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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f Best Advertising NDCOUNTtEWS I The Largest Circulation V BREATHITT ANDAD JOIN I OF ANY PAPER IN THIS SECTION i R J WISK UAOINB Editor and Publisher A NKwaiAiKB DKVOTED TO Tneor EASTERN KKNTUOKV OWE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANOH II VolumeJackson Kentucky Friday March 20 1908r 21 JhEW STORE OF Buster Isaacs We are prep aring to make room for our Spring Stock We have a big stock oL r t Clothing and Mens Suits 1000 750Suits w 5 riO 700 Suits for 2 5K400 Suits for A Big Line of Pants from 74 cents up Childrens Suits from 75 cents up Inee Pants from 19 cents up I 0cr orTh We Have a Big Stock of Shoes K hat we will scatford 25 Per Cent Less Thaft Cost Hats and Shirts go at the same reduction Ladies Shirt Waists and Shirts go the same way Come to the few Store Irandi all kinds of Furnishing Goods Tfte Jw v tQff OF EUSTEU ISALCSI s iI OO Q0 Q GQ G 6aa G FIQYD DAY rree d 8AMUKL III3AD Jr Cn iK r g 0 F P CKAWFOHD VJcc Pros 0- f Qililrr WH 1IO1TKH AII U CnMj 1 1M l vl AyS Acting 2 nwiinmiiii J i L D Uti I i BANKING METHODS i ARESATISFACTORY mo 1 i 2Oalal Cab cllentlle If- o you arc lire not already hthisinnm 1 r4bet why nettPl0 S Callin aiidtalfc the subject over with I F us A- Wont call vin entail no obligation 1 3 fIoui i atI f PAIDUP CAPITAL and SURPLUS 2735000 t of QIo JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK f iho Jackson Kentucky 1 e j 6 iQileial i FF1 3F2 FQA THE 1 Southern Ry a OFFERS VERY LOW ROUND- TRIPHomeseekers Rates To Arkansas I Indian Territory I I LouisianaOklahoma Texas Tickets on sale the first and third Tuesdays of each mouth Apply to any Southern Ry Agent or write A Ri COOK D P A B S YENT TPAI LOUISVILLE KY i JUDGE JAMES P ADAMS CANDIDATE FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE Jn announcing Judgo James P Adams as n candidate for tho lie publican nomination for the office of Circuit Judge of the 28d Judi cial District of Kentucky posed of the counties of comI Lee Wolfe and Kstill to bo for at the November election + 1008 n man is presented to the district who in every way is wor thy of this jiigh distinction and aiMJncntlyjntcd And 0ahhed0ahhed by education and oxpertenceto dis charge the duties of the office He has been identified with the courts from early boyhood nndwhen but n mere lad manifested deer interest in legal affairs He was educated in tho common schools and at tho National Normal Uni versify where ho took n course in law Ho was a leader in his classes and popular with the col lego boys lion James G Bailey cxHcprcscntativc from the 92nd district and now Secretary of the United States Legation at Stock holm Sweden was a college chum class mate and nephew of Judge Adaim and they in true Ken tucks style wore always fighting Tar their rights for a place at the head of their classes After Judge Adams finished his college course ho returned to his homo and was at once elected clerk of the circuit court by tho largest Republican majority ever given in the county Ills experience in this capacity more prepared him for tho thoroughlI and when his entered upon the practice of chosen profession which he has since pursued with success and utnrhedability In 1901 he was called upon to become tho candidate of his party for the office of Representative from the 9L2nd district composed- of the counties of Brcathitt Leo and Magofiin Ho was nominated t Jackson and immediately com monceda vigorous campaign in every county in the district speaking at the school houses in nearly every locality and although tho district was largely Demo cratic ho was elected bahnnd some majority over Mr George Carpenter his Democratic oppo nent who was one of the strongest Democrats in the district Judge Adams servedwith much credit to himself and the district in the Legislature of 1902 and in that session ho introduced n bill to extend the common school term from five to six months which af terwards became a lax Having taught school in his early life ho had the interests of the little boys and girls of the mountains at heart and fought hard to improve their oducational facilities and to give them an equal chance with the I A rw children of theBIueirrass Aftortho close of the 1902 ses sion of the Legislature Judge Adams resumed his law practice which was constantly on the in crease Before his term as a member of the Legislature had expired the time came for the election ofn Circuit Judge and Commonwealths Attorney in this district and the Ilet liblican con ccnt19r11 V J1 lieattycill e in July In03 remefBring JUdge Adams as a campaigner and his victory over Democratic majority two years boforo that time and having confidence in his ability to win gave him the nomination for Commonwealths Attorney and with him on the ticket were Judgo T B slakes tile Republican candidate for Circuit JuJgc and lion Lewis Spicer the Republican candidate to succeed Judge Adams in tho Kentupky Legislature Hon James K Roberts of Bcattyvillo and a member of the law firm of Gourloy Roberts was Judge Adams opponent The campaign was a vigorous one A thorough canvass of every county of the district being made From the day Judge Adams was nominated ho knew no rest until the polls were closed in November Ho fought to win and did win Tho face of the returns showed his election bamajority of about two hundred in n district which was normally Democratic bnbout three hundred majority showing u gain of beI and certified Judge Adams was notified bn message from M S Online of Jackson that the election thief hind gotten in his work and that ho was counted out in Hrcathitt Ho forthwith wont to Jackson which was then often termed uthe city of Sudden Death to protect his rights and the rights of the people who had cast their ballots for him at that election Ho secured photographs and copies of all records bearing evidences of fraud and on that night which was his first night in Jackson W V McGuire a prominent lawyer at Jackson convoyed to him a message from two prominent ooli ticians and officers of Brcathitt county informing him that his efforts to lunravel tho election frauds would bo a futile attempt and that ho could do nothing and that the best thing ho could do was to save his time andmoney and take the next train out of Jackson Ho respectfully declin ed to accept this ultimatum He did not vo and that memorable contest followed That contest I which ultimately proved to the election thief that ho could not steal the peoples ballots und keep rI l7 r thorn Judge Adams had then spent four months in a heated campaign and at its close con fronted wits a bold glaring elec tion fraud and forgery realize that tc Urn for etermincd action was It hand in orser to pr swr tin sncrodncss of the ballot and suffrage of the people Breathitt county way cri L e ridden at that time and brave true men men of courage were afniiil to talk afraid to act 1 ccnuso the Go1 hen riirhf of selfdefense ha 1 often been dr nicd and might be denied nuaiii No man knew when his life was secure This was a critical hour and the situation was hazardous but the time hal come Yo hen it had to bo met Judge Adams boldly faced tlc situation ns he found it resolved to strike the strongest blow in Ills Gower at fraudulent election chornc3 He institute I contest proceedings to secure the office to j which the people had elected him tad to vindicate the sancity of the pallor No one who was not asso iated with him can realize thereat struggle trod dreadful ordeal hrough whioh he passed during lint bitter contest which lasted a year and a half lie was often urged by his friends to give up the contest because he could not succeed Ho was also warned to stay away from Brcathitt county but ho continuedwith renewed vigor his relentless tight for the purity of the ballot and the supremacy of the law He sold und mortgaged all his property to enable him to defray the expenses of that contest He spent ill he had and borrowed more The tot cost to him was no less than eight thousand dollars and the total contributions received by him was seventeen dollars lie has not yet regained the money spent in that contest received mankind ylle expressions of sympathy but nd wordof encouragement No