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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c I s lJ4r cJ f j r fI 1Vj r rtJ I Ir Best AdYclt sung lIe hnn I IN DREATHITT AND DJOININO COUNTIES WidK Editor and Publisher A NKWSIAIKH DaVOTKD TO INTKBKST8 OK EASTKltN KEN TUOBYONe DorrAit PKR EAR m ADVANC Volume VI Jackson Fridar July 19 1907 Number 38 Gea G 9OQ O F 8oreFa i ft F i i Has just received a lied 1F and pretty line of ti F F 1 MillineryQ tF For ladles and misses and 1 0 4F offer you the opportunity t of choice in many styles of- F j- o hats und bonnets of the FF F first quality at low prices Rugsa aF iF gCurpets and mattings just g received in last few 0rTheyre beauties at fof 0 0 9FG i Oh yes AVO have just opened a nice assortment of i 0 Luflics Skirts Silk Shirt Waists Hosiery Purses Combs i rFand an extra good line of Ladies rind Childrens Shoes and w i- g Slippers F 0 Wo can tho wants of any f Man or Boy when inF9 jn need of Clothing Shoes Hats and Furnishings a 1SJkCSJ i F 0 a OGO gOQQeOGoeeee mo eeOOGG u U L4WAg lTErSjOUTH AND SOUTHWEST p SOUTHERN RY From LEXINGTON To ONE WAY ROUND TRIP rFirst and Third Tuesday Each Month 817D5pDatnport Okla S31 90 817 85 Stroud Okla 831 00- 1S 15 Oklahoma City OklaS31 90 17 Ob1ulsl I TS3000 SIr GO Brownsville 75 818 85 Dallas Texas i S33 75 20 05 illonston ToxasS33 75 521 Antonio Texas3 75 SiD 15n u1Vacu 1oxas338 75 On Sale Every Day in April I I S3S 00 Ono way California common points t S1O 10lortinnd Oregon S37 DOSpokano Washington Ix 66 50 Low rates to many other points For other information cull or wrjte Kytr C BEAM I In A G P A 0 II llUNGERF ItD p P A St Louis MoLouisviller Ky 52S2525252S 52525 525 SS252S n FLOYD DAY President J SAM + L HEu JH Cashier n- A f Cj F P WS TOPPER Asst Cashier M P DAVIS Acting Cashier m 1 m JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK ruJackson Kentucky v I Paid up Cu 2735ooorI n ofe 1M + mWo1 Lumber Manufacturers rn Timber Dealerss s ID + Business Men tcZ4Z4Merchants t= Jy Throughout Kentucky and offer our OustomorsI rnthemost i T U m Within the limits of legitimate business = = = t rn COLLECTION A SPECIALTY Ill c RnSU 5i fjr f A 3 1 c f w I 11rye Ifh 1 rr it Y 1tJ 1Jl ttW C f II y t = I 1 BREATHITT COUNTY NEWSw J 5 r i S slllolApril J M I POLITICS THE CURSE Of Schools As It Is of Everything It Touches In Kentucky SFIVELLFIn this day there is a great howl thereFlines is unquestioned Tho people as a whole arc denied the enjoyment of many blessings by reason of politics and parties I mean to say that often politics steps in at opportune times to prevent tho uc complislimcr of tho greatest good to tho greatest number of tho peo plo When politics is worshiped to the disregard of principles it becomes a great evil So there is as great need for the use of a big broom in tho old houses of politics as there is in any other department of human affairs The old par ties nerd to be reformed and ro vivified with eyes single alono to the good and glory of tho people Tho educational status of n Com monwealth is tho thermometer that truly indicates the greatness of its people tut regards their con duct in life morally and socially Kentucky used to be truly the only seat of learning west of the Allcghanics Tho first university west of tho Allcghanics was established at Lexington This State was then the real leader in nil things that go to make n glorious and grand Commonwealth of splendid intellectual people Kentucky statesmen then took tho lead they had no equal and Kentucky was a power in the molding of public sentiment in matters of education and state craft It was tho Bright Magnetic Star around which nil other States revolved and imbibed inspiration for noble and heroic work Hut today in this respect Kentucky boasts without n cftuscAfor boaS ing and all the laudation she gets is selflaudation and selfpraise is half deception half falsehood Today Kentucky occupies a back seat in the educational world when I believe every State in the Union is ahead of her except seven A shame a great pity an outrage People have lost their heads They have themselves to go hogwild after parties Battles arc waged and millions spent orI the success of parties while not aIword is said for Kentuckys educational interestst Indeed it is and education is a sham nndI a fraud in Kentucky 1 A fellows politics is his credentials of fitness to do educational work In many places n teacher must have u pull with tho politicians to get employed as a school teacher His politics must bo or thodox And no wonder Kentucky is yet the Dark and Bloody Ground It can not be better than its conduct it can not bd than its standard of educa tion and that standard is far from tho highest If it wero possible to arouse tho enthusiasm in behalf of education that is annually aroused in tho interest of politics then Kentucky would soon advance to tho front in tho march of education And why not be as enthusiastic and inter ested in that which so affects tho moral wellbeing of tho people Nothing can so bring glory to the State as the spread of intelligence throughout her bor ders that comes alono through tho channels of education Tho human family stripped of education is but a family of wild animals haying neither regard for things nat ural or divine The uneducated part this day as in nil times arc held in abeyance from the com mission of score numerous Und outrageous crimes alone by the power and inllucnco wielded by those who have a touch of educa tionan education that develops tho brains and softens tho heart and causes them to have n love and J sympathy for humankind Today much is said by tho well wishers for Kentuckys good about tho laxity in tho enforcement Jjt the law and how lis a result crime is rampant in maW parts of tho State Has it ever occurred to- P 1 f- I F f them that illiteracy is the Big Fruitful Father of crime Pun ishment is a necessary evil it is n bloody relic of barbarism of downright heathenism and it is fur more important to build more school houses than to build more jails and penitentiaries It is wiser to improve tho system of education than to devise severer modes of punishment for those who have been made miserable and unfortunate by a lack of attention by the upper dogs those whoso neglect to duty leas mule it so possible for crime to flourish Tho Blue Grass tho rich and aristocratic section has been the recipient of gifts and donations andappropriations for educational purposes on the part of Kentuckys lawmakers It needed them it stillneeds them and nobody is kicking Hut these old hills these everlasting mountains are sup posed to be part of the State whether they are treated as such or They contribute their mite uncomplainingly toward defraying the expenses of the government only to get indifference and but little consideration in return WQ aro culled bad men of tho moun tings butaccuse us of what they maythey can not accuse us of be jug beggars We have managed to get along though only midlin like without State aid We have no State Normal no State College no Stato University and if such a thing should bo proposed the Blue- Grass would butt in and say Let us have it wo need it tho moun tains are too inaccessible Yes these mountains arc very m accessible and as long as every good blessing is to go elsewhere they will so remain rho host natural talent of tho State is the mountain boys and girls It needs only development to bo on top in eqr thing Give tho mountains onehalf tho educa tional opporttinUici of Uro Blue Grass and see them head her on tho lirst goyThe present public school system as carried on is it monumental farce It needs a put on a moro effective basis I believe in stead of having a little shabby poorly inattractivelyarranged school house at the mouth of every other branch throughout the counties as wo now have it would be bettor to havo but onoor two schoolhouses for each precinct have largo commodious modern attractive buildings conveniently and comfortably arranged and put them in charge of educators not little twobyfours and pay them for their services Crown this with a rigid compulsory educational law that will compel the attend ante of tho pupils and inside of ten years crime would bo to a minimum an era of good feel ing established and tho shotgun form of government be a relic of tho past feuds disappear factions bo broken up and instead ofone class wanting tho other class burned at the stake penitcnthired for life or hanged higher than llnmon a spirit of brotherly love one for the other would reign supremely anda united and indissoluliblo Brotherhood Man bo tho result Hatred envy and malice are the fruits of an uncultured mindand an undeveloped heart Complete salvation and higher civilization aro found in education Let us have it- Campion Ky July 1907 Swifts Silver Mine Not discouraged by his disap pointments in prospecting during tho last eleven years Michael ONeal of Parkersburg VVa has gone to Wolfe and Estill counties on his tenth trip to locate the famous lost silver mine which was operated over 150 years ago by John Swift ONeal believes ho has secured information that will enable him to locate theV in from which Swift took ores that wttichtjJ MEN WANTED Men of exp riencowa cd the Frozen Creek rCannol HOwner1 ro k J iIt s J J 1 J Caleb Powers Case Witnesses for tho Corrtmn wealth in tho Caleb Powers case Special town