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or Low rates to many other points For write B S YENT T P A 101 E Main Lexington Ky J C BEAM Ji A G P A 0 II 11UNGERFOKD P A St Louts MoLouisville Ky I 5HHES35H5ES25HSHHHSESE5H SHSHSHSESHS 5HSHSHSHSHSB r a FLOYD DAY resident J SAML IIi AD Jn Cashier 0 F P CRAWFORD Vice Pres W S IIOFPKR Asst Cashier K M P DAVIS Acting Cashier K tazsxzzszix- I JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK h i 3 Jackson Kentucky G n ooPaidS- ft W- j5 t YoBol5eittheUankiufrBugine3sandaccountsof jj jjjS1 Business Men S 1 Merchants S Farmers S w Eastern Kentucky and offer our Customora 3- J t Throughout the Most rn A B Rn H m tho limits of legitimate business t rJ tLWithin ir COLLEOTIONS A SPEOIALTYW SvSZSLr2s522S2S SiiCas+ 5w25u uiAS t1i 1 1 g t4 f Jc f I r r v BREAfHIT4 t i rfOU NTV NEWSIf J c salh t A A CAWPT01N CITIZEN Salmagundif iP KDITOK News I11rII1 you allow nies a JO i6 your tonnwritten by tho Creator of Salrna r cundi and published in tho Corn rt ton Gourior of May 10th About the first flow of eloquence is when f Ito says that the Louisville Herald seeks to saddle upon the Dem ocratic party tho responsibility of Judge Cantrills sickness partyfthat when it is aware of the many things that the Democrat have already chose to take upon them selves But the inference to be drawn from tho above referred to itI writing is to cause those who do c not understand tho facts in tho case to think that Judge Cantrill has been stricken with sickness since his election to the hinli alike 8 for which he now draws the Milray anyfsuch is not tho fnct in the case During the heated campaign waged by Messrs Cantrtill and Carroll for tho Democratic nomination for thej oflice above referred to Judge 0111I trill while at Owenton Ky for the purpose of making n speech in his own behalf was stricken with paralysis and for a time it seemed that he could not survive but his life was spared and ho was nominated and elected by tho Dem ocratic party of that district as ludgo of thin Court of Appeals And all this occurred while Judge Cantrill was no more lit for Judi cial service than he is at present Now in carry the responsibilityslip tole tho Republicans according ttheLL ini T i it in iiThe w next outburst is thlltI Nothing hood can be truthfully saidof tho Republican party organization in this State as now existing and nothing discreditable can bo said of tho Democratic organization Well did you overhear any thing like that before The gentleman must think that his party is on tho ithroad of Holiness to such an extent that it can not commit a wrong sinco it has committed about all the things that wo common people had been taught to regardas wrong since our lirst remembrance a Cow of which might be milled as fol lows Robbery perjury fraud ballot box staling intimidation only need to look back 1I few days to the trial of the noted Louisville case of tho frauds c I tried in tho Court of A ppcals and see that the attorneys for tho Dem ocratic candidates did not attempt to deny the fact of corruption intimidation c but said if they had not been committed that they still would have won You will also remember the speeches of tho Democratic Attor neyGeneral tolling the voters that use all tho power he had that ho couldnot check tho unlawful wade of money by tho State ollicors who so far as I know are all Democrats unless indeed as they say Attorney General Hays lets been counted out of their party since he had the impudence to standup in the face of the bosses and toll them of their cussedness And as for tho liquor question tho Republicans are like tho Democrats some favor its sale some do not I think we could snake n very good showing long sido them in that particular in this little town and in fact any place I have over lived As for me I am absolutely opposed to the manufacturing and sale of same to such an extent that I do not buy soil or drink it at mill Now fellow citizens of Wolfe and adjoining counties the wail raised in the Campion Courier is only tho cry ofn politician that Isees that unless something can bo mind that quickly that tho party that ho looks to for pie when relegatedli plenty of time to consider why 7 I- y 1 qIay rll 3 4 arid Ir itnsr yJrem t tb sr drr thin uminiiy Ibell front theh hardworking t IIem toilers of the rlIHI old LSmimonwcalth of Konllfkj 1 7 ndusion lint r tin and doit ot tin uliran fbrany oJlicdffJ lin the gift of IholleQII tIt tItle or county nlitlwr 11m 1 flag to ho hut I cant wlp 111I I t voice when I see the party tlofnl1s medo this grail to ours what j is assailed lnm91 valtso solely tar the sake 8JIiIcrcrmC GontlenJ n lu t ttJ Cllt 1110 action or tlii6ir pest record tlQ1PI1Btt Jtqjlt as you business proositimr Intl l ntleman will see his 1I9omflorit t es hate a minus of abU acne num lJQr Kentucky will ThlmeJ amid- as I ho says yo viihave another abundant crop d even the Democrats iI1I lycclhnl1co to earn an honest liftJ J Srumtlx ROUSSfAU i Mrs P Mclnt fctaade n busi voss trip toTaclSojBl6ndav tJTheat HQuf seuu has rccuhJfi nil APilicJ tions for nicmbel ftj rcpnljritog to teach the buqttl J toolMrs Dill1fd5tr Jjo f tc n is visiting icrt r Lucinda- Miller or 1luys wis srlry low with cousutiiiitiori Daniel Mcfnt de SJovtly and others prrbn Sjio a JtJ00 congregation at l Iloashrau church lat Sundav Chas SRpltun tt1C1 n of- cholgra ykl alt t fowls ififiran tSoKl and binruhlecd flrI Day Bros Co VOLKI3 COVX- JlStHSwatesr T A Rose nmdcaJus5noss trip to Campion last SrtWrfliiy I S IIe H mule last wool to a r 150 80S0hbiiTom rgancounty- was visiting Hoses re George Buch l has been sick for some ttiiie cult fever is convalescent SfMiss Mary Swanfjo has none to Illinois to spend a vacation of two months with friends und relatives Farmers in this section are badly delayed with thoir work espe cially in planting corn owing to tho backward weather nndII lute springValentine Brewer announces himself as a matrimonial candidate anti solicits correspondence from ills girls of Wolfq and Hrcathitt counties Last Sunday n week ago the communion incctii g was held with the Regular Jia itist church at Stillwater A goo lly number par took of the bread and wine A C Wells lon Williams and Corsie Morton were guests of J M Swango recently and Mr Wells informed your i tribe that they were most highly entertained Rev Jeff Uroi ver has had the misfortune to 100 a rood milch cow a nice yonn r colt and a work steer in less that i a week Rev Brewer says he i of the opinion they ate some po ison Uncle Robert J Hoso has returned from Par oil county where lie had been visit lug his sun Wil liam Mr Hose is 7S years and- S months old am i can ride ti horse liS well as a sixtt en year old hoy- Dmmwo D C Scott Avon Isays I used Hour be m Hog Cholera Remedy after oi her remedies had failed and it si jecdily effected a cure It his cur id several herds in my noiKhborhqe rd without the loss of a single hog i Sold and guaran teed by Ay Dos o 4 4- i 1 b- p R r1 mot x 1 IIA 1 uwri1ii aoooI000 ollltDli U l1lMCo By BERNARD BRAIN9RD I titepjnght teM by K C l rII8 Tllliiis the sell was out of ifeflrl lleat- H hoMitM Ilijt f A H i tl8iau tiljar tills yqyiiii mar t qfight lyaro nvn calUM tMeeli tins 11111 lriAWrh ba was drosOI1oa td purtkuler nUhllnl n 1JIJiri1 I i- 1iIY tfIn 110 faint ill t Out tfordarn t peal r I litwln +l h ildalt1imtJrI Offrlll j 4 wawiouhuIyof spew t iiljKsuWj In Its midst earthy l ed ami tinlshia aroIte+ tk lint he flUltsrtt ilft the sound oitUttP flultttlnWIinflip glaucetl upat histjio tvna stjjMIoil to nee ri yotinjt v6inairlftv Il feet away She worq a pretty whltu suns upr coitunu l11inllrl1 with rlWHiiy and n huge l hilt In her bniitliDio onrrieU n whltesllk para sot Imwbvcr saw only the CI1IIl helllltul face Mio look like n quiion was Ills thought as Itc arose and lifted his list young lily could not have fallen to are him but to Ilentlys surjrlsc sligidid not notlco his sfllutrtlon Itent UMMjpil after her in natoolfhminU t rR9vtll i walk- tilltnlonbhsgqM occaiiioiitjQ pausing to look Iff aims fholco specimen I ratty very nearly fa161cd that jhls proud Intruder tins a pbintnsy bump sail lie stood Bturrtiig sifter her Until r4ir dlnnpypurod Tlieu he Uwlil trl tp follpw lUll 1Vhitextio again sp peftTOl heron tiim ali was bending beer 11 rosebud iWlrat arb tlieso al e snUw bidl cntlmnfl tttiu r Unfa With tor Muer atg unwsr V fend ik rflretlthe vnrl ty of iha mt I r- titg fI very rara uqL 1nenr lio ndltljji v 1 rJtrenk 1t1 h91nl lozen- labimtleltia on7ttv Jrtir SlI ttfa 1 fl tr jl 1 Beift- t 11 r aG t11 if I I In t f7- 8hf siHis to lie perfectly nfllhmofliu tii rtninl me egad as Wieearth unde- rJr test I must find souse way to ask this iiiasnlllcont young jHrson what her biislnpiw Ix Kerr ills perplexity was dlNx IIcd for n time by the ludy lookliiR over her shoulder and enlllngfsoftly Will you oini here a iiioniMit- Ilontly tree Room nt her liMeIWhat is too name of thnt beautiful flseV she UNku 1 In lee1 that rose- the