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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, January 31, 1908. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1908 bre1908013101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Breathitt County news: n. Friday, January 31, 1908. Breathitt County news. J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1908 $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. tJ11 I Best Advertising Medium I r NEWS 1 The Largest Circulation I IM ORSATHirr AND ADJOINING COUNTIEI r i a 3 t 4 OF ANY PAPER IN THIS SECTION lj4t 0 1 rf7 JnJ WISE llAutNB Edt iW aud Publiilior r 1L1va1 + trRxY tt jEMfIP fir ONE DOLLAR PER YKAB IM ADVANCE J iJt I I j r + 1 1 VolumeV 4 t J r r cO i Numbs 14 iIL WE HAVE ABIG STg K OF+ i HE4VY W1NTEg1OODr t 1 WH1CHE ARE GOING hlfl CLOSE OUT AT COS Consisting of the following ir 1ENS SUITS1000 Suits for 875 800 Suits for Sfl75 Z000 Suits for f175 300 Suits for 225 s a- J 1 SOYSSUITEI 800 Suits for 075Katits for 125 306 Suits for 225 2GO Shoes for 210 MENS RAINCOATS fc 12jOO goats for 900 I 900 Co 13 for700 MENS OVERCOATS SO00 Overcoats for 126 800 Overcoats for 0l5i 100 Overcoats for 300 4t f LADIES CLOAKS lO00 t51oaks for + 700 800 Cloaks for 575 I 000 Cloaks for i2o + IO UJ nklrJOO 1 a + LADIES SKIRTS Et 200 Skirts foriO100SkhU for J00 V 150 Skirtsfor 110 ftl w tt MENS SHOES 3BO Show for SS75 100 Shoes for 350 ALL 1 1 IS OF SHOES AT COST A Big Line of bites and Boys Underwear and Pants at cost We also have a big line of Trunks Val ces Matting and Carpets at low prices j It EVERYTHING AT COST IsaacsLuster t1 If J 1l3 t H itH i iil1tH H i H 1oH H 1fi i H DY Pres rt1JIll1L lim Jr r Iriw t 9HSt iniilltlllllltl j- t y 4 G 0 Uki G R 8 BANKING METHODS wi Q i- r ill Ii ARE SATISFACTORY i t fSfVou are are not already in this num 5bcr wit Y slot open an account noJ m Call in and tal the subject over with i t gus A call will entail no obligation fi Wont you try and see JIS PAIDUP CAPITA L and SURPLUS 2735000 i i 1 JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK f ii o illJacksona a Q G TH- ESouthern5l t R9y VERY LOW ROUNDTRIP RatesrI r4 rtTo Arkansas C Indian Territory Louisiana exasaruesTicketsdays of each month Ry Agent or writeSouthernApply to any YENT T PAB S A R COOK D P A KY f h LOUISVILLE j u tcf k f r J r- c t tIt A f 1 tIjfr t + ttitv rfr t t i l t t 1 9t4 l tAVfooc JOe = 4 j r I Hop Dais of ClayjJIo na hero Monday on illh d4 II 0 Calhoun bfSltfg was horn on business wwMiss Delphu Back of Quichsandt wns visiting tho family of t Gc Hack Friday + G Z Dyer of Winchester tvn here Monday looking after business interestsIrn sea S hero Monday looking after tho es Lute of his granddaughter C M Crawford of Alhol + passed through hero Monday o his way to Quicksand tobuy TW S llojrj is nt Lnmbric look iag after the mcrcnntilu interests of Hlnnton Iloyjj Co nt the t place KMrs Jones went to Louisville lust week Jo see her nieco who is sick nt the Orphans Homo John Noble of Mary Wolfs- count has enlisted in the army Ho is stationed at Ciimii gney Cuba Ho ordered The News sent to his address iA Will Probated The last will and testament of Mrs Kliza Bowman wits filed fpr probate in the county court Monday William Smith Jr is tho principal beneficiary Supervisors Adjourn The Hoard of Supervisors nd journed last Saturday The raises jiifO assessments of omitted property amounted to ovjr 100000 confined mostly tothe tax payers of Jackson magisterial district The total assessment is little nbovc that of last year being abont 1930000 Beware of tic Dance CLlmo s KYM Jsul28OS I iTOiiTm NEWS List Saturday night a croxuLof 1fmt sad tivu tCn of this sera ty ftdw1 rieirne ercd at the house recently vacated by Harry lemons nnd hold dance The banjo tho pistol and whiskey were also in attendance Dear reader do you know what dancing cost ono of the greatest prophets that ever lived 1 Read St Matthew Mth chapter Gth to 10th verse The poet says that hineous sin called evil mirth God threatens with his dreadful wrath Father and mother who attend drunken dances are you training your childrcnJnlho way the Lord would have them go3 It the groans of tho dumb beast bo heard against the sinner in tho great judgment day how much greater will bo the cries of your dear little children BKIIB CLEMONS Printed By Request Mix the following by shaking well in u bottle and take in tea spoonful doses after meals and at bedtimeFluid Extract Dandelion ono half ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla three ounces A local druggist is tho authority that these simple harmless ingredients can bo obtained at nominal cost from our home druggists The mixture is said to cleanse and strengthen the clogged and inactive Kidneys overcoming Backache Bladder weakness and Urinary trouble of all kinds if taken before tub stage of Brights disease Those who hero tried this say it positively overcomes pain in the buck clears tho urine of sediment and regulates urination especially nt night curing oven the worst forms of bladder weakness Every man or woman horo who feels that tho kidneys are no strong or acting inn healthy man ner should mix this prescription at home nnd give it h trial as it i said to do wonders for many per sons The Scranton Pa Times tea first to print this remarkable pro criptions in October of 190G since when nil the leading newspapers 1 of NowyorlcBostonPhil adelphia Pittsburg and othercitics havemade many announcement o fit to their readers tfW t 10 I 7r t r 1 w t t17 I ttIi 0 Joorry k tki has tJJ 1 + afl r r L1I 1 ctvs7- wgdt4 Or t101f s 1 gently rt I irf o t Jfilt t6e oc r wcary I htvouidhidt oarrsI1ftgljidala i slow J sileptlcr1 lI 11sfJ JI carr dfr I tl sio Itisll tht3 S cahl- Frolii i tlstcartbtolf istaT Unto iit ouLof fiiidk1 t Float lI7nm plot dorsal As the s ltitidgs t II 1If parclm oe the lov6M an ff s Mingle wititJJ chpimpf earth + Thy own wares can 6 a lGtt music From tho rcalfn of love kind mEttli From the land qf sy4qI1elisM Where all faith is Ipstf Mklit 4 Life and light in ilnjfedfuhnes s Font upon thy silvery Vvc 1All thy banks arc linelT i Itlibcaut riving green thy watt have 11 Loves sweet son is cri lcd lie e airJacksonE3TILL COUN tIrvin J P Harris went to Frankfort this week on busines j s JII6 We would ho glnd ti i o the dog tax law erases frptaoticstntue books and printed in Hjigj letters Our church committee has let the contract to uila white Oal clen JlPriceMisses and Martha Snowdcn vcro pleas untly cnlcrlnined by Mrs K M Gnrrett last NVpdhcsdii K U Powcirbao lrlltls farm to Robert rsters for45011an d 8stJeotsic the PilbtUofn rail Our n P ttn ft 11 onetL t fell fro a n scaffold arid was badly bakind friends nnd isno confine- to his bed f- Our clever school teachtr Garnet Powell had a working and those who assisted him weroJ N Snow den Wesley Witt General Pow ell John Wilson John P Horn Jordon Dunaway Tack Powell Sam Witt Harvey pastors Simon Cock rill nnd others When the noon hour arrived all were invited to A D Powells where a sump tuous dinner thotitcenter of tho ta vwng n c turkey gobbler surrounded by many other good things to eat There was very little left when all were through eating for John Wilson and Jack Powell would walk ton miles any time to devout n turkey gobbler ESTILL CQlJNT- Nolaiid Willie Winkler has the pneu monia fever Huston Walton sold n cow to John Shepherd for 25 L P Walton is on the sick list He has lost his left eye J Walter Richardson spent Thurs day with W 0 Kicnlirdsqn Huston Walton nda i1were guests of Art WinWer Sunday Miss Annie Garrett of f King s Station wns the guest of Jun Wnrford Thursday Mrs Minnie Warford was tho guest of her father anil mother at Panola recently Ilnrlaii Walton has moved to the Anco Winkler farmland Jell Garrett has moved on s Isaacs place tD1+ Sharp at Panola is going isnt oversblnnkctSr comforts Indies ciSaks and wraps dry goods etc cashsAmos Richardson of Panola has purchased PeD Coxs farm forjJSOO sadhissol W K Kich anlspn will mope to it P D Coxhas bought of dyT Grins ateada farm at RicVs Station fo 2000 t rA 11 fttAi i k 1 ti 7 l 5 oi 1 It i 1ty fib 1 i Official BepublicaJ A 4GtmJtor the gg Seventh Ken X cllaleCoprt District iclda 7 Wncbestor Kentucky o- Tanniryj51008 n pursuant to n cajl duI made by Robert II Vitit of said Com n finctthele were present in per oro proxy the following aisle 1 IS of said committee TfTO chairman of the county Itomftiilteeg of the following noun tiesjf Jijsjll Boyd Jlrcathitt Clark Kstill Marian Johnson jKnptt Knox Lawrence Lnurcli lDLclcltMn5 pin Mont flomcry Pike dn ViVbC Upon motion itWIS resolved thnt a Delegate Convention be held and that the same was culled to meet and be held at Winchester Clark county Kentucky on the 17th day of March 1908 at 1 oclock pm for the purpose of cnndiiduteCourt of Appeals from said dis trict to bo voted for at thi regu fur election toibeiheld in Novem her 1908 fttvaa further rcsolv masst meStfrs were ara l re cre1 to bo held pursuant to the pall oftfiV various county chairman at the county sent of each county save Boyd county in said district o the 14th day of Mnrcn 1908 a 130 oclock p m to sweet dele gates to said district convention and atsaid county conventions shallmbe used In the convention of Boyd said convention shall beheld at the same hour and under the same terms manner and condition as in said other