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I IIN7WISH llAoiNs ditoraad Publisher A NKWBlAIKK DKVOTKDnotlfK INTKKE3TS OF EASTERN KKNTUOKV ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADVANCE aJs Volume VII Jackson Kentufcky FrldaY April 3 1908 Number 23 4v 1i THE JEW STORE or Euster Isaacs We are preparing to make room for our Spring Stock We have a big stock of v Clothing and Mens Suits f 1000 Suits for 750 5 50j 700 Suits for 2 50400 Suits for A Big Line of Pants from 74 cents up Childrens Suits from 75 cents up r Knee Pants from 19 cents up We Have a Big Stock of Shoes that we will sell for 25 Per Cent Less Than Cost Hats and Shirts go at the same reduction Ladies Shirt Waists and Shirts go the sane way Come to the few Store and look at the great bargains we are offering In all kinds of Furnishing Goods TIlpk 7 t01I OF ISAACStUSIrli = a e coQ A QQ G GGaa oa QGGQ- g i CnnlilerFLOYll QJ P CUAAVIOUn Vice Pros g M V DAVIS ActliiR Cnatitrr W H IlOlPlt A t t JaabP imuimmm tla t1 OUR- BANK1N6 91 METHODS iFf i ik gARE SATISFACTORY 3y1 mfo a large and growingcliontilo If gi fji you arc are not already in this num bcrt why not open an account nowt Call in and t al the subject over with to I us A call will entail no obligation sl Wont on try and see i 0Qt PAID P CAPITAL and SURPLUS 17 t t I JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK iIMF mJackson Kentucky G o e THEr Jt w Wyirr Homeseekers 4Ies To Arkansas Indian Tr ritory- Louisiana Oklahoma Texas Tickets on sale the first and third Tues days of each month Apply to any Southern 1Ry Agent or write ARCOOK DPA BS YENT T PA LOUISVILLE KY y r h- Fhr ry Sy r- M t4 fr 1 Il A M BREATHITT BOUNTY NEWS0 h M M Hounshell of Klkatawa was hero on business Monday James Patton has been slated for appointment as postmaster at Lambric Mrs Dulccna Hurstr4who ha been very sick for some timei8 much improved t1ir and this Samuel I anon oJcGiange were hero Monday nft r a boat load of goods q Grocer Blanton has moved into the housoon court street recently vacated Kv G B Smith Mr and Mrs J J C Back went to Lexington last Friday on a shopping expedition I Samuel E Patton is preparing to build n cottage on the Heights J D Moore has the contract for the stone foundation It A Hurst returned from Frankfort Friday where ho had been looking after a case ho had in the Court of Appeals D B Hurst of Malaga was hero Monday visiting his mother Mrs Dulccna Hurst who has been quite sick for some time Tho Jackson Bottling Works has begun operating again making soda pop ginger ale etc which will give employment to several hands E 1 Dawkihs who has been visiting home folks at Worthville for the past month has returned and resumed his work as clerk in tho bank James Lykina was cut and stab bcd several times with a knife by Jesse Trent on Ijroxen creek near Thomas Strongs last Sunday evening Abner Bowman of Atliol was hero visiting friends and relatives ro tu l fill ion aa91ja js unusually stout atyl active for a plan of his ago Jcrc Cardwcll who has been thing in Wolfe county for the past ten years has moved back Rodwill soon cntex into tho mer cantile business here J A Madden who has been living lit Grapevine for tho past live years has moved his family to Lost Creek in order to be able to send his children to school at that place o J I Hall has been appointed storekeeper and gaugor for Obe lobcrts distillery and entered upon his duties April 1st Mr Witt who has been holding that jobI has been transferred to Estill county Sam Turner shot and wounded digger Richmond in the leg last Friday evening The difficulty occurred near the residence of- Alex Herald near the mouth of Junch4on Gamy Tho parties were said to be drinking at the time In a difficulty near the homo of Henry Gabbard on Puncheon Camp last Saturday evening Is uac Gabbard got his arm broken and Mrs Henry Gabbard was ac cidentally hit in the head with a rock and seriously hurt Wo understand that Brcck Little is ac cused of breaking Gabbards arm Tho Jjnligcrants wore drinking ut the time Votako tlTo following from the Clay City Times of March 20 The Jackson Democrat is for Judge J Wiso Hagins for Circuit Judge in the 23d judicial district The Democrat is for