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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r I Best Advertising Medium r IN QREATHITT AND ADJOINING COUNTIES S I ONK Dotty t PER YKAK IN ADVANCEExTaogp Publisher AN i DnrE ZTxTEREaTII or EASTSnN I J WISK HAoiNa Editor and o 28 z IJa i Volume 7 Joj 1 d r rlrtr t I Our Spring StoclT t is Nbw J Complete v 1 vi IA rN fz I 111s of J l Meas Boys and l Childrens Clothing I Ii 800 and 1000 Suits Going at I f Wo IIiWO a big iino of Dresn Goods A nice line of Lulios1 Skirts Wo have n coal late stock of Shoes and Slippersa E 3 for Men Women und Children OUR STOCK Ir t lions Ladles 1 ItF GoiaIlats Clothing Cts ass + Trunks Vahces Oil ts s- Mattings anll taco Curtains ora and hojnpg tiw V r for lOUJI wo remain t i4I J4 1neattiIJ yours i Y r 11 + t00 EOR YOUR HEALTHS SAKE G SHOW CONTAGION IS SPREAP Health official have found that men contagion Is spread from children that are supposed to be wellthan frem those who are 1J to be sick In cases of scarlet fever and diphtheria this Is often true The patient may appear to be well but the germs are still present and It Is therefore dangerous for him to mingle with ehndreLthatare reatiiy ell 1 11 l whqre be to show you l 1 T I f r i 4 r cti t= 1 NTY i 450 CONTAINS 1vISAACS 1I FOR YOUR HEALTHS SAKE PURPOSE OF EXERCISE Exercise should be taken to In crease the clrculalionand tissue to stimulate the elimina lion of waste products to de velop the muscles to promote action of the or Bane to clear the brain and head thus fitting us to do more work and better work than we pej JJ IS j Jj These suits ahowJthc m excel the Benjamin Style There is areasonin back it get the real New style origi nates Will glad at change healthy digestive and You AND UP at 1250 1500 1800I At these prices we are showing a great range of styles and shades and material far superior to any we have ever offered before Let fill your wants WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY j 7 V0i nrcotlnt of Howes Greai Show I1t Crumel City on Tuesday May 18th miJ at Jnclson Wed neidiiy 1ltt Kentucky Iluilway Company will sell tickets iitjjrcatly retrod iMo o to Both points This h ono of the largest and best shows tlmt hm ever visited this section and you sltould not miss it For ftithcr pnrticulars call on our nKcnts OHIO KKNTUOKV HAIWVAV Co 5 A V Tlfe PirsUvterinn Chrch Sun dos School has established a branch selroolat the district school building aHJurtles Milt The aC t niancc has steadily unproved since pros pects are briirlil for n hood work beings donp there in the future ndcrlt1oausSociety on thoirroUnd and will IWd lave flfijioial rorsl IfJl file b 1 TRIP f Mrs fIRS K 1Voilcock wjfe of Bishop Voodcock o the Epiir Vpnlchurch 0f Kctftwfcy in cop pony with Mrs RVP Hairock Miss lyra Hnirdt Mrs lltSot11 Minify and Mrs Cain all of Louisville wis revered at the Imperial Hotel These ladies are on v sightseeing trip to the mountains of Kentucky Tiiey left Tuesday tor llindman anti other points in tho backwoods to study our trees laud RCitpeS und birds They inisrtIle urlfa- wceH W Gt1 hc8rfTrom Hindmiin is their guide and will pilor ihom onn safe journov at r ABLE r Once a tiltu r 11300 luiallels- Sr t 6caf title tlFOltl not to n mute grain militant btltr 1800 dillcrcnt dealer h bushel each ylaw of theuf Pud in cnsh hat far the grcnt nni nilitr sail it was not convcnicn JX they would pay later A fcijiiohUw panscd ind the mans tfejflf nccOTitil ran- low k lionJ mn i A V die said iy 1S O 1i61t11 tr bOUla hnto- if t n e in lntilaanother crop Is raisccF i rted with Clio grain navo instead onli a yilst nib r ofi aceAt4nts ts135fnget nrouw1 fri t vpy xi i3 1 rtite1 Up a pub1icif d askctf All those wliobw l toIRUICI ly flutfol r TT iQr at said thin I 11t tteri arid I will t these s Julien nilv0ro putt v Raut- a lnr same snY fifigry went tits iVniSo snu awq1 1 In- granary tout 1 er I e Ifad only been dre ieLf +cxl Thc ills1lisherlere sir t1thi Ivry i dwhan tiearts terItiOtl a eIifiei I st- in kaLoyAnti I7rna aow I o s honor ri in byr stRtr tcrod ll 5J tri ln sV ljl TrSiT f t ti W Dy po tllar Grocer lapTlitl day to tk vi x- nminntign w there Tilr w rewltLay tn 4 IrIIrnt m t- barsSix o ox S for i5Qnt Tlr Bcuritl 1 w You Get Your Moneys W thI1 y o If Thats there and profitable you enjoy by purc asmg MODzvhhMens or Boys at is OF UNEQfJA1E er lrYr- t Li2Suits for Mer artisttailor eyeryTme fonrterIcanpatronsof Yorkstyle Mrsand Young Mens Suits workmanship The Model clothes Bi NEWS VIIINumberffr i1f8 REDUCED WES andJ orgapWalionnndithe MOUNTAIN dflihaarcoa ITCQb- od ofwllea4stih alastINows advantage Clothing THE mLtDEGREE VALUE THAT 2000 0WILBUR qfn D NESB- ITO1DIAN GIDDIES SOME meu Hover wllf learn anything and other men never will for get anything While you are telling n hard luck story good luck Is trying to whisper In yourcar Ell Timing says that when he sees a young man acting slllyhe sat We are only young once and thanks heaven for that 4t i if r V 4 l 1 k A baldheaded man iUswSer afali hair restorers but a man wtiil tsahaonfal9Km r V p Mst eympathy forbnjirotefgrtpHen ardAhthth 4ifts Hoel that advertlec homelike ur rout it otteg put lie ltreesure makwltttiohogioIke It cfljt Ip fcalirefjqoklng sitYa paUt t arj iit T j rt Rcpt sllentlyywbll his Ipther tooltI him to the barbersVnd llhls ringlets cut bL to Qn oilcrlessbnion boat Now what will becomo of e man ivhe tl always writing td the per antln- lto know how to relnothe oitorqt jnlonafrom ifs breath I 01 Woman w oce husband hit bought a new automobile can switch the con vernation to automobiles In two sen trans no matter what topic Is up The Doll Days Now that the iiquse la empty she alt and jlrrama signs And dolldaysthltd o tier haIr la white nS slier the fingertips of care wrlnkltllII fagerIr from dawn till dusk orheJloHom that has withered and left I tot r the 1iu ik N iiwnkens at the summons oOneni jAdthe JbMl1nTII of hem al- ittihB s down the pathway vthere l swayedIn singing r f I breezes madey 1 She hears the rlirlllswcct laughter of other mtleslrls She sees the sunslilne ellntlns upon their olden curl The rciU red hloenui ot clovf drip honey after ralnX While she with bonnet swinging runs swiftly down the land Or now the pUlcn Orlndlsiltare at Jier front tho walls While she with thread nndneedlc makes dresses torJoett1olle4 Old Yes full tour score winters have left their drift of snow Upon her head put In her heart the sun Ion a I Still jdldInWheh she would madly sitiniptr along- the blosnonied furs And now the house Is silent anQ now she dreams alone Of nil the I lull t and laughter of doll days she line known A smile comes alUsu faintly to hide a tear nmylmp For now shovcllmbs a lassie Into her inolli T nlap- Ind Kcnre the crooning cadence that oft has soothed to sleep The beautiful songtrcasuro that memory Will kecn Among tlio things we cherish a lullaby that falls Like a benediction breathed on her day of dolls l Thwarting Papa Young man said the stern parent coming Into tho parlor at ten p nt when I wns your ago and was call ing on tho young woman who now bears my name her father would al ways como downstairs at ten oclock and remind mo of the hour Thank you for the encouragement sir politely responds tho swain What do you mean Why your best girls father came and told you what time It was and the girl married you didnt shot I think all I need with your Daughter Is a little parental support tooIGone Out Not Naturally we say to the fair young willow you miss your husband terriblyI she sighs It seems to meat times that I stnlnly cannot get along without Ah himIYes Since Ive put on half mourn till and have begun to go out a little rnearly dislocate ray shoulders try PC to book my Waists up the back V A 1 rJ i t Tr r t 11 t 1 I The Largest Circulation I IOF ANY PAPER IN THIS SECTION i HOWES GREAT LONDON CIRCUS TO BE HERE Thin Times Stroudsburg Pit Aug M 1t1013 Hoon Great London Show yisited tins town yesterday The street parade was very pleasing ns there were mnr open cages of lions and tiJcrRt lI1t were worth looking at The performances in the afternoon and evening were the host over seen hero Tho trained horses and bt rebuck riding wer first class in every role The rapeze and bar performances and the funny set of clowns were till best that any show ever carried InfacQit is thQcleanest most rc fmedfand unto dnto circus thatoj