undo of his jmnlen wns n splendid iHlmtn which Itwitly had watch tsl unfold IK the nnd only n short time before ho hail overseen It rnnsplnnled In the garden Two 1 llnI Iful blooms were on this BtalU Ho toll liar Its IIRmeIClip too olT n rose please She noticed Uentlyu hesitation and itranitc cxproflslon and sakI I sup pore you know I am Mlaa Bianoyr Tho name still left Ilcntly decidedly In the llurk but he clipped a ruga hind lretIlntlMllt to her with a bow Mlis IHaney overjtblnit In till gar Ion Is yoiiw he mid gnllntitly f1 ntn glad you are aware of It slloI rei hail as silo pinned on the rose 1 thought you doubled iny right Not In tho least ho snld Your malt Is too much of nn honor With your pernilMlon I will show you through till garden Ierlmps there Is loinetblne ole you would fancy Ills Intended Irony was lost on Ida tAIl visitor She allowed liliu to walk by lour stile like n pet or a rat not ambling herself to speak further lion II polntod out nnd naked her to accept sonic of his ilumt beautiful spec iiniib but every time she refused No thanks 1 shall ask no more tae rors I BW you alt Joaloiw of your peter ago Mill Llttlo wonder you 114111hI8 plflco lnniitlflll In n short tlpic thief bad flulshod ate nHpoctlnii of tho garden Iud looking ip she wild Would you like to re nnln here or have you other arrnnxe IlltltsfIteutly li ohed at her In surprise Wel1I certainly I would like to re main that Is If you Lace no objec lion Ire said with n mocking suille- Ml s inanoy replied nuttier musluely- No I do not tblnk 1 could do better Sho nllowwl her eyes to rove over the ffnnlctt It IB n bountiful place I lUll dollglilKl wltli IL Iteiitjy liowod law I would like this iiiostloii settled at onto she said ire yrtit willing to engager Time humor of It all began to appear to Iteutly But sins lltaney bo snM it Is iny duty to ware you that I sum n very lilfli prlccil personnuo I do not tuluU you can take thin ad vantage of me beeniuo I Ant n wom nn site replied quickly for you will null tbut I am n good buslnosa wonmii I can unsure you Your salary will Im according to your service and in more Then she added less emphatic ally nut try to plwiKO mo std you will fled we will have no occasion to quarrel over your compensation Miss Hlancy nud Uently were now walking toward the house Looking at her watch sue said I shall not have time to BO Into tIle louse today Thank r I k + j j t I e e z L JI r l j t tf f ifJ a tr4 1 IIq1 CLarAest CjrCulatit I tiX r rI OF ANY PAPER IN THIS SEC- TI0raae el i IJik ra I etcYou wumttobdum ilVillett invniifjlq7Yctnedy centlrI hothouse spaniel = Ih+ you for slimvlufe mime Uirungii Die art ten Them clUitu pleasantly Vlia c ii tour punier Mj wime II ftntly 1m replied vuwl iiuy IMotlr Hiw said 1- think we dull egreew latIOIttI nodding to litin rtbe noted on in the Direction of hr cnrriA Tlji foot inn n nliuhitM and opened ILe door uml Winiiy wiitdiHil tier drive ofrnjr Several uiornliiKH later liotulr out fur n mornings ride on lijjjjrorli iadille luirte when lie saw tiv rlnsc appruflciilutt i1U itroptapta fn It Ilk hllrt boat4 halt cn d ns hu ulmied J1C1f IJInnoy Tlio other pcrnpi was a- ral tfrtnUf agent qtljp inutuf df Hunt wlili vrliorn Btintly AH well nciiunlut CI aH the hllljrjt1 I ldrMI tsl hsliAt to MI liiuifs lm i1 Ulan 1a ilL l hilt ltJITIll 1 niistait ngtraaita auiylllItly JIJltI t up gt Mf VI tfttr UlealIle saw hurietni user anU tt la a hurried onsioua way He turned Ills horses head and fol lowed nt u respectable distance but not until ho had given tho cnrrlago ample time to disappear As iio fol lowed atnyh In Tile road hu saw It pass JIH tII pDoporty und tryn into the eS lute rtrJJTJtulns him Thou tho light liroko ovifruiu4iu j he sale through it nil lie inndi a quick dash for home nod to IIDIne his rldhiK bsrtiuic hivv lig n prosontlment that ho wnRfeolnsr to have tt call from Mss Blaney tfUjfOy celled mud n kcd for rOll Mr it She would not come lnsp I tthv e tier a neat In the summer house while I hunted you up- Itcntly sprang to his feet and hare tened to the summer house Before ittichlns the hhiisehe saw jietap pronelilng V 1 discoe1 to nttstnk1iitati eor do could 8cil and have Dull to qrB rlz3 racertntnltier 0 mere llUnsopnmL tlj e taututniIh dflas Iunnej begs BenlIy I consldor 1tllCn a notice 1 Put Iu IntcrniiitWl liNopliasea- llow wo to ttplalui About n year usO my nwlf piiiihadeiftlio mxt property nUll mute iiirt n pre1fUIHor It I attn It abet hut for tI fllptIIlUfSoul y JUl ioAure we nU1 1 1el1 y 1 retunlell to tike IosaiSiSi On Tuexdfllof hurt week r ittovt alt to roqltI1Ii14 to IU1 e met 11r Ila7tIt 1i11Qrlnll b t mhl lIllti1ttl c l eRim11IIuhilhi oneihUII Ii 0 t r1t f 1011Jmfominis and yon naturally sunpifeu blot to Ix the Kiinlcnor The khan Think of how I lichnvcd onlprinl yis oixlercd yon to cut mo tligse UowinJ Oh She covered her taco with her hands for a moment Vnsirt that splendid The young roan laughed joyoiwly lint you wore somewhat to blame yonnclf sho said with an Indignant flash of her Rplondhl dark eyes You must hare realized my mistake nt onto Yon wore very unkind out to tell moN My dear Miss Ulnney I tad not the least Idea whO yon wore It tool mo until tills mornlnt to realize the true state of affairs On Wednesday I was nt n lots to tell whether It was n queen of the royal blood or a fairy princess who so smlilonly appeared before me I only know that I was elated at her compniif awl highly disappointed when left Iteutly ncrouipanled her to her car rhufe anti handul her In I hope you will not worry over our our little comedy Will your Not n lilt 1 felt bail for awhile hut Im through with It I am not seeking trouble Karl Ilontly passed a happy BUimcr All hlft horseback rides sails golf tennis and little picnics wore In company with her It scorned to licntly that be had loved her train the first glance he got of her that inornlnpln the garden Mommy of their small parties also In dUlled Mr Hlancy the father null Miss Ilcntly Karls sister They mimic an Ideal numlicr The former always went to sleep and the latter Inst her self In1 her fancy work Quo beautiful October night when the Ilentlys were having n house party Unrl ineptly with u dosfgnlng mind Ino 1tal MlS8r laner out this vufaruJn to tape a look at the mOvniIlaJU f rue garden slopt uuder the f p1c nlld full moon putt the waters of tho souud yore covered with n sheen of silver It was there I saw you Hrst he gold pointing to n path of white gleaming amid a dark preen On that very spot we parted on that beautiful inoriilaK In June und thoro you Made me a promise Mia promise ly n light graceful movement she drew hack until her taco come within Ute slwdow of nu overhanging wood Lilac I win ropent your words I believe we will agree Ah seal como from tho shadow of the rate nut that wits to toy gardener not to time real landed proprietor who took hlM place Your ganloner hits mums hack lIe asks to be your icrvnnt ymr slave anything you kid him If you will let plat love you Hut remember be milled remember I wnrnod you I would III sntlnllwl with no jmltry fiuia for my wage My iirlcc Is the very hlghoit 1- wuglanbleIt In yourself Jardeuor mind slave lint now this sounds lllo master mrhe mur inured Let them all bo merged Into one word lover Two beads were In the shadow of the woodbine now and the moon hid boulha a cloud A i- r J its +i t t 3UCKED SLOT MACHINES ce 60 Itetwrts hi ttcjlnfly jitvw of the pnpt tswReek tell of an old prefoi or In Jill 1 sets clgiity y irn of nge wlu after i v HfWoiis thrift und economy had sue cpfHlesl In ucoiimnlntiiif n competence 14 of 12000 every com of which Iictiad lately lust as n result of bucking plotbinachlneK Tlw reports pirturo tho old 4 t n i ylIOOIIJJUiIUiiCFcek Isitlu nud Froudi books W ll jJbfI1IJflJ acwinpanlmcnfn of his A former years of good horso HOIUO and l lhdustry 1Viilie 1110 luatanoe uteri Isy fcI11I11tratlollf IiOIItkl1etit rIirsen ii t19 t11 b a Hluf N1nrf1u lI milli tS l utldoI- til l1 dtte U aA i a llrtrfu- rofimuk leIl a is n teat to rnlud r 4theirlogical If not olwnys actual destiniUou t o of tho slot tnaehtneheroteerr i r SQUIRriELO VEK8USVJTRPS t- Wo Have l ceii watching vtlth 4eraulo Intgrtfit 0 cpiitrorcrsy that Ihwbeing C rrrfed o lir llfhtbeNluruns of n paper In n nearby1 the red ftrpjlrrej One correst rbolds that due to protcctlroawlIHI Y i have IJCCOJIKJT positive huWnco with Ju lime eigstyo tag and lie of all the much prIzed y4ei1lkitI1igIJIPa r k t 1Itifilol1 WtcRthnt theylpmnge S4 tho IJt M tltggrnled wJlllo tlleAJulio nn iiirifario t n b s fOf Fever since rue ins r fr when ire plckedalip It pleofrKozymf o 11 kiW + r J hart boon Lit J tt Inff red squV 11 3R9il-tlp losrs birds and J tweet von t- J n =J fESTff Jf 7 2 II EiiSQSITJtoN jOo ai h i t f VIA 1 r fE ttIjIinr Ittfjj Iiit kJ r- cV i e 4rtrANDW 6oone yay t jtt j to f i1 etIflk tot4A delightful trip through the pic uix tulcs tau mountain country ofNorth Carolina For illustrated literature rates and full informa tion write any passenger