counties I hut its county convention shall bo heldjit Ashland Kentucky it and i- teroby s orriliat UJ 4iS of- i nGerat iQdJ1 n h ur f vote for each 50 votes or fractions hund son Governor in each county nt the general election held for such oflicial in tho election inI disItrictnumber of delegate votes in said convention Bell 20 Boyd 26 Breathitt 14 Clark 18j Clay 17 Estill 13 Floyd 12 Harlan 15 Johnson 21 Knott 5 Knox 25 Laurel 22 Lawrence 17 Lee 10 Leslie 12 Letcher OJ Magoflin Hj Martin 7 Menifee 4 Montgomery 12j Morgan ll Ole12 Perry 12 Pike 28 Powell G Whitley 34 Wolfe 7 Upon motion it was further resolved and it is now hereby ordered and resolved that should one and not more than ono duly qualified Republican candidate fo said oflico tile with the chairman of said district committee prior to March 1 1908a statement o his purpose to be a candidate for the Republican nomination for Appellate Judge in said district the district and county conventions hereby ordered shall not be held i but that this district committee shrillupon the call of its clinic man convene and then and there resolve itself into a contention of tlristhiso trict and declare such single can dilate who may so announce himself to be the Republican nominee for Appellato Judge in the Seventh Appellate district It is further resolved that the newspapers in said district are hereby requested to publish this ROBERT IL WINN Chairman BEN W HAM Secretary Sam Noble and Andy Miller of Noble wore here hero Monday in tho interest of the public road up Buckhorh Revs Daniel McIntosh nnd Man fordHicliio preached two able ser mons for the peopje at the Houn qhellschool house on lastSundey xhagwillprcach nt thgfourthrSNniiay1 oyefymogthln4 iJ h J IfItz c lw Irttr 5 1 rftil rtf if t I HAS COME TO STAY Deadlock in Kentucky Senatorial Race Seems to Have Become a Fixture ONE WAY OUT OF CONTEST it Our Correspondent at the Capital Pre cents ai Interesting Review of Af fairs Relating tothe Legislature and It Doings deadlockhave come to stay Bcckham Is still three votes short of his election nnd Bradley Is five votes short with six utitlBccklmm Democrats voting for Demojcr e to a ogre ofijiunidruni affair and the two BtjLbrlng committees are getting the only excitement out of It as they have to hustlo around every morning to see if all the absentees are properly paired with Koino mbinbcr of the opposite political party The six antlDeckham Democrats have It In their power of course tp elect either fieckiani or I l rrullty hut It has n6t been demon strated yet that they can pull over tmtuigh Democrats or enough Itopubll c Ins to elect a third man A ttcpubll member of tlio legislature said last week that If ho were released Nom waling fur the Republican nominee W O tin would lie Willing ivol for WheeierCanlpholl one of the anlMieckham Democrats and thus end asktknow If I wenttohlin and asked him to release mb9 would give me a good cussing and Inm not going to say n ThisIi tlnue to the end of the session but it I will mid any day that Deckhani or Uradlcy withdraws from the race Governor Willson has sent a special message to the legislature on the sub ject of better schools and a more ad ranted system of education lie says there Is a general movement all over the state for better teachers better teaching better schools better school houses longer school terms better I teachers firstclass normal raiMMJtatp train teachers and a corny rnn In e whole school sys fn jltlunito tho AcBt modern rrOQ4ru L suggests that a commission bo provid ed for composed of the governor su perintendent of public Instruction one senator ono representative one lady to be chosen by Use Federation of thentwo normal schools one superintend ent of county schools and ono superin tendent of city schools nil to be selected by the governor except those specifically named The duty of this commission will be to Investigate our school system aud compare it with tho best systems of other states and sub mil to the next general assembly a report embodying recommendation i and suggestions as to needed changes In our school system A bill propos Ing to create said commission has already been Introduced In the senate by Senator fives and It will likely bE passed find become a law If tho sena tonal race docs not block all leglsla tlon Senator U II Drown of Gallatln county has Introduced ono of the niost remarkable bills of the session and while It is not likely to become a lat fightIcrease the price of tobacco by growing Senatorrshall be lawful for any farmer to raise a crop of tobacco this year he shall fromfcharged for said license shall bo50 for each acre of tobacco proposed to be grown The penalty for tfie violation of provisions of the bill Is fixed at a fine of from 500 to 1000 so It Is safe to predict that If the bill becomes the law there will bp no tobacco grown In Kentucky this year t I Tho building of good roads in this state Will bo given a most wholesome Impetus If the bill fathered by Sena tors nosworth and Wyatt can bo pass cd Under the present constitution no county can assume an Indebtedness for road bulidtng purposes greater than 2 per cent of tho assessed value of tho property in the county This amount has been found to be totally Inadequate to secure anything like a decent system of public roads and tlw demand from tho people for better roads has become so Insistent that an amendment to the constitution Is deemed necessary as the only way to meet the demand of the people The liosworthWyatt bill provides that a voto be taken on an amendment tp the constitution which will permit the counties to become Indebted for build ing public roads to the amount of 10 per amt of the taxable value of the property In the county This will give tho people a chance to show whether they are in earnest or not when they clamor for better roads A determined fight will be made In this session of the legislature to glue women the right to vote In school elec lone and to hold the offlco of lohnol + ii vj r f 6 T f ii ot r f trustee or any other school office neprencntatlvo J A Sullivan of Mal Ison county has Introduced a bill in the house the first section of which says That any woman possessing the qualifications requisite to a male voter In common school elections and who In addition may be able to read and write Is hereby declared qualified to vote at any election held for the purpose of choosing any officer of relatingto iI the qualifications required for males la hereby declared to he eligible to hold w tij any offIce now existing or that may hereafter bo created by any act of the general assembly Several delegations of women have rcstt + Womans club members are working t against it It Is predicted thatWie + main stumbling block In the way of 0 the measure becoming a law is tho fact that It gives negro women tho lt same right to voto and hold offlco that It gives to the white women For tho past twenty years or moro attempts have been made to reduce the fees charged by stockyards com panics but for some reason aN bills Introduced In the legislature on that subject have failed tp pass Senator It W Owen of Hancock county has In reduced a bill this session to regulate and reduce these fees and tho prices charged for provender The senator Is a farmer and a stock trader himself and he feels from personal experience that tho prlres charged by three companies Is too large Ills bill provide1 that the prleo charged shill not to moro than CO pet cent higher than tho r market prlceof tho provender and that- thQnctuaLgreight of the food shall lio by guess as 9eema to be the custom of some of the stockyard companies This bill will meet with the hearty approval of the farmers and shock shippers all over the state A bill aimed at the drug stores and hhasname tho drug stores or groceries but It provides that ono having a license to sell liquor shall not engfjge In any other business at the same place ho sells the liquor Among the other scored of bills offered the following aro i the most important l Act to require an annual apportlonlment and accounting of the surplus of f life Insurance companies l1oi Act prohibiting the manufacture and sale of cigarettes In this state and pro j Ir vldlng a severe punishment therefor Act to prohibit the marriage of first and second cousins In this state Act to prevent the crowding or overrloading beyond their seating capacity F rsa4rnriaau r1 for the transportation of passengers and to prevent any increase in rates now In effect or the withdrawal of cer j+ tale tickets In retaliation S Act providing for theteachlng of the elements of agriculture In the public r t i schools of the state 1 Act unending the election law by providing that hereafter tho ballots shall have no party emblems on them f Ac giving the landlord a lIuperlortlien on the tenants crop for advanced to raise the crop the lien to t bo superior td 911 other liens for one year f Tho classic old building where the legislature now meets and has met since 1832 will soon be a thing of the past as far as being of service to thi state ls concerned unless the legisla ture makes some provision for Its fa y turo Everybody admires and loves the old building for Its many historical associations and aro anxious to see It preserved for all time and used by the state for some purpose The most Ire f quent suggestion Is that it be turned over to the Stato