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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, December 18, 1908. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1908 bre1908121801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Breathitt County news: n. Friday, December 18, 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. 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judged Stationery other Printed Matter it out Ab0tYoiPfIflIt J iV A tha is a I cr g t lfirmlit1f rcq- t ircs an intricate I ar and then a first class rnechanjc tot execute it Send your next order Atd 0 I L e tftreathdtr r r County Wows d 1PHONE O3 elms V Ia+am- 4r I o 1 il iji t t t P trt u tii+ + iisrir l T LIJ Etlk li xst1i111 mlf31 I- Z i UAL CO a- dsl t- t1 J1 t i3 t A t ANCESUR 9 ate i 1 d2Ft 11 Mt l IJI11 REAL ESTATE l- f i lt l deFA I LOANS NEGOTIATED sr- tF tai AGENCIES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL T JWINS 5 1 tr KENTUCKY fe i IN EASTEfM 5 yr siSr Want Live Energetic Men to Represent fc UsfJ i t mn Unoccupied Territory r III 1 4f 1f Com GOmmlrnlCdtlOnSto t Address AU 3 ttucltnY j ty1 lilt of m Q GOG p r r + 1r CITIZENS A1EET HAnd Pledge Themselves 5to Aid in Enforcing the Law i Tlio meeting of tho Citixrns League at the court house lust Friday wits attended bneopl- w from nit parts of tlio county and the court house woVcrowded not withsllll1dinJ the Ln tiller Addresses were l hr Judge S S Taulbco Ic- iJ nn rpato II J T rniiWQ1 r wIll CIO passed througli the rttlaicuctrith the following pledge printed thircon Tin undersigned being n citizen of IJrcnthitt county KJ and tfo sirous of cooperutfng al other good citizens pf llroaUiitl- courity jh stamping Olf nil plunge r lIIIii 4nf vroponco una gQtl ordercd I tt K ysdf to the gobi tyLIlrcalhittcountynndtc oillCcrsof the Inw to divufo tc- illc fll or the Inw any opt all IDtorumtion1tnuve or mns obtai r either directly or indirectly thil- will lead to tho proscciuimrahfl conviction ofall persona for nit forms of violations of law in liroiilhitt c uoti and I promino to be specialty vigilant in obtaining such inforuifltion1 agaihft thsiila Isofrlant nl otiilrfittaplbl tthway or iptll9t of i1S1itness my Ilandthisday ufjp 100 i t lliclfworp si ned by several hun tired persons Any one wishing to siun tins pledge can cut this out and sign aniimini to Ref Z 1Ijo Secretary Jackson jRy The followinjr resolutions o lIiyM uC t Chester were unnnimously nj od Whereas the great natural resources of Eastern Kentucky mnhc it one of tho most promising fields for investment in the South and whereas the people beyond its orders imvtvyery erroneous views concerning conditions in that sec tioitof this State and whereas uvc are in sympathy with the dominant forces of that region in civic betterment and whereas wo appreciate the importance of united action on the part of nil tho coun ties in Eastern Kentucky to assure the outside world that hiv and9F der now prevail and will be main taimd anti that nil who may conic to Eastern Kentucky or who may invest their money there will bo protested and find heart welcome now therefore within view lo es tablishing conlidcnco and taking counsel together concerning tho common weal bo it resolved I That a convention of tho counties of Eastern Kentucky bo ing the counties lying east of Mason Fleming and Bath in the Ninth Conglssionnl District all the coups in the Tenth Congress all tho counties lying on the east of Madison Gar rard and Lincoln in the Eighth COIllrc8sionaJDistlct and all the counties lying east of tho Knox vine branch of the Louisville and Nashville railroad be called and held in Jackson on the first Wed nesday in May 1909 at twelve oclock 11 to consider the best means of prescrvinglaw lind order of satisfying capital that it will find welcome and protection of advancing the interests of religion unit education of improving tho public highways of utilizing the water powers of improving agri cultural conditions andcoMilakiflg1 it known to the world that this section is inhabited by descendants of the best AngloSaxon and IIugor1 not blood that came to America and that the only drawbacks to their development and progress have been the lack of transports do ciJitjesoJ educationalad vantages lluclIlitulwith which to malt available the Vast natural resources withwhich God lies blessed them 2 That the County Judges of said counties be and are hereby f Irequc4tcd to nJiJoiJ1Ylleast five I dekgitcs from amonr their con JlituenLc without rc p 9t to poll will bo mst likely to take nn interest in tliefpurposesr of said convpntion f 3 Tliafcthe chairman of this raectuig app fit an ucutiyc com mittcc of seven suitable persons whose duty it sholp eJo promote said convention nto look after and arrange all hV details of same with plenary powers in the premisesR jfc TakoCaro o ur Teeth u Eycn whir the jjSst cure it is sometimes not possible ow I n lo the state of 61108 health and what n1t to discolora ion from formin1uron tIe teeth rt profcssor of denjistry taught mo tlio following method of airs colorizingT ltj you will find it wonderful l tiuy plcdget6fmtsorbcnt cot totiupon the pointiof a toothpick is dipped into tincture of iodine thift is carefully irtm over and around cinch tooth avoiding the- guntag mucli as possfbfe a second pldq t sim1Iflr red is then dip in pure alcoholand run- ovcrthdjbilined Beth Tim re must be seen to bd iipjyeciatcd Itis jx great mi tko o Usc cliefjp sloQUipowdcrs flaw me- couric aru Jtritt 4Jnd c ntain- w Swlhink t ensure nllc pity of the tohuoII rcliitblc chemists R + dtho follow jag formula twatlitp to me by a bicarbonatebonate 1 drainpafvderedorris root 1 dram l7erciiitl id chalk 2 ounces menthol uglat7tlT Flavor with oil of vintergjreen A mild nntiscJ wash should follow the use t1t pawder for 11U jaiun3f rijJe ncjfa 1 Irco1tfmotino are pood They be Wenlists nlso have assured rife Hint if wo ifc bicarbqnate of soda chemically pure upon our teeth every day rubbing it well into the spaces they would bo forced to close their oflices The January Delineator Herald pr Giierrants son is soon to come to Icaclt fn Ih6 coircgc- Urcck Herald has been quito sick but is able to bo around again The new dormitory it nearing completion and assumes already the nir ofa comfortable building The school is running smoothly now The children are looking forward eagerly to their Christmas tree v Mrs M 0 Everett opVush ingtoll City and Miss Lizzie Wil son are assisting Miss Abbott in teaching If 3ou are looking for a placo fo educate boar children why not try Highland College1rS Christian school devoted to the bestinterests of all concerned Lerose Ovvsley County Miss Florence Napier went to Boonevillc Monday on business Lei Gibson left for Louisville Friday to resume his medical studies Vt A protracted meeting is being conducted at the Methodist church by Kov Brown of AVinchestep Barney Angel and Miss Lfrnic Turner both of LerRse Vwcro quietly married at the homo oHho bride Wednesday evening V Holiday Rates Via Queen Crescent Route Tickets on sale December IS 19 23 2K25 30 31 and January 1st limit January Gth 19091 Ask 1IAll trustees