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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, July 14, 1905. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1905 bre1905071401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Breathitt County news: n. Friday, July 14, 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. 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daughter Miss I n l of McQiiihn vtilioun wife of Housseau5 Ver h itl 1IIIIII IthBmnch 1IaiIIbJ If I Utiqi4if1II nnl1 fuil tlliingit FJoritia titf pit tirecf year returned jwekand wwl a riti take up their rtgulcTice in te county The July of IfeliJTfoj fr1JIItis hut also in Uie infringe meriWif jf n notajny in pIlIlSIIIlol1 it 1ms Itched n lhne II which nluccgjt easily in thq forefront of the best ma ni xlftes of the country Dissolution f iVHiHishln Jfolice Is hcreby teiveh thalitie ltttr1ihildl nlttrc xistiltke 1 tJ1 tiner as 1 1i oCrmJllutuid consent if I wnlw tn onlillllQ thtO blliI11 111 IurJ1l th liahHif M Jt O t H Cjl Vi t ff D IJ 4l- l iv CINCINNAt MARriRTS CINCINNATI duly 12 Cattle Market prices downward choice butrhcrVI IM VJ lJ all VI 1 25 to 1 bft common to fait Sit25 towt5 heifers jrood to l1 IUtcd to i Co common tot fni 0 1 7COWs common k1 r ii1 d 1 oxen 2f lo 1 iI 1t 1 0 C lTeiivommon and larjre 1 00 to O QdifClI to light 5 75 to 0 SO 1Iols Prices steady OOOtUO cholcipackers SIS oM IIoIItf thoictfl 11 filL SO 1 UJtht shipIHr8 tjivrij lkl lIdg nml t fto oice 1 10 to1 1 1J to fur 2 7ftto11 r 6 Si t 1 JAiJ m9h rJi tIt JIJ f90f i 6l i lilk1 fwlk thl ji 1 t lJr IltHI U iWhctl In need of fMowerV I Nper ilayHake Sickle Grinder flKuHrty repaiis for above IInmtdI Inncliinos pall on or wtit Fl nnerj Son at Beattyville 1f lIIttlh rtlelo tlitn yon IJnil It nerditiary lo life XlfB ute DeWllts WltqU Hazel falve It1M tlie purent and beet for Sores Horns Polls Kczcinn Hlliul ItleedlnKi IichlriR or PrutruiliniiTlleii jet lIlt HcnuiiiH JMViltf VVlUll llezelSnlve Solil by MSOraliK TolnrKlliott Howard and Henry HOlll shell both of the Quicksand Iwighhol1lociclwere hmo Monday I ho Wolfe county teachers in etitute is in session at llazul Jr ii T with irpf William H Ii J IIljrU t fO 0 I Qliliod the t i ltii lit to quit lllial iacs 1fJi tT rtVeported as closed iTtUlgQO hrlhnlldtll dpwi a decision hut Friday taking juris diction in the Caleb Powera R lla ordered Towers ionveywl to at Newport whirh was UonoSirj laat Three Good anil Just Hennoiis There art three reasons why mothers prefer One Minute CoiiRh Cure First Ills absolutely harmless Second It tnitef Ritoil clillilrfn love It Third U cure1I OoiiKh Oroup and Whooping Cough v nan oilier remedied fall Sold by MS Grain A 114 d 1 aHH t B 1lnliIUl fll lii ilg from a sferiou wrI1r cifctl b tlic explosion n MrCager Noble received H gcr ious stab in the back at the hum of Thomas Hughes July 2nd lie mll rccoHr Thetcliool fivcr isover in this section N W Miller nnu John II tombs were employed to leach in District No 21 A William Noble and Asbtirv JIilslJIIIIHIcllch of hem a- HlUe tiOli IIRJtiltjic l rthc jitin fSpecial sale in Clothing at C ICclmans JHOl nlI OlI Uncle John T Williams is on thifSiclc list K Campbell mul wjfe and Isojn lrrrtHntl wife nil of Stjcv were visitors at thii lucJ3aturday rLlionws Williams the little son ifHa WillilTil in a critical nvxhil wlli t recover Q + I S rjel Ilolliday went out 1110 jjefcso last week antiPrH lIe hluln ItllI O- MlIIS5t ropt She hl11110 ko It t rVx III vl pry it open to- W i olT 1lll 1horaHrou SIreONlItje camp 1ho11 COlli L 1n rf itVout 20 JiiU IiMSsyjiF tlr- ulr iwC I peojle iiere rtraJrojiinjr fpio a ixiad in the nearnturp Jhe voferof tiiis our majjisteral district to mmiinato candidates for jiistipe and constable Sam Campbell of Dwarf was elected for justice and Joseph Stacy the presonkcpnslable WitS elected to T6hi ft Stetsons S l Hats now 2 B Hl C Kelmnns f ifIIVIHSOM t Crawford of Athtl is lAiyitiiioino fat hojrs in this lo iJ We think ho will have ip t IIIw tlicm if he maims ow tripSto UoonevllleT William jSauders of Uooneville ill painting lhbi roi orty of 1 C ltose Mr Sanders has had much Experience in Uii lAjsiness and makes things shine wherever he IKOCS On last Friday morning Wesley Cornelison of Hock lfill Lee county was badly burned by the explosion of a steam mitt boiler He was slightly burned by the same boiler last Christmas nUll this was the llrst time he had helped to run the milt since that tiine Iso hope for his recovery On Ittsl nlUl II1 enit1 JHar v Uice thliqinibHeftWi uO for Shoriff teltftfftKolI1IHI tnlI tJf I rrtltt th ttoiit M aI fh lJeWfjthihgit1i n hen- r ij k clt uot- hx otnclian Creek Any S3 hat for Sl05fnl C Kel l IIRt mHAI J i gmil JIem1t1 i itc hcr uncle Alex Herald Saturday1 to Miss Dora Littla is visitiiiff h aunt Mrs Sallie Belcher of Cana Creclr Miss Lillian Callahati of Crock ettlyille is vili5tinKMrs iLtilia Moore i T IeHarlan GriflUh bf Turkey Creek visited his fatherinlaw Sunday 1 Miss Mollie Maloney of Oak dale visited Miss EmilyHerald Friday J C llose of Boonevijle visit tile fltanio B H IIerald last or 4 1 D loore wifejtrtdjSonvGrecn of Jackson WCI J Terry lust week i WillioC llilSbf JuclCfis very low with fever and ji hot cxpectcd to liye Mrs W D Cundiff und little sons Brock nnd lUchnrd were the guests of her brothers family from Saturday ondn Dont fail to read ro1cs nilon the first page of this issue Good for Stomiieh Trouble nnd Constipntloir- Olminlcrlan Stomach and Liver Tablets have done me a great deal of good lays 0 Towns of Hat Portage Ontario Canada Uelngit mild phy sic tile after effects nra not unpleas ant and lean recommend them to all who suffer from stomach disorder For sale by Jackjon Drug Oo V Mb 1 I r A Painless Cure of Curaiile Painp Never resign yourself to suffer pain Womens pains are curable They are the sign of dangerous conditions of the female organs which should be promptly attended to ordangerous results will follow f TAKE TO WOMANS RELIEF l ieSwver she sdffpm any of womans biting and weakening pains Jt not only compMs K pains to stop but HolIows up and drives out tha causa of the palnli which prevents them from coming back i It makes you ijell Try It Sold everywhere In j 00 bottles t WRITE US A IXMERWITIIOUT ATAIN j porbentroubles We will send free aJyice althouKh before tafengCARDyi In plAIn sealed envelope h wto doctors had doneme nog0Q4 1 cure then Address Ladies Advisory truthfully say I was cured by tanIOpt The Ctiattanooga edlclne Co I want every suffering 1tJy to CruttanoogafTenrj tWs wonderful medldne I tllItlf Jimn y K Combs was atJackson Thursday o biisTnoss Born to JJoger Tumor atubciCof ii bJ lhic Olr j i teorgo G1il ilhnht Oscar Combs visited the family of Miles Terry Sunday V There wjl be preaching at Jells Creek the fourth Sunday Everybody cordiidly invited Will the voters of Wharf have to go ten miles to voldfc Wlfo is going to free county from her bondage 1 Ptf- A Joe Moore nnd Avife illio Cal lahan and Hichard Herald visited Mrs Moores sister Mi Hobert nose in Owsleycountr ntl1rdu and Sunday Sickening HIilviirlnFlpi ut Ilttle nnil M lnrin end lit rell 11111 l currd with K I yllr J f11 JiiIII ti n Mfrif Tliiith nipiihfTnp w e pPcf lCiH Hlin ntnlnrlN oijUexerts n true HIlIlhY illlhr lf dr n tlti I hlJ It InlhI nul n i IIHlC h tn h Ird rl 11sifllm hllI 1111 IIUI1l tC IllIulnlSi E H AlulInslIf IVx vriipi My brniher w vtry low kTltltnialnrial feypronl tni dck Ii III he tonk Kholrid UlU rlhlhIlls life Al The Jackson Drtig OoJ prioe pO pilnrfcnttrtl LOST urKic ii f There will bo cluirch at tllIl mouth ofjost Creek Saturday and Sunday Ifi nnd 1C by He vs Stephen Carpenter and It B Initj opr1jplcnclum j N i ra inn 10 hur Qhmlnr nlni Cull Ofmlorn nml Dinrrhoea ItII1 llrTiI pcilnlntfi lie neulwf sooner he later nnd when tlint Unie comeI yon will iieetl r f ll MTTnll HIIlron DrpR Cok J f JmA1 IYYIIU Xi I f l filie leachura instituto is in e jwjjpFohnCiunpton aro here oh business A lajgoand well attondinl tlnnco was given at the Ninawebb Mon day night AQ9t 4Jtl0 isro ported Circuit Court still in session third vcek Hooker ChUdors lined SoO for shooting out tlie eyes of rohnuthan S mplo Trico Ohri9tt pr shoot purkewtut vnewlionJ 111 of 111110 l1tI ho kt1hN- t9k jjlaca in JJrertthitt county imd w ie trAiisfffrjKltb tld grolllIlJ jurn nottrinl file by dofonlnU The irivil business of tlio Court ht1dicappednncconllt cases m itt 1 Grrntly In I6iliaiil Nothing In more Mi demand than n medicine which metis modern require ments for a blood nnd system cleanser such as Dr KInRa Now Life Pills They lire junt whitt you need to cure Btomach and fiver tooublen Try them Av Jabkipn brug 001011 guaranteed 10 W f 1 f Si I lv low Round Trip RntcS to Cull fornin t I dlIr rllJ Jmm1S 1B IMUB tO BO TllH OIrI81PinnrUl leeptnj cmvUljloi E toOnlij fornl1 H Thou h ftiiiirUt dleepiiiRj nlItlrliiMitf ChlcnRn MilivniUee A St Pniil Union IliLilln nnil Siailu rp In t cillo Line K A Miller 01 1215 Itnihtny KxolmiiRe 0 tijti i AI J I t j y f1r 4r mi K I ti l R = = = ISllullcd Her Ih NHW time hud hcPbtinniy with Sh hud Suit I uafd anil sure hial for cuts and sores 3S at in J was on Wednesday 8 his Qfr were wJnesday A Is in ns In Inch of Ciinsuniplion or lint or the tin rdv Is G Ind My hml the and Rllve her up she took Dr New Con and her and tulip y he is well and It kills the dh eates dote Guaranteeed by Tha On free If you are for bargains sue C PA fc SUAG INS 1 i lto = ff If T J1 + jj elf a 4 t BS1t J I o Y Jo J rlj F to r HIJURE j 0 hr fl J f t J 1 ff J1ffi ieST tTy g 1 r i t lLrq t l fl1Ji t J r Ticlu localise second hantl IS J11na d npfodato I Jiayellfed the nsv CselIJ p e f ll l iinicjdl1 e lH JHuH1J stl+ il sfOy i ft thpi Pnrlei s t reatIiitt and jtfynijitlhig counties inspect Furniture IV DQt IT Til AY u ELO f JONES Proprietor JoKes Furniture Storeil 4liPf L J h i I LD = IA4 h y f J Y 1 Ffs lEAilS so A iill I WiAI I- Ji WEy 4rrt CLC MffiEl7 l TH1 it ior Bnra ll1 lcl Su1t1 1tS ECotl01UY to Z qiJ oj Sl1 lds