on July 29 arc being summoned to appear at that time The number of old witnesses will not bo Jlcarlso largo as at former trials of the case Commonwealths Attorney Franklin says however he will have a number of new and important witnesses for tho State It has been determined by th prosecution that Senator Charles J Bronston of Lexington Judge Williams of Frankfort and Judge Victor Bradley of Georgetown will be associated with Common wealths Attorney Franklin in tho conduct of tho case for that side Willies Essay on Bees- A bca is a on won end and a torridzone on tho othorf a beas hind feat is hotter than a slate roof in August Onct a poet with long haro and a celluloid kollar mended with brown thred rote a throbbing ballad entitled How doth tho littel busy bee and boys aint had no fun since becaws their mas is allus telling them to improve each shining minute and rolling stones doant gather no moss Tho honeybee goes out in the morning when thee sun is standing tiptoed on thee mounted top and the world is filled with musik andapploblos soms and carries honey frum the lilyV dainty kup to thee beetrec whitch belongs two sum farmer in theo denco woods lIe sees only what is faro and he sips only what is sweat I he leaves the chaff and takes the wheat I Tho tote sez bear works for man and never hurts the tiny lour but loves it there beside thee rode just where theo Lord he made it growcd I 0 beas Sweat hens I on wing yew have two work like everything and waid in honey two your kncns butjo54or me I do not scatjiow yew Ivan keep from sneezing hen It makes me sneez tow stick my nose down in tho grass where dewdrops blows and onct I stuck it in a rosen btu jumped out and sting cd my noe 0 ben 0 benO ben 0 bea0 geol thats all I know about thco beat We take our hat off to Ken tuckys Governor but ho has one moro act to do before ho can hope to gain the peoples entire confi dence and this act is to serve his connection with the lIar is gang Jessamine News Democrat Mrs C P Wiggins Lexington Ky says I gave my fowls Bourbon Poultry Cure when they were sick and it certainly worked won ders Sold and garatced by Day Bros Co- Four newly enlistedrecruits left Lexington Sunday for Columbis Barracks Ohio The recruits wero obtained by Lieutenant F W Hershler at Jackson They are Jimcs H Nickell Lee Ritchie Rescoo and Jesse J McIntosh Worry kills more people than workbut its is a blamed sight easier way to die Master- Commissioners Sale Breathitt CircuitCourt Abrelia Marcum Guardian PUTS Notice of Sale Nellie Fhinnory c Defts- By virtue of a judgment of sale rendered by the Breathitt Circuit Court at its May term 1807 I shall proceed to otter for sale at the front door of tho Court House in Jackson Breathitt County Ky onMonday July 22 It being the lirst day of tho July county court fj reathitt county beginning aboclock noon tho following4Zribed real property lying and being in Breathitt county Kyon waters of Ho wards Crcck find bounded and described as follows Beginning on a rock marked B- onIS tho north bank of tho Mar creektribu a otucky rivefrUbout 800 feel ftSovo the forks of creek on ltheJi je of the lands of Lee Dea Rug hencoJL85 0 w 568 feet to a- blaokoak J01160f ct to a chestnutsS feet to A 0- cIL4 6ltVjj 11 t Jty J t s k- rrL7 r Oq 1 w Jl I Tlle Largest Circulation pF ANY PAPER IPt THISSECTION AllAoiNa THK Kentucky the satisfy Toxas3U 55San CRAWFOUDVicoPrcs Eastern allowed himself higher vitally not thoroughoverhaulingand voting reduced vocalist fleeing Young 1907 A two small sourwoods on a point corner to the land of John David JuicJsonslineoaks 6415 w 176 feet to a stake n 87 adv 2G3 feet to a stake n fiG 713038ew w 25feetfeet to a chestnut on a knob s 5 w 3971 feet to a small dogwood jacks 20etinlandGe e leaving the line of said Davidson the land of Arrowood s 53 lf w 200 feet to n chestnut oak s 57 30 w 150 feet to a cross on u rocks 59 w 208 feet to a stake s chestnutG2 s old marks s 59 45 w 109 feet to a chestnut s h3 w J72 feet to chestnut oaks 54 30 w 26i feet t a stake s 78 45 w 20G feet to a chestnut onkn 9130 w 295 feet to a black oak li w296 feet to a chestnut stump n C0 30 w7G oakG8w s 322 feet to a cross on a rouirncar a small hickory s 86 w 230 fftet to a oJJasperArowoodstake n 42 15w 163 feet to stake n 51 w 166jeet to a hickory 17feet9 largo rock n G945 w 138 fetch to a stake n 8015 w lR5 feet to a stake n 55 30W 199 tect 16 a todouble t to a staken law 137 Jgemrrf stake under nailers rock 41 50 w to two poplars under nailers llenjamin NlwtonAcust n 171 w44 feet to a hickory n 53 jw 248 feet to a lend pine n 79 15 w 110 feet to a chest nut ri 07 45 V 208 feet to a pine s 85 50 w 104T feet to a stake n 84 30 w 105 feet to a small sour- wood n 78 6j5iyOSftto a small hickory s 793 tan hickory n 81 w 128 ftto a st n 71 50 w 23S feet 3oa white oakcor ner to the Illnq of Lee Combs and with his laving tho land of Ben Mclntoshn 2115 o 251 ft to a hickort1i45 o 202 ft to a ft to a stake n 17 45 c 114 ft lo a pine bn largeblackmaple on n large rock n 1515 w 367 ft to a stakefcn 13 w 207 ft to two pines n 2 45 e 106 ft to a stake n1745 etta ft to a stako by a Hat rock n 2fM30 o 409 ft toI a stake n C o l4J fit a chestnut oak corner to the miltof Alfred Ilollola nisi on his line leaving theI lino ofLeo Combs s 85 o 112 ft toI a walnut s 82 15 o 126 ft to a stake n S9 30 c 191 to a pine n 75 o 256 feet to a stake n 59 e 216 ftI to a pint and chestnut n 33 c 202 ft to a small hickory n 60 30 o Ibl feet to a stako n 55 45 o 182 ft to a black jack n5l 30 o 133 ft to aIlarge chestnut onkn 68 o 153 to stake n 74 o 185 ft to a stake n89e135fttoastakes83o112ft ISS poles to a black jack n 63 30I o209 poles to a chestnut n 45 94 feet to a chestnut oak n 51 30 e 107 ft to a cross on n rock n 5f30 o 96 to a chestnut under 1j liirge rock n 59 30 e 91 ft to a- pine n 67 o 100 ft toa stake n 29 30 o 128 feet to a stake n 130I w 73 ft to a cross on a rock n 14 w 225 ft to a chestnut oak n 8 30 w 179 feet to a chestnut n 16 c OS feet to a stake n 14 eI151 feet tou chestnut oak hickory n 17 30 o 125 ft ton chest nut n 1 30 w 145 ft to a chestnut n IS 45 c 100 ft to a on a rock n 31 15e 78 ft to a stn7us 87 c 61 ft to a locust s 81 15 o 75 ft to a cross on a rock n 8G 30 0 66 ft to a red hodn 74 45 o 122 ft to two hickories n 75 45 o 177 ft to a black jack n 60 30 o 120 ft to a small hickory n 50 J5 o 150 ft to a cross on a rock n 58 30 o 129 ft to a largo chestnut oak n 87 15 o 124 ft to a hickory n 7810I P 168 ft to a chestnut oak s 87 15 o 177 ft to a small white oak n 43 15 o 176 ft to n chestnut oak corner to the land of Mary Spi cer and with her line leaving thoI land of Alfred Hollon n 72 o ft to a largo chestnut oakn 27 30 e 414 ft to a flat rock n 3715 o 280 ft to a stance corner to land of with1theirMary Spicer s 61 45 o 857 ft to a small pino on a knob s 15w 539I ft to a pine s 15 o 864 ft stake s 37 o 241 ft to a chestnut oak on the ridge in tho head of the firstright hand fork of tho Mar m fork of Howards creek n 73 30 o 419 ft to a black oak uti5 30 o 147 ft to a staken 0145 crOO ft to a small 1y koK1 11 J I j J 1 tOr v 11 tA Jt 4 11L r a knob s 5616 o 391 ft to a double chestnut n G2 c 213 ft ton stake n 41 45 o 54J ft to n rock on a high knob s 60 o 526 ft to a hick ory s 88 30 e 142 ft to n stake n 83 c 211 ft to a chestnut oak on a knob between Cano creek Dots Shoal branch and Howards creek corner to Doty Shoal tract n 47 30 e 486 ft to 3 dogwoods n 24 P 184 ft to o hickory n 44 30 o knobsn c a nut oak s G4 45 c 171 ft to a hick ory s 31 30 0 256 ft to a stake s 57 o 278 ft to a black oakcorner to the land of Thomas Chancy and with his line leaving the lino of the K U Land Co thence s 42 15 o 143 ft to a stake s 40 15 e 197 ft to a stake s 46 e 135 ft ton black jack s 49 30 o 137 ft tondogwood sapling s 55 50 e 132 ft- I to a stake on tho point 8 42 c 212 ft to a black oak s W 15 c 100 ft end of n point s a1330025ftto a stake s 38 30 0 66 ft to a sycamore in tho mouth of Doty Shoal branch on south bank of the North Fork of the Kentucky river on the line of W K Gambills landand with his line leaving the land Of Thomas Chancy s 55 w 234 ft to n double dogwood s 40 45 w 114 ft to a stake s 34 45 w 258 ft to a stake s 49 30 w 247 ft to a stake on the side of the hill s 76 15 w 166 ft to a large chestnut oak on the silo of redaoak s 79 IS w 327 ft to n stake s Tl 30 w 298 ft to a red oak n 54 321aft a sassafrds vi 170 ft to a lo t custHj 70 15 w 2li ft to n stake n 74 w2l22 ft to a spurwood on a branchan Gambill thence Ala 213 feet tag n hickory t and chcstnuicQak on tharidge in the head of the Doty Shoal branch asmallliickorys 12 45 w 361 ft to a blade oak by a largo rock on a knob thdnco s 5 30 o 704 ft to a black oak on ntknob s 51 e 308 ft to a redo k an1 sourwoods 8 15 o 375 ft too red oak s J 45 0 134 ftto a stake s 45 15 o 371 ft to Ii double maple s 11 15 e 165 ft to a black oakona ridge corner to tliovJand liislincleavingbill thence a 48 v 120 ft touredoak on the side of tho hill w 110 ft to a white oaks sa 30 yv 2S8ft to a red oak on of the hill tnencos 35 30 w 410 ft to the beginning containing 710J acres by actual survey 1Second tract is as follows Ly r countyKy I Fork of the Kentucky river andJ bounded and described as follows Beginning at a stake 20 ft from DotyShoalbrnncl of the North Fork of tho Kentucky river