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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, August 3, 1906. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1906 bre1906080301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Breathitt County news: n. Friday, August 3, 1906. Breathitt County news. J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1906 $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. 4 t t 1 ra nua serNrarnrrera IBest Advertising Medium I AND ADJOINING COUNTIES A JLll L- 4 t p lJ1L otN9 E litBr and Publisher A NI1Y91Aiglt DZOTD IS J1NTIUs OF AsTRItNJ1ENT Rr t D dyuA1t PKK YKAR m AuyHcr 0A- 01 iJ lrh w iii r J4 unc J rKeii tucker lnyAugust3 31906ifllnlbeIo 41 0 t j t i I FOR BARGAINS AT JIIB i I HOUSEIWu huvo reef h 11 from Now York n oCn I Mens Fancy Spring Suits i i Singlonnd Double breasted nnd n lot of nice Spring runts nn sit n to ddtu lino of Boys tend runs I Spring and Summer Clothing Also nn oliguiit linu of I I Ladies Skirts and Dress Patterns and Shirtwaists anda handsome lieu of Ladies TriimiHd hats and n swell line of Woinuns and I rOlls Shoes anti Slippers nlao n ftinoy line of Spring nnd Summer Underwear jnli sizei anda nobby lino I of tho intuit styles in Metis and Boys plats also Straw I 1llntll Ve glen hnve a 11110 Hue of lry lioodj and Notions Trunks Etc ix1R4t sii s IN SUITS AND PANTS H FIRESTEIN EUSTER c S S25252S2S2525520 S2rc5c52i 59tS252Sr 752aA FLOYD DAY President J SA ML IIUAD l u Cashier G F p CRAIFORD rill Prls W So Asst CashiermfrV M DAVIS Acting CnshierW11i i S wr1- BANKm W JACKSON DEPOSIT I u rn Jackson Kentucky ft 8 Paid up Cl1iJitl1lnud Surplus 2735000 S U mo f W solicit tho Banking Business and accounts of ft r Lumber Manufacturers jjj Timber Dealers 13 jjjMerchants SiFarmers s Throughout Enstorn Kentucky nnd ollor our Customers J tho most Cj LuWithin tho limiw of legitimate business n n MI t COLLECTIONS A SPEClALY 5 252S25 C52525525252S2S0 2S5itca5- v ass 22s N rSchoILJ Business rt MILLIKAN Principal 1M courses of instruction in SHORT A D by Export Stenographers Actual oxporionco in ovory day workSpelling Punctuation OHico Training TYPEWRITINGTouch System under a special teacher S o an doufjlo keyboard mnchines Drilling in forms of lloritillg in eluding writing from dictation Our pupils become t operatorsBOOKKEERINC3 Fulllcommercial course includes motif Correspondence Commercial Law Penmanship nud Business Practice OUR PUlILS GET POSITIONS ASK FOR LISTS ELI YvPplt SHOUT ST I3KTKAXOI3 HOUTIIHIIX MUTOATj nUIIJ1 I- XOLEXINGTON gy- L Apr 1y fOlESKlDNIYCUR FOlEY5110NIYANDTAR MIa trcAliartfft taft sure Xo op L i + E s U- e a a I BREATHITT IOlJNTY NEWS j VJaclsonHURRY P Major Crofoot Grand Promoter The Up to Date Frenzied Financier Lets 1 4U Laundress In on the Ground Floor t Copyright lOOt by II Doimlas M A1OU CHOKOOT grand pro hinter and ni to dale frenzied flnnnclcr sat with Ills feet on hlH olllce desk and a worried look on his face It was tile season for fishing hut gudgeons were scarce When the door behind him softly open ed ho felt n chill go up his back Ho had node a close study of the way a creditor enters nil olllce mid he real Ized that the coiner was one lIe had already decided that It was a woman mind the chances were even up that It wan ono of til numerous landladies who had uucnrthcd him when tho per son ntrode lute view It was it woman but not one of Ids landladies It took him half n minute wcnc rot LOOKIVCJ tort AXTDODY T as nho stood there to recognize her na the laundress ho had parted from three mouth provloiiH The parting had been n very quiet one lie had simply rev tired from Hint quarter of tho city and killed two bind with one Htone laud lady anti laundress IIUldttbeIUUIlIlIOIIII ken hacked chair und set her jaw i u1y I lu 111 S qTai TlalTSnmfcxelatinWl tll la or ns lumped up No Hut It Is Hxcuso this emotion my dear woman but you take mo off uiy feet So you did not IlIle Why Fhoulcl1lllo Because people who ore hit by a three ton automobile and flung n bandied feet hlRh generally die over It When was told by n policeman that you hud been hit and taken to the hos pital null the last reports from you showed that you had beet unconscious for thirty hours I Rave up nil hopes felt almost ns If a sister of mine was passing front earth away Well well but how strangely things do turn out here you are In the best of health and with n complexion that a princess might envy and nil the tune I taro thought of you ns lying ueath the wil low Sir you owe me for doing up seven teen shirts solemnly replied the wo man not In the least flattered by his wordsIt cannot lx Mrs Hazlctou It can not be I newer owned seventeen shirts nt once In my life Then It was doing up ono shirt sev enteen limes which amounts to tho saute thing I was never struck by au auto I never went to the hospital No policeman ewer held any convorsa lion with you nl out me You simply tried to bilk me 1 here been looking for you for weeks I have found you I want my money My dear Ooar woman do you know what a coincidence IsV asked the maj or ns he wnlkcd about You owe me for seventeen shirts ilr And sat hero thinking of you as you entered that door 1 was wonder lug If you had a tombstone at your trove As vomletQd tho tears clime to my eyes In my days of poverty you wero one of the few who trusted me Instead of demanding cash down when I came for my shirt you wrapped It up and smiled on me Many and ninny a tuna vowed that You Vowel that you would dead beat me and you did bnt youll pay now or therell bo a row tad whcIII Jot to thinking that your grave was unmarked 1 felt It my duty to order n tombstone for I should have got one with n lamb on top It would have stated that you ante virtuous honest nnd always Iron cd all tho wrinkles out Not the equal of steam perhaps but better than a John Chinaman That tombstone would have cost oil of 200 Mrs Hazleton gravoIkind of a man I am- Seventeen shirts Major Crofoot and I dont leave until nm pall Why mix seventeen shirts with sen timent my dear woman However let mo say to you that I am glad you are here Tho debt Is one of honor and shall ho discharged at once Soenteen- 8hlrts at 8 cents apiece Is 130 I could hind you a cheek for that amount nnd you would BO away stnlllnff but am I any such nmnl Would that ex mybosomturned to you Heaven forbid I was on my uppers when you trusted mo t I cvoii bcllcve you rfonhf Imvc loaned me money III iulWtloii a Never In tffi WorJU vinphaUcoIIy rcpned the You gave inn olmncts You Inv stilled tWill niuf nmlilttnn wlicro nit was dark despot titfare it was only after I heanl of our death thnt fortune began to smile 61 me Site came ut mo with n broad grit on her face when she did come Mrt i larlptnn are you Prepared to tnku th secrctarjHlilp of the Great AlI1er1toPJnlllllll Cabbage company n fI n yeVV No sir Ill ako nothing hill my money There Is ai Irldwlde demand for canned cabbage Wo put It tip either raw or boltedlye use both Vtiito amid pink cnlibace Wo havo testimonials from prcsldentHiklngs mill emperors ns to what our g is are Put up In iwcntyflvo vcndbhiiK and n profit of 10 cents on every MU We aro shipping 20000 vans to India today Lillian Itu9yell 1s BolnRtTi retire from tho stage RO ns to have n5Uifng to do but cat our cabbage I slim I lot you In on the ground lloor ha fir an stock Is concern ed It Is 00 today but will double In two weeks Letlilt show my gratitude by lly paying thlslllttla bill1 Interrupt ll1 the laundress lime major sat mI nt his desk nUll flgimxl for a fowweconda before say lag yMy are missing the golden oppor l1l1l1lY of your life Tho demand for o rauned cabbage Is something glgiiiitni As Neoretary all you would have ti would l e to send out circulars to lnrdlng houses and boom alit IOOclilllIlIlIlIrIlOi Have you got n two dmHr hill about you Y If Lure IBjwnnt get Into your floods Twi dollars gilded mo today will reserve you ltl ot stork Ill have nonp IL Then the OjUjStway left to me to show my grntftmtt is to hand you n check for 50 aiuUlot 011 nm across to the bank nn5felilt Your full name Is Is whaf0enfee- Kllai Jane llajlftuilr Ali I remorih n W There wns never nn Eliza Jattgyet put what wns t1 dear good here dear lake this They may ply t t hundred at tho hank by mlHtnfer If they do so run right thong lth the money mind dont let your cunfeituce trouble you We nru IIOW uqiuiJWii and I trust that nothing inoro wjlr over happen to bring about d lfteKs between us Jfarowell old frRndfarewell Mrs Hazleton Wia et on tho stairs when the inajor cl iiim his lint nod left the bullding ftolhcrellmuee lie was not therPr to brariiewo mint when she falll JliI 1t1liitPUF dobronnd 6IThU You old rascal but tho cheek Is no good Madam Mild the real estate mum as he came out Into the hall were you looking tor anybody That Major Crofoot sir Hes giv cheelI ho would let you In on the ground floor Ho did sir Well lies done It DUll there Is no kick coming to you Please go away Im expecting n customer hero every minute to buy a huckleberry farm nail you are