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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, December 6, 1907. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1907 bre1907120601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Breathitt County news: n. Friday, December 6, 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. a Best Advertising COBREATHiTToouTy NEWB A I The Largest Circulation I J i IN BREATHITT AND ADJOINING OF ANY PAPER INTHIS SECTION Iof i u oF I J WI HAOINS Editor and Publisher fI f A Nstvsrersx DXVOTXD To IIE I 4B 0 rEIiN lixNTuoicyroJ aRafe a OjiE DOLLAR PKBirf YEAR irf jADVANOK t 1r t VolumeVII Jaclcson Kentucky Tlldlfy NumberJ U lIt WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A- Fnig q Stock of Fall Goods tWhich we arc going to sell at 15 Per Cent Discouni o With tbo utmost earnwo havo chosen our big stockof Clothing 11r ilea Bole and Ohildron for Fall and Y Wiutor wear Rtyll workmanship v fabric wearing points nil havo Loon coneidured The olothos you buy at this store will inaku good in service mid satisfy orttallornllo measure tinu BOO 8 S purchasing by critcally examining an of the new Fall Models we flliqw In Pull Sacks of Single and DoublebnWlod Jitylo for Mon and Voting Maid and Children Pall Overcoats abdllaiacoats in all approved sty hs hit and Derby Soft Hats j LADIES NEW FALL SUITS ARE HERE A truly bwantifal Aathorilb of the Foil and Winter Models in Suits Designs materials workmanship lit and quality could not be bottcndWo have made careful selections in Ladies and Misses cloaks in Black Blue Gray Castor and other colors Tho prettiest line of Ladles nnd Misses Skirts ever in Jackton in all the now I s weaveiand colors and in all tho most approved stylos are on display SilksNFlannels all colors Laces Trimmings and Ribbons Gloves Ilund kttrehioftj Underwear EmbroiderioI1o3iury Pansy Dolts Back and a Side Combo all this seasons goods at 15 per cent discount Mothers oak to seo our lino of Infanta garments Y BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS IN MILLINERY Wo are showing beautiful iinu of rood to wear and Trimmed oats Wo live you style bClUllYIntThdividuality for a very small imountof uwnoy All trimmed with the daintiest of trimminga In UndorVear and for M + n Women and Children Outiilg Cloth Carpets Mattings Oil Cloths and Uuga Trunks Suit COPOS Grips Valises Comforts and Blankets Men and Rots Flannel Shirts wo bffer advantages thptartnot bo had elsewhere Our Fall Shoo stock IB flow in Almost evfiryaizo and shape conceivable Low prices Jonlft and see this eUgant stock Wo have too many goods and are YQingto sell thou at 15 per cent discount 4 I k4e IsaacsL ie EfF F lOQaQ o G YD DAY Prc 1 SAMUKLi HUM Jr Cashier L F P CUAWFOIU Vice 1rea DAVIS Acting Cnslilor WH IIOlPKIt Awit Ciisli tit InnIHnmtu t 4iF OUR I- ANKING METHODSII ARE SATISFACTORY s- I 4 Ifgyou are are not already in this nunvg t j i her vhy IIOt 0 tat withrCull in ndtl f ssl Ajr V ont oJ TOU tloJ and see iII it AID CAPITAL and SURPLUS 2735000 sF- UP r I JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK 1 Jackson Kentucky o oee THE Southern RyOFFERS VERY LOW ROUND- TRIPHomeseekersf RatesI To Arkansas It Indian Territory i Louisiana tOklahoma Texas Tickets on sale the first and third Toes M V days of each month kJ 0 Apply to any Southern Ry Agent or writeJ A RCO II KftP A B S YENTT p A k lot r y LOU1SVIlLEKY i i i h t- Mc ++ y tfV a R rTO ADVERTISERS J ifl The Breathitt County Nows nj has now tho largest circula lion of any paper in Easternp Kentucky Merchants and J2 business men aro invited to m thisnj 111KU IIUVIIIIUIKU Ul njlluilj- fl did advertising medium If p nl ndertiseclmwith n o rn will reach the largest n most intelligent class ofYourffi Hi ers in this community nl ads will bo rend by them and IUl they will become your custo 1 mers Try it and sec ls U5252S25 Overcoats cheap at tones store o II Gross ofYAtholwas hero Safe qn buyng produce Joro Reynolds of Canoe was hpro Monday on business Furniture stoves mattings car pets etc at Jones store James Henry Calhoun of Rousseau was hero on business Saturday J B McLin returned last week from a business trip to Letche- county Solomon Frazier and Elvin WI hams of Stevenson were hero on business Saturday Mrs Mary A Jones of Lox injrton is visiting her son J D Jones on Main street W II Pol fry und Mrs Sarah Pol fry of Calla were visiting Mrs Archie Copo Monday Berry Turner of CrockctUvillo fiat at Frankfort this week attending to some important busi nose Mr and AL llaileyrr turned Inetweekfron avisit to their daughter MrsM C Combs at HazardA Hudson of Noble has purchased a lot on Main street a d will soon begin the erection of a residence thereon A L Hiigins lists been appointed postmaster at bobbins lIe will move the same down to his store ns soon as the proper orders are ritidy R A Hurst and Mrs Mary Back returned Saturday from Hot Springs Ark where they had been taking treatment for rheu matism They were both very much improved The now grade on the Mountain Central railroad near Campton Junction has been completedand trains were run over it about two weeks ago There is no place on tho road now with ovcr Sl per cent grade Young men and ladies with am bition should learn telegraphy Under tho now eight hour law which goes into effect next March over 18000 additional telegraphers are required by the railroads in the United States Positions pay front 00 to 80 par month to bo sinners You can qualify in three or four months time For full particulars write to the National Telegraph Institute Cincinnati O Notice for Parole Breathitt Circuit Court Tho Commonwealth of Kentucky Plaintiff vs Notice of Application for Parole Carey Holloy Defendant The County Jadgo and County Attorney of Breathitt county nro hereby notified that IwiUon the first Tuesday in January 1908 o- as soon thereafter as possible fUn my application for parole with the Board of Prison Commissioners Frankfort Ky and tusk to be released from the pcnitentiar on parole OAiun HOLLEY Wo hereby accept service of tho above notice this November 29th 1907 It SS TAOLBEE County Judge of Breathitt county Kentucky l 4J WISEHAoINs County Attorney of Bre thUt County Kentucky r 0 u 1 t J = Xmas Cards and Photo Call ixt limo Jackson Photo fe Icry and got your souvenir poi caids and have your XmaS pho made Tho gallery will oog- J every week day Turkey jlIcnrr Mclntosh of Jot f was hero Thursd f John tnmer of Wharf s hero lust week Jamcs 01fr fiLIIof Four Mile tray hero r centlyllrs Joe C Little Canoe was hero last wt lirlit- tle r son of John ANobloi v tow wltht161d fgtCr arid js expected to live iMisso L Short Rnd Sallie Turner of Win 11Ir McIntosh Jr of Lick Brahchlis conlinod to his rooip with fever There are several more oSsoaiUi this vicinity Miss Alice Turjpr1 entertained few fricnds at r home last Saturday ecning1 11 enjoyed a pleasant tiouetiN Terry had a corn gatherin fow days ago Quito a nnmbeJjpf tho boys helped him sq ferry of Jetts creekis ha x g his rent corn gathered from 1IS river farm nt the mouth of Tur YO + rPerry Reynolds little duifcli ter who was seriously billed some time ago is still linger g Mrs J Terry and Miss Lillian CriendjAndreln was taken to Lexington a short Jlmo ago for treatment of tonsilitppis improving Wo soon be well again GONUOLIK M XpfjANl ESTILti COUNTY w ltciymond Aninwnsin R h m9 4lJlIIrid r tan tvero gu slsof