thenco up the point on line of Thomas Chancy n 38 30 w 66 ft n 13 30 w 258 ft n W 45 w 100 ft to a black oak old mark on poinr n 42 w 212 ft n 55 50 w 1J2 ft loa dogwoodn 49 30 w J 137 ft to a black jacknM w laST t tn4015w195ftJwH3a on the heacLofmain fork of Cano s creek corner to tho land of tho K U Land Co and with their I lino n 57 w 278 ft n 31 30 w 256Jft to n hickory n 64 45 w 171 P to a small chestnut oaks 86 14 w highknob s 24 w 184 ft to a treble dog woods 47 30 w 486 ft to a chest nut oak on a knob corner to Alex l ender Davidsons exclusion and with that lino s 14 30 o 650 ft to a hickory s 10 327 ft Co a hickory l and chestnut oak corner to tho l t land of W1I Gambill and with I a his lines 57 15 o 213 ft to a sour wood on a point between Dotv Shoal branch and W E Ganibillsrbranch s 74 o 122 ft s 70 15 o 212 ft to a locust s 43 30 e 321 ft s 51 o 252 ft to a red oak n 71 30 o 298 feet n 79 15 0 271 feet to a small red oak o 68 ft to a largo chestnut on side of tliehill n76 15 o 165 ft n 49 30o 247 ft n 31 45 e258 ft to a stake on a ItoSaid property will be jsoli nt auction to than highest and best bidder on credit of sixand twclvo If months in lual installments and thellureherwill bo required purchasemoney j y bearing interest tom date of salcjv and having tho force and effect of replevin bond qnd a lien will be reserved in said bonds for the property sold for tho full pay t meat of the purclmso price c v f Bidders are expected to comply r = promptly termskCost OfSUIGIlOJ8 it J slpnerf cost 12 i coat of print il 0QrTo cost 7435- x Wl QARDWILti o Of t t ift j i t t 40 The Breathitt News SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE K f WISE HAGINS EDITOR t i I A H PATTON IAITORNEV AT LAW U OFFICE IN CRAWFORD BLDG Q JACKSON KY N ti + zss2srs 5aszs zs21M DR O H SWANQO rPJYSI IltI pNe SuR EoN OFFICE HOURS8A M TO 4 P n HAKOIS BUILDING 1MIN KENTUCKY lS225252S25252525252S2Sru For Printing Phone 64 FRIDAY JULY 19 Jones sells Refrigerators at cost John Jones of Noble was hereon business Thursday Bill Needham of Robins spent Sunday with friends hero Judge C1 Bowling of Frank 1 fort was hero on business durini the week Mrs Will Copes tho guest CIf Mrs Tom Cope on her way to Swango Springs t Miss Nell Needham has returned homo after a visit to llissesNI1J1C and Mae 3ewell i 1 rMiss Alico Jett has tcturnClI home after n visit to Misses Pat Irick nndjSevell 01TudoG W llcenor wo t the first of tho eo on legal business Miss Kato Green has o- an oxtondGd visit to D on Ohi find other joints = WairfiftcIt 20 to 30 gal Ions r of blackberries at 1 Tfie News office 5 i iSD FIcenor left Monday for r Kl PaSso Texas where he will remain for some time for hi health t MissEugenta Patrick of Slau font is the guest of Misses Ger A trudc Patrick and Elizabeth I1a 1 gisar yfrs Susan Hays and Mrs 0 leija Hays left Saturday tp v i i Miller and other relative1 i in Woodford county v Mrs K C Graves and childrenc Returned Tuesday from a visit to 1 Mrs Graves father Judge Flan nery of Qwslcy county t Col J E Lang is aj Irvine tlfis week loading on the cars th4 staves he lost by the breaking o- a the booms during tho last tide Taulbert Holliday was shot nnd SaturdayJf that the sfroofiOg was accidental W J Copoleft Thursday morn I ing with fourteen men for Cur t jtersvillo Ga whore they have a companyt0 On account of bad health S D rFleenors store is closed tempo rarily Any one wanting work A loft with him or wartting to bu any jewelry will please call on G W Ile nor who will wait on them Y The Glasgow Times a Demo cratio paper throws the following 1 partyrtfrank and fearless utterance liThe Times desires togo on re cord as protesting against the further retention of Jim Ilargis in any lolitictIJapacitr whatever If T to resign thr Executive mmitteo should pass a resqlutipn denouncing his conduct ami declining to bo here after associated with him Jntuckv Democracy cannot nifbrd to condone ot4 oven coup tenance the retention of this man in its councils His sjtjting there i j an insult to his pirt affront t t political decency Ho has been ncljtulgedlSa assassin bVaVDemo crutlc Urt fAplsind ordered to pnSOOO damages to the widow of his victim Jim Hargis should be forced oil the DemoeratloStateExecutive Commute His very preeeees is touchtwWUpoliticalItSj tha better f J J c- K t 3q 1 1 I i1 it t cdJf 1rlf t 00- fJ Pi 4 t 1 r iit h JIf I Jones is closing out his Refrig erators nt wholesale cost lion Z T Hurst of Boxer was hereon business Thursday T P Cole made a business trip to Irvine limo first of tho week Will Hopper has returned from a visit to homo folks at Burgine Steve Hammonds is improving after an attack of typhoid fever Mrs Sallie A Combs and Mrs James Ncaco Jr of Nedare quite sick Miss Flora Snowden of St Hel ens is visiting her cousin Miss Maggie Snowden Judge H F Davh has more his family to Wolfe creek where lie is interested in n large losrginp job t E H Minnix was in Lee and Kstill counties tho first of the week looking after his mill busi ness Mr und Mrs A II Cundif hare returned homo from their honeymoon to Jamestown Expo sition The now bridge at Bcattyvilli has been completed and is now open to the public They collect the ime as on our bridge only thOyFtitQ is about twice as much c Mrs Alex Crawford and daugh tor Miss Margaret have returns home from a visit to Lexingtoi- whcrevsMisf Emma Crawford underg 0jtrcatment inn hospital a Clarence Hu den while walking along t1iroad near the 0ri K Junction stepped a nailBchelltient nearly throw his foot JIeHns not been able to n llfJBfuce butts improving Sam Darch has ju completed n skating rink in Beattyville ne- o ar the northiohd of the bridge white- h would doxfedit to n largo city The matcriiit and workmanship uu1 gasoo line oti in tnusic necessary We attended circaU court Irvine Monday and Tuesday We had not been there for Severn years and we were surprised t0 see tho improvements in tho towns There was a good crowd our or Monday Wo were there for the thno people what Kind of n papcr The hayd fair success in getting subscribers in various parts of vile county r11e are greatly indebted to Sheri i hopse one o Durbin for the kind assistance shown us in helping us to get our paper circulated in that county und wo hope to bo able to do some Jtliing for him in return While ire did not expect Every one to subscribe wo were treated with byprcrfSavings Bank Depart meat Owing to tho fact that we have enjoyed seven years of prosperity made possible by the patronage of the people of section our Board of Directors the recent meeting decided th a our earnings in the future should be divided with our customers To that end we established n Sav lags Department in connection nnvwill allow on ts n our Savings Department interest at tho rate of three per cent We will furnish our saving deposi torswith a handsome Steel Clod Savings Bank which is described in our advcrtisment found else where in this paper Write or call on us for further information JACKSON DEPOSIT BA K The Hargis Trial Very little imam been done in the Ilargis trial at Sandy Hook The case was called Monday and the Commonwealth moved to set aside time entire jury panel because it was not selected according to law and because the regular jury com missioners had not selected them whichmotion was sustained The jury commissioners were then summoned and ordered to put 150 names In the jury wheel arid draw 36 na for a jury panel which- waS done Tho ComnioA1vehltbn made a motion to 1lresisted that the attbVnoys and witnesses ira havJnfif trouble in getting plaofto ItJk If td a l YVj4 io 1 i lffI aNo wr f i- r j tti JAla JN JM Monthly Crop Report The Commissioner of Agriculture nt 1rankfort in his crop re port issued the first of tho week saysThe first half of tho month of tune was quite wet with rain nearly every day Corn planting in lowlands that was already late was still further re tarded by these excessive rains The early planted corn suffered for cultivation and many holds became foul with grass and weeds The latter half was almost ideal and gave farmers a splendid opportunity to get their wheat ii the shock in good condition and wage a war on the weeds that were rapidly taking their cornfields I The acreage of corn is n little short of last year owing larger to the unfavorable weather continued too lato in time sensor for the preparation of much of the low lands that would have beer conchltions limo condition of time cot I crop is not up to tho standard The wheat crop will fall short ol an average crop Outs promise about threefourths of thoHlOU crop Many counties report the crop almost a failure Uye prom ises sonic better butt considerably below last your Romp U nearly up to loot year in acreage and con dition Burley tobacco Is reporter isl0 per cent short of last year Grasses are doing fairly well con sidering the damage done by the army worm Potatoes promise full croprlll fruit crop except onberries will bo a very short one On the whole vile outlook is not sc gloomy as appeared some weeks ago Turkey IOur school begun Monday July 8th IpMrs John Evans of Jails Creek was at this place Saturday mcRichard Herald and Edward Terry were at Turkey Saturday atUr Anderson of Booneville was on tho side at Terry this week Wilgus Steelo is visiting his aunt Miss Lillie H Steele ot Heidelburg Mrs Herbert N House visited her aunt Mrs Evans