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KYv toj r r K Fire at Cannel City A dwelling house in tho ullpor tnd of Cannel City known Islhu Prater property and belonging to tlui 0 Ky Ity Co was de itroyed by tire lust Sunday afar ing about 11 oclock The origii of the lire is unknown IjQs1 bout 100- 0Spotted Fever At Berea A dispatch to Jhc Cincinnat Enquirer Sunday front Keren says Srrtim Gent br Dr Flexner ol he Rockefeller Inmituto at Net York arrived too late to save Floyd Kobertsoii a spotted fever victim Hi makes tho third death duo to the disease All victims wen students nt Berea College Ocr lOO students have left the college Woman Killed by 0 KI Mrs lane ICilbourn WAS struck Ilv an oust bound train at Frozen lei Sttnrda afternoon while irj inu to drive her cow ofT of the track Tho engine hit tho cola id knocked her against the ironian who was thrown between the engine and the platform and the was crushed so badly that she lied tho same night about twelve 3 clock She had been keeping house for her son Arthur Kit bourn whoso wife died about a month ag- oTakcn for River Men Deputy U S Marshal Wm Mays of Owsloy county was here Tuesday Ho had warrants a few Juyi ago for the arrest of ifteen lien charged with mooiibhining lid tIillcgtilPalo of liquor on tho heAdof Lqpgs creek Squat blo cue Hulls Skin and Buffalo reeks Uc sont V word for thorn 10 Ineethintat Keen Gilberts on Uilllalq Sunday which they did I ityswhenlietipproach d G Itrt xllibWitte eartl arc 1 Wbtl d 1 a tl scea- a j I 1r2Pt tt onntry lacuna house They wore taken t to Uenttyvillo and placed in jnilf ind were given nn examining tr nlrt last Monday before US Com d missioner M Realty and three were acquitted and the remainder n held over to the Federal court at Vankfort Mr Mays sajd quite 1 number of peoplo on the road sought they wore river men nndn anted to know where they were Ding to take their timber The oys replied that they were going to run it to Frankfort and sell it- on six months time and Hoard itil outnRecipe Mixed Often I Somo remarkable stories Ire beg I told about town and among 1 ho country people coming in of his simple homemade mixtuio tiring Rheumatism nut Kidney trouble Hero is tho recipe and lircction for taking Mix by Inking well in a bottle onehalf ounce Fluid Extract Dandelion one ounce Compound Ktrarun three ounces Compound Syrup Jarsaparilla Take as a dose one 1 easpoonful after meals andat 1 eiltiinc No change need be made in your isuftl diet but drink plenty of rood water This mixture writes one au I hority inn loading Philadelphia I icwspapojv lias a peculiar tonic effect uiwJTthp kidneys cleansing the clogjjeuup pores of the elim native tissues forcing the kid toys to sift and strain from the blood tho uric acid and other paisI mous waste matter overcoming Rheumatism Bladder and Urinary troubles in a short while A New York druggist who has md hundreds of calls for these in trcdicnts since tho first announce nent in the newspapers last Oc lobe stated that the people who nce try it swear by it especial y those who have Urinary and Kidney trouble andsuitor with thcumatism The druggist in this neighbor hood say they can be easily mixed it homo There is said to be no jotter bloodcleansing agent or sys cm tonic known and certainly none more harmless or simple to seStop with Hart Brothers ut the tee Hotel while in Lexington i4n ESTILL Cqi- Irvine We learn that A I 11 ha applied to Judge Addr the office of Master Conncr of Kstill county Wo tso gun to loarn of his appo5 t fo- he is a wcrtby man t liar ris is seriously ill II sod denly taken down 1 i pail is near his heart y oores- pendent wan Ut JllVM ti onday slinking lands with bid Js and neighbors The n ol ortau things talked about iseieclion I hope the timesoon coma when men can cisn ol1ic without lu ving to ii44ptoney before they can have aante pat on the ballotsL foie fathers filled the scttiles it their day as we there 1155 no such tilingn ng G get their names on t Blot Just as soon as a noa bc owes ajcandidtito for yet will al once hear the ians Lacy begin to raise n am 3DJ a poor nun cannot ted because ho has no into akc- ho race It is not ti oncy hat makes the man tit icart Mo carries ini son ova that flows to fritni for dike T C Rilson C 1 foul xcn from Alfred Crp 15 Abncr 1Visemai3 IiJ eu tc- he Pleasant 11itt furnt k 1lo ray Creek Oar ct U oyor has been survcvif d 3 Powell John Vau Ii l Vitt and hoary lljr 1 l CO- IESTILL CO Nolan r Curt hrpnch and n lenoy both ol L 1- CF ns0rriNdaa frs Unstop ol+ uest of heri liI st m and wife of i ere the Nests of HuftJiJfsTalt i centlyJames A Fry went o get off of bin mule lust Thurs ay his coat hung in the stirup nd he fell and hurt himself badly Jell Garrett and wjjwore isitiug Mrs Garretts Vro ichmond recently Dii V ored to bis new farm Ira Juno Warlord and wife were isiting Columbus Cox several ass agoWade Johnson and im Carr of Panola were visit ig on Locust Branch Wednesday nd Thursday of last week tin II Peters has been visiting is mother in Owsley county + G Garrett went to his falhcrJs I M Garrett last Saturday and undiiy LEE COUNTY Primrose i As Hooker wants to take kn other layoff he has turned his irrospondcnco over to Chatter Iuoxas been in our midst for for ast week holding a protracted eating left Monday forhis homo at Irvine lire Nolan is an urncst worker and all who made his acquaintance did regret to seem leave Uov Harvc Johnson nd family left last Week for Jackson county where they will lake their future home On ist Thursday night tho residence of 11 P Marks was burned to the round Tho house caught fire from an upstairs room while the umily was out A largo portion of the household goods were saved but the loss is said to have beep btinIrs Noah Lucas is very low t riola the little daughter of Dora While died last Sunday evening iho little one was laid to rest bi the side of her father in tho old White grave yard Married on tho 8th inst Miss Eliza Arnold laughter of Newton Arnold of this place and Curtis Stamper of Tulsa I T Rev M F Stamper ifliciating The young couple left Monday for the Indian Territory where they expect to make their future home Wo wish them a mppy and successful life CUATTEIUJOXH o e r c Mora Mrs John Cashman Is on the 0 sick list- Gcorgo King was visittnp friends on Morg Sundjiyr + Mrs S B Tomlin has been quite sick for the last few dugs Mr McGuire of Saint Helens visiting his son Kelly on Fro zen this week i Leslie Lockard came very near getting killed the other day by being kicked by a horse John sardwell of Boone is prepar VIIoo move in our neigh borhood on the farm of Kelly McGuire Our Sunday school at this place is progressing nicely 27 in attendance lust Sunday as bad as the day was In answer to the question of the Irvine correspondent lie said Head your Bible before you nns wer lIe should have read his Bible before he asked the question Gcnisis 1 chapter 27 verse says So God created man in Ills own image in the imago of God created He him rule and female created Ho them and this wits the oven ing and the morning of the sixths days Ho finished his work in six days and rested on the seventh and what Moses says in tho 2 chapter of the same book is do scribing only how God did this work NEWS Bra WOLFU COUNTY Cam ton Dr D1i Knsh made a pleasure trip to Stillwater Bridge last Sunday Jolly John Picratt was vin own Nejluesday and Thursday of jksl wccV interviewing our mer dNants- L lIon A ier trip from Fran rt Saturday and re namedwlttr his family until Mon lay morning Miles Mcchling and A F Gar ver were iu Mcnefco county last week preparing to drill an oil well scar Frenchburgr Miss Eflio Elkins who has been clerking in Days store at Jack son for the past year is now at homo on a vacation C B Rose representing Watts titter 8 Co made his first call on our merchants last week and ida good business Attorneys A II Stamper G B Stamper and E T Rose of this place are attending court at Jackson this week M F Horton went to Frank fort Monday on business He has been strongly endorsed by his political friends for a clerkship in he auditors office The personal effects of Wm Boqthc decd were sold at his old homestead on Devils creek last Thursday Everything sold high The Centrial Hotel is without a proprietor this week II B Hurst haying moved out last Saturday and Squire Allen not laving yet toted in- James Qosnoy is the new pro prietor of thd St Cloud Hotel Dr 1 II Carroll was called to Stillwator on professional busi ness Monday Uncle Granville Evans aged 82 years residing one mire south of Campion died Monday after a severe illness ofn few weeks Governor Evans oa ho was gen rally known had many friends among the best citizens of our county and many of his humorous sayings will bo remembered be cause of their originality Ho was buried by the Masonic frater nity at tho fancily burying ground Tuesday morning at 10 oclock lie was tho father of John Evans I lato deceased of Hazel Green I and Douglas Evans of this town You are accused said the court PC vercly to the nutqnioblllst or having run this mnu down Sure 1 did your honor responded tho prisoner but Id heard him run down my make of machine Naturally this circumstance was talc en Into conslderatlunEscbaugcw jrJi r S jT AbsolutelyPure a asapJP Froms Grapes I healthfulradof fruits comes the e chief ingredient of l yALLAJj 1 I from q t of Costs mClr or of powders t 1 WI iY Presidential Year 1908 4 sta t THE EVENING POST DUlliNG TilE YEAII 1008 COSTS LESS THAN ONE CENT A DA FREEA Kentucky Governors From Isaac Shelby to Augustus E Willson All of Kentucky Governor The only complete collection now In sxlitence Every true Kenlucklan ibould a copy In bli or PRESS the now Kentucky mapa1eip clilly for the Evening at a coitof rFOA In addition to this up ninate Kentucky ietumrovIan1 e1 tturkya aovernorjtthe eoraplet MIUUI tc all Iltlven with 4c act rc tatir or tab wnited St1UcItIferannd of all itallitlcal data In addition to the there are nine d including the Philippines Hawaii Alaska late ot tea United State Panama Eastern and Western