yearsWilliboolay 10 VTt d ThePress Asburry Park Aug 1211UJt M non Slicr5dan and her troop of porfQtmJrfg ns proved phe of till lt f The ivond crfuo Which this Prrt litt r email Exercises ovoffftficse rF- r i tbo forests j fiQrnc f1thIlU 1 lyIrntUI that undbulHedIyvag tiro tnpsteY Jore kt the younrster avnsPrnf Buckleys herdof Jerfoxping elephants including less the IargcM clr pliant in he tfworlL These lingo beasts did stunts of all descriptions from balancing them selves on barrels to piny ring atoui rraay Wi ibo in Jackson Wea esdnlJy w FOR RENT Three first class well ventilated furnished rooms Apply N H COMBS Main street Jackson lyt P CIfAW TEa ETET MATT I j Ifn FOR YOUR HEALTHS SAKE hf CONSUMPTIONA HOUSE DISC u i 0 1IConsumption a house disease House life then whether It be the home or the shop Is the Im J portant factor In the propagation and spread of this disease Impor tant because In these two places the home and the work place i men and women spend practically rboth their waking and sleeping I hours Important again for the reason that In both the home and l the shop are produced and maintained through Ignorance of the simplest rules of health thoseiconditions that tend to Impair physical vigor and at the same I time produce the gsrrrjs of disease and death These facts should make appar teat the Importance of our Indoor life or rather the condl tlons under which we live and r J I work 4 correspond as nearly ail possible with respect to light and air to those prevailing In life outdoorfHarp IHuntinp narG huntlnRM uudoulJl riqtiqtiu sport fhlftf tlibnhc of tlio fox Xeo pursued Irwl d4 light in afltiyntrGjwjee niui in Uritalb Mh ttxvjjiire wi eiipirles looked upon as ifiir more quarry than the foJf RTitL until the time of Queen Elizabeth unit even later way rcrarnt cd ns meta fftrmlnNrI Lot au j itor orT ds+J1 crooUon obit ttp0 pybllstkldlu toil ri- w t6s2J ii Aa of nlieT4 fBkhstb pgrealeat I pttoiftno Ro 1 ht end satIsfactIon to e8c thoi11rtor flila lit t J tic poor bcastJn rt t o s presersa k i Ilooi tad tt Isho lie admitted In tbose shins and expedients nffonl to lovqrs jjf hounds the trethatJ yt lights of hnnljug the timid bare least ns fertile ng any known ckasc In any part of the vrorld Lon don Saturday 1feriew Did UrownhsaTe pwill t Yes Indeed An fa one tool d Is that so t h Yes he left the majority JofibJs l = itoblstires much needless worry Detroit Free Press I t C Sti1 f S IlfZ PGy i9- t P CRAWplJRD Pre JOH11THt p st tt pp I Breathitt C COunty BankINCOIt- POIL1TElI J IJ JACKSON KENTUCKY Capita 15000 1 1 ourhoine bank owned and con dl= by the people of Breathitt couiV ft The safety of a bank does not d I ft charter but on the managiipe1t p directors direct the affairs of our institution and are men ofknown business ability and integrity In RECTORS i F GRAWIORU- I l II2It GRAlOhP making worthy D D CRAWFUBD a J Lens Gro W Fuuxon rE J IEc JAMKS P ADAMS Prcs J H LETTON JKI Cashier FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF JACKSON KYiCAPITAL STOCK 25000 We will give our friends ==rx w Value received in return for the business done with us at the same time we want them l know that we appreciate their patronage tOil I Our policy is sound liberal and just We want your business and will use you well Money Loaned on Approved rIv securitiesj We pay interest on time deposits 1 DIRECTORS a tYly r I whI James P Adams J H Hammons r Jno C Griffith A M ArnoldtL T P CVdwell Jr J Hrixstton l Jr ti I ttp 1ft 1Wr 1 T J1 Im J 11r r 1 f 1 Ns Ti 3fei 5 f1I J V f rI Y I J 0 I f 1 WW f4- y T The Breathitt News 91 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE I1 J WISE HAGINS EDITOR y Friday May 14 1 L Notice to Candidates o Announcements of candidat es i for office will be charged for us follows For a District Office 1000 For n County Office 500 5Except a complimentary notic given candidate nt time J no nnnounces all communications 1 boosting candidates will be charged for at 5 cents per line Such com munications will bo treated as purely advertising matter for which The News docs not assume nny responsibility Cash must accompany all orders A for such advertising ANNOUNCEMENTS J wFOR COuNTY CLERK I take this means of announc lug myself asn candidate fort County Court Clerk of Breathitt County subject to the action of the Democratic party If elected I shall regardless of party aflilm tions be your most obedient ser vant ALFRED RUSSELL s k 1 I FOR SHERIFF Wo are authorized to announc ROBERT DEATON 1of Crockettsville nsa candidate for Sheriff of Breathitt county nubject to Urn action of the Demo cratic partyr t 71FORJAILEfrWo soft tt1I1orzrli to announcer WESfcEYiaWNER Tn fl IasJ cnndH1ato f o rirornrenth jitt county subjeto the action of Democratic pYrty Wb are authorized to announce v J 11 HUDSON v- iuj a canclidatc forJailer of Breath to ittcounty subject td the action of the Democratic party V We arenutliorized to announce t A B lfAr6N as a candidate for jailer of Breath itt county subject to the actioriol C the Democratic party Wo are authorized to announc e J M GOFF as a candidate forijailor of Breath t lit count subject tb the 1 t114 trnticllIrty SUPERINTENDENT OF t SCHOOLS Wo are authorized to announce f r ED DEATON L 1 nSI candidate for the office ol Superintendent of Schools of Breathitt county subject to the action of the Democratic party + e We alcauthorizcdto announca- Ff i WILLIE TAYLOR 5 s as a candidate for the office of u erintendent of Schools o f tielI mFQK UiVJY ATTORNEY M1s WQthqrizcd to announce i H BLANTON k its a candid efor County Attor a toey of Breathitt County subject to the action of the Democratic i party lt iI In a rather one sided affair the I local team spread the kalsorainc ronthe Station team to the tune of 20 to G oh the local diamond I Wednesday before R nice sized crowd of both ladies and gentle men Stantons defeat was due to her weak pitching staff The local team was not inconyenced in the least by their twisters and dodgers anti had no trouble in straightening out the benders into long drives while Jacksons twirler Kinnaird 1 had the visitors up against it from s start to inish Mr Kinnaird j- f played splendid ball at eveay stage and while he did not succeed inI j fanning many of the foreigners he subdued drivers to a few meas toy hit Details of the game Home runD Hall Twobase F0hits Atkisson Malmffoy 2 j t Combs Struck outBy Fuller r Howard + W Lyons By Kinnaird t A Skidmoro Doublo PJavs Musick to Lyons Kinnaird to Ly ons lilt by pitcher By Fuller t i by Kinnaird L Base on balls Off Fuller 8 off Kinnaird 1 K i Left on bseStanton 11 Jack son 9 HitsOff Fuller 7 Off Kinnaird f ScoresD Hull 2 Welch 1 Fuller I Wills 1 A f Skidmoro 1 Kinnaird 3 Mahailcy r 3 Musick 4 Combs 3 Howard 2 LytI 1 l I COMMENCEMENT The Commencement exercises of Lees Collegiate Institute started last Sunday morning with tho bac calaurcnte sermon delivered bi Rev Cary P Moore pastor of tho Presbyterian church of Cn1 thiana Ivy his subject being Strength and Courage for the Untried Way The services were held in the Collpgo Chape mid were very largely sttendeu all Jackson churches joining in the service Prayers were made by Rev R L Kinnaird of the Presbyterian church and Rev A N Morris of the Baptist church und the scripture lesson read by Rev T B Cook of the Methodist church On Monday night a large rtuel fence enjoyed a Musical Recital given by tho pupils fcf Miss Sadie B Smiths class all of whom per formed with wonderful credit to themselves and to their talented teacher After the recital Prof and Mrs Leonarl received at the Dormitory in honor of the Senior Class Mrs C B Dickson Intro duced the guests to tho receiving line Miss Catherine Calk Mis Mary Agnes Alison and Mice Nettie V the fnculty presided at rGo punch bowl And music was furnished by the Jackson Orchestra The Grade Entertainment was given jy dad c nil Kl lii mltfy end 1bimediate Depart ments under ho ttients or Miss Sue Leonardandli r Mars Agoplay in lundJiS9 Cherry Blossonpn tbrtains was the title of a twoac play given by Intermediate and Coli gatcpuJ1i1s under the direu tion Jof Miss Catharine = Calk Prof WM Campbells cJass of boys gave a very clever sketch Education in Politics Tlx Chapelwas crowded with a enthusiastic audience tho evenlnjs proved to be u very enjoyable one Vyhe Commencement Exercises ctosejOYexlnesday thorend ijjijfbjtjftninteresting