of Jetts Creek Sunday Mrs Thos Griffith is very ill under the treatment of Drs Glass and Anderson John Cornett of Troublesome is visiting his sister tics Mary Terry of Lick Branch J Terry has been haying on his Lick Branch farm this week Mr Terry says his hay is fine John Caudell who has been working at Fourmile for the past two months returned home Friday last Julius McIntosh of Jetts Creek passed here Sunday en route t Buckhorn where ho will enter school Creelilionnt 22ndtWo learn that work is now being done on the Puncheon Camp College It is hoped that it ko a success as it is greatly needs- d in this part of file section We noticed in the Jetts Crock lector of last week where Mrs Hose of Antigo Wis was t isti 11ke Its Mrs H N House of Anligo She will visit her parents Mr and Mrs J Terry for two months Then she will join her husband in Chicago They will spend a couple of weeks visiting there and then return to their homo in tho north BLUB BELL Clemons Joe Clemons visited J D Clear ons Monday and Tuesday Ed Wilson and wife are visiting friends and relatives on Quicksand James Clemons and wife went toJackson the first oMbcMvecfc to consult n physician 11 C demons is putting in the and windows irr qt it Backs ew house here It will be TJccu 5ed by J D demons when com tiThebaldIIn w jI+ ot ofiJI r life Bible says fiat tho Sabbath was time last day of tho week Bead St Malthoiv 2S chapter t to 2 verse also Genesis 1 chapter I to 9 terse Genesis 2 chapter 1 to 1 verso and you will quickly sea tho Lord says it is the first day of the week LKATHEU BIUTOIIKS OWSIEY COUNTY Booneville A number of cases of typhoid fever are reported in this county Primary election tomorrow with but little wild and no excitement The recent rainfall made a great tie tide in the river Many wenlI downHouse limes picture mon and scratching graphophones are about to tale this community They art opttsuggest a W M Mays took into his cus tody a few days ngo Margaret Frceinun charged with selling liquor without a license Several others arc expected to receive tin sumo play- Several children have lately been stricken down with something like infantile paralysis among whom aro Dr Glass litth boy Kd Campbells little girl Eo Wilson and Sam Peters litth children nil of whom have suf fered a great deal The doctor think they will bo able to contro the disease IIIhe hardest and most destruct ive rain nnd hail storm accompan ied by a severe wind passed ovei our county last week blowing down fencing outhouses horns trees and shrubbery of all kinds Where oats were ripe the hail de stroyed them and beat gardei vegetables into the ground doing great damage A report from Cow Creek is to the effect that thr wind blew two cats from the lot of the ridge running up to Jona than Wilsons across Cow crco nt John Reynolds old millant landed them safe on the tlat one half K tulle away at the school house near where Ben Noo lived Whon the story was told at this place lien Campbell said ho wn satisfied it was correct as time Sllml storm blew his cliickons out of a tree in which they were roosting largo ones hens androasters weighing 10 nnd 13 pound and blew them 50 yards against n barn and not n ono was hurt but the hail beat against them so hard that when the wind ceased to blow they dropped dead YALIBU Barren KS U3K COUNTY Fincastle Miss Julia Johnson is visiting friends at Irvine this week J A Shnckclford of Bellevue I Ivy paid us a visit last week fun a few days Wm Trend way was down on- o I the L S A lust week looking for a location Dr Hardin Hurst returned from Louisville last Saturday a full fledged doctor Mace Gibbs and family have re turned from Wisconsin where they hope been living for several years and will locate here JlurI hogs in this part that wero for sale They shipped a car load lust Saturday This is one of time times that the trustees around here have not been bothered with many teach ers There are hardly enough teachers to go around G D IIieronSlllous can poll the full Republican vote in this county together with time independent vote while the candidates that havo announced can not carry the party vote by 100 in the county Looks like thor ought to quietly get out of tho way and let us nominate ti man that can add strength to tho State ticket this fall for wo need every vote we can playVStop with Jiart Bros at Reed Hotelwhen in Lexington WoburnwRevs t Vadkins and Leon Geis of Wilmre assisted by Miss lint e CSlvraul hare been conductC Jl revival at time Seymour Chap ionwcliool house for the past two eeks T have had several dltiolltho church and are R work + eiIlor I r v j jrrt 1L JM 4 Sales at Mt Sterling I July court day at Mt Sterling was a lrgo stock day fully 1000 cattle nd 1000 sheep being on tho i arkct Trade was brisk Best feeding caUllit Hcents yearlings 41 to fij cents heifers 31 to 1 cents for fat ones cows a to 3i cents bulls 1 to 11cenls Good crowd nt pens with several Ohio buyers present Very few sheep were sold tho prices ranging from 5 to Ii per head Tho quality of cattlo and sheep were both very load Mules were very scarce and prices were as highits early in tho spring Only a few pairs were sold the figures ranging train 240 to 275 per pair n R A CHILDERS s WITH JOS a REED DRY GOODS CO PORTSMOUTH 0 Solicits tho trade of the mountain people lie will be VT JACKSOX EV1JKY ao DAYS Dealers will bo notilied by postal Save your orders for him lIe Aill save you monuv fob 1 ly JAMESTO VN EXPOSITION ViA- ASIISTILLE and the LAND OF THE SKY With stopover privileges Go one wayreturn an other delightful trip through the pic tnres iue mountain country of Nbrth Carolina For illustrated iteraluro rates and full informn ion write any passenger agent SOUTHERN RAILWAY 6C II 1HJNGKHFOHD Dist Pass Agent Louisville Ky W H Henderson1 Art Street Opp 1on Ofllae LEXINGTON KY DCALEU IX Grain Seeds Feed OorniHay Straw fUll Feed MAGAZINE READERS SUNSET MAGAZINE beautiful illuttutnl cood florin artideubouWorniunJ all the Far WciU- CAMERACHAVT devotedswim mooch la the ir tube reproduction oj the brit work ofamateur prolcuioiul pHotojrcpheri I ROAD 07 A I a Look of 75 pant conltintnz 120 colored piotoji phi ol sputa ia Califorci and Oitjoa 1504 1cu Siooa THOUSAIfD WONDERS picturesque 075 Toul 325 All for 150 Address all orders la SUNSET MAGAZINE Flow smiling San coI WHY YES YOU CAN Rave your picture made I have a splendid camera together with an almost endless amount of mlllcolPlcturcs If you could know the sad stprieYwo hear of Babys gone ihd no picture Have a likeness made while you can My prices are pleasing I moire a specialty of outdoor scenes Call at the News oflice or phono Ci and I will cheerfully attend to your wants HAYDEN SIZEMORE KodoIndigestionRelieves I palpitation of the heart DiI0th2tyoueat J t 1 t l- r 1DAYBRCOMPANY = Wl R 1 Wholesale and Retail have the most complete stock of w t 4 fJ1I tr eM lr 6 tJ i1Jse Ever brought to jackson Consisting of 1J gl o1JSt Niiolt jI IJ JiJ Kif t 56Qes+ U i a- oi 4 a 0rJre ec t Wo have the finest lure of shoes in Esist crn Kentucky Our lIen B shoes are of the latest style For the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy I tll- r fl THE LATEST DESIGNS IN t MILLINERYThis c man agement of Miss Margaret Basket who youiI The cLatestutyle fiats Idirect from New York City Also FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODSr I In all the Latest Patterns and weaves Fresh fromthe Eastern Markets If you need any House Furnishings or FURNITUREcWe are the people you are looking for 1 we have it by car loads to suit 1 f r every body f J 19 Come and see us our 1b 1 y 1r1Q S are fleiL f i DAY BROS t k COMPANY v Jackson Jentucky11 f i l i t The News Bleathjt Irlilny CA3H s Si AYEAi J WISE HAG IKS EIITOH For Printing Phone 64 TEACHERS INSTITUTE I One of the Best Ever I Held in the County On Monday morning the IMI instIlnt U oclock the Hrcathit County Touchers institute met for its first session in the Lee Collpgiato Institute Superintend cut Henry B Noble is to be con gratulalcd upon tlie executive ttbility which he bus shown in the performance of his duties Hi lias energy and foresight nnd n thoroughly in earnest in seeking the betterment of both the tench ers and their pupils On Monduy afternoon n pro limitmry address wits delivered by Prof A S Mackenzie Dean ol the English Department nt till State College Lexington last week ho conducted the institute nl Louisville while next week hf goes to 1uintsville The general opinion is Unit this is the most practical and enthusiastic institute that lias ever been hold in the countyProf Mackonic the institute instructor lectured upon Atten tion and explained that there were two kinds involuntary and voluntary The broken heart of a distressed horolno of the average novel is an example of involun tary attention a state which can be cured by change of scene or occupation Quacks who adver tise successfully work on the same principle Imaginary ailments are Soon as potent as real illness True education begins when pupils give voluntary attention The law ol attention isbo graftor Teacher are to be grafters not in the do graded commercial sense but in tho mil + nio way as a gardener or n nurseryman They must graft tho now and uninteresting subject upon the stom of what is familiar and already interesting to the child Soon the two will become ono Working according tothis principle