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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, September 3, 1909. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1909 bre1909090301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Breathitt County news: n. Friday, September 3, 1909. Breathitt County news. J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. iY AI III 1BcstAdvcrtiSing Medium 1 i COUNTIES I iJ 1wijww DWw4IqI t r lIe Star Store of e 1I Ni 1 Isaacj jsr Jackson Ky st We have a Bin Stock of Spring Goods that we arc going to close out at XT 25 per cent less than cost i 1500 suits jioinjr nt t4 44 A ills Stockof Clothimr 1000sultsI0Inl nt Es 800I800 suits going nt i 000 suits going nt perAs cent loss than original cost G 100 VantA A Ilin41 I- af S 300 pants going nt 125 200 pants going nt df 125 pants going atits A Big Stock of Dross Goods Ladies Skirts Ladies Vests jg Mens Hats and Shirts arc going at 2S per cent less i1than cost to make room for our Fall Stockss g We Remain Sincerely Yours g- jEBSTEBI BUM fT41t mlflT tn i7I tf1tI WW m1Ihtl AI r1 t rI Floy I Diy PruNlilmit 1 S IIiul Tr CnMhlcrI yi P IXivIn Actlni CnHhlcr J0 0 May Anst Ctislilor U 1 DuwkliiH An r CiiHliltr I TIlE JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK Jackson Kentucky ll nri united Has Capital Surplus and undivided profits of over S29OOOOO The oldest Bank In the County Organized in 1900 A conservative institution offering effi cient service to the people in general insur I ing PROMPTNESS SATISFACTION imimiiirmi AND SECURITY will be pleased to meet or correspond IWe those who contemplate making or opening new accounts We pay 3 per cent on Time and Saving accounts When one part of your money is drawn out the remainder continues to draw interest L MONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED SECURITYJ a o Q Q ao a o G Q i jre You Setting the m tilesI Value a 0 In merchandise your money will buy 0 If you get them from Crawford Jn v may be sure you are 0Theres no use trying you cant 0 beat their goods and prices lG m I Why Because if there were any better goods made we would have them in stock Come in and do your trading with 0 us and get your moneys worth f0 fflr CRAWFORD 0Qr CO f i JACKSON KY i1 + 1NI1 +IH +MIINIIM I NN +hII +NIN I+N NN i IM INI 7 fill 1 4 J i l BREATHITT COUNTY NEWS IIIURGENT CALL ISSUED By Prominent AntiTu berculosis Workers The Anti Tuberculosis Confer ence which Jins been under con I sidenUion for several weeks and which has been planned by the AntiTuberculosis Assccin lions now in operation nt Henderson Frankfort Lntonin Lexin ton iIIlmnrlyet taken in the movement against Tuberculosis in Kentucky This Conference will be held in Lexing ton on September 29Ui A cull has been issued to tile Mayor of every city in the State requesting his presence and the ass pointmcnt one other delegate from each city These delegates together with a numbof of distin guished visitor will meet in Lex iniiton September 20ih and 150th for the purpose of forming a State organization to combat consump tio i in Kentucky The headquar ters of the Coi f rencc will be held ut the Phoenix Hotel in Lexington and such an active Association will be formed ns can begin nt once tho work which is so grrntly needed throughout the State vff1 Tri the District Court of the United States for the East ern District of Kentucky 1Wm In Bankruptcy n bankrupt I- On this tho 27th day of August A IX 1000 on considering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge tiled on tho 15th day of June A D1905 it is or dered by the court that a hearing bolmd upon the same on the 14th day of September A D 1009 before snid court at Covington in said district nt 10 oclock in the J renoonr ns nQjuuthnjcUH as practicable and lint notice there of bo published 1 time in the Hreirihitt County News n news paper printed in said district and all known creditors and other pnr sons in interest may appear nt said time nnd place and show cause if any they lance wily the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted Witness the Honorable A MSJ Cochran Judge of said Court and the seal SKAI thereof nt Covington in said district on the 27 day of August A D 1909 Jos C FINN KM Clerk J W MKXZIKS D C Big Suit Dismissed i1Int of the Continental Really Company vs C J Little and W L Taylor for 499000 The order was made several days ago but was not re ported until Wednesday The Continental Realty Co is compos ed partly of Pennsylvania people and W L Taylor of Baltimore Mdnnd Welsh W Vn and C J Little of Jackson Ky was in corporated under tho laws of Del aware with chief otlices nt Wil min ton The plaintiffs among whom were P L Whittuker of Huntington W Vn and T M Stephenson of Locklwvcn Pa II L Bowers Dr W P Beyer and Lox N Mitchell of Punxsu tawney Pa and some forty or fifty others were not satisfied with the rulings of the arbitrators on the law questions involved in the case They broke up tho arbitration nnd the matter went back into the Federal court at Richmond Some time later after hearing the argu ment Judge Cochran sustained tho defendants demurrer toy be original bill in equity l The Continental Realty Company then obtained leave to the an amended bill The defendants Little and Taylor demurred to the amendment At the last spring term of court at Richmond tho cnso was demurred out of court and plaintiffs were given leave to amend if they could and they fail ed Judge Cochran then issued an order dismissing the caso TLexington Herald AUK 20 I Precinct Changes Orders Brvuthitt County Jonrt June Term 28 dity of Jmie409 It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court Unit the public convenience nnd pubjicgood requires a change in the place of holding the election in Jackson voting precinct Not 2 l- It is therefore ordered bv the Court that the place of voting in Jackson prccinc o 2 be and tho same is hereby changed from its present place ofi voting just nboro the townif Jackson to n point near limit j below Jackson at a poirijftiear where J II Nowland nowcifvcs A copy altcftt siI IrrAt Clerk By 1 teele D J Orders Breatli Collnt Court Juno form28dltlof June IOOU It nI11etlr I Jr satisfaction of the courttlulte public con cnfln endp tJ good requiree a chnngein lid biBridnry of Crawford yotinjjjprecijlit No 5 and Terry voting lire acct No G It is therefore j dcrod by the court thatuho CrrJOrd precinct boundary be an te same is hereby so changed asjCo include all of Puncheon Crmpctom nnd includ ing Isaac Onboard farm up and also to include the residence of Alex Herald andtfhat tho place Voting b i fid this nle is t ofI nearithe mouth of Cope Branch to nir the mouth of the insr Forlc A ropyattest rtS II Ilifrst Clerk By Ljngtcelc D C Orders BreatluUCotinty Court Juno Term 28 da oJIlIleHl011 It ppearing oVjIte saUijfaction of the court i to publio Icon venience and pub good require- melange intho It daryo Terri- t ICI1t Fo No 4 i1j- I i9ir r reeforrepordcie r b3 the court that the boundary of Terry precinct No6 be and the same is hereby changed so as to include nil the waters of the loft hand fork of Jclts creek from arid including Elislia Johnsons home farm up also including all on Lick Branch from Jacob Terrys farm up also including the Gcorco Johnson farm on Lick Branch A copyattestS Hurst Clerk By 1 T Steele D Orders Breathitt County Court Juno Term 28 day of4ne WOO It appearing to the satisfaction of the court that the public convenience nnd public good require a change in the boundaries of vot ing precincts No7 and 8 It is therefore ordered by the court that the boundary of tho John B Lewis voting precinct No 7 be and the same irs hereby so hanged ns to include nil thewa ters of Turners creo and all on both sides of Middle Fork from the mouth of Turners creek down nnd that the place of voting bo and tho same is hereby changed from tho mouth of Sebastians Branch to near the mouth of Ca toe Fork A copy attest Clerkt0 Orders Breathitt County Count Juno Term 28 dayof Juno 100S It appearing to the satisfaction of the court that the public con enience and public good require n change in the place of holding the election in Crockcttsville pre cinct No 8 It is therefore ordered by tho court that tho place of voting in Crockcttsville voting precinct No 8 bond the same is hereby chnjigoilfrom