Historical society and let that organization make a state historical museum of It after the now statehouse Is furnished and occupied Nearly all tho other older states have a historical musoum and Kentucky should have one by all means No more suitable building could be found for such a purpose and the state will have no further use for it after next year In this way the state would se t cure a most valuable and interesting feature without having to spend any thing to get it A great many amusing things aw told as jokes on tho legislative memo bers from some of the back counties some of them being true and some of them probably not true Tho other onlofS 4 legiwlatorsauce before so when he had about i finished his dumpling the housekeeper asked him If ho would net have somg thing else Ho replied Yes I would jlike to have some moro of that what I you wallop your dumpling iny f t Jaw f The new statehouse is nearing com fple lon and from the outside promises I to Ue a most magnificent building The contractors have notified the commissioners that they will complete their work by May 1C and then the furnish i ing with desks carpets and other necessary articles can begin if the present legislature makes an appropriation for that purpose The building presents a irsplendid view from all parts of Frank fort and will It Is expected bo a x source of prIde to every Kentuckian as i he sees it in passing through the city on the train It Is the only real Grit dais Gtatehouso that Kentucky hat ever bad and the only mistake wu made in AOt bvldni tawtyflYB mrfgo Jtt wJ 3 0 1 Woo to 1 1fh C 17 I t 1 t Ih Ii The Breathitt News 1 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE I f J WISE HAGINS EDIToR A H PATTON lATTORNEY AT LAW i IOFFlOEIN CRAWFORD BLDO JACKSON KY 1 L7 L f FRIDAY JANUARY 3l J Crockettsville A J Baker ot d IEsqwas visiting Wra Amis while en route to Justice of Longs Creek for the j purpose of surveyingdohp B Lewis in company with A J Baker visited R R Burton and family Sunday and enjoyed goo dinner and had quite a pleasant i religious tnJkuncle John B lLewis entertained quite a num bar of friends Saturday night Mjs Lewis had a very fiit turkey prepared for the occasion Among those who partook of the festivi ties wore Esq A J Baker of Cow Creek Owsley county Mrs Goodson Ingram Logan Deaton and little Josh Aikman The correspondent at Noland who sent the Bible riddle to The News and desired some one to answer will please remember that whales wore created on the fifth day creation and man on the sixth day of the creation Whales were one day older than Adam and one of the whales that was destitute of soul was directed to be presen when Jonah was cast out into sea and received soul for a silo time but God took the soul from the whale and sent him to Nineva The oil of the whale is used fo thq purposes of light Bettie Smith of Sturgeon Ows y county has been afflicted avit 1 partial paralysis She has wen eightyfour days and nights with out an action on her bowels She eats some nearly every day She f is almost destitute of flesh WOLFS COUNTY l LamptonS S Combs of Madison coun 1t3 + is in town this week Tudce 4y J W Congleton and daughter Miss Beulah of LcxJBgtpnRre rts1tingiin Campton i D Hieronymoua of St Helens is lrl here on business fora few days t A Mr Burke of Powell county was stopping w hour fellow townsman S B Smith one night c last week Prof E E White side Principal of the Academy+ was summoned by telegram to the bedside of his father who was quite ill in Missouri last week Later the news came that he died a short time after his arrival there C S Sample of Lacoycree was in town Monday John Spencer of Zuchariah was town on legal business Monday Wm Bryant was sentenced to a term of one year in the Frankfort penitentiary by Special Judge Stone He was convicted of breaking into the store of Dug Hobbs on Devils creek nbo ut six years agoThe criminal docket was passed Monday aft a number of trials of mtsdemean- cases Only one felony case was tried The common law docket now being consideredand so important cases tried Marriage license were issued to the follow ing parties during the past week William Brower and Vessio Car penter and E D Carroll and Devy ProtlittThe taxable property of Wolfe county for the a present year as shown by the ii 1f tax book it 159317700 The Ji following real estate transfers I have been recorded in the Wolfe County Court Clerks office since our last letter Esther Arnett to South Arnett consideration 6504+ land located on Red River Napier to B F Boling conside tion 750 land located on Swi creek G B Brewer to Marti 1 1 Hatton consideration 30 ha located on Stillwater J C Cou to J A Neff consideration l0 0ofland located on Black water Wm Cox to James Cox 50 land located on Red mefiI Sarah B Arnett to A C Hurst I consideration 2250 land localsI on Red River L H Whittakcr will pay ca for hides furs wool and feather vCallon him at the A II Short building corner Broadway aud College aVODUO yt- r 1 10 j T II 1 v 4 fa 44tWIf t L i 1 0 Jetts Creek I f M J C Terry has finished gather ing his corn Jeff Barretts family is down with the measles Shelby Johnson has returned this log job in Poletown George Macintoshs family is down with the measles Wo would love to see a tie buyer come through this country Louise Wise made a business trip to Atliol the first of the week Estill Morgan will finish setting his saw mill on the North Foil weekw Green Barretts wife and little SlirJof Lo Rose died of the measles on the 24th inst o Willie Miller of Nebraska is visiting his cousin W K Terry 1led are proudto have him with us again WKV Terry and Anderson Spi cer mnde a business trip to Jack son this week AsberrySpicerarJdJatnes JohnSson made business trip to Shorts Monday The gasoline boat thatsunk near Hence Shorts is now afloat and will start back to Buckliorn People in this section anxiously await the coming of the old tell L ble Breathitt County News It has many friends here of11o have a note telephone line from Canoe Fork to Athol A H Short and James Johnson have taken boxes familty went to some thatrtmit a m there this summer Callat I John Banks is very sick visitt W P Maloney and wife visited Tom Proctor last Sunday- G W Maloney is having his land cleared up for farming Win Maloney is talking of moving his store to Vancleve- W M Day is hauling staves rancleve for the SwannDay Lumber Co IBi1lMaloney while rtflnjr OR liS store house fell WIto d ing and was badly hurt Millard Maloney fell off walk log in the creekand ca very near getting drowned W 11 Maloney has moved the bras Pun to Glory where aims to make his future home FHOM AXOTIIKR CORRESPONDENT Wm Buckner is suffering ho the effects ofn sprained ankle Archie Smith of Frozen spent PelfrysEinbits Angle Pelfry is visiting her mother Mrs J A Back at Jackson Miss Nora Lovelace is vsti her sister Mrs Thomas Haddix at Hazel Green W H Pelfry has been confined to his room for a few days with slight Attack of pneumonia daughteror of a relatives and friends in Jacks bmeW II Pelfry returned to her homo in Jackson Saturday Clarence and Ora Lawson e dents at tho Lees Collegiate In stitute at Jackson visited their parents near here Saturday and Sunday t Misses Ella Pelfrey Daisie Buckner and Louise King and Roland Pelfry were most delightfully entertained at the homo of Miss Carrie Day Saturday night and Sunday NedrPhoobyis No 21st officiatingc Granville Fugute on the 2 gonfork is in tine progress Jero Smith has returned from a tay at London Rachel Neace wife of James Neace has been se shriously ill but is improving tiers G B Combs has about covered from her serious troubleI The little son of G B Combs t lion the clckliti i tJ iIfIBI li- tT t1 aKz = Lws r CanoeIChester a calf for ti1i t t a W B Gambill visited James Vires Sunday c Logan Little ihns one thousand dollars to lean Preacher Evans went to Elkn tawa Saturday v Steve Little visited laUn Mays Saturday night Roger Little foun fcaojd watch and chain Sunday The college on Canoes fork i nearing completiont Sam Little made a business tri 1 I to Jackson Saturday Bige McKnight bought a horse from Elihuo Reynolds James Vires has purchased a new supply of jowerly John Johnson and family have gape to Porttnouth Ohio 1 Alfred and Johiuo lotion are attend ing school at Canoe Jack Todd has been up to se am Fugate about killing hors Millard Reynolds has sold his earn and gone to Hamilton Ohio James Vires has returned from Cincinnati where he has been for week Ed Little has a good horse for sale about 4 years old for 165 in cash Logan Little has bought n farm from Clifton Scbastain for 725 which ho will roars to in a few dUi rrrClemons Parish demons has enlisted the array Preston Fugato has moved to his now hpuse Mrs Prudia Miller has been quite sick for several days with rheumatism Andy Shepherd and family have returned from Oklahoma and will will make their future home Tester George Fugate and Miss Cor zana Miller of Lambric we united in the bonds of holy mot oAictoi a av A social was given nt the mouth of Arkansn + tiranYh last5nturda1 riTgliC Our friend Johnnie I Clemons was in attendance a afterwards fell over a cliffabout canardmer up eat but fortunately no bones were youheng their socials and come to the Lor house and ask the Lord to coun pathmof one rive an account of his or her u at the bar of justice For what soever wo sow we