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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, November 15, 1907. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1907 bre1907111501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Breathitt County news: n. Friday, November 15, 1907. Breathitt County news. J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1907 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Ia7 t f IJd v r3k Af o oj iid EVcrS FrlilAy SUBSCRIPTIONS SJ A YpAl J WISE IlAGINS EDITP f1 rDr C HUSr t- f R6si iCl Sur a n J 4 lf Office In R A Hurst5 Office 1 AI3uIIJing Jackson Phone 8i I iIIlI1H IIUIIL IItIlI tI1I t ti T ELL f I ATTORNEY AT LAW tflpl i OVPfOK IX IIUItST 11r 1AOItHONJty L1 11U I I titNtllt11it11111111K- 1111Cranberries f and dl rV ittllad djxs Saturday i A r libo1L1 IU wiJjdRy + aa J elil amt y to Oklahoma nst wcckt p l dir1IUlCwas Rev and Mrs C M bummerri are visiting relatives in Carter county J H Hammond and daughters were visiting frfcnds at Bcatty ville SundayVJ John Davidson was attending the Federal Court nt Richmond the first oft week I Miss Lillio Turner has Jjccn visiting her sister Mrs Nollio Cornell at CrocUottsville JB McLtinswhp has been sick for several weeks is able to 4l out on the streets nJainI4 Alfred Patrick auto up from J rtGSlnttrnMa ofsI Noble were visiting tho family of Tiir HudspniThurtiday t Cali oil theJCadica1 Aid Society I- iforUrkin lI Mrs 0 II T Pollard willseoto your waRts It jevDcTAP 11I1 f ifcrpfCttindcn Arkarc vjsjt1 Uf their son Dr C n Dic- ksonrt s I hare just received a full line of Sugar Loaf canned vegetables Q HAODIX W L Kash returned from Ins ihomo in Woo county Sunday a weeks absence from Jack Hon There will bo no services in the Christian church Sunday ag Rev II J Dcrthick could not bo here as was hoped i Dr Steve Swango arrivci l ere Tuesday evening from Shreveport La stayed over night and yes terday loft for Jackson Hazel Green Herald Rev IIiT Derthick principal of tho Hazel Green Academy ac companied by his wife and child ron visited his mother and brother on tho Heights Thursday lMiss Emma Turner spontj t Saturday and Sunday withr sister Mrs Nellie Cornct at CrpckctUvillo nnd Attended ffjo1 funeralof Mrs Sarah Denton cI The second trial of B F Fronch John Smith and John Abner for J the murder of J B Murcum wjjf begin at Beattyville n1eeR day Judge JrL YtQ Henderson will proliido i l Arch Ilotvurdf Colorado is visiting his brpthoriniawArchi Hammons and other relatives in Belt Yvilo This is his first tit- S to Konlucky since ho wont west twentynine years ago tr J The Radios Aid Society qf theI Christian church will mcctt the MrsMcGuireWednesday 20 at 230 oclock A full attend auco of the members is requested Judge G W Fleenor is build nn ndditiotr back of the Sv Flcenor building on Main strci for the accominodatiou of UJ 1 Woodward wlio has taken charjro pf e D1 iFleenors jewelry bust ness f i rrJ tkivtnpand Cbrjstmuwtm ith uswid Vho let bi I abtiglIctietot 1If rtciered too lino forthintrin appear ju our next pondcncijTmust reach us t lAnight to insure publication Will Probate Thr will fthclate S D Klecnp WOT probatedn the eountycoUr nt its last term Ito bequcaUiq llvusixths of htscslsHo to his father avid mot icra d the rcnain lug one htoSRnIfisle Elinor ipnof ro jJuHge- Flcenor was niikint dlexcjtjun lP n nage thu estate i r OU1 eth i l hot fn fP eltctriC Wi houttl call Il Cit thepromo itmicdtutr a J1fnfnoL Orll1 v good talk lit J havutg their Reuses wired antitartnu as tnant llJi can use It cttgt riliy U rim the piagt ajul ill of IQull1bc irtllinjflto bear our rlotthe WIIUOf1Ytl Glja1up fdrthQfr jyi And buy y our upatid vr romthp Lsdloid kl 1Kristtian ct Tiiey ofrrtlt t1ltrfrk n irdacta for snip of soaps i wasliinjrJ0vdcrstper ume8Tjt6iict water cto 011 yyi O Pollard and askabout what ypu MjmtMf woHiiiVo riot got it she tyillitaKo jour ordcrj A the Bap tist lqrcitS- iJld service 7tt the Baptist chufoiflt 11 a m t and Tp m In the ftbsdnco of the pastor Key Paul 0 Dertilick will preach 1vcribody invited to attend these services The congregation will hold special prayer services next wool preparatory evantgefstc m otinJ day November 24 Tho morn nU subject will be The Master and thoevcninjrsubjectLinuidlioll w- earsroHudSij tAdjrm liidfioFnTtdMiss Bessie Spears were married at therosi dcncc of Frank Kash on ThurV day November 14th Rev J JL Hudson oflicintinc The groom is son of Mr and Mrs T II Hujli eon who arc wollknu tIrIf his county TI a Bride is tha fI rill and Isjji oautituland ncBom plishcd young lady The News extends congralutalions nnd wishes the couple fanny years of happy nnd useful life a Marriage Licenses The following marriage licenses have been issued since our lest publication Arson White nn t Miss Kittio Spicer both of Whick 4 Jnck Bnrnctt and Miss Mary Faley both of Lost Creek Green Wndkins and Miss Martha Reynolds both of Klkatiiwa fohn Back of Jetts Creel and Mh Elizabeth Russell of Lam Wtiuwlirownlow Combs of Filmorc and Mrs Gemimn Mullins of FrozenCrcek Teachers Disappointed TM teachers of tho common scholsqf Brcathitt county were sadly disappointed test Saturday HIQXocmbhas been boasting rilOalon t1tijnt school fund had increasedn der tIwra mm st nlon lint as + y were dcieatoi b 4to iilonc schoo1tuonb Nos for h coming ntallF Tie County SupKr porjntendent yris here yestbrdriv lookinjrjfbr tlmt check bul JII not como and no one knows when if will coma A1 JSound jnsiitutioh WO are glad to note tlt record made by our homo bank whijo so uinnye cr fln ltctal an8titutions- Iq o p f the countryA liavc- ce in Ifskembar Sh IOltdnl lury jut tlG eooleseemedhavey bout thou str heiivhotnVin but in this mmun ky no Jipfeecincd to have tholeastdesiro or inclination toVjthdiW their deposits from tUe cks I Deposit I3mndother ovlifcnco of tio strppg r6 sources of this bank and theApep ploffConBience i It is tho fact thattno duly deposits wore not lessened aid the toan at all cur talle F 11 inda frwb frUiuand voce 11 H Had i v Ur 1 1 t9icct b = O fo f r A a eJys f f J Jr1JIallunoi orcRpo gancou tyi Is tatientrat tb 130 Samaritan h6sfjLjsuffcrinJr fra iIJWiit wonud4n id ammodcousin of 1jJ7S Sebastian jfjio was sh9tinnnhP icrcntiori With Willianl ariii Kelly Arnett brothers at Lei City Wolfe county election d 1 ofTlierjaiBjyMjculiar clTmffbT cir thehoot helpedIi homoVhcn4cttftl A hocold1be takgnto I4exigtot I n some way a fell 7rbt n9 kjrand was dis pltarye striking him tell ndi1ta lnga vets sot rtQIW oTltii 1V s+ tll yiobably recovery r Callow also itI110 GoetlFt ari roast is rcroteEl astg in aloni t- ke1t Kelly and Yrof net tvl1oat ebashmtliadto trpuilci- Werearrestled qn tt o of ma Ilotoue shoothie t to Camp t rtmination and mltlc tb Kellys- leingZbilAtt2OiOkn pC 1illiamsI nVilliamA7nctt w4jp did tho shooting is th man vRo killed n peddler In Maffofiirttcaunty for hich lo is noY ufbon The Old Woman Who sweeps the cobwebs oil of tho sky will have nprons dust cans nnd all necessary articles for SocictsItazaarChristian Church fr An Insane Mans Deed Prank Hobbs of Primrose whilo under a spell of insanity last Sunday oveninsr struck his vvTnTaruron rod ariUscripusly ound dl anticut himself with a razor lie immediately left his liomo nndwent to the river and jumped in and was drowned His body was recovered Monday morn lug about 7 ocjock Ilis mind Bail been unbalanced for some floe Irsdrrcwve U S Court Needed Here About 200 witnesses and liti Cants passed through Jackson Sunday and Monday on their way to attend tho United States Court at Richmond this week A court lore would bo a great saving to tho Government as well as a great convenience the citizens of this and surrounding counties Our Congressman lion Jnor Langley has promised his influence in securing a court hero at Jackson and we believe ho will get it Judge Cochrnn has un consented to it V Lee County Juries Circuit court began nt Bcatty villo Monday with jiidJe Riddoll on the bench and Commonwealths Attorney Adams present lr- Thcroas a srtinll crttvd in ywn on l c UIit bointheb- usy seasorj ftlfe most farmers pro busy gathering intheir e ts Ofth6 potit JUrsumm cd only soventocn answered 410 sheriff had to complpto aryl from bystanders The