cesslbutwere probably one hundred an fifty witnesses sworn and examined in the case and when tho proof irad all been taken it was so apparent that he had won his case in the courts another method was resorted to by designing politicians in order to defeat him Tim Legislature was then in session and a bill was introduced striking Ma goflin county from the district Judge Adams living there at that time The bill was promptly passed and Magofiin stricken from the district lion J Smith Hays was appointed by Gov Beckham to try the case and he decided that Judge Adams had been fairly elected but that the Legislature had stricken Magofiin county from the district and that ho was there fore legislated out of office an could not hold it and declared the office vacant Judge Adams believing that the Legislature had no such power declined to sub mit to this judgment and was forced to copy what WAS perhaps the largest record that over went up from the Leo circuit court tenable o him to take the case to the Court of Appeals and during the pendency of the appeal lIon James K Roberts who was Judge Adams opponent was appointed Commonwealths Attorney pro tern The case was bitterly fought in the Court of Appeals and every motion was made that could be made to delay the trial of the case but on a final hearing the Court of Appeals which was then Democratic five to two decided that Judge Adams had been fairly and legally elected and that he could not be deprived of the office by legislative enactment and that the Legislature could not in that way thwart the will of tho people expressed at the polls A petition for a rehearing was filed which causedmore delay and ho did not enter upon the duties of his office I until May 1905 which was almost I two years after his nomination No Commonwealths Attorney situationlorI Adams at this particular tlmeI beertinI V i I p ENGLANDSAYS NO ALUM I INFOODa I prohibitsthe baking powder So does France I So does Germany The sale of alum Foodsihas been made illegal in Washington and the District of Colum tic and alum baking powders are everywhere recognizedas l4 IDJunoUSTo protect y0urscf against alum L when ordering baking powder SIIJI painl 4V I ROYAL and be very sure you get Royal GrapeCreamsameness of the food public gaze He has fought crime in all of its hideous phases with all the power strcngh and zealof his manhood and his efforts Have produced a wholesome effect on the moral sentiments of the entire community He has prosecuted friEnd and foe alike and has done alall in his power to suppress the ii legalsolo of liquor and to peace and good order throughout the district He is heartily in fnrpr of temperance and has al ways been found on the riglpt sid and fighting for the preservation of the home thjvnrptection of th voting men ortho country and the happiness and prosperity of the peopled He has been overwhelmed with the most arduous duties every day since ho has been in office being invplvod in somo of the most sen satipnal prosecutions that have at- tractedthgattenton of the public in this State for ninny years How faithfully and earnestly ho has discharged his duties in this re spoct tile country knows Ho lias done Ids duty as ho saw it and ho never failed to see it Jutjgc Adams had servedonly two years and nine months when I Via scythe of timp cut the brittle j thread of life and Judge Riddel I who had for so mangy years graced the circuit court bench was called to his last reward from labor to refreshment Judge lliddell and Judge Adams were not of the Isnmopoliticalaith but their personal and official relations and associations were always the most pleasant and agreeable Judge Itiddclla death having caused ti vacancy in the office of Circuit Judge the Governor recognizing in J dgo Adams a man of ability and firmness of character ap pointed him to fill tho vacancy This promotion had been well earned tins was richly deserved and he fully demonstrated his ability during the term of the Breathitt circuit spurt which closed Jast week lIe organized the court wlthlUt11 hitch and with the skill of an old time judge His instructions to the r nd jury were in many respects departure from the usual instructions to grand juries and sounded the key note for a better sentiment and u happier and spore prosperous pco pie in Old Brcathitt The terra was one of the most successful that his ever been held in Brcathitt county for many years and the dockets will soon be cleared up and the people can return to their pursuits ndseo their beloved county prosper under the reign of law Judge Adams has playeda hnz ardous game and proved himself equal to the occasion He was true to tho trust and has shown standardIRopd until tho November election A POWDER BAKING I and ho is now presented to his party as n candidate for the last year of the term Who can doubt that his political and officialcourse has done much to redeem tho dis t rict and especially Brcathitt coun ty He was the first man to win a victory over organized tyranny andoppression in Breathitt coup ty Ho was tho first man to re standthe did it in a kindly manly way perIRobertsl t r majority counted against Judgo Adam in Breathitt county for Commonwealths Attorney was nearly 800 votes ahd the first elec tion after he was sworn in as Com monwealths Attorney fho county gore to tho Republican ticket ma jorities ranging from 500 to 700 thus making a change of 1200 to 1500 votesI per formed an important part In re storing peace and harmony to aVstormswept country and in estab fishing a feeling of contentment and universal brotherhood among the people + Jude Adams is a member of the Presbyterian churchand of the Masonic Order Independ ent Order Odd Fellows Junior Order United American Mechanics and Red Men and has always been on the firing lino in the Republica-n ranks Judge Adams has al ways labored faithfully and ear 1 nestle to roll back tho clouds of discordand strife and to lot theV sunshine of pcaeo and prosperity pour in on a united people walking hand in hand in good fellow ship and brotherly love Ills political course and official recordare now before the people for approval or condemnation Horn Acquitted Frank Horn Deputy United States Marshal who killed Irvine Short an allowed moonshiner in Knott county in June 1905 was acquitted in the Federal Court at Frankfort last Friday The de tense feeling that the prosecution hud failed to make a strong case took only the testimony of the defendant Horn said that ho went to Shorts place to arrest him forrmoonshining and Short started to run to the house Ho said ho be lieved that Short was running to the house to get arms to kill him and fired intending merely to cripple Short but the wound proved fatalMrs Bottle Risnor of Magofiin county the only woman shiner at this Court was dismissed and permitted to return to her babies A C Hudson is erecting a new dwelling house on the lot he ref cently purchased on east Mum s street V- Vr 4 r JI roII 5A r The Breathitt News Ii SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE I WISE HAGINS EDITOR s I A H PATTON i ATTORNEY AT LAW I t rP w OFFICE IN CRAWFORD BIDO 3 fL JACKSON KY 8 rdr FRIDAY MARCH 20 T Notice to Candidatest Announcements of candidatos 1 for oflicO will be clunked for ns i follows 1 1V a District Office 1000 iKora County Oilico 500 Except 1 complimentary notice IiI given each candidato nt the time ho announces nil communications bochnlgedtrauntcutions will bo treated as fotr e responsibilityi all orders i for suchIadvertising ANNOUNCEMENTS i TOIL CIRCUIT JUDGEr t We are authorized to announce v JW1E G W GOUKLEV I Of Keattyvilie Kas a candidate 23ljbdicialtion of the Republican party Wo are authorized to announce CfofJar circuit judge of this the 23d j elionCOMMONWEALTHS ATTY v Wo are authorized to announce 1 A H STAMPED I ipf Campton as 11 candidate for r Commonwealths Attorney of 1 iho 23d judicial district subjc to the action of tho Democratic party Election Nov 3 100SpI hereby announce n can didato for the office of Common monwealths Attorney of the 23d judicial district composed of the counties of Breuthitt Wolfe Lee and Estill subject to the action the Republican party Isolicit the support of all good citizens re uffiliRtionstii We uQnuthOKizoo to announc- eT l TJHUnS11 Of Breathitt