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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f tiIftfIIJI yw t t fI I J Best AfYertisilg iCediuln- r I IIw r IN REATHITT AND ADJOINING COUNTIES fA DOLLAB PKK VHAK IN ADVANOK I J WIBK HAOINS Editor andlublisher il c =c 13 1907 47CBoll Kentucky Uriday Septembery Volume f iHiHiH H i 1iti H i HtH t+a ifsilsitfyecyfif isfrA fr t1 CLEAN OUT SALE l i v- Iii l ti r11 ii t ifi order to make room for i hlra T mty fall goods vc have rl f thrownfon the market u 1 I 1 bI 6000 Stock n i f r gof 1hen andS gut Childrens BeadytoVear G itt Clothing Furnishings and t hoes Di Notionsa mmI and every at in our g wii 0 tt to store 0- a l i AT COSTNd rsr j 7 This sale all 0111 spring I eatarylqu i l fa Slil1 rl l tullity eeltiIfstrhmncy ioj t Cl of this section c- M Ii1J t t SI SI ISPIACS 1 a H Ft r u i 5 525Za S2 Ss sF i- r 5SS25 S25 28525 SIT FLOYD DAY Preside IfI SAMJJHBAD Ju ouAuSr P P cnA S TOPPER Asst Cashier 1MP tint Cushier r JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK 4 y m Jackson Kentucky 1 Paid up Capital and Surplus 2735ooo Uusinosu anti Recounts of Vo solicit tho Banking IJ Lumber Manufacturersill Dealersii i m Men U f IfIIIt MerchantsiI Farmers f C T C Throughout Eastern Kentucky and offer our CustomorsC the most C a I TERMrECTIONS = = j A SPECIALTY t r25251525Z5ZS f N Ca THE Lai Sqiithern Ryrat J OFFERS VERY LOW ROUNDTRIP kl +e 1 Ratesr I tv Arkansas 11 s Indian Territory ouisiana Oklahoma Texasv eketslik on sale the first and third Tues monthIIto any Southern Ry Agent or write j COOK D P A B S PENT 1 P A 1 J KYar 1i f r fA r 1- Y J rc BREATHITT COUNTY i NEWS L I f25 S25i5C525as2 S2S 5- N L TO 5 The has K lion of jQ Kentucky Merchants and m- In business mcn are invited to 111 tale advantage of this splcn 11 n didadvertising medium If m you hue never advertised nj with us give us a chance If H you make your appeal for trade through The News it n nj will reach the largest and J most intelligent class of buy nj ere in this community YourJ 3 ads will be read by inl they will become yonr custo mers Try it and see r- nls2i52525 LS2S2S2525 25 saJ Kivett Coming lion James P Kivett will lecture Monday night Scptcmbor 1C at 7150 oclock on Kden in the Backwoods in Christian church Mr Kivett has made si tour of the south and west with this lecture and made si hit everywhere he went Recommended everywhere by the pulpit the press andcol leges An hoir of genuine entertainment Admission 15 and 25 cents Notice for Parole Breathitt Circuit Court The Commonwealth- of Kentucky Plaintitr vs Notice Henry Turner Defendant Pursuant to Rule No Three oi the Rules Governing the Parol ing of Convicts prescribed b f the lion Harvey S McCutchen Chairman of the Board of Prison Commissioners Frankfurt Ivy r notice is hereby given the Countj Judge and County Attorney o MiUt county Ky that I will on l ug 4f107 or as soon thereafter as possiOlcTinw plication before said JJoarcTnni ask to bo released from the pen o tcntiary on parole ILlJNUV TOKNKK 3 IJy G11I0IS3 Notice accepted this 9th day of September 1907 rI S S TAULHKK U 3 County Judge of Breathitt county 3 Kentucky 3 Notice accepted this 10th af 3 September 1907 J WISH HAOIXS 3 County Attorney of Brenthit County Kentucky OAYSMSY COUNTY 3 Booneville 3 4 3Ues Buckles and Itcdinan are a protracted meeting at the M K churchJ Wra halt received his commis- sionj and was sworn and is now a fullHedged Justice of the Peace Three of II C Trcadwaya in ant children were taken to the Odd Fellows homo at Lexington I Sunday Hiram McCrpary who has beet lingering so long with typhoid fever is somewhat improved I Mrs Ed Campbell is still confines to her bed but is slowly improv hugA most severe electrical and hail storm passed over this county Saturday night about one mile south of Boqnevillo and laying waste nearly all the growing vegetables in its course The roof of John Abshcnrs houso being boards was so split and damaged that the hail and ruin poured in as though it had no roof Hail stones were picked up near his house tho next day at 12 oclock 2 inches wide and plenty of them Melvin Doo leys windows were all broken out only leaving one sound pane of cliss in his building Crops of i corn are nearly all destroyed that lay in its course being about one half to ono tlaird broken down and a great many ears were actually knocked off the stalk Millet not cut and sugar cane is beaten into the ground and ruined Hail stones fell for about fifteen minutes from the size of n base ball down Lee Hose Jr said nothing was left of his crop but tho stems and stalks Ills grass and millet was M ft Largest Circulation NxwsteONxVIJoel Number rll111dCS Business ADVERTISEnS1 CINI IflT SAL- EOFCLOUNG1 I JInxing decided to close Clothing Stock I w ill sell every pieco of Clothing that I have at greatly reduced prices Just think of it ALL MENS SUITS 111 ACTUAL COST i The Greatest Clothing Sale ever originated in Breathitt County =Z JUST LOOK AT THESE PRICES j meths jt 300 Suits go atoooo 1 75 r iff 350 1 90 ff i 400h Z 00 It 450 3 00 13 65101 0101 5o 3 75I u r N 5 515 7xOot I 5eRemember these goods are all fresh this seasons products The I am urselling out my clothing stock is because tJWant to Devote My Time to the Furniture F P1t r 100 iJ ISln asswDonjt miss this great money savinBJftiJlfcwi l QichaFgc you one l iecrit profit any mans suit I mean what I E1 el oU Gt7111 e and nloneJ fI 1i JONES Avenue t t 2 1 H n bcatbn into the ground Ho said ho had u narrow escape to save his horses When ho saw them being knocked in every direction ho said by putting u chair over his head ho managed to get them into tho sheds but he had not been able to curry one of them since they were so sore Chjis Turners watermelon patch was literally destroyed hundreds of them were burstcd open and beaten to pieces Clay Harvey Sr said nothing was left on his farm but rug weeds and but few of them Tho killedsome shoats for him and Leonard Xcely also that would weigh from 40 to 50 pounds A telephone message from the Vin cent and Needmoro neighborhood gave an account of the hail falling as large 413 ones arm and front six to eight inches long Our old est citizens say that they never saw anything to equal the storm It only covered a territory about a mile in width passing from Wild Dog and Brushy Mountain neigh borhood through by tho head of Buck creek South Booneville mouth of Indian and Cow creeks J blbblthecroup of tobacco about fifty acres of cornY BRITCHES Eversole i Wo had a tictide in tho South Fork lost snd serial rafts j passed down by here Mr and Mrs II B GiiwooJ arc visiting their son Dr AV51HoCn wood in Madison county- IYo had tho hardest hail storm Saturday evening we over saw Some of them being as big a walnut and did much dnmaire to the growing crops J C Rosa has bought nine young mules and wants six more Any one having a good mire mule colt will do well to give Few Clothes a call Our teachers association at Cow Creek Saturday was quito u success We had a largo crowd and a line sinner The base ball teem of liuckhorn played tho llooncvillo boys but in spite of all the assistance that Prof Murdoch could render tho Buckhorn boys our Uooneville team luidit across them Probably some of the teachers would like to know which Stales rank first in crop Report of Au gust 1907 Corn Idaho oats Maine wheat Washington rye Montana tobacco and cotton hemp Minnesota watermelon Arizona muskmelons and canto loupes Maryland onions Ken tucky and Conneticut tho saute sweet potatoes South Carolina sugar cOn South Carolina rice Texas Irish potatoes Montana This is according to tho report of August 1907 FBJV Crorurje x r nl 1- tff I T le OF ANY PAPER IN THIS SECTION l tsao ra out UlY 500 Mens 600 Suits go at 4 00 I 750 h 5 00 800 1 M If i I 1000 ta J 7 J 1250 t reason d r a t I on say 0 a save f r a- r t hail and week as Flor- Ida h h n IIAFI COUNTY castle I v Miss Lizzie Gentry scent ooSlo Helens Monday 11 Cable bought a nice cow of M E Shackelford for 30 J B Gunn and Miss Ethel Jones of Bcattyville were hero Sunday Misses Kuth Ashcraf and Fanny Day of Hopowcll were visiting Ada Shackelfor l Sunday Miss Ollio Combs has gone to Primrose to stay with Uncle CL W Ilicronymous and wife Mrs E 0 Spencer and Thurman were visiting her fiJr Mrs A J Cox Sunday Mrs Demia Stump was called to Lexington tho first of tho week to see her husband who is Jan gerously ill The funeral of Lillie Johnson will be preached on the fourth Sunday in September at the residence of James Johnson near the mouth of Lower Devils Creek M El Slmckelford seems to betaking an interest in politics in his old days Ho attended a committee meeting at Beattyvillo Saturday and went to Jackson Monday to hear the next Governor of Kentucky speak Tho body of Arthur Johnson who was drowned in the Ohio riycrjnenr Cincinnati some ten h ms lays ago was recovered nndv brought hero Sunday and Vnf ec = in the family grave yard near the signboard 119 was a son of Crate and Sophia Johnson formerly of r y this county now rcli dents off + uiMadison countyriliKRANo EH Z IF9tSALE dwelling lioasof ton Lincoln avenue with good welir flood young orchard and chicken lot all fenced olr Tho lot fronts ti 150 feet on Lincoln avenue and 1GT feet deep Will sell clean fit and on easy terms Call on- FllANICKASH JacksonI Kj nStop with Hart Bros at Rood fiHotel when in Lexington 1PIPfMcCartyFOIt f r STONEand BRICKWORK 1 Moving and raising houses and Jall kinds of masonry work work guaranteed250m AllIt 7Jackson J FOR SALE A house and lot on Main streot Lot 150 feet front and about 200 f feet deep with a good dwelling housu of six rooms two halls front and back porch and bath room Lot set in all kinds of fruit f trees 1 will Jt fW3r I 1 MIQnl t y s ft t f f4111 I r N i1 r il J r JI iv t- q + Y y tT 4 410 m1- ft 4 7 t 11 if 3111I t t J I E J r l r1 i The Breathitt News Sl PER YEAR IN ADVANCE I I 4i r WISH HAGINS EDITO t C 6Ls4 fCtG A H PATTON Ilif ATTORNEY AT LAW OFFICE IN CUAWFORD BLDd il JACKSON KY rSii S 5aS22asrnr PNYSI JFII AN seR EoN Ii UitP PICB IIOURS8A TO 4 P n HAUO IS ItUILDINO FINe KENTUC- KYlS225252S25iS252S25252SS n FRIDAY SEPT 13 REPUBLICAN TICKET r For Governor AUGUSTUS E WILLSON- of Louisville For Lieutenant Governor- W II COX of Mason county x For Attorney General JAMES BREATHITT of Christian county For Auditor FRANK P JAMES of Mercer county For Treasurer GAPT ED PARLEY1 ii of McCrackcn county f For Secretary of State Du BEN L BRUNEU y r of Breckinridge county Rr Supt of Public Instruction J S CRABBE 4bf Boyd count For Commissioner of Agriculture RANIIINIJ For Clerkof Court of Appeals NAPIER ADAMS IofPulaslci county 1 jtorl R Commissionjor 3d Dis C A T SILER f Oj ii of Whitlcy count Thc people of Breathitt count Jiuve now had an opportunity to h if tWill lion Augustus E Willsoc the Republican candidate for Gov Y nor of Kentucky and to lea d what ho has to say regarding the s r x issues f the campaign The f t Tharc been jiblc to determine at i Itt t least iatho proposes to do in the a erontothat ho is elected to this high c t v pt7 ofKce andwhat will bo the policies of the administration to bo man i need by him and it is well fr us in theCutset to weigh the plans ol p campaign together with the chary actejr ofUin candidates and deter L n possible who will best jag rn the people of the Commoa yckyirt V Mr Willspn promises that ii t JC elected Governor he will be y8pv + li efnoPof all tho people arid not a v r medium for the benefit of thoicw J t th tihc will favor no political i r friend to the detriment of political vciiemtcs and that the history and events of this campaign will be lIJIrhed and forgotten when he- tfb peonies administer tho great af 4 7 ilr tint State that he will is a o1 i sue pardons to no persons con v victod for crime or charged witk ti tcimOiunless extenuating circum I df silicas or the will people if cynccrnedwarrant such pardon t I pvon though a request for sueh I t pirdon bo macro by a District I Committeeman lIe reviewed the I presentIVun 4a deniable circumstances that the inn terest and welfare of the masses of i I tho people had been subrogated to tta rights of tho low and that the J people had been neglected in build iog up tho fortune and tho fame of individuals Ito assailed the TjjmoQratic machine at Frankfort 4 ttnIta charged it with misappropria ftioji of tho States funds with encl lss and unparalleled graft with luiinnna cment of the financial v ixn1 other affairs of tho State and governIf V plain and simple terms and rjflpursbn present had an op It nity to know what shay be I I comesfr I ncople of Brcathitt and t nties do their whole+ nipaign by voting longf4 f i a porting tho men and measures thnt will bring to us blessings nnd placeJesse T Davis of J Lazardwa visiting his brothers Flint and Ed of Lost Creek and Hop of Cli Hole and other friends in this aunty during the week Jetts Creek Elisha Terry who has been sick with fever is able to be out agai- Elbha Johnson of Athol has moved to PSlltown where ho is uL workMrs Nannie Spencer of Slad is visiting her sister Mrs I C TerryMrs Dora Bryant and daughtc Jane visited Mrs James Johnson Sunday k Elisha Johnson and Julius McIntosh are attending Borea col Iciro We wish them much suc LessMrs Luraino Stapleton who has been visiting friends here for some time has returned to her home at Chatman Nebraska