shall also reap Let us sow good seeds while it is day for when night comes no man can work ngLEATIIEIt BRITCHES Frozen CreekI lThera will be preaching at D creek the thirp Sunday in Febru ary Sam Banks bought a horse 92gGO anonhisIare in AboutII neighborhotuout of the community The people should patronize our home merchants and keep their money at home 1 LEE COUNTY Fincastle k Where oh whereis Hooker l Mrs T S Shackelford has been quite sick for the past week Miss Alice Smith accompanied by Jacob Kincaid were visiting Logan Shackelford and family Buffalo Saturday and Sunday at3dTees1n officiating O Shaekefordrreturnud Ky last Thursday after Spending Hcatrcty friends Say Mr Few Clothes of Eversole dollars Jo dtxlibutlJYou j fj I ifOit- oJr fi t 0 r Jh 1 ioo 17If 7t OJ 3r la lc nroj pnchino Democrat Tax ft dog ptz u cat and you would jump up anal holler hurrah Thats hik- etltcrhe Beckham kind Lwlteitt J B themeasles have lakftnla new start in this tcction TnefcnJajority of Walter LittjeV I fatuity are down with them ntld- ohe else in J D Shoemakers fami1Iit- about 11 mtcjJLohave them i I SfTMethDiist jlAStywcekul it seems FY interestwAS taker in scrYir1 iby the eagle 1he T J H Uieron mOlt assislVd by Sister Burke labored hard and preached excellent sermons but failed to get the church members warmed up to I sense of their dity On aTAint of the measles wostipVDso tho attendance nt the church woos as small as what it was I TUB RAXOEH v 1 SHERIFFS TAX SALE inIo o countyforvs Angus Kirkland Heirs and Executors which issued from tilt Clerks oflfco of the Breathilt- l County Court also for taxes due foCountythereon or the years 1901 JndJIo Court rendered on the 25th day of February 1907 in furor of tho ItoyTrusthnt anMarlond propertyjherein described for tax ea now in rny hands for collection I or one m deputies willon inMonday Feb 24 1908 between the hours of 12 oclock 111I IHouseson Brenthitt County Kentucky+ higlieslbidderso much thereof M may bo Heresary to satisfy the amount of the pluntiirn dcbt interest and costs towitlalllkV 1IUI1UICU 1I1IU 1UUIUJUII ToplartrcesHenry Shepherd on Quicksand KyrtbrHndedMF The land lIenrShlPhescr Itazatlois made to rolUItOc 13dcets trees and poplar tre sTbranded MF standing on a land on said Quick sand creeilas described in a deed of date 17 h day of January 1899 from Samuel II Patrick and wife i1dAC o BrrothittI toreference is hereby made for do propertynys and 8G poplar trots standing on a tract of land conveyed by G W Floenor and wife to bowel Mclntosh Nov recordinCountClerkis made for description of an property and paid trees mark and branded m popIIon a tract of land and tho same timber deeded by George Cle 14thDecemberP adhispaces 18 59 and CO Breathitt County Clerks office All of the aforesaid timber trees Dfslzanodsaid Company to Angus Kirkland theUlerkspropertyAngusand tho title to tho same in the Royal Trust Company executor and Edith Kirkland Travere Kirk1 defendan Terms Sale will be made forof cash in hand Amount to be made by this sale 858 25 advertising 1750 tot nl 88575 29tlidayonBRnCK CllAWjfORD S B C SHERIFFS TAX SAL warrantnYKentucky and Breathitt clWiv for vS Lightre j Clerlts6fficeofthoBraatbitt Un-t now in ray hinds for m3depllties Mondays Feb 24 1908 between the hours of 12 w1cPk j t Y t k4 1 01 il 1- fit 9L T tI = ioburnJackson JJreathitt county Ky highislbJd cpr fSo much thereof hs may be necessary to satisfy the amount of jfio plMntiffs debt interest and iQSts and Sheriffs commissions towjt nndbeilowerSilqthe soma lot convoyed by deed of Wiley II Combs to said com puny on July 20 1903 as shown I in Deed Book No 19 pages 373 and 374 Breathitt County Clerks oflice also the boners I IIonof Jackson connected with or beI antlightI ElectricLightin said tax warrant Terms Sale will be made for cash in hand- Amount to bo made by this sale 5906 advertising 750 total 6650 Witness my hand this the 29th 1008n+t toltn S B C SHERIFFS TAX SAL By virtue of a tax warrant i lover of the Commonwealth of Kentucky and Breathitt County r taxes due for tho year 1907 II S King Trustee which is tlgto in my hands for collection Ior one of my deputies will on Monday Feb 24 1908 + between the hours of 12 oclock t1wCourtJackson Breathitt county Ky expose to public sale to the high est bidder tho following proper ty or so much thereof as may be amounthe of t d costs and Sheriffs commissions towit bainsrinthe North Fork of the Kentucky river known as the Hiram Gross IlArticulArboundar once is made to a deed from Hiram Gross and wife to Otto Germ or Drcember23 pages 3CO 301 302 lirnnt6 itt trdy Grythe er Trusta forIAmount to be made by this sale tolAII hdaBKECK CKAWFOUD S B C roo SHERIFFS TAX SALE infnorcountforissuerfromBreathitt County Court now in my hands for collection Ior one of my deputies will on 1908eoclockdCourt house door in the town of Jackson Breathitt county Ky expose to public solo to the high est bidder the following property mayhbe the plaintiffs debt interests costs and Sheriffs commissio ns towit beinginFrozen Creek beginning at the + mouth of Rock tick branch on bysaid creek on two sycamore on noth side of said cro samelandS Cope and wife to Caroline Trill er the 14th day of April 1890 Andrecorded in Deed Book No7+ CountClerlsreference for boundary is hereby made levied upon as the propo r ty Caroline Terrill a defendant in tax warrant Terms Solo will bo made for cash in hand- Amount to bo made by this sale 1029 advertising 750 total 1779 2day CEBASIIoLl ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and Councelors at Law CA31PTONtKY This firm will practice in all the rounu ration Law and Real Estate Liti cation V Offices Second Floor Farmers Traders Bank r 1r t 4 b fJII j 7 rr 1 1 Iti I c Of f II t = DAT BROTHERS COII Have the right stocks andf the right I j prices = r- a r J r We Handle the Best Ic We have endeavored to build for theEj nbest merchandise that can be brought i to Jackson Our stocks are larger tool consist of the newest goods latest styles and right prices on every article in our j 1 t large establishment i We handle everything in bens silksngt j dress goods linens and white goods hosiery and underwear glove shirts x shoesoNow Ladies if you have not inspected our i Ladies Cloaks ancfr Tailor Made Suit j it is not too late come now The bargains are most extraordinary 1Ourthisthesection IfOU are just married justockwant two or three pieces we can supply you to your satisfaction and 11hhtand Remember that we buy in im j ableeto sell at that 7J prices you can not 10 1 equal in this section 1 j = I tIt DAY BROS CO 11WHOLESALE AND RETAIL I JACKSON KENTUCKY 4 The Breathlit News- J WISE HAG INS EDITOR CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS si A YEA Publlnlicd Every llclnyI O II Pollard and John E Pat a rick went to Frankfort Tuesday on business lIon iiu Garrett of Win l chester was here Tuesday lookin after his lumber interests Send your friend a valentine through the Ladies Aid pOHtoflice at the court house February 14th r Mrs A K Day returned last week to hor home at Canny after a six weeks treatment at the Good Ar Samaritan Hospital Lexington A B Ilatton of Robbins re j kt turned Sunday from Lexington where ho wont to see his wife who m isAinder treatment at tho Good Sitmuritan hospital there w+Henry S Barnett foreman of The News was in Lexington sev eral days last week attending cir cuit court as a witness for the Commonwealth VH Crawford Gregory Dan CundifT who has been in Central America for some time returned Wednesday and is rfow visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Stephen CunditT at Oukdnlo Ho will remain some timo for his health MrsW H Setzer and her baby have been very sick for tho ten days the former with tho gripI nnd tho latter with pneumonia buttH u u now a serious condition I havo opened a now meat shop in tho Combs building on Broad way near Main and will handle a general lino of fresh meats vege tables fruit eggs butter etc andwill sell at tho lowest lricesI 4Goods delivered to any part ofI the town II COLLINS S W L Hnmmons of Cane who has been at tho Good Samaritan Hospital Lexington since Nbvcm her 7th suffering from n wounded leg caused by the accidental dis charge ofa revolver returned to hi home Wednesday Ho is not well but has sumcientl recovered onir cc Cream Supper The Bnptst Ladies Aid Society f will servo ice cream cake and jI homo made candIt tho court house February IHhIc This Is the Way It Goes JACKSOS Kv Jan 2908 M EDITOR TUB NKWS J Tho farmer works hard all sum mer and makes his crop of corn not realizing the results that may come from it and ho labors hard to make it and ho gets it made This is tho way it goes Ho sells it and gets fiOc a bushel for it and tho distiller gets four gallons of liquor which brings him eight doli 1lars at wholesale the Government a tax tho retailer gets sixteen 0 dollars tho cousumer gets drunk the wife gets n beating tho children get hungry and raggeda man gets killed tho oflicers and lawyers Jet a foe the penitentiary gets a convict and at last the devil gets a soul and still the people goon voting for tho legalization of the liquor traflic I I believe if we had a few more suchmen as Billoy Mays for gov ernment marshals that wo would not havo as many blind tigers as y J we now do If wo had tho open + saloon voted clear out tho devil t would not get near so many