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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, July 12, 1907. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1907 bre1907071201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Breathitt County news: n. Friday, July 12, 1907. Breathitt County news. J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1907 $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. silsattut aatttuotmaz atwsa4 Best Advertising lledlilnl I IN REATHITTANDADJOINING COUNTIES J WISK UAOINB Editor and IUblisllorANi ssiAIu DuvoTKn TO THK INTKUKBTS OK EASTEUN KKNTUOKV OKK DOLLAH PER YHAB IN ADYANCJC j LVOInnl0 VI Jackson Kentucky Friday July 12 1907 Number 37 QoQQa rrtirtr ry7105Viirb rrri- f I i TJhe Star Stores F l 0 Mils Just received 1ii S i und pretty line of h I Millinery7 r 0 0 0 For ladies and misses and 3 0J offer you the IIrit A of choice in many styles of 0 ft 9 hats and bonnets of the 0 G If first quality at low prices j j 0eRugsU ti 0 Carpels and mattings just il i glccqLc in the last lew 4 f 0 0 days r Theyre beauties at Jt a bargain lKeesrr 0 Oh yes wo hove just opened a nice assortment of 01 0 Indies Skirts Silk Shirt Waists Hosiery Purses Combs i 0 and an extra rYMand Childrens Shoes and fjj Slippers J 7 t 0 4llro can satisfy the wants of any Martw3Boy whon in 1 O jn ncedof Clothing Shoes IIuU and FujfmSlnB i j t 1 EUSTER ISAACS r J Q Mill a oerrrraLOW SOUTHERN RY From LEXINGTON To ONE WAY KOUND TIUP First and Third Tuesday Each Month SH 95 I Davenport Ol ln8IJl00 517 85 Strotul Okla 831 00 SIS 15 + Oklahoma City Okla S31 00 S17 Obllls I T 8IJO 00 S25 00 JlrtrvviiBvillo Toxasr St3t3 75 S1sosri1r 1011 8 Toxas Sot 7G- lloustonS20 O TosnsJIftAlV S1337G 821 55 yStn Antonio wloxaa T flPi S33 75 t 510 45 Waco loins33roOn Sale Every Day in April 838 00 Ono way California common points t Sl0 dQ Portland Oregon 837 uOSpoknno Washington 11 66 50L f dowtatosto mftny other points For othor lnfar tion call or writeJ zr I 4B S YENT T P A 101 E Main Lexington Ky J C nilAM Ju AQ P A en ilUNGEHFQUD D P A St Louis MoLouasvdlo Ky 1 rSze5d5e5e55 d52ssass I- fA A FLOYDAY President J SA lL IIBAD Tn Cnshier F PCHAWFOHDTiCOP CS W S IiOIEI I C V t 4 M l DAVIS Acting Cashier ierm f 1IIa Jjj 20 i V JAQK80N DEPOSIT BANK r it Jackson Kentucky 1gTaid j 2735ooollI Jt m 1e solicit tho Banking Business and accounts of C a r Lumber Manufacturers r n t Timber Dealers r jjj Business Men j B FarmersWC Throughout Eastern Kentucky anti Tor our Customers t1 most TERMS U fl legitimate business I = == irn COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY hll Y 1- y 5 SiSiii ES2SiSasc2S5cre5r- r v 1 1f f Itfor t oto i- C J Jt rAW 1 ilAr inay + I a4 3ltt tj Tai4T J i t 1 ft + a M BREATHITT COUNTY NEWSY enlolA mLIBERAL MEOPERiCUlO 1IY 8KXATOH Hex smnIL Some grateful friend has scnt mo u marked copv of the Lexing ton Lender dated June JOlh It must have been sent from tho Queen CitoC the Blue Grass Cor- in addressing mo Cnmptoi wng- spelt Camptonc The blue pen called mv attention to n certain paragraph written by Col Duncan in which ho stntc tint Wolfe county has 300 00 worlh if jackasses and 22 idiots Nov I am in sympathy with Duncan irusado against the boodlers noli grafters of Lexington and hum ho succeed in landing them in the pIJlletlntinrr but in order to do so it is not necessary for hint to ridicule the jackasses of Wolfe county when he can find the King of jackasses within his own hide So go ahead Colonel and give them the dcviltho grafters Out jackasses lire four legged rour5 arc not and have a perfect right to- do a little braying without interruption on your part 0T- he mountain people of Kec Lucky have boon much abused and slandered without a cause They hue been the target of tnisrcprc tntation by heartless anti heat les pencil prattlers for revenue only llithnil their imperfections the mountain people arc honest fearless generous and true having neither garftcrs nor boodlen in- their ranks In the mountains the- door of the smokehouses the corn- cribs and of the humble homes nre- lolt unlocked of nights with ller- feet safety and thieves burglar sad highway robbers nre char actors that do not flourish in the mountains and arc not onchal as numerous as in the more fnvorell parts of the State 0 Tho mountain people are Gods noblemen in truth anti in deed Ilicy aro not shocked nor nlnrmcd bytlio earthquakes of slander tint villainy that originate in tho racked brain of irresponsi ilignere and traducers of othet- sections Level lands and wuins- bluo grass do not make men tow- erillg mountains mId tangled rpen- vines do not unmake nice Char- actcr is tho thermometer that indi- ates his real worth as a man xnd- this ho con have in one section the- sumo as any other 0 Jotter brighter nod hnlJllic- rdus arc ahead A new era is bo ing ushered inone of good fcclins- Turmoil strife factions and d is- COI Js and bitter feelings in tho- pnsthnvo been the setback not only of the mountains but the- vholo state of Kentucky Gnad iunl1 y this is disappearing nndu new sun can be seen in the skies- molo blue and less red Ono RC- Ction can not and should not build- upon tho downfall of tho other- Moro and more this fact is being reeounizednnd appreciated The- blue grass needs the mountains and tho mountains need the bluegrass o The chronic knocker the unnecessary faultUnder is an undesir able character in any communit lie retards its progress defames its name and makes odious its cli- mllto with tho slime and filth of his misrepresentations His creed is not to do good upbuild and elevate tho standard of its citizenship but it is to defamo malign slander and tcardown on the slightest of pretextst 0- Often the mother of faultfinding is ill viilind envy and mnlicc- Cruits not very palatable and not- cnlcultited toredound to the good of Clio community We should- oaerkeep in mind that we nre- brothcls of one common Immunity and what tends to darken or tic stro r the lifo of one is a black blot on the horizon of the whole brother hood of man Friendly criticism iC diciously used is beneficial but malicious accusations for the snlto of notoriety or tho stake of tJs oXpingj o I ndmiro the fellow wh Q p 0 rK tlI iias it ft fo C t I pleasure in boosting his horn country if ho can do so without slandering somo other section When he resorts to theabuse of some other mans native heath his to bo pitied and dcsjoisedas n despoiler andas heartless ingrate 0 I love every foot of Kentllck soil tho chivalrous mitt patriotic deeds of her soldiers and stltemen dead and living tho noble deed of daring love and devbtion on the part of her women in tierce and in war I want to see Kchtuck tho grandest and the brightest in thc galaxy of the Union of States the hearts of her men made happy bj the kisses of the noblest and fairest women beneath the sunnnd I want to see tho blessed mountains iloisom as a rose with the glnd smiles of prosperity and the bles sod Blue Grass region become one perpetual haven of bliss more and more the ideal Garden Spot of tho world and last that some day I- will have money enough to buy u umber of fertile acres in the midst of this Garden Spot This is the kind of love thai nnimnte me in every word of tongue or of pen for our Old Kentucky home Committee Meeting- At u meeting of tho UClublicnn Legislative Committee of the 92nd Legislative District of Jlntuck held in Jackson Kentucky on July U 1907 for tho purpose of fixing the line place and manner of hold- fug a convention for the purpose of nominating a Republican CUll didute for Representative in the cgislature from said district to bo voted fur at tho Nowembet election J907 the following were present AV L May Chairman of- the Republican executive committee of Magollin county by proxy 111 Wheeler Chairman of the Republican executive committee of Lee county by proxy and J oLln Chairman of the Repu nl can executive committee of Brc itt county in person the snid naunedcounties composing said districtOn notionduly made J B tle- Iin was made chairman of the naeoting and Kelly Knsh secretary of tho Republican executive com- mittco of Breathitt county wns- made secretary of the meeting The following business was transactedIt crcd that the Chuir- ml1n of the counties composing this district call county comen- lions to bo held in the county Bent- sosnid counties on tho third day of August 1907 for the purpose of Gentling delegates to attend tho- Hepubliclt district convention to bo held in Jackson Ky on August 8 1907 for the purpose of nomin- IltinJ a candidate for said otlice The said conventions arc to be bald- vita voce and counties composing- said district are entitled to dole ntes as follows Breathitt votes Lee 10 votes and Magoflin 15- votes as based on tho presidential election of 1900 this basis being ono vote for each one hundred Uepublican votes cast in said coon tics and one vote for each fraction otesIorder the Given under our hands as chnir- mnn and secretary of said meeting this July 8 1907 J B McLin Chm- Kclly Kash Secv The tax laws passed by tho lust legislature are so obnoxious that n issouri woman applied to tho- court and obtained permission to- remoo about a mars worth of her tru5fndsrfrom Loxingtop4o Missouri The Lox- inaton Herald a machine organ is kicking up a lot of fuss about it TheOy to remedy vho evil k to vote for Willsdh and elect the topublican ticket this fall R NI 1 cunnand family oC- McQuinn nn w Wt Vhittakc and QuicksanduilY left here weektrl Oklahoma wheyI oxpecrto make their futu Jlako a f r to clothC nit lobf len1tlms ngtona r a Ar a- I oploy qr sLmlit F a 4- k a f I CrockettsvilleIWe Uush owl would locate on Miller Branch und do services for us Success to The Nows