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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, June 9, 1905. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1905 bre1905060901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Breathitt County news: n. Friday, June 9, 1905. Breathitt County news. J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1905 $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. pIif1MIir COUNTYi I T A It 1 4 J 4IeN IId01Na Editor Rd Pltbha herASTetNKENTUOKY ONrv Da1LAR PjUR ltt AlqrAN06 o r VolumeJacliscn X entuekT liday June 9 1905 N inber 34 r- 3S 1- let t i Uo secure Mi best results for your money advertise I in IAe lJr athitt County fT- jhe best medium 6y which to reach all lAm unlalnI J rtrade = t N s tjwice tho Circulation of1 mrty joajaer in ffireathitt J I r DIAMOND RINGSPLAIN GOLD RINGS nrzqj b Iounr w enf Your Money fO1 SEWING MACHINES 0 YOU HAVE JJEVER SEEN ENYOU CAN INSPECT AND TRY THE BEST MACHINE MADEI- NW YOUR OWN TOWN Y SOLD OR RENTED AT 1Yr Corner Main and Broad way Jackson c Ky The Delineator for July- A ntsgmizine that It filled with icmnu 0 6able Interest tar wiinen U the July De I In U the Mimnifr t a ere eiquUilrly pictured and driicrlbul p I byiwli fashion authorities al Helen S RerklyIaydand Kilouaril La Fon tame of Parla who write fur the mag azine lIcllllh Ir Albeit HlKetow t q i 1lIckfIeJr andia i FreavrrydwlaLisle1 1IIIICt lim do hood brier Fran f wall oitMlHlh S im hlIIIIIII1IIIII Ih1 4hilt mid ihe rleiiUs unit lii m vof IIiR early life T Cromwell lawienre tie gscribe the Miilniu ci tniiH and to of llulaiid in an iiileremiiij i travelkelchnndt1i111111srrlatrsL ume nf tlii prettirat IIIIIIHIICHM of the oldtime Summer retorts Itnrdinlo II- i Ml Wahlnmon and IJUIK Jr ndi In iearemarkably Some of hn utory and liiliuciice of the AgeeIi and X llndmm Mourn write s of the ev olution of Ihenhetl In The iNillectur Manual Knterinlnlnt Mtorliin and I iaitiine aio provided fur Hid little bite anda variety nf arllule on it vI1lieC upon the hoiuutvlft nra eruuedlnaly IflillIHad la Hnt For It she nt the theater1 tl ut under tancl what the detective U supposed to be doing In this piece lied fancy Ilat4 looking tor the plot I I It rtqulrt 1m1 effort to bepolite Uua diiagrwbU DaUu News t 1 1S to loulHVIIIo and llflturn11t1os fpxIngtonfvlA Hontlierp Uy June 12 ntt Qonfii + emit Veterans Reunion Tickets gooi in return on or I fare June 19th wit privilege of extension in Inly tolt ticket with Joint agen on or before June lOlh with payment of ire of rop The will Include Maas Meet or PelrgaleaJs ii e Shnw iini Init Reception at Confederata Veteran Home pf Orphan Jlrig aile MnrRiuiA Mrn eta SteainboaI- CxcMinlon Meeting Son of Veteran lUrheciit at Shitvne Irk for lOOCf Veteran Null hit Friday Jnim IS a Grand unlit headed by Oominnnd r InChief flen D lee mind participated in bj fuirviviiiK ttlk era t and IIrall of tie Confederaie knit in Varilnii Unifotin and carrying Ihe Nouns followed by Oa StileIl1luIclee ever peen A dully attraction wjll be the Qrarit PjrilpBhifln war ipeclacle 1alni Fall of Iort Arthur with a marvp IIHII lXXOOdlnnlwy of llre wnrkt For additional liitorniatinn Cumuli Solhtrnltllllay TJoket Aijent orT V llrrwaI A 89 K Main St lpxlnuloo Ky O U llnngertord 0 it Ialr At 231 4th Ave IonUrllli Kentucky IUI1 lgaeeaaet HeI am toM t II i1l klllwore mon ey than he known w tt to do wltt- fBheliaa he realty 8dcn tpoorauce moat be bllaal- Wbatever are the beta of fortune they require u paiiteflVW rehab iam taste thetaUotktlfB ENCOURAGE THIS PROJECT Something Good for the Youn Men and Boys of Our Town In every town of any import ance there isor slioulQ be sour place entertainment or instnir tion for the benefit of the younj men anti loys In cities iuch places are tiffordetl by the Vouni Mens Christian Association All who are acquainted with the wOIk done by those associations hearth endorse and aid in sustaining themThrough the aid of one of ou enterprising citi enl such or a similar ortrunixntion will be start ed in Jackson It is to be hoped that every business man and ciri ten who has the welfare of his town and community interests at heart will readily lake holdant help to pifth the movement to 8 speedy conclusion The plan of organization will be pusher as rapidly as the interests of the citizens demonstrate their willingness to take hold of the movement The abject of it will bo to provide a suitable building which by the way has been obtained to fur nigh the same with the necessary articles usually found in such an organizationThe necessary will be H reailinK room comfortably fur mugslnestined A gymnasium titled out with the necessary appurtenances A bath room with shower and bath tube It line been fstimateU that for this maiuteuHiicu of the association it will ho necessary to charge u membership tee of tun dollars 1000 j juir yuar This fee from acU member with what we shall raise by donation will maintain ItSBoeiatlonThe will be in cbargo faj Bfcretary who will be paid a lOO ary for tile sonrieei The membership fve of ten dol lars will entitle a member to all the conveniences for the term of ont year It should be under itoodthat for tho boys there shall be uo charge The gymnasium und reading rooms will be open to them at all times under the lircction of the secretary and the parents art urged to encourage the toys use The secretary uf the association will be an excel Jhristiau gentleman He will onsider it us welt aa July to instruct thu boys In a course of reading and train them In the gymnasium Li this day tad age it has been demonstrated that tne physical man must he in itructfd aa well as the mental to btain the best specimens of ulan tood Jlean healthy athletics will be taught developing the jody us well as the mind fore it is earnestly hoped that every citizen of rackson or ilaewliere who is interoated in thu boys will hid in securing thong this place of instruction In conclusion will add that a petition will shortly be presented to every as business man of Jackson for their signatures as a memo ber of the association If you baye boys you are interested on jrourown you have none you mould interested on your neigh hors account and if you havnt either you should be interested for tho benefit of the community It is a matter of personal Interest md concerns each of us iudisid rally aud collectively so give it four heartlSlIppOIt front the start some oD- eeltjeits success depends on you AnVEHTIHED UTTER LIST Ilitof unclnlmwl matter d bJ Ditnlul D Hunt vertludI lackson Ky JIIIIH 9th 10 thedend letter office at Viihlnglon O O for limn weak ending June 23 1005 Davis K O Hooter Rev W W Harris Tlihla Kinney Leonard fyklns JT lykini Thomas Unlntoih Emellne Pal ton Tempt Yard Sallld 2 Walking J A IVelliJack William Mr Allnnia In Mad Chase Millions ruth in matt chain alter teallli from one extreme of Uddiant to nother when if they wpuld only eat jood food and kt p their bowels regu arntth Dr KIngNen Life Pill heir trouble would pan away + PrOmpt relief and quIoU cure for liver amI itomaoh trouble 25o at Jackson drug Cu Drug Store j guaranteed Time gospel of happiness is one I that every woman should lay to heart What it means to a mar to come home at night to n cheer ful wife no one but he wlio has Lad to fight tho hard battle of life knows If he u prosperous it is an addled joy but it in misfor I tune that it shines like a star in I the darkness A complaining wife can kill the last bit hapttI thud courage in a sorely heart while a cheerful one gives new courage to begin the lightI over again Cubul1 UIcrrhoeaIU 3aldlrre who lerve CuhllI during the Spnnlth war knuw tldsdteaieIand Ihat pidinary rem edie have little moie effect than rImuolcaIel Cuban diarrhoea Is at moll at tevere and ilapgerou at H mildattack