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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0- I I Best Advertising llediunlIi N IN DREATHITT AND i nW7 7 0 + J WHK HAOINB Editor and Publisher NwsIA1ER DvoTvD i f1INrIN I18Olr IK2 Il NTCURT OKK DOLLAR PEAVolume VI Jackson KentucWj lr Il 61r1 1907 Number 42 t FiariFifFiJdriFi Ft FFFstt trFiF FiFsFfir Ft FiFifFiFti- rF l CLEAN OUT SALE iF G iF VF- n it p In order to make room form m fcOiir fall goods ivo have of i thrown on tie market a F aF f oT 0F fi m wF 6oooFF F ltdens Boys Ladles and oF F i Childrens RcndytoWear i F i i Clothing Furnishings und l- n Shoes Dry Goods Notions S- tf t ff 1iandg- it G stoleryA Y j y F s 1 AT COST 0- G g Thus sale includes all our spring S G + and summer goods and is the great sF i i1 est money saving opportunity ever J 0 offered to the citizens of this section t F EUSTER ISMCS SF k Fa F- tiiiri3Ftitr tt h Fi FhFFttF aaQGGt 5252r urZSSZ525urcSZ 52S2Ssawsii5252S252525t 4t 6r KLOWHJAY President J SAMLlLKAp TiuCashicr F P CIIAWFOIIDVice Prcs W S 1 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writeB VENT 101 E Main Lexington Ky BEAM JR n UONGERFORD St Louis MoLouievflle Ky b M y 1 YS BREATHift tO NEWSi A to or 24 to 17 31 r or to T P A J C A G P A O D P A iI0 w w I MEOPERICULO Peppered Paragraphs on Things Political if Not Not Otherwise IIV SEXATOIt 1IENJ SKWBM If nobodys noticed you you must be small If nobodys lighted you you must be tall If nobodys bowed to you you must be low If nobodys kissed you youre wily we know If nobodys envied you youre a poor elf If nobodys llattcretl you flatter JourscllIIf nooodys cheated you youre a knave If nobodys hated you youre h slave If nobodys called you n fool to your face- Somebodys wished for your back in its place If nobodys called you Htrrnnt or scold- Somebody thinks you of spiritless mould If nobody knows of your faults but a friend Nobody will miss yofl nt the worlds end v- If nobody clings to your purse L like n fawn jNijbodyll run like n houndwhen its lone If nobodys eaten bread front your store- NobodyIl call you a miserable bore If nobodys slandered you hero is our pen Sign yourself NOBODY cipher monjr men 0 Prejudiced and unrefined are epithets that arc hurled at me and my articles by those who cFaira to be unbiased and finer than dot hair I hue been vaccinatej aLviili tttfofc tririnsT t1 prejudice and thought the stuff was injected deep enough to take to an alarming extent but I could be mistaken as I unlike some earthly angels make no claim to infalla bility If I am not refined I can not help it and am not responsi ble for being deficit in the graces that would shufllc off the charm of nature and crown meself with a gold tusk gouge out my eyes for a pair of flashing spectacles empty the parlor for n pair of poodle puppies choke my fin gers with diamondstudded rings and pinch my toes with screeching yr shaped shoes I am plain blunt Ben n product of unironed nature dancing not to the capering shines of showy aristocracy I nm no liner than the country that produced me could not bp told if God made a mistake in creating a jagged country that belched forth products of its kind I nm not re sponsible for it I have lived all my life in the wooded lands that abound with polecats and skunks I have smelt many n one I havo caught many and if it is unre fined to say stink and skunk I joyfully plead guilty 1 have seen buzzards vomit and if it is unrefined to say puke I gladly plead guilty to the indictment and thq only defense I can offer in mitigation of my crime is thun derous brainstorms As to the charge of being prejudiced I might be but I am not so prejudiced but what I will up and confess This is more courage and manhood than my accusers have No doubt many of my accusers are so defunct in brains that they do not know the first element of prejudice Any Republican that would get offended at the writings of Lon Hovormalo in the Camp ton Courier has more prejudice about him than sense any Repub lican that gets mad at any of the hot air articles published in any Democratic paper has more preju dice in him than sense Hotter tho articles the more pleasure I take in reading them not that I endorse what is said but because I delight more in viewing n hot live gentleman than I do in viewing n dead cold corpse On the other hand any Democrat that l I 1r- elfrerJ t my arti Is tho- yery imll of diedSnarrowmin e tug potitirsliiticoJnnd the rent God s do not write to plosqtlfapubljL they write to nif andjsquirm titin nell and a Iemocratiftlapcr tldtt ipso soft sopped thatitJcnn not hiako me twist arid Efftlym wcfald not be allowed to disgrace my household I read the Stain Journal the hot test peppercfjljlivc baby whining for the spidoih milk of Gocbel ism in the State Democrats whoso stomachs ur too weak to digest eachtvicek lkSe administered by The JJreat1l1 News and The Yellow iWckctfieed to take a wh ile lodge tflnclcnnsing purgn titerolrered j br Ben Sewcll in his Meoit Jtcdlumhus o9Io Fulks bus collapscdh 1lovcrmalo seems to ha ji Gdthe invisible choirln Di T1am all alone- doiltg and ant like flnrgis what rJJt aS41 The news came so suddenJS if10 announcement tint Jim HargjkVatendedto launch a paper byt1iolname of The Mid n igllteriwith6ni Ounce Hazard Otis Paljard its thief pen pusher that t cnjoyedor awhile a siege of cholera iiorbus The name is so appropriate t it strikes me that every feififist assassin out law and desilferaclo of the State willreJoice arvt rejoice that they are to have anjorgart at least in name so typicalof their cause- D us theJ pamned please inl spite of low ant the Hogbacks Immediately 1crthQ first issue of The llidnighter contemplate launching n rcjlr hive terror that will boO Iconoclastic and bumble beeistic to u lI rcttu well and the n sissinkribuiterj tvlllbe knotn as The HogbsK13 i Il wlio want 10 feast on n lsquare mdof Ernslt lo2b lit Jhot pepperedand smelled with carbolic ncidwill 1IIe send names and the necessary spondu lix to JuJe11Viso llagins the chivalrous and unterrili deditor of The Breathitt County News who has done as much to wrest Breathitt county from misrule and outlaws as any one man in these diggins Stand by him or you perish Campion Kyt Aug 1107 ALL OVER THE HOUSE Directions For Compounding Rose Jar Household Lore To fill n rote jar pluck the petals rackthema glass or enrthemvurc jar When all arc gathered empty the jnr upon a broad platter and loosen the massed petals that the salt may reach every part Break lumps and youhoveMix well with the saltedroses four drops of oil of rose ten of oil of cliiris twenty of oil of melissne twont of oil of eucalyptus ten of bergamot and two drams of alcohol one ounce of powdered orris root half an ounce of violet powder and the same of rose and of heliotrope powder onehalf teaspoonful of mace a quarter teaspoonful of cinnamon and the saute of cloves loss and turn the petals until the oils cud powders are thoroughly incorporated with them and pack in a clean jar Cover and set away to ripen It will be fragrant for years if kept in closely covered jars Helpful Hints To remove grease spots from carp gallTo with salt water and Wipe dry with clojju cloth Wash furniture before varnishing with hot table beer In storing away stove pipe brush over with a gill each of linseed oil and kerosene ahda tablespoonful turpentine To clean spots on leather make a paste of meal potatoes vinegar turpentine and dry mustard Rub oil when dry Grape Juice Stem the grapes put in a crock ami wash Coyer the grapes with water Boil till the seeds separate from puln then strain through ofII quite a thick sirup and can as any When ready for use add whateverI t r IL 7 11 I r n s trT 1fW t THE STATE FAIR To Ic Held in Louisville September 1621 Tjio State Board of Agriculture whichrecently purchased the Douglas Park Jockey Club nt Louisville for permanent grounds for the Kentucky State Fair has not been able to close negotiations because the Title Company em ployed to clear the title and guar jintco it has found that a part of the land bought has been dedica ted to public uses and therefore there play be some trouble in clos jng the roadways at least there will be a delay of a few months In the meantime the BOard has asked the owners of Douglas Park to lease theta the park for holding this years fair with the under standing that as soon as the title is cleared the property will be taken over by the State Board This Mr Cella has declined to do it is understood although there is n probability of the platter be ing adjusted within a few days The State Board is determined that it will not take over time prop erty until time title is perfect This may mean that the fair this year will be held nt Churchill Downs where it was held last year in stead of on the home grounds of the State Fair as was hoped Under any circumstances the fair is certain to be held at Louis ville on the dates mentionod and wo are asked l y the State Fait management to say to The News readers that the plans made for tine State Fair are maturing rap idly and Satisfactorily and that they cart assure every Kcntuokian that the fair iIf bo tie biggest one ever hjeld in the South I war of exhibits departments1itl the way of nmusQmenV features intiu ivR yoft music and in the fwny oflitlendnncc ftrmB dyftlLF1ffi1tH The mutilated Lodof Charles 1 Mead was found last week on Ross Creek in Estill county by Isaac Jules Meads brotherin law who identified the body by the clothing andshoes arid two leather bands which Mead wore around his wrists It was shown at the inquest that Mead had been murdered by being shot the ball striking him in the back of the head entering the brain It is supposed Mend was murdered for money which ho was known to have had on his person Mend was wanted in Scott county Virginia on the charge of mar dering and robbing A1 Porter of 600 and killing n deputy slier iff who was pursuing him A re ward of 900 had been offered for Mends arrest by the authorities of Virginia Sheriff James P Size more of Lee county came so near capturing Mead last winter that Mead left the house in which ho had been located by the officer with only a portion of his clothes leaving behind two revolvers which the sheriff secured This was the last heard of Mend until time finding of the body Judge Charles 11 McDowell Democrat of Danville and lion Dr Gray Falconer Republican of Lexington have been appointed State Election Commissioners for the year U 07 The State Elec tion Commission will meet in Frankfort Wednesday August 28 to select county commissioners for each county in the State which will in turn name the precinct officers for the November election On account of bad health Sr Dr Flcenors