no teacher wfllertn1 havo any trouble with such a matter us discipline in the class room 11 S Chapman anti Miss Cora Moore discussed spelling in nn able mnnncr nod showed its im liortance forcvery one young or old because no one cnn live with out writing letters some time or other Grammar was succcsssully treated by Elijah Noble and Charles Terry These gentlemen showed how teachers couldcorrect the errors of pupils without hurt lag the feelings of any one On Wednesday the teachers had the pleasure of seeing Mrs Eu bank of Lexington tench a class of little children who hud never attended school In a convincing way she demonstrated that children can learn to read even before they know the letters of the alpha L bet Language was discussed by Miss Nellie Turner the secretary of the institute mind by T JIcr ry Their excellent remarks were supplemented by illustrations from tho institute instructor who ex plained how words have a kinship with ouch other and many of them are more full of magnetism than U popular book of romance If is tho personality of the teacher that counts and each teacher should experiment until ho finds tho method that proves most success ful in the circumstances whore he docs his daily work Prof Mac kenzie advised every teacher to subscribe for the local newspaper in order to keep in touch with tho current events of tho community Ho also pointed out how the news paper couldat times bo used in the class room to extend the child lens vocabulary and to increase a their knowledge of geography and r Yqther topics that are taught in the common schools On Wednesday afternoon Miss 14Icing spoke upon tho important subject of Composition and Al fred Russell gave a luminous ex position of how History should bo nibdled in tho class room Ho t showed how the children could bo induced to write their own text M books and how the joy of learning could be sustained in every recita tion Taylor Hurst and Elijah Noble gave an admirable talk up on Geography 4 ILr On Thursday iGrcen he chord Jnd John II Combs cxpoundecl = I IGet the Habit I Do It Now Habit is the strongest impulse in moil Oct the habit of saving and have those suvinifs draw interest anti your future pros perky is assured We make it easy for you to save and hard not to FOR TWO DOLLARSDep- osited to 3 our credit we will lend you this beautiful Steel Clock Savings Hank A safe bunk unlln perfect timepiece for tho house lining this little saving machine to our bunk tho first of each week or month wo alone keep the key and deposit the contents in our Savings Department and we will pay you three per cent on amounts deposited or issue you Time Certificates which draw three per cent Tho foundation for every fortune is laid by time saving of small amount Got one of our Clock Hanks today nnd start the foundation of yo- ursJackson f Deposit Bank JACKSON KENTUCKY L u the problems connected with tend ing und Prof Mackenzie lectured upon tho development of tho Will Miss Jessie Put ton is to be commended for her skill at the pianoforte while tiny utter day Miss Imogcno Marcum charmed the audience with her solo lissll Jombs and her brother Ileekiuh along with Taylor Hurst sting n trio in line style while Oliver Ivash amused every one by hi rendering ofii humorous rccita tionEach morning one of time local oxerIssthus encouraged tho members of the institute are Hovs WWPow c111Y II Sctxer and CM Sum more Reuben It Smithor Inclc Rube as ho is affectionately ended gave an earnest talk to the teachers recounting in a humorous manner his experiences Iii a teacher I thirty or forty years ago Next week we hopo to give our readers an account of other items that appcarau tho institute pro gram but enough has already been done to prove that 1007 will bo a memorable year in the educational history of our county Tho teachers have received inspiration in their noble labors and muchof the credit undoubtedly belongs to Superintendent Henry B Noble who has shown that he is the right tuna in the right place Dont fail to buy a Refrigerator I from Jones at actual cost Only a tow more loft New Butcher Firm Capt Henry Collins has enteredI into n partnership with D G Hob iuson for the purpose of conduct ing a butcher shop They will handle the best fresh and cured I meats every day at Kobinsons old strand on Broadway at prices with t in your means Try them The Death Roll Grant Lovely of Taulbec died July Kith of catarrh ofthe stom itch Ho had been lingering for about live months and had too best medical treatment but to no avail Ho married Miss Martha Taulbco daughter of Silos Taulbee about twelve years ago Ho was about 152 years of ago and a good citizen and died in too full triumphs of tho faith Ho was It Master Mason and was buried on the 17th inst according to tho rites of that order which was done at his re quest Destroyed by Fire The home of Keene Bryant and of Hud Roberts his soninlaw near Oakdnle was burned last Monday morning before daylight The fire supposed to have orig hinted from the flue of tho cook stove the family was awakened by tho falling in of tho roof They lost all their household goods clothing and 48 in money This leaves them in destitute circumstances and as Mr Bryant is an old man and not able to work ho would be thankful for anything his friends would see cause to give him Ho did not save his clothing shoes or hat t t + l Held Without Bail Sigcl Stumper had his examin ing trial before Judge Taulbee Monday for tho murder of Curt Smith and was held to answer without bai- KAlarriagc Licenses The following marriage licenses have been issued since our last publication Walter Johnson arum Miss Mug gin Combs holhof Shoulder Blade Fred Joseph of Seitx and Mis Linda Row of Hays Evan Hounsholl of Shoulder Blade and Cora Hollon of Canoe NOTICE To the Honorable County Judge and Attorney of Hrcuthitt Coun ty Ky 1 will on August Oth 1007 ap ply to the Hoard of hriotn Commis imprisi whore I am now under a life sen tence charged with murder Judg mont rendered in Hrcathitt Circuit Court Juno terni1901- ltespectfully J FAKMKK GIUIRUT July kith 1907 x of the fact that this advertisement calls your attention to our stock of FINE FURNITURE Highgrade in big assortment and every article tho very best Note too that were not using up printers ink in quoting prices Too largo a stock Instead we invite the public to slop in and make copious notes especially on the at tractive prices and thus bo assured that goods quality and prices nee tillon tho square JONES FURNITURE STORE- Cor Court Street and College Ave Jackson Kentucky GO TO F M MCCARTY t FOlt STONE and BRICKWORK a Moving and raising houses and all kinds of masonry work All work guaranteed 256m Jackson Kentucky FOR SALE- A house and lot tIt Main street Lot 150 feet front anti about 200 feet deep with a good dwelling house of six rooms two halls front and back porch and room Lot set in all kinds of frui trees I will soil at a bargain 1Vet BAILEY Jackson Ky jNOTICE The Hoard of Trustees of tin town of Jackson Kentucky wil receive public billon Augnsthib 1007 for the privilege pfoperatinj erecting and an tlc light plant in the town of Jackson Kentucky with the right U occupy the streets of said town t and use them for 4lic purpose ol maintaining the necessary appnr atus to conduct said light plant and willlwnrdsaid franchise privilege to the highest and best bidder for a period of twenty years The bidder will be required to state time highest price pcrlight that will be charged to the citizens of the town Said bids will be received at the- oicc of T P Cardwell Jr in the town of Jackson Ivy at tho hour of 8 oclock in evening on said f day of August at which Plato and time said Board of Trustees will at tend for the purpose herein statedJThe right is reserved to and all bids Given under our hands this tho ird day IIUI Master- Commissioners I Sale Hrcathitt Circuit C Urt Enterprise ManufacturingCoPlaintiff vs Notice of Sale Lee Patton and Laura PattonDefendants By virtue of a judgment of sale of the Hrcathitt JircuitCourt made in the above styled cause at its February term 1907 for the sum of S7 iO with interest from the JMhduy of April 1007 until paid and S4fi0 costs herein expended subject to a credit of SliOOO of i even ditto herewith Ishall pro ceed to offer for sale at the front door of tho court house in YaclI son Ilreathittcounty Kyon Monday July 22 1907 j between tho hours of 12 oclock in and 2 oclock p m time following real property towit A tract of lend Iyingin Breathitt county Ky on tho Richie fork of Little Canoy a tributary of Quick sand crook and described as fol lows Beginning on a beech tree and a rock marked Xon the left lured silo of the branch then a straight line to a black oak and pine on the point at a cliff and up the point at the top of the ridge and with time ridge to Lee Patton line und with sumo up the hill to the top then down time point op- Posite tilt then a IItaillinuAlso one JO h p boiler one 1C h p engine mounted on skids I one medium right hand saw rig solid carriage one solid tooth saw one 00 ft 10 inch 4 ply canvass stitched belt with everything be longing to said mill it being the 4amo mill that II C Vornett sold to Appcrson Lovely The above described personal property will be sold o- nFriday I July 19 1907 InboutlooHrcathitt county Ky or where it may bo found Said property will bo sold at public auction tc