The Baptists held a big meetin hero Saturday and Sunday nnd seven were baptized also sever teen were added to the church The Baptists are doing good work in tho Masters vineyard hero SUNSHI- NUCrockettsvIIIo Miss Eliza Denton who has been very sick is no better Miss Effie Johnson daughter of Henry Johnson is very low with feverJoseph Johnson of Anvill has been in this neighborhood buyin cattleFilmoro McIntosh of Squabbl creek was visiting his ssser Mrs Hvalinc McDanicI Sunday Mary E Stidham attended tht funeral of Jerry Stidham Sundti near the mouth of Wolfe creek which was preached by Rev llenr Neace and others The funeral of Mr Sarah Jane Deaton wife of Wick Deaton and daughter of James Gant Mary E Deaton will be held Ui second Saturday and Sunday in November by Revs IlenryS Neac and Elias Mullen at the Deaton grave yard Tho base ball team of Buckhor met the Cow Creek team on Cow Creek last Saturday and the Co- Creek team were tho victors bj three scores Another game will bo played at Buckhorn Saturday irday week It is requested by some prominent citizens of Crockettsvllle that flwin Rovs A C Cooper and Joseph Walters announce funeral arvices at the Nich Combs graveyard in October that they come prepared to go to Crockcttsvillc for other funeral services It is- tho desire of Mrs Wilson Deaton hat they hold services afc the raves of Wilson Gardner Madison and Wickey Deaton She hopes that tho brethren will be prepared to answer her request Lost Creek We earnestly believe that the ibbath of our Lord should be trcroHcod and kept holy and for tbat reuan and beotuso it is a rio tion of both moral and divino lafs wo will not after this throw open our place of business on undays except in cases of sickness and dfiaih and other extreme ncrgcncies Wo give this notice thnt no one may have cause to take offense and trusting that Godwill prosper us for so doing NOBLE NOBLE I am informed by soverdl that I- am largely accused of being re lonsiblo for the rigid investigations that have taken place recently regarding the solo of intoxi cants and other violations in and near this immediate vicinity I ankly and gladly confess that I have furnished a few hints that ay have led up to the invcstiga tions but not all of them by any means But now for the sake of gument and some reasoning let- the whole burden fall upon myself and tho courts where is there 1- 1man who after taking the second sober thought that loves his fam i1 Ci respects his neighbors and- poses as an honest citizen who could be offended or think less of- me or the courts for the steps that ban been taken in defense of tho h ippiness and welfare of tho good nnd Innocent mothers and children 1d fl t w- o of our county and tho upholding of her laws both moral and di vine I nm not your enemy butt the other hand I want to see all of your homes cheerful yourscl your wives and children happ and prosperity dominate over wheror But we can not have all these good things in common with those other evils lurking aroun With kind wishes I am yours respectfully HENKY B NOUIE Ned hack Neace is repairing and re paroling his houseIllenry Frances sold a mule to John Roberts for 240 Ben Murphy was in our neigh borhood the first of tho week burI hug cattle W L Campbell raised a watt r melon in his garden weighing 47i pounds Who can beat it Quite a number of friends visited Mr and Mrs W L Camp bell Sunday and enjoyed eatir tine melons ChaddioFugatoof Bolin brand has moved his saw mill to W L Campbells where ho will saw railroad tics tT S Marshal Frank Horn has aruetted quite a number of men in our community for selling and distilling liquors without license- D H Fugate bought a yoke of oxen from Dan McDaniel ando returning home with them the broko the yoke and escaped and he has not heard of them since Stevenson Allen Watkins of McQuinn was visiting near Rousseau Sun dayR L Back of Rousseau is erecting new buildings on his fan icairhere Tho Jr O U A M at Roes eau meets the first and third Saturday in eachmonth Tho people of this locality arc busy making ties as they thin Prices wllladanco Miss Cattie Calhoun of Happ branch was a guest of Major and AliCe Barnett Sunday Elias Johnson of Robbins vas ited his brother Sunday who cut his foot while making tics near Rousseau II C Calhoun of this place is running a barbershop on Frozen near Camp Christy and is Karin rood success at tho business Mrs Darthula Byrd who ha been very ill for somo time is thought to be improving since she vas moved to a house on top of 11 hilt Isom Caudill who lives on Meat caffold went a distance of four miles to L C Calhouns to put in a turnip patch and has aproiii sing crop UNCLE ABE Turkey Simon McIntosh and wife o1 Wharf spent Sunday here Quito a number of our citizens attended the speaking at Jackson Monday Miss Lillian Torry attended the funeral services at Jetts Creek Sunday Uncle Andy Short of Wharf washere the first of the week on iisinesa Miss Ruth C Terry is on the skk list We hope her a speedy recovery Isom Terry and daughter Eva wero visiting relatives hero the fil5t of the week Richard Herald of Puncheon Camp visited relatives at Turkey iturday and Sunday Torn Johnson went to Lexing ton tho first of tho week to take IU eatment for catarrh of the throat Larkin Murrell who is working for the K P Lumber Co at Lo Hoscvisited homo folks at Four die Saturday and Sunday Tho school at this place was dismissed tho first of tho week on icount of the ill health of the teacl1er Mrs Mary Terry Mrs Polly Short of Wharf who has been confined to tier room for about two years is in serious condition and her recovery is doubful Green U Barrett of LeRose- was visiting hero Sunday This I I tho first time ho has paid us a bait for some time and all were t 0 glad to see himIIThe littlethree ycar old son or Mr and Mrs Andy Barrett tool suddenly ill Friday night about S oclock and morn Ing about 4 oclock It is believe that croup caused its death Mrs Laura Rouse who has bren visiting friends and relatives ut this place for the past two niontl left Monday for her home nt Marshiichl Wisconsin Whito hero she met with many fricn and acquaintances who were sort to see her lea- vePUBLIC SALE OF Blue Grass Farr Wo will offer for saleat Public AuctionWednesday Oct 2707 at 10 oclock a m on tho premises unless sold privately bofoi that date our farms situated aboi 8J miles west of Mt Sterling and ten miles north of Winchester in Clark county and fronting on the MU Sterling and Donaldson turn pike No1 contains 114 14 ACfyES has good 7 room frame dwelling tenant house barn ico house cistern attlxs door and all nccessai Dutbundings Improvements Ire good Large ftpplo orchard another friUt urm is well fence and watered and nearly all in harass and meadow Tract No 2 adjoins tract No 1 and contain 103 12 ACRES lias tenant housPi young poach and applo orchard 3 years well watered nnd fenced and WIIS rigkially u part of tract No1 Tile two tracts together woul nuke some one a good homo Close to church school house and black smith shop Wo will otter th tracts separately and as a whole md accept tho best bid Terms known on day of inlformationwrite or see Watt M Gay It I D No 1 Winchester Ivy or IX H Cook Winchester Ky who will take pleasure in sliowin the sumo I Mrs Emily J Domigan Mrs Watt M Gay R A CHILDERS =lnO1U REED DRY GOODS co PORTSMOUTH 0 Solicit tho trade of the mountain coplc Ho will be Ai JACKSON J3VEKY 30 DAYS Dealers will ho notified by postal SIC your orders for him lie will save you money deb 1 ly W H Henderson Ayres Street Opp Post OQhe LEXINGTON KY DEALER IN Grain Seeds Feed Wheat U and Cor lover LlmotbycyMil t Kentuuk Blue Qrn il Hungarian lay Straw Hill Feed Master Commissioner Sale Hrcalhilt Circuit Court criah IluginsrPlainthflvs ngeFino Ely c Defendants IJy virtue of a judgment of the rcuthitt Circiuit Court rendered in the above styled action the un dC1ii ned Master Commirsionci Jmblicuuctiontho front door of the court house in Jackson Ky at about the hour of 12 oclock noon on Monday S pt 23 1907 The following described property towit Lying and being in the county of Breathitt and State of Kentucky on the north side of Quick snnd creek noel bounded as follows beginning at two and a igar tree between D It Hagins Imd D F Hagins thence n raignt line up hill with said line to a large knob on the top of- tho ridge to W B Hagins thence with his lino down tho hill- to main Quicksand creek thence up tho creek tothe beginning be iJw tho same land cOne cd to JVillil1mRdutd February 1 1902 deedre corded in deed book 0 page 1 reathitt County Court Clerks offico and James D Graham will retain a lien on the purchase price of his onesixth interest in tho above described boundary of land Said property will be sold at public auction to tho highest bid ler on a credit of six months and- the purchaser will bo required to thgpurchasemoneylth tcrest from date and having the force and effect of A replevin bond And a lien wtll be reserved Ji 1 in said bond on the property Aold cisCost of suit 1075 coin 1lrintInrJ W CAIIDWKLL M C B C C Master Commissions Sale CourtThos SuiMnrr tiBreathittentered in the abovestyledcau at its May term 1907 for tho sum of 32547 with interest from the 23rd day of September lOiun tillluidnnd 3085 costs herein expended I shall proceed to olTer for sale at tho court house door in Jackson Breathitt county Ken tacky o- nMonday Sept 23 1907 between tho hours of 12 oclock m and 2 oclock p m tho follow ing described real property tho undivided onefifth interest of Thomas H Deaton deceased Lying and being in Urcathi county Kentucky on tho Midd Fork of tho Kentucky river on tho south side thereof at the mouth of Longs creek and beginning at said river at tho mouth lunningdownto tho lower end of a bottom nt a conditional line made between James Johnson and George W Bulohor and Bowlines heirs hence with said conditional linens marked running up tho hill toI- L beech tree by tho road them with said Conditional lino as marled up the hill to tho top of the ridse bcUveon Pcatons brunch nnd Longs with the top the of the ridge to where the line of the land deeded to James Johnson and Wm Strong crosses tho ridge thence down tho hillwith sand Win Strongs lino to a blat turn near Longs creek thcnc down the creek with n makcd line line along the hill side to a beech tree nenr the bank of the creek II short distance above tho end of the lieldt thence to the creek thence down tho creek as it menu tiers to the beginning at the mouthof tho creek cantuinin 100 acres n gre or loss TRACT No 8A tract of lund in Breathitt county Kentucky on time northeast silo of the Middl Pork of tho Kentucky river and ling on and near Bowling s I tributary of list im1OWsForkn8 or near nlut rtuowlings creep on the lowe lido of same thence up said Bow lugs creek with its meanders to nI arge sycamore tree standing oni the bank of said creek opposite 11 lat rock and lynn tree about 125 ards from the mouth of said creek thonco crossing said creel to said lint rock and lynn tree hence up the point and with Ed surd Dcatons heirs lino to the op of the ridge thence with the ou of the ridge and said line to John Gays heirs line thence with said line and the top of said rids to Jliclmrd Comb lire thence with said line to R small hickor landing on tho top of said rids at the top of tho spur 4cadini Town to the mouth of said Ons heirs branch on the lower side of said branch thence down said ipurto the mouth bTsaid brand at Bowlings creek at a beech tree hence up said creek with it meanders to a stooping sycamore rco standing on tho right hand or aid creek opposite a cliff thence- croisinsr andup tin point a straight lino to the top or the ridge between Richard Combs ranch and main Bowlings creek ndwith said Combs line runninj with tho top of tho dividing ridgy- ieteveensaid Bowlings reek am Lick branch thence with tho tot of said ridge and said Spicer lino around to Jackson Calluhan line to opposite n largo rock with three holes in said rock in the Jgo of said Middle Fork river at JI1 kjon Gallultand upper corner hence with said Callahans said rock in tho river thence up Rllid Middle Fork with its meanders to the mouth of said How Hnfs creek tho beginning con Mining 300 acres more or less tho onefifth intcrest of tin said Thomas II Deuton will be solelor so much thereof as will bo necessary to satisfy tin hove named judgment interest ndcosta of this sale Said property will bo sold al ublic auction to tho highest bid dol on n credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to give bond for tho purchase coney with approved security caring interest from day of sale and having the force and effect of 11 replevin bond and a lien will be sserved said bond on all the property sold until all the pur clWio price etc is fully paid Bidders must comply promptly with these terms Amount of debt and interest 32547 amount of cost of suit 1085 amount to commissioner for settlement and report 000 I amount of commissioners cost for- this sale 760 amount of cost for- ndmr I services J amount of- cost for printing 2100 Total 39082 J W CARDWELL M 0 B C C = THE BEST NEWS M In the Paper Today f Is that Day Brothers Company have re ceived one of the greatest shipments of Iron and Brass Beds ever brought to Jack shipmentI The Microbes Delight Is aWooden Bed in all the Inaccessible corners and Joints where duct