and lone live the Democracy of Ue1an Howlinjj choose good meta for candidates and then elect theta Mrs Isabel Johnson and liltll daughter Sarah of Chavies vis ited her sisters Elizabeth Deatoi and Nancy Lewis the tat week Samuel Deaton and Miss Corn Stamper of Longs creek pair their homage to Christian reline menu society at Buckhorn Sunday Miss Josie Sebastian and het brother Joseph visited tTnclo John 1J Lewis Sunday and list Josie had one of her teeth extracted On lust Friday the rites of mat imony were duly solemnized bl ween Irvine Morris and Mary iandlin at the brides father John Sandlin llov J B Lewis officio ting Esquire Riley of Miller Branch hndn weed killing Saturday nda dunce at night During the festivities some dissatisfaction arose and several shots were fired but fortunately no one was hurt Harrison McDaniol of Miller Blanch in company with his most estimable wife visited friends on Squabble creek Saturday night with tho expectation of meeting with her brother Filmore lcIn toshand cousins Ance McIntosh and Harry Sandlin who have just returned home after a service of three years in the U S army 9 The people of this vicinity have adopted an apostolic mode of business in part They call no ono common or unclean They hnve- the same regard for their neighbor l corn as they have for their own Fur tho past two weeks the r5stiaiTpcople have gone in a- body from one farm to another with their weapons of warfare leaving as much as ten acres 1e- day in goodcondition FROM ANOTHER COURE8TONDE Mrs Ellen Bowling is quite sick Stephen Turr of Canoe was- hero Sundn Master Hargis Callahan is visiting Robert Tallcnt at Canoe Our school began hero Monday aith John Herald as teacher rMrs Mary K Stidham attended churchlit Wolfo creek Sunday Wilson Callahan was visiting in- Jnckson from Wednesday until FridayMiss Lillian U4 Siiim was the- guest of Misses lHxa mind Dora Bowling Sunday afternoon ff Misses Eliza and Dorn Bowling- and Lillian Callahan attended churchat Elsom Sunday last Miss Turner daughter of Berry- Turner anda Mr Kidd eloped last week and their whereabouts nre unknown Misses Eliza Bowling and Lillian Calldian attended church at- Buekhorn Sunday They hueda tsanttrii and plenty to eat- The school on Freeman Fork- began Monday under the clliciei management of Miss Eliza Bow lim as teacher Miss Bowling has- tatuglat the Crockcttsvillo schou- ldistrict No 1C for the past two- reurs and was appreciated very- much by tho community in which sho taught The funeral of J B Baloneys daughter will bo preached at Fro ten the first Sunday in August by Revs C W 1 Pughand J H- Flinchum Elder J D Hunter is also expected to be present nnd- nssist in tho services All tlio- nembers of time Junior OrderJntoi- nvitcd On lastSundnyaflernoon Thos- limner ton Rourk- brnneh was attF ted by the barking of his dog on tho hill about- se itytive yards from the house y investigating ho rounda snake vhjchia killed It- measured 85 inches in lengthand had U nUtlcs 4 tt- v l J 4 1 It J Y- I il ii so ItOF= I t= i= 11iI i PETERS SHOES 1 fcj Theyre the Shoes you should call for if you want to get comfort style and wear at a R reasonable price Theyre built in specialty r factories from the most carefully H materials over lasts that conform properly g with the lines of the feet usNOTE THEHADe FOR TipPeters PRICESI j Ladies Pat 15LLou15I Mens Patent Calf 3 50 to 4 50 j ladies Heavy Shoes very thing 85tAlli to 50 per cent more than our prices per pair VIts TA U LBEE l= = DAMES AND DAUGHTERS Mme Culvc doliglits In showa of trite Indians In Now York she went tot n rlilo In the stagecoach on its WilT to bo held 111tThe Infant heir to the throne or 811111 Is Iwlnfj cared for by 1 inurse5 The head JIUMO Id n Miss Lvntis and her usslstflut Is MJss Alice Jlarj Bout hag Both are Roman Catholics Julia Ward IIowo recently celebrated her cIshtyclKhth birthday and to show how spry she was entered the elevator nt her hone In llcntotrund ran the machine up and down three stories to nc commodnte a visitor Dr Mnry Stone who Is the head ot- nn Aiucrknu hospital In Kluklang central China lately returned to this tour try to be operated upon tor nppendt iltlK She has recovered Is now In Nctt York and will return to China In flit full 4 Two New York society leaders Mrs Marry Payne Whltupy and Mrs IIer moan H Duryea formed a pnrtuershlr at ouo line nod went Into horse racing registering In the Jockey club as Mr Itoslyn Too much publicity and heavy expense however have con jlned to Induce their retirement trop the turf as owners The Duchess of Uoxburshe formerly Miss CJoclet of Kev York after spending about 1000000 In the repair and idormneiit of Floss Castle tins leased at nn extravagant figure Lord Cole irookes London inanslou where she Is expected to entertain lavishly Hex grace Is earning a reputation as one of the most lavish money spenders of the uigloAmorlcan aristocracy Tim oldest living human being of uu lienllc record Is Mrs Mary Wood ot llllsboro Ore n few mile west ot Portland Mrs Wood Is 120 years old She was born In Knoxvlllo Tcnn lnT 20 1787 which the records of Kllox tillo still show When Mho was sixty tire years old cho rode the entire dls nice across the continent from her old- hone In Tennessee to her present home in Oregon THINGS THEATRICAfcr William Gillette after a prosperous season In Clarice H now abroad Margaret Anglln has arranged for n professional tour In Australia next sea sonlt Is iHsslble that OCT Xethcrst will add The Dolls House to her repertory next season Huntley Wright Is to have n leading- role In Charles Irohmans production ot Tho Dairy Maids May Kolison Is to star In n dram tlzall not Ihe Ilejuvcnatlou of tent Mnry by Annie Warner Imiiols Wilson Is In New Uochell- V et- N after a prosperous season n- Tine Mountain Climber liarles Irohnian Is In London con ducthig his Kiiglish season and pre for next season in America Inxlue Killott la to appear In tbo- enll In Iniuldii In n new play by II Y l maid entitled Tho Greenwoo rllI lola Tree Is to haVo the role of- Joan of Arc when IJecrbohm Tree 1110- duces Ijiuls N Parkers LaTjy oh- France In London JU squire J 15 Noble of lay- hole and James 13 Lovincs oC- Noblo left last week for Olln- homn to visit friends and see he countryIulelc Itelltffor Asthma Sut fcrcrsi- ley limey and 1W tdord m- mfdlllie relief to asthma tulTfrer IN- Ihe vort uttReg and If taken In Hmo will etT ct n sure Sold by Jackeo Drug Co MEN WANTED it Mont of experience wanted at the Frozen Creek Cannel Coal- Mines Address Z T Hurst- Ownerl Boxer Ky 312m rx- Tb l s 0- 1utto ft to a statto n 1wyAa r l1 iet c- IrwgR ARE THE =1 ii FOR YOU i I Shoe H tjfl WHY YES YOU CAN Have your picture made I have a splendid camera together with an almost endless amount of patience and experience to make pictures DONT NEGLECT IT If you could know the sad stories wo hear of Babys gone i and no picture Havo a likeness made while you can My prices are I make a of outdoor scenes Call at theaNews oflice or phone 64 and I will cheerfully attend to your wan- tsHAYDENSIZEMORE r ia1g I NIJAAiiNEJREADERS ror I i I SUNSET MAQAZTE bautilullyjIitidratedocJ dotes and abou tad all the Far Vat CAMERA CRAFT devoted each month to the u liilie reproduction of the bat I work ol tmtteut profeuioatl photo raphon conUuuni colored California Oregon 150 i ioo eye ROAD OF THOUSAND WONDERS I ka book 75 para 120 photographs II pkturetque and ipoU ia rut I I A of of 075rI Total =335- AU for xso AddtaU order U SUNSET IUGAZlKIt 1 Flood Bu3diiif Su Frudcc Y JAMESTOWN r I EXPOSITION VIA 1LI 4r ASIIYILLE i and the c tF 4 LAND OF THE SKY r it With stopover privileges JrGo one way return an JI4 other a + l L dp Ritful trip through tho pic tugmountain country of oJ so Irolina For illustrated I lUi votf rates and full informs f ion rfitc any passengor agent i SOUTHERN RAILWAY 14 c H HUNGERFORD Dist Pass Agent Louisvillo Ky rte yy7 i- tTt ats S Ji ni i 1 hofu f A N PATTON S ATTORNEY AT LAW r4 ULDOIOFFICE IN CRAWFORD JACKSON KY 1i S2sc52s 525252 rs52S25 4 C H SWANGOm PJJY51 1J1fl JI I m ft x lOURSS A MTO 4 P n A moPflca HAKOUt UUILDlNOM1 KENTUCKY rn 1s2P447 5 4 57 5S2J r For Printing Phone 4inl I FRIDAY JULY 12 Clemonsd 1 S K Martin has returned from the Jamestown exposition Elihue Clemons visited Jackie Wilson at Quicksand Sunday r 0W Barnett has gone to Sa dy Hook to attend the Ilarjjis tria t Sam Combs and wife of Quid shad visited Henry Clemons Sun day Harrison Clemons little daug h ter has been very sick the p week Elihue Clemons sold Mrs Sallio Ann Campbell a span of mules and a wagon for 325 SteI 1enson preached an interest sermon at our church last Sundn The congregation was pleased a would be glad to have him come again w LEATHER BRITCHES Quicksand II S Chapman and wife visited Wilson Clemons last Sunday 1 William Sowell and faiilHy vis ited his brother tick Sunday- S Miss Hattie C Kraul visited the home of Price Back last Saturday w nightDemosthenes r Noble of passed hero last week en route to f Jackson 9- Bcn Murphy passed through here last Friday with n drove of j cattlpvnnd sheep which he was to irigto the markets frsT S Trent visited her I parents at the mouth of Quicksand on the Fourth and was also a guest of our picnic 1t Mrs John Welcher Shug Fr l zier and wife Alex Frazier and Mrs John F Frostier visited A SundayiHenry Clemons postmaster and R merchant of Clemons passed nugh here last Friday with n s av 9 of goods for his store The wooden Crlrfjcro that was erected across the mouth of Quick7 srvnd broke down while a loaded wagon WitS passing over it No I ono tv4shur- tst1e had a nice time at the picnic in t No 18on the Fourth iAbout 209fro present and they were n11tVer y with the ex eption of two or three