David Lay and family Thursday J A Fry was the guest jol E13 Crowe Thursdayllog 111I jug is in full blast hero and jt is feared that much sickness will follow on account of eating too much fresh meat Peter Rich urdson was n truest of T1 Ga rctt and wife Thursday M 0 Lamb and wife visited N T Cole and family Thursday Leonard Lay has built n now barn DIr d Lay killed his hogs Inst week and us staying close at home Ho does not visit his friends nt present as he is afraid of not getting any fresh pork to eat Dont be alarms d Dive but give Hubert Irvino4- nvisitMrs W V Will ersan died of consumption at the hone of her parents ItIJnd Mrs S N Johnson at Hoidlcburg She livedat Panola Her remains were laid to rest in the College Hill cemetery by the side of her hus band Huston Walton and family wore visitors at lIume John sons SaturdayMiss Lizzie Walton visited E B Crowo Saturday Y 1fiPEotou NEWS T nm a regular ruder of yo good newspaper every Saturday night In a recent issue one of your correspondents at Frozen Creek writes many praises of nn opossum dog of his neighborhood psaehasMy brother Floyd Begloy hdsja dog that should be on tho retired list or under the ago law sis he has caught 47 opossums and trod skunks a I understand that Arch Snow IOU a lumber man of this vicini roperto boom his logs in a deep hollow ono mile from the rivor efts hearing BcckhamV speechVrj Beattyville vhctf ho said thai i a short time ho would havo jack water to the town of BQonbyille Mr Snowden now has some fears about booming his logs as ho thinks Gov Bradley will bo elected to tho U S Senate and times will be better for log men As wages have been one of t 10 topics of Beckham and Hager J think itis time for fife MMchhte era to confess their sins i l 1 flu liE rf 01 A M JUrELU J D HUNTEfe fOAOn Uid3d dayof August 1492 sctsl1i1fuallships piloted and manned by hundred and twenty sailors and at sunrise October 1214J2 he lauded on lift green shores of ono of the Bahamas acid took posses sionof the new country in tho name of the King and Queen of Spain i calling it San Salvador mcaning liolyjSaviour Columbus find his sailors found a dense forest of untilled soil and the Redman the warrior of the aCterIcomrades hunting for gold along thefirstcolonies winch afterward constt tilted the United States of Amer lierI ancient and modern history and pioneersfblood that was shed the lives that were lost on tho battle fields 0t the 3d day of July 177G the solI armytivonton S C which forever tore loose tho tyrants of English rule Why do tvccall the 4th day of July Independence day The ex planation on that day 1776 in the city of Philadelphia Pa the American Congress nTetedand Adopted the Declaration of Inde pendence which gave to the American people their freedom a td Jibet On that day for tho lira time in tho worlds his tory the Liberty Dell rang and the Star Spangled Uanner waved lOMtt1rtheir sacred honor to give us the I blessings of civil and reli lous 1libertpeople have cleared away the forests cultivates the rich soil built cities villages and towns acade mies colleges and public schools in the different harts of the United States bridged our rivers and tunneled our hills built railroads from State to State As a result of the labors of the American peo plo this rich earth is pouring forth its richness floods of oil and tons of coal The smoke can be seen going up from the manufactories turning out the bars of iron and steel rails sheets of tin and plates of glass It costs the lives of thousands of American fathers and their sons to maintain our independence Treasures have been spent and tons of bloodshed to give to the American people this grand freedom and liberty that we today are enjoying During tho centuries past up to tho present wo have grown to a population of over 85000000 from a few struggling colonies m tiroly independent of each other and acknowledging allegiance to three European powers to a united station lvitha land surface of nearly 4000000 square miles included within time boundaries of forifyisix States Alaska and tho isles of tho sea There is a period of the greatest fertility in inven tion andmost momentous mato rial advancement in the annals of the human race Our country is tliO grandest arena God over pro aced for his childnen After the centuries of mans old world ty any fled oppression of shameful jnbfance and bigoted intolerance the Almighty throw open this con tinent as the virgin field of oppor striverall high and glorious achieve rnceImiKat to itself justice at lust tTO HE COXTINDKD Tho Sixtieth Congress of the United States convened at Wash ington Monday Joseph G Can non of Illinois was elected Speak er for tho third time John Sharpe tliolDSpeaker 1 i n 0 NOR f lAl OH0Q IiI r Teachers of Breathitf County Vt Wv 4 attend the Normal Term at the F f LeoS Collegiate Snstitiite 1y Beginning December 30 I And continuing Nineteen weeks r k iStand by the Old Pioneer School of the Mountains The Instructors aro all experienced teAchers and Normal and t f University Graduates t hFree classes in Chorus Work and Drawing tI EXlENSES LOW Write to either fc lV f Dr C B Dickson or Prof LesterCrego j Secretary of Uoard J Principal i t Jackson Skating Rinkof III GOOD RINK GOOD SKATES GOOD MUSIC GOOD ORDER Sessions Every Tuesday Thursday and Satur day afternoons from 2 to 430 Every night except Wednesday night from 530 to 9- Come and spend a pleasant evening with your friends Admission lOc Use of Floor and Skates 15c t JACKSON AMUSEMENT CO r4i j t WITIIEItSPOON COLLEGErAT Buckhorn Perry Co Ky f BREADTH THOROUGHNESS ECONOMY I DepartmentsStudents I nations Whisky drinking card playing cigarette smoking prohibited t WINTER SESSION OPENS DEC 30 TEHMS Tuition One Dollar per month Board and room Ono I Dollar and twentylive cents per week Address tllBV HARVEY S MURDOCH Buckhorn Ky THE MIDWINTER TERM Which is the rush term OPENS JANUARY 2108 Do you want to be a working unit in the liveliest mostambitSous enthusiastic and professional body of teachers ever Ilthered to ether for study in Eastern KentuckyP If so see your County Superin tendent now about an appointment to free tuition if you have not already done so and write to the President of the E K S N S for a catalogue him what studies you desire Address R N ROARK 0U v RICHMOND KY j r- Y j lFOR SALE d to change loca tions we offer for sale our + arty at the mouth of Leatherwoods t u on Lost Creek including 37i acres itiof fine land all new one store building main room 20x30 feet ttwo side rooms 8x30 feet each and 3000 stock of firstclass merchandise one largo dwelling house with eight large rooms about 16x18 feet high ceilings two ole gant stone chimneys with six firoi l places and two stove exits house iI nearly complete with best doors r nicelyiinhhedenough sawed and on premises sto fully complete houses A tirstclasa stand for a country store at the forks of two leading roads and at the mouth of a good creek and on 0ttho line of survey of proposed ex tension of L E railway Terms and prices reasonable Address NOBLE r 4 iY Loft Creek Iq1 I i I- h R r x 0 o M g tM IAWtp QP hfJW Vw wwflUW w w Lexingtons Popular 1 0 0 9clothing House Cl to I + I THE r- L fD Successor IWltL E p READ c We can will more than pay t t you to do your c v We positively allowing this discount to help pay your Our stock of and Boys is Very complete the only the kind which we backup with mUnderwear Men and