entitled to the uncorking of an other bottle of Qld lkjor once telling the truth t 10 0 Tile Democrats intistjstnnd on their record They must not shirk tho responsibility of Uio Dog Tax Law for if n fcwIlcpubli cans did vote for il still if they hind not it rcc cratic votes olGecomo a law anyway Tjio Democrats are G sr till credit forevcrf lood faw passed during the last eight years and they must stick to Uio puncheon nnd be held responsible for the bad ones too ThiSjlhey must do or U shut up The little DemocraJidJ clodpolcs are condemning nnd rt icuHug the l1iileoflice he found an empty treasury the State without credit jury claims and witness claims being worth about sixty cents tothe dollar and buyers hard to find nt those figures The Bradley administration at once redeemed the credit of the State and nil State claims were soon worth their face value Under it the State debt was decreased wind when Bradley surrendered tho affairs of the State to W S Taylor the condition of the State financially was in a splendid shape When Taylor was forced to give up the Governorship to a pack of election thieves and political pirates and freebooters there Were remaining on hand In the treasury I believe 234000 According to the last report there is in the treasury as I now remember about 300000 The taxable property of the State for tho past four years is nearly double what it was during Bradleys ad ministration So Iuil to see what the Democrats have to boast about inregard to tho condition of the financial affairs of the State I dare asy but for the 1000000 of indebtedness collected from the National government Kentucky this day would be completely bankrupted 0 Honey trot out another horse but for Gods sake keep those foulmouthed flies that suck at the the stinking bunghole of linger HargisBeckhamism oil of my back I do not want to become inocculatcd with the spidorish poison of tho peakheaded blather- skites and the panting pilferous pinnosed minkeyed snake brained possumheaded partisan puppies Columbus Clodpole please do be good Campton Ky AurfT 7 1907 Rev Jim Isom and Rev Spen cer will preach at the Pan Bowl school house tho second nnd fourth Sunday in August fit 11 a m Everybody cordially invited Mrs C P Wiggins Lexington Ky says gave my fowls Bour bon Poultry Cure when they were sick and it certainly workedwon ders Sold and guaranteed by Day Bros Co 10 f 1 k i I ill+ r ITh 19l7 Teacher WiiiCKjvY Au 707 Emrpjt Vial 7 The U 07 teacher belicrcMn the following K First That the word progress is the greatest word in tilts I I language and that llicuiortljallrlSr will not pu LolF tiirtonfbrrovf should bo Hgnc today Second THat tho leafihers of Brcathilt county should have an upto date library ahdu9tho rodlsIi r Sa cents of every J00ccrits 1lid by the teachers fcr instruc Cdn in the instilutoVtq go us n Jibrary fihid OyCpXrBCt w optl ult dote teacher l ll support this measure Third That the Eastern Kentucky State Normal School of Richmond was organized for the exclusive purpose of better equip ing Eastern Kentucky teachers and that the eastern district is being greatly benefited thereby therc fore every teacher who is an hon est supporter of a just cause will insist on the next General Assem blfof Kentucky appropriating a suitable sum of money for the erection of more desirable buildings for that school Fourth The 1907 teacher will vote for the candidate for the Legislature regardless oMiis polit ical affiliation who will vote for abolishing the present trustee s stern and enact in its steadulnw providing fort county board com posed of five members including the superintendents of schools of each county who arc to bo well qualified nnd who are to receive a salary while on duty Tim presidents of the State Normal schools should luxva veto power over the board reserving the right to dismiss at any time any member of uie board who becomes corrupt or who shows a political partiality hiftbTho 1907 teacher will stand for Jrue high ideal education Vlflttttti1I1jl1 c Uiall4lUn special privileges to none Before the ideal teacher can demand higher salary he must first draw tho lines for truer education and more genuine teaching Hoping to hear from some thoughtful teacher soon I am yours for success SOUTH STHONO Watterson at Lexington The Honorable Henry Waller son of Louisville editor of The CourierJournal and one of thin foremost statesmen of America will deliver the opening address at thin big Blue Grass Fair at Lexington on Monday August 12th Last year when Lexington lost tho Kentucky State hair after making a notablo success where both Louisville ail Owensboro had failed quite a good deal of feeling on the part of the citizens and business men of the Blue Grass was roused towards Louisville The people of Lexington now realize that tho light for the State Fair is over that Louisville has the location permanently and the spirit of generosity they have displayed in inviting Mr Watterson to deliver the opening address for thin Blue Grass Fair is especially notable It is also probable that Governor John A Johnson of Minnesota who Jias attained wide publicity recently as Mr Walter sons dark horse candidate for thin Presidential nomination of tho Democratic party will be a visitor at the Bhc Grass Fair on tho opening day The management has ex tended him a most cordial invit alion an invitation in which Mr Watlerson thoroughly concurs and tho distinguished editor is bringing to bear all his influence upon Governor Johnson to induce him to visit Lexington hors Isom and Fisher preached it tho school house on last Sun tiny About 500 were present nnd good order prevailed Stop with Hart Bros at Reed Hotel when in Lexington James C Roberts and G P Llisncr of Stevenson left Monday for a thirty days trip to Okla I homa to visit relatives and to sco the country A i r 1 4- T11o y T Largest CI1clllatl Iit- 1 r 1OF ANY PAPER IN THIS t C IOH 4 it t+ i u i T 1 t t 4 Jackson Ttlldaa Aa OlllVjccPr 0 SIOSpekano ivedenougliDemo I j iZ 0r i v f The LOuisville Herald toi f f Award 10 001 in Priz7 1 Monday July 1 The lrtilsvllT Dally SprVOiv and We iyly JloralJ InnUpurnlnl ft winte f In Whih JIOOM In prjze will 19 axnrcd the Women of Ken end Irdlini lle pan ailuptrd tor rSwardlnp tbrtu prize IS tilt fairest cvi c sad LO 11 Inn I of luck chance or suescliijr enter Ito the Tho I To be oomluut d loniflrjrttlmito competitive and every wftiiflrt xvio tiers the race will ha 0- anelual onixmurJv tif WF i fi t prize whether r In LoulnrUIo or a town of much smaller size The Prizes rb B przI1J offered br The TTerflM are- themnetJllkra over evcn away by any gewspa rII the seaul Tho capital m ncJid100 11 atteZprC5ttrlarcontutre41ltow Mmltatlons vine w eks the winner gf this prize will earn lG6UpCr weckfor nine weeks Besides tlio caplt prize there nro two other grand pzazs 10 ilrjr of two IW 7 model aulbrnniilus e of these m1 ehlnci hi n brand row crorir purrhasctf direct from the ficr ry tar tho express purpose of awnrdln It as a prize In Tlio Ileraidfi contest T other automobile ba numbout jnoll valued nt J630 brand new with every modern Improve ment backed by the mannfncturtrc and tho local agent Oe at these machines will lie owarfed to a candldAto in Louis vlll the other to a candldito renldlrtr In Kentucky or Indiana outside of Louisville The candidate who secures the Unrest winners will UegloticholcO RutmoblleI chines The contest Is divided Into twcntrlvo dhtrlcls Kich district will rereivo three pflxei Tb nt fine Infrach district will hot frtrlp through mo Eajtern ttolInnUeWashington Norfolk and the Jamestown Exposition Every cent of the expense cf the threntr ave tourists from the tlmn they leave home nail they return will bo bomo by The Herald One of theno tree Irlss will then be awarded to the candtctatn In each one of the twentyfive districts who secure the largest number or votes In her Own par number of votes ac cordedcandidatcsin on district tins no bearing wbatcoevcr upon the number of votes accorded candidates In oher ther0ompetitlon race an opportunity to win CONDENSED STORIES Kaiser Wilhclm Outwitted by a Fat Major of the Guards For once the Germarr War lord was disobeyed on tho maneuver field and the soldier who dared defy him has thin laugh on his majesty guardsharbormajor who is as bad a horseman as President RdSsbvolt declares certain American stuff officers to be How ever when he leas once climbed on wjlbltkJop11ffi b nnt llid lodged The kaiser was informed some time ago that tho major used a step fOr HAVD MOOHTEU MV RESEItYE IIOKSE ladder to mount and needed tho same to dismount hence during re cent maneuvers ho concocted a scheme to see him get oil his horso without tho auxiliary When the sham battle was at its worst tho kaiser sent word to thin major that he must dismount since all horses hndlcen Shot by tho cue my The major received tho mes sage with n broad smile but continued on his elephant That made the kaiser juriolls and he rode up to the disobedient ollicer shouting from afar I sent word to you that your horse was presumed to be lend What in thunder do Ol mean by continuingon the carcassi majesty expostulated the major 1 presume