Slut g es t1sfactH n i I ioXt- I 1 SUitS are to rfectioll r i St1JttlS11 vlth bes lt o Protect n t ie 4 JforlO 1 I i4L if 1 if i t 1 JfI IN rWA ITKV T S t IJIo n Pit F lUsHUty nniel or s iViirk olnlll pnllei skin trouble wrlie I ttheiini or Eczenm for years b U nothing nnr U until IliicklenV Arnica Salve qlick r burns Jack Drug Uompuny AtA Combs of CJlay business nm08 Hi1ck Ind SOli fflfmon Stevenson hero Iratredy dully enacted lliiius ndnof hnmeB Dealli nlniins one another vifllm Ineumonin when coughs colds are pioperly treatrd averted K lluntley of Ojildnwlon wrllid wife cunsiiinpllun I three doctors Finnlly KliiR Discovery for iiimpllops coughs colds which cured strong IIIIS or ull Onu relieves atWJfaiid flCO Jackton Drug Trial bottle looking call and Ivelman 1 y 7q I = 7 f 1t r v 1 o 1 O U1Y Ok iT t Jj Jlt to it iV it n ne- c t thl t9 r1 ho J11 1n sur to caJl and my B J D 3 I I 1t1 hi lds P I 1 j1A SO would Hole Jiere Grim I t r 0 PRICES OF KYTET39pKSAOOPTIEO tf The American Hook Company offer the following named books aUtho prices opposite this series adopted for the use of the Ischools iiithis county P sSiyi J lletail Exchange tr Pllco Plce- II10 IOt1 H1n I ronounCIl1 ulll 11 tr i o 10 = 06 McGulfeys Elnctnc Primer 10 05 Me Gu Keys Now First Header 12- McGuireys Now Second Header V2Q- McGnlleys 10 New Third Header 0 Jfi7- McGuHeys 1 New Fourth Header v5- McGulVeys 17 New Fifth Header fS 22- I 06l1rHays Modern Intellectual Arithmetic v t 10 HIIs Modern 101In entllj Arithmetic 25ti 12 I 00ItNatural Primary Geography j of v 0 20 Natural CompliteGpogiaphy e w 40ac Longs New Language Exercises Part 1 12 I ongs New Language Exercises Part II 17 OS Longs New Language Lessons Part III 25 12 IInrvi v3 Now 1jinirnnirn Lessons pii 25 12 tIlIn1 Ii Now l1IJlIsh Grnmlllltl fOlSeh 1 to 20 ln w11 Smiths WlitinJt in EnJtlish i5 3 New Cenlur Elcmenlnr Ph silog 1n 55 q2 N cw cn I cr 1clh o hjSOlOg jl O PfIcctlc I rlmlU Ihst01 of U S r 0 bclectlo J 118 tor or U S 0 4 1i10 3S 1 If lnCnlun11tor 0fl cn tuc f 6 t 12 Petermnn s C111 Jovernmen t 5 rhno Lansing b Jones CiviGoverniliiiniJri US Rational Writing Books 54c Ja1 n orjfc e cK The rollJwing liati b en esignRteitt POsitorjes for the sale ltn oxchule of jchOQ oKe A ck Sam Callahan Canoe Tn F t r lih yh lJfoalhlll wows = t =c =J WISH ItAdlNS RUitor t pSlrilnys Jiily 7 1105 MASTK- RCommissioners r Side HUKATIIITT CiliCXJtTCoUUT mod Day Admr uitilr of Curl Play Deod- VS XOT1CB OK lAM V It Day etc Defend an Notice is hereby given that pu suant to an order of sale entered by the Brenthitt Circuit Court on June 3 1505 in the consolidate action pending therein under the above style including the actio of Patton vsi Day and Redwin vs Day I 7 W Cardwcll Ma tcr Commissioner of said court will proceed to sell the land here itmfter described nt tho Court 1 louse door in Jnekson Brcntliil County KejitpckVi to the higher bidder o- nMonday July 24 1905 nt about 1 oclock p m on n credit of six nnd twelve months the purchnser to give bond with approved security+ pnynblo to C M Clark Receiver and benrin interest from the day of sale until paidSaid lands thus to be sold hr situated on tho waters of Ken lucky River and Frozen Creek in Breathitt County Kentuqky nn 1k described ns follows nnm tintopolufl IISnioiilh yionpeuii Hi hill with tho Yancleavo Ifncr v 1 Jtl i E 1190 foot to a spotted oak on tOil of ridge hetweon Little Frozen ami Boone Fork thenco with ridge N 4530 W 405 feet to a maple thenco N 7 W 248 feet to a stake N 25 W 300 feet to a stake N 8130 W 297 to a black oak K 53 W 373 ft to a stake N 43 AV 149 ft to Ih top of n largo knob N 3 E 105 feet I to a stake N CS W 445 feet to n stake N 4945 W 413 feet to n stake N 030 13 223 feet to a stake N 30 E 1S5 feet to a black locust N 11 IV 530 foot to a stake N 18 I 122 feet to a stake X 28 E 292 fee to a stake N 0130 W 2C4 feet to n dogwood In Rap at head of Itallai branch of little Frozen creek N Gl W 350 teot to n stake two chcstnu- pappllnKS1 on a point N 75 AY 41D feet to a largo ihcstniit oak and cor- nert to AV J Hurst X 2230 W 17 feet to a stakes N 415 AA 302 fee v ton stake N 8030 AV 780 feet to a vitaUo between Mud Lick and Upper Branch N 58 W 352 feet to a stake- S 70 AV 478 feet to a hickory S 43 I AV SOoPfcct to a stake S 3430 A- rstfffffjkto a stake S 10 E 270 feeJo to a stake S 211 E 445 feet to a small black oak S 1030 E 405 feo to a stake S 37 E 182 feet to a hlnol gum on tho end of n point near the road Frozen S 7 FJ 221 UtLittlefeet IliBiie crossing Froz en Creek S 2030 tl 342 feet to a stako S 2 AV 135 feet to a stake S 2430 AV 182 feet o a stake S 21i 115 fat to a stake S 30 W 1S1 4 feet to two sourwoods S 7S30 V 292 foot to a black oak S 22305 V 171 foot to a stake S 1830 W 41- IJettOyastako 8 72 W 20C feet to 1apine on a knob S 2415 AV 191 feet to a stake S 7 E 508 foot to n chestnut oal Trues Corner same course conllnl1ed In alitS 22 E 24C foot to a stales S 27 feet lo a white oak N 89 E 251 feet to n stakeJmaple on p ilnt S 2830 E 10 feet to a stake S 39 E GC1 feet to a hickory S 10 AV590 feet ti 1small and corner to AVmDayi head of Drift Uranch and Lit Creek S 40 E 355 feel to a stake N C8 E 400 feet to n stake N 3145 E 215 root to a white oak between Troft Branch and Doogor Ilranch of Llttlo Frozen N C530 E 251 feet to a stake and black gumj N 1030 E 223 feet to a stake S 88 E 482 feet to a stake N 5030 E 1C5 feet to a white oak ara stake S G930 E 317 feet to a stake S 77E 231 foot to a small hickory S 20 E 322 feet to a stako S G230 E 125 ft to two small black Oaks S 8030 E 150 feet to a chest nut S 3530 E 120 feet to a stake oakofy down the hill N 8036 E 810 feet to r tasycamore tree standing where Lit I y Frozen empties Into Boone Fork TJ said stump is N 59 WaSIi poles cutTFrozen Creek thence up Llttlo Froz en X 3545 AV 132 feet to a stake Nli AV 95 feet to a stake N 3030 198Ihundred and eighty acres- SecondDeghtning at a stake at the mouth of Frozen Crook thence updraindrain S 32 W CIO feet to end of point S 4d30 AV 150 feet to a wator birch on hank of river thonco N 39- y3tW feet to the beginning con talnTSg 37 acres thiltdBoglllning nt a largo avatar oak standing at tho mouth of FrozonCreok thence up said creek with tlTe line of J T Day or W M- Dapgte home tract N 3430 E 390 footto a stake N 3915 E 402 feet to a slake N 43 E 528 reel to a stake N 51 E 274 feet to a stake X 8845 E 809 feet to a stake N 5015 E 338 feet to a stake N 70 E 702 feet to a stake N 1C E 191 feet to a stako N 17 W 447 foot to a otako and cross mark on a point of a rock below railroad thence up tho hill crossing railroad X49 W 135 feet to a stake on poIntTbetween Frozen Creels Blackburn Branch iience up center of said point N 2F AV 182 feet to a black oak N 35 AV 2G4 feet to a sourwood N 17 AV 250 a feet to a post oak N 12 W 303 feet to a siako N 915 feet to two small black walnuts N 2930 W 207 feet to a chestnut N 5130 AV 238 feet to a white oak N 3230 W 230 feet i o a stake N 3G JUJ l4 Jet to a I SCr IIe cIioMinit oak N SS wr ftfj feet to a stake N 0080 W kID foot to n black oak on knob S 8 8 AV 594 relit toastake SCtiV tOG feet to n take S 15 no 5V US feet to n stako S 3030 AV fiO foot to a nmal chestnut S 8S30 AV 200 feet to n Stake S 0745 feet to u Htiike 75to 5 175 fort to a black oak an corner to Nathnn Polfry thence S 48 v 208 foot to a stake S 5915 W S XL AVM2 feet to n stake S 11Hi fuutlfo a stake 8 215 AV 255 foot to 1 xtke S 650 AV 429 feet to a HtakW S 20 AV 1S2 feet to a stake Ufi foot to a stake S 2420 AV H8 W Sl fwi lo a stake opposite fork VVliite Oak Ori oJi thonco down the lull N 7030 AV X41 feut to ustnke In county road ut forks of Whit Oak hence with road S 27 AV 182 feet to a W 280 feet to a stake S 24i0I15 202 feet to D tako S 21 1Se22 feet to n stake 3 3030 AV 173 feet to a stake S 9 W 283 feet to a stake B 1 E 311 feet to a stake S 11 AV 250 feet 10 a stake S 1C E 105 feet to a stake S 2930 E lie feet to stake S 43 E 70 feet to mulberry at new schoi house S 3C30 AV ICO feet to an apple tree S 1 E 222 feet to stake S 9 AV 420 feet to stake S 130 feet to stako S 140 AV 13C teel to stake S 30 AV 149 feet to gate S S E 280 feet to stake S 430 E S90 feet tu 4t1tlke S SG45 E 980 feet to stake S 8230 E 1000 fee to a stake N 73SO E 30C reel to 0 stnko N 57iE 552 root to n stake N 55 E 502 feet to n stake X 834 E 418 feet to stake X 77 E 100 reet to the beginning containing sigh hundred and fortysix and throe fourth acre- sFollfthDplnnlng at a large beech cm the left bank of the uorj fork of the Kentucky Itlver Just oj- iposlto l tho moulh of Frozen Creek theice running down the riven NIi- W 11 G foot to a stake S 83 W CII feet To stake S 5345 AV 321 teat to a stake S 59 AV 10 15 reft to stnko S 7430 W 200 fret to stake S 78 AV 24 feet to stake S 8330 AV 231 feet to stake N 88 W 231 feet to n stake S 8030 W 323 feet to stake NESS W 780 feet to a Blake opposlt mouth of While Oak N 81 W 33- fcbt lo asslako X 78 W 250 feet to sakCrN8 W 402 foot to a stake v 82 W 2ofeet1ne arasffLIrk on rock at mouth or small lhrtup same N 80 AV 020 feet to stake S 3030 E 54 feet to a stake S 1130 AV 115 feet to stake S 153 IEl11 feet 10 sake S 38 E 105 fee to a stake S 2C3J B 172 feet to n Stake S 3730 E 140 foot to stake S 29 E 189 feot to a stake S 29 E 1S9 feet lo a stake 3 37fO E250 feet to stake S 284 13 157 feet to stake f3 13 E 100 fee to an ash S 29 E 99 feet ton chestnut S 12 E 2R feet to a hickory S 3730 E 2VS foot to a hickory S 5230 E 12 S feel to a black oak S RtO E 251 feet to a stake S 22 E 405 feet tna double chestnut oak N 07 E 270 fret to a stake S 49 1 IIG6 feet to a stake S 25 E 243 feo 10 a dogwood S C330 E3C3 foe to a black oak N 245 E laG feet 10 a black oak S 29310 E 149 feet to III nIle S 21 E 278 feet to stake S 45 E 259 feet to a black oak X Ijl E2B5 feet to a stake S 82 E 59 feet to a sourwood N 40 E 110 feet to a black oak N 5530 E 190 foci to slake S 5C45 E 245 foot to a hickory S 1430 E 413 feet to 11 hickory S 0315 