making nolso enough to scare half 11 dozen men away St QUAD Another Good Math Ounn Wronvr lie neglected to lake Foley Kidney Cure at the first signs of kidney troub le hoping It would wear away anl he was soon a victim of lirights disensn There is danger In delay bur if FulejS Kidney Cure is taken lOt once tbt jyinpt Jim will disappear tho kidneys ire strengthened and you are soot sound anJ well A It Bus of Mor gnntmvii Ind had to gut up ten or twelvri times in the night and IlIleII severe backache and palm In the kid neys and was cured by Foleyi Kidney Cure Jackson Drug C I rim inure Keep your mend stlllys tho first rulo In and Hints means to do so luuchILuckiest Mmi in Arkansas I am the luckiest JUan In Arkan sass writes II L Stanley of lining lined the restoration of my wife health after the years of continuous coughing and bleedine trans the lungs and I owe my good fortune to the worlds greatest medicine Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption which I know from experience will cure consumption if taken In time My wife unproved with the first bottle and twelve bottles completed the cure Cures the worst coughs and colds or money refunded At Jackson Drug Ooi tOe anti tlOO Trial bot llcs free i A Itnril Cum t IIoDo you think It would lie foolish of mo to marry u woman who was my InlellectllnlluerlorShcI that It would bo foolish but It would be n tJHlcult thug for yov It do Cured liny Fever amid Sipnincr Colds A J Kusbaum liatesrllle Indiana writes Last year I sutured for three months with a summer cold so dis tressing lust interrerred with my business I I ad many of the 8 Diploma of hay fever and a doctors prescrip Lion did nut reach my cafe And I took several medicine which seemed to oily sgitrn ate my cure Furiunntcly I Insisted ups i having Koleys Huney end Tar and it quickly ciireJ 1113 M f wife has since used Fieyj Honey and Tar ulh the same success Jackson Drug Co To Make II Tender Walter called the customer In the restaurant where an orchestra was playingYes soh- Iludly tell the leader of the orches tra to play something sad and low while dine I want to see If It wont have a softening Influence on this iteak Milwaukee Sentinel Given Up tit Die KSuVgulmi X Virginia Street Kvm vile Jed write For over live pears I vas troubled with kidney tad bladder Directions which caused me much rain and worry I lost ileeh aid war al run down and a year ago nil to abandon work entirely I had hreeof the best phyiclaug who dill ne no good and T was prncilcnlly given tap ladle lilijjii K dtef tiliM tV ap eciimmended und the first bottlecav DIM great relief and afier taking ibtr the sit rind bottle t1rftniirofjlSflrW Jackson Drug Co Jlint Onto The Duck Your ma Is looting every where for you The ChickTell her Im out Iftw to Avoid Appendicitis Most victims of appendicitis ere those who are htbltually const paced Onno Lax Clive Fruit Syrup cures lihioiio constipation bv stimulating the liver and bowels and restores the natural action nf the bowels Orino Laxative Fruit Srup does not nntne nto or gripe sod is mild and pleasant to take It fuse substitutes Jackson Drug Co CotiKDlntlon Amid all do slings anti nrrors of Injustice dat so Inglucrly conflicts do cullud man said Urother Uttcrjiack tar am amid pompous consolation no nigger ever conies home timid Bits n beatln turn de wife of his buzzoin uhkaso of n long blond hair she hap eonLIUcklFrUrlitfiilly Iturnud Chas W MDOHB n mnchlnist of Ford City lt had his right hand fright uly burned iu nn electrical fur nace He applied llucklens Arnica jalvd with the usual r08uha quick and perfect cure Created healer on earth for Hums Wounds Sores Ecze ma ant Pal es Prise 20 cells at Jackson Drug Cua- nefore the WciltlliiK Trip Tlie Groom I do hope theyll throw lots of rice Im awfully hungry Brooklyn Ute lit Ias In Trouble T as in trouble but found a way out of It and Im a hnpvy man again since Dr Kings New Life Pills cured me of chronic constipation nyi E W Goodloe 107 SG Louis St Dallas Texas Guaranteed satisfactory Price 25 cents nt Jackson Drug Gos i t f t rc r J i J 11CLa1r St ll11t1 1 Q ANY PAPER IN H 8 IrCT ON + a fv- n s 1s I I I I I I It I r I i e it I v f 1 DONTFAIL TO ATTEND j Jones Midsummer CutRate Furniture Sale Furniture sold at greatly reduced prices for the next two weeks 000 Bed Kooin Sets ro at 2403 SflOO Hod Koom Sets go nt 1098 23fiO Bed Room Sets go nt 1800 2pOO Bed Room Sets JO at 1600 i 1500 IJed Room Sets goat 1208 500 Bedsteads go at 398 100 Bedsteads go nt 300 300 Bedsteads tfo nt225 v Moo Music Cabinets ga nt 500 Prices cut bn Bureaus Wash Stnnds Dressers Center Tables Rocking Chairs and in fact fro cut the price on theahouse for time next two weeks If you need Furniture now is the delaybutRemember this sale only lasts 2 weeks so come early Everybody come JbNESiie Furniture StoreMAIN STREET JACKSON KY rltlllttttltlt Ittalltiltltt r Here We Are The Celebrated HOEIf1 q t I For Sale By DAY BROSOOI Jaekgoi Keitueky v nEal HOTEL IN THE FREE BUS TO and FROM OIlY DEPOT ARLINGTON HOTELS S TAULBEE PROP JACKSON KY GOOD LIVBHY STABLE IN FIRST CLASS SAMPLE CONNECTION ROOMS Bargains in J Real Estate Wo have for sale a number of good farms and town lots among which are the following A good farm of about 100 acres on Froon Creek within four tulles of Jackson Good dwelling house good barn and outbuildings Goodwellnt dwelling and nlso nt barn Good orchard with more than 100 trcesin bearing and several young trees sot out last year 100 acres in cultivation woodland Title perfect bnlnl1ceI place for anyone looking home Price 3000 I A farm of about 100 acres with in 3j miles of Jackson Good dwelling and barn Also a store house about 50 acres in cultiva tion balance woodland Title perfect A good homo and cheap at the price 1600 buys it Another tract of land on tho up per Twin Branch of Spring Fork about li miles from Lanibrio This tract contains 201 nnt isycU f 1 i N timbered and a virgin forest and adjoiuimr the lands of the Continental ReaIt Company A bar gain for anyone looking after tim ber or coal hinds A coal vein about 5i feet thick Price 1250 A tract of hind at tho monthof Spring Fork containing 350 acres u good dwelling a good storo r house a good barn about 20 ncresIbottom land Most of tho balance well timbered with poplar and 1 oak close to floating water This 1 is one of the best locations for it store in Brcalliitt county Price 3300 A tract on Laurel Branch of SllringIbesides poplar chestnut oak pine c Also an eleven foot vein of coal This is ono of tho t best coal and timber tracts in Ureathitt county Price 10 per acre pr For further information call on or address Hagins Blanton JACKSON KV11 I r I U 4l i f y f W c The Breathitt Newsy 81 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE ==rrVISE HRGINS EDITOR ==y 4aC7 C7S 52252M D DR O H SWANGO PN YSl 1PK PNe suR FoN OPFICB IIOURS8A M TO 4 P n- Ix nUILDIXOM1i HAnOIS t JACKSOX KENTUCKY r- nlS22S25252525E52522SS f 1A H PATTON I ATTORNEY AT LAW OFFICE IN CRAWFORD 1tGDGf JACKSON KY 10 1 i11j FRIDAY AUGUST- CORRESPONDENCE 3 11OUSS12AI7 George Arnett is teaching us a good school j Leo Patton has begun sawing ties on Wolfe creek N II Sally and French Miller I willstart about September 1st for Oklahoma II M McQuinn brought four prairie dogs with him on his re turn from OklahomuI The families of Duck Hack Ira McIntosh are mixing up considerably j Iras boy married Bucks girl and Hacks boy marI ried Iras girl at the same time The funeral of Susan Gillum will bo conducted at tho grave yard at Bays on tho fourth Sunday in September by Rev Daniel McIntosh and others TUltltEY W M Moore has recovered from his illness George Griffith was at this place the first of the week T J Terry of JeWs Creek was hero one day last week Leo Gibson of Cow Creek lSto hero on business Saturday Luther Littlo and wife visited tMUflMMpMoiiti CrTMMft Sunday W D Back of Jackson was in this vicinity last week on business P Barrett has a jobin the mum her yard on Meadow Creek and there at work Most of the people of this neighborhood attended the convention at Jackson Saturday Mrs Asbuiy Spicer and little son Charlie made a business trip to Jackson Saturday JETTS CREEK Sam Little and Miss Ellen Callahan both of Canoe were mar ried last week by Squire r C TerryQuite a number of people of this vicinity have engaged in busi ness at Polltown Owsley county They report wages good Henry McIntosh is going into the tie business lIe is now having his logs cut and has employed lluram Bryant of Athol to sans them There will be preaching at Rev Elisha Johnsons Coon Sunday August 5 Everybody come and listen to the old Baptist expound the gospel The funeral of Mrs Sarah Card well was preached Sunday July 20 at the home of George McIntosh by old Uncle Clinton Taylor There was quite a largo crowd present considering the rainy day Our school under the management of Mr Mullens is progress ing nicely and has an enrollment of 81 children out of 91 in tho district The dally attendance is an average of GO the largest known in this