that I have mounted my reserve hofse A Confidential Letter This story is told on Speaker Can non who is a very poor writer One day a member of congress received a letter from him but was only able to make out a word or two Dis liking to annoy Mr Cannon the re cipient of the letter took it to sew eral of his friends who together were able to make out all but one word which was of great import ance because it was underscored Finally in despair the congressman went to Speaker with tho letter to have that oner word inter preted After lookingat it and then at tho congressman Cannon said Whji you t word la cotu1dcnti alL I 2 rii V d rd Id wed rt 4 t6oneRoad WAIchen a bueiaeas JIf ips In tho nrdes prizerr are In kee- those ping 7t1 the main nrds aai q 1 who secsrt thc+o A eopaary pre lmum ma y ted f tbpy tlAY e got full value tot th6 effort put forth in z s the contest How to Enter the Rate J J All that Is necessary ttlnllSr The + Herald contest U to send your rname v and address to the manager of the Coo test Department with te t names of oner or two rellaMe parties who live In the vlelnll Another way to enter the race Is by clipping out a Kw coupons la The JIfirald niMne 1tho1enpr Jto Ji 1 1 iteft or lnutan oi IRraka Lat + r tweed the ages of flfletft sad llrty yrira i 70 Send In your nnran at once If 011 desire I to the taco only extends over a I rfodot nine weeksJuly 1 to Vbguit SI IncSoslve How to Oft Votes Votes may bo secured in The Heralds l contest by clipping the coupons from the dilly piper wnicli count as ono vote and are only valid one week or by securing niiU Hptlons for the daily Sunday and weekly Herald and having sued subscrip paid or In advance A new yearly y bscrlptlon counts fcr 2409 votcsj anew PlJC months kutiscrlptlon counts for 1000 votes nnd so on FUn Information on this point may bo learned by reading The Her aid or writing tho Contest Department for particulars Enter Now It you are elrlble enter tbls copteet at oncl may wIn thit o1 of JlMO in cull or n brand new Z000 auto thenamer latlver s wtLthe ease may dciteotyou tryfr j to get buy In this gigantic contest You p may never have another opportunity to ret surh valuable prizes for so little ef fort Enter the rare before some one else youtiresimply send your name nnd address to the Contest Department of The Herald 0 n 1oulsvIIl Ky and you will receive full Informaton upon every point of the race by return mall J Selections THE CZARS KITCHENS Tests to Prevent Poisoned Food Reach Ing the Royal Table Xo chef In all the world occupies a more peculiar position titan M Eugene Brat the little known but august cor Jn JC d the l Wtrtl kitchens of the Great Whlfirar This remarkable man drifts ti salary rather larger than that of the president of the United States about 33000 a year and Urns paramount control of tile pnliiee kitchens In nil the homes of the Imperial family from 1eterhof the Anltcbkorf the Winter palace tho TsarskoeSelo nil the way to Ilvadla In the Crimea Six times u year M I rata makes tile round of ull the Imperial kltcheusw throughout the empire nnd his pecul I tar position may be realized from the QrIan army this wonderful chef certainly command with absolute authority an anny whose weapons are not tho less Imixirtant for being mere pots and pans Of course u cujhiary artist of such tank as M Kratz docs llttfe or nothing at nil with his own hands but Is rather I an Inventive genius titillating the pal nte of the emperor and his august guests for when the autocrat of all the llusslas wearies of Russian Trench Italian and English dishes I Q must be tried with some fantasy iu has chicken gumbo as mado In New Or leans or some of the delightful sweet dishes of the Balkan states and Tu1Ikey It Is well known that In the kitchens of the czar most elaborate tasting ceremonies lire gone through and when the czar Is In residence at Tctcrhof a palace about half an hour distant from the capital not only M Krntz himself but also his under chefs and certain high ofllclals of the Imperial army are called in to taste every dish that goes to the emperors table after which ex pertinent a reasonable time Is permit ted to elapse to see whether or not tho tasters ore poisoned This curious sur hRJ of other days comes down from the time of Ivan the Terrible St Louts PosfDlspntgh A New Pharmacy Precaution With the bottle of medicine the druggist handed out n slip of paper What Is that J asked the customer A list of the things you should not eat whine taking this medicine said the druggist Possibly the doctor neglected to give you Instructions about that Very often the doctors do forget Druggists used to bo equal ly careless and most of them are yet but wo finally came to be accused lIt so ninny mistakes of which wo were guiltless that In order to save our own reputation and that of the drug trade In general we established a school of dietetics In so many cases where complaints were mado about the med icine not having the desired effect we were accused of using Inferior drugs hereaa It was Injudicious eating that caused the evil results Chicago In ter Ocean Dust In tho Eye Should anything get into the eye ono drop of sweet oil should bo dropped in the corner of it but if bo mortar or limo bathe vitK a weak solution of water and v nti garuousokticport Jl I it tt i ry t eR C TIi2 f t II Newsr4SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE J WISE HAGINS EDITOR A H PATTON r ATTORNEY AT LAW t OVF1CB IX CRAWFORD BLDQ JACKSON KY D arnm1 PHYSICIAN PN suR FoN In opcicn HOURSS A TO 4 Pi n mIN HAIUH8 BUILDING I JACKSON KENTUCKY r- nili2a52S252E1252S25 For Printing Phone 64 FRIDAY AUGUST 9- REPUBLIC TICKET For Governor AUGUSTUS E WILLSON- of Louisville For Lieutenant Governor W II COX of Mason county For Attorney General JAMES BREATIIITT of Christian county For Auditor FRANK P JAMES- of Mercer county For Trn ulC CArr ED PARLEY of McCracken county For Secretary of State ln BEN L BRUNEI of Brcckinridge county Air Supt of Public Instructin J S CRABBE of Boyd county For Commissioner of Agriculture N C IIANKIN of Henry county For Clerk of Court of Appeals NAPIER ADAMS- of Pulaski county For R It Commissioner 3d Dis A T SILER of Whitley county We suppose the Courier Jopr pal willnow have to be good The Campion Courier has read it out of the Democratic party 1 DONT BE FOOLED Dont be fooled Kentucky Colonel By the politicians craft Dont bo hoodwinked by theM shouting All theyre looking for is graft Talk is cheap you must remember When lou hear their Lid On shout Do your duty in November Turn the scheming gangsters out Dont befooled Kentucky Colonel Do not weary of the chase Till the tricksters are defeated And true manhood wins the race Sign again the declaration Liberty Godgiving grace Stand on guard against oppression Neer from duty turn your nco Dont be fooled Kentucky Colonel lonors rule is very plain Stolen office fraud and bribery Never yet brought lasting gain Stand on guard Kentucky Colonel Duty calls you clear and loud Do your duty in November Turn the scheming gangsters out A BAULITZ Lexington Ky To the Democrats of Kentucky Without taking sides in tlto fac tional quarrel among the Demo crats of Louisville which has reached a critical stage the Demo crats of the State at largo need to be admonished that both the State ticket already nominated andsuch ticket as may bo nominated in this city and county stand in immi nent peril of defeat Machine politics could go no further than it has already gone but machine politicians have usu atally some regard for decent apI pearances With the Governor of the State officially the Democratic leader in notorious alliance with the implacable enemies of his party accepting as his organ a newspaper which carries at its masthead Republican Presiden tial candidate and from time 1m memmoriftl 1m villlficd each and every Democrat recognized standing in tho itttelt woifld d tt r 4 f rr u seem full time that upright thoughtful and disinterested Dem Dents having only the good of the party at heart should interpose to save a day that will be surely lost if thcso things proceed unforbiddon and unchecked Got Beckham may think he has the world iqa sling and tin Senntors nip in his pocket but there ought to bQ somewhere Roy alty enough and sense enough tc know that he hasnt Courier JournalA Campaign Offer The Lexington IIcriddan pounces a campaign offer of 1 fnom August 1 to November lf or for 150 to January 1 The Herald will pay special attention to news of tho campaign in Ken ttcky and the country at large In addition to this it covers the news of Central Kentucky as does no other paper It is un excep tional opportunity to get n higli class paper The News willre ceivc subscriptions at this price or we wilf furnish Tho Herald and Tim News for 125 to Novem ber 15 or 175 to January 1 H A MILLER Writes Interestingly 01 Educating Children NED KY 8 5 1907 EDITOR NEWS Through our wellknown and instructive friend The Brcathitl County News I will endeavor tc place within its golden columns 1 few words in regard to education both morn and intellectual Moral education consists in eradicating the individuals mind from the desert abode of