the school house be mouth of Longs creek to sear the mouth of Old House Branch on Longs creek A copyattestS Hurst Clerk By J T Steele D U Orders Brenthitt County Court Juno Term 28 dayof June 1000 It appearing to the satisfaction of the satisfaction of the court that the public convenience and public good requires a change in tho boundaries of voting precincts 1Ni court that the boundary of voting I precinct No 10 be so changedat to include all tho waters of the Big Branch that runs into theI North Fork above tho mouth of Troublesome except the AJ Deaton farm be and tho same is hereby added to precinct No 10 A copy attestS Hurst Clerk By J T Steele D C Clay Hole Hello Lost Creek wake up and give us somo news William Fugato who has been very low with typhoid fever is im proving School herb is progressing nicely under tho management of IIi t rum Campbell I Among the visitors of J13 No ble Sunday were Sam Allen and I wife Bud FUJtllte and wifr Mar dill Mclntosh Arthur Roberts Ty mander and Paulina Fugato J B Noble and Sam Allen liar a nice log job on Buckhorn Mumps is giving much trouble in this vicinity Nancy Roberts visited friends on Ball last week IAmonjt the visitors of Miss Lou Barnctt Sunday were Sarah Roberts Maud Lulie nnd Cora No bleJ 13 Noble and Arthur Roberts had a nice time killing sCirrels last weekNathan llussel and French Har vey students of Hiram Campbell said they memorized their lessons on Aug 30th for the first time in life SntUED BKEECIIKS Ullnother correspondent Miss Mary Blevcns and Corn Roberts were in Jackson On nvisit- 1i + w riide3+ S II Combs has been to Perry County on a visit to see his two sistersJohn II Combs and lame Ncnce held services in ferry at the house near Anco Hays rYL Combs visited his father inlaw Ccphua Napier of Perry French Combs made n visit up to James Campbell Hazel Green Rev Charley Robbins of Bclknap was in town lust week on business Marian Nickell of Ncola was here a few daysogo on business Henry Gillispie of near town who has been very low the past I monthwith typhoid fever it iml proving Samuel Wheeler of S uth Libel ty was in this vicinity last week Wm Ross has been very sick for the past ten days with tho fey er Stephen G Sampleof Campton was here recently visiting friends nnd relatives Dr Laird of Jackson has been here for tho past few days doing some dental work Hallick Patrick returned recent lyfr in West Liberty where he lad been for the past three weeks Johnson attorney has been at Mt Sterling for the past ten lays on business Misses Foley Long Nancy Ma pel Ora Compbell left Thursday I for West Liberty find willnlo visit Jackson before returning home Si Davis of West Liberty wns in this community last weekon business Jas Wilson of Day stQro was in town one day last week Our public school is progressing nicely under the management of Miss Falev Long as teacher and Miss Nancy Mapel as assistant rho enrollment nt present is 93 this is much better attendance than has ever been here nt tho pnblic school This shows that it pays to employ teachers that have the training and ability to teach SKIDOO A full line of mens womens and childrens Shoes nlso tho famous Emery Shoe M T Ih Uouris1 i r I rC Thc Lar est Circulation I IOF ANY PAPER IN THIS SECTION aass fIflr rF P CRAWFOD Resident C J LITTLE VicePresident t j JOHN T HINDMA 4 Cashier c I BREATHITT COUNTY BANK Incorporated Condensed Statement C August 18 1909 Resources Due from National Banks 1203213- i Bills Receivable jr 2981681 Expenses 141800 122681j Cash 1 t 555371 h h i l 5065335- j s liabilities t Capital Stock paid in 800000 j Earnings 173221 Deposits I 4092111 B 5065335 securityi deposits j tjIIRECTOlt- SDl i P Crawford OJlittle G W Fleenor i Charles Terry Mntt Crawford J W Ford K Breck Crawford K C n den John T Hindmany jaS2K3eK3SCS a 3 aiSEXK t3S2 SZi fXH iK XXSXiVXjeneA r THE FALL TERM Of School AtlRIVERSIDE INSTITCrE OPENS Tuesday September 7th 1909 The Short lilttory of Itlvereiilc Int lute is onu of continual nnd rapid growth Tills tauvliFenvo of Its clllclunisy lI The new Dor mil oiy Ihe enlarged beautiful Gampusj and strengthenecl Faculty afford added advantages over previous years w Great Reduction in tuition on Year Plan if you enter in September Regular rate 100 per month paid in advance a For any information call on or address G E DRUSHAL1Superintendent Lost Creek KentuckyI k Do not be deceived by unscru pulous imitators who would have you believe thut the imitation pills are as good ns DeWitts Kidney nnd Bladder Pills There isnt anything just as good as these wonderful pills for the relief of Backache Weak Hack inllamma tion of the bladder urinary disorders and all kidney complaints Any one can take DoWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills as directed in perfect confidence of cood re suits Sold by Jackson Drug Co FOR YOUR HEALTHS SAKEIGERM COLLECTORS Long dress skirts that brush up the streets and sidewalks are dan gerous to health A garment of this character will collect In a few minutewalk about the choicest and mot varied assort ment of disease germs that ever gladdened the heart of an expert bacteriologistWomen Insist on having their street costumes made so that the germ laden filth of the streets need not be carried Into their homes to spread disease 525t52 e525CS2S252522525252S2525252S252rn James P Adams President Jn Lctton Jr Cnshjar OFvJACKSON Solicits the Accounts of Firms Corporations and Individualsm 0- 0 JTIDKTPillhon Six Months DEPOmS Certificates o- fCAITP n ALsX25000This Bankwas organized for tho PEOILB and by the PEOPLE mrulicit your business from ness principles otherwise and bitsiIWo arena glad to lend money as wo are to receive deposits inJ Si5iSasa5aSasqse- r ZS 52 rZSr5d 4 The Breathitl News SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE J VISE HAGINSi EDITOR r Friday September 3 A N PATTOV ATTORNEY Af LAW i OFJlm IN CRAWFORD ItLUU I JACKSON KY I 1iili2i JiIi 52SeSr P2szs2sas2 sa Sllit and Federal Practice w F HALL JIVLAXD CMusiCKI n MUSICKi n Attorneys nt TAW ID nrncca AT n 1n Inn Ky and Jackson Kvl LV 525252525 efv 5PS2625Zszsss o Du 0 II SWANGO 11 rn III PHYSICIAN AND SuuqEox D ri Office and neSt Phone 5G K JACKSON KV t r szczsz52S52szsFS2esDR a I PHYSICIAN AND SUKOEON IA 1 DH DICKSON 1onIOE HUILDINO J KENTUCKY lq s lti = cc DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE D B REIJWINE FOR COMTH ATTORNEY TlIOS C JOHNSON FOR STATE SENATOR Ei Eo Ilono FOR COUNTYJUDGE J WISE HAOINS FOR COUNTY CLERK ALFRED RUSSELL FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY t W II BLANTON FOR SHERIFF T IT HUDSON FOR JAILER WESLEV TURNER JR FOR CORONER J IV SPARKS t FOR SURVEYOR GREEN R ALLEN FOR ASSESSOR J W J LANDRUM CIRCUIT COURT CLERK W B CARDWEL- LSUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS o KASII C WILLIAMS BONAFIDE CIRCULATION A 23501 A lrcUs Kettle of Fish j A candidate for Circuit urge recently from Mugofiin county aIcandidate for SUte Senator recent ly from West Virginia u candi date for county judge recently of Wolfe county n candidate for county attorney recently from Wolfe county anda candidate for county superintendent formerly of Wolfe county We do not charge the Republi can party with this mess but only a few of its leaders known as the machine How many Republicans in I Brcatliitt county know when and where Adams and hash were nominated 1 Who saw any adver tisements of the convention 1 Al thoughwe lire in the business of gathering news we did not know of it till it was all over We understood afterwards that it was done in some room in Beatty ville by the committee Whether A II Patton was a candidate while on the train from West Virginia we are unable to say but we do know that ho has been a candidate for various of fices since hut the machine has laid him on the shelf by nominat ing him for a sent in the Senate which will be occupied for the next four years by E E Hogg u native of Kentucky who knows what Kentuckians need and how to get it for them If the i omi nation of candidate for county judge had been loft to tho Hop blicnniJ of B r e u C hi II county does any one believe that itmwxi Juliu 0 Cncsar Hurst I I h I t and spoil 1 Did you not charter a special trnin on the 0 K railroad and offer free tai spirtation and fro accomodations to everybody that would conic to the