souls lie does not promise tho sinner My hlng but The Wages of I Sin is Death Ho only promises Ithm that he will drag them down t and ruin their health and when Jl t they die he will punish them and burn them forever and yet there riliK are many and many going ahead IandSn1O I will with you that way There are some people who say Oh it is a great deal better to have the open saloon than the blind tigers Lot us explain i- to t you which is the best For a hungry lion to be fastened securely in his cage or to bo turned loose among our people Is it better to have a rattlesnake bound or is it better to havo it loose among 4our children 1 The answer is ap parent Those who either wish to sell whiskey or havo plenty of it to drink are the only persons f J who fail to see the answer to the il2 v love HAYDEN SIJSBMOUE 34i F 1L 5k tr tC IJ II i L Valentine PostofficeT- ho Ladies Aid Society of the valenR postullico at the court February 14th Cull and get your mail Aid Society Meeting The regular monthly meeting o the Ladies Aid Society of heldfa r next Wednesday afternoon Fob ruary fall nt 230 oclock All the members are urged to be present College Notes Fvery morning crowds of brightfaced young people arc seen wending their way toward the college on the hill Both teachers and students aro proudof tho school and some excellent work is being done this year II 41 Over thirty arc In attendance in the Normal department Among those enrolled this week arc B J and John Stacy of Decoy Elijah Holliday of Hazard Flor ence Rowland of Jackson and Sewell Williams of Stevenson 41 II Great interest is manifested jn the work of tho rival debating sections The two sections will hold a joint debate in the college chapel Friday night February 7 to which the public is cordially inIriled Tho question for discussion is Resolved That the Great Combinations of Capital Arts anI Evil to Our Country The peak ers for tho affirmative aro Seldon Hack Eliza Campbell Olio Pollard Sowell Williams Those for the negative are Fred Cope Elizabeth Wilson Ernolyn Turner and Hczokiah Combs These young people will have something interesting to say and you are invited to come trod hear them 41 41 41 There will also bo some good music and tho girls of the oloeu tion class will present a little play entitled The Wrong PaclmsoI Petition for Receiver Federal Judge Cochran heard in chambers at Maysvillc the case Walter L Taylor against theI Continental Realty Co which has largo holdings of coal and timberlands in Breathitt Perry and Knott counties Taylor who is a minority stockholder seeks to hare tho assets of the company sold and distributed among the stockholders and to bare arc ceiver appointed to take charge of tho property in tho meantime Judge Cochran reserved his decision Marriage Licenses The following marriage licenses have been issued since our last re portSulton Hnrdin and Maggie AII len both of Smith Branch David Mullins and Martha No ble both of Noblo Rink Notes The polo game at tho rink last night was won by tho Blues score 1 to 0 The game was witnessed by a largo crowdand was interesting fron start to finish The race between Honakcr nndI Green was a feature of the night Honakcr winning Honakcr did some fino stunts on tho skates when ho gave an exIlibitum to the crowd Ho is lino Those who attended the ameI from Beattyville were Dr G S McDonald Chester McDonald Jbhn Honakcr Sam Hurst H S McGuire Fred Howcrton Capt H T Bcatty W II Bcatty and George Sutton There will be a game of roller polo played on tho rink at Beatty villa between tho Jackson polo team and tho Beattyvillo team on next Wednesday night February 5 The party will leave Jackson on the 225 afternoon train Mrs Gordon and Mrs Hamraons will chnperono any of the ladies who wish to attend tho game Several are going from Jackson Low rates on the railroads There will also be a contest Rn prize for the best couple betwee Jackson and BeattyVillo and racee and a supper will bo given to the Jackson people at Beattyvillo that night IFOR SALE House and lot OD Elm street known as the John D Strong house at a bargain Onehalf cash balance in twelve months For further particulars call at Tho News office Stop with Hart Brothers at the Reed Hotel when in Lexington i I 1 r 0r =L If FORASAL TOWN LOTS f AddressfS VSkTaulbee ro r Jacksanr y IJ 7j fFound J ft cantoffice and paying charg- esHousekeeper iI Wanted I want a good rcliabld rAn for housekeeper Must be neat and tidy andwilling to work References required Will pay 1 per week for competent woman Call on or address Mrs James Muir Robbins Ky The Death Roll- A C Bowman died at his home near tho O K Junction Saturday January 25th after a lingering illness Ho was nearly 77 years old and was one of our lead ing citizens having held many positions of honor and trust in tho county Two children survive himLogan Bowman and Mrs W B Cardwell Ills remains were buried in the family grave yard Monday afternoon FOrt SALE An Edison Standard Phonograph good as new and 110 well selected records Cost GC willsell for 15 This is one of the best machines made and there is not a lemon among the records For further imrticuliirs call on henry- S Barnett at The News office Sunday Sermons Rev S II Tabb of Coxs Creek Ky will preach at the Baptist church Sunday at 11 a and 7 p m Everyone welcome Tho sermon at the Christian church on next Sunday morning will be Tho Resistlcssness of Christ The congregation will meet with the Baptist brethren at night A class in Bible study will be organized at 230 oclock Sunday afternoon All who will are invited to attend and join the class Closing Season Sale Will begin January 27 and close February 7 Between those dates I will sell any article in my store at cost and many things under cost All classes of millinery goods ladies tailor made skirts from 200 to =Goo I also have- a nice line of ladies misses and childrens hosiery and underwear to offer at a bargain 300 silk waist patterns at 250 You dont want to miss my line of lace and embroidery from 3 to 8 cents per yard Many other articles at a bargain A nice lino of dress goods at a very low price Dont fail to call and see the grand bar gains I have to offer ABBIE BAILEY SHERIFFS TAX SALE By virtue of a tax warrant in favor of tho Commonwealthof Kentucky and Breathitt county for taxes due for the year 1907 vs Fannie Cockrill which issued from tho Clerks office of tho Brcathitt County Court now in my hands for collection I or one of my deputies will on Monday Feb 24 1908I between the hours of 12 oclock m and 2 oclock pm at tho Court House door in tho town of Jackson Breathitt County Kentucky expose to public sale to the ugliest bidder the following property or so much thereof as may bo necessary to satisfy the amount of the plaintiffs debt in terest and costs and Sheriffs com missions towit A parcel of land lying and being in Breathitt County Ken tucky on the North Fork of tho Kentucky river and adjoining the land of Squire Gambill and being the same land laid off to Fannie Cockrill out of her fathers estate the estate of Thomas Sowcll do ceased in tho division of saides tate and for more particular de scription of said parcel of land reference is hereby made ton deed for same from Wntts Parker Mas Fayettenand others of date 3d day of July 1886 recorded in Deed Book No 4 es 435 to 465 inclusive Breathitt County Clerks office being the land at the place named as deeded to Fannie Cockrill in said deed levied upon as the prop dorendI ant Terms Salo wjll bo made for cash in hand- Amount to bo made by this sale 540 advertising 546 total t 1346 Witness my hand this the 29th day of January 1908 BREOK CAwr0RD1SB Cv nL tIlL mol I ly 7 r aA H i 1 A a EyesJte OureP r Opticial Department isat your service Spectacles and Eye Glasses of Guaranteed Quality 150 to 800 HEJNTZJEWELOpposite Phoenix Hotel Lexington Ky Farmers in the Southwest are getting rich on the increasing value of their farms Not so vciymany years ago Illinois and Iowa land sold for ten dollars an acre More recently Nebraska lands sold at that price Look at them now What makes them so high The land is no better than it was then What caused the price to go up People nothing but people and lots of them History will repeat itself in the Southwest only it will not take so long The Southwest is growing very fast much faster than any other section of the United States The land in the Southwest is just as good as Illinois Iowa or Nebraska land But there is more land than there are people thats the onl reason its so cheap How long do you think it will take the Southwest to get as many people to the farm acre as Illinois or Iowa about five yearsten at the very outside When that time comes you will have to pay just as much for land in the Southwest as you would pay in Illinois or Iowa Why not buy your farm in the Southwest nowwhen you can get it cheap cheap enough for you to get a big one A few years hence you will be looked upon just as the man who owns 640 acres in Illinois is looked upon todayas a substantial well todo leading member of your community- Th low rate earur lone yfa lha Rock IilndFri co Lines tti ant and third Tuesday of emuTalcweather the Sonthweitem fanner i having Let me 10n1 yon some Intereatln literature about the Southwest to KansasArkansaaation the very Information a man thinking of nftlllne In one of ofthoseonlpmMZrRociChicago Eastern Illinois It