savagery to the true type of manhood and and womanhood Intellectual education consists in training all the powers of the human intellect to a vast grand and immense store of every day knowledgeIt that has con verted tho world from Sgnoroncc to the beautiful homes of civiliza tion Without it our minds would be an inextricable chaos an up lettered page cast upon tho vast ocean of unccatainty Now is the time for our parents to educate their children that their childrens chilaren may also grow to full manhood and womanhood for all who may can drink deeply at the fountain of knowl edge There is not a same parent under the great canopy of heaven today that wants to see their children grow Into ignorance and viceBoys and girls should be taught by their parents first of all that manhood and womanhood does not consist in years for there is today many a one who has lived long enough to be a true man and woman but only yet a child Education begins in our life but it has no end Death does not terminate it Wo learn the ele ments of things below above we will study their essence Whatever expands our affec Lions and enlarges our sphere of toeing and makes us feela closer union with tho Supremo Deity shall andtvf11 be continued through innumerable ages Wo in the first instance should consider what we are second what our duty should be and last of allwe should make life grand and useful Who will I am frattcnally yours H A MirLHit Robbins Corn crops are lookint fine in his neighborhood- Mr and Mrs Green Deaton are nsiting riends in Lee cointyLL Jim Wooslcy went to Quick sand Sunday on a pleasure trip S E Martin of South Fork ittendcd church on Quicksand Sunday Our Sunday school under the management of Mr and Mrs Tames Strong is well conducted and has a good attendance CarlStrong while hauling logs killed two copperhead snakes Green Deaton also killed a rattlesnake three feet andeight inches lon tho same dayWHITE ROSE D C Scott Avon Ky says I used Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy after others remediesjiad failed and it speedily effected a cure It bad cured several lerds in myI neighborhood withoiftttho loss otI a single hog i Sold nnc1 Juarantced by Pay Bros Co oJ Ned M C Nence is buying and sell ing stock Tho infant child of A L Miller is very sick G B Combs recently killed a largo chicken hawk Elijah Neace is visiting his brother Joshua of Noble John M Fugato and IJII Miller arc in the coal business Ben Murphy of Hazel Green and Clay Wilson of Neola liar been in this neighborhood buy in1 cattle andsheep Corn crops arc good in this par of the county Prosperity seems to reward our every exertions Let us all work in harmony for peace and goodwill TilE Cinu OF NATUKE FROM ANOTHER COUUKSlONnKXT John H Combs went to Buck horn Sunday by invitation am when he arrived he found tho ser vices had begun which were be ing conducted by a fatalist and he vas not permitted to address the peopleJohn IL Combs and Elias Mul lens visited Turkey creek churcl by order of tho association the fourth Saturday and Sunday in July and they conducted a series of meetings The people seemed to be well pleased with their visit and heartily invited them to come againIf not providentially hindered John II Combs will conduct re ligious services at tho Hnrvcj grave yard above the mouthof Caney on Troublesome creek the fourth Sunday in August Al arc invited If time fatalist brethren have occasion to come they shall be treated with the utmost respect good for evi- lCanoe Peter Stamper has been building a houseHenry Sebastian visited Ilent Turner Saturday Miss Julia Sebastian visited Bill Herald Sunday Miss Allie and Josie Sebastian visited Buck Herald Monday Sarah and Dora Callahan visited Enoch Stamper Saturday night Eli Sebastian and Jesse Turner visited Johnnie Sebastian Saturday night Buther Sebastian is clearing a large new ground for Dan Turner Green Spicerand Mike Reynolds visited Miss Jocie and Allie Sebas tian Sunday Johnnie and Eliza Sebastian visited friends on Longs Creek during the past week Rash and Arch Sebastian of Crockettsville visited Hcnt Sebas tian the past week Arch and Rash Sebastian of Crockettsville anti Fillmore and Nanie Ellen Stamper and Joel Al lie Nancic Ann and Josie Sebus thin of Canoe visited Roger Turners Sunday Crockettsville Josh Aikman of Woburn is visiting his sister Mrs Betty DeatonMr and Mrs John B Lows visited their daughter Lucindu Johnson of Cams branch Sun dayHarrison McDanicl entertained quite n number of relatives Sun day All were much delighted with the pleasures afforded on the occasionMrs Betty Deaton who has been sick a great while is very low Drs Glass and Asberry took about seven pints of fluid from her side last Saturday Her recovery is doubtful Mr and Mrs Elden Riley of Buckhorn and their little daugh ter Bessie J who was found at their gate a few weeks ago were visiting her mother Mrs Nancy Lewis from Saturday till Monday Undo John Keen of Bull creek who is about eighty years old passed hero last week on his- ray back to Leslie county carry ng his saddle pockets on his shoulders Ho said his horse was bitten by a poisonous snake at Vndy a lIons and died I am informed that the people if a portion of tho Middle Fork Icsiro to hear from mo through the columns of Tho News on the f Yy much agitated question of the sale of intoxicating liquors I desire to say that tho problem is ON easily solved The excessive uso of whisky is in a general sense detrimental to everything that isI Christianizing moralizing and up building for the good of the pee tile In a general sense wo will admit thatit is gUll to rob 1 man of anti from times who indulge in its use it will tak their hard earned money from the support of their families cans children to wear bad clothes nnd probably came them to call for bread when none is to be had Time use of liquor is good in adding criminal and penal cases to the dockets of the circuit courts nnd is most efliciont in the addition of criminals before the courts of justice It is good to cause until tor able groans of bleeding hearts or wives deprived of their husband in drunken conflicts Without further discrimination wo wil say it is good for the promotion of almost every evil imaginable To prohibit ho sale of whisky is the momentous question at pros oat Tbhllow the truffle will ndd a little to time wealth of those win care moor money than thoj care for religion or morals a God fearing people can not afford to sacrifice rcliln morals and honor to mId n felt eats to time wen1th of those wAspect u dollar with II highiation than they do tho laws Pgnnd nil the insti tutions of learning in our country The greatest book ofall book says thou Blwlf Imvo no other God but mo Men should have duo regard for qverything that tluw possess but the highest npprecia tion should bo to God and Ilia 1 iws I desire to say to tho citi zens of our portion of the county s and up like men and do what you can to prohibit the sale of in toxicating beverages Respectfully Joirv B LKWIS Turkey LJ Terry is ontho sick list J I Terry of Jetts Creek was hero Tuesday i3 Win N Terry was at Ilcrah Me n lay on business J Terry is having goods haulec from Athol this week lwmthereonB F Caudcll of Turkey wus at Le Rose tho first of the week B inn Clinton Caudell liaV accepted job of making 200 tie for Oscar Terry Misses Lillie and Ruth Terrj and Master Wilson attended church at Jetts Creek Sunday Daniel Jett of Cow Creek passed through here Tuesday moving to Jetts Creek Dr Anderson of Boonoville passed through hero Monday en route to see Mrs Amelia Combs of Shoulder Blade who is suffer inn very much with a carbuncle We arc very sorry to hear of the death of Dr W T Herndon of Booncvillc who died August 5th of typhoid fever Dr Hern don was a cousin of Mrs J Terry of this place The bereaved ones have our heartfelt sympathy The golden gates were opened A gentle voice saidconic And with farewell unspoken lie calmly entered home A COUSIN Quicksand OCllmpbellISunday Walter Gillum I the machine man went to Quicksand Sunday to church Mrs John F Frazier and Mrs John Wilcher pro visiting friends and relatives in Casey county Tho revival has stopped at tho school house in District No 18 and is now on in full blast ut the Harvey Hounshcll school house It seems as though the territory fever is raging in this locality again and some have had such a severe attack that it has carried them away Mike Robison and wife and Muster Ohio went to church Sunday to hear the scriptures compounded by Revs Guyse Isom and Fisher If you want to hear the scriptures compounded from Alpha to OmoJra come over to tho school louso in District No 18 the third t t R i vr Sunday in August and time prench crs will tell you tho rest II wish Ju woudtImvo the ones removed from tin road fror Smiths Brunch to the mouth of South Fork for they seem awfully in time way rape cinllat night when the nrsenu 1 is unlocked amid the contents put in cooperation Wo have some people hero win seem to know everything HIM 1 seem to bo mind readers but when thoroughly examined under n microscopic examination they are like the little boy that fell fron the bed they arc