store is closed tempo rarily Any one wanting work left with him or wanting to buy any jewelry will please call on G W Fleenor who will wait on them Arch Cornett of Daisy was here on business this week John Martin of Vest was hero Tuesday replenishing hisstock of goodsJohn Craft and Jo Lovely of Rousseau were hero on business corTuesdor N f rThe Largest CirculationO- F ANY PAPER IN THIS SECTION The Louisville Herald toIAward 10000 in Monday July 1 The Loulivllio Daily ttcekl Herald Inaugural 1 a voting contest In Which JlOneo in prizes will IK awarded the women of Kentucky and Iidljni T t rlm adopted fur awarding these prizes la the falret con ceivable and no clement of luck chance or KfflnR outers into tho The campilgn la to be conductedalong lesltlmuli conpetltlvs lines and every woman who enters the race will have art equal ojiporiipty to win a ftntt prize whether she n i Mp In IxjulEvlllo or a town of much smaller size The Prizes The prlzp offered by The Herald are the most liberal ever K ven away by any newspaper in the South The capital prlzo of the JloOOO context Is JlBOO In cash This large amount of money wll be given to the woman who secures the largest number of votes In the entire contest rccirdlcss of district limitations As the contest runs but nine weeks the winner of this prIZe wl earn per week for nine weilts Resides the capital prlzo there ore two Other grand prizes eariatrua of two 1907 model automoL is G e of these machines Is a bnnd row Aerocar purchased direct from the firuvy for the express purpose of awarding lIas a prize In The Ifentfs contest The other automobile Is a runabout orol i valued nt IC50 brand new with every modern Improve ment backed bjr the manufacturers and the local ngent One of these machines will be awarded to a candidate In Louis vIII the other to n candidate residing In Kentucky or Indiana outside of Loulavllle Tho candidate who secures the largest number of vote of the two automobile winners vrlll bo given choice of the ma chinesThe contest Is divided Into twent flvo districts Each district will receive three prizes Tho llrst prze in each district will be a free trip through the Eastern States Including visits to New York At luntlo City llilladelphui Baltimore Washlngon Norfolk and tho Jamestown Exposition Cvcry cent of tho expense cf the twenty avo tourists from the tlmo they leave homo untl they return will be borne br The herald One of these free trips will then be awarded to the candidate In each one of tho twentyfive districts who secures the largest number of votes In her own par ticular district Tho number of ole1 accorded candidates In one district has no bearing whatsoever upon the number of votes accorded candidates In other districts This equalizes the competi tion and gives every one who enters Ire race an opportunity to win InthisKentuCkYIand lubscrlptlons particularsEnter trytGelseInpsimplyfullirdormatnn Want Farm OR A TOWN LOT fa QUI list Tito arid townsin Iclndpsith hngf in IlMDthittren1 JJ Jackson vIt doesnt cost you anything to get what you want through If havent got what you want we get i- tHAGINSBLANTON REAL ESTATE JACKSON KYIA LITTLE NONSENSE Other After Dinner Speakers May Profit by This Example Tire popular after dinner speaker rose to respond to toast Gentlemen he said the pectedly flattering manner in WhiChJ your toastmaster has this evening reminds me of story which strikes me as being appro priate to tho occasion By the way how many of you have heard the story of the Pennsyl vania farmer and the young wolf ho bought for coon dog P Will those who are familiar with it from hay ing listened to it half dozen times or more please raise hands An overwhelming majority of his hands Thanks gentlemen he said I shall not inflict it upon you With their rapturous applause still ringing in his ears he sat down lie inndo tho hit of the evening Chicago Tribune Guilty Bacon When man hears noise and starts suddenly it is ti sign ho is guilty of something is it notIsgbertYos if it happens to bean automobile horn him its sin bos guilty of being on earth onkers Statesman Varied Experience The Lady Yes I advertised for cook You have had experience I suppose Tire Applicant Sure an Oi have mum Its mesilf as worrkd fcr dozen famblies months mUlIISt LouisPost Dispatch Too Late What have you to offer to olTset these charges asked tho court EC vcrehYItot thing jedgeu replied tho prisoner not unless you can get my lawyer ewa no first rilki if Tho second and thrd prizes In each ono of the twmytlvo districts are gold watch and a business college scholar ship lu the order named These prizes arc In keeping wlh the main awards and those who secure these secondary pre mmms may rest assured that they have got full value for the effort put fotth in the contest How to Enter the Race All that Is necessary to enter The Heralds contest Is to send your name and address to tho manager of the test Department together with the names of ono or two reliable parties who live In the vicinity Another way to enter the race Is by clipping out a few coupons published dally In The Hernldlfilling them out the Contest department of The Herald Louisville Ky Woman resident of Indiana or be tween the ages of Send In your name at once If you desire to compete as the race only extends over period of nine weeks July to August 31 inclusive How to Get Votes Votes may be secured In The Heralds contest by clipping the coupons from the dally paper which count as one vote and are only valid one week or by securing subscriptions for the dally Sunday and subscription counts for 2400 votes new six months subscription counts for 1000 votes and SO on Flfl Information on this point may be learned by reading The Her ald or writing the Contest Department for Now It you are eligible enter this contest at once You may win the capital prize of 1500 In cash or brand new 120 auto mobile If you are not eligible enter the name of your wife mother sister friend relative or sweetheart as the cue may 110 and help her win a prize It will cost you nothing to nominate a candidate to get busy In this gigantic contest You may never have another opportunity to get such valuable prizes for so little ef the Contest Department of The Herald by return mall t a f I I of lendsJfM Ji J JT l = 1 t us we a a a I a a their a a u a I a a a to a Con a 1 a I a a- NEW r YORKS DIVESI 1 th1I f pollcelhave y Ing occupants and patrons of the ap proach of a hull or any other sus pected person Icy the way these places are never referred to In the ver nacular as dives or joints for tho vocabulary of the inventors of slang changes ns quickly as a word comes Into general usOsO a suspected place Is now always referred to as a dump Warning of the approach of a police man or detective Is given by menus oC an electric buzzer Formerly tho push button connected with the buzzer was concealed under the edge of the bar la front or behind a water pipe This device however was discovered by the police who thereafter on entering n suspected place kept a closo watch on tho barkeeper and gave him no chance to press tho buttone4 Then came the prong device This consisted of two small metal prongs projecting from the edge of the wall When a man suspected to be a limb of tho law entered the door the barkeeper carelessly placed a COlD across the two thus a circuit and caus Ill tJhllnow a lookout Is stationed outside the dour of a dive He apparently Is a lounger but hn scans closely by a quick i1 glance the face of every person who enters If a than doesnt look all right tho lookout presses his foot which has a copper plate untied to thei surface of the cellar doorway outside This makes tho circuit and causes the buzzer to get busy BO that by the time tho bull throws open the door the occupants who are wanted by the police have had time to make their es cape and those who remain are seatedeat tables harmlessly drinking beer or engaged In a friendly game of peuuchlu or whist Everything Is apparently ou the level and thp bull Is forced to withdraw without having been able to obtain any evidence New York Press I The Camera It kodak pictures turn green or yet low la epots by redippIng them at an other printing and placing In the fixing bath again they often can bo nmdo parr feet A1TZ e if J a n rva1aj The Breathitt News SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE J WISE HAGINS EDITOR f A H PATTON AT LAW flATTORNEY OFFICE IN CRAWFORD BLDG R JACKSON KY FS2S252rnIJi GOfllrn m JACKSON lsS2S2S225252Ss For Printing Phone 64 FRIDAY AUGUST 16I REPUBLICAN TICKET For Governor AUGUSTUS E WILLSON- of Louisville For Lieutenant Governor W II COX of Mason county For Attorney General r JAMES BHEATHITT of Christian county For Auditor FRANK P JAMES- of Mercer county + For Treasurer GAIT ED FARLEY- of McCracken county For Secretary of State Dii BEN L BRUNER- of Hrcckinridge county For Supt of Public Instruction J S CRABBE of Boyd county For Commissioner of Agriculture N C RANKIN of Henry county For Clerk of Court of Appeals NAPIER ADAMS of Pulaski county For It R Commissioner 3d Dis A T SILER of Whitley county STiTTCrawford of Athol wag here on business Monday Wm Belcher was visiting rela tives at Crockettsville from Friday till Monday A marriage license was issued to Benjamin J Hall of Lincoln Ill and Miss Nola Thomas of Cannel City Judge W II Blanton and Hon t Martin T Kelly were at Frankfort last week on professional business A 13 Ilatton and John Terry Robbins are attending the fair at Lexington Mr Terry will also visit his brother in Missouri before returning Misses Lula Belle Manker and Florcss Seitz returned to their home at West Liberty Tuesday They were accompanied by Miss Josephino McGuiro J Eo Beach of the Census Bureau is here getting up the sta tistics of the marriages divorces and other judicial statistics of this county This is under the direc tion of tho census and will be im portant information for the public S M Wilson of Jackson who travels for the National Biscuit Co had a stroke of paralysis of the right side at Hotel Seelbach this city Friday night Dr Camp hall was summoned and succeeded in restoring him to normal condi tions and he left for home Satur day PikovillcPlaindealcr Attorney General Hays is going to leave Kentucky for goodfor Boilkham and Ilagers good There is no place in old Kentucky for any Democrat who docs not align himself with the BcckhamGocbel machine Carlisle Lindsay Black t burn and McCreary have been practically eliminated and exiled j from Kentucky politics Marse j Henry would bo made to follow suit and leave Kentucky but the great editor has too much the metal of the gladiator and the in i vincible victor in his makeup r to be dictated to or scared