ibg compose the juries it Grand l1ryTnyJp 1 cwis Abner William rne us Moses Estes JohnJrSmallwfeod llerbert McGuire 1 1 Anpl t Thomas Lynch Jj1 g D White B N LuWnndOlmrles i hearer Joialiwood was dol n fotit Jur q 1Robert Day- S IIo I W K Howoll lIU 1 rTrys Aaron Warner W tC n lH Ilieronymqus JolinItirisGreen Denlonoo t Petit Jury No 2 James Shoe mJer Charles Bailey Jack Mays YQHiara T Lucas John Newton Ym Hammons Felix Dun lwa Menifeo Stamper Riley Cobmcr Jacob Thomas Ben Lovelace and Willie Day S I c have to ptmy prbtntsps ojio largo r dcowlwitlf white facei SJ1qte about ten Pt1 twelve S y s ofr andhQ9 high horns She to my premise about May wnc ten hio icrtky by pr0jTlprl r and paying for her n for this nd ortUe taonl JAiiEsJTLKji1 ckeop I jy- a t T f UNr ierE1L8X IIT4 I J- t i J 7ITESn Account fors a CXCCIIi1oppgrtunity io 1i4c t ff S t ka At n h will grow Into a 1a r fur to leave the doll tiitlI um N Cyr K JAG w h1Chi to1 J Qri ti Ji J GOOD RINK GOOD SKATES GOOD MUSIC GOOD ORDER SessionsEvery Tuesday Thursday and Saturday afternoons from 2 to 430 Every night except Wednesday night from 630 to 9IFIi V Come and spend a pesAmve ing with your frIendsf ro 4 r fi i It Admission lOc Use of Floor ailrl st es 15s JACISNA1VIU 3dETT O I THE GUEst CHAMBER may nesdou navuraic iuH pr perhaps it istha Pining Itoom hat is in wont of something now proven tIuf Kitchen lt It makes no difference what room it is wo i tan otter you ma- nAttractive F ces Furniture suitable for any roan in the house and all priced temp ingly w r FURNITURE STORE Corner Court cot and College A nue tomnllOIfrlvi 1119 9mlt1L t 3t 1 NELER- i IS I05TOFC1CEj IIns for s e anice line of- 1T B18LtaltPINS- E1 I af41 r ears sl IrCPACL1- amd alt lciii uweiry REPAIRING A SPEC TV- I Prices Reasonable ado call and examine eriys Fjt= sand Or lantenw TREES J c- Shrilbs Vines Asparagus Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Wo employ no agents Catalogue on firplicd4iond H F Hillenrnqyer Sons LI XIXU1QNJyjI iG0yy 1tJJf CEarl N e- Fgti f + STONE and BRlQVO Ot IMovinr nd ragtag Jiousoj RDI masonry mjli All wor1tuafl tce h J 85 6m JacKson v Kentucky ti K aF rr x s 1 a Tor ifater i thet i 11 jj 61 k+ l 1 dU A fl- L ty + r Inpt61 oat a t Ivelle I i r KXMopspz LadiesvyhoesverythinJ f- AI 4 y ttIes g odce really wo 0- op cent orothanour pr rpaikr ir 1 11r t i isd 1 Tust reee ins 1 c1 4 t- J ori 1V111 eon er m lc s ttce 1 st lad el and look better than an tidier paint made Call 1ih an kcget a r 1v r k PI g ktl t- M G 0o F t You Will Get AH Thats m S Coming torpuiI iTHE a o I i In Olp method of business for every dollar zQp you payjsp yon get ono hundred cents value in is return f 11 11 I jWe Beliehi Sq e Treatment j ko 0 iLYur moneys worth all fJretime We might use up n pogo of space taHjfcg about our goods 0 i J then you wouldnt know w good theyare 0 I H L1 ItC rrE TooUR STORE 45oyour iit eofoayoiiteolf tS tbelIocst way f tlet I r I I C i brhworct a croIo IM Jp rf tJ JACKSON KENTUCKY 1 F 1 Wt O tL N ENTS f Ir f Hstones and Mrkers S + 1Mine ofl deS nstare the Mteit and I can ls r 1Psent d bymy custom rs dj fJiPe d of work no call a se Jroii i Sll nt ti- S AUatM S OId FrleIHI ivcnor the Ropubllcar was bukd toMk time to Intrpduc tit ibalrman arose a4iiaW Ladles arid gentlemen I eM Hrdty y say to you thatpvc are partkularl i a fortunate b vicwltk j one ot the greatest Rr niOloisister state Ohio W a tIM pleasure of llstcnl OM name Is ftbou J- I Ui burn who has fo t of protection up Ilttfiburgfl mat ity- V pcnda You all ii In Ilttbur r pofr- I eITo Is our fri t I i our tlPI Fr In plensuro OtjIsterling parrftt publican that em k 5 oral General Gen S The chairman fli A S wiped his fjfpeheal blurted GeerRL IS Depends on the Yards English John and Pet a ly tilting eaqbone trylajj It other 4 Art you good at euientV ki1 eti John ferj r I am that seIdIateThen could youtelli me how many shirts I could getout pt a yanIr Suro it depends1 ori whose yard you I get ntoLndlcs Home Journal t I J A Case In Point I S No man Isso bad that there la not a little of the angel left In him said 1 I the minister 1 Yes thats so replied the dea con Remember SpIlUlns Everybody thought he was about the worst man r on earth Why his own mother wouldnt como to his funeral Well t sir Ive been told a thousand times a month fur the last five years that Spit I 4 1 ktnV was the only real saint that ever 7 r 3eI4Nygoodn9ss 7JI uiorriid Spiiklns widow sorrow 1fuiiy continued the deacon No Causa For Complaint A young artist In Washington generally c makes up for his lack of tech 1 nique by spreading color recklessly and 4countIng on distance for the effect At an amateur exhibition he once hung I tone of his most extraordinary per formauccs Well said a friend whom the artist had taken to see the work I dont want to flatter you old chap but that I is far and away the best stuff you have 1 ever done I congratulate you The artist was receiving the com pllmont with becoming modesty when ho chanced again to glance at the pic ture The comwltt1ohad hung it up- S side down Hurry Inff to the ho dot 1 tbo committee be was about to launch Into a loud complaint when bo was In formed of the good news that an hour before tho picture had been sold tor tal Theorlglnalprlce mark had been 1 10Wpptn Otfi I I Job Outdone Sir Henry Hawkins was bnca pre4 aiwnsa learned couasel Aftef hc nado a pencil meuuJrandunL i U fand sent It by tho usher to S ns couusel In question who lug tho paper found these won Pa ticuco competition Gold we Sir- S Henry Hawkins Honorable mention LJob 5 11 l A Paradise jr Mrs ShopperOMaJohn IXreunei S t last night that I syWdneShopperWhatrwaslt 1 Mrs Shoppcrrlt woe eImmenseI departrauntwore filled Why tbeYrhad goods marked atT98 cents t Tfv6uId cost adollarltre le II f DetrettrIatweL it 1 iInereatlng the impaired ajuantlty They tell mf dear your j Fthet money Is all tainted S you hesitate to fake It jheecgef f No dear Out doeatk It wen un p dcr the circumstances as It ho shqulf try to wako ainenb forVlts jmpprlp V by giving us twice aa mucbt ton Post 5dtf m f x aiaaaamaM 0 1J Not A Member In Good Stand g i stThey say that Jane Brown If to be J uinrredI1 p Irut Isnt she a cbarterLer of f Ctbo Old Maids club Yes hut she never paid any dues 4c2Clcb1audPlln fouler f Jlf A Potato Test1I to U I To lest potatoes cut the raw regeta 5 bio 4n two and rub Ike lialvea together Y moisture rfVtBbbjne l i 1J b to drop ifWIlIfbt1ftJ etw t to- H I w Ni iIc j 1k 4- 0- nlln ii cj illid a Boss o rig Men orid Wo 1t Mice ocot l1 nc9ttstffsclf r l I- oQ Ii JCffOSn the nclbr once toM tIM etorytcix frtd t+ t q was wlI1fligd owtjrln the ekynlor- of the Stock 1xcJIa14qe baUdlng and at one of the ttermcMte fflLjrs a rtan jfco e face4 lutus well Ail kupW yOurant In Itecrect 4we ry- y Y m fcic nld It L nurnl3 pt tritihwiw hail met and was cry g- mCIoI aiM frlendlyi ilJ tjiwuldut pisee- hlrnrortl4e life tot me bJR a a sort ot a reer 1I01Y ta bd NiYarI4an4i Ql with 4tucli of srpbie thai Jo for several ri R I 1 jteldiilm In nnnpoOt CM that- recallco Mnt lift nnme ke4 e for a uioLflcnt Ind theaaaht quietly tbathls nflme waVU te IWtiatd his frteu skld1 I Do wilt n characlctf C nlllc Vhy 1 jtotout theext floorfor fcor tld ask im irjh everbecn Iqjhejwaf- 1 fJ- Y W Thin Indeed 5 K Due robust soldier after serving hliicountry faithfully for somb time became greatly reduced lu weight ow ing to exposure nnd scanty rations un Nt be was so weak he could hardly stand Consequently ho got leave of absence to go home and recuperate He arrived at his home station look Ing very bad Just ns ho stopped off the boat one of his old friends rushed up to him anti said Well well Pat 1 am glad to eco youre back from the trout Bcgorra I knew I was getting thin but I nlvver thought you couid see that much replied Pat Ladles Homo JournalSCarnegie Amended I once gave an Interview to n re porter in which I said that one reason for whatever success I may have had was because I always got good men around me said Andrew Carnegie A rascally Plttsburg paragrapher quoted that remark anti moved to amend it by saying that Instead of get tlrjggdod men artUhdmc I got around good men Didnt Know Many Folks Artemus Word wosonce traveling In the cars dreading