convention How runny came from Wolfe and Morgan counties on that train 1 I Did you try to Let any of the Republicans from the Middle Fork tho North Fork Georges Branch Troublesome Lost Greekor Quicksand to come to the cohen tion 1 The old line Kepiiblicai s the ones that have taught the of their party for years hud to way back and sit down and let Caesar Hurst Mite Crain Co- D nominate a ticket for them to vote for Will they support itZ11r hnrlly think so They are not bound to do so either by party ties kinship or local pride for the machine has cat these to tin winds Look at the vast horde of Government employes d e put collectors deputy marshals store keepers and gungcrs etc etc it our county How ninny Breath itt boys can you find among them The way to get rid of this ma chine gong is to snow it under M deeply by ypur baMots in Novcm ber that they will never hear the blow of the horn We will then come into our ownBrenthitt county boys can then lilt lireatbitt county oibccs It is an open secret and not de nied that the Republican ticket was dictated by the bosses at the behest of their judicial candidate That it was named for the pur pose of giving him an unobstruct rightofway to the bench is likewise conceded But like the best laid plans of mice and men it went aglce And the He publicans of this county are in the attitude of having a ticket thrust upon them that is not of their own choosing in an attempt to secure tho ermine for one not of their county and too when that attempt has signally failed Honestly now brother Republi can of the farm and homo was your wishes even consulted in the matter Tho Democratic nominees are the choice of the whole citizen ship of the party There was no dictation from bosses The peo ple met at home and expressed their choice and their wishes ruled The ticket was chosen by them on account of their fitness for the po itions their personal probity and good standing in the community ind the certainty that they will give the people a faithful admin istration of public affairs The Carpetbagger judicial sen atorial and county ticket are hiking over this county in a flock like tIC were pretty badly sccart I As no no use boys the people of Breathitt county are dead on to you and your flocking together will not avert the catastrophe that awaits you on tho second of No vember No use to whistle as you pass through the political ceme teryWhat good thing do the Carpetbaggers stand for1 What would it profit tho people if the improbable should happen and they should be elected Does the personnel of that ticket stand for po litical rectitude or personal moral it1 Answer the+ o questions in your own minds before deciding how you will cast your ballots Declining Hopes Republican hopes as expressed at their convention 0Republican hopes as expressed after the Democratic convention =As now expressed t Tom Johnson is not a boy Isis forensic efforts before the juries in the prosecution rf criminalS will not bo the labored monotonous schoolboy Ann canspin flax declamatory style y will be the vigorous logical forceful n uments of an old able and experienced prnctitionnr TO WHOM IT MAV coNOERNI am informed that some one is us ing my name as a possible candidate for some office on some tick unbeknown to mo and without jny knowledge or consent 1 pos itively object to it I consider there Arc but two great poI litical parties and a man to u w i r 1 fI rvex uentlemnn must belong to one or I Itothe altontidn of dqcent people or intelligent voters All who know me and especial ly those who are using my name know my politics and know that I I would in no wny ncccnl any lominution in the gift of the pco tie of Breathitt county except it ne under the device of the Brand Id Democratic party I T II IhunrsI Canoee I There was a Urge crowd attended lie funeral o M rs Nancy done I Keiii Suway Tlio service was I JohnsonrI Alfredo11 n has moved his aw mill hlr andwill begin sawing next week Mrs Nancy Gregory of Knox county isited her mother last week Mis Eva mill Kelly Back visited Ned Turners Monday night Floyl Ken and wife visited Willie 1ullllon Saturday 1lcs Evans wife an 1 dnuglitcr of B rca are visiting Sa n Cal luhtun and family Sam Cox and wife of Howards creek visited Hi nun Stampers TuesdayStephen Little made a business trip to Crockcltsvillo Mondayr John Stamper sold a young mule for iT750 We are all proud of our line crops Letcher Spicer and Curtis Holl and made a business trip on Cane creek Sunday Old Aunt Keltic Herald who is 110 years old is getting along nicely Mack Hall of Turners creek cup on Sum Spicer Tuesday night Uncle John P Turner who has been ill so long is not anybetterDaisy Howards Creek George Arrowood who is teaching school on the Canoe Fork was at home Saturday and Sunday Alfred GambillSaui Russell d S im Cox visited friends on Trou blesome the first of the week Alfred Russol attended religious services on War Creek Sunday- A large party of surveyors pass ed through our noigborhoad the firstOf the week it is rumored thiil they wero searching for a right of way for the long talked of H P whichwe are anxious to see start ed upOne candidate said to nrother You take the moral voters and give me all the immoral ones and I will boat you five to one Cer tainly this man must have a very poor opinion of the people Yet however a man might be guilty uf immoral practices himself he wants the sword of the law which protect his household hfs life his liberty and his property I Inc ed in the hands of those whon he can trust and can one bad tran trust another D L ALLEN CO Jewelers Successors to S D Fleenor We have bought out the entire stock of the S D Fleenor Jewel cry store and will still continue to do business at the old stand Come and see us will sell anything in the Jeweler line New goods constantly arriving Repairing a specialtyTime to Trim Berry Fields Now Is a Rood time to trim the rasp berry and blnckborry fields Not much fruit can be expected from feeble canes nnd even the best canod will not glee much fruit If they nro too close together Manure or fertilizer In also required Hlarkhcrr fields have been known to give Rood service for years without fertilizers but It the Held Is given good cultivation and well sup plied with plant food the Increased yield and better quality of the fmlt will make gome unprofitable fields PRY well Birds Necessary to Mans Existence A French naturalist asserts that If the world should become blrdlcss man could not Inhabit It after nine years time In spite of all the sprnys and pot sons that could be manufactured for the destruction of Insects Thn im end slugs would simply eat all tIIorchards and crops in that time 1no rajus Una noX- iciii ojns ntm oioi iUiutnus Plo lull JO ojnj oql jo Sqs jqSu oj IsogI sniduns u tjJIw Jno sotnoa uonjsodxa jiyoq JI uo3o da jooj t 1111 lUlu ttlO1 jo aoiwadu aqj i ti 7 l f h QUilTim U N TtlAT UflBETA1PAND REAL LETTER HEADS Good Letter Heads Arc Good Business WE PRINT THEM FOR YOU Whatlater liappened To Jones And a lot of other People ls Described In- PAPERihcME iTAKE Ig REGULARLY GUTENBERG Invented Printing and Since His Day o hlll done more for the T PTGJL worlds advancement than any other thing Our type will ADVANCE YOUR BUSINESS Let Vr Do your Printing We Want Your Jobwork You will want us to have itwhcn you sec our samples and hear OUR PRICES Ta Call at this office Whet in need of anything in the tine of PRINTINGCARBON For Grocers Butchers and other tradesmen made In businesslike manner at rea sonable prices AT OUR JOB PRINTING OFFICE CIRCULATE THAT GOOD OLD At Home Dont Send It Away to the Mail Order Man YOURurnDL HIDES oFURS TalllleswaiGIII5t1JIfGoldeaSealYelIowRootdc are Dealers and can do better for than or commuubn merchanll- Reference any Dank in Lou yille Write for weekly rice list and ship ping up We bag tree M 8ABEL SONSjCtfkBUSMC IN1SS 28 E Meld Sf LOUISVILLE KY t J t w 4e Z 1 f r 1aM c 1 1 y V1e it ti i t Believing that the people of Kentucky f J I f t Vwill be interested in the organization of the J r r ITTi Citizens f r v t I NationalI I C I iO LefrtL r Jr 1 = f Insurance 1 tfriJo 1S Company l f Iit H1 It Believing that they WANT such a company believing 1 tthat they will SUPPORT such company by subscribing for r t its stock we will publish in this paper every week the amount of subscriptions