Boys the very r mDETACH THIS MODELC Boys SIOto 30 i AXD BRING IT WITH from+ 10 to 30 f This coupon entitles 350 to 12 store to boys 450 to 10 7 10 Per Cent D t a garment to 5No mutter what you buy i tho month of December 250 to 5 1 r t llltlATlllTT COUNTY 3 t i l E t a I c Z I rd i r Ky us Old Corner i l1nm ltltl1mmV v r Vj f v 0 0 The Breathitt News SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE J WISE HAGINS EDITOR FRIDAY DECEMBER T Star Route Proposals Proposals will bo received by the postoffico department at Washing tonD C until January 7 1908 for the carrying of tho mails in i Kentucky from July 1 1008 to Juno 30 1912 The routes leaving here ore as follows Jackson to Hazard six times a week Jackson to Hindman seven times a week- Rousseau to Jackson six times a week Bays to Jackson six times n week Woburn to Jackson three times a weekOther routes in this county leave Elkatawa Oakdale Athol Simith Branch and Simpson Personally Conducted Tour to Florida and Cuba Arrangements have been made by E A Lucas Secretary 1 6 L Tours Agency of Cincinnati to conduct Queen Cres cent Route a holiday tour to Flor ida and Cuba stopping at the most important pointy ftt each place nnd returning via the Land of the Sky and tho Sapphire country The special party will lent Cincinnati on Christmas evening December 25th at 800 pm n private cars Ono expense includes tho wholo tour including transportation hotels carriages and meals Write for itinerary giving cost Address Charles W Zell D P A Queen Crescent Route Fourth Vino streets Cincinnati Ohio Mrs W A Hampton entertain ed a pleasant dinner at Simpson in this county Thanks giving in honor of Mr and Mr- S s H Hurst Jr whose marriage was recently celebrated There T guestincluding s I and it was pronounced most pleas liTurkepBtI r 1 the dinner hour and all enjoyed aI molt bwty and deUoloui uputIiii 4 C r gamblers of Now York saddled o the country the sun moon an stars still goon the holidays give new life to trade and the relief prompted by an actual put up i cash by Uncle Sam stimulates con Gdenco and the cash is fast find ing its way back into the channels of trade Open up your heart have confidence in the people an buy what you need while prices are right We have the finest line of shoes in town We own our build ing no high rents or clerks to pay wo can afford to sell cheap We want the name tho reputa tion and tho trade Our profits will corns later Come in and hel us build watch us develop got our bargains while they last Womens shoes 3L up to th most fastidious We arc puttin in the old reliable and up to now lines of John J Schulten nnd Knoxvilles Million Dollar Shoo House Haynesllcnson tin We pommenced to please and get your trade and we mean to do it Wo are after your trade and we know our prices and goodwill s get it We have no enemies andwant to add you to our arm of friends Get on tho train tl bell is now ringing SAMUHI E PATTON Morg The farmers of this vicinity at about through gathering corn an all find that they have an abund ant supply Algin Derickson is visiting his stator Mrs Sim Eas tin at Adcl Mrs J B Flinch um who has been quite sick i several days is improving Nel van Spencer of Leo City an Iwereare g their old home at Wilmington 0 and while there will celebrate ti golden wedding Jof the formers father and mother liaringsee in Tho News an nil by Henry Noble that hs had lost a lino cowI I would suggest that ho look on fourth page of The News of No comber 29th and 1 think he will find her The teacher at M C S wishes to join with South Strong in insisting on having better school houses more earnest as enthusiastic work and in elan districts utter worker tt 0 Tt to DL 6 STRAUS TO Lexington WOLFE COUNTY Camptond A considerable crowd way in at tendance at county court Monday inILykinsJcourt DissDlillioCcnterofStillwate luis been visiting in the town f the past few doge Hon A F Byrd of Winches tcr came up Mojiday on business and remained over night- P Tho entertainment given by the students of K W AJ was well attended and enjoyed by all SagGilmore wero attending county court Monday Spenton Arm on Devils creek last week came inudrJ S S Combs Eq of iliadis tenets was intown Monday loo inaq Mgndanightgin county where he had be bird hunting during the past tl ee KepIp his old classmate and friend TjRose from Friday until Sttur day The December term of ti beganjcases are on at this term A C Oliver has just finished his work as assessor of Cnraptop sned town 1furBh and Tom Willson spent Thanks giving in Lexington and witnessed the football game between StateI College and C U Postmaster S H Kash of Ha 2eJ Green accompanied by his wile and little daughter Lucile CamptoYg n after torn bu SuM In county rV 0 TWill FREE SCHOOLS scon close Tacbersand pupils will want to be in school somewhere WHERE SHALL I GO THE RIVERSIDE BRETHREN INSTITUTE AT LOST CREEK KENTUCKY II give very thorough and competent instruction in NORMAL and ACADEMIC WOl K Beautiful location Good equipment WINTER TERM OPENS JANUARY 7 1908 rruitionl00 per month Board very reasonable The moral standard shall be kept as high and clean as possible Write to or see b G E DRUSHAL Lost Creek Ky art Tlio track of the Mountain Cen 1railroad has been eXtended- e two hundred yards nearer pton thus extending the tie shipping yard which had be c o too narrow for the inerrsod shipmcnta MASTER COMMISSION ERS SALE Circuit Court TP Cardwcii Plaintiff vs Notice of Sale Jasper Davis and Eliza Howard Defendants By of a judgment of the Breathitt circuit court idthe abovestyled action the un dersigned Commissioher of said cojirt will well at pubjjp fluxion tn the highest at tho front door of tho court house in Jack son Kyt at about the hour of 12 oclock noon on Monday December 23 1907 t ltl1e following described renl prop situated in the town of Jack son Ky and bounded as follows Beginning at the lower end o Martha Carpenters lot thenc- with pun tors lino n 36 c 78J foot to a stake thence n 42J w 341 feet to a stake in the bra nch thence s 52 w 721 feet to a s ko thence s 3Ct 0 49j feet to thrbeginning TOo purchaser will bo required toYive bond for the purchase money with approved socarlty Jw ring Interest from date am hftwfifr the force and effect of rirtbgndRod fl lien will ro e dtns bondn the property sold until all tho pur cha so money is paid Bidders mus be repared to comply prompt wit r these terms propcrt- oil bo sold on a credit of six months Amount of debt 20 00 Amount of interest 18 00 Cost of suit 20 60 Commissioners cost 7 50 Cost of advertising 8 00 rTotal 74 J W OARDWELI M 0 B C oERSCOMMISSION SALE Courtofc Q vs Notice of Salo Dermdantsr Breathitt circuit court entered in tho above styled action the us dersigncd Comniinsiolier of waid court will sell at public auction to tne highest bidder at the front door of the court house in Jackson Ky between the hours of 1 oclock a m and 2 oclock p m on Monday December 23 1907 rtho following described real prop erty towit Three tracts of land lying in Breathitt county Ky FlllST TKAtiT Beginningktrees thence with the dividing ridgcbetween Spring Branch and tuckfSluackelfordsenbranch thence up a drain to the beginning corner where the chest someIonWhitscountyiib Wmobi Jones by Jeremiah Covelace by deed dated August 20 18C8 and recorded ui the clerks office of the Breathittcounty court in deed andaso convlS od to saidJones by fortheheirsJohn B Roberts peed