R Chicagonot IDr C H HURST Physician Surgeon Office In the Post Office Building Jackson Phone 58 i- k glfll i IiIlAUUtnU LJ fiflltunuttliI = MARTIN T KELLY = ATTORNEY AT LAW E OFFICE IN JlUKST ULG = JACKSON KY 3miuiimmuiinimnmiitmiiuiiijiiiiu7 llS2S2525252S2S2525C5lli rn rn m PNY5l lPN flrtD SURGEON JPPICU HOURS8A TO4 P H i1 mJACKSON 25252 aSHSHSHSHSaSHS SHil NOTICE TO BIDDERS Notice is hereby given that bids will be received at public outcry by tho Brcathitt County Fiscal Court on Tuesday February Uth 1908 900 p m at the Court Houso in the town of Jackson for tho priv loge of collecting tollonltaJack son Bridge for the period of ono year begininjj March 1st IOCS Rent payable monthly at tho end of each month Successful bidder will be required to give bond with approved security The court rei serving the right of rejecting any or all bids SSTAULBEE JUDGE b44 ALLEN WELER 11 MAIN ST OPP POSTOFFICE Has forsalo anico line of WAT I ES EMBLEM PINS EYE GLASSES SPECTACLES and all kinds ot Jewelry r fEPAIRINO 4 SPECIA1Jl Prices caSODle PleW lall I and examine jytS I v eM rs NOTICE TO BIDDERS Notice is hereby given that bids will be received by the Breathitt County Fiscal Court nt the Court louse in the town of Jackson on Tuesday February 11 1908 at 100 p m for the erection ofa bridge across the North Fork of the Kentucky nt Jackson accord ng to the plans adopted by the Fiscal Court and for tho removal of the present bridge at Jackson and tho reerection of same across Troublesome creek at the mouth j of Lost creek The court reserv ing the right of rejecting any or all bids For further particulars call on or addressJUDGE S S TAULBEE Jackson Ky THE MIDWINTER TERM Which is tho rush term OPENS JANUARY 2108 Do you want to ben working unit in the liveliest most ambitious enthusiastic and professional body of teachers ever gathered together for study in Eastern Kentucky- 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 tho E K S N S for catalogue telling him what studies you desire Address S R N ROARK s 614 RICHMOND KY- TnrIOR RENT I wiUjnnt to tho highest and best bidileron Saturday February 15 ISOStlioWm It May farm near the mouth of Woo creek There are about 25 acres of level land for coca 10 acres in grass 30 acres of land goodorch ard and good dwelling and outbuildings Rohkpayablo Novem approvedey1t BO Alansr 9tt liusb Branch Ky t 4 j JII a fi a toYC- Yt 1 y t C 01 i- rrr tI DEPOSITED HERE i weekly for live wears with interest at 3 per cent compoundedtscmiannually added do you know what it Would Amount T obIf deposited in your name you would have just j 56200 i 7av r and theres many a young man and woman in Jackson working j on a salary who could easily deposit 2 weekly JI I 7 7 lt1 111 MIXED W h4 111 11 t O IN TSf111 t Just received a full line W I 111 t which we uaianteea j 11 r WI c 111JETWill cover more space lastt111 longer and look better than I A I any other paint made Call 7 t andsee color cards and etttpIlces h et jtl1t 111 Jackson Drug Co I 1 e e e eEEEe i H H i H Hoooko0 Hooocoooo H H wH HiH wH H iF 1 wi 0 I You W ill Get All Thats S Coming to You I 1 Wi 0 a Gi lj I s 0j 1 I i return iwBelieve in Square Treatment f t G i Your moneys worth nil the timo We might 41 goodsm O It ICOME TO OUR STORE f iSoyou can see for yourself thats the surest way 2 oFti Crawlrd Co 1 i f S iJACKSON KENTUCKY 0 1 S 1 4MMQ 0 wH i H iHiiWifH H H i U H0 OO I I MONUMENTS i Headstones and Markers S LA1y line oil designs are ihe latest and I can also prepare special ideas pre sented by my customers If in need of work in my line call and see me or drop me a postal card t I erect work anywhere J Pricesreasonable I I fwtSeM t yt f t i ty f40 tu fJ1 li flIP I W- wT ye t e I k r yi I en1oSicidebyCheesc I 1 Frenchman Unable to Bear Odor of Parents Pet Fromage Shoots I A Himself In StomachISome queer things hare been respon sible for suicides ami attempts nt sui cides but It Is doubUul If anybody ever tried to rid blmsclC of life for nI stranger reason than that which has Just led Plcrro Dufresne n young Paris locksmith to seek a speedy exit from this world for Pierre Dufresue now lies In n hospital in a critical condition because ho preferred death to a life In which his delicate olfactory organs wore frequently assailed by the odor of n certain variety of cheese 6t which his father and mother were Inordinate ly futfd I This cheese Is called marollea TheS rj smell of It closely resemblesp llinburger Pierres parents ate of It i at every dinner Pierre always pro- tested when It was brought on the ta + tile nnd said nasty things about the 4 tastes of people who would load theirS stomachs with such offensive stuff q1grydiscussions followed The father I r bang his fist on the table and 1 declare that he Intended to keep on 1t eating that sort of cheese as long as C lie liked It antI could afford to pay forq It and furthermore ho didnt care a hang what his unnatural unfilial son 1though1of it Risks Life For Her lover Austrian Lieutenants Sweetheart Takes Duel I rlL n Hussar Officer and Saves His Honor as Well as His Skin J I Most romantic Is the tale which v comes from Oten in Austria of the latest thins In duels A young ac tress promising the mother of a youthful admirer tq SATO him from a challenger found no way but to take Ills place This she did successfully dressed libber admirers uniform The duel occurred a few weeks ago but- the facts have only just leaked out- Fraulcln Loefler Is one of tho most bewitching of the younger actresses attached to the Orezy theater She Is a great favoritd with the younger ofll cers and students sail the toast at many of tho cafes In Dcr Bettelstn dent sad other plays she enacts the role of the young officer the midship S mite and youths parts generally Ata noted cafe on the Andrassy- Btrasse4 the other night so goes the I talea party of officers were gathered cat a late supper The wine flowed freely and the talk was that of wom and love adventures Frnuleln eLoeflersname was mentioned Hitter zu of the hussars made a 2 sneering insinuation nboat her In stantly Lieutenant Zcska jumped to his feet trilled Hitter a liar and throw his glass of wine In his face The flit- tar slapped the lieutenants face in re RAISED FINED IN turn A challenge was at once given end accepted Lieutenant Zeska belongs to the artil lery stationed in Icsth and as there4 was a fluid day next morning the duel 4 t SS- Was put oft till the day after by Un me diate agreement of the seconds quart r 11 and wrote a long letter to his widowed i mother giving her all particulars The f lieutenant left this letter on his writ 1 lug deskt Next day he was on duty i till nightfall Zeskasiservant saw the letter and as ho fro Quently before had delivered similar ones trotted oft with It to Mme Zeska She was in despair that her only son a mere stripling was to flght wlth the flitter n much older man and famous for his prowess on the field of honor After attempts to see her son 6ho went to see the actress Tq her Bhojold all and showed the letter And uhe prayed tin actress to save her only son Fraulcln Loefler promised to do so The Milky Way The milky appearance of the great belt In the sky known us thu Uulasy or Milky Way is owing to the blended light of countless multitudes of stars each doubtless a sun to some plane tory system Sir Vtlllam Ilerechel estimated that at one portion of the Milky War 110000 stars passed c through the field of tho telescope In a quarter of an hour and on another oc casion 258000 stars in forty minutes t J1JrS Benhntn I believe you are In j saeond childhood Benbam Its whopifI tr t 4- IN 1 iih co tI j 2 When a big raarolles cheese made Its appcnrnnce on the Dufresue table the other day there was a more violent scene than usual Pierre said that a self respecting pig would not cat such nauseating stuff The elder Dufresne avowed hj bcllef tbat porcine progeny were fpossessed of truer filial feeling than Pierre Mrs Dufrcsue stopped eating the cheese long enough to In dj reo her luisbnucls opinion An elder brother joined in the reproaches ot father atid mother Dufresne against Pierre Thu young man arose from the ta ble antI declared that ho could endure the disgusting smell of marolles Cheese no longer Life was no longer worth llriug It he was to bo confronted with if every day He fled from the room banging the door behind him A few minutes Inter another bang was heard It was n pistol shot Pierre had tired a bullet at his heart but his aim was bad or his knowledge of anatomy do fcctlrc and the luillct lodged In his stomach with the result that even If ho recovers his digestive organs will be in n tar worse state than It he had dieted himself steadily nit his life ou nothing but cheese of thcuiuarollcs va rIetS t His Place In With Y after r The actress at once went to the cavnl ry barracks nt Ofen and soughtrjouf the Hitter For the salurSTf lierboy ad mlrcr and his sorrowing mother tho actress made n secret compact with the hussar But he insisted that the duel must take place It was Impossi ble for either party to withdraw If the flitter shot in the air the artillery officer would surely shoot to kill nnll so some willing substitute must take his place A plot was hatched The Hitter the actress nud Mme Zeska were the only parties to it The mother did her part well She administered n sleeping draft to Lieutenant Zeskn and gave the actress one