to date The work of getting subscriptions was begun Monday July 26 and btlow are r i the amounts of subscriptions for each week i i i FIRST WEEK AUGUST 2r10696a00TSECOND WEEK AUGUST 9- 200240OO g i THIRD WEEK AUGUST 16 1 34500000 1 t x FOURTH WEEK AUGUST 23 i 46946000TOTAL FIFTH WEEK AUGUST 3- 06O17OOOO i jI2 = If Yon Arc Interested Fill Out And Mail Tlvs Coupon W H GREGORY Breathttt County N wtI JacKswnrKyt Il UuJsvflte Ky Please send me full information as to the Oi71lYSrd7IOiil rjFK LSffJLGE COMPA 1 Aanic Address 11ANlW US YOUR ORDERS FOR PRINTINGJ I 1 TUB WORK IS I TUB BEST f rUE PRICE IS RIGHT 3ilcStdham WATCHflAKER and JEWEUGR J J1ack3D I All work Guaranteed I AVntcli and Clock Repairs and Cleaning A Specialty I cater for the business of all P y 1s i J iuo oaeeGGo a GeG QQGOOeQQOOGOOO 1 t THEfJoG IfI Crt i INSURANCEl t I u REAL ESTATE L 1 STOCKS AND BONDS 1 Q Ja0 g IF AGENCIES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL TOWNS m FIN EASTERN KENTUCKY 8 0 Want Live Energetic Men to Represent Us fit f in Unoccupied Territory 1 fW 2u a Cr 0 Address All Communications to the Com Ow s pany at Beattyville Kentucky w 0 rCtW t F O o sI l w o OQ O itQOr The Blue Grass FarmerEDITION OF Tile The Iexington Herald for 75 Cents For tho next threo months wo offer this excellent news andag yearFiHFind enclosed 7Dc for which send mo the Ditto Gratis Farmer edition of the Lexington Herald for ope j are V I Hgucxl Toaloflljo c r r y c Ln i v ifJo The Breathitt 1 F J WISE HAC INS EDITOR i frCA3H SUBSCRIPTIONS SI AYEA LMlillHlifiil Leery 1Vlilny Dnr K WAIXSjCOTTfl ItOXA KOLA i For brsl colfecs and tens go to Iliiddixs That good butter Yellow La kbelIlt Hiicidixs rFor good vinegar and piciclin- rt to lluddixa Simon Mcintosh of Huston tea 4 hero on business lust week fir Win Napier and wife of Lclfoso were here Friday attended the bur ecueT1 Calhoun of Stevenson was hero on business Wednesday i 5 bars Lennox soft for 25 cents at Ilttddixs Green Iladdjx is building n rcsi t dunce on the back of hw Main street lot I All kinds of fresh meats and family groceries told vegetables at c T 11 lleurls I Isiuic Holbrook and wife of lhlys wcro visiting friends here Monthly j Go to lladdixs for fresh cakes crackers and candies ISuperioteOlll1nt Ivash Williams hrs been visiting tome of the pub tlie schools in tho county for the past few weeks Born to the wife of E P Lan drum of Lost Creek ou Sunday v morning a line girl f y There will be regular services at l the Baptist church next Sunday Preaching at 11 a m and 730 p JJIII CVrlllith of near town who has nn extensive logging job fear Decoy rrc Iifck home n few dll SJliisc k i Cupt 111 Ewcn and Oliver U 1T n Crawford returned last week from not Springs Ark where they had Joebecn for several weeks for their t health err Her W 11 teClelton will fill Yhis regular appointments at his church next Sunday Services at tho usual hours j Hurlcss Campbell has accepted n jwaition as salesman in Adam Stacys store Ho invites his friends I to come and trade with him Mrs S K Patton and daugh II ter Miss Jessie returned last j week from an extended visit to r relatives in Magoflin county James 11 Little has purchased of Mrs Soper her two lots on Lh coin avenue and has moved intuI the house recently vacated by A N Morris oii the Height There will bo services at the JHowmnn school house just below the mouth of Cane creek next Sundry ut II p in A N Morris pastor Baptist church at Jackson willvrcRchRnd baptise some cnn didates for bnptismI W H Gallagcrof Tampa Fla is visiting his friends Mrs Dr Hainblin and daughters Ho is the Florida representative of a wholesale dry goods house of Sa J vanah Ga and is spending his vacation here W J Vaughn of Louisa State Sunday School worker was in our town Tuesday and Wednesday on his way to a Sunday School con 1 vention in Morgan county lie stoppedat the Imperial IIotelI Wo take this method of thanking our many friends neighbors and relatives for tho kindness and assistance shown us during theI sickness and death of our beloved son HBN You U UKJIKCOA YOUNQ Tho Urcathitt County Sunday School Convention for WOOwill c t bo held in the Methodist church in Jackson September 23 and 24 This is to bea big tiring in church circles un important thing A good program is being plannedC Regular preaching services inI tare Presbyterian church Sunday Sept C by tho pastor both morn ing and evenings Tho Sunday School and Young Peoples Society of the church a have kopt up their attendance nicely during tho hot weather and are in condition for aggressive york during tho Fall and Wiuter j oSiloipitulat Lexington Friday tvRus was takciV to Lexington Thursday morning ard was operated upon but UTIIO avail Isis remains leer brought back hero and buried in theSmith greet iiCftvty Arrangements have been per fected to hold a series of evangel Iresbytoriung will begin Sunday Oct 3d ands continue several weeks under the charge of Rev Jl M guns of Mnysvillc Mr Kvans has been very successful in Vis preaching in buildings up the mVmbcrsliip and strengthening the cmirches where he his labored andImuch good is anticipated from his tbor nmqng ms The School Trustees Vf Division A organized Tuesday b electing J U Blake Chairmatf and Joe ghost Secretary The content be tween F M Miller and James 1 Little of the Klkatawa district was settled in favor of Miller DivVon K organized belect ingj B Combs Chairman and Alfred Gambill Secretary Division F organized by elect inS James Clemons Chairman and rlur bark Secretary The contest between Sam Patton and Jo Pugh was settled in favor of Patton Division organized by elect ing Stephen CundilF Cliarliannnd Ai K Grnlmm Secretary Marriage License Wm Little and Sully Hall both Klkutawa Cigarette Kills Ten Of course it had help but one cigarette put into the wrong place last week resulted in the death of ten men near Key West Flu The wrong place was a box of dyna mit and fuses to be usedon the construction of the 1aat coast Rail w ar Airship Race Any one who has any doubt ih it the air has really become a hi h road over which men may travel would hun had hit doubts settled if he had been at itheinis France last week when aviators from all over the world met in races The Wrights were too busy elsewhere to take part but tho chief prize that for tho fastest trip was won by an American Glenn H Curtis An Englishman Henry Fur man won the prfe for tho longest trip going without alighting The speed trip was made at about sixty miles an hour At tho Democratic convention held at Vanclcve on August 30th to nominate Democratic candidates for yustico of tho peace and constable for Magisterial District No2 J H Terrill was nominal for justice of the peace and George Taubco for constable It is n fine selection and will be heard from on election day Tho convention was enthusiastic and harmonious endorsing Hcdwino and Johnson and tho whole ticket Wo receiv ed tho full proceedings too late for publication Rev J B Flinchum of Simpson passed here on his way home from Clay City Wednesday where ho hug been conducting a ton days meeting Ho wts assisted by Rev Paul Derthick of Jackson and L F Martin of Monica There were 39 additions to the church and the meeting was a great success in ovory wnrStrayed To my premises at A C Cope farm one black hog with some white sots marked with a split in each eRr and overbit in right t will weigh about 80 Ibs Owner can have it by proving it and paying charges John D Spencer Rev H L Kinnnirdreturned last Saturday from the Big Creek community in Perry con ity whore helda successful meeting of week There were nine who united themselves with tho Presbyterian church at that point and tho work was stimulated along all lines Tho people of that district arc mmuch interested in building good academy for higher educe tion and the Presbyterian church will probably aid its establishment in tho near future r f Church Directory I IriMliytttrliu Clnircli Her II I KNA ANA IAonm Sunday School nt UH 11 m v 1renching nt 1100 a in every Sun diy Voting IVoplw Union nt 030every Siimjny evening 1reiwhlnj lit 7tO each Siimlny night unless otherwise nmioimcitil MldwiMiK prayer mootinglivery WcJ ruwltiy nt7ItO p m J Klip nt mill rdl IIK1A V MINIMI IjKiun Sunday rhjlllIt 580 110 m Jrewelnj each Sunday nti100 n in Junior II Y 1 U nt230 p n Senior nt 0110 