agent f SOUTHERN RAILWAY lC II UCSGEHFOHDJDist Pass Agent t Louisville Ky L AND Ittircs OrM i lrifnl Pneumoniai XgGAZINE READERS SUNSET MAGAZINE- btautifuileiluttatrdgsodtoties aU the Fat Wert CAMERA CRAFT devoted each month to the ar time of the belt work oIamateursod profetuonal photographers Sl50 a I a 100C 1iII ROAD OF A THOUSAND WONDERS I 1a book of 75 pages containing 120 colored of picturesque ipott ia California Oiecon yet year So75 y ITotal 325rJ All for X50 Address all orders to tSUNSFT MAGAZINE J hood Building Sao Francisco =Reduced Rates r yL4rQUEEN P CRESCENTROUTE 4 ON THIS 1ST AND 3RD i i TUESDAYS r ts OF EACH MONTH rr TO 31ANV POINTS SOUTtlM1- yt Winter Tourist TicketstuNow on sale good returnina I till May 31st 1907 For prrticulars write a Iw II C KING 0 P T Alr t LexingtonlIfyr a n- t i- I The Breathitt News I I tSI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE t a J VISE HAGINS EDITOR J l4 M A H PATTONI ATTORNEY AT LAW i r4 II OFFICE IN CRAWFORD DLDG JACKSON KY t s2 Ji JH5SHSESHHH5H5ESE5HSHSE I SWANQOF I a PJWSIQIAN AND SUF c O I i- J I OFFICE IIOURS8A M TO 4 P ft I IN HAUdlS BUILDING cvJACKSON KENTUCKY n H2SE5HSE5ESESHSE5HSHS5 ti phone64 FRIDAY MAY 24 THE ACQUITTAL Ck By the verdict of a formally constituted jury n in the halls of a supposed templo of justice after a trial under the established forms of law Jim Hargis was acquitted at Lexington Thursday morning of the charge of the murder of James Cockrill in Jackson Thus ends another chapter in the crim hnl history of Kentucky a chap ter for comment of tho future his torian and for reflection for tho present citizen It is not always possible to thwartnnd prevent the ends of a jhstioe but jtmuat be sorrowfully said an that to the shi inennd- reprollh of some Kentucky courts anddfficersi that tho fms of law and its machinery iaro sometimes diverted and t e into ways of escape and protection of criminals Sorrowful for us of the living firicviqus for those of the dead dark and gloomy for those of the that if is possible for human lmqan human machinery to nrreijandtprevent the fulfillment and dication of the law We tnni + tJiourltvjaJJlWUi Atv who arc removed from these 1 + Q Snes of bloodshed n d the sue t cecdiag4cenesof impurity and corruption of the days when hope of happiness and home had fled 4 from our land and darkness and despair raged rhmpant of the days when law hadceased and anarchy reigned supreeeit may not bear to the horror and awfulness depicted to usI but those days arid events can never be forgotten while there remains any o the present generations of the citi ensfb BreathittrJcounty The people Hero know of the condition of affairs in Breathitt county during these perilous days assassinations and of the causes that led to tho assassinations of our citizens The people hereI 1and throughout tho State and A country know who aro responsi ble for these crimes and while tho verdict of this so called jury 1 will relieve Jimmie of any punishment V for this crime by tho laws of the State of Kentucky yet we doubt if Ufa verdict 0of these e twelve men 1 willchange the opinion of a single Kentuckian as to his guilt There is something rotten in tho execution of tho law of Kenz r tricky which we attribute to tho State House gang at Frankfort t Wo are tired of the domination of the Beckinghams the lingers the Dorscys and the Bill Carncscs willInext 111ection like the 11Breathittitt county gang out in 1905 law Kentuckyrnever will till tho gang is turned do out lock stock and barrel The only way to do it is to vote the Republican ticket straight this fall Oh Kentuckians lay aside redeemt34 cry of tho people of Breathitt jcounty Como over and help us tyyWo have made arrangements by i which wo can furnish the Louis 1i yule Post daily from now until November 9th for 100 The cur wlrj her you accept the offer the more papers you wiil got i Sop with Hart Bros at Reed of k j when Jn Lexington 9 tn tt i- r r Quicksand Everybody is getting along very nicely planting corn in this locality 1Tames Back Jr passed through a ow days ago drumming for Armour Co Burnum Back is able to bo out again after having a severe attack of the pneumonia fever IMiss Hattio Kraul our Sunday teacher has returned sitar an absence of two or three months to friends and relatives in Chicago lOurhumble servant Mike liobi helping to plan and work on the bridge which is being erectedacross tho mouth of Quicksand J 1 C back G W Whitaker and II H Gibson returned few days ago from South Fork wheno they had been on business for the company they represent William Sewell had a log roll iflg i few days ago and there were several present All wo want is plenty of workings and weddings so we can get plenty of good din ners SIIt PC oq rPETERS SHOES week Johnson business Athol News 1FOR Theyre the you should call for to comfort style youI reasonable price Theyre built factories from the carefully selected materials over lasts conform properly with lines the 50rHeavy I for wear 1 65 1 85 are from 25 I J to 50 more thannpujjprjces 1 j S L BETYS Ill 1 attended Junior lodge at Rousseau Sunday D G Tones John Frailey of Lost t Creek Sunday hfas iff for J J C Back I The people of this vicinity a about done planting corn Mrs Barnett has been at Smith Branch and will take charge of tl office at once and move it to wlie she now lives near tho mouth of South fork of Quicksand KNOX COUNTY Hujel Mr and Mrs Robert entertained number of friends t Miss Allio D Barbourville is Miss Liz 10 Spurlock Tho funeral of James Walker conducted Sunday last by Rev Bert Woolums anda large crowd attendedtMiss Troy Baker who hits bee her sister Allio Mills o Clay has returned home an absence of four month- st Rev Dan Bingham organized school hero last Sunday Vc trust that Bro Bingham will good work here as it is ureatlfl Coal mining is the occu pation title Elys is three ica quarters of a milo long and about car loads of coal are 8hippedr dally UNCLE County Judge Brewer and Coun Attorney W B Bullock of Owsloy county went before tho State Board of Supervisors at to have tho four per coot raise taken off of Dwsle county proJcrtyn Jos P Rose J Wolfe county was a visitor in Jackson of tic weep- Ji Jetts Creek Wilson Gabbard was tho guest of G B Woods Sunday- II C Bryant of Oakdale here the first of the Mrs Huram Bryant visited the Bryant brothers here Miles Caudoll anti Wilson Terry of Turkey were here Samuel mado a trip to Athol the first of tho week S J Crawford of passed through hero the first of the week Miss Ruth Terry of Turkey was visiting her aunt Mrs John Evans the past week Mr and Mrs Paul Woods vis ited their daughter Mrs Bryant at Oakdale Sunday Mrs Lewis Wise found the largest root of ginseng recently that was over seen in this neck ol the woods It weighed 3 ounces and she sold it for 50 cents Two weeks ago there was not Sunday school in this neighbor hood and in our correspondent to Tho wo asked that some n Shoes if want get and wear in most gj that the of feet Tuesday Angeline NOTE THE PRICES 5 Ladies Tip- Bluchers g 1 25 Ladies Pat Tip Bluchers 1 50 Vici Kid 2 25 2 50f Mens Ladies Shoes very thing country to fAll these goods really worth per cent per pair S TAUL demons Elihue Clemons visited Dorcas appointed postmaster tAdinner Sunday Matthews visiting was visiting county Sunday needed- s leading branch Frankfort Tuesday ExRepresentativo was Sunday Sunday Mens =one come and start a school here Now we have two goods zed schools and to our friends we vjll say that if they aro in need of thing inform The News and your wnnts will soon be fulfilledUNCLE JOSH FINCASTLEr- o Joo Stamper bought of Crate Kincaid a pair of mules last week for 275 J D Shoemaker was visit Iehis brother at Lee City n few days rolast week Mr and Mrs S Kincaid were visiting their son B N Kin caid at St lichens Sunday Miss Eva Hogan of St Ilclc was visiting her sister Mrs A Akers at this place Sunday B Akore and Walter Lit tlJen went up on tho middle fork last ofCIt is reported that Mrs T Cason has bought out Bill Trend way on the head of the creek Price 1500 Thomas Cable has sold his ox and quit logging Conn gfot There was a promise made by L E Railway Co to ere JfarMiss Lucinda Cable returned Frankfort Thursday rvher- he had been attending the State lodge of tho Daughters of Amer on She reports a nice time Lots of corn planted in this sec last week11o noto that on cfputtinagrounds Some predict plenty ofns corn for this vicinity this season to Pill RANGER and T S Trent of the Quicksan- neighborhood was hero on bus Saturday F S Brown formerly of Camp Robbinsj the w I I Whitney Carriages f hAND GcDcDAFRTSIHI J WRITE FOR c MARCHaAND CARPETS i v S GREArJ Sr RUG STOREI L ClING O = Steam Engine and B ilr For Sale I have a good 24 horse po++ engine and boiler for sale 11i sellsame cheap Any ono desi ing to buy can call at my sto and examine and get pricesI2932 M Fusionists Win Contest The Court of Appeals Wednes day handed down nn opinion I tho contest election cases from tl ion