of cholera There b line remedy however ihal can always bt depended upon at will be seen by tin following certificate from Mrs Min tie Jaculu of Houston Texm I hereby reriily that Cli mberlain Colic Cholern and Ulatrhoea Remedy cured my husband of a severs attack of Cuban diarrhoea wlilot ha brought home fpim Cuba Vu had several dClorI but they dtd him no god UneboUle of this remedy cured him II our neighbor will teify 1 thank hdIfur 10 valuable a medlnlnu War by JaoUton Drug Ci An exchange asks What has become of the boy its patcheaj Why bless your he is out on the farm hopping clods sixteen hours a day tie will etjine to town after awhile to run the banks and the stores arid the successful law and preachers and physicians JDonl worry boy in patch es ItU the slick lookingstore clothed nicely groomedad you want to tuquiru about the fellow thats going to drop through- n crack in the sidewalk out of sight one of these days JiiAt Vbut Everyone Hlioulil Do MrtJ T Barber of IrwincilleGa alwayi kerpi u hull II of Cliamberlatn Cholera and Diarrhoea llemedy al r hand ready for huiant ute Attacks 1 i f colic cholera liiorbu cud dUrrhoea jj come on in suddenly mat there is tin time to hunt n doctor or go lit the store I for medicine Mr Barber IYIhihave tried Oliamberlairi Culie Chol era and Dlarrhoen lieinedy which Is one of the belt reniedie I ever saw I keep a battle of It In my room II I have had levvrul attacks of cubit and li tau proved to be the heAt medicine IIever uted Sold hI Jackson Drug Cu toys dont kin the birds If YOU must kill something why notI liufct down snakes and rats but tboliannluss feathered songsters should have our protection I Torture of Preacher Tho story of the torture of Rev O D Moore pastor of the litptit church uf ltarperille N Y 11III intereit you lie Baja I suffered agonies became of a periiitent rough result lug from the grip I had to IllIel lit ling up lobed I tried into remedies without rlelef until I took Dr Khlgs New Icoverrfor Consumption Cojglit and Colds which entirely oured my cough and saved me from A grand cure for dllIdaied conditions of Throat and Lung troubles At Jackion Drug Cu druggists price roa and ft 00 guaranteed Trial bottlefree The Kansas City Journal points out that while the farmers com pose CO per cent of our popula don they commit only 2 par cent of our crimes The simple life keeps close to the soil and far from iulluencea that beggt crime If In a kind of blllioui mood You with an aid lo digest rood No other pill U half to gold As DeWtts Little Early Ulcers The Famous Illla Pulls EARLY IttS FRS euie Conitipation Sick Head ache Uillloiiineas etc They never gripe or sicken but Impart early rubE energy Good tot nldier children or adults Rob Moore Lafayette Iml says Nu ue talking leltt Ultle Early KUer do their work All other pills I have used gripe and make run sink DeWIti II Little Early Risers brought the lung sought relief Thuj are pufectld by M S Craln Accuracy is the keynote of the successful of the day says iSewapapordoiu It is what has given this paper a standing to bo envied all who value the reliable We employall means to get at the truth of the news we publish Any error found is not so much oura as the informants from whom the item was secured The laxative effect of Clmniberlaln Stomach and Liver Tablnts le 10 agree mllliclDlIjFor 4 A m52S2S25252S252525 ID jCexinffton 8 rn I LI NEW STORE I thing strictly high CIIRS in dent- sFurnishing 11 GoodsCr U Hats and Shoes u C rnTHE CC 11 flier Stetson c fl II atsWu Also a high K STHAWS C TILE C JOHNSTON AIUKPI1Y I SIIOE c which is conceded by all C I hot men to be the bestC GrnddyBradley G m C 140 W Main St LEXINGTON KYn15i2S2S2S2S25 rS25i52Si552J Cures Ulnuil Tuition Cancer Ulctrs If yon haIl otfeiuive pimples or eruptions ulcers on any part of tut tody aching bones or j lIl falliiu mlr mucous Ialohes swollen glands kin itches smut biiini sore lips and kunts ealiiig fesleriiut sores sharp nawliiK IKIH then you suffer from erloni blod poUon or the beginning fH deadly cuncer You mate per lunently cured by taking Kotanli Ii loud Balm l li K B nude efpeiIullj o cure the worst blued and skin dis Mrs heals every nine or iiKinr evei rally cnncer hllll all aches and nips reduces all Dwelling Bo nnie Blood Halm cares all umltgntmi tool trouble sucli as eczema sob and scales pimples running cures arbuncle sernhifs Druggists l o 4prpvacnre+rsknij ent tree and prepmiid by writing Itlood 1tIIn Co Atlanta 111 Deioribe mutate mind free mdlcal advice sent In eated letter newnkostmaster general ostmasters aliould be appointed fot their ability to attend to busi politicslIeostmaster can give his party is to ondnct tubs otlice in n properthan er Under hisroigliit is said lolitinil activitywill be discount Llianced aud strict attention to iisinegs details exacted Quality vI Quantity hard muscles ant strong body do 1101 depend on the quantity of fund ynll eat but on ill perfect digestion lid proper assimilation When on- take hotel D pepsin Cure your I- iIm gets nil lie niuiiBliirent out ot all time foodyon eat It dlgesls what on eat regardless of the condition of Ihe stomnch and conveys the nutrient roper ties to the blood and tissues Thill build up and strengthens the entire system Kodol cures Indigestion yKpepsln Belching Sill Stomach Veak Heart alit Kodol Dyspepsia Sure for what t sometimes culled Americas national diseaseDyspep IIIIt1I destined U eventually wok a vonderfnl and lusting benefit to suffer era from this dUtressing and mind hIr jssln cnndtllnn Suld by M S Orals The flower embowered home is the one that attracts Take for ustance two cottages in H city one without the flowers trees grass mad the one with these conveniences and the one that gives the et appearance will rent for 5- per more than the other that be in every fay similar There is no tion about the dvantage of beautifulenvirou uents they IUd both satisfying and ratifying A Fearful Fate It Is afearful fate lo have to ender lhe terrible torture of Piles I can I ru thfll IIo1 writes Harry Colion uf Manmvllle Ia that for Blind needing lieliungamid Pro roiling Pllea Hpekls111Arnlca Salve is the belt cure made Also best for cuts I sums and Injuries 25a at Jackson 3rng Co drueRlst Personally Conducted 11tflIIgcar11 Angeles and lounge Chicago Union laeifl- rid North Wt stern Line Colonist un- wa1 tickets will be on smile during del lllller and October at only 33X from Chlcagp with correspondingly low rates from other points Double menu In tourist sleeping cars only 7Booklets with mapi and full Inform linn sent on receipt or 1 + in scam e Y B Knllkerl1tr l i1n O N W- ty Cftiesgw- sa l I BARGAINS yt76 AT JONES M F JRNITURE STOREe3apttS- Ve 1tJl a of have the finest line of Furniture 1 ever brought to Jackson Dont think S because it is second hand it is not clean L and uptodate I have had the pleasure wr of esaLexington second hand furniture Ican show you second hand furniture in Judge Parkers house that I sold to him J I want everybody in Breathitt and sur J rounding counties to call and inspect my w FillnltuieDO j IT TODAY TJ R TELCOME J D JONES Proprietor Jones Furniture Store w = == = =BEST HOTEL IN THE FREE BUS TO and FROM 1 i CITY DEPOT a C ARLINGTON HOTf p fS S TAULBEE PROP JAOKSON KY ofJc 100D LIVEUY STABLE UN FIRST CLA33 BAM PI E + CONNECTION ROOMS KIILTHICOUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsHerr IIFOR cONSUMPTION rJiOc Bureat and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK 0 FOR SALE Pure bred Golden Bronze Turkeys White Pekin Ducks Cornish Indian Game and Single Comb Brown Leghorn ChickensEggs for Hatching in season Place your orders early Our eggs are guar anteed to be strictly fresh and from wellmated purebred fowls oiR PRICES W RW M M Hagins kpuJ ppularitymf STEVrN5 RIFLEST tISTO5 