district for years Among those who visited the home of Henry McIntosh were Robert and Daily Amburgy Willie and II C Bryant W K Terry Jr and wife Sam Mullens and Misses Martha Johnson and Lulio Bryant They all hada hearty welcome and enjoyed and Mrs Mclntoshs hospitality J ELICATA WA Miss Rogers who is visiting here will soon leave for Buck horn Perry county where she will take charge of the primary Department of the college there 1 A revival meeting is being con M m Bile Poison has avery bad effect on your sys tem It disorders your stomach and digestive apparatus taints your blood and causes constipation with units tearful il- lsThedfords r BlackDraughtis j blood purifier It gets rid of the poisons caused by oversupply of bile and quickly cures bilious headache dizziness loss of appetite nausea indiges tion constipation malaria chills and fever Jaundice nervousness irritability melancholia and all sickness due to disordered liver It Is not a cathartic but a gentle herbal liver medicine which eases without Irritating Price 25c at all Druggists ducted at Keller Chapel by Rev Evans the evangelist of Wilmore Ivy who is a great power in win ping souls to heaven Ho is as b Rev Evans Jr Miss 1Weathers and others The meet are attended by large crowds 1each afternoon and night We extend a cordial invitation to the people of the neighboring com enmity and anticipate a great good to be done to our vicinity The services will continue for several daysThe J O U A M has com pleted the foundation of their hall and hope ere long to commence work on their building which promises to be a beautiful addi tion to our little village This order has grown to be a large one here and has proven to be a gre helper in enforcing the laws of om community and in bringing older our citizens It gives a loyal assistance to the common schoo- of our county and demands threading of tho Biblo in then therefore we think it prof for every teacher in the county t enlist with us isOur school is doing better worl than ever before It has a largci attendance and better discipline than was ever known We hcartilj recommend the following to be 0f great importance to school work On each Friday afternoon we hay- a Bible class conducted by Ret Evans and teacher in which a the school and visitors take a part Then the following topics are dis cussed by the patrons cf the di trict1st How to Make the School More Attractive and Healthy It 11 Shcly John WJaU and Mr Morris2nd Use of the Bible in the School Kov Evan Evans 3rd The Compulsory School jaw Trustees 4th Patrons Duty at Home and at School W II Little F M Miller and J II Iloddix 5th How to Secure Good Dis cipline In and Out of School South Strong and E C Hurst ItAIUOL Mrs C 11 Crawford is visiting Ifriends in Midway and Indian Fields Rev Winchester Stewart wit- preach Sunday morning at th churchat this place Tho friends of Brownlow Thompson agent at this place re Bret that he mind his wife have left AtholMalt Bowman Sr went to the Good Samaritan Hospital at Lex ington last Wednesday for treat ment returning Thursday storm of last week has in tytlthe corn crops considerably but the glorious showers which come down so gently most everyday lend a ray of hope to the patient farmers rThc school at this Place opened Monday in tho Presbyterian church with Miss Calla Bowman aclcr There is a mission school in the district also which places the means of education within the grasp of all who desire to obtain it Sam Patton and wife of Kous seal wcgejhcro Monday+ andTues day shopping 1i r F 1 e rr+ w nJ7- I 5- Rit rA + TiawwtLl IT Lexington Banking Thrust Companyr Savings Department Pays 3 per cent on Time Deposits Safety Vault Boxes for Rent IA GENERAL BANKING AND TRUST BUSINESS Acts as Administrator find Executor Serves as Guardian and Trustee Buys and Sfills Stocks and Bonds Accounts of Eastern and Central t Kentucky Banks Solicited INTEREST PAID ON BALANCES STOCK 00000000 IcArrrATJ LIABILITIES 50000000 ABSOLUTE PROTECTION TO PATRONS 120000000 MADE ON REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL SKCIJlUTIBS SECURITY PRO EFFfCIE11rIDL1TRANSACTION OF ALL BUSINESS HANDLED BY CON PANIES CORNER SHOUT AND MARKET STREETS LEXINGTON IvV r h =DIZZY Spells ntand backaches that tired feeling absence of appetite and extreme nervousness that so frequent afflict you areiscausedea inactive liver aldwe119lstaxati- onSyrup Pepsin acts Instantly and effectively on the live reinvigorates and strengthens it and restores it to perfect condition The remarkable virtue of this wonder ful remedy has been demonstrated In thousands of instances and it will work wonders in cleansing and setting you whole system aright- C Its good effects are permanen- tDRCALDwELLS SYRUP PEPSIN obtained in both dollar and half IIdollar sizes from all druggists Your money will be refunded if It does not benefit you Your portal card request will brine by return 9null our new booklet Dll CAUUVELLS OP 11ONUIaband tree ample to- thoie who have nsver tried this wonderful rewedy Write today PEPSIN SYRUP CO Montlcello Illinois Sold by JACKSON DRUG CO WHICH The Sulphur Gap school com menced last Monday a week ago with n barge attendance of pupils and Green Campbell for teacher The school being called to order the opening pxcrciscs began first by stinging two hymns second introductory speech by teacher third address by IJe Strong 1NecessitPrepare Themselves for Business fourth short address by Alson Pupilsoto short address by Edwin White on the same subject sixth speech by teacher on Education Preparation for Lifo and Death After speaking the school was organized and went to business Wo trust that under tho super vision and management of such nh accomplished gentleman as our teacher we will have another good school this session We believe our trustees have made a wise choice in selecting Mr Campbell to teach our school Wo also hope that all the patrons of tho district will send their children regular which they must do or bo dealt with according to law Wo invite all respectable people to visit our school and insure you that we can show you some of the best bright est and most energetic boys and girls in Breathitt count I Ladies and misses skirts at re- ducedI prices for the next 30 dnys at Ilutlden hires Jf s LAIBHICIOne of towns in Eastern Kentucky toda is Lumbric Situated its it is in tho very center of the richest bell of timber anti coal lands in Breathitt county it is fast bccom ing the center of attraction Tin following are some of the event which have taken place durirrg tin past year Through the efforts of Green Shepherd n daily moil ser vice has been secured by tho de termined efforts of E1 McKnj a beautiful church is now almosl completed another long hopedfo blessing has cpmc at lustlh physician M E lloge M IX nUll wife of Winfield W Vn arrived hero on July 28 they are permanently located DII Togo spent several weeks durinj the past summer here seeking n location lie is a graduate of one of the best medical colleges inI Louisville In addition to this Lambric hns two business house engaged in tho mercantile business Blanton Hogg who sue ccedcd S P Carpenter and W H Shepherd Sons who succeeded Taulbce Shepherd Co Ono other thing is needed and will surely como in answer to onr earnest prayer i e an academy There is no better location nor no better material Business men if you have money to invest here is a good place xun Tho infant son of Z II Miller who has been sick for some days is better t Mrs John II Combs has beet seriously ill for the past few days but is improving Samuel Grigsbv Sr anti Peggr Xeace were married July 30 Johr II Combs ofliciating The people of this vicinity arc very much elated over the good work being done by Judge Tiuil bee and County Attorney J Wise Ilagins The whoop and the yell have ceased and gave way to peace and pleasure Tho people say we ought to have had them sooner May their good work go on through their entire administration and when their terms expire we hops they will consent to servo us again PERRY COUNTY TIOUHLEsOJI As was said in a recent issue of TUB BKIUTIUTT COUNTY NKWS on the 7th of July sorrow visited the the homo of Anderson Hays mud taken away his oldest son On the 2Gth tilt the Angel of Death again entered Mr Hays home and called away his youngest son It seems that the Lord has taken two enIIthemdepredation very abounds The writer I extends his deepest sympathy to Mr Hays and family 1 n n Tlint savage Is n fuko IIou used to wearing JOIl clothes Whnt tanker you think snI Why didnt yon notice bow ho pulls tip his skin nt the knees when ho sIts down HnrperH Weekly OWSLEY COUN- TYItu0SlYItIC Stave and tie flouting has beer the order of the day for the pas week and thousands have beer taken to market The wet weather continues nm farmers anti gardeners are exporting to have to set their fencing lOut to keep the rapid growinj from pushing it down I Bernham Thomas who ten tried before Esq Porter n few I days ago charged with shootintI and wounding Bug Price was released having proved