who f + seemed to have gotten a dose of Jt fctneeerweed or buckeyes t nra Miss ITattie C Kraul has charge Jn Sunday schools ono i District No 18 which begins r jii 12 oclock p m and the other Itis Win Combs church house at 10 nm We wish we hlldn few sirio seems to take so muchyuins wit L 1the children of q tenI r schooli if i 3 School began last Monday with 1f an enrollment of about C3 and l witi John F Frazier as teachcr Itr He tsusht herq last year but is V j ready to step out next year and give some of his brother teachers t a chanc if the patrons and trus k tees desire him to and ho want- t fXtothatik them for what they liar at s- I M1nG fbr him A Hcott Avon Ky ays- J 1yurv Qn llon Cholera Hd 1 If Itcured some hogs for rao tin tnot think could 1nsstbly be T These hogs were so sickwIth chiQlela Iliad said that I would not ahie 8ft4en cent for thorn of Sold arid ff aratetea by Day BrogI Coi v r W Ij a J r r1 vtlt ti iA Art aEr1- J1 Rousseau Rev J D Hunter of Cnnnel preached two sermons at Rousseau church Sundaye dayIhcreance was estimated at about rocrJ Kelly Carpenter of Quicksxnd as gained 20 pounds since ho on top of the mountain to live Jetts Creek K Chambers and Riley Coome- will preach at Kcenis lirynnt next Saturday night There will be preaching at Paul Woods next Sunday at II oclock by Matt and E Johnson Mrs Laura Hose of Antigo Wis is visiting her parents Df rand Mrs J Terry of Turkey Laying by corn is in full pros gress here this week The crops this section are looking well Wm K Terry began teaching school on Jetts Creek Thursday t and J II Johnson assumed his duties as teacher at the school on Turkey erect Monday handle Amburgy who has been down sick for about two yearst will bo baptized next Saturday af ternoon at two oblocli near the the mouth of Bryants creek tauirtt when tho v y citizens of Lexington that the papers oJ that city connect Jack son and Breathitt county people with it tDuring an electric storm 1 Friday evening lightning killed a mule belonging to Brock Cray ford valued at 200 This was at the mouth of Cope Branch The same evening lightning killed a fine rcrrny Sr near the is headnd of horses n killed hero in less than a month and within a boundary of two miles UXCMJ JOSH Ned Her John 11 Combs and Klias Mullens attended religious service at the Campbell Bend church Sat urday and intiro evening the crossed over on tliPigoon and conducted rides cThe meeting was on the lattei end disturbed at the mouth of Cockrells fork the last day June Squire Noble was there and took some names for future ref erence Some of the disturbing kparties are very indignant over It J II Combs school opened ha Monday morning nt the mouth of Cockrells fork Some of the pi Irons were present Combs de livered an opening address to the 1aIe hoped to make the school progrcs ive and interesting all He told them ho was glad to avail himself of the priviligo of being the teacher hoping to implant some good ideas in their craniums that when he slept in the clay his good work might bring forth goodre suits and be infused into the bear of generations to come Combs says1inis threatened by the lawless but ho says let him die the death of the righteous It is reported that when G B Combs went to P C Napiers store to buy some necessaries Austin Noble and Donor Neace tried t kill him Both had pistols an shot in and around the store house Some parties prevented them from killing Combs All because h e prne serve pence r the cause of all these troubles The majority is for peace and want no trouble but at this time there are men afraid to travel the road 11but by strong effort there cnn be change made in the near future Le Rose Lum Dales little daughter is veryflick irJl Dale spent tha Fourth wlthjhis son hero Miss Laura Kstepp visited rrsI Lum Dale Tuesday visitingefriends OiG Madden was in La Rose lastiwcek selling Mansfield flour Chas Stephenson CMntonvillc Ify says I cured my chickens of cholera with Bourbon Poultry I J Cur and cannot speak to highly i S0as tiff invaluable remedy for Sold andSruarnntecd by I ayTAr09CO J fi 110I t f 11 4 ji 11 r+ +V rMR h L OWSLEY COUNTY EversoleIIs Fourteen applicants entered tho examination at Boonevillo and all secured certificates I- Wo are glad to noto that Miss Taylor who has been very sick is improving Dr Lee Gibson returned fromI Louisville last Sunday where ho had been to study medicine L A Hose returned from Cincinnati last week where ho had meetingsJames S Little passed here n few days ago with J 05 sheep Few Clothes added S3 more to hisI bunchClay Thomas of this place u h Lilted Jesse Abner lastspringncn Beattyvillc was sentenced to the penitentiary for life last Friday Miss Flora Cu wood who has position at the Lexington Asylum returned to Lexington last week after n short visit honk tile only events that occurred on the Fourth were Mack Taylor catching a big coon and Price Moon and Miss MIRV Howling both of Indian Creek getting ma tied Tho farmers have boon busy i tins vicinity for tho past wee kitbut most of them are over Iecorn the second time and some arc done laying by Oats arc ready to cut and will yield n fullcrop Jf you should feel tho cart shake next Monday morning about frightenednst It will not bo an earthquake will be Dr Gibson making speech to his pupils in school Eekiul Spencer preached at the mouth of Cow creek last Sun day n week ago and lead two add tions to the church He alsaw preached lust Sunday and qdded six more Pet Wilson Mollie Wilson and Ed Dulling were bn tined last Sunday Lucien Ne tie and Hattie IJoynoldg Malissa and Lucy Wilson will bo baptize d next Sunday at the mouth of Cow crock Mr Spencer Is an 0nrna worker and a young preacher an wo believe will do much good in this part of the country tIEw CLOTHEJ Masterat Commissioners Safe ofrcathitt CircuitCourt Abrelia Marcum Guardian PliF vs Notice of Sale Nellie Flanncry c Defts By virtue of n judgment of sale rendered by the Breathitt Circuits Court at its May term 1907 I skull proceed to offer for snip at Ilthe front door of the Court House in Jackson Breathitt County Ky on Monday July 22 1907 It being the first day of the July county court for Breathitt county beginning about 12 oclock noon propIIT county Ky on the waters Howards Creek and bounded and described as follows Beginning on n rock marked B the north bank of the Mar isonfork of Howards crceka tributary of tho North fork of the Kentucky river about 800 feet above tho forks of said creek on the line of the lands of Leo De- ton a thence s 3530 w 508 feet to a black oak S 43 80X100 feet to 1n chestnut sw 734 feet tu two small sourwoods on n point corner to the Innd of John David llavidsondoak s 04 15 w 170 feet to a stake n 87 30 w 263 feet to a stake n 50 w 186 feet to a chestnut s 74 30 w 882 feet to a sourwood n 74 15 w J2 feet to a maple s 72 45 w 259 feet to R sourwood n 73 30 w 206 feet to n chestnut on a knob s 55 w 3971 feet to a small dogwoods CO 30 w 198 feet to a black jacks 1115 w 190 feet to a chestnut oak and small hickory s 45 o 200 feet to two hickories corner to the land of Jasper Arrowood rheas leaving the lino of said Davidson and with the land of Arrowood s 53 15 w 200 feet to a chestnut oak s 57 30 w 160 feet to a cross on a rock s 50 w 208 feet to a stake s 49 15 w 141 feet to a chestnut IGZw 210 ft to n largo blast oak with old marks s 59 45 w 109 feet to a chestnut s 03 w 272 feet to a chestnut oak s 54 30 w 264 feet to eetltoa chestnut n w l feet to a double chestnut oaks n wI122fcsmall hickory s 30 feet to a n chestnut oak corner to the Innd of R Newton Arrowood and with his line leaving the lino of Jasper Arrowood n 7G 15 w 258 feetJ nd stake n 42103stake n 51 sv 16B fe t to a hickory and double chestnut nT2 45795r vMi 1 ri t I0 t i ry+vnY fact to a stttka on n knob pour n i rock n CO J5 w 13fc foot to n- take n 8015 w 185 feet to n Stake n 55 30 w 109 feet to a stake n 59 30 w 154 feet to a double hickory n 52 51 w 183 feet n stake n 51 w 137 feet to a stake under nailer rockn 4150 vr to two poplars under milers Bon11jaminleaving the line of J K Newton Arrowood n 133 w 95 feet to a locust n Iii w 214 feet to a hickory n 63 w 218 feet to a dead pine n 79 15 w 110 feet ton chest nut n 07 If w 205 feet to a pine s85fi0w0l foot to a stake n- tH 30 w 105 feet to a small sour wood n 7S 05 sY SOS ft to n small hickory s 79J10 w 07 ft to ahickory 84 w 1JS ft to n stake n 74 rIll W 238 tact to n white oak cor ner to the milof Leo Combs anl1I ofotora n o a stake n 32 15 o 101 ft to n stake n 17 45 0 114 ft to n pine by a eIlueu w nGj ft to n stahei n la w 207 ft to two pines n 28 45 e 100 ft to a stake n 17 45 c 163 ft to a stake by n flat rock n 20 30 0109tt t a stake n G e 141 ft to a oheslnui oak corner to the land of AlfredI Hollon and on his line leaving the tro a s S3 li o 1JO ft to n stake n M 30 e 191 to 11 pine n 75 fna and chestnut n 33 0 20 to n small hickorv n CO 30 o is feet to n stake n 05 45 o 182 ft to a black jack n 51 30 o 133 ft to a large chestnut oak n 08 0 153 ft to stake n 74 o 185 ft to n stake 112h18H poles to a black jack n 03 30 o 20J poles to a chestnut n 45 15 e 94 feet to a chestnut oak n 51 30 ukan p q a large rock n 59 30 I Dl ft to a pine n 07 e 100 ft tria UlIn29 3u o 1JM feet to a stake n 130 w 73 ft to a cross on a rock n 14 w 225 ft to a chestnut ooh n 830 179 feet to a chestnut n U1 tYj fpefc fQ a iIi n 14 e t 5l feet to a chestnut Dale and hickory n 1 i 30c 125 ft tea chest chestnuttn n a rock n 81 Jft o 7h ft to a stake S7 o 61 ft to a locust s 81 15 0 7 tt to a cross on n rouU n Srt 30 1 stnn ft to a rod badn 71 Jft r JW dtt to two liirkorios n 75 Ht 17 to u black josh n 00 30 c liO f to n small hickory n 50 15 c lb ft to n cross on