program by ala graduating In the fellow l Salufatory Ernest Ar NQWlahd Class History Nanoy Sewell 31nss Prophecy Nancy Becleyl Song Dear Heart Jessie Patton Essay Margaret Snowden Recitation Eliza Campbell Our Grumbler Mae Taulbee Valedictory Bertha Jameson In Ills address to the graduates and to the pole of Jackson Dr SlcQorkJe thaniied the people of tlie commupityior the substantial needs of the Institution asking tile people to assist lo building a boys Dormitory and in this way provide for a laYgti number of boys who would come to Jackson to school if ample baarding facilticj thould be provided The benedic tion by Dr E IL Crosslleld President of Transylvania Universitjr closed the exercises of theeyveniiij and all departed Vlth a great satisfaction bee fasue cessful years workr+ The Boa d cr Trustees were presentfoVthojannual medr ng and made arrangements fur extensive repairs and improvements to the Dormitory and College buildings They expressed themselves as much gratified at the success of the school andthe improved colto dition of the finances 1y Commencement Notes Everybody seemed to be pleased with the entertainments This has been the most success ful session the school has had for years Certificates for regular atten dance and high grades were given to a number of students Certificates for regular alten lance at the night school heldat the Dormitory were awarded to some of our local attorneys en jiners and bankers One lawyer stood 100 in attendance up to the time of suspension a few weeks ago while another lawyer starting late in the year managed to work overtime and received tho wonderful mark of 144 The engineer is still waiting for the an lounccmcnt of his grad- eCROCKETTSVILLE Henjamin McIntosh of Canoe was rafting ties utthcmouthof Longs Creek Tuesday for Crawford i Co He expects to have a thousand ready for runninllI I Y Last week tvhllo lloating ties from the Callahan mill on Longs Creek old uncle Wiley Helton was taken suddenly with cramping in his stomach and died in 5JG l hours Ho leaves n wife and five children in rather distressing condition Uncle Wiley was a hard working good citizen and will bo missed by his neighbors Undo Arthur McDnniel of Mil ler branch had a fencing and got it stood string of plank fence put up He seems to think tho county is too poor to furnish room for roads and water courses and the only rule to adopt is to put them I togetherYour correspondent hats some questions he desires to ask the Orstlisa or a till carrier or a drunkard or a liquor seller contrary to the laws lot the State does the laws of tHe I State admit any except law abid j ing citizens to sit as jurors to try Urn violators of tho hw AVsugI get that if violators of the law are to set as court to administer tin J4w against offenders of tho haw there will but few convictions iany fthem is not enough Isw jdlpcltlzens in the county t6 i1 mkilr tho penalties of law for the pflTcnsqs we have one prayer tboffer God bo mercifpl to SodFH r+ CLEMONS4 4 I v- BeirCleiigfr3 has been IqtforidJrvArOf1 4 vtth hear CJ e V rr t to Jackson Monday for niedioil Btv Major Wraghtand0n yDindJohn MPOllniepSb p t its prln broken lijst week by f falllt Jfey Daniel Hiernttsh preitohed- bare Sunday taa largo crowd Jkjay the kprd bless him in his good worktIF C and Wriley Clemons caught a tine lot of fish one day last week J Bill yillson of Quicksandwas here one day last neck after a lot ASClemonsc LAMBRICT f S P Carpenter ad grandson are on the the sick Jilt RileHowardiiistill a cripple from a fall he got from his horse last October and not able to walk only onUiis crutches f KugeneCarpenter6 leg is Btill improving I Jerry Carpenter has got about six acres of new ground ready for planting T Mrs Poll nh Clemons died ear T imbric Friday April SOland her remains were t lcn totne Clem t ns grave yard down on1 South Quicksand t Hiram Stacy and Scburn Fugate visited Lambrie taskSunday GUAGE 4 Rev Samuel Mcliitosli wife ami little son was hero the lirst oflluj week sVJMi8s Laura Patton and Chas Wtton attended church at the mouth of Meat Scffold Saturday and Sunday Dud Howard Jr of Hendricks was hero on business the first of the week Mr Howard is buying chickens and eggs and makes a trip here once a wcekI Miss Ogelee Williams attended church at tho mouth of Meat caf fold Saturday and Sunday t Mrs Greenville Stacy of near Lam ric was visiting in this Ii iihborhjod8unda Mrs S W Craft was visiting i Mrs T R Stirtdivent Sunday Elijah Craft better known as Squirrel is building a line of new fence Darice Kinnaird of Ilailie Ma coflin county was hero Sunday Green Allen of Jackson was here on business the first of the week Why dont everybody subscribe for the Breathitt County News Its a nice clean paper und worth many times the price We ought to have at least 25 subscribers at this office ant a like number at Rousseau and Larabrta I 1J r llOiIiGREAT L NOON e SUOWS Atlckson jVednes4ay J 19 0- T1A t The Show thisytar is Biggor nud Bettor und is in a More Command lag position tluifi over before to maintain their unrivaled standing and ranks and to Atmuie and Dolight Their Thousands of Patrons Many EIi4irelv New and Exclusive Features JTHWRCiET I iN THE WORLD1NEIG 52FT WEIGHS 156 Lg3 AFEVlOF THE MANY FEATURES YOU WILL SEE rla t PerformSP1RjofjBjupjkleys Herd of Performing Elephants worldt RowUale tlje fttautlful Ten Thousand Dollar Ken 0 r Y tuck Horse 1 FTL RG J ILLA EVER fXUlBlTtO IN AMERICA 11 eie tve FttbtT chta in Height andtJgl 150 lunatic V k Treinendeus StreDgth Marvelous Agility W lend his v fe werJfiiUnnsarea wonder to behold A truly Wonderful Diplay of Trained Animals 400PjOPLf 250 HORSES AND PONIES FUNNY CLOWNS PROF WHEELERS MILITARY BAND Tho Flower and Pick of Feature Performers from all nstionsin a Program Extant startling struggles and ludicrous revelries carrying the spectators by storm and wildly applauded by all Bring the Little ones To Seo i BABY ErEPIIANrsCAruIS LIONS MONKEYS AN ENDLESS PROGRyVri OF STARTLING EVENTS SEE ci2CE SPECTACULAR STREET PARADE Starting from the Show Grounds at 10 n m 2PERFQANCES DAILY2 Af t oclockrH r f+ r Ii V t s u QQeQOO oeD QOQ Is GG Cnllhlcrwwr o Cantstf W llTllKllllllllt ZY I W DURMTIiODSili I ARE SATISFACTORY f 5 l I growingt cHen tile Iff 1 you arc not allcu11n this numit trbetS Call in and talk the subject 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LYON SON CO 0- rL i I INSURANCE t01 ESTATE m I STOCKS AND BONDS G o I 0LOANSt 0Wl g AGENCIES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL TJWNS jl t1 9 4 0ofW Want Live Energetic Men to Represent Us1x t r in Unoccupied Territory I0 0 sJ 0 0o Address All Communications to the Comi o pany at Beattyviile Kentucky 0 0- t fOOOOOOfH OOO r 1 i I The Breathitt News J WiSE HAG St KWTOU CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAR IulillHliud livery Friday DitiNK WAINSCOTTS UOXA KOLA Mrs Andrew J llnya is very low with lung trouble 7 bar Lcriox Soap 25c nt HAD wxs f Miss Jane Stamper of St Hel en is visiting her sister Mrs T of M Davidson New Tomatoes Knddishes nnd Lettuce at F11 Heuris store JnmcH II Little has moved into tho old Joe Little property oppo eito 0 K Junction That good Butter ycllcw Lubel at lladdixt I T Kempt of Harritimn Penn was visiting his brother Walter Kempt the first of the week Dry snit Bacon the best cured Hnmsund all kinds of fresh vege tables nod fruit at T 11 Bends II S Chapman and daughter Miss Florence were hero Tuesday attending the Commence mcnt Try Swifts Premium Hams Do ham what am W D Hamilton Phono No 86 t JK A C Millorti fuuTbccn liv inn Arizonn for aoxlo 4 siting friends and rl bounty o Beat tar cries Fruits and VcKctwblw KO to Haddixs Dan Turner has put up a grocery stare hv the addition to hiss house 7 Ku li prepared to attend to any ono ju want grocerjed If you want a Good Cup of Cot ice try Harrington huh tho steel cut colfeo at Iladdixs fif Judo W IL Blanton and wife returned last week from a visit to their sons John James and Til don Blanton of Lambric II M Washburn of Louisville 4 is hero visiting his sister Mrs 1 0 Derlhick Ho will preach at Bcattyvillo and Athol during cr Seminary vacation The Christian Endeavor Society of tho Presbyterian church will spent a social evening nt the residence of Dr C n Dickson on Main street Thursday evening 4ay lath j t V1U C Gamble Secretary of thq faculty of Ucreu