e 1 I vision No 1 are requested to meet in the ounty Attorney oilice Jackson Ky on Saturday De comberiO Bring nil reports each school in the division DfI and have them investigated M Miller chairman jiW II Polfry of CalliVwBa hero on business Tiicalay ifv j jt t r 7rf Y EXECUTORS SALE Great Closing Out Cut Price Sale of the1 ttf SD FLEENOR JEWELRYSTO K JACKSON KY tAif ECEMBER18to24u- UT r CharmsBracelets 11 iJSpo9nslittlethit n n un 300 Finger Rings 75 Watches GOING AT A SACRIFICE OF PRICES nf F This Stock must be sold and Will go at lower prices than you have ever paid for goods of the safe quality Much of it will be sold for fr taV- VDont 1L Qo Elsewhere J r J and pay5t fo100 per ceiif= iffll vrof you can get these goods AT SUOH bQW PRICES youknow t r lower price err them than anybody will make on the same class of goods 3 = M We Expect to SeU Almiasltlie Entire Stockv o during the days mentioned and are expecting a large crowd of buyers from Bcattyvilie Lee City Cannel City Caney and other points and you should not wait until the stock is picked over to get what you want G w FLEENOR fJt Be Careful What You Say In speaking of 0 persons faults j Pray dont forget your own Remember those with homes of glass Should seldom throw a stone If wo have nothing else to do Hut talk of those who sin Tis better commence IIth6nie- Ami from that point begin Wo have no right to judge a man Until lids fairly tried Should we not lilac his company We knowthe world is wide Some may have faults and who has noel The old ns well aybungT Perhaps wo mny ror iglh ye know t i Vyfft Have fifty tJheir one Ill tell you ofa better plan Youll find it Avorksfull well To try my own defeet9to cure Before of othelsifJ And though Isame timeShoP To bo No worse than some 1 know My own shortcomings bid mo let Tho faults of others go let us all when we commence To slander friends or Co- eTlink of the harm one word would doTVTo those too little know rses like homoiDontWe have none of our JW Fugate of ownl there Tuesday on busino 0 i M gIIIIII1I1I1I11I1IIIIrJlJlLuulUlIIllIml MvnTiN T KELLY DK C II HURSTAtf l rti I ATTORNEY AT LAW i PHYSICIAN AND OFFICE IX IIUKST BLG 1 in Postoffice Building 1 i = JACKSON KY = IOffice 64 Jackson Ky l itVniiiiiitiiiiiiiiiinituiiiiiiittiiiiiiJiiiiiJ t 1 c+ tQo 1IIr w f tot a oor ithr rP CRAWFORD Pres JOHN T HINDMAN CasHterj M C J LITTLE Vice Pres Jff k1oIP r Breathitt County BanIJACKSON ItI IJ i r t iCapitah 15000 fIf f 1 j T kiPersonating a place of safety for 7 s VthejrX Y t i P1 y ing the methods employed in t u business v ourI o a f4 Open from 830AVM to 330 P r J111 S I mJfi YO 4 1tr 5 4 jti JAPANESE SHADES Vv Novel Effects Produced With Stencil Ingand Trantparent Paper 9 Novel effects In caudle Bhnd11 may bo produced by combining stencil pat cms cut from white drawing paper with Japanliror Japanese tramparcnt j Lpaper The latter ibn be obtained at u wholesale paper fiouffcorqt kinder 4 g tc supply stores c lu a u f isclnatlug variety fotfwuiHfui col r ors shades nccl tints nud bftcli when t J r t f a certain tone Is defdred colors may bs 19do110 upon tho other and the effect produced In n mlulatura way this Work Is like stained glass 1Buy a caudle shade lining with silk fringe at any department store lllp t IX CXOYEB DESIGN drawcr b It milk a pencil then decide ron the youitir a f with water color iwliit In some neutral greenm thekcolor chosen Now comes tho time when a small pull of sharply pointed 3 6clssors arc most necessary for the i Inside of nil the flowers and leaves a must be cut out leaving only n sleek opof veins Rtamous and pistils The a J stemspro simply painted with men paint us they are too tiny to be Ii 1 executed In any other form The con c + 3liters of thofloxrerg are also painted l avit tf touch of dark brown S 1 37 After cutting away the liW et t sowers mud leaves placer I stencil pattern upon the Japanese r ItK per chosen and draw around ono 1 slower or leaf Take tor Instance the daisy pattern that Is shown Fold the piece of transparent paper luK eight thicknesses leaving the penciled furor r k11 top as they are all Mike Cut eight l once quite a little outside till pat citi tow we come to the pasting of tile trautTparent flowers mad leaves on the J A DAISY JATTERJI underside of the shade Gum traga canth and a flatiron ere Indispensable at this stage of the work The gum Is pure white se that the flowers and I J of the Japanln may bo covered Ti wltfljjt without hurting tho surface of thejpapor In any way Much pressing with the flatiron Is necessary and in ourort success Use a Btrongcr glue to paste thcshnde together and the work is done Tho finished shade may beg uscvl with or without a lining but the jiFtlp sllk fringe 011 n store made lining r adds really to Its glory Good House keeping ROAD EXPERIMENT 011 Containing Asphalt to Be Used 1 t With Sand at Cape Cod The Massachusetts highway commis ta sion Is to conduct an interesting ex periment in road building on Cape Cod where there Is no stone to speak of A heavy grade of Texas crude oil containing a largo percentage ofjas pualt will be used with the 1J nd The sand road will first be shaped with n road machine and heated oil will bo spread over tho surface A second lot of oil will be sprinkled on when the first coat bus been on for two weeks The surface will then be cut up with a disk harrow so us to mix the sand ft and oil to a depth of four indies Aft a rAL1wer this has been done the road will bp rolled Dud the surface sprinkled with a thin layer of sand to absorb the stir faro oil A little work of this sort was ta edone under tho highway commissions d i supervision about two years ago which Pins resulted satisfactorily IiyiSHides Weol and FeathersTatlor8iawaxClesen MeaSeUVdovrRaO Roct MyApple Wild Ginger SIC Warc dcera Tiulluhcd ia I856ot LaIC cratuir la LcuniSe utdetndo better rot you linn 1 aarbattcmairimmerda t RcaO aAy D +aka LaunSe Wnte tot ecUy ptiatlut ood iljpuca tea x W Sahel Sons ZENaittSt LOUISVILLE KY u 0 tf S t M I VALUE OF WIDE TIRES lone of the First Essentials to Good Highways ITllo King drag Is no doubt n good thing but how about the wide tired wagon Observe tho dirt road after a I thorough soaking The farmer cannot work in rbifleldaand having some wheat cOr1t9 or hogs to tml to market the tlmo to haul is while the fields are unfit to bur worked sat THR tins by doing so lie loads his product Into his ono had n half Inch tired wagon 3000 pounds oV more nnd probably hitches four horses to his load and along thoIWhole distance he cuts a rut three to six Inches deep Several of his neighbors do likewise and soon tho road Is worked down to the ton sistency of mortar a foot deep says J P Anderson of Agenda ICaii in the Farmers Advocate All observers will EFFECT OP NABBOW AND WIDE TIRBi bear me out when 1 say tUat If tUesi tires had boon fiur lud e or wore t ia road would have been benefited rather than daimigc1 A wide tire uu dcr a load makes an observer think of n roller I think this wide tire proposition Is one of the first essentials to good roads and should be encouraged by legislation and n limit law for the amount of load for every Inch