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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, November 22, 1907. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1907 bre1907112201 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 22, 1907. Breathitt County news. J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1907 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. 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bo bettered We have nade careful selections Jri Ladies and Misses U Cloaks fnJLllack Blue Gray Castor and other colors The prettiest line of Ladles had Misses Skirts eYer in Jackson in all the now weaves sad colors and in all tho moat approved styles are on display lino of Dress Goods SilksballWe Ask to see our beautiful Flannels all colors Laces t Trimmings and Ribbons Gloves Hand kerchiefs Ul1I1orwoar1Embroidories Hosiery Fancy Belts Back and Side Combs all th seasons at 15 per cent discount Mothers ask to soo our line of Infants garments j MILLINERYBEAUTIFUL Wo are showing beautiful lino of ready to wear and and individuality for a very small Hftta Wo give you style beauty amount of monoy All trimmed with tho daintiest of trimmings in Underwear and for Men Women and Chil1rcn0t1t ng Uloth Carta i Oil Cloths omlirW 1Trunkr Stiit Grips woYRliseeoffer advantjta that cannot bo had olsowhere k HOW U Almost ovary size and shape conceivable LoV prices i OMM lMi Iii this elegant stock Wo have too many goods and aro- aNI teell tk nRt 11A 15 per cent discounti W JaLe4ar t O 1 eOO e O ofi ooooo0ooo0oooSAMUULi II HAD lr Ctwhlor Jf lLOYD DAY PrcH F I GItAAVFOUD Vlco Pros 0 M P DAVIS Acting Caslilcr W 8 IIOI I LIt AMt Cosh t mmiimtmi i jj O 0U aP NSF I BANKING METHODS ii- l t1 i U ARE SATISFACTORY To a large and growingcllentlle If g in this mini sl 6you are are not already r tj bee J why nownot g tGsubject over with t Irt iJ us A f call 4sllli Wont you tr Jgt PAID UP CAPITAL and SURPLUS 2735000 I r IvJACKSON DEPOSIT BANK I Jackson Kentucky tiiErlll r1wiQ tJ hcOfaib H HiH Hill H H 2 r J THE d i uthern RyOFFERS VERY LOW ROUN- DTRIPHomesee4jates P 1 To Arkansas Irdart ferritory 1 Louisiana J i 1 ahotrfa Texas r ues11c4 1 days of each month fJ Apply to any Southern Ry Agent or write Cf AJt COOK D PeA i BSYENTTP A 1 LOUISVILLE K r rr f Ir drS tr J 1 I t rTOADRTIE41 The Br i hilt s has now the IlrlesLcircular tioh of Any paper in1 Eastern Kentucky Merchants and busirte smbn arc invited to take advanlaup of this splen advertising medium If you have never advertised with us Kivo us a chance If you make your appeal for trade through The News it rn will reach tho largest and J- mostintl1hent class of buyers in thiscoiniiuinity Your ttds will borcud by them and they will become voor custo 11 mers Try it and scorn1si5252SS 4AS j bi C Oaks of Elkatnwa Was hero nn business Uo lion Qj VSeweTWeftSiffiB on a buslness trip to Hazard AC Russell of Clay Hole was hero Monday on business J E KoRcrs of Ammie Clay county was a caller at The News oflico last Saturday hastpurchased of Mary farm near that place Mrs Laura Sewell was visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Thomas Strong on Frozen last week Mrs W S Daniel of Proctor was visiting her daughter Mrs J II Hammons Saturday and Sunday Mrs J IL Blake and Mrs T T Cope wore visiting the family of A IJlIa ins at Robbins Sunday The of solid tiergoldI might to Jackf opvttl the SnKlcciior itouclry Storc W lllrant llJis i1nntrrefluftI h ftistar h weeks witha carbuncle our his neck is able to bo out again James r4Stidhani returned Friday from Los Angeles Cal whore he had been visiting his brother for the past four weeks Rev Alex Patterson of Bcatty villc was in Jackson last week Ho yen C from hero to Camp Chris- ty Ire he held services IIo willl 1d regular monthly meetings in Jackson this winter I Hubert Burke and Nelson Smith wore knocked off the new railroad bridge last week which is being built at llcidclburg Leo county across tho Kentucky river They were unloading a car of timber when the accident happened Burkes skull was fractured but Smith was not hurt so bad The Death Roll Miss Julia the thirteenyearold daughter of Samuel Williams Bobbins was burned to death by her clothes catching on fire while she was washing last Thursday weekago She was dead when found Clarence Gabbard aged eight years son of Isaac Gabbard of Puncheon Camp died Tuesday November C of consumption The remains were buried in tho family grave ardat Henry Gabbardfl Hargis Suit Called- In the circuit court at Lexing ington Monday the 100000 damage suit of Thomas P Card well of Jackson against James Hargis Elbert Hargis and Ed Callahan was set for trial Decem bor 7 Cardwell guardian for the Cox heirs and administrator of tho Cox estate alleges that John Smithand John Abner fired the shots that killed Cox and that they wore hired to kill Cox by the two Hargis brothers and Callahan 4NOTICE tftf have taken up on my premises ono largo red cow with whiteface She is about ten or twelve years old and has high horns She came to my premises about May 1 Owner can have her by by proving her and paying for her keep and for thin advertise mentaJeaiire R- Jaeksicy Zf N JF + iNO j r Jo r All pafti slI Sh- pfromthlaItt hilladdX rft ntasob arohcrcbyf notified to atoncc and receive sine and costs and further troubles I can be found at tho L E Itetf i J B Lonixo IS6V Prgi J 4 Clean Upfotthe Holiday And buy your soap and scourin powder from the Ladies Aidht ciety of the Cliristinn chufii They have the Larkin produo for sale All of sdi washing powders perfumesktoilj water etc Call up Mrs Olf Ito11ard und ask about wHatfc want Ifwe have not got atj will take youly order m NOTICE I4tl r a my land f purpose of prohibiting pepi Icf hunting or trespassing ors IM tint their stock to run at In same The land is eitua Quicksand Creek in Bi 1 county and is known as the Bottom farm also tho land Seth Back now lives adln the above This pOlice wijH tithisNovember22190t i NOrASU ESTILL COt Willis Winkler and wit guests of David Lay Sunda tJJeff Garrett and wife Juno rYar ofdSundayi I O Gl 9 jed It MGltrr rrtltaif1tf Miss EI7 4sL 1 A Ht Garrtattslast llbu p dirsliars Gran Wn t fa d ly vtltodle sister hoGa- ra 1 ratjIj1 t 10 Ie Michaels wlwi s iJLofcOls tt a tiJ tfpgctsd w3Qr 1 bL1 rll mule colts lIe says ho Ms groin to tend ibis crop with calves mUlrand Huston Walton and famiy and- Leonard Lay md Miss Ad tick ardson were guests of VVtofi Richardson Sunday V Henry McGeorgo and wis Mary Bctt Dalton were morel November 14 Tho bride isVi daughter of A 11 Dalton tit Panola r Si Millard Winkler has sold Iii corn here for 275 a barrel Vait nio Warford also sold her cornop Crooked Creek to W C o e for tho same price j Asks Us to Print it r To relieve the worst forms J Rheumatism take a teaspotiil I IterIhalf ounce Compound Kwflfji one ounce impound Syrup Sa- L saparilla three ounces These harmless ingredients ca be obtained from our home dru gist and are easily mixed by shBk hag them well in a bottle belle is generally felt from the first foot dosesThis prescription states a wel known authority in a Clevelan morning paper forces the cloggec up inactive kidneys to filter an strain from the blood tho poiso ous waste matter and uric aci which causes Rheumatism As Rheumatism is not only tl most painful and torturous discus but dangerous to life this simp rcccipo will no doubt be great valued by many sufferers hero home who should at onco prepa tho mixture to get this relief It is said that a person w 1 would take this prescription reg larly a dose or two daily or ova l tow times a week would nov have serious Kidney or Urina disorders of Rheumatism Cut this out and preserve Good Rheumatism proscripti s which really relieves are scarce deedand when you need itiwant it badly Our druggistafee b say they will either supply thVi ingredients or make tho wixvm ready to take If spy of our ttM II teQ proper j v 1 4i ir lk AFfir sG L ttjW t iiTHE Jr 0 U A M Standing for American PrinciplesI 01It o columns of The Breathitt County News for which 1 am very thankful to pro cnt before its many readers the objects and aims of the Jr 0- A11f U I will begin land this issue continue from time to time largesrPatriotic 1 organization in America strlctJ fconpartisan and nonsectarian PPosed to the union of State an lUrch For some unaccountable reasons the objects and principles pf this order are misunderstood by k grcat many of our best citizens This being the case it is highly Accessary that