a rock n 58 30 129 ftto a large chestnut oak 87 15 c21 ft to n i n TS e 1084ft to iichcstnut oak s 87 1 o 177 ft to a small white oakn43 15 e 176 ft to n chestnut oak corner to tho land of Mary Spi cer and with her lino leaving tho Inndof Alfred Ilollon n 72 o 493 ft to a largo chestnut caln 27 30 o 414 ft tea flat rockn 37 15 280 ft to n stake corner to Innd Ky Union Land Co and with their Innd leaving the Inndof Mary Spicer s 01 45 e HA7 ft to a smell plea on n knob s 15 w 53 ft to a pine s 15 0 364 ft to stales 3i o 241 ft to n chestnut ridge In the head of the first right hand ashof the Marcum fork of Howards creek n 73 30 e 419 ft to n black oak n 55 30 o 147 ft to a stake n 01 45 e SCO ft to a small chestnut oak on a knob s 56 15 0 391 ft to n double ofchestnut n G2 e 213 ft to n stakeIn c 513 ft to a rock high knobs 60 c 526 ft tp a hick Dry s 88 30 e 142 ft to n stake n 83 e 211 ft to a chestnut oak on ai knob between Cane creek Dot Shoal brunch and Howards creek comer to Doty Shoal tract n 47 30 e 480 ft to 3 dogwoods n 24 o 184 ft to n hickory n 44 30 e 382 ft to a hickory on n high knob 86 15 o 571 ft to a small chest nut oak s 01 45 e 171 ft to a hick ory 9 31 30 o 256 ft to n stake s 57 0 278 fC to n black oak corner Iito the land of Thomas Chancy I and with his lino leaving the line of the K U Land Co thenco 8 42 15 o 148 ft to a stake a 40 15 o 197 ft to n stake s 46 e Jai ft to a black jack s 49 80 e 137 ft to a dogwood sapling s 55 bar e 132 fl to a stake on the point s 4Te 212 ft to a blank oaks 46 15 c 100 ft to a stake On tho end of a point s 13 30 o 258 ft to a stake s 88 30 e 611 ft to n sycamore in the mouth of Doty Shoal branch on south bankof the North Fork of the 11or E Gnmbills lendand with his line leaving the land of Thomas Clmney s 55 w 284 ft to a double dogwoodltO 45 w 114 ft to a stake s 34 45 w 258 ft to a stake thssidopf the hill s 7415 w 1GO ft ton large chestnut oak on tlfe ldo of the hillw 03 ft to a smallred oaks 79 15 w 327 ft to a stake s 1I71 w 122 ft to a sonrsvo don a branchInnd57 15 w 213 feet Tto a M W and chestnut edit on tho r in thohcadof the Doty Shoal Ichthence I ll A vsJ5wS2Qfttol I 0 r ha blaclotali UInl 1y renoliitltcnct i a eale s hIolik n pI fl t f Jt i I t7tjT 4ji Li Kl tbR ft I p nos ft to a red oak I and sourwopd a 8 15 p Wi5 ft to a1 red oaks tllii o 134 ft tort stake s45 If 0 071 ft to a double maple s 11 Ifi o 105 ft to n black ogle ri a ridge corner to tho lend lintleaing redIt u s 80 80 w s ft to a red oak on the side of tho hill incase 85 30 w 4W ft to the beginning containing 710 acres by actual survey lying NorthForkbounded and described as follows Beginning at a stake 20 ft from DotvShoalof tho North Turk of tho Kci tucky river thence up tho poii ton line of Thomas Chancy n 38 0 w 66 ftn1330w2i4ftn CH 46 w 100 ft to a black oak old mark on poinr n 4 w 212 ft n 5560 w 132 ft to n dogwood n WWw 137 ft tea black jnekn 64 w 135 ft n 40 Iii w for ft n 42 15 w 143 ft to a chestnut onlon knob in the head of main fork of Cane creels corner to the Innd of the K U Land Co and with their lino n 57 w 27s ft n 31 30 w 250 ft to H hickory n 3 4 46 w 171 ft to a small chostnut nnks 815 14 w higlknohDry s 24w IS I ft to a treble dog wood R 4T 80 w 480 ft to a chest- t nut oak on n knob corner to Alex aujd a s 1 e 337 ft to a hickory and chestnut oak corner to the land qf W E Oamblll and with his lines h115 c 213 ft to a sour Dotyos 71 o 122 ft8 70 15 o 212 ft to a locust s 43 80 o 121 ft s 54 o 252 ft to ft red Dolt n 71 30 o feet n ill Jft o 271 foot to t small red oak o nR ft to a largo chestnut on side of till hill n to 15 0 1CU ft n 49 30 o 217 fl n 31 45 c 25S ft to a Ulo on a point Whore the river n 40 4V c 1H ft tan doublo dog wood n AS 30 o 284 ft to the be ginning containing 95 acres Said property will bo sold at public auction to the highest and best bidder on a credit ofIIlx and twelve months In equal installments re1luiredIn lt money with upprovudsat uril j bearing intcrtit from date ofwile oftt ii vjii vsuuu tiliu n 11111 will thelpaytt compbI 1isloncrsing 5100 Total cost 7435 JW CAUDWKLL M CB CC7 HendersonofAy res Street Opp Ton Offlse LEXINGTON KY DEALEU IN seedsnr Feed Wheat Barley Oats find Corn Mover Timothy Millet Kentuckj Blun Gran Orchard Gran Hungarian Hay Straw Hill Feed in everything but i a nothing more so than jri FURNITURE We stand squarely on QUAL ITY and in buying your Furni taro of us you get QUALITY and MODEKATE JlMUMS com bined Pur Furniture is not in any case tho cheap unreliable kind inexpensivekind OUR PLATFORM IS QUALITY AND- MODERATE PRICES Quality counts assur- edlyJONES FURNITURE STORE Cor Court Street anti College Ave Jackson Kentucky == = GO TO = = F M MCCARTY t FOlt STONE and BRICKWORK Movingand raising houses and AUIw t efts + JiII I r t I b DAY BROS COMPANY== c Wholesale and Retail have the most complete stock of f eueFQtf b f 11 l 1r I QJttdto Ever brought to ackson Consisting oft111g LoQdr r J Qlr OSIl1 J 1 e itI tfql r 48 1 Luts j1 IIIfj1 I w Vc hive the finest line of Shoes iii East cm Kentuck Our w mens shoes are off I tlie1r 1 For the Ladies I we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy THE LATEST DESIGNS IN I MLLlJNiMIN This Department IS under the man f1i agemerl of Miss Margaret Basket whoacan show you k tjhe latest Style Jffijs J direcrfrom New York Cit MAIs ir h FASHIONABLE DRESS GOojjs J I In all the Latest Patterns and weaves Fresh 1fromthe Eastern Markets IIIf you need an v House Fiirnishinjg or FURNITUR yy We areT the people you are looking 4 + poi v we have it by car loads to suit 4 4 every body n Come and see us our J vicest are Jl1gDtt I DAY BROS yN I COMPANY t 1 1 ikson Kentucky Lr r t I T aidr v I The Breathitt News f Published Every Friday CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS S 1 A YEAR P J WISE HAG INS EDITOR C For Printing Phone 64 f i t OA Muck of Roosevelt was ft hero on business Saturday H r11Ceithof Lnmbric was i f hero on business Thursday f i Born to N1 Moro and wifeI p on July Mhn still born babe t Miss Alice Iclt of Winchester F is K guest of Miss Gertrude Patrick t P Adam Hudson sea of T II I Hudson is very low with typhoid 4 t fever Squire S II Herald of Crock II E cttsvillo was here on business last I Week Herschel Bach is spending time j wwccf visiting friends in Wolfe county fcafiSa lames Bolii has bought the grocery store of Gardner Plummer on BroadwayBorn Rev and Mrs E T Preston of Hyannis Nob on July Cth n girl II G Dwincll of tho Hamilton p Ohio Democrat is visiting Mrs J B Thomipnoii i c O II Pollard and John 10 Pat rick attended circuit court at Bcattyvillo Wednesday W H Blanton has sold hisrcsi denco on sButh Br7adway to Alex 1alwardslfoWjhOn11 cash J The second ifnco of tho season wfll bo given at LPark Hotel Torrent Thursday July IS J Wr Walker formerly of Ilnz and has gone to Hamilton Ohio to take up his cajncntcrs trade 1 S1 Floenorrcturnpil Monday 4 from Iistill SpringirTtvliere he had been for several days for his heal- tiSro Hue V Riley of Bush Zranch Was hero last week after urboat load of goods for his store a oj I V JfimM HudwMi was Kerr t r- CarinelCify 7 Thtrr lat finhis way IIOIUR from 1 hertt hI Illuln very- l 8UJicssfu nnecUng rt n ori1 sonof Stephen CrHTvfordiKf Athol luis accepted JI R J ilionctb sllesml1rt1in raw t tora I Cot More tor i dr W Patton has resigned hisI positron roan nlr of tho Impe rinl Hotel and has been auccecled a Uobcrt Iidwanls allbTho Teachers Institute will be bo held hero next week and wo hope to sea lots of brains and beauty here nt that time G K Drushnl of Lost Creek and J nlore Jts reel stopped nt thohorneol Paul Drr thick lriUlq anti Saturday of last week DI i 1IScMt and daughter v who hat been visiting Mrs A S Henry for several weeks left Tuesday for Jamestown and other eastern cities G Combs and son Norman loft Thursday for Jamestown to JsaltondithbicxposStion They will return via 1 ash mJton and other lQ points oflmtgr t ILA hur t has moved from his Jtformcr rcsidcnco on Broadway in Jackson to tho property recently purchasedjby him on the High f f lands property ho has re y cently J t a extreme dry spoilwhich JIlt of erfortniJhL was broken N iesday evening Tuesday Lit j y ft Iwo min The min leas 1 liOnNiJby heavy wind and cirm but wo have heard o that wns done This Ttti AviTFbO a great help to grow 4 l 1ing of crops in this section For tho next thirty days 1 will t sell any ill nviu in nt3 spring and r jf summer stock at cost Said stoolc s i consisting of summer hats dress goods ladies underwear and has f iery Laces and embroideries boo j i low cost Como to my storo and see the bargains I am offering Yours respectfully r MISS ABBIE BAILEY 4 The subject of the Sunday morning address at the Baptist t church will boliOn tho Banks of i tho Besor Evening address 4 Deception Morning service at I 11 oclock evening service 730 i ocl ITIIO pastor Will preach tea on Saturday evening at 730 at the t t4- Relsont home of Wade Collins in South tr i t Iid iflPr I rI n 11 oE Ilcnsloy of Ilindman wu horo on business during the week John Gngsby of Ncdywas here mingling among friendS Wednes day 00hall has sold his house and lot on the Heights to Hrccl Combs Major II B Wright has moved into Floyd pays house on College avenue Mrs J Robinson mind Mrs Eliza Harris of Mt Sterling are visitinir Mrs J WjJLrmvitt Martin T Kelly attorney for the Continental Realty Co is at I1untiu toll Wru on business connected with his firm Mrs Avn Napier is malting ar ratiLcments to start for Albuquerque New Mexico next week to accept a position intCstore at that place itK A JhUra representing the Joseph Jfuccd Dry Goods Co hererThursdu ties Ho reports n good trade and good collections