p in Imiililng nt 7U every Sunday evening Twiohar Training claw lit 710 each Tuesday night Prayer itnotlny over Tluyndiiy at 730 pm Choir pinches at 7 sIlO every Friday evening 0CliriMlliui Olinrcli J txv W II IcChnxux liKinn- Illltle Sdhoolat 01501 in every lords Day Iruauhlng and coiiiiniinlon every I nrde Day at 11 oclock a III Iruaehln on Sunday nlht at 71Q when not otlitTwlie tinniiiniTil Prayer meeting on 1Y tlno day night W II McUiiMOS JllnUtcr 4Cr Alctliodlst Church llrrT II GHIK lAnK Sunday School iitti am- Ireaoliln nt 1100 am n d 7110 p in Yon g IVoilu8 lIIuollI sit 4 p in on Sunday Irayer meeting nt 730 pm every wed- no +lny DONT MOVE OUT Let m print you some HAND DI- LLSADVERTISE And Dullness Will Doom Just received our Panama and Voilskirts and Indies suits of tie latest styles Come and see them DAY Bans Co YOU WILL NEVER KNOW A tenth or what In doing on In Town State Na tion and World If you fall to tal- teTrs PAPER Order It JVcti Order It Not FISH BITE HUNGIRLY When 3011 use Magnetic Fish Bait Theres no such thing as a dull day when you go fishing if you are supplied with this truly wonderful discovery If the fish are there yonll get them for they simplj cant resist It bents anythingyou have eycr imagined It is moder ntu in price US cents per box and a box will last a long time Besides this bait ofwhich wo are tho sole manufacturers wo handle Fishermens Complete Outfits 50 100 200 800 100 uOO Send today for a box and for our Free booklet Facts About Fishing and illustrnncd catalog of fishing tackle outfits Address Magnetic Fish Bait Co Dent E Hcniiblic Jllfesour For Sale at Cost My entire stock of shoes and hats for sale at cost This is u bargain you should not miss as my stock is now and uptodate T II BKUIUS Juat received a nice lot of seed rye Call and examine it for ourselfjS J Crawfordy For Sale My house and lot cntnlnin one and one balf acres of land with hood house and well and orchard containing CO ponci C apple set pear and other fruit trees in bear fug Also another lot adjoining on which is my slaughter house and ginseng farm of IMO plants antia quatititof seed newly sown Terms to suit Call on or address D G UOIIINSOV Jackson Ivy 4 FOR YOUR HEALTHS SAKE y GET YOUR OXYGEN It Is of the utmost Importance that human beings have an abun dance of oxygen at all times This means day and night summer and winter It Is scarcely necessary to give this sort of advice for the summer season but when the weather gets cold many peo pie are afraid of cold air and oth ers think It Is a waste of fuel to heat fresh curd air so they keep It outIThis Is poor economy to say the least In fact It costs more as a rule that It If you figure your health and earning capacity as having any monytar alue I p Removal I bate moved to McConntofr near Campion unction where I will continue my bu ness of snaking i MonumentsAND Any one wanting anything in my line will please write me at McCormick Ivy Iwill snake monthly visits to Jackson and hopo t all my friends will save their or ders for me R M SHELY Co have in tock celebrateIWeber Wagons in all sizes which they are selling for much less than the market price Call on them at the llargis store and let them show you what they can do They can save you from 500 to 1000 on every wagon you may want to buy IIWorthstyle in Dress Goods dud Notions Ladies and Gents Furnishing Goods Hats caps and hardware Mens Womens and Childrena shoes First class line of Groce ries They are all going to sell at the very lowest cash prices Come one come all and see for yourself A look though may mean money to you A hint to the wise is sufficient Bring your Wool and Produce to me and get their full value j The only store in town to buy goods cheap J Prank Jllsh1 Corner Main and Broadway Streets E LEES COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE i INCORPORATED Jackson Kentucky The next Annual Session of this Inssitute will open y Monday September 6 i9o 9twith n full corps of teachers r L Miss Katharine Cook an honor graduate will teach Instrumental music and Mrs T ll Cook will give lessons each week in Chorus work Collegiate course of study has I IrThe and placed in direct connec all the Colleges and Universities r in the State The I 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Country Doctors Dont Forget Us Because wo will save you money on your drugs All we ttShowfinding it RELIANCE DRUG COIBetween Taulbeos Store and Singer Machine JACKSON KENTUCKY The Value of Good- Digestion Is easy to figure if you know what your stomach- is worth Kodol keeps the stomach at par value by insuring good digestion Kodol cures Dyspepsia KoJol insures good digestion by absolutely duplicating Natures normnlyprocess In perfectly digest a into the atom achWhile Kodol Js doing this the stomach is restingand becoming strong and healthy A strong and healthy stomach guarantees a sound and active brain Tho man with a sound stomach a stomach that Is doing for the body just what Nature Intended It to doIs the man who Is always prepared for any emergency Ho is there with tho goods Tile man with a sick stornarh Is a man sick nil over When the stomach Is irritated by undigested food tho blood and heart are dl rectly affected Then dullness un natural sleepiness sickheadaches Tertlfo and fainting spells and even serious baln trouble develop Kodol wlU prevent these Spurring tho stomach and brain to special effort by tonics and stimulants doesnt cure anything or accomplish any good Neither does and theailments whichserious it induces can bo averted and corrected only by natural means Kodol supplies this natural means It performs tho stomachs work forti ItjU8t as the stomach should perform Itwhile tho stomach takes a little rest for tho stomachs sake Our Guarantee dQIAreaabonwliysay sndbeIou or delay VVowlll then paythe drop atdruggltsbOIlleunlysad AnctolKodol is prepared at the laborer torlosqtEODeWUt ct Co ChlcIIo Sold by Jackson Drug Company t M r The Scrap Book t The Condomned j The family bad heard that bachelor Uncle Joe wns going to set married and there had been much caustic com treat over the coming event mingled I with many expressions of sympathy j for his fate nt the hands qt Nle tIe I signing woman who hud captured him all nf which were overheard liy the keen and open cared sixyear old bay ot the family Pa said the youngster one day I hear Uncle Joe Is going to be mar rled next week Yes said the father Uncle Joe Las only three days more Tho Uttle boy sighed The last three days he said they give thum everything to eat that they ask for dont they par Striving If all the end of thli continuous striving Wero simplY to attain now poor would seem the planning and contriving The endless urging and the hurried drivIng- Ot body heart and brainI nut ever In the wake of true achieving There shines this glowing trail 8oliie other soul will bo spurred on con ceiving New strength and hope in Us own power believing Becaus thou dldit not faiL r Not thine alone the glory nor the comm If thou dOlt miss the goal Undreamed of lives In many a far tomor row From thee their weakness or thelrforco shall borrow I- On on ambitious soul Ella Wheeler Wilcox A Good Definition In one of the New York schools sev CalledIls of the word on the minds of the pu pils told the class to look up the word that night and come prepared with a Rood definition the next slay When the q MtloM WM tikes up at the next session the first litHe girl who was asked to define tho word answered with a confident and smiling air A bachelor Is a very happy manTho teacher grew Interested Are you sure that Is correct she asked the lltMe one Ob yes was the prompt reply Father told me so Knew Who Used It Charles 11 Iloyt New Englands great playwright once visited a small town lii Pennsylvnula where there Is a hotel they soy George Washington the Father of Ills Country used to stop at when ho passed through In It they have n room he Is said to have oc cupied at times Iloyt came through there once with one of his attractions lIe arrived at tho hotel after all the members of the company hind been assigned rooms One of tho company wnj given the Washington room nnd Iloyt received n poor room on the top floor the pro prietor not knowing who he was i11 When ho come downstairs later the gentleman who had got the good room said Mr Iloyt