to bo bored and feel Ing miserable when a man approached him sat down and said Did you hear that last thing on Horace Grecley- Oreeley Oreeley said Artemus Horace Grecley Who is lIe7 The man was quiet about five minutes Pretty soon he said George Francis Train Is kicking up a good deal of a roW over In England Do you think they will put him lu a basilic 1 Train Train George Francis TtTaln said Artemus solemnly I never heard of him This ignorance kept tho man quiet for about fifteen minutes Then he said What do you think about General Grants chances for tfie presidency Do you think they will run him Grant Grant Hang it man snldrAfiell1usIyou appear ta know more strangers nuy man I ever aa5v1e V man was furious He walked of bufnt1ast came tack and said I Say you cclbear of Adam Artemus up aii said Adam Adam What waa his other name One Kind of a Circus V It had bccu nnithlnnllol ah Msy nftexruwn for who tOot c hie rpups hrougli th MscUt of Na iJraL flurtory IratthohtLentliuM astfc Intci U sturted1RiN1ak- and their rt eyedvendWittt the prehistoric fossils amply rapftM her- S v wih wherp have yo1 LIQC llltaftfr9oonTnskcdtbe J leroft- wo of X The answer came back with Jwroiii proaipfneA Oh pop teacher too us to a Aeifl clrjusl EyCTybodyd Truo Christian Spirit un JIMaud Willing has thl true Chrlstlan plrIt I- TomWAIat g do you mean ly I 7 aclc Wbr last night when ioJk tUJi cnsek she 1mm- edthbtgMeggendorfe JttraqioftenW go your start eunI i e11Id 4 ii- or1 Isto or 114 cvop also scetn to lknr with stimntes ad iercal authorIties Lea oewleetrnd rye both of whic arennfouco1 the list ig rAlnsWe find that tho I tlie ykM of eoi oats niiil qnato a t4taLQt j341OOO for hotter Lhoecdiio to bi1ti irlced lous t a- HBAuo all- In Hd there Is d 1esQn nid cost to an teagefttIY ieaseI onsump tlpnTpt li eljrpducts In fact there are i il for believing that people will Ii o depend cm them rnoreJthaq Bsnal exception of potato stj pie ye eti toHpj lies arc sbort nod goed liti ii4 vegetsbl are not In liberal d 5pile re bifier than us r be d tir than usu so SM therefore npt mnch f sub Mitutlon reducing tL ioi MeEts and dairy produc consumption way fd the teed xralo aUpatl a eX pectaitoha of good rnark tiC of f kw revaihlqcif- ebdh ai whcM 5as twtce tit will retarl seesumpUon d Wy xc 4Ail15 In- or mauy i55MupJ have at I psLrn over I ari g t1e differ Os ge5 ef zneat they yield i iwll bt wefchts have Sto per ki 1 weight 11u Mivy w were Ut thete wiip bly le a it thI relnMo fact a t difference 14s ready dlsapptlteflnJt woqld e surprising to a poahtioas ed so far as flRco on foot on ccrnod flgblj Corn whit biy bring laJ etlug of t lighter w Bfai the will berf earoi market promises t6ro good so Quenccs with the saallcr entage- of waste froni hemy cry hIke ly to put a lrelnium on the fore the winter is ve oldahefl kinitn- r i Y PAIRYCOMMENTo I Professor Fraser if tho Illinois Agri cultural college has struck a new method of teaching In the country dis trict school There was a bright sensi ble lady schoolteacher who wanted to make her school of some practical use to the farmers and their children So she applied totho professor for aBab cock test machine and the children have been bringing samples of milk from their homes to be tested The cbomp Is vorMng fine and we are glad to see It Inaugurated says Hoards Dairyman Price of Milk Higher prices for milk per 100 pounds as made to farmers by the Borden Condensed Milk company for the next six months are quoted as tel lowsOctober 1SO November 2 De cember 2 January 2 February 2 March 1J80 The Vital Difference Do you know that In some of the European eountrjcstoday they art dai rying successfulfean land worth from 1400 to JlOOOjJjW acre The same markets nroopw to our peopt9tiiat are open to hosieople and mrduty bars the way The Is right llercrthey are dairying Intelligently with good cows Their average Is nearly 300 pounds of i utter per cow while ours la aboutiJ4 pounds per alngoLcontest sbota an Jacreasi In the number of ertfanltat1hued to be noted though rsers show tbt thom Is raj bj arned about the making aj g the starjec A good startJic Is help a duo worsetBanno Arrives Juotit Pat the fall calf on tl e arrives In tho world time She will be Blx o fero she sees afly J en Hioatbs of a startj r1 T In Farm Journ Ghvqi r a AeOt41eeP lie itidryCalveI- bka idoefb1y i- om fa i Corn 4 sliagatjAalfalfa two of the heat feed l dairy cows make ptnc balancclrlltlonlavalley B Is no crop generally grown iq t produce more tied to lie- dtcroth an coruS J Fraser Illinois tQV ngFatii u Front Frincj c ie the Information that gooti uJts IIye ben obtained from the wo of dugar to overcome the great fatlgdo ia horses when over worked Tho good result obtained by a veterinary surgeon rout the use of sugar In large doses In forced marches led Mm to employ It for time pun oc bf overcoming 1t1gue Two undrcd tfralusf sugar were fed daflY mixed With the bowoa food apd distributed regularly Ulroughput the day AIIvrdthd Goods angry vntron to olcrllntml1n tYoUvo got a sign put that snysVcffee lik- etnrusedto wuke You arTii wi- n47irsrj Thfls IA the JttP1siest ak ttdiaIwjtei1eat 111 coffee iat never tasted Tes sir replied the seriOus look Jb reatourantfnjaa But Ifs the kind ay wther uajul to make The sign d etnt 4 oclfy Any particular mother you know We antn this square here slrj as you will nnd on inquiry Call qahLCbI Post r t 0- k 4 i puncturB r o at btsplashed j1thci both my lamps smashed the rare I 4 to babbli rnma a man Of carburcto and much Tranimlsit Inc plug My owner le and clutch lIe gave tL eke me out And forth we a yank And grazed ito the street i ol bank 4 We struck the Collided with caromed ablt Were chared For IumntnjI dozen cops hut got away And ran a cart Boforo with n Wo cannont e toots awn He Iatbcredtr That lemon Itheway They topped lb wheel To break a y ry public house Then like a nn- He seal r on I sped Wabhlinit5e1trlst1tVo I skidded on I uddy place tenceIVliI4enert icnieI Theh people front tar and near T VIew mt ted frame h Y fMIto tel phasli ttoa r theIniIL the tin pcedoman t 1111 t- dhQsplt iurts IIf a hioap of jiik0 Hne Dont ttx until you find Who iireeked mnachlnr Mlnna Irvine owtork ThnelL- tto S Preajae orDathirkncifiiini1 thie ace of dettl ciloli itha steam launch Q 1 ot Fmmglfi on tho Tliamci ajf VinGsor on a recent Sunda nht Tho bo On which theft was a pvty f bQut eighty hind bril1lafterworkingrue engineeryiJy W js believed that approachinghadsteam before lies ii no thus preb ably saved nialy llvc4 Ltjndor 4110 1g1 iOne Dlvu by Naught confgto 10twouldfindproblem b annic process An othersakl he hACf counted a good doubtooItIn their propel r doknowmuch Is onq dl bt mmu hat or nothing tOne divided b tkIDg repcated k JhtrItrcmaliis o 4 v I think theluwer Li nothlnj said another One Ihlld by nothing Isnothing Suresthata right Youre time worst I over heard said the znnnwjiahiaih given the problem Ono dtTldtJ41 by nothingthat means how rasuy times Is nothing contained In one Is contained an Infinite number oAtlmcs and tho correct answer Is ftnlty Then he had t to them for five minutes In orde p convince them Th Parable of the Innocent Pup During the exeUcnfent In congress after the Mnlno was blown up In ha- vana harbor Ren cfentatlvc McCleary of Minnesota made a speech In which be said that the sending of the Main to Cuban waters I hqt limo WIS lime tically nn act of war nail that some such catastrophe mltfht have been ex pectedThe speech wail not popular Mc Cleary was criticised everywhere Speaker llced lio was In the chair at the time tdo speech was made spoke to Representative Tawney also of Minnesota about It next day Jim said fetid whats the matter with McClearr1Lt that know of replied Tawney J 110 rpmlnds mi P said Reed of thr Kansas dog a cyclone A family from tfiefeast moved to Kau nas and they d nt know much about cyclones Tniyfhnd a dog a fresh Innocent pup bred lu the effete anti windless cast fane day a cyclone came oone The folks scooted fur tbqrKlone cellar but the dog leitm- jiotern 1Itf 11ed dLtnt understand lie h1Iroth the cyclone With i s arartedorr to tackle ffTM rtbntr tbit 1 wlthfthadogJlljaws thiq I irblowu plumb Juahle out Alter till cyclopo passed along atilt tbo folks