county as a cnndi date for Commonwealths Attor districtRepublican partynWo are authorized to announce KELLVKAS1I fotCommonwealthAttornoy trict subject to the motion of the Republican party EOlf coax T QLERK I take this moans of announc lug myselfas n candidate for County Court Clerk of Hrcathitt County subject to the action of the Democratic party If elected I shall regardless of party allilin lions be your most obedient ser rant ALFKKD RUSSELL To the Voters of Breathitt Co I am a candidate for tho ofl of County Court Clerk to be vote for nt the November election 1909 GKO W NOBLE w Anarchy under the more or less euphemistic name of Ni ht Riders continues to assort its presence in f Kentucky No matter what the causes leading unto the revolt of tobacco growers were no possib Ie good can ever come from dofian of law and order It looks as drastic action to stamp out so to- lignanta n form of disrespect flaw can not ba taken too soon The town of Hindman twjthI population of less than onethird of that of Jackson and fprtyI miles from a railroad has a first class electric light plant and the streets business houses midros i donees are lighted Hindman is considering street paving Jackt son is located on a railroad and for some reason is unable to get the light plant operated or the sidewalks kept in repair or the mud carted off of the mncada mixed streets Business OPPOlt nitiaa here are 75 per cent better than at Hindman yet Hindmnn is ahead of Jackson in some respects Mrs Bottle Mason of Beren r has accepted position as trimmer inMsi Abbie Baileys millinery l store J RBlako will have a now ad I next week j I y 1 Successful Convention The Breathitt Sunday I highlyII Jhristiim church in Jackson on last Saturdayand Sunday Dele alas and visitors from every Sunday school of all donoiuinn lions in the county were invited and n large attendance was the ro suit Ho principal spoRker State Field Worker NY JVnlghan was full of excellent ideas on tho workand illustrated one of his talks with stereopticon vistas llm president of tho associa lion Rev G Drushal Ph It of the Riverside Institute Lost Creok fulfilled his duties as chair man without a hitch plying life and go to every session Tho new oilicors elected are as foliowa President Rev G E Drushal Vice President Roe C hf Summers Secretary and Treas urer 11 II Gibson ncltaon Su narinteadent Education Miss Mary Lewis Superintendent Vis itation Peat Combs Stiporin tendaut Organization novo P DerthickSrfperintendent Ehuneu lary G mde Mrs G W Fleonor Supt Intermediate Grade Dr C 15 Uickson Superintendent t Adult Grads W W McGuire These officers through the district oilicors of Frozen Jackson and Lost Creek districts will at once to in ulosp loud with eachsehoolJn tho county 0 possibleip the State of Kentucky II II jjnsox Cor Sec =annel City Beginners A gay crowdof about 85 ladle tool gentlemen oscortud by Ev BackIlnd AJp Snnwden upon n special train Eton Oannel City Wednesday ttlgh and enjoyed themselves at th thoyleftpie in Juckjon were out to wel come them but as tjs rjuk was puoPlcte the beginners who aro pre- aring for the opening of the it that place next month no one but tho visitors was allowed to skate Wo BIU glad iQ Lace these itsne tGods Mere Pleasure EDITOR NEWS There is nothing that l cop s wicked men at any one moment plensuofof re plcasurtc by no obligation hindered by no man nor of difficulty any more than i- othing f else but Gods mere will had in the least degree or in pay respect whatsoever tiny hand in the preservation of wicked momentslint the foolish children of men miserable delude themselves in their own schemes and in coal seats in their own strength and wisdom they trust to nothing but ii shadow The great part of those who heretofore have lived under the same means of grace and are now dead are undoubtedly gone to hell and it was not because they were not as wise as those who fro now alive it was not because mattersd as secure it own escape If we couldcome to speak with them and inquire of them one by one whether they expected when alive and when they used to hear abouthell every to bo the subjects of that misery Wo doubtless should hear one and another reply No I saver in cetended to come here I had nr ifranged matters otherwise in my mind I tlTought I should contrive inory scheme good I intended to take effectual care but it torso upon unexpectedly Ididnot lopi for it that time find in that roan nett it came as a thief Death outwitted me Gods wrath was too quick for me 0 my cursed fool ishness I was Haltering myself tad uleasing myself with Vnin dreams of what I would do here utter and when I was saying and safety then sudden destruc tion coma upon me Therefore let every one that is out of Christ now awake and flee TIue wrath of Almighty God is pow undoubtedly hanging over every unregencrated sinner Let every ono llec out of Sodom Haste and escape for your lives look not behind you escape to the mountain lest you will be consumed HAVDEN SIZEMOHE Hours 0 Hurst went to pIt Sterling Monday c Excursionr J T- OCannelCity 1 On account of tho meeting of the Jr 0 U A Mat Cannel City on- SUNDAY MARCH 29 Tho b K Railway will sell roundtrip tickets at tho rsto of one fare for the round trip Tick onlySpecialSunday morning March 29 about 000 oclock Returning will leave Cannel City nt 100 p m M L COXLEY General Manager Eggs For Hatching From purebred Rhode Island Red and Single Comb Brown Leg horn chickens Also n few lint cockernls for sale Prices reason JacksonrMrs Manda Cunditf of Wars Creek was the guest of her Mrs Win p B ck Saturday and Sunday Jetts Creek attholewill bo preaching nt the schoolhouse at the mouth of Jetts creel the first Sunday in April Everybody invited Frank Bryant who ling been here for some time has returned to his homo on Bry ants crcekrlnco McIntosh at tended tho lodge on Bear creel Monday nightMr and Mrs ticeMrs W M Bryant Saturday and Sunday Dora Short who has bpen attending school at Buck horn for the pas three months has returned homo MUs Mar t Mcjntosh visited her sister Mrs Martha Combs at Tprry Friday Pearl Johnson of Cow creel and Henly Johnson of Lick branch visited their father Jame Johnson of Bryants creek Sun doI rBprn to L M Wise and wife n fine boy William Robert f Willie Miller oDd Augustus Thye of Tallega are working at Pole o VJr Wise and Abraham Johrisbn visited1 Jbpir jictcr Mrs Martha f McIntosh Sunday Among those who visited L M Wise arid wjfe Sunday were Mrs Martha Mc ntosh Misses Ellen Wise Prudift Allen Mattio Evans nnd G B WooJs Wilson Gab bard Willie Allen and Anderson Johnson All enjoyed a sumptu our dinner War Creek airs W P CundiU was visit ing nt Wash Grays last Sunday Mrs Mnpgifl Wells was visiting her mother Nannie Cundiif In SundnyJnmes Miller has r turned from a trip downtherrrc Steve CundilF went to Hind man on business stcekSam Miller was visiting on Mill creek lust Sundnyliiss Nannie Turner was visiting her mother lust Thursday There was not a very large attendance at church at Mahal Wolls Sunday night Among those presentwarp Misses Sallio CundilF and May Duncil Jackson Johnson nnd Miller Pel fry IUOSI AXOTIIEIt COllKESlONDKST Roland Mclntosh has pneumon tat orllarsh Gray is clearing ground for Dan Cundif15n Gross has a very sick boy r1 ner Gross and wife visited D Pclfry and family a few days ago Wilson Trent is improving from his spelj of sickness Sum Miller made a trip to Monica Su urdnyEsq J C Terry hr moved to Hock Lickliario Foulest and wife visited Marion Lawson and wife Sunday Pel fry has returned from n the riverJimmte Miller visited coItev J W Burton Sunday J G Shackelford who has been sick is improving I3 Mort and W L Polfry went to Froze- Creek Saturdrryllorton lIntosh and wife were visiting Julius Johnson and wife Saturday Jnmesrentisbmldtngnne house and will move to it sop Miller brothers aro plowing for corn Jj 9wards Creek Mrs John Clay Is on tho sick1 list Albert Gambcll was trans acting business in Jackson Satur = It day D1 Strong was in Jack son laying in his sprint floods Levi CoP lord n owe that brought him four nice lambs and nllof them aro living Ike Fugate came homo Thursday from Jack son where he has been for tho last three weeks on the petit jury Wiley Anderson was in Jackson from Wednesday till Saturday Inst