they have given me the room that they used to give George Washington when he came here i Well said Hoyt the one they Lave given me must be the one they gave Benedict Arrfold when he came t A Stickler For Rules Billy Grimes was a sailor and he knew a sailors duty nod how to obey orders Oft a foreign port one night Billy Grimes leaned over the eldo In i answer to n hall Ahoy be said Ahoy was the reply Lower down your ships ladder shipmate You cant come aboard here to night said Billy Lower away you lubber salt the voice below Impatiently I must come aboard Im the river pilot I dont care said hilly If youre1 Punchus Pilot Ill stick id the ships rules Too Eager For Work Dr John S Bulst the southern sur sean said In one of his surgical Ice tures at a state college- It is always In rather bad taste for a physician to boast of belllg Inisy Physicians undertakers and gravedlp gers only cause discomfort when they allude to good times and prosperity There was nu old man applied to the minister of the little village of Paint hook for the post of gravedigger lib references were good and the minister agreed to assign him to the church yard lie was to be paid so much n grave The gravedigger haggled over the price finally accepting It lint will I set itttwly work r ha demandedSteady work I said the minister Lands sake man with steady work youd bury nil Paint Hock In n week The WholeLaw When ono moeklugly asked Illttel If he would teach him the whole law rabbitreplied What you would not like I done to yourself do not to thy neigh e tar This is the whole law All the 7rest Is a commentary 6n It Go learn this Not What He Wanted A Scotsman walked into a Montreal4 bookshop and as the assistant thought asked for Hubert Burns On being told this tho proprietor of the shop him self got down three or four editions of the poet and took them to the wait lug Scotsman The customer how A ever shook Us head hopelessly and said Its tine Robert Burns I asi It- t for but rubber bands 1 Amllauflrlal HUmor Following the proclamation of the commune In Parts General Bracken bury attached himself to the govern mcnt troops rt Versailles where Iord Lyons the British ambassador also was One day Lord Lyons was persuaded to visit Mcudon lie was look emptyhouseI tho garden below Then he said quiet I f Iy perhaps I had better retire ItIwould be a diplomatic blunder if her majesty ambassador wert to t atayateij5j no 1 a 4 A Romance of Progress By ALBERT PAYSON TERHUNH fALILEOThe Man Who Would Take Nothing for Granted I A 19 yearold Italian boy small al most as a child and pallid from over study sat dreaming In the gray shad ows of tho Pica Cathedral one day In 1E83 And from his dreams arose some of the greatest Inventions and discoveries ever Accomplished The boy was Galileo tldest son of an Im poverished Florentine nobleman Ho had spent his childhood devising clever mechanical toys out of the scantiest materials had dabbled In literature and painting as he grew up had sought to become a monk and had been persuaded by his fa ther to study medicine Instead Tho young medical student as he sat In the cathedral fell to observing the great bronze chandelier that hung t by a long rod from the roof Instead of remaining motionless the chande lier vibrated almost Imperceptibly to and fro Galileo wondered why Ten thousand other Italians had seen that swaying lamp and bad taken its motion for granted But Galileo had a way of taking nothing for granted Prom Idly watching the bronze lamps movements he began to note them morn carefully He saw that they were rhythmic and that whether the I swings were far or slight all occupied I the same length of tune Again Gal ileo wonder why Ho set himself to study tho cause The results of his studies were gradual and occupied more than half a century But for j convenience they will hero bo grouped He knew nothing of mathematics but in the working out of the vlbrat ing lamp problem mathematics would bo necessary So he throw over med icine and became a mathematician The throb of that cathedral ehande liar started him to pondering over a theory propounded The Swinging many years before L a m a n d namaIIythat the various stars and the moo have a similar system of rotation Might not this alleged motion of th earth account for the vibrating of the chandelier Galileo resolved t know more of the matter He was not i content to take for granted the old doctrine that the earth stood still and f the sun circled about It But to go further into the matter it was neces sary to study the heavens This he had no competent means of doing So he went to work devising such means Some years earlier a Middle i burg optician had ground bits of glass In such a way as to magnify objects seen through them The experiment had not amounted to much But Galileo j thought he saw a way of Improving on It Ho figured out that by placing a convex lens and a concave lens in certain position toward each other anything seen through the two would bo enlarged This is tho prin ciple of the modern operaglass Ho experimented until he was able to magnify threefold But this seeming Iy marvelous achievement did not sat isfy him He continued grinding I lenses at various angles of refraction until he had perfected an instrument I that would magnify 32 fold In other words hp had made a telescope I Turning this on the bodies astronllomInvention but It stirred up countless rivals and enemies for tho inventor Galileos amazing declaration that the earth moved was seized upon by these rivals who carried it to the Inquisi tion with the claim that It tended to deny certain passages of Scripture aud was therefore heretical The Inquisition always eager to torture or put to death any socalled heretic warned Galileo to advance no more such dangerous theories In reply ho wrote a book satirizing his opponents nnd even hinting that the Inquisition itself lacked the highest AS a result bo promptly IntelligenceI self in trouble Ho was to trial and given The Penalty for the choice of tor Proclaiming the ture or of recant Truth Ing his statement I that the earth moves Galileo was growing old and feeble and courage usually departs with strength So he recanted on his knees admitting that the earth was stationary Rut as ho rose to his feet ho shouted in a temp est of wrath Just the same It DOES move He was imprisoned In the inquisition j dungeons for an indiflnlte i period but through the Influence of powerful friends was later allowed I to go free I But after his troubles with tile Inquisition the Inventors spirit and I health gave way His children died many of his friends deserted him He went hopelessly blind Yet even In his blindness and old ago his mind harked back to the phenomenon of tho swaying cathedral lamp that had Incited his whole career Working on the same theory of rhythm he In vented the pendulum and applied its use to clockroaklng This was his last achievement before In 1C 12 he died Ho had been born on the of Michelangelos death And the dnyI of his death also witnessed the of the great Sir Isaac Newton To the cathedral dreamer we owe almost wholy the telescope micro I scope thermometer and clock penduI hum To him above all wo knowledge of astronomy and of the earths motionCopyrighted Odd Marriage Customs An Arab wedding lasts seven days The husband sees his wlfoH face after the ceremony la over It Is then proi IT for him to cry out In delight at itt loveliness and then us in the Bible the friend of the bridegroom who ctamlctli nud honreth him rejOlceth greatly becaureof the bridegrooms voice The people outside the tent raise an answering cry In Turkey the bride stands behind a screen during n part of the ceremony hiMoorishaffair 1 11 r DRY FARMING EXPERIMENTS I ON NONIRRIGATED LAND Investigations to Determine Whether Profitable Crops oi Wheat and Other Grains Can Bo Secured In Montana By Alfred Atkinson Investigations to determine some of the farming possibilities of tho non Irrigated level lands of Montana wore started during the spring of 1905 The aim In taking up this line of experimentation was not to test all of the different crops and soil culture methods that might ho proposed but rather by using a few ot the most promising crops handled In tho best known manner to determine If prop returns were possible on the non r rlgatcd lands of Montana This