E 170 feet to a white oak S 1030 AV 290 feet to a stake S 39 B 99 foot to a state S 47 E 207 cot to stake S 1130 E 155 fet to stake S 18 AV 350 rOt to stake S 27 AV 5C1 feet to stake 8 2115 feoj to stake S IS AV 350 fee to stake S 27 W 5Ci reel to stake- S 2115 E 33 foot to bush corner to K V Land Company thenco with same N 8430 E 387 feet to a stake N 7G30 E 307 rletiIJ stake S SO E 140 feet to stake E 150 feet to stake S 5515 E 103 feet to stake S 31 E 109 feet to a mulberry S SO E 93 feet to a maple S 2230 E 5L feet to a stako N 1530 E 495 feet to stake X 530 E 30G feet to stake X 830 E G77 feet to stake X44 E 400 feet to stage N 12 E 4C2 feel to Blnke XjlS E 515 feet to stake N 2111E 77 feet to a stake N 30 E 383 feet to astake N 19 E 390 feet to stake N 230 B 198 feet to stake X 1330 AV 314 feet tostako X 2715 AV 198 toot to slake N 35 AV 255 foot to slake X 09 W 420 feet to tho beginning containing 5 Iii 111 aCte- sFltlhDeglnnlng on the hank of tho North Fork of the Kcntuckj River at the mouth of Cedar Creek thenco up the point above the mouth of said creek S 72 E GOO feet to a white oak and dogwood thence up the spur S 1830 E 225 feet to a stake S 57 E 120 feet to a stake S 29 720 feet to a small hickory on n knob and corner to old Henry Ponces tract thence S IC E 231 reel to a stake S 1730 E 400 feet to a stake S 5151V 100 feet to a stake S 4015 E 2GO feet to a stake- S IS AV 248 feet to a stake sour wood pointer on knob S 8045 AV 150 feet to a stake In gap between Cedar and Holloy In Bud Sheffields cornfield thence S 4430 W 445 feel to black oak on top of knob S 930 W 281 feet to a stake S 2330 E 185 toot to a atako S 19 AV 314 feet to a stake black oak pointer In gall- S 39 AV Ilf feet to a black oak N 930 AV 24S feet to a chestnut oak- S 3130 AV 350 feet to a stake N JC30 AV 7G5 feet to a chestnut on knob bbtween Cedar and Holloy 1 ranch upper end of Chandler arm thence S 3 AV 427 feet to a hickory S 1930 AV 52 feet to a hickory S 19 E 135 feet to a hick iry between Cedar and Lower Fork trancli at Wolfo county line S 38 E 15 feet to a stake S 2130 E 490 eot to a stake N 33 AV 250 foet to a stake N 77 B 495 feet to a stake S 81 E 210 feet to a stake S G8 E 108 feet lo a stake S 4G E 190 feet to a stake S 43 E 413 foot to a take S 1430 E 125 feet to a stake 3 4730 E 280 feet to a stake S 8 E 135 feet to a slnko S 7015 W 479 cot to tho beginning containing 115 acre- sSlxlhJllglnnlnl at the mouth of thL Lower Ford Branch thence up tho North Fork of tho Kentucky liver N 31 E 705 feet to an pIn nd lynn N 3 AV 858 feet to a iRw ble dogwood S 30 W 545 feet to n pine S 71 AV 204 feet to tho Lower Iord Branch S lOB GCO feet to tho leglnnlng containing 10 acres- Eighth Beginning at a stake by Iorg Fork In public road a corner to Brack Young thence running up hili with said Youngs lino N 55 E 225 feet to a stake N 50 E 224 feet to stake N 43 E 172 feet to chest nut oak N 2730 E 250 feet to a tako N 5730 E 547 feet to client nllt oak N070 AV 322 feet to hic- kryJ G30 E lOG feet Id Ulckory pi to chcstmit oak E 19 feet to- white oak N 5130F CS3 feet to two hid orbs N 75 3D U 370 feet to whit oak N 2730 B 335 feet lo locust N 1130 AV 5tOfeet to ash X 323 E 518 feet to chestnut oak N 30 1 lidO foot to chnslnut NOW 65 rlet to stake N 1130 W 413 cot 10 chestnut oakpX 2530 AV 335 feut to stake 8 11M5 E 507 rOt to dies nut oak a corner ti land of Chant 1Wsugar to chestnut oak a corner to AVIHlai Hampton leaving Bunkk and nh said Hamptons line M 03 AV 233 fuot lo stake S 4230 AV 327 foot to stake X S8 AV 400 feet to hickorj N 61 AV 021 feet lo hickory S 52 W 1500 feet to hickory a curlier to Jerry Bowen thence with same S 1230 AV 155 feet to a locust S 20 AV 21C feet to a locust S 20 E 17e feet to a stake S 2 E G20 feet to n maple S 21 E 382 foot to n Btnkt S 31 AV 18C feet lo black oak S oJ W 277 feet to maple S 208 feet to slake S 5 E 205 feet to stake S 19 AV 380 feet to hush X 72 AV 440 feet to stake N 24 W ISO feet to stake N 41 AV 247 foot to chestnut N 8230 AV 700 feet to stake N 1430 AV 1Q5 feet to black oak N 7930 W 530 foot to chestnut oak a earlier to Joff Smith thence with a line of same S 3C W 730 feet to a locust n corner to Nigger Brand and with same S 24 E 412 feet to 1 chestnut oak S 830 AV 420 feet to i stake S 29 W 244 feet to a lilac oak Sl1 AV 234 feet to hickory S 230 AV 4CS feet to dogwood S 31 cttitto a black oak S 8945 E 570 feet to black oak X 78 E 112 feet to ches nut oak S 7745 E 305 foot to dot wood a corner to Brack Young hence with snme 8ti U 00 feet t- stakeN 70 E 3S5 feat to a slUnr tree X 5830 E 500 feet to astnk S E ICO font to stako N 47 B 60 foot to the beginning contatnln 540ii acre- sNinthBeginning nt a largo roclt on the left side of Frozen Creek a corner to Win Smiths thence rut ring up said creek with lines of MId 3jnlth X 1730 AV 195 feet to stake N 0930 E 412 cot to n small poi tar X 7745 E 1098 feet to n stet lenvhnI9naltlwith said Volmi oiiN r WG9 fool to a stake X 22 h ICTTeeMo a pink N lOW 137 feet to a stake X 3GA 232 feet to a huckoyo N 15 W teat to a large hickory N 2315 wi 213 fet to u largo dogwood X 210 B 218 foot to n stake X 2345 W 112 feet to a slake N 2030 AV 128 feet to a largo chestnut oak N Iii F 450 feet tea black oak a corner to A B and AV E Stoops land ieav lag said Johnsons land and rnnnln with Stoops N l4r E 17S feet to a black oak N 0130 AV 310 foci to a slake X 17 E 410 foot lo n chest nut oak X 131 K 120 feet to n chestnut X3 2946 U 595 feat to n chestnut oak N 51 E 201 feet tp n chestnut X 2940 E 595 tent to tcheslnul oak N 51 E 204 feet to small hickory N 1530 E 20C feeItI to stake N 230 W 4C5 feet to l cost X 2730 AV ISO reel lo hickory N 1215 E 404 feet to an N- On a rock N 2345 E 240 feet to a chestnut oak a corner to Bracl Young thence leaving the laud ot said Stoops and running with tho line of said Young N 40 AV 226 rltlt- to a stake N 8115 W 100 feet to a bunch of chestnuts N 4S 15 wi 300 feet 1p a stako N 1315 AV 54i feat to a stnko N 230 E 140 fcc to dogwood a corner to Day Broth era land on Mork Fork thence leaving land of said Young and with land of Day Brothers N 7745 AV 3Cr feet to chestnut oak B 78 AV lit feet to n black oak N 89 1 45 W 670 feet to a black oak N 2715 W 28J feet to a chestnut oak N 1430 AA 380 feet to a black oak N 12 E lOt feet to a stake N 3330 E 245 feel to a chestnut oak N 5 E 131 Teet to a stake N 31 E 235 feet to dog wood N 230 E 4G8 feet to hickory N 31 E 231 feet to black oak N 29 B 244 feet to stake N 850 F 430 feet to chestnut oaks N 24 AA 412 feet to two hickories and a lo cust a corner to tho land otJeer Smith thence with time line of salt Smith X 85 W 220 feet to a chest nut S 5730 W 350 foot to a sugar In Gap S 5130 W 510 tout to lo just N 80 AV 214 feet to stako f 1116 AV 175 feet to locust S 70 W 310 feet to hickory N Cl W 400 root to rt locust S G2 AV 320 feel to hickory In n gap 8 CO AV 200 feet I o black oak N 83 AV 180 foot to white oak S 78 AV 135 foot to stake 43 AM 270 feot to chestnut oak f 5030 AV 380 feet to a locust a ornor to Dunns heirs thence lonv ng the land of Jeff Smith and run ilng with the Dunns heirs S GS30 W 3CO feet to a hickory N 8430 AV 95 foot to a hickory N 70 W 285 oot to a chestnut ci a corner to Vm Hurst thenco vlMi same S 1730 W 874 ret to a diKWOod S 1C AV 237 feet to hickory t j1 AV 150 fool to a chestnut oak S 10 W 195 foot to a choslnul oak S 52 E 16C feet to a sarvlce S 55 AV 3GO eel to a black oak S C330 B 440 cot to a hickory f 8 35 E 335 feel to n black wiifnut S 7 E 350 feet to a hickory 8 fiG AV 325 feetto ftwlilte oak S 80 AV 140 feet to a flliikeS 85 AV 220 feet to a hickory S luAV 210 feet to n hickory B 430 AV 440 Oct to chestnut oak S 50 AV 280 cot to chestnut oak S 35 W G92- reet to chestnut oak n corner to An tlrew VancIcHVo thenco with name S 2C E 210 foot to chentnul oak S- 7Q E 415 feet to a stake 830 B 9S feet to a stako 8 15 AV 1304 feet to a chestnut oak S 7 E 360 feet to chits oak S 7715 E hall feet to a Ickory 8 28 E 465 feet to a chestnut oak S 1830 W 618 foot to A take S 25 n 05 feet ton tIl1kS17 B SCO feet to a hickory a corner 10 Sewell heirs thence with Bairio X 73 E 840 feet to a chestnut 8 1730 1795 cot to a black oak S 1C B 120 feet lo a black oak S 7130 E l4G feat to n hickory S 55 E 330- reot toa chestnut oak S 57 E 132- reot to a black oak N 4530 B G1- irett to a chestnut oak N 7930 E 81 feot to a black oakS 0130 E 280 feet to a black oak S 14 E 930 reet to white oak S 83 E 82 fat ton stake N 74 B 475 feet to the bo Inning containing 12501 acres Tenth Beginning at n stake al- the forks of Morg Fork a corner to- W E Stoops land thence up right rork with n lino of samo N 5830 E 1109 feet to a hock X2S AV 101- reet to a black oak N 4 AV 130 reet- to a stake N 7 A 283 feet lo a chestnut N 2C30 AV 49G foot to a hick ory N 3030 AV 51 G feet to a hickory X 7830 AV 251 feet to a black oal N 11 W 209 feet toa black iki N 27 AV 503 feet to a chestnut oak a earner to the Morg Fork tr ctfc thence running wlih same 8 t f Y I 0 1- 1p i 5730 AV 617 tool to n stake B 2710i W2GO rot to n rlio tilit oak S 4330 AV 172 fHflt to a Kiako S ltI3tf AV 221 foot to a stnko 8 5fi W uti feet to n stake17 W 1120 feet to a slakq S 8 W CO rt to a S 6S30 W SOD foot to It sugarSIRktI S 70 W 3S2fooUo u S 50 feet to dogwood a corner to N- Iger Branch Ihcnco with snmo WI 230 W 140 feet to shakoS B 515 feet to stake S 1815 E 300 feet to a bunch of chestnuts S SI Ie E 100 fool lo a stake S 40 E 2 lG feet to a chestnut corner to Will Stoops thonco With snllio S 63E JG feel lo u rliostnut oak u corner to Caleb Flotchor tiivnco with saliiy N 17 B 045 feet lo u black oak N I B 486 feel to u stake S 8130 E us feet to a stake S 4330 E 415 teet ton stake S 4930 E 43Dfcet to tho beginning containing 165 acre- sltuventhleglnntng ntn sloko at the mouth of a small brunch 011 the left bank of the North Fork of he Kentucky HIrer a corner to Ihe land of the Lawson heirs thence running up a point with same