campaign of edu itipn be entered into by its mem ferj in order to enlighten every K landtolid to what extent we arc l endcav nng to carry tnem out rNo true loyal American irreJj ective of surroundings or belief ed bo ashamed to advocate the principles and objects of tho Jr I U M since they are Gods iighcsjL and noblest ideals of American manhood and citizen andat all times dportly jhgt which is right to s pf cur land and to Go guid- edtr conduct and delibera- o1 by a profound belief in the is m o an Almighit Godand favoni protecting the United j Cites o A erica fromi any for gn foe be ieving in the restric n of forcig immigration known t- aswe dolu t immigration wifh cr anarchy disloyalty an tanistictb this AtnVi f t and c tJotJnlh1 Atilx ortlioa tSfIr fir Y klntilc P orXa rit7lS the di h1 trop among Its memtl bcrsnd through them among the jibHo generally of a more per fec knowledge of the history r jOof government underlying und policies that have ado the United States not only a Teat world for power but tho11J cat oxampler of freedom liberty The possession of such nwvlcdgo is imperatively neces i r thoso who would take a- dinf part in safeguarding Amer kan institutions and ideals nndt moulding public opinion in union herewith The teacher must know before ho is competent to teach else shall ho be but a blind leader of tho blind Society organized for the boneD fit of its members Governments exist or should exist solely fort good of tho governed What State Louis XIV of France fhe tho question by saying StateIam the State The ffVench Revolution however proved to his unfortunate grandson Louis XVI that the grand monarch had been mistaken and that the people not the king constituted the State The stream of a fountain can not naturally rise higher than its source so it is with States A State is but the organized aggregate of all its citizens and the principles and policies in accordance with which its government is carried on are but the sum total of tho principles and policies in which its citizens believe and the good and bad impulses by which they arc educated Iin their relations with each other The personel of the citizenship of tho State determines the character of its government Applying these fundamental concepts of civics to tho study of our country and its problems we are led to inquire as to tho foundation of our studies what peculiarities there arc if any in tho people of the United States that differentiates them from the people that go to make up the population of tho other great powers of christen dora and one if not the chief iof such differences is found in the- composite character of the popu lation of tho United States Eng- landi Franco Germany Italy and p other KwropeRn niUons have each ir 1cr1 t 1 111 in the distant past received con tributions of population from many different sources but it is so thehaveY OWl intities constantly becoming CT more closely knit together by ties andwxeceivintittle r r population from foreign sources Take for example England Brit ian Angle Celt Saxon Norwe Eachti population CUStoms laws etc but for centuries these influ inextricablyiand early histor thsLong long ago they became En thereidsisolated individuals becoming in grafted upon the English stock The United States however presents an entirely different condi UnitedStatesinto two treat classesthe native born and tho foreign bornwith- an intermediate and transitional class composed of the native born parentsHere est problems with which the states upon tho policy of the United States to 1thoor restrict immigration or alto gether prphibit its First of all SIn or descendants of immigrants no matter whether we nr rive on the Lusitana orvour an cestors came on the Mayflower None of us cantherefor0very consistently demand that the bars be- put pto keep f aUimmigra Ts ro IRb sStithatwithout regulation would bo dangerous if not disastrous immigrants like Jeremiahs figs are sqrao good very good others bad very bad The problem therefore that itself for solution is this shall we as a nation so regulate the admission of foreign immigration as to exclude the vicious diseased and criminal and at the same time work no injustice to the worthy and deserving and maintain the reputation of the United States as the haven of refuge for those whpulvaving the inheritant love of liberty in their hearts seek to cscap r tIle tyranny oppression oLitti Old World The first principles of the Jr O A M is to maintain and promote the interest of Americans and shield them from the depress ing effect of foreign competition We guarantee a hearty welcome to all immigrants who desire to better their condition and bocome- a part and parcel of our nationality but we have not one foot of American soil for the anarchist the socialist or for any one who is not willing to bow allegiance and obedience to our free American institutions andour democratic form of government Wo guarantee to all mon of all nationali ties tho liberty of worshiping God according to the dictates of their own conscience and would give every assistance to protect all in the exercise of this liberty but we object to the interference of any church no matter under what name it may exist in the temporal affairs of our law making depart mont or free and charitable insti tutions In tho strictest sense we are a national political organiza tion but we oppose with unani nity the slightest taint of partian ship Our Country is our motto and we keep this motto steadily before us In my next I will take a study of tho immigration and its evils from tho birth of our country up to the present I am your obedient servant J pJiunlwb w w w stop with Hart Brothers at tbt mood totc1 when lu tainRtinii HE POETS i NER AUTUMN 11r ft I COTIUBUTf IV ti I left the townhn summer a 1 had waned Left bustling cares where j man v to r tman complained r Left surging crowds where joy and sorrows meet 90 Out to a country place 1 sought retreat f The summer had i t io sautumnWere turning brown and gold like 1 I bearded sheavesS rtLight winds were whispering JlYsweet retiring lays f e a- e Attuned to holy cords in fitting t tpraise h Iot The tofConspired as one in peans of love iand mirth f t Tho song of birds the insects thC restless hum iThe J f werejnotk f Thus to these con try scenesIf iw sought retreatit t Left joys and cares in surging rFcrowds to meettOut to the latdwhere freedom t reigns suljremeyWhere pains depart and burdens 4 end in dream Sublime enjoyment fields wherokr1 nature tends i T Ecstatic tryst where love to God ltS endsIISHope built on hopo and joy sue ceeding joy v Sweet wings of peace our flitting hours employ K K a When The Twilight4Re 1f- i gins Af S M When the twilight begins to fall j = r r And the I j M u f- 1 wall arsq I While the old folks chant an oven i t 1 ing song CHORUS Fathers and mothers your duties are right Your instruction must be true Your counsel must not be a holykfright But must be holy new They soon will close their eyes in sleep Upon their bed of rostIThey pass tho night as humble sheep- Th1tdweU in tho bosom of the blest Nature hath prepared them water And food for their weary soul a Shelter for tho nights quarter A God to guard them wero told Onward I onward we perciove f Life is but a clond Then let us all be ready to achieve And be protected by a shroud H A Miller Ned Ky t1w J 1 I ate me EVOLUTIONl v tJIn the 1 k5t I ate me J 0 Whereby + Blmply a A harmless armless With not a leg to thInINor voice to speak or I ate me a welsh rabbit 1iThen hied myself away I tTweroOadzookal I thought It so t j to nut after I had cone to sleep t t How quickly It did grow 1 Into the strangest creatures Into the mares of night e0 1IntoInto the rlnctlLl ledl Into tho jabberwo r Into the jangling ooBtenl Into the sIx bom Into tho horse Wkh Into the hog with winK Into the cat wlthi feathers Into the cdwtkiitingr Into all mann rot creature Of the earth eriU the air and the sett And all of them promenading Or sitting around on ma j f I I ate me a rrelsh l In the night lat pattI ate me a welsh rabbit i tSimplYA whole menage I hear be refused to take chlotatott 1 when he w 6pNNited on Yes Hiifktdkratbir Uki U ifMl 1 p4kis bW 4 r- r MrA e r iiM t f N h Y y The Breathitt News SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE J WISE HAGINS EDITOR t FRIDAY NOVEMBER 221 1 t 1ti 4 A H PATTON PATfORNEY AT LAW I OFFICE INCIUWFORD BLDO 1 JACKSON KY 1- o it S52S2Ses1 Iii f DRvO hLtSVANGO i 3 I PNYSI IAN AND suI G O- fI 3 D 3 OP PICB OURSS A TO 4 P nm 3 