College and llov EvII Ciwsiield President f Transylvania University of rLexioKtoWWQre hero Wednesday HttcndinirSfce mmcnccmcnt ex i eroises of IeesCbllegiateInsti tutel to f J n r klntaf lt Sterling s died at his toinoThursday morn ink aged 70 years Hewas strick en while in his gardentc Wed ncsday evening andneverzrrgamn ed consciousness was er of Mrs 1 W Prcwitt of this city There will bo regular preaching services nt the Presbyterian church Sunday morning nnd evening by the pastor Rev It L Kinnnird Young Peoples Society will meet at C45 p m All young people are cordially invited to attend this scrvion reprooilsentativu for the National Biscuit Co will give n demonstration of their goods nt the store of W J Hamilton Saturday Mny i2nd All arc invited Lots of free sam pies These people make the famousUneedn Biscuit and many other cakes and crakcrs of equal merit Preacher Evan R Evans and wife who left this country about a year ago nnd who has spent the greater part of the time in charge of the Methodist church of Dolres and Lebanon Colorado have returned for a short while und have for time present located nt High land College Puncheon Camp nt which place on next Sunday morn ing at 9 oclock there will be held a Sunday school session and at 10 oclock preachingrl i c 4 c 4rlWf1 ut t O G llndden who has been with the firm of R Madden Son tho past few months will return to his position ns traveling nlesI man for E F Spear Son of Paris Ky I C T Stewart of Frozen has accepted position ns traveling salesman for tho Lexington Dry Goods Co rind will enter upon his duties Juno 1s- thI1 Dtftrtluck w d family of Hazel Green stopped over With his brother P 0 Derthick He was on his way to Livingston lent his new home where he will start a new school like tho one at Hazel Green F It Blake Trustee of School District No 1 has just completed the census of his district He finds that there are 385 whites and t8 colored children between the age of C tumid 20 years lie also took n census of tho district and found the number of people in the district to be 1350 This does not include district No2I part of which is in the corporjato limits of the town of Ihckson NOTICE j It Hadden 8 Son luWin r sold their stock of merchandise in South Jackson to Sowcll Needy ham nil parties having accounts against said firm ofjl Hndden 8 Son will pletiso liroecob bainc to ULHiWddh JiicksonV Ky W J llniiiiitonjs sopurcd the agency for Jacksrijftj the Stanton Rtf ro the be t to bn hail in this scctU Ho will get them ovnry other dill as long as they last andas they willreach hero the same day they are picked ho will bo in a position tr furnish the best nnd freshest Strawberries that como to Jack sonFOR YOUR HEALTHS SAKE WORRY A HABIT Worrying U simply a habit It Is also a very foolish habit It cannot be cured by good resolutions nor by talking about It The best cure la to keep buoy At i Satan always finds some work for Idle hInd to dOo the Idle mind will always find plentyof time to worry over the caret and perplexities of life The health side of this hint fi that worry Im pairs digestion destroys mental poise and ruins good temper And no one can be physically healthy and happy who cultivates tho habit of worrying v Camp Algdnac rite Kentucky Evening Gazette announces its second nnnual outing nt Camp Algonnc Mich tho week of July 2028 Last year HSl Central people enjoyed this delightfulotitinit and tho Ga zette has decided to fanke it an nnnuul fcnturc 2350 covers all necessary expenses Including transportation from Lexlpgtpn to Camp Algonao and return tourist sleeper going breakfast on the steamer Tashmoo before roaching camp board and iodgingyfbtwono wok For further ts of the trip nddres Outin nJepartment iKcntucky Evcnrnfr Gazette Lexington 1or Ih C Musick local representative Jiickson Ky Fon SALK Ono house and lot at a bargain Call on or address DiANcr STKOKU Jacks n Ky FOR YOUR HEALTHS SAKE CASH VALUE OF AIR It Is possible for a man to live three weeks without food three days without water and three minutes without air This simple statement of a well known fact should make It clear that air fresh pure air lathe most Important element In the world for the sustaining of life It Is also equally Important that In order to perform the best labor to do the bst work In any occupation human beings must be plentifully supplied with pure airThere are shops stores and factories In every city where the conditions as to ventilation and light are bad It would be econo my on the part of the owners to spend money liberally to Improve these conditions The returns on the Investment would come In more and better work from the employee No employer of labor can afford to overlook these Im portant considerations ShoAVhnt do you want IIeA pcnnorth o nuddon SUn Plain or plum lie Plain SheHot or cold He Hot She Have It ere or tike It wly ycr lieIre She Fork or tin gore lIe wearily Ob blow ycr puddent Gimme ami London By stander M Ji JI I NOTICE of BANKRUPT SALEo IIn the District Court of thVUtto led States for the Eastern DiV trict of Kentucky lIBankrupt J In pursuranco of the judypent enteretlLjSimematter Jackson Kluctri end llydntu Ie Manufacturing Company No 04 1 now pending in tho District Court of the United States for tho East ern District of Kentucky and di rected to me ns Trustee in Bankruptcy for the Jackson Electric nnd Hydraulic Manufacturing Company I will nK such Trustee on tho 24th dnv of May 1000 at ItiiJO oclock P M on the premi KCS of tho said Bankrupt in the City of Jackson County of Breath itt und State of Kentucky sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder upon the terms hereinafter named the following property of tho Bankrupt towit 1 Ono twentyton Ice Plant together with all the machinery and equipment composing tho sauna and located on snit property of said Bankrupt Same will bo sold as personal property 2 All Hint tract of Innl toy gether with all the improvements thereon situated in the town of Jackson Brcathitt County Ken described follows iieginningatlbecorner of M S and Emily Crains lot said corner bearing N 50J 1V1b3410 feet from the corner of llollego Avenue and Broadway Street thenco witlfuf ainVlino S 30 do rce3 15 W 12J 5lOlcct tl1 nc- o1Iinil1id Crnins lino N 50i W 41 feet to stake thence N 80 degrees 15 EJ2LS10 feet to Broadway Street thenco with said street S 501 K 41 eel to the be ginning together with nil im movemonts nuclnnery equip irtepl nod fixtures situated on said propqrty also nil poles nnd wires upon or strung alongvthe street of the town of Jacksbnjinfl Counly of Breathitt and any and all franchises rights andprivilega granted to owned Or enjoyed by the Jackson Electric and Ilydraul ic Manufacturing Company for suppl ving electric light to tliejown mind citizens of said town nnd county N All of the property described in this pnragrngh will bo sold as n whole excluding therefrom any part of said property Described in paragraplvl above nn constituting said twenl ton icnllnlt tl A so nil tangible personal- property U r the linnlcrup where ever located or situated The property described in porn graphs 1 and 2 above will le sold separately nnd in each instance the purchaser of tho property de of tho respective paragraphs will ho required to pay tho sum of Five Hundred Dollars 50000 in cashand tto execute for the remainder of the purchase price his purchase money bonds with good and sufficient surety for equal installment thereof pays respicctivelysaid bonds tobear intorcsl at the rate of six per cent 6 per annum from tlio dale of sale until paid and to constitute and bo a lien up on tho proberty sold to secure this pnymcrtlthercof nnd in the event of default in payment of either of said bonds or nay part thereof at maturity nil the remaining bonds immediatelydupbn such dofnult will immediately advertise suit property for sale at public auction on the Ircmies at such time us he shall fix utter advertising saidmale for a period of four weeks jo the Breathitt rpublishcd will resell said property for the unpaid bondssuch resale ifany will bo made for cash to bo credited upon the unpaid bonds and any balance remaining unpaid proceedTrustee will institute proper pro ceedings to enforce the collection thereof If the purchaser fails to immediately comply with all the conditions of any sale hereinabovc directed to be made tho undersigned as Trustee