justilication Frank Burns son of Dandy who wits released front jailor bonds seine weeks ago charged with obtaining goods by false pro tense was surrendered by one ol his bondsmen and is now behind the bars fct Castle Baker diaries K Herd spoke here Monday in the interest of his fan didacy for Congress Charley b a good boy and his friends would love to support him but owing tt the lay of the land they see noI chance for his election and would be pleased to have him withdraw from the race Tho Teachers Institute closed hero Friday 7t was said to bo one of the most successful lush totes that was ever held in the county Prof Chapman pro tl himself to be the right man in tho right place It was well attended and the teachers all seemed to readily respond to each and every callCongressman D C Edward who is a candidate for reelection male a speech to a large crowd of ritixcns at tho court house on tho 25th inst His speech was well received and it is generally be Roved with Herd in thIICO that Edwards will carry time county by 1 safe majority over John D White notwithstanding the former popularity of Wlfito in Owsloy YAUKK Bnrrciius THE TEXAS WOXDKIl Cures all Kidney Bladder and theumatic troubles Sold by nil drug isti or two months treatment jy mail for 100 Dr E W IJouisIo moninls221r DAY BROSOJ COMPANY Wholesale and Reta FI Have the most complete stock of i fa I GENERAL MERCHANDISE I Ever brought to Jackson Consisting 0 of c rt DvgJ OdSt Ol1l0JSt fQiflhJfqfr- F JrLfSfr fi esf t Wo have the finest line of shoes in East ern Kentucky Our mens shoes are pjj the latest style For the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money I could buy THE LATEST DESIGNS IN MILLINERYThis Department is under the man agement of Miss Margaret Basket who t can show youSThe Latest Style Hats I direct from New York City Also FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODSJiIn all FreshfromIf you need any House Furnishings or FURNITUREWe are the people you are looking for we have it by car loads to suit every body Come and see us our j IIIIIII mil I III 11111111 UIIIIIIIII iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiM I Prices Ire AH Right Tiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiir DAY BROS f COMPANY 11 X Jackson J Kentucky r W Y The Brealhitt News IMilillHlicd I very lrlday CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAR J WISH HAG N4 iSniToii r IiiiIr LJt hocal and Personal I jj6hiHIlamb chops are line Fresh Cakes at Green Ibuldixs The finest drink in tho world C Iladdonn cafes Stop with hurt Bros at Heed bolus when in Ijnxington Dog tars began last Wednesday and will continuo for forty dnya Judge H S Taulbco returned Sunday from n business trip to Louisville Call on been Iladdix for the best of everything in iho grocery nnd fruit line Mrs LV Fleonor who has been er sick for several weeks is doing nicely Mrs M IJGirlon returned last wcok from an extended visit to Asheville N C Charles Blair and Dim Hich mbnd of Ewing Va are tho guests of J B MuLin llov Kdwin T Preston will fill his regular appointment on Quick sand Sunday August 5 Mrs F B ICndieott loft Wed nostlay nftcrTioon for n visit to her old home Cynthinna Ky YOU cnn get Sliced Ham Breakfast Bacon and nil kinds of Fresh Moats all hidden Pills Roy Kmlicott of Millemburg Ivy visited his cousin F B Kn dlcott nud family lust wok lust nrrivixl t SWITKK CIH5I5HU at HADDKN A DILLS Mr and Mrs n H Clark of Stunton wore horo from Sat nrdny till Monday attoiuling tho Bnptbt Association 15 U Hyden his purchased the Dr Bakor house and lot on liiver sircot now occupied by ChpL W H Brmlshnw I llrs Klimbolli Parrott of Hob bins who has been very low for fiovond weeks Is slowly but surely Improving Green Iladdix has open d tip fI- r 1solll 8 grocery storo at Uie old Iladdon stiiuil on Main street Phono 8fl J IL Meftln and family icttirnod WctlneMlny from current when Ilioy had bMU on a vacation since Ini Saturday I Dr O H Smngos dwelling on Arlington avenue in almost un der roof Faris flack and Marian Rice aro tho contractors Get in tho swim Buy n pair of ccatloBS Htispendors Tho cool est and dras iost worn HADDKN linos Tho ninny friends of Mrs Noun Host who is illit n hospital in Lexington with typhoid fever are glail to know that she is doing nicoly at now lino of nptodato shirts ties and gents furnishing goods just received this wcok by Iladdon Bras See thorn before you buy Imillsave money W K Unulshaw left about ienllt A ago for Hot Springs forIisITho funeral of Michael Glib bird Sr Mis hello Gabbard and IcConrsev Whittakor will be conducted nt the graveyard at the F head of Gabbards Crock by Rev I Clint Taylor and others on the third Sunday in August Kverv body invited u Attorneys C C McChord of Springfield G W Gourley of Lexington and J P Fields and Folix Fields of Whitesburg are hero attending tho taking of depo sitions in the case of McLin and ICilhnrn vs the Continental Realty Co for damages for nn alleged failure to comply with a contract to tako JIOOOOO trees on North forte of Kentucky river in Knott Perry nnd Letchor counties uSmllli and AbiUM Havo a Fight tFohn Smith and John Abner now confined in our jail hero charged with tho murder of Dr Cox quarreled last Wednesday about Curt Jolts connection with tlio Marcum murder and mane to slpnlntedh1 separate cells Killed by L A Train I Irani Spencer 70 years old a resident of Leo county was lost instantlyLllleu l Arailroad near Boattyville Spencer was walking along tho track nnd did not hear tho train whichcut off his arm and part of leJsyFiinoro and leaves a largo family yFrcsI bread nt Green IInddixsf cc I ct7 I iAITE311IiI ASSASSINATION Afiberry Splcer Shot from Am hush Near Ills Homo HLOlIIOUiI SHNT FOIL Asberry Splcor was shot turn itiiibiish near his l yna QjiifJltWlni and wounded in Uio sh or Ho is tho stnr wlliiinMiiuitlhat liifrtfte illinium Smith nnd Abner in the Cox murdor cmo Air Splcor was just returning homo from Irvine where ho helm auromoned UK u witness tot the uinnmonwenltb on the hearing of Smith and Abner for bail Hlooillioumls havn boon scat for anti are tx peeledon tin scene today Friday Every effort will bo undo to hunt down the would ho nssnssins For a nice steak or anything in Fancy Fruits seo Dills l I addon IViiili 1ist let iiivcnlidii- Tho Taiith District Democratic Convention was called to order nt mprningbytau executive committee Win Pinson of Pike county wan olonlcd tomponiry clndrman and Walter Gardner of lfargan coon ty socrctnry by ncclntnntlon- l1 M Kedwine moved that the chair appoint n cuinmittoo of lire on credentials moda committee of seven on resolutions John Hard tier of Magoflin and Finley E Fogg of Morgan offered as n Kiibititnlo that each of tho seven candidates select n member of the committee on credentials and that the choir appoint two On a cull of the counties time NubntittUo wits lost by n voto of 85 to 57 IIJlPointedC111lrlos J It Cline WL Craig not A I Mayo n coinmiltop on crwlen tinsall opposed to Hyrd As the counties of lireothilt Knoll nail Magoflin wero contested the ma chin would not give Mr Byrd any chance at all for them not ovon one member to file n minority report The chair appointed time following nt n committee on ITSO lotions It Hedwine M M Itodwine I iv KobcrU John Stephenson J D Martin Karl ionlF and Tom Hatcher lime first ballot resultedms fol lows Byrd 26 Cooper 25 White 17 Davis 11 Hatcher 10 I Ingins 5 Mwd and Flour a 1 vnvs Tressat hidden Dills JIMMY AND nilKCK Hold n Convention and ItoHisc Hyrds Friends a Fair Count flat iniuw meeting to instruct delegates to Ute convention to meet at 1ihorillo to nominate M DfmocrHtic candidate for Congress in this district was mlled to order last Saturday by lid Cidlfthnn who soled Unit the first thing in order was to elect a temporary chair man Judge W II Blanton and Hreok Combs were put in nominA- tion and Janes Brophy and liar Ian liico wero appointed tellers over tho obJections pf tho followers of A but tho objections were overruled by Callahan and those In the court house wore ordered to tho street Urophy mind Hico reported that Combs had tho majority Tho friends of Byrd then demanded ti fair count which was refused Jim Hargis and Brock Combs thou proceeded to do tho business of tho convention Jim making the motions and Brook assenting to them Jimmy mind Brock then appointed Jim Hargis Brock Combs James Brophy Wm D Back G W Scwcll and A F Lyon to vote as thov aiw lit in other words uninstruoted as Jimmy and Brock wore going along to fix matters to suit thorn resIn menntimo Byrds follow ors withdrew from Jimmy and Brooks convention and assembled on tho first floor of the court house mind elected E rJNoblo chairman and J S Cope secretary and on motion tho temporary or ganization was made permanent Tho chair then appointed Com mittee on Resolutions which re ported tho following FIUST Wo approve of the Limo and place of holding this convon tion Sicofri Wo believe in Democracy in its purity as taught by Jefferson and Jackson that time majority should rule