pheret r of the lust threw national ccniui and historical In formation Thin unique nnd valuable Ig FREE to AtC EVKMNO sunlKCKE1IKI1S If not now n ftubttrllitr for a full iul crlptlon br mill or for six months subscription Understand that rates are by mall and that aubicrlptlon by carrier or agcntU 10 cents per The Eyenlns la Slit In everything haa the mot newt and best market A daily for tho The Evening Post LOUISVILLE KY Price On Atlas and Post With This Paper The News and Post 6 mos 225 1 year SHERIFFS TAX SALE By viturc of n tux warrant in in fuvor of the Commonwealth of and Breathitt county for taxes duo for the year1 1907 is rs itin us Kirkland Heirs and Executors which issued from tho Clerks ollico of the Brcuthitt County Court also for taxes dueI the Commonwealth and Breathilt County and interest mid penalties thereon for tho years 1901 1902 1904 and 1906 by virtue of a judg ment of the Breathitt County Court renderedon tho 25th day of February 1907 in favor of the Commonwealth n ainst Iloynl Trust Company Executor Edith Kirkland Travers Kirkland and Mnrlon McKenzie listing the property herein described for taxes now in hands for collection I or one of my deputies willon Monday Feb 24 1908 between the hours of 12 oclock m and ii oclock p in at tho Court Mouse door in the town of Jack son Breathitt County Kentucky expose to public sale to highest bidder tho following property or so much as may be necessary to satisfy tIm amount of the planters debt interest and costs and Sheriffs commissions towit Three hundred and fourteen white oak trees and poplar trees standing on tho landof Henry pherdon Quicksand creek in Breathitt County Ky and said trees marked nulll branded AIFV The land which said trccstand is the Henry farm and for full scription reference is made to a deed from Henry to C E Smith in Deed Book No pages 102 103 and 101 Brcathitt County Clerks oilico Also 115 white oak trees and 18 poplar trees branded MF standing I 1on a tract of land on said Quick I sand creek as described in a deed of date 17th day of January 1899 from Samuel II Patrick and wife to Thomas W T McIntosh recorded in deed book No 12 pages 404 405 and tOG Breath County Clerks ollico to which reference is hereby made for de scription of said property Also 251 white oak trees and 8G poplar trees standing on a tract of land by G W Fleenor I i 0 The only baking powder made Royal A Grape Cream Tartar a a1- sb1 w1ov Lgrtv a iufe injurious alum Royalyouareauteof phospLLte lme but with pure healhfulfood IV ir In New Wall Atlas havo home office JCST Oil TIm Engraved Pat Wtothn nation tteam route above equal value 10tto maps Canal Ilemli porn much other Atln POST send J300 years these only price week t Post State newspaper home Special Evening 350 Kentucky my thereof tl8 Bh Shepherd do Shepherd 13 Sowclhmd itt conveyed Lan lLe raoJ mill Rico 1200 and wife to Sowcll Mclntosh NoyY it- to f ember 12th 1898 and recorded R Deed Book No 12 pages 287 t 2SS and 289 Breathitt County t j1SW Clerks office to which referenrtc I made for descrilllonof s i f property and said trees and branded MF Also 130 white oak and 13 pop trees branded MF standing on a tract of land and tho samo timber deeded by George Clem s ons and wife to C E Smith December 1898 and reference for the description of said trees is hind to the deed in Deed Book tfoS 13 pages f8 59 and GO Brea1hiit County Clerks oice All of the aforesaid timber trees have been conveyed to MaganriV Fawko Lumber Company and by said Company to Anus Kirkland by conveyances of record in the IiClerks oilice aforesaid Ij Levied upon as the of Angus Kirkland nov deceasede and tho title to tho samdTn tho Royal Trust Company executor and Edith Kirkland Trovers Kirkland and Marion McKenzie de fcndants in said tax warrant Terms Sale will be made for cash in hand- Amount to bo made by this sale + 86825 advertising 1750 total 88575 Witness my hand this tho 29th day of January 1908- BllEClC CltAWTOIlI S B C rs5252525E52S252S25252 rn DR o H lOOrn PNYSIQIPN PNc SUR i rnIPPICQ ItOUlU8A TO4 P n1IIi IN ILtBOIS DUILDINO- JAOKSON I n lsS2S25252S2S2S252S S2I- y FOR SALE thouse and lot on Elm street known as tho John D Strong house at a bargain Onehalf cash balance in twelve months For further particulars call nt ThorNews oflicc Ipi IL 1Jj I1 z r =7 The Breathitt News s 1 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE J VISE HAGINS EDITOR A H PATTON ATTORNEY AT LAW feS 4 OFFICE IN CRAWFORD HLDU JACKSON KY N FRIDAY FEBRUARY 21 ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE tWeare authorized lo announce JUDGE G W GOURLEY Of Beattyvile Ky as a candidate f for circuit judge of this the 23d judicial district subject to the ac tion of the Republican party- COMMONWEALTHS ATTY t I i We are authorized to announce J A H STAMPER of Campton as a candidate for 3M Commonwealths Attorney of this the 23d judicial district subject- to the action of the Democratic patty Election Nov 3 1908 V 1 hereby announce myself a cnn didate for the office of Common I monwealths Attorney of the 23d judicial district composed of the countiesXofcBreatlutt Wolfe Lee andEstill Subject to the action of theR pubnciin party I solicit 1 the support of all goodcitizens re gard less of party affiliations A H PATTON T We are authorized to announce 35 T HURST Of Breathitt county as a candi iIi date for Commonwealths Attor F ti i Boy for this the 23d judicial dis trict subject to the action of the tIIt Reyublicanpartyxh FOR COUNTY CLERK I tale this means of announcing myself as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Breathitt County to the action of the Democratic party If elected I shall regardless of party affilia tions be your most obedient seri vant ALFRED RUSSELL I ce- ci 7 ffIT tpn Democrat- e InJthiSiSs Q J h flews will aabe found trh ahnounccment of JT Hon A 41 Stainner of Citop- tVY on as a candidafcVJfoY the office ref y X o CoranioliVclillPsAUorncy of the 23d Judicial district subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Stamper has been practicing law for 15 years and is consideredone of the ablest crim foal lawyers in this section of the State He isa power before a jury being eloquent forceful logical and convincing in his are r guments He is a selfmade man his father dying when ho was only Ji ichild but being possessedwith if indomnitablo will and courage lu 7f has by reason of hard studantI closo application forged his way to tho front Mr Stampers candidacy will 1 have much to do with uniting the Democratic party in this district and if elected in our judgment will make an able strong and Q ft a leSs prosecutor and an official thHt all good lawabiding citizens Rill proudof Mr Stamper was elected county attorney of Wolfe county two t terms and filled the office with distinction and much credit toi himself M well as the county He was elected in 1896 as a Bryan elector and made a vigorous canvass of the the Tenth Congres sional district and paid his own expenses Afterwards he was a candidate for the State Senate his opponent being Judge Hampton of this county and Mr Stamper won the nomination which was contested and in the interest of harmony and Democratic success he and his opponent withdrew and Charles Sublett of Magoflia county was made the nominee Mr Stamper is a prominent Mason Odd Fellow Red Man and one of the brightest and most zealous members of the Jr O U i A M in this section of the State Patton in the Race We call attention to the an nouncement of A II Patton of the Jackson bar as a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney of the 23d Judicial district The election comes up at the regular November election 1908 and we predict that Mr Pattona candidacy will receive the hearty sup port of his party and will be espe oallly pleating to the people of his homo county The office should to filled by an able honest and tt h r 4 courageous lawyer In our opin on he is the best qualified man of his party in the district for the office lie is recognized as one of the loading lawyers of the district and that his integrity is above reproach no one will question who snows him Out of all the lawyers in this county Mr Pntton was the only one who had the courage to come out boldly and stand for the peo pies rights in the noted Hog nckelection lie was the Republican campaign chairman and lidas much as any one roan to free our county from the toils ho lawless clement then crushin out life and liberty He was un ceasing in his efforts in organizing counseling and preaching liberty from the housetops Neither hrcats nor menaces could intimi late him Behind our enemies o acing them in public or private ic was the sumo undaunted fear ess champion of the peoples rights Wherever the fight way the hottest he was in the thickest f the fray These things and many other worthy acts tho people will not forget Mr Patton is entitled to the fficc to which he aspires and should have had the appointment it the hands of thin Governor Judge G W Gourley Elsewhere in this issue will be found the Announcement of Judge G W Gourley of Bcattyville as a candidate for Circuit Judge of this district to till the vacancy caused bv the death of Judge Rid dell Wo have known Judge Gourloy for many years andwhile we have not always agreedwith him on all questions wo arc free to say that ho is an honest man anda good lawye rand justly ranks us one oft lending legal lights of this section Judge Gourley is a strong man with his party and has always been n consistent Rep ublican working hard for his party at all times Ho is well and favorable known all over the district and has hosts of friends in every county He is especially strong in his homo county and it Ipoks like he will land the nomination The Republicans will make no mistake in nominating Judge Gourloy Ho is the strong Jest man in Iris party in thisdls trict Canoe Logan Little is on the sick list Asberry Spicer has returned from Hamilton OhioStephon Little found a bunch of keys which the owner can have by calling on him James Vireo and Miss Sallie Turner were married last