of the lieutenants uni forms Lieutenant Zcska an casy letlm of tho potion administered by his mother slept like n dead man nil night his subconscious mind uuhauntcd by dreams of mortal combat or premonition of impending decease at the hands of a bloodthirsty enemy The lloutennfits uniform fitted the young actress Ilka the paper on the wall A handsomer officer than Frauleln locflcr the Aus trIan nrtUlerr never hud possessed In the darkness of tue early morning a carriage drove up to Mme Zeskaa THE LIEUTENANT 1113 WEAPOJf AND TilE AIR milk little villa From the UOUPO there is sued the figure of a youthful ottlcor his military cloak wrapped round hltn the fur collar turned up because of tie cold lie joined his second in the car riage which drove westward to the woods At the appointed place the Hitter his second the umpires and doctors met tho two Paces were quickly measured off Tho opponents wero given their loaded pistols They drew off their cloaks The lieutenant however kept on his fur kepi pulled down well over his eyes It was still dark but as the first streak of light come up over tho hori son telling of the coming dawn the white handkerchief Iluttered to the ground and there rauB out a shot It was from the Hitters pistol Ho had missed Tho lieutenant raised hfc weapon antI tired III the air The Hitter saluted announced bis sat Islactlon and advancing shook hands with hit opponent Both were then hustled Into their cloaks and Into the waiting carriages The duel was over His Own Critic An nctor who was taken whllo on tile stage by a cinematograph was greatly pleased with the result Talk lug njout It to a prominent dramatic critic he said It was tho most extraordinary cx perience I ever went through actually to see myself acting Now replied the critic you will understand what wo hovato put up with London ExpreuT Some people make themselves so I busy scenting trouble that they never seem to have time to enjoy the fra grance of the rote c t i- SS l 4j s4rV FAMOBCHARI 1i Nb 1 DV FETR1GG REGISTER ROCKFQRDIK CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED I A cheap yet effective lIniment for home use may be made by mixing one part of carbolic acid four parts of glycerin and six parts ot pure olive or raw Unseed 11 The cut or bruise should be washed thoroughly first nnd the liniment applied thereto on a clean piece of cloth or absorbent cotton- Much as moral suasion and gentleness have to commend them there are nevertheless now and then times when no corrective or punitive agency U equal to n hazel gad the tint of a was culine bond or the foot of a feminine Flipper TUe writer has been right there as the boy and knows whereof he speaks Bitterness In the milk may bo duo to the fact that tho cow is far all yaiiccd In her period of lactation or that she has had opportunity to satis fy a perverted appetite on some ma nure pile In the Conner case she should be dried up in the latter shut up out of reach of the cause of her offending Many folks warp their dispositions anti characters by n too strict and ex 11IllS1trymake nay substantial ut Jlfebccause they dlsIpato their energies by trying to spread themselves j over too wide a field or In following too runny lIuesIThe crop for the past season has been accord Ing to official figures 54275135 which Is an Increase in value of DU IlCr cent over that of the crop of 1900 Of the above immense total apples Brought 1423000 prunes lCOOG2p ltfWOOf Al1ljcherriesIf the corn you are planning to use for seed this year Is destined for anyone of several reasons not to give more than n half stand of corn it Is a pretty sensible Idea to find this out before It Is put Into the ground In May Each ear should be given uu In dividual and thorough test frhtch will tMiablc one to determine its vitality at a glance With a fairly reliable thermometer purchasable at from 50 tQ 75 ientP thcrd should bo one of tliesa useful In stramcuts In every homo and it should not only be in the house but should be used The keeping of the tempera ture of the living rooms at abqut OS degrees V by aid of stirli thermometer would not only result In a consumption of less fuel but would aCd greatly to the comfort and health of the inmates of the house It Is estimated by the forest service of the federal government that the Uujted States suffers an annual toss of 100000000 through damage by Hoods It la a noteworthy tact nnd one that ought to bo conducive of seri ous thought that there has been a gradual increase In this minimi dam sge by flood closely corresponding to the rapid decrease In tho forest and wooded areas of the country nnd par ticularly those Adjacent to lakes nod streams It mny not be out of place to remind the girl who may be desirous of Im proving her complexion that there Ja no way In which this result can bo achieved more safely or Inexpensively Q1nln the exercise tobe found at tho end a broom or Carpet sweeper help Ing mother In scrubbing out the clothes or having ones hands in the dhlipnn throe times a day These occupations will not only serve to brighten ones skin but sweeten the temper an well and make those In the homo thankful end happy Every bird that Is killed for the dec oration of my ladys hat menus laIn dreds more insect pests turned loose ou the growing crops of tile farmer and gardener The decrease lu blrl lifo In the past twenty years Is esti mated at 20 cent the meaning of which Is readliy understood by one who appreciates in any degree what ever tho connection between bird and Insect life It U to be hoped that the time Is not far distant when national end state legislators w1lbe more keenly alive to tho economic value of Url life and will enact further laws looking to a more adequate protection tf them If reports ore to be credited a rowe Jy has been discovered for the dread and hitherto battling malady spinal meningitis Tills Is a Burumvoltniuw1 from the blood of n horse Fluid from the spinal canal of n moirfngltls patient containing germs of the disease lJi III heAlthyIously yet nt the seine time sets up great quantities of germ resistant ina terlal This serum withdrawn from the system of the horse and reinjected Into the human patient jdlls off the remaining meningitis germ In some jixty cases treated by the discoverer of this remedy there was not a singlp fatality ti- The Real n Well well surprised commented the patent churn man us the village I brass band tore rapidly jet smashing out tlutlnuabulutory straliis as they wont those fellows are pretty nearly I on a dead ruab What wakes them march so fast7STrying to git pway from tho mujlc I guefcs replied tlie landlord of the Prunfytown tavern who was a pose IJ mlstlc gld groucKr qru wBia rt Set IS ftV it e EMBRO1ERYMOTI1 i How Fashionable Irish Crochet Dress Trimmings Ara Made STAR PATTERN INSERTION Th Motifs Are Joined Into Attrac Bands by Sewtna Three of thoPf of Two Points Together Where TIMoot j fTo make tho favorite irlShcroch luce In attractive designs for blouse or dress trimmings follow these dime t11treblcI Star Pattern insertion of this very pretty design will be found I Via 1 mum C11OCHET Lure most useful whether joined together for Insertion HH Illustrated or used singly as In Fig 1 In this case It hi either nppllqued to the material or Inserted The luaturlals employed for the design were No 12 Irish lace thread white No 10 padding cotton JIll a fine rochct hoot The pattern lire equally suitable for slUt nnd linen TQ make the motif wind the p c twenty times round n small mush Into this tiny ring of p c work 23 d close lyt Flrst row 2d Into each stitch on ring Second row I t Into each of last rowTulni row 1 d Into first t of last row 2 d Into next t 1 tl lute next then 2 d Into every alternate stitch nudjl d between to end of row Fourth row 1C cb fasten to fourth stitch of Iasjhrtwil5 ch fasttoi to next fourth d each of next 5 d 1G cii fasteiit1Jicxt fourth stitch 15- ch fasten tq next fourth stitch I tt Into each of next 0 iC pad rppent lirco times Ilftjj row MO d Into first loop 10 ch fasten to top of second loop 10 tL down side of this loop I d Into each of tj IL5 anti repeat nil around Sixth row I d Into each d nil round and 10 d Into well top loop Seventh row t 11 Into center of Owt C d 2 ch I 1 Into second stitch on loop 2 ch It Into every second stitch all round putting 1 II Into the center of each 0 0 between the points Eighth row1d r cli I 11lnto each space of 2 qhilill round To wake thfjl motlfti Into Insertion Join tijfipoluvfuiHlit manner Jllustrht Oct by rowlnSTtyireg qf tp pifqta uf two viiei they meet whw placed iogcttijon the wrbnt sld neatly and ecuroly Two points tf one side of id motif and one at Hu other tst LjoInetI In this live poInt star tTo innk fTgt2 take four long Htrauds of imddilip inroad and fasten the I I via ji Moxir FOB AiTLiqcg thread to one end with 1 d Twist ttw p c round to form a ring and work 4011 into It Join the first and last stitches 25 d over p Co Pull tho p c tQ keep these stitches as close as possi ble Leare the p c Turn and work 1 tI lute last stitch nUll 1 t Into each stitch to end 2 d Into next two on ring Tum1 d Into last tnnd 1 t Into each tto top 1 d Into first d anti 2 d over the p c Turn and work J dover p c Into each stitch oflast row qnd 2 Into next two on center ring Ttepeat coven tUnes joining the first C il over p c to the preceding leaflet by taking up the stitches