not in it If they pro as wise as Solomon plcasf tell us did you over see Eastci Sunday como on Good Friday 1 OWSU2V COUNTY Booneville Next week is institute week am- a good time is expected by the pedagoguesMonday was county court day and plenty of people were in tow Ii swapping plug horses W B Bullock has returned from a visit to his daughter Mrs A L Pigg of London Ky Tho official count of the primary in this judicial district defeated John C Evorsolo for judge by one vote but he says he wont stay defeated and is going to contest W A Minter and wife of Madison county are visiting his mother Mrs Elizabeth Minter of South Boonoville Mr Minter i- msuffering with stomach trouble in a serious form and is very weak Typhoid fever is raging hero loan alarming extent Dr W T Herndon mind Mrs Sarah Jennings both died hero Monday They hud not suffered long but were badoff from the start Tho doc tors seem to be unable to control the disease from the first- YAIUK BKITMIIKS THE VICE PRESIDENT To Make a Tour of Kenw tacky for Willson At the Republican State headquarters in Louisville work has begun on arrangements for the tour of Kentucky which Vice President Charles W Fairbanks will mnk in time interest of Augustus Will son candidate for Governor nm the Republican State ticket Imt Vice President has agreed to mak six speeches in the State and un less present plans are changed Louisville Lexington Mt Starling nnd Owensboro will hear him to n certainty Bowling Green and Ashland may be addednl though these two points have not been determined upon A letter has been receiredat headquarters from Speaker Can non saying ho has the proposed speaking trip in Kentucky unelci consideration and hopes to be nbk heallIbe heard in Kentucky in this cam paign However the plans of the I Campaign Cominittcc if carried will show that the Republicans lout more active and alert now than were ever known to be inI this State Willson tho gubernatorial nom inee has been adviser formally by former Governor W O Bradley that he will join him on the stump and remain as long as his voice holds out LEE CITY SHOT UP And the Citizens Passed the Night in Terror1 Crazy drunk from moonshine whiskeyn set of hoodlums from the mountains invaded lice City Tuesday night and caused time citizens to puss the night in terror With guns loaded with buckshot tad fortyfourcalibor revolvers the drunken men shot down time doors of tho postoflicc Henry Bry rots general merchandise store the Ohio and Kentucky Railroad lopot and private residences The reign of terror ceasedwith the break of day and the residents found window lights shot out their chickens and stock killed and heir residences riddled with bullets At time order of Justice C M Fallen Deputy Sheriff II L Laulbeo summoned James Ross mid John Thomas to appear before ho court and it is believed confession will be secured from them I Cincinnati EnquirerI n HTIIE BEST NEWS I tI In the Paper Today Is that Day Brothers Company have re one of the greatest shipments ofkiceived Brass Beds ever brought to Jack 1000 in the shipment The Microbes Delight is a Wooden Bed They breed in all the iiucccuible corner and where dust collects In all wooden bell and create a condition of uncleanlineM would not tolerate IfOU would stop to think about It Thrre are no crevices nor Jwnu In 41 Sanluite bed terms havent a chance tn c9JrnilHf O iF nml ij j r All finishedI I In scores s Sanitalrc lied and f finishes you will andfind i perfect sanitary finish I H I PRICES t 25OTOI51OO- l We Have on Hand a Large Supply of + FURNITURE o Doesnt your house need brightening upma bit Come and see our line and let us w supply your wants Every piece or suite h ji carefully selected and exquisitely finished The less expensive kinds have the same style finish and workmanship as the more f ct expensive kind We can please everyone s THERE IS NO NEED For any woman going off to time cities or pitroniing js mail order houses to buynice wearing apparel when YOIIIcan find them in this store and at n loss price than you pay s olsosvhoro Como in and let Miss Ethic Elkins show you our stock of Fine Dress Goods milks White Goods Lncoa Embroidorioa Notions Skirts Hosiery and in fact everything needed bn woman to complete liar outfit Our stock is complete and prices moderate Our Millinery Department Contains the seasons best styles in Pattern flats and Trimmed Millinery Our huh mire of sterling quality ex i port workmanship are made to fit the head perfectly mind I are sold within the reach of all they satisfy tho demands of time most practical We have on hand at nil times a select variety which wu invite public inspection Miss MargaretaBnakei will bo pleased to supply your wants RUGS MATTINGS AND CARPETS AVTe are having good sales on Rugs Mattings and Carpets Wo have some beautiful designs and prices are right COOK STOVJ5S AND RANGES C It always has boon and always will bo a womans delight to have n stove or a range that ia a perfect baker Our supply has moro good qualities than we have splice to own Imerate lryono of oUrs and youll bo convinced r tr GROCERIES AND CANN12D GOODS Our stock innludcs a great big lot of attractive Staple j and Fancy Groceries Our shelves ore now replete with tho finest line of canned goods on time market and you can depend ou them Theylre Hue Whoa you buycoffee and I f flour you ought to know theyre good Wo assure you bothIcoffee and lour bought hero will bo light they loud to the i attractiveness of onebof our delightful hams j The best line of Mens and Womcns Shoes j in Jackson Also a complete line of Jens Clothing and t t For a lihoml share of your patronage wo promise good values polito attention nnd unbounded appreciation r DAY BROS COJ tWHOLESALE AND RETAIL JACKSON KENTUCKY fJ 1 7 i0 is NevsoafCASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAR J St J WISE HAG INS KIMTOII n For Printing Phone 64 Rluc Ribbon Gets 23 t Blue Ribbon Cider goodbye 4limnbids theo got rho hour has drawn nigh Jacksons Trustees have dolivcrc you n purling blow Blue Ribbon Cider goodbye Pledge vo nt purling one brief sigh- Touehe1 with the tender aftergle Of jugs that blossomed but to die Whci tho Hoard of Trustees tagged Bluo Ribbon 2l Beyond our present joy or woe Horizons of the future lie Whither thou gocst none null know Bluo WbboV Cider goodbyo 1P Crawford is taking n much needed rest nt Ashvillc N C- Any picture you want made 01 post card nt Moores gallery Jere Heynolds of Canoe wa hereon business Wednesday Miss Margaret Basket is visiting homo folks at Winchester Mrs lames L Lktle is still sick with fever but it is thought the crisis is past Mr and Mrs J D Vouiij were visiting relatives nt Mt Sterling lust weep Adam Hudson who has been confined to his room with typhoid fever is rapidly recovering Hucy Kiley Robert Riley and Daniel Uiloy of Bushd IJranch were hero Tliursday on business Miss Lizio Cullahun daughter of Sam Callahan of Car oe was visiting relatives hero the first of the week lack Glover and Miss Sylvanii Snonccr of Hobbins were mar vied hero Tuesday by Roy II W Thompson John B Patrick was appointed receiver for Samuel K Patton bj the United States Court nt Frankfort lust weok Tho contractors are put ting down thostono wnlkon Main street from Court street to Broadway which hay been so long delayed f K Blako loft Tuesday to visit relatives in Nicholas county Hen It nndrum is looking after his store during his absence Judgtf William M Beckner of Winchester suffered a slight stroke of paralysis last week am is still confined to his room LOSTAsm ill pocket book with two lint keys which nro valuable to tho owner only Any one finding same please leave nt Tho News office 1 nines S Cope of Taulbee WRS hero Thursday lie is very feeble having almost lost the use of his legs and willis with great difficulty rt Miss Donia Minnix daughter of E II Minnix is very sick with typhoid fever She was takcn sick at ilicr grandmothers at Kousscnu and was brought homo Wednesday Among those attending tho con vcntion from Magolliin county wero Judge M F Patrick Deputy Marshal Asbcrry Patrick County Attorney Noah Patrick and Judge W L May Sum Hurst editor of tho heat tyvillo Enterprise wits here Thursday attending the convention Hi is making a most excellent paper out of the Enterprise which ought to bo liberally patronized On account of bud health S D Flecnors store is closed temporarily Any one wanting work left with him or wanting to lily any jewelry will please cull on G W Fleenor who will wait on them The Union Station at Lexington was opened to tho public Sunday Three thousand people were pros ent when tho first passenger train pulled in This station is ono of tho handsomest and most convcn i ient in the country r I4 Rev1 D Hunter returned last z week from a trip to Bowling Green Mt StoiTilig and Winches 4ter in the interest of the Junior Order O U A M Ho visited IJ 17 councils and reports all in a prosperous condition and doing rt Nell 11 TAFTS VISIT Will Be Made a Big Even at Lexington Arrangements are being matt o by tho Republican County Con mitten al Lexington for tho visit of Secretary of War William Tuft to that city on August 2L Concessions