S E Vaughan propritor of the Jackson photograph gallery has put in carpets and papered and painted the office and has put on city style Call on him and have your picture niudc and you will look right But you had better call on Haydcn Sizemore the devil of The News oflicc if you want to look pretty Cluck in Town- J W Mcloskyt of Lexington passed through Jackson Thursday on his way to the latnestown ex- Position He met his old friend Burnett in The News office and they talked of time days when they learned the printers trade in the old Transylvania They also discussed tho Sunday lid question Quarterly Communion iflfinQuarterly Communion ser vice will be held Sunday at the Presbyterian church n 11 a in The pastor wITl ollicmtc Every member is earnestly urged to be present i Picnic at Beech Grove- L II WhiUiket will be master of ceremonies at the picnic at Beech Grove on tlto Heights July W lie says ho jvill have all the unuscmcnts known to caterors en that dnyIIo invites everybody to come ojitjBod enjoy themselves Curt Smith lulled Curt Smith was shot and killed Thursday evening by Sig Turner near his homo at the mouth of Cano Creek Turner gave him self up to the jailer The trouble us we understand came up over a game Of cards The examining trial has not teen held yet and as an havetvbeen il1tl us for malcinfpcoronients we will re fain from doing so till all the facts arc lioforb- usMerrygoRound Craze The merrygoround craze has certainly struck Jackson Win II Combs of Hazard had set up 11 ntorrygo round Mrs Arnetts yard Saturduy but before the people of the town had woko up to the real situation James G Bolin huderccttrn machine that met lie exchanged same for one of the lead ing grocery stores in town Gar ner Plummor will whirl you around on Broadway till you are dizzy for five cents WHBBWHMMaHMa Union Services The union service Sumfay night will bo held in tho Presbyterian church 11evll W Green of the Methodist church will preach Special music will bo rendered Everybody most cordially invited to attend These union services are being greatly enjoyed Blest bo the tie that binds Our hearts in Christian love The fellowship of kindred rims Is like to that above The Hargis Trial W B Moody of Eminence was appointed last Friday Special Judge to try the Hargis cases He went to Sandy Hook Tuesday and called the cases for trial The Commonwealth was not ready for trial because it was not possible to have the witnesses summoned from Friday till Tuesday The cases were therefore continued till next Monday to give both sides a chance to have their witnesses summoned before the court The case against John Smith wo havo understood has been filed away W fio + y eikl yA- w4 5 t Marriage Licenses Tho following marriage licenses have been issued since our last publicationL and Mrs Maxalifie Stansficl3 both of Jackson Win Strong of Whick and Miss Ixono Tliurp of Lost Crock Win Childers and Miss Miilcthn Spencer both of Filinorc Goodloo Honslely of TlcIsonI and Miss Elizabeth King of Athol Alfred Collins of Roosevelt mind Miss Elizabeth Morris of WhieIIIo W Carter formerly of Jackson but now of Campion died suddenly at Winchester Sunday where Mrs Carter had gone to visit friends M F Horton of CnmpI ton brother of Mrs Carter went to Winchester Monday to attend tho funeral Mrs Eugene Arnett of Salyers villc died at the home of her sis ter Mrs II W Atkinson at Harrodsburg last Saturday of consumption She had been at Asheville N C for some time for her health but to no avail Everything was done for Kerr thiat loving friends and money could do She was time daughter of lion D D Sublett of Salver vine tier remains were brought to Salyersville and interred in the family graveyard A Common Nuisance By way of suggestion wo would say it is one of tho strangest things imaginable why some people in Jackson who have cows and other cattle running at large want to Possiblyis an immense boundless pasture md that unless time stock running nt large is marked either by something visible or something audi Lily they will stray otr and never return Largo bunches of cattle sometimes a dozen strong can be seen assembling in different parr Lions of tho city especially on the Heights where buildings Ire scat toringv and holding nmtinis and rattling bolls lo tho great discom litnro of the citizens Lets tahet off the bells both for tho com fort of the people and to relieve Limo belabored cattle of a useless butdc An Elopement An elopement two prominent young people of Stanton PowclI county aided byfriendttin Lexington culminated h wedding Saturday night at lice Windsor Hotel in Paris The contracting parties wore Abo Hull a prosperous young merchant and Miss Imrlcnn Patrick the prettI laughter of George 1Iyell known commercial traveler both of Stanton For some time the couple have been sweethearts but their friends vcro not aware that their attach ment had reacheda matrimonial stage Saturday Miss Patrick came to Lexington on the Ll g rainostensibly to visit her friend Miss llallio Hancock Mr Hall followed on the afternoon train md the lovers met and an elope ment was planned They decided upon Paris as their Gretna Green They reached Paris at 10 oclock and they were quietly married in the parlor of tho Windsor Hotel Rev Carey K Morgan pastor of the Christian church of that city performing the ceremony ington Leader ADVERTISED LETTERS Remaining Uncalled for In Jackson Postoffice List of letters remaining un claimed in tho Jnckson postoflico for the week ending July 12 1907 and sent to tho Dead Oflico at Washington D C fo the week ending July 20 1907 A Isabel Allen Luther M Ad kins Nannie Allen llSusio Barnett I I L G5Imcr Lewis 0C P Orr Persons calling for tho above mail will please say advertised D D HUUST P M Stop with Hart Bros at Reed Hotel when in Lexington FOR SALE- A house and lot on Main street Lot 150 feet front and about 200 feet deep with a good dwelling house of six rooms two halls I front and back porch and bath room Lot sot taiH kinds o11flui trees I will sell a1ainS- 3I p 6 4 Jmck 1 a J- h j t 0 iiA- atibti 1tt n- rI r f 771lI NOTICE i Tho Board of Trustees of tub town of Jackson Kentucky will receive public bids on August th ofQfieratinSlIcrectin son Kentucky with the right to occupy tho streets of snnotP town and use them for the purpose ofl maintaining the necessary atus to conduct said light plant will award said franchise pr IlIdI to tho highest and best bidder u period of twenty years The bid der will bo retjuifed to state the highest price perlight tort will be charged to time citizens ofdhetown Said bids will bo received at the oflice of 1WP Cardwell Jr town of Jackson ICyj at the houll of S oclock in evening on said 5 day of August at which place IInllI time paid Board of Trustees will tend for the purpose herein stated right is reserved to reject any all bids I Given under our hands this the 3rd day of July 1907 K T DAVIS Chairman M S OKJitx Clerk Master- Commissioners Sale I CoyrtEnterpriePlaintilL- vs Notice of Sale Leo Patton and Laura Patton Defendants By virtue of judgment of sale of the Breathilt Circuit Court made in the above styled cause at its February term 1907 for the sum of S7UO with interest from the 25th day of April 1907 until paid and 4900 costs herein expended subject to n credit of 15000 of even date herewith I shall proceed s to olfcr for sal at the front door of the court house in Jack son Hrcuthitt county Ky on Monday July 22 1907 between the hours of 12 oclock mi and 2 oclock jt m the following real property to wit A tract of land lying in Ureathitt county Ky on tho Itichie fork of Little Canoy a tributary of Quicksand creel and described as follows Beginningdn n beech tree leftlhnndpine on the point at n clilF and up I the point at the top of the ridge and with the ridge to Let Patrons and with amo up the hill to top then down tho point op posite the beginning then a straight lino to the beginning con taining 100 acres lit tAlso one 20 h K boiler one 16 h p onkidso- ne medillmjijJ1tthnnd sawrig solid carriage one solid tooth saw ono GO ft 10 inch 1 ply canvass stitched belt with everything belonging to said mill it being the same mill that H C Cornett sold to Appcrson Lovely Tho aboyo described personal property be sold on- Friday July 19 1907 about 100 oclock p m nt time place 3 hero it is now located in Breathitt county Ky or where it maybo found Said property will bo sold at public auction to the highest bid der on a credit of six months- und the purchaser will be required- to give bond for tho purchase money with approved securityl with interest from date and law lug tho force and effect of a re plevin bond andn lien will be re served in said bond on tho property sold until all trio purchase money und interest is paid Bidders must be prepared to comply promptly with these terms Amount of debt 70000 Amount of credit 15000- U 55000 Amount of interest 825 Cost of suit r 1585 Commissioners cost 1200 Advertising 1350 Total 59960- J W Cvmwiu MOB e C n NOTICE OF SALE Notice is hereby given that time undersigned will on Monday July 22 1907 courtr yule Ky sell tho following prop erty seized at Distillery No la of Wm Hartsock for violation of internal revenue laws towit Two copper f tillsp copper pipcst1Ayingping n tubs 1 yeast tub 2 hake stands 1 iiieal box 15 barrels 2 cistern tanks 2bushels r 50 sacks meal 1 grist mill 1 boiler 1 en give 2 slop troughs Terms Ofjpalc cash in hand I J L McCOY D C For J Sherman Cooper Collector Noiipe to Wool Growers will take up wool nt J H Blakesilstore Saturday July to bo njlinufacturcd into cloth b- t th lioenix Afills n 1Cy atProter d sec u1 w rMwq Y Notice to Contractors Bids will bo received by tin Breathitt County Fiscal