1I ah tJdainRntrhrtio oat ittRAveas l- tITS d4iWenuilvuo ASTE jr E NBICUAKANTCliD FOR QUAU IydkWutar 1 etMatUl fcjcajui xctKjtl Our Line Klfles from 300 to 150 Pistols from 250 to SO Shotguns from 750 to 35 Al audealuImJt I roWoIUDWCalAucIllsk uJ UI alJpdmn- 1rp relie II- Irolro IkWT FAIL to UK UWunud ctuluff ltl IoouIi t1 eJ- l 10 4i wuUficurJ U the JAI tpuit U ihAloi u 14 ratsutwpa- pace n JI Iri tr 1 E Before You Purchase Any Other Writ THE NEW jOKAfcOIMany Sewing Machines art mad la sell retard less el aualltj but tht 3r w issue It made I to wear Our guaranty never runs out J We make Sewing Machines to suit all condition of the trade The New Home stands atth head of diMlghgradefmlly sewing machine Mold by authorized deslrs euly ran SALE at- r James 11 Richardson R CodGeneral Agents I Electric Bdg CLKVELAND o I 1 t Headache Can be Cured withc Dr Miles AntiI Pain Pills I If your nerves are subject to disturb antes such as Headaches Neuralgia Backache Rheumatism Menstrual Pains Sleeplessness etc their j+ rilillt and Jangling can ba quickly ended wllb a Dr Mlles AntiPain PIIU i Dr Miles AntiPain Pills are pleasant little pink tablets which do not act on the bowel nor do they have any disagreeable weakening or habitform + Ing effect on the tyitem t They are the result of the latest iPltn tine knowledge on the subject oT Pain and bring relief safely and quickly to the greatert aufferer You should always keep n box of Dr Mlles AntiFain fills In the house sinesI you never know whim pain may attack you and It Is wrong to suffer when your suffering can be so quickly relieved P Dr Miles AntiPain PUb contain noIopium chloral cocaine morphine or similar drugs and are sold by druggists J under a guarantee to relieve you or 5 pay your money back By relieving Tain Dr Mllea1 Anti Pain Pills shorten suffering and length en life ZS cents Never sold In buck I have used Dr Mlles AnllIalnllI1a- when with headache and find that one pill Infallibly Sects relief In a very short time I o use Dr Wills Nerve 1111s when 1 am considerably afflicted with neural cia of the head nnd these pills of much beneOt to me ate all Is claimed for ihm UEOUaR COtiOATB 219 Oakland Bt San Antonio t TeLYII FREE Write to us for free Trial Package of Or Mlle Anti Pills the New liclenllno for PaIn Also symptomI Specialist Will dlagnoM umIClI i- Ott what ta Rronp how to e DR lIiL I b4AATORI8 TtltliAATe A j i t Zip- y ealhitt 9otvs 1 f J SE HAdlNS Editor ytp Irhlny June O 1101 PROFESSIONAL CARDS i jtimnnnnnnnnntmnmnmnTmniiiiuj I U C ROARK I LAWYER 3I I JAOKSON KENTUOKY = E Will practice In Breathitt and 3 E Magoffln Cnunttess I iin nwuwwuwuugwugluuuugwt IIi 1 0 W FIKNOR A II PATTON f FMSEXOK PATTOX I t I 4 r WYERSi t JAOKSON KENTUCKY J tnee n ANNOUNCEMENTSa 4 Ion ASSKS30II rare authorized to announce JOIIN Tit ST110XO II a cntiilMfttc for AnsejMir of Hrenthlti C pounlysulijBnt tin nitlnn of the Ue publican IiartrFOR 8IIKIUKK T tm o renniliiUIti for Sheriff og lirPttlliitl County Hi the wining No vember election IlurcK CRAWFORD Cope Branch Ky FOU JAlfEU We are oiilhorlzed to announce LEWIS GROSS of Elkittntva is a candidate for tin liitfloeof Jailor of HrmUhlitcrtimty Safi tLlI the action of the UrpublKai party Try an Orange Phosphate the hitthe spot JACKSON Dnun Co Thomas Ilollificltl of Talcum Knott co was here this week nf tergoods The statement of the Nationa Bank of Beuttyville appears inI our columns this week The O Kc railroad will rite a special train to the great Van Am Lung Shows here on June 22 Round trip to the Confederati reunion from Lexington to Louis Villa 105 See Southertrraih oaE ad on first page G AV Kelly wifo and family aof Carrs Fork were visiting las per Stacy and family of Trouble some last week itasper Stacy of Troublesome was here this week after Roods for hisstore Ue reports in his neigh borhood better titan usual Russia j has asked Japan to nam- A terms of peace It is thought that President Roosevelt will be the mediator between the two nn tiousFrank rBorne a deputy shal killed a man named mat Knott county last week while at tempting to arrest him for viola tioVof the internal revenue laws Tames G Bolin has just painted a beautiful sign both on the front and side of J U Blakes store building on College avenue This x work will compare favorably with the workof any city sign painter A woman was found hanging ton tree near the head of Quicksand Creek in Knott last Monday She had evidently intended to make death certain as a razor was fouledat the foot of the tree which she probably intended to use in the event the rope failed She had been in poor health for sometime Our informant hud forgot ten the womans name The Children Favorite For Cough Croup Whooping Cough etc One Minute Cough Cure is the children favorite Thus h because It contains no opiate In perfect ly harmless tastes gnat and iiire Porsule uy MS Grain NOTICE FOIL PAROLE To All Whom It May Concern Notice is hereby given that at the next meeting of the Kentucky Hoard of Prison Commissioner which will be at Frankfort Ky on the 4th day of July 1005 I will make an application before them for parole from the state penitentiary where I am now con lined under judgment of tillt Rreuthitt circuit court for manslaughter lUitun HAOIXS The Salve That Penetrate UeWllti Witch Hazel FMVH pene Irate the porn nf the skin and by its antiseptic rublfneleni and healing lluence it subdues inllNiinnntlon andI cures Bolls Btlrn Coin Eczema Tetter liinxvrnrm and all kinds of skin Ideate A ipeclflo for blind h andc HazellSahei- r r f i 1 CJOlTRESPONnENGE HOUSSIAU We have a good sheep market but n poor cattle musket Klizabeth Pughof McQuinn went to Jackson Monday to con suit a physician- In the decoration service con ducted by Daniel Mclntosh and others there were 14 prayers Revs Daniel McIntosh Joseph Lovely and Pleas Davis will preach together at Lambric Tune 11th French Miller and wife went to Louisville Inst Monday where he will undergo an operation for stomach trouble Janies H Calhoun got his leg broken last week by a rail cut rolling on him He is doing ns well as could be expected Granny Pop Patton aged 85 years mother of Sam Patton caught n ground hog with the aid of a little lice dog which was 10 years old On Sunday tune 4thnt A C Coopers meeting near Hays on Hunting Creek a racket came up and Jim Nester was cut and beaten on the head with a pistol till lie was all over bloody Jim Nester and Smith Brown were arrested and tried before N H Sally J P and tined 50 each HAYS Henry Williams sold 40 sheep at a good price A M Bays lies put up a tore near his residence Several cattle have died in this neighborhood with H disease sup posed to be murrain Henry Williams floated about 400 ties and Barren Miller about 2500 ties to market on the recent tideSilas Taulbee nail A C Cooper held decoration services on flay 30th at the Williams grave yard 1 in the morning and at the Ho afterenoon IOAYS HtKKIC Born to the wife of John Ah tier a line hove Mrs Brown Conchs of litick horn is very ill John Dun of Chavies was the guest of Kd Gay Saturday and Sunday plisses Mollie and Eliza Howl ConfluenceeSaturday i Dr King has returned from hazardwhere he had been on le gal business John M lay of Brut us Clay county visited frionds here Sat ur day and Sunday Miss Pollie Johnson of Buck horn visited relatives here the lat ter part of last week The venerable Dr App Murrell of Clay county preached an ex cellent sermon here Sunday Prof raid Mrs Murdoch of Buckhorn are visiting relatives at Danville and other places Allen Hiley has returned from Big Creek where he had been looking after a school for his girl MeldaSeveral of the boys did not be have very nicely at church Sun tiny They had better be more cnrefulIAbner having the misfortune of getting his house and household