will be made by 1111 the railroads running into Lexington and with reduced rates it iH believed thnt the crowd will be tho largest in Lexington since 111 Brynn spoke there in 18DG Th cooperation of tho Rcpublica county committees in Central an Eastern Kentucky hay Jon so licited by the committed nt Lex ington to insure a large crowd FOR SALE One live room dwelling hous on Lincoln avenue with good well fOOl young orchard and chicken lot all fenced otToThe lot front ISO feet on Lincoln avenue nnd 107 feet deep Will sell cheat nnd on easy terms Cull on FRANK KASIi- Jackson Ky Morgan County Visitors Quito a jollv crowd from West Liberty came over Sunday am spent tho afternoon very pleas nlltlwith tho Misses McQuirc Those composing tho crowd wore Misses Lulu hello franker Lucy Thomas hula Hnnmn Catherim Seitz Ella Burns and Stella flanker and Messrs T J Daniel Sam Metor Glen Haler Jim 3oil5c Colo and Will Carpenter they wore accompanied by tin Misses JiI ore of Caimcl City sad Mr Gambill Cow Bells and Gum JACKSON Kv Aug i07 CuiToit NKWS I heartily agree with Tho News hat cows roaming around Jackson with bolls on their necks are n luisance but they do not anno no any more than some of the oung folks of tho town who arc constantly chewing gum Then in leaving church nnd at other hues ono is compelled to pass L LWhittukcrs peanut stand where R large crowd of men congregate that forget their respect for the ladies Self respect should beau honor A RIIADKH Funeral Meetings Memorial services will bo held it tho grave of Barna Back near Lazarus Backs on Sunday Au just IS by Rev C W 1 Puuli andothers Tho funeral of Joseph Backwill jo conducted Saturday August 10 and of Mrs Katy lack on Sunday tug Itllt the family grave yard near the head of Meat Scaffold creek by Roy C W I Pugh and others The funeral of John W Bad will be preached tho third Srtur lay and Sunday in August at the Uncle grave yard on Middle Fork by ROVH W R Bowling and J II Riggs both of Virginia and A C Cooper The funeral services of the child of G B Maloney wero conducted at tho grave yard Sunday by Revs U W 1 Pugh J B Flinchum William Gillispio anti John W Lowell Preaching nt the school louso at 400 p m by Rev J D Hunter About 500 wore in at cudancc and the best of order rovnilcd T S Shackleford of Finciwtle was hero Thursday attending the onvcntion For good fresh meats breakfast bacon and hams cheap go to- Hobinson S Collins Thomas Cockrill has moved his family to Jamestown North Da cota where ho has a position with n railroad company rW 55 Eubank has bought tho- Oil Springs property in Clark county The mineral waters there ire said to have wonderful medi innl properties Mr Eubank wilt improve the property and pon up a fashionable health re sort FOR SALE A houso and lot on Main street Lot 150 feet front anti about 200 feet deep with n good dwelling house of six rooms two halls ront nnd back porch nnd bath oom Lot sot in all kinds of fruit trees I will soil at a bargain WM BAILEY Jackson Ky I SAMUEL PATRICK Nominated for Representative The convention to nominate 11 candidate lor representative of the ninetysecond legislative district composed of Breathitt Lee and Mngollin counties was called to order in the court house in Jncl son Thursday by Judge W L Mny of Magollin county tho district chairman Slue IL Hurst of Lee county was elected temporary chairman and J Wise Hngins of Breathil county temporary secretary On motion of A IL Patton 1111 tho committees except tho Com miltec on Resolutions were din pcnscd with On motion of A S Johnson the chair appointed the following n Committee on Resolutions J P Adams nnd Chester Gourley of Lee county J B McLin ar M S Crain of Breathitt county land W L May and Noah Patrick of Magollin county who re ported tho following resolutions which were unanimously adopted Resolved First That we np prove of tho time and place of holding this convention Second We reaffirm our devotion to the principles of the Re publican party and hellrtilen dorse tho platform adopted by the State convention nt Louisville and congratulate the people of Kentucky on tho splendid State ticket nominated by the Repub limn party Third Wo condemn the pros eat Democratic administration for the enactment of oppressive rove flue laws for the reckless cxpcndi Lure qf our public money for the abuse of its pardoning powers for tho appointment of partial and incompetent special judges to sub serve partisan purposes for the mactmcnt of fraudulent andtin fair partisan election laws bj which the people of Kentucky have been deprived of tile right of suffrage guaranteed to them by the Constitution and wo con down the unfair primary elections nnd machine politics of the Demo cratic administration by which will bf the majority has theI thwarted and machine thrust upon the people Resolved That n copy of these resolutions bo furnished to The Breathitt County News anti Tin Bcattyvillo Enterprise- On motion tho temporary or ganization was made permanent Nominations were then declared in ordor and on n call of the counties A II Patton placed tho name of Samuel Patrick of Magoilir county before time convention as n candidate for representative in a- very appropriate speech which nomination was seconded by Noah Peters of Magollin couhty In a- very eloquent address There being no other nomina Lions Samuel Patrick was made the nominee by acclamation who Mine forward and accepted the honor in n very happy style On motion tho convention ad our ncd Attest SAM H HUKST Chm T WISK HAOIXS Se- cLOST One palo red cow with white jack has been dehorned Left ny premises about Juno 6th Hull u Jell on with rope collar Anyone knowing the whereabouts of snit cow will pleaso notify MllS IlAWUET ROBERTS Jackson Ky NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS Brcnthitt Circuit Court Nancy Ann Hollidny Plaintiff SoNoticeSheridan Holliday Sc Defts All persons interested nnd nil persons having claims against the state of Grunt Holliday deceased ire hereby notified that I will be fin my sittings at my oflico in the court house in Jackson Ky on ho 20th day of August 1907 for limo purpose of receiving and luditing claims against said estate ind to hear any proof which maybe offered in said estate Any and nil claims against said estate not properly proven will bo rejected Witness my hand 8th day of August 1007 J W CARD WELL MO B C C NOTICE TO BIDDERS Bids will be received by the 3reathitt County Fiscal Court on Friday August 23 at 300 p m or tho privilege of collecting toll on tho now Quicksand bridge Rates of toll same as on the Jackson bridge r ar r Get the Habit Do It Now Habit is tho strongest impulse in man Get the habit of saving and have those savings draw interest and your future prosperity is assured Wo make it easy for you to save and hard not to FOR TWO DOLLARS Deposited to your credit wo will lend you this beautiful Steel Clock Savings flank A safe bunk nntln perfect timepiece for tho home Bring this little saving machine to our bank tho first otj each week or month we alone keep the key nnd deposit the t contents in our Savings Department and we will pay You threeIIper cent on amounts deposited or issue you Time which draw three per cent Tho foundation for every fortune is laid by the saving of small amounts Get one of our Clock Banks today and startI the foundation of yours Jackson Deposit Bank TACjKSON KENTUCKY TH BIG BLUE GRASS FAIR INOOItIOltATCD AT LEXINGTON KY OVER 25000I- n Premiums Aug 1247 6 Big Days 6 25000 KOPPS MILITARY BAND The Great Knabenshue Airship DAILY ASCENTS The Best and Most Extensive List of Free Attractions in the Country 16 Thrilling Acts Each Day16 For Preliminary Prize List and Catalogue address JOUETT SHOUSE Secretary Lexington Ky AN ORDINANCE fI Do it ordained by the Hoard Trustees of tho town of Jackson as follows I That it shall bo unlawful for any person to permit cows or cut the of any kind to run at largo in the streets of said town wearing bells after sundown of each day and any person violating this ordi nance shall be guilty of n misdemeanor and upon conviction be lined ono 100 dollar and for each offense und each costsII shall constitute a separate August G 1907 H T DAVIS Chairman AN ORDINANCE Bo it ordained by tho Board of Trustees of the town of Jackson ns followsThat shall ho unlawful for any person to retail Blue Ribbon cider or any other cider that will intoxi cate in the town of Jackson und any one thus offending shall bc guilty of n misdemeanor and upon conviction shall be lined not less than live 500 dollars nor more than ten 1000 for each offence August 0 1007It T DAVIS Chairman NOTICE OF BRIDGE LETTING Bids for the erection of a new steel bridge 18 feet wide with a walk 5 feet wide on ono side across tho Kentucky river at Jackson on time same site ns tho present bridge nod with steel ap proaches on both sides of time river The old piers to be used with a cross beam IS inches high on them for tho supports of tho new bridge And for tho removal of tho old bridge to Lost Creek and tho erec tion of samo across Troublesome Creek near tho mouth of Lost Creek will bo received by tho Breathitt County Fiscal Court at the court