S 78 W 71 ret to a stake S 35 W 290 fcet to u stake S 5530 AV132 teem to stako S 7215 W 223 feet to slake- S 75W 15 teal to stnko S SO W 70 feet to stake S 16 B 360 feet to WlllIllt8 1215 E 347 feet to 1 stake 8 945 U 306 feet to stake S 13 AV 221 feet to chcMtiul oat S 4930 E 310 feet foUl ck sat S 3S30 E 527 feat to Iwncluof small chestnuts S Hi K IGS fectflo hlack oak S 5215 E 9S = Jo slake N 5130 B 19S feet0 blnck oat N oillii u 87 fit TmniUi N 7241 E 89 feet to slttkc S tfO30 E 2011 feet to stake S 74 for 20S feet 0 hickory N 51 E i7 Coot to soak N 5180 13 183 net 10 stub N 1110 E 410 feet to hickory iv ioiuor to the Ira Tiiiithoo 1 ru I uitnt1+ rut nltJ divn the dram wUh a Ine of same X 3d AV 258 foot to a chins t nut N 13 W 2JS fool to a tllakC N 29 w 09 feel to nn flah W 160 tot to n staltet N Off hW U7 feet to a stake X 37r3 AV 250 teet to stake N 29 W 189 fceta bust 730 W iiu font Wi1ke A a8 AV 1C5 feet to stake AV 112 foot to a stakoK 1596 W 101 rlt to stake N 1130 fet to a stake N 330 AV 54 foot 1o nn Non a rock by river1thphIc down Iho river N 8215 to the ht ginning conminlnR 82 acres Twelfih Beginning nt n lar e rock in the lest side of Frozen Crelk urlltJCttULQln1l1 or Day Brother Nlgfior IIt fling up said Krozqritjfoekwifij iqN 1730 AV 195 cel to a N 6930 B 412 foot to a poplar N 7745 11 109S foot to n bush a co tier to Klbort JolipEon hence run nlng up crook with PIIIUO I lt0 I 340 feet to a stake S 2130 R lit foot to a stake S 2 AV CCS feet III stake S 1045 E 538 feet to a hush a corner to Jama Cope thence loa tug Johnson with a line ot Cope S 845 AV 82fo a bush S IS 30 W 370 feel ton small ash S 1030 W 685 feet to a chestnut oak corn to SoweJl Jielpst tlience leaving COllI and with tine of Soffoll X Ki16 W 380 foot to a dioatmil oAU N to- W 300 feet to a clumtnut oak N 2O E 237 feet to a susar tree N 224 B 223 fuel to a large while oak 230 AV 173 feet to a chestnut oak N 79 AV 102 feet to a bush N 8115 AV 138 root to a steno S 7130 WIG feet to n bush 8 7230 AV 12G feet tp a stakct X 7S15 AV 144 rltt to slake N 3t4j6 n 397 feet to n stake N 17 AV IoU feet to slake N 11 W 432 feet to limo beginning con lalulng i7 16 acres Thirteenth Beginnslg11or a stak lust below the g Fork 1 corner to I1racll Xougg thence running ui hill wIthaline ot YOllllg 7 130 AV 13n feet10ra stake S 21 W 485 to a black oak S 37 AV 4Ci feet to a chestnut oak a corner 10 John dlllum ticncc with saute S 1230 K 90S feet to a utafeoj 8 3 N 198 feet to a chestnut onk H UG1 B 370 feet to chestnut oak 8 153 E 243 feet to stake N 3130 E C90 feet lo stake N tCro B 945 fee lo stake N 1930 E 43U feot to a stake K 3330 AV 415 feet to tho bo Innlng containing 121 acres IourteenthBeglnnlng on an elm m tile honk of Frozen Crock ins below tho pll llh of Mill Ilranch thence down Hie road and wH a lln sf AVm Pay etC 8 11 R 290 fee io stako S 30 AV 121 feet to stake- S 1430 E 317 trot to stake S 53i W isj feot to stake S 2715 AV 2C feet to stoUs S 31 AV227 feet to poplar corner n AVm Day Jr thence up the hilt with said Day line N 7230 E 4C8 feet to a stak end chestnut pointer S 8930 B GOO root to stakoN OS30 B 218 fee 10 black oak anti hickory N 87 E 174 feat to stake N 08 E 137 fro 10 black otxk back of AVm Days loll thence with ridge N 22 B 121 set to stake N 515 AV 370 feet to iliiko N 015 B IG3 feet to two dog onls In gap N 230 W 1G5 feet to lack paktN1 1655 AV 208 foot to itakoX il IO E 171 feet to haskci iak N S815 E 175 foot to stake C 44 13 216 feet to stake N 60 E I1S cot to stake black oak pointer o 81 B 203 feet to stake N 06 E 19 I reel to black oak corner lo J T- On tract X 530 AV 116 foot to take N 2630 E 119 feet to stake N 1145 E 189 feet to slalIo 730 W 90 feet lo stake N 2231 I 3 172 foot to stake N 4430 K 382 cot to stuko 8 8045 B 405 feet ti tako N 7430 E 408 feet to slako N 1 E 452 foot to stake N 18 AV 172- reet to stake N 3830 AV 333 feel to small hickory N 35 B 281 feet to lako N 6230 E 297 feet to stake N 0930 B 350 feet to stake S 730 E 220 fort to stake N 70 K 147 feel to stake N b 7 B 204 feet- a stake N E445 E 344 feet to hick ry on knob between Milt Branch lall Branch and Turkey Branch and order to gwell heirs thence 315 1 3tm reetfQstnko N tG WJQriCee11 iot 189 feet to sour oodfX15 E 221 feet to Btalio N 45 AV lOG feet to stake X 830 W 125 feet to small black oak on Imob between Turkey and Mill Glory and corner to X s 132atrcetto a IImnlllllacl 307 feet to hickory S 84 AV 393- reot to small hickory corner to Archer Copo thVncu with Copols line S 5 B 445 fcotlo black gum S 10 W 83 feet i slake S 0 B 118 rect to hickory apwn lull S 35 1C I 1303 feet to a him c walnut stump nt Branch thepeo U9wn Branch S- 6841i AV 231 feet to ptako S 75 W- 68a feet to poplar sas AV 390 feet to stako S 66 AV 175 feet to stake S 4530 AV 107 feet to stake S- G730 AV 157 feet to stake S 49 AV 117 feet to slake S 4046 AV 200- reet to stake S 230 E 429 feet to- IIlako S 2745 AV 120 feet to stake B 5230 AV 158 feotta stake S 3030 W 84 foot tonok 8 15 AV 204 feet J to stakotJ 10 W 194 feol to KlnkoI R 13 W 1J font to ltako S 823 feet to n makers Uao AV 212 feet to stake S 1AVIS2 reet to a stake S 17 30 VS97 feet to stttko- S 08 y 201 fact a tqho a G1 5- 240f tostr1ka 1 W 3110 tlOt id slnkdt X 53 jB1 rout to tttnk- eS562I AV 1 25Ht to stake S 2t W ceutaloTSeventh Bebhltnug nt tho Cock rill Fork and m bush at the Ural tend In the North Fork of tlur Kci tacky Klver ubov War Shoal Branch thence running up a hill N CG E 380 feet to ft BluUe N 233U Ie CJ7 tot to u stakw on ridge S 62 It 858 feet lo a Chuulmit oak S ItW 14S feet to u stake S 115 AV 110 reel to n stake S Cs E 479 reel to a stake a corner to A C + Bawmo and X AA Cox thane with same N 7746 E 496 fret ton stake N G E 231 feet to a stake In gap N 72 K 297 fet to it stake S 45 E 600 fect to Btake S 47 B 148 feet to a stake S 1230 E 214 feet to a stake I 030 W 330 feet SHE 363 fe t to stake S 4430 B 313 feet to a stake at top of limo knob at head of Shack Brunch and Llttlo Van Howl and War Shoal thonco N 61 B 129 foot la stake N 57 E 495 feet to II stake N 7630 E 231 too to BlIke Iilruunty rout V 59 B 132 feet to Stake N 7315 B 217 foot to stake X80 E 2SO feel to stake X 411- Cl9S foot tpstaket 6fe0 B 231 ft to a N KB 16 TJ 475 rect tnlt hickory corner to KeniucK Uuiitbor C Veneer OofIn polnl bp teen Big and Lltllo lan thence X 230 B BRa fool to 11owlI N 4115 E 3S1 feet to 30I 13 231 fuel to stake N SO I 611 feet to stake S 8580 E 2M feet to stake N G B 55 feet to tl stake X 2530 13 IIS feet to stake N 180 AV 2S roe to stake N 13 h 414 foul to a strike N 31R AV IGI toot to a stake N 36 U 171 feet to a stake X 1230 B S4C feet to n stoke X 1815 B 610 feel to stake S SS W 8ff4 foot to pine on ridge be tweon Pan Bowl Brunch and Cock rills Fork nt head of AVar Shonl Branch thence N 8iio AV 2UO feel to stake N 4245 AV M foot to 11 stnkoj N 4530 AV 118 foot s stake N S1rl5 V 252 fret to ll 3315 AV831 feet lo a Indian Grave N iOKi 5 10 Blnt+ N 4tao 55 12 slnko 8 8330 V in Ti i S 0916 W 231 feet to S H WI16 fcl to stake S fmr W 28 O stake N 4150 AV 2il f 1 1 8ko N 7l1i V 195 rt to a akEN 4511 W170 fltot tolItnlo X 36 3f atukQf 8 i7lOv 1555 foot to4tm n i5fi- US trot ts9feet in ptnke corner tu AVldo Htnlllia land thence with same N 51 AV 116 foot to stake X IS So 5 273 feat to slake N 3030 AV 201 fret to Blako X 1930 AV 296 tecl to stake N 3830 AV 231 feet to a take N 43 AV 240 feet to stake N S3 W 200 feet to siak N 1IlI5 W 1X7 tart to stake N f16 AV19 feet to stake B G81 AV 19S fuCt 10 stake S 77 AV 64 r Get to stnki- X 1946 W 18S fiHit 10 stake N 4QJft AV 403 fiat lo stake N S3 W 231 trot to stake X 6730 AV 201 feet lo slake N SS46 W 040 rod to an X on a rock S 6 B 7 SO rltet io a walnut N SI W 34 IK teat to n busts S 44 W SflO feet to a Btnko 3 62 AV SOO foot to n stake S 17 W 175 feet to a stake S 36 AV 326 fee 10 a shako S 17 W 110 feet to n stake S J3 AV g5 fret tit shako S 15 W 210 feet to stake S 473i IV 160 feet to stake 8 S3Q W 10 root to stake S 22 SO AV 1 jf feet to take S 4 W 215 fret to stake S 1330 AV 176 foot to n birch 011 right hand fork of Kentucky Ulvcr hoiico running up same 8 7730 I 1300 fool to stake thence croadn river S 2216 AV 310 rot to stake S 2545 AV 145 feet to Rtako S 22lit- v MG foot to stako a aa AV oo real to Bluke H 4330 W 58 feet 10 shake 8 445 AV 70 root lo stake S 3216 E 2S8 feet to stake S 62E 228 foot to stake S 63tfu B It reel to slake S 5030 E 85feet to take S 2930 AV 163 foot to top o ridge N 7716 AV 1C3 cot lo slake N 8015 AV 179 fret to stakes S 3 7 W 305 foot to stake S 15 B 139 ret 10 stake 8 10 AV 316 foot to tuko 9 18ilO AV 38fcot to a chestnut ornor to John Smith thence with Ino oJT snare 8 39 13 iro fool to stake S 2515 B 107 feet to maplo am teechrS 4130 E 217 ftot to bind mk S 2S15 E 188 r tijtoa slako 8 CO E 165 feet to n stttko S 43 1 tat feet to a stake 8 12 Bt78 fee to stake S 115 AV 72 flat lo stake 150 AV 88 feet to slake S CO 55 90 feet to stall S 53 AV 68 feat to take 8 7530 AV 99 feet to stake 131 AV 132 tNt to water birch S 1430 E 1260 feet lo a stake S 71 E 1006 feet to a stake 8 84 B 18j eel to stake N 8930 E 253 rot to take N 80 B 150 feet to stake N 645 E 260 feet to stake N 2531 g 250feol to slako N 2915 B 201 rQtlon stake N 530 B 238 fee f Alskn N 57 E 780 feet lo the beginning containing on 2G acres BxcludliiR thorrfrnm tho follow InK boundary of land Beginning lit- two bushes tho beginning earner ol the Reynolds survey thence N 32 AV 100 poles to a Blnke 8 71 AV 52 ales to a stake N 52 AV 38 poles to a stake N 67 W 00 poles to stake 182 AV 32 tunics to stake N 88 AV 150 poles to lynn nod elm at thin lonlli of drain N 5 B 10 poles Ir taco N 19 B 10 poles to stake N 2 E 10 poles to stake N 47 Bit oles to stake N 10 E 14 poles to tape N 20 B 12 poles to a stake N 68 E 28 polos to a stake N 28 K 11 pOlls to bush on tho south 81 E- IIno of Patent thence 8 81 B 234 ales to stake In the N 9 5 V lino of blent thence S 9 E 284 poles to- thO