goods destroyed by time Robert Bush son of Wm Bush of while out hunting ac cidentally discharged his gun shooting himself in the hand Da ICiNo HI ltAIojB H Nereid luckson Monday timid Tuesday Mrs Charles Terry of Turkey Creek is visiting her parents at FincltstleIi gleeAlex Herald Saturday NJIoore and wife and little laughter Florence visited Miss Emma Herald Sunday lay Griffith and wife of Cane andfB H Herald Jios purchased a nice line of ladies and gents shoes Callnnd see them Ills prices are r JthtIMiss Ada Herald returned Sat urday from a visa 1d her sister Irsr M Terry of Turkej Crock Mrs Harlin Griffith of Turkey Creek visited her sister hsi Dan CunditT at War Creek urday and Sunday COri IlllANCH Miles Caudell of Turkey pass ed here Monday on his way to Jackson Jeff Kversole of Athol took Jim Spouse to Jackson Monday for disturbing public worship Paul Woods expects to go to Winchester the 2Urd to meet his brother Ashley Woods of Coy ington whom he has not seen for 30 years CUOCIFJT8V 1 1TE Born on May 30th to the wife of Buck Combs a girl Mrs G W Deaton who has been very sick is improving G W Belcher who has been very sick is sonic better Mrs Kd Callahan is visiting friends in Jackson this week Breck Crawford of Athol was at this place lust week looking uf ter some ties Mrs Lee Bowling spent Sunda afternoon with her daughter Mr George Deaton Misses Eliza and Dora Bowling visited the tamilof their uncle John Belcher Sunday Miss Martha Riley was thi goes of Misses Eliza and Dora Bowfing Saturday and Sunday Luther Deaton spent Saturdu t and Sunday with his sister Mn Jerry Reynolds of Canoe j LC Bowling and Granvill Riley made n business I to Elki tawa Sunday returning Monday Rev Miles Saunders will preac at the Crockettsvilie Presbyteria church Sunday June 11 All at cordially invited j Mrs Polly Little who has heel visiting friends and relatives here for the past two months returne to lien home on Cane Creek Satin dayFrank I Adams nail Miss Nanm I Burton were married Thursday a the home of the brides father 1 D Burton Irvine Morris son of Dan Mon ris got shot through the foot Saturday night while running an oh Virginia reel by unknown parties at the home of P1mpn Sandlin it Perry county SOHKKI TOI I CINCINNATI MARKETS I CINCINNATI June 7 Cattle Market quiet and steady Good to choice butcher steer 4 45 to 5 fiO common to fair 3 25 to 4 25 heifers good to choice 3 85 to 4 75 common to fair 2 50 to 3 75 cows common to fair 1 75 to 3 25 oxen 2 50 to 4 35 Calves Common and large 3 5C I to 5 75 good to light 5 25 to 0- I Hogs Prices steady Good to choice packers 5 45 common to choice heavy fat sows H 15 to S4 90 light shippersd 5 25 to 5 35 pigs 110 less 4 75- Sheep good to choice 3 CO It 4 00 common to fnir S2 25 U 50 Lambs common to fair y5 5- to 0 65 FOIL Watches CLOCKSSilverware Silver Novelties and all kinds of lirstdas Jewelry call on S D FLEENOR JEWELER AND OPTICIAN JACKSON KY COMING ON ITS OWN TRAINS TaE GRFIAT VAN AIVIBU- RGSHOWS Hippodrome Museum and Trained Animal Exposition WILL POSITIVELY EXHIBIT AT JACKSON THURSDAY t JUNE 22 r Combined on a scale of magnitude never attempted before Coming in all its vast entirety Bigger Better 0 renter Greater Grander than ever before A Magnificent Display of Entirely New Features Grand Gigantic Moral Museum of Marvels The Great New midst Menagerie MANY STRANGE ZOOLOGICALe SPECIMENS Includmir the Rarest Animals in Captivity The Lioness QIJKKNS I andle of cubs A SJatKMi KKATUHK the lurirest AJItl1ne STIU 1ILOODS WKAT1NU IIKIIKMOTII of Holy Writ Captured in thin densest Moras of the wildest regions of the mysterious fiver Nile r WONDERFUL AND DASHING FEATS OF IAREBACK RIDING IY CHARMING AND FASCINATING FEMALES A ZOOLOGICAL GARDEN Br tight to your city on wheels TUB HUMAN M IJOUS Iho- TaPearl Family of Sensational Aerialists Ilagil its Japanese Troupe Mpne Carlosa the great erpendicular ladder WHEELER S MARINE BAND The finest Musical Organization traveling with any circus in America Grand Street PageantTho new And costly Steam Piano to be seen flatly in ram Free Spectacular New Street Parade A Grand Gala Day Prepare for the coming event One ticket admits to all advertised shows All children Half Price NO GAMBLING or swindling allowed Honest nmlTutr Dealing is the motto of this vast concern EXCURSIONS ON ALL RAILROADS Two Performances Daily Doors open at 1 nail 7 p m REMEMBER THE DAY AND DATE JACKSON THURSDAY JUNE 22 m DAY BROSiJ =COMPANY =Wholesale and Retail have the most complete stock of GENERAL l 1 MERCHANDISE T Ever brought to Jackson Consisting a I Hroj 1 91 t 0 dai i NOitIOIij t Jt i fJQi tsfr 18 7iit t a 1 1 11 c have the f nci line of shoes in Eastf 2 I i 11InOI1the lint f stein fi l For the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy THE LATEST DESIGNS INf MILLINERY I This Department is under the man agement of Miss Margaret Basket who can show you The Latest Style Hats direct from New York City Also FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS In all FreshfromIf you need any House Furnishings or FURNITUREWe are the people you are looking for eve have it by car loads to sijitf ps I tW every bodyI Come and see us our lYI I II IIINIINNIIIIIIII II IIIII II IIIIIIIIt11I111fglt111111111111mini 11111111111 iiiiimimiiii I Prices Ire All Riqht r I11lIdIIIIIIIHIINHIIIIIIItlllliilFrIIINIINIINI IIIIIIIIIIINl1111111111111t11111111tHIININ11th DAY BROS ir- I COMPANY Jackson KentucMtJ J 1 O j I o rl F the Breathilt News IMihllNlicd very Friday 0- f f f r L Local and Personal t d llWmll anti hoys collars at Os fi S r Kelly hash Is in Louisville on i n business trip is Miss Xcjrilda Pope of tVoxcn was hero Tuesday cllleU Shlrt4 and Arrow Hrnni at Osborns GIIflow about those 76c shirts Jones is svlliiiK for 25c 1 Stop with Hurt pros at Heed hotel when in Lexington For satecheap New Look Stove S If PATUIOK Unnt fail to rend Jones ution the lirst pane of this issue Just Irelive1a New Line of Stationary JAPKSOX Dituo Co rL Cl Shackelfordof Oakdale was here on business Wednesday Master IIurschel Mach is visiting ls cousin latch Hurst on Frozen Try a quart of Lexington Ice Cream For sole by Jackson Drug Company W 1C Kilbourn of Line Fork vas horn on business the first of j the week r See Young Williams for Vuinl and Wall Piper We will save 1 yout money ih II IIOwn made a business tripto Upper Quicksand the first of the week IHrJ A Taulbee attended the funeral of Andy Wilson on Hell lover Monday sterlingris visiting his daughter Clarence llndden 3TV Go tn1 M Cshorns for Shoes iFaim ils Underwear Neckwear und 1 iMirnishihgs Miss Florewelu rchof Stan ton eating U JaV to sjKml a few f wlks wl ends here Jr Y6iing 4Williums contractors t of Painting und Paper Hanging t 4 Bet us llgiire on your worl We use otfrICVeam Soda 4t J JAI KNIN Ditiru Co j French Terry of Cope llranch and John harkof Jetts Creek were calhrs at TUB NKWS outer a ulrluy When you want to get a lit in a ilrt uptodate tailor made suit t that Osborn serer ailslMiss Fannie Tiptoe of Mt Sterling has been visiting Mrs Ollie Iladden at Klkutnwn for the past two witiks Miss Margaret Davies of George town Iume up last week anil will he the guest of Mrs FW Fletcher during the summer Mrs J It McLin and children left the first of the week for Hose Hill Va to visit her father JI C T Richmond Now is the time to wear low cut shoes I have the latest styles and lowest prices J M bsnoiiv Henry Evans with II K Evans Lumber Co was sent to the hos kpital at Lexington for treatment and it is reported that he has ty phoid fever Miss Eliza Spencer who tins 1 been in a hospital at Lexington for several weeks was brought s home by her mother Wednesday She i i not much unproved in health onjdlifJ friends anti relatives in Cynthiana nail also to attend the Federation of Woinens