the right man Judge Hiigins has beau a man who has always followed hon est convictions of right as ho saw lIe may have been in bad com pans but not altogether for where over you have found the Judge in the past few years you have also found about 1000 other Democrats of his county Such men are not to be driven from the party if wo expect to gain victo ries Judge Hagins is honest capable and from principle every inch a Democrat Ho can carry 1000 more Democrats than any IeeltionhIm 1 A V 4 vey Commonwealths Attor In i Qualiticationsrjitncss for the of lice to which foU aspires should bcnn is the con ideration of ansI i nt1 eTiand of re o aro en trustedJto hioiety ust look for redress and jcetion against crime and critilpus He is the peoples the Ea ring and law nbidilll tbebtciti ens representative Th criminal when 1esaabilityspecialists in crr qal laN expertj- udges of men oT jrceful lawyers of reatnlfthrQtA le jus Lice in open coMJiBlee the peo ples riKlit6v ftr the conmionw ltliwr riL lf law and order can bO dfe the peoples rightslffrKeoted the supremacy of the fcw upheldand our homes safeguarded ftlie pCo- nle s have a fafrless chnfJJPipD- of undoubted lot rity andcqua11 in ability to tii best llalvye n the district The i n tof tho office justify Jho sarvicesofs- uchra man tho peeple demand the preservation f theic rights justify it VfT r toA Our follptr n n AH Patton liar by tti1 and tbility built up Alterative practice lie i9 reco MiWJoneof tho leading lawyft of Eastern Kentucky By his bsworving devotion to thef riglitjy f the people hia courageous stanw on all public questions has fotmdVihe way to tho hearts of out rS 1nif They have seen him urcrry of id know ho will stand bjther Littlectfiey appreciate of thhrycr amt publican logging and kQw MCtlie S iQ f ltfrt- ott Inscarry rr I tt n iindprnllbthe full jtfenath of the independent voters of this countyShake In A Bottle Now is the time when tho doctor gets busy and the patent medicine manufacturer reap tho har vest unless great care is taken to dress warmly and keep the feet dry This is the advice of an old eminent authority who says that Rheumatism and er trouble weather is here uqdalso tells what to do in case offan attack Get from any good prescription pharmacy onehalf ounco Fluid Extract Dandelion one ounce Compound Kargon three ounces Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla Mix by shaking in a bottle and take a teaspoonfulafter meals and at bedtime Justfry this simple home mado mixture at tho first sign of Bheu matismVdr if your back aches fir you feel that the kidneys are not acting just right T us is said o be a splendid kidneY regulator and almost certain re nedy for all forms of Bhcumatum which is caused by uric acid n the blood which the kidneys fail to filter out Any ono can caisly prepare this at home and at small cost Druggists in thus town and vicinity when shown the prescription stated that they could either supply these ingredients or if our readers prefer they will compound the mifcturo for them taSiinpson S DrVaspof Leo City wasa this place Tuesday to see tho sick Ilarlan Wilsen has moved from the head of Boone to Davis Charles Sweoney move from Still water tp the farm he pur chased o Harlan Wilson MIst Hampton 7 having her farm so n in oats and grass M D Ma- loney cut his foot very badtho first of the week Algin Der ickson was on this side Tuesday Thero will be a sairamont and foot washing at this ilace the first Sunday in April conducted by Rev Madden and others Judge T B Blakeyof Beatty AssistIant coteaft 7 + somo of tho t y to L J InV i oj JI f School Legislation- The last General Assembly of Kentucky will go down in history of Kentucky as the Educational Legislature It made a record for more school legislation than any General Assembly preceding it Following are the most important acts passed by it n1lo which have been signed by tho Governor 1 The HalfMillion Appropria tion made up of 200000 for the State University and 150000 for each of the State Normal schools for additional buildings and repairs The same measure carried increased annual appro priations to these three institu tionsThe bill changing the name of Kentucky State College to Kentucky State