dated Au dust 21 J885 SOND TRACT inwrest tract of land which is boundedas follows Beginning at a poplar stump near the creek thence a tbeftfJFfjlC Shackclfords line nround tho dividing ridge to Jospch Sewolls line at tho head of Little Frozen thence with Joseph Sewells line to Nathan Gibbs lino nt his north west corner thence around the dividing ridge opposite the bo innlnglUumae a straight lino to which is the beginning containing 210 acres more or less and being the same land byMcKinleydeed dated November 20 1883 and of record in tho Hroathitt county court clerks otlico In deed book No 41 page 287 and interest hereby ordered sold is tho interest Rtrollhocbn e Palmer all owned by said John E Jones and the interest of the heirs of W P Jones dpcd but the oRCisi th JU Interest of tin defendant Martha Hounshell in this tract will not be sold THIRD TRACT bounded as follows Hcginning creekt1tenccpoles to a black oak on top of the knobs 24 e 16 s Ci7e 8 poles t a hickory s 27 e 17poles to a do 3ea 161poles24 o 20 poles to a hickory n 30 w inJonesary of land down n ridge it being sheri 3a1 n hickory s 85 wO poles a 08 w 10 poles n 85 w 14 poles s 55 w 8 9t7 blocs0 haodbranch sidelenownthence down the creek with its meanders s 20 w 10 poles s 84 w boIDnninJr beenCCalmesbv1890 and of record in tho Breathitt booNoregniretomoney with approved security andharinlreplevin bond and a lion will be reserved in said bond on the land sold until all the preparedtoterms Said land will bo sold on 1n credit of six months 67Amount 95Cost5 Commissioners cost Total J W CRIHvErL M C B C FOR SALE firstchitshickory Lost Creek Saw mill convenienty near and ready for sawing Address BENny B NOBLE Lost Creek Ky BT H05R 8 Q SAMPLE ROSE ac SAMPLEI Attorney and Councelors at La CAMPTOX KY This firm will practice in all the coutiesration Law and Heal Estate Lit gationOffices Second Floor harmer Traders Bnk GOTO McCarty MoorF- OR STONE and BRICKWORK Moving and raising houses and of work All work guaranteed256w Jackson Kentucky FALL I niLLlNERyI IS NOW ON DISPLAY 4 V Our showing of Millinery will bo a revelation to many a delight to all The variety is such that you will surely find one that captivates 00 your fancy They are perfect gems 00 of beauty sumptuously large rich in color fascinating in their entiretyt If you havent selected your fall hat see these beautiful models The individuality and taste char actoristic of this millinery cannot be described it must be seen to be 81j w predated I EXCLUSIVEand FASHIONABLE MODELS LADIES FALL SKIRTS U 1tkfall and winter season is now com plete an exhibit of style quality and elegance that is unquestionably the finest in Jackson and cannot fail to add greatly to yIr tjg flS veyors to the fashionable ainon this section Linens Flannels an BeddingsWe wish to tell you very early in the sea adventinin a position by clever operating to stil stocksattions refer more particularly to Household and Fancy Linens White Dress Goods Flan FlannelettesWashGoods + fixedruleour thecondition RANGESItdeUgllttoOurSupplymerato Try one of ours and yonll bo convinced GOODSiUnratock Stapleandthe finest line now replete withof canned goods on tho market and depond flour on them to Theyre fine Whoa you bay coZ and can bothwond to theattractiveness living Arealluxuryat season of any is oneoar dt1ligbtful tame The best line of Mens and in Jackson ShoesAlso a complete line of MewsClothing and Furnishings For R liberal sharp of your values patron ago we promise good iatoneCOWHOLESALE3AND JACKSONKENTUCKY J f It The Breathitt News l J WISE HAG INS EDITOR CASH SUBSCnfPTIONS 81 A YEAR J Published Every Friday nd r I Dr C H HURST SurgeontIn R A Hurst Office aOlllcej r Building Jackson Phone 58rk fi + uuutiwrilfiuulilirrlilllffi t AUXIN T KELLY I sIa- ut to IiEL1IIIUII1Hnllml1l1l1ll11l1t1I11UIIII r riinShoes very cheap atJonca store p You will find local news on J Jj every pogo of this pRIer A S Jonnson went to Winches terThursday on business I t Mrs J D Lanter was visiting friends in IkaUyvillo last week xiIhavo the nicest lino of veg tl ft tables in Jackson G HADDIX- Hirw P Stevens has accepted a 4g Ff 1 position as salesman for Samuel I E Patton o Mother Goose will have Christ mas pout cards tags and seals for Palo December 12 Eustcr Isaacs have a big line of Christmas toys which they will J At cost tLeroyHurst of Wolfe county + ro was in Jackson Saturday enrouto to Atholon business Cut out the coupon from tho Modelad if you are going to Lex t ington in December 1 Martin T Kelly left Thursday 4 for Letcher county in tho interest 119 of the Continental Realty Co Curt Hagins and wife of Oak dale were visiting the Gamily of John Hays tho first of tho wcekI Mrs Wm Spencer and daugh ter Miss Eliza of Oakdale were visiting the family of G W Sew ell Wednesday frt line liaJIaVsil9f1ufferinJ from aaprained ankle caused by falling on the railroad track near J er home last week Bruce Ewen who wa seriously hurt in the shoulder while work ing on a bridge at Mt Pleasant OM has almost recovered L Miss Florence Johnson who is teaching school at tho mouth of Frozen spent Sunday with her sister Mrs W L Eversole Tho coupon in tho Model ad will be as good as money for onetenth of whatever you may buy at the Model store during December Miss Myrtlellullock who has been visiting her aunt Mrs M Forbes for some time returned to her home at Chandler Okla Tuesday Hubert McDonald of Dealt villcv was elected ft Pogo in the 4 Lower House of Congress on tho recommendation of Congressman Langley t Miss Abbie Bailey returned last week from HotSprings Ark where she was entirely cured of rheumatism after three weeks treatment Col C J Little has about com plated the stone foundation for his now hotel On account of the lateness of the season he will sus pond the work on the building until the early spring Attorney A F Byrdof Win chester was in Jackson Tuesday taking depositions in the damage t suit of tho Cox heirs against lIar gis and others at Lexington This Icase will soon be called for trial George Allen of Estill county warranted a parole by the prison commissioners last Tuesday He r was 76 years old when sentenced yearstile two s time Consideration and certainty are r tho essentials for success Wo want you to consider our lino of shoes furniture quecnswaro clothing and lumber The prices will boright to a certainty Comet our store and planing mill for r the best of everything in our line I and be convinced GeL busy and moveuI want to get you It my glare and get you to look at Iwywill do tho rest SAMUEL E PATON v a Y y 4 s i The Inauguration lion Augustus E Willson will be inaugurated Governor of Ken tucky next Tuesday Chief Jus tico Ed C OKcar will administer the oath of office to horn Mother Godse Market Mother Gooso Is a friend in need and will havo all kinds of ready made Christmas gifts for sale at the basement of the Christian church December 12 Go to Iladdix for fresh cakes and candles Assessments Raised The town Board of Supervisors composed of S 11 Stidham A S Johnson and A IL Putton was in session Monday and Tuesday Quito a number of assessments were raised The Board will meet again December 14th to hear complaints For nice fruits and vojjtables KO to Iladdix For the Juniors Wo begin n series of articles this weekwritten by Elder J D Hunter Organizer of tho Jr 0 U A M for this section We will havo at lcastii column a week for several wecks