house in Jackson Ky on Friday August 23 1907 at 100 p m The court reserving tho right of I rejecting any or all bids I For further particulars call on or address- SI S TAULBEE Judge Brcftthitt County Court I Jackson Ky OVER In Premiums Notice to Wool Growers In S Chapman representing Phoenix Woolen Mills of Lex ington will be at Elkatawa on Saturday August 17 1907 for tho purposo of receiving your wool fOl carding or manufacture into cloth All orders no matter how small will receive the most careful at tcntion 1912 R A CHILDERS IWITIl GOODS CO I PORTSMOUTH 0 Solicits tho trade of tho mountai people Ho will bo- AT JAGKSOX 13VBUY 30 DAY Dealers will bo notified by postal Save your orders for him lie will save you money fob 1 ly f W H Henderson Ayres Street Opp Post Ofllse LEXINGTON KY DEALER I- NGrain Seeds Feed Wheat ORt and Don Olover timothy Milt Keptimk Ulul4 Qr eo Orchard Oru Hungarian Hay Straw Mill Feed n G W COLLEY PROPRIETOR OF THE L E HotelAG- ENT FOR HIGHLAND NURSERY SMITHVILLE TENN All kinds of FruitTrces Grapes Berries Etc for November delivery = GO TO =F M MCCARTY FOlt STONE and BRICKWORK Moving and raising houses noel all kinds of masonry work All work guaranteed 25flm Jackson Kentucky rollY KlDmC1JIiE IhkM KlOoys aid tlalatm Bilk r P c Jrif PETERSSHOES ARE r vFORTHE SHOES l a I Theyre the Shoes you should call for if yout want to get comfort style and wear at a reasonable price Theyre built in specialty fj t I factories from the most carefully selected I materials over lasts that conform properly j 1 with the lines of the feet J MADE ron us PetersShoe 1 CoSUoU NOTE THE PRICES i Ladies Tip- Bluchers 1 25 IJTipc Hens Patent Calf 3 50 to 4 50f Ladies Heavy Shoes very thing d for country wear 1 65 to 1 85 All these goods are really worthTrom 25 to 50 per cent more than our prices per pair S S TAULBEE I 11JI J MIXED Ii l 1l PAINTS101 11- I 1- ti lust received a full line 11 t tit which we guarantee t W w 111 1- Il f J 3 C 1 Jam l J Will cover more space last J ill longer 11andi1i 1IanyI Iand see color cards and g tWI i prices LJ 1 IlI K Jackson Drug Co Ili 1 1 1 r1 t You Will Get All ThatsI r Corning to Your i = == = = 1 2F F THERE IS NO FAKERY fi- wi GIn our method of business for every dollar 011 us you got one hundred cents value in i I ereturn f o i We Believe in Square Treatment i i Your monoys worth all the time Wo might iii use up n pogo of space talking about our goods f thou you wouldnt know how good they are 0 oi o 3 h COME TO OUR STORE e tJ cnn see for yourselfthats time surest way ig 8 CrazzfoddCoCkJACKSON pP 4Q MONUMENTS Headstones and Markers y0 MyHne of designs are the latest and I can also prepare special ideas pre sented by my customers If in need of work in my line call and see me or drop me a postal card I erect work anywhere Prices reasonable R M SHE L Y Shop Located Near the Bridge Jackson Ky r I a 4ft vJae THE Goon Ru n OEA Encouragement Received In penn f t sylvania and Elsewhere APPROPRIATION OF 3000000 0 Keystone State Highway to Be Im proved During Next Two YearsWhy French Method of Building Roads Should Be Followed Agitated on all Hides the good roads movement la spreading throughout the United States and It In hoped that In u short space of time will have reached torch proportions that congress will tnko a hand In tho betterment of the rood conditions lu this country Al ready many of the state legislatures In the United States have appropriated millions of dollars for the Improvement of the highways the legislature of 1ennsylvnnla recently setting apart 3000000 for work along theso lines during the next two years While this amount Is not us large as many of the good roads advocates had hoped to see appropriated for this pur pose most of those Interested arc well Vatlsfled and feel that the work of bet thIng the highways of the Keystone State has at last fairly started Just what dUiiosUlou will be made of Vic 3000000 for the next two years has BAXTPLE or FINK FUXNOH JIOAD not been settled but It la thought tha It will be spent In bettering the road In counties which are at the presen time most backward In respect to 1m proved highways and which hove not hutftho moneyto compete with their richer neighbors With tho work started In this dlrec thou It will not be long before the high way from Philadelphia to Plttsbur will become a reality and with Its completion tho touring facilities In Pennsylvania will be second to none lu the United States- Americans who have toured In Franca return to the United State with an entirely different Idea of road conditions for nowhere In the world are the highways kept In better condl thou nor the question of roads given so much consideration as they are In the Kuropeau republic Road builder r throughout the world can take lesson from the French In that countr there are 27000 miles of national roads which are bulls by the govern 4 meat and maintained at the expense fofthe government and In the worth I of Mark Twain They look as If the f were Jack planed and sandpapered every day Many of the most Important highways are lined with trees In order that tho rains may not damage the roads Ulio national roads In France are the iiinlu roads connecting large centers In addition to the national roads they fate the roads built and maintained by the commune which Is tantamount to our subdivision called a county At all seasons of the year the roads present the same appearance and the Infinite cure taken to keep them luI tlrxt class condition Is the cause of the desire of all visitors to Europe to spin over the level stretches which abound In Prance In their big motor cars t lllke the method In tho United Status the roads are maintained by having a man take charge of a small section A workman of this class Is cullfd a cautonnler He has a length of from two to seven or eight kilo meters given to him and he takes entire t charge of It the length varying according to Us character If tho road Is tint he has u long piece If moun tainous and hard to maintain ho may have only two kilometers lie keeps the ditches clear tho grass cut the trees trimmed and wherever he finds a depression or little hole In the road he evens the ground with a pick lie hlill a supply of flue stones dumped at the side of the road and fills up the rut with this and tramples It down and whoa he has finished with the detect you cannot tell rtha there was ever a Iole there By th use of this system It can readily be seen that the road comB tions of a country will Improve and are bound to for much more attention Is shown than under that used In this tilltr- rlIhere are many stnfos In this coun i try that do not give the road question muck consideration and It Is with great diWculty that the highways can he negotiated with the automobile but with the national movement for good roads dally gaining in strength It will be only a short time whoa these states will net with the state automobile as sociations In the Improvement of the Llglnen Y14 Ily keeping the highways In high clntw condition It Is an Incentive for tinirlng rind the revenues derived from the tsarists amount to thousands and thiiUKaiuls of dollars In the course of a year With the great increase In the tnet of the motor car In the United filattM during the last year It Is neccs l nijry Unit the highways be kept up to thp xliuidnrd set by mercy of the states undln this way facilitate interstate ninth He Might You say your poker winnthgs- t pay your hotel bills r r1 ei Well would ou call that car- dbdlrdHouaton Post M f Fatiguing Practice Actor have not much of a ra nard for tics havo thor p toJrntro IF lg r- sc Unselfish Tears President Samuel 1 Colt of the United States Rubber company wai discussing in New York the naiica ble trade agreement that lies CCIL made between his firm and the In tercontinental Rubber company- It is bestt he said for com petitors to agree to be fair and honest one another and thi agreement of ours is a fair arid honest one is nut like those where in two rivals while pretending to bo fair yet knife one another conttr ually in tho back Such hypocritica agreements remind me of two chi dren two boys I know They were lunching Billy nni Jack and when the butler brough on the dessert it was scan that there Kvas only one orunio in the frui bucket Instantly Hilly the large boy set up a loud bawling Now whats tho matter Mill the s What are you cry in DillyI Billy answered because theres no orange lorI Jak rnlnIIf you have kidifey and bladdr trouble and do not use Foleys Klllns Cure you will IUVR only youriclf tl blame fur result aR It positively curN all forniil of kidney and bladder dlJ eases Sold by Jackgnn Drug Co The Largest Palace The largest royal palace is Un Escurial twentylive miles north west of Madrid Spain built b Philip II at a cost of 50000000 It is estimated that the total length of all the rooms nnd apartments of this wonderful pile is moro 120 miles A Thing of Beauty The heroes art not all six feet tall Dug soul may dwell In bodies smell The heart that melts with sympathy For the poor and tho weak whoeer It be Is a thing of beauty whether It shine In a man ot fort or a lad of nine DoWittg Little