city of Louisville and Jefferson county upholding tho contention of the Fusionists and declaring ii Sj election void Urns reversing tl decision of the Jefferson Circu S Court Tho effect of he decision is to- M f depose the e ire list of Democratic otUcor from the Cour y l1111ivacancies by ap intment election for all city andcouul OT d f e o omis 1 W 2 Eubank of Kiddville W was here Wednesday looking aft 3T the interests of the hurt Bra ib1 Lumber Co Commissioners Sale Morgan Circuit Court TiffinV s Linden Allen Deft By virtue ofa judgment and order of sale in Ihe abovestyled cause rendered at its March term 1907 1 will at the front door pf the Court House In the town of Jackson Drcatlitt county Ku nlltucky at one oclock p in on Monday May 27 190 7 it being county court day expo andIOJrmonths the undivided one thi interest of John Allen one of tl defendants herein in and to rtract of land in Hreathitt count Kentucky on Quicksand creek bounded and described n3 towit t standBat the upper end of tho W S farm and is the npreed line of Ilson Lovely thence up tho hill with tho cG line n 34 w 54 pol s to two pal of a yellow cliffof rocks on ti UBic 4 poles to two blacks hickories and chestnut on top of ll the high knob between Quicksand Preston Crafts branch thence down with the top of the rltfgd and with rPreston Crafts n 2HV 14i poles to a locust n 7i w 25t poles to a o ak n 7fli w 49i poles to a locust n 46 w 53 poles to a locust n 7 T w 8 poles 5ct3 n w n i 14 poles to the top of n rocky n GG w 18 polo to two spotted oaks s 83j w 6 tL 2 poles to a toohills 14 w 28 12 polo s to a birch the knob of the ri go thence- continuinJ down tho I till crossing main Quicksand s i 6 12 w 29 poles to a stake and bech pointer tho south bank of Quicksand eek thence down salcreek n poletona line tree thence n 5w83 poles a stake and small blck walnut ash pointers on t hill std a fielddw s andhickory rPrestontop of said ridge I 45w 4 poles s 9 13 e83 12s o s o 4kf t t r7 1 fro tftocognizod wj I as the tftest in tho mVK World lie Carr a cargo elno alI Popular Prices US rALOGUEf FURNITURE n sourwood s 29 w lot poles to a black oak bush 8 Hw 22 poles to a white oak n 17 o 54 poles to a dogwood and white oaks 61 12 27 poles to a hickory s i8 w Si Illw to H pine s 85 w 20 poles to hickory s 52 J w 251 poles to a repine s 23 w 23 poles s Hw1II1 poles to two dogwoods on the ridge at tho head of Cockrills Fork of the Press Howard Fork of Quicksand 42 12 w 13 12 poles to two pines on n knobs 2 inw 16 poles to a chestnut oaks 13 w 32 poles s 11 w 22 poles ton chestnut oak at tho top of the hogskin s 47 c 21 poles to a pine I s sa o ft 12 poles n 47 0 28 o i029 poles n 80 12 e l poles to a whiteItGraveyard branch s 87 12 o 44 poles n 22 o 12 poles n 31 12 e 16 poles to a pine n 70 o 181 poles to a chestnut oaks 30 o 14 polos s 2U 12 c 31 poles to a spotted oakA 473 e 19 poles to n pine and chestnut oak i s 37 e 14 poles 8 26te 37 poles to a spotted oak s 473 c 19 poles to a pine chestnut onknnd hickory uw thencttp hnmchI1ndinnin1U1lD 21In o son Allens corner n 60 15 o 15 poles n 10 12 o 20 poles n 26 o 8 pole s 82 12 c 19 poles n 15Ic 12 poles n 80 12 o 13 poles to the top of tho knob n 32 13 o 9 14 poles n 21 o 9 poles n 41 e 11 poles n 35 0 20 poles to a sink on two end of a point thence down I two point n AU AU U 13 poles n gU e 22 12 poles n 32 12 o H polos n 37 c 8 polesi n 20 o 8 poles n 28 10 18 to Quicksand creel n ft7 34 w 7 34 poles n 68 w 81 poles to tho beginning excluding therefrom tho two followin tracts First tract beginning on oppositso thenceixa AllenIezhygthence crossing two creak and run sBing with the old boundary lino to said W S Allens farm to John lineICS Allens orchard I thence with the cross fonoo to tho creek thence beginningIoon tho south side of two North Fork of Quicksand creek near tho mouth of the branch where W S Allen now lives at a gum thonoo n 17 w 28 poles to a Ueooh at AN le JiQUsej fiance H 67 w 200 poles to a stake s 35 poles to a stake s 03 w 210 poles to a stake thence s 30 0 poles to the bo ginning being the soma landcon veyed by G W Fleenor to fohn Allen Harrison Allen and David Lindon by deed dated tho 3d day of March 1903 and recorded Indeed book 18 107 Breathitt County Court records or a suf amount thereof to produce tho sum of 1083 30 The interest of John Allen here in solll being an undivided ono third interest therein convoyed to him bv one G W JCIoenor Mas tar Cpmmiasioier of tho circuit Tho purchaser will be required to Jive bond with good andup bondldCurter Master Commisslonor of tho Morgan Circuit Court and to bear interest at tho rate of six per cent per annum from dote of sale until plaid and to lingo the force and etfect of a judgment Bidders will be required to com ly promptly with these terms JOHN S CARTER 4 M C M C C t ULj rMq- t i DAY BROS r t 1 = tLWholesaleCOMPANY al have the most complete stock of 11 Ever E e1te1fQr I 1 iMetrclQttdl1Jse 11 i t oi m brought to jackson Consisting of Dvg OOdJ6 a r W oftu a IOtiuqtIt MQfS it SO 1 0 Wo Laic the finest t t J Eastmens shoes are ofY the latest style i c For the Ladies9r we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy THE LATEST DESIGNS IN I MILLINERYThis Department is under the man agement of Miss Margaret Basket whoHcan show you i the latest Style fiats direct from New York City Also FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODSt In all d11fromrthefIf you need any House Furnishings or ii FURNITUREW- e t are the people you are looking for we have it by car loads to suit every body tCome and see us our II ices are igt ji DAY BROSJ COMPANY y iJ Jackson1Kentuckyi N The Breathitt News Published Every Irlilny 7CASH SUDSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAR m t J WISE HAG INS KOITOU For Printing Phone 64 Coco Cola and soft drinks at 4 E U Combs II P Dale of Frozen was here Saturday I Josh Aiknian of Woburn was whore Saturday Hiram Fugate of Gauge was hero Wednesday on business t Clarence hidden has been quite sick during the past week For tho best groceries at li- lttlowcIt prices cull on E C Combs c Juduc S P Stamper of I catty vine was lucre on business Thursday E O Combs will deliver your purchases any where in town free of charge A C Bash of Lnndsnw vtnf visiting his sons Kelly and Ely w ICash Sunday Mrs S E Taullcc of Robbins was here Thursday time guest of her sister lira PatslMoslems Thomas P Cardwcll Sr i building a stone sidewalk in front of his property on Main street FOR SAM Two good work horses and one twohorse wagon Apply to Iso PATHICK Miss Myrtle Whittaker and Mrs Wm Urfcr of Gunnel City wcro among the Choppers in Jackson Wednesday Call Rt E C Combs grocery store while attending court acid HCO how cheap you can buy all kinds of groceries V Miss Mabel Snowderi of Camp Christy returned Monday frown Millcrsburg where she has spentI the past year in school v Green Had ix and Miss Millie Haddix are having a stone pave ment put down in front of their property on Main streetIIt A Hurst is preparing to build a residence on Highland I nvcnuo on the property ho recently bough of thoGrfirdner heirsf l raw JWiProwitt entertained of licr friends at dinner 1ruesdR night Misses Reese and Denham being tho honor guests j Herschel Hack who has been at tending college at North Middle town during the vast year arrived home Saturday evening for his summer vacation Mrs W D CundilT of OnlI dale who has been in the hospital at Lexington for treatment for several weeks has returned home much improved in hCRlthI Mrs IY1Y Powell and child ren arm visiting Mrs Powells mother in Tennessee Mrs Powell is under treatment of her funnily physician there and in much unproved in health Miss Evelyn Ucuch who has been princial of ptho kindergarten in Jackson for tho past year was I called to leer home Wednesday by a telegram announcing the serious t illness of her mother Miss Stella Hed wine of llIrI tinsburg was the guest of the family of Judge D B Redwine Friday and Saturday leaving Saturday foe her homo accompanied by her brother L Y Redwjno Miss Imogen Marcum who has been attending tIll Millersburg Female College for the past year arrived homo Tuesday evening for her summer vacation Miss Mar cum is highly accomplished in music having taken a prominent part in the musical program in the- commencement exercises at her school In another column appears the j I call for the convention which web think will nominate tho next Statew officers Many of our good people were denied the privilege of voting in the so called Democratic primary year You are invited to Icome and participate in the moss meeting which will be held here June 15th Dr and Mrs Charles J Dick son entertained number of their friends at their hone in Jackson n Saturday evening Quite an in interesting party was present and tJ the evening was spent in delight t ful games and pasttimes Refresh + Amenta of delicious cako and cream wore served which added mate f riallfttotho pleasures of the occa r ifrs o