which wo hope will bo interesting to tho Juniors especially Go to Iladdix for any thing you want to go in your fruit cake Marriage Licenses Tho following marriage licenses have been issued since our last publication James Trent of Robbins and Miss Mary Goodwin of Calla Brcck tattle and Mrs Julia Gabbiird of Herald- J M Spencer of Malaga and Mrs Nunnio Hose of Jackson Jones is selling mens suits at conk Langleys Bill Congressman John W Langley has introduced bill in Congress making Jackson an additional point at which n United States Court shall be held This is in accordance with his promise both before and after his election We believe ho will get it A court of this kind would bo worth thou sands of dollars annually to Jack Son and Brcathilt county and would be a great saving to the government in mileage and other expenses of witnesses and officers who now have to attend court at Richmond or London Bed blankets regular 125 value 85c at Jones store December Weather December will be a tempestuous month says Prof Marsh tho noted weather prophet of Ohio Heavy snow prevailing in all parts of the country Tho rainfall dur ing the month will be light the precipitation bring principally sleet and snow Snowstorms and blizzards at all times Eighth to 9th generally fair Between 10th and 14th storms windy changeable temperature rain turning to snow Fifteenth to 17th generally fair Between 18th to 24 changeable temperatures high winds rain turning to sleet and snow cold wavo between 22nd and 24th with continued stormy weather Twentyfifth and 26th snow Between 27th and 29thcold wave with snow Thirtiethand 31st cold and fair For good coffee go to Haddix Attention Mr Trustee With tho continued fall in tem peraturo and tho alternations of rain and frost nnd snow accom panied by appropriate sheets of ice and with the summer birds gone and with tho snow birds corning in and with a general inclination on the part of tho populace to seek warmth and shelter it may bo said that there are some indications that winter will set in When tho weather is warm pad bright and pleasant and tho streets dry and jirra there is no need for sidewalks when there i ho rain nor sleet nor snow nor mud we can get along fairly well with poor sidewalks or with no sidewalks at all But what about the converser Homo made candy for sale at the Mother Goose market Dc ember 12 The Powers trial is still in pro press at Georgetown Special Judge Morris appears to be con Ina Powers fourth trial the other J three having been reversed by the Court of Appeals Wanted A wood steady hand to do farm worksuch as feeding stock etc Good wages will bo paid Call at this office Tax Supervisors- J M E Davis Er Combs Big Bud Turner S H Stidham and Elislia Johnson Jr have been appointed supervisors of the the tax book of Breathitt county for tho year 1008 Lost Creek James Ford is still Improving from his shot Miss 1 heoba Nc blo and Mrs Martha Herald were visiting in Grantsvlllo Tuesday Mrs B B Noble and Isabel Neace who have been visiting in Perry county returned home Sunday accompanied by Johnnie Foxio Wm Noble has com menced to erect n now dwelling house on Leatherwood II S and Allie Watts still remain in Grantsvillo in the property form erly occupied by H It Noble Supt II B Noble having sold out his log jobs in this vicinity says ho expects to rcmoyo to town saying the supposition is that he will- purchase the property now occu pied by Mr Wilder in Grantevillc No phones ye- tElkatawa Miss Jessie Dixon spent Sundny with Miss Sarah Haddir Miss Lillie Cundiff of War Creek was LouieSpencerW D Cundiff and Mrs Alex Hargis wero guests of Mrs Alex Cundiff Wednesday Louis Col position Polly is in his place There will be services at Kessler Chapel Sunday by Hev Bryant Baptist min ister of HindmanMrs DM Henry of West Liberty has been the guest of her mother Mrs Dixon for the past week Mr and Mrs Alex II Cundiff spent Thanksgiving with Mrs Cundiffs parents in Wolfe county Mrs Charles Terry is teach fog hero for her husband this week Terry Luther Little of Jackson county representing a Louisville hard TerrySaturdayfrom Sam Callahans at Canoe is completed this far and will be finished to Atholncxt week Mrs Ike Combs visited Mrs Miles Terry Sunday Price Terry vis ited John Anderson Sunday Clay Johnson visited John lur ners family SundayR B Tal ent and Harry Baker who have been gathering corn on tho Calls han farm near here have returned to Crockettsvillo Mrs Yian Combs has been ill for tho pas- tweckBorn to Mr and Mrs Clay Griflith of near Elkatawa a boy called Willson Tho enter tainment to be given at the school house by Miss Cappio Terry will be hold on Friday December 20 insteadof tho date previously an nounced Lee Walker passed here Sunday with his gasoline boat for BuckhornThe Puncheon Camp college is about completed with tho exception of the chimney Oscar and Iko Combs visited friends at Canoe SundayMrsJ- ohn Turner has been confined to her room for several days Mrf Mary Terry visited Granville JeWs family Friday Mrs Nan nie Johnson who has been confined to her room for some weeks is able to be out again ORDERSsOr call at our store Well appreciate your favors Com ploto Holiday stock of Diamonds Watches Jewelry Solid Silver Cut Glass andOptical Goods H E IN T Zr 1 JEWELER iE Main St Opp the Phoenix Lexington Ky Y f- i oo o o 11I II if pHRISTMS tIt F TO V 1SOOMINGB1FLEENORJ wi iFJ1rif r4F HA1BEEN RESTOCKED i F With ic finest line of Solid Gold and Filled Jew ii elry w cr brought to Jackson The largest and 0- Cl BJ sortnlErit of Watches Chains and Rings ever 9 offered in Jackson before All kinds of Jewelry of ii the be t quality and at less than jewelers prices iineIneof Silrcrwar0 of every kind and Fancy il G OObOUs kinds tIatVlH make nice Christ r F masrtlida itmlWeddiuA 1 resent 3 F I if An ate active line of Cut Gloss that ought to please 111 everybody fO A splendid assortment of Fina Silver Table Ware J that will give satisfaction ff 4ri4i Weight Clocks Spring Clocks 400 Day Clocks qF It Combs Brushes Tooth Brushes Toilet Sets with fF it Silver Mounting In fact everything that willr i matte nice presents and 4 Make Your Friends and Loved Ones Happy wi e Satisfaction and lowest prices guaranteed ComeF131- k And Buy Presents Before the Stock is Picked ro- rit o- i b Mako a small payment on them and have them 0 wrapped and laid away for you Everybody como pF I irand be convinced that this is the place to get goodfF at the lowest prices 2qtra t F t THE i S D JFleenor Jewelry Store i Ji Jackson Kentucky t11jto1 ood9o 00ooWoF00Wo4f 00sF000 00 I i STEPPING STONES c TO FORTUNE Are the entrances to every Savings Bank and the lucky men and women who enter its portals are they who see the shortest cut to independence D ont forget that among other credentials presented to an employer the sure winning one is the Bank Book So dont delay Bring along your dollars and let us help you save them JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK CST r TUCKY D L ALLEN J JEWELER MAIN ST ope r STOl I10E Has for sale pit 1iiduor WATCHES KMBLpil PINS EYE GLASSES AOLE and nil kinds ot w6lry REPAIRING ASPE ALTY Prices lloasonable lease call and examine r 51lv JjFruit 1 TREESjI r c Shrubs Grapo Vines Asparagus Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Wo employ no agents Catalogue on application H F HillenlneYfr1 Sons LEXINGTO X There to an old saying that la tug FranceIkeeper