Early Misers don sicken or gripe Small Illl easy II take Sold by Jck oii Drug Oj Never Touched Her Darling declared tho sent mental man I would gladly die R hundred deaths for your sake And so would any other man rejoined the practical maid coldly but the trouble is that one death is a mans limitClngo News Hunting for Trouble Ive lived in Cilifornin 20 year and am still hunting lot trouble In thl way of burns sores wounds bolls cuts springs or a case of piles tin Bucklens Arnica Salve wont qulckl cure writes Charles Walters of Al leghany Slerrpo No use huntlnj Mr Walters it cures every cast Guaranteed hr Jnokton Drug Co 26l Discoverer of the Shot Tower A mechanic named Watts of Brie tol England mod to make shot b pounding out bars of lead into sheets of the required thickness an then cutting tho sheets into littli cubes which he rolled in n barre until tho corners were worn oIl bi the friction One sight he drouinet that he was out when ifr began to rain shot little balls of lead fallinj all about him He remembered hit dream the next morning and wondered whet shape molten lead would take if allowed to fall some distance through the air To determine this he carried a ladlcful of the metal up to the top of a church tower and dropped it into tho moat below Going down lift took from tho shallow water several handfuls of per feet shot Thus dune to him the idea of the shot tower A Valuable Lesson Six years ago t learned a valuahU leBon writes John Pleasant of Mug nolia Ind I then began taking Dr kings New Lile Pub Bad the longer I ake them the better I find them They please everybody Guaranteed Jackson Drug Co 353 FOR THE LITTLE ONES Sheep and Wolf Is a Lively Game For Out of Doors Tear a piece of paper into as nand pieces as there ore players und on each niece write some num ber representing an hour of the day As there are only twelve hour there cun be wily twelve numbers but if lore than twelve are you con make some of the numbers half hours until there is the required mountIOn one piece mTrka cross and hen shake all the numbers in a hat ench player drawingone out The ono who tho cross on it is itor the wolf while tho others players are called sheep- A ring is then fonnod by the sheep the wolf standing in the middle The sheep then call out tonightdny hour he happens to think of 1he sheep then who holds the slip corresponding to the number called by the wolf starts to run If ho can get around the ring three times fore being caught by time wolf- e is safe if not he must bo wolf The game keeps up until all havo hall their turn at uoing wolf and this does not take long for the wolf is not supposed to call tho same number twice Dont acept a cough cure that yOIl- IDlIol be told ii Just as good as Kilnt dye Laxative Cough Syrup because i It iinU just as good there la quite a difference Kennedy1 Cough Syrup aot gently upon the bowels and clean tbe whole system of cough and colds It promptly relieves inflammation of- the throat and atl yi Irritation Sold br Jackun Drug Co Croktrs Autobfogrsyjfcy vlllchard Crokcr writes tu thi Voimm of Irish Society correcting crruncoui Impressions which he hula current regarding himself 110 deuces that he was ever a professional pugllUt 4fi owned n gin palace or that ho was over connected In any way with the liquor traffic Nor was his father n blacksmith 111 yvna Eyre Coote Croker of Count Cork who emigrated to America wile n young man anti through his know edge of horses attained n position In the veterinary department of the Unite States army which ho held for man years New York Sun Orion LnXnti7e rslt Hyrup ii sold under a positive guarantee to curl constipation sick headache stomnc trauUe or ray funs of ImliReslloi If it falls the niRiiufncturei icfuii your money What more can any on Jo Std by JncUson Drug Oi Hope Do you think ho asked her youngc sister there Ms any hope for mot 1 have tried four times to Persuade hlr to say yes but sue always puts me olr I shall not care to live If she nnnll refuses me- Hope on Charley She may keej putting you off but shes busy Jtettln stuff for her wedding outfit Chlca go IleeordIIerald i IWe never repent of eating t little wag one of the ten rules of mild Thomas Jfilersnn president of lilt United States and tIe rule applies to every tne without exception duiln lthot weather because it is hard ror nod even In small quantities to b ingested when the blood Is at high temperature AL this season we shouli sat rparlnplyproperly Ue should IliO elp the stomach ag much as postibl by the use of a little Kodol Fur lid jjejtton and Dyspepsia which will rtsl the stomach by dicetlinlhe food itself Sold by Jnckgon Drug Cu Ths Good They Do ArlineDo moth balls really keep thl moths away- YvonneNo dear but they keep peo pie too far away tp examine ono clothes critically Kansas City Times r Those who have stomach troube BO matter how slight should givi very possible help to the diceHiv irgans so thst the fowl may be di Bested with the least effort This maybe done by taking something that con talus natural digestive proportlg iomethlng like Kodol Fur Indlgeilioi end Dyspepsia Kodol is a preparatioi of vegetable astir end contains the very same juices found In a heallh stomach It digests what you eul Jold by Jackson Drill Co His Forte liriigtoy tolls mo lies doing wonderful work with his present oroployor I didnt know ho was particularly vtron In business lIe isnt lies merely particular strong In talking about business Philadelphia Press John lllhn a prominent dealer or Vlning la says I have been ellni DeWltts Kidney and Bladder Pills ror about a year nnd they give better seth faction than any pill I ever sold Then are a dozen people here who have use tbem and they give perfect salisfactloi In every case I have used them myself with fine results Sold by Jack lion Drug CuAn Old Oak Jail The Brown county lad Jail was wilt In 1837 Tbo walls are three feet thick and built of white oak tluibor The outside and inside walls are built the same as any log house the logs wing hewed one toot square The In fide timbers are mgt up nnd down on 2nd one toot square making a total thickness of three feet No prisoner no matter how serious the crime lies ever dug through these three foot walls Tho building Is two stories high The floors are mado of squuro Umbers twelve inches thick with lumber nailed to timbers bYltat a New Jersey Editor Says M T Lynch editor of the Phillips iurg N1 Dally Post rltlto 1 have used mnqy kinds of medicines tor loujjh and colds In my finally but never inyihlng so goof as Foleya Ilonpy and Tar I cannot say ton much in praise fit Sold by Jackson Drue Co HowsYour Liver It will pay you to take good care of your liver because If you do your Uver wlitake good care of you Sick Ihvr puts you all out of sorts makes you pale dizzy sick at the stomach gives you stomach ache headache malaria etc Well liver keeas you well by purifying your blood and digesting your food There Is only one safe certain and reliable liver medicine and that U- Bedfords BlackDraught For over CO years this wonderful thestandbyInthe favorite liver medicine In the world It acts gently on the Uver and kidneys and does not Irritate the bowels It cures constipation relieves con gestion and purifies tho system from keepingthoPrice 25c at all drugglsti and dealersTest It y Two MIIU1L8ETCHE8 Robert E Lee 2Jy J 1 EDGERTOI Hit ditfwititn was amiable hit ma1lnllIDlislltdhIs It ever In the history or SrDO has the leader of n los received the rommundn Ids toes that lies bee iiccorOod by the north to Robert li Lee Kven though the cause ltsi1 failed this hi Itself Is success Ti meet defeat without bitterness to re main sweet through adversity Is III II personal sense to triumph The crlsl In Ueiiirnl Lees life corn at the outbreak of the war Ho him self wan opK iod to the seceding move meat but when thAt movement cumuli decided to cast itid lot with hU state In future tho Impartial historian maj see In this act n FOI hlstr but he ml1l acquit I co of selfl8h motive eel though he may detect n flaw In hi reasoning for It seems Indlsputahli thnt Leo was offered time command o tho Federal forces about Washington so that lie hat n selfish reason for oil tug the opposite course from the which he did take In the beginning of his life In at outward ways General Lee was pe pulliulv l1lt uu birth was o the lust he being the on of Llsh Horse patsy Lee of Uevclutlonar fume Ills was a splendid education Hi lio Ws spconl In lilY class at lies Point lie Was married to a Custls and In this far was connected wit Washington In personal nppcarnno ho was handsome and of commandln IIPpcnrnl1ce Ills disposition was nrnla Ulo his manner polished Ids heat kindly Ho gained especial distinction in the war with Mexico Ills douicstlt Hfo was spotless Lee was especially popular with Ill army rote leaders have been mon Idolized It Is related of him that hr often gave a command as though uiak log a suggestion Ito took no pnrt In tho acrimonious discussions relating to till conduct Of Ue war but assumtn tho rcsjKnslblllty for all mistakes Ir there were such He was greet In defeat and advised the south to ncccp1 tho results of the