Clubs to be held there this week Parish Hack and J H Davidson r have entered into a partnership as contractors and builders They are now engaged in erecting IIj house for II II Gibson on the Heights A lamp exploded in D G Hob insons butcher shop Wednesday t night after ho had locked up and set tketo the building but was ext tinguished before any damage of r consequence was done I r 4h g 1- V I Mrs AWho has hoer I sick fern few days is improving Do you know thin reason why you have to pay 12fi tax for every dollar Hint you should pay Miss Dora Kate Hales of Fro IIH1 is Visiting Miss Addie Lyon nt Ilex homo on Arlington avenue M Regular sorvicek lit the Presby terian church next Sunday mor ing and night by Hev W W Powell tho pastor + 4 When ybiito tflltiv shoes you want a varlttydf sjyles mid anal ity to select froth s Well you can find both at Osboriis Lund and personal property in this county hnVe been raised 25 per cent this year making every Ux payer that owes 1 according to his assessment pay 125 Prank Foxv fireman on the Swann Day Liiinher Company narrow gauge rond leading from Whittlcton to Chimney Top neai Torrent was thrown from the en line rah Tuesday and iristantlt cilled ihe train cutting him in twain otthof the new Christian hurch on College avenue is pressing nicely Kev Dodge tillI pastor writes to THK NKWS thlltI he is now devoting all his time to raising money to complete the building Ho also requests us to announce that he will preneIat the court house next Sunday morn ing at M oclock I Mr Martin T Kellof Pills burg Pa has located here for the purposeof entering into the prac ties of law and has rented oflices in the Crawford building He is i graduate of time law department of the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor Mich He was formerly manager of the West Virginia Abstract Title tanll is now Migaged in abstracting for time Continental Healtv Co Alex and Jim Ilargis awl H F Krench were brought here last Saturday by WoodsonT McCord herilF of Clark county and Mr tokely his deputy delivered into the custody U of Hreclc Combs as Justice of the Peace for this pre suet They are charged with time murder of J It Marcgm huUhey have not mind any examining trial yet as far as we have heard Presbyterian Picnic The Presbyterian church and Sunday school will hold their nn nuiHpicn5o this year at Natural Bridge on Tuesday lime 20 Spe cial rails have been secured for persons under 12 years of age for 50 rents and 1 for nil over that age for the round trip It will bean nld tint busker dinner picnic Everybody take a basket All Presbyterians and their friends and the public generally are invited to go Tickets on sale nt A P Crawford X Co tad at Day Bros Co Questions Wilt he Sent The following letter from J II Fuqua Sr Superintendent of Public Instruction explains itself FKAXKFOHT Kv limp 3 05 Mit HKSHV B NOIUK Dear Sir Answering yours of the 2nd inst I will say that we will give you plenty of time to get up your census reports We know that you have been placed under embarrassing circumstances The questions will be sent you for the June examinations You may notify your teachers to this effect VerytrulyJAS FUQUA Sn Supt Pub Inst Circuit Court Several civil suits have been dis pose of since our Inst report and several important orders made among them the estate oF W Puckott und Carl Day fdintr set tlement of administrator and or dering a sale of the lands of Curl propertyHofof the receiver On Tuesday the mandamus pro ceedings of Henry H Noble vs Jim Hargis was taken up and the CourtI after hearing proof ordered t Ilargis to take Nobles bond as county Superintendent The jury was discharged Wed nesday morning and the Court adjourned finally Wednesday afternoon While time Court was handicap ped a great deal by a failure of some of the officers to execute prOto cess great deal qf important business has been taansactedI 1 IliltE111N KILLED lIAIIII Poor Wounded in a Fight Sunday Nenra Wolfe County Tiger A fight occured near Lee City on Jast Sunday morning in which shoot sixteen men were engaged three were killed and four wound jet The dead ore Andy Wilsoif nbn domen and died Henry Freeman who was pierced by thirteen balls but lived until nino oclock Sunday night liar Ian Dykes who was shot once and died Slonday lames Dykes was mortally wounded being shot once in tho breast and once in the thigh fohn Allen and Lee Allen were wounded but not seriously The trouble clime up near a blind tiger conducted by Grant Heed It appears that he land pre pared a picnic a banjo picking contest mind other amusements to I raw a crowd to tits tiger Mr Wilson the Aliens and the Dykes belong to prominent fami lies and it is feared that there will bo thorn bloodshed Squire Klias Shockey tins issued warrants for mill time parties engaged ill time difli Ill ItIInd Sheriff Frank Stamper ft in the vicinity making arrests and it is hoped that law and order will prevail and time guilty be pun ished It seems strange that in the good county of Wolfe such tragedies could occur Blind tigers andR disrespect for the law generally get up troll ble in any community however good it may have been MARIIAIRS- Marriage licenses have been is sued to the following since our lust issueHenry Caudill of Torrent and Mrs Lydia Centers of Rlkatnwa Clay Johnson of Jetts Creek and Miss Ruth Short of Wharf John Denton of Smith Branch and Miss Dovie Stamper W M Hlevens and Miss Ger trude Harris bout of Tnulbce Miles Miller land Miss Fannie Miller both of Nob- leEERfE1 u r 5JLE HltKATIIIlT OlItCUIT CrtUihV Floyd Day Adnir Plaintiu of Carl Day DecU vs NOTION or SAM W It Day etc Defendant Notice is hereby given that pur suant to an order of sale entered by the Hreathitt Circuit Court on June ltd 1105 in the consolidated action pending therein under the above style including time action of Pillion vs Day and lied wine vs Day I M C Clark Receiver of sail court will proceed to sell the personal property hereinafter described on the premises in Breath itt County Ky to the highest bidder o- nMonday Tune 26th 1DOS at about 1 oclock pm onI a credit of three months the pair chasers to give bond with approved security payable to M C Clark Receiver and bearing interest from the day of sale until paid TIll property herein ordered to be sold is situated on the lands formerly owned by Nathan BIDay N B Day Co and Curl Day on the waters of the Kentucky River and Frozen Creel in Breathitt County Ky and same is described fpllows Merchandise in store at Mouth of Frozen Creek About 18000 railroad ties Incited on the line of the 0 K railroad from Mouth of Frozen Creek to Trent and on tram roads leading to said railroad Saw mill at Mouth of Frozen Creole Stave and grist mill at Days Siding above Mouth of Frozen Creel Aboflt ftOOOO oak staves at mill on Days Siding About 200000 feet of sawed lumber at saw mill on Mill Branch About 175000 feet of lumber and sawed timbers situated at Trent Siding on O K railroad and along tram road leading thereto 62 sheep on home tarot 15 head of cattle on home farm 2 mules on home farm e cows on homo farm 2 mares on home farm About 250000 face value in promissory notes About 2000000 face value in open nccounleceinblo About 2000 bushels of corn All the oak poplar ushuml cucumber timber on the Cockrill fork of the Cope fork of Frozen Creek and all its tributaries Proposed purchaser must be prepared tacomply promptly with the terms of this sale- M C CLARK Receiver of Breathitt Circuit Court CIJOii t I ik SBOOK IIOUSK ROOK IIOITOM LOlv trnced Cash Store still continues niul Till until further r notice continue to offer each and every one bargains in anything they may purchase hf him L What every 1 olson is hunting is a place where can buy first qunl ity goods at pices lower than the 4 lowest yourfmoneys