cold that i every man should intro tlrhilegc of voting for tho candidate of his choice and have that vote counted as cast Tiniti Recognizing in tho per son of lion A F Byrd of Clark county a mot of integrity and utility an nblo and energetic Democrat tho delegates of this convention arc instructed to cast the rote of Brenthitt county in the convention to ho held at Pikovillo on August 1st for the lion A F Byrd as the Democratic candidate for Congress in this district and to use nil honorable means to so euro his nomination and to vote as a unit on all questions arising in said convention FottUTH That Henry B Noblo Hiram D Back S B Stidbnm S II Fugnte E1 Noble John II Blanton J S Cx pe Solomon Noble Sr Sims Cidlahan Charles Terry E rJNoblo 1111 Card wet William Byrd Isaac Terry Flint Iffifcbwi G W Smith II F VA f 1 u r OO- I i UNION COLLEGE I f QHRISTIRN QOCCECE Iff SOUJJlElSSeRi KEfSU KV Near Uio KnmouH Ciiiulicrliuiiljpiip I UULTi AOVDUMfO NOIOIAT AND COUKrK COt nSltS UKSritl ASSI81 MUSICAL DniAlrTHIKXT- CitrHflulum Imscd on the University Senate of tho United Stntosi Elsgnntly Furnished DormlfibHes Tuition as low us Consistent with lira bast advantage I Special rate for ministurinl students and eluldrn of inininhsrs A FACULTY OF FOliRTEBN GRADUATES OF LEADING EASTERN AND MIDDLE VE6TERN COLLEGES Write for Catalogue and full partit Mars 8848 PniwiDBNT JAMES W EASLKV Bnrbourvillo Ky I Davis B J Kwen M C Bailey- S J Pcmborton S S Tiuilbee James S hack T Wiso Ilngins- T K Calhoun B M Ihigins John Croft Elliott Craft L M 13 Davis Floyd Craft Ashford Joseph Sewell Williams Knsh Williams John g Dnalon A L iMngins Ilreck Crawford Milton Joseph HenryK Back and A nI Bryant bo and they lire hereby appointed delegates to attend said convention Firm That all Democratic CoI11rosslnnll11District thesu proceeding E IJNomH Clialrman J S Corn Secretary Greon Iladdix will deliver your Hour and mcnl Organ Tor Ircsbytwhin lunch A contract has boon awarded to F B Kmlicott to furnish a large organ for tJio ilacknon Presbyte rian church lids will be one of the largest and most expensive or gnus over sold in Kastern Ken tacky and Tuu News COn 11tu- I late Mr Kndicott in oontrnctovor Louisvillu mod LoxI IItoGreen Ilnddixs Htlc per poundI A Culling Afrlur Jell Eversolo of Athol while I returning hope last Saturday from the convention was dragged from the train near Oakdale and slubI bod with a knife inflicting live eriout wounds Warrants have been issued against Dodge Bathes Jell Brewer Steve Brewer and Willinin Turner charging them with the crime Mr Kvorsolo boars the name of bong n pence able quiet citizenIGreen Iladdix has the nicest nnd freshest lino of candy in town JliisyliniUcs of lackHon There mare more people in Tuck son who are selfappointed to at tend other peoples business than any town of tho like slue in your I Undo Samuels domain If Jack son laid as many millionaires ash she has rubbernecks she could j make tho millions Of John D Rockefeller fade into utter insig nificance Skidoo Of course this dont mean you its intended for tho other follow If you want n tender steak try Dill Tllfi 1HUT11 llOll Whitley Johnson of Athol diod iji a hospital in Lexington last Wednesday after a long 511 ness His remains woro brought home Wednesday owning and i buried in Uio family burying ground Thursday Mrs Polly Dunn liedat her home near Bobbins lust Friday I morning of heart disease Her husband William Dunn fell dead in time cornfield just ono month be fore of tho samo disease They leave several children mostly grown up- George Mason the seven months old child of Mr and Mrs Price Scnvcll died last Wednesday after several weeks illness of spinal trouble Tho funeral was con ducted at tho residence Thursday afternoon by HeW Green after which tho remains were buriodin the Sowcll grave yard Just step tho market house on Court stfciit I ridden C Dills Marriage Lloonscs Tho following marriage licenses have been issued during tho past week Taylor Shockey of Rose Fork and Mottle Arnott of Hendricks George Raleigh mind Eliza Barnett both of Jackson Everett Wad kins of Qiikdnlo mind Eliza B Little of Ellmtlwn Sum Grigsby Sr aged TO and Peggy Ncnce muted 10 both of Lost Creek Leo Back of Decoy nnd Mary J McIntosh of Rousseau Nelson u McIntosh of Rousseau and Mary K Back of Decoy II S Watts and Collie Noble both of Lost Creek Alonxo Allen and Miss Clewj5J1EF1FF 5f1l IFOR TAXES- By virtue of taxes duo tho Sheriff of Breathitt County Ky for till year 1005 for taxes due the State ofIwill o- nMONDAY AUG 27 daybetweenand 3 p m on tho said day at the front door of tho Court rouse in Jnckson Breathitt County Ky expose to public sale nt public outcry to the highest and best bidder for cash in hand the various tracts und parcels of land hereinafter set personsfrailties commissions and cot + of sale of tho following named persons viz J T Davis 100 cars nearest resident Taylor Crate precinct 10 value of land 800 00 tnx and commission 8115 Sheriffs cost 150 advertising 100 Total 046 America Green 100 uterus near est resident John Smith precinct 7 value of land 200 tnx nnd com mission 205 Sheriff cost 160 advertising U R Total 615- Rnclmol Grigsby 26 acres 1IgsbJi105 cost 150 advertising 100 ToUd 115 Kilns Mullens 1ST micros nearest resident Jerry Denton precinct 8 value of land 350 tax andconr mission 108 Sheriffs cost 150 advertising 100 Total 718 Thomas Millions ISO acres near precinctand commission 4kH Sheriffs cost 160 advertising 100 To till STJ5Ellen Spiccr one town lot value 700 tax and commission 1150 Sheriffs cost lBO advertising 100 Total 1200 Susan Smith 60 acres nearest resident Benton Finite precinct 7 value of land 100 tax and commission 133 Sheriffs cost 1 fO nd vertising 00 Total 388 Jennie Smith 60 acres nearest resident Susan Smith precinct 7 value of 11111100mix and com mission 1 35 Sheriffs cost 1 50 advertising 1 00 Total sa 88 Sarah Combs 50 acres neatest resident Robert llonsley airecinct 2 value of land tiOO tax and commission 2 05 Sheriffs cost 1 50 advertising 1 00 Total 5 15 J C Iladdix JO acres nearest resident Anderson Robinson pre cinct 2 value pf land 10 tax mind commission 2 12 Sheriffs cost J 50 advertising 1 00 Total 4 02 lames Iladdix 50 acres neatest resirtoTit Win Iladdix precinct 2 value of land 100 tax and com mission 2 05 Sherilfg cost 1 50 advertising 00 Total 5 15 Wm Iladdix 10 micros nearest resident James Iladdix precinct 2 value of land 80 tux and commis sion 2 05 Sheriffs cost 1 50 ad vertising 1 00 Total 5 15 Albert South 100 acres on Panhandle precinct 2 value of und 100 tax cold commission 5 CO Sheriffs cost 1 6 advertising 100 Total 8 10 Leo Combs 75 acres nearest resident Sam IloWUlllrecfnct 3 value of land 200 tax and coma mission 4 24 Sheriffs cost 1 50 advertising 1 00 Total 0 74 Oren Uollon 45 acres nearest resident Itichnrd llonsley pro cinet 3Ivaluo of land 90 tux rind commission 2 80 Sheriffs cost 1 CO advertising 1 oo Total 5 30 Ilarve Ilounshell Jr 100 acres nearest resident Zckc Spencer precinct 3 value of land 250 tax nnd commission 5 00 Sheriffs cost 1 50 advertising 1 00 Total f8 40 Sam Haddix 2 J1 acres nearest resident John Uoynolds precinct 3 value of land 350 tax and commission C 23 Sheriffs cost 1 50 advertising 1 00 Total 8 73 Robert llollcn 75 acres nearest resident Emery Bowling prccint 2 value of lnnd4fO tax and com mission 3 50 SlicriiPs cost 1 50 MN n 7 M 4 r1- t1 rvV MANTEL y Wo curry a complete line of Wood Matitols Tile Grates Etc = t Our mantels arc of beautiful design and are s excellently mahitJactnred ZL Wchave many patterns from which to select front the daintiest base to the heaviest cabinet Catalogues mailed upon request COMBS LUMBER COI No 231 EAST MAIN STREET BOTH PHONES No 139 No 919 WEST HIGH STREET BOTH PHONES No 25 LEXINGTON r KENTUCKY U advertising 1 00 Total C 08 Andy llollen 7f acres nearest resident Alford Hollcn precinct 8 value of land 200 tax and commission 4 00 Sheriffs cost 1 50 advertising Ion Total 0 50 Jason Little heirs 75 acres nearest resident Robert tittle precinct 3 value of land 300 tax and commission 8 98 Sheriffs cost 1 50 advertising 1 00 To tal 0 48 Ry Little 125 acres nearest resident Ance Short precinct 3 value of land 250 tax and commis sion 4 91 Sheriffs cost 150 advertising 1 00 Total 5i 41 Ollie Vires 100 acres nearest resident Elmcda fires precinct 8 vidue of land 200 tax and commission 4 21 Sheriffs cost 1 50 advertising 1 00 Total G 74 Ligo Wadkins 40 acres nearest resident Hiiey fires precinct 8 value of land 80 tax mind commis sion 2 05 Sheriffs cost 1 50 advertising 100 Total 5 16 Charley Wilson 1 acre nearest resident J Cr Edwards precinct 2 value of land 50 tax and commission 2 25 Sheriffs cost 1 50 advertising 100 Total 1 75 John II Holbrook 200 acres nearest resident Irvine McDaniel precinct 12 value of land Mil tax and commission 8 28 Sheriffs cost 1 50 advertising 1 00 Total 10 78- 11nslt Colwell 75 njjres nearest resident John lolbrook precinct 12 value of land 150 tax mad corn mission 8 50 Sheriffs cost 