collect In allhwooden beds and create a condition uncleanlineit you would not tolerate U you would stop to think about It There are BO crevices nur Jomti In u Sanluirc beds cermi havent a thanes la 1 RADEOtlAR 0 JnuJucrKIlUP All urge their use Most artistic IrTdeitfn and beautifully finished in scores of styles Snowy White It Siniuirc hold and other excluii e finishes that hue made these beds famous Examine Sanitaire Beds and you will find that each and every one has a fine noothGlighly polished and perfect unitary finish T PRICESH 25Ocor kc alt0 Y 01 ur We Have on HamTC Large Supply ofrFURNITUJL1jM ar rC6ine and scolour line and let us A- supply your ivants E I piece or suite is carefully selected andnisitIY finished The less expensive leIayt the same style finish and wo ulip as the more iiexpensive kind We can please everyone rTHERE IS NO NEEDs For any woman goingoff to tho cities or patronizing mail order houses to buy nico wearing apparel when you can find them in this storo andat a less price than you pay olsowhoro Come in And lot Miss Etliio Klklns show Son our stock of Fino Dross Goods Rika White Goods Laces i Embroideries Notions Skirts Hosiery and in fact ovary x thing needed byn woman to complete her outfit Our stock is complete and prices moderate 1 1 Our Millinery ntjJL j Contains tho seasons beat8tyloa in Pattern Hats and Tri mined Millinery Our limits are of sterling quality ox port workmanship mare made to fit thu head perfectly and are sold within tho roach of all they satisfy tho demands of tho most practical Wo havo on hand at all times a selootIvariety which wo invito public inspection Mias Margaret e Basket will bo pleased to supply your wants RUGS MATTINGS AND CARPETS Wo are having good sales on Russ Mattings and Carpets Wo have somo beautiful designs and pricoa aro rightiI COOK SroVasIIt always has boon and always will bo a womans delight have a stovo or a rango that is a perfect balcor Ito has more good qualities than wo have space to OurITry ono of ours and youll bo convinced t GROCERIES AND CANNED GOODS Our stock includes a groat big lot of attractive Staple t and Fancy Groceries Our shelves are now reploto with tho lineal line of canned goods On the market stud you can depond on thorn Theyre fine When you buy coffee and J flour you ought to know theyre good We assure you both coffee and flour bought hum will bo right they lend to tho attractiveness of living A real luxury at any season is ono of our delightful hiatus The best line of Mens and Womens Shoes in Jackson Also a complete line of Mens i q Clothing and Furnishings i For a liberal share of your patronage we promise good values polite attoution and unbounded appreciation I DAY BROS 00I WHOLESALE AND RETAIL I JACKSON KENTUCKY + I + 4 tk J the Breathitt News t PER YEAR IN ADVANCE 6 g 1Ji I AGINS EDITOR 1IiOFFICE IN CRAWFORD BLDO JACKSON KY t rs 1 S2S252S2S25V ID ffil rn DR O H SWANQO FPNYSI IAN PNe eRiEoN i U P PICH IIOURS8 A TO 4 P fl 1URUI8 UUILDINO rnINU KENTUCKY r- n1s2252S25525252S2525 FRIDAY SEPT 13 REPUBLICAN TICKET a For Governor AUGUSTUS E WILLSON- of Louisville For Lieutenant Governor W II COX of Mason county For Attorney General JAMES BUEAT1IITT of Christian county For Auditor FRANK P JAMES- of Mercer county For Treasurer CAPT ED PARLEY I of McCracken county For Secretary of State Du HEN L BRUNEU of lireckinridso county itjor Supt of Public Instruction x T S CRABBE A Jtfrld county 1111 r For Commissioner of Agriculture N C RANKIN I of IIcnr vcounty a IorClerkofCourt of Appeals 1 NAPIER ADAMS Tlfof Pulnski county J fil It 11 Commissioner 3d Dis A T SILER 1 4 f Whitley county TITS people of Breathitt county hitve now hail nn opportunity to tear lion Augustus E Willson tho Republican candidate for Gov ernor of Kentucky and to heart what he has to say regarding the issues of the campaign They hoes bccaablo to determine at jjiU strji1tlie proposes to do in the rcTSntHhat ho is elected to this high fpYgo arid what will be the policies e ofthe administration to bo man ned by him and it is well for us 0inthe Outset to weight the Plane of r campaign together with tho char I l Acer of qUlcandidatcs and deter 1gt2rt possible who will best 4111 govern the people of the Common wealth of Kentucky Mr Willspn promises Iliat if try elected Governor ho will bo 33ov- ernor j qfj all the people arid nota t medium for the benefit of thoiew 4 i the will favor no political tic friend to the detriment of political enemies and that the history and i events of this campaign will be ftbrlCJ and forgotten when he + conies administer the groat af r fails of this State that he will is h r- r tt sue pardons to no persons eon victod for crime or chargedwith icI runless extenuating circum Jst secs sir the will etft e people 1 j c pardonnonpardon be made by a District Committeeman Ho reviewed the 1tcnductand policies of the present 4 l1li 1 3 administration and showed by un deniable circumstances that the in h rest and welfare of tho masses of tha people hnd been subrogated to f Uia rights of the few and that tha people hud been neglected in build uifj up the fortune and the fame of individuals Ito assailed the Democratic machine at Frankfort ant charged it with misappropria o wltlrendjlSiiti + m tnaBement of the financial anJ other affairs of the State and i with general inability to govern r u an onlijljtened people Ho spoko in and simple terms and orpVPLrson present had an op partanity to know what may bo txioctcd of him when ho cornea to the gubernatorial chair flay people of Breathitt And ii domGountiM do their whole Q In thyii am n by vot1n ftai1il t oriisrule that soJongl r a ICcntuclfy 0 And b suit t J t r parting tho men and measures that will bring to us blessings and peace Jesse T Davis of Hazard was visiting his brothers Flint and Ed of Lost Creek and Hop of Clay Hole and other friends in this county during the week Jetts Creek EKsha Terry who has been sick with fever is able to bo out again Eltaha Johnson of Athol has moved to P ltown where ho is at workMrs Nannie Spencer of SladeI is visiting her sister Mrs I C TerryMrs Dora Bryant and daughter June visited Mrs James Johnson Sunday Elisha Johnson and Julius Mc Intosh are attending Bcrca col Iccro Vo wish them much suc Less Mrs Luraino Stapleton who has been visiting friends here for some time has returned to her home at Chatman Nebraska The Baptists held a big meetin here Saturday and Sunday and seven were baptized also sever teen were added to the church The Baptists arc doing good work in tho Masters vineyard hero SUNsiti- NRCrockettsvHle Miss Eliza Denton who has been very sick is no better Miss Effie Johnson daughter of Henry Johnson is very low with feverJoseph Johnson of Anvill has been in this neighborhood buying cattleFilmoro McIntosh of Squabble creek was visiting hits s sser Mrs Evalino McDanicl Sunday Mary E Stidlmm attended the funeral of Jerry Stidham Sunday near the mouth of Wolfe creek which was preached by Rev Henry tfeaco andothers The funeral of Mr Sarah Jane Deaton wife of Wick Deaton and daughter of James G and Miry E Deaton will be held the second Saturday sad Sunday in November by llevsrIIerir Ncace and Elias Mullens at tho Deatou grave yard Tho baso ball team of Buckhorn met the Cow Creek team on CoW Creek last Saturday and tho Cow Creek team were tho victors by three scores Another game will bo played at Buckhorn Saturday urday week It is requested by some prominent citizens of CrockcttsvHIe that when Revs A C Cooper and Joseph Walters announce funeral services at the Nich Combs graveyard in October that they come prepared to go to Crockettsville for other funeral services It is the desire of Mrs Wilson Deaton that they hold services ak the Gardner Madison graves of Wilson and Wickcy Deaton She hopes that tho brethren will be prepared to answer her request Lost Creek We earnestly believe that the Sabbath of our Lord should be reverenced and kept holy and for that reasan and because it is a vio lation of both moral and divine laws wa will not after this throw open our place of business on Sundays except in cases of sickness and dgptji and other extreme emergencies We give this notice that no one may have cause to take offense and trusting that God will prosper us for so doing- NoIILE NOIILE I am informed by suverdl that I am largely accused of being responsible for tho rigid investiga tions that have taken place re cently regarding tho sale of intoxi cants and other violation in and near this immediate vicinity I rankly and gladly confess that I have furnished few hints that nay have led up to the investiga tions but not all of them by any means But now for the sake of argument and sonic reasoning let the whole burden fall upon myself and the courts where is there a man who after taking the second sober thought that loves his family respects his neighbors and poses as an honest citizen who could be offended or think less of me or the courts for the steps that bare been taken in defense of tho happiness and welfare of the rood and innocent mothers and children I of our county and tho upholding of her laws both moral and di vino I j I am not your enemy but on the other hand I want to see all of your homes cheerful yourself 1 your wives and children happy and prosperity dominate everJ1 where But we can not these good things in common with those other evils lurking around With kind wishes I am yours respectfully HENRY B NOIUE Ned Zttch Neaco is repairing andre panting his house Henry Frances sold a mule to John Roberts for 240 Ben Murphy was in our neighborhood the first of the week buy 1 ing cattle WVL Campbell raised a watqr melon in his garden weighing 47i pounds Who can beat itf Quite a number of friends visited Mr and Mrs W L Campbell Sunday and enjoyed eating line melons ChaddioFugatcof Dolin branch has moved his saw mill to W L Campbells where he will saw railroad tics IS S Marshal Frank Horn has arrested quite a number of men in our community for selling and distilling liquors without license D B Fugate bought a yoke of oxen from Dan McDaniel and on returning home with them they broke the yoke and escaped and ho has not heard of them since Stevenson Allen Watkins of McQuinn was visiting near Rousseau Sun day R L Back of Rousseau is erecting new buildings on his tarn ucar hcrc The Jr O U A M at Rons soaji meets the first and third Sat urday in each month The people of this locality are busy making ties as they think prices willadyanao Miss Cattie Calhoun of Happy branch was a guest of Major and Alice Barnett Sunday Elias Johnson of Robbins vhs ited his brother Sunday who cut- is foot while making ties neat Rousseau II C Calhoun of this place is running a barbershop on Frozen near Camp Christy and is having good success at tho business Mrs Darthula Byrd who has been very ill for some time is thought to be improving since she was moved to a house on top of a hill Isom Caudill who lives on Meat Scaffold went a distance of four miles to L C Calhouns to put in a turnip patch and has apronV sling crop UNCLE ABE Turkey Simon McIntoshand wife of Wharf spent Sunday here Quito a number of our citizens attended the speaking at Jackson Monday Miss Lillian Terry attended the funeral services at Jetts CReek Sunday Undo Andy Short of Wharf was here the first of the week on business Miss Ruth C Terry is on the sick list We hope her a speedy recovery Isom Terry and daughter Eva wcro visiting relatives hero tho first of tho week Richard Herald of Puncheon Camp visited relatives at Turkey Saturday and Sunday Torn Johnson went to Lexington the first of tho week to take in treatment for catarrh of the throat Larkin Murrell who is working for the K P Lumber Co at Lo Rose visited home folks at Four mile Saturday and Sunday The school at this place was dismissed tho first of the week on account of the ill health of the teacher Mrs Mary Terry Mrs Polly Short of Wharf who has been confined to her room for about two years is in serious condition and her recovery is doubtful Green U Barrett of Le Rose was visiting hero Sunday This is the first time he hay paid us a visit for some time and all wero t kw F glad to see him The littlethree year old son of Mr and Mrs Andy Barrett took 81oclocking that croup caused its death MM Laura Rouse who has been visiting friends and relatives at this place for the past two nionths left Monday for her home at Marshlicld Wisconsin Whilo hero she met with many friends and acquaintances who were sorry to see her lea- vePUBLIC SALE OF Blue CJrass Farm Wo will offer for sale at Public AuctionWednesday Oct 27 07 at 10 oclock a m on tho premi ses unless sold privately before that date our farms situated about 81 miles west of M4 Sterling and ten miles north of Winchester in Clark county and fronting on the Mt Sterling and Donaldson turn pike No 1 contains 114 14 ACRES has good 7 room frame dwelling tenant house barn ice house cistern at the door and all necessary outbundings Improvements Ire good Large Apple orchard and other fruits Farm Is well fenced and watered and nearly all in grass and meadow Tract No 2 adjoins tract No 1 and contains 103 12 ACRES Has tenant hou P young poach and applo orchard a years old well watered and fenced and win originally H part of tract No 1 TUe two tracts together would make Nome one a good home Close to church school house and black smith shop Wo will