beginning containing 382 acres- FIftcenthUCgloning nt a large- Imonnorth eldo of Kentucky Ulver a corhorXlo ilioland ot Hiram Law in filiencin wllh same across a hot timi N116 AV 390 feet to a Rt Io- I1trool of hill N 1730 AV 1000 feet to stako N 3 B 454 feet to small lack oak In a gap at head of Bur ms Branch thence down namo N 10 E 103 feet lo hush N 6030 AV 142 feet to stake N 4245 AV 153 reet to stake N 3130 AV 119 feet 10 stake N 3015 AV 266 feet to a- stJlJeo X30 E 82 foot to dogwoo- d545FN 132 feet to stale S 48 W 111 feet to white oak corner to George Shnckolfords and with his- IIno S 52 AV 122 cot lo South 4 i15 W 3C9 foot to stnle8 7Hi feet to chestnut oak on S 1830 AV 9SO feet lo pointI In gap S 2245 E385 feet to S 11 B 423 feet fo chestnut 7G E 727 feet to elm on north hank or Kentucky Hlver thenco up till ker S GRyE 385 feet to elm 8 75 E- J36 footed bunch of maples Ut Continued on Ptiiic 3 id r DAY BROS COM PANY Wholesale andReta I 1 =r 1 have themost complete stock of mA A 6 1 oENERA LlIIlItL a fI M IROH i irh i I 4Kr Ever brought to Jackson Oonsistirfg of I1 tj t- EoQ4tJ m3 N0lQIIt t z 5 tA 1 z so t elI Jf fIff f 1ti fwtI 1 1 j J 111 J4fr- Y Qt 6t 1- d rJ L II t r e So + 1v R r fr c1i114 the fines t k f lulu lisl ces i1i r- irtl5t r J i My cell JCentu c k3 onCj4 4 Ilirii shoos I the 115 est style JI J It For the Ladiesf we have the most FFashionable LotI v of Shoes money could buy THE LATEST DESIGNS IN 1 MILLINERY k r t jI- I This Departmentage ent of Miss Margaret Basket wSio I can sholvyou P The I Isqi i direct from New York JpInsrfI from the Eastern MalkelsJ Y If you need any Itou- seFURNITURij Furnishing f r JJ We are the people you are look Ingf we have it by car loads to sliJ every body Come and see us our h 111 1 tltltlIUllltllllIIIllU 1IIllIll 1111 11 111 III lltlJfl ItilIlI I Prices Are 111t1l111l1llllllllllllllllttlllllllllllllllfoJ eI J s 101 II 11111111 III minimum tltI DAY RO r I COMPANY t-r Jackson Kentuckyf- Y i Iw W Ye it M4rt a 5 I J V V The Breathi tt News Published Kvvry Irhlny L I J Local und Personal JtttM+t CalKon C Kolinnn before you buy How iibour those 75c v shiit lends is selling for Me v Stop with Hart Bros tit Heed hItclwhen in Lexington William Strong 3hills ben up pointed pobtinnstur at Athol fOWl n hnsiuIIPlcdn If lion wn 1L n I aulbee i f + lea IfHpjrto of Stevenson rare tiJiilJInr Weduus11V 4 f 1 t Ief or hsq 1c ilea tiII icrlF41e- I Iulltry Nofunglotrj fnuJ public school begn nt ay CroqkeKsvillo Monday with Miss Klizii Howling us teacher 1 MxHurton of Fro oarOrcok Wll hero on business MfJiulay 0 Mis Callferutt of Wolfo count ort visited the family of our townsman M C Hailey Tuesday and Wednesday Miss Li zio Copt left Wednos I diiv afternoon fort ft protnlrttl- tisit to It chnUton anti other hllll tIU points Miss Hebtccn I rl l tJ l of s 2 Mnrcellus ti VtsitingOlw Jpi jrawfordpind other riuntta and j t lOUIIlV I Igf1V J Dodjo dt the Chriv- I church will hold seryicos nl J nTHhodisl Sunday Ii 1Wll1nlJ atmtlt lnmhllxl uMUI11 It 4 4a Jr Pittot who h1+ npuWelhntr will frfat r u1lseclrtsttfitaltct a tlIt i1IIt9 x IltttjIOH Ina nJrTrenlinchl I The many friinW Judge S J Wi 11 LNitrick will bglad to learn frnilYr eJib on the street affhm r 41 M lsis II lydih hU8tnn Jk has n job n aw Ir rltHlCinilb n saw mill company at I UlIxlr 111111 nlIllIt s 11I nrR 1atre tyr tine II 1 llUts o 1 h J n Liule ot 111 S 1Innessc hilt formerly of tWJ Mn passed thrttlgli here TUe n for Wolfe county to nllumdt Ills bfiUiJe of his father wlwisfry ill j Irs dAPCrnwfordreturnad ftlil1teii removed from ncrnuso bsj Jt U sft fcon ntUiinvlllc i lima A S luinson and Mrs 1J L Huberts were the reeiienl I 01 last wIIo a CDnsignment o- fillil plwni from their father A i Short who had tiathered there from hits farm near Keren j Till St uhmcnt School nt Hind I unarm celebrated the lib of July by BlattIIt tv ty lixlr enjoyed t l1HS J elisorIIinns iitldsutl Ifttqrg IOIII t tt JJlhI ignuctAh t ltrtidn Cornelt foi Louisville to consul ft tl dlyRi0l1UL 2IriCglnett s Iigtls1iI1 Oil county u ttSillffYJ4iamr 2toutt I lcH tcl 1t IiI h is l nintofWenlflf x 4 Imp NOlnit1nrtvenlihsc wllnss lall IUltIi nIrtuJionorof Miss Ci ifrude Hedges t Amoyirllip guests j r = iJJIOrlelownfroir iibson Miriam and 4h011- t I r 0 jj tlwte1llnncy of Housseau ur I i evening and ve ffi1l l n hou60 for Frank Jilt Lincoln avenue Wed 4IIqiIa intends to enter into this contracting business I and woHld hiI to be given the op 1 pojtuniti toy slake estimates on any contMi Mtcd work here Brain Oentcra was tic illjtnll- t Ishot in the aria att11e reS of his brother TpJn ntpM Jst1 0 above town Uu ttlirthtyiIle dropped a pistil on tho floor dis f charging it tho hall hitting him j fc l in tho forearm breaking one oft 1 the bones Hbrn removed to his hone and is doing very well W D Hamilton of Lnin toii and Miss Jessie Thompson wove t married at tho brides residence Wednesday morning nt G oclock toe W J Dodge of the Chris- tiani church plltciating The bridal 4r party left on the morning train after tho ceremony for Lexington i After the preacher had made the bridal couple happy the grooms best man made time preacher happy by presenting him with a ten 1 J t 4 tt PLY lirLh JmI LII Holds and Coliutigniio Tell Sell sal focal Stories timeIexingtniNun Field and Uuck Cotton time tIll un interfiling story of an alleged attempt to get them to CottonJlInontr ESk rroht6d in Winchester Liar flhttlllllIIlIl UlhnlExamining trial of tltm two Hai StayColtonganesay he began by telling Cdtlon gano things Foltner hind dune against Cotlongnno and furious prejudiceettonThen Gtmngnneshss the parly snlll II methlllanti I tell you what is a fact Slf 000 would not bo anything for tlio man who would kill him When Colliniiiino did not show Ulfitiontholined the plan tin follows If anyone JMIOWII lo le Foltners orcrfV wero to commit the crime M pc ion would III opro attach to llem but ifn man Coltongnne who fitIHIIwllldtwo were alone and kill limn no suspicion could attach to enemies lint it would put n decided dis credit on Feltnern standing and posiIwas tvhonl null nut have killed for thft worhlIr ho could have avoided it but Jhat he hudbecn notlagreeleer jcjahed him tu thud to stout ill olLdjnnw i r 1 liftj rum ti that in case Cotton I rganorrfus 1 notes lhrcaton1t Ito let four ot Ul new iildiclments IWIlIl I hmtatin1take uivnti old one for retrial butIifluj nccbjitcd certain parlies WOUhlMl1 lillJho erupr miv lie no cliiiliied that bulge Benton af WinclfPklor was IIIH friend and ut his SolicHntioii Jjttd privately told t hI jury on the IillijCUlVltner trial to disbelieve ycrything Cottongano sjiid but that in traiio tIll latter would cojne bifStIvii ho would got Judge Hcntoil 110 niie the lmnmd give him some Irllllin Itefure a jury Cotton mine said Ho nnsl have t mouughtl me n foul nut to see xCotoiaJftuok mIddOtSrross piovtionod He and his vifo spent nn owning with the ae niKod person on the hitters invi tation A Card of Thanks Mr and Mrs William Dn of Frozen desire to express their gratitude and appreciation lhr the rolmmmof time Breath jt Bounty NOWH to their many the kind attention and sympathy shown thorn in their sad llrll111Illt Jood tus for IcauidS State Su erintendent Fuqua has lixedlho common schdolpei capita ror time liscalymr ending June ll00rat S32n n high record mark lh tho allowance to the teachers of th SIIC The highest titer- folQ bo declared was last v aVv ilieri jt o ntti1urilK- Imurriegts t r hhreiu hut fpllowjngtniarrjago licenses 1 I Il heloiNul l during time past veek JItLOllWilHam May of lvmmsolo and Mrs Nancy irillith of Canoe Klsherry Trusty anti Miss Olhona Joarl both of Jackson flit luith Hull Juncos Hanks of Frozen diet of consumption about two weeks ago aged 10 years lie leaves n wife and four children Mrs Mollie King daughter of James M Burton died at her homo near 1 rOXen June 20thof consumption She loaves a hus baud and one child A Deplorable Accident Luther Day oldest son of Mr and Mrs William Day of Frozen wns accidentally shot while on his way to n picnic near lobbies last Sunday Hq nmU inter Hales weroriding n buggy and hero pranking with pistols when the one in the hands of Hales was accidentally discharged the ball entering the abdomen of Day Mr Day was brought hero Unit even nail doctors summoned but Aey could do nothing but allay nfe suffering He died Monday ni ht about eleven oclock Ills remains veto taken home Tuesday and hurled nt till home burying ground near the mouth of Frozen Mr Day was a young man of much promise lord a good educa tion and was preparing to enter the practice of medicine having attended course of lectures nt Louisville tho post winter Ills untimely death is much to bo regretted 1 s 0 rill CCHHnl SLOKK The court flpolU tTirOtfgh its or mm tact weak anti tried to justify tttjU for rnf r tO 1l1t time n quest of tlto voters of fjfy John J5 Lewis precinct a jjpuvcnioiit lIMo to vote bewinee n t1 said the former IIlhlllll Ql ltOIl had sent tutu people of flfo Middle Fork to Ocorgfon Hnunjh to vote nod that Urniivillo Spieer had to go fifteen milua to void Tho tracts aro Unit tho people of Turner Crook mid Canoo Furl eigietia petition to be chituged to ieorgoa Branch jvhich was about a9 coiivuniont to ilmeuiat the mouth of Loiifrs Creek their place of votingat that time irnnrilloj ypicer did not belong to Terr j precinct Mitt to Croekettevil he and tie change did not require him to go oily further to vote which was only about six mile Xo order was male attaching allytart of time Torry predict to Joorgos Hriiuch Tnifl rhaticu was mnde on pclitionra Jnrgo ilajorityof time voters who diithe two j branches above named airtTtlwor dor so tnto3 nod was ot11y1n small proitct i The Crockeltivillo and Terry prccincU inclndd IWJlrlnil the balnucoof the Middle Furl and the voting places wore nt Tongs Creek nod Cow Branch which j jllacea were near the cantor of time respective precincts and tho voters tlieCuin wore Batirfied with them jest