1 50 advertising 1 00 Total 0 00 Jackson Mann 1000 acres neatest resident John Mann precinct 12 value of land 2000 tax and commission 20 50 Sheriffs cost 1 50 advertising 1 00 Total 29 00 Jackson Mann i interest in 250 acres nearest resident A C Cope precinct 2 value of land 500 tnx nnd commission 5 30 Sheriffs cost 1 50 advertising 1 00 Total i7 SO ED CAILAHAX S B C I3y M A SiKNCKi D S h uu HEADACHESand 0 Many who nave for years suffered intensely from chronic sick headaches using drugs of nil kinds without any benefit have found immediate cold per mamcnt relief in- PROPERIYAbJUTEb GCASSES Because eyestrain was tho cause Wo remove tho cause and our cure is iastiug- SAT1SFPT10N QJPRANTEE- DSI DI FLEENORJ JEWELER AND OPTICIAN JACKSON KI3NTUCKY m 1 WANTEDI- N WEST VIRGINIA 150 Timber Cutters and Millworkers Time wages fair work steady if time non aro Write if you wnnt Ito but I would prefer that you start without writing We need help quickly D G COURTNEY US GO CHARLESTON 1w Vn 1- rr Y u rJjf = J JJ Qir 1 m imforevery person wishing to purchase o Where They Can Do BestmWo aro in a position to servo you to every onat lVe handle n general lisle making it con Ni10foryears We give every business dotailiI closest attention nud untiring I 9 Wo bn3our goods trout reliable concerns r t at tho right limo nnd in tho best paying I I termsla i lmutoud lo the r portion of time busi 1l JIIOS8 personally vJiich insures proper alien mt S thai told expenses of running same u 1 hWe1arc n uumunum r 1 above reasons enable us to conduct our andy r dilut our business on business principles give correct weiglits nnd measures nodt8 sure every ono n square deal nt nil times J AUK Ypr WITH US i r mj eVQ fH d Q I u u r IxED1I h W t 11I u- 4i FIJI4hIFSj1SII 1- ill 1Just received a full line ill t ktj Avhich we guaranteeL o- l1l 111 e 11 mt1 33T10i g II ill Will cover more space last tl 111Ion11 V any other paint made Call 1 11 and see color cards and get 1 t t prices t W W Jackson Drug Co III- 1I 1- 1tt II- 1l 1 NI- a 1 JOB PRINTINGTHE BEST AT LOWEST PRICES At Breathitt County News Officeaf cu MANY MEMORIALSThere are many memorials erected to commemorate the deeds of those who have passed on hilt whatever their forum may be nod person of natural sentiments feels like dis r pensing with a suitable marker to designate the last resting place Don t waste time lookingamend come hero first I have the anon 1 xunent you want Ml9 I R M SH EL Y7 JACKSON KY1 a tor i t i A J T n- PILLA El b LIGHT L 1 Yetwas he vrntclilng them and hnin meting out the right course to adopt He mono understood that to the novlca the amazing ordeal from width the lighthouse had successfully emerged was ns naught compared with the V thunderous blows of the waves the nstoundlng reverberations of the hollow vlllnr the continuous deluge of spray rlrlUlnj the lantern which the Infurl nted sea would Inflict on them To urge nay further effort to sleep was folly They must remain with him mad be comforted Being reasonable girls of flue spirit under conditions less benumbing It was better that they should grasp the i acts accurately They would bo timid of course Just ns people are timid dur lug their first attempt to walk twist rock and cataract at the falls of Niag era but they would hue coiilldeuce In their guide and endure the Burrouudluj jiaiidynioiiliiui lioroa to you Enid Still we live ho cried nod drained Ills cup- I sup pup poso so she stammered Better sup up your cocoa said Constance Now I am quits with you for this afternoon Ill tell you what went on Brand confidentially In that locker you will Hud u couple of stout pilot coats Iut them on As I cannot persuade you to leave me you must sit down and It Is cold In here Moreover for the first time In tweutyoue years I will smoku on duty I have earned a little relaxa tion of the law Out of the corner of his eye he saw that Constance It not Enid had not missed the subtle hint In his words But she was quite normal again She gave no sign helped her sister into the heavy reefer and made herself com r fortable In turn Neither of you will ever regret to nights experience when It is nicely over ho said You are like a couple of recruits In their first battle I um sure began Enid A huge wave containing several hun dred tons of water smote tho lighthouse and cavorted over their heads The house that was founded upon a rock fell not but It shook through all IU Iron bound tiers und the empty cups danced on their saucers Not nnother word could Enid utter She was paralyzed That fellow arrived lu the nick of time to emphasize my remarks said Brand lighting his pipe This Is your baptIsm of fire If I may strain a meta phor But you ore far better situated than the soldier Ho gets scared out of his wits by big guns which nro com paratively harmless and when he has been welt pounded for an hour or so he advances qulto blithely to meet the almost silent hall of dangerous bullets So you see In his case ignorance Is blissAre wo iu bliss demanded Con stanceYou have been The lighthouse has outfaced a hurricane such ns has not visited England before in my lifetime It Is over The wind has dropped to a JCa 10 pile and we have not lost even n bit of skin to my knowledge Now the cannonade Is beginning Certainly wo may have the glass broken by n rare accident but no worse fate can befall us A heavy thud was followed by a dehige without They heard tho water pouring oft the gallery Constance leaned forward with hands on knees Her large eyes looked iito his- Thls time dad you are not choosing Ivor words she said I am sorry you should think that was tho reply I selected each phrase with singular care Never be misled by the apparent ease of a speaker Tho boit Impromptu Is prepared before handYou dear old humbug she cried Now the quiet deadliness of the scene whIch followed the reappearance of Enid and herself from their bedroom was manifest to her Enid too was looking from one to the other In eager striving to grasp the essentials of an rptfioda rapidly grouping Its details Into BOiuonce Brand knew that If he partied hjs daughters questioning they would be on their knees by his side forthwith and ho wished to avoid any further excitement Ilcase attend both of you he Brawled with mock severity I nm Rotug to tell you something that will console you Ills voice was drowned by some part of the Atlantic whirling over the lan tern This kind of thing does not go on all tho time he continued Other wla we should have five hours of spas medic conversation As soon as the title rises sulllclently to gain an unin terrupted run across the reef wo will have nt least two hours of comparative qulttf About 4 oclock there will ho n Ktxiond edition for an hour or so I sup pose that any suggestion of bed Will be scouted exclaimed Euld A nice pair of beauties you will be In the morning ho grumbled artfully Not oven Constance was proof ngahist this new burden of woe She glanced around Yon say that she cried knowing that the nearest looking glass is yards army Ho pointed with his pipe III tho second drawer of the desk you will find a heliograph It Is only n tor but will Justify me They rut together and found tIre lit tie circular mirror The next wave paatcd unheeded Smiling ho went up to tho lamp Even yet there was hope they might go to bed when tho respite came After much talk of disordered hair wan checks rings round tho eyes cracked lips and other outrageous do feet which a pretty woman mourns wham divorced from her dressing table ciatu icu culled him geld1Ila1oInt n k 1 Y u Louis Dy Tracy yin ij II V Author of The tinge of the Morning I Copyright Ieot by Edward J CfodeivAniv1 Xo he Miswcred Bending between the two of them he saw that the point er of HIP iiurlgpope bore due snuthweat though the last siren of which they hind nor knowledge sounded from limo op posits direction He picked up a little trumpet re scmhllng the horn of n motor car I use Mils for tests he explained Its tiny vibrator quickly brought the ticcdjo round toward his lined It Is Improbable In tho highest de gree lint any steamer Is near endigh to affect the aurlscope he wild On n night like this they give the coast a wide bertha lIe quitted them again The girls having nothing better to do watched the dial to set If any change occurred Ho heard them use tho small trumpet three times Then Enid sang out Oh do come dad It goes back to the southwest regularly Ho Joined In tho watch The needle was pointing north In obedleuce to tho sound waves created in tho room Suddenly It swung round nearly half the circumference of the dial Hush lie Raid They listened In tently limit the roar of wind njuf water was too deafening They could hoar naught else He weut to the south west point of the glass dome but the lantern was so blurred with rivulets of water that he could nee nothing save n tawny vostness where the light fell on the nylig spindrift To make sure he tested the aurlscope again mid with the same result A Vessel U approaching from the southwest ho announced gruvoly Evidently she Is whistling