otter the tracts separately and as a whole and accept the best bid Terms known on day of sale Any one wishing further information or to see the lund will write or see Watt M Gay It F D No1 Winchester or D II Cook Winchester Ky who will take pleasure in showing the sumo Mrs Emily J Domlgan Mrs Watt M Gay R A CHILDERS iI J JI joaiU REED DRY GOODS co PORTSMOUTH 0 Solicits tho trAde of the mountain people Ho will bo- AT JACKSON EVERY 30 DAYS Dealors will ho notified by postal Save your orders for him He will save you money fob 1 ly W H Henderson Ayres Street Opp run Oflbe LEXINGTON KY DEALER IN rainySeeds Feed Wheat Rye Barley Oats and Corn Clorer liraathyv MUI t Kentuakj Blue Grin Orchard Grail Hungarian Hay Straw Mill Feed waster Commissioners Sale Breathitt Circuit Court Bcriah Hogms Plaintiff vsT Notice of Sale Angcllno Ely c Defendants I3y virtue of a judgment of the Breathitt Circiuit Court rendered in the above styled action the un dersigned Master Commirsioner of said court wil sell at public auction to the highest bidder at the front door of the court house in Jackson Ky at about the hour of 12 oclock noon on Monday S s pt 23 W07 The following described property towit Lying and being in the county of Breathitt and State of Ken tucky on the north side of Quick sand creek and bounded as follows Beginning at tvio benches anda sugar tree between D B Hagins and D F Hftgins thence a straignt lino up the hill with said line to a large knob on the top of tho ridge to W B Hairins line thence with his lino down the hill to main Quicksand creek thence up the creek to the beginning be in the same land conveyed to JViIIiumsdated February 1 1902 deed recorded in deed book 9 page 1 Breathitt County Court Clerks office and James D Graham will retain a lien on the purchase price of his onesixth interest in the above described boundary of land Said property will be sold at public auction to the highest bid der on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to give bond for the purchase money with approved security bearing interest from and having tho force and effect of A replevin bond and a lienlwill be reserved j I if r u dtr r in said bond on tho property sold until all tho purchase money fie- is paid Cost of suit 1076 eotnmi prinhug J W CAUDWKLL M C B C C n Master Commissioners Sale CourtThos SalrVaryDeftBy virtue of a judgment of the Breathitt Circuit Court made undI entered in the abovestyled cans at its May term 1907 for the sum of 32547 with interest from thel 110iun1tilexpended I shall proceed to offer for sale at tho court house Jackson Breathitt county Kon1 tucky o- nMonday Sept 23 1907 between the hours of 12 oclockj m and 2 oclock p m tho follow inc described real property the undivided onefifth interest of Thomas H Deaton deceased Lying and being in Breathitt MiddlForktho south side thereofat the mouth of Longs creek and be ginning at said river at tho mouth runningdownto tho lower end of a bottom at a conditional line made between James Johnson and George W Iklclior and Bowlings heirs thence with said conditional line as marked running up the hill to a beech tree bj tho road thence with said conditional line as market riigcbctlvefiliLongs with the top the or the ridge to where time lint of the land deeded to James Johnson nUll Ym Strong crosses tho ridge thence down the hill with said Win Strongs lino to a black gum near Longs creek thence down the creek with n naked line line along the lull side to a beech tree near bank of tho creek a hort distance above tho end of tho field thence to tho creek thence clown tho creek as it meanders to the beginning ut the mouth of tho creek containing 100 acres li no or less TRACT No 8A tract of lund in Breathitt county Kentucky on tho northeast smile of the Middle Fork of tho Kentucky river and lying on and near Bowlings creep n tributary or sailloL S nlouthnellls on sido of same thence up said Bow lings creek with its meanders to a large sycamore tree standing on tho bank of said creek opposite a Hat rock and lynn tree about 125 yards from tho mouth of said creek thpnco crossing said creek to Raid tint rock and lynn tree thence up tho point and with Ed ward Dcatons heirs lino to the top of the ridge thence with the ton of tho ridge and said line to John Guys heirs line thence with said lino and the top of said ridge to Uiclmrd Combs line thence with said line to n small hickory standing on tho top of said ridge at the top of the spur leading down to the mouth of said Gays heirs branch on the lower side of said branch thence down said spurto the mouth Suid branch ut Bowlings creek ut n beech tree thence up said creek with its meanders to a stooping sycamore treo standing on tho right handof said creek opposite a cliff thence crossing and up the point a straight lino to the top of the ridge between Richard Combs branch and main Bowlines creek andwith said Combs line running with the top of tho dividing ridge between said Bowlings creek and Lick branch thence with tho top of said ridge andsaid Spiccrs line around to Jackson Callnlmns line to opposite a largo rock with three holes in said rock in the edo of said Middle Fork river at Jackson Callahana upper corner thence with said Callahans line to said rock in the river thence up said Middle Fork with its meanders to the mouth of said now lings creek the beginning con taining 300 acres more or less Only tho onefifth interest of tho said Thomas II Deaton will bo sold or so much thereof as will bo necessary to satisfy time above named judgment interest and costs of this sale Said property will be sold at public auction to tho highest bidder on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to give bond for tho purchase money with approved security bearing interest from day of sale und having tho forco and effect of a replevin bond and a lien will bo reserved in said bondon nil tho property Hold until all the pur base etc is fully paid Bidders must comply promptly with these terms Amount of debt and interest 32547 amount of cost of suit 3085 amount to commissionerI for settlement and I amount of commissioners cost for I this sale 750 amount of cost for admr services amount of cost for printing 2100 Total J 39082I h J Gj 4 THE BEST NEWS c In the Paper Today Is that Day Brothers Company have re f ceived 0110 of the greatest shipments of Iron and Brass Beds ever brought to Jack son Over 1000 in the shipment The Microbes Delight is a Wooden Bed oints where dust collects In all t toleratewcwJcnIf you would stop tQ think about It There Ire no not 41 Soniuirc bed germs havent a chance la + r aaiucillAll urge their use Most Artistic In deslru and beautifully finished in scorn of styicsanowy White Sanitaire Gold and oihef exclusive I III and- you finishes that have trade three beds famous Examine Sauiuire will find tlut each and trery one has I fine tmootheiiirhly polished and perfect unitary finish T PRIdES r sti2VP e ar to I 5t 00 y We Have on Han Large Supply o- fFURNITJJJThI = r1 Dupoesn x X come se ur supply your wants E- carefully piece or suite is selected and sitjsly finished The less expensive M aavto the same style finish and wo Lv hip as the more expensive kind We can please everyone THERE IS NO NEEDft rFor any woman going off to the cities or patronizing mail order houses to buy nieo wearing apparel when you c can thud them in this store and at a loss price Maui you pay elsewhere Come in and let Miss Etllie Elkina show Son our stock of Fine Dross Goods Bilks White Goods Lacea 4 Embroideries Notions Skirts Hosiery and in fact every i thing needed by a woman to complete her outfit Our stockjis complete and prices moderate I Our Millinery Department t Contains tho seasons host styles in Pattern Hats and Trimmed Millinery Our hats are of sterling quality ox pert workmanship are made to fit tho head perfectly and are sold within the roach of all they satisfy the demands of the most practical We have on hand at nil times a select variety which wo invite public inspection Miss Margaret Basket will be pleased to supply your wants RUGS 1A1TINUaANDWe are having good sales on Rugs Mattings and Carpets Wo kayo some beautiful designs and priuea are rightIiCOOK STOVES AND RANGES- It always has boon and always will bo a woman delight 1 to have a stovo or n range that is a perfect biker Our supply has more good qualities titan wo have space to enu Imerate Try one of ours and youll bo convinced 1 GROCERIES AND CANNED GOODS Our stock includes a great big lot of attractive Staple and Fancy Groceries Our shelves nro now replete with time finest lino of canned good on tho market nod you can i depend on them Theyre fine When you buy coffee and J flour you ought to know theyre good Wo assure you both coffee and flour bought hero will bo right they loud to the attractiveness living A real luxury at any season is one of our delightful hams The best line of Molts and Womens Shoes 1in Jackson Also a complete line of Mens i Clothing and FurnishingsojFor a liberal share of your patronage we promisegood o values polite attention and unbounded appreciation DAY BROS CO WHOLESALE AND RETAIL lJACKSON KENTUCKY r 4 v h U f cil MTrrThe Breathitt News 6 Published Every Krlilny CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAJ f J WISB H GINS EDITOU r DrHardin Hurst iPhysician Surgeon LOffice In RSv Hurst Office I Building Jackson Phone 58 rr J snurlnitnrlnulnurnuttnununassn 1Ii11iN= rTORNL AT LAW 2 = = ICI ix 1 1 UUST iiio = JACKSON KY- iiiiiiiiiiimuiiiiimmmiiiuiimiiinnii r Mrs James L Moore is quite sick J 0 Patrick of Lykins was here Monday Loll up No 5 for groceries and country produce fudge Alex Strong of Lee county was a visitor hero Monday John A Dull has purchased tli T U Hack business house 01 Hroadway Coco cola and other delicious loft drinks at Archie Copes on Broadway Mrs Clarence Hadden is visit jug her home folks in Clarks and Montgomery counties A C hash of Lnndsaw was visiting his sons Kullnml Ely Kiwh the first of the week A marriage license has been is fsued to McCngcr Ncaco of Ned Miss Lurinda Arrowood ol Canoe irs1 B McLin and child treturned last week from n visit r her father andodder relatives Ewing Va I N Miss Alvin Wilson of Hid mend AmiMrs II E Ony of firt r r Mrs Clyde Curryviiting fIJ Evorsolc of Hazard has been appointed U S Corn sioncr of this district with J quarters at Hazard Samuel E Patton an have moved to Cartcrsvilli where Mr Patton will engage in tho lumber business Mrs J E LnnK and children returned last wcckffrom ft visit to Mrs Langs mother and other rel ativcs in Morgan county Rev C M Summers goes on Monday September 1C to attend the Slate convention of the Chris tiiin churches at Latonia Ky I Tho many friends of Mrs Win Moore of Elkatnwa are irlnd to learn that she is able to be out t again after a spell of sickness Joseph Hagins wife and lanigh ter returned Tuesday to their home near Georgetown after a few days visit to relatives and friends fhete t Scolield a timber denIer t who makes his headquarters at the IrBwen Hotel was injured quite severely at Elkatawa the first of the week while loadingV a car with IIOyS- J John W Reynolds who lives on Miller Brunch has been making war on tho snakes in his neighborhood lIe killed three largo copper heads and three large rat tlers in one week Miss Clcmmio Patton the lady preacher from Georgia who has I been located at Chcnoweo during the past summer is to leave for her home Monday next much tc tho regret of her parishoncr- sEl Turner formerly of this county who it is alleged mur tiered his wife Lillian Turner on the side of Lookout mountain last April was indicted by tho grand jury at Chattanooga Tenn Tues day for murder Tho Lexington Herald should discharge its Jackson correspond ent as totally unreliable There were easily a thousand in tho nu dicnco that heard WilUon while only 5500 were reported Win chester SunSentinel L C May of Chicago was hero a few days this week seeing RCtlunintnnccsllin count but went to Chicago many years ago whorohe has beer 4 yerv successful in business f t PUBLIC SPEAKING lion Ben L Bruncr Kcpubli cnn candidate for Secretary of State will address the voters or Hrcnthitl county at the courthouse in Jackson Saturday September 1Itt oclock p in Mr Urn nor is one of tlio ablest campaign ers in the Stale All that conic to licar him will bo pleased with him You are cordially invited to attend und bring your wives and daugh lers Sunday Services Ucv Sununprs will preach in the Christian church next Sunday morning front the parable of the Good Samaritan Preacher Evan 11 Evans will preach Sunday afternoon weather and health permitting at the How man school house below the O 1C JunctionOur in Heaven will be the subject of the Sunday morning discourse at the Baptist church At the evening service the pastor will preach on Gods Attitude to intt Services at 11 a in and 7iO p in Everybody invited to attend these servic- esProtracted Meeting- A protracted meeting which is expected to continue about three weeks will begin in the Christian church on October 20 Hcvi W J Cocke of Lexington who is Hold agent for the Kentucky Christian Missionary convention will bo the evangelist Mr Cooke i + a nuts of wide reputation and marked ability as a preacher For a period of twenty years ho hay bcen actively engaged in evangelistic work throughout various States of the South For