SaturdayClifton Se bll tian sold Archie Sebastian a pair of mules for 5100 Alfred Cornett and Steve Spicer have bought tho steam distillery on Canoe Fork Bige McKnight is teaching normal in the Canoe Fork college Howards Creek George Gambill returned home Friday from Richmond The Sunday school at Sulphur Gap is progressing splendidly Misses Pokie and Charlotte Strong of Vhick were guests of Mrs Geo Anderson Saturday and Sunday Brint Spicer was at Canoe Fork Sunday Price Strong o- Il f hick was the guest of Wiley Anderson from Friday till Sunday Billio Strong entertained the young folks Saturday night with a dance Jr 0 U A M Mt Zion Council No 22 is progress ing nicely Wiley Anderson made a business trip to Lexington Monday Terry John Gross of Buckhorn passed by this place Thursday on his way to AtholMrs Miles Terry is visiting her son Charles at Jackson who has been confined to his room for the past week with throat troubleMrs Wm N Terry has been confined to her room for several days Mr and Mrs Price Terry visited Mrs Luther Little MondayJoeT- erry Jr is attending schoolat Canoe Oscar Combs and wife visited his parents at Wharf Wednesday and Thursday Misses Nannie Lou and Rosie Griffithwho are attending school at Buckhorn visited their parents Saturday and Sunday Miss Cappie Terry who has been visiting relations and friends near Elkatawa has returned homo Richard Spicer son of Erb Spicer died at hit home near Shoulder Blade fat 2 is Y Thursday nightTohn Anderson of Shoulder Blade visited Miles Terry the past week Miss Ada Herald visited her sister Mrs Bill Terry recently W K Terry Sr made a business trip to Jackson Sunday Thero is much sickness in this vicinity Grover Anderson made a trip to t this place recentlySeveralof our people attended court at Jackson this week Jetts Creek The little daughter of Mrs Surilda Short is on the sick list othersgare run ning a telephone lino on Jetts creek and connecting with the Com panys line at A C Shorts Mr and Mrs I C Terry visited Henryrmov- ig to Lick branch niar this place There will be church at Jetts Creek school house the first Saturday and Sunday in each month Daniel Jett is building a storehouse on his farm In a few weeks he will have a full line of goods High Bryant and family are on the sick list BOSIHLK BEE Taulbee Willie Taulbee aged 5 years is very low and not expected to IhcI Maywood Smith and wife have been visiting their parents in Ma goffin county Reed Carpenter son of Breck Carpenter is very sick and not expected to live Ho has lungt trouble and was taken to a ington hospital by his brother Jerry for treatment but the physicians advised that he be returned home as his disease was incurable Population swift increasing Breathitt families not decreasing Babies babies by the score Evermore evermore Mothers busy at their sewing Breathitt fathers gently crowing h a Stork comes swooping now hes nesting Nurse girl problem hard hes test ing- Babies babies by the score Evermore evermorelTheres a baby boom in this end of the county Several littlebun dies of humanity with ut e hair or teeth but with ijjarkling eyes and chubby hands feet have arrived in the past few days a Squally weather is now in store If the rush continues Conductor Everett Back will have to adda extra cars on the O Krailway to handle the increasing traffic on his popular line Already some alarmists say a milk famine is threatened in Breathitt county On the 11th inst the stork left a boy at the home of Lyon George on the 12th another boy was leftI at the home of Sherman Roberts anda bunch of feminine loveliness was also left at the home of AII Privitt near Robbins while an other tino and dandy boy was left to brighten the home of John It Tttulbee on the 8th ins- tCrockettsville Tarlton Hollon and Miss Martha Allen were married on tho 6th inst at the residence of the brides parents John B Lewis officiating A difficulty occurred on Longs JackBargerterminated fatally for the former Sawyer claimed he had reDledC stable of George Helton who is Bargers fathorinlaw and tooteI possession and put his corn and stock into the stable Barger then turned the stock out and swore he would put a lock on the door Ho went away and soon returnedwith a lock About the time ho ar rived at the barn Sawyer shot him witha shot gun instantly killing him Clemons Elihuo Clemons who has been confined to his bed withrhouma tism is improving Mrs Prudia Miller has also been confined to her bed for about forty days with the same disease Jerry Camp bells wife is very low with th- egripMrs Allio Napier js on the sick lisiH C Clemons little daughter has been very sick for the past weekMrs Artie Richie and daughter while on their way to Jackson to attend court Marjldiei S i A Co e o Dons i a ItCopyrlfiht iDL Cunningham I- lion Arte iW Mexico was 110 don at all Was n cattle stealer Don Chn8 nelghlwr was n real II I tlowpET tou Artero Isettled ufrflr ARjtfcluiuyn Ho wnmit p desirable a Ir autl the govern intnt viis nfclUw Remove him The wrfrcd live hundred of Dou CliuujICjBteors got mixed up idth the o dqus herds and tho government M ieked to send troops lho govern rns tery sorry nnl1 BO forth imMiad none to spare Don Cuui at ouce proceeded to hustle lit ifed In and armied hU retainers tcf number of fifty and mndc n des roa the other don with the avowed lied of capturlue lWX of his blggt and fattest steers The other don r lot the contemplated raid ant thlnyere nu ambush nud a fight and tUcorces of Chuuyu were put to ftlnt twelve ff them were killed and lit others licked out of their lOpuW1icn ft true dun has bucked Ul 1st the game cold gut the worst eftThe feels as badly cutup as R h tubs rolled Into one fiell8 with IndlRuatlou lie guiMhi in fury lie gets out at the I door and yells Cnnuu ba at theof his voice Ho cant let things y hat way Ho Is wand to get bac t tile other feller If It takes his I red lu cash and his last drop of bh deal Don Chu raised A hundred wen this Unle figured that n hundred ought to TJt twentylive but It BO hnpponctl mUpU Artcro was mean enough t milt his own force to BOV lit each ono of them was worth thJmwus as fiGhters When the fear oXne together the tight did last MKtiluutea Don Chuayu4 men were ftfttcd The uelrtd was made by Don Artero ar 0JJ1 up a thousand head of tale Front thence on for the next t q yea re he lathered tho life out of tlMtfeef surf brought his proud head iotrci111 sliarae and humiliation He even uMthreats of storming the ttciuda and putting all to he MVorjtrtuJ at last the old man with the hair Bald proud title found lilntJiy under blackmail lIe liad to Jfmuch a month to bo let oloneIThese l t were breaking Don Chuayafr btjrt when a red headed civil a Ala l6nglu8 to the survey corps d1tl ytexlcaa Central road CUIIC a f1 ia day and heard the story Hurry for the don He had 1 ii oft the lands of the other melt and he sighed for re civil englncvr tieid otba trrnr to tic ably to see HtnfeV iJtuaffcn This engineer SlJ one Jhoihadendn lIe saw just where D Arfvro would attack and Just wile ho would meet with disas tea bloje VcrentB dozen peons on the raiicU sJ would fight and some IUIug lan+ I Ixlitinff must bo resorted + T Jfclg wal to flUT ollt K11ilvtin case hlltn p hU Gaud- ijljvowd1W be killed be sat alalkilthtl1c Old lan 3 litter a hundred big WilE ed from MexJCo 3lty The ir traxrket was tirmthou- for years nitjfore The peons Jug up certain ipaQ of ground and planted tho trails nod thou Don Chunya acs word tp Don Artcro that ho was a a tillof a blowhard and a cow rd TheJefwas to be no more black mOil big robber was Insulted sues d defied He was told that I ue within a mile of tile ImcltM Ifwmlil be thawed to rags YouSTri wager that such a message made jut others hair curl lie road the missive and then swore by beard oMils father that ho would teal- out tho adobe walls of tho others cas and eat his fried heart for lunch n liemeant what he said and the horn WpBounded and the dogs of war unienahed Ills band now num tiered thirtyfive men and on the very next tn mlug they appeared In front of the hacienda and Immediate dud unconditional surrender was demand ed Don Chuoya appeared and hurled vile epithets at the robbers and dared them to come on The thing worked Just as the red headed engineer said It would After you have tolled n Mexican cattle thief n coyote a snake a skunk a gopher and a coward ho wants to close In and argue the matter froui a nearer standpoint Dot Artero uttered a yell and led the charge Only three or four rltles blazed at Ills gang There was Just room for the Hue to sweep across tin ground planted with bear traps and within a minute after tbo yell the traps were doing business Snap snap went their heavy jaws and yells and hoots pain and terror followed General Grant couldnt have done better In his palmiest days Out of thirtyfive scoundrels nil but three were caught and held fast ant when Don dniuyn went out to Inspect them he fond DO tight left In even till leader Tho captives could not have Buffered more had they received two bullets apiece The engineer had busi ness elsewhere for two or three days after the light When he returned for his grunt of laud ho found Don Cliuaya In possession of the Artero ranch and Its host of cattle and there was no one to dispute lie Inquired for the prisoners nail was told that they hud gono on n Journey When he hud rested a day or two tho don handed him certain papers and checks and smllliig said- Farewell my friend This Is a great country but one Yankee and a hundred fear trap have taught me more about political economy than I might otherwise have learned In a life time M QUAD DL ALLEN JEWELERM- AIN ST OPP POSTOFFICE Has for sale a nice line of WATOIJES EMBLEM PINS EYE GLASSES SPECTACLES and all kind of Jewelry REPAIRING A SPECIALTY Prices Reasonable Please call fldlewroine OMv cry SHERIFFS TAX SALE I By virtue ofa tax warrant in favor of thin Commonwealth Kentucky and Breathitt county for taxes duo the year 1907 vs the Jackson Electric Light Power Co which issued from the Clerks office of the Breathitt Count y Court