Court on August 1st at 1 oclock p m for the furnishing of the material and the building of a public privy plans and specifications of which aro on file in the County Clerks- I oflice Tho court reserves tho right to reject jmy or all bids For fur I they particulars cull on or addres- sJtnxjKSSTAULBEE Jackson Ky SHERIFFS SALE By virtue of execution No 313 in favor of Breck Crawford ad VRIBreathittIdeputies will on Monday July 22 1907 between the hours of 12 oclock m and 2 oclock p in at the court houso door in the town of Jackson Breathitt county Ky expose to public sale to the highest bid tier tho following property or jo much thereof as tray be necessary to satisfy the amount of the plain tilts debt interest and costs towitA tract of lendsituated in Breathitt county Kentucky on the North Fork of Kentucky Hirer and Quicksand creek at the mouth of Quicksand creeknnd begin nine on a black oak and beech on the north side of the North Fork of the Kentucky river at a small drain about two hundred yards below the mouth of Quicksand creek thence northwest about Hill poles to a stake in the lino of the square at the Meeting house brunch thence down the branch with its meanders to its mouth thence up main Quicksand creek with its meanders to the mouth of South Fork thence up South Fork toon old line of said surveyor square thence with said line which is Jesse Sjmrlocks oldjine to an oak mind on passing by a dogwood and hickory corner or said Spurlocks land and Backs Inl1on Spurlocks branch so as not to take any land convoyed by Wiseman to Jesse SKurlock thence from the oak and pine down tho river with its mean rs to tho beginning and levied upon as tho property of Brenk CombsTermsSato will bo wade on a credit of six months bond with approved security required bearing interest at the rate of six percent peiannum from day of sale and tho force and effect of n replevin bond f This 14th day June 1107 trfhe amount to bo made at this sale to which add fost of ad crtising10 00 BltECK CltAWFOHD S B C IhS IL KUGATB D S Sheriffs Execution Sale By virtue of Venditioni Exponas in favor of Floyd Day vs Marion Lawson which issued from tho Clerks office of tho Breathitt Cir cut Court now in my hands lor collection I or one of my deputies will o- nMonday July 22 1907 between tho hours of 12 oclock m and 2 oclock p m at the court house door in the town of Jackson Breathitt county Ky expose to public sale to tho highest bidder tho following property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy time amount of the plaintiffs debt interest and costs and Sheriffs commissions towit A certain tract of land in Brcathitt county Ky on the North Fork of tho Kentucky river below tho mouth of Frozen creek in said county beginning on tho south side or river at the mouthof a branch a corner of Win Lawson deceased thenco up tho point on the lower side of the branch with said Lawsons line to the head of the branch thence easterly keeping time dividing ridge between Mill creekand said branch to a stake on time top of the ridge at the head of time lirst branch above limo beginning thonce westwardly Jown said branch with its meanders to its mouth thonca with the river to the beginning levied upon as the property of Marion Lawson n defendant in paid execution Terms Sale will be made on a credit of six months bond with approved security required bearing interest at tho rate of six per cent per annum from day of sale and having tho force of a replevin bondAmount of debt 142 71 sher itrs cost S 5G advertising 9 50 Witness my hand this tho 5th day of July 1907 BUKCK CKAWFOUU S B C By S Ih FUOATB D S GJW COLLEY PROPRIETOR OF THE L E HotelAGENT FOR NURSERYaSMIT All kinds of ruitTrces Grapes III Berries Itycry EtQlor November de l i i Ltv n I filch Lout Blass- AIIlt0IJUArE FOIt Wadding Presents BOWLS PITCHERS TUMBLERS WINE GLASSES SYRUP STANDS VASES PLATES ICE TUBS ETC PRTicCso FROm 500 to 50 El NIL Jeweler IH J E MAIN STREET 01T Thin II10KNI- XLEXINGTON i A Full Elms of Wedding KY Silver nt lill crate Prices WAS 1 I 1 350 5 1t AND UP t SilverwareSilver ties Cut Glass Rings v it- t 1 tAND AIL KINDS OF l First Glass Jewelry l I il 8iD FLEENOIV JEWELER AND OPTICIAN JACKSON KENTUCKY R A CHILDERS WITH JOS G REED DRY GOODS CO PORTSMOUTH 0 Solicits the trade of the mountain i people He will be AT JACKSON EVE UY 30 DAYS postnlSnewill save you money fob 1 ly iIv I W W tI ilr wm t- l ust received a full line t it guaranteeTI 1 G Will cover more space last 1t tllongel and look better than t8nyother paint made Call t V1 t and see color cards and get tplice t t irCo i II 1- 1h 11 I e e = h 6ht- to i 1 w tYou Will Get All Thats m i t Ty- 3t Coming to You v hP G 1t r mIn our method of business ror every dollar Ii ti I you pay usjou getxtfoTmudred cents value in return i r w4r c t We Believe tzIInrI Jfthen you would nt know how good they are Jq V I rlTtCOME TO OLfe STO Z a lot J j5 J oISoyou can seoyfor yourselfthats time surest lunytif o 1 rJ n hIIdiP Ot 1- m tl JACKSON KENTUCKY I IoI f HH H H I HziW H H H HU H H i H H H odre 0711 riJ voUretrOl7ti fISSOUrl t A r Sometimes its hard to con f lSviiiCe some people If you fI Jare reasonable and f t jtheIJ1i f l4 I MonumentTed theIff eminent question with youJA telling you how much it will t cost and the cheapness t I J RMSHELYMQN- YMENTS 11 nmI e- Als s tottiU t d r I mS 5110 ftto a suanll chcsn ution 1 r a 1 HC IStoriesAuthors About Indiana IIALC BRUSH T State Of ln dinna has be come SO iertiie- B n lltornry IUUI us- to cause much meat the met O the common nrc iilmost envious of li c- HoosIer Stnte on nc count of Its bfnootli TARKiva literary fame TON content with pro It nlso soaOnclng n Low Wallace mini Into the ranks or literature very popular humorists Jnmcs Whit Hoiiib Riley and the younger Ueulus In nlnklug folks laugh George Ado It Is the native state of loaquln Millet anti liis produced both Tnrklugtou Iliarlc Major Georgo Barr McCutch im Meredith Nicholson Wilbur D XuHblt and others whose literary stars tire lii tbenheondnnt- IndlamntItCI3 uro noted for taklni home scenes or types of character ns subjects This Is especially true 01 Utxith Tnrklngtpn author of Thi t utlouinn From Indiana nnd 01 The CotnuiHt of Canaan tho scene of which are laid lu the hoosier State Othefs of his best known works art Monsieur lleauclatro The Two Vnu levels Cherry In the Arena niiil The Beautiful Lady Mr Turk JiiKtou who wns horn thlrtyelgh onrs ngo In Indianapolis and whi ittiitlte4at Irlncctoir onco said that be Itnil nulltorary success until utter try other ho struck Indiana tub AVhllo Tho Gentleman Iron ImlhJlIlj wns running In serial furu the ijil101 received n great number o letters from people throughout the Klnfo who thought they SOW In tho firs- 1friS numbers of tho story evidences 01 illxioyjilty to Indiana They ndvlsei Mr Tnrklngton to go east where hi IollloIi ell anti called him ovorythlni flu n snob to a traitor Four counts gapors took up the samo cry am him with as much ardor ns II he had been running for olllco 1 roilly hnrdly know what to thin of IrJsald Mr Tnrklugtoii It iierei occurred to tne to he disloyal and I t wiiii glad when tho story was flnlshei- Tnl id they saw that they were mis taken t 4 01t1J1Cilemnii nD wall was born In Xenla O he sprang Into fume while a news I I to 1 PLEASED rnorrnnron witnun uNRHn 1 paper worker In Indiana nnd much 01 his writing hqa been done while ro Riding In the Hoosier State Ho ma- rI lIf11 JII Indianapolis girl Silas Slur iw Jenkins Mr Nesblt is thlrtysl and Very boyish looking One Is nstoii Ishojlto learn that In his brief carce hNsrltlen over 5J300 poems Nat ofIInllI some of these effusion jlo not evince a high onler of genius but some of them havo won popularity There was a time wbcn the only way 0 ho could turn his poetic talents to proll was by writing rhyming advertise iinenlH One such effort was turned to 41 I 11 or cn array ot stra- i lull In nn Indianapolis dry goods store I tM awrIter otads lii prose tIr rcs- IJlthul not been much of n success He vas already facing tho danger or 1 IuIiig fired when this poem np 1tMftt Wlij wfltBlnfT dnmandci the proprietor ofTje 5nTPft Qf the man V tiger nt the sight of the inoralngi profits UrNesbir I told him 1 didnt thInk It vast Toll him to go ahead nnd vrrltf I- n4tlictdry goods store n poet WItS madu f5 TklcGutcheon has tin gooifi fortuno to be a HoosIer born und brod Jfqr he first saw the light on a faini ht Tlppccanoe cdimtyj Ind In 18a VHS educated Ihoiititlie MioltlS of liafnjQtto and at rurJuu ualvereltvot- hp1 iaio place lIe inlsfi wock 4 on ta Ii- iI fdyotto TajijnJ dur 4 Jliliijgary career r lie Is n w F JStlior of the car rJjfll llld lllutrn ttr iliii J McIi lIE com upon r wealths t growing No two lug lines I Iarr iilibcon ami U ncw 2raIlJittil ft clever art1ILLIIkUz rhe p s 4 iItf The SherrodK which won a 1 4a fj QO promlura from his publishers Is i r qlirJti Indiana nnd Illinois Among bin klIter works are Castle Craneyerow 5 rk llrcwstcrs Millions Tlic UiV of the IOL NwIriiU nril t Ptji ji Iiirasol jj e Tprjuln fllller the Poet oft1itSIer he of the brilliant pilaxy pf I I IAkl irnrv tars which has wade the stain 1 IK In nn proud of Itfelf because It ITU them to thor universe Ho wns jfiflju firant coimly near JalnpsaViJil P j I Ut though that as 10IEIIZI L 1MTeeeorc and tent years ago and time I filet tuft Indiana with his parents forI I Ibi Iuclflc Coast when he was nine bo nntIII has vivid memories of the day I early youth lu time Hoosler State 1 1 IM 4 it lfrlt his heybt 4 r proposed 1home on thft iJccasIon of hU next f tbilay Wbtcb fall In August and peoplesrthe rjclnlty are going to hIim a welcome nt the time of his F m9iIi1Img Writing io Goorgo D 2 lo9 dr