and la Italy the iltrfW f 1fIf M THE LATE8TNEWS About Furniture here you will find all the best things in Furniture The best at moderate prices Abundant variety to choose from Prompt and efficient service Satisfaction in every purchase and no misrepresentation JONESFURNITURE STORE Corner Court Street andI Co 1op1r vcnuo 4 If rh 1 5 PETERSSHOES l Theyre the Shoes you should call for if you lwant to pet comfort style and wear at a reasonable price Theyre built in specialty 1 factories from the most carefully selected with the lines of the feet HADE FOR U- SPeters Shoe j l IIsL illtFOR properlyaNOTE THE PRICES i Ladies Tip- Bluchers 1 25I Ladies Pat Tip Bluchers 1 50 5 Mens Vici Kid 2 25 2 50l1 Mens Patent Calf 3 50 to 4 50 Ladies Heavy Shoes very thing for country wear 165 to 1 85 j All these goods are really worth from to 50 per cent more than our prices per piryyy ill I J S S TAULBEEiaaaMraaia t m 3333 s3333 311 I M1XEDPAINTS Just received a full line which we guarantee I 1 25I 1lIli TKE iir1-l V Will cover more space last NI longer and look better than any other paint made Call 11 and see color cards and get 11 prices s 11 Jackson Drug Co 1- I w- m t ccc11 e e tleee t tIIEE EEE w OOG 0f i You Will Get All Tahts0 0 l Coming to Youwi 4 0 0 m 0 GTHEREF IIIno yon pay us yon get one hundred cents valuo in return 0 M We Believe ill Square Treatment 0Your moneys worth all the time We use up a page of space talking about our goodsOthen you wouldnt know how good they nreitt 0e COME TO OUR STORE I So yon can see for yourself thats the surest way 00 i Crawford d Co iill JACKSON KENTUCKY O O OOOG MONUMENTS I Headstones and Markers My line of designs are the latest and I can also prepare special ideas pre sented by my customers 4 If in need of work in my 4 line call and see me or drop me a postal card R 1 iPricesBa IVhSHELY JY tSltIILO lt Noar the Brld e Jackson K f may ti R tJf kx- r J t 4 3 = T 7 I t Rccip ffiixcd Often Some rmiarkiiblc stories are be sing told about town and among the i tuli peoples coming n of 3 this simple homemade midureI curing Rheumatism and MY 9trouble Here is tho recipe and v directions for taking Mix by ishaking well in 1 bottle onehalf Bounce Fluid Extract Dandelion jona ounce Compound Kargon three ounces Compound Syrup Sarsaparilln Take as a dose ono 1aspoonfuI alter meals nndat bedtime No change need be xnade in yoir usual diet but drink plenty of good water This mixturc writes one au f thorityn a leading Philadelphia newspaper has a peculiar tonic effect upon the kidneys cleansing the cloggedup pores of the dim illative tissues forcing tlio kidneys to sift and strain from tim blood t the uric acid and other pois onous waste matter overcoming Rheumatism Bladder and Urinary troubles in a short while A New York druggist who bus jihad hundreds of calls for these T ingredients since tim first an nouncement in the newspaper last October stated that the people who once tried it swears by it es pecially those who hayo Urinary and Kidney trouble and suffer with Rheumatism Jrhc druggists in this neighbor iooday they can supply the ingredients 1 which are easily mixed at home There is said to be no better bloodcleansing agent or p system tonic known and ertainIJ none more harmless or simple to use Canoe Clifton Sebastian has bought a farm for 1200 on Lost Creek and will move to it soon David Sebastian entertained number of friends with a candy party Satur day night Tnlbert Turner has gone to Hamilton 0 Stephen Little and Joe Mooro went hunting I and killed two birds Vrii Heraldand Jessie Turner oft Turkey Creole aro closing out their largo stock of merchandise Green Spicer is very busy EjTcRfcr unibor Logan Little made a businehi trip to Lexington Z c last week Arorlc is plentiful at Canoo and any one needing em f ployment can bo accommodated Estill eaton is putting up r his saw mill Shade Stacy is f working on the Canoo college i Alfred and Georjjo Gambill visited Joe Little Saturday night Joel 1 Sebastian made a business trip to IJackson last veekEd Little 1 been visiting friends on I JoLts Creek has returned home Shade Stacy killed a finebeef Monday Pierce Little visited his brother Will Saturday night Crockettsville Wilson Callahan and his sister Miss Lillian are visiting friends at Hyden Samuel Deaton of Longs creek has a span of mules four nnd five years oldand a now road wagon and gearing for sale Price S35Q Uncle Squire Riley lost the sad dIe horse ho purchased of Dr Eversole two weeks ago He thinks tne horse was poisoned as he saw some one nt the stable the night it died bfMrs Garrett Sandlin of Longs I creek while attempting to put some water in a trough for hogs slipped and fellnnd immediately a severe pain began to trouble her in the side Sliei very sick On the 28th nIt Mitlta the little daughter of John li Lewis caught on fire while in a room alone Her mother heard her cry When1hcwere above the childs head and while trying to extinguish them p Mrs Lewis hands were Severely burn d Her clothing also caught fire and she probably would have been burned to death had it not i been for Susan Lewis iho saw the flames running up Mrs Lewis back and smothered Jbc tire put Both were severely burned but not fatal TIJK WISDOM OF OOD HKVEVLK- DJhewisdom which had passed fromtlndia through Greece with what Greece had added of hero n the jurisprudence of Homo 4 tho mediaeval municipalities tlioi tuetbnfc method of representation the political experience of Err1 lund the tatttenAnt wisdom of thea expositors of latf lan pf rHiwr fl and of nations In Fmnce and llult l lhed orj Am rc th lr Al selcctcst influence r America washed the gold of po litfcal wisdom from the sands wherever it was Joundshe cleft it from the rocks she gleaned it among ruins Out of all the dis coveries of statesmen and sages out of all the experience of past human life she compiled a peren nial political philosophy the prim ordial principles of national ethics The wise men of Europe sought the best government in a mixtqro of monarchy aristocracy and democracy America went be hind these names to extract from them the vital elements ofsocial forms and blend them harmon iously in tho free commonwealth which comes nearest to the illus tration of the natural equality fall men America intrusted the guardianship of established rights to law the movements of reform to tho spirit of the people and drew her force from the happy reconciliation of both Republics had heretofore bcqn limited to small cantons or cities nnd their dependencies America doing that of which tho like had not before been known upon the earthor believed by kings and statesmen to be possible extended her republic ncross n continent Under the auspices of America the vine of liberty took deep root and tilled the land tho hills were covered with its shadows its boughs were like the goodly cedars andreached unto both oceans Tho fame of this only daughter of freedom went out into all the lands of the earth From America tho human race drew hope Neither hereditary monarchy nor hereditary aristocracy planted itself on American soil tho only hereditary condition that fastened itself upon Americas continent was servitude Nature work in sincerity and is ever true to its laws The bee gathers honey tho viper distills poison the wine stores its juices and so do the poppy and the upas in like mnnner every thought and every action ripens its seeds each according to its