worth call O- nJRBLAKEr0 AN EXPERIENCED SHOWflAN- The1 many years devoted exclu sively to the show business by Mr Van Amburjj placed him at the very head of shore managers of this country Havingjaccu mulnted a fortune in thshbw business while yet a young man ha saw it swept front him in the great Chicago lire With the assistance of friends who knew his ability aYul integrity he had his show on the road again the next season larger and Iwtler than ever and today has the best tented show traveling Many remember in years past visiting the Great Van Amburg Show and that they always had the satisfaction of knowing that they got the worth of their money After years of successful show business it is his aim in life to sustain his wellearn ell reputation by giving the public an amusement of which he is just ly proud This show will give two performances in JAX KSON on Thursday JUNK 22 0neat 2 oclock in tin aflernpW antlwhe other at 8 oclock in the evening The free outdoor exhibitions giv en at the show immediately after tho grand free street parade are worth going miles td see- S t J Young with W K Itay less Co Wholesale Fruit and Vegetables Give me your orders 5J1EIFF13y PLE execution Number 1720 issued from the Clerks ollice of the Breathitt Circuit Court in favor of M E Trimble etc against Peggy Sizemore Wayne Sizemore Sun Sizemore George Raleigh James np ton Alex urner Henry Moore Abijah Moore Hugh Riley und Fletcher Denton for 5940 also Execution No 38181 that issued from the Clerks office of the Court of Ap penIs in favor of M K Trimble fie against Peggie Wayne Sam and Hurve Sizemore George Hal eigh James Deaton Alex Till ner Henry Moore Abijah Moore Hugh Riley and Fletcher Denton for SM03 JOt one of my Depu ties will o- nMonday June 26th 1905 at the front door of the court house in Jackson 1ex pose to public sale tb the highest and best bidder undn a credit of six months the following describ ed parcel of or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said executions- A certain tract of land located on tho Lick Fork of the right hand fork of Wolfe Creel in Breathitt County Ky Beginning at a large beech tree standing near the Deer Lich on said Lick Fork thence N 45 W 20 poles to a stake S 45 E 80 poles to n stake thence S 87 W 89 poles to a stake S 48 E 80 poles to n small black gum on the Fork S 19 W 42 poles to a orkedchest nut oak to a stake S 07 E 56 poles to n stake N1fO poles to a stake 855 W 80 poles to the beginning containing about 45i acics by survey adjoining the lands of the South heirs requiredtoits to have the force tint effect of a replevin bond Levied upon as the property of Fletcher Deaton Amount to be plate by this sale is 12243 Given under my hand this 8th day of June 1905 En OAILAHAX SrB C By T H HUDSON D SWiT i No 7751 Hopoit of the condition of the Nat louil Hank of Remit 1 tulle at Ienltyville Ky in the State oft Klntnclnt the close of busi ness May 29 1905- HG5OCICI Loans and Discounts Srs Overdrafts secured IItunsecured 1T S Bonds to circulation f250 00 Iremimnson ionds 292 97 C2SO Banking h fnrni ture and ATnres 00 Due frjT National Banks vnot reserve agents 18 00 Due from approvedre serve agents l135HS Checks ami other cash items w 71 IB Notes of other National Banks 1150 001 Fractional paper cur 4tl rency nickels and cents C3 00 Lawful money reserve in bank viz Specie t 05fgn l Agal tettder notes ftOQXK 418180 I potnlUIHIITIKS Capital stock paid in25000 00 Surplus fund 390 00 Undivided profits lass ertnejises and taxes MII1 Individual deposits sub 391TimTotal UC953 tit State of Kentucky County of Lee ss- 1opeI rcA IIII illS Cashier of the abovenamed bank do solemnly swear that tho above statement is true to the best of my knowledge IIllIlllIlilf tour McAmsis Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 3d tiny of Junes 1905 THOS PIIYSK Notary Public Correct Attest T B BIAKKV G S MrDoVAin- K C CART Directors No 7751- TltKASUHV DKlAKTMKNT- OFFICK or COMITHOIIKU OF THK CUUUKNCV WASHINGTON D C May 19th 1905 WHKUKAS By satisfactory evi dence presented to the undersign ed it has been made to appear that TIlE NATIONAL RANK OF BEATTYVILLE in the town of Beattyville in the County of Lee and State of Ken tucky has complied with nil the provisions of the Statutes of the United States required to be com pliedwith before an association be authorized to commence the busiuessof banking NOW TllKKEFOItK I TIlOS P Kane Deputy und Acting Comp troller of the Currency do hereby certify that TUB NATIONAL BANK OF BKATTVTIIOK in the town of Beattyville in the County of Lee and State of Kentucky is author ized to continence the business of Banking as provided in Section Fiftyone Hundred and Sixtynine of the Revised Statutes of the United States- Conversion of Time Beattyville Bank IN TKSTIMOXV WHEUKOF wit ness my hand and Seal of ISRAtj office this Nineteenth day of May 1905 T P RANK De utyand Acting Comptroller of theCurrency 3441 1 foc IC5x A P IiftJ1U1fOI1D WDES DRoPHY A F C tjj- Jii J cook ffiefore 4- r Sou Purchase Saj did you know we had the 1 IEST ClflE OFCOODs InTOUfl You can spendmoney anywhere but when it cornea down r to now upto Jate right priced giltedged tiamtea please the 4 customer and pleasure to soli of merchandise we lave it SHOEE3 j All made to tit well and wear well nobby and dressy Rnela cheap aa others sell old shopworn stuff hIS not possible for any dealer in the country to offer better goods at the Saute price Ask any lady in town where to buy your Dress Goods and Notions The verdict is unanimous Truly your friends RA Pi CRAWFORD GO L 4 B factson JFcntucty c cc 4 J Ladles Pale Shoes I w No Cut of Vamps in Courtneys Shoes lOU SALE BY A P Crawford Co uv tr fE2S525 SZrr5r 52S252S252525ES saC52S JR M SHELY W H LITTLE l SHELy N LITTLE I- m u MAXUFACTUIlKllS AXD DKAIKItS IX MARBLE AND GRA- NITEMonumentsI 1 4 and Tombstones Satisfaction guaranteed Call or write for prices and save money by buying from na SiJi YEARS EXPERIENCE r- n JACKSON BREATHITT COUNTY KENTUCKY ls22S S252552S25252S2525 a252525252S21 S UPTONOW PrintinfiTIIR faces of typo to its job de partment and is prepared to do printing of every description the way it should be done such as LETTER IIEADS- ENVELOPES BILL HEADS STATEMENTS SHIPPING TAGS TIE RECEIPTS MINUTES CARDS LABELS CIRCULARS INVITATIONS PROGRAMS ETC A neat job and a fair price always guaranteed Try us if you want to be pleased Work Dote WI ij promised W H Henderson Ayres Street Opp Pon Oflbe LEXINGTON KY DKAIKH IN Grain Seeds Feed HlRlIe1 Oats and Corn Clover Millet Kentucky ulue Gnui Orchard Qroii HungirUn Hay Straw d Mill Feed ISPECrALONEVAY ITOTilE West Northwest and California VIA Southern RnilTnyi September 15th to October Slat inclusive FROM LEXINGTON 3640 3790 3900 4040 To Helena Butte Ana conch Missoula and many oilierlnterniedlalu points To 9pukanelvahingtoli- end tansy other Inter IIIldi ie pluimit T Sun Kranclicn Snore n crU Los A IIglelSan DiHBn and all nolnii In Onlifoinln Alen to Phcu 1 ulx and 1recott Arl zinr and liitermrdlaie palm To IoriUnd Oregon T auto lyuhli inn Seat c lie V sliiiiKliinY aucuu vwr B O Vletorln B 0 hull nanny other paints In ViuliliiKion OreKoii mid Hrltlih COT lunibln Tin Siiiiliem Railway offer Ihe wj iNyt nid most cuovenlent clied ulen fnxn Ie lnni and Loitlivlllt io poinia West Noriluveit and In Cull roinla 1 wo train flatly from Lexington to St Lout nlilioiit the Inconvenient of aphnnR of earn V illii1e day coaches and FREE UECIININC OIIAIlt OARS on all trains Vrtie for Information T W CREWS T P A Lexington Ky 0 H HUNGERFOBD D P AiLouisville Ky hOC 1 + o 44t S fBEN By OLDEN IRVING DACHELLER N CwvrloU Oee ly LoOuvp PvJMiMng i Company What kind of a look In man la heT Tip Taylor asked Great big broad shouldered feller said Ab Six feet tall If hes an Inch lIed a