now in my hands for collection I or one of my depu tics will o- nMonday Feb 24 1908 between the hours of 12 oclock m and 2 oclock p m nt tho Court House door in tho town of Jackson Breathitt county Ky expose to public sale to the highest bidder the following property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of the plaintiffs debt interest and costs and Sheriffs commissions towitPower house and lot lying and being in Breathitt county Ky in the town of Jackson on the lower side of Broadway street and be ing the stump lot convoyed by deed of Wile II Combs to said com pany on July 20 1903 as shown in Deed Book No 19 pages S73 and 374 Breathitt County Clerks office also thin engines boilers and machinery in the power house on said lot also nil the poles wires and fixtures on tho street of Jackson connected withor belonging to said power house and light plant levied upon as the property of the Jackson Electric Light Power Coa defendant in said tax warrant Terms Sale will be made for cash in hand- Amount to be made by this sale S5900 advertising 750 total SGGRG Witness my hand this the 29th lay of January 1908 BHKCK CitAWKoni S B C SHERIFFS TAX SALE By virtue of a tax warrant in favor of the Commonwealth Kentucky and Breathitt Count for taxes duo for the year 1007 vs IL S King Trustee which issued from the Clerks office of tin Breathitt COl1nt Court now my hands for collection Ior on of my deputies will on Monday Feb 24 1908 between the hours of 12 oclock m and 2 oclock p m at tho Court louse door in the town of Jackson Breathitt county Ky expose to public sale to tho high est bidder the following propert or so much thereof as rna necessary to satisfy th l nnibiint of the plaintiffsylobt forest nnd cost towit lWJ jB A tract of land lying and being in Breathitt county Kentucky on the North Fork of the Kentucky Grostboundary and description refe once is made to a deed from Hiram GermerI ber 1904 recorded in Deed Book 23 pages 300 301 302 Brsalhi County Clerks office Said tract containing 4071 segos by survey Gerrmar upon as c property of II S King Trustee a defendant in said tax warrant Terms Sale will be made for cash in hand- Amount to be made by this side 15984 advertising 750 total 10734 Witness my hand this the 29 th day of January 1908 BUECK CKAWFQUD S B C SHERIFFS TAX SALE By virtue of a tax warrant in favor of the Commonwealth Kentucky and Breathitt county for taxes duo for thin year 1907 vs Caroline Tcrrill which issued from tho Clerks office of the Breathitt County Court now in my hands for collection I or one of ray deputies willon Monday Feb 24 1908 between tho hours of 12 oclock m and 2 oclock p m at the Court House door in the town of Jackson Breathitt county Ky expose to public sale to the high est bidder tho following propert or so much thereof as may bo necessary to satisfy the amount of the plaintiffs debt interests and costs and Sheriffs commissions towit heinlinFrozen Creek beginning at the mouth of Rock Lick branch on said creek on two sycamore trees on the north sido of said creel thence c and being the same land conveyed by deed by James S Cope and wife to Caroline Tcr rill tho 14th day of April 1890 and recorded in Deed Book No7 pages 330 331 Breathitt County Clerks office to which record reference for boundary is hereby made levied upon as the property of Caroline Terrill a defendant in said tax warrant Terms Sale will be made f cash in hand- Amount ore to be made by this sal 1029 advertising 750 total 1779Witness my hand this the 29th day of January 1908IBUECIC CllAIS FORD S13 C rn r H rr T1of I 11 +c fI rnI tal I 5 w ppyal 1 of a o ma ft o 1 v 1 O 9 i 30 w S r1czoO r Z J m GI t1rr 1 J t i Lm eo 4 O 0It- r T1- f rJ rt r 11 J ffr 0 tlP i LJi u t- tololl uw 0 0 i- y c- jOS Jl = in P ftT11 T1 fr WJ IT s i c t0 q c S l O 1- J Z- k Jt I a S N 11 A f c ea J tr7 t a t J1 The Breathitt News I i J WISE UGINS EDITOR CVSH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAn PulillKlictl Every Friday P Dr C H HURST fPhysician Surgeon Office in the Post Office Building 1 Jackson Phone 5fir- artevssewr w fJIIIIMlMlllllMMMIllUIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIB I J MLlI N T iijar ial I ATTORNEY AT LAW OIWIC13 IX limtHT nllO= = = JACKSON KY f- BimmiiiiminiiiimwniiiiiimiiiiiiiniiE a it Firestcin Kugtcr nro soiling goods nfcoit to malco ready for II 4 spring stock W N Cope of Wayne W i 0 Va is visiting his parents Mr 1sand Mrs TT type Owen Carnnmn the well known salesman of Glay county was call lag on our merchants the first of i tho wceki Miss Miriam Gibson left Wcdi spcnTL1I dayswithapt FW ors family T 11 Ilu bnfrSjohwill open their new sloro on Mninstrcct theI first of next neck wltlm now and- Y t coml lctcline of groceries They sinvite every one to call on them If M V Baily is in a critical lion r dition atlils home on Main street He is paralyzed from his hips P r doirn Ho rrtIuosteTho News to q tell all his friends to u finon him i Her James II Hudson will hoUUsemccs nt the JSlsom schoolhouse near W 5s Turners on Su urday March 28 at 10 n m and f t Sunday Mardh 20 nt 2 p m- Ho would bo pleased to barn nilI his friends and as many others who wish to attend these seri ces l Ed Poi t a barber wno tins I been employed by W H Whita tor nail who claims to bo a min tcr way arrested on a warrant rant charging him with grand lar i ceny by tho Fnycttcl fcourily au Ji thorKTcsr ifo was brought back r Thursday and is now boarding witn Jailer Little A letter from lion John WI Langley at Washington dated February 12th says That the people of Richmond are fighting tho establishment ofa Federal court at Jackson through Senator McCreary but he think he will i get the bill through in spite of fthooppositionjAbout 1500 cattle wero on the market afMt Sterling Monday of rather common quality file- sI Aticst 800 to 1000 pound steers JtoTdfat 125 Yearlings at Si toI 4 4125 Heifers at 3fIO to 4 last r named price for fat stuff Cows t nt 300 to 350 Old cows nudI rough oxen at 2 to 3c t I X It is reported that Allen Creech who stands indicted in this court t e tor killing Charles Robinson on Hunting creak about two years ago t and who broke jail here January c z 18 100G has beers located and cap aLured and will be returned here t for trial by Marshal Stidham who has gone after him 10 Miss Eilio Elkins who has had departmentiw at Day Bros Cos store for the or1IUJtyear has resigned tIle posi J and returned to her homo in 1tion Miss Elkins is a line and can command good trade in any store She madeJ many friends during her stay PohlJo and they regretted to see her leave Marriage LicensesJ i 1 The following 6 r have been issued since our last re r portrFloyd Wright and Mollio Chap 4 man both of Jackscn f9 Jesse Trent aged 16 and El y M voro Man 1 aged 14 both of Rob bins t j 0ii tr I believe Maud Is weakening In her 1 II + championship of the Audubon move r tiucut npalust bird plumage but trim at mingt lz J What makes you tbluk nor r J I notlco In public especially at the lft whitefeatherBaltimore i There Is an old fashioned precaution of keeping a goat In n stable Suppos ing always that the animals are loose I io goat will leave tho stable on the 4 outbreak a Ore and the horses will 9i c follow the goat when no amount ofI j p ftua lon from man will sot tho tort p9 J creatures to budgotoadoa Mall v ga rx t ELECTION THIS FALL Circuit Judge and Com monwealths Attorney Must be Elected November 3 1908 THE LAW THAT GOVERNS The ap6intmpnt of Tames P Atliims iis utt Judge tosu= iceed the late Judge Robert Rid dell and of Kelly Kash to succeed Mr Adams as Commonwealths Attorney for this district Are good only till the next elec tion There mut be an election held in November to fill these of fices A part of the Constitution of the State and an opinion of the Court of Appeals construing that section follows Section 1S2 of the Constitution says Except as otlnrwisj provHcd in this Constitution vacancies in till elec tivo offices shall be filled by election or appointment nn tollows If the uncx pircd term will end At the next succeeding annual election at which either city town county district or State officers are to be elected the omce shall be filled by appointment for the remainder of the term If tho uncx pircd term will not e dat the next succeeding annual election at which either city town county district or State officers are to be elected mid if three months intervenes before said succeeding annual election at which either city town county district or State officers are to be elected the of lice shall bo filled by appointment until said regular election and then said of lice shall bo tilled by election for the remainder of the turn In the case of Todd vs Johnson 00 icy 518 it is decided that Presidential electors nro State offi cers in tho meaning of this section and vacancies in elective offices may bo filled at the succeeding annual election at which president are to bo elected I The Constitution says that if the vacancy occurs three months be foro an election at which either itttcity town county district or Santa oflicer is elected the vacancy SHALL be TIled at that election Uy election The Court of Ap peals decides that a presidential elector is a Hull officer within the meaning of this section of the Constitution and as presidential electors pro to bo elected at the coming election there must feces be an election of Circuit Judge and Commonwealths Attorney Circuit Court Circuit court convened Monday whim James P Adams presiding and Kelly Kash prosecuting The following compose the juries Grand Jury Tildcn Hlanton Elisha Gross Robert Combs Iii Combs Sam Combs Crockett Ritchie John Little Ned Turner Wash Francis IL II Russell John Palmer and Leek Carpenter tilden Bluntou was appointed foreman Petit Jury No 1 Rev E D Hoggs Isaac Fugate Lori Collins Willie Allen John Hays James Richie Jeff Smith Bud Hcnsloy Shade Stacy W W Haddix Hrantley Watts and Tail Calhotm Jury No 2Snlll Raleigh Sam HnysW L Eversole S H Stid ham George W McIntosh Logan Williams John B Lewis Lctchcr Hays II S Noble A