3 IN HARQIS BUILDING x JACKSON KBNTUCKT HESHSESHSESESHHHSHSaSS 4 SUFFRAGE i Now that the election is over t in Kentucky and the heat of the politicalcontest has cleared away it occurs to us to bo just an proper to make some comments on past elections and suggestions Ifortho future We do not pose as a moralist nor as one skilled in ethics but thero are some things practiced in connection with our elections and which is being more indulged in year by year and is the awful thing of buying an selling human suffrage To us it seems that there is no practice that is more detrimental to organ ized society and which is growing more enormous every year than this dangerous and malignant and cankerous practice of bribery in electionsWe congratulate ourselves in Kentucky that there is shown a strong tendency toward fair elections and the people have come out boldly against corrup practices in politics andagains machine methods and party bosses but there remains yet this great evil to our electorate system that must be eradicated The thing of buying a vote purchasing from a man his most sacred heritage deal log with him for that privilege fo w died and bring ong win- this ast and if not checked and destroyed to what endVill it lead Another year will bring on our National election and with it the temptation to raise and distribute funds by all parties to win th- race Following this will come county and district elections in Kentucky and with them the strong temptation to influence and corrupt the voters What will the people do May it be expected them that the evil will be checked Why not 1 The hour may be dis tant yea the possibility may be dreamily remote when these hopes can be realized but we here call upon all persons to whom this message may come and ask that the appeal be repeated and soun de again whether you occupy the pulpit or plead before the bar or weild the silent form of the pen or follow the charming pursuits of commerce whether o highor humble station in life le it bo your present aim to free your country of this impending and growing evil of purchasing and selling human suffrage Take up today this appeal For fresh groceries of all kinds f at the lowest prices call on E C It Combs i Attention G A Rs To the Honorable Members of G A R Lodge Elijah Clay Post Iis ++ No 168 I have a letter from the Division of Kentucky Geo II B Steb bins 812yine street Cincinnati 0 in regard to organizing a Sons I of Veteran Lodge in Jackson PleaaIlat the L E Hotel izr tl letter as it is done in A rfour fatliore I am sure tuat members of the post will advise you this Way as we should r do something to Honor themJv Members of G A R come and i tell your sons to come They of fer to send a man hero to attend tot Respectfully BituoB MARobsifo Attorney Kelly Kash was at Jt tending court at Beattyville Wed4 aesday V JfLartkil N 0 JU llardrI lot t I Help Wanted The old woman who sweeps tho cobwebs off of the sky needs help with the largest cobweb she over encountered Pattons Planing Mill S E Patton is now running his planer on full time Ho has thor oughly overhauled the plant and Ss doing excellent work Ho can give you all kinds of dressed lum ber at pleasing prices Givo him a call and be convinced Patron ize homo industry and get your flooring siding ceiling and entire mill work from him Jury From Madison Tho case of tho Commonwealth against B F French charged with complicity in the murder of J B Marcum was called for trial the second time at Beattyville Tuesday by special Judge John L Dorsey After some delay the- o Commonwealth announcedready Tho defendant also was ready The court ordered n venire of 150 jurymen summoned from Madison county and appointed Henr Brandenburg elisor to go them Court then adjourned un selectioda monwealth is represented b Commonwealths Attorney J P Adams A F Byrd T B Blakey and J P Lyon while the defers is represented by Attorneys J J C Bach W A Young and J K Roberts expecteddas will require at least two days to select tho jury Mora T T Terrill of Lane is visit iting his daughter Mrs J B Flinchum Algan Derickson made a flying trip to White Oak Sunday Whats the attraction Algan firmtCannel City Friday on business Christian services were held horn last Sunday by Rev J B Flinchum Largo crowd and good order Our school is progressing nicely- r under the careful management of Miss Louise hng asocher nnccan s- cipliae P 1Married at the residence of Henry last Thursday Alex Holland and Lillie Lockard Carpenter Rev J B Flinchum officiating Rev J J Sewellof Wolfe county is teaching vocal music at the Morg school house Mr Sewell is a fine musician and his class i progressing rapidly reentIyInear the mouth of Morg Kelly is an industrious young man and we welcome him to our vicinity Terry- t We would be pleased to hear from Jetts Creek again William Terry made a business trip to Athol Monday fEd Callahan passed hero Mont day on his way to Beattyville Mrs Miles Terry visited her daughter at Athol Tuesday and Wednesday Mrs Lou Herald of Herald visited Mrs Miles Terry at Terry SaturdayLloyd Morgan passed up by here with a freight boat full of goods Sunday on his way to Hydcn Sam Gregory of Knox county visiting Miles Terrys family We arc glad to have Sam with us Mrs Price Terry of Turkey visited her parents Mr and Mrs Mat Howard at Hydcn the past weekMiss Cappie Terry of Terry who has been visiting relatives and friends at H den has returned home Isaac Terry of Pineville who las been visiting his parents at this place for the post week has returned home Mis Lourana Little of Turkey visit d011 r grandparents Mr and Mrs files Terry at this place theof pastwcekMies ie Terry and others will have entertainment at her school house December 22 Everybody invited SUN FLOWER fI v r Frozen Creek Lawson brothers are cuttii logs preparing for their new st mill which they ordered some tit ago but is delayed in transit We arc still rejoicing over tl election Wo hope to see law at order preserved in our State am see tho time when the law will br enforced without political prej diceDr V O II Swango Porter Crat and Charley Sewell of Jackson visited the Lawsons with guns an dogs in search of small game arlD didsome fine shooting H F 1 Lawson said they fired GOO shot and killed 14 birds and a few rab bitsCorn gathering is tho order of the day andopossum hunting r the order of tho night J fll Burton has a dog that has caught 44 opossums and 2 skunks thi fall lIe is entitled to tho bluf ribbon Ho caught three day night and six Monday night There is a great deal of sickneJ Derton has been very low with mo lies but is getting better Mj Gard Shackelfortl 1has been ye improvieyLucy Simpkins is very lovnjyith fps = moniaiLost Creek Q1iJsick The Troublesome telephone 1 no is nearing completion i E1 Landrum went to Jack y son on business last week f E P Landrum bought a niF I lot of corn from E C Strcng f I The boys and girls all Jrli the mselces Saturday nitIlt r J Cornetts o iitlysdrunk the get the liq uor1CoThe Assessor ecil Noble w ore here assessing t dogs and tefi last Wednesdal tAHPatLan y oi drumlast Jt kI1 llivDiary Fraley 4Jacb Barnett of Lost Creek wfa married November 10 at the Vides mothers V eIsaw s 11 to saw the timber on his land there It will be great benefit to thutcon triunitytsCrockettsville Uncle Arthur McDani been on the sick list for tile ptif week I Old Uncle Squire Riley has put chased a very fine saddle hors from Dr Evorsole 1 Mrs Betty Deaton of Longs Creek who has been ill for some time is thought to be improving Mrs John Helton is very sicki IJlnd is thought to be in a danger ous condition i Little Gran Riley has recently been to Ivy Patch on business Ufa says the tie men aro waiting fo a new contracts I Walter Deaton of Longs creek Squabbjcreek logs for John Ingram at fifty cent j a log 1 The tigers are all blind in thijt part of the county so blind tha j they cannot possibly seo any cit i zen of Breathitt but they can se the citizens of other counties a they pass by Wilson Callahan and others whila on their way to a dance a few nights ago killed a very fin opossum which they afterward enjoyed for supper at Harry Ba kersSusan Lewis of Corbin has been visiting her brother John B Lewis for the past week She will probably visit her niece Miss Mary Lewis at Jackson before she returns to her home in Whit countyA difficulty occurred last Saturday at Peter B Mcln toshs on SqUabble creek in Perry Y county Ance McIntosh and Price B McIntosh differed over Eva i line Baker and engaged in