ac counts for tho fact that results are reported along but few lines at this time These few results however furnish an answer to the general ques tion by Indicating that profitable crops can be raised on the level lands of Montana without the aid of Irrigation Among the questions that tho dry farmer must answer before Ma fttrm lag activities have been greatly do 6 A Traction Creaking Outfit eloped Is the question of what crops peculiaroIs evident that the farm crops common seeotlons will not all bo equally well adapted to produce returns on the dry farm r In order that a crop may be adapted possessIwhich seem essential are strong early growth a comparatively strong deep rooting system and early maturity Those characters are of value In as stating the crop to progress raphHyi during May and June when frequent and tho weather Is somewhat cool so that maturity may be reached summeriAmong all varieties grown so far the Turkey lied Is the highest yielder The avorago for all years at ferent farms Is 357 bushels per acrol- A the Rosebud county substation the I yield of one plot of Turkey Red was CS17 bushels In addition to Its j Dry power to return high yields flour made from this variety possesses high I bread making qualities White hulless barley Is the earliest ripening of all the spring grains test ed This grain which Is in demand for feeding purposes and for the man ufacturo of certain cereal food prod ucts usually commands a mar ket price It is one of the good dry land spring grains The California barley which yields a higher number of bushels than the White Hiilless Is hi reality a bettor ylelder weighing but 48 pounds to tile busbel as con trusted with 60 In the case of the White Hulless Three varieties of spring wheat have been tested The Kunbanka a Mac aroni variety shows the earliest ma turlty and highest yield The Maca wheat as class seems well adapt ed to grow under dry farm conditions The seed was originally imported into this country from Russia whore it has been grown for many years under rather severe conditions As a result maturingIfair unfoorableI hard grownIDrought to Montana Roth of these show possibilities as bread making varietiesFlax commonly planted ns tho first crop after breaking and seems ta bo fairly well adapted to growth on For SaleITwo rood marc hands high both will bring colts- in the spring both Rood workers I will1ratio limoito l of sale See or address D U IELFHEY t War Creek Ky l t r spring broken dry land sod It Is the continuetheyears A study of tho yields show that most of tho grain crors will return a more profUabln yield than will tho flax The average of all tests er far as made shows a yield of slight over 12 bushels per acre Dromo grass Hromo Incrmls Is the best ylolder amongst the forage crepe reported This grass Is a hardy grow er and If cut In proper condition giver a good yield of high quality hay The Tall Oat grass yielded slightly tear than the Hromo but shows promise of satisfactory returns Alfalfa yields from two stations are reported at this time Tho best yields slightly over one and onequarter tons while the other yield Is less than threequarters of a ton We do I not think our readers ought to con slier yields as representing al falfa forage possibilities on the dry farms From ot servatlons on the sub stations as won ns In other parts ol the northwest AVC find that alfalfa IB ono of the most satisfactory dry land forage crops Tho crop Is somewhat stow In becoming established but when once properly started gives good nnnurl bay yields for many yearsOn two of t=e farms corn was plant ed and harvested as a fodder crop Tho yields of 4J4 and 29 tons per acre Indicate that corn Is n heavy for age producer under dry farm condl tionsThe average yield of nearly 121 bushes of potatoes to the acre show possibilities for this Intensive culture crop The potatoes produced artery dry and mealy and will always find a good market demand Sugar beets have not yielded high enough tc warrant the encouragement of their growth in n commercial way For homo feuding a small area may be found profitable but because of the A Couple of Land Pumpkins I good a these rRlsngInever bo frown the northwest etlept where irrigation Is possible II Money In Nuts Fortunes are wye to be accumulated by growers of nifs who engage largely and intelligently In tho business If they follow thin beat and most pro gresslvo methods which this publica tlon advocates There is no agrl cultural pursuit which promises more certain or moro profitable crops Nc Industry embodies to a greater degree tbe elements of safety profit and permanence as nil investment Thou sands of people all over our land can make their homes more pleasant and their farms places of increased profit by planting tho nut trees best suited to their locality Asparagus Beds Asparagus beds now need thorough tillage and heavy applications of manure Some fertilizer would bo an advantage especially if greet grass Is to be cut Tho practlcoof largo growers Is to apply most af tho commercial fertilizer after the close of the cutting season A Rood Beet TIt Kpyptlan beet is a general favorite among market gardeners One of the reasons foV this Is that ft pro daces a small amount of foliage Tho Iollliso though making moro foliage- Is superior In Quality Time to Rebel For three weeks he bad borne nil tho horrors of housecleaning without a murmur Then hiss patience gave wayAnd I you sobbed Ills wltcyou used to tell mo I was your queen Yes he said with a wild glare In 11141queenfor pale oak varnish and his meerschaum pups for a tack hammer be begins to grasp the advantages or a republic io JfJ If 1 I q 11 I Take caio of ycur sioniiuh Let Kidol irats all the food ycu cat ur i hut is whit Kudo does Kicry Inblespoonftil Kodal I digestspotintis of fnod Try It today It is uuiumtced to relieve you or your money hack Sold hy Jackson Drug Co He Knew the Loser JohtinyV mother Rare him two err cent iIeteH out fur candy the other for the Sunday school collection snyr the Houston Tost- Mghthoartetl hi wait tossing tlu coins In till air on his way to tht church when suddenly one eluded lit grasp and disappeared through a cellar grating Down on his knees lit peered Into the dark pit only to re alize his loss Then looking thoughtfully first late his hand next at the cellar steps he remarked Well there gees tho Lords nickel Can bo depended upon is ari expression vo till like to hem and kvhcli it is used in connection with Chamberlains Colic Cholera nnd Dinrihoen Remedy it means that it icvcr fails to euro diarrhoea di enlery or bowel complanls It s pleasant to inko and is ciiially valuable for children and adult Sold by ilnckson Drug Co Whats the mutter old many Oh Ive Just hind n quarrel with tnT wtfo Well forget nid forgive I can nevtT forgive her You see I was III the wrong Then In that case demand nn apolo gy Dont waste your money buyini lusters when you can tact a bofttr if Chamberlains Liniment for wentyIivo cents A plcco of lunnel dampened with liniment s superior to any plaster for lame elmin in the sido nnd chest tad tatter cheaper Sold by Jack on Drue Co 22a111 1fie l1iodell 20 I Prhe softy comfort and convenl I J ence of the Inn scUd top closti f ia breech and side ejection features ire combined with the quick easy j slidingfnre I F Model 20 ZZufa rifle I In rapid aria the reel tttt cf n re pfoUr Ihe fftjfOn iollJ try It tHvcjri a protection and prevents smoke and Ctcij back I the ejected iliell In never thrown Into your fare or errs end nevtr Interfere with the alml there far mMi rmif hand and helps quick operation It handle the short long sad lonerifle eirtrldze without chine In odJuMawnt and the deep Ilallard rifling runrnlrtt I accuracy makIng It the finest little rIBe It the world for target tnnnilrr and far all I email sgame up to 1 W or 2tX yrde Per full detertotltn ot ail ZanSl Resats just get out iTryL catolcc MUM Uf lit 3 stoner1 rctta1 7P lonfrSc7r C 42 Willow Street HEW WTf C tSiC V Aoiaminute should bo lost vhin a child shows symptoms ol ruip ChamberhiinH Cough emidy given aq eon ns the child iccomiS hoarse or even aCtor thr oupv ccuyh opjicais will pro eat the atlack Sold by Jnck on Drug Cu- USED AGAINST HEft Congratulations the Actress Receiver on HerEngagement A London inurfic hall belle who had just successfully landed nu