University Lexing ton Ky This is an act which has long been desired by tho alumniand other friends of this Institution In this connection the fact should be emphasized that all subfreshman work in the sense Qf prepartory work will be eliminated after two years Those now ma triculating in the academy will be given opportunity to finish their academy course All subfresh it i1n work fthe Normal Depart went will cease at the close of this school year The law provides for regular collegiate work iQthe Department of Education but there will be no subfreshman studies offered in the Normal De partment after this summer A bill was also passed changing the name of Kentucky University at Lexington to Transylvania the name under which this insti tutlonin years past wo-nlsreutre = Town A biir creating an Educational Commission of eleven members Which shall make a study of the sysJStates and draft recommendations to be laid before the next Gen oral Assembly The law provides the memberships of the Commis sion as follows The Governor exoflicio the State Superintendent cxolltcio the Presidents of the two State Normal schools ex officio The President of the State University exoflicio one pre sentativo elected by the Lower House of the General Assembly one Senator elected by the Upper House one member of the Federate Womans Clubs selected by the officials of the Federation one representative of the colleges one city superintendent and one county superintendentthe three last named to bo appointed by thoI Governor Representative J 11 Jackson of Owen county was selected Lytle House Senator J J Wilkins of Union county by the Senate Governor Willson has appointed Dr F W Hinitt resident of Central University at Danville Supt E IL Mark of Louisville and Supt L N Tay lor of Pulaski county It is rightly believed that this Educational Commission has a greater opportunity before it for shaping the educational destinies of Kentucky thin any other le gally authorized body over pro vided for in the South The bill creating a County Board of Education and doing away with the present cumbersome School Trustee System many men prominent in educatiop and in politics both have said that there is greater possibility of improve iionl for the common schools in this measure than in nil tho others put together At an early date we shall give an analysis somewhat in dotailI of tho provisions of tho County Board Bill which becomes a law in ninety days from the date of its signature which took place March 24th Deputy U S Marshal Mays captured John Noo and James Stamper moonshiners in Powell county lost week and placed them in the Richmond jail The posse destroyed 2000 gallons of beer irlrillpns of singlings and a still claimed tOQ worth 50o IStop with HarVthers at tho Rood HotfJbilo in L mf I1n1txamln 1I t 1 Yar w ifw The har est Clrculatlon t OF ANY ARtIINTHIS SECTION A t 00 L it H u QOYAs4RIN PMERAbsoluteIYPure The only baking movtttor mad with Royal Orajta Organ of Tartar No Alum No Lime pliesphate Christian Church Con vention Tho Christian Church Sunday School Convention comprising the counties of Brcathitt Wolfc Powell Lee and Fstillwas held at Hazel Gr en the 28th and 29th of March Those who went from Jackson were Misses Josephine McGuire and Mollie Stidham and Rev C M Summers and Paul Defthick Robert M Hopkins from Louisville and Roy George Verge from Australia a student at 1C U joined the crowd at the 0 K Junction v The convention was the best that has been held in this district The addresses given by the dif ferent speakers were practical and fullof inspiration Much progress in Sunday schoolwork has been made in this district smcotno convention ofa year thereiVni school must have trained teachers teachers who arc Bible students and who can impart their knowledge to others Then the time has come when the adults must be found in tho Bible schools and the adult Bible class movement is spreading all over this country One sneaker said that every person under tho age of 105 years should bo in a Bible class The new oilicers for the year ire President Prof M O Carter Vice President Paul Derthick secretary aiyl Statistican Miss Kate Reed It was voted to hold tho convention at Irvine Ky next year WOLFE