cauio out of Hip cellar they found tho dog there picturesque but of no furtler value as a dog The former surveyed the dog ruefully lIe was n good thug and bated to lose him Then the fool bncss of the dog struck liliu tiud ho saia wmtvifuliy drat yet Thats what comes of kccpm your rnputh open In the face ofuj5jjnl1 f H Had the Court A young newsboy had brought suit against who hod tried to Of the street to de nnotlnowllboltend its while the youngster case hltn pplf Uo tho prog ress of Bcvtial gasps l s was called lip justice saId Jone vorstJSmith ho jumpod up and yelled Jf object State yotf objection commanded tho justice r Well lie got a lawyeranttf havent anthats not fair fet an swered 11w Dont yoqlhlnlc you and I can take- care of t young man inquired theJustlceW f- OJ wel the courts o my side rm ready Instantly replied the youngster Lid the ease proceedtd Kansas tu I i 4 lI J- f Ip SW of getIerlI k tIme cahher e would tal iuiyiintnge of tiiiiity liu ICRnn tow iiem tirlntor matiot tototherwise obtalmlc ill JroldJohnnie thought a minute Well he replied after dufcf deliberation 1 dont know odzactly but maw says ihe Is old enough to know better than to lot n vital like you come to see her all tli tmeLondon TltBIU I ajmvn secured the agency for itfmn Laxative Fruit Syrup the titiw axalire iliac makes the llver lively purinen the lirenth cure hean lle cud regtihatesthto llhllth jgH O r l chronic eonstlpiilmi Asic tie i1Wl= Jsclcaiit iruG Is lie a luaii who used gofcldatlii menU Uxcollciit Hut e NwaIi puts It to use aUeuf dyWoo late Milwaukee Sentinel Cured utlrib lseiiai Mr llobri 9l T sore- writes eTir ned Jo use Fo j Joys Ki Ibidto it tIP fruni- w velo isej riaNIl 1 11 Ldoate II tIijdDll Slitwe lIatr JIJtl h earee one my fatuity 1N rotlll I I lvoIIuI hnlooflIvt IIa lid renomumehiieit loley1 Kidneys Age pne60 eenU lrniIt vorKed e sa4 before lltiul aken tliBjfctjto tile lOfMIh1 sone a 44kPrIJlltpLUl It Hi s iUldlfJ n 1iri- o 4- II I 0 Ioyotthriini7d5C This ybo reaJin th PaNt c runt or I j C J t There JelngMHlo Indian and French nfc j1aeeihing by auction lu this town two or three brewers wives in tho Earl of Mcatha liberty Imvlna bought v few pieces thereof the master weavers and dyers as w61l aa journcyrucnof those corporations give notice by heat of drum that they would not drluk any liquors whatever brewed by the husbands of the said ladles who would encourage foreign manufacturers when there are num hers of poor weavers In a starving condition lu this town and all over the kingdom for want ot employ icut London Notes and Queries the New Iuro Food and Druu Law We are pleated to announce that Fo lujs Honey and Tar for cough cold snd lung trouble Is not effected by the National Pure Food and Drug law as It sonuini n i opiates or other hsrinfnl IruRs and WB recommend It as giitre- rnedy for children and adults Jock Orug Co Petroleum and Natural Gas beIv decomposition of tho animal remains burled In the strata tbo carbon of their bodies combining with hydrogen forms the hydrocarbons known as pe troleum anti natural gas A very high authority N S Shuler says that the ollof this continent will probably not outlast the present century Now York American A Narrow Escnjic G W Ohyda merchantof Plunk Mo had a narrow etoojie four year KO when he ran a Jtmton bur Into isIs thumb lie says Tim doctor wanted to amputate It but I would not con lent I bought a box of UucklenV Ar nina Salve land that cured the danger ills wound 20o at Jackson Drug Co Squaring tn Account An old negro In a small Georgia town bad helped himself to some of a white neighbors chickens The owner traced the theft to him however amid brought hint to task took hero Tjclc Mope he said I JonKinlnd the7 chIckens so much I woiM have glvcnjyoii oae If yoq had 1151111 for itttt ii it like tq tI eq au old man coui Uko that What are you gofii kt the JudgBiunt day when we upjwar before the Loat- haLl those chlckciM are broughtAip as donee J6w Uera thlckeblOrgwlne be il Will tbe old masa asked ertainly will WM the an We vcu Vltli great impresslyeSesii Rt iDeif Uucle Mose said Ah jrwiat I a W deso liyall yo thickens UiWi AbIIHr1MatjCity Im PQ dent r u t uUoW a Cultl- lIul j6 fIWl1P IDU tit Itl Honey and U stops time couali meals and strin the hinge ajhi prevents pneulnom Jaoks6n Ul Oo 4 JSi Origin oflIctBlackleg has become ltiispccialllabor appllcatlonnJtBt tI4i thyusetene9tblackleg shiz4pershIoBlgnlflcjuice ISn puzzle which vA n argument before thin MI court of qmjcn8 bpnclj III A lbol case fallvd to 8olvp It has been trupca to tho for inpr Iwclt uiuouH turf frequenters of wearlnck bluek tojiboot8 but others Uavp seen nih aiushoml to the leg of- gamnecocks Tmudes lain oU fted Itslmply a t1r he like IcbLorihnr cle t Dont Pay Alimony to bQ devorced teoIlsVou P r There wlllbfl DO lC 11aukeep your Dowel reg Rh Dr Mew1Li- te J r actian- Isso gentle tfiat tlmrappn4ix Ber has MUle to make the least eaippfalnt Guaranteed by JackfonDrug Oa 9Se Try them o1 r l- JIpft Profits wo be greatly Increased by jiving spedal care to time health of every animal and fowl on the bndt Sick poultry sheep cattle t horses etc depend on their livers to keep them e- iLBIackDrthight I Sia4a PMQIy 4MdI spa thtIr Myers ms thecI r P4m5t1I vegetable Mood purifier tnHJMgf by regulating the esr- mibuweSM iOi Sit prevents and cures Hoe CfcoH 53 n CholCfIlC8II DtHipti Coughs Ceenstf11a thAi J yer LossorAppe- UteYAayr and all the ode diseases C of Is a peiIectn1lcaIiSrls- L farm us Try It 1 4 S rici35cfor a large at aUdcuf gDstsand da A k r t MattsTof Fact Scotch The lowland Scottish peasant hat nr extremely matteof fact way of speak Ing altout her rIatlvpssand friiiIs deaths Tho Cornhtll fazimit41a- a of good woman who hail lust liwannl remarking to a sympathizing visitor Eli yes mcur auntys dcldTtbut sIte wnh very auld and frail Slwsffar bol ter awn and far hooplor In dory and I got u hunucr pounds o a legacy Where did I get 111 snarled the young millionaire There Is a ques lion that always wakes mo liopplus mad Papa wont ask It simpered tho fashionable damsel Have you still got III Thatll all papa wants to kuowritlHburg Post 3Iy Kent rJcndIAlexander lion ton on llural Uouta 1 Fort Edward N Y say Dr Kinds New IMicoverv It my best earthly friend It cured mi or asthma six years aio It lisa alto performed a wonderful curt of Incip ient consumption fot my sons wife Time first bottle ended the terrible cough and this eccomplUhtd the other nyinptomft left OHO by one until the nas perfectly well Dr Kings Sew Discoverys power over cough nnd colds Is simply marvelous KM 1 IICh1l1 fJlUurJJ iilvd It Fully guaranteed by Jackson Drug Cb COo and 1100 Trial bottle free 8om hInB New Jri Tablecloths She had conic the store to bay tablecloths and she stated In the be ginning that she wanted something new The salesman was patient and sho- ed her everything In stock but nothing suitedOh dear she exclaimed fussily havent you anything different Tho clerk brought out oupof the dis carded tablecloth that he bad put lack on tho shelf and said with an air of Interest Here Is one of tho very newest de signs madam You see the center Is In the middle and the border runs right around the edge Why yes Let mo have that one she said eagerly New York Times This IH Worth Komomhcrlntr As no one II Immune every person should remerabertha1 Koleys Kidney Cure wilt cure any 04ie of kidney or bladder trouble that II untibevond time reachof medloine Jacks orTDruR Co A Clui Lake In the nildaf of Klldlu an 1tIandIn the North sea Is perhaps tho most curious lake Itftlio world Tho surface of UflllortllItrelhYftjcetatloq but deep down It Is sis salty aft the bluest depths of tho sea and ommiee nndsait wntor lisli live Dud I aT thelr ting to t 1J101lh amid c wpalr pi lItitiits en Rat rdty htovluwec WondcrfulKwiemii Onto Our little buy Iisdi1iima Mr 1150 Years writes H A Adanis Herirletta lat Twool our home dooton nald nil casa was hopHles hls un4 botagVeT eotttl yIi tlemelnjht3 idotiietdoc tOri but no benefit rrsutteii oUr chlln ewe rend abcftit KleeirlV Utters ImuRhJfa buttle and soon Botlee Imj urovvment Wecontlinwi thli dna until several I t erlHftJ- h Ii Jh1 a elli lies U tJJood le body 3I1 health too teed iS enflruiOiO- tTJaro