will immediately resell said property upon the same terms and conditions us shove set forth Tho property described in para graph J above will bo sold for cash and in time event time pur chaser or purchasers thereof fail to pay for sonic at the time of the sale tho Trustee will immediately resell time scone All bids will be reported by mo for confirmation at an adjourned meeting of the creditors of said Bankrupt to be held before Ches ter Gourley lieferea in Bankrupt onKen1tuckpany Building on the 20th day of May 1000 at ten oclock A M I W S IlOGf Trustee in Bankruptcy NOTICE 1 All persons indebted to the of It Ilnddcn Son will please call nnd settle with K L Haddcn without further notice It HADDEN Sox 1 t r =Ii 4 7 y lt1 ANCE hr I IHE DRUG CO 1 w i- w Sertainly deserves your patronage r I hr ilippcflliso wo abaolutely Cuarnnteo Satisfactionr Sec ite tbvo you money on Evrrr article r 3hC onl thu Brtsr r- Ji t ft1lliJunr Prscriptons from time Vms r 4 4 Jrngl obtainable tlmorebv leasingyour l doefioriud at the sonic tinmo Sneing 011 Money 6 Because our lino of Drugs are most carefully selected VarietyJ 0 a Medicine Toilet Article yi mor Druggists Sundries may be had at Oifu store K i Because wo servo you Is owl not tit a minute and vi i appreciate your trade no matter how little W 11 g 1 r Country Doctors Dont Forget Usll l Iccatiei tt frill save you atone ou your drugs All wo ash isthuit you buy your next bill from us and wo will Vi Slaoevfou Call= for thewNKv Ditco STORK and insist on i rfindillg j H i RELIANCE DRUG CO j I l Between Taulbec s Store and Singer lnchJne building y JACKSON KENTUCKYf 1 7J Having decided s to close out my entire stock o j Iv ILLINERY i I I I inviteyou to come and inspect our styles land r on s i liitIlUifiMIr 8j1ooo SKI will have a Special Sale falllkinds of Hats Will also have a line pfpfess Goods and willrv c make a Specialty of Dressmaking Fancy anU Plain Sewing at reasonable price- sMOILIEI FIELDSl II l ssc t uZ5s25a52 SZSr52525252 S25SZ S S25252525E5252Z5a 1 airg With Pleasure Ii IS t ls enjoyed oily by those who have their work r tlon iM ppcrlvr Everyman that shaves owes it om I toThr elf to be fully infoiniqd about the excel lane nd smooth cutting quiitytjgl our razors iI SreVxtrcmc caution tai proper t 1 jJft rrwttiomofall ncccssorlcs used on his face and rilimiJ i iliib resultant feeling of pleasure over the th s been telL hnlcd tlur workmen t a jijiivobccn properly trained and use the greatest rare lQt 1ry f Post Shdvlng Parlor t II ONE DOORE3TOF BAKEft JACKSON KY 25Zr525252Z2Si255252S252S2S25252525525255il1 r A l- D Lt L ENi4 V TI watchmaker Jeweler JACKSOX KV t VHas Elgin AyidUumTnnif the Standard Brands of Spectacles atul nil other kinds of Jewelry worn by ladies and gentlemen Itvpnlritlg ui nil IflcripHIIIIS- cRrcfu1lya cltlPtnlitlv dneat prices iii ii of V one IiII Facts For Farmers I Two of clover will remov- ecigutythrce pounds ofnltrogcn fifteen pounds of phosphoric acid and eighty eight pounds of potash A ton of timothy alone removes twentyfive pounds of nitrogen ten nnd onehalf pounds of phosphoric nell and eighteen pounds of potash A twcnfyflve bushel crop of wheat will take off flftythrce pounds of nitrogen fifteen pounds of phosphoric ncldnnd twentythree pounds of pot nabtIt U said Jhnt a fifty bushel ciOp of corn will rob the BOH of thirtytwo nnd one hnif pounds of uUrogcn thirtyone pounds of phosphoric veld amid sixty tlvt pounds of potnshV oS A 1tXlcIV110t cltjrpr nnd tlmptliy nmouiitlng J to one cnfl a Unit tuntpcr acre takpf fiftynine pounds of nltro Ken- fourteen pounds iof phosphoric acid and fortysix pounds of potash Fiirmera bulletin Xp 1g of the Unit ed States department of ngrlculture says that a mixture or two parts of cornincul nnd one part cottonseed meal fed for ten weeks to lambs with puts turngo gave a weekly gala of 203 pounds per head The Iambs were ted about eight and one totlt pounds each per week of the mixture The Louisiana experiment station- I has been studying Filed staggers In horses Its cause und cure but nothing definite could be found It Is their opinion that the causo otho disease Is In tome wuy nssoofo tfYltH the condl lios ot till leavflug tIettale such as- graae or w t iW 1 r otj corn brought about by tbt mncks of mold or fungus in ono year the ce o murket n crop of honey worth nearfymum much as the barley crop three times as much ns the buckwheat crop JOOOO 000 greater than the yc crop and nearly 0000000 greater than the rice crop All of the rice ni 1 buckwheat on nn aggregate nr v of 2120 13 iquiircTnil9S did not ro ictt to tbo talwt stthei Uouey fISipSQ t a If qO- ft J 1 THE NEy- 5ackson Orqhestra Music furnished for all occasions threedaysTHOMAS D PoitTBif Mr Post Karhcrghop phone G1 vrAATTORNEY AF LAW OFF101INCRAWFORD BLDQ I JACKSON KY T A full line of mens womens i and childrens ShoesIalso the famous l Shoo nt r II 13 Joitleuv f iJI JJllWATCHMAKER and JEWELER fackson Jfy- AH work Guaranteed t Watch and Clock Repairs and Cleaning A Specialty I cater for the business of all Strawberries Green Beans To matoes Lettuce Green Onions Radishes Cabbage and New Ppta iocs a9 addLsItiirr i jItI J i 4 Il J ifi 6lII Fi1 F cr IS J CRAWFORD I inl1 S 1 HAY CORN OATS 111 1 111 +1 Grass Seed Mill Feed Corn Meal Wool 1 Hides Feathers Poultry Eggs I r1 Ginseng and all kinds of Country Produce X11 Flu 11 11 Bought e CAR LOAD LOTS A SPECIALTY I1- 1l1 1 Main Street Near Broadway Jackson Ky l1 fl1 t 1 Ll tITILG liOUGHT AND SOID FOR CASH I = M DEPEND ONtt 4JS1If you depend on us we are sure that you will ba Entirely Satisfied with the way in which your r t want ll1 be taken care ofnl l 00f It t tlt is your Doctors Proacriptioilyon =fj- I want tilled wo will attend to it in r i Llm thut will please him tjlinnd give you the utmost tr AS tcpTON artmdothatmsdeI+ + Ifci stock is most carefully selected nn l1n rtis to be- f fiend prnctilI11JJ hiu article tluitis iyer iU fit i rotnii drag tore Our aleck ie factors drour Borvjceto custotiiersTs as gool a refn ntY tuntion CIII maku itt 1is t Depend on us and yanr drugstore jYluga y will protru satisfactory and a to yous 0 JACKSON DRUG co IL Cor Main and Court Streets I G t i hF r l dre lou Settinff thei 1It tt U frtii t I9 In merchandise your money will 0 riaP i Nb m If you getJTJiem ffontfCrwford Wi typii may besure you arejSlf w f r isf Theres no use trying you cantt i or w tM4 beat their goods and prices f WiIiJit iWhY Because if there were any goods made we would have- a them in stocktVv w Come in and do your tradin wT r l us and get your moneys w 0- Y taJ fa CRAWFORD WOeI- f IL j JACKSON KY i F 4 F i Oi7r QG t 91t 191Ei 11hs F914- e 4 I Qiso- r 1 1 IThis is the Question is better to keep your money in a drawer or safe and dole it out in payments of accounts and bills or to bank it and pay by check 1 Tliero can bo but ono answer to this bank it and check it out OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH US l It will systematize your affairs teach you economy and bring you into contact with tho best pcoplo of tho community Three Per Cent Interest Paid on Time and I Savings Deposits JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK LJACKSN KENTUCKY I t v i twoC t= r t JrtH =q 4 ffy iJo ij7 iA iffl c TIs It 1 4jL it R f 1 14fo L s it f WomansWorld A WOMAN JAILER L How She Manages the Male Prisoners c j of Afgle Switzerland I t I Tl sr 1 oy one olDclal woman i IW jat In tin rld Her name U Jen X lIortftI ind sin lives In Swltzrr nnd nixlor oflitd j i rcxornor 3 tilt prison at vlgio in the Klione vnt Icy It came about lu this way f Thirty SeaN 8O Mme Porchct mar riM the chief warder of the prison nnd ooou provod to be a helpmeet IndvtMl Itlng II trollly tuiit wV1l111t1 and Er1th proper notions of discipline she ort I UIIE roncnkT made as good a jailer as her husband and more than once diLl tile work when ho was III or away So when he died the authorities asked her to toe Jils place perma 4 I neatly and she accepted All the year round the Alglej rlson contains from twelve to tweffiy male prisoners sentenced to terms of Im t raiiIagfrom three months to threey7iijadalthougl1 the wo f man ja11erlio assistants she has WIt noverVhad njroublei171th the prison ers except indeed OH one occasion mauyfyears ago when a burly ruffian at attacked her J Mme Porcbet taught him a lesson In 10 f good behavior that confined him