editor of the Marlon Chron pimeireontIy sdPlwt I Most of iIl itg At to Ii ok fg ikb by iii 4 d 1OAQVIN illLLEIl AS OM U IN AND AS DOV vered parents built away baik III tbi turtles and I want to sti the lieniillfu river I want to go flhiiiigtu It 1111111 1 want to go out to tin old M taint vii huge and scu Jim SiiKc iias HhiusNMiio Rio and his two bright boys Thcj minnie mu it boY a tnt arrows Tin iir rows hurl keen bright points which they mads out or nn iM barrel hoop with paps tile Ami they wore per tcttS proof of tints there Is want a single buffalo left I want to walls down Iho old dtisty corduroy stnto HIm I wtint to KO to lnroiilnino barohuiideil I want tc walk In tho dust with my pants rolled to my knees Just ny of old We win luko some doughnuts III our pockets Sliiybc wo cats steal n COW applfs from HlucbcarO pirates Inirbortd along tin creek Anyhow I want to mule n day of It I want to I H boy buck on the old place onco innro before I tilt Come uloug anti bring n lot or boys mi girls n nj hit theniTnll bo kids once more not cjirlntr u IMJIII Whether school keeps or nut Mr Mlllor hits iwently nvowcd nn to tztkti hlx rcfldcueo In IuliSCUllJames Whltcouib ItlllJiIii IrnUnWl host known poet anti mitthejf- lbhiC oxpccts at least ntjiHch ofilaj fulnpKS in Ills povtli tfTiiKlons buthe iiin write sirrioii UNC us wns Hlnyyi Intlio he retli- ui tho unvelllniJpt tho of inu tfIIIIIuu W tuu in I tidi tin p01 is It was inlltlcd Jin Vnyngo and wiis compoKud 111 JUlES WHiTConn honor of Gcneru i 1IILEYLawtofli IIlImory whoa the JKdy of the hero was bcln brought hoq1iui the I hili JniII elf Dr Henry van Dyke In n recent us tide In the Hook sews Monthly thu discussed the popouallly or tin Hqc sler poet Some men use Ilirtr iMmonnllly 1111 1111 Others usu II an H IKJUI It rain ble them to move urniind aUtl11IPf tli world wlthout lVnr lnal In It Tlic5 last arc the men of ceniuMiywlifdn IMOII of the qualities of conluiahd Jume Whllcomb Ttlley U n person ufUiul kind Speaking of boalK WR lira ItijvltuMy re minded of that fumiiua Iliiiipayson oltl Thomas Iulltri In while lot Imagine n wit combat between UKII Jonvon nn stately ponderoui HpaiiiHh culleoii nn Will Shakespeare as u llclit qulnk ninv Inr English nmnafwiir If wa modern Izod the Htur and set hp UK say Mi Kilty and Mr Kliillnc alloat wjint nlmpe would our fanny BIVO tlirniT 4ljfrJiat till on would be II Iruillne for Mthenturou In ltHnttseOM laden vllii all w rli nf rrlJllCll pOt invt niercliandiKK nnit of cash era spites and Hit nilicr trfiilll bo Dna live built canoe framed exptoru Ion of familiar and friendly rttfle riven journeying with ever new delight of discovery through tlio woodland and Iht farmland of Indlnna xiopplnc wltliou tail ut Thu Old Bwlnnnln Hole mid tying up at niGht at KOIIIO landing plnr along the nruridywlne wllliln night of i farmhouse whore William Ixiachiiian oi Doe Slfer would IKS wultlnt for u coo UlkHlcht here BI home ImywJes right when wa air Bird dont sing soy wIer anywhere Crass dont grow tiny Krcenern she crow Accost the whore the old pall goes All things in rnrnhotM party er hi sight night hero at home boys ef we size HI right Charles Major author of two of tin most ixipular novel of flirt luy Vhci Knighthood WIIH In Flower 111111 Dorothy of Jlli Hull I fllso n native 41rllIIlIallllio wnK herr In IndiunapolN In 18Ti nml educate at the common schools of that city HIM of Shelbyvlllo where ho now resides lie also studied nt Michigan imlver slly He married u Shclhrvllle I tel Ic Miss Alien In th Mr Major comlilogp the pnic tlce of laitItts Ills writing of lleUiTm Ainoiig his itorlis tM ldes those Inen tlongd nroIenH Hif nine Ithor A Forest Ilvarlh nnd llurguptlyI Shelby v III he Htiitue IuV a Home Island Krlous redoliint punlur Shaw sliarns honors us n pro nil n a III till rJlAnita UAJOI xen with u lug ihickiii grower mid Hlill III genius la not iiiinpitrwliilpd In lii home town I shown by I tic romnrks ul a friend nho is quoted us Miylii I i aye known Charley for liilrly yiftri nnd I havo lur jot heard u bad wor unokfii against luau J never heard nJaIII tbls town KIV thntClmrley was nott Mralcht as a siring and one of ttiu bci I fvllowH In tiM placi lie ulnt pluck u about his money rllhvr Ho U as liberal as you iet em and there aint nobody Ii town that can nay that they ever did any thing for rtarlcy Major that lliey dldn Ctt pall fur I Thin IMghtNUinc kr August InarliP the popular overseer of the pour nt Fort Madison III says Dr Icings New Life Pills orB rl tIJ nnnlfi1J tiasy niat snore agreably dO rnoreRoiKl nnd ninlte one feel both lh nany other laxative Ounrnnte d 10 euro blJnmsnPs mind con atlptitlor 2 Sc At Jaokiun Drug tira First Rhina Steamboat Tlic first Htcaiulunt trIp on tIme Ilhln was made In 1SK1 tihtot failed to reucli Its diatliiatlqn nuikrort be cause ot tpJlI of fuel It belonged tQ nn Cngllsh company which applied to ho Kovenimont Cpr H uionfy ply of Ithlne navigation tlIowtu Cure ChilblainH freedom from chilblains I wrltei John Kemp Iiait0tt flf1d Me 11 apply llmckltims Arnica Sulve HarE alio umedIt f faltlhet11 wlthexsj lent rfiuUifGuaianteel to cpre fe ver loreirJrdolent ulcer vplleibarnj woutdirfro bitei and OLIn dlietjei He ttiichson DrugilnrfVJ J Jjt- i I ari t k JIr 1 Y TRAIN ANDTRACK Tho Transslbcrlan railway Is rtOC tulles long nml cost 181500000 A company lists been organized for Iho purpose of constructing nu C1LCtrll line from Toledo to St Louis will be the longest run of time kind There are thirty tuniioU on Kugllti railways of a mllo or more In leusll The Severn tunnel four nnd n hnlr miles In length Is much the longest At eight largo stations on the govern mcnt railroads In Japan tablets art bung up to provide means of wrltln reminders for such of time passenger who have anything to cbmmuulcate to their fellow travelers who do not ni rive In time v Vnr AtianiMt CoiiKUinptliin All nation lire erdtavoriit to eliot1 thnrnvngps of consumption time whit I plajzue that ciatma n many victin each year Folcy Honey and fllr cures cough and colds perfectly and you are In no danger of cur siimjml Ion Do not risk your health by taking sam unknown preparntlon whets Kiley Honey and Tnr in afe art cert lit Ii rejull Tha geninni IK In n yelii package Sold by lHpk on Drug Co 8l noy Ms Prop Mr Toad Wore tho Tumblo nng nc robats very funny V lIss FroB Kunny Why I thougl Id croak Kansna City Times Nearly nil ulitfanhlunrd Ojugh Sir up are constitntiiii e peci lly thus that contain upiuiM Thty dont lei Jut right Kentudje InralivB CWIIR I Syrup contaIns no oplqtea It drlvw the cold out of time System by Kenll moving the H welt Omtaina hlttnii nd Tar and tnt tf nearly as Kind Jl8 maplo ayrup Children like It Sol by Jackson Drnu Ce- Eternal Fires Near tho Caspian wa there ore sev oral cternnl llresso called by th natives where natural pas Issues frozE tho ground and hits been on tire fo UgliI nn In Poor Health Fur Year tlta W Keley of Manfleld 1n I was In poor heulth for Ioyuan auderlng from kidney and blur lor trouble and spent coiifidernb iiouey consiiltiiiR phyi iciaiii witliot ilitnnln any innrkrd benlU but wi uied by Foleyg Kidney Cure and I- Icslre to add my testimony that It nm je the cause of rostoriiiR LImo healthu IIlhers Refuse ggbMtitutes Sbh by Jackson Driig Di I Unorlng Still I You may nit you may hallO That dross suit nil you will nut time scent of tho moth ball I Will cling to It still Columbia Jester Thousands people are daily suffer lug with kidney and bladder trouble dangerous ailment J that should b checked promptly DeVitts Kidnp and Ultid4 r 1ill arrj time best rented for bnckaahp weak kidneys Inllsin nation of the bladder Their Tlon is prompt and sure A weeks treat i moist for 25c Sold by Jackson Dru GJ I r A Severe Kcforfrieition I Does your husbnnd play the race as inuch as ho used toV Ko nnswcivd young Mrs Torkln lie hasnt ns munch money ns he uscil to liavc Washington star Dank Notes- TheI famous writer of coon song pocketed 10000 In royalties ItutuO Is money ho said to himself thoughtfully Harpers Week IIJ IDurlnglhe summer kidney Irregular It is mire often caused by txcesatlvt ilrlnlvIiiR or being overhenJtd Attem to the kidneys ht 6nce by using Foley1 Kidney Cure Sold by Juckion Driij Co The Better Way It Is always best to know n verozi thoroughly before marrying him or her This U nn absolute provcutlvc Judge An Expensive Find Hard luck I found a dollar bill In my last summers suit For Joy I went and blew It In With several more to boot Eagleri i it Outsays many a doctor to his lady patients because he doesnt know of any medi cine that will cure female troubles except the sur goons knife- That such a medicine exists however is proved by thousands of cures by II WINE I OF CARDVI I Cures Womb Disease- Itj has saved the lives of many weak Lick womert and rescued otlt ers from a lifetime of chronic sIck- ness It will cure von If you will only give It a chance Try It by nil druggists and deal ISold 100 bottles GAVE UP SUPPORTER A wore a supporter for four years to keep up my womb writes Mrs S J Chrtinwn of MtnnsrlUeNYt JKydoclcrsald no mtdlclnt would help M After taking Cirdul I givi up my eupI porterand tm BOW wtUI I r f aa4 I i Two MINUTE SKETCHES I Marshall Field Dr J I1 E D GE R TON M Dunn tjfite hour a disci flinarian at other times al niott d poet ARS1IAIL IIKIIJ was the ivalist menhiint of modern times lie lanai factories till dvcr time world In almost cv cry country of Uurupe III China nm Japan lu Australia and lu North and South America Time poods umnufai hired by thoip milts tic void tiirougl liii great retail store lie was one ui the richest men In America yet IUtJI fur less stir than men with onetout of his wealth Moreover ho pnld taxw en n