of that leaflet Fasten tiff tho p c securely ou the back qf the work and cut off ends o lulWSHouse Plants Be careful not to ovcrwatcr them To find out If they need water raj the side of the pot with your knuckles If It rings clear anti sharp the plant needs watering If there Is a dull sound the soil Is al ready moist enough J IIet the soil got talrtYtry before I it again fI if- WJvuI A woman blessed WioS wlt1otsaylng pr doing the right the right uiinute Is bound tbeatI help to her husband I Tho woman who can mfiJRrticrffclf Indispensable to her uusbdrid as his social mentor has inany crpleasures which ber less taclful aiters 1 I Tho woman Vorever quoting cleyer sayings of bet busnd1ts one otth bigge3t bores that Is Inflicted on the DubIlc but tiw1fe who ktovs- Whaot1rOPaJUtttiiatcouuts Is th- Oonerealy jy1si JY t 0 Ttit mot Krfect French coffee Is In the steam coffeepot a tall k affair with two receptacle The r outs Is flllfd with water the up aM Jw1t1 coffee he water is heated by a snull lamp I and the steam generated rises to the foffee and Is cpndeimed In tho upper illicitII None of tho flavor Is allowed to csI cape unit tIm steam coffee Is said to bo the strongest and most delicious made ohywhcre Thu Arabian coffee Is delicious In flavor due to the freshly roasted cot fee berries anti to th presence of Clu noinou The coffee Is rousted freshly every lIl- tAtter1t Is thoroughly ground up or Kmuded It Is passed through n sieve and only the line brown Hour U used Two teaypoonfuls of this flour are used with two cups of water and boiled tot gether with a little piece of cinnamon It Is bulled thou u lowed to cool oft nnd then boiled nguln until it forms a thick paste then half n erpfnl of boil lug water la added and the coffee Is drunk III this suuilthluk state without sugar or milk The Viennese are famous for their cafe nu lalL Sometimes the coffco null hot milk are mixed at the table and thu skillful walter knows just how to pour the two ingredients so that they will blend thoroughly nluicwt be fore touching tile cUll When large iUantltles of uoffcv ort to Ira made tho coffee anti milk are boiled together the coffee being roast ed brown ground anti tied lu small linen bags It Iii then put Into a large licttlo with two parts water to one of milk and allowed to come to n boll It Is served with whipped cream CoTe being the national drink of the Turk tbcsultau Is often graciously In clined to glee away his own sliver cot tee cups to favored guests as sou vcnlrs These coffee cups rescmMe eggshells In shape aud are of silver filigree with uu Inner lining of vt thin pale blue porcelain The Turk ish coffee Is the same as the Arabian coffee and Is always mado of frostily rotstfd coffee berries ground to u vow tier nnc served lu a thick slriipy state It Is mado very strong oath Is served Without milk sugar or other uddlllou l11l1 Your lItisIiiiss II you d uit nibodj will It U your builneai to ktrpp Out of nil ibis truublr jou Call alllIIU cm and will Keep ul of lIver and bawal trouble if you inks lr KIngS New Life PIIU Miry krei lillllousiiisi innlaria end Jtundic ou out of your system 25o at Jackie Drug Co Obliging Great Bcottl said the doctor to hIts KTvnnL Hnsvnolody called diirlns fly two days alienee I left thin slate htvre for callers to write their names on nod It U perfectly clean tOb yes sir responded time servant cheerfullyit whole lot of folks has come An the slate got so full o names Mint only this momIn I hind to nIb Yin nil out to make room for more Cleveland lender Vatclietl Fifteen Vcitrti ItFor fifleen jef I have wntclied be vvorkinp of UuPklenn Arnica Slve ind it has never failed to curs any ore hull ulcer or burn to which It at applied It lisa saved tie inany t luotor bill1aYI A F Hardy of gut Wilt n Maine 25c at Jcktun Drup Oil Wore Out the Snow Jly old friend rnbnv of tilt rtni early Oklahoma diys tells this title about nn early dny snuwstunn Ono day lifter ninny days or dry weathc a big snow iiiinv mitts visited our drought stricken lund The fmcs of time fiirmers were all smiles Intaiiso It meant a whent crop limit nlusl An old time wind collie up from the south that blew about forty wiles an hour and drifted tIn snow northwnrd for a day Then mine an eighty mile nn hour wind from time north tbnt drifted It back south again This condition of wind continued dullY until till snow tit orin was blown and worn out null nut II snowflnko could be found nay where In the county Wotough Okla UerSld IIov IN Your Dilution Mrs Inn Dnvling of No 229 8 h Avo San FrancIsco recommends a remedy for stomach trouble She rays Gratitude for the wonderful efftctof Elrcirlo Bitters in a oa of acute In- digestion prompts this imtlm inlal Ian fully convinced that for itomacli suit liver troubles Electric Hitter It ilia best temedy on time market today This great tonic and alterative medi cine invigorates the system purlfle the blood and It especially helpful In nil forums of female weakneii BOo at the Jackson Drue Co Bo sure ypuro right and then go ahead suid the man who likes to quote Yog answered the energetic citi zen but try not to waste too much time making sure or youre liable to bo like the man who studied his time table so long that ho missed his train Seven years of Proof I have had seven years of proof that Dr KIIIa New Discovery is the best medicine to mute for cough and polds and for every diseased condition bf throat oiiest or lunge sajs W V henry of Panama Mo Time world I has hud tlilriyelght years ol proof that Dr Kng New DUcuvery Ii HIP I best remrdj for cuijzhi and colds U brunehlU8Ililmearly sluKesorconsuuiitfon Its tlmoly uioalwitji prrVenti She development ofpnenmbnla fluid ufider n Riiaran tee by th ackioif UrugOo tiDe and r919Q TrlatbuUIlre104 q t1 S r aJ- tJ ilitc4 j tJr I = = S I FLORIDA AND NEW ORLEANS VIA J 1 QUEEr 6 CRESCENT ROUTE t IWinter Tourist Tickets v tot blorautloa and list of boul aJJreu- H Co KING C F 8 T A 111 Mats St loitofitoo Kr 1 LE RAILWAY WINTK11 TIJIU TA1JLI3 EFFECTIVE NOV 18 1006 No1w1ds1Ex Sun I t AM rn Lv 20OKlkntnwa 0 20 2 30 Athol C 40 2 62 Tnllcwi II 49 3 00 11llcRttnilleTorrent 7 80 a 41 Campton Junct 7 18 8 57 Dundee 752 403 Filson S OU 4 14 Stanton S Its 4 26 Clay City 8 25 4 35 r4EJunet 9 00 507 Winchester 9 125 OQ ArLqxincton 9 55 6 05 1001JASTEx Sun IM A M 14 Lexington 2 25 7 35 WntclicsterS 310 8 1- 3L1Junct 825 820 Clay City 4 00 9 02 Stanton 4 10 0 10 Kilson 4 20 9 22 Dundee 4 37 9 34 3STorrentBeattyvllloJunct 5 18 10 17 St Helens 5 26 10 2f- tTallctfa 5 37 10 35 Athol 5 45 10 43 Elkntnwa 6 06 11 1- 0OK Junct 0 10 ii IS Ar Jackson 0 15 11 20 CONNECTIONS L E j UNCTIONTrains Nos 1 antI 3 will make connections with C O Ry for Ml Sterling CAMPION UNCTION AJJ trains connect with Mountain Cen tral Railway for Pine Kidc and CuinntonBBAT1TVJLLE UNCTION Trains Nos 2 and 4 connect with f A lly for pasacnjjcrs to and from Ucattyvillc 0 K JUNCTION Tratrt No KeiituckyforCIIAS SCOTT G P A O K RAILWAY KlFKCTlVE NOV 10 1OOO VEST HOUND Daily Kr Sun thy CLASS Bo OLAH ASI r u- Lv Jackson tl 05 3 00 O K Junction 11 15 3 10 Frozen It 31 3 33 Vanclcvo 11 38 3 42 Wilhurst 11 44 3 52 Hampton 11 51 4 05 Rose Fork M 12 05 4 30 Leo City 12 13 4 45 Ilclcchawa 12 19 4 55 Ar Cnnnel City 12 35 5 20 EAST BOUND Daily Ex Sun- 2n UIASS lr CLASS A u r x Lv Cannel City 7 10 1 00 llelcchrfwa 713 1 17 Lee City 7 45 1 23 lose Fork 8 00 1 32 Hampton 8 24 1 41 Wilhurst 8 31 1 51 Vanclcvo 8 47 1 57 Frozen 8 5G 2 04 O K Junction 0 25 3 25 Ar Jackson 0 30 2 30 Sunday passenger train leaves returningleaves M L CONLEY GonMirr Central Depart Arrive 5 45ani Campton 11 30 a m 145 p m Campion G 00 p in Arrive Depart 8 00 a m Campion Tun 1005am 4 00 p m Campton Jun 4 40 p m Make connection with all L E passenjjer trains iHECHANDCURETHE WITH Dr Kings I New Discovery FOR CSSgs8 SC WcoI Trial SeINe AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTOR 1 On MONEY REFUNDED Iat L5 r T J WITHOUT4fJ On Sale November let J9011 IrGood Returning May 31st 111 Ilj Mountain GET RICHQUICK I tSchemes of this class have again come to grief along with tile gullible investors causing serious loss to innocent business concerns as ilL always the case of panics in Wall St While this last lesson is yfcf fresh in mind it lan opportune moment to consider causes and Iflah14j9- avoid i like trouble in the future 11 Direct your attention to that greatest of all Newspapers the Cin cinnati Enquirer From its columns one can readily detect time trend of currency its lodging places by whom handled uses made of it and final results Again you read 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ENVELOPES LETTER HEADS STATEMENTS BILL1IEADSETCA- nything and everything in tile wayof high grade commercial printing Theres only ono kind of paper wo do not handle thats tho good enough It isnt tat isfactory to tho printer or tho con goodrotTHE NEWS Believes in dealing in tho best andalways has believed in it Callat our oflico and look over our samples of letter heads on volopcs business stationery wed ding invitations and ladies calling cards Youll b pleased with the work nnd prices will suit THENEIS Main St Over Post ftjce W H Henderson iAyres Street Opp Post Office JiDEAIERGrain Seeds Feed JI OornJloverHungarianflay R A CHILDERS I WITH JOS Q REED GOODS CO IPORTSMOUTH O mountainIpeople Ho will be DAYKI e twdlI to f VM SS t 1 rix i i1 11 iji i SS5 Lrt f o =