a close fight Price knocked Ance down t t J 4 rr 1l1li 1 =ITHERSPOON COLLEGE AT uckhorn Perry Co Ky READTH THOROUGHNESS ECONOMY utSpecial attention given to Normal and Academic Departments tudents here have had splendid success in County lions Whisky drinking card playing cigarette smoking prohibited- n WINTER SESSION OPENS DEC 30 TERMS Tuition One Dollar per month Board and room Ono and twentyfive cents per week Address ttBV HARVEY S MURDOCH Buckhorn Ky FLORIDA AND NEW ORLEANSVIA QUEEN 6 CRESCENT ROUTE Winter Tourist Tickets Oa Sate NoyemLer lot 1907 Good Iktumlnl2 May 31et1908- r ices htenMtfmi sad tot of kouU iJJrtM Co KINO Co P t3 T A 111 Mal Sc twl1tow Ir tt nded him severely when ia McIntosh drew his pistol- a punched Price with it and Jjirj the ban taking effect under left shoulcor blade ranging wardand lodging against tho tt hip bone The physicians onounce the wound fatal I t Ned el Guinn daughter of John n deed is improving from- a cio of dropsy I Swell Combs a teacher of tho ion school at Chavies was onII ile a few days ago NappGriten months Ibyacted their mill dams wailed away bitiii waters in Lost rck nderstnnd that MTJ N Lest Creek has declared t rtdi aifur erintbmlinf at flio next electIOnI All honor to Cicero Fellow citi elect him to that of is well qualified and lensjtus office to execute the duo COUNTY Campton AW Hensley of Mt Sterling sent three days in our town las- tfref highlandtemi er 23 to deliver stock Jho wellknown Willie Welch t tanton spent Monday night Ijth his uncle Capt Wm L lurst The second school reception of tc season was given at the K W A W Friday night and was well uti dad LG Sample Sam Elkins an- dy JElItin8 have gone to Lncys where they expect to spend few days quail shooting The Wolfe county court clerk issued marriage license to the fol owing lost Wednesday Isaac Wadkins and Nora Elkins and James Oliver and Birdie Nickell Among others the following have registered as the Central Ho during the past week J P Keeder Knoxville Tenn D C Horton Bryan Ohio and D B May of Hazel Green Since the 15th inst the sportsmen of our neighborhood have been hilhIDrdead game sports of the town have been returning from the fields heavily laden with the spoils G B and E T Rose attended he examining trial of Monroe acy on Lacys creek last Sntur lay Lacy was charged with will jujly and maliciously shooting at Turner with intent to kill ut after a thorough examination jofore Squire Brooks Lacy was lismissed Martin Fugato who has been ctnfined in jailat this place for its a while charged with the irderof Campbell Razor col lake jail Monday night andmade l I 1- T 04 I1- 7t j I It t WITHOUT CHANGE his escape Fugates brother is supposed to have procured keys i from some place and have come to 1his brothers rescue as four iron had to be passed through before the prisoner could make leis escape Jailer Halscy hM offered 5000 reward for the can ture and return of Fugato GET RICH QUICK fItOtl Schemes of this class have agai come to grief along with the toIi While this last lesson is yet fresh in mind it is an opportune i to consider causes and means t avoid like trouble in the future I Direct your attention to that greatest of all Newspapers the Cin eiufl fl lltiqvirer From its column- one can readily detect the trend o curency its lodging places by whom handled uses made of it and 1111 resut 3dAgam you rood quoUlJouo of- Iftmds Stocks and Securities of every nature fixing Status of all business from the retailer to United States Government I Also Current News facts and re- liabledata covering the entire worldI aU sufficiently explicit to enabl- thinking people to avoid snags and follow the channel of success Its extra size and high price Is the secret of its ability to discover obtain print and serve its patrons with all the news and cater to wants of people in eery calling of life I The Weekly Enquirer for the year 1008 has greatly increased its Clubbing offers which now include I the most select and popular pu lications of the day at prices slight over half the regular Subscription ratesDo not overlook the fact that the- I year 1008 promises to excel in prosperity any of the past and that the Enquirer printed at Cincinnati Ohio is one of the most reliabl- sources of information Ie T ROSE 50 SAMPLE I ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and Councelors at Law CAMPTON KY This firm will practice in all the courts of Wolfe and adjacent coun ties Special attention to Corporation Law and Real Estate Liti gationOffices Second Floor Farmers Traders Bank W H Henderson Ayres Street Opp Poit Offloe LEXINGTON KY DEALER IN Grain Seeds Feeds Wheat Barley Oete and Oorn Clover Timothy Millet Kentucky Blue Gr Si Orchard Grace Hungarian Hay Straw Mill Feed THK ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUQH SYRUP KENNEDYS LAXATIVE OOIlTAlNlNG HONEY AND T R A CHILDERS WITH JOS 0 REND DRY GOODS CO I PORTSMOUTH 0 Solicits the trade of the mount n people Ho will be AT JACKSON EVERY 30 DAYS Dealers will be notified by postal Savo your orders for him lie will save you money feb 111 romnKIDIEYOIIIKMMf MIl f1l1r I lI FALL f I MIbLIN I mY 1 ISiNOWrR DISPLAY1 10 4tr Ourwing of inert will be a revelatlOnt trn n delIght to all The vac IS that you will 1 lYVd one that captivates m your fancy JJjey are perfect gems of beauty sumptuously large rich in color fascinating in their entirety If you havent selected your fall hat see these beautiful models The individuality and taste char acteristic of this millinery cannot beIdescribed it must be seen to be ap preciated EXCLUSIVE and FASHIONABLE MODELSI i LADIES FALL SKIRTS E r nWe are pleased to announce that 0ovr display of Ladles Skirts for the fall and winter season is now comp plete an exhibit of style quality and elegance that is unquestionably thet ffinest in Jackson and cannot fail to add greatly to our prestige as Inn tIl JL veyor to 4 o4afthteniiblu6 a this section i Linens Flannels and Bedding We wish to tell you very early in the sea son that notwithstanding the big advance fortunatelyn I offer you a big saving on our present stocks at our last seasons prices These quota I tions refer more particularly to Household Flans i Goods Linings Blankets and Comforts We wish you to know that we have a fixed rule that customers get the benefit of our careful merchandising no matter what thefcondition of the market at home or abroadICOOK STOVES AND It always has beoii arid always will be a womans delight to have a stove or a range that IS a perfect baker Our supply has more gobd qualities than wo have space to enu merate Try one of ours and youll be convinced GROCERIES AND CANNED GOODS Our stock Includes a groat big lot or attractive i taple4 and Fancy Groceries Our shelves are now replete with the finest line of canned goods on the market and you can depend on ihonii Theyre fine When you buy coffee and flour youbnghUo Know theyre good We secure you both coffee and floutJbpugl r iU be rightthey lend to the attractiveneseqjtving lxsr1 at any season is ono of our deligUmil dams ARThe best ne ofMens anmens Shoes in Jackson Also a complete line of Mens Clothing and Furnishings FoHa liberal share of we promise goed values polite attention alIboUDdedapprec on 1 DAlt 8ROS fJO T WHOLESALEiAND RETAIL JACKSON KENTUCKYf it It i 111 r I 11 t f n1 f The Breathitt Newsr a J WISE I1AG INS Lemon I I 1fi 1i P sici n Surgeon 4 i Office In R A Hurst Ottlcc- 13LcTE l Jackson Phone 58 r t IlImIilJMmIl IIIIM H1 r n lIN T KE i x ATIOtJtT LA = o T itf z = 14ilnUllllmuutmmllllllnMlllllllllllhrr NoxtThursdav il Tim g- Eggs ivinl are brin inK i 75 cents a tJ l dozen in Now York City v ft W W Mci ire is attcndm circuit court at West Liberty I Miss Vests Gordon of Lexington is ono of the instructors at the f J t rink f For ho best toilet articles thnt can buy callon E C 1CombsMaster Herschel Hack is bush engaged gathering his corn croi i on South Quicksand Mrs Kit Gwinn is very sick IL her homo on Lone Branch and her recovery is doubtful ltevrand Mrs C Mr Summers will return Saturday night from a visit to Carter county A beautiful line of quadrupl l plato silver table ware can bo hnd at tho S D Fleenor Jewelry Store r I J Br McLin has gone to Vi ginia for a months visit to his old homo unit for rest and recreation G 1r Husscll and Miss Sara Green both of Howards Creel wero granted a marriage license Will you call nnd see my now t lino of goods Perhaps I has e just what you aro looking for- Ef Cr Coma Miss Ollio Hagins daughter of A L logins of