S tt iiiO Maoris t uta0a Maork I tto the rthc n proyjncea IjlIh d ivherp c lain recr tioeben set i- Its their oxclUflfvbjiiroperty Schools have been establIshe U whfch the Mao rJ children attend reguarly It 1s aald hatjSfich of them as clntlnue Idto tho bIijrnmichies ot Iear4lng are Ivajs iof white studthtsLlyerpool- MeIIury1r 4 OJ Dancing Prov 1iii I Many men and womeneatcJfaltldiftt I dine which t7m1natep pnetimonia and conlumptlt Aftdijrp It ItUkIljtJIIIbreak e faare4i use ys4wjebtuCo t d IL 5 VINTEK TIMETA1 EFFECTIVE NOV 18 IDUU- I NO 1 w3WEST BOUND Daily Daily f Ex Sum if A M P ft4 1fT fcyJickson V 610 a 20 Junction o 15V- Elttatawa 2 ae V 0 hOt2 30II Alb I 0 40 2 C2 Taijega 8 49 3 00 3 11 4 3 20 3 41 BcntfyvilloJunct707Jrrent 3 67 4 03 4 14 4 26j t Clay City 825 35 LEJunct 0 00 lJ071Winchester 9 12 C 20 kxlmton 9 55 OQS 04 J Si it No2 iNO 4 EAST BOUND flahlyDallyStt EXSUII OII iM AM- ALex1nonttv 5 225 7 35 13jA EJuu t 825 826 I r 9 02 I 1In 4ri 9 10 i 922S 11 co 4 flf 9 84 Campton Juncf 4 40 9 38 f Torrent 4 57 9 GG i- eBeiittviIIeJunc JI5 18 10 17 St Helens 5 20 10 25 Tttllc d 587 10 35 Athol 545 10 WK- Htntnwn 0 06 11 10 OK Junct 0 10 11 15 Ar JiichionS G 15 11 20 CONNECTIONS TJE JUNCTION TralnsNos lat1l1 3 will make connccUons with qQ Ityfor Mt Sterling CA UyrOX UNCTION All trains connect with Mountain Cen tral Railway for Pino Kidjo and CatnutoiiIJEAITVVJLLEJ UNCTION Trains Nos 2 and 4 connect with L it A tty for passengers to hail from Heuttyvillo 0 K J UNCTIONTrains No KentuckyforCHAS ijCOTT G P A O K RAILWAY i KITKCTI VH NOV 1U moo tit WESTBOUND Daily Ex Sun 1ST CLASS U CLAd AS P1- LvI Jackson 11 05 8 00 OKjunction 11 15 3 10 Frozen l1nl 33EVnnclevo 11 38 a Wilhurst 11 44 I G21 ollamI1tonurL 1oC Hose Fork 12 05 430 Leo City 12 13 445 J 1 Ilclechawji 12 19 4 65 Ar Cannel City 12 35 6 20 EAST HOUND Daily Ex Sun 2n UIASM 1ST CLASS A4 PM- Lv Cannel City 7 10 1 00 Hclcclmwu 7 33 1 17 1noseHampton 8 24 1 44 Wilhurst 8 37 1 51 Vanclcvo 8 47 1 57 Frozen 856 2 04 t 0 Injunction 9 26 2 25 Ar Jackson 9 80 2 3tt leavesCannclleaves Jackson at 4 00 p m M L CONLEY Gen Mgr MountainCentral Depart Arrive 5 45 a m Campion 11 30 a m 145 p m Campton 6 00 p m Arrive Depart rfcp A in Campion Jun 10 05 11 In Canipton Jun 4 40 Make connection with all amI1J passenger trains FOLEY3ll9NEYTARPaSMasip 6a KLLE COUCH lUD E THE LUNGS WITH Dr4kingsi w New Discovery t IIfOR coUcsOLfl fliDojJlJGUARANTEED I TYOLEYSHONEYANTAR It originFLAXATIVE nye untroubieaGood tareeryhaay Sold ev t 1h JONEYYo Pra l 6 TkIrT ANDADJ t l- y 8 IN 3IJ I U Nfly I 4 fi1 v v y 4- V J WIBX lleuliiu ditor and I bhehorAflnvs Ai 1iavorxo TO X 0 J t il atraclsonJCentuckolulolf i 1 tWE HAVE ms i DECEIVED A t 4 Big Stockoitlti GoodsW- hich we are 1t to sell 4PerC htt iV th tlie utmost care we have e4IF bi Bl okti Clot i ng forIdeu B a a d Children far Fall bpr li WihtolMfiftyle Theworkmanshipf lothoe oubay orewltt H good ron in cptfVrtbat there lre nonebitter firsdtreapy V att or r tallorel u Yaw uatl Uraotoryilldehco of tin oto n pnrcuasiSby cjUfth MtW Wl Fall MfS Wt- w vk ahowln Jallsaek nglo b lO Stjl JJ and Yqung Mou and Children F v rcMiU 111I ltBi ieOaJ819Ja1 r iv approved slosoFilII and Derby Soft Rtf + LADIES NEW FALL SuWsARfe HBFp A truly beautiful gathering of the Fall and Winte Models in1 Suits Designs materials lit and quality could ot 41 bo bettered We have made careful suleotlouB In Ludioijitad MiiM9 Cloaks in Black Blue Gray Castor and other a prnttlot line of Ladies Mid Mt8iosrSkirta tMrtin Jttdltaon u1 tho now tfi w avusandcolor and In all the inoat apjlroveil styles are on display Sv hero Ask to see our beautifuj Ill lijae of lress Good Silks fV all colors Lacthat TrintuinRs antl Hibbom Gloves Urtftd lr 4kerchiefs Underwear f EinbrpideriM Hosiery Fancy Belts Back and T1raodeat 1ler cent discount Mothers ask to see our llnu of Infants garments V BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS IN MILLINERY We are showing beautiful HUll of ready to gear and Trimmed V Hats We era you style beauty and individuality for a vey small J amount of money All trimmed with the daintiest of trimminga- In and Children Outing Cloth Carpets GripedVallees Comforts and Blankets Mtni and Boys Flannel Shirts we irvf J offer that nnnot bo had utfiirliHr Our Fall Shoo stock 0 prceehisCome and see this elegant stock We have too many are going to sell them at 15 per cent discount Euster Isaacs t r f + A4fliFj41sIt ijO O H H i iQGiH i r1LOY1 DAY Prc J SAMUKl 1I1JAD Jr Cashier 40 C11l P OIIAWFOHD Vice Ypres f3L P DAVIS Acting Ciwlilor AV H HOPPKIt AMt Cnali j ututrnnrnu 1bI i OURiJIBANKING METHODSi t I ARE SATISFACTORY ij S To a large and growing clicntilc If i in this nUlnyou are are not already iI i bel why not open an account now I Call in and talk the subject over with r f USrA call will entail no v obligation f Wont you try und seer I 4y 4I 2735000PAIDUP i I I JACKSON DEPORT BANKilk t 14I 9 J 1 IJtf Jackson ent Jw HiH a if 0 J y TEE r 11 Sotithethf1 DTRIPOFFERS 1J Homeseeke1at qr A M y r w 4 Indian Terr toryS c trrt jf 1 S g s I j Louisiana M f i OklahVma eits Tickets on sale rho fliitfd third-S Tues g i jp I month I I- iouclr r entor writetithorny to any ou l4 S YCTR T P kwfr Xv d l Jr s ii Jtr+ Lrt 4 rTO ADVERTISERS esi rn fl The Breathilt County JNTQWS m jj has now the largest clrcgja 1 Atton of any aper in Eastern C IKentucky Merchants arid JtKino6s jnen irs invited t- oIke advantege of Luis splon adveriiDU medium If u piae aore lartf5lIl 1RUAitciv8W3 a chance If 1 yo mour for 1lnidoilifcih Thoews it ihIr o larcest and moetint s of buyers in thta coin t Your ads U 1 tiiand1 tthey willb4c nr cust piers l TrsJt It Ui5 sati Christian CIiurchBazaar I The time iif ther has ar rlygd 1ie tlhough JXtnas be to stlr u r- fflq ill t f tho firsnndio of the anr h oC- tire scaeoqi the ehaotwCbl t of thetiazaalttoTSWd by the La dies Aid ffotJle OVristian church They have tscl fted De cember 12 ifpr thS pc Jon and they will have on sale alarco assortment from which to select gifts This Will be a fine opportunity to purchase your holiday presents Kemember the date TOQ place of holding tho sale will bf in the church basement t To Correspondents The time of the year is here whichowswants the oldstand by correspondents to rub the dust troln their pens and ret down to pending us the news again Tho long cold winter nights ftro np pioachinjr when father mother and all the children like to gather around tho lire in the evening and read Tho Breathitt County News and wo want them to have news from allover the county Send the pews to us every Tuesday and L YJ = not later t1un Wednesday morn- Ing The sooner you send it the better Congratulations LOST CHEEK Kv Nov 0 EDITOR NEWS- I am highly elated over the re turns from the present election I have felt that God would lay His heavy hand of justice upon those who wore oppressing the poor and respecting not tho mandatory laws either moral or divine I trust that our newly elected State oft ficers will execute the duties of their respective offices under the guidance of an aUwise God and in favor of the great common people of our much abused and well be loved State Let the people re joice and God bo praised Sincerely yours IIE iin NdLE Tells Sk 01 a Reslgn Ifov e rorris pastor t the Ccnt9r it is copal church Lexington i ed am operf letter to the i fist Friday in which lie oh the timiiNd lopln Lexington Jueiay and dramatically calls on tJoljft Skiff the Democratic caqdidatinvho as- elected Mayorto r sO the of- Gcd The letter ndes as fo lows f UJ cull upon Jbhb kahvnd all o Decent moetlckct for the sa ofdnay fbr the sake of hone pf partyy whose panro bear to refllseof1ico on the 1condition under which they were glopfed This I write as a citizen whoMs chagrined till the blood moulj td his faro every time he think of the thin he sang nail knpVs These things I write aft t jiiaturo deliberation because I am a man and an American jimd- I would have ceased to bo either if I remained silent i1iay God have mercy on this community pThe FiritSnow Ch fi ftbw df tio season foil Tudny motoiaijrJIt was dab ui tiree inches j deeps 6nt molten S ickly after the clouds cl hy fo 0- rw 1cl 9ihiib ti d- Rol1c1 t our rli t Wddnesday and