as wo left then Lilt the prep out administration without tho consent of tho voters and without their pKiliotjfcfhanixid tho Crock pttsvi Lonpn Creek tg I orka difltniico of IIhontixtiullJI to tIlt extreme lower end of t e predict mid also cliangtHl tho voting place of the Terry now John U Lewis pre 1311l1 front tho mouth of the Cow H noli to time mouth flf Canoe Fork nail lim a Tow font of the Cropkottevillo voting tined and in the oxtromo upper end of tho pro uinct rend nbout wren miles from its former voting place thus com polling nil time citizens of the hark to vote practically nt time same plnco A pulilion sign ivy h nearly nil the voters of Lim- oJuhti B precinct was pro aentud to tho court at the last plneubolUidR moti n mndo forthoehange which was ovorrulod the only rt eflii8 gion was the ono inured above mind tho duolnmtion that this was a Democratic tuiministrn tion Wo cannot find mysuch loilnitioti tt Domoomoy in the diationary nor do wo tliink thisI at well ns many other net of tlii ndiiiiiiiitriition will hoar the stamp of approval ofany Demo crat or rightminded oil iron Ao cording to his own argument he RepublicanismJf henn acceptable to Gnmvilio P pi cur we are unable to See why this llIlIishIa thirtymitilea by cmipolhingthemm to go lo the mojith of aloe Fork to vole Lucy arc entitjod to lit least two u lltl 111 obttlly three jilnceS tovvot04 Voulll tho soil l 1e mid pritll adniiniatnition wilts real ronsons for 0111 poll lifg our old grnyhnired lboIl8 to- go nearly liftoon milts to vote mho UnJlllhlican county committee will meet here tomorrow to elect n chairman to succeed Judge John jIillil hwho resigned to ac cept the nomination for member of time legislature Misses Emma and Nellie Turner attended the picnic hold at Tog College nt Ihlckltorn last Satur lay Miss Nellie is teaching the school near the mouth of Longs Creek and Miss Kimim on Turlcoy Crock They both hold first class cerlilicates v FOUND Julin W Demi hull H pale In Illy beet far bunt fivo yenrn and It Iliiiilly lif cnini miiifnt Unit ho rood out vnrl Htiilln ieotcueld tint wnlk nl tlmes fiViTril liyplniniis milted to euro him lint he toned n remedy it was Sniltl Kidney uiul nave Tunic Fur Bale by S II SlMhain k Son Jtioksun Ky Ono liotllu ot amltlis Iidnep hrtl NV rvo Tonic omtcl Alnrion HailorB r nl Imck It wns e n bpd tlmt hr hnnlilnt get up when he ant down iviihnfit Jielnji In numinous rock of miPiy fur nt Icnta one hour Sold liy S II Slidham ft Sun Jnckson Fries 1100 pKrlwittlo Ktj W H HendersonAy- res Street Opp rust OIHsp HEXINGTON KY DKALGK I- NGrain l Seecl f deedf Wheat Barley Oats anil Corn ntuakyBluetiny Straw Hill Feed rEASPOONS Solid Silver 1 A useful Wedding Present Wo have I tlImlrtt StJTH told upward IIPrsel 4 dozen No = extra eharge- I for J engmv ing initials I HEINTZ JJ HL1 n- Ii rldn St ore Ihucnlx hot- elLEINTONKY taster Commissioners Smile Continued from Page iJ mouth of drain S 0730 R 415 foot to tape S 0116 K 000 feet to be ginning 102 15 acres Of thin tract however there U only conveyed n ivoillfth Invldml Inter nt In wtnio liolnftlo t S 100 acre Sixteenth Deglnnlng nt n bench corner to olin Mlllor on the paRt hank of the Kentucky nivcr at month of branch thence up branch with line of Days Inml S 3916 H 87 poles to a tnht r S 41l 13 84R feet to a bfecli S U 12 100 feet to beech 18 21 H 80S feet to n booch nUll Ilog- wood S 11 H 555 feet to beech N IlnekIhickory N fc730 W UStcet to a mall blACk onk S S4iB W 1024101 to A unall while oak S S330 W 201 feet In n ninll white oak X 02 V 105 fwt to n Btftko N S446 W UO feet to a IIlaIW 389 15 AV 100 feet hi A c4ry S 77UO W a2Q pet to stake N1C1 K 105 feet to an npplo tree tlufnco down the hill N 17 15 K 28S toot to stake N 080 W 153 foot to a sycamore N 0115 E 136 foot to Btako North 1345 W 1311 foot to n tnko N 07 K 377 feat to tnnplc on bank of river N 004C R 340 foot to stnko X 70 K S94 foot lo beginning couinlnlni 45 arcs t Said tracts of land herein above described couUilnlni In time aggro gnto CO 19 3lOtt acres Sovontcenlh UCRlnnlnB at n large rock and beach tree near time road on the War Shoal Hronchat Obedlnh Roberta line thonco with his ilea to the top of tho rldgo between War Shonl Branch omit Frozen Crook thence up tho ridge and around tlio head of War Shoal Branch and down time ridge on limo othpr side to time place of beginning liuilndhiR nil limo laaids on War Shod Ilranch trout snit Roberts lino tip to lienil of Raid hrnnch contnlnlns 851 acres more or leMKlKhteenth Beginning at the mouth of Ketchnmft llranrh thence dour limo river to tho land of Jutla Smith thonco with her line to the Una of 1 M Thomas thence with unld line to tho bogfhnlng Proposed purchasers must be prepared to complv promptly with terms of this sale 1 W CAUDWKLL Master CommSSStphcr Hreathitt Circuit Court n IASlHU- C011l1Hissioncls Sale tf i S w liitKATiurr CinpyiT COPUT Fairbank fConstruc IluinUlT tied tt1s XfI01lOt SII PBWliilaUr1fec Bofendauls i i IJy virtue of rat 11 ud1ineutand or filer of silo of Limo Hrcathitt Cir Cour t initdo entmqd in the above L3lyJelcatise at 118111 uhur May terni 1105 for the sum of G7JJwith interest from tho Hlh day of Octoh tl1JU1 until paid and 1020 cos s expended subject to a credit of 115007 paid October JO Itioa I shall proceed to other for sale at time court house door ifl Jackson Hrealhitt Countyt Kentucky on Monday T uIr 2405 rlJuIIII County Court between the hours of 12 oclock in and 2 oclock p in tho following described real property lying and being in Hreathitt County Kentucky dn lower 1wIBmnch tributary of Quicksand Creek beginning on Mollie IIovnrdslino 6n Ihqjncnd orII point between upper and lower Twin Hranch tnenco up with the top of the ridge between said branches to tlm top of the knob between the headof the 10welJinHrnnchnnll south fork of QuicJsnnd Creek thence with time top of the ridge between said branch and creek to tlio top of the ridge between lower Twin Hranch Molly Branch and continuing said ridgo between said branches and down the lull to Mollio Jiow anls line and with the sonic to the be iimiug or m much thereof as will Iw uecesjnry to smtisfv time above named judgment interests J and cowls of this sale Said prop erty will be sold at public auction to the highest and best bidder on tlmJI hoed for time purchase mosey with iuterIi lug the force anti ellect of n re plevin bond arid n lien will be ley rerved in said bond for the full payment of the purchase price t and interest Bidders must be withIAmount of interest to day Isftll L MiJ ay- j Amount of COIL of suit 111 20 Commissioners cost 7 50 Cost of printing t100 Whole amount to be raised liy tlissnle 715 1- 1JW CMJDWIUL M C H C C E EIVE 5 HIITHITT CinruiT COUNT Floyd Dny Admr JJaintiif of Oirl Inyr Dccd- vs XQTICB OF stiR W H Day etc Defendant Notice is hereby givrM fliat pur suant to an order of stile entered by the Hrcnthitt Circuit Court on tune 3d HOft in the consolidated action pending therein under the nbove style including the action of Pillion vs Day and Hodwine vs Day IC MClrtik Receiver of said court will proceed to sell time personal property hereinafter de scribed on the premises in Brent li itt county Ky to the highest bidder o- nMonday July 241 h IJOfl nt about 1 oclock p in on n credit of three months the pur chasers to jive bond with approved security payable to C M Clark Receiver and bearing interest paidTho to be sold is situated on the lands formerly owned bnlhnn H B Day N 15 Day tCo and Carl KoptuckHrcathitt County Knnl1 same is described as follows About 100 pounds of wool lmammiessOnnt One grain fan On6 mowing machine One hay rake Two conilgrushorsF One lot df plows nnfl other farming tools One lot of blacksmith tools Ono lotof mining tools v One weight boat Ono log boonJ 1Proposedprepared to c0ll11b1Iomptlwtth the terms of this sale C M CUMUC Receiver ot Hrcathitt Circuit Court r u U MAUSIIAIS SALK Ity virtue of Fieri Facias No tmm directed to me which the Clerks ollice of the United States Circuit Court for tho Western District of Kentucky in favor of the United States of America against lames Dickerson Owens Vuwford and William T Lucas I or one of my Deputies Willon Monday Inly 2lthIf- lpjhfllfn tho hours of 10 if In and 1 oclock p m lit the court house door in Uoattyville Into county Ky expose to public situ1o the highest bidder the following property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy plaintiffs debt interest and cost towit A certain tract of laud on Hear Creel Lee coun ty Ky and bounded as follows Beginning at tho mouth of timeliest right hand branch on main Hoar creek above time mouth of Little Lick branch at n clip thence up said Hear creek 150 yards to n drain on the south side nt lamas Lucas line thenco Swith said drain J5S yards to limo top of tho point to a hickory marked as n corner at S Y Crawfords line thence W with a point dbyn fi8 yards to the cliff at the beginning at Hluford Howmans line con taming 18 acres more or less Also another tract or parcel of land in the aforesaid county anti bounded as follows Beginning nt the mouth of Little Lick branch thence up said branch to n linn tree thence N with a small branch to tho top of tho point at F D Marcums line thence back with said W T Lucas lino to the beginning containing 10 acres more or less and being the lands levied on ns the propertyof W T Lucas Alsb or parcel af II PI 5t t 11 11 O l BaI t SI v StwMID= SUMMER CUTPR- ICfiSlaughter I Sale Now OniaU t and Buy one can come nearer petting goods for just asking for them here than any place you ever tried 1 rely on low prices to yin trade and lair treatment to retain it Come one come all I R BLAKE tErfs52 5ZS25c 55rSd 255c r5d5rSZa2 Z5d5r dam JR M SHELY W H LITTLE Iii urn SHELY eV UTTLu MANUFACTUKKKS AKD DEAL BUS IX f MARBLE AND GRA- NITEMonuments m a and Tombstones m n guaranteed Cull or write for prices and snom mSntisfnction from us rn YEA15 1 PLUIENCE m i JACKSON BRKATHITT COUNTY KENTUCKY m kc2a52g2iS 2ri252S2S52S r5 