kind in the indi vidual man and still more in a state or nation A just idea gives life and progress and glory a false conception portends disaster shame nnd death JOHN B LEWIS PROPHETIC LAMB OF GOD O wpnderful and blessed Saviour Prophetic Lamb of God A light of lights in our own hearts Our hope while under the sod Thou marvelous rays at Thy will Are but n broken gleam that starts The wearyworn heart of the wid ows will And brings joy to the broken heart J Thou hast come andwe do believe Iliice after race thy love conceive They say thohour Thou didst come The trumphetsvoice was stricken dumb Wo bid our fears and passions ceas- eFntheroflofc and Prince of peace And tight the battle of the day And follow our Jesus always II A Miller Ned Ky Stop with Hart Brothers at tho Reed Hotel when in Lexington HER QUERIES They Taught Him to Be More Careful In the Future Dnrllnp hq asked as be drew hU fiancee closer to him am I the only mail you over kissed Charles she replied somewhat testily I would like to ask you it tow questions before we go any further You are no doubt aware of tho tact that papa U worth several million dollars areut you yyea You understand no doubt that wheQ bo dies ull of that vast fortune will be left to mo- Yyes You know that I have 500000 In LtI ih iu tho banks YyosAmi own half a million dollar worth of V 1 lesjjjorAntI and bonds Yycs And that my diamonds are valued at 100000Yyes And my horses and automobiles at 75ooor Yycs Aiiiiniy yachts at 550000 Vy t And iiydogs ot 23000 i Vyei r- JhllI for swltiess take why dont you tnlk reiifcJ Wmt difference Would It imike to you It 1 had klwed n thou Bead iiiuu befWt I mot yuu Uo humuiLd anti unwed iiud ctam movlf nud Mushed nnd tried to think ot ii mlmUie Teily but finally hud to rlo It up util iviua the great laereM Ifjwu lo talk of tioniithlui elco ho tiicJii ilpii fKJi t fillwf nud nwov f afi- a1 l 1L 1 ote 110 4tIIIc IJ kift L r 1 4of J f o f 1 IA NOVEL TIME TABLE A Great Convenience In tho Up to Date Kitchen- A clever llhle Christmas gift that any busy housekeeper will appreciate has been discovered It Is a kitchen time table consist lujy of a largo piece of cardboard di vided lute two columns onwhlch are vjAtteu the names of various kinds of foods and the time required for cook lug or baking them Suppose Tar Instance that the llrst Item Is spoufro cake thirty minutes Then the cook will know that till loaf must be loft In the oven exacll halt an hour t r Not once will she have to disturb Jt and not once will time haycfooo spent lu looking nt it to see If it is done And BO too with other things TUP required time can be learned from er pcflence anti then noted down for fu turo reference Thus gradually the kitchen time table will increase In length as more Items are added to the list It provua to be n vnluublead guard ing against burned food and saving itotb time and labor lit tact It Is such n convenient und useful little device that It should be found In ecry kitchen large or small Tho real value of this little device to tho housewife Is due to the tact that It contains her actual experience Her cookbook may tell her the time that Is required generally for any spe cidc article A friend or neighbor may her what time is required for bak big In her specific home with her stove But In neither of these Instances are all the conditions the same A NOVEL BLOUSE Something New Ih the Tailored Shirt Waist Anything in the way of novelty Is always welcome where shirts are con ccrpcd for it is by no means easy to encompass n change without sacrlflc lug some of the distinct quuliQcatloiis of the garment In the sketch por trayed here however it welcome devi ation from the beaten track is found nnd certainly without any loss to the workmanlike simplicity of tho shirt ns n glance At tho picture plainly shows A striped flannel Is the material chosen for its fabrication As you seethe shirt Is distinguished by a little yoke with rounded edges which is laid on tho front and stitched down In a I py STKirZD FLANXEL thfmOllt workmanlike fashion The fronts aro gathered into the bottom of thIs yoke en method which gives full ness to a slight figure nptf arc laid In big flat plaits from the shoulders downward These plaits moot corro spending ones at the back but here the yoke h conspicuous by its absence so that the usual Dana Gibson model obtains The box plait down tho front Is fashioned separately and in it but tonholes are worked in the usual way to secure the fastening Sauces For Meat With roast beet grated horseradish With roast veal tomato or horserad ish sauce Roast mutton currant jelly Roast pork apple sauce Roast lamb mint sauce Roast turkor chestnut dressing cranberry Jelly Rout venison JjfackVcurrant jelly or grapo Jelly Roast goose tart applesauce Roast quail currant jelly celery sauce Roast canvasback duck apple bread black currant Jelly Roast chicken bread sauce fried chicken cream gravy corn fritters Roast Juck orange salad Cold boUcd tongue sauce tartarc or olives BtaKed with peppers YM Miuage tomato sauce grated Paraaemn cheese PPrk wasage tart apple sauce or fried apples Frtacled beet horseradish Port croquettes tomato sauce Comet beef mustard Lobster cutlet sauce tartarc- Swecthrtad cutlet sauce bechamel ilteedblrds rfejl hominy white eel try Cold boiled fish sauce piquant Drolled steal molter dUotel butter tr mushroom Tripe fried bacon nnil apple rings BroIled fresh mackerel steWed goose berries Fresh salmon cream sauce and green peas The so called Continental shelf of the north Atlantic meaning the shal low waters along tile coast has nu avcrago width of 100 miles and a depth ou its outer edge of some COO foot I from which llnttbo sea bottom thrives steeply to tho depths of thQ f ocean New York American There could not possibly be o whiter city than Cadiz unless it were a city that was built of snow As you uear tho coatt you sea in frost of you a jvLlte waR which appears to bf flsijtlnn upon the vrntar The flrst tjijuf of n f iofpiir la that hit 11 Ii 1 t1 j rlI t r cit1t f ww A 1 Happy IHorne TqJbaTci happy home you shouii havye cbflcfrenIThey accat h pt1kcrs If a weak woman you can be made strong enough to Lear healthy chit drcri with Uttf am or dls comfort toyou tmy taking OFcAtoui A Tonic Women 1It will easeM pln reduce Inflammation cure loucorihca wIses faKnfi Vomb ovatfcn trouble disordered jtatnses bade ache headache em nuka chllJblrth nttural anaeasy Try It At all dears I medicines In 1100 bottles DUE TO L RDUI Is lilY baby girl now two weeks 1iwrItes MrsJ Priest of Webster City IowaUEII is a fine healthy babe and we are both doing nJcelyJ am still taking CarJul tnd would not be without It in the house Golf on the Drain First olerI drove a bull over here Phi you see where Itpltchwl Second Oolfyr No but I can put my band ou tho spot IlckMeUji Some people growled Orouchey wake me rickrI should think nearly everybody would make you sick replied rep prey Vhy BoV Well turn about Is fair play you know Catholic Standard nnd Times ItciimrkabloHCcHctin That Irutfi fs straiigffr than fijtinn lisa i nce more beau rnomtralcd In the little town of Fedora Tenn tInI residence uf 0 VII11er lie xvrlten 1ss In bed entirelr UIsablid with IIiemorrlsgetjiLijjgsanI throat Doctor fsiledjS hiinedTTii1si- isl fled when I b3sui tnkliu Dr King New DUcoverr Then Ins ant relief cum Thft coinlilng soon cea td the blooding dimlnUhed rapidly nnd In three VPnkV