about two years now he has been one of the most effective ovangclUtis in Kentucky The people of the Jackson church consider them 1 13 fortunate in securing him r with them in a meeting rfie Willson Speaking There were nbout 1000 to liiOO iicople here Monday to hear the Hon Augustus E Willson speak and the best of order prevailed The crowd was too largo for the c tt tlutnnJ was erected on the ens where Mr Villson discusscnc j issues of this campaign and 11eI outline of the course ho would ilIIItrsue if elected Governor He introduced to tho audience by lion IL A Hurst Mr Willsons speech was well received and while there were R few Bcckham itcs present they could find no Maws Everybody was convinced that should Mr WilUon bo elected Governor tho State would bo in safe hands nUll that grafting and election thievery and all the isms with which tho State has been in fected for the last seven years would bo at an end Born to tho wife of E D Grit hut of Cano Creek a girl Horn to Mr and Mrs A S Johnson on September 7tha girl Z M Arnold of Primrose visited his brother Dr Alf Arnold 11ednestlay1trs11I Bosworth and child ren went to Lexington Thursday to visit relatives Mrs Nom Winn of Owslcy county was visiting her sister Mrs R P Landrum at Lost Creek last week The Jackson Tent No 74 of tho Maccabees has been reorganized with J T bun Sir Knight Commander with 21 members James A Stamper and F McGuire of St lichens and II L Childers of Hazel Green wore hero Monday taking in tho Will son speaking F W Moore of Marion Ky is visiting his brother N J Mooro on tho Heights Ho is represents real estate and colonization company of Quinton Oklahoma Hon II G Garrett was nominated for Representative of Clark county by the Republicans ofjtlml county last Saturday Ho represented Powell and Estill in that capacity several years ago Ho will ba a strong candidate C B Amyx of Chanuto Kan and Miss Fannio Hurst of Pear tree daughter of S II Hurst county clerk of this county were married last Friday in tho parlors of the Phoenix Hotel at Lexing ton Mrs W A Hampton sister of the bride accompanied them to Lexington After a bridal tour to the east they will make their homo in Kansas DEATHS Mw Lillian F McKay died nt tho home of her lither in Clarks title Tenn September 3 of n complication of diseases She WIIt tho wife of Rev Eo J McKay n mission at Lambric this county for nearly two years mmdwho was ordained at tho Jackson lint list church last November Frank A Moore aged abouttt5 died at Manila P I on August 23d of a tumor on time brain lIe had been nfllictcd with rheumatism for about four years on account ol which ho decided to try n warmer climato and last spring took the civil service examination for Goy ernment engineers malting a per fcctavcragc Ho set out for Ma nila early in tho summer nnd had been on duty in his new field only ten days when his death summons came Mr Moore is wellknown here having been on time engineering force during the building of the 0 K railway here lie went from hero to Pike county where ho had charge of the engineering corps of the Northern Coal Coke Coantl was in the mean time elected county surveyor of Tutee county by n good majority His rcnlains will be shipped back to his old home in New Jersey for burial His untimely death will bo a great loss to his many friends and business associates Wfldo Sopor aged C3 diedat his home on Lincoln avenue Monday morning September 9 1907 of a complication of diseases lie had been in declining health for some time prior to his death and the end was not unexpected Dur ing his illness ho was a great suf ferer though ho was always pa tient and endured his illness with great resignation All that kind friends and medical null could do for him was done but to no avail and time spirit winged its Hight to its Maker Mr Soper was n native of Woodford county mind moved here about six years nol- Ie was an upright and honorable man andmt member of the Jackson Christian church Ho is survived by his wife Mrs Anju Soper und one brother Robert Soper of l cailles he ftmperal services Ljit the house Tuesday afternoon COnth1 1 aM Summers pastor ormtOTno than church after which the re mains were interred in tho grave yard on time Heights A CAltD OK THANKS I wish to extend my sincere and heartfelt thanks to my many friends for tho sympathy and kindness shown me luring limo ill ness nnd death of my dearly beloved husband Wade Sopcr- Miw ANJA SOPKU College Notes Wanted One hundredmore boys and girls in the Collegiate department Only those anxious to learn and willing to study need applyDr Dickson and Prof Crego attended n meeting of the Hoard of Trustees in Lexington Monday It was voted to employ a manual training teachor who will also assist in the Collegiate department Rev Joseph Ilagins was present at tho chapel exercises Monday morning mind gave a very interest ing tank to the boys and girls Most of the books have arrived und the students uro settling down to a year of earnest work Resides tho regular classes a class in reading and physical culture has been organizedMiss lnnd has her class busily nt work in tho pleasant sewing roomRev Powell is a frequent and welcome visitor at the chapel ex ercisesA teacher is daily expected Time funeral meeting which was advertised to bo heldat Elihue LJIemons on time fourth Saturday and Sunday in this month has been postponed to a later date notice of which will be given in duo time Dr H D Cox of Campion was here on business Thursday SHERIFFS EXECUTION SALE By virtue of execution No 206 ofII Commonwealth of Kentucky vs i Mary Robbins and execution No 198 in favor of tho Commonwealth- of Kentucky vs Mary Robbins IN OUR SAVINGS BANKA- nd I see them grow Dimes grow into Dol tarsOn them we pay 3 per cent interest and they will soon grow into a competency I ITS ALL IN THE START 4l Now Is the Best Time Dont be one of those who are alwaysI going to dp DO IT NOW Plant your dollars I here and see them grow JACKSON DEPOSIT BANKI TACKSON KENTUCKY I and execution No 299 in favor oj tho Commonwealth Kcnluckj vs Mary Robbins which issued front the Clerks oflicc of time Hreathilt Circuit Court and cxe ctition No 23G in favor of the ommonwcslth of Kentucky vs Thurston Robbins and John Wyall and execution No 237 in favor ol time Commonwealth Kentucky vs Thurston Robbing nnd John Wyattand execution No2iJ9 in far vor of the Commonwealth Ken lucky vs Thurston Robbins and M A Spencer and execution No 212 in favor of the Common wealth of Kentucky vs Hill Howard and Thurston Robbins which issued from time Clerks oflico of the Hreathilt Circuit Court now in my Mantis for collection I or one of my deputies will on Monday Sept 23 1907 between time hours of 12 oclocji m and 2 oclock p in at UK court house door in the town of Jackson HreathStt County Ken tucky expose tanublic sale to the fc bidder ethic following prot yu felt thereof M necessnrrkmay the amount of the plaintiffs CiJLh terest and costs and SherilPs commissions towit A certain tract of land lying and being in Hreathilt county Ky situated on tho waters of Coles fork of Cano creek Beginning at a rock on tho left hand of Coles fork and running up the hill with the fence and agreed line between Janes Haddix and Cavlii White to a point in and with the fence where it now runs around in the lint thence leaving said fence mid running straight up the point to Mary Millers line thence running back around the headof school house hollow with Marj Millers line and said Haddix and Mary Millers wire fcnco on the dividing line to the K U Land Companys lino continuing with the wire fence to Mack Howard lino and down tho hill with the wire fence to Park Bullocks and Robert Whittakers corner thence running with said Whittakers lo lino to John Wvalts lot line thence with said Wyatts line to main Cano creek thence up Cane creek to Colos fork thence tit Coles fork to the beginning ex eluding from the above boundary the land convoyed by Mary Rob bins to Nancy Howard by deed o October 12 1000 levied upon a tho property of Mary Bobbin mind Thurston Robbins a defendant in said execution Terms Sale will be made on n credit of six months bond with approved security required bearing interest at time rate of six cent per annum from day of sal and having the force of u replevii bondAmount to be made by this sal 39081 advertising 1400 Witness my hand this the 2911 day of August 1907 BHKCK C AVFOUI S Ii C By S H FUOATK D S SHERIFFS SALE Hy virtue of execution No 354 in favor of Stoll Hamilton vs Breck Combs otal which issued from the Clerks o ice of tune Hrcathitt Circuit Court I or one of my deputies will on Monday Sept 23 1907 between the hours of 12 oclock m and 2 oclock p m at the cqur t house door in the town of Jackson Breathitt county Ky expose tr public sale to tho highest bidder tho following property or so much thereof as may be necessary U satisfy the amount of plaintiffs debt interest and costs towit A tract of lund situated in 1 = = = =I Hreathilt county on the North Fork of the Kentucky river and Quicksandcreek at time mouthof Quicksandcreek beginning on n black oak and beech on tho north side of the said North Fork of the Kentucky river at u small drain about two hundred yards below the mouth of Quicksand creek thence northwest about 180 poles to a stake in tho line of the square at the Meetinghouse branch thence down tho branch with its meanders to the mouth thence up main Quicksand creek to the mouth of South Fork thence up said South Fork to the old lino of said surveyor square thcnco with said line which is Jesse Spurlocks old line riverI01 corner of said Spurlocks land and Backs land on Spurlock branch so as not to take any land convoyed by Wiseman to Jesse Spurlock theuco from the oak and pine down the river with its meanders to the beginning Levied upon as the interest in the property of Brcck Combs and Sam Combs defendants in this fl fn Terms Sale will be mado on a credit of six months bondwith bearingcent per annum from day or jute and having time force and effect of a replevin bond The amount to bo made at this sale is 240915 to which add cost of advertising 1000 Given under my hand as Sheriff of Hreathilt county this August 19 1007- HUUOK CuAwrono S H C Hy S II FUOATK D S Sheriffs Execution Sale I xponnsinLawson which issued from the Clerks ollico of the Breathitt Cir cuit Court now in my hands for collection J or one of my dopu tics will on 1907toclockIm pm at ofIexpose to public sale to time high propertyfnecessary o andsan towitA certain tract of land in Breathitt County Kentucky on time North Fork of time Kentucky river below the mouth of Frozen beginningeon ui the mouth of a branch a corner thenceeup on ewer 01 IlwsonsIthence easterly keeping time dividing ridge between Mill creeknnd said brunch to a stake on the top of time ridgo at time head of time first branch above tho beginning thence westwardly running down said branchwith its meanders to its mouth thence with time rivet to the beginning leviedupon as time property of Marion Lawson a defendant in said execution Terms Sale will bo made on a credit of six months bond with approved security required bear ing interest at time rate of six per cent per annum from day of sale and having tho force and effect of a replevin bond The amount to bo made by this sale is 17927 Given under my hand as Sheriff of Breathitt county this August 19 1007 BHECK CKAWFORD S B C By S II FOOATE D S A 1 1tr t d 7ii q S I w 7 MPE I SHOESC rJ ot I r rlTheyre the Shoes you should call for if you want to get comfort style and wear at a q reasonable price Theyre built in specialty factories from the most carefully selected M materials over lasts that conform properly with the lines of the feet MADE FOR US PetersShoe L CoP 5L Louts c= 1 NOTE THE PRICES 8lLadies Tip- Bluchers i1 25 Ladies Pat i 6McnsKid 2 252 50 it li Mens Patent Calf 3 50 to 4 I Ladies Heavy Shoes very thing 50I iJ for country wear 1 65 to 1 p All these goods are really worth from 25 I to 50 per cent more than our prices per pair B S TAULBEE I I I 1MIXED r i w 1 PAINTSt wt 1 Just received a full line 1 11 t9 which wo guarantee ff1 1V l t 19 19 pg JET au31 f lustoG t i t longer and look better tlmn9 R 091 any other paint Inade- wGill 1 J 1V1il and see color cards und get prices =z W I Jackson Drug Co 1 iFyYMhiii 0 You Will Get AH That S 41 II Ij- I I WI Coming to You r 4o i i9F t 0= t 14 Jot THERE IS NO FAKEfI I twlretnrno yA v 0 i itII i Jjf q AVe Believe in Treatment p Oan use up a page of space talking about our goods w thon you wonldnt know how good they are j mCOME TO OUR i STORE oo So you can see for Yourselfthats the surestfwav sr + A fe Jwx tt Fc Crawford d Co 1 fI J ijJJCKSON KENTUCKY M a1 H wH i H 3F H HzH HiH HwlwH HoSo oSriwH e WiwH Hfu MONUMENTS t iHeadstones and Markers Jthe r 1 presented If in need of work in my line call and see me or dropme a postal card I erect work anywhere Prices reasonable nf 1 R M SHELYAtShop Located Near the Bridoo JacUsont K Ya 1 5 W f t The Breathitt News IMihlUlicil Kvury Friday CASH SUDSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAR h T WISE IfAGINS EOITOU C 4 r Dr Hardin Hurst Physician Surgeon LOffice In R A Hurst Office I Bulldlnjc Jackson Phone 58 o gllllllttllllllllUJIIIIIUItlllllllllllllllllltflM plTO 1 KELLY TTORNEY AT LAW = 5 lOB IN IIUIIST IH0 = k HniiiTiiiiiiiiuiinimiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiHifiiJ x JACKSON 11g Mrs James L Moore is finite sick r 1 O Patrick of Lykins was hero Monday Call up No B for groceries and country produce ludeo Alex Strong of Lee county was u visitor horo Monday John A Duff hits purchased Ho- I U Hack business house on t Hrondway Coco coin and other delicious soft drinks nt Archie Copes on Broadway Mrs Clarence llmldcn is visiting her home folks in Clark nnd Montgomery counties A C Iviisb of handsaw was j visiting his sons Kelly nnd Ely Kftsli the first of the week 4Amarriage license has been issued to McCnjrcr Xouco of NedI 1 nnd Miss Lurindu Arrowood of C Canoe I Mrs J B McLin und child returned lost week from n visit I J her father and other relatives 1 Ewing 1nY Miss liras Wilson of Kiel mend midMrs II E Ony of I visitingtins k1 Evorsole of Hazard has been appointed U S Con sioncr of this district with J quarters nl llnuird I Samuel E Patton Rnrc0have moved to Cnrlersville where Mr Patton will engage in the lumber business Jr Mrs J E Mnfo and children returned last wcekffrom n visit to Mrs Lnniis mother and other rel atives in Morgan county Rev C M Summers goes on Monday September 1C to attend the State convention of the Chris than churches at Lntonin ICy Ij use many friends of Mrs Win Moore of Klkatawn are iliad to I learn thnt she is able to be out again after n spell of sickness Joseph Hacins wife and daugh ter returned Tuesday to their homo near Georgetown after n few days visit to relatives and friends het e I Mr Scolield a timber dealer r who makes his headquarters at the Kwcn Hotel was injured quite severely at Elkatnwa the lirst of the week while loading a car with logs J101mW Reynolds who lives Ii on Miller Branch has been rank ing war on trio snakes in his neigh borhood lie killed three large copper heads and three largo rattler in one week Miss Clcmmio Patton the lady preacher from Georgia who has v been located nt Chcnoweo during tho past summer is to leave for her homo Monday next much to thin regret of her parishoncre El Turner formerly of this county who it is alleged murdered I his wife Lillian Turner on the side of Lookout mountain last April was indicted by tho grand jury at Chattanooga Tcnn Tues day for murder The Lexington Herald should discharge its Jackson correspondent as totally unreliable There were easily a thousand in the nu dienco that heard Willson while only 5100 were reportedWinchester SunSentinel L C May of Chicago was hero a few days this week seeing his old friends and acquaintances J Ho was born and raised in Magof c fin county but went to Chicago many years ago where ho has been d yorv successful in business PUBLIC SPEAKING lIon lien L Hruner Republi can candidate for Secretary of State will address the voters of Urcnthilt county at the court housc in Jackson Saturday September 21lit 1 oclock p m Mr BruI nor is one of the nhlest campaign ers in the State All that conic to hear him will be pleased with him You are cordially invited to attend and bring your wives nnd daugh ters Sunday Services Rev Summers will preach in the Christian church next Sunday morning from the parable of tin Good Samaritan Preacher Evan 11 Evans will preach Sunday afternoon weather and health permitting at the How man school house below the O 1C JunctionOur in Heaven will be the subject of the Sunday morning discourse at the Baptist church At the evening service the pastor will preach on Gods Attitude to Sin Services at 11 a m and 7110 p in Everybody invited to attend these servic- esProtracted Meeting A protracted meeting which is expected to continue about three weeks will begin in the Christian church on October 20 llev W J Cooke of Lexington who isrHeld agent for the Kentucky Christian Missionary convention will be the evangelist Mr Jockc is n man of wide reputation and marked ability us a preacher For n period of twenty years he has bCcn actively engaged in cyan golistic work throughout various States of the South For about two years now ho has been ono of the most effective ovangclistis in Kentucky Time people of tho Jackson church consider them M5 fortunate in securing him with them in n meeting I ic Willson Speaking There were about 1000 to 1200 eople here Monday to hear the lIon Augustus E Willson speak and tho best of order prevailed The crowd was too largo for the d shad Wit erected on the east saouse where Mr issues of this campaign and gave nn outline of the course he would kirsuc if elected Governor He introduced to tho audience by jIt II A Hurst Mr Willsons speech was well receivedand while there were n ow Beckham ites present they could find no Haws Everybody was convinced that should Mr Willson bo elected Governor tho State would bo in safe hands and that grafting and election thievery and all tho isms with which tho State has been in fected for tho last seven years would boat an end Born to time wife of E D Grif liih of Cane Creek a girl Hon to Mr and Mrs A S Johnson on September 7thagirl Z M Arnold of Primrose vis i ted his brother Dr AM Arnold Wednesday Mrs T M Hosworth and child ren went to Lexington Thursday to visit relatives Mrs Norn Winn of Owslcy county was visiting her sister Mrs K P Lnndrum nt Lost Creek last week The Jackson Tent No 74 of tho Mnccnbees has been reorganized with L T Bolin Sir Knight Com wander with 21 members James A Stamper nnd F Me Guiro of St Helens and II L Childers of Hazel Green wore hero Monday taking in tho Will con speaking F W Moore of Marion Ky is visiting his brother N J Mooro on tho Heights He is represent a real estate and colonization corn pang of Quinton Oklahoma Hon II G Garrett was nom mated for Representative of Clark county by tho Republicans oflthal county last Saturday Ho ropre sented Powell tad Estill in that capacity several years ago Ho will be a strong candidate C H Amyx of Chanuto Kan and Miss Fannie Hurst of Pear tree daughter of S II Hurst county clerk of this county were married last Friday in tho parlors of tho Phoenix Hotel at Lexing ton Mrs W A Hampton sisterI of tho bride accompanied Lexington After a bridal tou to the east they will make their J home in Kansas t- iI DEITHSX Mrs Lillian F McKay died at tho home of her father in darks vine Tenn September 3 of aI complication of diseases She wag tho wife of Rev g J McKay n missionlry at Lnmbric this county for nearly two years and who was ordained at the Jackson Baptist church last November Frank A Moore aged about 85 died nt Manila P L on August 23d of a tumor on tho brain lIe had been afflicted with rheumatism for about four years on account of which he decided to try a warmer climnto and last spring took the civil service examination for Gov ernment engineers making a per fect average Ho set out for Ma nila early in the summer nnd hnd been on duty in his new field only ten days when his death summonss came Mr Moore is wellknown hero having been on tho engineering force during the building of the 0 K railway here Ho went from hero to Pike county where ho had charge of the engin- rnringcorps of the Northern Cool Coke Co nnd was in the meantime elected county surveyor of Pike county by a good majority His remains will be shipped back to his old home in Now Jersey for burial His untimely death will bo n greet loss to his many friends nd business associates Wndo Soper aged 03 died ntr his home on Lincoln avenue Monday morning September 9 1907 of a complication of diseases lie hnd been in declining health forI some time prior to his death the end was not unexpected Dur inS his illness ho was u greet sufferer though he was always plt tient and endured his illness with great resignation All that kind friends and medical aid could do for him Wit done but to no avail and tho spirit winged its light to its Maker Mr Soper was a native of Woodford county and moved here about six years no- He was an upright mind honorable man and a member of the Jncksoli Christian church Ho is survived by his wife Mrs Anja Soper and ono brother Robert Soper of V rsailles 1ho fgaeral services 1w1fC1 il J Ljit tho house Tuesday aMtinn church after which time re mains were interred in tho graveyard on tho heights A CARD OK THANKS I wish to extend my sincere and heartfelt thanks to my many friends for tho sympathy and kindness shown me during tho ill ness nnd death of my dearly be loved husband Wade Soper MRs ANJA Sortnt College Notes Wanted Ono hundred more boys and girls in the Collegiate de partment Only those anxious to learn and willing to study need apply Dr Dickson nnd Prof Cregont tended a meeting of the Hoard of Trustees in Lexington Monday It was voted to employ a manual training teacher who will also as sist in tho Collegiate department Rev Joseph Ilngins was present at tho chapel exercises Monday morning and gave a very interest ing talk to the boys and girls Most of the books kayo arrived + and the students nro settling down to a year of earnest work Hesidcs the regular clnsses a class in reading nnd physical culture hns bee organizedMiss lnnd has her class busily at work in the pleasant sewing roomRev Powell is n frequent an welcome visitor at tho chapel exercises A music teacher is daily expected Tho funeral meeting which was advertised to be held at Elihue demons on tho fourth Saturday and Sunday in this month has been postponed to n later date notice of whichwill bo given in duo time Dr H D Cox of Campion was hero on business Thursday SHERIFFS EXECUTION SALE By virtue of execution No 29G I in favor of tho Commonwealth of Kentucky vs Mary Robbins and execution No 297 in favor of the vsr298 in favor of tho Commonwealth of Kentucky vs Mary Ro- bbinsiIiiiiI OUR SAVINGS BANK II IIN Dolisee them grow Dimes grow into larsOn them we pay 3 per cent interest and they will soon grow into a competency I ITS ALL IN THE START a Now Is the Best Time I Dont be one of those who are always I going to dp DO IT NOW Plant your dollars I here and see them grow JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK JACKSON KENTUCKY I u execution No 299 in favor of the Commonwealth Kentucky vs Mary Robbins which issued- from the Clerks office of the Breathitt Circuit Court nnd execution No 236 in favor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky vs Thurston Robbins and John Vyatt and execution No 237 in favor of Commonwealth Kentucky vs Thurston Robbins and John Wyntt nnd execution No 239 in favor of tho Commonwealth of Kentucky vs Thurston Robbins nnd M A Spencer and execution No 212 in favor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky vs Hill Howard and Thurston Robbins which issued from tho Clerks ollico of tho Hreathitt Circuit Court now int my hands for collection Ior one of my deputies on Monday Sept 23 1907 between the hours of 12 oclock m and 2 o clock p in at the court house door in the town of Jackson Rreathitt County Ken LUcl e Uv public sale to the followingPrmay bo nccessarrt the amount uetftr h terest nnd costs nnd Sheriffs commissions towit A certain tract of land lying and being in Hreathitt county Ky situated on tho waters of Coles fork of Cano creek Beginning lit n rock on the left hand of Coles fork nnd running up tho hill with time fence and agreed lino between Jnncs Hnddix nnd Cavlin White to a point in and with tho fence where it now runs around in tho lint thence leaving said fence nnd running straight up the I point to Mary Millers line thence running buck nround tho school house hollow headI Millers line and said Mary Millers wire fence on the dividing line to tho K U Lnnd Companys lino continuing with the wire fence to Mack how ard s lino nnd down tho hill with the wire fence to Park Bullocks and Robert Wluttnkers corner thence I running with said Whittnkers lot line to John Wvntts lot line thence with said Wyntts line t main Cane creels Licence up Can e creek to Colos fork thence ul Colos fork to the beginning excluding from the above boundary the land conveyed by Mary Rob bins to Nancy Howard by of October 12 flOG levied upon ns tho property of Mary Robbins defendn Terms Sale will bo made on credit of six months bond with approved security required bear ing interest at time rate ofsix pe saldt bondAmount to ho made by this sal 39081 advertising 1400 Witness my hand this the 29th day of 1907 UUKCK CHAWFQHD 513 C Hy S 11 FUOATB D S SHERIFFS SALE Hy virtue of execution No 354 in favor of Stoll Hamilton vs Greek Combs et atwhich is sued from tho Clerks oflico of the Hreathitt Circuit Court Ior ono of my deputies willon Monday Sept 23 1907 between the hours of 12 oclock m nnd 2 oclock pm at tho courthouse door in the town of Jackson Breathitt county Ky expose to public salo to tho highest bidder tho following property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of plaintiffs debt interest nnd costs towit A tract of land situated in r Hreathitt county on tho North Fork of the Kentucky river nnd Quicksandcreek tit tho mouth of Quicksandcreek beginning on n black oak and beech on the north side of the said North Fork of the Kentucky river at n small drain about two hundred yards below the mouth of Quicksand creek thence northwc about 180 poles to a stake in tho line of the square at time Meetinghouse branch thence down tho branch with its meanders to the mouth thence up main Quicksand creek to tho mouthof South Fork thence up said South Fork to time old lino of said survey or square thence with said line which is Jesse