5a5d5Z5cScS rS2525tLc 521 KK3TIIOTKLIXTIIE FitEEBUS TO anti FKOM cnv DEPOT ARLINGTON HOTEL4 S S TAULBEE PROP JAGKSO KY BOOOlIVKUYdTAIlLEIS FIRST l tA J UItLE ODNNBCTIOX I UOOMS W9rS n J Yoir Money Away 4fOrt C tt t S Sewing Machines iWhen You Can JBuy the Best f i v in Your Own Town f the Maker Direct From At as Low Prices n eon Better Terms By this sign you viilIknow and can find = == r = land levied oh as time property of Owen Crawford in said County anti State nrOll1snidmId bounded as follows Beginning on the riverbank of the middle fork of the Kentucky river between David Lunsford and Owen Crawford thence with said Crawford lino to Mike Kerns line thence with said Kerns1 line to D C Lanes line thence with IX C Lanes limo to Alfred Mclntoshs line thence with said Melntosh line to Wil son I ham ptons line thence with said Hamptons line to tIlircl hnIainninor less This tract of land is levied on subject to till S15O 00 mort byClavlH5ntKl levied on us the property of Owen Crawford Amount to be recovered with debt interest and costs 11275 Terms Sale will bo made on n credit of three mouths Bond i with seclIlit ll SixlICIfect of a replevin bond Witness hand this 23d tiny of June 1q05a S tSi1RB at our store I1ItJaclhon 1 1 A oiZ L I Watches I CLOCKSSilverware Silver Novelties andnil kinds of firstclass I Jewelry call on SD it JNOR J F 0i I OLDEN cIIVIAfG BACHELLER By LttvLetI1aDIWttttOma4 nll 1 t r rm not going to into any mocc or your money Uncle Kb I said Tut tutl iald be Dont yo try t Interfere What d yo thluk theyll charge In the cityter a reel splendid I sultr He stopped Tind looked up nt me Probably as mucb as 50 tOil sweredTjewwwl be whistled Purty steep It Is sartln Let me go as I am said I Tlmo enough to have a new suit when Ive r earned It- Waal he as ho continuedsaid counting I youve eanit It al ready Veve studied hard au tuk first honors an yer goln where folks are purty mlddlln promt uu haughty I want yo t bo a reglar high stepper with a nice aleck coat There he whispered as he handed me the mon ey take thet nn don ye never tell at I gln It tl yo I could not speak for n little while as I tool the money for thinking of the c many many things this grand old 1 man had done for me titDoyo think these boots Ml do lie rasked as he held up to the light the pair he had taken off In the evening They look all right I snld i JLlnt got no decent squeak t em now an they seem t look kind o clumsy Howre yourn he asked I got them out from under the berth and wo Inspected them carefully de ciding In the end they would pass muster II The steward had made up our berths n when he came and lit our room tor us Our feverish discussion of attire bad weigo Spose we mustnt talk t no stran f gers thgreU New York said Uncle Eb ns he lay down Ive rend n the Tribune how theyll purtend t be friends an then grab yer money an run like Sam Hill If I meet any o them fellers theyre goiu t find me purty I mlddlln poor compny We were up and on deck at daylight viewing the Palisades The lonely feel lug of tin allen hushed us Into silence V as we eamu to the noisy and thicken lag river craft at the upper end of the city Couutless window pnnca were siiiulng In the morning sunlight ThU i thought was In my mindthat some t where In the Innumerable host ou el ther side was the ono dearer to me than any other We Inquired our way tit the dock and walked to Frenchs ho tel on Printing House square Atter breakfast wo went nud ordered all the grand new things we had planned to get They would not be ready for two days and after talking It over we de tided to go and make a short cull Hope who had been up and looking for us a long time gave us u greeting Be hearty we began to get the first f iCf i lid eJw SfcrAndInfj ww Shp r was put out our huvlug had F breakfast I remember and said we mmust have our things brought there attr onceI shall have to stay at the hotel tJwWle I said thinking of tho lIe- wSelothesWhy said Mrs Fuller this girl has been busy n week fixing your rooms and planning for you We could not bear of your going elsewhere It would be downright Ingratitude to her Aglow of red came Into the cheeks of Hope that made me ashamed of my remark I thought she looked lovelierF f In her pretty blue morning gown cov ering n broad expanse of crinoline than ever before And youve both got to come and hear me sing tonight at the church said she I wouldnt have agreed to slug If I had not thought you were to be here We made ourselves ait home as we I were most happy to do and that after noon I went downtown to present tot Mr Greeley the letter that David Brower had given mo- CHAPTEKI u- ere XIX n CAMEi4nvn Broadway that afternoou aboard a big white 6uiurltH that drifted slowjy 4IIk ltMev0f many vehicles t Tl16MIIattMreweree u goodly skor of trees o enter sldeof that thorough rfaree1atstlsttltheteanddhoro a WIl ile1ra suiuaek amountain ash Tie kS Trsre tkraugedsrjlth Iwndsptne i peoft laiidjes with Ir1gh lists Reid 14 ttutiut ieektlvs aH4 swla canes Ibeautltu women beget eMli a thread elr4nference if the H1ent with a cbili of that swayed aovCr dainty feet Frolu Grate fehUidi r deB If was much of the same U pg we e niqwv willta more rasgecl1ky- v lino Mariy of dine griwt buildings ofs totr I whit aMI red stiAdtnne lhal1 teste i Latt the slrcet f91arJe y In r amilll s1 opws ter- a Jyutii flee rWsBlilert mn- yfouaMla Otu beg read I lil 4ucel OM krtMw 1 tnibe et wh4IwrNlt-k gealsliielvs ol rt ineuty his Iiopei htla tew imIs mighty r rtltJtthQJ Ijj tlelty and Jhjulltr fi= I w nkl Mk hi s Xi Horace Oteiey fsald Itbr U MHy at the COttMtMV V I yi TTnk right WKH taIed turn W the p9Yl a elerka opened r ri Ef jL iiaaayoieing a f vy st J w air u eat ItIIaf tlNl f j t1en gtpuqu1 eowetttrlae ewioua iMrKWiMMi pfti eaclioUwft luddwly = the 4tg wru QVvNQ UN J t1rwr a ldft hkIIeotf n = I Opportunities in CaliforniaT- he trade in the Orient is opening up Our exports to Japan and China multiplied during the last year to 4 There will soon be a tremendous increase ill trie trade of the Pacific Coast cities with the Far East Big opportunities for the man who lives there K 1inot look the field over olasAngeles29 0xI June I August 6 7 8 9 10 n 12 I3 andtr 14 1905 Tickets good for return for 90 days Rate for a double berth Inca comfortable tour ist sleeper from Chicago to San Francisco Los Angeles Santa Barbara and man other points i In only 7 Through train service from i k Union Passenger Station Chicago vIa the f c Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Line This is the route of The Overland Limited leaving Union Passenger Station Chicago p m and The California Express at 1025 p m The California Express carries tourist sleeping cars to California every day Both trains carry through standard sleepers fComplete information sent free sk Yon ofcoupon with blankit J lines filled Name m W S HOWELL Street address jOtnl Eastern Agent 381 Broadway NEW YORK CITYClt1 State or destinationGeneralCHICAGOCALIFORNIA = ==that cui uldWlffi Thu ndurpueaa ti R3 Irritation I went on past him and en tered nn open door near the top of the stairway Is Mr Horace Greeley lnV I inquired of u young man who sat read In papersBack Raid he without looking up Take a chair In n little while I heard the same heavy feet ascending the stairway two steps at n time Then the man I had met came Iiurrledly Into the room This is laMrGrelcyjmld the young man who was reading The great editor turned and looked at me through gold rimmed spectacles I gave him my letter out of n trem Wing hand lIe removed It from the envelope and held It close to his big kindly smooth shaven face There was a triage of silky silver hair streaked with yellow about the lower u VbuTia utan lake lItur choice part of Sis beadtrom1temple to tom pic It also encircled bis throat from jIIIantithem aUlla few freckles clout Jils nose He laughed as be tiulsbcd feml Ing time letter tAre yen DyeJJrowcr81 y1 tie uktllu8dr at me out of gray eyes Ami gJillllnjwthI gUOIUiuMorjUy adoption I answered i lie was mi almighty good rausleX 1m suld delllKirately Us ho looked again nt the luttir Lo iWhnl do you rantto dsVhe aeked abruptly VVutlt to jrork on the Tribune I afm weredrloud Lord he said I caiithlrsi em YfIvl t- I trlll to tllhik nt aemt rgutdeiit Jut What with looking at the great matt before ate iiHHdialiSwerlng LIs questions and mniutalnlnii a decent show dignity I hart enough to do- Do you read the Tribune r Inc naked K4 Ileud It ever since 1 can remeinY ber 0 What 15 you think of OiL adwair tratlouV Iot Of l6ugli faces I answered smiling an I saw he recognizes his own phrase He sat n moment tapping the desk with hU penholder Theres BO many liars here In New Yeko be wild there ought to be room for an homiest wan how are else roltSriofair I ans vend boys everyt ear C i And miw youre trylat market Gq reniarkoLr o avetPl J1 a Ifc n lj = ===C7= = = FREE TO OUR RKADEHS Botanic Uloyd Balm for the Ulood It you suffer from ulcers eczema rcrofiila blood poison cancer eating j surer itching nklii pimples bolls bunt pnlnr swellings rheumatismI i rnlarrli or any blond or Skin disease I we advise you III take Itulanlc mood llnlin It B B K pcially recent inendrd for old ybslinaje tleep sealed eager cjires wJiereVll pliftiifnlli heals every sure nuke the Metal pure amid rich gives the skin the rich jlow Ir health Druggists H per barge bottle Sample sent free by writing lUood Balm Co Atlanta Ga Describe troll ble and tree medical ndvlce sent in sealed letter Medicine sent nt mice prepaid She Mlcllt Wlxli I have always allowed my wife to wUh something for herself for every birthday since wo hnve been married What does she wish generally Well the test Iltttn tlm u ale tau been wishing for a piano- Grantmallcal lllirniialon Young ArduppeIs It right to say deem or consider Miss Arrest Miss ArressOh both are allowable For Instance I deem you a nice youn man but I cannot COIlJ IOU nt all The pills lint act its a tonic and not us n drnstio purge are DeWitt Little Early Kisera They