Hobbins who lk has been dangerously ill for the r past two weeks ia Improving Mrs Wade Salter left Tucsdi ti f for Paynes Depot where she ha accepted position as governci t in trio home of Mrs Sam Hallei r W Sr Tutt of Campton left t Monday for Greenville Fla r t where ho expects to spend the win i tcr Ho has been afflicted with1 rheumatism for some time Judge Ira Fields Com- montwealths Attorney of the 33d Dfs tJl 8ed through Hero Thurs day on his way homo from a trij to Frankfort whore ho had beet on official business Everybody who wants nice Christmas wedding and birthday I presents that will last give patis faction and please friends and rela 1tiveshad better come to the S D Jewelry Store Jackson Mrs Nellie Flanncry of North Dakota is visiting her motheri Mrs James B Marcum and is f attending tho trial of IV F French at Beattyville charged with the murder of her father James B Mnrcum t M Wo desiro to congratulate the I Iff managers of tho electric light plant for the very excellent lights they have been given Jackson since tho plant resumedoperation and wo urge upon the people the c necessity ofn liberal patronage We returned Thursday night from n trip to Louisville to at I +w tend the Sixth Kentucky State f t f Development Convention If we- tti t were half as good as twothirds of the speakers represented us to bo wo could go to heaven without dying A B Cox and J Mgnks of- Cam ton left MO s cia New Mexico tox said if ho founda better place than Cumptos li4 would locate there r but weign t Jievobe wiJInswol liavo been through that country ours Ir and was not the least bite tempted is Wo believe that +jlfe Tinnncml l je panic that has been threatened for I sumo timo is about over VeryI t many gfMipSo who rushed to the beget their money have gone back to the bank and redoI posited their money with apolo Yg glee The crisis is over Even outmost rabid Democratic jour r nalare praising loose eft for his services In proTcnting a gen oral panic i f k i LJ Qa r CHRISTMASISJ i THE S1B1 FLEENQR II iFFjj I iHAS BEEN RESTOCKED 1 i With the finest line of Solid Gold and Filled 1ewm elry over brought to Jackson The largest and t F best assortment of Watches Chains and Rings ever ii offered in Jackson before All kinds of Jewelry ofwF the best quality nnd at less than jewelers prices g A line lino of Silverware of every kind and Fancy r0 Goods of various kinds that will make nice ChristF imas Birthday and Wedding presents t F An attractive line of Cut Glass that outfit to please t 4everybody 9 assortment of Fine Silver Table Ware ti tint will give satisfaction 5 Fancy Clocks Alarm Clocks Novelty Clocks m iiWei ht Clocks Spring Clocks 400 Day Clocks CF Combs Brushes Tooth Brushes Toilet Sets with t I Silver Mounting In fact everything that will o irmake nice presents and r Loved Ones Happy il tIdiF Make a small payment on them and have them F gwrnpped and laid away for your Everybody comeFi convinced that this is the place to get good for i i goods at the lowest prices 0 iiFitting Glasses and Watch and Clock ReiFl h pairing a Specialty 0 i 0iS G 1 Fr S D Fleenor Jewelry torea0 iJackson Kentucky 0F rvYYit 44a r la NOiiriFt orooN il 1 nl i Polish Your Floors Furniture temper and tinwar The Ladies Aid Society has the polis1P Larkins Furniture Polu ui ar+ JIlintrnapil 9for the floors and furniture Honor Bright Scouring Soap for the tinware and the great satisfai tion you will get by using Larkin products will polish your temper Call on Mrs 0 H Pollard sec rotaryWhere t to Worship Services at the Christian church by the pastor Sunday mornin and night Morning subject Primary Qualities in Christian Character evening subject tIrhe Eternal Memory You aro invitee to attendDo fail to hear Evangclis K B Farrar at the Baptist church in a series of special meetings commencing Sunday Novembci 24 Sunday service at 11 a m and 7 p m Meeting every night during tho week at 7 p m and every afternoon at 230 1Two Claimants Judgo L D Lewis of Hydon passed through hero Thursday or his way homo from Frankfort where he had been in the interest of tho circuit judges race in the 33d Judicial District It will be rtsmembored that ho and John C Evcrsole entered into a contest for the nomination of circuit judge in that district but the vote was so close that Evcrsole claimed it by two and Lewis by one The Secretary of State refused to certify the name of either as the can didato for circuit judge Judge Lewis however hud tho county clerks of Lcslid and Letchor coun ties to print his name on the ballots as tho Republican candidate for circuit judge of that district Judge L D Lewis thinks how over that ho will succeed his cousin John D Lewis who gained Homo notoriety by acting as spe cial judge in the trial of ono of the Ilargis cases which is well remembered by all of our readers lLostStrayedor Stolen six weeks ago at Leatherwood on Lost Creek ono brown colored pided Jersey cow about five or six years oldrth horns Any information of her whereabouts or return to mo will bo liberally rewarded HENRY B NOBLE Lost Greek Ky For fresh cakes and candies call on E C Combs F Onlyoi Ladies wfree nl the skon every ntHI Ti till I- ttliday from D 1 session is fqr adios only and no men will Jd admitted All Indies are invited to attend There will be several instructors to assist the beginners Killing on Spring Fork Bryant Howard son of Wilson Jownldshot and wounded Seldon Mann son of Leroy Mann Tuesday November 5 at Charley Howards house on Spring Fork Tho shooting occurred early in the morning and Mann lingered until about dark when ho died No cause is known for the killing Meet Them at Bazaar There is an old woman who fir in a shoe And sho has so many children sho dont know what to do She is perfectly willing to let them out for reasonable wages Come and have a look and take your choice Aid Society Bazaar December 12 MAIL US YOUR ORDERS- Or call at our store Well appreciate your favors Com plete Holiday stock of Diamonds Watches Jewelry Solid Silver Cut Glass and Optical Goods HEINTZJEWELER B Main St Opp the Phoenix Lxiil ton KY l p lrr- r r i i r li i 1- 1NVTES a YOUii ln Account for Savings it affords an excell6n11opportunity for the wage earner to TO LAY SOMETHING BY FORA RAINY DAY- s ll A II deposit to begin with will grow into a latp one If your areJ to leave the dolls s and dimes with cis JACKfN DEPOSIT BANK J jJJ rCKS oN KENTUCKY I L J J son Skating Rink e a J GOODRINK GOOD SKATES gOD MUSIC GOOD ORDER esSession Every Tuesday Thursday and Satur day afterno ns from 2 to 430 Every ght except Wednesday night from 630 to 9 1 spend a pleasant evening with your ComeInd j 10c Use of Floor and Skates 15c JACIS N AMUSEMENT CO THE GUEST HAMBER may need some rjW furnishing f or perhaps it is tM Dining Roo that is in want of t imcthing now or even tho Kite enl It make- no difference what room it is w can offer you mnn- yfAttractive j Pj eces o Furniture suitable for any rojnn in tho house and ell priced teniJtingly r FURISITOR SSlTORE Corner Couttir teat and College anal FQIEYS 1HiAt1d RIM111- k I rrr r r 4Sflu D L ALLEN JEWELER MAIN ST OPP POSTOFFICE Has for sale a nice lino of YATCII13S BMnLEJl PINS EYE GLASSES SPECTACLES and all kinds of Jewelry REPAIRING A SPECIALTY Prices Reasonable Please call I and examiner511y Fruit and Ornamental 0TREES Shrubs Grape Vines Asparagus Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden We employ no agents Catalogue on application- H F Hillenmeyer Sons LEXINGTON KY GO TO McCarty Moore FOR STONE and BRICKWORK Moving sad raising houses all of masonry work IIwork guaranteed 256 I Kentucky XjhMlvi i PETERSSHO Y ARE THE SHOES FOR Y0 1 ITheyre the Shoes you should call fo if you want to get comfort style and wear at a 1 specialtyfactories j materials over lasts that conform properly with the lines of the feett NI L HADe FOR US PetersShoe II5LLouls NOTE THE PRICES Ladies tip- Bluctfers f 1 25 I Ladies p atgtTip Bluchers 1 50 Mens Vicii L Kid S2 25 2 50 I Mens Patent Calf 350 to 4 50 Ladies Heavy Shoes very thing i I for country wear 1 65 to 1 85 B All these goods are really worth from 25 f to 50 per cent more than our prices per pair 3 t leJ E3 TAULBEE I A J = S I It gaal1 It- V MIXEDW r t PAINTS1- 01i tiV Just receiyeda full lineI w +1 1 Vi which we guaranteeJ 11 11 f 1gt longer and look better thanWV other made Call W r tandW n unl ces M r gJI I o0o0oi0o00000ifir0 000000 000009 + 0 0- r0 You Will Get All Thats 00 Coming to You 0iF jgj t U t 0afInour method of business for every dollar 0Ivalue