I wnil able to go lo work GuaVanteed cure for coughs and Sold Qtnnd flCO at Jackson Drug Co nickH TnltJ nbout Friday being an unlucky Unyl GcortV Washington was born ou Friday tie Declaration of In dependence was signet oii Friday and the battle of Hunker lllll was fought ou Friday Wicks Well all that was unlucky for the British wasnt lti Somerville Journal Are you having trouble with your Idneys There ae lotn of people to tliijr who wonder why tln y have palni naroM the lJltukIIY they are tired arid licking in energy and ambition Yur kidneys are wrong They need relief without delay Take DuVltti Kidney A Bladder PUN s they are fur weak back inflamniaIon of the bId der bjcksolie nnd weak kidneys 8 ld bj Jackson nrlll On Polly What makes that little Mrs Jlnksby look so sad Dolly Why illdut you hear She lost her husband Polly How carertssj Tlio MgIa No Jr utnbnr three it n wonderful inaaaot for Geo II Pur is of Cedar Grove Jle ace riling tl a letter which rendhi I After suffering muoh with lifer and trouble ard becoming greiitJy Il f illure to find re epur8gddbjl flItters anil as n re man to day The JlMtb tiJe rellevnd and thrta bottles coiiTjileteJ thu o rlOIlrlllltellI bejt oq aittii for BllnchlIver and kidney troubles bJnc ion Drug OUt 60o H 1nBmilnli tijofaraqiw violinist died ot Mco 5fny 111 wIll Il It Is said n last lops ijole on hili fdvorlto G Hiring V p TlnH8aiKlsofiiHn und women In all walks of IIfeai suOTerlng from kldtiej and I Inddur t iiblea Dont neglect jrnurbldiidriD0TnVi are dangerous 1JvWIiild Iyand Bladder Pills af lord quifife rt f lur all forms of Lid nej and bladffer trouble A weeks treatment ioe Sold by Jackson Drug Co ics sir he wuz afraid otbo banks bHstlnt him nn eo lift burled UU mOl1ei ITarke got it yeti SejZ lie forgot to blnza the tree vhar It vnsnn tho owner put up u sljfS o Trespaasa on Th 5so Grounds Atlanta Constitution I here something about Kennedys Laxative Oofcgh Syifiip thud makes It difJfietit from otliara as It causes a fieejet uentle action or the bcweliI sloe igli which the cold U forced out of lIlt j tinv At the came time it lie al lrntip n and allajs luflinimstlon J cif ihn tlaro t itiKrlungi Xc li plearant tuiiik Cl lidren like It C aldus Ir i5 Trtiarvuth gold by s I 14 4 t = FLORIDA AND NEW ORLEANS VIA UyttNauKtbutNlnuUlt I Tourist I Foe bbnoim a3 kit of bout UrtM Il- tI 1iJidHis Wonderful Curio The nuttier of Idyls of Spain spcnkfj of n notary whom he met whose naive simplicity surely could not be exceeded lIe ItRklll for our autographs II and I Iminlrfcd whether he was a col lector of such trIflesIYes sir among others I Imvo n most precious collection of anonymous ones IWaniluB with dcllsht he produced n rare manuscript of the time of Fcr dlnantl nud Isabella crutiir toly written and wjili1 the Initial letters beautifully painted t Seuores lie cried with enthusi lIemtr1ImThen I have just purchased by letter the manuscript of time Illnd written by Homer himself his own handwrit lug The pity of It Is that the work Is net written In Greek At this Miguel cnme to the rescue for Luis and I wcro almost hysterical with umusctiieut II say Inquired Miguel what doe turnout would your worship like most to have In your possession It Why answered the notary the telegram from Columbus announcing the discovery of tho new world It I A Fortunate T xun Mr E W Goodloe tlf 107 SI Louts dt Dallat Tex IIIt tha vast- jeitr I bfcamti acquainted with Dr Kings Jfaw Lift lUhand no laxntive I ever Icfore trltd so edectuajly tile poiei of itulnrlii and IliBj dont grind nor lJiJluUIltI Jacksun Drug Co Kobody knows the size ot the lee cap covering and surrounding the soutb Pole for nobody has ever been nble to explore It Hut the antarctic circle H much colder than the arctic anti It la computed that tile accumulations of Ice are vastly greater at the southern than nt tim northern mIlt at the vitrth Jack atd Jill wore both quite ill Now each ft well andtjier For blues and headache have to go When they take an Early Ilsur ItoWilti Little Uitrlj Itlir illli are Sold by JncVrvii Drug On British Sharks British sharks nro very substantial facts The largest of them is on Innoc uous giant that husks In the sunshine and perhaps feeds on nothing larger than a shrimp Hut the blue shark and porbeagle both of which grow to a length of several yards and a weight Of hundreds of pounds Pro vcoug pests amid most umvulcomo on the flib toil grounds Ito Fired the Stick Oil lIe fired the walklcg stick Ive curried over 40 years on account ofa sore thai resisted every Und of treat meat until I tried Buuklens A rule ole lust li i heeled the sure and made ma a happy ama write John iarrettof N irth MPh N 0 Quart nteud for t11ltH Hum etc bY Jack aln DrugOn no No Geoffrey protested tho bcatitl ful glr you mustnt do that I have never allowed n young man to put his tinn round lay wnlst That beIng the ease Gwendolen ho answered sadly but with firmness you will hard to take your head off my shoul laVitt Oarbohzed Witch11rzl dunt forgOt this name and no sub stitute Get DeUjtt ItJegootl fur piles Sold bf Jaoksrm Drug Co Footc r1tgntyu nay bOB of n very tyinpnUietic1 nntiirot MJ81 juo flrettoery Crcduring 11111 scone In tim suppose JYes Wilt Inst night twrtof tho nctors were struck with eggs and she oven crlftd tfieutYonkers Statesman d Whin ever y u feel Unit your slum ach has gune a little wrong or when ynulfoel that U isnol fn goid order ai evidenced by muaii hudIthes nerr DUsnens bad breath and belching take loniethlnjj at times slid esteclnl ly niter yourm ala until relief U af nothlnRbeUeJoUorellI dyspepsia indlsettlnn eta than KO OOL This Is a scientific proparatlou onslttrai dlgostnnts combined with vegetable acids and it contains the same juices found in every healthy stomach KODOL is guarMiteed to Rive relief It It pleasant 4i take it will make you feel fine 1j digesting what you eat Sold by Jackson Drug Co Tho dangerous rocks of the Lizard on tho coast of Cornwall one of the oldest landmarks of the marine world are the scene of many terrible dtsas ters It was on these rocks that the famous armada was wrecked when tho Spaniards tried to Invade Eng land London Answers TNE NEW IDEA ENNEDY3Ns CK II Winter Tidbts WITHOUT gonGood Returning May tI9QSc I dcrChtugorrillune Ie8troll141lllllItaly In tho year lOis To make vlol llns was his solo anti only business IIIIjoy his religion Ho tiled lu 1727 lug behind ldui three cons wilt tried to carry on their fathers buslueifs hut failed to bring their york up to tho masters standard o LIEIRAiLWAY WINTER TIME TA11IE 1 EFFECTIVE NOV 18 100G Nol No3 WEST BOUND Daily Daily Ex Sun AM p n Lv Jackson C 10 2 20 O K Junction 015 2 25- Elkatawa 0 20 2 30 Atliol 0 40 2 52 Tnllcga C 49 3 00 St Helens 0 50 3 11V Ucatty villc Junct 7 07 3 20 Torrent 7 30 3at 7jDun141Stanton LEJtrnet 900 507 Winchester U 12 fi 20 Ar Lexington 9 55 6 o2 05J EAST BOUND DI1i1JEx I PM XM Lv Lexington 2 25 7 35 13LClay City 4 00 9 02 Stanton 4 10 9 10 Filson 4 26 9 22 Dundee 4 37 D 84- Campion Junct 4 40 9 83 Torrent 4 57 9 CG 17StTalleira 5 37 10 35 104Z1Elkatawa 15ArJacksonCONNECTIONS- L E JUNOTIONTrainsNos 1 and 3 will make counccUoas withCO Uor lIt Sterling CAMPTON JUNCTION AU trains connect with Mountain Con trnl Railway for Pino Ridge arid Camoton BEATTYVILLE J UNCTION Trains Nos 2 and 4 connect with sndfrom0 JUNCTIONTralnaNo 3 and 4 with 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