Thurs J If tw 1 4 r i t r- r sEd Turnc A Counsel for E formicly of Brcathitl co prison At Cllattnnoo aunder wen tcnce of lie laardcr of his wife nunIjist turday that the Supr rt as set November 20 aseon which the case will bd It had beenquipwould got tiS rCcneu ov a y rty- 011JT x EYI Boon Two inchof f rh4- r ground Tues n r ofbrokonho wellS1 A 111ii1 er to reportOnly the amendment ooin in Owaley com- Congratulati xtM a vottfrs C Breathitt coun kohl did their duty4 t t jA rs do and disfranchl the poor an unfortunate In picky will son be a thing of t fist harry Couch ho was cut nn dangerously YO tied by CIa J Harvoy Jr In woek is much improved and wfll get well John R llak our jaUr j wth us no more Like th6Ara he folded his oLII and iii off stole away and s not been i in our parts far moro than monthtClay Harvei V was delivere- dr Squire hailtinday charge with cutting lIar y Couch with intent to kill 114red examina tionandoast 1 in a bond o 1000Y 1 iJqiADtkson was confine d in 1 r fq Ja 1 wearing jaRl r gem t out of a wfndowtnd escaped to nether with thrcft1 others confined on penal charge but our eflicient deputy jailer had them all back in tho cage in less haD twentyfour hourstoThe election owmissioncrs for this county mcBst Friday and tabulated tho dHion returns as follows For Governor hazer received 245 votes Willson 1157 the other State candidates about thin same Constitutionalamend montfor 14 against 1049 For sheriff G B Wilson received 545 votes II H Ricq 454 S A Cau dill 236 and Albert Brandenbaugh Democrat 190 votes Willsons majority for Governor was 912 land Wilson for sheriff received 91 majority YALLEU BRITCHES Printed by r = Request i Mix tho following byfshaking 1 well in n bottle ana to ill tea o spoonful doses after meals and at bedtime Fluid Extract Dandelion one 1 half ounce Compound Kargtin one ounce CompoundSyrup Sar ipanlla three ounces A loci rrggist is the ty that thcSc1 j r plot harm t ients a4 t 1rcour4 1 The mtxttu to capse andstrengthen ie ctorjt1ana inactive Kidneys overcoming g Backache Bladder weakness and Uri nary trouble of all kinds if taken before the stage of Bright diseasoIThoio who have tried tills Sayor It positively overcomes pain in thec back clears the urine of sediment and regulates urin ion especially at night curing en the worst forms of bladder akness Every man or an hero who- feels that the eys are not strong or acting in healthy mnnII nor should mix tbTi prescription tat home and give itk trial as it is said to do wonders W many Ilcrr sons 1he Scranton Pa Times was r ungifprint this ronarkablo pre s ptio 1 fin Octobfr of 1906 slnco when Ian the ding news papers of New Yor stun Phil a opilia Tittsburg other eitici J iRYo mode many pjnounccraents of It to their reader III t 1 J r Here s a w Thos Pryse ie bu didtiA pis ncs9 house nQarthe f lt br ou t11tst n street i IliThis is ilia fourteenth se aalyilblqtjet o p Ir to Ia ij r toysIST deatltan ifs h- 1g y lash twejk the a q of I y t ttita sspp tiHLIitofSces in I- 3rbeenMioed + Y to Tt f- Cstirt of t1N- f ef Keneyen 1M nttsl Tph Judge teAJ b- n rs4p1 Nof more dhoihtia ntally do tvhildo family absent fro h except jr daughter- rI clotha and wu y blf rile w ishe die wht fe hours Lb p hI brother o ktllecsington alias becdprrostedcharge haterdman Murphy by aiding and abet Campbellfloaned on 2500 bond Warrant were sworn out for W R Camp bell charging him with the roar tr ot bfarphyanowitfi havits snot Policeman Smith Tlie fourth trial of Caleb Pow ere charged with alleged corn plicity in the assassination of Win Goebel was called Monday n Georgetown before Special Judge J S Morris and passed until Tuesday because of absent wit nesses The Commonwealth an Iepounced ready Tuesday andas soon as this announcement was made the defense filed with court a plea of abatement contain ing the Tfardon Riven to Powers N 7or The do fen scored a tvehjudge ruled that Powers attorney make avowal that he was par ed by kQov Taylor and that witnossea vouid bo heard on this poufiaAl netv nino ofdefenso will be itisrholiovcd and aPotcgfs to show that Hc s Qutsey not nly concoatld tlio conspiracy wlh h1 ttoythc assassination of Go Iit cred the fatal shot filedi rcuitcourt atOwentop dier ing and Otho Ira her chagipg thera witjvttampc with the grand Jule an t11 1s COUnCCtien Ins foripntioQ nasi agajnit J H Clifton JLJIIo Y Iand T fi StatTordmemli of she grand jury 1lio inforgi ion was filed in connection wjt indct meats returned against Stt optT A Alosanlcr4 and J ltiG rln for h psdfQg e rots charg witliJew bezzlingthe funJgiofti a county and the action was taken aftVr the dismissal ot the indictments on motion ipf the Commonwealths Attorney on the allegation that the men against whaiii tsfl infer had been fifelL jiou caused he jury to sled hctionj and rknom what was coiiiar ion hn tJia A of rho ofiah t Ivhom theln In tionwas 1 era art with the ex tioh- a n and placed in Ji il i w re afterjvurds released onlbon J J 0 Dackent t QuIcksftQd Wedricadgy t abou4 liig fare boauio law xnlrcs t rkIWOtteru bliftb 3 wttc I touItpakoff- 91t1tYti4A + Iea00Cpd got tltJ 1iI tigthe rl c grespeil lt a droathd clbglog to ItrFi af before Iaut o 7otst CrIt tao hM pue finnd otr Ibaf same njl mwratbeibBfe mtajlerd of c fl tlceEUltef 1anet lea to h takeHg eloaace fig the hack of iiiy lw ender my Belt 14 rttJtftrINdY i+ irrt1B11edrt he V d tHHi 0tIt hiat mpn bpa et Lk A lltO iat pat V t1JitI wi c Jr tIY I saw i t i tat She aka RAs tjerellntl e end IVthouBhtindced I TB JouM Wf tlpift return my by y to me Jibe not AstJiroached I sawi trace ofi nmuSjenf on her facaIlT In her eyof thcn whep 1 a few foot bf We she cast 1 as If m psIned to Me what WII to her thy gallantry prevailed and to what was to rae Ifnm1 and again iron mute thJ by tho eyes arid lips iron + I them ample recompense ereu so great a sacrifice Well every few minutes the akk ould conic round meet me and ould get out of hot way I was getting a trifle used to my but did not drop any of my expression at being obliged trust myself to then By and by I began to think that th had become familiar enough wlt skates to trust herself on the rink at least for tho few moments geese to our passing but she showed disposition to do so though at our gs her gratitude found more at c prcijslon Indeed I was be to take a positive pleasure in sacrifices when they were inter The girl was approaching me for th or eighth time when a youn skated up to her and said in tone WbyrDke + haCnro do hanging on tathoralfyoaonu ot best skaters in the rlnU girl laughed flung me a look full merriment cud loosing her hold out on to the floor like a bird Never has an inability to do any troubled me so much ns not toI been able to make a similar dis of my own statesmanship The darted hither and thither grace while I was still clinging to the Then the young man who had to her caught her hand and they slummed the surface like pair of swallows Bho seemed to a malicious pleasure In flitting by at tlmea homo of her ribbons Hut in my face just to show me Independent she was of that rail which 1 was chained Once when passed me collecting all niynerve go and took a few Independent My feet sew into too air and the thud that followed was uiin a smothered laugh from my tar as Bho w away ilie next evening I was ntjtthe skat Tjuk and the next and the next was not until the fourth evening 1easy again itho girl wUo lmd me V JienJl did she was tikiitejj with tbcyoung fellow whqhacF her skill Iou the rollersto me she pasted Inn she did not notice any moro than It I were a worm toduet bit looked up Into the of her attendant with an ex IQ of admiration sad devotion BsedJu a number of durhafe thsJevenlnCfaFef wbM skatj indlff cpntlyr I9pnJsoee me nsI Qttonttntl L pib hfahe passed r f tberInk and atnnsedgsattleI led 10 upotlneaning at leat aw9ntfllrL wbentuagirl ftrst me + d just clung to tub Site took tbJt herself on purpose force iiio To let colJIP1 she her ilwteus for the pnnwse of me jJHt her real object to littrnct iBrinttfentlon to put w itt my way to cimrm a would charm a hiedbrtls to tort Do you I ffa But whoa n that game with AW at do yoScall hlma fjlrt7 I mnlnlr not Tli ru w no 1 c iauguag lee fleyi n rou n It mom 4- ut fyou ha- Pwliatfi Why