of tire width If wagon tires were required to bo three Niches or more for 2000 pound looJl ono additional Inch for each 1JI 1000 or major fraction thereof vcVjJ much less work would be Tequlrct to1 malfttatu our roads i 7 r11 SHORT CUTS IF You Tike the Long Way Round You Never Arrive Let women wboj iuive swallowed wholesale the Ilro that short cut arc sometimes vjougust forget it This Is a day tof shortcuts If you takr The long way round you never arrive CuLt to bo short need dot bo poorly licvIlbhn bTuiit kulfe The cleverest surgeou Is lie who can perform the biggest operation with the shortest sash jte tJlrn to do thlnUs quickly hut well is a word tabooed lu the up N lexicon f in this hustling world the woman who docs not set tborjJOn an air flue never has a chance to rest Take to conversational short tutu She who rambles butts about the bush proses bores her hearers anal uses up her own nervous energy If terseness were a habit doctor would never hoe o order for their women patients periods of Tntpplat silence Be a housekeeping short cutter Avoid nonessentials Spend on labor savers rather than on frills Get down to a system end hold every one else lu your household to It This way lies the solution to tho eternal servant problems Hunt short cuts with the needle I Many women wear their lives out with constant stitching Flue laud work is a luxury Take to a machine for steady ea- rDhlnl is for the specialist the scholar The average busy man or woman to read at all must seek short cuts Itevlews and abstracts are not admirable hut they are better than total Ignorance Literary culling Is not the old way It seems to be the only way In these days of varied Interests lie n short cutter In business Learn details then study to eliminate diem- f you would have time rind strength- for bigger things The swiftest read to success has the fewest curves T + JIHtl8atisIier Herself People Of all sorts weigh themselves on the penny In the slot machines found widely distributed In public places but never before had this man anyway seen anybody weigh on ono of them anything but himself or tier self as this weigher a woman did in a subway station She came in carrying In one hand a I mtoff amid In the other a box of polished oak that was narrow and proportion ately high and maybe a foot lu lens That tho box was heavy was shown by the fact that the leather handle had been stretched somewhat by Its weight Awl apparently Its present carrier had found It heavy and was curious about Its weight for now she set tie box on the platform of one of those weighing machines and dropped a pen ny In the slot It weghed ten pounds certainly a heavy box to carry Tint was all she wanted to know didnt weigh herself She Just picked the box up again this time with a smile aud j Went aboard the train New York Sun ii it fCleaning With Denxlne One of the iuost discouraging things about eleaDlu tll 1cii2lup is the rln1U1 is left behind j The splitConies out Uut nil nround It Is a dark ring which is usually made by thedlffcr uco between the cleaned ipot add time material as it Is I Instead of being discouraged tho next line thin happens rinoln on the place icaln and apply alayer of gypsum rut It beyond time edge of the ring and I IctJt dry oitliouatdrlal 41 r OUlTRY NOTES BY- CMDARNITZ RIVERSIDE PA OCOWIESPdNMN SOLICITED I CopTTlehV I90SbyC M Barnltz These articles DUll Ul rMItt reprinted withonts0eelgtgerlntsalenli CoIlemtryi1La cmillobser trtit gjgc rit ty wjipdlvorccd thrteJvlve rafts dercd two way uC lt on lint codehipr i aksStu4I ceiutrdeaasylexlcoil3paitt cued Sout tAnlerC tiO rc IG rvvlll tlOrue lay eetucdevll of It The bull bait time prize ring and time ppckplt are doomed Preparation of n cock for battle la a I prelude to what follows First HO is stubbed The wattles nro cut off It whole comb la sliced off Wit a low cut If cut to tho back slant CtoIstyle bare of feathers to decrease weight and dimin felt fJiance for a hold I Titus without comb mind protecting plumage mho birds l ran anti bojly lire exposed to blows and boat of ms j sunThen the cock Is heeled Some are content to have the main with natnrdl spurs This Is the style In the Philippines whore time game is indigenous and cockflchtlivs one of Hie pnRra tents The spurn are often dressed to n point but in such cases their owners are sometimes compelled to suck the spurs to Provo they are not poisoned the cruel gaff 1 becoming g- eneral7Experts make these R U spurs of horn bone brass bronze Iron steel silver and even of triple plate goldStilettos of the Ignoble craft ranging In length train one to six inches they are dignified by such names as Jag gore soul searchers and meat ax slashers Uhple Sam classes cocking with gambling brpthqls rand speak castes Its a b crowd diversion American cookers use one and one quarter one nnd onehalf and six Inh gaffs anti speak of these styles as short heels one and a half and long heels These fifty or more styles of gaffs would be a credit to a murderous Ma fia aud they certainly put gentle men sports who force poor birds to BEADY ron BATTLE fight with such slasbcrs4fjr such bloody stakes In thcmnuftf clnss Why do civilized nations outlaw cock fightlug Because It la n hideous cruelty cut tivates tho brute Instinct and leads men from decent employment to gam tiling disorder mud drunkenness What a pity that by forced nssocla thou with lawbreakers rulllaiw booze and butchery V otlgnm Is ou tho nome game t What a noble fowl Ior over 3000 years from the comics of Maim and the writings of Athenac us Aristophanes 1llny undKllatp to tho prevent his history if traced as the champion of the tforld not only as a victorious warrior but us the prince of pure pedigree I Where Is his like Gnmo in tit records of Ciihia biifvce the Christian ern Gamp on the vases of Pompeii Camp ou the Soles of Koine and Greece mind today the same Game to the name the survival of the fittest In strength lu purity inbreed characteristics He Is unsurpassed for symmetrical shape graceful carriage daring alert tress beautiful color wonderful cour II1Ise fiber tubs thQ luscious eggs fro n hli 1 cackllns5iuccris nre fit for angel food DrfL Peyton Dentist Jackson Ky I1given relief to many hundreds bit people mind convinced them hik methods are not only ent isfactory but reasonable in price Sly experience enables mo to put up n very hijh class of work EiKhtryears experience enables mo to strictly guarantee myworfc One price to all Best Qold Crowns 400 Best Set Teeth 8 00 FillinjTi T 50cand 75c Cldaninfc 75c Extracting 25c Ofllco entrance Patterns Hall oiii JJroaHway between Taiilbf J store ammWianco Drug 7 t nMO Iqtitr itttr ft1 rlno 1EtliroiWi tlidfewtliersIto well V Q amuloif pigeon chicken or pheasant I semi this term In the poultry Journal A You know inules dont breed so when n cans Is made of fowls or birds and thItrrKlrllIJ are sterile they are called inuhu Q I am Interested III yqtir Kudos sad thought you might tip able to fur ntau me Mrs Gates turkey food for muln I have thus fur sought Iu vuln- A Turkey food Formula Wood charcoal ono pound sodium chloride two pounds sodium hyposulphite twc pounds sodium bicarbonate