war without tout mur Then he accepted the prcsldeuc of a university and gave his lust year to that work UalsliiK From tile Grnv A prominent inanufnitnrer Win A ItrLellor Luen mil N C rrlntCt t mist remarkable experience lie MJ After taking less than tin ie bottles 01 Electric Hitter I feel like one rnlMn from the grave rrlv trouble U Bright disease In the Diabetes stage I full believe Electric HUH will cure 111 permanently for It has already stop pod the liver and bladder compiles duns which ImvB trouhled me ror years Guaranteed JJjckson Dry Co Price only 253 Hide and Seek In Groups Any group ot four or moro play ors can han great fun in the woods or where tli trunro tall grass 1111 other objects to hide behind FlM two lenders Brut chosen by uny of the usual counting out mejjiodi and these two leaders choose stile Then there is a toss a to see which side is it firlt Ice players on this Bido nil lido their oyes ROIl count togoilior out loud up to su 300 Meanwhile the players on the other side hasten away in a grail and hide as completely as possible Then tho search begins When anyone of the hunting party dim covers the hiding group a grca Shout or wnrwhoop is raised an that side lion to count whllo tho other side hides It should be agreed that certain limits or houn darics are not to be crossed When the woods are thick or where then is plenty of underbrush tho sport is fine Ten Years In lied For ten year J wa cmi fluted to mr lJld with disease of my kidneys write R A Gray J por Oakvile hid I vas so severd that 1 could not mov put of the tines I consulted the very left medical skill available but coulr Ittt no relief until Foloja Kidnej Oure was recmnmended to me It lieu ieen a Godsend lo me SuU by Jack iOIl Drug On THe Ladybug Ior the fiirmirs Jlolher Goose hits itibably done an much as any of the grlcfilturul KoIentlsiU wan till re mrkublo dtntcment made recently by Icury GrlHcon rarsoiif who us pro jKor of horticulture U conducting u purse In school gardening at tho Now York iinlveivVy summer school lie replied I am nut poking fun or iKllttllng the blochemlc experts litI their wonderful dtsoovories But rou know the part played lu n rlonl turo by the ladybug The ladybug IIrc9 to eat the aphis or plant louse which Is HO destructive to plants And IIItI you over see n child kill one of theso aphis eating friends of farming I never did If u ladybug lights on a lilldri hand what dues ho do Why ho says Iadybiitf ladybug fly away Iwnlt uud gently starts tho Insect on Its weyMother Goose tins taught Ito Ihlhl to be kind to the ladybug anti liS- a result Instead of being killed these little creatures are cherished nail al lowed to do their beneficent work hay Fever find Summer Colds Victims of hay fever will experience Jreat benefit by taking Foleys miry und Tar as It stops difficult breathing Immediately and heals the inflamed all passage and even If It should fall to cure you it yHH give you Instant relief The li In a yellowback ge Sold br Jackson Drug Cot z FOLEYS KUJNEY CURE WILL CURE YOU of any case of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medi cine Take it at once Do not risk having Brights Dis ease or Diabetes There is nothing gained by delay SOc and 100 Bottles REFUSE SUBSTITUTES TACKSCXNT DRUG GO Slang In Business IlluMralloiH of the disadvantage or cultlviitliig local vernacular and Blan lu ones hinguago are KniiietlniU brought sharply homo to lustmoss turn is Willi llio oiiso In n loiter ivcilvtd thr other duty by a Now York flrm fron one of their corratipoiuleiils In the flr east which trail In part ns follows Will you kindly sctul us n tiuslerm- 4iettbnnry t1lhhkfllt ItnlIIJI RR WO lure nimble to undeiNtund sonic ot the phrasc4 In your letters V Writing on mho th ultimo you say for Instanco fo tint let MpMnrs hand you n lemon In thin deal It they try It 011 pitch Olin for fair right user the plnti to Mr and If he Com lol mole = for n solar plexus The terms used ati foreign to liS nnd we entirely fall to comprehend their significance Ship plug Illustrated Neighbors Got Fooled I was literally couching myself tr heath and lied become too weak h leave my bd such neigh era predier hut I would never rave It alive hut they got fool d fur thunfcB be to Uod was induced lu try DrUigs New DU clvey It took lust four one dollo biitlpi to aoniiilrtttly oiiro the cougi tad restore me to good health writs Mrs Era Uncnpher of Grovertonn inrkn Id ThN KiiiR of ouloh tad cold cures and healer of the throo end lungs is guaranteed by Jickso Drug Co 60o awl Jl03 Trial boat red Hanged Bound to a Chair The nglutlon against mplMI punk moot which wax active In South Afrit tome HUM can has teen revived by dv halls published recently of n acetic nt hc repent execution of n Knlllr at Pre beta When the executioner went to hc condemned mniis till the prbonc made flerre valstauee and struggle violently all the way to tho BcnfToltl At the setifford the executioner nnd til MslstnntH cleverly arced tho man Into a clime where he was bound so the he could not move The man nod the hair were then hanged toxe lien LNist Sixty In Dimmer More than hall of innnkind OYIr sixty years of age surfer Irma kldn aid bladder dillJrlltfI usually eilarg m nt ot prostate glands ThU is hUIII painful and dangerous and Foley Kidney Cure should be taken itth lirit sign of danger as it corrects Ir rHgiilaritle anti has oared many of- Bran of this dUeaxp Mr Rodney But tett lllcltl ort Ma writes 11 slf fend with onlarc0 prostate gland nlll Kidney trouble for years and after tel Ing two bottles of Koleys Kidnv lure T feel better than I have III I wen years altlmuch I tin now PI years od Sjld by Jackson Drug Co When It Becomes a Personal Lost George the look has gone Lot heron 1 never liked her Hut she took till uy currant Jelly and both IIITlJeHt tatilcelothx r Oh let her go dud she Carnal oft tho recipe tor wafllen you like so well Wlmtn that Which way did IIhe go Why dlilnt you call the police Cleveland Ilaln Dealer Keep the pores open mid thefklr dean when you have a emit or burn wise or scrntuh DdWItts Oar bolizid Witch Hazel Salve penetrate the poros end heals quickly bold b Jncksnn DriiR C- uReduced Rates VI- AQUEEN IRESGENTlOUTE DN TIrE 1ST AND 3RD- TUESUATS OF EACH MONTH 10 MANY POINTS SOUTH Vinter Tourist Tickets Now on sale good returning till May 31st 190T For prrticulars write II C KING 0 P SbT A Lexington Ky I RAILROAD TIME TABLES 1 UERAILWA1 1VINlllt TIME TAlJIX Kl KCTlVi NOV 1St 1900 k Nb1 NO 1 WEST HOUND Dail1ilily Ex Sun AM p- Lv n Tnckson 0 10 2 2C O K Junction 0 15 2 2 1 Klkntawa 0 20 2 JQ Athol 010 2 52 TallcBU 0 49 a OC St Helens C f9 I- lictitlyvillcJunct II 7 07 a 2C Torrent 7 10 1- Campion 41 Junct 7 48 3 57 Dundee 7 5T 1Oa Filson SOJ 411 Stanton 8 IS II2G Clay City 8 25 4 3u L E Itinct 9 00 ft 07 Win hestcr 9 12 5 20 ArLcxinuton ft 55 6 or xo 2 NtI EAST BOUND Dail1uily Jx Sun 1 fiM rAMLv Lexington 2 25 7 35 Winchester 8 10 8 13 LEJunct 825 820 Clay City C QO 0 02 Stanton 410 II 10 FilsOn 4 20 0 22 Dundee 4 37 9 84- Campton Tnnct 1 41t nJS Torrent 4 87 051- HeattyvilloIunct 5 18 10 17 St Helens 5 20 10 25 TullcKa 5 37 10 35 Atliol 5 45 10 43- KIkatawa 0 00 11 10 0 lvJiinct C 10 11 15 Ar Jackson GIG 1120 CONNECTIONS- L E TUN JlIONTrnins Nos 1 anti 3 will mako connections with C 0 Ky for Ml Sterling CAMPTON JUNCTION All trains connect with Mountain Central or Pine Ridge and Ctmiton13EATTYPILL r t1UNOTION Trains Nos 2 and 4 connect wi- thL1 Hy for passengers to anti train UeattillcIO 3 nod 4 with thc Ohio Kentucky I for local stations on 0 K Hy CIIAS SCOlT G P A I a I ol K RAILWAY i KFFKOTIVK NOV 10 1t0 J t W ICST HOUND DailEx Sun II 1ST CJlh ClAJSt 4 c Ar K M LJaelsdn t 11 Ofr 3 00 O 1C Junction 11 15 8 lO Frozen 11 ala 33 Vanclevo 11 38 3 12 Williurst 11 44 JJJ 52 HaiDpton 11 51 4k05 Hose Fork 12 05 ati 30- Lro City 12 13 145- llelcclmwa 1210 155 Ar Cannel City 12 35 6 20 J EAST HOUND Daily ExSunUl- iASK2n laj04ASe A M I U Lv Canncl Gily 7 10 1 00 llelcolfiiwn 7 33 1 17 Leo CHy 7 45 1 23 Hose Fork 8 00 1 82 Hampton 8 24 1 44 Wilhurst 8 87 1 51 Vanclevo 8 47 U 67 Frozen 8 50 2 01 225ArSunday passenger train leave Cannel City Itt 1 00 p m returning leaves Jackson at 4 00 p in M L CONLKY Goo ZHcr rMountain Central i Depart Arrive t f 45 a m Campton 11m a in 145 p in Campion GOO p in Arrive Depart S 00 a m Compton Jun 10 05 a m 4 00 p m Campton Jun 4 10 p in Make connection with aU L E passenger trains i KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGSr IWITH Dr Kings i- New DiscoveryiI FOR cOUCHS OLDS IiliaALL THROAT AND LUNG IAND MONEY TROUBLESI Want a Farm t OR A TOWN LOTiOur list of farm lands slid town ItS in I ail1II SOll = I I It doesnt cost you anything to getIwhat you want through us If we havent got what you want AVC get it HAGINSBLANTQN REAL ESTATE JACKSON KY ritM Here AVe Are I The Celebrated HANAN SHOEThe Dost on Earth PRICE 63 5 00 P R 1 61 I For Sale By j Y BROS 00IDA aQgo Ioqtooly k Kodolt FOR DYSPEPSIAaDIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Rtllmi Indigestion Sour Stomach Belching of flat sit tirxmooKLr ATTHii o ATO ve r- EC DoWITT Ie COMPANY CHIC AGOI1Ie f JAGKSOKT DRUG GO2J r r A bY