by 1agang of political shysters whose is dirty machine politics and whose noble desire is to enjoy the spoils of public office Mays vllle Ladaor i r r A BANNER COUNTY To BreathittiSunday The Sunday school convention of Magisterial District No 1 was held in the Christian church Wed nesday Though there was not so very many people out to the ses sions yet the convention wus a success There were some excel lent speeches made on various topics concerning the Sunday school and they would have benclittcd every one of the members of the various Sunday schools and churches had they been there One church was not represented by a single person or delegate and sev seal of the speakers failed to come when with a little clTortthey could have been there If there is one thing the people dislike it is to 1a v pearance In the business meeting a motion was made and carried that Rev C M Summers president J II Newland vice president I and P 0 Dortliick secretary and treasurer the old ofllcore bo re elected for the ensuing year Tit j convention then adjourned This convention is but the beginning of larger things It is our aim to holda convention in every Magis terial district and thus place ou county as one of the banner counties in this State in Sunday school work P O DEKTHICK Sec REV C M SUMMERS Pres I WINCHESTER DAY At Jamestown Exposi tion13 Both Ways August 23rd has boon designs ted as Winchester Day nt the Jamestown Exposition Edito- R r u Perry of The SunSentinel has arranged for an excursion leaving Winchester August 20 at noon Tho railroad fare for the round trip with privilege of returning via Washington D C is 13CO with a limit of twelve days This will probably be the best opportunity of the season to attend the exposition The Likeliest Kind H dogs could talk I wonder whal sort of remarks they would prefer I Imagine they would ilo best nt- bhluli retorts =niiltliiiuru American Ruled Out When I the university Shall leave with my diploma see Me rule tho universe said he Alas hed no diplomacy Harrcr Weekly STRAYED OR STOLEN From my pasture on August 8 one aged bay mare about 16 hands high saddle marks across her bade and shoulders short tail Also one dark bay mule 14 hands high about 2 years old I will pay rea sonable charges to any one taking up said stock and addressing me at Cow Creek Ky LEE REYNOLDS Dont Miss This Picnic L II Whi taker is preparing for a largo attendance at the pic nic to be held at Beech Grove near Jackson on Saturday August 24 Come and bring a friend Goodmusic and dancing will be one of the features of the day Goodorder will be maintaincdand every one can attend with that assurance RedHeaded Twins John and Robert Caudill mer chants of Cannel City redheaded twins accompanied by their wives who are also redheaded twins arc to visit the Jamestown Exposition at the expense of the managers of the exposition Friends and rela tines are often confused as to the identity of the men so great is the resemblance The resemblance of their wives is no less remark able and it is expected that they vile attract much attention during their stay at Jamestown In this issue of The News will be found the card of Dr Ilimlin Hurst who has located in Jackson for the practice of medicine Dr Hurst has just completed his course at the Kentucky School of Medicine at Louisville andcomes well equipped for the practice of his profession We recommend him to all persons concerned as a young man of high character and well worthy the profession he has chosen Miss Ida Mao Rifle left Wed nesday to attend tho fair at Lex- Ington She will return via West i Liberty where she will tow weeks with her home folksl J H HUDSON IREV Answers a Writer and Makes an Explanation EDITOR NEWS In the issue of The News of the 9th inst there appeared in tho correspondence from Ned an item from some writer who did not sign his name in which ho snit ho went to Buckborn to attend church by invitation and when he arrived the meeting had begun and was being conducted by a fatalist and he was not permitted to ad dress the audience I do not know who extended the invitation to the gentleman but I do know it was not given by a so called fatalist for tho Bible says If any man come among you and bring not the doctrine save that which has already been preached ask him not into your house neither bid him Godspeed if you do you are a partaker of his evil deeds And this is the cause of the socalled fatalist not inviting gentlemanAt ent time J can not tell whothor I will bo present at the services to bo held at tho liar nay grave ardon the fork on the fourth Sunday in this month or not but If I should have tho- r opportunity of doing so I hope I will be invited by a so called fa talist Respectfully REV J II HUDSON Machine Democracy In the old times the Democratic party stood for the rights of the people stood between the people and any organizedoppression stood for an eilicicnt and honest and honorable public service stood for prompt acquiescence in the will of the people exuressed at tho polls and for ft strict regard for the law as Interpreted by the courtsIt ms all these things have passed away The Democracy of the present day as expounded and applied by the machine which right or wrong is the Democratic partyis a very different thing altogether It e It must in ovitably go to disaster when the laws are enforced and honest men are put in office It can retain power only through such prac tices as prevailed throughout the city of Louisville ut 1 lOri It cnn succeed only when the police force of the city becomes tho arm of organized violence protects crooks and thieves arts as guide for re pesters slugs private citizens who date to resist tho decrees of the machine Democratic success ac cording to these exponents of modern Democracy rests solely upon fraud violence and corrup tion and when these things are exposed when these things are altered and an assurance of fair elections given to the city then Democratic disaster is inevitable Louisville Post To Remove Rust For removing rust from polished steel an mixture is I by taking ten parts of tin eight parts of prepared bucichorn and 250 parts of spirits of wine These ingredients arc mixed to a soft paste and rubbed in on tho sur disappearsEngineer Baby Bands Take the best parts of soft old woolen underwear and cut two pieces 7 by 8 inches Stitch the sides together with embroidery silk Take two pieces of ribbon strap3This Tomato Salad For a pretty and most delicious salad use solid ripe tomatoes ns manyas persons to bo served wash portion crisp chopped encumbers then place crisplettucemayonnaise or French dressing Dry Cleaning Hairbrushes To clean hairbrushes take a cup of cornmeal and fill the brush rubbing gently with the hand As it absorbs the grease and dirt shake it out and use fresh meal till tho brusfi is cleaned thoroughly This is bet ter than ammonia as there is no water to injure or loosen the back of the brush The Waterfall GreeneYou often hear of the tohurtalwaysfalls Fixing the Dram Dont you think automobile aC- cidents are inexcusably numerous P Of course I answered the motor enthusiast The public qulckerWlhlngtcm y r Clem Mis- S l l E rjand hauling in his coal preparing for winter i Etihuandiley demons loft here last Tuesday for Wyandotte I T on n visit TheM P S held its regular meeting hero Saturday and live mew members were initiated A C Wilson of lower Quick sand is here having boom los cut for Ohio Valley Tie Co Blanton Brothers are moving their mill here to Capt F W Fletchers place to cut and lot out the timber 4 The members of the M P Sal South Quicksand will march to tho Putsoy Back grave yard Sun day August 18 Ben Clemons bought a mart last weekfrom Mrs Prudie Miller for 55 and sold her three days afterward to Major Barnett for 62 Quicksand i William Sowoll and wife and Sari Combs and wife visited Mrs Mrs Short Combs Sunday Sol and Sam Fraalor Walter Gillunj and Mike Robison pact gone to tho fair at Lexington G T Strong is preparing to builda new dwelling house on the farm he recently purchased of G W WhUnher Sam Alex and Sol Frazier Ar thur Snowden and Shell Comb were visitors at John F Frazier i school last Friday IJodnW Back son of Miles Back is in a critical condition with a large carbuncle We hope he will be able to be out soon Mack Ee ole of Perry county passed through hero last week with a largo drove of cattle and sheep which ho was taking to market Uncle Reuben Smith visited tilt school in District No IS last Monday and delivered an interesting talk on How to Make the Path of Life Bright Tomato Butter Several pounds of tomatoes three pounds of sugar one of vinq ono ounce of cinnamon one bollttillEmploye Dear Mutes Only Over on New Yorks east skis n prosperous merchant engaged In tho bottling Industry makes a specialty of employing dent mutes In his establish went These slleut sands nro reported to be more Industrious than Is usually tho experience with uuulllleted labor On nu average the deaf mute bottler earns higher wages than his fellow workman and he Is generally more economical than tho latter Moth In perceptive and receptive faculties tho deaf mutes are said to excel us com pared with those not so handicapped In point of sobriety the uonhcarlng nonspeukliiR brother Is reputed to sot an enviable example New York Press A Horse With an Annuity A horse with nn Income Is King formerly owned by the late George C Watts lie Is now passing lies old age on a farm on n monthly allowance of 150 left him by his former owner Under the will of Mr Watts King was to have an allowance of 200 n year during the period of his usefulness and utter that an laconic of 150 a month until ills death Billy a pet dog also received an allowance but ho died last February Mr Watts left an estate of 100000 of which a part will go to charity but tho division of the estate lies been delayed pending the death of the horse King Is twenty one years old Chicago Tribune Uae Only Half Our Brain Further and more decisive evi deuce that the size of the brain bears no necessary relation to men talcapacity is the fact that strictly of us use in thinking only onehalf of the bruin we have For the fuel is that the bruin is n lair organ consisting of two perfect ly matched hemispheres but only one of them becomes a human brain that is u bruin with the spe cial mental endowments that are human while the other remains thoughtless for life Indeed cases have been reported by eminent non rologists who made post mor tem examinations of persons who lied lived for years after the de struction of one entire hemisphere without showing any mental defect But in each case it was tho thought less hemisphere that had been ruined Dr William Hunmi Thompson in