V- ij M iviL ANOTHER FARCE Ends With the Acquittal of Jim Hargis The taking of time testimony in the Jim Hargis case was completed Monday evening At the close of the taping of the evidence Commonwealths Attorney John U Allen gave out a statement that this was the strongest case that has been made out in the Fnyctte county courthouse during his term of office The instructions were read to tho jury which were pretty much in accordance with tho decision of time Court of Apr penis reversing the former case Three speeches were made on each side Attorneys Hunt Webb and Farrell represented the defense and B S Jouett nnd A Floyd Byrdof Winchester nnd Col John It Allen for time Common wealth which were concluded Wednesday evening Tho jury on Thursday morning after being out onlu shoryime returned a vVrdict of acquittal r k4v Anent tin Jury The Lexington Lender says it has studiously refrained from making any comment on the political complexion of time Hnrgis jury whilo the case was on trial whichwill explain fls declination to publish several very pointed letteN from Scott count people testifying to the absolute relia bilityof the jurymen front that bailiwick and declaring that the universal sentiment in oflicial nut other well informed circles before I a word of testimony had been in troduced way that Hurgis would bo acquitted on tho lirst ballot One of the writers said ho personally knew most of tho Scott county jurors and they wore all Demo crats of the most pronounced nndI aggressive type active in primary politicsV ttI county murderer in whose case there was no clement of politics or oflicial interest was on trial and it became n csur to send jur1rullcitizens summoned nnd who were acceptedwere Republicans or independents showing tlmt t was no trouble to find good men outside of the ranks of tho pizen Democrats but when Caleb Powers is to be convicted or Jim Har gis is to be acquitted none but reliable Democratic partisans can be found who nre lit for jury duty whether in Scott or Fay ctto county And yet we wonder why Kentucky is a laggard We have no heart to discuss the filthy mess and are almost inclined to advise time gentlemen who have made such a gallant tight to bring the Breathitt county con spirators and murderers to justice- to move to quash every indictment- in every court nnd let the State stand the disgrace Attorney Ilyril Surprise Attorney Byrd said to a Leader rCllorter soon after the trial I have not much to say regarding the outcome of the trial It was a great surprise and I think the action of the jury marks this as a lark day in the history of Kentucky 1 intend to stand back of these cases and prosecute them until every man charged is either cleared or convicted ayTu11thn t11d6r Feiidrler called nt the county jail at HiIJO oclock Thursday morning to see Hill Hritton for an interview It T Herndon a member of the jury from Scott county and tho father of Ithody Hcrndon also on the jury was there with Dug Hays talking with tho prisoner Mr Herndon said- Hritton there is a report that I pulled this jury over to your side and its dm right I am a citizen of the old typo iind 1 will stand by you fellows always If you ever get hardrun just come to me and as long as I have n bank account you can have my help The Lexington gang had their inning Thursday the people of the State will have theirs next November 5th Strawberries and Tomatoes at IladdixsLandrums Restaurant Sydney Landrum has opened up ix restaurant at tho Whittaker stand next door to Green IIad dixs He wants his friends to come in during court and see him MQ OOOOOOOO Ksra3r0i A P QNTE R WORTH WHILE REMEMBERING o There are many advantages we can offer you when buying a suit or furnishings We are manufacturing our own clothing elimina ting the middle mans profit Outselling capacity is so large that we can afford to sell at a of profit We are now in a position to offer you suits fromt 10 T0 25 1 Whichwill mean a saving to you from five to ten dollars quality and style guaranteed by the Iron Clad MottoYour moneys worth or money back v 4 jjp What Yarer 0frrMin Je Tacte The best is none to good for your money We can easily demon strate it to you and get your trade4 4 When In Lexington Make Olir Store Your nome I 1 II YourMoneys Worth or I Money 1 I Back L L STRAUSUINNAGERI II oIV Circuit Court Next Week Circuit court will begin here next Mondayr The juriosPwillbc made up of good men and the prospect is favorable for a good court Sixtyfive Applicants There were about 05 applicants for certificates in common schools at the examination held hero last Friday and Saturday The exam ination was conducted by Edward Deacon and Miss Cora Moore in tho presence of Superintendent II 11 Noble Take Advantage of This Wo have some very low clubbing rates You had better take advantage of them soon as the Louisville Daily Herald otter isI liable to bo withdrawn any duty Como in during court and let us show you how much reading mat ter we can give you for a very little money Republican Convention Tho Republicans of Brcnthitt County aro hereby called to meet in mass convention at the court house in Jackson Kentucky on Saturday June 15th 1007 nt one thirty oclock p m of said day for the purpose of sending delegates to nttend the Republican state convention to be lucid in Louis ville Kentucky on June 111 1907 for the purpose tof nominating a Republican candidate for Gov ornor of Kentucky and to nominate candidates for the various State oflices All persons who desire to join with tho people in making a strong campaign in be half of good government honesty in elections nn honest executive proper representation and a pure judiciary arc earnestly requested to attend this convention J B MaLta Chairman KELLY KASII Secretary Mt Sterling Court About 1500 head of cattle were on tho market at Mt Sterling Monday Trade was good and business at times brisk for heif ers and cows Prices were very high Good steers sold from 4j to 5jc yearlings at 41 to fie heif ers at ai to 4c cows at 3 to Die A good crowd at tho pens with some buyers from Ohio among them Very few mules on time market and no heavy ones were offered Prices were firm Good demand for horses Advocate I J== MarriagesI as issued durin tIe linrftoo tjHre I cinda The oph q G 11CeornMiss Lou prescntcWCIC f ia a Joc V Junctionhat election bot pOlOnU not oca Blaine Shortof votes Dora South wero niarriovfpBstwe rcsi dente of the bride n Frozen Creek last Friday 1 av J B Flinchum oilicinting ho bridal couple left immediately after the ceremony for the Janus town Exposition for a two Aveeis honeymoon trip Mrs E C Combs ha opened UP a new grocery store inrho Davidson bidding on Uroadwly S S Convention The annual convention of the Hrcnthitt county Suniny school Association will bo luld in the Presbyterian Church h Jackson on Wednesday June A strong program is being prepared and every effort will be m e to mak heldIo will be present nnd represent the State work Ho is the oughly con versant with every tic ail of Sunday school work and is talks will bo practical and help h Somo of the best local talent ill also be utilized The secret ry is now gathering reports from the various Sunday schools of tin county and every superintendent hould send in his report und contribution promptly and each s lmool in the county should appoint delegates to represent time scht of officially In addition to the us ninny others as possible s ould attend Look for program irinoxt issue of The News For an informntiou address the county p esidcnt Rev W W Powell or lib county sec rotary II II Gibsoi FOR SALES goodII boundary to suit p chaser fhis timber is near t7a navigable stream of water Call on or write 11 ENGLE- 21tf Index Ky 5- J4 It Your Moneys Worth or- Money 00 BackI CHAS fI I NOTICE mvingthmenoxtthdrt days w expect tb sell at cost any and all of our stock of merchandise at j our Jackson store which consists i of by big odds of the newest j nicest and best lino of liens Clothing in Eastern Kentucky I also a first class line of Shoes limits Caps and Furnishing Goods This no doubt is an opportunity t that will not be offered to you again in years to come After June 15thwe do not expect to be in business in Jackson Come early as nothing will be held in reserve No humbuggery nothing but busi ness You are welcome to look and we are glad to show you Yours truly NOBLE 8 NOBLE GO TO = == F M MCCARTY s FOlt STONEand BRICKWORK Moving and raising houses and all kinds of masonry work All work guaranteed 25Gm Jackson Kentucky A PLEASING INTERIOR I catches time artists cvo of every visitor if the effect is gained by Handsome FurnitureI properly arranged and carefully selected Our spring stock is now graceful strength as well as beauty We live with our furniture which is why care should bo selected in its buying Many choice single pieces at neartocost prices See our line of WALLPAPER JONES FURNITURE STORE Cor Court Street and College Avo Jackson Kentucky I j If T r at IHlchBOWLS PITCHERS EMBLEMS WINE GLASSES