C Hudson and Ed Davis ff The grand jury returned an in dictment against Beach Hargis charging him with the willful murder of his father James liar gis and his case set for trillion March 2- Among tho visiting attorneys are M II Holliday Hazard Hon A II Stamper K T Hose and M Tester Campion X T and h C Burst Boxer II T Bcatty Judge G W Gourley Chester Gourley and Sam Hurst batty rills B F Day Mt Sterling L T Caudill Fronchburg Want a Good Meal When in Jackson cnllnt the- ackson Steam Bakery fora square mealor a lunch We can also fur ish fresh breadand crakes doily Mrs B N Spradling Proprietress At the Churches Roy V E Taylor of Cannel City will preach at the Presby terian church next Sunday morn ing and night at trio usual hours A cordial invitation is extended to nil to be present The minister will preach at the Christian church next Sunday morning on the subject The Great Purpose of Christianity At night the subject will bo The Sin of Retaliation The people aro cordially invited to attend these services milro= = iOriginal I One evening when thu United States giwK under General Scott wcro march IIIR from Fern Cruz to tho City of Mex Ice lighting liy tho way revornl olll tiers were cbutilnj In front of u tent I saw Harding today said ono of them IIoulcnnnt Inn Iuul I hadnt seem him since we were graduated at the ioliit six years ago t didnt know ho was with this army I sup posed he wax with General Taylor We were rooiumatcH nt the academy sad used to Intro lots of talks after hips Hording was full of cjiiuur Ideas Ileforc we putted we hud inadb an ngrwmeut common with youngster chums that whichever of the two died first was to appear If possible to tile other 1 wonder how n fellow would take pucii a visitation u3 that remarked ono of time party Hurtling would take It coolly enough put In another He Isnt afraid of the devil So louj as bo didnt believe It su perhumun But supposing him to bo convinced that It was Paul you might try him some time Youd Lave n fiiiB chuncc considering your agreement with him Id have to get killed first or hod liar to think Id been killed added Paul carelessly and the subject was dropped At the capture of the City of Mexico Lieutenant Paul was reported killed He had simply got detached during WHIIO hunt fltfhtln and wns taken pride over but before he could he stut to the rear Mi i itit bittflu turned and he was len to his own sweet will Ilrlng within the M xlcnn limes ho nctded te wnttA bis chance to rejoin the American army He was nUcewss fill mid aleut 9 In the evening appear ed before Bonio of hb brother otUcerx much to their astonishment This would be u Rood opportunity for you to appear In spirit form to Harding suggested one of them lies sure youre dead 80 It would sold Paul I believe IM try IL The others ploased at the prospect of some amusement concealed Lieu tenant Paul till tnldnlRht when hav lug chalked his face taiiKlcd hU hair and daubed a wound over his heart with berry juice he mado ready to liP tear to Ids friend HnrdliiK had gal up Ills tout and was occupying It rime tent laps were thrown buck the light of a full moon streaming within time canvas To avoid n mishap one of time of llcers accessory to tire experiment hud during tho evening gone Into the tent while Harding was not there and ru moved Ilardlngs platol replacing It with another loaded with blank ear trldgcjt An liMiir before midnight Harding was lying awake thinking of the friends he had lost during the tiny nipeclully regretting Paul of vrhom ho yea very tumid He was shaking Into rotlri when n zephyr slowly ft QJ1 dllmon i nirof eire his tout and In It and partly concealed by It was tho figure of his friend When tho cloud drifted on It loft the apparition standing facing time moonlight It was looking straight ahead on vacancy whlto as death eyes hollow hair unkempt and a red smudge on the Ieft breast There was not the slightest movement Harding raised himself upon his el bow and looked Ho had long ago got over any belief in the return of those who have died If ho lad ever had any such belief but thin appear anco of one he felt reasonably sure was dead In this ghastly fashion stag gored him lIe felt no tear though an ludeanable horror began to creep over him n sort of paralysis lIe would have boon relieved at the slightest movement sound anything to break the spell It was the unexpectedness of the manner of his friend keeping Ida appointment If Indeed such It was He had expected Paul to look nt him to speak to him Out here was n fig era turned aside the face ghastly In the moonlight as Impassive as n statue Harding was simply lost In n horrible wonder lIe hind no desire to speak to the apparition or whatever It was Ho would not have known what to nay If ho hail inch a desire All the while something like a chill from a sepulcher was creeping over him If iijr uue afterward had asked him how hang the apparition lasted ha would hue asld pet less than flftcau or twenty minutes by the watch Yet up to this point not more than ninety see onds bad been ticked Then cam the only change In the figure that was mantle during Its stay The down of n smile appeared on the face Imperceptibly It broadened till a ghastly grin extended from ear to car Paul heard a moan from within the tent arid Immediately strode away to some of leis comrades who were wait Ing sad told them to go nt once to handing They found him cold as death and Insensible One sprinkled his face another chafed him while n third poured brandy down his throat Presently ho revived Paul did not go near him till he lad got the chalk off his taco and larding had been In formed that he was alive and the whole thing hud been Intended for n practical Joke Its the way you did It that finished me said Harding Men talking like ghosts Is nil nonsense You cant make n ghosts voice out of n human beings You played your part well Hut how did you contrive the cloud turned n little powder and fanned time smoke past the face of your tent ELI1KUT O I1ENTLEY FOR SALE Threw good bay horses sizes 15 15i and 16 hands high fine work ers and saddlers Also four yoke of heavy work oxen Call on or address Henry B Noble Lost Creek Ky- Seventyfive bushels of assorted corn for sale near the mouth of Jetts creek J D Moore Jack son KfIA h 4 Farmeto the Southwest are getting rich on the Increasing value of their farms Not sq jcjy many years ago Illinois and Iowa land sold for ten priceLookbetter thanithen What caused the price to go up People nothing butAcopIe and lots of them History will repeat itself in the Southward only it will not take so long The Southwest is I growing vcriifost much faster than any other section of the United States Tlartl in time Southwest is just as goodas Illinois Iowa or Nebraska d But there is more land than there are people thats the o rd1son its so cheap How long do you think it will- take the Souiwest to get ajj many people to the farm acre as Illinois or Iowa hn Wj Just about five yearsten at the very outside When that t comC You will have to pay just as much for land in the Soutlntyou would pay in Illinois or Why iMbuy your farm in the IowaIcan get itchcheap enough Jar you to a one years hence JW H be looked upon just as the man who owns 640I wentodoleading orractdeUhlf1weatherSoltthweatloroad Inronnatontthese stsUt IOlIih to have Ill send you absolutely free any oftlicsa oooki fou want onlyInterestedlllft alan nelr IInel To IUcb mtn nery psslble I tneIYIIInnWrits to aind let ui help you and a better location f JOHN SEBASTIAN PaaTrafficMgr Roes Ihand Line and Chicago dr Eastern Illinois R R ChkaaoID1 Ili t GOODnigsa- TO L NGTON The IJ Jtt9d tomes closet to QUI bce i Decidedly ihtlwtlilaeo for a irp Diambf Wife locks L lost rt Jhat trware Cut Glls OpticialjGoods HEfNWZ jEWri OPPOSITE tP110ENIX LEXiNCy life Y It1 1OIic r When Woman Was Made EUITOII NEws I H Please allow meI ace to ar swer tho Irvine coBf4ppndoit who wants to know wnicu7otiian was made fl Man was made on tlo sixth day of creation Thus to heavens and the earth weretjfytshed and all the hosts of them Yoman was finished last and made liner for God always ascends i creation And on tho seventh day God ended His work which Ho md made Ho did nothing on tlo scventl day but bless it W man wa made tho last on tho si Itday for all the hosts of them titles thai beyond doubt v In the 21st verse tin inspired penman gives a repel Ion and particularlircs the mode V Gods work On the lixth day o made her from the rib of minear the heart not from the hcad cst she have supremacy nor fr mthe root that she may not bdrodden down but near tho heart where she was to bo His equah iriVcVcry particular Convolution ff convolution flesh of my4Jlelr in every particular save thqlitTer enco which is implied in the OltlI womb man A man all OC only with that organ out of sight but still there This is included row the fact that ho was in Gods ilm ness And to be in God like acre was eternal generation We lave no faculties to explain that uutI there it is an object of faith J And now Mr Corrrespon nt wo put a question to you 1 hilt time and how long did it Jake Adam to name all tho birds o the heaven beasts of time foreitl1ud and tho animal world that we 1cl1r of in modern science An drly answer will be welcome I W D EmvAitn Patsey Estill cou ty Senator Knox of Penn Ivaa willadvocate the establislimon tlof I a Federal court at J ck on r t 4ii r t +t r- FOR SALE TOWN LOTS ddrcss S S Taulbee Jackson Ky FOR RENT I will rent to tho highest and host bidder on Saturday February 15 1908 the Wm B May farm near the mouth of Wolfe creek There art ibout 25 acres of love i laud for corn 10 acres in grass 80 acres of hill land good orch and and Rood dwelling and out buildings Rent payable Novem ber 1st Bond with approvedse curity Call on or write II C MAY Admr 9tf Bush Branch Ky B r non 8 O SAMPLE ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and Councclors at Law CABIlTOX KY This firm will practice in all tho courts of Wolfe and adjacent coun ties Special attention to Corp ration Law and Real state Liti gationOflices