EverybodysSuspense When do they expect to be mar riedAs soon as he can become recon beyonl1their i HelpiThere no balm for a wounded heart folLowI friendChicago Records erald l qp JettsIre CreelIt ro lute for last week l Mrs K Johnson is very hick withrl urn tisnl Miss Ellen Wise dined with Mrs Martha Mclntosh Monday i Mrs Maggie Terry made a busi ness trip to Polltown Monday Mrs Martha Mclntosh visited her uncle Samuel Johnson Mon dayMrs1 I D Moore of Jackson Sunday was here on business Saturday nndI Willio and Miss Lou Ellen John son of Canoe attended church here Sunday Rev Klishu Johnson anJ others preached to a largo crowd at this place Sunday Anco and Julius McIntosh G B Woads and E L Johnson at tended the lodge at Bear Creek Loumale Terry P Mclntosh and Mary and Julio Johnson will be baptized nt the mouth of Jetts Creek the first Saturday in Sep timber at 9 oclock II Johnson sold his farm to Daniel felt for 250 cash and bought a farm from James John son on Lick Branch for GOO Tho funeral of Kinnia Mullins will be preached at the grave yard hero the first Saturday and second Sunday in September by Rev Ellsha Johnson and others All are cordially invited to attend SNOW HAM Lost Creek Esq John Fraley is very ski and isnot expected to recover James Landrum of Quicksand visited hla brother Price Sunday Mr and Mrs Green Haddix of Jackson attended church hero Sunday Born to Mr and Mrs Louis Combs on the 10th inst n boy John Price Mrs George Smith and son Master Hubarc attending the Blue Grass Fair at Lexington Mrs Nannie Morris andchild ren of Jackson spent two weeks with relatives and friends here We arc having lino school with Solly Noble as teacher He is very industrious and is always on time lIe taught hero last year and gave such satisfaction that wo could not wish for a better teacher Religious services were hold at the Strong grave yard Sunday by Revs R B Landrum and John H Combs A large crowd attended from all around the settlement and every one was pleased with the preachingRoy K Drushal left for the Indian Territory Monday where he will join his wife who was called to her homo by the serious illness of her sister They will- I visit relatives in Indian Territory and Ohio and after attending Con ference at Wiona Lake Indiana will return homo about Sept a I Rousseau Mrs Maggie Bouser is on the sick list Ely Brothers are going into the tie business on the Roaring Shoal branch The good people are going to put a stop to the sale of whisky on QuicksandA and wife visited her father in Morgan county last weekDaniel Mcintosh preached to a large audience at Stout Harveys lust Saturday and Sunday lIe Willlllenchat the Canard school house in Magcflln county tho fourth Sunday in August at 10 oclock a m A Campaign Offer The Lexington heraldan nounces a campaign offer of 1 front August 1 to November 15 or for SUiO to January 1 The Herald will pay special attention to news of the campaign in Kentucky and the country at largo fn addition to this it covers the news of Central Kentucky as does no other paper It is an excep tional opportunity to get a high class paper The News willre ceive subscriptions at this price or we will furnish The Herald and TIle News for 125 to Novcm ber 15 or 175 to January 1 I ReedlIotel z THE BEST NEWS H 4 In the Paper TodayIIs that Day Brothers Company have re j- I ceived one of the greatest shipments of 1 Iron and Brass Beds ever brought to Jack son Over 1000 in the shipmentt The Microbes Delight is a Wooden Bed I They breed in all the inaccessible omen and Joints where dust collects in all wooden beds and create a condition of uncleanlmes you would not tolerate tuilltl fa II would stop to thinkabout it There ate no crevices our It Saniuire bed jjermi luvent a chance la c9 TRADE Hf 0 ffa1 1333X3 A1llhraici 1 urge their use Most artistic In design and beautifully finished I VhilctI Saniuire Gold and othrr exclusive Ityluti5noyin scores Sanitairc 1Ids andbeds famous humanefinlsbe that have find that each and every one his a fee Imooththlghly polished perfect unitary finish anJfPRICES i 250 TO 500We Have on Hand a Large Supply of i ifDoesnt tl a bit Come and see our line and let itstsupply your wants Every piece or suite I carefully selected and exquisitely finished S 1stylecan everyone THERE IS NO NEED i For any woman going out to the cities or p until order houses to buynice wearing apparel vhon youican had them in this store and at a less price than you pay elsewhere Como in and lot Miss Ethic Elkins show you A our stock of Fine Dross Goods Hilks White Goods Laces Embroideries Notions Skirts Hosiery uud in fact ovary thing needed bn woman to complete her outfit Our stockIis complete and prices moderate QJ Our Milliner Department Contains the seasons best styles in Pattern Hats and Trimmed Millinery Our hats are of sterling quality ox port workmanship are made to fit the head perfectly and I are sold within the reach of all i theysatisfy the demands of I the most practical Wo have on hand at all times a select variety which wo invito public inspection Miss Margaret Basket will bo pleased to supply your wants RUGS M tI PINGS AND CARPETS Wo are having good sales on Rugs Mattings and Carpets We havo some beautiful designs and prices are right COOK STOVES AND RANGES It always has boon and always will bo a womans delight to have a stove or a range that is a perfect bilker Our supply has more good qualities than wo have space to ann menite Try ono of ours and youll bo convinced f GROCERIES AND CANNED GOODS v tier stock includes a great big lot of attractive Staple and Fancy Groceries Our shulvoj are now replete with the finest line of canned goods on the market and you can depend on them Theyre fine When you buycoffee and flour you ought to know theyre good We assure you both coffee and flour bought hero will ho right they lend to tho attractiveness of living A real luxury at any season is ono of our delightful hams The best line of Mens and Womens Shoes in Jackson Also a complete line of Mens Clothing and Furnishings For a liberal share of your patronage wo promise good values polite attention and unbounded appreciationa DAY BROS CO j WHOLESALE AND RETAIL JACKSON KENTUCKY rA tom z 1 4 4 1 x The Breathitt Nev5IPitbllslicil Every Friday CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAR j J WISE HAG I Nt EtiiToii For Printing Phone 64 Dr Hardin Hurst Physician Surgeon Office In R A Hurst Office Building Jackson Phone 58 For good coffee go to IIiulillx Miss Soho Hurst of Cuinpton is visiting relatives linro 1C L Noble has accepted u po sition Mth Judge Tiuilbce Henry B Noblo bus moved his stockofgoods to oat Creole M rl4 Kuto Head of Ashland was visiting friend hero last week I have tim nicest line of Fresh Candies in Jackson G lluddix A Fi Hagins is building two cottages on his lot on cast Muin street Miss Martha Unpins who has been sick for some time is ini proving F Denton has bought the flans Cnlmes property at the end of tho bridge Mrs Polly Davis of Clemons was visiting her brother J III Hagin Thursday Miss Margaret Hiuskut has returned from an extended visit to relatives i Winchester Mr and Mrs A S Henry wi1JI leave next Monday for a two months trip to Europe Misses Ellen and Rosa Lee Day of Winchester are visiting their grandfather Dr J M Knsli Miss Kllio IClkins has returned I from u visit to her father Istlac Klkins and family nt Campton Stun liigstaff of Lexington representing a cigar house of Toledo 0WM hero calling on our tnc1 chants Tuesday I Max Isaacs returned last weclI from Cincinnati where ho had been buying a new stocjk of goods for Kustcr Isaacs v 41 L Mrs Max sales nod children arc visiting friends and relative in Cincinnati They willreturn in about a month Miss Nora Lovelace of Frozen returned Tuesday from n two weeks visit lo her sister Mrs Esther Stone nt Paris F P Crawford returned Tuesday from his vacation trip to Ashvillc N C Ho took in the Blue Grass Fair on his return G W Colley has given up his lease on tho L S K Hotel and is now giving his whole time to his fruit agency and tho tie business Miss Emma Crawford who hits been LexinstonIfor several weeks was brought homo last Friday She is not much unproved in health Undo Reuben U Smith of Lost Creek who is visiting the schools for Supt Henry H Noble was hero Tuesday on his official rounds lIe fits the job exactly Dr Ilnrdin Hurst was called by telephone Monday to attend the bedside of Cecil Hursts little daughter at Leo City Ho reports her to bo in a serious condition Kelly Kash was taken seriously ill Sunday morning and was con fined to his bod under closo med peal attention until Wednesday He has somewhat convalesced and is now under fair way to recover Charles Blair UichrnnJnnd Miss Kute Richmond of Ewing Yn are visiting their aunt Mrs J H McLin Mrs McLin will accompany them on their return for a visit to her homo folks Taxes are Due Now Your taxes are long past due Your early attention to this mat r ter will be a great accommodation to mo and will probably save you trouble nnd expense as the pen alty will soon go on unpaid taxes I want to be able to settle with I tho State Auditor and the County Fiscal Court on time Your help in this matter will bo greatly appreciated Yours Respectfully BUECK CRAWFORD Sheriff 1 GOOD FOR THE COWS Is the Ordinance Passed By the Trustees JUK80 i KY Aug lf07 KWTOII Nats- noticeI in the issue of The News of last week that the town trustees have passed an ordinance forbidding cows with bells on from running at large in the town at night This ordinance appears to have been drafted in the interest of the cows so as to enable them to get into the gardens and fill themselves without being found out Now the hells never hurt the gardens but the cows do So I think it would bo in order for tho town trustees to pass another ordinance prohibiting cows from running at large at night without bells so as to keep bothout Some of the people have had their gardens destroyed by the cows A RKADKU Move Your Wagon- It is a violation of the town ordinances to leave wagons on tho streets A fine of tl1 for each of fence This ordinance will be rigidly enforced hereafter T P CAUDWKU Juf Police Judge Phone H for Green Means Tomatoes and all kinds of Fresh Vegetables OHaddix AllenCope Nuptials Green H Allen and Miss Lizzie Cope were married at the resi dence of the brides parents Mr and Mr T T Cope on August llhat f a in A wedding break Gut was served and tho happy couple left on the morning train for the Jamestown exposition and other points of interest Turner Bound Over Ed Turner of Hrcathitt county was bound over to the Criminal Court without bond at Chatta nooga Tenn on the charge of murdering his wife Mrs Lillian