wcekThcro was n largo crowd out tb Sunday school nt Sulphur Gap Sunday to meet n now teacher Sherman Combs Will Day teas calling on his par eats Mr and MM Marion Day from Saturday till Sunda- yCrockcttsville The health of the people in general is not goodl1tsllilda Sawyers wife of James Sawyers who is iu Jnil nt Jncksoni charged with killing Jack Barger is very ill with lung trouble and her re corm is doubtfulIho infant son of John Aiktnan who was ihot some three weeks ago by Gilbert Harris is getting well Chris Fox and Andrew Vires the guests of John B Lover s ltn a Uncle John B Lewis and wife were called to visit their daughter Mrs I len Riley at Uuckhorn Saturday On their arrival they were pleased to find her considerably improved The square timber irn that Ira s been operating near tho moutlf of Squabble creek Perry county is now operntlng on Miller branch near Crockettsville which will help the panic stricken citizens of that neighborhood John Aik man thccgrIlelitcr has returned row Owsloy where ho has been far some timo putting the finish ing touches on Clinton Halls Jwelling that ho has recently erected on C0ff rself flons live The Brcathilt County News to advocate the time honored prin ciples that are worthy to be rcn oy the citizens of Breathitt county that will prop to bp elifyng to n system of bettor morals anti law abiding prjnpiplpa Simpson E C KaMi made a business trip to Holly last week Sam e1 vast jf SalyenvillpJ yisitctl Iiur Hampton from Saturday until 1lortday4tjlur Kilburn of Cnnnci Cityaisited ltis brotlcr- nln ti lobor Turner Sunday Chas Sweeneyof Stlllwnter was on this sills Monday in view of buying out Ilnrlun Willson Hurst Hampton returnpd to Hazel Green Academy Monday after n weeks visit to his mothers 1 B Tumblin was In Cannel Ci Monday on business Bob Bo erts little daughter who was ycr sick lust week is iII Pl3 improv- elrs J M I3eatty of Paxton has been visiting her cousin Mrs Dulcena Hampton the pts week stDr Tutt passed through this foleks llrrDorn Mutton has been very sic the put few duys out is some better Clcnioiis Wile demons who went Oklahoma last August has re turned He says that is a li country but nothing like Ile tucky vhich vigils him best II C demons Jjas shipped jOg fur hides and has fa more for another ihipment Acpordinp to the as pnblihrned e s pastures are very scarce as onl about three acres of meadow fur faroBis r n county report C o shows that about one tenth of iho land is planted in cornllCl- emons C has two peculiar hen inchus tlnt u measures pne Wu 11Ds J Strong has moved to Arkan sas where he will make his tutu homeRev iDaniol Mclntosh tlisw past it tticII gtva stren to us another eight years liLtnlc jna6ap August Harrison demons who hurt his leg while logging for Blanton Bros is some better I Elihue demons has Rhos that weighs about 350 pounds for sale Elihue demons killed a hog a fogy days ago tlrt nelred 440 1- F bsr L rL Save This Anyway Hero is u simple homemade mixture ns given by nn eminent authority on Kidney diseases who makcS tho statement in a New York daily newspaper that it will relieve almost any cuss of Kidney trouble if tIn before the stage of Brights disease Ho states that such symptoms as lame back pniu iti the side frcquept desire to urimito especinllnt night painful and discloorcd urination aro readily ovei couc Hero is the recipe try it Fluid Jtlxtract Dandelion one halt prince Compound Kargon I one ounce Compound Syrup Snr saparilla three ounces Take tcaspoonful after each meal and at bedtime A wellknown druggist here in town is authority that these gradients nro all harmless nn easily mixed at home by shaking well in a bottle This mixture has n peculiar healing and soothing effect upon the entire Kidney and Urinary structure and often over courts the worst forms of Rheuma tism in just n little while 1Ui mixture is said to renters all disorders and cure the Itheuma tism by forcing the Kidneys to filter iHidstrnin from tho blood and system all uric acid and foul decomposed waste matter which cu es these afflictions Try it i you arent well SIC tho pre scription WOLVIS COUNTY Campton ictttyvinot his candidacy for Commonwealths AttoriiuyGorscy Ilorton and movCl week from the residence of Ben Gosney on east ofltnstreet Rev Pollit met withr ncddellt Carroll Monday morning Jly pnetnOlltf jointMiss heruduring irriday farmsl1 HaunahMoorortlid tree buried Saturday She infirmtatnjor Ijas bt1n confined to lei room with illness for the pate DrDreekaccidentally discharge a pistol into ono of his fu6Tore SunJn Tho hotrovorb tinydAunt JJzzlo Chambers from hero attended her hurial qn Still + ruter andKellybeen visiting their fati r and mother nt place for a tau Lenkt this weekE T Rose was last week a lfoiu ted Master Coinniis aioner of the Wqlfp Ciromt Court by Judge Adorns to fill thp va trouttprotracted meeting at the Metho progr03sTheroconversions and sanctifications sjopp thy mottling began 1SPIIL CQUNl- tIrvinc County court convened nt Ir ofdattpndanpo Juttat Gourley and shakingrwith them to vela for Ihem Esc t of them claims ho is the ono that cswill make tho bust jadbu0uryoung farmer and General ofyeashJ N Snowdon spout tho day with David Powell nod fain piareweuk lie uxpects to be the ono to have the Just vegetables but the frost may got them Wo lied a nice tide ut lrviuu which hqs brqugjt many hqusand feet eipeninotuneut0 nro stto see him out onto more looking- so wullJ N Snowden re turned home from Powell county where ho spent a week with his sick parents INewton Arrowood of Canoe was hpro on business Mondnj I y SET READY FOR EASTER fyllltlla ble wearing apparel is needed sdsalttfor we can save you many dollars Bxamino our stock of spring flail summer suits get our prices and then compare Yt If offered bothers We can bliow you ar v complete stock in hats shoes and gents IfUllllS I lI11gStMany Ladies Prefer to Have Their Garments Made to Suit Their Own Ideas Different From Others We show a big assortment of SPRING DRESS GOODS Our collection of dress goods silks1 laces I IellIbroiderie8 trimmings linings and novelties is unquestionably the largestt most complete and best selected in Jack son Our prices are the lowest in the business hr r J SPRING AND SUMMER SHOES Ladles and Gentlemen your spring heutyou are ready Tho snappiest and smart est In town in all the popular leathers Finest FurnitureStock in Eastern Kentucky A stook from which you can select and be sure of high quality r and the prices are no higher than for inferior kind GARDEN SEED We handle old reliable seeds that never fail to grow We are ready to take care of the largest and smallest ptanisrt COUNTRY PRODUCE WANTED We will pay the highest price for chickens eggs furs feathers green and dry beef hides 1 1 7 DAY BROSCOWhol- esale and Retail Merchandise JACKSON I KENTUCKY J The Breathitt News- J WISE HAG INS EDITOU CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAR rubllMlicd Every Friday uq F52525C52S2S rnU 1M PHYSICIAN AND SUUOBON Cf Office und ltes Phone 50 I1JACKSON KYrnSZ S2S2252J IDu MJ C II AII1UHSTI J1tCII crc rs Du II P DUFF e PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON F r BLoST CKRBK KY g sent to E P Landrums store answered p crtcta cciu JIIIIIm1MJ111111111i111111111IIIUIHtIIII111H11ff g MARTIN T KELLY 5 LAWa = OFFICIO IX ILUKST IJLG = = 1 JACKSON KY- MiNimimuiiKiiiminiiumiiiiiiiiJiiiiiii Radishes at Thos E Marcums Read Dny Brothers now ad in this issue Next Monday is county court dny here S II Hurst of PcartrcOf wiu hero on business Tuesday Thos E Marcum has a now ad in this paper this week T B Cnlhoun of Stevenson was here en business Tuesday Sam Hnddix of Klkatawa will move next week to Estill county James Arnold of Primrose is visiting his son Dr A Mr Arnold Eustcr Isaacs have received full lino of mens and boys clothes Mr Frank Atchison of Lex in ton was visiting friends he- nthtseck I I Mrs Julia Hays who hay been rquitesick for some time is improving Elhanan Miller of Fincastlo washer the first of the wool buying cattle J K lllako left Monday for Cincinnati and Louisville to buy a new stock of spring goods Hiram D Rack was hero Mon day after a boat lond of Roods for his store nt Stevenson Dont buy your spring hat until you have seen my line Miss AUIIIK BAILEYS E Patton has