in 4hundred centsyou pay us you get one 0 return 0 I 0a0a r 0 Your moneys worth 0use up a page of space talking about our goods 2 SS I f iJ So you can see for yourself thats the surest way 2J- SJ J 1 IrllWTOrd 10fliJ JACKSON KENTUCKY l i0 rG IIII 0 0 0 0 0 C Iill llIlUIIlUlOO L t 4 1 rnoNUrnEr rs Jf Headstones and M rkersr 1- 4S r My line pf designs are i the latest and I can also prepare s ial ideas pretsented byifny customerstIf in need of line call and Set a e4Ot1 t drop me it postal 1ft I erect Prices reAsonAbNekt t M1All SHE LVJ Shop Located Nar the Briaati Jckwn+ Kfit I- Ifit or 1 r 1 Yrny L4 Shall We Pay Tiles to Support OurSchoo1s1RI nation has crystallized i ItrnillltnSnetifiifinnaitqidnaiS Tl liflii o into any community I r ll Gad there thin best ofinterestin the public buildinjjnd public It exercises If you a comma nity well supplied with athletic grounds w and games frequent prpvidediand little interest tnani fe tlin other public enter= pprlselconclude that thin cO munity is fond ofitiiletic Spor If you enter aQ communit y 4 and find there w9pu churches I neatly and pt anedit rY cated minister and large congo gations in attendance upon tho services you conclude that you have entered a community whore religion is promient in the thoughts of the people Were you to find in another community stores and all business houses open seven days in the week and everyone entering the mad race for wealth you inf that the community in which yO are found is given over to the worship of the almighty dollar For indeed if the school building occupies R prominent site in any community if its grounds are well kept if the house is neatly fu nished if the desks new and mod ern if the corps of teachers is well educatedand well paid and if the r1 community is taxing itself cheer fully and sufficiently well to kee the school going ten months in ti o year you conclude that you area in community that has placed tiheIn education of the young as its high est ambition You know thaty are among a people who are ciently patriotic and thoughtful for j the welfare of their children to provide those things in common which alone can insure the conti- t ation of our government and tho increase of the best things am usIt is needless for me to say that 4weneed in Kentucky a bettor fi spirit toward our schools that wo need to provide for their material improvement with a freer hand flil We need an educational awaken ing in our pocketbooks and our bank account and this willcome when we study the proper basis fort1 ilItaItartuFeattracts that community enter prising well to do people who seek to take advantage of the school If Kentucky would place herself in the most attractive position among her sisterhood of States a great awakening along educatio lines among her people will more to accomplish this desired I end than all other forces She 1 already begun to feel the thrill of purposeThe KentuckShighest er legislation for her educatio interestsIAl E C McDouoLE Business Director Eastern I tucky State Normal School Richmond Ky i The Last Resort James Anderson of the Scottish Amerlcnn Golf club smiled at a poor player on the Van Cortlandt park fin ks In New York lIe reminds me of a chap I used toI know said Mr Anderson This chap played so badly that even hIs caddies i made a butt of him I lie got a ball badly bunkered one t days and do what bo would ho couldnt j get it out again Whack whack I whack bo went missing every time I wIpedhIsand turned despairingly to the caddy Hang It he said I have tried nil ray clubs on this confounded ball S What on earth am I to do now The caddy laughed harshly Give it n swat with yer bag he i Bald Washington Star Perils of the Upper Air 11 1 U Ylds i rafednalloonlltlc colliding 1 rlrr6CraPCrConround 111 Some things got to bo dbno to compel these UshallowYork iris the mind that makes the body I rlctt and as jbe sun breaks through the tit ttreFt clouds to honor peoretn in the pc ttt h thlt Miakwrpeare A t it 1 r y tf yf HOLIDAY CAKES i Formulas That Have BeenA Used For Years If but one cake Is to bo made for the Thanksgiving festivities none could bedl Wetter than this old fashioned cake theIn for which has been In thin family Mrs Charles Drown t ProvIdence YCllrs The IntlI for more titaulCtO gtWilcotsllaret onocpouar + ut butterbl oue plat or milk two lind onehnlC a t flour one cupful of yeast ofYsugarhalf upeuUll ot raisins a penult of currants n quarter of a pound of citron one whole nutmega rated a ttiblospoonful of br1I11 The flour tho milk withatldthe yeast and set to The next morning all the other In gredients with thin exception of the fruit nro added nnd the dough Is left to rise for another three hours It w tuna lifted into the cake pans with the old or n skImmer time fruit already thoroughly mixed being added as each sklmmcrful Is placed In the buttered pans Set It aside for fully half an Hour that It may rise once more nnd then bake It In a slow nut steady oven Frost with n boiled white IcingINothing could be simpler to make cakes that thin romousI ttestatesmanr lhnI members of his family ore v called upon to supply the recipe to those who have eaten them at table In tact all that Is required to make these cakes Is a pound of flour n pound of sugar threequarters of n of butter and eight eggs The tworrtlo oughly The dough p cake tins and Is left In a moderately hot oven until baked THE FRONT WINDOW pAway to Make It Attractive With Hanging Baskets When one cannot have flowers sent from greenhouses for winter use and delighthuge chrysanthemums of nil tints In vases high as ones shot- ou 11 der long stemmed red roses tieiljcan give an room by means of n window garden with Its shelves and brackets and airy hanging baskets In default of a bow window a corn IUmon window can be made attractive with care ngQt course there nre expensive china vases and some not so cxpcn see The smaller and more delicate their decoration the more choice and there are very pretty glass bask The tinsel and gilded affairs are bettcr tmllAlUNCIIXO BASKET earthen pots hav I ins a rim so that they can be suspend be1nJj Si i green tissue paper crimped about them till thefr growing sprays veil sIghtowoven straw and osier baa kets whose shape Is legion nnd whose prices ore reasonable can hold a flow orla1101 cabin baskets are made of varnished set crisscross although better chiinslope nt the top for suspension Mill a choice pitcher hung by the handle and the nose are useful Holes for drainage It drainage Is essential are easily bored Hanging baskets may accommodate a large Boston fern n perfect sheaf of greenery a tuft of bluest forgetrne nots kept very moist Long sprays ItSthe unrivaled pink Ivy geranium will also be effective Vlncas and wander Ing Jew the feathery asparagus vine the moneywort this spider plant and various ferns may all bo relied on to clothe the baskets with green and for flowers one can have alyssum nastur tlums primroses although these last should be handled carefully as their touch acts ns c poison to the skin of many people the oxalis the gloxinia and the cineraria Delineator Betwixt and Between A Boston minister says that not long ago he was walking along a street in the suburbs when he came up to njlittle fellow apparently about BlxI years old who had one thumb in his mouth and who was Jumping up and down In dumb rage Ha hall evidently been nailing on sonic loose fence pickets for a hammer and a band ful of loose nails lay on the ground Whats the matter my little tuna 7 Did you hurt yourself the minister t asked Kids like mo aint got no ShOT tall was the apparently Irrelevant reply at the fence How do you mean the minister caked kindly Oh was tho disgusted reply Im Ielburts like pa when bo swashes his thumb The ContrasMan Silence a 11lartyPerhaps it Is tejolncd the contrary c man but a dentist has never yet tJcogoaBarnyarduOh pleaso asked the young hH ilervousl7 what the proper way to YIdatch on a negtTSwith a slllv prtpklft Minneapolis Jour Lak THANKSGIVING DINNERS Menu For the Smart or Old Fash loned Housekeeper Shall wo adhere to the old fashioned or servo one replete with the novelties propounded by chefs This is n question which must bo answered InllllIlunll and govcrned tastes of those who make up ourIJ In any case we prepare special menu and one or thin other otJ time following may servo us as a guide Soup IiamRoastChicken Pie Celery Cranberry Jelly Mashed Potatoes Creamed Onions Succotash Squash Cold Slaw Baked Indian pudding Pumpkin Pie Halilns Apple