did WKot TOm around ttko fin and skate the oper w n er thought of burl fovM you litiow1he Rlrl dt tone th to attract your ord cnuse I tuarrtedher Rnd she con d that she had donor so P 4 you uo trouble In iriter7 V bat I was obliged to dirt with t girl before brluglng her t II t tfeaaibt rtu ID fee expreae a 7 uaietalirer tftW- Ionw i Eafy N rhdhimp Frr J l l ys i ia i what A Wa IIrtlerr frtif C tetaaeli tee lo make by Reefer J b hayebred et least iSr 1 Z + Ill1r irkkiaddltl a k tyr0ear ttYed which e tle lile4be due fdteirl 4xktt btmli 1i pte hof trermfkaed roomic Derin winter we jav ibe b b ono bushel of cor- araedlBrapl cornstalks ad leiha r fhnuUud alHc pro 3 t- Aetl tel eldtibep Otae w iIflb usake 1 tho Heteraal v1gllaee G- aj katfe WM tto We divided aM iIJ aiaain 4wst11 toraIq utoetia rb the WM Denyfrysei the ret of rer we would eachnalitIabout hits aadkemoue placed In a capacious basket behind the kitchen stove If pretty tar gone a spoonful of brandy was poured down his anyhIt next spring BIB Gain Good Price We succeeded in raising 100 lambs one per ewe When these were old enough we nailed slats around a pen placing these just tar enough apart to permit a Jamb to squeeze through Inithis pen were placed all the thatemade were whichcwo periods pIned seyeupounds per leek IbeJt ot they averaged seventy lids Ya pounds apiece many weighing upward of ninety pound At that time we received ie per hundredweight atPihome Now tho some lambs will bring about 720 per hundredweight dells ered at our home station sr 10 Why Not Tou perhaps wonder why we have not tried again breeding earller as I hare suggested We would havedon- so only that the kind of hired help which will sit up half of the night la order tp look afteryour can not bo picked up at a minutes notice i Dortats Irv Hothouse Butlnvts Joseph E Wltlg In his book on Sheep Farming In America says that the Dorset ewe Ins the way of dropping per lambs at an earlier season than any other ewe Then she Is the greatest milker of any of the sheep tribe and because of this and of theft 1BOU MHO DOBBBTB ability fo UseVgraln at an early age Dorset lambs soon qttnln good weight and are usually sold tat from their mothers sides and pJQtjjrofltcoinoa from selling them at tout tnontlte of age Dorsetre largelf used In hothouse lamb errpNaturally the largenifof lainbV the farm will to tlordate for the fancy trade There fe Vhowerer abuadantpr In fattening them to le itt MKLApril May June or- B Tel y imonll DUatttr 1 Toting lih was paying devoted t tq rich and beautiful girl ends cful result seemed inevitable wreckedIidiscovered that the next day r birthday and informed her oe that on the monjuir be d her a bouquet roses ono each year That night be aioto toiis tkirlst orderingthe ltunaUa 0 delivery of twenty roses to AJee oung lady Thoflorist read the cauf lhougbthe wouldjpleafio the young N Urovlug 01 1tifOh t to pilec roem you h ha d 4 oFulccIN CRAWFOItD tt JACKSON KY Xrstm DR O H SWAN J PNYSI IAN ANA s Eo 1 K 7 t PICQ HOU SU 0 4 pdj1 i IIN ulnals n next JACKSON KE 1 252525ZS J r RR01EN REDEEMED 1r r Notorious fereathitt Pre i cinct GftejtfMi Ma jority forWill It f 4Justas the Bailey l io in Franklin country4 trees roads nn t fl r iJ the Beckhamrt iti- r ndministerud 1 the Democrat- telling fl loss itsi r tion of last Tate i bacco growing countie v to r iltepublicnor responded with Ho vy Demf cratic losses Frozen Ijrecinct- s i t up in Breathitt county which w instrumental in the defeat of Scn ntor IcGreary for tim Settonal nomination in 190G cratie primary followed the Den- ocratic precept last Tuesday returning a Willson majority tlt fairly stunned the Democratic campaiun managers and furnished a startling surprise for the Repub Bean candidate It seems that retribution marked the recent 4 4 Democratic campaign at every turn of the road During Governorelect Willsons campaign of the State nothing de t lighted him morn than to relate JI SreordQr liking audiences the fistoryof The Half Wit of Fro zen and ho took more genuineI pleasure in its recital than amusing incidents of the trip Jnckf the Republican leaders told him of halfwitted man who voted forty two times under as many different names in Frozen precinct for l3cckham and Hager in tho 1900 primary tfTho precinct was in the Tim Hargis domain andof tourse the McCreary and Hays support ers did not have d lookin ns the election officers were of the harte gis clan This incident of tl Democratic priraHry was looked T i upon as ajiuge jQke all over the county and the Hargis crowd wero wont to jest merrily o IM whenever thcirttcalled to ittos 1The story was t t when all the vi t r had been cast o y k ballots remained in the bac e bl1l1ot book and tlte lIarg being loth to see th mtey pug up the halfwit marched fijfii in the door of the toting oth gave him any x a eoul- tltinlc of and had hlcasL a Ballof for Beckham lager Co This theIhalf u4 f t Wame each timeIie ionteredjjhoting boothuntil all the batl hlld been used ndcast r for the Iiiachino nominees During his stay m Dr nifit Sir Willson was t O tl inc 4 dents of Quicksand J nnT Tjoublo r waSihIjfield because no ballots ha enI sent but that tho returns for Bockhara and linger came i up the same ns if one had becrifv I if JTheJtFrozentwore rein scv cnt4 ono counties of try State i f by Mr Willson and thcyj1 tlOWI d rtar P j1ill c Jtupjtio history s a L1p d ScJjIJQwil f i i N S d bye MrUHaKVSo Sims loaded dgwn yritb If ymenGbddbypi Mr HBCIKOO ibyaq + i J CHOltUS lir ttbai w e ckfiafile lr o B1 iim es d- ood Mr goodbye n- rb don t Iietot tateW yf happcnedycts oodbye p Mt iia rfood- r r t kvV redconrfttf Oi shod a bc gle1- ood be GoS- Sho11ht1vA c thgbcstGot orsh e e9rJuid GoollrY3fiy t hood bye Old v 5 nCXi t Gobdltseytllr HRJieriOoo Jyp It wouldnt sell for a dollar I bill Good isc Mrllager b tr Jh uTrstkh4ttokcs itGobM bye Mr linger kodd bye ii looks lit= o Junk alh Moro d I about 4kit 1 Good bye fir Ia cr J o bye UThc sun shines bright in ol fICaintuek lftboctbyo MrHager good by Ink GOdwho A lc us this Brea trOO I uc k r Good bye Mr JIagor good liy V The Death RollA The infant daughter of Sig Turner of near Crockettsvill a a few days ago of throat rMrs Eliza Bowman widow of G W Bowman diedat her home SntuntdotS night a s She was about 60 years of age Her remains were buried m die Little grave yard Sunday Rodney Back son of Miles Back of Quicksand died nt his horn Saturday He was about 15 years of alto When a mere child he fell off of a fence and broke 1 hitoIIi known to medical and Surgical science but to no avail His ror mains were buried Sunday in t family graveyard near the moo of Quicksand Captain A C Copa died at h home on Frozen Creek November 8 lie was born May 10 1828 and would have been 80 years age at his next birthday Ho served four years in tho Confeder ate army as Captain in Co D 5t Kentucky and was in the battle Chicamnuga and several other bat ties but escaped without receiving n wound lIe was elected to the legislature from this district and served in the session of 18778 with credit to himself und his constituent Ho has been an invalid rfdr ninny years and bore up un der his afllictlous with great coo r agA and fortitude Ho was ono fr our best citizens and his to ill liogreatly felt by the pooiil of his community lIe wag burled by the Masons of which order he had been n consistent mcmbor for many years V OW1 W Pear Tre DU sstClithia jllIo Js isitin her sister attM plaoe biraiE E Dfasoa loft jo har home in tlipBouth last Tue y MrsZTJIurst has den Wk sfckfbrthe past wcek but is ph provfpeJ v rMrs CB Atnyx left for IJ T hpme jn Chanuta Kansas laslt- TUVi Hay to H HurstV wife of S l rat county courtclerk di bar 29 after iissfeun montts She w iroti tli e h iScia that coo t wtTI Giili- t alta a Juno i i and wasmar to I Iiu December r ecttlc fd t county iipa- whero r their present hcmc isi hoc ed tcRI ctj nine aro as follows Mrs A L H n- J w I ea Muinof o JTimpt n of ife t o Qf- Y 0- n rjTu 14h ant1 h 4r 1 4 ho are still at home I eel near her home trying ground No 10 famjly were all their last respects wife and nothcr o this method of thank Many friendsand reJniVes etrnesss shgirn u 21ur ligt fbltr eitbeloved reify jicq JWords can not t appreciation