COUNTY Lee City Dr Wise went to West Liberty on business Monday A large crowd went to Cannel City Sun day and all report a nice time Tho Juniors from hero wore B B Hose Dr J II Dunn Whitney Wise Bruce Rose George Taylor Henry Clair Harland Pratt 1 L Duff others who attendedwere Misses Efiio Bryant Sebina Pat rick Ethel Wise Nora Wise Mrs Carrie Duff Mrs George Taylor Rosa Rosa MerdioStricklin Alex Dull Henry Chancy anda Mr Ilounshcll Elder J D Hunter and F P Wilson preached abl- esermon4Mrs W P Wise has been on tho sick list for several days Dr Wise was called to tho bedside of his sister a few days ago who is very low with consumption cMiss Nora Wise has returned from Elkatawa where she had been visiting relativesMissT- rina Walters returned from Berca College Saturday RED NOTICE There will be a Farmers Institute held in Jackson on Thursday and Friday April 16th and 17th 1908 under the auspices of tho Breathitt County Farmers Club und tho Department of Agricul Lure of Kentucky Good speak ers on important subjects to farm ors will bo discussed Como and h ar them IV D S6wEwtPresident BACK Secretary J h i y OWSLEY COUNTY 7 sEversole tle 4 Circuit court conren cd at Boone ville last Monday with Judge a Lewis on the bench and lIon Ira Fields as commonwealths altor a r ney Up to date there have been t but two sent to the penitentiary v t viz Dan ferry and one of tho v Evans boys Two small boys werebs9nt to the House of Reform jT 1t r A Yearyand a Miss Johnson weroririRincd before thoI I court for living in adultery In O order to beat the agreedIIto marry Everybody the court r seemed anxious to be at the wed S ding While Years was getting h- tr LA 4 his license Charles Hogg a noted young attorney moved tho judge that tho cog 1liouldcome up Y stairs and marry before the court j ti Tno judge sustained tho motion and Jockio Smith was sent to in form them of tho same In a Vr t t short time the coupteenteredie t court room theyoungwoman gj rying a child inher arms Chas r Hogg always willing to lands hand in time of Seed agreed to hold the baby while Rev S IG Barney officiated The ceremony was soon over and Rev Ilamey in a very dignified way introduced Mr and Mrs Yeary to the aur w dieucc No one seemed to extendja warmer congratulation j Taller Britches Jockie Smith declared that this was the first i7 couple he had ever waited upon k Matt Roberts who lived at the mouth of lower Buffalo died at his honie Friday night and was h buried Saturday James Gen try of to J 0 RosestBlanton Bros have finished their log contract for F W Fletcher on h ii n A I 1 i A Dbnck W LAE RAILWAY l WINTER TIME TABLE pI r EFFECTIVE NOV 18 1906 14 tfNOWEST BOUND Daily Daily i Ex Sun AM eniLv Jackson 6 10 2 20 O K Junction G 15 2r IIIElkatawa 6 20 2 30 Athol 6 40 2 52 Tallega 6 49 3 00 St Helens t 59 3 11 Beattyville Junct 7 07 3 20 Torrent 7 30 3 41 Campton Junct 7 48 3 57 Dundee 7 52 J 4 03 I f Filson S 03 414 i Stanton 8 lit 4 263Clay City 8 25 4 35 i g pWinchesterAr Lexington 9 55 6 05 NO 2 NO 4 1 n EAST BOUND DailyEx PM AM Lv 1Winchester Clay City 4 00 9 02 lit ti Stanton 410 910 Filson 4 26 9 22 I Dundee 4 37 9 34 rrTorrentvillo Junct 5 18 10 1TiIBeatt 5 26 10 t toAtholElkatawa 6 06 11 10 N c O 1C Junct 6 10 11 15iAr Jackson 6 15 11 20 fflCONNECTIONS r I L E JUNCTION Trains Nos 1 Hwithtral Railway for Pine Ridge and t t Cam uton BEATTYVILLE JUNCTION rTrains Nos 2 and 4 connect with L A By for passengers to and from Beattyville O 1C JUNCTION Traiud No s3 and 4 with the Ohio Kentucky for local stations on 0 K Ry CHAS SCOTT G P A Mountain Central Depart Arrive 5 45 a m Campton 11 30 a mt5tjArrive+ 8 001 m Campton Jun 10 05 a m 4 r t 4 00 p m Campton Jun 4 0Y i Make connection with aV hl E pasliePiertrahu JIIr 0 f f H 0 TvA t f Jilt 4I a say h ja J v Ir ii C1- t r l 4 1at aro r I p P t tt The Breathitt News I PER YEAR IN ADVANCE w J VISE HAGINSdI 13 A N PTTON ATTORNEY AT tmFICE JACKSON IN ss LAWJ t FRIDAY APRIL 3 I c Notice to Candidates ft t Announcements of candidates for office will bo charged for ns follows ii For u District O111ce1000- r For a County Office 500 Except a complimentary notice given each candidate nt the time ho announces all communications boosting candidates will