twe noiuids 8odluui sulphate one pound nntjnuuiy sulphide one pound In form of powder tills these IIOr oughly together mint use iinndful Ir tho iiiornlnifcd jo t vOuly fowls ami Increase with age The womun wllo used this vns tprj successful Q I keep njclug homers and under nUrd the IhKa tech tlllr blcSs h such excoHwnt III mOIl ly rntlor line been unll1t1l1ictory nod I blntm It for not ltuilI lore racesCui you Rive me tile English raring ration A Sound maple pens tares when small maize corn jMiaf parts nu l ilittle hemp occasionally Q The fealhnfs on my show Wrrti purl ana get coarse anti lincveij afli1 washing thorn 1 Why Is Ity t You dry ao quickly lisp tom strong song nriJ do not rlnsp thor fQ pilr IlmiPicanA Mate hens with a rich Vroflf shun very dark under color blarl breast and huff to slime style cocks Q I had n strange thins happen II my pens today Olleut my prize win nlnsr Hocks waA found dead on tli nest with n bfocdy egg beside hoi Vhat was wrong and is the ntlmcn contagious A Your hen Mns very fat and h rylujj to force mho pg through tho fa logged orpins she ruptured n blab vessel and duel rnetter feed spat ncly Via DIRT ROAD BUILDING How to Mako the Roadbed Solid and Do Away With Ruts In the cons ructloluor a new road through an optfh gonntry the usual custom has been cxchvate ditcher with the road grater and throw nl tho material Into the center of th roadway thus staking what Is often palled n turnpike Tho objectlonlii this pictbod Is n lio 1Jcist mi ortan tounl1nt1onIbwhich docs not easily heroine consdll dated A better way would be to re move entirely till sal Iran thg pOI lions excavated null two H for fllllnj In the low places where It can be Coy creel with ut leasUthree feet of earth says Samuel IliflcujBtato engineer South Dakota After sod la removed the road grader can be limp eriy used for VaiTylng up tiff cart Into the roadway and the entire j l- 1bcJ Is formed Of solid material wlilcl In Its future settlement U compacted uniformly and will bo less likely to develop soft pots QH would bo the case if sod Is thrown Into It Indlscrlm Irately On n level or nearly love iralrlo the roadbed sliotiUl be ljullt up u foot or two above tho original sum taco to provide tmltublo tlraluago from the confer of tho roadway to the ditches and the crown of the road should bu sl1tJ1c1enttto allow the wntci from to carried off A poll road lu order to stay good must ba preperly maintained and kept In good condition A very IwpoftaiX coturo of proper inalutfixvnco ke that of keeping the ruts out by continual raking or dragging Whenever rut pro allowed to remain they will hold water from every ralu which unlesf removed will Boftcn the roadbed timid esult In chuck holes Injurious alike to the team tho wagon and the driver The process of dragging smoothing and planing the road with one of the numerous styles of road drags now happily coning into use in many Jo cantles Is eb simple and Inexpensive that there Is no excuse for allowing any road to become rough and rutty through neglect GOING SOUTH Winter Tourist Tickets Now on Sale VIA sr l QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE t To Many Points South anil Southeast J Tickets God RetmralB Until May 3Ut 1909 Writ for rates tad folder H C SING cPA leI L Maltt St LexliUtn Ky y a ere w- b t 3 s ti r HELPFUL ADVICE f1 amwto texplainletter rc aIN strictest confidence From hor vast correspond enco with sick women during tho past thirty years sho utap htivt gained the terknowledge that will h lp yourcase Such letters as thofol gnH1CSnhL LYDIAEPINKHAMS VEGETABLE COMPOUND to conquer all female diseases Sirs Norman 11 IJarndt of Allentown Pa writes aEver since I was sixteen years pf I had suffered from an organlo tic rangcmeut 011 weakness iq JirquellcQ11I dreadful hradachei and vns extremely nervous My phIclan said I must go through UU Opera Lion to get well A fricBtt told mi about dill R IlnUbnnia VcpetnbH ComtMiund mind I took Hand wrote you for advice following your direction oarelu11 and thanks t+ I tin to tellingallFACTS FOR SICK WOMEN For thirty years Lydia E Pink hauls out made from roots and herbs has been the standard for fimale and huts lxlsltivettclredthnilsg ldsol1 women yio havcpon trouhle with ilisplnconuiktR inflammation ulcora tion fibroid tumors Irregularities periodio i tins backache bear fec1Imi Onlulon ttotia1zzh1esaor1heIy0us 1rostrattosa w r v Special Commissionersk Sale oC Pursuant to n judgment of till Hrcathitt Circuit Court 1 will on Monday Dec 28 1908 lInt puhlic plo at the front door If thcOllrt house in Jackson Ivy to the highest and best bid tier on a credit of six months the following real estate viz A tract of land lying in breaths itt county Ky on the south side if the North Fork of the Km lucky river near the O K Junction and bounded as follows viz Beginning at a water birch and elm upper corner of lot No 3in he Clifton Cockrill division nnd shown on tie nt letter C1 Ihence crossijilLtic jiotton corner of 11garden fcnccj fl10V cl vtlhr 79aw 120 poles to nstak4 i the buck so as to leave the liiiusi lint Cliflon Coclirill once lived in In lot No 3 thence up thin Sugar amp branch with the back line tnd the K U inris 41 w 40 tacks to an elm in tho mouthof the pardon forks 37 w JO poles 0 a beech tree near the mouthof ho coal bank fork mil corner of 01 No4 thence n 68 degrees Iii ninutcs e 101 poles to a bunch of mull maples thence down the hill i 89 o 87 poles passing a black vnlnut at the baQe of the hillat he upper end of the orchard also small elm in tho bottom anda arce elm at the lower side of the ml torn to a stake in the river line i 11 degrees30 minutes west 2S poles to the beginning The purchaser will be required o give bond with good surety ouing interest front day of sale JOHN II Bfu TON Special Commissioner lircathitt Circuit Court aKeep Out of Rat=8a9drRaads- It isdnot unlikely tATnorlcan farmers who have with them always the question of good roads mind low to maintain thorn may hind lu the follow big order whlrh was issued by the Panama canal commission to ofilcora and men on time isthmus n suggestion If how carelessness contributes to making good roads bad and bad roads worse The order says Notices have been posted nt the cor rate and time corral foremen have In itnlcted tealnntcrn that tho custom of ragous following hloqu anothers tacks must lie discontinued Consld of tho inalutcnanco work on the naradam roads especially during the vet season Is made necessary by wagons wearing deep ruts Tho cam iters 1 ivq oen lnstrncted to lhtrllJ1h Iruolonr thorull width of the highways and It Is believed that the cost orrgad repairs will be much reduced as ooaSasonipllanco wlththese Instruo lbiSTbj mi63 general T NVoiHunI1urlao the Farm A fnrm ron Rural Rouln 2I GatVA AruicalSavpof BILono on mynand rind one on my leg It is worth mliordtan- its weight in gold Iwoold JHltI o without it if 1 lied tolll Only2bcat R- w OjUllllCttM Fl W IWhltoJoror Fayete Y1 a veteran 6tliu JII w tvwli lost a foot at JQMttySbur BHJ 8 Tlio good la krie Bitters hnvu d mois liiofuitlian five hm U rll dntfa 4i 1 spent 1U11 nloUel dOlt lklg for n bud cl1fedtl