the highest bid del on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to give bond for tho purchase money with approved security with interest from date and haying the force anti effect of a re plevin bondand a lien will be re served in said bond on the property sold until all tho purchase money and interest is paid Bidders must bo prepared to comply promptly with these terms Amount of debtS7000Au- tountof 0 credit 15000 srooo f Amount of interest 825 Cost of suit I Commissioners cost12U0 Advertising 1850 Total 59060- J W CinwvBiu M Ull C C NOTICE OF SALE Notice is hereby given that tin undersigned will on Monday July 22 1907 at 1 oclock p m at the courthouse door in the town of Hciitty vibe Ky soil the following property seized at Distillery No 18 of 1m Hartsock for violation of internal revenue laws towit Two copper stills 2 copper worms 2 pumps and pipes 1 sing ling tunic 4 ferraenters 4 mash tubs 1 yeast tub 2 Hake stands L meal box 15 barrels 2 cistern tanks 2 bushels r e 50 sacks meal 1 grist mill 1 boiler 1 en nine 2 slop troughs Terms of sale cash in lmnd t J L McCOY D C s For J Sherman Cooper Collector W T Ballenger Lexington Ky says I used Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy and I think it is tho onlf wiltt cure and prevent the 1 Sold and guaranteed by Day r- r CQ Q 1- 1t J a Q r r Notice to Contractors Bids will bo receivedby limo Brcathilt County on August 1st ut 1 oclock p m for the furnishing of tho material and 111inlullsh are on tile in the County Clerks office The court reserves the right I to reject nay or all bids For fur ther particulars cull on or address JuixiKSS TAULBEE Jackson Ky n dO SHERIFFS SALE By virtue of execution No 843 i in favor of Breck Crawford administrator of John D Strong vs r Breck Combs which issued from the Clerks office of the Hrcathitt iI mydeputies I Monday July 22 1907 I between the hours of 12 oclock in courtII der tho following property or soI much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of the plain tiffs debt interest and costs towitA tract of land situated in Breathitt county Kentucky on the North Fork of Kentucky River and Quicksand creek at the mouth of Quicksand creek and begin fling on a black oak rind beech on the north Ildo of the North Fork of the Kentucky river at a small drain about two hundred yards below time mouth of Quicksand creel thence northwest about Iho poles to n stake in the line of the square at the Meeting house branch thence down the branch with its meanders to its mouth thence up main Quicksand creep with its meanders to time mouth of South Fork thence up South Fork to an old lino of said surveyor I square thence with said line which is Jesse Spurlocka old line to an oak and pine on the river passing by n dogwood and hickory corner of said Spurlocks land anti Backs landon Spurlocks brunch so as not to tithe any land conveyed by Wiseman to Jesse Spurlock thence from the oak and pine down time river with its mean levicdICombs Terms Sale will bo made on a credit of six months bond with approved security required bear 11erIreplevin bond This 14th day June IIH7 The amount to be nude at this sale is J52bO to which add costI of advertising 10 00 HllKCIC CUAWFOKD S B C JJv S H FUOATB D S Sheriffs Execution Sale I13v virtue of Venditioni Exponas in favor of Floyd Day vs Marion Lawson which issued from the Clerks office of tlio Hreathitt Cir cuit Court now in my hands for collection I or one of my deputies will on- Monday July 22 1907 between the hours of 12 oclock m and 2 oclock p m at tho court houso door in the town of Jackson Hrcuthitt county Ky expose to public sale to tho high est bidder the following property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of tho plaintiffs debt interest and costs and Sheriffs commissions towit A certain tract of land in Hrcathitt county Ky on the North Fork of the Kentucky river below the mouth of Frozen creek in said county beginning on tho southside of said river at tho mouth of a branch n corner of Win Lawson deceased thence up tho point on the lower side of the brooch with said Lawsons mina to the head of time brunch thence easterly keeping tho dividing ridge between Mill creep and said brunch to a stake on the top of the ridgo at tho head of the first brunch above time beginning thence westwardly running down said branch with its meanders to its mouth thence with the river to the beginning levied upon as time property of Marion Lawson a defendant in said execution Terms Sale will be made on ft credit of six months bond with approved security required bearing interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from tiny of sale und having tho force of a replevin fond Amount of debt 142 71 shier iffs cost 850 advcrtisirjr 9 riO Witness m3 hand this the 5th day 1011mClc S B C By S II FUOATB D S G W COLLEY1 PROPRIETOR OF THE LJ blofel AGE T1 HIGHLAND URSERYf SMITHVILLE TENN All finds ruttTees Berrie9 Et foc overabcr de l h ctls r I q g Q = S C M I PETERSSHOES ARE THE J 1FOR YOU ThcYrc the Shoes you should call for if you want to get comfort style and wear at a reasonable price Theyre built in specialty factories from the most carefully selected properlygNOTE THE PRICES S Ladies Tip- Bluchers 1 25 Ladies Pat Tip Bluchers 1 50 Mens Vici f Kid 2 25 2 50 t3 Jens Patent Calf 3 50 to 4 50 i Ladies Heavy Shoes very thing J for country wear 165 to 1 85 i All these goods are really worth from 25 i to 50 per cent more than our prices per pair a LS STiAULBEEA s 4 4 Iotfir w 1 r1 Wifit111 11 1 1l 11Iw 1 1il 1V r J 1 r WhiCI flat a eci 11lr k 119 1b riif mt1 J 1U 119 XI Will cover more space last I s I i longer and 1 ok better than W11 11 anyjother paint made Calla1Ti V l and see coldrxcards and oret tlpIlces = 11a11 1 1 1 1b 1t JacksonDn 1 Co 1- il i t 1- 1lEE3EEEEEEEE e= hI F orb t hil t91xorohoaurot i fito oastartvb S lo7rC Cow Cn y C7 F Cpli YouiWiUGetpThats i i w t ComIng to foii 1 9 1 0THEREmethors 5 odof business for elory dAilfifr ft s iFyou pay us you get one hundred cenftjValuo in lfraa returnw 1 11 i G it We Believe in Square Treatment fCyr itit Your moneys worth all tho time We might lIF Muse up u pngo of apace talking about our goods mthon you wouldnt know how good they are i o COME TO OUR STORE S rSoyou can see for yourself thats the surest way x t isCF 4 CAF crawlrd cOia1 JACKSON KENTUCKY 0 W C F OwF1r 00 MiI o ui cm7fre om sours Sotlie dto c p vince sonic people If ybu are reasonable and apprccia= tive well be able to show you the excellence of our Monu nf A Wed like to talk overt thb r monuueut question with t telling you how much it will cost and the cheapness J t J A R1 i1sHvp M4NU MEN r rt t t 1 1 1ox J i i1e t h It i1t Lj tii t r j r A lf L rr N Count Okuma Grac The JapaneseMan t r1 the fcelln about WWhat In Jajiaiir1 aud Is tile fwlhis about In AiuorlfuT ate o questions that ore being nskcd- n n deal of frequency In the i fteetlve countries and the answers tIuloIl8rjolln Is nut looking ftit Mfijjle snys Uuury W Ueiilson a noncan ntlvlser to the Japanese fur su uttlCH They wnot war with us I linn that thoy would win says tin A m rliuti who bus lived fonrloiiii V firs In Japan In a i rlvnt letter to u VMII known New Yorker At n linn t not In Tokyo recently Vlw Admiral MtlMiiinolo stilted that Japan would 11 riKHli the highest round of the ladder until slio hUll hind a war with lug li ml or America adding that he lure firred America and thought that lit n ijilrk wrfr Jnpnu would soon compel f I T ndvcrsary to seek terms of peat Iii the other bUild the words of fitundshl spoken by Sonera Knrokl In his tour of the United Steles had u t iiiiire sound and most pooplu In this osed to take them ntr mtitrj worn dlsi liiclr fare value Jbo fact that tho niitUInpam agitation on the 1nelHe iiast originating lu thn Sau 1111111 I sea t linoi Incident wits foamed tutu tin inn atcdn by the riots In whltb lapanoso uiirknipn and restaurant keepers were hilnekid Is by many held to show that Hit nation will bare thin Japanese linitjuiii to facu In sumo form rill a pond +yhlle to come The Hltnallon I lists a new Interest to the characters i f thu luiiillng Jnpnne o sintosiiHii and invukons curiosity as to their inward foretellers Hpcclally our ow ijtion Much weight iMnttarhod tuude- t n t rlrrmlllllullfcltlo the views of Ja pan a grand old man Count Shlge t ilti Okuma expremier and up to il ivv mouth ago nctlvc leader of tin Iroureislve party Conut Oktimn while the war with Itussla was Iu procrojw 1oxtressed the opinion that If tbo Japa 4nest won It thoy would seek by ob uf the utmost cmirtosy Bpi I rvnUxllty toward foreigners Jo t slub 7t l JAVANESE BCCTIOS OP OKITMA IIOMP lisli tend licautlfy the position they ha run by force of arms tie lIe IItll1 hat his countrymen were a peaceful raljiur than au aggressive race tutu rite lilnose were absolutely unasures sire thud thAt there was no sutU Jis ii alyellov lorllIthlugI ltec utly his party ban taken nf tulle gf opposition to the i ii Aiuerfiafulfil I iHiliji leader of the Progressive Ls tllIlCllllmllcd h It us ot sons rilf t 111111 situation puts hlui In u malt man III less antagonistic to AIII tonal Okuma Is likened by ittrnpe Jr who visited film uI rlul lime Thco to the slatesmuu J iliJtlIls ot Aruerlcu regard as till jftuTider of their party Tbouiai Jeffer HftiW lIIsiolUlcal followers resort to llfoAiiifijie at Vaseda lu