Turner formerly of Frozen by cutting her throat on Lookout Mountain several months ago The evidence was circumstantial showing that Turner was seenI with his wife a short time before her mutilated body was found near tho scene of the crime For Fresh Crackers and Cakes go to laddixs The Death Roll- Bov11VWalkers baby died Sunday August 11 while its par ents were visiting their brother inlaw near Crockcttsvillc It was buried in the Johnson grave yard Funeral services were conducted by Revs A S Pctry of Hazard and Will linker of Dry Hill Joint Fraloy of Lost Creek died last Monday night orold ago and complication of diseases Ills remains were buried Tuesday in the Strong grave yard near the mouth of Lost Creek lie was about 7JJ years of ago and was a good citizen Ho leaves a widow and a terse family Noah Peters returned Tuesday front Hunlington W Va where he took his wife for median treat ment for cancer of the stomach She died on Juno 23 and was bur ied in tho home grave yard in West Virginia by tho side of her parents Mr Peters willresume his position with Judge Taulbce in the logging business at Clay Hole ADVERTISED LETTERS Remaining Uncalled for In Jackson Postoffice List of letters remaining un claimed in the Jackson postoflico for tho week ending August 10 1007 and sent to the Dead Letter Office at Washington D C for the week ending August 5JO 1907 AJ W Ambrose B Charles Bowling C Alcrna Carpenter FJohan Fugatc- G Taylor Gambill IIIra Hounshcll Victoria Howard JDorn Joslin KTuston C King MooSnllie Myers John Mundy Morrison Moore Anson McIntosh O Sarah Oat- sSArrena Shepherd Letcher Strong Lizzie Strong 13 E Sand lin 2 letters W John Wilson Persons calling for tho above mail will please say advertised D D HunsT P M Wilmoro Creamery Butter the J best made at Haddixs THE BLIND TIGERS Can Not be Closed Unlessi Juries Do Their Wo were at Crockcttsvillo last Saturday trying to assist Squire i S H Herald to stop trio blind tigers in that section This was our Inst1threefined 140 and costs amounting to about 185 Mrs Ellen Bowling wits fined 50 and costs amounting to about H5 Elislm Smith 20 and costs which were either paid or replcvied Squire Herald has succeeded in putting a stop to tho sale of whisky in his district as the above nnmed have quit and obligated themselves to stay quit and Blackburn Gambill the only other against whom ho has warrants has gone to Wiscons- inII sorry to say that the situn tion is not in as good shape hero Wo have had several jury trials in the last few weeks where the evidence was plain and the instruc lions of tho court equivalent to peremptory yet tho juries have re turned verdicts of not guilty The best we have been able to do is to get a hung jury In a trial here last Monday the court after giving tho usual instructions gave tho following That if the jury believe that the defendant was a manufacturer and in gore faith and in the usual course of trade sold whisky by tho wholesale in quantities of not less thin live gal Ions delivered at one time and none of it drunk on the premises they should jind him not guilty but that if the money with which the whisky was paid for with his knowledge was monde up and the whisky was delivered by him with a view to its division immediately between the contributors and the transaction was not in good faith a selling by the wholesale but a device to evade the operation of the local option law they should lind him guilty There were four witnesses in the ease who testified that they made up tho amount and that ono ofj them gave the defendant 1250 and that the defendant drew out live gallons of whisky from a bar rel into a keg and that the defendant furnished faucet and funnel and drew out ono gallon into one of the witnesses jugs himself Two of tho witnesses got a gallon eachanother a half gallon and another n quart Tho defendant did not go on the stand nor did he deny any of the statements of the witnesses yet the jury in the farce of tho above evidence and instructions returned a verdict of not guilty This is one case among several Judge Taulbeo is doing nil ho can to put a stop to the illegal sale of whisky but what can he or the other officers do when confronted by such juries 1 Do the citizens of this community want tho blind tigers closed If so they must come in and help the ofliccrs They must sit on juries and convict a criminal when ho is proven guilty It seems that many of our jurors arc always looking for an excuse or a loophole to clear tho defendant The law can never bo enforced while this is the case When three or four or moro men can go to a place and get a quart or a halt gallon or a gallon of whisky each from a whiskyhop it is certainly retail establishmentI to jump on the little tigers unless tho big ones can be muzzled I am in favor of equal justice to all and exclusive privileges to none If one is al lowed to sell whisky let everybody sell that wants to Whisky is being sold in this community every day contrary to law and while several have bee tried tho juries refuse to convict Let tho blame rest where it be longs with the juries Bigstaff Memorial Fund At a meeting of tho Kentucky Synod in October the Board of Trustees of Lees Collegiate Insti tute will bo asked to unite in rising a fund of not less than 50000 to form a nucleus ofa Ben Big staff memorial fund The income from this fund will be used to sup ply scholarships in tho Institute Unclo Ben as he was familiarly known to our readers wns a Con federate hero who devoted tho I workIinJMorgan and Perry counties t IDoI i Habit is tho strongest impulse in man I Oct the habit of saving and have those savings draw interest and your future pros perity is assured We make it easy for you to save and hard not to FOR TWO DOLLARS Deposited to your credit we will lend you this beautiful Steel Clock Savings Bank A safe bank nndn perfect timepiece for tho homeiBrink this little saving machine to our bank the first of I each week or month we alone keep the key and deposit tho I contents in our Savings Department and we will pay you three per cent on amounts deposited or issue you Time Certificates which draw three per cent The foundatioji for every fortune is laid by the saving of small amounts Get one of our Clock flanks today andstart i the foundation of yours Jackson Deposit BankI JACKSON KENTUCKYI Miss Riffe Entertains I Miss Ida Mao KSffe entertained- at i her home on Highland avenue last Saturday evening in honor of Misses Lula Belle Manker and Florress Seitz of West Liberty j who were guests of Miss Jose I plane McGuirc Others present were Misses Nancy Sewell Mar I guerite Snowden Violetto Davis tad Josephine McGuirc and Vir gil Atkinson Fred Copo Tom Marcum Hen Sewell June Jett and Grannis Bach The evening was spent in music and games 1 About 0JO delightful refreshments were served Covers were laid for twelve and in tho center the table was a huge boquct of Golden Hour and ferns The guests expressed themselves as highly pleased with the evenings entertainment FOR SALECo One fire room dwelling houso on Lincoln avenue with good well good young orchard nndchicken lot nil fenced off The lot fronts lf 0 feet on Lincoln avenue and 107 feet deep Will sell cheap and on easy terms Call on FRANK KASH Jackson Ky AN ORDINANCE Be it ordained Mlno Board of Trustees of tho town of Jackson asfollowsThat shall bo unlawful for any person to retail Blue Ribbon cider or any other cider that will intoxicate in the town of Jackson and any one thus offending shall be UIoncomictionthan live 500 dollars nor moro than ten 1000 for each offence August 0 1007 K T DAVIS Chairman I NOTICE TO BIDDERS Bids will be received by the Breathitt County Fiscal Court on Friday August 23 at l00 p in for tho privilege of collecting toll on tho new Quicksand bridge Rates of toll same as on the Jack son bridge 1u LNOTICE TO CLAIMANTS Brcathitt Circuit Court Nancy Ann Ilolliday Plaintiff vs Isoticc Sheridan Ilolliday c Dcfts All persons interested nndall persons having claims against the estate of Grunt Ilolliday deceased benmy my c court house in Jackson 1onthe 20th day of August 1007 tho purpose of receiving an auditing claims against said estate and to hear any proof which maybe offered in said estate Any all claims against said estate no properly proven will bo rejected Witness my hand 8th day of August 1907 J W CARDWELL 11 C B Co C Notice to Wool Growers II S Chapman representing the Phoenix Woolen Mills of Lexington will bo at Elkatawa on Snt urday August 17 1007 for th purpose of receiving your wool fo carding or manufacture into cloth All orders no matter how small will receive the most careful attention 39 19 I AN ORDINANCE Do it ordained by the Board ofI Trustees of the town of Jackson as follows That it shall be unlawful for fitly person to permit cows or cat tic 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 a misde meanor andupon conviction be finedone 100 dollar and costs for each offense and each day shall constitute a separate offense August C lJ07II T DAVIS Chairman u NOTICE OF BRIDGE LETTING i jlsteel5 on ono Tack9nbridge and with steel approaches on both sides of the river The old piers to be used with n cross beam 18 inches high I on them for tho supports of the new bridge And for the removal of the old bridge to Lost Creek and the erec tion of same across Troublesome Creek near the mouth of Lost Creekwill 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 the right of rejecting any or all bids For further particulars call on or address S S TAULBEE Judge Breathitt County Court Jackson Ky FOR SALE A house and lot on Main street Lot 150 feet front andabout 200 feet deep with a good dwelling house of six rooms two halls front and back porch and bath fruitIWM BAILEY Jackson Ky JR A CHILDERSt WITH I JDS G REED DRY GOODS CO PORTSMOUTH 0 Solicits time trade of tho mountain people He will bo- AT JACKSON 13VI3KY JJO I AYS postallyour rs will sure you money feb 1 ly W H Henderson OtlledDEALER IN FeedtWheat Barley Qat8 and Corn Clover ninothy Millet Kentuokj Blue Graaa Orchard Grass Hungarian Hay Straw Mill Feed u = GO TO F M MCCARTY t FOlt STONE and BRICKWORK andrall kinds of masonry work guaranteed 2Cra I Jackson Kentucky I 1 PETERS SHOES SHOES FOR YOU s a Theyre the Shoes you should call for if you want to get comfort style and wear at a reasonable price Theyre built in specialty factories from the most carefully selected materials over lasts that conform properly with the lines of the feet MAUL FOR us PetersShoe CoSUoUis i = NOTE THE PRICES Ladies Tip- Bluchers 1 25 J Mens Ladies Tip Kid PatIMens Patent Calf 3 50 to 4 50 I j Ladies Heavy Shoes very thing f for country wear 165 to 1 85 f i u All these goods are really