purchased lot of S S Taulbee on the heights and is preparing to build n rest dence thereon Miss Nancy Spencer of Oak dale who has been visiting the family of G W Sowcll returned home Monday Thomas L Sowcll loft Tuesday for Hot Springs where he will Uko treatment for nervousness and rheumatism J P Lyon the insurance agent of Hcattyvillc was hero Tuesday Ho gave us an ad which appears in another column Henry S Barnett foreman of The News has rented M C Baileys I house on east Main Street and will tike possession next week t 1 Wm D Buck attended court at Hazard the first of the week in tho case of the Commonwealth vs W IL Day charged with obtaining Ione under filao pretenses luster Isaacs have received full line of tho James Means shoes and slippers and also a full line of tho Commonwealth shoes and slip porn for spring and summer J M Hartley of Fairmont W Va and W K Cassidy of Lex jngton president and treasurer of the Imperial Coal Co were hero during the week looking after the interests of their company The Republican committeo of this judicial district will meet at Bcattyville next Wednesday to determine tho timo and manner of 1selecting a Republican candidate for Circuit Judge to bp voted for at tho next November election Judges Gourley and Adams arc tUQ ugly ann9unc d candidates r- i l This Edition Is 5400 Wo print 5400 copies of Tin Nows this week which wo believe is tho largest edition over gotten out by any paper in this section Walter Day Convicted Walter It Day was convicted in tho Perry circuit court of forging his undo Floyd Days name to a note and securing money from tho Hazard Bank and sentenced to the penitentiary for ono year Green onions at Tlos E Mar cums Everybody Is most cordially invited to como and see my beautiful line of dry goods and millinery now on display corner Main and Broadway I have the most exquisite stock I have ever carried Come and see and get convinced quick You are suro to bo pleased ABBIK BAILEY Kalo at Tlios E Marcums d 0 0 ww i J t i r t i s Jn t f it i- ai at 0 Mrs Joscphinp Poyntcr died tho home Mrs W II George in Cincinnati last was the of Miss Mctta Poynlcr who here for years 1 H McLin left Monday for to look niter his inter there as an applicant for a position on the Boardof Control as created bun act last week Tho County Unit Bill was feated by the Senate Monday by the Senators refusing to call the from tho Committee by a vote of 1C 13 Miss Mollie Fields has returned j from tho city where sho bouehta nice lino I will open Stidham Broadway and College avenue Sho employed a trimmer and will ready 21 Rev Alox Beat villo hero ant service tho rtak Case Continued- On tho motion of Colonel John ilt Allen attorney for the heirs tho late Cox of Jackson trial of tho suit against James Hnrgis Alex Hariris and others for 50000 damages for tho death of Cox was passed in tho cuit Court Lexington lust Fri day until May Since the tragic death of lances Harris it becomes necessary to amend the petition to bring tho action against the of James Ilargis Alex liar gis and others The at the Christian next Sunday morning will upon Tho Tenderness of Gods Providence night the ject will Spiritual Insensibility Evening service begins at 715 oclock Everybody invited Our new story begins this week Read the first chapter and you will want to rend it through It will continue for several weeks a a d d att tT THEEiF q- a2L4r1a LYON M G- OINSURANCEf m i REAL ESTATE io1 STOCKS AND BONDS LOANS NEGOTIATED AGENCIES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL TOWNS l atIN EASTERN t0 Want Live Energetic Men to Represent Us m Unoccupied Territory Address All Communications to the Com or pany Beattyville Kentucky QGGG G Goo e QQ nt of her daughter week She mother lived sevcril Frankfort ests of tho Legislature de bill to goods sho the corner has her customers old the Cir estate sermon church sub Illiss Emma is very improved She is able walk around and visit her hors Sho visiting Mrs Min orvu L Ilngins a companion affliction on the heights Monday Mrs Peggy Minix who was tho hospital last week with a broken leg had it cut off tho knee last Thursday a week ago She doing well could expected will begin teaching music April 1 All who interested will ploase call and S D Flcenqra jewelry store Mns L WOODWARD The Cheapest is not Always the Best Butthe Best is ALWAYS The Cheapest- When You Want J I THE BEST GROCERIES a r PHONE 68 THOS E MARCUM J of millinery which up at building firstclass be to accommodate Saturday March Patterson of I ty was Wednesday night l at A + of Dr Dr at so as be At be e Crawford to I neigh was in taken to below is as as bo I are see mo at Miss Florence Strong of Athol spent Sunday afternoon with her friend Miss Rose Fulks of Bear creek Miss Lilly Johnson of Monica who has been visiting her sister Mrs W L Eversole accompanied by Miss Mary Stidham made a pleasant visit to her home from Friday till Monday A now tine of novoltleaat Miss Abjiie tntiJ J j w ww ww mr THISl1IJ R BLAKEIiq I 1 WHOt IIS IN THE CITIES r THIS WEEK i 1 BuyingGoods h I He takes great pleasure in assuring one n t I and all that his store will bem l 1 4 Loaded With Bargains j 1 u AT ONCE I Hilts WANTED FURS Q t Want especially Mink Skunk Raccoon Fox Opossum and Muskrats Ship your produce to us f HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAIDf- or lHides Wool Tallow Old and Now Feathers Beeswax Dried Fruit Medicinal Roots Ginseng and Horse Hides We are Dealers and Exporters s No Commission Charged and Prompt Returns Agents for largest tanners Established 1808sReference any bank or merchant in Louisville Shipping tags and prices on application Try us with a shipment i ISAAC ROSENBAUM SONS 321323 East Market Street LOUISVILLE KY The Masquerade- The masquerade carnival at the rink Thursday night was a success in every particular Many peo pIe both ladies and gentlemen I were dressed for the occasion andI it was a beautiful eight as well a lot of fun to see Those who OypsylQueen taro Lassie and Gertrude Patrick as an Old Widow The gentle men who won prizes lwere first prize Archie Copo as a tramp second prize Marion Green us Uncle tsm prize Harrison Jett as the devil Tho judges wore Senator II IL Smith lliudman T F Taylor Cleveland Ohio S L Bowling Hazard Mrs N J Mooro and Mrs O II Pollard JacksonExtra AttractionT- he management of tho rink has engaged Prof Wort of New York tho worlds best skater and who has skated for crowned heads of Europe to give an exhibition hero April 23 and 21 Tomatoes utThos EMarcums- NOTICE We the undersigned Committee appointed by tho Board of Trus tees of the town of Jackson Ken tucky to advertise and receive bids for tho sale of an electric franchise for a term of 20 years giving to the successful applicant the right and privilege to use and occupy the streets alleys and highways of said town for said purpose in accordance withat ordinance introduced at the last meeting of said Board which is now on tile with M S Crain Clerk of said Board and is sub jest to inspection by any porsoi interested or desirous of examin ing same We will therefore receive sealed bids for said franchise up to and including Tuesday March 31st 1908 and said franchise will be awarded to the highest and best bidder The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids This March 16th1908M CRAIN A II PATTON Committeo FARM FOR SALE 225 acres 75 level that will raise anything 50 acres upland rolling and the most of it fresh 75 acres covered with tho finest oi white oak and poplar timber alsc has plenty of both kinds of coal This land is located in Morgan county West Liberty Ky one mile from countyseat Good college public school churches I am not able to run as largo e farm M this Will sell for a bar Sin Write me at West Liberty I icyi Mrs W FINeat 1821 I i t GOOD ROAD TO LEXINGTON I The L E road comes closest to our store Decidedly the best place for Diamonds I 1 Watches Clocks JewelrySilverware i Cut Glass Opticial Goods HEINTZJEWELER OPPOSITE THE PHOENIX LEX NGTON KY K T ROSE S a SAMPLE ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and Councelors at Law I CAM lTON KY This firm will practice in all the courts of Wolfe and adjacent coun ties Special attention to Corpo ration Law and Real Estate Litigation Ofliccs Second Floor Farmers