cure llead ante Ionotlpatlon ltiliotifiies etc Early titers are small easy to take and easy to IIcta sate pill Mack llamiton hotel clerk at Valley City N D rays Two bottles of these Kitnioiis Little Pills cm cd me of chron lc onslfpatinn Good for tinier children ir adult W 1111 tell Houston Iex says For years 1 Imxv oted Little Early Jtlaer fills In ni s family No butter hill ran be used tar le tlpnion alckiieadaclip etathanli- iesefnitJaLpihaScores of lestimoi- ifnld prove liHiTiyorth Sold liy JIS CrainM i J 1 Origin of Hie lliinpymoon The Loneyrnoou used to lust a ulontU The accepted notion according to Brewers TJIqtlonary of Phrase and Fa ble Id that It must be spent nway trom home jn order that the hapliyy pair ratty get thoroughlyaertuaiutetl without tug victims of thom curiosity of relatives and friends it I so called t rtime liablt of the aneleilt aermaiu otdr fag hydKi M ii ijj ijU IUikhwaeypsd osyt Ii IitftliiB enot to aiulw a tIu Intoxkafed lifatiort rder JQJjIftllii honeymeon really WRlla la We flnulitlulgtrlso freely adiif wedding tkat die- dOne Dollar SavciL IteprcnentH rcii Dollars EarnedJCr Tftfuivorage tuna doe skit save to llrenrnhngsIlepTpenjfe for errryulnlinr saved Tilat being Ii6 caw heieartHot lie if care Jul about utfM emery ipenses cehtephoperlyInvestedtie krtertiiHhCholera end bjirrfioea IfcDst but n ftw erbti end fltln tats liqu e oflui urn t ililwf ieyersl doilirsv For 1I i aeksoa lTvrtlg3e eipaeyt 1 I f A ikt Td Mr Ir J J t ibMe iill u CHOlKUA 1XFANTU3I Child Sat Expected to Live rain One Hour to Aiinllier but Cured by CliniiiliurliilnM Colic liohin anti Dlnrrli i n IrIIIl tlyKnili the little dniighter of H N DIIIIYIIr AKiiewville Vn was fe rioiirly III of cholera Infnittinn Inst muniner Ve gave her up and did not e peel hejvto live front one hour t aiioiher says I happened to I iliinU of qiiamberlaliijiiColle Gltoleri and Iiarriop Uelilttly mind gmt n bnl tie of it from filio Ktnre li live liniir+ I amityatlinuge farIh llllter We kept on gn big it andiU rfort she hind taken time halt it one mall bet t it IIhl tens well This remedy Is fur tale by The Jaokion Drug Co Pint Trancatluiitlo Ynclit nan The three schooners Henrietta Vesta mind Fleetwlng were tho con tenants In the first sense the oceat yacht race In ISOfi for a stake ot 00000 Those three yachts mantle the race Jath depth si winter atartlnj trout New York harbor ou Dec 11 iSCtl and finishing off the Nettles a fortnight later the Henrietta crolSlug the line on Christmas eve the Vesti and Ilectwlng finishing lu the early morning hours of the great holiday And for almost the entire length of that 3000 mile passage they were ac compaiilcd by strong westerly winds heavy seas and alternate squalls of rain hall and snow Neither the pas sengers lIor crew were lu dry clothe from beginning to end of tho race and they suffered every hardship bar ring shipwreck that could come to any one making the passage In the winter months Indlucstniii Cured There Is no ease of Indigestion nvsnepiln or Stomach trouble that vll no yield to the U entive nm irenglhenlng Influence of Kodol Jigs itfpaln lore Title remedy takes the strain oil the stomach by digesting wltBt you pat and allowing it to rest antirit grows strong again ICodol Drs ptpsirt Curs alTiiiiis quick and permit nenl relief from Indigestion andall atomacli Irounles builds up time sys tea and jrf puhifles that Unease can not nttalk a foothold at when In n Weakened twindithohiefts ecu stiintly i F rreahng lisa nf Kixjol Dys peM U Curl yJIIIJslel its of Iphspltal- eatitlRCnprafpraotlegpf itself lefir jaw this HeistAatntltrlol nin urii djcuverj hhui proven ke e r i llt41t sitlerhiNifHBtnltp 11lJ1 i I i I Islays1r RP ie piptle i- France by r gL natnry l tislcd iaplil lulrystallized rims pr041uclobtt6Red front w1at tray on countof min raticlyJlighcountered is to pfovetjtcavitles and fissures in the crystals The sell process cannot be employed with emeralds and sa phase liS they become discolored uy the action of time h vieaysiI want a pleAnaitt lazajlv lhst ls tulle and certain to act NttckiL iiand liver talhlet J Oa r o Oi 1 ir f a + rs r i M i ftj It RAILROAD TABLES Lexington Eastern Ry LOOALTIME TAULR Effective Mar 21 1003 West round No1 NOJ salty flatly Di Sunday AM r f- tLvJaukkOH 035 225 U K Junction 6J9 2UO- lleattyvllle Jun 7t1 320 Torrent 7 47 0i7 Natural liridge SOl IOL Stanton 828 430 Clay Oily 837 439 LE Junction 010 u 503 WlncheslHf 923 620- Ar yxlngion 1010 003 i o East Bound del hyn SutJay MM iAM Iv lfxlnctm SaS Win Wlniiliester 310 B 26 1 A E Junction 322 837 Clay City 3RO 913 Slanton iXJ 023 JTntural llridKfl 435 0 M Torrent 4IP 100S- Heattyville Jun Ml 1020 OIcK Juno CW M20- ArJheknon 610 1130 Trains Nut 3 situ 4 dally other Ii alit dailr except Sunday Nus 3 and 4 make elute connection at O A K Junction for point on Ohio iV Kentucky Ity dally except Sunday Nos I Ktid 3coiiUffi nl I A Klunu ilin with Chesapeake A Ohio fur Ml Sterling ninl locnl point Treln NCR 3 A I cniinecl at heady vllle litnctlon with f4 A rOt leattv j vlle dnlly xcp S tinay j I1111 tint Mgr Oil VS rCl P A 10 K Railway Effective Mm 21id IOCS East Hound West Hound ti eo v = ad tH 1a STATIONS wM 4 EH H AM 1V SPY IV IM AB PM AR 710 10 OalinelOIty 1210 6Q 733 12 lleleelnwa WsM 4sfC jfIfI18M 200 Frozen 1142 JS3 310J030AM AR PM AR AM tV Pit 17 Nile 1 and 22 will make cline con n clion at 0 K Junction with NUll 3 and J for points on the Lexington Euteru Railway M L CONLEV Supt Louisville Atlantic Ry Schedule In effect April 16th 1905 ttEHT IIOUND A M rt M Lv Jaiknon 6 25 2 25 lv Beattyville Junction 10 30 3 30 gjWRLve it Iv Irvine 1225 035 Ar Uldimond 130 7 35- AM Iv ileum ttid 135 6 W- Ar ValleyVlew 2W 0 i8 Npliofa5Vllla 9 27 6 55 Versnllfe 3 25 7 M Louisville Q 15 10 45 tis EST BOUKI A M e11 lv Louisville 740 3 roO A r ftfa Hies 10 15 an Airholasville Jl CO 716 Valley View I1H 7 40 Uicliniiiiid I1J4 S 10 P M A M Iv Itlchinoiid Io05 6 30 Of Irvumtx ryt 05 7 30 Arlhatlyville 3ui 04lv BeatlyvlllH r11 t tr941iAr llealtyvllle Jiiitcllon f10 O 4 Jankfon 6 15 11 30 II li Smith Q FA 1A F orjJlIlIIl Ky T BLDK GUASS TUACTIOX CO Georgetown and Lexington Traction Company IIIIe Lexington for Paris every hour trout 6 u m to 7 p mand HI 9 II m Leave Purls every hour trout 7 a m to 8 p m and at IQ p m Single are 40 cents Leers Lexington fur Georgetown ev cry hour from 7 niii to 1110 in except 11a in 111 111 R II m sad 1C p m Leave Georgetown every hour train 0 a m to 10 p in excvpt10 in 12 m anti 7 and 011 in- V ALEXANDER President r t WISE il G InS ATTOkNEAr IAW QWP beer l tOfllae rJa t 71arrtiagy1 I igtrusRihto iii aui4 areteIat rrlnnftRnlfltIx SRO RK 4- F ilI- c y Y +twu+liuwuik sriifsiiut b11 fYi r iJj Hero Wo Are The Celebrated IIA NAajlpRIOE t I t ate For Sale B Ja toL j of DAY BRGSCC clJtuolyofT I 4aZSr 5ca t 5tIalw DAY Irrmhli lIt J SUIUI if l lt Ilii n 10 11 m WIOHU l Ie Pretldev V tl Hem t 7 1JlSAt EQAlAi lM r t m JACKSON DEPOSIT BrNtf s 1- a t In jJso fltucky f jPaul up Capital ulllSlll 4 ills 26OO i1r I It + i t 1 d r iIT = V U 0 Ir11119011ClthhtlJanltln i 111g1t10a 8 auiwn 01 nj lliuiinber nnllfnctJJrcrs to t 1n tb Timber Dealers 1IIrn jJ 1if I3usiiicss Men v y 1 0 ti Mcl lant9 1it1RJ 1 11 C tI IiioJ 1 ir Ij t MI Ahrmglibut Eastern Kwjlookynnd 1TorGn 8lnlllijsa c ttIBERAIEiF MSI I e VVitliin the limits of IogJlinmtobtiiintNHf ss1 u tX1 000 I 1 G L E0JfIQN ASP CTY tio v 525252St55c5Z5t5 5a S22S2Jaar5Vi t fJJEDUCATlON7joung1 man or young wonian who would win success in life t Tus being conceded it is of first importance to gel your nt traiuing at the school that stands in the very front rank The Bryant Slraitonv J3usincss College JC E Corner Bicoml nod Walnut SU r6tTlS VI niK KY T f Bnodte lithortliiilidf r holegrnIni Scvcriftfxi rienciill tcncliers each one a specialist in hu1 t 11rilo fara JeltlIIfatIIIIilj n r tfjlllllorlll1lli lrolft yrathutte- inib1 1nromincn italliR pltfinttl e Uautcd St14111sk will b + K ed to you KllBlSr ra w t School olJ 1WlHe yp riv st xtteretiZ mitt neo W SCHWARTZ Sec and Trww 7pRVDMI u I r i Low Rates Annotincetl via Southern Raihvay Extremely low rates Biiifonjwed via time Southern Ity from rot Ilitt following special occiulnni HOJiVTrHdenver Cobradu Spring and 1ueII1oinod rfliirn August 1112 and 13 account Fraternal Order of Eagles VJIOO to Denver Colorado Springs mid Pueblo Col and return AIIRIII 20 Urgent 2 inclusive account Na tional Encampment Grand Army ol the II 1686 to Athens On and return July 8 mud 1ft account Athens Suniliiei School j5e5 to Uliatlanonxa Tenn and re turn Sept 1 17 anti 18 account Ifegi mental Ihll II lUll Alilllverzary llalile t Iitenolauge fOI W Portland Ore and returi daily mi to and liioludliii tepttuer count Lewis std Ulnik Exposition t1251tu Portland Ore and return goini or retiirnlrK vfa Han Krmielici and los Angeles frequent theirs dui ing July August and Spteinber MC coiiiit Lewis tiiid Clark Centennial Exposition tba 60 to San FI auciten or Los AKe lee Cal sail rethttII Aug 0 to 14 In AngeQ2lQIM or ii uentfiieetlnriag J Rwl iJ and i ioUkeatrhlii rilom Uhlelweryiyiurfl fand Btftltli C eo ml mane other puii1tsJulyISv A lit IjuU 111r Stpt 6 seal hailer rete tru otbet fis Wipeel fMltJrH1akHllrfullers Jftt tta Ot + Jea I CYiorO II S t Fourthher j I4owltl rr L w 1ilft1 rJ v 4 t 3 t flf ai II- l tJ k f L 4 x wtJ + t f ri r eo California tr and the Aori1111ts1IrMqcis a FI END O O UTa i t- Uorre31ohdiuI r Irlow ra Ilaahi11 toff Utakt taus nn nil igrtuwIiat point J islets on tstlb Bail 4yinPluditu bta 15 1tH5 Also a ecid heat J4- I0 tllo 1 estand tiopt I Ce r al it dater A If you C x for rat tainmeld ov tsiMr 1 toNtid fit Lo83- slilinln chain itti r Aht all of hilt St Lop I train 1 cotneeltfouL iii St Lti 4lou r- gtatitt11 with Pit Jiuue to u st and tiY ataSJ lire r- rlrral t r c- rfla h s y uI rPrPSTiiRV1Irr yrDIGESTS WHAT A7Y + I00enleaoni+ l ibtaffaaMr r Gwt4D OML T C DeWITTkCOkP s pfcAs tFor plo by M 5 CRAINt ai y r l j as j I iIs 1f i- a I oj x a 1- I 14 1 C a Ija i- h