bo charged for at 5 cents per lino Such communications will be treatedits y4t purely advertising mutter for which The News does not assume any responsibility Y Cash must accompany all orders l r for such advertising rI ANNOUNCEMENTS Lf FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE We are authorized to announc GOURLEYII Of Heattyville Ky as u candidat for circuit judge of this tho 23 t judicial district subject to the ac tibnof the Republican party- Ilro aro authorized Jo announce JUDGE JAMES P ADAMS of JjQattyville Ky nsa candidate for circuit judge of this the 23d judicial district subject to tho ac tion of tho Republican party- COMMONI1EAIrla ATTY Wo aro authorized to annonnc A II STAMPER- of Campion as a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney of this tho 23d judicial district subject to tho action of the Democratic party Election Nov 3 1908 I hereby announce mysclfa can did ato for tho ollico of Common monwealths Attorney of the 23d judicial district composed of the Leeetho Republican party I solicit hrsuulgrtDLlllllrQ d iti7lWare r uiuiuaaui party iiiuiiiuivjiia A II PATTON We arc authorized to announce Z T HURST Of Broathitt county as a candi date for Commonwealths Attor nay for this the 28d judicial district subject to the action of the Republican party Wo are authorized to announce KELLY KASII as a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney in the 23d judicial dis trict subject to the fiction of the Republican party t FOR COUNTY CLERK I take this means of announc ink myself as a1 candidate for Ctjunty Court Clerk of Breathitt County subject to tho action ofy tae Democratic party If elected I sjiall frcgurilloss of party aflilia tions eyybur most obedient servant ALFRED RUSSELL To the Vbtcrs of Breathitt Co I am a candidate for the office of County Court Clerk to be voted for at the November election 1900 O t GEO W NOULE InstituterThe lack of interest on the part agriculturaltre nun ber of farmers institutes have- Been held hero andnc3t many farm ers wore present Tho State has I Bono to considerable expense in i employing practical farmers to I visit the county seats and discuss t tho best methods for farming but the attendance has hada chilling effect Another effort is being nude to arouse interest among the farmers On Thursday and Friday April 1C and 17 another in stitute will be held in Jackson and able speakers will bo present who are practical farmers have tested the methods they will discuss ands crory farmer will be greatly bene fitted by attending the lectures Farming tin chief industry in t this county has not been as profit able as it should for the reason ythut our farmers are clinging to the ideas of our forefathers But little improvement has been made in the method of farming in this county Tho farmers if they care to make their work more profit should not miss tile insti ttote It ccsU you nothing Go to Trent for fresh meal nnd t flour 0 i 4 t= i I I = IlT SYSTEN1 SUITS i H FOR YOUNQ ENi WOLF12 COUSfVI Campton Tho following marriage licenses have beenissued from tho Wolff county clerks oflico since our ladt letter James Ili son nntlEntmt Oldficlds Howard llattoh am Sarah Wadkins all of this county Tho lulosbjjcws from the oil Griit dfiUIvlyctiam non cor Marshall are drilling a well upon tho G W Robinson farm and T M Beckett S Co arc drill ing upon the T S Cable farm J II Morgan and Charles Kerr of Lexington members of the John II Morgan Company were in Campton last week looking after business interests Jesse Hounshcll of near here is re ported to be quite ill of lagrippc Measles and matrimony lire still raging in this community The register at tho Central Hoto showy tne following recent guests IL B Hart Lexington W J Fields Ashland J II Murray Chicago Geo M Spencer Tor rcnt John K Evans Frankfort J B Cornett Winchester and T J Perdce London It is1 reported that Campton will soor have a town marshal in tho per son of Walter Oliver Senator Benjamin Sewell left for Holly the home of his parents Monday- lie store builning that is be jag built on Main street by A P Dye for Miller Brothers Chil Jets is nearing completion Whci same is completed it will greatly improve the appearance of the town