S Traders Bank FOR SALE House and lot on Elm street known as tho John D Strong house at a bargain Onehalf cash balance in twelve mtnhs For further particulars call at limo officeLAND FOR RENT Thirtyfive acres for corn land seven acres of timothy meadow on the shares house of 3 rooms stable and corn crib well of good water at door Want a good man who wants something for himself Dont want one who de pends on public work Want ono with stock for the work L PARROTT Robbins Ky D L ALLEN JEWELERM- AIN ST OPP POSTOFF1C13 Has for sale a nico lino of WATCHES EMBLEM PINS EYE GLASSES SPECTACLES and nil kinds of Jortelry REPAIRING A SPECIALTY Prices Reasonable Please call and examine 51ly k fI r 00fion Co I This is the Question Whether it is better to keep your money in a drawer or safe and dole it out in payments of accounts and bills or to bank it and pay by check There can be but one answer to this bank it and check it out I OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH USIIt will systematize your affairs teach you bring you into contact with tho best people of tho Three Per Cent Interest Paid on Time andISavings Deposits JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK I JACKSON KENTUCKY Lsea e w rrr s sr 1O i9tia1QFr 0 m You Will Get All Thats t Coming to Y oufit9i 0 W- tr F kgTHEREFIn our method of business for every dollar m you pay us you got one hundred cents value in return 0wi I We Believe in Square Treatment 0 1 Iw Iiw Your moneys worth all the time We might iN Q use up a page of space talking about our goods 0 t then you wouldnt know how good they are 9 COME TO OUR STORE1 8 I PSoyou can see for yourselfthats the surest way 9- i 1m 09 9 I Crawford Co 0 8 0 m 1mJACKSON KENTUCKY 9m G 0001000900000900Qi00s000O j 1 MIXED I e PAINTS wiic guaranteepi i NEa- Will Jid2 lfJ 1 1 W goner more space last jlonger and look better than any other paint made Callwand see color cards and get 1 t prices If0G IIt Jackson Drug Co 1 1 c ec 7 eEE eEEEEe REMOVAL II have moved to McCausoy near Campton Junction where I will continue my business of mak tog MonumentsAND Any ono wanting anything in my lino will please writ me at McCormick Ky Iwill make monthly visits to Jackson and hope all my friends will save their orders for me LM1SRELY TREES f Fruit and Ornamental Everything for Orchard Lawn StrawberryPlants for free catalogues We have no agentsH Hillenmeyer Sous I Lexington Ky FOR SALE I TOWN LOTS Address S S Taulbee t r 1 Jackson Ky a i ioJ l 1oi oL + LI I I MRhPRATT IiTaLe of tll Cape FUbr Folk 1CodI By Joseph GLincoln i AtabcrqP J Copn Er arsnsrj of the Tid Etc Illtutrtllou by T D HeMll Lii u PI nail IPQ 1110 Huron a umD7I CHAPTER I I The Matters 4I beard about tho pair flrst from fcmellne Eldredge Emmie T wo al ways call ber She was first mate to the cook at the Old Summer Home I house that summer She come down to the landing one morning ufore breakfast and hove alongside of where f I was setting In the stern of my sloop flab linesthe Dora Uassett untangling a tin pall In her fist Indicat tIqJ go after milk But she saw me run floWn in ballast to swap yams My sakes I Mr Pratt says she H have you heard about Nato Scudder yas 1 says Erer slooa 1 come to Wsfomouth I mean about what hIm and his I wife has Just done says she Its 1thequeoreat thing Youll nOer guess been giving his mower to the iAlnt heY says I for generally It takes a strong man and a cold chisel to separate Nate Scudder a cent 4from aInt you the funniest thing the squeals No Indeed I Hes let his kouse to some city folks and Ant that the cook cajllng you 1Iasks Im a homeopth whoa comes Emmie T I like to take her I- nj small dOle s eho agrees with me bet ter that way It waa the cook and Bmellne kited f el after the milk only stopping long eMI to yell back Folks say jtredreadful rich and stylish Ill j next time I see you j Well I calIatod she wouldnt not 4IfI saw her flxstnnd didnt pay no more attention to the yarn except to thfcak that June was pretty early for eltf folks to be renting houses There wu oly three or four boarders at tuo e 014 Home so tar and I was to take a eouple of em over to Trumet In the sloop that very day But while we was on the way over eM of the couple sort of a high toned edition of Emmie T she was ehe turn to her messmate another puUat from the same coop and says j sb Oh say she says Have you hoard about the two young fellers I from New York whove rented that ftlledi house on thon thewhat call 1M Oh yesI the Week road I heard Nettle Drown say they ta doar for anything Lets put there tomorrow shall weY ijwSo eco It was agala and I begun wonder what sort of orltters Nate ookod I Judged that they must r bea kind of goldfish or he wouldnt have batted for em Nate aint the man to bo satisfied with a mess of 4 culplns I landed the boarders at Trumet i and they went up to the village to do some shopping Then I headed across the harbor to shake bands with the Trumet llcht keeper who Is a friend of Kin ILLs wife told me hed hone I over W town too so I some about and Jiok te tie landing again And Im bleaMi It there want Nate Scudder btaiMlf wtllng on a mackerel keg at tM M4 of tb wharf and looking wor nee I hadnt hoisted the jib an the way own and BOTT I let the mainsail drop and went forward Reno Nate I hailed as the Dora Baiaett slid up to the wharf t He kind of Jumped and looked at me as If hed Just weke up Hello SoIl ha says sert of mourn ful Then he turned kls eyes toward j the bay agala and appeared to be Starting In cnanothor nap Rear yon got some boarders over 1toyear home I says heaving him a u a hint for him to come out ofI his traace and make me fast t Yo says he paying no attention to the liRe Gome early la the oason aint fh4fsa1 1 grahblag hold of one of the wfaaTt gpUea sad bringing my boat 1akiaMe eM I oould cars lie again Then he 4fetcked a tons breath aad opened his mouth as If he was going to go on t But hi dldataU that comes out of tbo not afor It shut uo was an other Teat I made Ue Dot Bas4 U fast myself and climbed en to tM wharf Are they camttig ta stay long I MB Hed get latwe ted SWilled to hay the yea disease bad Ref ays taQIarTellI was a UttU nilt provoked Not I waa haakerlag to have Nato 1a tJYe his arus around my I aeck and ell na hi loved me but I didnt know amy reasaa why my pumps hould suck dry every time I tried eraRiirniaii I gruuted starUag to I walk btt Well be careful of your sell look out It doat develop Into nothing worse What dorpu mean Y ha sings out Boxing waked up for good at last Ok14 says IiiI Judged by the way rOil kept your mouth shut that you lad sore throat and was afraid of potting cold Good day Would you believe It ho got up off that mackerel keg and chased after too Hold on Bol he says kind of pleading Dont be in sueta youI it hreSt says I I kind of sug that you didand from ILchatty remarks It youd yes nino or ten times more have bean sure f If t t I I Well I did ho says I wanted to ask youI thought Id see what you ihoucht you scc Hero he kind of faded away gain and stood still and wiped is forehead Look here Nate Scudder I says fot a man that wants to talk you make the poorest lIst at It of anybody I ever I see Why Oont you try singing or making signs 1 I wouldnt wonder It you got ahead faster He grinned a locble sort Of lop- sIded grin and tried another tack You were speaking ot them board ors of mine ho says Yes I was 1 says They como day aforo yesterday early say he bUmhIum So I heard I says Ho fidgeted a minute or so more Then he took me by the arm and led mo back to the keg Sol ho says set down I want to ask you something Dy gum I I got to ask somebody ImIm worried Yes I said giving him a little of his own medicine Yes Them boarders they worry me Me and Huldy set up till nigh 11 oclock last night talking about em She thinks maybe they stole th9 money and I dont know but theyre crazy ran away from an asylum or something Youve Been more city folks than I have being around the hotel 10 Soc what you think Twas Mi way ho wont on i got a letter from tho feller In New York that I sell cranberries to Ho said a couple of friends of his wanted to como to a place In the country where was quiet Did I know of such a place round hero Well course I wrote back that twas nice and quiet right at our house Tbtr Wgflt no lie In that