kind of A deerskin Jacket on when I seen 1m nn breeches an mocca sins made o some kind o hltleI rccol lee one day I was over on the rldgo two mile er more from the Stlllwater r goln south I seen Im lUlu a drink at the spring there In the burnt timber Cenlilive panther vlayln twant a panther twas pesky nigh It I can tell ye The critter s w me fust and drew up Is buck Then the own got up quicker n a flash S ton a he sews me Jeemlmey dldut they morel Nev or see no human critter run ns he did A big tree bed tell Cross a lot o brush right u his path Ill bo got dammed If n twant higher n my head Hut he cleared It Jest ns easy as a grasshopper a d go over a straw Id like f know where he comes from gal duuimed If 1 MouIdut Hes the consanidcst queer estantmul u these woods AU emphasized this lucid view of the night man by an animated movement of hU list that held the big bunting knife with which ho whittled Thus he emptied his pipe Bull began cutting wont tobacco Some sllysaa a ghost said Tip Taylor splitting hlj sentence with a yawn as he lay on a buffalo robe lu the ahanty Shucks an shoestrings said Ab He looks too natral Dont believe no ghost ever wore wlijskermau lung hairlike hlsu Thet dont hol f reason A This remark was followed by dead elleneea TJtseemed to lock both cour age nod Information with which to pro long tIlNargntent Gerald hAd lung been asleep4 and we were all worn out with traveling t jcSapd the lack of rest CncleEb went + uout to lopkrafter the horses that were tethered near us Ab rose looked up tlfrough the flee tops ventured u guess 2about the weather and strode off intoi- e11CiUarknJ t i huntingfflfct lbt Jes Geralds cough hud uot Iw at all It was If anything a r 1 worse than It had been anti the Jfjflvorry of that had clouded our holiday We were uot in high spirit when finally we decided to break camp the next afternoon Tip had everything ready for our journey home Each day Gerald had j grown paler and thinner As weI wrapped him In n shawl awl teuderl ayLelptl him Into the wagon I trod his nh2q tees WdUWSO much nt that kind of thing lu outturn cilumat we knew what It meant Our fun was over We sat In silence speeding down r the long bills ih the fading tight of theI afternoon Those few solemn hours In which TJieard only the wagons rumble uud the sweet callrf of the whlppoorwlll waves of music on a sea of silence started me In a vfcj of thought which chae led me high anti low these lunnrIyears and still Invites me The ttayI was near Its end when we got to the first big clearing From the top of a high hill we could fee above the tar forest the red rim of the setting suny big with winding from the skein of day that was now flying off the tree tops lit the west We stopped to feel the horses and to t tako a blto of jerked venison wrapped T ourselves warmer for It was now dusk rantl chilly and went on again The road went mostly downhill going out 1ofthe woods and we could make good time It was near midnight when we 43 drove In at our gate There wee a r light In the silting room amid Uncle Kb snit I went In with Gerald at once Elizabeth Brower knelt af the feet of Lee sou unbuttoned his coat and took off his muffler Then she put her arms about his neck while neither spoke nor n uttered any sound lioth mother and son felt and understood and were si lent The ancient law of God that rends asunder and makes havoc of our plans bore heavy on them In that mo wurr inured Uncle Kb began to pump rig orously at the cistern while David i fussed with the tire We were all quaking Inwardly but neither betray ed a sign of It It U a way the Purl itan has of suffering Ills emotions i are like the deep undercurrents of tLeIsea- n CHAPTER XIItoX October following the events of the last chapter Gerald died of consumption buvlnt borne a llnuerlii Illiiestt with great fortitude I who had come there u houifksa orphan In a basket and who with the God given eloquence of clilld J i utheirwith me as well wuanow the only sun MUberu4 ut the time they took us In I have4 0tory bhereIt WitS a gloomy Hummir for All of us The Industry and patience with mindtroust Itbroyitjht to Iner young fill n teljder BObenuss Avonmiiboodt11 Huh Eh tieriIIIto1nnhour and yazlnt thoughtfully III his face occasionally asking a question or telling a quaint anecdote And then came the end The sky was cold and gray In the late 1 autumn and the leaven were drifted deep In the edge of tho woodlands when Hope und I weut away to school to Bether at Hlllftboroujcli Uncle Kb drove ua to our boitrdlng place III town Wheu we bade him goodby and saw him driving away alone In the wagon we hardly dared look at each other for giDavidJ at the house of one Solomon Bollln 1 unlrarmUy kaogn 4t Qaaky gaUlaJ i U CALIFORNIADo you want to live where the climate is mild the year round where labor is never oppressed by stress of weather and where animal vitality is never lost by mere conflict with cold Do you want to live in a region where the resources are more varied than in any other equal area in the world where the division of great ranches affords a fine opportunity to get a small farm that will assure you a competence- Do you want to live where with a minimum of labor you can h grow profitable crops of grapes and small fruit oranges lemons olives prunes and almonds alfalfa and grain where crops are sure business is good and capital easily finds profitable investment Then go to California where both health and opportunity await your coming The Chicago Union Pacific and NorthWestern Line is the most direct route to the Pacific there are two fast through trains daily via this line overthe famous double track railway between Chicago and tne Missouri River Special low roundtrip rates are in effect via this line throughout the summer to various Pacific Const points and colonist low rate oneway tickets will be on sale during September and October which give an unusual chance for settlers to make the trip at a minimum of expense Daily and personally conducted excursions are operated through to San Francisco Los Angeles and Portland without change on which a double berth In a Pullman tourist sleeping car from Chicago costs only 700 via the Chicago N Western Union Pacific and soutMiss Paciflc Railways FILL IN JH IS COUPON AND MAIL IT TODAY NWlta = == = That was one of the first things I learn ed at the Academy It seemed that many years ago he had taken his girl to a dance and offcrwl herein lieu of supper rookie lint he had thoughtful heycows You know Hollluw ancient lilstqm LrdUat you t the young man asked who JIalive volumes 1 mean the history of Sol Hollln the man you are boarding With sold he Bmlllng nt ue4 nnd theif he told the story of the cookie The principal of the Illll borou U academy was 5t big brawny bachelor of Scotch desoent with n stern toes and cold gray glaring eyes When he stood towering above us on his plot forum in the inntn room of the building where I sat there was nu alertness In his ilKure and n look of respoiiHlblllty In lily taco that reminded me of the pictures of Xiipoleon at Waterloo He always carried n stout ruler that had blistered a shank of every mischievous buy hi school AH he stood by the Hue that came marching In to prayers every morning he wotdd frequently pull out u boy administer n loud whack or two shake him Violently noel force him Into a sent The day I began my studies at the academy I saw Line put two dents In the wall with the hurls of a young maim who had failed lu his algebra To a bashful tend sensitive youth Just out of country home the sight of such via lence was appalling My first talk with him however renewed my courage He Imd heard I was n goal scholar and talked with me In u friendly way about my plans lioth Hope timid I were wader him In algebra uuil Latin I well remember my tlrst error