SYRUP STANDS VASES PLATES ICE TUBS ETC JRTI VES FROm 5oe to 5- 0JewelerH EI NTlJ E MAIN STREET oat THE PIIOEJfIX LEXINGTON KY I A Full Line of Wedding Sliver nt Moderate II Prices WATCHES i J 1 + 1- 135OrAND I Silverware Silver Novelties h Cut Glass Rings AXD ALL KINDS OF First= Class Jewelry 8rD FLEENOR JEWELER AND OPTICIAN t JACKSON KENTUCKY R A CHmILDERtWITH JOS a REED DRY GOODS CO PORTSMOUTH 0 Solicits the trade of the mountain people Ho will be- AT r JACKSON EVERY 30 DAYS postalSavewill save you money fob 1 ly J 3 33 33- y afMIxEJfDJiiJiiJi j 11r11PAINTStN- f w t t w Just received a full line 7 111g which we guarantee111 1 I I 111TL Ie 511 1 W r Will COYer more space last I longer and looki1 betterM tl anx 1R1t I 11 another paint made Call tl ant ste colcgra ds and et 4 ZY flPI1ces i itSl41 tJi1l Jackson Drug Co I i ec SEE I 1 iihoO c o o OWi f 3 G t3 iI s W f i You Will Get All Thats IlE W ta Coming to You i l il oitJ In our method of business for every dollar o ioupay ua you net one hundred cents value in Wi return t3 t We Believe in Square Treatment f f a mightirtthen you wouldnt know how good they are 0i0iAJ uor 1 j 4 i 0 J i i Crawford Coij k- i KENTUCKYr Ir ttQJire you from Tffi Ip Sometimes its hard to ccn viucc sonic people If you N are reasonable and apprecia thc well be able to show you I the excellence of our MonumentsWed niomment question with you fi telling you how much it will 1 cost and the cheapness R M SHELY j 1 MONUMENTS JACKSON KY t s- k rx cii hIli A lW1lWr i a t of BIfili cal1f1 11fto 6 jr t I rBTRAY ALLISON CopyrlBht 1K 7 1T Homer Epr eue c T Am 1 the Joy to jour soul tint youI ore to mine Ilogor5- Cynthias drawling voice could loud Itself to bits of sarcasm In a way that f would have maddened n less luflam s unable person than Roger Somers Roger was enveloped In a scowl that made It seem Incredible he could ever f have entertained thoughts of being the I Joy of anyltodys soul Cynthias own J pnrtlcular soul being beyond the limits i s ttf possibility a Did you address meY Ills cool I tlessadded decidedly to Cynthias In crest She raised herself In the ham iftock and arranged the cushions with i the core of one who is determined tot Gt comfort out of life I was trying niy voice sweetly Its been growing rusty for the last hour Itogyr sat stolidly on the doorstep his back eloqujnt with offended dig nity CTnbldbors Under such an incouveii t tone Tirnddresslng the back of ones y atldfCfet however kept its eyes upon a distant spot on the lawn try Ing to concentrate Its mind upon the oxact spot where the driveways met ijuil wondering why the place didnt room the bit of heaven It had appeared n week before upon entering through that driveway to become one of Mrs KecncrH guest I feel such an Inclination tocr babble lloger that If you dont mind I will continuo to put It Into sentences forermy own entertainment Do you mind my saying that I never have teen such a bunch of dignity as your back represents I cannot without making an effort that the warmth of the day forbids see Moro of you than the back of your blue serge coat n slight glimpse of proflle and the tips nf your patent leathers where the sun strikes them She leaned back In the hammock 1 rhamclcssly convulsed with her own wit It was clearly evident that Cyn tlila was enjoying herself IWell If you aie waiting for an an k tiwerto that psychological problem uIriJpotml1etlUoJcr sat erect tie lighted with the alliterative Impressive ness of his opening remark wo can prolmbly reach the answer with less If we go about It logically The statement that I am a Joy to your roul we will let that remain undis puted unlit It Is clearly proved that you have a soul Cynthia looted at him In frank de 1Ii tan appreciative smile curving her HpS She thought it possible the nude IIC ml lit face icesoot so she v changed the cusblo s 1nd the rose lJlorl on nexther race oflllanguage RogerNiere i a M ticss in her rpice that causcrf jjyfQi w Uehcbto tnrn nnd lool at her q ct y- yS IfII discover the poN1111tybf rutelipa3r- rasttl F I irdiliT3 fervor loft no tdoubt as to his slncertfis It really t n fact thaPyou havee recently lost your voice Ia thought you lore merely t JUlng You had gulkesfor an hour I mllit as n atbno wall as tie back ofa serge coat1on I ad mlt cheerfully that I have aflondlsh teuuper You according to your own fchowlngjiarp never moved by n stron KQiloP less meritorious feeling than Indignation As for mo huger lid you ever Became when I tens really angryVT I F fIJynthla was nn adept at facing one of her acquaint v nnjysVonld hat + denied Perhaps the pOtlSP5sl n anadorablo nose nnd u iluffy moss of curly hair strengthened liur Innate self confidence Anyway linger having once looked had a feeling that he had In some way weaken rd for the fray not that he Intend ed giving Cynthia any Inkling of the Blight feeling of molllncntiou that r Htnlo over him but the ruffles fell Around her forearm In u most distract t hug manner Jib eyes softened Into pity the poor Kill lied had HO little opportunity for learning self control Taking n course t UK n trained nurse had at one time teen her fad nnj that she ever expect x ed to IHS one but because a desire for Knowledge and an everlasting 11r- olIulty for making experiments seemed 4ohave been bom In her ISogcr in the depths of his soul had t nhvays disapproved of trained nurses Her last escapade had completely con vlnccd him that there was nothing roc unsuited for a woman than such n profession Was there any other circumstance lie aeked himself that would have proper to Sirs Keeners r Imvecbold that Cynthia should sit in that man Hardlngs room all the morn- S hug administering little doses of med Iphip simply because Hardings cold lid l given him n fever that made him toll out of his head k Mrs Keener or one of the servants ivnM have given that medicine 1 was sorry nut to go rowing with oJoJti ou last evening The moonlight on d tint river Is something one doesnt see IIInysr wns an expression In her eyes reminiscent noser broke oft viciously the piece of loicymieklo vine that had been tl- eIllnIt h beck ot his neck thingsft You know I prefer rowing Insln etingly r rhaps If handing had been well enough to do the rowing not that I toas+ duplletHo talked out of hU headall about t n KM She shamelessly broke all rules of etiquette as to confidence bet tween nurse and patient Ijogais Increased scowl annihilated the possibility of belief that ho ever thailbeen or over could be a Joy to nay soul z WiatB exactly what I thought he w Moving about botlyall about rjereunI ilrlit t tt I t It was evidently n very nice girl he called her dearest I think he even referred to her nllcran angel Tho childishness of her smile seemed Insuf ficient curse for the symptoms of apo plexy lloger was exhibiting tad you sat there nil the morning mud let that Idiot make love to you His sentence wns swallowed In a snort ofdisgustCynthia glanced at the writing pad near lur 4vnnderlng If It would not bo salutary to Itogers manners If she forgot his existence and wrote letters the rest of the morning As the scratching of her pen became more noticeable the audience thought- It owing to Its dignity to disperse and walked across the lawn toward the gate Its lauds stubbornly In Its pock et Hoger leaned over the gate discon solately She had seemed so different the last time they had been on tho river Slat hind really come so near saying everything he wanted her to say that ho had walked around for hours afterward In a state of ecstasy He tried to possess his soul In pa tience waiting for the next evening when she bud promised to go with him an the river and perhaps say exactly what he wanted her to say Roger considered It n piece of malignity of fate that Hardlngthat Idiot Harding fhould have been taken so 111 or at least should hnjro pretended he was so violently 111 The soreness of his heart added a suggestion that Cynthia probably Jumped at nn escape from giving him the answer he was so anxious for The pleasant odor from the honeysuckle vines that clambered over the hedge the effect of the soft breeze that gradually fanned some of the heat from his brow something Induced him to saunter slowly toward the veranda Cynthia had i bably he thought hat time to finish her letter in the half hour that had elapsed He saw that she was fast asleep Evidently she had not been worrying touch There was n note conspicuously addressed and conspicuously pinned on a rullle of the rose colored cushion lie reached for It with an eagerness he would unvcr have allowed tho wak lug Cynthia to behold Perhaps afte all she might ho amenable to reason lug her somewhat Highly nature might gain sobriety trout contact with him Cynthia with a slight addition of sobri etyhe gave a sigh that Intimated was more bliss than one man properly realize His fingers were new ous as he tore the note from its envel ope Joy of my soul It ran your moods ore truly a delight They afford all kinds of opportunities for studies in human