in the T4 hospital for several weeks Strict disciplinarian though she is I the woman jailer has the kindliest of i beaus aud takes great Interest in her i t guests as she calls them Many a c p prisoner has been set on the straight path again by her wlsefand kindly ad- J vice Do Not Feed Crackers The habit of giving baby something to chew etc between meals Is not to be advocated and crackers should be banished from the nursery Far from being digestible they are otherwise for moistened by much saliva they go 1 i Into the stomach in solid mass more jr I 3 less poulticelike in effect and give the jf tiny organs hard work Vhou baby la old enough to have any such article of food zwelbach should be substituted Vjforcrackers theIou 4 thrives If the feeding varies from t what the Infant has been accustomed r to the method should still be followed For Instance if there is a child visit Ing the house Its usual hours must be- L known and continued and It it has been In the habit of getting Ita heavy r meal at a time different from those at Z home effort should be made to let the t individual regime continue Otherwise liiHyears j who half been having her hearty meal t atT 0 oclock went recently to visit some i 4V relatives who gave it to her in the of the day with bread and jmllkat night On coping home she told her moths that Jibe bad been hun V4V It gry all the Uealnlgbt and was un able to jileepfattdrslie was really 111 for three da at ard It was entirely K result of changing hours of feeding I A Quick Way Ko matter how much aflnnU1VV like to sew she often gets very tired of the work especially when there ere just u few more stitches needed toj complete on article This In true ofI the busy mother who is always plan ning for the making of something else 4 before the garment In hand III finished By such a woman a helpful hint Is apt predated 3 i For Instance when making a corset i cover It takes time to cut and turn In the edges of material for u casing1 through which to run the ribbon neccS sarily used at the waist Hue of the article A piece of strong tapcof suf ficient width will not have to be turned lu but merely to be sewed along each edge on the sewing machine and used as a casing An Ingenloui Tuck c The mother who groans over the d-ef structlvcnegs of her young son on the knees of his stockings should adopt the plan of one Ingenious mother who I has learned how to make stockings last twice as long In buying she selects stockings as long as they can be bought and before tlw1l1Ins become hopelessly darned the tuck Is ripped and the worn part I raised so that it slips under the short trousers while a whole knee takes lu pUca of- I 1 Coming to the Point I After halt an hour of sileucc Hiram I suddenly spokeVSally Ive been apayln my respects to you for live years come next August aint IIyes Indeed Hiram was the trem ulous reply Why 5 Well nil Im agoln to say Is that r 1in durned sick of the installment i plan Spm II said Sally 0 1 I I 4Jf Ip t r 0 r WELL GROOMED WOMEN For After All Nature Hasnt Don Much For Them An Englishwoman writing In thc Queen di clires that she considers Nn ture very much overrated lu the matS tcr of taste hloor Instance says the Jady it Is perfectly evident that Nature couslil cm tie Ideal color for human hair tube that of a potato Suggest to her the diana of auburn gold or midnIght iiwks and she says lu effect Toohl Olvo me a good durabl shade like potato brown So she proceeds to give it to us StralKlit hair too Wavy hair Is IDOl becoming to nluetyulne eases cut of n hundred yet 1 suppose not one woman lu tt thousand has real natural Iy wavy hair Aaturo likes n shlnj nose Not Venus herself would took well with n shiny nose yet lifes path i way would IK Illuminated by count less millions of thorn if we left the matter to Nature Whun It comes to our attitude or carriage how many of us would uol stoop It we were simply natural Our arboreal ancestors probably stooped frightfully Our tech Theories to tin contrary notwithstanding 1 assert that running about without shoes spoils the- I beauty of ones feet Though nobody thinks less of A ItIinches I should was round The lucky possessor of an absolutely round waist may have one of twentylive Inches and still appear to measure only eighteen Nothing can ue moro beautlful than aa absolutely lovely natural woman n woman with perfect skin and hair features and figure q woman tot whom Nature has douo everything fti her very best but bow often dpvyoij find her Once in a million times perhaps r Aa for most fVus we antour hair avon if abundant to be ortxeil- Into brilliance iIl4t rmwe want our possibly natural tetkVietUIly pt served anJbptc aflsame Wtl pur skinWe U tui ttlt- walk and dance ai4hIo oorsclyca properly to wear the rhgbtys5the right boots the right clotbea Wjo want our color lasfncf and ourf h era taste trained Jre wn tQbe Jausbt in youth not to tojk thropgV our uuses or put of our Loots uot laugh too loud or in an unfortuuatelY1- acquired manner We to taught to take care of our nails the nail left to Nature docs Nature but rlIIJJrecivilizationconcerned if rve are to be fit to look at BEAUTY HINTS Many nervous women dud that they can sleep better If they take a bran bath just before retiring Every time you pick up something from the door let the bending come absolutely from the hips and not the knees This exercise wjll make the waist supple One cannot have a pretty baud if the fingers are broad at tha tips Pressing down on the ends of the fingers from the first joint to the tip will If done many times a day remedy this defect Any eXercise that works muscles and chords about the stomach promotes digestion and for this reason special- Ists at foreign baths strongly recom mend that no person shan sit immedi ately after eating The middle aged figure is to be fear ed You can avoid Itbydlet and exer else which win keel your limbs firm and solid and which will do away with the fatty rolls on hips and abdo men Every day order from your grocer n pound and n half of round steak chopped fine Heat this without button In a frying1 pan This amount will do fox three meals Shun butter potatoes crcanl sugar and fats AI little care and you will be eleuder lgaln6 Thraa Salad A delicious salad served at n luncheon recently came In On Individual plates On each plate there wag a white lettuce leaf and heaped Intbe middle of it shredded celery Ie5e with mayonnaise und IPrliklial on the top with broken EsliJttlput recap Around the m ere were Strips of llnnlsbrrpeppcrs ntreshfruitpeaches drain Jtal arrajnge the halves othetrultcon lettuce leaves sprinkle them with shredded almonds and a few cherries if they are at hand and dress them with mayon noise If nuts and cherries are not at hand the peaches are excellent alone A woman with aV long salad repertory bolls English walnut meats with a slice of onion and a blade of maee for fifteen minutes their drains and chills them and serves fin lettuce leaves with sections of hard bojled eggs and mayonnaise As a garnish the uses strips of olives To Save the Slippers For the very fine slipper whose soft ness needs little more than the old time stuffing of crumpled tissue paper there Is a homemade spreader that will save the price of a shoe tree Take a pair of long covered steels those that come for boning waist seams Cover them with puffed ribbon or silk and stick one end of each Into a tight ball of cotton also covered with shirred ribbon or silk This baR should te big enough to fill the vamp of the slipper and should bo securely lewed to the steel Finally it is to be placed In the slippers toe after which the other end of the steel Is sprung rntothebulV The Original MIcawber The conquered gladiator cast his eyes imploringly at the gallery What are you looking for asked the victor tickling him playfully In spenrI something to turn up answered the other with a wan smile History neglects to tell us which way the thumbs of the spectators pointed Cleveland Leader 1 t 1 FEEDING THE- STALLIONi I A well known breeder of thorough r breds says of feeding stallions bookII glthishave also Rained wide publicity by the j same means but they may all no reduced to a very few simple maxims Stallions are horses and require horse food also with horses as with men ones food Is anothers poison and the idea of prescribing so many oats corn anti so much hay and some of the