Second Floor Farmers Traders Ban- kSHERIFFS TAX SALE By virtue of a tax warrant in favor of tho Commonwealth of Kentucky and Breathitt county or taxes duo for the year 1907 vs annio Cockrill which issued from he Clerks ollice of the Breathitt aunty Court now in my lands r collection Ior one of my deputies will on Monday Feb 24 1908 between the hours of 12 oclock m and 2 oclock p m at the Jourt House door in the town of Jackson Breathitt County Kentucky expose to public sale to the highest bidder the following property or so much thereof as play be necessary to satisfy the amount of the plaintiff debt in terest and costs nnd Sheriffs corn missions towit A parcel of land lying and bo ing in Bronthitt County Ken Lucky on the North Fork of the Kentucky river and adjoining the laud of Squire Gambill and being the same land laid oil to Fannio Cockrill out of her fathers estate tho estate of Thomas Sewcll deceased in tho division of said estate and for moro particular de scription of said parcel of land reference is hereby made ton deed for same from Watts Parker Mas ter Commissioner of the Fayctte Circuit Court to Fannie Cockrill and others of date 3d day of July 1S8G recorded in Deed Book No 4 pages 4155 to 465 Inclusive Brcathitt County Clerks oflice being the land at the place named as deeded to Fannie Cockrill in said deed levied upon as the property of Fannie Cockrill a defend ant in said tax warrant Terms Sale will be made for cash in band- Amount to bo made by this sale 546 advertising 800 total 1340 2QthdVBaEOK CnAwroRD S D 0t ti TIyV tt 9u It DEPOSITED HERE I weekly for lire rears with interest at 3 per cent compounded scmiannually added do you know what it t Would Amount ToV J If deposited in your name you would have just sr 56200- e 4 and theres many a young man and woman in Jackson working on n salary who could easily deposit ttn weekly k ARE YOU ONE OF THEM 1 r1 JACKSON DEPOSIT BANKV l 1nJ- Lt y 3333al-n G1 t M IXED c f I I f f 4tV x i PAINTS r 1VJust received a full line wf11 wliich we 11alanteeG N- lite r x r J Iii k or jf t 111 1 1 ff J rlo1t VI Fi G Will cover more space lastithanil ill 1 any other paint made Call I and see color cards and oet j IP1U pllceSP1 11 Jackson Drug Co 1 c e 7egiij1i ofc f F o is a 09 its0000IiIs F 0 o o ftif F fl l O ll t e 1 You Will Get All Thats If Coming to Youo f it i iL THERE IS NO FAKERY 0 i W f fIn our method of business for evpry dollar fa you pay us you get ono hundred conts value iu i Sy f t return 4 i r f We Believe Ill Square Treatment s1it 0Your moneys worth all the time Wo might jjl 9useup a pogo of s taco talking about our goods then you wouldnt know how good they are g l m COME TO OUR STORE m 1 iSoyou can see for yourselfthats the surest way 041 F Crawford IliCo mJACKSON KENTUCKY rM 0G a MONUMENTS I Headstones and Markers rI r My line ofl designs are the latest and I can also prepare special ideas presented by my customers I If in need of work in my line call and see me or cardII Prices reasonable SHELYRShop Located Mear the 3rldoi Jackson Ky 11 1t CI 1 cc i= y r- i A DEATH STRUGGLE This Is Haw Our Correspondent Characterizes Senatorial Fight a RS and Local Opllon Bill 116 rALL OTHER INTERESTS SUFFER Session of Kentucky Legislature Hal f I Over and Practically Nothing Has IDeen Done Nor Is There Much Pros pect of Anything Being Done Until BrokenIInteresting Notes on the Tense SI nation Prevailing at Frankforti Frankfort Ky Feb 18Tho sena tonal rnco and the county unit local option hill are still In the throes of a death struggle that Is liable to drag every other interest Into Its vortex nnd all sink or swim as a result of that struggle The session is over half gone and practically nothing has bee done Dth sides are afraid to vot on any Important legislation for fear It may have some effect on the sena w tonal fight The tobacco legislation is being neglected school legislation is being neglected in fact everything is being postponed or neglected The legislative bodies remain In session but a short time each day and seem 4posItively averse to doing any saris Democrats say the count unit bill will pass the house this week while the Republicans say it will not Those who claim to be the best posted say Justus they did last week that senator will not be elected till tb county unit bill Isidlsposcd of finally in some way OfcoiTijpajtbore are a mnnqsay if Dradloy could get enough vole to tie Beckham ho would walk out of z the house and not vote on that ballot thus electing Bradley Another man will tell you that ho has heard throt or four Republicans who are strong fo tho county unit bill say that If th tow liquor Democrats try tq comblne iwfth tho Republicans and elect anyone itiut Bradley they will vote for Beck ham Still another man will tell you that tht county unit bill has nothing to do with lf and that Bradley will win as soon ns one of the Democrats In the a houso Is unseated which event will occur this Week or next r This legislature fe not far behind its predecessors ill the number of scarecrow bills before It By scar crow bills Is meant bills that are l troduced Just to scare some corporation or some Interest into doing some- thIng or paying something to have the bill defeated A story Is told on one y green member that he asked an old i m w cblild get some rail s roaapasstfsf5i Jjfs friends1 He jyas told that the proper and usunl way was to introduce a bill to require railroads to push their trains with I romotlrcsinstcad of pulling them lb drew up the bill nnd was about to offer it but his joking friend found f out just in time to prevent it The average new memBer wishes to make a rcecord too and keeps his cam palgn promises by introducing bills on all Imaginable subjects The titles to theso bills are published in the newspapers and usually that Is th last cycr heard of them for they die In the committee and the author ra- 1Itturnsbomo and tells how he mado n I desperate effort to have his Important measures passed but he could mak no headway because the corporations fought them when as a matter of fat no corporation probably over heard of his bills They have made a ree cord though and usually run fo congress on It then retire to the cool Ing shades of private life This Is no always tho case however for five of tho Kentucky congressmen viz A D James Ben Johnson AV P Kimball Harvey HolnVnhdTJphn Langley hav served in the legislature Congress Men Olllo James Owsloy Stanley Cwagar Sherley Joe Rhlneck J B Bennett and D C Edwards had never cerved In tho legislature e During tho first two weeks of this cession It looked like every member of the legislature wanted to have the honor of Introducing a bill to repeal the dogtax law Two or three bills repealItfirst bill passed would be one to take the tax off of dogs A change has taken place however and now It seems very doubtful If the tax is re repealbll1spremises tho candidates pledging themselves to Introduce a bill to re legislature lees but now tho sheep men are mak- Ing themselves felt Several delega cQuntiestees having tho bills In charge and uhllo tho discussions have been warm and the antldogtnx men have j oen In sistent there has been a decided change In sentiment The sheep mis beginningtociated that hundreds of sheep were o last year by dogs but the own ers have been paid full value for the donebmforogiven a further trial of two years It heIoroughlythat the law is an absolute necessity end works no hardship on anyone passedOOUIproval of tho governor these two booI ing a bill giving the governor the power to appoint a stenographer for his office and a bill providing for several Messengers and stenographers for tho tennto and house A number of billsI however have passed ono may pass the other before tho sessionJ IICrecollusp + w of 4r JtI t + 9 Ithe hoUSC and Way como up In tlTc sen ato this week and be passed The Newman bill to prevent the sale of adulterated or misbranded field seeds has passed tho senate and It carries with It an appropriation of 2000 a year to have seeds tested by the Ex periment Station and If found to be adulterated or mlsbranded the dealer will bo fined Tho Newman bill appro printing 40000 for buildings on tho state fair grounds In Louisville has also passed tire senate Other bills that have passed the senate but not tho houso arc as follows Appropriat ing 30000 a year to carry Into effect tho bill to prevent the sale of adul drussIFixing the salary of tho lieutenant at 2500 questiontof amending the constltuilon so that property may be classified for taxation Giving the builder of a partnership line fence n lien on the land for the cost of the leave Appropriating 50000 for n new gov ernors mansion The following bills have passed the house but not tho senate The Gi ocellus tobacco bill the Lll olard pure fdod drug and liquor bill Is the same as the bill passed by the senate Politics must bo a very fascinating gang for It seems as if it onto gets n good hold on n young man ho now lets It alone As an example of this tho two nominees for United States senator W 0 Bradley and J C W usDCCkhnm were both In their boyhood repybued with politics while associating with tho politicians In the legislature and both have followed the game till parein tho historical sessions of 186162 bynTwenty years later In 18S1S2 fleck allpolntedacounty who was sergeant at arms that session espoI dally against tho Simmons bills which seeks to eradicate tuberculosis from dairy cattle by the compulsory admin istration of the tuberculin test understate supervision and providing for an indemnity not exceeding 50 for each Infected cow that Is destroyed by or der of the state authorities Dr H D Rodman president of the Kentucky Dairymens association and others who have urged the passage of the bill say it is In the Interest of public health nnd Is the only way to secure billnsay the tuberculin test Infalllbfe and not nearly so good as the bacteriological test and intimate that tho bill is really In the Interest of the veterinary surgeons The bill is bq putfymlh of the campaign In the and better milk