nature After nil we are rath er much alike n mere matter of tem perament I suppose If you prefer calling yours righteous Indignation I dont mind Mine can still go under the name of plain temper He wn I really Roger apd the girl he rayefabout ho called Helen I nun awfully fond of rowing and an ready to go on the river nay time whether the sun Is shining broiling- Lot or the moon as It was the othe- night Just ns soon ns your righteous Indignation calms down to a degree that would make it safe for n person tot get wlthlnjtetrtfeet of you Jlogor leaned the depths of the hammock his faro well mixed with pink cushion andsleove tames Wake up tyntfifa he whispered Turin a heavenly frame of mind Where Titlcs Are Cheap The cheapest country for buying u title used to he Portugal When a mm- is made a baron or a count there hl patent recites Jho service for which the grant Is made I was more In lor tugal cold I loin some curiosity to discover what were the services fur which an Kngllsbman of my acquaint nuce hind been made n Portuguese bar on I therefore looked tho matter tip and I found that It was for having In troduced Into the country n new trw There used to he another plan for be coming a baron It appears that time- rJs1r 0 was thelln convent which once Had Jirgts possessions All Its tenants were 1 y the fuel of being tenants barons Bat the convent had lost possessions with thp of one farm It hind nn agent In joidon Pot a very moderate conslderndDii bc agent let this farm to a would bu lot ant lIe therefore became a baron and when he resigned the tarn to tho next applicant he retained the title London Truth Gaelic Gaelic is the language of the high landers of Scotland The name belongs also to the 6Ur languages of Ireland and the Isle of Man but these have oilier names more commonly applied to them Irish nod Manx nnd the term Gaelic Is usually reserved for that spoken in Scotland The three lon gouges were originally one and now stand in much till same relation teach 0 other that broad Scotch does to kings KnulMt j Impossible Doctor Perhaps Its your Wkjng thats responsible for your Husband Illness lies got a bad case of gas tritis Mrs NewwifeGastrltlsi But I always cook on n coal range never use glsr y INEXCUSABLE HOG LOSS The experts In charge of the Iowa experiment station have recently is sued a pamphlet In which they state that If every hog raiser In the state lost an average of live pigs last year It meant u total loss of 5000000 for tlm state ns n whole In actual farm profit And If n like loss were sus tatted in nil of the hog raising states the grand total wnphl be enormous They attribute tho widespread lqxs In this particular branch of husbandry fg Improper feeding largely n corn dint efore farrowing and unsuitable and mtmfllclont quarters at farrowing time and after dlfllcultlcs that with care could be easily remedied In addition to a corn ration some of which is alright in Us place they recommend bran ehorW oats and tankage The quarters should be dry and protection from the weqthpr urnlsbI From the standpoint of e agriculture It Is just as serious an of fcnso to handle land In such a wa that it will produce but half a crop as it Is to try to get it to produce more than a full crop The careful tiller of the soil will do his best to flwW both extremes 4 Notice to Our Customers We are pleased to nnnounne drat ulejH iIDnepand iar for coughs uldR and lung troubles is nut nfteiiwl iy th National Iur Food mid Drug uw OB it contain no uitltes or oilier aarmlui drugs and we ilecomnieiid U Is a sate remedy for children nnil adu Is JsekonDruiICoI- ndiana ins succeeded In arousing nu IntcrcU In good roads through the Imposition of n tint of from gl to oi JTi for every day a piece of road la left In bad condition after notice has been given for Uto be put In shape Here to your health and huppl nPseDn11RLs Little Early Illmi famous little pills Nuntyrick head ache flay conic nn any time the curl id nn Early Riser Sold by Jackson Drug Cu- from the sanitary jpolut of view Jap nurse matting Is fur preferable to ordinary carpeting for covering the floors of bedrooms In that It not only catches less dust but Is not so con venient to harbor disease germs A little Kodol taken occasionally especially after eating will relieve sour stomach belchlnc and heartburn J li Jones Newport Tenn writes I am sure three one dollar bottles of your Kodol positively cured me of dyspepsia and I can recommend U liP that was three years ego and I havent been bothered sines with It Kodol It guaranteed to give relief Sold by Jackson Drug Co fnanItration are about the only condition that prevent a recurrence of the con gested tralllc conditions which prevailed so generally last tall and winter A Significant 1r iyer May the Lord help you make hock allrwrites JG JenUino of Chapel NO It quickly look the peen out ot a felon for me and cured It in a won derfully short timer Best on earth t1far sores burns and wound 25o at Drug On While the plafitliig nt small potatoes two or three successive Mnsoiw will not result lu greatly diminishing their average size yet It will do this if per sisted In during n term of years For seed the potato of medium size uni form shape auto tree from scab is con sidered best When your bnck aches It is almost invariably nil Indication that something is wrong with your kidneys tWeak diseased kidneys frequently cause a breakdown of the entire cit HladdetrPills afford prompt relief kidneys backache JTnflntmnaUon ol the bladder aridall urjnary troubles Sold by Jackson DrURtfo A Isa result of research conducted by the federal department of agriculture a parasitis hints been discovered of the gypsy moth which has done Immense damage to the trees and shrubs of Massachusetts and other New Eng land states The parasite ranges in from n minute Insect to that of a 1181ze It is a native of southeast ern Europe and much Is expected frontI it provided It can be safely Introduced I into this country A government repre Tentative Is to supervise the collection pf a largo number qf these parasites for Jmmedlato Introduction Into the moth Infested districts of UIP copntry Mrs S Jujue 180 Sullivan St Claremont N IL writes About a year ago I bought two bottles of Ko epa Kidney Cure It cured me IICII severe ease of Kidney trouble of sorer 9al years standing It certainly Is a good medicine and I hearth 3 recommed it Ixckton Drug Co Where the orchard trees have grown SQ large hnt cprn does not do well planted ninniitf lljein pea It la still de sired to till the noil f hors le pothlng better than field or navy beans In order to escape the weevil which Is one of their worst enemies they should be planted shout June 1 Where site clnl equipment cannot be had n corn planter will answer the purpose nicely After tiring as for corn straddle the raw mid plant again This will not Py rasllt nn Increased yield but the beans wij mire pgnipfeuly cover time ground tins 1noplR i liWH the weeds Appendicitis Ii due in a large mcaiire to abuse of the bowels by employing drastic pur gatives To avoid all danger use only Dr Kings New Life Tills this ttsafe gentle cleansers and Invlgorators Guaranteed to cure headache bilinis nen malaria and jtundfee at Jackson Drug Co 2Bo Vhlo tho former who takes half n day oft Atji gleans out his fence rows every spring titt especially those along time highway may not make many dollars out of the Job he Is cer tautly entitled to and receives the HI lent thanks and appreciation of all passersby In ro fur as the burning of the trash nail weeds prevents n fouling of its fields adjoining he himself Is also a beneficiary of lila work For any orchardist or gardener who sprayling have nt hand it copy pf the spraying I calendar which IH put out by mummy of the state experiment stations These I not only give directions as to tho kind IoC spraying solution to use on the dif ferent crops but give In detail best ways to make them A postal sent to the director of the station will bo all that is necessary to secure a copy of ihju calendar 3Disturbed the Congregation- The person who disturbed the con gregation lest Sunday by continually coughing Is requested to buy a bottle of Foltiys Honey tad Tar Jac lop Drue Co My + I 4 r 1r ttrfN iM + M ROVEMENTj The Vines apd 1lCIn a short tale Almost any one cal afford to plant seeds and beautify tho home and grinds wllli flowers Notli lug adds more to tfio attractiveness of the home than vines shrubbery mind flowering plitnts properly grouped about the house nUll lawn hunt itrc HOIUC good points on planting by Dr 1 C Whitteu horticulturist to the Mis sour experiment station In beginning spring gardening to or nament the home vines planted about the house and doorway are one of the drat and mull effective features Vines lend privacy to the porch ex clude the sunlight anti soften the form al lines of the house Vines may be used ns screens to cover up buck fences or to hide outbuilding or other unsightly objects The best way to succeed lu time planting