Spurlocks old line an oak and pine on time river passing by n dogwood njid hickory corner of said Ppurlocks land and Backs land on Spurlock branchso as not to take any land conveyed by Wiseman to Jesse Spurlock llieuco from the oak toed pine down tho river with its meanders to thc beginning Levied upon us time interest in property of Brick Combs and Combs defendants in this H faITermsSale will be mado on a credit of six months bond with bearingcent per annum from day ot jute nnd having the force nnd effect of a replevin bond The amount to bo made at this snlo is 24093 to which add cost of advertising 1000 Given under my hand as Sheriff of Breathitt county this August 19 1907 BKECK anA WIOIlO S H C By S II FUOATK D S Sheriffs Execution Sale IBJ virtue of Venditioni Expona in favor of Floyd Day vs Marion Lawson which issued from the Clerks office of the BYcathitt Cir now in my hands for collection Ior one of my depu tics will o- nMonday Sept 23 1907 oclockom o p m oIexpose to public solo to the high est bidder tho following property or so much thereof ns may be necessary to satisfy tho amount of tho plnihtiilV debt interest and costs toll Sheriffs commissions towit inIonIriver below tho mouth of Frozen beginningeon u tho mouth of a branch n corner thmoncen up on o tho brunch with said Lawson line to the head of the branch thence easterly keeping the livid ing ridge between Mill creekand said brunch to n stake on time to of tho ridgo nt tho head of tin first branch above time beginning thcnco westwardly running down said branch with its meanders to its mouth thenco with tho river to tho beginning levied upon Ili tho property of Marion Lawson a defendcnt in said execution Terms Snlo will be mado on n credit of six months bond with approved security required bear ing interest at tho rate of six per cent per annum from day of sale and haying tho force and effect of a replevin bond The amount to be made by this solo is 17927 Given under my hand us Shorifi of Breathitt county this August 101907 DREOK UUAWFORD S D C 13yS H FUCUTK D S L 0j fP jI i s o s s rPETERSvSHOES ARE FOR THE YOU ESi ft Theyre the Shoes you should call for if you K want to get comfort style and wear at a fS price Theyre built in 3 factories from the most carefully selected tM materials over lasts that conform properly 3 with the lines of the feet MADe ran us Peters1 Shoe Co5LLoUs ptltt JiIJ L Il reasonable specialty NOTE THE PRICES 8 0 Ladies Tip- Bluchers 1 25 Ladies Pat t Tip Bluchers 1 50 Mcns Vici JKid 2 252 50 I Mens Patent Calf 3 50 to 4 50OiI Ladies Heavy Shoes very thing ifor country wear 1 65 to 1 85 3 All these goods are really worth from 25 to 50 per cent more than our prices per pair S S TAULBEE IiIII 1 i WIt Just received a full line 101 Rj9 which we guarantee 1111l 111 1 M JGJIlr lfJ 4 TwrJT t- t f f Will cover more space lastY Is L 111 1Nlonger001ally other paint made Call K I 1 111and11 prices l 1Tt K Jackson Drug COotmLv wi t You Will Get AH Thatll c MI-a rII Corning to You 00 q i s F I c iiioIn our method of bnsinos9Jfor ove dollar irtfw you pay us you got ono conta value iu rotnrno fItn G iilk sr- o oil We Believe in Square TreatmcM1 la v Your moneys worth nil the truce We might puse up a pngo ofspace talking about our goods O 7 then ou wouldnt know bow cood tboyare l 00rr 6 po COME TO OIJRWofe it 0 t y3 1 i So you can BOO for yourself tliatsnuo surestnvav rt 1 i f j r w li ai iIf t a Crawford ti ii to M JACKSON KENTUCKY a t1 oo GGG ee eeG e iIIMONUMENTS fly Headstones and Markers 1 My line ofrdesigns are afI the latest and I can also prepare special ideas premsented by my customers If in need of work in my line call and see me oraadrop me a postal card I erect work anywhere t Prices reasonableit E R M SHELYSh- op l Located Nor the Bridae Jackson Ky 1T i I 0 dJ 14 If Jr t i 4t ff r L f ME6PER1CULO t 1 Peppered Paragraphs on 1J Things Political if Not f Not Otherwise t flV SENATOR UEVJ SEWELL The Democratic llnrgisIIaRer- IlalcyIIincs machino at Frank 3 fort nt last realizes that it is sorely genuineLspokes and cogs arc needed to put tho thing in proper running nndI winning order In consequence it has thrown out some of its enticing bait to enlist the services of Sen ator McCrcary in its cause bv launching a noisy Viee Presidential boom for tho brainy and brilliant Senator Notwithstand lag this same machine had declared he had held office lony enough refused to endorse hit 1honorable record as a Democrat as a statesman by giving him the Scnatorship second term cs has been an unbroken custom from time immemorial notwithstanding this same machine ordered a snap primary in which McUrearv was refused a square deal and honest treatment and attempts were made to besmirch his career by the brainless Bccldmm tinhorncrs now it is trying to repent of its folly and of its treason to an honorable brilliant brainy man a gallant x confederate soldier by the offering of such dope as the Yice Presidency With it the Senator h got to be an awful good and worthy Democrat so suddenly Dont that shock you 1 osThat machine is a living dandy and knows howto play politics of 4 the Benedict Arnold kind Mc Creary helped to establish that for awhile ho was one of r dlnchine props and supporters std bushwhacked him the very opportunity Blackburn was w a cog in the wheel for a time and f t T i completely butchered him the lirsfchance A follow must be tr conscienceless unscrupulous be f llicving all things however dirty fair and honorable in politics be 4 fore he can be retained as a spoke J unspoken of that monstrous m- at+ chine Attorney General Hays L revealed the doing of its graft and fsrced and boodle nodwus bush u ed instantcr before you could itT say scat Henry Watcrson the l injstoftho whole chipoodl- epstesMteJjkii with a whip of tire r and brimstone mercilessly ridicul k ing and condemning its littleness treachery and feeblemindedness and isVtherefore branded bolter oj lu deceiver a striking viper under Fagrass So unless Rfellow is will k ingto go all gaits politics boodle fegar the sake of office erniakohimsetc cing IImlJe on 1 thnt machine tit l 0 i r The present Democratic State theai4 o aunts indicted in the mind of the i 4 Aiit1t psojiiofis being guilty of graft and f corruption Yet HIl rand his iWf little tinhorn pcahuttcrs like J k grengraeshoppors are slcippin- s 1 j titout oval the State boastino t their elean and ccononilc a3min- istnttion1 of the piraire of the State jUcqiv Do they imagine the voter- r1j of Ivcritucky to bo ji pack of blin r crazy snakes If so UieJiwe woo themselvesyk Wiero there is so much smoke botf 0 Y reason 0 a II I L4 burdensome taxation hriposed on tho people and the natural increase of taxable vaIueJanWTrTo ono thte Democratic administration in four years collected aboub live million dollars mora than were collectcci for a like time under the Uradle administration Now if this ad ministration has such a fine record pray tell mo what has gone with nil of this money 1 The people would like to know Much of it has been squandered in the new State capitol graft the school boot graft tho public printing graft the special attorney fees graft the creating of useless ofiice graft and the increase salaries graft So let us turn the grafters wad boodlew out When tho Kcpub lican party in Pennsylvania got to grafting the people the voters in the majesty of their courage vianhood and powe gave it a stinging defeat that it will not soon forget May Kcntuckian be no less courageous and manly in tho present crisis 0 Governor Beckham says Gover nor Taylor is tho arch conspirator to the assassination of Bill Goebel Yet he says if Taylor will return to tCentucky and allow Bob Franklin to play doodlebug with on the witnessstnnd tho Statemilitia hall be at his side to protect him from arrest What a spectacle if Taylor is really guilty of the charge A Governor ottering to violate his oath to befriend and protect a criminal if hia accusa tion is true with the military of 1asGovernor that so abhors U the use of tho militia Boo But he offers to crush the civil authority defy it with impunity and turn on the gattling guns of the State with which to do so Dont that jar you in a place or two 1 When Louisville was threatened with a reign of riot anarchy murder in cendiarism and n theft nndn rapcing of an election threatened by cutthroats heelers and tin- horn teakettlebender tooters and the civil authority was unwilling or powerless to suppress the conspiracy that was hatched td burn murder and rob after being re quested by tho best clement of its citizenship Governor Bradley had the militia stationed at the armory ithat it may bo ready to quell the mobshould it arise aS expected and oven now the followers of Bcckhamocracy pretend that they are none too good and I dont featherhima crime that only resulted in n quiet and peacablo election with out the use of a singlo soldier be big called into service the sarJng of human life and personal property The next rooster fool that crows the praises of the civilnu thority as against tho military spankedfinto a burning blister for tits gall and stupidity I would like to have tho job no I would not either for a crosseyed cuss who is so feebleminded has the fuM measure politicststrong Campton Ky Notice to Wool Growers H S Chapman representing Lex1rSatfurday September 7 Athol Sept 14 j Jackson Sept 21 for the fordor All orders no matter how small will receive the most careful at tentionMeet mo at the depot This is the last opportunity for tho ship anent of wool to this firm this season The pawpaw crop is said to be a failure t Want FarmI r a 4t k L OR A TOWN LOTII z I 4 0 R t I inLi 9r Jackson == 1 I bi r It doesnt cost you anything to get i what you want through us If we havent got what you want we get i- tHAGINSBLANTON9 + it 1 REAL ESTATE JACKSON KY 4v1l t Ai10 f J 4 I 4 fl 1 ft r r 0 ofo1 i 1r4 r r4t4- li = Dont Knock Dont knock Help yourself by becoming popular and push your friends with you Its vory asy Bo a good fellow and soon youll have a procession of fol lowers No mnn over helped him self knocking other people down in character nnd business Shes in Jackson The Louisville postoflico re ceived a letter from a South Dakota man addressed to tho most beautiful woman in Kentucky proposing marriage The post jflico authorities in Louisville say they do not know who to give tho letter to Wo have written them jo send it hero She in Jackso- nAnnouncement To the voters of tho 92nd Legis lative District of Kentucky com posedof the counties of Brcathitt Magoilin and Lee I desire to announce that I am a candidate for tho office of Keprcsentativo in said district subject to the action of the Democratic party If 1 am granted the nomination I will make a thorough canvass of the District and feel sure that I will be elected und if elected I will represent the best interests of all tho district I was born and reared in Dtaithitt county and now live in MngoQin county and am identified with the best interests of the mountain people JfM WATruits Quicksand A C Wilsojj went to South Quicksand last Sunday Solomon Frazier went to church at Hunting creek last Sunday Mrs Brcck Combs mid Mrs Shelt Combs visited Green Strong SundayClay nail Green Watkins and Arthur Snowden visited Judge Watkins Sunday Corn crops are looking fine in this section but tho recent storms did some damage Several of the people here vis ted A U demons Ins t Saturday nud Sunday nnd while thero were introduced to the melon patch Rev Ikon Stanley Gels and Miss Hattie C Kruul lmjo gone to Wilmoro to attend school so ns to prepare for missionary work in the futurew w w Walter Gillum and wife visited Michael Jlobiion Sunday aria Walter went up on ou fc nu to Uttcnd ohiitfClj which was con cTuctcd by Rev Jim Ism colored BEREA COLLEGE I3orea College has BOJiETinxt OOOD for every young man and young lady It has so many classes nnd de partments that ench student can be placed with others like himself and make most rapid progress TKAJVINO AND STKKNGTII Do you desire them lor teaching busi ness farm or Ijpuschold mnnngc went music use of tools and ma ckineryno matter what comot Berea THE TIME TO STAUT is in the fall September the eleventh You can have your share in these great pleasures and advantages Do not let this chance andoppor unity pass by uninijirovcd Find out about it Write for beautiful new announcement and catalogue of students All questions an swered and friendly greetings extended by the secretnrry WILL C GAMIILE Berca Ky Found t Jdinr J A llamun of Llzemorw West Vs says At InetI have found the perfect pill that never dlinppoliile me and for tho benflt of others aflllcted with trppitl liver and clirnnlc constipation will say take Dr Kings New Life Pills Qunranteed satisfactory 25o Ity Jackson Drug C- Biliousness and Sick Headache quickly cured by ORIN0 Laxative Fruit Syrup as it sweetens and tones up the stomach and acts as a gentle stimulant on the liver and bowels It will positive ly cure chronic constipation ORINO clears the complex ion of pimples and blotches 1lafua substitute Mo toe TAOKSON DRUG GO T J In Ir o YOUR PRINTING It should bo n fit representative of your business which means the high grade artistic kind Thats tho kind wo do CARDS ENVELOPES LETTER HEADS- STATEMENTS BILL HEADS ETC Anything tutu everything in the way of high grade commercial printing Theres