pnrioeIthus curedw ttrUII1S a tonic l th k ids strong and welill 5Wv HI Jat IIOltJjU fi StGl JLiiZR r 1 M dnellMa Sere BiBterlnIs flea sgISeoir oftllet tMt have the clAMtit d tine oa tJuu 71Ie edges of time Utica nr0 finely tj ed Tiny round pearl l iii ro ilecvl which du ujt bu ttlh t Wa 1IIiAI ltty silk lilj 1a 1fpfcllofcr colore6j silk Ilulugs JlIlIIlI911f enjo ed good health sinco wo began using Dr Kings Now Lifu Pills Ihrci years ago says L A Darttut of Rural bate 1 iiiilfonl Jlainc fhoy cleanau and tonu tho system in a gentle way that dooa you Loud 25o at Jackson Druj- Stoo c The Amccbi lime amncbn Greekehutngel the lupposed pioneer In the Cue of llvlin forms is a uaktxl muss of llvliu mat or or prutophixm flowU 4 out hi nil directions mil blunt prtxtKspV amid lit endlessly varying form tins eanie fur the sInpleltunl the popular same of nlllaJlrotJulI aiilinalcv net They nre l njJ tilt oaie oro ijistinctly Ilb tlr KTonalCed ejr The JeilylltSiJcTjpnture nuns along th of stouw or plant br tho slow protnisipn of Its ever chan lnlf pro piiMjs and In thus way guts around Ire food It Is nil stdinncli auy part or It taking hold of and dlgestrlgtbe fool that hapiicim to come III contact with tt pn attaining Its maximum site Ilia nmoeludrnwa Itself out and limit ainochni inert or which Vontalns Half of tho mother pth clefs Tliln simple orgnul fn socnm tl exhibit ksngfcompass tElO tiitml ntr jinal rnI1CQIlIl It secrets prows and reproduces tfteltNuV fork American Dentil Wits IIIU llucln liklppore1nof 100IJ s IoAn nHne or meumoniaIeftKng so wonkand with each fearful cough that mj friends dtcJHred coniumption hat tilt and death was on my TionI was persuaded to try Dr KingJ row Diicovury It hulntt iip immediatuly and after tukitu tiro and a half Uottlua 1 was a wall luau again 1 found out that renutuJyfortho worldl Sold under guarautci at Jabkaon prttg Store bile and 5100 Yrhil tJoJt luftw L THE VERY BEST 4 J Have any of our readers seen n recent copy of the Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer If not it will pay to send for a copy if for no other purpose than to note its present great worth as an educator in all things that tend to make life prosperous and home the happiest place or earthI editor by asking its readers to criticise and suggest improvements and following advice thus obtained is enabled to produce a paper that exactly fits needs ofa family and a material aid to father mother and children in reaching that higher level in social life vlicre uteiltifand comfprt reigns tsupreme I Rather obtains ample informatioi that guides in the where when l dhow to regulate and increase the income from his efforts Time mother in management of house hold affairs practical economy government of children and other duties that makes her toil a labor of love Childrens minds and hearts are freed from thoughts of questionable amusements and fri toIlug for a useful future in life The Grand Idea being that 1As- are our Homes so will be the Com NationoI a non sermon I as preached by that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Russell a forcible reminder of tiespiritual and temporal righteous living as cCer J to a Godless life that bnggsfhoUglit but misery to the Other departments and features arebtt the the unani mo verdlctxpf its readers being tI arid best family Weekly knowif tothcm I be had b- writiugtotheENQUIRUECoMP tCincinnati 0 l 3L y it L1 S iE fdwsrt o 1lf fin I places yT- a 7- Mr 7- iti citi 3- s S a r t1v 4- rI 4a1 1 Iaf c 04 R v toe- iir d Le lsl EAST HOUND 111 ALv7AtlmWyandottot Winchester VijgClaybtanton 3 5y gm 91Filson1UunptonDatura Bridge 4 15 y i 01orrcntllenltvvillot 171nllegnllthol 6 3i mIh1ilkidalvit nArL 20 4f CONNECTIONS rL LIUmCT10NlrnlnsNos connectionswitht ins12x1tho r Ccntml Railway for f passcti v rs to and rolll anintb- nI1EAPTYyL7LJUN11 J + connect fIlle9i TUNtTJOXrrnllllf t No 3 had with the Ohio Kentucky IQr tnlionsCJ1A i 0K RAILWAY KlMrHrwitM1 N01 UP Il1 1 J 1 ESTHOUND Daily n 1T OLAtil i Lv AN yMJ qoo t Frozen I I t3 1 a I lyd2IIiihuFstV 0Rose5 arIlclcciinwnAr Cannel City 12 35 5 20 w LAST BOUND Daily Ex strn IIIToLAUI00Jlelcclmwl1 4 I 23lruselHWilhurstVanclcvo + Frozen r t SGllPrq41 fr r iArJti i Sundae passenger train Jnc e h Cannel Ctt1 at 1 UQP m returning 4114 y leaves Jackson at 4 QO p m iJLp OJEr GOfMKr i1 f 2 k F j Mountain Central t Depart Arriveao 45am Campion 11 30 n m 145 p in Curnpton G 00 p m Arrive Ie1 tart 8 00 n m Campion Jun 10 05 a in 4 00 p m CampionIIn 4 40 p m Make connection with all Lg piftscnpor trninsJ S r- rKILLTHE000CH Ii AND CURE THI y LUNGS 9 iti KineNew FOR COUirePRICEFree AND AlLTIItOAT AND LUNS TROUBLES OUARAN TEED SAZISFAOZOR o KOJi71r IRJZYU1DED r- a lt4 II 1 I7 JAPANESE SHADES it J j t Novel Effects Produced With Stencil vngand Trantparent Paper Novel effects In cnudle slmdos raajr bo produced by combining stencil pit cms cut from white drawing paper with Jnpanln or Japanese trnmparcnt Lpaper The tatter ffiay be obtained at ia a ot s tle paper Uouse orat Uliuler I 4 Batten supply storcB lyifcbiues lu a S dQ ffiscliiatliiB variety OtbeauUful col ora shades and lints uU41itch wlien a certain tone Is dcflro may be lafd one upon the other and the effect produced In a mlnlatura way this work Is like stained glass I Buy a candle shade lining with silk finge at any department store Hip 4giW ff A IU CLOVFJI DESI- CIKtuatn2 s and lay on the white draw s JngjPflllCr turn pnttrn Drnw IIrou- uds It a pencil then decide on tbe simple or Intricate as yoi 1lllellt This Is first drawn with n r f and then given a liroad outline i with water color jcalnt In some neutral 1 tint preferably a dark grayish green If bands arc desired at the top am bottom put on tT smooth wash of thi 1colorchosen Now comes the time a small pair of sharply pointed scissors are mostf necessary for the inside of nil llowers anti leave bo cut out leaving only a skcle veins stamens and pistils Tin J iIr1UuRt stems jiro simply painted with q paint as they are too tiny to lc executed In any other form TIll cen 3tt rJot tlioglower lire also painted wItZa touch ot dark brown lLcuttingaway the hi placerIJer chosen and draw around one i Slower or lent Take for Instance the 1IaiI3 pattern that la shown Fold the piece of transparent paper Into eight thicknesses leaving the penciled form J on top as they are all alike Cut eight- H fi 4 at once ijulte a little qufcsldo the pat t ertjfCow we come to the pasting of the transparent llowers and leaves on the f A DAISY JATTEnN underside of the shade Gum traga- canth and a flatiron are Indispensable nt this stage of the work The gum Is pure white no that the flowers and theave5 ot the Japanln may bocllyCrrll without hurting the surface ot thttjipcr In any way Much pressing with tlw flatiron Is necessary and In surtvi success Use a stronger glue to paste the shnde together nnd the work Is done The flnlshcd shade may be 3 vtisfMl with or without a lining but the4 8I1k fringe oil a store made lining J adds greatly to Its glory Good House keeping T ROAD EXPERIMENT Oil Containing Asphalt to Be lined j ii With Sand at Cape Cod LJThoMassachusetts highway commls to