worth from 25 j R to 50 per cent more than our prices per pair a S TAU LBEE l J3KKS3 giaE 7 333 3333333III W- It lh 1 MIXEDWI1b 1- 1fl PAINTS 1- 1I1 t 11 11X111 WtWUtl 111 11o G w Will cover more space last 11l 11 longer and look better thantfianyother paint made Call W iV 111 and see color cards and get pricesb 111 111- V tI illki1 I D So a m st l g You Will Get AH Thats m 191 Coming to You s = Wi i 3 0THERE0 gIn our method of business for every dollar jom We Believe in Square Treatment sI Your moneys worth nil tho time Wo might 8use up a pugo of space talking about our goods l- i then you wouldnt know how good theyare e l COME TO OUR STORE 0 t So you can see for yourself thats the surest way 3 SF CotF it d JACKSON KENTUCKY m q GWQQ MoNuMENTalHeadstones and Markers My iine ofdesigns are the latest and I can also prepare special ideas pre sented by my customers If in need of work in mylline call and see me or drop me a postal card 1 erect work anywhere Prices reasonable R M SHELY Shop Located Near the Bridge Jackson Ky a f 1 ROAD CONSTRUCTION Fancies Fallacies and Facts About the Science WHAT AN EXPERT HS FOUND m Why New Jerseys Supervisor oi Roads Prefers a Lighter Macadam to a Telford Hoad How to Build a GooIh Stone Highway l rom the time of the prophet Isaiah to tho present men have hall their Ideas of a perfect highway Tim plans ot road engineers have been criticised as newfangled while they were only aiming at tho road that Isaiah saw with prophetic eye when ho cried Make straight In the desert a highway for our God Every valley shall be exalted and every uiounVnlu anti hilt shall be made low and the crooljed shall be made straight anti the rough rilaces plain Thus tho fancy that n straight road with easy grades Is a new Idea Is swept away by tho words of Isaiah uttered over 700 years before the Christian era writes R A Meeker state supervisor of roads Now Jersey In the Good hoods Magazine Later Claudius Applus had his vision of a road that would perpetuate his name nnd his dream has been real ized But beyond that he gave what The monument of a tyrant who com pelled thousands to work for naught and n lasting example of how not to build n road The Applan Way fa mous In picture and story Is avoided over a greater portion of Its length by every traveler who Is In a hurry to reach his journeys end This old Romans Idea of n deep foundation has lived after him but no experienced road bulkier adopts It The old Romans fancy that It Is neces sary to build a deep foundation for n road crops out here nnd there even at the present time and Is exploited as U the best nnd In fact the only true way q 4 I to build n road It was not until road builders learned that thoroughly drain OJ ed earth was tho only sure foundation for any kind of road covering that n great advance was made In road con struction That road Improvement Is an expen Blve luxury something nice to have lint too costly for those who have to work for a living Is the fancy of some but It Is not borne out by experience In New Jersey every dollar expended for road improvement has added tens and hundreds of dollars to our states wealth The first roads I built were sixteen Inches deep composed of ten Inches of telford bottom and six Inches of com pacted two and onehalf Inch nnd one and onehalf Inch crushed stone nnd finished with coarse stone screenings Thnt the foundation of this kind of roid lasts Is true but tho top wears tfff much more quickly mid when that Is gone every InTer avoids the telford road In good weather I well remember the first sixteen Inch telford I ever paw It was In 1SCO nt my home city of IMnlnileld N J We boys were dis cussing It very learnedly as we thought In tact we were merely re hearsing what we had heard our cldcn say when nn old Scotchmnn passed by mill catching the drift of our remarks said Boys It Is wrnng It Is a wrong It Is wrang In prencepll Hero ye hao the nnveel an on It yo put tho sum stone Along comes the horse and wagon The horses hoofs pound c tho sum stone an the wagon wheels grind It Ull twixt the hammer and the unreel tho ama stones are ground to powder We laughed at the old Scot but my experience has since taught me thut be was right Not only is a deep telford more expensive to build but the road wears rough much sooner than a lighter macadam nnd Is conse quently much more expensive to main thin It Is also much harder on horses elasticityLa deep tel ford road will not bo heaved by frost This Is not so I have seen fourteen Inch telford turned upside down by frost so that the large bottom stones were on top of the road while six Inch macadam built over the samc oll and same conditions of travel remained un moved the only other difference In construction being that underdralns were placed outside of tho macadam while none was used beside tho tel ford To build a good stone road first grade your hill down to 5 per cent or less It iwssible fill up your flats so you have n minimum grade of at least one halt rer cent second by underdralus cut off all wntcr that may threaten the mail third give your wad a crown of threequarters Inch per foot fourth cut out your subgrade being careful to give It the same curvature as the finished road fifth roll the subgrade until It is hard and smooth carefully trcmolng any spongy or vegetable the rolling may dlsclosoIsixth spread your bottom course even ly then roll and add a little bthderland continue the rolling stouea cease to sink or Creep in front of the roller seventh spread your sec out course and roll It with the addi tion of binder and water until the whole surface Is hard and smooth carefully filling with stone any depres that may appear then finish theIwith a course of threefourths 1whole and screenings This lIIustI with water and rolled until U of mud ID formed In front of the roller being particularly careful to tumnwnca tho rolling at the sides nnd gradually work toward the center By 44 so doing you will preserve the crown of j3ur road If tills work It wellI and thoroughly done you will have jt road that Is smooth hard and conven thtlITSimple Spool Holders A little device for holding I the spool when crochctting is a wire 4 hairpin with the ends bent in at I right angles a quarter of an inch above each end Snap the ends into tile holes in a spool or into tho sides of a ball hook the hend of tho pin over a button on tho waist or some 5otherconvenient and run no risk of soiled wool or silk through dropping t I BUILDING BETTER ROADS Construction of Highwa Now Recog nized Branch of Diulnest fond building has now become a branch of business which Is destined to play nn Important part In the fu turo of highways of the United States says the Architects nnd Builders Jour nal Tho construction will no longer be conducted by haphazard methods hampered by Incompetence mill IRIK ace but regulated by scientific prin ciples which apply to this us well ns to other Improvements The development of suburban sections n the neighborhood ot large cities has ail much to do lu creating u denuuid for better road and the appearance of tho automobile In Increasing num bers has exerted an Influence of tar reaching Importance In this connccttoil Men with nn eye to possibilities have IMPROVED NEW JlUHKY ROAn studied conditions nnd concluded there should be money In road building be sides an nddcd convenience niiil picas uro totho public In several cities cor poratlons and companies have been formed and active operations have been sChrted with gratifying results It has been demonstrated that good roads may be built under orgnnlzw forces with proper machinery nnd otu cr requirements cheaply PI tho poor ly constructed under the unsatisfactory system of the past The Intro ductlon of bltullthlc and other motion paving materials has solved the probe Jem of securing smooth nnd durable hIghways Beginning with suburban drives this system of modern roadbeds will extent from town to town In thickly settled sections of the country nut the bene fits from the same will be shared bj tho farmer as well ns those who ride or drive for pleasure Good roads are paying Investments a fact which the American people have beon sow to grasp A Valuable Lesson Six years ago I learned a valuahli lesson writes John IleusntH of Meg nolla Ind I then began taking Dr Kings New Lile Pills and the loner I take them the better I find them They please everybody Guaranteed tit Jackson Drug On 133s Keeps the Salt Dry To prevent salt from becoming damp or hardening in the shaker place a few grains of rice in tin shaker when filling Warning If you have kidney and bladde trouble and do not use Kolej 1 ldnJ Cure you will have only yourself Ic blnine for results as it positively cures all forms of kidney and bladder dh easel Sold by Jackson Drug Co DELAWARE EXPERIMENT Roadmaklng In Which River Sand Kaolin and Clay Were Used In his report of road Improvement done In Delaware State Highway Commissioner Francis A Price de scribes a bit of experimental road making In which river Hand kaolin and clay were used for surfacing say the Good Itoads Magazine At tho ex pcnso of tho local taxpayers the foun dation was graded by a scraper to a- slope one one Inch to the foot trout the center line to the side ditches thou rolled with a steam roller On this foundation tour inches of sand were spread then four Inches of clay which Was covered by three Inches of sniid These layers were thoroughly mixed by harrowing then rolled down smooth and hard On 100 feet of this road what is de scribed as kaolin sand was spread and on 300 feet sand from n stream near by was used For labor und teams the county paid 1721 sun for sand 515 The entire coat of this bit of ex pcrlincntal road was nt tho rate of 2400 per mile As n summer and n winter havo passed since this road was so treated a fair idea of this treatment should soon be obtainable Hunting fur Trouble Ive lived In California 20 years and am still hunting tor trouble In the way of hums sores wounds bolls cuts springs or a cnse of piles that Bucklena Arnica Salve wont quickly urQ writes Oiarles Walters of AN leghany Sierra Oo No use hunting Mr Walters It cures every case Guarantied t r Jackson Drug 0 23o The Famed Asturians Asturias whence the infant heir apparent of Spain takes his title no longer exists ollicially having become in 1813 tho province of Ovie vigorous1y Spainthoin Roman times for their martial qualities for horses prized for tho beautiful movement of their limbs and also according to one reading palofnces bYtheagainst the Romans and afterward against the Moors so the speechof tho Asturinna known as Bable is Spanishdialects Keep tho pores open and the skin clean when you have a cut or burn bruIse or scratch DaWUts Oar boUnd Witch Hazel Salve penetrates he pores tnd heals quickly Sold by achion Drug Oo or 1 r f I STATED ROAD WORK a ConnaUcut Will build Trunk Road Ci a Uniform Plan Even a year ngo time proposition toi bout the state of Connecticut 55000000 or 0000000 lu order to build good roads would hnvq been rr carried as visionary While the auto moblllsts would have linen glad of the roads which would result from such a course It Is doubtful If oven they would have looked ui on such n lihan as other than a little too ambitious to- go through and the farmers wouldnt liiivc considered It for n moment Now the situation has so changed that the fnnners are actually asking thQ com mlttee to report n good sized bond Is- Sue to IKS available for Improved roadways at about a million a year writes a New Haven correspondent of the Boston Transcript Connecticut has Ilone much townn acquiring good roads as a state and yet It Is the fact that time state has no system of good roads today worthy thi name nut while there are stretches ot mail In different sections which hiartu been well built and built to last hi n general way the expenditure of money does not show Time basis of the new plan which seems likely to receive the support or the general assembly consists III the states taking over absolutely nil truul roads The state will ho entirely re sponslble for these roads mind with all appropriation of n million a year II wont bo long before Connecticut will have a stnto wide network ot first eIii roads Certain concessions In the mat ter of choosing the road to bo Improv cd will IKS mantle to tho local nuthorl ties but It must IKS n trunk rand Thu state will go Into the roadmak lug business on a largo scale will ban Its own tmp rock quarries or take tin entire output of private quarries wIll have its own stone crushers nud al the other necessities for snccessfu rondmnkln will employ Its own fore men nill Inspectors nut wilt go nt tin whole business on a uniform plan Not the least of the benefits of tin scheme will bo tho fact that the towns will have their own road approprla tlons Intact to spend on roads lemllir to the trunk lines Improved by the state It Is proposed to bring the high way commissioner title pvcij close touch with tho automoblllsts by glv Ing him an auto In which to trnve from town to town overseeing tin road building And Incidentally nl the taxes on nutos coming to the stnd will be spent on good roads In odd tlon to his proceeds frqiti tha poiul Is sue It Rising From tho Urine A prominent manufacturer Wm A tertwell of Lucnina N 0 relate a must remarkable experience lie says After tckng less than three bottles oI Electric Hitter I feel like one ralsioi from the grave ntr trouble Is Bright I lUease in tIme Diabetes stae I fully believe Electric Hittisri will cure m psrnunently for it lies already stop pod the liver nod bladder complica tions which liuve troubled me fo years Guaranteed Jackson Druj l Co Price only 25u Yo Build Automobile Roads In Nevada A good roads association Is reported to have been formed In Nevada tot the purpose of stimulating the build Ing of roads exclusively for the usi pt automobiles In the southern part ot the statp where automobiles are be coming the mouths of rapid transit across the deserts It Is proposal to build among others roads from Tono pah to GoldfloU to connect the minIng camps of Manhattan anti Bullfrog and other smaller mining camps later extending the roads to Waller Lake res ervation and then north Huy Fever amid Summer Colds Victims of hay fever will experience great benefit by Inking Folejs Honey and Tar as it stops difficult breathing immediately and heals the inflamed air passages and even If It should tel tt cure you U will give you Instant re lief The genuine Is in a yellow package Sold by Jackson Drug Co Plan of Farmers to Build Raids A numlter of prominent farmer o Chnrlestown township In Clark CUlIIII ty have originated n plan building of free gravel roads proposed In thnt township says a Jcffcrsonvllle lnll correspondent of the St Ioul PostDispatch Tho bids submitted for the work were BO high that the farm ers decided to have the work done un der their own supervision thus being assured that It would bo done satisfac torily and save to themselves tbo profit that ordinarily goes to tho contractor Should this plan work out successfully as it Is believed It will the residents of other townships In Clark county wlli adopt It As tar RH Is known at Jotter sonvlllc this will be the first time such a plan wns ever tried In Indiana What a New Jersey Editor Says M T Lynch editor of the Phillips burg N J Dully Post writes I have ussd mnny kinds of medicines for cough and colds In my fumily hut never tnythlng to goal as Foleys Honey and TAr I cannot say too much in praise if It Sold by Tnoknun Drug aiIHow He Catches Them How does It happen that you lire re tamed In so many divorce cnsese IWcll replied the lawyer seeing that you are not hi my line Ill tell you I look over the marriage licenses every morning und send my card around to the contracting parties Judge Orino Laxative FrUit Syrup Is sold under a positive guarantee to cure onstipation sick headache stanuich rouble or any forum of Indigestion If It fails the manufacture i refund your money What more can anyone tlo Sold by Tuckfon Drug Co The Picnic Salad If a salad is to be carried with the picnic lunch the ingredients in a wooden chopping bowl and pack in center a jar with cracked ice and sealed DoWUts Little Ealy Risers dont token or gripe Small Pill easy to oke Sold by Jackson Drug Oo GRIND laxative Fruit Syrup Pleasant to take The new laxative Does not gripe or nauseate Cures stomach and liver troubles and chronic con stipation by restoring the natural action ofthe stom ach liver and bowels Wefuee substitutes Price bOb JACKSON DKUG GO I Rural Delivery Notes 1 Iturnl Mall Carrier 11 s Julius oh Iornln 0 carrier on route No 1 west hits received jKnverful motorcycle tot use on hU route says tlii Columlmi nispntcli U I Mill that Johns Is UK Una to use II motorcycle In tlut deliver at uintl ou country routes nnd It tin experiment proves a uuecvsa carrier nil over Ohio may tnUo up the Idea n- It IN much cheaper thtiu to use II honn titer the llrst cost JoInts him sonic u Iho roughest roads tu the Ioralu see don to cover and his route extend tonic twentylive mile In a test rill he covered the territory and deliver his usual amount of mnU matter In 01 hours less time than formerly lIe ex poets to cut this down a halt houi moro when ho bocomis thoroughly fa mlllar with his nuiihinc The rural mall service IMS ilorelonn Into n rcguliip matrimonial bureau ae tONing to a Washington dispatch U the St Taul Pioneer Ircss It Is esti mated that more than 100 rural car tiers are married weekly and In 00 per cent of the cases the contracting parties are brought together ou time rural routes Boise Ida now claims the dlstlnctlo of cmploylnK more women rural car rlers thau any other postoutce three out of four routes from that city belnj I8enOO by women Miss Mollle Stow art who delivers route No 2 is said to be the chpnplon broncho rider of the northwest The postmaster at Boise Is enthusiastic over the work of the women carrlum who be says are very particular pail faithful tmd popu lar with the patrons Men Past Sixty In Danger More than hall of ninukliiJ over lxty jenre of age suffer front kill 111 ind bladder disorders usually enlarge meat of proitata glnndi This U html painful and dim erou and tolyti Kidney Cure aJjouU be taken it ih Irst sign pf dunjer iii It corrects Ir eiuUrflie and has cured imny old MHII of tItle disease Mr Uodnoy nUt ett IlicXport Mo writes I suf red with enlarged prostate gland nod iidney trouble for your and after Uk ng two bottles of Foleys Kidney lure I fret better than I have In twentj sears although I am now 91 years od 3iJd by Jnckson Drug Co L Need of Better Country Roads At a moeJlii of the chamber of commerce Jamestown N V Iuls Jack 011 Industrial commissioner of the Krlo railroad recently spoke on the great pjiyslcnl Improvement In every line of Industry and referred particu larly to the cost of hauling crops by teams from farms to railroad stations Mr Jackson gave farts and figure iloiiR tills line secured from data pub lished by the department of agricul tune by which ho showed that tho av erage cost of team haul on twenty three dlfforont hinds of agricultural products was 11 cents per 100 pound and time average cost per ton tulle 23 cents These figures he thought em pi in sized the necessity for better roads Neighbors Got Fooled I was literally coughing myself tu leath end had becom too weak tu leave lilY bed I and neigh ore predicted hat I would never leave it alive but hey got fooled for thanks be to Gull I was Induced to try Dr 1glI New Dis lIvery It took Just four one dollor buttles to completely cure time cough tud restore me to Rood health write Mrs Eva Uncniher of Grove noah Stark Go huh This King of couth sad culd cure and healer of the throat tad lungs U guaranteed by Jackson rug Co 500 and f 100 Trial bottli tree Ambergris Ambergris Is worth nt present III Cs an ounce Last year there was used about IOOOO worth of thin peculiar Bubtstauco Iq tho manufacturp of pep fumes It Is a fatty substnnco of nn ashy gray color with red or yellow streaks lu It mid Is found floating on the sea or taken by whale fishers from tho carcass of the spcrrn whale Much Is also picked up on the shores of the Uahamas It Is generally agreed that ambergris Is secreted by time sperm wlmlo as time result of a disease It lit chiefly bought by scout makers but Is also valuable is a constituent of cer tain medicines London Standard The War Airship It Is a sweet dream but It will never come true Humanity will forbid The week after the empyrean warship Is Constructed time Saturday Kveulntf lost thinks tho powers will moot nt The Hague and agree that nothing mature harmful than pamphlets shall be dropped from tho flying monster Ten Years In Heel For ten year I was conflutd to my bed with disease of my kidneys writes K A Gray J P of OakvUle Ind It was so severe that 1 could not move part of the time consulted the very best medical kill available but could get no relief until Foloya Kidney Cure was recommended to me It has been a Godsend to me Sold by Jackson Drug Go 1 I4 r OILED ROADS How the Highways In Southern Ceil forni Are Made Dustless RomM are now kept free from dust In sIr llIrII California by tho nppllcn thai uf oil It tins been found that to place road lu condition through tho use of oil It ilicnpcr thau maintaining them lu half condition during a Hlnglc season bj- nprlnkllug with water And when U road linn ouco boon put lain