old and wealthy nobleman sued an untmptilnr manager alleging that be hind not pad hor suniclently well for hw engage Incut nt his hall Sue won the case and was Immediately Inundated with flowery congratulations from her friends all of whom were glad to seethe manager go down Not content with her victory how aver the hello must needs crow over her beaten manager by packing up the choicest of these telegram and ills patching them to his house with the Intimation that he tnlght make what use of them he thought proper She regretted this lust concession tin next morning Taking her nt her word the manager pasted the teligninw on n board outside the music hull bended them What Miss Fllghtlos friends think of her engagement and left tin public to assume which engagement the professional or the matrliuunlal was meant Then followed such messages ns Gotxl for you old girls Ilmud the old horror nt last Dont let him wriggle oft the hookl Stick to him till you get the dibs Congratula tions on your splendid haul Another action for damages ngnlnst time manager It now pending Sammy Told Mrs Smith was showing a visitor n new Imtircc ulio had recently purchased when little Samuel ciune In nod neglected to remove his lint Thinking to tench him n lesson she said Stun uel what did 1 buy that battrre furs For 5108 unswenl Samuel promptly but you said I wasut to tell anybody He Could Go At the death of the Duke of Welling ton the whole diplomatic corps wnx invited tu tho funeral nt St Pauls Time French ambatwndor on receiving his Invitation was very muck upset lIe harried ofT to hU colleague of Itus bald Ilgruu IJruunow null confldetLo I nun the difficulty In which he wax placed i The queen ho said expects tw to- go to tit Pauls to tin funeral of Mu Duke of Wclllngtun How can I go considering tho iujnrles which the dnU Inlllcted on uyr country What shall I dorItnron Itninnow llstonwl gravely to his colleagues exposition and then re plied An the duke IIlelld he Bald I think you can wifely go to tht funeral If you were asked to ntterd his resurrection I should say refuse the Invitation THE FAMILY PEACH A Practical Theory of Chile Training Up to Date The modern theory of culld training Is to Bhlft the responsibility of wrong doing to n childs own shoulders It Is early taught to weigh right nnd wrong and count the cost Mothers who are hi despair over the behavior of their children should try making them free agents Show them plainly how unpopular they are mak lag themselves by their horrid belinv bur Appeal to the rcupon Teach them to form their own decisions and irhtdr by the results A child HO trailed usually acquires self control when other children are having parental ccetrol punlnluHl Intn them This method of mining U tat leash bit however uiUcxs parent Lave the Rood judgment to keep In such close touch with their little ones that they can net an counselor ns n lust court of nppcnl nod ns pn ldlng Judge whose UHSDIIS are fliuil A mother of n large and IntrrcNtlnj fnrnlty said If I hind n dozen cull dren I would have to evolve a tllfTor emit way to train each one according to Its IdlosyncnislcM Instead of mourning over a chits + misconduct ctiidy to make It good In rpltc of Itself Keep It KO well that- a happy disposition comes natural reach Mary ur+John self government but nt the snnio time let It he thor oushly understood that you mire gov ernor In chief In tllftpuivd pMut One mother who liml Ideas on self rule for her children allowed those children to bo lerrorn to the neighbor hood HVCII In church she would ill placidly by while they crawled under the IHMVS to pinch the worshipers In front or slyly run plus Into the next personA who does not know th difference between self control and lack of control hind better abide by Solomonic precept of child training Applied Judlponnly the method of Do ViuN Little Early Iliserf time Mifo turn cnv gentle little liver pills The original Lnrtolix ed Witch Hazel Salve is DeV ills The tmmc is plainly stamped ui err box It is hood for cute hums bruises sore boiU and sun tiurns hut it is especially good for time Piles Sold by Jackson Drug to Clean Watering Trough Sprinkle Hum In your wntrri m trough and out u particle of scum will form on the surface When the Ilinr loses Its strength Hcuni will begin In form which imiy be twice during n eason Wash out the tmuch nail repent the dose It U cheap liirinlMft wholesome taps the water sweet mt tares the live stock Your complexion ns well us your temper is rendered miclrahlcb a disordered liver Hy hiking Chain crltiins Stomach and Liver Tab tits you cm improve bjlh Sold by ilccVson Drill Co CliiunliunninH Colic Cholera uul Dinrrliocn Remedy is today ho befit known medicine in use for he relief and euro of bowel coin plaints It cures griping diur rhoen dysentery and should betaken at the first ttnnutrul looseness of the bowels It is equally vain nblo for children and adults It always cures Sold by Jackson Drug Ce- Tufts Bo sure youro right then RO ahead Is no Improvement on Colonel Crocketts nut lu said It last As much courage can bo displayed umpiring n peaceful tariff game as In charging up San Juan hill The wool men mixed up in tho unlit pull are not necessarily the men who pull the wool t Here Is Relief for Wo mdn If you have pnin In tho buck Urinary Uliidder or Kidney trouble and wuntn certain pleas lint herb relief from Womens ills try Mother Grays Australian leaf It is n safe reliable rpjru tutor nnd relieves all Female Weaknesses including inllamnlion and ulcoralions Mother Grays AustrnlinnLcnl is sold by Druggists or sent by mail for 50 cents Sample sent reeAddress The Mother Gray S Y A mot y OJ LE RAILWAYS HITMTVB A to I IW- fiWLSr IIOUNL No 1 NQ 3 tfo5- Daily Daily Sua jiv- Kx Sun Only- AM IM AM- Lv Jackson G 10 2 20 7 Ua OKJct C 16 2 26 7 05 Klkntmvn 0 20 2 30 7 10 Oakdalo Jm 2 44 7 23 Athol 0 40 2 52 7 80 Tallejia tJ 49 JJ 00 7 38 St Helens 0 51 ail 7 48 BttyvloJct7 07 3 207MFinciistlo 7 16 8 28 8 02 Torrent 7 80 a 41 8 15 Glincairn 7to 3 60 82Natl Ulc 7 45 3 56 8 2 lJPICln Jct 7 48 3 67 8 28 Dundee 7 62 4 03 8 32 Filson S 01 4 14 8 42 Itosfclyn 8 0II 4 20 8 48 Slanton 8 1C 4 21 8 64 Clay City 8 25 4 85 9 C2 ImPn Fids 8 45 4 53 9 2- 0LEJet 000 507 081 Vinchester9 12 ft 20 9 40 Wyntidotte 0 2u 6 83 9 60 Avon II 82 5 40 10 Oil Montroso 9 40 5 50 10 12 Ar Lexington 9 65 G 05 10 i 5 NO 2 not EAST HOUND Daily Daily l M AM Lv Lexington 2 25 7 35 Montroso 2 38 7 46 Avon 2 48 7 54 Wyandotte 2 53 8 01 Winchester 3 05 8 19 L K Junct 3 20 8 26 Indian Fields 3i1 8 12 Clay City 3 50I 0 02 Stanton 3 58 0110 Ho slyn 4 05 t15 Filson 4 14 9 22 Dundee 4 25 9 31 Campion Junct 4 30 9 38 Natural Hridgo 4 35 0 43 Glencairn 4 38 0 40 Torrent 4 47 9 6G- Fincaslle 5 00 10 08 Bentty villa Junct 5 10 10 17 St Helens 6 17 10 20- Tnllegn 5 2810 37 Athol 5 37 10 45 Oakdulo 5 45 10 53 Elkntnwn 0 00 IT 10 O K Junct 6 05 11 15 i Ar Jackson 010 11 20 t ONXKGT10NS L ft E JUNCTION Trains Nos- I anti 3 will make connections- with C 0 Hy for Mt Sterling HAMPTON JUNCTJONNOS I 211 anti 4 will connectTvittr tho Mountain Central Hallway for passengcis to and front Cumnton UNCTIONNo Bcatlyilll0 ft K J UNCTIONTrai No KentuckyforCIIAJS SCOTT G P A ol K RAILWAY RlFECPII1 NOV 19 1OOO I WEST HOUND 1aily Jx Sun I lilT CLAn 2p CIA I A W r it- Lv 00U33VnncleroWilhursL 1144 I 52 05RoseHiI1eeclmwBAr Cannel City 12 35 5 20 EAST BOUND Daily Ex Sun 2l CLASS lilT CLAII At PM Lv 00llclcchtuva 23Hose44Wilhtirst 57Frozen0 K Junction 9 25 2 25 30Sundayreturningleaves M L CONLEV Gen MVr Mountain Central Depart Arrive 5 45 a m Cnmpton 11 30 a in mArrive8 00 n m Campton Jun 10 05 a in 4 00 p m Campton Jun 4 40 p m Make connection with nil L N passenger train- shrAUtrusrafrr lOLEIIONEYARDJAR Jt Uftattm FOR YOUR HEALTHS SAKE CARE OF THE EXTREMITIES Medical men tell ui that thou sands of people die every year for no other reason than theyneg lected to take proper care of their arms lower limbs and feet Improper clothing of the ex tremities generally means colds core throats pleurisy pneumonia Inflammation of the stomach and bowels or any one of many other serious aliments Children too are often shamefully neglected IrUthe matter of sufficient clothing or covering for the legs and feet Heavy stock Ingi and good thick shoes are cheaper than are doctor and un dertakers it WOo w