CorteeCiderOysters on the halt shell Chicken Consomme Turbans of Fish Sauce Tnrtnre Chestnut Bturansr CaulltlowerDucheasaCranberry Celery Mayonnaise Cheese Wafers NcBsclrode Pudding Fancy Cakes Salted Nuts Bonbons Coffee In roasting the turkey have the oxen very hot Hub the bird all over with soft butter and dredge with salt and pepper Place on its breast on n tack In a pan propping It with stale bread or potatoes Put In the oven and baste every ten mInutes wIth a mIxture nf butter nnd water When half done turn on Its back and cover with pa per to prevent burning itA turkey weighing from eight to ten pounds will take three hours and Is done when the legs will readilY sep nrato from thin body To keep the tat In the pan from burning pour In a lit hot water from time to time When a boiled bam Is one of tho side dishes begin Us preparation on Tuesday Scrub and scrape off all rustl ness and soak overnight Put in a hot tie with a small bunch of nlco hay Add a small bay leaf a dozen each of cloves peppercorns and nllsplco ber rjMt Heat slowly and simmer until the meat Is tender to the bone Lift out remove two rind return to the kettle and let stand In the liquor all night Drain well dredge with salt and pep atper spread over two top a layer of fine dry crumbs mixed with n little of the tat from the kettle nnd place in a moderate oven nntll hot through and nicely brownedtheFor MC ond menu boll sad mash enough toot make a full quart Season while b with butter salt and pepper and ttvon tablespoonfuls of thick sweet cream teaspoonful of onion Juice a table spoonful of chopped parsley nnd three beaten egg yolks Set aside and when Itscool mold In flat oval cakes Lay on a flat pan brush with egg yolk and brown them in a quick oven make the cranberry sherbet stew litoneridofto nihbIte9thoroughly In I hours before serringCoBel- sford r 4 A Womans Alphabet I will beA- miable always- Beautiful as possible everybodyDutiful Earnest in the right things Friendly in disposition Generous to all need Hopeful in spite of everything Intelligent but not pedantic Joyful as a bird Kind even in thought Long suffering with the stupid Merry for the sake of others Necessary to a fold OpUmlstlc though tho skies fall Prudent in my pleasures Quixotic rather than hard Ready to own tip Self respecting to the right limit True to my best Unselfish short of mnrtyrdomI Valiant for the absent Willing to believe the best Xemplary In conduct Young and fresh In heart Zealous to male the best of life A Thanksgiving Centerpiece A willow basket trimmed with grain filled with polished fruit and set on 4 willow plateau filled with nuts Oa leaves arc placed on the dolly helot the plateau is set on the table Square Block Tusking Square block tucking though ex tremely complicated is really very simple to manage Run in the group of tucks III the eon front of a lingerie waist all the way down Let inn next two groups of up and down tucks stop halfway down and the next two groups a little higher up This brings time fullness In prettily nnd two crossing of tho tucks is very decorative The tucks crossing should run from armhole to armhole in groups of three or tour tucks ReplyA on Mansfield with a request for- apital to tloat the greatest scheme since Colonel Sellers time They painted their prospects In more colors tan the rainbow and their optimistic rbillge was more brilliant than an- utumn sunset Mr Mansfield listened then asked youknowtand forth Upon receiving a negative reply he laid Well I dont either unless It was that you three could stand tint second and third tIINTioaaro i ntALlVlr I MourningStyles 0 KID 9y IS MODISH FIrstMournIngAfter itssibleMotorinCostumes It sayIngthat figure lu moo mllllnry for rlllllandNw nothing lit tactwear ir than black luns esIAlrrcosreyaur 4Lwhich Gagdowns d luster nod is between wok iha to neither transparent IlkerrWeary like a cloth It sy iron weave and has to air a Tie ac that le most attractird Ma Y th dull corded silks andIwPUnaj list tvollhts are broadclothInvin dath- tt cloths are hearletCLtyaCaOf 11 I use o d0 ttit Gren e t ca i 0qst 11I- cif Noble ro dogs and EaSohoA9- J ttio- d JC Sc at41Sltin E Lan TJb9t C- vend f7ylaltl are use it1 b both sides p e ot a frill being Either tl suede or correct Suede fin uounVDfo roofer DULL BnoADCXorn lahed lisle orslr gloves are proper In warm Meathefc Of course the em- broIdered top pves that we see In thet shops would cole under the ban of all embroidered tG sIn mourning This rule also uppl to hosiery only the plainest of stoldngsLelng permissi Uo lare entirely do mode kidkpurses the InVjet beaded bags are correct for drss and dull finished leathers in blak for more practical use Gun meil and dull Jet ama ments are erjulily favored the Jet be lug n later t don and therefore ac Pfluntfxl hotter typu jjrjglit Jpt OInT bo used durln Jtbojlater periods of mourning Jev worn In the earlier periods jf mourning a widow eschewlug the ie for the first six months Aftei that period she may wear pearls a ire diamonds but of course no cote cd stones In case of ome undelayal e festivity In the faml ly like a weddl U a wldqw mny ndqrjj bon white crap i costume with white jewels even bet re the lapse of the six months period AMY VAnNUl1I Not THis Fault A first grade brought perfect spelling papers llome for several weeks and then Pod ll5q began tQ piles ave and six out o pj I flows tm i Lon asked tho father boyflow II 45hc mot eflttle boy that sat next to me pplncotts II Item nusba fou were a good look lag woman vr married you SheYest dllhq advantage ot you eveA rooklyn Life L yj ill 7 4- t For a clear complexion take GRIND Laxative FruitSyrop Pleasant to take Orino cleanses the sys tern and makes sallow blotched complexions smooth and clear Cures byJstomachlivcr and bowels Refua substltutea Prlon BOO JACKSON DRUG CO An Uncivilized Cow On a certain southern plantation the dairy hands were accustomed to do the milking squatting down in n prlml tine fashion until the owner Introduc ed milling stools with other improve meats Hut the Initial experiment with tho Innovation was not exactly n success The darky who first sallied forth with the stool returned bruised and battered nnd with nn empty poll Ah done ma best salt ho explained Dat stool looked nil right ter me but do blamer cow she wont sit on itl Womans Homn Companion We have secured the agency fat Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup the ne laxative that makes the liver llvelj purifies the breath cures headach aud regulates the digestive organs Cures chronic constipation Ask u about It Jackson Drug Oo Tangled Mrs Hoyle Some of these people who are putting up a bluff should read history a little and then they wouldnt get so badly twisted Mrs Doyle What people have you In mindMrs Hoyle Mrs rtoyle said that some of her people came over in the Mayflower and that she went down to the wharf to meet them when they lauded New York Tress Cured of llrlchlti Dlscnao Mr Robert 0 Burke Elnora N Y writes Before I started to me Fo lejs Kidney Cure I had to get up from twelve to twenty times a night and I was all bloated up with dropsy situ nij eyesight was so Inlpalred I could scare ly tea one of my family across the room I hid Given up hopes of living when a friend recommended Foley Kidneys Curs One 60 cents bottle wOrKed Wonders and before I had taken the third boUitl the dropsy had tone as uellarts all other sympto of Bsightslisease j kran Drug Co r- aro X 1 me said 3 N I 9 feverishly you present oat sublime I tJollutv tbltlllI t tendedU uJ- S mttAre you alluding f inquired Mlsa Ieppry Icily to tha afflnlty popularly supposed to exist beween tho sub lime and the ridiculous Tho Now Pure Food tnd Drug LaW We are pleased to announce that F leys Honey and Tar for cough colds and lung trouble is not effected by the National Pure food and Drug law as U contain no opiates or other harmful drug and we recommend it us a safe remedy for children and adult Jack Drug Co Wherein They Qiffqr ghpA man would rather tiara con tentment without lovo than love with jut contentment He And n woman would rather have love without contentment than con tentment without love Detroit TrIbe no Whats In a Letter GunnerYes the beautiful EnaHuh- jlrl Is still sIngl- eG1r8t111 single Why what be ame of Mr II her fiance Gunner Mr II Oh she dropped lira Detroit Tribune A Narrow EHCU CG W Olnrd a merchant of Plnnkc AIo had a narrow escape four years ago when lie ran a jims n bur Into hlbthumb lie onysi The doctor to amputate It but I would