coiulltUi with oil It requires but slight addition III expenditure to keel It so One hundred banels of oil per mill tlprciul over nu area eighteen feet lit width will put n road lu condition along the extent uf the oiled surface and give an excellent roadway mole qunto for ordinary tralHc The oil Is put ou In three applications tho tlrst at the rate of sixty barrels per milt maid the two tmhseiiuuut treatments III the rate of twenty barrels per tulle vach Great care must be taken lu deliver lug the oil It should ho hot when ills charged and jwmrcd upon a hoi Hiir filet so thoU the work of the oil sprin kling Is confined to time heat of the day- Time oil cannot IK poured ou liidlMcrlm 11111 tel but mint IK drilled Into tin dust as wheat Is drilled Into land pre pared to receive It If It Is not so np piled the oil will not saturate evenly tho dust area hut will lie lu splotches run together nnd so make a very Im perfect surface In order to meet the requirements a machine hitS been devised A big tank mounted ou four wheels drag n sort of tender box supported by tw wheels Into which Is run from time tank a supply of oil lhlll box has a furiuut beneath It which heats the oil andat Inched to It Is a drug looking sonic thing like a haymkc A number of curved toils or linger go out from the bottom null thcxe an drawn through the dust and along till road They mark little furrows lu the dust anti Into these furrows through a series of pipe Is dlscharKetl hue oil A second linger or sort of thumb ar rangement fixed further back turns the dust over tbo oiled furrow tutu till stir taco li thou left to absorb a process which rwjulrcs about au hour to effect A roller Is then drawn over the oiled width and time first treatment la com I pletcd Dont acelit n cough cure that you may be told is Just as Rood so Ken nedys Inxatlvtt Cough Syrup because it isnt Jjit as goodliters U quite a difference Kennedy Cough Syrup cts gently upon the bowels and clears the whole system of cough and colds It promptly relieves it lamination ot he throat and allays irritation SJld by Jacknn Drug Co HOW AUTOS DAMAGE ROADS Injury Already Dons In Mattaehutetti EitimaUd at 50000 It U hart to say what will IM the ultimate dnnniKe to the roads said n niemlier of the Massachusetts ctiminls Ion to a representative of the Boston UlolK but It has recently been esitl mated by the Iwnrd that V000 darn age has been doiio already by nuto ThU U small In proportion to the cost of the roads but unless some new method of applying surface U odopletl the damage Is likely to he continuous that Is repeated as fast as it Is made Tnod There Is Komethlng about thu brund rubber tires of motor vehicles on wheels of small diameter peculiarly damaging to mucndam roads A vacu um Is created by time tire which sucks the surface or binder from the road anil It Is blown away leaving the stones exposed Tho commission Is experimenting with tar surfacing which has been tivcil In France successfully Exp ni ments have also beau made by time park mmlClllonlrll with an oil havlnc nil asphalt buse Something new must be adopted anti I have no doubt Mug acliH ett9 will not ho behind In Its adoption W H never repent of entlng too little wm ono of the ten rules of life iii Thomas Jeflenon president of the United States nnd the rule applies la every lOne wiout exception lining this hot wentliur booaum It U hard for nod even In minll qiiantiliei to be digested when the blood Is at high Hnpernturo At this season we should at sparingly properly We thoud also lelp the stiimacli as much us possible hy ihe use of a little Kodol For Iidi esllun and Djspepsin vhlcli will rest situ stomach by digprtinn the food it IIJr6od by J pkfon Urtijr Co Congressman Hal oni Cflmpilgn Captain Klchmnnd IV Hobson re cntly elected to congress from Ala baum has completed n very interesting trIp tlirotigh his district In the Interest ot forestry drainage road building nnll Improved agriculture In general ays the Good bails Magazine Ham nol 11111 of Seattle Wash and Hnuuicl C Lancaster consultlnt uiiKincer of time olllcc of public roads and other xpurtK of the United States depart lent of agriculture accompanied Cap aln Ilobson on this trip It Ig hO leved that much good sill result train his cumpalgn mimi that as soon ns the outfits rcHiiltiiiK front It bofh to the district and to the congressman are mdo known other members of con rcss will Inaugurato similar came lUljiH In their districts John Ittha a promlneiVr dealer of ining In says I have been selling leAVItls Kidney and Illadder PilU for about a year and they give better satisfaction than any pill I ever sold Then are a dozen people here who have used lucia and they Rive perfect satisfaction In every case I have ured Minn mj self with this results Sod by Jack- ton Drug Co A Happy Home To have a happy home you should have children They arc great happyhome makers If a weak woman you can be made strong enough to bear healthy chi dren with little pain or dis comfort toyoursclfby taking A Tonic for Women I It will use all your pain reJuco Inflammation euro leucorrhea whites filling womb ovarian trouble disordered menses back ache headache etc anJ make cliilJMrth tuturat anJ easy Try It At all dealers In medicines In 5100 bottles DUE TO CAROUI is my batty girl now two weeks oU writes MrsJ Priest of Web ster City lows Hie Is a tine healthy babe sail we are both doing nicely I am stIlt taking CatJul anJ wouU not be without It InItime house Two MINUTE SKETCHES Sir Isaac Newton 2ay J fi EDGERTO1 Ip I J dull t y It tram the grrat tit genius tf mtJtrn time NUll ago of doubt ninny of our inont cherished legend urn being assaulted the various apple ate vIes along with the rest There have been at least three fumoua apples lu history tho one eaten by Adam nm Eve time one shot off his sons heath Liy William Foil and the otto whose tall BUggvatwl to Sir Isaac Newton the law of gravitation Despite the scotllng or time higher criticism wo still cherish these pippins and are determined to stand by thsin Newton was rather a dull boy and was literally kicked Into exertion lie stood nt the toot of bib claw and one day was hooted by the boy higher tip Tho Newtonian spirit was aroused by this Indignity with the result lint yoiiug Isaac nut only whlpptsl tin kicker but determined to go uhcad ot him In the class This he did am more for Im went to the head of the row and stayed there limo bieoiul pur tu effort rocvlriM bj time young maui came at tho time lie nought admission to Cambridge unlvvr ally He knew so little about Bucllt that the profciuor of mathiMmitlc on posed admitting hint Newton thoro upon determined to know Huelld nUll liuccoedwl so well timid he became time greatest mathematical genius of mod urn times Voltaire Started tho story of time up hnl1Iout what lundo It fall It so grunt II sUcpUo ns Voltaire could swallow tin Htory them Is no reason why It Blionlt not bo accepted by the other skeptics Vhon Sir Isaac Unit made his corn nutations on the subject of gravltn lion he was misled by the crrotieou notions then held of tho length of tin earths radius Ho therefore abandon 11 tho theory temporarily loiter time rror was corrected when lIe returned to the subject completed the demon Btratlan nnd gave It to the world In 1114 fumoUK Principia In the meantime ho had made his al most equally famous discoveries Oil corning light dividing whlto light lulu tie primary colors and determining the dlfferoneo of retraction between thorn Ho also did niucl In perfecting the tel oscapo givo to inathuuiatlcs integral nUll differential calculus and mndu ohm rr contributions to science which mark ed him as the chief Intrllect of his age Those who have utomitch itouble io miller how slight tliunld give very possible help to the dfeestive organs to hint the food mal lIe dl euted with the least ert irt This may he done by taking soiliillilng that con talus natural digestive prupert lea something like Kmlni For Indigestion and Dynpppiin Kodul ii a preparation of vegetable adds and oonlalnt hut eryghine Juices found in a healthy itiimnch It digests what jou eat luld by Jackson Drug Go- S KILLTBE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Kings New Discovery I FOR cOUQH8 OLDS THROAT LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED I MONEY KocIoi1 Vt L = =5LsJ1T OFCARDUI mathematical Dr Trial R1CEI AND ALL AND SATI8FAOXOB OB REFUNDED LSEIRAILWAY AVIXTKU TI3I12 TA15LU EFFECTIVE NOV 18 loonfWES BOUND Ex INOLv Jackson C 10 2 20- OKdunctiomi 0 IB- Kllmtawn 2 i5 0 20 2 80 Athol G 10 2 52 Tnllcuii C 10 8 00 St Helens C C- 5Hentty 8 11 villo Junct 7 07 8 20 Torrent 7 55- 0Campion a 41 Junct 1 18 8 57 Dundee 7 6if- Kilson 4 oa S m- Stnntpn 4 11 8 IB 4 2 Cloy City 8 25 4 15 LK Junct 0 00 s 07 Winchester ft 12 l 20 ArLcxinuton 0 M G 05 KAST BOUND o2 No4 Daily Daily Ia9 Ex Sun P M A M Ly Lexington 2 2fi 7 an Winchester 3 10 8 13 L L Junct 8 25 8 20 Clay City j 00 n 02 Stanton 4 10 9 10 Filson 4 21 9 2J Dundo 4 87 0 31 Campion Junct 4 40 9 J8 9 nu rtfHeatty 10 17 St llcleiis S 2G 10 25 lnllcJt 5 37 10 an Atliol S 45 10 43 I lImtnwl j Oil 11 10 OlCJunct t1 10 11 inI ArJackson G 15 11 20 CONNECTIONS L K JUNCTION Trains Nos 1 nnt1 will make connections with C 0 Ky for Mt Sterling CAMPTON JUNCTION Allttrains connect with Mountain Cen tral Railway for Pine Hidjjo and CarnutoumBEAr1vr1LI J UNCTION Trains Nos 2 and 1 connect with L A Ky for passengers to and from Bent tyvillo 0 K JUNCTION Troin No iCentuckyforCHA8 SCOTT G P A ol K RAILWAY KITIJCTIVU NOV lt 1100 WESTBOUND Daily Ex lilT A1 UIAM 20 SunIflncltson n on 8 00 0t K runctiolm 11 15 8 10 Frozen 11 8 1 Im- VUllclco 11 3S I 12- Willturat 111 li2- JIIll11tol1 11 fil 4 05 Hose Fork 12 05 4 80- 1eo City 12 18 I 15- Iloleebawa 12 U 1 em- AI Cnnnel City 12 an 5 20 IrS HOUND 2l IPlCiII Lv Gunnel City 7 10 l 00 llcleolmwu T aa 1 17 Lee City 7 15 1 28 Hose Fork 8 00 1 12 Hampton 8 24 1 44- Williurst 8J7 1 ni- Vanclcvo 8 17 1 B7 Frozen 8 no 2 01 0 K Junction 9 25 2 25 Ar Jackson 9 80 2 30 ICBycllCnnnclleaves Jackson nt lOOp n- M L COKLICV Gen Mgr Mountain Central Depart Arrive 5 4f a m Campion 11 30 a in 145 p m Campton 0 00 p m Arrive Depart 8 00 a m Campton Jun 10 05 a m 4 00 p m Campion Jun 4 40 pm Make connection with nil L x E passenger trai- nsReduced RatesI VI- AQUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE I ON TIlE 1ST AND SlID TUESDAYS OF EACH MONTH- TO MANY 1OINTS SOUTH f Winter Tourist Tickets returningtillFor prrticulars write H C AMLexington FOR DYSPEPSIA DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATRtllom indigestion Sour Stomach Belchln of Oil It PzIrAIsooaitYATrilsusoIATo- iyopEZCDeWITT Ie COMPANY CHICAGO XL JAGFSON DRUG GO V i I = T 1 =