oho of fIkSn much us JlrrlrllCJ1I follOW 10111vi 4lo KO to Iotlcello ill their Jundtrti auvifei Jiike lefferso he Is a niiiu of tine personalthyties jf ctiltiiro iuJ fortune fuund rar uiilvcr Miv lId Iu private life Komewbal of nil arlsiorrat yet Is democratic lu lily wllhIoiinl if Kipulatlon and the ulnlster In lluciice of trusts Iu tho Interview v vlli Mr George he cited the fact that thin Mitsui trod Iwnwtkl famllkK tho Vmiilerlilltii sad Astons of Japan had fortunes of about 1000000 each ubout ihiily cars ago nod this was thought n viiyltirge sum lit the time lint tlllIhat sonic Increased to about SSOUOO IOU nib Count Okuuia who pus nowI roiiiirliil his seventieth year wan III jKinr lany and ID becoming rich liaR not 1 forgfillen what it meaus to be pool b rYTiused huts wealth Iu tmna 1- fnithn ways l benefit of huts countrymen II livtiK the wimple life and his reslditncp I 1Itlio means the kind of a Imusit 1111I nvoriiKC merlcau of bis wralili ulIIII etnttiin would choose as U home ItIors tn Keelliiiis one Japiiliese theI c ihcr 1IopeuII The latter Is carKited + + itb a lirge liather covered divan IIII tn rimvr juidj mtorlu LIp chairs of 1arllII II ti ls r+ TheIlIr tit hI n iJ Iikrusev nntl atntllttr- i t burr Jl aJbluuxe seetlott is hat AmirCallswouId call vcryjilnlii t iibns slidfug screens out v rnilown The hume Is Kiirroiiiiiled I l iwcvur like cverj typlal Jiipaneso e Ito tit n JcotiUfyrlflUcr garden J II IttlflJrroUl 11th eshate la the Fn HA unetla wjifh be foiind i I rnomgBieil Thoughuttt of po11L lies iif nt Awcrlcan wouUI say the c hunt N Htlll a great power III the rant uudjjls Ji lvlce Is sought by bis ruler Vis puneel From this South 4 I Hnt lgiv pnjeviluBbendvica t shoatah iH vpigr wltU haute bade n l kldR j nubbyiaysJ R Ultnk ficiI + Ip a p k11111n I hove provedc no utJ1idterllnt1 that Electric 4lIflllrol wiRiOiltvel tbttdl t r trt iliiffjuiMtfpii fThe tt Ie geve thei at rellttn ittertakingi- i1 f fev store tteeIGil1ftlJpo eo l teJI Mea t er + urpr Pee ntn i t HYP t JIf r JJ 1 MlflWlf t f I r QIi J ell I tY- t 1 Two Clever Builders of- Aeroplanes HE success of the Wright broth T era of Dayton 0 Iu gettluj the German government to contract with them for the hulldlug of n fleet of airships Is n ulg nlllcant achievement According to thou opinion of no less an authority on the subject than Professor Alexander Uru ham Hull 1C mean that the era of practical aerial navigation huts now linen reached The stutter Is no longer one of mere tbeoif and experiment The Impossible has been passed In aerial navigation said Professor Bell not long ago on learning of tin UUCCUMM rut flights of till Wright neruphiim and I am proud of flat fact low America lends the world In thud matter At thin time of this remark thl Wrights hind demonstrated the praill vnblllty of their machine but ha made no lOutrtlrISt1 till construction of n ffeot they were negotiating with thin Krcucb govurnuiLtit and It was mippocd that I ncu would have till fionor of launching the first vessels of the Wright dcsljtn It was roporteil that I rancc 1111111 option on the In vetition of thin Ohio men but for some ivas m thu iiegotlitliiiis were broker on It U said Iliiit till brothers sub niltlnd general plans to till Kovcrnuient Kimrantpulng a tllght of llfleen mites mid HsUIUif fur 5relOtKl The height of Tight guaranteoil wits only sttjenty live feet Mceording to rojftrf aunt us till Krtuch poviTimient considered a liulghbvf POO Aet essential Jor war purposes It declined to give more tbau 10000 The Wrights left Paris for liurlln n short tine ago to arninge for ulrnveilrI bellthl y till Qeniiuu govern tttc forwicli cjilp built hy them They puriliase Kivtjral light umtors ottwellt iirflnd forty horeepuwer jliojVvSJit inacbUm Is n gliding bunch na That lss tutu difpnndiiice on bat looiis In ani funs The craft Is bull to operate ok blue heavier than air prlu clpbl and 10 trerenrye till law of grnvl tatlon byb hid rest tunPf br the nIt Ittlb1ajld the brans IIIn r lo jilK tTMOUT AEItOlIiA Ir IN FLIUUT- uiK It Is self MCtlng and scil- 1peIIlU the power being suppllei motor There are two iropellftrs one lifting upJrtho otbei Invinv forward and till vessel Is gold tuuoipuhatdso as sireddirection either ior ngalntil tine yltid Tbe person who steers llw lea e upon his hone lasollno cnoiigti 111111Irunty o OrvilJu and Wilbur Wright are jn the nelglii + irhood of forty und sue sous lot It ilsliop In the United lircthern church They weiii In oho bicycle busl rucss at the time the bicycle was a froze and have boen perlmcitlug With flying machines sluice about WOO Tlny early determlued upon thin aero tutu lit ns giving the best clmnrc of site cessful flight and Iu 1903 succeeded In making a inncliliie which would fly Since then their efforts lunge IHMII given to Improving their machine and overcoming practical dltllcnltlcs The last flight lasted only tlflyulnc see onds but lurln It the aeroplane nil vanced u distance of ST U feet against n twenty mile an hour wind The next your thud brothers accomplished for the llrst time tho tent of describing a ell Ill Uy the littler part of liKM they hull succeeded In Hying as long ills lances as four miles at a time Most of the experiments were madc over meadows near their home nt Dayton They kept thotr aerial operations an much In the dark so to spool us possi ble In order to protect their discoveries and Inventions rout appropriation by others nud often mate their lights at II hrh t In the latter part of IWi a night of lweuty Ore tulles was miiib at rate of nearly forty tulles an hour The accompanying puluix from n photograph reproduced In the Sclcnllllc American gives n gemnil Idea of thin Wright aeroplane Iltrodtforo tint brothers have been very secret ho stout their Invention aud have avoid publicity us much us possible Now that their work has IMCII crowned with success Dull the stamp of approval hUll been placed upon It by a Kiwerful Hu ropcun governmeut and with their financial future assured by the action this government lifts taken there Is rca son to expect from tin courageous and persistent Inventors greater freedom of utterance In respect to their Ideas and anticipations Tlio Ulnht Sumo Mr August yiiarpp the popular over seer of the poor nt Fort Madison la says Dr King New Life ills are tightly named they net more ngrenbly do more good and make one feel better than any other laxative UuaraiUetd to cureo Wliousneis and constlputlon 25c at Jackson Drug tiio =The Gran1cup iIdetcl1tcdI Btrcnm of Asia Minor close to the ac clent city of Troy ti Bd tick headaches blluuintiior r 1 1 cons ipatldn are quickly relived by Do Wftlfl Little lures Small pill Urf pjll wto pljljproi ptahd plearant MIelf6Ntl tr lu Prtp Oa- s c r 3r tar vu Ytr at Y 0 t WOMANS REALM In Bohemia 21000 men nUll women I hnvo signed a petition to parliament j for universal suffrage Irrespective of tor The petitions of women against wom an suffrage lately presented to thin BrItish parliament have been thrown out ns Invalid The signatures were found to be largely bogus Baroness Alexandra Orlpenberg who has just been elected to the paean ment of Finland received the largest vote of any candidate nominated by tho old Finnish party A granddaughter of the famous Eng lush statesman John Bright has refus ed to pay the Income tax on the ground that a parliament In which no wom en are represented has no right to levy Uses upon women without their cou sent War Consumitlun cluedhk the ravagei of consumption the white plague that claims sit many victim fadr curse coughs and colds perfectly and you are In no danger of consumption Da not risk your health by taking some unknown preparation when Foley s Honey and Tar is ute and certain in results Tine genuine It in a yellow oacknge Sold by Jackson Drug Co Lemon Baths In the Wet ladles a lemon both li Almost n dally luxury Three or tour limes or tenons are sliced Into the wa ter and allowed to lie for half an hour tu order that the Juice rutty be extract ell A remarkable sense of freshness and cleqplncss is given to the skip Nearly all oldfarlilon d dough Syrups are constipating especl illy those that contain opiate They dont act just right Kennedys Laxative Couch Syrup contains no opiates It drives he cold out of the System by gently noving the Ujwel Oiniains Honey md Tar and tutu rJearly as good ns uaple syrup Children like it dot d iy Jackson Drug Co At Wisoantin foalI1 snareeIt Is nleor rnuriMiired the man women will hug n delusfon And while the coy maiden tatntl protested the fount fusser sot out to bo snared WlsconsltSiiblnx Thousands of people are jJnily suffer ng wilh kidney and bladder trouble dangerous ailments thaicthuuld be checked promptly DtVJttg Kidney and Bladder fills ar the jest remedy or backache weak kidneys inflam nation of the bladder Their action is prompt and surer A week treat mint for 25c Sold by Jackson Druji Jut I How to Mend Kid Gloves setwearable forsSule time To make the work as well ns the glove presentable buttonhole closely with n good brand of sewing silk the exact color of tho glove the tear or split After finishing the first row of buttonholing then but tonhole again that edge making a sec outI row and continue until the space Is tilled ly SQ doing a network Is formed over the tear and Is very du rable and not npt to give way If per fectly done It any of the seams split button