onlyone kind of paper wo do not handle thats tho good enough It isnt sat iafnctory to tho printer or the con earner The host is none to good for our triulo THE NEWS Relieves in dealing in tho best and always has believed in it Call nt our olllce null look ovei our samples of letter heads en velopes business stationery wed ding invitations and ladies calling cards Youll be pleased with tin work and prices will suit THE NEWS Main St Over Postoffice m I Women In the Tradtc Union League j A Rpxl many uninformed persons imagine that the members of the Wo mews Trade Union leagues are nnoil heated inunual workers Miss Mary C Crawford who wns recently elected secretary of the Hostnn league la i graduate of ICndcllOTo anti n success fntl Journalist nnd author MUi Ilreek Inrldso dean of tho womens depart ment In tho Chleapo university and Miss Jane Addamn of Hull House are In touch with the leagues work Tho favored Intellectual woman every where Is chnniplouliitf the cause of liar less fortunately placed sisters MARCIA WILLIS CAMlIltiLL L She Understands DrescmaKlng Mrh Victor Howard Mclcalf wife f thin secretary of the navy cnn make her ova dresses Bho thinks that nil women any find It convenient to study dressmaking Then when a dress Isnt right they will know why Mrs Met malt Is one of the best dressed women In Washington j jf inThererlchtUvhere It every time you bend oier turn around or walk any distance Its your kid floss Take DeWltts Kldne1 and Bind der Tills They are unpqiialcd for backache weak kidneys nail iiiflam mntforf of the blinder A weeks treatment 2f u Sold by Jnckson Druj Co p Ready For the Next Customer My rubber Bald Set Goodwin de Bcrlblufj a Turkish bath that ho oucc had In MexltoYwiw n very strong man lie mo on n slab mill kneaded me and me and banged me In n most emphatic way When It was over and I laid ot up he cnme up behind me befon tny sheet was nil jiistednnd gavcfe three resounding 8lips on the bare back with the pilhut of Jjb tjnonnotm hajidfV II What In blimi iiro you dolug1 1 gaspel staggerlatG f No offense sir said the mat It WAS only to let tbfc once know that T wits ready for tho next Hither Vou see sir the bells out of order In this room Everybodys Why He Was Sad Oh my friends exclaimed tho ora tor It makes me sad when I think of the days that tire Vono when 1 look around nful miss tlio old familiar fates I Used to sbakohnnds with I DeWltti Cnrbollied Witch hazel Salve Is good fur boils burns cull scalds Mid skin diseases It U tape c ally good for piles Sold by Jackson Drug Co The Perplexed Minister A HnptlMt minister la Virginia wns noted for quaint sayings He was the owner of u featyolce of oxen and nt the loss of one of a favorite okcn loss ho could 111 nfford wns woll nigh In consolable Ilia good wlfo ondenvor fig comfort him quntollbu Lord glvcth and tho Lord iiikcth away Yes Elizabeth I know but I cant see what tho Ix rd washed with an aid steer iI DoWitts Little Eirly Uliejri art Hood for anyone who needs a pill They are a small toftMsuri Ilitle pillr that do not gripe or kijkin Sold by Jackson Drill U Anchovies Sir Walter Scott ue l to tell n story of one of the nursery gardeners of hU day An old friend of mine having asked him to supply him with n dozen anchovies he replied ho hud plenty but being n delicate plant they were till la the hothouse or The way to Jet rid of scold whether It be abadcold or jut a little one is to get It out of your system through the bowels Nearly all Cough Curl Mpcially those that contain opiates sro constipating Kunntdya Laxative Dcuah Sirup contains no opium and ecu gently on the bowili Pleasant to take Bold by Jackson Drug Oo z b tft l i u r- c rr Fun From the French I A PalIn lioulevardler Is at once tmr prised and enchanted to meet an old time ccTiipaniou whose sukldo had been reported Its true said the latter I did want to kill myself simply from die taste of life And theta came along tho doctors nnd discovered that I hunt n gnivo disorder Since then you un derstand I take caro of myself 1arls JourttulIVita New IMiro Food anti Drug La v We are ptpnaed to nnnnunrn lint COllllh1clIldllaw eh ficontitiu no iiptKtRSi or oil rr imrmrul drugs niiii we renommpiid It as a sale remedy for children mid idill Jsel aniBungledIMr Jenkins And no you have bOllI two weddings In your fatuity this Miss Ilosslt I shouldnt wonder but yours will be the next Ilode blushing Oh Mr Jenkins how can you nay such a thing Mr Jenkins Well you know In this world even the most extraordinary nnd I unlikely things r What an awfully disagreeable season It line been hasnt IUlollliou WIIIJIiw to Must of the ire those who are habitually conill n fd Orion lbjuitivo Fruit Syrup rue lirititc eiililfmllnn by tlmulatlng thee liver andtweletrod restore the natI rnl action of the bowels Orlno Lax itlve Fruit Syrup dues not nauseate- r gripe and is nand nid plrunnnt tn aCkloulDruJThe man with the camera was a phvtograph of a theatrical 1011111111I A young girl of not over sixteen years with startling yellow hnlr tripped across the stage Here WHIM the beloved of ttm gods whispered the manager I Why have you dubbed tier that asked the photographer vlth Interest I taulo slue lugs dyed so yours tendon llllrllllhITo continue young in hpnlth and trenatlt do as Mrs N F K wu Me Dunonch tin did She tars Three Itottlfs of Electric Hitters cured me of chronic liver and slimed tioube complicated with such an tinhenllhy condltliii nt the blood that my skin I urnrd red IIA flannel I am now pruo icnlly 20 yeurs younger than before I tuck KlCtnu flutes I can now do my work with ruse ond nsiUt in myI husband store Giiaranleid by fncksun Drug Co Price 603 It VM Coming Iortl Chief Juxtlio CXlburn when nt tho bar dofendcd a Stolclunnn for t murder A long anti eloquent tight was lu vnlu sentence of death was I condemnedScotehmuu I ha one gut Justlco I declared youU g t t In 0 t rrulIhqJ1ifP9 7rdaliiuy reply llealihy kidneys filter the Impurities frun the blood and unless they do this goal health Is impof ible Foleys Kidney Uuro nukes sound kidneys and will tmlvtly curs all forms of kidney und bladder disease It ftrpifltcDg the whole Byitem Jackson Drug Co Huron lo Ills fervnnl Johann has anybody been nmoklng my cigars ex cept yourself Fervaut Ves sir you Fllegondo lllnttcr One of the wont features kidney rouble Is that It Is an Insidious disease and before tho victim realizes his dan gar he stay have a fatal malady Take Folots Kidney Cure at this first sign f trouble at It corrects irregularities nndprevents Ilriuhlt dlseeae and din betes Jackson Drug Co Tinder now lout a name generally consisted of charred linen mid was used to catch the sparks struck from Mint and stall There are a grunt many pcoplo who have slight attacks ol Indigestion and flyfpepbia nearly all the tune Their food may satisfy the nppetlto but It rail lo nourlrh the Ludy simply be ause the rlomnch Is not in fit condition to do the work It is supposed to do It cant digest the food you rat The stomach Should bti given help You ought lake romethlng that will do the work vour stomach cant do Kidol For Indigestion and Dysrepila a combination of natural dlgfttnnts and vegc table acids digests the food Itself and give strength sued health to the stomas Iloatant to take Sold by Jsckiton Drug Co Ever tried a motor car Judge said a friend No replied tho Judge but Ive tried Riot of people who have Oifcasic nal headache belching bad taste In the mouth lack or npnetlt sad slight nirvounneJi are symptoms r Indigestion which when allowed to go tinctured for will develop Into a CUSP 1 dj pepsia that will take along time to Ret ridof Dont neglect your jtiomnch At the first Indication ol trouble take something that will help it along In its work or digesting the fond you eat Kodul For Indigestion iud Dyipppfia will do this Kfdol will make your lood do ypu good amt will nimble you to enjoy what you eat Sod by Jackson Drug Co Cut it Outsays many a doctor to his lady patients because he doesnt know ofany medi cine that will cure female troubles except the surgeons knife t such a medicine exists howeveris proved by thousands of cures made by OFCARDUI Cures Womb Disease It has saved the lives of many weak tick women and rescued others from a lifetime of chronic sickness It will cure you tr you will only Rive It a dunce Try it Sold by all druggists and dealer In Sl00 bottles GAVE UP SUPPORTER I wore a supporter for four years to keep up my womb writes Mrs J ChrUmsn of UnnYUleNY My doctor said no mtJItlne would help me Alter taking Cardul I gave up my sup porter and am now well The Old Russian Loyalty After nil Hue loyalty wlilch Nuimleor won through a hundred victories was lukewarm couiparod with the loyalty to which the czar of Ilusxla lu thou days was tans When tune Czar Ilex antler was with the allies lit farts luo attended tho theater one evening and was seen by the Comtcsso do HolRuu Just entering hU Iox The Jour of the tax was Bimnled by two great giants of his army who olxtervetl au ntlltuilt eo Htrlctly military that they did not dare to raise their Imuda to their faces to wlie avay their fast tlowliif team What Is till matter I nuked a Hun clan oOlcer Oh ho answered care lossly the emperor hS just passed by and they have iirolmbly tnnniiKcd to touch lilni Ix udoiiT IVs Weekly Cured Hay Fever mill Summer Cold A J Nutlinuiii Ratrivlll wi rwrites Lest year Ituffer for loci mouths with tnninrroold so yi IIIR that It Interfered with my bu lWi I had many nf tie symptoms ot liifl furor nod a doctors jiroicrlptljn d not tenets tur ease ami I took severs medfolnei which leeiuml to only aggravate my cue Fortunately I in k1Tarlp wri fniler and Tar with the same sucaas Jackson Drug Co Tllgrwroakrecord ot limo hattie must is grouter than that of any oilier pa nneiydaySaved Her Sues Life The happiest mother in the little town of Ava MoII Mrs S Kuppee She wrltciOne year ego my sou was down with much erioiii lung trouble that our physician was utiabla to lint him i when by our druggists advise I began gtvlnp him Dr Kings New Die coveryand I soon noticed improve ment 1 keep this treatment up for a rew weeks when ho was perfectly well Me has worked steadily since at carpenter work Dr KliiRs New Dis covery saved hits life Guaranteed best cough anJ cold cure by Jackson Drug Co 6Oc and tlOC Trial bottle free ITllcfO Is no such tlUni an pure white Ilugllr All white sugar whether erau powdered or In loaves baa beeu bleached or Interest to Many Fuleys Kidney Cure will cure any case of kidney or bladder trouble that U not beyond the reach of medicine No medicine can do morn Jackson Drug Cu- Porsona bitten by the tiger nitnkc of Australia die almost Instantly there being no known antidote for the bite of this reptile Worked Lllcn n Charm Mr D N Walker editor oF that splay journal the Enterprise Louisa Vn mays I ran a nail hi rriy foot lest week mid at once applied llucklent Arnica Salve No Inflammation fol lowed j the salve simply healed the wound1t Ilenls every sure burn and ikln disease Guaranteed at Jacks w Drug Oo Price afij Over 770 per cent of the natives of popularthincooperation Is greatly lessened KILL THE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS I KogsNew mcfflSiiPjfflBRo AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OH MONEY REFUNDED Kodolx a V f s 10 IT LE RAILWAYS 6 Po F1sEFFKCTIVEKOVIS 100Q N0ji3WESTBOUND Ex Sun r AM r n Lv Jackson Jfc 0 10 2 20 01A K Junction 015 2 gft- Klktitnwa 020 2 80 62klalleSt Helens 6 C9 it I1 Beat tyvillo Junct 7 011J20t j Torrent 7 10 t 41 Cann ton Junct 7 48 3 57 i Dundee 7 fQ 4 03 1ilson S 03 1 14 Stanton 8 iii 4 20 Clay City 82 4 i- 5IEJnlct 9 I l Q1 Winchester q t 20 Ar 9 I 105 rte Pi xD 4 EAST BOUND Dam Daily Ex Sun IM AMILv jti1inchetilcrL E Junct 3 25 8 20 Clay City 4 QO 9 02 Stanton 410 910 Kilson 4 20 U22 Dundee 4 37 9 34- Campion Junct 4 4Q 9 38 Torrent 4 57 9 t6- l3eattyvilloJunct 5 18 10 17 St Helens 5 20 1025 35jAtholElkatawa 6 06 1110- I OK Junct 0 10 11 15 Ar Jackson G 15 11 20 CONNECTIONS L E J UNCTION Trains Nos 1 nmlS will make connections withCO By for Mt Sterling CAMPTON JUNCTION AllItrains connect with Mountain Cen tral liailway for Pine Ridge and CnmutonBEAITVVILLE JUNCTION Trains Nos 2 and 4 connect with L A By fpr passengers to nnd from BenltyviUe 0 K JUNCTIONTrain No KontuckSfor11CIIAS SCOTT G P A IC p K RAILWAY rh 1 UITUCTIVH NOV 19 1001 WIs1 30CN0 Ik A x Ii K Lv Jackson 11 05 3 00 t li 10Ifro 1 liclevl Fork J2 05 4 30 ilhurs City 12 Iy 4 45 Iclcchawa 12 19 4 5tr1 Ar Cannel City 12 35 5 20 EAST BOUND Daily ExSun 2n uilss lar CLASS A W r W Lv Cannel City 7 10 1 00 Iclcchawa 7 33 1 17 Taco City 7 45 1 23 9IIumpton 51VanclovpFrozen 8 50 2 04 0 K Junction 0 25 2 25 Ar Jackson 9 80 U 30 Sunday passenger train leaves returningleaves M L CONEY Gen Mgr Mountain Central Depart Arrivol 5 45 n m Campton 11 30 a m 115 p m Campton 6 00 p ui Arrive Depart 8 00 u m Campton Jun 10 05 a m 4 00 p m Campton Jun 4 40 pinz Make connection with all L E passenger trai- nsReduced Rates IAIQUEEN CRESCENT t ROUTE sON f TUESDAYS OF EACH MONTH TO MANY POINTS SOUTH Winter Tourist Tickets Now on sale goodreturninJr till May 31st For prrticulars write H C KING C PTALexington Ky FOR DYSPEPSIA1 DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATRtIt m lodlfMtlen Sour Stonucfa BtlcHlnc el Oat libF5 OcEc I JAGFSON DRUG GO jr s r tHI J ia I i + f