largpr pprcpritage pf his pissau on that probably any other Afucr jean millionaire He never fpcululcd never went In tlpbt nml urtir Wlta oj tontatioua with his charlIcs Tin world over lila name WIIH limo sylinziyzn for business Integrity In fact In civ lag tho three essential ipuilltlca or tin bucccsiiful business man Mr Ficli mentioned thf- QtItitliplla Inti Jlty- SccondOood judgment 111111111Pcrsevciniice- Thousnilds of people bv QVP Marshal Field have stipulated these as noccs rnty factors lu aucccss hut ho taut them tu practice lIe lived thoni Personally Field was rather tall Uut spare lie was reticent almost ti fcoiisltlvciioss During oillco hours lit was n strict tlUclnllimrlan at otlir tjuips almost n poot Ibid was r poor boy tho son of II Now liuglaiul fnnnor He early ot pressed a tlcslro to become n merchant and his father secured him n clerkship In n village grocery After the lapso- or a few months time older Held nske tile merchant how the boy wnu tuak lag out anti received u ullleoIfllns I port TIle storekeeper did Hot think young Field cut out fOr a buslnea plan At tzls thp 110 y ioggo4iyatr mined that ho would tool that purlieu her purveyor of calico and he did Colng to Chicago he started as n clerh I Htendlly crowded forward and WAY on the road to success at time time of lie VrltW of IST1 In this Ito bat irne tlcnlly nil but started npnlii with a little added edt to Ills dptunnlimtloi A cleaiiii i olean aoulina toothing lieiiiiglioueehtild yr In dy h IMYftt Carbullzed Witch lintel Salve Fo burns elIte scratches bruises ituec bites nnij aire feel it Is liP 11I11d hood for itl ff Hawnro of imitfttinnc Uet DjWat It is the bet Salt by J ickain QrrGo V Fine Writing QllnrlqiliJ Urotltpj vrlllnl Sciiie4 to have liceiT traced with a cambric nco die and Thackerays writing whllu inanclouAIy neat and precise was tO small that time best of eyes were need cd to read It Wise Counsel Iroin the South 01trant to give some valuable adviui t 1 those who Biffer with lassie b c I and kidney trouble aysJ ft JJUnk ensl11 or Heck Teiin y have provnI l nn iilisulute cfirtniiitj that ElfCri Bitters wilt positively cure thidudi irejilns conC Lloll The first botl gave me Rieat relief and alter tnklii i few more bottles I wnt coropletpp curtd 10 completely that It become i pleasure to recommend this great remit Idy11 bold under gunrnntee at Jack loll Drug store IVice 50c At the Seashore Clernld Werent we engaged last yearOcraldlno presume so It you wop hero when I was Judge They All Believo ItOne Illblo truth there I In which GIrls have abiding trust Our wives u cclully bcllovo That man U mad of dust Catholic Standard and Times When tit ro h the slightest imll cntlun oflmllKPBtion heart burn II it nlenco or any I inn of Somach trouble aloe a little Kidol nccaeionally and you will be a I1Jred Ill pronpt reliel Kodol is n compound of vegetable acids and conlaint the Juices found In a healthy Stomach Kodol digest what you ea makes your food do you good Sold by Jackson Diup Co 0 Date Vinegar Pate vinegar has Iwen mailo by tho Arabs for ages Bartered Beet ISccs according to an old Biipcrstl lion must always lie bartered To sell them Is considered most unlucky Hap lered bees are happy hit to be guilty of selling them Isn grIevous omen In Iced than which nothing cnn bo more dreadfuL SUmnliiilofi Without Irritation Timid Jthe watchwoid Tlmt nn vhiat OinV Laxative Fruit Syrup dirf lnmta and blimulates time boA i7 Ithout Irritation In any fyrm jr But Not to Be Walked On Iassenger I nm traveling on my raceCorstlmzctorWellit t Is certqlnl a plain road Mew York Press J Thf Way It Goes The auto horn gpes honkhonkhonk The engine rutatntf v i J A piece of glam and the nralai The blamed old tiro coeanatt CloyclanJ Ilatn or I1tIsick hiez1atfse bllplfunf snltlp5Jtfl rtg1q1 roIIren1by I rIn114a i For a clear complexion t- akcnzxo Laxative FruitSyrup Pleasant to tako Orino cleanses the sys tern and makes sallow blotched complexions smooth and clear Cures chronic constipation by gently stimulating the stomachliver and bowels Hefuio ubstltutca Price BOo FAOKSON BKUG GO 0 Do you really enjoy what you elll1 lose your foul taste god 10 30 el luinpry anl want more Or tli 01111 list ie a heavj dull feeling ift iiPnU tour itoniuh liolclilng sn 011 lao ftnm oli hat breath liullgrslti mimtltiysmpgis If o you loiild tnkn I tlic Kndol nftpr uicli mtml Kd vill nourIsh nm sliHinqllicn your dl Ilftl1 organ all ci furnIsh the natur Hgptlive jtslo S tot your ttomitcli I till niakt you well It will innko yell oj du you gnoil Turn your lootl In tt good rich blood Kodol digea hat you t at 9oM hy Jackson IIruJ Oo Human Hair tIt li twtUtwlod that 2ftl Imlra on tim Uond 10 on tho cltliuSK on the for irm anil 10 on the back of tho tllllld tiro iwpcrtlvcly contained In nn nrea of ouo iuarter of au latch Italian Drivers When ItalIans drivers with to stint their horses they ejaculate Ah IhiiluMvply Wliou Uioy wish to atoll way cry iiecut soothingly Cure of L4simg Trouble It Is now eleven yrtr4 slnu I hat a narrow tcapt front Ron umptlo i rrltei C 0 Floj1 it lemlliu tu hal man of orfhqw 8 0 1 liati run II VII In weight to J85 poundii nr- noglitni xvni coiitnnt both by tllY nd by night Finally I tigani Uklr Or Kings Kaw Dlioovery fcnd conil tied thtlor about tlx itiiinlliK hlW my oougl and lung trouble wets r- irely IT gum std I was renloied to lilY tt saul weight 170 pound Thou irdsnf por cnn nm healed everPIUunrqiilefHl nt 4apk oi Drug storm Do and MOO T allioilln free Science Siftings There are mountains In the moo SOOOO ret high pw life of n north Atlantic fettasrs h liften 200 years The average pitec at whldi n tlitu dorttorm travels Is twentyeight mid t1 Jmlf inllos nn Imnr A haaltliy adult brunthoa frotutfouIhfitt teJ1 to twelTfour UhtOft p rile ruto of thu pulso Is four times ha of the ra IhimUoni Anatomical Your bone I imBiber 40S Vout Ntomicli iras tour coats Mass Is tl e only animal who po esses the projection of the tower Jav lone known tm the chin The average hand of the man Is froi Mie lucia to Mi Inch and thretMjuartei Vniger thtn the womans average G It Kurhiuis T sstllcH After lotir Years G It lluihani of Carlisle Ocular N Y wrltps About four yenrn ago wrote you tinting dial I lId been er trely cured of severe kliJney trout I by taking lees limn two bottle of HI Ios Kidney Curs It entlrlej ntnppe the brick diit fdlinent III pain 111111 jmp ins of kidnry diffuse dIJnlrnr d I nm iliad to any thai I have nrvt hud a return if nny of those qluplcum dining the four ytari ilint have flnpir mid I am evideuil cured to stay cured rttid lipiirllly recommend Kolej a Kid liny Oure In tiny one suffering fro kidney or bladder troubo Sjld b Tickfiin D ng C- uReducd Rates VIA QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE 3RDribFEACHMOKTH l SOUThIi Winter TouristTIckets Now on sale good returning ill May31st 1007 prrticulars Eitp ilf- II C KING dPT AM Lexington Ky I RAILROAD TIME TABLES 11 LE RAILWAY VIXT13K TIMHTA1JLI2 EFFECT1VK NOV 18 1900 u WEST BOUND Nol NO8 Ex Sun AM rn Lv Tnckson 010 2 tO O K Junction 0 15 2 SZtl KIKiituwa G 20 2 ao Athol 0 40 2 tm2 Tnllcirn 0 10- SU a JO Helens G lit a 11 Uoftttyvillo Janet 7 07 I 20 Torrent 7 U- OCampion a 41 Junct 7 18 I 7 Dundee 7 52 1 03 S 0J 4 H Stanton 8 1 i 1 211 Clay City 8 25 1 ar L E Junct II 00 ii OJ Winchester 9 12 r 20 Ar Lexington 1 f5 j 05 EAST BOUND Daily Daily Filson DliItliiI- Ex Sun IM AM U Lexington 2 2r 7 3S Winchester 3 10 8 11 L B Junct a M- Cluy 8 20 City 4 00 n 02 Stunton 4 10 9 10 Filson 4 25 0 22 Dundee 4 U7- Ciimiiton 9 94 Junct 4 10 U J8 Torrent 4 57tJ M Henttyvillo Junct 5 18 10 17 St Helens 6 20 10 25 Tnllejja SitT 10 8A Athol 1 45 10 41 EIIlthwl 0 OGll 10 1 O Klunct C 10 11 lf Ar Jnclwon C 15 11 201 CONNECTIONSI o 1 nntl a will tnuko connections with 0 0 Uy tw Alt Sterling i CAMPTON aUNY1KNII CenjtrnlCampionUEAITYVILLEJUNCTION Ttnins Nos 2 nnd 4 connect with L A fly for passengers to nnd from ItcattyviUc O 46 K JUNCTION 1nI a toIl 4 with the Ohio IConCucjfy for local stations on 0 I CHAS SCOTIA PAI I 0 K RAILWAY IUITKCTIVU NOV JU JtiqtJ WEST BOUND r4r Jiteison 11 05 i oo 0 K Junction 11 15 a 10- FloztJ1 n ai- n IsYltnclco as Im- Wilhlllst 11 44 a s- 11tiiiiton 2 11 51 4 05 m Hose Fcik 12 05 4 aO Leo City 12 ia 4 15 Jlolcchltwlt 12 111 1 115 Ar Cannel City 12 ar l 20 EAST BOUND Daily Ex 2i IIIAH I liT A I Lv Cannel City 7 JO 1 00 llelcclmwii 7JI I 17 t Lee City 745 1 23 Hose Fork S 00 1 12 Illtl111tonI 8 24 I H I Iii U7Vnnclevo 1 117 Froxcn S 50 2 01 0 K Junction 9 2K 2 25 Ar Jllcltson 9 30 2 30 Sunday passenger train lezives Cannel City at 1 00 n in returning ICIIVPS Jackson Itt 4 00 p in M IA CONLEV Gen Mgr Mountain Central oJ Depart Arrive 5 45 it in Campion lljKJniht 145 pin Campion 0p p in Arrive Depart 8 00 n m Campion Jun 10 05 a in 4 OOiini Campion Jun 4 40pm Make connection with all L E pasenicr trains S KB 11 THE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITIlJr Kings NSW Discovery II FOR cOUCHS OLD IIIrooI I I Want a Farm fIOR A TOWN LOTJ- t i + rlN ItI L to 41- 1w 0 3 i r Our list of iorm lands ana town lots il11 ii cludes the best ri Bieuthitt coufly 11111 Jackson v 1 It doesnt cost you anything toOot what you want through us It we haven t got what you want we get ftt i HAG1N8 LAEQN I t 1 F- REALEsThTEiAcKsoN I KY T J I I = a I I Here AVc AroII i The Celebrated ItANAN SH09 IIf Tho Beat on I J Ff lQ1 sOO P R i at F l For Sale By t iVm S DAY E3ROE3 cXD J JaQ501I Je1tUQIy I 1 Kidols t j1ST SunII IGUfutANlEFD FOR DYSPEPSIAhid DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT fiRiUtvtl Indltittlon Sour Stomach Delchlnj ef Qu ito rmrAiio OMLV AT THI uioitATOir or EC DeW TT COMPANY CUICAGOIII JACKSON DRUG GO jT 4 c 71