was there Boll No I says I should say jtwoulijnt be shaving the truth too close If youd saId there was moro quietness than anything e3 down on the Neck road VieW be goes on not noticing the sarcasm BJ wrote and never got a word back Me n4 HuJdy had given up bearing Anjthen yegt r4ar morning come of em Nleo lookln young fellers as ever you see they are dressed just like the chaps in tho clothes advertisements In the back of the magazines The big uef 0ne theyre both half as tall as that mat4 ggnms sohe tOOk up his hat and says kind 0101nd grand like a steamboat captnt Mr Scudder hb says Thats my name says I I waj kind of suspicious theres been 10 many sewingmachine agents and such fOliad town this spring And yet Id ought LQ have known he want no sowing machine agent Ah he says Yguvg been ex poctlng us then Has the luggage mmar I What la time did I know about his luggage as ho called IU 4No says I Taint I Oh well never mind ho says Just as If a ton or two of baggage didnt Perhaps Youll Like to Hire the Who Shebang Says I Sarcastic count anyway Can ouIjlv118 WO sleeping rooms two baths a setting room and a room for my man Two baths says I Cant you take a bath by yourself You seem to bu having lots of funny Jokes with mo Would you mind saying what your nainu Is and what you want 1 He looked no over sort of oddi Beg pardon ho said t thought you were expecting us Heres my card I looked at It and there was the name Pdward Van Brunt printed on it Then I begun to get my bearings as you might say Ohl I says I see So glad Im sure he says Now can you give us the sleeping rooms the baths and the room for my man T Hump says I lookln back at the house behind me If mo and Huldy bunked in tho henbouscand the chore boy In tho cellar mayo we could ac commodate you that is all but tho baths Youd havo to take turns with tho washtub for there I says Ho laughed He was go everlasting cool about things that It sort of riled mo up Perhaps youd like to hire the whole sliebangisays Isarcastic pointing to the house Ho looked at iti It looked sort of cheerful with the srinJ over the door and the morning glories hiding where the whitewash was off Good ideal hcsaysI would Well that was too many for ltd I went into the house and fetched out Huldy Ann shes my wife There aint manv women in this town can beat her when it comes to managing and business if Ido say it How long would you want the houseforP says Hnlda when I told her what was going on I A month Van Brunt turning to the other city feller Hey Martin 1 Tother chap nodded 11 All right says Van Brunt 1fowmuchlThinks Ill scare you my fine feller And so I aJSlAmonth Well I dont know I IIctI sort of edged off then thinking suro hed be mad but he want not him Two hundred it is ho says and ho fished out a little blank bookand ono of them pocket pens Names Scudder he asks I Tcs says 1 Nathan Scud der One T in Nathan S And I dont know as youll boliove it Sol says Nate finishing up but that follcr made out a check for two hundred and passed it over to me like twas a postage stamp What do you think of that I didnt know what to think ot It On general principles Id say that a man who wanted to bond with Nato and Huldy Ann Scudder was crazy anyhow but of course these fcllorj didnt know It beats me Nate I says What do you think Blessed If I know says Scudder with another of them long breaths All Im sure of Is that thuyro up homo with tho parlor blinds open and the carpet fading and me and Hultlyi living In the barn Shes doing tho cookln for cm till this man of theirs comes Land knows what kind of a man kp Is too And that check was on 4 New York bank and We just boon UP to Trumet here with It and the cashier says twill bo a week fore I know whether Its good or not And I cant mnUe out whether th jm two are thieves or lunatics or whit AOl Huldy cant neither I never was su worried In my life I kind of chuckled down Inside The Idea of anybodys skinning Nato Scud diwas the Highest to the biters be ns tIt Ot anything I ever come across And just ttw I SGO my twtJ passengers coming Well cheer up Nate I says Maybe youll get tIre reward whether its Lunatics or thieves Only you want to look out and not bg took UP for an accomplice He fairly shriveled up when I said that and I laughed to myself all the way out of Tmrnet harbor Quo thing I was sure of Them two New Yorkers must be queer birds and wanted to see em And the very next afternoon I did see em They como down the Old Home pier together walking as It they didnt care a whole continental wheth er ther orgr got Iu where or not One of em the smallest imarhiJ want moroB Six fOQt PQ9 9nd a baf looked sort of sick tP me He had q white face and that kind Of tlre dontcare look In his eye and tho bigger one sort of tended to things for himGood morning says tho big ono the Van Brunt one I judgodcheer- ful enough Tpthejr phap said Good morning too- Morning says 1 Can you take us out aailng7 WhyerI guess ioy I 14 I dont know why I cant If you feet like going Course I hadnt finished what I was going to say afore they were In tho boat Now generally speaking theres some bargaining to bo done afore you take folks out for a threedollar sail YOU naturally expect It you know not so much tram boarders as from fawners but still some But not for these two no sir It was this powerful sud denness of theirs that hit mo betwixt wind and water same as it had Nate Made me feel sort of like Id missed the train Stirred up my suspicions again too- Twas a nice day ono of them clear blue and green days that you get early In June Tho water want rugged but Just choppy enough to be pretty and tho breeze was about nirtheast gjvln us a fair run down the bay This Is grand says the big fel low as the Dora Bassoti began to feel her oats and lay down to her work Caesar Van said the other one why do you bring me down to earth like that Grand Bleecker next He hollcre4 gut this last part In a kind of srcech8iDgSong Then they both laughed 1 looked at em There want noth ing to laugh at so far as I could see and the Bleecker business didnt appear to have no sense In It either They made two or three other speeches that sounded Just as foolish Thinks I I wonder It Seudders right They didnt look like luna tics but you cant always tell Old man Ebcnezor Doano went to church of a Sunday morning Just as sensible acting as a Second Adventcr could be but when he got home he fired the beanpot at his wife chased his chil dren out dear with A clam hoe and they found him seftln1 astraddle of tlio henhouse sUiglng Betilali Lard to the chickens These fellers might be harmless loons that had been apincd put 05 you might say by the asylum folks There was that man that Nato said was coming He might bo their keeper- I understand youve got a friend coming says I by way of ground bait Friend says tho big ono Friend I dont understand Scudder said you had another man coning to his house says I He smiled Oh I see Then he smiled again a Qucer lazy kind of a smile IUo as If he was amused at him celf or his thoughts HI dont know that I should call him a friend Mr erPratt says I Solomon Pratt Thanks No I wouldnt go HO far as to call him a friend and yet hoe not an enemynot openly He smiled again and tho other chap whose name I found out was Hartley Martin Hartley smiled too lies tho man Van hero belongs to explained tho Hartley one They both smiled again- I kind of Jumped I guess when he said that It began to look as If the asylum idea was the right ono and this feller that was coming was the keeper Hum says I and nodded my head Just as if the whole business was as plain as A B C Do you belong to anybody I says to Hartley I did says he but hoi doing tnioff Doing time says I Yes iaya he explaining Wad of Impatient like Up tho river you knowI over this for a minute and nil J could think of was that the teller must bo In a clock factory or a watch makers or something Watches I asks Hartley seemed to bo tilo tired of life to want to answer but his chum did It for him No says ho I believe It was pearl studs on the showdownIWell this was anybody I didnt want to stir em up none 1vo always heard that you bad to be gonUo with lunaticsso I wont on encouraging em like Studs boy 1 says I Yes says ho Ito was a British beast and Martin was all balled up In tho street at tho time