conduct an Interesting ex periment In road building on Cape Cod whore there Is no stone to speak of A heavy grado of Texas crude oil containing n largo percentage otjs phalt will be used with the sand The sand road will first be shaped with a road machine antI heated oil will bo dprcad over the surface A second lot of oil will be sprinkled on when the first coat has been on for two weeks The surface will then be cut up with a disk harrow so as to mix the sand t and oil to a depth of tour Indies Aft 4Jmr this has been done the road will be and the surface sprinkled with a thin layer of sand to absorb the stir face oil A little work ot this sort wn doue under tho highway commissions i supervision about two years ago which has resulted satisfactorily r We Buy FUHStIJ Weol Feather TUow D MWU Gtnieoi S Golden Se lYcnawRool MaT Apple WUJ Ginger etc WI ire dca1enl tinU4 aISS6Ont lilt ccaizuiic- t Lcuhni3sandcaa do better for you iliw ieb ar COOIDUuDII Rclaace W Diilu LcBurfflc Write lee bU iI4u1Jpati swt N t H Sabsl Sons 22 E MArket St lOUISVILlE KY fA r rOF WIDE TIRES One of the First Essentials to Good Hlflhwaye Tko Klrtg drag Is no doubt a good thing but how about the wide tired j wagon Obsoryo the dirt road after a thorough soaking The farmer cannot work laflfilsv fields and having some wheat cornvoats or hogs to Lint to market the Jjuno to haul Is while the fields arc unfit to b worked say RrR time by doing so Jle loads his product Into his ono mda halt Inch tired wagon 3000 pounds or more and probably hitches fotir horses to his load and along the Whole dlstaiico he cuts a rut from three to six Inches sleep Several of his neighbors do likewise and soon the road la worked down to the con sistency of mortar rt foot deep says J P Aijderson of Agenda Kan In the Farmers Advocate All observers will T ElFECr OP HAIiROW AND WIDE TIRES bear me out when I say that It these Urea halt boon fsiar lueJie or more tfio road would have been benefited rather than damaged A wide tire un der a load makes an observer think of a roller I think this wide tire proposition Is one of the first essentials to good roads and should be encouraged by legislation and a limit law for the amount of load for every Inch of tire width If wagon tires were required to be three fyebes or more for 2000 pound loads and one additional Inch toe each adjled 1000 or major fraction thereof r much less work would be required to1 maintain oN roads Z t SHORT CUTS If You Take the Long Way Round You Never Arrive Let women who 1 Cave swallowed wholesale the proverlJftbat short cuts are sometimes Jougust forget It This is a day tof shortcuts It you tukr the long way round you never arrive Cuts to bo abort need not bo poorly lone wllu Tjluiit knife The cluvcr est surgeon Is ho who can perform the biggest operation with the shortest sash I vmi to do thinksftuickb but well Is a word tabooed In the up tf lexicon t 3 in this hustling world the woman who docs not get there on an air Hue never has a chance to rest Take to conversational short cutu She who rambles beats about the bush proses bores her hearers and uses up her own nervousenergy j If terseness were a babft doctors would never haeo order tprthelr women patients periods ot Tiapplst silence Co a housekeeping short cutter Avoid nonesSentials Spend on labor savers rather than on frills Get down to a system and hold every one else In your household to It This way lies the problemsHunt solution to the eternal servant 1 I short cuts with the needle Many women wear their lives out with constant stitching Tine hand work Is a luxury Take to a machine for steady wear Digging Is for the specialist the scholar Tile average busy man or woman to road at all must seek shortcuts llevlews and abstracts are not admirable but they arts better than total Ignorance Literary culling Is not the old way It seems to be the only way In these days of varied Interests lie it short cutter In business Learn detail then study to eliminate tijetut If yon would have time and I for bigger things The swiftest read to success has the fewest curves 3 JuetiCatlseil HincH People of all sorts weigh themselves on the penny In the slot machines found widely distributed In public places but never before had this mon anyway seen anybody weigh on 010 of them anything but himself or her self as this weigher a woman did In a subway StUtiollIShe came In carrying In one humid a irintt and In the other a box of pollshid oak that was narrow and proportion ately high and maybe a foot In leng j That the box was heavy was shown by the fact that the leather handle had been stretched somewhat by Its weightAnd apparently Its present carrier had found It heavy and was curious about Its weight for now site set tie box on time platform of one of those weighing machines and dropped a pen ny In time slot It weghcd ten pounds certainly a heavy box to carry That was all sho wanted to iimovdidnt- weigh herself She Just picked the box up lignin this time with a smile and vent aboard the train New York Sun r i Cleaning With Benzine Ono of the lifts t discouraging timings about cleaning a potvrlth benzine 18 the rliigthaj left bebliiuV i The comes out but all around It is u dark zing which Is usually inaJe by the difference between the cleaned ipot rind nil material as It Is Instead of being discouraged the next line this happens jnoiafcu the plaoo again and dpply a layer of gypsum Iut It beyond the edge of tho ring and i let Jt dry otho aatcrlal L = OET IcEs CMBARNITZEIVEHSIDE TA OCORRESPQNDtNCE SOLICITED I E1Pltwv Copyright ISOSby C M DarnlU Tes articles and IJl tiust not be re printed wlUiourspecUifcpermUworCj rCOCKFIGH Cockfighting Is nut true tPrIlciiry VIII a comiitoissettrqicflhi- Iy jj wjuAUvorccd timtvlVe w wur tiered two way backwiCiooJt ut1ajlimr on thl H Stth ciUl1trIaHMeio5SpfilHahtd1S- timIth14t1t1elca t1m t now revel lu it III sec thellu11 of It Th8 bull bait the prize ring and the I ppckplt are doomed Preparation of a cock for battle Is a proludo to what follows First ho Is Stabbed The wattles nro cut off It whole comb Is sliced oft Its a low cut It cut to tho back slant cutIstyle bare of feathers to decrease weight and dimin ish rJianee fur a hold I nuts without comb StUd protecting plumage tIme birds limit anti bojly are exposed to blows and boat vt tits sunThen the cock Is heeled Sonic are content to have time main with naturaspurs This Is ftc style In the Philippines whore time game Is indigenous and cockflghtlntf one of Mia mcri sments Time spurs are often dresnod to a point but In such cases their owners are sometimes compelled to suck the spurs to prove they arc not poisoned the cruel JoftlshecomIU gen 1aljExperts make these artiflctl spurs of horn IKMIO brass iTronre Iron steel slfver niid even of trlplo plate gold Stilettos of the Ignoble craft ranging In length from one to six Incites they are dignified by such names as Jag gOre soul searchers and meat ax slashers tI Uncle Sam classes cockbg with gamljllng brothels timid spook castles Its a b ozc crowd diversion American cockers use one and one quarter one and onehalf and six Inh gaffs nail speak of these styles as