not non sent I bouqht a box of liucklens Ar- nica Salve and that cured the danger Ills wound 25i at Jackson Drug The Chinese and Grapes Did you ever hear how tho Chinese keep grapes fresh 7 Tile method Is unique nud Is simple enough for anyibody to try It A circular pleco Is out of a ripe pumpkin making an opening Just large enough to admit the band The Interior Is then nicely cleaned out the grapes are put In and the circular piece Is replaced and pressed In firmly If the pumpkin be Kent where It Is cool the grapes will remain fresh for an almost Indefinite period It Is said that by this method the Chi nese have them oil the year around Exchange- S S Pneumonia Follows n Cold but neve follows the use of Foley Honey and Tar It stops the cough heals and itrengtlinns the lungs and Jackson DotKILL IIAND THE CURE jIH COUGH THE Dr Kings III New Discovery II FOR C8Hl3L LUNGS PRICBII IIiGUABANnEDSATI8A I Eels The eels form the suborder of the apoda or footless fish so called from the absence of ventral fins These fish assume a form very similar to the ser petite Although on a hastycxamluatlon they scent to be devoid of scales yet when the skin is dried very tulnutu scales may bo seen through the semitransparent outer skin end many bo easily detached by carefully separating the two skins Eels Inhabit uutdd ponds and rivers anti art common In many canals TheyAan lsusceptible to cold and constantly descend tho rivers to deposit their spawn In the sea after which the young when lintels work their way up the rivers thereby precisely reversing the habits of the salmon They are capable of living out of water for n long time and oftdu make voluntary land excursions either for tho purpose of avoiding nn Insur mountable fall or In search of frogs or worms on which they teed In the winter white they are lying torpid In the mud multitudes ore taken by eel spears many pronged Imurunionts whose prongs are feathered with re curved barbs which when pushed Into the mud entangle the eels and effectually prevent their escape My Pleat Friend Alexander Renton who lives or turat Route 1 Fort Edward N Y ays Dr Kings New Discovery U ny best earthly friend It cured m f f anthmn six years ago It hiss also lerformed a wonderful cure of Inclj tnt consumption for my tons wilt The tint bottle ended the terrible ough and this accomplished the ther symptoms left one by one until he was perfectly well Dr Klngr Sew Discoverys power over coughs I nd colds Is simply marvelous No timer remedy has every eqa + led it Iullr guaranteed by Jackson Drug Oo Mo and 100 Trial bottle free The Charge Against Him I Before tho magistrate the defendant was charged with being drunk and In capable lie was a stranger In the district but ho was most acutely In dlgnant that he should be suffering the humiliation of iris present position The constable seems very certain about everything connected with my case ho sneered but there Is one WhyImpresslvelydoes tel low otllccr to corroborate what he says Ills worship turned an InquIr- Ing look upon the policeman who vain ly endeavored to conceal an expansive smile behind an ample but for that purpose all too small hand Tberes only one constable stationed in the village sir said the officer But I saw two last nlghtl Indignantly as sorted the defendant JExactlyf grinned tho policeman Thats Just the charge against your This Is Worth Itoniumbcrliitf As no one Is Immune every person I thould remember that Folejs Kidney Oure will cure any case of kidney or bladder trouble that Is oat beyond the reach of medicine Jeoh+ on Drug Co He Could Not Speak Pierre Nicole one of the most dier tinguished scholars of the Tort Royal lets nnd one of the best writers In Eu rope was noted for his unreadiness iu oral argument It In said that once when nu opponent having got the bet ter of him In an argument had loft the room Nicole called out to him frown the landing as be was near the street door Come buck come back I have a reply ready for you I The anecdote will servo to introduce one About Thackeray who was desti tute of tbo ability to think and speak on his legs Ho onco stood as a can dldato for tho representation of Oxford tn tho house of commons On the hustings bo broke down and could hardly speak a sentence i If I could bo said to himself on ly go Into the mayors parlor for five minutes I could write this out easily Wonderful Ecromn Cure lOnr little boy hid eczema for five rears writes N A Adams Henrietta 1a Two of our home doctors sold the ease was hopeless his lungs being ef fected We then employed other doc ton but no benefit resulted Uy chance wo read nbnutElectrlo Hitters bought a bottle and wan noticed Improvement We continued title medl until several bottles were used when our hU1 was completely cured of all blood medicines and body health tonics Guaranteed at Jackson Drug Oo CO Snakes In Australia There are five kinds of Yohbmou snakes In Victoria tho tiger snake the blade snake tho brown snake the copperhead and the death adder The last mentioned is very rare in Victoria and very venomous It in about two long very thick In proportion tots length of a dull brown color and with a flat wide head Time strangest thing about It Is that many people be lleve Its sting Is contained In the tall Dancliitf Proves Fatal Many men and women catch colds at dances which terminate In pneumonia and consumption Attar exposure if Foleys Honey and Tar Is taken ft will breakup n cold and no serious results need be feared Refuse any but the i genuine In a yellow package Jaelk ion Drug Co XJuar f British Sharks British sharks are very lub tan I h facts Tho largest of them is an Innoc tJuous giant that basks Jn the sunshine perhaps feeds on nothing larger than a shrimp But the bluo sharkland porbeagle both ot hl ia length of several and a weight of hundreds of poundsJfre vicious and most unwelcome on the fish ug grounds Dont Pay Alimonysr 0 Ito be devorced from oor 11keepKings New Lire Pills Their action 8 so gentle that the appendix never 4 olmplaltltlGuaranteed Etheta A Dragging I Down Pains 4f r5are a symptom of tee mostiiertota trouble which can attack a woman viz flUng of tike womb With this generally tamet Jrregubr and painful badkatheaheadache nervousness dlzlneM Ir ritability tired feeling etc The eure Is I OFCafddir I The FOsttlc Regulator t that wonderful curative vegetable ex trait which exerts such a marvelous strengthening Influence on all female organs Cardui relieves pain and regulates the menses 1tJ a sure and permanent cure for all female complAintsAt and dealers In 100 bottles Mi surratiD AWFUL PAIN in my womb and ovaries writes Mrs Naomi Bake of Webster Grove Mo also In my tight and kit sJee al1 my menses were very painful and Irrrc ular Since taking Canlul feel like a new woman ILlS do not suffer as I did It Is the best sMdlda I over to- okLSEIRAILWAY It WINTER TIME TAULE EFFECTIVE NOV 18 1006 I NO 1 NO 3 WEST BOUND yEx PhLvO QitIklttawaAtliol G 40 262 Tftllcpii 0 49 300 St Helens G 69- Uoattyville 3 11 Junct 7 07 3 20 Torrent 7 80 3 41 Ciunpton Junct 7 48 3 57 Dundee 7 62 4 03 Filson S 03 4 14 Stnnton 8 15 4 20 Clay City 8 25 4 35 5 LE Junct 900 6 07 201r r A- 1it52 NO 4- DailyEAST BOUND Daily Ex Sun PMAMLv Lexington 2 25 Dx3- 5Winchester J 10 813 i 2 1V6- f Jur l1n n iwStanton 4 10 90Filson 4 26 ui2 Dundee 4 37 QM h Catnpton Junct 4 409381- orrcnt 4 5T 960VBeattyvilloJunct 5 18 10 17 St Helens 5 26 10 25 v Tulle ra 6 37 10 35 Athol li45 10 4l Elkatawa 6 06 11 10 OK Junct 0 10 11 15 Ar Jackson 6 15 11 20 CONNECTIONS L E JUNCTION Trains Nos 1 and 3 will make connections SterlingCAMtrains connect with Mountain Cen tral Railway for Pine Ridge and Campion BEATTYVILLE J UNTION Trains Nos 2 and 4 connect L A Ky for passengers to arid from Ueattyvillo t 0 K JUNCTION Traias No KentuckyforCHAS SCOTT G P A IOWEST BOUND Daily Ex SunM1ST CLASS rD rvLv0 K Junction 11 15 3 10 Frozen 11 31 3 33 Vancleve 11 38 3 IS Willlurst 11 44 3 52 Ilampton 11 51 4 05 Rose Fork 12 05 4 ao Leo Cit 12 13 4 45 Iiolechawa 12 10 4 55 IAr Cannel City 12 35 5 20 EASTBOUND Daily Ex Sun1 t2n CLASS tar CLASS A M r u Lv Cannel City 7 10 1 00 1Hclcchawa 7 33 1 17 1 Lc y 7 45 123 Ro 8 00 1 32 IHa 8824 1 44 StWlIh r837 1 51 WVl tVanclo 8447 157 S 2 04 Jucksnit9 L t70 5280 r pasaenge Icav a 4 Cannel City at 1 00 p m returninir i t leaves Jck oBat 4 00 tMMountain GentrsHr f iArrlvebr I p m Campton 6 00 pin z DepartI00 a m Campton Jun 10 a ID r 00 p m Campton Jun 4 40 p m l x Make connection with aU L A passenger trains J l Y1ij Y 1 rir