but it Ih aoulitfiiliHhout Itbeing pulsed importanceweek- t Act providing for official stenograph ors for circuit courts at 1200 per year salary Act to award tho deposits In the hands of the state treasurer and sher iffs to tins highest bidder Act to prevent the opening of thee afros on Sunday Act to prohibit any officeholder from serving as committemen for any politi cal party Act to reduce the state tax on In 10e0 iho100sAct to regulate the manner In which common carriers shnll settle claims for loss of or damage to freight staterAct to authorize the use of tins old totr another state normal school Act to provide for better schoolhouses and to establish a state board foteschool buildings Act authorizing the commissioner of ngriculturo to furnish poison to the tobacco growers of each county and appropriating money to pay expenses of warfare against tho tobacco fly The constitution provides that not more than two proposed amendment to it can be voted on by tho people at nny ono election and that tire legtsla tore shall not authorize n vote on more than two amendments at any ono see slon The senate has already passed two hills authorizing votes on two pro posed amendments and therefore can not authorIze any moro this session unless Ufa house should refuse to con cur In those already passed This cuts off nny chance to vote on the amend mont which proposes to allow a vote of tho whole state on prohibition un Ill next session Ono of the two bllla passed by the senate proposing nn amendment to tho constitution Is of vital Importance as it provides for the Jlasslficatlon of property for taxation JOHN II STUART AngryOne dlv Ing line upon those who practice It said a veteran diver 19 the Invariable bad temper felt while working at tho bottom raid as this Irritability passes away ns soon as the surface Is reached ngalu It Is only reasonable to suppose that It is caused by the unusual pressure of air Inside the dress affecting the lungs and probably through them tho brain My experience inns been that while below one may fly Into the most violent passion at the merest trifle For Instance the life line may be held too tight or too slack too much nlr or too little or some Im aginary wrongdoing on the part of the tender or the urea above will often cause thu temper to rise I have some times become so angry In a similar way thnt I have given the signal to pull up with the express Intention of knocking the trends off the entire crew but ns tire surface was ncarcd nnd the weight of nlr decreased my feelings hove gradually undergone a change lr the bettor until by tho time I reach the ladder nnd had the fnce glnss unscrewed I had forgotten entirely what it was I came up forNcw York Press A i4 T J VVhofr will beI PresidentThis nnd every man must rend to keep posted on politics Th- oCOURIERJOURNAL Henry Wtittcrsun Editor Is n Democratic Newspaper but it prints tho news ns it develops One dollar n year is the price of The Weekly- CourierJournal But you can net that paper nnd Tho Urcnthitt County News Both One Year F- or15O If you will give or send your order to the News NOT to The CourierJournal Daily CourierJournal 600 a Year Sunday Courier Journal 200 a Year We can give you a combination cut rate on these if you will write to The News UMBRELLA HOLDEX Made of Material to Suit the Hang- Ings of the Room These holders will bo found very con enlent to hang In a cupboard ns good umbrellas ire apt to get damaged if left In the hall stand They look I well made in fig ured linen or of any material to suit the hangings of tho room The ono shown In tho Illustration is of linen with a cream ground and red roses A yard of thirty six inch material Is cut into five parts two pieces for the back which measures thirtyfour inch es loag and eight Inches In width the gussets anti phles measuring Wilrty Inches long mid four Inches wide for tho front cut one piece thirty inches by seven Inch es wide To makeup the holder fIt put the two back pieces to gether and OP fiocnED minx them round blntI top and six inches down on each with braid Stitch the two the trout picco and make a deep hem at the top then stitch on to tile back down each side null across the bottom i folding the gussets In and stitching them across twice Secure two brass rings to the top corners to complete tlin article I HEALTH AND GOOD LOOKS How to Obtain and Keep These Blessings I Dont let fho thought that you can- r not at all times get to sleep when you wish causa you any anxiety for often tho tear of Insomnia has a vonto ef feet on line system than tho lack of sleep Often n bath Just before re tiring Is uilrnntajjeoua Mako tho attempt to learn why you do not sleep do this during tho day not at night then rnnko every posse blo effort to correct your habits and you probably will succeed To take a raw egg separate an egg beat tho yolk till thick and lemon colored and the whlto till It Is stiff then blend them adding n heaping tablespoonfiil of powdered sugar a dash of soft and two tablespoonfuls of brandy brandy cooks the egg so that tho taste to which soma object Is rawI There Is nCKirlshmeut enough In make a meal for say oua with a weak stomach Wrinkles In a young per sons taco lira often merely line of congestedcores tiny Ihies of black heads which will bo found upon open lug a wrluUIe Steaming the face gen tly aftarwunl massaging tho wrjjiklca easily with cold cream will produce a wonderful effect Steaming must not bo dodo often however OHCO n week bolus frequent enough For odorous perspiration make a powder of onehalf ounce of oleato of zinc oua ounou of powdered starch and ono icrtipla of salicylic acid Mix thoroughly Buy sown salicylic soup und use that to wash the parts most affected Dry and wipe over with toi lot vlnemsrThe vinegar holes to con tract tho pores preventing perspira tion After wiping with vinegar dust on tho powder Put on fresh linen as often nn posslblo and wash tbo dress shleldu every day using tho salicyllc soup The greatest man who wver lived In this community was Dug Skinner broad mlnucd big hearted nud brll liant and yet he dted with all his tai emits nnd goodness unsuspected now did you and out about 1t7 I married his widow Houston PostMr Stnbb Yes Mary Ellen says she Is dying to get a position as cook on ocunlncrMrs In surprise Gracious What ever put that In her head 7 Mr BtubbWhy sine read that there are 3000 pieces of crockery broken Avery voyo CblclliU l1w r K h FOR SMALL KITCHENS rI- FurnhhlngtPractical at Affec t Comfort of the Entire The condition of the kitemmay at feet the comfort of an eutl liouxe tor If cook Is not good tentrOaeYawllY IM apt to know It by the Mea sin- sends to the table For tlil reason 1 for no other It t tbe to wake the womans wrtrVStan too rco nt klattractive as itosue antt much may be douo with thfpnhtry Shelves covered with rutbee clot not only look well but nntnroie easel c kept clean than If bare or tovpred wit taper The cloth can be vlped over with u damp rag and ina i flcrfectly fresh whereas wool IlU the use of soap nud wore tboroupbdrying Ia I per rumples and turns to allow dust or crumbs to get Whatever U should be I so cut ns to ooneathJ rout shaped Into scallops fiefs h and also prevents the stulitiirulng up to become a dust trap E A tack nt each borne frqut and track Is sufficient to hoUlnnd should not be driven In as farwjtlic head for It Is then wore dl It to trot when the time arrival tolmove tho covering iVcKCtables such as poUtocs oulons and the like frequently ratlin a kitch en pantry lire opt to attract bugs If not carefully looked II eIL The best receptacles for such eata IPS are gal vanised Iron palls which III not warp or toll apart and from Ublcli the dirt IH easily washed Tile abjection to having vegetables clcaue vwhcn they como Into tho house is tbit water will ofteu cause thew to deem before they can be used h a If as Is tile case In rime summer houses there Is no pnoti worn effort will be required to malfe shelves In the kitchen look well nnd neat Old window shades will do both of these To accomplish this cut beron from n curtain anti measure II tho length of tho shelves Fasten the brackets a the shelf so that a whlto curtain tacked to the roller will hang COFO nfelthor side and overlap It about on Inch Fasts a ring to the slat In t of hem of the curtain to pull It dowi and raise by and you will be surprl + t to see how long you can keep it c4iilaand how nice It will look It you want the cupboard dark to help In keeping out flies use a dark colored curtain outside if tho white ono and tacked with It to tho shelf and roller This mnkejh vert neat llttlo cupboard and Ise fly tf t clean as the white curtl1ln outy quIre to be soaked a few hon 1ht m suds nOlI thou boiled rinsed Mod and returned to the she If the shelves auu s behind them are painted whiwjrnpaper rauy bo dispensed with am the care of tIle cupboard will bo much toss ns the changing of paper Is more bother than wiping off the shelves with a cloth wrung from suds Cretonne Is sometimes used for the shelves and Is very prct fof the pur pose cspcciall It I small stand with a eewlncr bqqk pn ushlsfthefor tho kitchen wl1 Is plenty ot room to sit in fort i unusual thing these days + Sponge Cup After baking sponga cake batter In cups remove apiece from the bottom TJlurgef a generous e russo mix A Novel Ham Pub It Is partlculaly attractive whoa served ns a sllll1 at luncheon or sup per wys tho Ddlnentor Thicken n quart of rich mlk by letting It stand in a warm but nd hot place overnight Then put It Into cheesecloth bag and let It drain thor ighly When It will drip no longer tat the drained milk for a few minutes or until It Is smooth mud creamy ndi half a teacupful of sweet cream wIll pepper nnd salt to taste and at tlj last moment half H pound of finely chopped cold boiled ham from whip nil tbo fat has boon removed tsgether thoroughly nnd serve on qisp lettuce leaves gar nished with sited olives IThe TJent of Talking bo n good talker tell tr as possible When not possible keep still Ilcmcmber unpleasant frank ness unkind 2pllllons