short heels one stud a hair and long heels These fifty or more styles of gaiTs would be n credit to a murderous Ma fia and they certainly put gentlemen sports who force poor birds to HEADY ron 1UTTLB fight with such slashers fgr sucb blpody stakes In tiieruIIiticlass Why do civilized nations outlaw cock fighting Because It Is a hideous cruelty cul tivates tho brute Instinct and lentil mon from decent employment to gam bling disorder stud drunkenness What u pity that by forced assoelii tlon with lawbreakers nilllniw booze and butcherya utlgma Is ou the name game What a noble fowl 1or ovur SOOO years front the codes of Maim smith the writings of Athcuac U3 Aristophanes Pliny and Pluto to the present his history if traced as the champion of the rorld not only as n victorious warrior but im tliu prince of pure pedigree I Where Is his like Gamo In tIme rocorJa of China bufxt time Christian cm 3 11110 on the vases of Pompeii Game on the joins of Home and Greece and today the same Game to the nninetiie survival of the fittest In strength In purity In breed characteristics lie Is unsurpassed for symmetrical llertI ago au thority Ills plump solid white flesh Is un excelled for delicious flavor and fine fiber oImiltbq luscious eggs front his caekllngjiiiuccus s lire fit for angel food DrttfL Peyton Dentist t Jackson Ky j IlnfeKivcn relief to runny hun dreds of peoplet and convinced them h methods nro not only sit isfnctofy but rcasoniiblc in pricel My exptricnco enables ma to put up n very liijjh class of work Eishtryears experience enables mo to strictli guarantee my worft Ono price to all Best Sold Crowns400il- est Set Teeth S 00 Fillingj1L0cand75cCkianin Eniactiiig25cOffice entrance Pattons hai- lonroaeay between TatUbe store RntmteJianco Drug IwfV I F M KORRE 4r i t t I D ll tflth Il li rnft D Iteftlus cut thtouirli tJ fettthcrs so well Q Whatlsnunile pigeon chicken or pheasant I see this term In the poultry Jonninl- A You know mules dont breed so when a crs Is made of owls orIbird anti time qffsprlng are sterile are callid miiVs Q I am Interested In your Kuros putt thought you might bp able to furS nish me Mrs latest turkey food for multi I have thus far sought In vain A Turkey Food Iormula charcoal 0110 pound sodium chlorideI two iKMttuls fiodluiu hyposnlphltc tweIpounds sodium blcnrl qnatc I oiiiul3 podium sulphate one pound antimony sulphide uno PlIl11IIn form of powder mjx these liar oughly toKctli r fltiJ usp liiiilful At tho morning fofilMo twenty fowls am Increase with ago Time woninn wljo llIld this was vcrj successful Q I kcvp n lng bunieni and umllJI smrd the thi5N kttt1 tlilr hIsuch txccM nt erudition My rntlnr has been unsatIsfactory and I 111111111I It for not winning lore raccs you give me tlf English racing ration A Sound mapje tares wliif small maize corn pqbaj parts and 1 little hemp oertlsTonnllr Q The fcallicfH on my show purl anti get coarse niifl ifnpvcn qflc washing them Uviiy Is 111 dYou dry quickly usji tx strung soap and Ito not rlnsp thorI jQir JlllrI plo tinge and white tipped wlugs Jlov can I prevent thus 4 iZA Mate bjns with n rich jtIsluon very dark under color blarl breast and Huff to same style cocks Q I had a strange tiling bappon it my pens today One of my prize winning nocks was found dead on th nest with a bfiudy egg beside her What was wrong timid Is the allmen contagious A Your lion Mas ren fnt and b trying to force limo pgg through time fa clogged organs the ruptured a bo vessel and dlp4Tnetter teed sparingly U DIRT ROAD BUILDING How to Make tho Roadbed Solid and Do Away With Ruts In the construction of a new road through an opeh conntrj the usual custom has been Jo excavate ditcher with the rond gmder anti throw al the material Into the center of th roadway thus making what Is often palled a turnpike Tlio objectlonrtu this piotjjod Is lttlfoicst Jniportnn part of IIQ roadbed tho foundation U composed largely of soft material which does not easily become consoll dated A better way woufd be to re move entirely nil sod from yi f pOI tlons excavated and two It for nillnj In tho low places where It cnnbe coy crcd with ut leastttkrcc feet of earth says Samuel IILea state engineer South Dakota After the sod Is removed the road grittier can Ixj prop erly used for caitylng up the cartl Into time roadway and the entire road bed Is formed Of solid material whicl In Its future settlement Is compacteC uniformly and will bo less likely to develop soft spots OH would be tin caso If sod Is thrown Into It Indiscrim inately On a level or nearly leve prarlo tlie roadbed should bo Ijiillt ui II foot or two abovo the original sur taco to provide suitable dralnago fron tho center of tho roadway to the ditches and the crown of the road should bu sutllclcnt to allow the watci from rainfalls to bo quickly tarrlxl ofT A gaod roadf In order to stay good must be properly maintained and kept In good ooiidltlen A very knportaiy feature of proper malnteiMioco te that of keeping time ruts out by continual raking or dragging Whenever rut are allowed to remain they will hold water from gvery rain which uiilesf removed will soften the roadbed and result in chuck holes Injurious alike to the team time wagon anti the driver The process of dragging smoothing anti planing time road with one of the numerous styles of road drags now happily coming Into use In many lo calities Is sb simple and Inexpensive that there Is no excuse for allowing any road t6 become rongh and rutty through negltct GOING SOUTH Winter Tourist Tickets Now on Sale VIA io 0 QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE To Many Points South and Southeast r Tickets GCoA HetBrolstf Until May 31it 1909 Write for rates end folder II C lUNG CPA lolL HaU St Lziain Kr p ile I t HELPFUL ADVICE 4 illIrheirnmkI to tell- COU1flOeXpIilhi OOtOr O letter will IKS held in time strictest con fidonco Prom liar vast corresponi cnco with sick women during th past thirty years sho may hav gained the very knowledge that will help yourcase Such letters as Limo fot Hlclhosnbllsh LYDIA PINKHAMS VEGETABLE COMPOUND to conciuor nil female diseases Mrs Norman It Barndt of Allentown Pa writes Ever since I was sixteen years Qt ago I had suffered from an prganlo dt rangcmcut r11 fpmale weakness Iq caner uencc bud dreadful headaches r111i1tclanIon to get well A frlfpd tola nit about I K Plnklmqis Ye tn11- 1CQlnllIlldlfld I took it and wrote yo for advice following your direction carefully antI thank hi you I am to dara well woman and J aui tclllni all my friends of my experience FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN For thirty J ars Lydia E Pink haitisTegetahlo Comiwund nmdi from roots anti herbst has l qen tin standard remedy and has positively cllhmINanl1sol Avomen who tlCen troubled with lisplncoiuiiits intlauimation ulcera lion llbroid tumors irregularities periodic pains backache bea- rIndowll flatulency Indigos Prostrationir r v Special Coinnnssioner1 Sale V Pursuant to n judgment of thl Hrcathitt Circuit Court 1 will or Monday Dcc 28 1908 ell nt public sale at the front door mr tilt court house in Jncknn Ivy to the liijicst and best bid tier on n credit of