of those friends uav5 shared with us the iMfllyCTieils by the bedside of tMJd ono No sweeter tnfembly canlivojn any heart than he m of thou untiring de Vjnj4 l Piowup haSTjiist loft us aces qf sorrow break t f elfniJ vo CAn but 1 101 as true may 11 ono ofotheu shpuTd sprowmu3e IfioVtthomes- C I u Jt n Vt frY T 1 UM9T AD AIfll Lost Creek rIre Id that Uncle dept Noble lv zedJ and cilrr1f away by a tiger I arid held so long o vote Mean tlg n ti hir f lloneysuclcor Nvn i a n titsonhat because J r 9t celraprp Votes than has the syhijpathy of Jl G0 uDl- tt w SWoYataisfho st fk nnd I me l1a9 or tte dhattho prrr t i i oy permit tliegtselves tpr diced b Fglccti ef 9eThe bigeyi rs in this v ofcinity arc bruising the lac n eyes fathorsfsoris and brat ers wringing tho hearts of majer sisters un ulhtera and XK din helpless rnawnnoccnt cSWrcn ot food and clothing We iijnlc our county officers ought torun them ensrY found t klt0tf ANOTIIFll COHKE rONDEXT Henry Franols got kicked by a mule John Roberts has finished his corn cribs isGreat many people arc traveling tho rood to Richmond Samuel Koberts returned homo from Quicksand last Friday frothm isRnnie Roberts tinta mess green beans on November 7 a also roosting oars November 1 rWe think the frost has been very kind to us this fall COUNTY1f Born to the wifeof 10lIOlon of L lie last ni girlt l1 S r A JudgeS Sample Is iir nl MorganiPounty attending toVlegal business tMr Cashdo d tvfat ofc rPennsylvania sr enow ts the St Cloud Hot llannn uasts pf Ceif ftl1 Jjofel during tho firslrpf the tliist ettITwo holed tlmberm C 11i meant of Now Jersoy a 1 6arreti of Winchester M I in our town during th f l Wilson trio trifveling salesma eat re ng th Yntercharsfsof haa b atnas call N i John a- I nwho has besn licit fur If past few days is ble tO 13 oagain John says that sitting p with sick Democrats cads dyils trouble in ourllaeEroparttha follow DgirigrHavc beeji celebrated in Ihs qouiiif jsJInn Bryant to Elkihtlrml6s Jr tpMartlifl Hollon r D H Kash made a flylng trip to the Stillwater Bridge Sun dar butt weijhavo since learnt nIof ItTleeIApr 9 ng firm of Canoy Iurl Y il iQ anai1dition to their ul din b w1 is capcityIf1fIIDQU likjtj t news from thediI tEiel fJ recentYea J5 ijif Wi4 cat wolj has 11 yoquarm down on the Henry 7 riyalnoJ 1- a 0 r i rnv JI f r I N r I 71J F RIDA ANDwITHOUfI d OULEAN Y QU a CRESCENtofttr Winte ouriSt 0tern cr et fJ Good Pctumlell May 31st lei EKnlosna Ilit of f 1 JSei I I It Q KI50 18 TiIll Mal It LzIQtoIy 4 I J I THE SUNIMY SCH t OLS1 HoldJntc Swnn11Yl1tions ii he County Tho irst ajlKiml convention the S gday ols of the Ma- torlnl tllatri 1roubloso me Fdork the ic nstlt i sday No mber 6i disappointed two 01 irs nett be- h Sent cntion was 1success to ever tray f- I J W 71 iii State Sunday school work started for Lost Creek the itAnrv riot but it I causCjOf a cUtdtfolf timJof try noil newel a he travel cd oe 1 lily slot to Jacks on in ta Ia1 t Lost Creek DtntrJackson Uu or W II setzer and Harold Ih riboon did so r well that the tvention was vc anywaydoodand sad we Jio scatP Ideas which the pAsealed i The first Sul ty school way or gnnized about 21 years ago in England by J ert Ruikcr At first his workopposed but has grown so so that today is the grcatcd pious institutitn in the world 1 tlio only one in corpornted by i jir National Con grass a The object a rganized work to help Sunday idipols to do bv tor and moreeti o work The aIm fthe Su ayrschool is to teach tho wor 1 G w fc 11r tec tin depcn sfondtt- eacher l+e The t char sliould notf 4teach anythingf ut the word of God Styles 0 dresscs tints etc Sundofnnschool r 0No teacher can hope to success A fully roach th son by putting only thirty njHos time in pre paring the k The teacher should read tholSunday school Ics son every day intiro week and go before tho class without fat least four hours spent in good t In earnest study in preparing tho lesson to teach jt Bo tactful in presenting the lc son change your methods interest your scholars The value ofcprimary work can not be ovcres timated But ompnrnticl fa people join theitchurchor than their way butt after they are twentylive yeai oldTt mindcan be trained fpwgjifj living Before the sun has hardened 4ho clay it can boLomoulded to suit the workman renedtfaincd far Godt the chI a J sow its i is atrlc I tlie di the child t Fshay io b pf he cliitd lito i A Permanent organization waS ctrectet with good officers It shall boitho pijrposo of this organi nation hold at least one convcn lion each JcaL t tTUBTho convention that was held on Morg bran was not so largely at endedas thlone that was hold ut Lost Creel wing to a misurt w derstandins n r when the speak ers would gctere but there tr R aftcrnoonlund an by W J SundaytbcllooiY o aadrissscd abestSund Isome1t 1 t- LLk M what the Sunday schools HWjdo ins in this Country rC flRdtoconvention held the e vuch V- nnnnt si i V i rngtselected fortho tofFrollcnJ1lUltjn rCr1 c Quicksand Pr a v S Dortllicls vies J Gsi v 1 vU 1 lilie6umr Qcretary 1 Nora Lornlace reasuror yl li PclfryIY f Turkey Paul of Jells Ccohktr was her f ntly WharrinStr s DaniclTaiDefJettsCrcok was atTtirkc gftc eekL k 9 V 1TcfrrrceknJohn Kvanf of lefts Creek vis rtited relatives nt this place recently fjDill Tcrry iude a business trip to SIcadow creek the first of the week 4 t Isom and Wilson Terry were in- ro Lexington the first of tho week on business Miss O lIen Griffith visited her cousin Miss Lnura Griffith the past week aditcompleted Mrs Jane Caudbll attended the funeral of Oliver Gross at Line oms creek Sundn ISllrownlow Johnson who has been at T o Rose for some time has returned home Miss Eu la Foster one of our un dsclioblteacliars of Whiirr was hero on business last week John Little and Johh Caudill who are working for the K I- ay Lumber Co at Lo Rose visited homo folks here recently Miss Martha Cornett of Daven port Okla writes that she is coming beck to Kentucky next June She is a sister to Isam Terry of this place FonaCT Me Nor T ROSB 8 Q SAMPLe ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and Councclors at Laws QThisof Wolfe and ndjncent coun eorpO1IV F LE JJ house and lob on Main street ftletfrontanyabout 200 i with a good dwelling slxroomstwolalls rent back porel an bath offrditreesc Yr BAILEY itd Jackson Ky i 8enderso f Ayree strf r Pogf omp LEXINQ KY ri AOAUBVUKii Grain SeeJxFeed WhatR1BBarleJ Oatl1l1fd Ofto Millet ant ek HujyarlmTHayf n upI pJu HONEY AND Tu A CHILDERS 1vJfn GOODS C9t- POR M5tfJf a 4 r licita tiro tra a o moup in people Jtrill be- AxJj10IfiON4EV r 1h telSabo8avp ydu morteftjjffcib 1 ly thiMImicO 100 Klliftrys N1 sM C t 3- i fr At nILttINI ER f f t r e t tlr r t x is lty + is OWON1ISPLAY 1 lIt I fJ0urMillinery will be- 1eve1atioi3joqiauy1a 1 t- lI1 delight to- yi1 T11 Sisuch that you I will SJIIelr1SpPbne that captivates s your fancy Theyare perfecp gems richiI eil ty hf y oil hajCI1 SC 4I tc Pl fair hat ti Jf see these buyKful models + j The individuality and taste charf act rlstic of this millinery t cannot be nptIn cciatcl wo irk II r EXCLUSIVE ahd FASHIONABLE MODELS LADIES FALL SKIRTS rcare pleased to announce that our displlrof Ladies Skirts for the fall and winter season is now com plete an exhibit of style quality and elegance that is unquestionably the finest in Jackson and cannot hall to add greatly to ourr prestige as pur vcyorsto WieVfaishipnffOic WonTCn of this section 0 Linensj Bedding We wish to tell you Very early in the sea1 son that notwithstanding the big advance J fortunatelyinoffer you a big saving on our present stocks quotationsand Fancy Linens White Dress Goods Flan FlannelettesWashGoods We wish rto know that we have a fixed rule that custQrI1er get tlp benefit of our i careful po matter what the condition of the market at I tome or abroad 5 r t 1- d dOOiC T YJCS AND RANGES Italways Innsit sr mJs wjj boa woman a delight j toht1 a 8to OOr a range t lea rwloot baker Our jupply has more ood fjdaliliirfJ thlui TM navo apace to enn inerate TroDe or ours ilndyoail DO con faced 06 I + GOODSOnr I aril Grocerie r niiiitheyou can L nndIfseason ono r fiOIL our delightful hams S1=1 i Shoesin h Clotting nd fflrnishihgs Prontiaogoodr DAY I r BROS coLJrr T1tiLJACfiy t I Vt Y- 1rt1 T l Z