for hop I hope she will not attempt to approach I too near tho reef I must lave n look out lie put on an oilskin coat and tied the strings of a souwester firmly bo neath his chin The small door of tine lantern opened toward the bay so ho had no dlfllculty in gaining the gallery The girl- watched him forcing his way agains- the wind until he was facing It gazing In the direction of the Belli Isles Perhaps some poor ship Is In dan ger Connie whispered Enid I makcK mo feel quite selfish Mere was I thinking of nothing but my own peril yet that little machine there was faithfully doing Its duty It was not alone In Its self aban donment We shall never know dearest how touch father suffered when ho I sent us oft with u jest on his lips am sure ho thought the lantern woul bo blown away And he with It Oh Connie Yes He believed If that awful thing took place while wo were below wo might escape I can see It all now I had the vaguest sort of suspicion but he hoodwinked Had we known we would not bar left him cried Enid passionately Yes wo would Think of hint sticking to his post Was It for us to disobey Overcome by their feelings the stood In silence forn little while coultlIEnid screamed loudly Dont dear cried Constance shrilly Father would not remain there It It were dangerous Nevertheless they both breathed more freely when they saw him again an Indeterminate shape against the lumi lions gloom Constance felt that she must speak Time sound of her own voice beat con fidence I have never really understood dad until tonight she said What an en nobling thing In n sense of duty lilt would have died here quite calmly Enid yet he would avoid time least risk out there That would be endangering his trust Oh I am glad we are here I have never lived before this hour Enid style a wondering glance lit her sister Tho girl seemed to be gazing Into depths Immeasurable Afterward the jvords came hack to her mind That would be endangering hits trust Brand faced the gale a full five min rotes He returned hastily There is a big steamer heading this wnya liner I fancy ho gasped halt choked with spray I fear she It disa pled Sho Is tiring rockets mud I sup pose her siren Is going constantly though I coy not hear It He ran tothe room beneath Flush ed with this nor excitement the girls donned their oilskin coals and arrang ed their souwosters When he hur ried up the stalls ho was carrying four rockets lIe noted their preparations Dont come out until I have llred tho alarm signal he shouted and tie your dresses tightly around your kneesThey heard tho loud hissing of the rockets and the four reports traveled dully from time sky Tree while star bursts mid one ml told the Lands land coast guards that a ship In peal of help was near the limit Hock Iroba lily they hind already seen the vessels signals In amy event they would not miss the display from the lighthouse Walking wllh dllllculty the girls 4 crept out on to the balcony Brand hud already gone to the wind ward stile Tho first rush of the gale made them breathless yet they persevered and reached him They wore greeted by a climber but their other with a hand on their shoulders pressed them down amid the spray crashed against the lantern behind them Ho knew they would take no harm When the vessel passed their boots nil stock hugs would be soaked Then ho could Insist that they should go to bed At first they distinguished nothing save a chaotic blend of white and yellow Loan driving over the roof nt nn apparently Incredible speed Overhead tho black pall of tho sky seemed to touch the top of the lantern Around In n vast circle carved out of tho mur ky wilderness tho wondrous bonni of tho light fought nail conquered Its un wearied foes Constance caught th- elyfrgpjc nOAblR or hanve Rtolts 1a t at n lightship nwiiy to limn right Sho fan clod site saw n twinkling ahead lint this wits the St Agnes light and nol ther girl could make out other sight nor sound until llnuid pointed stead ily toward one spot In till darkness Before they could follow his Indica iron they were compelled to duck to nvold another wave Then ns It It hind Just popped up out of the sea they ill hind n tiny white spark swinging slowly across n consldprnblo area It was by that menus tlmpt Brand had es timated the fjlzo and nearness of time steamer and soon they glimpsed tho red nud green side lights though ever and anon these were hidden by the tor rents of water sweeping over her leeks Of the vessel they could see nothing whatever Steadily she rolled along her fearful path Having once found her there was no dllHculty In estimating time ra pidity of her approach Euld whoso eyes were strong and farsighted tau clod sloe caught n fitful vision of n big black hull laboring In the yellow waves Though It was dllllcult to sjteak she crept close to Brand mid screamed Is she drifting on to tho reoV I tear so ho answered Then sho will be lost Yon aimless they manage to pass to Kuthard Luckily for poor human nature men tal stress and physical effort rarely unite forces rime more attempt to re fist the wind the constant watchful floss needed to avoid tire ambitious oas though those strange to say np lJare1 to be diminishing In size nUll volume ns the tide rose served to dull tho horror of the threatened tragedy Brand quitted thom for mi Instant to glue his eyes to limo lantern after will lug n space on time glass He must see If tho lamp needed tending Satisfied by tho scrutiny lic stowl behind the girls who had shrunk closely together time moment he retired They are trying to steer clear of the reef he shouted Twice they linve WIt her head around but the s- Is too strong for thorn I nm lif raid she Is doomedNow unquestionably saw the great boor of the slip Her funnels showed most clearly making sharply dofliipd lilac ilnults on the heaving desert of froth limo plunging whirls of the masthead light were enough to prove how the unfortunate vessel was laboring In what might prove to Jbe her anal agony And the pity of ItJ rte wind was dropping In mother hour time weather might moderate appreciably tho tide would sweep her awoy from tho horri forthconit lightybrave men on boom ready to take any distresst by fate They could plainly hear top hoarse blasts of the steamers fog horn and again a rocket spurted Its paUl to the cloudsShe was barely a mile away and It anything In a worse position than be fore as till wind remained fixed In the stagedto flow back again to tho Atlantic Cnn nothing ho done streamed Constance rendered halt frantic by time thought that the Mteiunor would go to pieces before their ovcs Nothing was trio roster Pray ofcIn grewsomo distinctness they watch ed the vessels approach Time siren I ceased Had those on hoard abandon ed hope Pitching and rolling In n possibilityjon with fatal directness Suddenly a l1ranllsIby west and northnorthwest At low water some two acres of Jagged rocks nro exposed On nil skies the sound j Ings fell to sixteen and eighteen tutu oms What It this helpless leviathan of 10000 tons or moro dead weight were to strike the pillar This was quite possible with the tide at Its pres cut level It all depended whether her bows were raised or lowered at the moment of Impact III the 0110 case she would smash away many feet of rock mum perhaps damage the foundations of the lighthouse In time olhnr her sharp piow would stab Into limo vitals of tho granite amid the lingo column might collapse In common ruin with Its colossal assailant One of the girls he never remember ed which of there spoke to him lie could not answer For a second time hat night he knew what fear meant lIe watched the onward plunging of the vessel with stupefied eyes lit saw ns In n dream that her oltlccrs and rrew were stilt making desperate efforts to weather the reef But with time utter malignity of fate though they might have swung peer to port she would not biulgo a yard to starboard for now both wind nnd waves assailed her most vehemently on the starboard quarter Then when sho was little more than twice her own length distant he was certain that n dim form on time bridge signaled to tho chart house With n miraculous deftness on the assumption that her wheel was put hard over she fell away from tho racing seas Her red light disappeared her green light curve Into full view The next wnvo lifted her bodily With a mad Joy that It slvpuld be able to uso her to butler Its enemy the rock Then she struck with a HlckijuUiR crash that was plainly audible above the roar or the reef This was not enough Another rush of foaming wa ter enveloped her and smashed her ngaln on an Inner ledge There shb lodged falling Inertly over to star board And Brand found its voice once more for as sure ns this terrible night would have Its end so surely hud tho gallant captain of tho steamer refused to Imperil the lighthouse when all hope of saving his ship had vanished Tho tears were In Brands eyes JIll arms encircled time two girls There goes a fine ship commanded by n bravo man ho cried Anti that was tho beginning of the captains requiem CHAPTEU VII 