bolo the rent once around and then whip together both edges If there Io a bail tear between the lingers the but tonholing should not be done too close ly or too tightly the netting again serv lug as a protection against n second tearing Tho same buttonhole stitch may bo nppllfil when the buttonhole Itself tears away from the glove button During tho summer kidney irregular ties are often caused by excesaty- drinking or being overheated AlIen t 1 the kidneys at once by using Folayt Kidney Cure Sold by Jackson Drup Oo Trousers Tetrlctis till barbarian was the first man to wear trousers tho two part garment having been forced upon him by his captor Aurcllan with the in option of making Tetrlcus appear ridiculous The costume however seems after several centuries of usage to have made n hit Cut it Outsays many a doctor to his lady patients because he doesnt know of any medi cine that will cure female troubles except the surgeons knife- That such a medicine exists however is proved by thousands of cures made by WINE OF CARDUICures Disease It has saved the lives of many weak side women and rescued oth ers from a lifetime of chronic sick ness It rtll cure you If you will only give It A chance Try It Sold by all druggists and deal ers In 1100 bottles n GAVHUP SUPPORTER IIJ worak for Our years to keep upmtomb- Ala S J roman of A nsrl2a said BO MdldM wouldu MYrtaking crdlolol I pwterm ui MV wtu A a t ff rFc- y t wm Mmm H Daniel Webster 7Jy J it EDGER TO nbtll llttlttr first trie i to speak fit laded and burst tears mtoI Daubir court clerkship At that time he wn very Iaor nail bad shown little of tin wonderful oratorical ability which not erward distinguished him The tender of such n place was therefore n son temptation Webster however decld cd not to take It stating that he In tended to say things himself not vim ply write things that other iioople sold Ho began practicing In n swill New Hampshire town and remained a cltl ron of that state many years before he was finally discovered und In duced to locale In Boston When Web ster first tried to speak he felled and burst Into tears This was white he was Htlll In school So shy was he lint he could scarcely arise to recite h took will power and perseverance n overcome such n defect anti It was only the tact that he felt his own great lowers that finally enabled him to succeed pven after lip had pvpreomp his timidity thin bauble wns poly half won Ills first efforts wero ornate and high pounding lint contained little sub stance One local critic said they were full of emptiness Webster heard of the criticism mud It cut hint hilt he hind enough common sense to recog nlze the justice of the stricture and to profit by It lie resolved never again to indulge Iu mere oratory for Its own sake and to speak only when he had HiiiictliIiiK to say AH a toy on tutu fattn Wpbslpr did not Hko to work but whoa hu got lath hjs own held 1Q was on occasions n prodigious worker When In school wens given n Iuulred linos ofVlr yyjl to inpiiiprlsg AH ilqt4 hp worked when cnllud upon to repent what ho had learned tint only did HO but asked leave to glue another humlreC then still another huiulrei after which ho stated that ho was ready to repeat CXX more With the modern Demosthenes personal appearance was more than half oho battle A cleansing oleancoiilfiig soothing haallng houieluiU rfmeJy U DeWitt OarfiolizeU Witch Hazel Salve Fu lrurnaeub icralcheii bruUes iiirect bites and tore fee It Is unequaled Good tar plies Beware of Imitations Get DaWitiV It is the bet Sold lip Jackson Drug Co Bears ilauy tears that hibernate dig Into n hillside to find n neat but for a mild winter they are likely to roll up in some shallow excavation or n hollow tree 1Yns In Poor Ileultli For Years Ira W Kelley of Jlanfleld 1a writes 11 Wall In pour health for two years suffering trout kidney and blad der trouble and spent contlilerable money consulting phy ioluii without obtaining any marked benflt but wa s cured by Foleys Kidney Cure ard I desire to add my testimony that It may- as the cause of restoring the health of titers Refuse substitutes Suld oy Jackson Drug GJ Praying on the Road It Crlcklnde England are several old English crosses duce puijtqinnrlly otherdvotions of the traveler or nsU his pray runyIaclance When there U the slightest indi cation oC Indigestion heart burn Hat binned or sop lorm of Soninch IrouilltI take a little Kidol you will bu atljredfd prompt relish Kcdol is a compound of vegetable icid4 and contain thin Juices found In i healthy Stomach Kodul dlgestr what you eat make your food dj iou good Sold by Jackson DUll Co High ard Low Cities Jnsco the capital of Junln In Peru Is the highest city In the world It Is built ou a tabIeIandl4275 feet above the sea level The Dutch cities are the lowest being several feet below the level of the sea How to Guru Chilblains To PIIJ iy freedmn from chilblains II writes John Ktmp Lust Otislleld Me I apply Huckltns Arnica Salve Have Iso ustd it for sell rheum with exel lent results Guaranteed to cure fever sore indolent ulcers piles burns wounds frost bites and akin dinettes L6a nt Jackson Drug Store ThermopylaeAt the shower of lesion arrows was so dense It cut ore the light of tho sun Stimulation Without Irritation That Is thl watchword That is whet Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup dues Cleanses and stimulates the bonel without Irritation in any form A Wide Range Hes a mail of broad views Yea bps eyes arc unusually far apart Cleveland Leader Quick Itullef for Asthma Auf 1lerersFoJa1 affords 1m- medlato elf altbmasuff ren Is- thewo It tape e d It taken In time will eff flfecure Bold by Jackson Drug CT t F t Cr 1 tw Z 1Lr FOLEYS KIBSEY CURE WILL CURE YOU of any case of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medicine Take it at once Do not risk having Brights Dis ease or Diabetes There is nothing gained by delay 50c and 100 Bottles REFUSE SUBSTITUTES JACKSON DHUG GO Dii you really nnjoy what you ell Dose your tOLd Inite goad un you eel hungry awl want IIprl Or do you here n Bear dull feeling niter 11111thtlllrJIIIIIIn It en you could take n lttle Kodul after uitch mesh Ivodol xvill nourish and strengthen your dl cetive organs and furnish thernaturnl digestive juioas for your nomncli li will make you well It will stake your f od do you good Turn your mod in to good rich blood Kodol digest Altat you eat Sold by Jiickson Urug Cs A Probability tit Why U the sluggattl nilvUvd to go to tbo ntitV asked oho teacher Maybe said n smallvolce Its be cause If ho went to his uncle hed get throwed out Philadelphia Ledger Aids to Beauty ladle aelt of powder Little dabs of i nlnt Drake a girls complexion look like what It aintKansas City Tim Cured of Lam Trouble It Is now Idn years since I hail a narrow e cape from consumption wiltes 0 0 Floyd a leading bulnear- atan of Korslmw S C I had run diiwit irt xvelnlit tu 135 pounds and coughing was roiutant both by any nut IIT night Finally I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery and contin nod this lir about six mnnlhs when my coughtnlld lung trouble were entirely gone and I was restored to my normnl Weight 170 Tlioui at ds of person + are healed every year Oimrqntfpd at Japkmu Drug ftoru ti j and U 00 Trial battle free rLAW POINTS Power of thin state to deny n proper person the right to hold In the original packages cigarette which he lots Im parted trout another state Is denied In State versus Lowry bud i Iy U A fN pt ptit- jlio servants Ir agent t the lessee of n railroad are lithlJn Chicago II nnd Q H company Versus Weber 1111 I Ii 11 A N R 2T2 not to bo the agents of the lessor for oho purpose of receiving service of process In actions for personal Injuries Where persons are gunning together lull nn accident oculars tlroui olio nth fixpfctpd tllKphiirgo of tie of tho guns It Is In Slefker versus Pnyseo Ia I L It A N S 110 that the negligence of the pcrxon handling the gun must bo gross In Its nature In or der to render film liable for the nccl dent G 11 Kurliniirt Testlles After Four Years U It Durham of Carlisle Center N Y writes About four years ago 1 wrote you staling that I Mad been en tlrely cured of severe kidney trout le by taking less titan two bottles of tu- IeKldnny Cur It eat lriry stopped the brick dui sediment nil I pain and 111111111 of kidney dfeeuspdNitppear d 1 nm glad torny that I Inure never Imd a reiuin of any of tho usjiiptom during the fuitrycar flint lieus elapsed ind I nm evident cured to stay cured und h iirtlly recoiniuend Fuleyat Kid ney Cure to any one suffering from kidney or bladder trouble Solid bj JtiekfHi D ng J- oReduced RatesV- IA CRESCENTQUEENOROUTE D 3RD TUESDAYS OF Eon MONTH TO MANY POINTS SOUTH Winter Tourist Tickets returnintilHrr For prrticulars write IIC KING C PTALexington Ky RAILROAD TIME TABLES I LE RAILWAY VINTKK 1lA13L1- EFFECl111 NOV 18 1000 WEST BOUND NO 1 o3Daily Ex SunAM n Lv Jackson G 10 2 20 0 1C Junction G 15 2 25 Kllmtnwa C 20 2 30 Athol C 40- Tallcca 2 52 0 49 8 00 St Helens 0 59 3 11 HcattyvilleTunct 7 07 I 20 Torrent 7 30 3 41 57IundcoFilson S 03 4 11 Stanton 8 Iff 4 2li I Clay City 8 25 4 35 L K lunot 9 00 5 07 Winchester 9 12 5 O- Ar Lexington 9 55 G 05 EAST HOUND Daily o2 NO Daily Daily Ex Sun IM AM Lv Lexington 2 25 7 35 Winchester 3 10 8 13 L E Junct 3 25 8 20 Clay City 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