six months the following real estate viz A tract of land lying in Ureath itt county Ky on the south side if the North Fork of the Km tuck river near the 0 K Junction nnd bounded as follows viz Beginning at a water bird and elm upper corner of lot No iin lie Clifton Cockrill division ind shown on the mOl at jctte i crossijmiJjottoiiS8vlJ Ilielfafdpn fenc 1 hJO w Oiiblfe poles to staloUTtli bnck line so us to leave the lions lint Clifton Cockrill once lived in n lot No l thence up tho Sutra amp branch with the back lInt and the K LJ line s 41 w Inolrs to an elm in the mouth ol tho garden orts 37 w 30 pole 0 a beech tree near the mouth ol ho coal bank fork nnd corner ol 01 No 4 thence n G8 degrees 15 nrnutcs e 101 poles to n bunch ol mull maples thence down the lull i 81 o 87 poles passing n blacl valntit at the bl1c d of tho hillni he upper end of the orchard also small elm in time bottom nnllII arce elm at the lower side of tin ottom to n stake in tho river lino I 11 lpRroes30 minutes west 21 oles to the beginning The purchaser will bo rcquirot o jjivo bond with good surety joirinjr interest from lilY of sale JOHN II BLANTON Special Commissioner lireathit Circuit Court ILtt Keep Out of Rat afrRoad It lnTiot unllkcythatinQrrcan farmers who have with them always tho question of good roads anti how to maintain thum may thud In tho follow Ing order which was Issued by time Panama canal commission to ofllcors amid men on tho Isthmus n suggestion sf how carelessness contributes to making good roads butt and bad roadP worse The order says Notices have been posted at the cor mIst antI the corral foremen have In structed tonlnitcrH that tho custom of wagons following In oijo anothers tracks must to illscoutlnucd Consld fable of tho malntcnanco work on time na ailiim roads especially during the vet season Is made liecesFary by ivagons wearing deep ruts The team- tors1ejoennstrmicted to tilstrlbhte travel over thprull of the hlfib ways and It Is believed that the cost oroaI repairs will he nincli reduced as- soorilns on1Jl1lnnce wlthtbWo Instruo 1I0MI cIlcru1 Thd Iprtgngetho Fflrllm A farmo on Rural Routn 2 iinpiro Gnf 1VU A Floyd by amo snvscUncklons Arnica Salvo cured the two worst sorJiv- or saw ono on my hand and ont on lIlY leg It is worth more than ita weight in gold Ito woolil not o without it if 1 litul fo niort tho farm to got it Only 12cat Jackson Thug Store IWhoHJlIllctlK Fi WJ Fnyolc N I rIccriu 0 f 110 civil wUtwho 9Ln toot at fOutlyhur BHJS Tho good EIric IHtttr8 lmv djnois XtIHlhillot tnu livo inn tIret1jofl7tstn iiio 1 spoilt miicl monuy doctgiiugTor a bud clI eol stlIInch little I then tritdIedi rmlttw81t ij thoy Cured mi lflww UfeytiSw ns a tpnie lfthyy kps- trong and WCl1i M JH ton JJiug Strct t 1 tf V J i 4 lncee ftetIt material t tMVMMr t of Utet Iei4 have limo clflwte 4ehn 01 IIstii Me t fIitieti Which dvu tvbu4 mub- the iaatIsl4Is4tflm4iitoy silk 10 li lCt1 lore4 sill ltulttis 1 Jn1lIlOllr enjoyed i ood hetlth since W L1 began usin- gr r Kings Now L5f threo years ago says L A IJnrtlolfor Rural Houto 1 Cuiilford Elaine riioy clean ao and tonu iho aystcm in a genilu way that does you viood 25o nt Jauksou Drug Stou 4- S The Amoeba Hie amoeba Greek ciumngirl time iuppo od pioneer lu the line of living forms U a naked IIUIHS of living flint per or protophinm toIt1f out In nil Clrvrtlons hi blunt IUtllefflrI and Ilia itnJlp9ly varying form has onrno1 fur the sUnple l tile I the popular name of lmtlm0etnJLrtUtI iUinrilc nei They seam are istinctly Ilb r ttstltuttimieett lnThe Joilvllfrrntnre flows along hit surface or stono or Plant by tho slew pr truxlbp of its ever changing roi VlSCl ititti In this way KVB Its food It Is nil stomach any part of It taking hold of anti digesting the rood that hapiwim to come In contact with It On attaining Its mnxluiUm size tho anfocU draws Itself out tend brvukB Into fwd diuighter autochart aclt of whIch Vontnlns Half of tho tnothnr U h clcufl Tlili tlmplc orgnpltiii smins to exhibit h s cnmpanti limo niwl AH html fiiTldiQJiti It fctilo1 ecnttrs Hrows and rcprjoduces ttclf New York American Duath AViiH On IllH llucln Jesse P MbrrjH ot Skippers Vn had a uloso call iu tho spring of 1005 11oaysAn uuttac of eftbma so weak and mjCrltl1dmo anti death was on my heels ThpjWI ya8 persuaded to try Dr Now nicoorJ It IIOilhuHxHntolnnt after tukiuc two a 1 was a well inan again I found out that Now Discovery is tho bust remedy for coughs and thing difenao in nil tho vorld Sold under guarantee at Jnckson Jrng StorQ Ocnnd 3100 Trial bojta foo = rBESTIjIHave any of our readers seen a recent copy of the Cincinnati Weekly inquirer If not it will pay to send for a copy if for no other purpose i than to note its present great worth as an educator in all that tend to make life prosperousI and home the happiest place on earth I improveImcnts obtained is enabled to produce a- paper that exactly fits needs of a family and a material aid to father mother and children in reaching that higher level ju social life 1 vhere coutdhtrandcomtortC reigns supreme I Father obtains ample informatioui that guides in the where when atid how to regulate and increase the Income from his efforts The mother in management of house hold affairs practical economy government of children and other luties that makes her toil a labor of love Childrens minds and hearts are freed from thoughts of tiestionable amusements and fri toIIng for a useful future in life I The Grand Idea being thatf I As are our Homes so will be the Com aunity State and Nation A most desirable help is a non sectarian sermon each week as preached by that Biblical Student Pastor Chas T Russell i a forcible reminder of the spiritual and tern poral rewarcfs gained by righteous living as to a Godless life that brtggslfiiouglit but miserv t6 the homevI Other departments and feature irebdvfi the ordinary the unani mo verdict 9f its readers being I The cleanest arid best family Weekly knovito them iI p6piesiniay be had by 1tCincinnatil t i E 1XYIstrIyE i1k Wksr 9I eiIJriU 7 r L I I t Avoii IoiH- IF14tA mi EAS HOUND 1LvMontroso 2 Hi T A W7Vmuiidotto YII1 8Chrblanton 3 fs ti 9fIsot 1 3Ctlmllton UOlenestirn 119Firicastlo 10SITnllcUi 6 jju Athol 5 yi Oakdalo 5 r Elkutawu HilOt1Juiuict 0 T Ar Jackson c 20 CQXNKOTIONS lL JUKlIONlralnsN051 connectionsith T cstforlBIAIl1Yri 14r4E 1 U lutNo2WJI Connect witttthejj nL nnction for BeaU Ivilla 1 Om ICslUNCT1ONTrlilatNo 8 and 4 Kentucky vr tunnel City and wuy stations CHAS SCOTT JP A C H ol K RAILWAY WI IWJII SO 1U1 J 7 WESTBOUND 1T nuilyJnAt A N liNLv Jnckson liD 300 nFrozenVIumtfiLvo 11 i tLh12linniptoti Rose Fork 12 05 4 ao uShicleclmawaAr CanncI City 12 35 5 20 EAST HOUND Daily Ex Siil 20 UM8R I5mJA55 jvJ1 4i In I00I30Ijampton 51VnnclcvoFiozj r ti0 JJu 102 JZ94- tiOY1 son 30 0 f i Vlftnt1tilit i kit1Ls Jakon It 1 00 p in lJ L djJijy GcnMg Jt i 4 Jp4 1 Mountain Central Q Depart Arrive 6 45 a m Campion 11 30 n in 145 p m Cum pton J3 00 p m- DepartArrive 8 00 u In Campion Jun 10 0it m 4 lllllMulmg passenger tminsI 1 KLLTHKCOUCH JAND CURE TH1 LUNGS wITHDrKingNew d rfWFOUH pnICE I1DaUABAUTEED SATI3FAOIOB OB MOMEY RKPUWDED w i1 ii 5 V A