trimmings so fond to the heart of the otilcc theorist as the only way To feed any stallion aud the way to feed all stallions Is so patently ridiculous na not to require extended comment But there Is one tiling which most stallions do lack and which Is of the greatest value grass To eat green gross growing U of tiie very greatest value to all horses ManyIthe grass for cut and ted to the bnrvo la the stall but while so fed It U not en1 llrtly valueless it tnlssea many of the most important objects to be attained The eating of the gras getting the head down having the processes of I Ulnstic retarded by the wandering- a out in search of the choicest morsel and the operation of nipping them offL U part of Baturerplau for making the Itt rxt c qunutlttes of food a horse will 4t HWfflBKHlate limIt to the relative lytiiMH receptacle that constitutes the niijrafOs Some owners go Jo tiMvothere xtreul aPIl rprersp ngturps- proewaI by putting the feed box and p hayraekas high up as the horse can possibly eat from theta the Idea J clug presumably to stretch lite neck In the other direction aamuch as may be I Many other things enier into the propor dlnrotllallf9t and the I horse is always a petter iidgc than I t Qmananl each J4f fie treated according toVMifffiips Individ oal Idtpsyucraste If yw baye rassed astalljanj you anB jiave failed to romaTrk 1ib heJatwm- dllT r fronf yours YpB a particularly inviting plot pf jM ant herbage and lend the horse tkertv to only jo find him tugging at ithe hat ter strap In an effort to wander to another spot wherehewm lraH greedily upon what tp roure1 j much less edIble grpwtages And bow often you find your Ifo burying his teeth in the pure black earth eating the dirt with a greediness and evident relish that are highly Big nlflcnnt and suggestive Many horses are as notional about their meals as are their owners and A CHAMlION CLTUMIUUE you can no more feed a stallion by rule of three than you can a man And the horse wilt Indicate to you whether pr pot you are attending to your duties oa chef and purveyor properly In a uncertain manner Tho trouble with too many owners Is that they yant to constitute themselves the judge itWhat the h eat rather than permit the horse to show them what be likes land wants and then pro Tiding Jt for him Many horses do tfot lketo eat corn QI tile cob but if the qwncf fo any re sop thinks crn U the rr6per ration the horse will e eZ rere3 corn and may take It or leave it ilofPphorseti will eat what they dont i4ko rather hanstarve Try all possible ways of dcterniln ing what the horse wants Notice what he goes for avidly and cleans up to the poliit of licking the bottom of the box for more and feed him those things until he begins to show stgns that be wants a change Tho horse knows what he likes better than SOQdoand what be likes will be good for him Horses have much better sense than peopleV Exercise and feed are two Important jm jterK but are far from exlmixtln the subject One thing that owuern particularly of small farms often over loot U that stallions like company and many a good breeding horse has suf end great deterioration from loncll DOM Horses exhibit no feeling more plainly at Ulpstbl1n homesickness and the desire for companionship with their kind Stallions ought not to be babied and paiupored Nothing Is better for them than the gospel of hard work And they should never bo subjected to very material changes Their work should lie about tin same all the year around and If changes are made they should be introduced very steadily Th Young Pigs Do not make tbo food too sloppy Keep plenty of charcoal In pen Catrato pigs at three weeks not laterObserve regularity In feeding an let them out torn run occasionally- As tim young pigs come in do not allow them to lose tbelr baby fat bu keep them lu good condition tight fronr he time they are weaned- SELECTING A JACK Paints to Be Considered In Purchasing a Well Brd Animal The high prlcps which have prevail ed for some time In the mule market have prompted many farmers to look Into the subject with a view to turn ing their attention to the production of this valuable draft animal Consid ering the perplexities connected with I the purchase of jacks the following suggestions from a Missouri breeder i l JbArwUa than Interesting 1 I Jf and valuaU1 i1 wIalteealltho attention of all thoselnthe narlnt for s jack to some pertinent facts ret9ing the purchase of such an aninmtJor breeding pur j poe My experience covers an ex tended period In tb01IUslneM and 1 therefore feet qualified to speak A Jack under fourteen bands high can not be registered It Is also important to see that the color Is black and that the points are white as IP the animal answers to OlhejrMttscrlptlon ho Is incllglblWo reeltry buyer who would V j tiubatlng In tho selection Q I fhruld carefully look OTC t lttigte special atteH cpinuing He should lnR JOOI1 boot and a wide heel nnd It Is Mwnj well to look for big ixme heavy liend and oars I A t ELI mum JACK Besides tl1sihutuyer should assure himself thnty fhe auluml la a proved breeder AVheXyOU iave secured these points in an animal you Dbe pretty sure of getting your moneys fort- blIluoll lines there are tricks which every man who standout to buy a Jack should know to protect himself fropi being wade the object of untrustworthy alcts Or dinarily it Wa very easy matter to wndlp Jbi ijcroKe Jqck buyer ns nine out of ten who are out to pur chase know DetMng about the requlre meats of a edaiiiuaI nod iuyarla bly they arejsaken ativantage ot There are goodBWiny brcederii plus business who are prnctlcitis tl+e policy of selling direct to the buJtr insteiil pf letting tk4j productions ge to the la 11I1ll out to bujerif44krImt part sr of till ee47 e i ffbuyitig direct rretue r has every advantage abdli ynSu recofflmcnd It strongly There are C good many tbInII regard ing hip l rclIP pf a Jack which can not pjj explained pn piper and there fore the buyer who would get tM most worth Of bl4money Jhonld use sesee dtscrlizjieailon In choke ef those whemhepatrnuizest 0 Iask f Water Lessen Mlk Plow Deft f11t1con shift for ftern selves In the matter of water They must have all they want of Audi a temperature M win Induce theta to drink enough to supply their seeds Many a c6VfalU down In bei MllKj pc 7uctIon beenNsd1e 1llItaIU tn water the watrrjjwjhg either djjBcult of access or too to palatable rTHE SHEPHERD I Aroa tIOf4ltD wtierp the sh ep n glrcvevltfoDco oficitug sick can be Isolated and troIed Mifiiy a contagious disease can fcitlil way kept from spreading luJi ocIL tWvnWfr Bt TFor tnee Fences for hot Lt less than tbteo feet bILwitii sixteen feet and pfJsferiibly woven wire wlttfii single barbed wlreat tbe top Barbed wire Jaapt tdcawae the loss of wool because Sleef wUeii In rail fleece1 are ttltilue1ltbcrowdld rojiglieeeclally If the wlrti are n- ut2trcbjctl C V5 rctsAwut Shp FroiHrecerds kept nt tbellicbadn eJperbHcatltUO jotj eWeeffrlag a of 1Ie years the ettowkA- cconelusioMwere 1 sblreewlftllpe tob mars prolific than any other breed Ewes ix years old produce the laipint per centage of increase while young ewes tjave the greater per cnaga01 single anibs i percentage oif ram jumbs r lb Rceptage of ewe larBbtrdecrijeisM m wtfnge of the ewe adra lat two 1oor three ie The agltof the mm does not have any effect on the sex of the offspring Ramlatnbg aver age about onjihqJf pound heavier at Llrth than ew iiThe larger the ewe the grearwtbe percentage of in crense whlleeue rum balInorlrect on lbs IflrnUs In lItle respect feeding Sheep It Is always advisable In feeding sheep npt to feed too much corn Clover hay and corn lu equal tarts by weight should bo given during the fat toning period Except for fattening purposes It Is better not to feed sheep nu corn at nil corn keald to contain about 00 per ceqtjV tl8 hal1d 0 percent of oil my dlgcMtlble 311 makes tntnrldJbe starch product boat and also f tVOnnccount of Itsv boat producing power tt is inadvisable to feed corpVI3flse of there not btI- flC my great quantity of protein In rornluts necessu7 feed something slue with lover or uialhi of Sowing yegetabi8eeds If the jsoll haiiwen properly water ed after the sowing of vegetable seeds little attention athis direction will be needed before fthe proper time for transplanting This will depend large ly upon the character of the weather lu bright sunny