of vines la to lure tho soil well spaded up ns early In tho pprlng a It can bo worked without being too sticky This Is necessary In order to gut u good cover or scroll for the ponli or outbuilding The spaded aiK a need not be over eighteen Inches wide Jut enough to kill the grass roots hack trout tho roots of the vlnoi and prevent the- irmlllJlIngr One of tho most common mistakes U to set the roots joo deep In the soil The soil warms slowly and the roots are liable to injury If planted too deoi An examination of time stern of ouch plant will lihbty tip planter how deep the rhino stood naturally In time soil and It should Iw plniitod accordingly Perennial vines unuld bo trained on galvanized wires that will not rust quickly Horizontal wires about a foot apart may be Attached to the woodwork of time house or other building that it Is desired to Rireon- If It U desired to train the vines laterally abovivo as to close In for example tho opening in n porch wire may be placed about a foot apart at time desired holglit Too often woven wire screens of not more than two Inch mesh are used Theso are not attfncttry llhe vines trine nroum tho wires FO c clF list subsequent primllia Is Imntfulitla HIM the annual vines either w4r a or strong cord may lie used Among oruamcntnl shrubs for home are the coWen bell or thOit quince Ilkte bush honc mnoek orange snowball bar s gttcles of 511 men well Tand hinny hy drangenbSU pUIII tine tinier named Ue entire lifct ono car least some of th bl tthpanUS 1suIIIJ1III1 till time q tL = I Oln J80U Pv paLFtlwei- LRxn TIka illlisJ cofnI TU J pull UOSMOtJp jdt- r o Iltlll lIt llh1I1UCand fc Wednesday looking nlth toke I rests of the Burt Hrrur r lcksolrurissioners S- Toul J the some condlti Morgan Circuit tor the hillman BM Goods hare com fortable V lll1C to scratch for n llvu n1 More News rtifjtlio Xcw Eng Jill I Statth If any out list miry doubt ai to tl f virtue of Polfv t Kidtey Curs thej needuolq tii telex to Mr Alvin it Siimpeonof Mlimiintlc Conn con tfter almost lining hope uf recover on account iif lie failure of wi mans remed lea hna tiltd Koleyn Kidney ture which bUSS unsjust th timing for lilnas four bottles curei him completed lie Is now entirel veil and free uom all the stiffening incident to IIQJtt kidney troubl Jackson Drug QK- Tliprp tarp twofiIIfgh tho landownei la Justified In 11111 Into Itt tora manure Hpreade tumid n tiling of his wet acres Hot h arc sure to fetch gen crone retorts 011 the money Invested The barren ccrnstalk Is one of the worst weeds vii which n cornfield can be Infested These come from weal and sickly ccd whoso vitality is largely psefl up In the process of sprrnlpaigil When your font liar nut bean prop erly digested lHes nilre system in Ini unlred In tle fnim proportion Yon stomach needs In Kitdul fur Indl geition and Dyspipiia not only digests what you pat HtineH time stomacli and aids strength to the whoe body Makes rich purtjliluod Kodol eon forms to the ftatttnal Pure Food and Drug Law gulf tv Jiickfin rug Co While a goqd l more folks aro opcratci on now ir appendicitis than Jn days Bono by ji Is worthy of n 0 that ono nlniost pU or hrs ofn case of inflammation oil1 iio bowels Orion Laxative F nit Syrup is best fnrtvcmen amid chit en Its mild and pleasant taste snake it preferable to violent purgatives a chi us pills tab lets etc Get the bo klttt sad a sample 9f Orino at Jackson rug Co I From the stamlpt ut of the public wEal 4 farmers tr it Is just its ob Jfictlonnblo its tho bo f trust coal trtltt or harvester trust Tho underlying principle Is the sam In nila holdup agreement I Kidney complaint1Ills more people I than any other dlsea eThisla due to the disease being so inUdious that It new a good hold on Jlm yatem beft re It U recognized Ito rtKidney Cure will prevent tjio deyajqpmeht of fatal disease If to an JntlmJ Jackson Drug Qo I t t r f r r sn A Html Debt to In- urn I u dept IIr uratititdu that III 111TI eoveiy The uiulnuiis dry Imnking cough quit Ieufe thus fltst hllul11M used anti two more bottles madu u cumpUto curt Nothing hm ever equated New DUunvury fur coughs culiU and alt brunt nnd lung Otn plaintt jiiHrnnteed by IioUon Drug Co COc cud JIOO Tiiitl buttle free UnlcsM UIII linnd separator Is thor oughly cleaned out mid Moulded onch that It In used time economy effected lu tIll matter of time through using It Is more than oflfapt by tho deterioration of the butter product resulting btu Fought nt Gettyslmr Divld Parker of Kayett N Y who lust n font nt Gettybin wiles Electric Riders hurt dune me more good than any medicine I ever ti ok for 8P eral j inr I luau ctoniioli trouble and paid out much money fo medicine to little purpose until I lie gun taking Electric bittern I would tint take 500 for what they have dmir for me Grand toiic fur the aged and fur female weaknesses Grent iilier ntive and body builder stirs cure fur lami back null weak kidneys iiiarnti tcd by Jnckiin hruP Pi ftCts As n rule the most fertile as well AH the host managed farms lire those that are worked by the men who own them Wood ashes salt and soapsuds may bo put on the OKparagus bed to ad vantage mid larger mid more vigorous shoots will be the result It is more often scrub care than scrub stock that Is responsible for tho 100111mnuDnWltf CHI bollisd + Witch navel Salvo does not merely beal nn Ihlilttact i II penetrates alma pores amid t prnniptly relieves phln caused try hull burii scalds ois smith skin dlIeases ItisPpeeluIIygood fur phew Heware of imitation Sold by Juice- ton Drug Co Toilet rice raLxcMl with charcoal Is roconiinendod nR an offoellve euro for bowel trouble In litho chicks The utility of any person In n com munlty Is open to qutwtlon who IK gov erned to a granter extent by Ida dli likes Uian lIt IK by hU ndmlratlou PUU13 BRIG GOLDEN BRONZE Turkeys Br PISR PAIR SINGLE COMB BROWN LEGHO- RNCHICKENS From Prize Winning ftock Fresh eggs for hatching in st tonIPrices right i MMHAGINSJACKSON For a dear complexion ta- keORINO Laxative Fruit Syrup Pleasant to take QHoQ cleanses the sys tern and makes sallow blotched complexions smooth and clear Cures chronic constipation by gently stimulating the stomachliver and bowels Rofuno ubotltutOB Prloo foe- JAUICSJNT i DKUG now H Henderson Ayres Street Opp Ton Ofllse LEXINGTON KY DEALER IN Grain Seeds Feed tVbent Rye Barley Oats and Corn Clover Ml1ltih Kentucky Dlae Grass Orchard Qrags Huncarlan Hay Straw Mill Feed KILLTliECOUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings IIIAND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES taFAC10RYOR I THE NEW ID- EANNEDYS Horn the Boiel= RAILROAD TIME TABLES I LE RAILWAY I VIXTI3H TL11K TAUM9- EFKECTJVKI NOV 18 1800 WEST nOUN NO 1 01 IailyExAM I n Lv Jackson 0 10 2 20 0et K Junotion 0 1ft 2 2t Elkutawn 0 20 2 10 Athol G 40 9 fill Tnllcjiii 0 40 8 au St Helens 0 MU Ii 11 HonttyvilleJunot 7 07 U 20 Torrent 7 no J- JCampion 41 Janet 7 48 J 57 Dundee 7 62 4 on Filson S on 4 l4 Stanton 815 120 Clay City 8 25 4 IIG L ICItinct 000 f Oi Winchester n 12 C- Ar 20 Lexington 0 fill G 05 EAST HOUND l 11Dnil IM A M Lv Lcxin 2 8 Winchc lont Jn L F 2MI 2Clnl City 1 02 Stanton 410 110 Filson 4 21 fi 22 Dundee 4 IIi n 34 Cain p ton Juliet 4 40 fI 8I Torrent 4 57 U MO IknttyvilloJiinct f 18 10 St Helens 5 SO- TnlloKii 10 IIS U7 10 Athol ft 4fi- Klkntnwn 10 0 00 11 10 0 1C Junct 0 10 11 ll l 201IL E J UNCTION Trains Nos 1 and Il will make connections with C d 0 Ky for Mt Sterling CAMPTON JUNCTION All trains connect with Mountain Con tntl Kailway for Pine liiilyo and iCnnifitonHEATTY VI LLE J UNCTION Trains Nos 2 and 4 connect with L A Ror passengers to and from HeattyviUo 0 tC 1C JUNCTION Trait No 1entueltyforCHAS SCOTT i P A THE E for cIc SCI v O K UAILYAYtliIW OTIYI2 XOV w 1UOJ WEST Daily Ex Sun I1ST CLACR Jll OIAK1 y A It J It Lv Jackson 11 05 I 00 0 A 1C Junction 11 1M J IV WHIiuwt 11 H 3 112 Leo Cily 12 18 4 Hi EAST Daily Kv Hun III olAims JilT 06tsm A h P I Lv Lou Cite 7 45 J 28 WilliurSt 81ti 1 l V Simjilny passcnyor train leave a M L CONLEY Gen Mgr r Mountain Central DepartArriveCamptonIMA 11 0nin 0 00 p in d 4 00 p til Campton Jun 4 401 m Make connection with aU L E passenger trains a TRADEMARKS r ourta J l a PATCNTBTHATx II r 7 al is t 111 r paeucu ataPrtCC t nPASSINGI ijjlut at1 rrxetc tWASHINGTON Want a FarmII nJJ 1 JI t4J Our list of lame and town lots in 1 eludes the best in Brbathitt county ally Jackson VFRa tiJ 4 tr It doesnt cost yoY anything to what you want through us If we Jiavcnt got flint you want we get it HAGINSBLANTONREAL rr i We Arc IIIercCelebrated IPRICo E3HcEI For Sale By j IDA ilJaot AdieORIGINAL LA- XATIVmm IBest Children a 61 I HOUND mVUllcloo 405hose MArHOUND 00lIulcohllt 82Iluupton iIiro1clI 25Arreturningleaves DepartS lands get = COUGH SYRUP I OllEY fwWO Had Cl3i r BloSOJi1 on E fen BoW fI f sow lKwtrehotIIlfwuetaHlrlu +UG tlGiSRedtltlthatlaaalnld OpUtu K1t1Ja LwiM Uoour and Tar mom tht howtla G4IIiIaIAa M Oc- UUJAGFSON ff DRUGGO 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