In his class I Lad misconstrued a Latin sentence He looked nt uie a smile noel a sneer crowding each other for possession of his face In a loud jeering tone he cried Mlrablle dlctu 1 looked at him In doubt of his meuii Mlrablle dlctu ha shouted his trilling the rI corrected my error Perfect ho cried again Puer pul chrel Next lie never went further than that with me lu the way of correction My size and uiy nklll us U wrestler that shortly Insured for me the respect of the boys helped uie to win the esteem of the 1 learned my lessons und kept ut of mischief Hut others of equal proficiency were not so fortunate He apt to be hard on a light man who be handled without overexertlon Uncle Eh came In to see me one tiny sat cwhlle with me lu my sent blle he was there the master took a oy by the collar and almost literally the blackboard with him There was n great clutter of heels for a mo ment Uncle Eh went away shortly nnd was at Sol ItollluA when I came to JIll nerPowertullllltll alut Lei said UncleI Rather I said Turned that boy Into n reglar horse dle he remarked Must ave unsotJ reason Unnecessary I said TipTaylor hedhadSol Hollln was one of my studies that winter He was n carpenter by trade tellghlrulwhistled as he read he whistled right merrily as he walked up aid down the streets n short slight llgure with a rowel boyish taco and a fringe of Iron hair under his chit The little gtltt1wJWI1IUWL A 1 nn- iy tIS KERN leatbc a NW ay chtago UJ Plessevilhre to my ddrear Cdtfornta booklet maps and full panllllan I fwe rain rod trsia emirs nil I ir t u = =x = = tierpinched him small and narrow as i foot Is stunted by a tlgh i ihoe Ills mind was a bit out of reg later aa we say In the printing bust j ness Ills vocabulary was rich and j vivid tumid stimulating I Somebody broke Into the arsenic to liar he announced one evening at thrf cupper table i Wha3uixtTiyUllp1ace nipr they lops the powder he answered Oh the arsenal Yes the arsenal he sail cackling I wltli laughter at his error Then he grew serious Stole all the ambition out of It he addedYou menu ammunition dont you Solomon his wife Inquired Certainly said he Wasnt that what I said When he had said n timing that met his own approval Sol Itollln would cackle most cheerfully and then crack a knuckle by twisting a linger Ills laughs was mostly out of register also It hind n sad lack of relevancy He laughed on principle rather than provo cation Some sort of secret comedy of which the world knew nothing was imaging In his nilud It Deemed to have Its exits amid Its entrances Its vil lain Its clown and Its miser who got nil time applause While working his joy was uncou nted Many n time I have sat aud watched Idles In his little shop Its win r T lie iilptd the blackboard with htm dow dim with cobwebs Sometime he would slop whistling and cackle heard ly as he worked his plane or drew hU pencil to the square I have even seen him drop his tools and give hU uudl Tided attention to laughter He tlillI nut like to be Interrupted lie loved Ida own company the peat while he wns doln biiKlness I went one day when he was Hinging the two linen and their quaint chorus which was all he ever sang In my hearing Mr Itollln I said Yes Hlrce saldihe pausing In the midst of his chorus to look up at mo Where cart I get a piece of yellow lilnei d See n a minute he said Then he continued hU sawing and his song Says I Dan Bkluuer I think yes mighty menu What d ye wont It fer he asked stopping abruptly Going to make a ruler Ianswered T sea me up the river with a seven dollar team he went on pick Ing out a piece of smooth planed lum her nnd handing it to we How much U It worth I Inquired He whistled a moment as he sur veyed It carefully pout a cent be answered serf oWl Vi r r j TO BE CONTINUED 1a11YretI Wiis tr to Im press upon his scholars nilud that To lumbus discovered America In Hr so lie said Now John to iiinLeyou iv member the lute when Columbus dis covered America l will make It lu n rhyme oj u wont target It In U92 Columbus sailed the ocean blur Now can you remember that John Yes sir replied Johu The next morning whcntic valueto school Ida teacher said JY7mii when mild Columbus dl cover America In 1491 Columbus ealleslstlme dark blur mIu Vomit n Cure rill Dyspoiislu- Mr A LtniWsj iif Fort William Ontario Canada wln his suffered jiitte A number nf year frnin lifpsift and great palm In the lonuch wa dvtted by her tlruJgln In tike Cham berliln Slomacli amid Liver Tibleii She did M endsays M fluid tint they hue done inn a great drat of PIKM 1 have never hind my mitTerlng ttilr 1 begin using them U frnnbled will djpep i or indiKfition wlif nut tike iheip Tablets get well amid fay well Fur nil by Jnnkniu Drue Co rho llrtort CultlHir lie aiiBrllyI actually believe yo would marry the first fool that nk you She calwiyJust ask me marry you and prove the fallacy o your belief Mean First Fair One How dreadful It It io have a skeleton In lime family Sec and Fair OnlI know dear Have you ever tried exercise n y Hprainid Ankle Still Nitlc amid T unio Slinullei- Theie ire the three coinmon nil nientM for which Chamberlni Palo Halm U epfcimly valuable If promptly applied It will save jou time money and sulTerlug when troubled wllh any of these alliunnM Kor tale bj Jackson Drug Co- neaattr of Gulf ncglnner Uut f cant play golf well enough to get any enjoyment out of It Enthusiast Yes but that Is where the game Is so successful The poorer you play It the wore exercise you get Life lurlt1ui lll11tII1 Fur seven years 00 rites Ceo W llnirnnii of Harper Wkih I had a bitter butlla whim chronlu stomach and liver trouble hut at last I won and Mired my dlxeases by the 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Stanton 8 28 430 ClayOliy HJ- 17LEJnnetlon 439 limit L09 Winchester 9i 3- Ar 520 Lexington 1010 1x 115 I Hast Bound I Na r N8 I et Jelly Nuadq eII PM AM Lv Lexington 223 745 Whichever 310 825 I A E Junction 3s22 S37- Olay City 359 IIIJ Stanton 4 M IJNatural HriJxtf VU5 96 Torrent 449 1009 Hrattyvllle Jun 611 hl9 OA K June 8IV5- A 112e r Jackson 610 1130 Trains Nut 3end 4 dally other train + dally except Sunday Not 2 mid 4 nuke chore connection at 1k K Juttclliin fir point on Ohlu A Kentucky Itydaily XIIIt Sunday Nits I snit 3 diluted Hi fto E June din nulls ChMpAiik A Ohio tur Ml Sterling Atui local poiiitr- Trtlns NVa 3 A 4 connect at Heatty vllltt Junction wllh i4 A fur Brsttv situ ilnlly t cll SniiiUy J It ltAlel IIll Mgr tilt VS SCOT I O IA Louisville Atlantic Ry SHifilulc III effect April I8lh 100ft I VFf mill W I I A u I 11 IV Jackson tf6 2 1- 5jv Reittyvlle liuicllon 10 SO 3 80 Ar UUJI11 3 5 Lv Bedttyvllld 10 CO 6 CO p L IT Irvine 12 25 C 85 ArltlelnnnndY 1d 735 A M Lv 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mime a nniliiiiiiiiN city and ttjtmust nrzt iiliieynfnejeHr base ut the North Cnriillim Itailniml hy the Siiiilhfin will rail fur iunr tracks In = stead nf tulle Ho indvrd It will and thl remind ut of the agreeable tateineiit inuitlrureOfIbelit ml + will lonliirni b Cn grad Iimg on the diitilile liufk liriwmi inOeuslura- uud Illfli Ioliu It I ii n rnnlliiiiltiK Wtltl how the Hniiilieni Hallway con liivfi D hntidli so many Irafni pitaenger atd frelvhl nn a ilnale track M thultlelIhranie of CiingrNinlntliiti in the alort and olcwrlicmliHl train dii atiherN Jhu rimiihciii I t a great yiein lilt inott sheaths dfOYlulel et of the Gnuhand- It haH nut undertaken III Uiiiililfir U lug policy Ion early Think of time rul uwrnlytheenerver timeSOUIIIEIIN8 HHARDV10K ramengerTmtdc Manager W II TAYL11 leneral Ha engar Agent- WillllKUTOS D 0 r Here We Are The Celebrated HANAN HOETho Boot on Earth PRICE SOO PR I C E n For Sole By DAY BROS0GJaeI5oQ Ieltlloly i si61IoOFPMRAWFORD Vloe Preitdmit ROBl 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