weather when free ventilation Is required the flats may need an application of water almost dally Excessive watering however should be guarded against as It tends to produce tender spindling phuits tlow tO Tie art sitil JutHOrC the distance tfejugT Just elxtyslx feet between them Ile it plwo of colored cloth exactly Jnthe middle of lii- One acre it grouiulVllI be four times the length ami two and a halt times- tile width or tbn equal of sixteen rods lIIak1Inthe rope dry so It will not stretch sI 48101vueI flI ii S t 4 ct 441t d ri REMOVAL I hnve moved to McCormick near Cnmpton Junction where I will continue my business of mnk ing Monuments O TOMBSTONES IAn urm wnntin nnylhinj in will plenso writo mo at McCormick Ky 1will mnko tidI1opLorders for me R M SHEL TLC leuvmullH UIII tl4tdjUtlKOb cast out of heaven In the swift down ward light IVKlfer overtook Ucrlsv hub Wlmtfl troubling you Hub hI ho called An old problem answered the future foul fiend between somer aultaVhere are you going thIs falirrhtladelpbla Record JflIUttJflUptO13Oot2OOyTd12lbe easy new gee ncvrr meter a ftj f re Ih In r all t For full d rlplan ol lJjt7ePegsateri- siet cot Out 1l ptt caUlcc Mllltd fna for 3 alamo pastas I DeMarlinRrearOs Ca 4WtItoi Street NEW IIVXH CCIIM II r So tMe wcrld is BOttliiiT UettcrV 80 wont ptAphj J hi uk Or are wiJusf getting used to Itt LouisvillcpotirlcrJpurnal Enuinos Boilers nnd Sawmill outfits of highest quality on rca priceior logue H or call on II P SLav ens Jackson KyVdun regrets that he cannot possibly receive hm she directed Carolina There WoKa ring of protest and paIn In Hope Oeorglaa voice ns she darted out af the iwir jft r the servant Here Is Relief for Women If you have pain in tim buck Urinary lilxddnr or Kidnoy trouble and want a certain pleas nnt herb relief from Womens ills fry Mother Ornys Australian leaf It is a safe reliable recu Intor and relieves all Female Weaknesses including inllamatiori and ulconitions Mother Grays AustralianLeal is sold byDrujr jristaior sent by mail for 50 vents Sample sent free Addrcs The Moth i OrayCo Lo Roy N can to A ireat many people wha lavo trifle4 1wlth indigestion have been sorry for it when nervous or chronic dyspepsia resulted and they have not been able to cure Ituse Kodol anti prevent having Dyspepsia S Everyone Is subject to Indigos tion Stomach derangement follows stomach abuse just as naturally and just as surely as a sound and healthy stomach results upon tbo taking of Kodol When you experience sourness of stomach belching of gas and nauseating fluid bloated sensation gnawing pain In tho pit of tho stomach heart burn socalled headaches dullness or chronic tired feelingyou cd Ko dol And then tile qulckoV take Kodol tho better Eat you want let Kodol dlg t It Ordinary pepsin spe1 lets physics ol ar to be of much K iflt u digestive nllm s osln onlI of Firm Notice is hereby given that after 5y 1st 1009 the members of the linn of Noble Noble will be Henry Noble and Clarence Noble instead of Georgia Noble and Elijah Noble who were the old members The new members all of the lejral and law ful indcbtness of the old for raer 9 i Tha Puritans and Christmas Bccauso Christmas Is really a cur viva of the heathen festival called by the Cells 1ule and Is by many not regarded as tbo actual birth dato of Christ tho Puritans of tho seventeenth century not only did not observe tbo day but made laws against Its cole bration In 1044 parliament of that date actually pawed an net ordering that Dec S3 should be kept as a aol emn fast anti that nil people should Hpcnd tho day lamenting the sins they lint committed In pant years when they kept tho tiny ns n feast There were fearful rows Soldiers were sent lo houses whore tho Inhabitants were suspected of tho heinous offense of eating mince ple and ordered to search for such delicacies and carry thorn away Pitched battles were fought in the streets between Christ tnasltes und autiChrlntmasltcs Chi cage News Everybody is likely to have kid ney and bladder trouble III Inch nearly everybody has some tjcpubh of this kind That is thn rem oii wiLy you so often live pains it the back and groin scaItIing SOl sa tion urinnr disorders etc thats your Tho best thing ttl do is to get seine of Do Witts Kidney and Bladder 1ill right away Tako them for a fey lays or n week or so and you will feel all right In this way too you will nrdcur dangerous and possible serious ailment They arw perfectly harmless and are not only antiseptic but allav pain quicUly by their hoalitU Snd vour name tl K a Chicago foi ii free trial box They are Mold here by Jackson Drug Co Little fouryearold Allen had beets given a Noalia ark on his birthday One day he put tit animals all in shut th doer and tat silent t WltarQ3oattIugferMicnrWho thcreV Partr Figaro makes otto guest ask at a dinner party Louis XIV ytWf1twuf11 What do you meant StIWrH his name III Louis and he U always invited when without him Jere would bo thirteen at table Jf you eptctto jet tho original Car oli Unzcl Salve you must bo sure that it is Ie Witts Carbolized Witch Haze Salvo It is good for cuts burns bruises and is especially good fo piles Refuse substitutes Boh by Jackson Drug Co 4 Offhand Courtship On the chores of tho Moray flrthtlu spot need not be wore specifically lo callxedthercU a o rlnhlns little til coitsistIuvm and uau do not court In the isIpcttrlMr of one case nny generally bo accepted us characteristic of them nil There Is of course nn occasional Instance of genuine old faslilonwl court enpoHallStothcr iwld one young man on lila return from a succexaftj tarring fishing Im goAn to Rt imjrrid Wed Jcpnv I think yo shM jtst gang an asic yet cousin Marack A vl as bo had no particular preference ho went straight 1way to nsk Her Wnll ye talc IRI Mararkr vas the ybLcblitircs neo of hot slater Delia But Mary Imd prouiLsnl her hnnd to mother the same evening 011 ranna tak yc Jeems was her reply and yeirnChambers JQUMI DeWitta Utllo Kirly Hisers the famous little liver pills small gentle and sure Sold by Jackson Drug Co 1 t Better NotetVDyspepsia If you help it Kodol prevents by effectually helping Nature Relieve Indigestion But c1nttriflt wUfci In1inV diarrhoea Change B Assuming kidneys DcWUtCo Dyspepsia ft partial digester and physics ae not digesters at all Kodol Is A perfect digester It you could see Kodoidlgestlngevery particle of food of all kinds In the glass testtubes In our laboratories you would know this Just as well as we doIcure a to be That oesresta stomach whllo the stomach wcllr Just as simple as A D gelsI Our Guarantee dollarcnIioflrtiy1 anaisatlonordelay Wo will thn pay the drug alldrnggttsThis alTer appllea to the large buttle only tottieeontaIna24cent bottle lnborIcluindiso in stock 2J20- NOtllE N0IILE- NOTICE I I have returned front my feilI tern trip and resumed the manage ment of my hotel aidam prepared to take carp of my coustomers as heretofore nnd solicit their patron SKQ COOlEY COMIJS c LIEIRAILWAY xvrKcriVB Ave 1 1008 WESr BOUND No1 No3 No5 SundayEx AM p 51 A M 00OKJct10Onkdalo 30Tullocn48BtUvleJct 02Torrent 22Nut2bDunclcoFilson 8 03 4 14 8 42 48SlnntonClay City 8 25 4 35 9 02 Intro Flds 8 45 4 63 9 20 LElct 9 00 5 07 9 84 40WynmlottcAvon 11825401003 12Ar4gASTIM AM Lv Lexington 2 25 7 Sri Montroso 2 8V 7tn MWWinchester 3 05 8 19 826IndianClay City 8 60 9 02 toHosInFilson 4 11 11 22 8tCatnij4n 93iencairn1i8 Vg 4 rIinell51le L JO iBcnttyyUleJu O17 St Helens 1 lO tTAtholUALtElkiitiiwa iArjack8on11trCONNECTIONS t I rrvwiNVMIvithOO Ky for Ml Sterlin nAMlTON J UNClION No wIththe j passengers to and from Camutoii i UNCTI0NNo DuuIfor stntlong11AS OVK RAILWAY KFIH5CTIVK NOV ID UJOL WKST HOUND Daily KX Sun 1ST CLAn Jit VLAKI AM f It- Lv 00OKI3VanJIHampton 30Leo 1 litAr t EAST UOUN iIY I3 aTeL4t tgMLv OOjt a ITIeoIose ForkfyCv c 8 00 1 30 144Wilhurst1V67Frozen it 25ArleavesCannelleaves Jackson at lOOp m M L CONLKY Gen Mgr MountainCentr1Depart 145am ampton 11 Oam- inArrvo I 8 OU a m Campion Jun 10 05 a m 440pmMake f L passenger trains I We Du- yFURSf q e and J Woo FulLriTtia awwuV rlniof ApplVlldLalIunlW7laLwinil1 won M onoUoa DercXuti Rtbrtau ux But la LouiTOk Writ lot ncU cal oIlpt MSabllengV220 Eo Market SI LOUISVILLE KY == Eggs for Hatching From pure bred Single Comb Brown Leghorn and Hose Comb Rhode Island Red Chickens Guar intecd to be fresh and fertile 011on or writo Minerva L Hagins Jackson KyV I