The following arc some of the real estate transfers of Wblfo county Pocahontas Combs to Cox and Lykihs Lodge situa ted in Campton consideration 150 SarahjE Wilson toi W Halsey situatetlpn Redriyer consideration 100 Pr s Buchanan fovJnmc3 Brown situa ted on Stillwoujr consideration 13700 II WOLFE COUNTY Hazel Green Porter Center who has been working at his mill near Gilmoro is with his parents this week Miss Vesta Arnott a student of II G A is visiting her parents it Cancy this week South Hose of Leo City who has been attending school at II G A is rory low with feverThe foundation of u new industrial building is now being laidat Ila zel GreenTiuo Sunday school jonvention was held in Hazel jrcen Christian church last Sat irday and Sunday in which wo had some very excellent lectures minisjtorslrom t i 3 e t01Jj were something excellent Rev Hopkins from Louisville gave an interesting Sunday school tall Sunday morning The convontioi was enjoyed by all who attended Miss Jessie Dixon of Elkatawa is visitingjier sister Mrs Somber at this lilaceThis spring tern of school has the largest enroll went over been recorded in II SO UcdJjYCJisJDOf1 sort and lie people near its banks aro movinj out Marion Center of IF G A spent Saturday and Sunda with his parents near Gilmore MissTEIla Center of II G A has been very ill for tho puts weekrSho is able to bo in schoo Steve Coldiron of II G A visited friends at Elkn tawtt Saturday and Sunday SIAIIK Finn LEE COUNTY Fincastle Everybody gardened last week Mrs A J loc is dangerously ill Mrs Walter Little is verj sick Uncle A R Nothcrly is moving to J K Hobbs farri across tho creek Misses Flor ence and Edna Barrett of Buf tale wore visiting their brother lose here the first of the wool 5 Kincaid Jr has been upioirite Master Commissioner by Jamej P Adams Charley Terry am vife of Jackson were visiting the hitters father near Boothe 1 part of last week A quilting al- A C Eastins last Saturday Turkey boiled ham and lots ol other good things paid for the quilting Guess there is going to bo plenty of ticks this year ai there is lots of politics already here Miss Maggie Kincaid was visiting Ned Kincaids family Sat urdu and Sunday Mrs Spen cor Combs of White J shwns visiting her father J K Gentry the past week Tin RANG u MORGAN COUNTY Cannel City V The religious rally given bye Jr O U A M at this place last Sunday was quite a success An excursion was run over the O K railway leaving Jackson ut 9 oclock and returning leaving hero at 1 oclock brought quito a 1 number from Jackson andall points along the line Had tho morning not been rainy there would have been a much larger crowd present The people of Cannel City showed them a wel come anda good time Elder J D Hunter gave a long lecture to tho Juniors the order which no represents after this nero was i until the train3nly a short tip oft for J0n RevvF PWil1 t i ktad or tree f lust the illtlof Suits pat appeal most to tbg ptoclatc young 1 chi full of life chw jcter and individuality in indexing pre cisey all the ultra fashionable models of the 11s custom tailors real works of art from the fwil lJS standpoint the coats cut in the pro lioui cct11 ng buttonr Ll stJlt s sIns cc1 orbuttonthroub1i pockets new idl in ht ttnlcufl treatments shades of eve ltuc iVirpopualj browns galore blues lllClajlsfthe snappiest novelty patterns ol tilt On1S To the young mINI seeking a grand 1 coilpnation of style quality and good value uCiluhesitatingly commend our Art Sys tcn Suits as best made in the world at the priefcjg250 1500 1750 2000 and 2250 t Blgrs Double Breasted and j Suitspr VAU the fittest and most uptodate styles J forhll ages from 2A to 17 years The most c comprehensive display in Lexington and from j a price sta 11ioust by far the best selection as a comparison Ulll ready convince you 1 7 300 to 1200 f 1 Lexington If5r 11 A ra=or son took the standand preached a strong and interesting sermon to the peoploy Mr Wilsons ad dress s taken great effect 10 hep he aroscrl- pwhorca forrowled in from Byer 1 use which is silo M hundred hisClretK frt iwnuld 4jkbcon urged by some i If the time tIIJ nt restedsere devoted to failuroylike this one there would ho more consecrated people in ourland I FOR