1 IImennparcntly fr ae graver Issues of life or dedta determined ut times It is not 2119r ow Behlnl the trllallt 2 1 u Ihwfficff nien fasten with sttiazemeiit as tho governing factor In event there lies nn Inscrutable purpose Yet to those wntculug the destruction of the splendid vowel there was little evi dense of outer than If blind fury In Clio fashion of her undoing The hoarse words Jmflj scarce left Brands lips beforo a third wave high er mid more truculent than Its prede censors sprang rlltlt over the lost ship nail smothered her In an nvalancho ut rater No doubt this monster swept away of thgolllccrs and crew It was Impossible to be certain of aught save the one thinglimit the steamer wound surely break up before their eyes The wind now blowing In fierce gusts the sea rising each minute tho clouds or spray chasing each other In Irlnllhi noise of the reef made nil sights ami sounds linleOulle nebulous almost fan tastic But when time giant billon receded leaving tho ship like n dark rock Inthe midst of Innumerable enscmles time cit tastrophc tool place which Brand would have foreseen were lids thoughts less tumultuous With time support of the sea wllhdrnwn from halt Its length tho lingo hull must either slip back Into deep water or break In two Tlie slender steel shell of nn ocean Inner Is not constructed to resist the law of gravity acting on full 5000 tons So the solid looking colossus cracked ilk n carrot and time nfter part fell buck Into tho watery chasm there to IK swallowed Instantly nmld a turmoil which happily clrowned time despalrlnv shrieks of for more than unit of those on board Constance amid Enid screamed bitter ly In their woe but again they were saved from utter collapse by the ex Igcnclcsof the moment Brand who exported to see tho remainder Of till ship blown up by tho Inrushlng of till set to the furnaces dragged them forc lily below tho level of tho protecting balustrade Yet nothing of time sort took place A vast cloud of steam ru hcd upward but It urns dissipated by time noxt breath of the gale This ImIdont told the lighthouse keeper much The ves sel hail ben disabled so long that her skillful commander finding time motive power of no further avail and certain that iris ship must bu driven ashore lad ordered the flrcj to ho drawn and the steam to bo exlwusied trout nil collcrs except one Therefore her shin ft was broken rwisoned Bmnd Prolm bly time accident hnd otvurrpd during tho height of the hurricane amid her Peering gear of little use without tho driving force of tho engine to help might have been disabled at time some timeWllcntho horror strickon watchers looked again at thjjjwreck time forward part hind slilflod tts position It toe now iyntr hrgx HUtlc oa to the sots cud limo loftjrtforemnBt thrust Its truck to within n fOvf feet of tbom They wore spared one ghastly scene which must surely luc bereft the girls of their censps Time majority of tie filet class passongpraiJiBd pa there In tj4e8aloon S flue clung like limpets to tho main Ban jfny n number most ly then crowtlod together In the draw hut room on tho promcnado duck Fnr tlllTr limit t fin the ollllllot eu as the coinpnnloirhntchwnys bad been locket by tho olllcor of time watch the decks Ireinlf iiPU Impassable When the mill yielded foe spacious Si1loon ti4 cspoMHl to tho vicious waves Ftmltng this now cavern opened to thorn frroflt liquid tongues sprang Into thi darkueas nail ll kod out imp less Allot linn by the seao Of this ap palling Incident thoe In tho lighthouse knew nothing until Ions afterward tlmou time ship struck time electric dy namos stopped and all her lights went out The lighthouse lump owing to Its rays being concentrated by Iho illoptrle lens helped not ninll to dissipate the dim and ghastlyMJfllon hCII Ill th but the great frame oliV fore part of the vessel served as n breakwater to some extent and tomporarljy withheld time waves from beating Against the col umn Ilunce Brandv straining his eyes through the Hying ruck fancied he could make out the figure of the cap tain as he loft time and with same of tutu crow tootc shelter behind tlo structurjlof the library and state cabins on what trinnliipd of time prom enade deck At time stime moment the frenzied occupants of the library and gangway contrived toburst open the door of time main COIllI llllollIIf they hind to tile tl IK die In the open and not boxed up In Impenetrable darknesA As n mutter of fart time rolls were forced by a urns who fired hits revolver at them The sea quickly discovered this new outlet Tin next wave passing through tho saloon lilt tons of water pouring through time open hatch One good re sult accrued Tho strong canvas awn lilt which prolonged the spar deck was carried away and the group of surely ors benumbed with cold amid wholly overcome by tfielr desperate position could see the entire height of tho JrallI No column In front crowned with ItllI diadem of brilliance Time liberated passengers raft It for time first time The sight lirought nil hopp Between ship and lighthouse was n true innej Strom off more than sixty fret of water created by tho backwash from tho stbriework amid tho shattered hull laves It time passage could bo mantle of What avail was It The Iron entrance door wits full fifty fcctnbove the pres rut level of time caIt could only bp approached by way AItlm rungs of Iron Imbedded In the and 0V ell wave even In the comparative inoleratlon caused by tho obstructing wreck swept at least twenty feet of tho Hinooth stone tiers It Is this very fact llmt prevents rock lighthouses from sel dom If ever serving us refuges for ship wrecker sailors The ascending ladder Is so exposed tho sert usually so till bulent under the leasts stress of wind that no human being cull retain Jmild hold or footing Yet there was one faint ijumce of succor null it was dot u sailor who grasped It The first that Brand knew of tho duapiiiilo venture wits time sight of n spectral mini climbing up limo shrouds of time foremast On a steamer whoso yards nro seldom used for sails the practicable rppc ladder ceases nt the fore main or mizzen top as tho case mny be Thenceforward a Ballot must climb with hands and feet to the truck a feat which may occasionally bo necessary when the vessel Is la aIcaIt s bardlr ever attempted tit a Ii aIThe renlnrr oiup imlivMual who thus sudden1 inmlo hlmxolf the center orI observation carried a line with him Not uhtirtict essayed the mroiii l portion of life portions nswist did Brand millio what time other Intraulfd to do wlltrji was nothing less thou to nwh the truck the very top of tho iitjut nitd on douvor to throw a rope to the gallery Alai he might sttecowl too that vto the marvel of It Tlio tnpprlug inir ennu very near to them perhaps twelve fcit distant nnd UK wind would certainly carry tho rope JJCIWM the chasm If carefully throwJl A tow strong tumid noire men might tilt Ibis aerial ferry Well better they titan none llrikvc fellow Would Itttt tho Lord might help him Higher and nearer swung the stal wart youngster for none but n Illho nnd active lay could climb u polo with much winy vigor At lait he nwelnnl time truck und a faintly heard JjliOut from beneath mlnglitl with the hyster teal delight of Hnld and Constance when with legs twined round the mast II rested ids ruts fur nn Instant on he lint knob of the truck hurt his face cone Into tilt lower ocns of the light strong clean shiny n clear cut font tm n square tte rmliied chin two dark oatiioBt oyo mud a mop of milled black hair for as deer tlllkcr cap 1m d bovn off pre 10 cleared the spar deck Look out for the line they heard dm shout The wind vako beMouldilululy hot evidently dlstln ulsh nn syllable of Brands answering tail Shall I nmko fast i Cant hour n tong he cried If on cnn hear mo hold n hand up Brand obeyed Catch this llnu ho wont on It Is ttnchod tu n block with n running acklo Html In arum aka fast The mctntphoiier iSwutrd Brand to Tonstanco She darted nniiy in bring t null whim the tulviiturcr clinging o tin foronmut had thrown fi roll sue ossfully Brand took the htnJlDuL Why dont you cowl this WI The tliers will follow ho 11lI1I0wl- tJTheC lire women mind children own below They mint Ix raised first nd they cannot climb tho inset wins ho reply AH right hilt sonrt up n couple of allots Wo nre short bunded ero- lllghto smug out till other cheer ly though ho wondered why three mon hould anticipate difficulty Down he wont Without v IUnp- Irand and tho girls hMnl1 lustily nt ho rope It was no thlkll ploy to olst n hiuvvy pullry amid several bun Ired feet of stout oonlnpe Jim than nco they fmrcd time first thin role onM brMk hint It was good hump mi soon the block wax Itooknl to till troujt Iron atiinehWns of the ratling fo hake assurance doubly sari llttiud old Itnld to take serfnil turns of the pare frond around the hook truth time idjn ent rsiis- Mnnwhils OoiMUnce and ho saw hilt lire ropy was movie through the Ulley without Uwlr nsslstHine Thou hroich the whirling cull 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