harsh judg ments are nllrt of truth When you ro among people do not foci as If u must at onco make a special etfo to be different from what you always IreILet yourprnln work as It would IfIyou were n1 home alone amid then OUI will be sue to say rind do Just asI bright nndcutcrtalnlng things as OUI Imagine jwrself saying and doingI when youiro alolleINot Question of GrammarIFrom ie grammatkal Htandnolnt snld the pr maid with the lofty fore head wflch do you consider correct I hurl ricer go home or I would rather goiouieV Xeltho promptly responded the young ruin Id much rather stay hero Asvrera Those llers farms for saleIor contemplating the sale of r that when a farm Is t- liatvd will un agent with the under stanJln lmt lrots to have a commis- sIon saQ vmmlKston Is only collect bio ou tbcLona fide sale of such propa erty by It agentG IIaspeechlmnVn tlif cup by the use of my legs i I trust muypever lose tho use of my i fees bjtho usp 01 this cupXalIJl1l Cllr Jal J IN1 J 4 IPI TAILORED CLOTHES to Successfully Press Coats Inay and Skirt Itt costs a dollar to have a skirt sponged and pressed nnd dollars for overyrgrooved unless the costume shows signs of being well rated for + Although it IK inn work to do ones own pressing the girl who tuts more tohspend some strength for the sake of JlrlIa skirt board of which one end should be perfectly squared a sleeve board u seam board u heavy mud medium Iron and n small one with ono end slightly turned up A tailors goose Is a good thing to have but It Is so heavy that the averagu girl cannot manipulate It So the heavy Iron trust bo roads to takp Its place This last is used mainly for pressing the bottoms of skirts When one Un been caught In the ruin the skirt should never bo wom again until wcU pressed especially nt the bottom matter how haudsomo a dress may 1 If wrinkled by the rata It Is unsightly All mud spots having been removed tire skirt should be put wrong side over a skirt board und a fow outI of the bottom thoroughly wiped a wet cloth A dry cloth should then be laid on and the heavy Iron moder mutely hot should be applied while tuu skirt Is held taut and smooth The weight of tbo iron will hold It down at one cud nnd the left hand should draw It at the other After tho untltv skirt has been treated In this way start over again with a moderate Iron this time possibly without any cloth Intervening It will bo found that tho material will be of uniform dampness all around Iron smoothly and unre wittingly until absolutely dry Very often mere pressing with a moderate Iron will ire found sufficient for the rest of the rklrt na it is the button which suffers moat on account of its thickness Frequently If a dress of thin mate rial Is wrinkled wen hanging up smoothly in the damp night air will re pair the evil Hotter yet It Is to fold It smoothly nut lay It awing In n trunk for a Ume If necessary to really press however wipe lightly one breadth at time with n wet cloth and Iron wit moderate heat always passing from hpm to baud with tho grain of tin goods never from brand to hew never noose if this Injunction Is not followed tho set of the skirt may lie entirely altered It may be found too short all around or of uneven length One mother Is accustomed to glue such order as the following Iron the whlto skirt for wJth but tho blue ono for length Which means Unit line blue quip must bo ironed with tho grain of tho Roods while across tins grain Is best for the white goods Thin IH Worth Ucmlloir Leo F Xellnkl of O Gibson St Buffalo N Y sops I cured tin meet nnxyhiK cull sore 1 ever hid ftllplledthiswhen every Inceof the sore wu gent II eat nil tore Sold under guuante- et Jackson Drug store 25o v A New Perfume For the Oath A deliciously refreshing perfume for the bath U the salts of genuine enu dt cologne A tablespoonful or possibly double the quantity If one likes tho odor especially strong put In the bathtub makes tho water soft and delight Pal to use Can dc cologne is marvel ously refreshing nt a l times and thes extract of salts In the bath will d much to take away the fatigue of long day or start one off In tho mart lug Invigorated nod moro than ready tor tho days work The various toilet waters are all delicious flho bath if used In snot quantltlesTuut none run equal this now salts of eau do cologne MtMllcluo That In Medicine I hays suffered a good deal with mnlirla and itomnch coinpainls but 1 havu now found a remedy lust keep mo well and that remedy Is EketriI- tttten A medicine that IK rnedicln- for stomach and liver troubles end for run d awn conditions jayi W 0 Ktertler of llallldar Ark Electric Hitters purify end enrich the blood tone up the nerves and impart vigor and energy to the week Your money will be refunded If it falls to help you 50o ot Jnokson Drug itore GIVE THEM THE BEST excpsGformatter of nny kind or provided with the clump trashy kind when to much that Is wholesome und full of human Interest can be got at such a reason able figure Hawthornes tales Try lungs Sketch Book tho works of Scott and Dickens Tennysons Idylls of the King and Enoch Ardcu Longfel lows Bvungellno and Hlawntha with tho later works of Louise M Al colt and Kate Douglas Wlggln are but few of tho many good books that should bo within reach of the children every home If they hays Intellec foal provender of this kind they wont caught up In tho haymow with clg nretteH and yellow backed trash or attempt to wreck tho nearing passenger train In their endeavor to put tho rub blsh they read Into practice Mrs Hoyle Ilnvo you anything laid aside for a rainy day Mrs Doyle Yes but I can find only one of my rubbersNew York Press Marked For Death Three years ago I was marked for A graveyard cough was tlarI nc my lungs to pieces Doctors failed help me and hope had fled when my husband gut Dr Kings New DU covery sops Mr A 0 Williams of nee Ky The fleet dues helped mn improvement kept on until I had t1 68 pounds In Wright and tny 5 health wen fully restored Pub med holds the worlds healing record fur coughs and colds and lung and throat diseases It prevents pneu 4 monla Sold under gusrHiitea at the Jackson Drug store li0e and 1 00- yt 1ilal bottle Cr eIp FLORIDA AND NEW ORLEANS VIA C i I QUEEN 6 CRESCENT ROUTE 1 IWinter Tourist Tickets IForA Dangerous Operation Is the reniuvnl ot rite appendix bq- a surgeon None wino Uke Dr KlnaV New LlfH Iilln U ever ciilijiclvd to this frightful ordeal They work so Tarkr cure mesa hud innlaria Stc nt Juckitiu Drug storn With the exception of Great counI LE RAILWAY WINTKll TI3I15 TAULK EFFECTIVE NOV 18 IDOGI NO 1 xo 3 WESP BOUND Dully Daily Ex IAMLr Jackson G 10 2 JO O K Junction 0 15 2 2 Elkntawa G 20 2 30 Athol G 40 2 G2 Tnllcjra t 49 9 00 St Helens C 59 S ll HcnttyvilloJunct 7 07 3 20 41hDundee 7 52 1 03 dFilson S OJ 4 1 815 4 Clay City 8 25 4 3rl IHt K Junct 9 00 ti OJ Winchester 9 12 5 2- lr 0 LexinL tan fl 55 G 0- 5to2 Np4 EAST BOUND Unity Duil Ex Sun PM A JV Lv Lexington 2 25 7 3ft Winchester 310 813 2FeStanton 410 9 10 Filson 4 20 9 24 Xundoov 4 37 9 IH 3e50 17StTnllojia 5 37 10 3 Athol 5 Jill0 4 Elknlnwu o 00 11 10 15ACONNECTIONS L E JUNCTION Trains Nos 1 and 3 will make connections Sterlingrtrnns connect with Mountllin Con ndCnmnton NOTIONTrains 1 i antifrom0KJUNCTIUNTral No 3 nnd 4 with tho Ohio Kentucky for local stations on 0 K Ky AeO K RAILWAY EFFKOTIVK NOV JU ItlOO WEST HOUND Daily Ex Sun 1ST CLASS Sri CLASS A W r N Lv 00OFrozen 11 31 3 33 1CWilhurstHampton 11 51 4 05 30LeefiGArEAST BOUND Daily Ex Sun 2n OIASS JIlT OLA A M r u Lv 00Helechawa 23Kose44Wilhurst 57Frozen 25ArlelesCltnnelleaves Jackson at 4 00 p m M L CONLEr Gen Mgr Mountain Central Depart Arrive 45 a m Campton 11 30 a m 1111Arrn m 00 p m Campton Jun 4 40 p m I t Make connection with all L E passenger trains s t II WITNOUTa CN OE On Salo NoTcmbcf lIt Good Returning May 3ht 19071 IGET RICH QUICK e I Schemes of this cltss have again come to grief along with the gullible investors causing serious loss to innocent business concerns as is always the case of panics in Wall St freshnn t an opportune moment toigreatest of all Newspapers the Cin cinnati Enquirer From its columns can readily detect the trend of lone its lodging places by handled uses made of it and final results Again you read quotations pr Bonds Stocks and Securities of every nature fixing Status of all business from the retailer to United Slates Government Also Current News facts andre liable data covering the entire world all sufficiently explicit to enable thinking people to avoid snags and follow the channel of success Its extra size and high price is the secret of its ability to discover obtain print and serve its patrons with all the news and cater to wants ol people In every calling of life Weekly Enquirer for the 4year 2008 has greatly increased its 4 tubbing offers which now include pubcationsVcr half the regular Subscription ales Do not overlook the fact that the year 1008 promises to excel in pros perity arty of the past and that the Enquirer printed at Cincinnati tI Ohio is one of the most reliable source of information YOUR PRINTlNG aw i 1It should be n fit roproionUUva your biuinoas which means the high grade artistic kind theta 1 tho kind wo do CARDS ENVELOPES LETTER HEADS STATEMENTSt fcjBILL HEADS ETC Anything and everything fothe tpriui of jumper vo do not handle thata j tho good enough Itisnt eat isfactory to thu printer or tine corn fsinner The heat is none to for our rTI1Ear y Believes In dealing iu tho best and always has bgHoytd in it Call at our olfico and look over onr samples of litter heads mi 1 vclopos business tntionorywed ding invitations oiid ladies calling cards Youll be pleased with tho work nod prieea will suit THE NEWS i Main St Over Postoffice Jr t 1 I W H Henderson fittr t J I Ayres Street Ojip Putt OntoetLEXINGTON KY t DEALER IN t Grain Seeds Feedf t IVllest Rye Barley Oats and Corn KentuckyHue n Hay Straw Mill Feed t t 1 iLL TliE COUGH r i AND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings I New Discovery PFOR 110 JANDGUARANTEED OB MONEY SATIRFAOlOR1l 1 q a S tf1 2Ji1 R y