away from his apartments a good dealand the B B annexed everything In sight Go long says I for tho sake ofhsaying something Beg pardon says ho Nothing says I and tro stopped talkingThey seemed to enjoy the sail first rate and acted aa rational as could ho generally speaking They dldflt know a topping lift from n centerboard so far as boat went but that want strange Id soon plenty of boarders like that nut never dare had I seen iwo that acted or talked like them We got tack to the wharf longI aboiit dusl and I waftm with Vm H piece on their way to Xatea I was coping n sort of old bach hall Just outside the village nnd eo it want HiiUch out of my way They luvt Ilq guessing niit I wanted more time to work on thu rddo Wo cut nereis sears meadow and the frog WBIJ beginning to lluc llInd- the crickets to chirp To mo thorn early summer ncUeu are as cheerful and restful as a teakettle Singing or a rat purring But all a once Hart tn i SICK uiig 5tQijil and bild up his bandJ Heavens VnrtI he says It sounds like tIre tlekor and he said It BO prayerful and sad Van Brunt Rhook his head Dont Itlllas ho J caq liv a tbe tape rlllf nlng off that tree Qrepn Apples Pro erred 1PC bId and asK sdy Is there no nscnp T hestts- I left em on the hill by tho Baptist burying ground I watched em walk Ing down the road big and straight and handsome and I pitied em from tho bottom of my heart Sol Pratt says Ita myself bores a lesson fpr iuVo4r old ii d home ly and your 1st nothing minus a good deal divided by naught but dont you foYer complain again Srose you was goodIooUIng sari rich but out of your bead like them two poor young chaps Dear dear And I thought about cm and III tiedI cm all that evening while I was ing my herrings for supper I hopo Ill got credit soraowhorcs for all thai pCtyn =An Explanation LOST UunKK Kv 3 10 08 EUITOII Ntws I have boon urged by some of the patrons and those interested in church sclrooJrnti collges tp help such schot Is with tho public school fund nnd associate the common schools with these church schools I approve of the idea but cant see how I can do anything for them under the present school laws enclose herewith letter from the State Superintendent that I would be glad for you to publish in connection with this UENUV B XOIILB Supt FUAXKFOUT ICy 2 14 08 Henry 15 Noble Lost Creek ICy Dear Sir IJcplying to your favor of January 29 tie object you mention is a worthy one but I see no way by which legally any assistance can bo rendered any churchschool It might be possi blc that the public school authori ties could make an arrangement by which the church school might merge itself into tho publjc school ifit in now way interferes with the public school funds and faculties J G GicAiuiir Supt Terry Mrs Sim Jett of Athol was n guest of B II Herald and family the first of the week Mrs Rob ert Gabbard visited friends at Turlay Sunday Mrs Wm N Terry of Turkey was the guest of B II Herald and family Saturday Ilarlan Griffith visited Jake Terry and family Sunday Ellen Griffith who tins been at tending school at Buckhorn re timed home Friday Ruth C Terry who hits been attending school at Turkey returned homo Saturday Cripple Terry and Maggie Herald and George Griffith and Edward Terry were visit ors at Wm N Terrys Saturday and Sunday itnuk1ooihrlirlnss Vlien nttackul h1a cough or cohlor when jour throat U core It IF rank fooliiluieo to tale any other medicine tlmn Dr KIngi New Discus cry says IL 0 Elilrld e of Empire Ca 1 irave usI New Diicovrrj seven yers and I know it U tIre Leo remedy on ear tlr for coughs and cold croup and all throat and lung troub III My children are subject to croup but New DUcprerr quiCkly cures everyf tack Known the worlJi King of throat and ltingremedlei I Suld under a guarantee at Jseksonidrug store 60o antI f 100 trees LEE COUNTY Primrose irhe farmers of our S section have begun to make preparations for oat sowing Aunt Nancy Duff is still very low Mr Thomas Harper who IMS been visiting friends and relatives here loft nst week for her homo in Uov ington Hor 1 11 HicronVinus tilled his appointment at Fincnstlr last Sunday Itfmd Mrs E C Ilydcn and children of Jack son visited Mr and Mrs G Y Ilicroiiymu lust weekMms C II Hurst of Jackson attended lip fmiurul of undo Bill A billI ero lust week Irico Gum is on tho sick list Mr nnd ItsjDillard Bradley were up front lichens Monday visiting Mr anti i Mrs John Martin Moro wed hugs expected in tire country ocn I would advise tho good mother not to inflict too serious wounds with either broom shovel ton uo for it will maIm ronI fcrj too bud when you make our first visit to your suntn II0 H Ilioionymus of Monica who has been very siuk fur sometime with lugrippo is able to be out again J H Hicronymus is vUiting near Vaco Wonder what takes Jim down there KO Ofleli 1 ClIATTHltnoN KST1LL COUNTY Nofand W C liichnrdson and wife were the guests ofr A Winkt lor Sunday T J Garrett and wife were Quests of Crato Hob ismiof Red LkkMillardin- klcr of Madison county was at this Place Friday John II Peters und wilt were guests of H VultOD Sunday June War ford and wire returned from a visit at COin lon Sunday Hiram Bcckncll of Locust Branch passed through hero Monday MoKinloy Garrett of Kings Station was visiting June Warford this week Mrs Lucy Cole is visiting her parents here L K Walton rInd wjfo James H Calhoun of Uoussenn was freighting goods up Quicksand creek to Stevenson and Hous seau the first of the week A Cure For Ullsnry I have found a eire for mime Hil f rj tnnlntj iOjseuiirndtes U1 H M lime of louellen S U Its called Kltctrle Hitters and comes In 60 cent fottlc It breaks up a ease or olitili ir a Mlloui stuck In almost nq time Hid it run jnlluvv Jitinillcs olrsri out ol 3itnoiIiiiioA ThU Itrrnt tofliittcl cineaiul lilooU purltltr Rives quick re let In all stomach liver sad kidney cinplulnls and tIl niU ry of lame luck SoJJ trnlergmiarairtie at Jilek on drug store uistllei small QUpkto l for the den- is Un table Its lower shelf con talus n watch sate and nab tray com A riFl TADLE blood while four holes at the corners nro for tl0 plH i Oi top one finds stationary tobacco Jar of brass lined with pqrus wood and having a sponge Iq the lid A Higher health Tcvol I have renclsutla IIIIIT liealtli level shire I bign iiIng Or Kings NPW Life lillrltl1I J oob Spring r of West Irnnklln M lne They kuep my stutiuch liver arid bowels 0I king Just ilfiht If ihes pill IUnipotnt rOil on trial inimpy will lie refuiidsdat Jnckion Dni tttoie 15J =At Ono Fell Swoop Fin e you got nity of tlmsi prepnrn tfoiH for ritinuvlnx hupiirlliioiiH inn I rl risks tine man wlw utiturn tire drun sloru with n firm trend nnd n bet countuimncc Yes Hr jinswcrs tho drusrrlKt- 7lvo mo n 1lutl want to UHO It on my bead But man you Imvrut sot any su perfluoiis hall on your head xVouro nearly bald now It 1 know It Arid Ive got so aggra vated anti tired watching the con founded hair leaking oft day by tiny that I want to remove tire rest of It at one sweep anti have tho agony orerSuccess Magazine It Does tlio rtitxlncpft Air K E Ghaniberlan of Clinton Maine says of Kucklent Arnica Salve It dtes the busineJ I hue urtd il ur v1and U cured them Hud II for chapped hands arid It cured them Applied U to fit old tore and it healed i without Iea7lnj a tear behind 25o at Jackson drug store FLORIDA AND NEW ORLEANS I DUEEt 6 CR SCENT ROUTEII Winter Tourist Tickets For laloroutloa anJ hiss of fioitt aiUrtu D a KlO a a P w fiT A in Mt Sc tczigtonKy 4 II Tticro Is intuIT n man who Is at prcg ent carrying on a land sUlmihiB nyts teni of agriculture wino would do Just ns well for himself undn gnitt lrmi l elcr for potttcrlty If liOBlioyli sot out rlOIcnlKy and follow with liU remaining IIIrpart At the eiul of a prrtotl or years ho would probably Lit ahead n good runny dollars nnl several pain of chocs =c = LEIRAILWAY 1 WIST12U TIMUTAULE i EFFECTIVE NOV 18 190G rrL o 1 NO 3 WfcSr BOUND DailyEx AM rn Lv Jnokson 6 10 2 20 0 K Junction G 15 2 Klkutawa G 20 2 80 Athol 6 40 2 52 Tallcga J 49 3 00 St lichens G 59- Beattyville 3 11 Junct 7 07 3 20 Torrent 7 30 3 41 Cnmpton Junct 7 18 3 57 Dun ee 752 4 03 Filson 8 03 4 14 Stanton 8 15 4 21 Clay City 8 25 4 85 L 1Junct 9 00 li 07 Winchester 9 12 5 2C Ar 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