SIMPLE MINDED lVorOf the Jaya I will be bound Nevcrtftar With It near Thon the foolish man comes round Take a kick At the brick Hiding In the battered tUe Bvery guy t Pnlng by Sure vlltfdoutile up and smile Pocketbook In a nook Where seems to have been lost At a glance Its a cliancb That youd only grab a frost ItIt a friend to send For a left hand wrench by you Tell him when I Mice are men You will brIng him one or two M 0i1ftIiis That la rLlko QJ not + t I cot r J Several rockets In the cndi r xAprilSenseless fun ruletrI I Or ull eran April fool rk Sam thing Like It What does be know aboutiiavery4 rorlornhopeI over seen n altar 1 oJ Always Oreaklno Them In Wears n pair otilUfe I 1ll ilf4 never isuV 8 moir than ono tluici- UsI Jlmt right hearI be BO grouchy that tho gll can Inv n iilath kiI Wllllno to Divide Let mo Eel you a Ulstory of tho WllrI I will site you 8 emIISo a Dlffrnt Dill fortun 9 on you Xo So tatIauab oa no store rIIll FOR SALE House and lot on Klin street i known as the John D Strong house at a bargain Onehalf cash bnlanco in jWolvo nv nhs bor further particulars call at The News office I NOTICE The firm of Spencer Mc DanlelorThIiii i IvyT hasll err dissolved by mutual consent Mr Spencer to continuo tho business assuming nil the liabilities of the linn This March 21th 1908 W II SlBXCBU 2225 Tolls McIXvxiEi W H Henderson Ayres Street Opp Poet Oflloe LEXINGTON KY DEALER IN Grain eeds Feed Wheat Rye Barley Oat and Con Olover Timothy Millet KentueVj Blue Grass Orchard Grin Hungran Hay Straw riHl Feed Who will be- President This is a Presidential year and every man must read to keep postedon politics The COURIERJOURNAL IIcnryWattcrsoii Editor Is a Democratic Newspaper but it prints the news as it develops One dollar a scans the of A The Weekly- CourierJournal 1 But you can get that paper and The Breathitt County News Both One Year For 150If you will give or send your order to tho News NOT to The CourierJournal Daily CourierJournal 600 a Year Sunday Courier Journal 200 a Year We can give you a combination cut rate on these if you will write to Tho N + 1t r Ii t3 r r +wk S GET READY FOR EASTER i We have employed Mrs 13ettie Mason tin uptodate milliner to take charge of r our Millinery DepartIncur find will liavc lI on display the largest line of t EasterMillineryI ever shown here v t Spring weather reminds one that suitiW 1 ble Avcamiig apparel is nccdod Dont pay fancy prices for your IT5nit for we can save you many 1olliis 1 Examine our stock of spring and summer suits get our prices and then comparet these Icesof equal quality offered by others We can show you a i rr complete stock in hats shoes and Cents 1 v4ifurnishings 5s T Many Ladies Prefer to Have Their Garments r Made to Suit Their Own Ideas Different From lct 1 e Others We show a big assortment of 6r SPRING DRIf S GOODS Our collection of dress goods silkst tacosI e C111b1OiIel1ers and novelties is unquestionably the JnrgestF i j most complete tend best selected in Jack son Our prices arc the lowest in the f b1IS hirat SPRING AND SUMMER SHOES i Ladies and Gentlemen your spring shoes are here Call and see them when you arc ready The snappiest and SB1artII J I est in town in all the popular leathersr Finest Furniture Stock in rt Eastern Kentucky r A stock front which you can select and + 1 t be sure of high quality and the prices arc t no higher than for inferior kil1d1 II e u GARDEN SEED 1 4 We handle old reliable seeds that never fail to 1 grow We are ready to take care of the largest and smallest planter r = lr 7 COUNTRY PRODUCE WANTED N I We will pay the highest price for chickens eggs furs fcathprs green and dry beef hides L DAY BROSOOtWholesale and Retail Merchandise j JACKSON KENTUCKY r The Breathitt News J WISE IIAG INS Enmrn I CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAR PulillMliud Every IIrlda3P 52S252sasc5S 52S2S2 Du O II SWANGOIrn PHYSICIAN ANt SUHOKOV m Office and Ucs Phone CO 1 JACKSON KY n- 15a52S 52525L525SJJ rc C II IIUKST PHYSICIAN AND Suitmiox Ollico in Postolllco Building til Jackson Ky LiPhone u iF rrr sM Un 11 P DUFF t PHYSICIAN AND SUUUUON CIIKBIC KY BLOST 1 sent to E P Lnndrums store answered H- 1i rr r r 19IIIIIdlt11ilIllllift IIIIIIIIIUIiiIIIII- IUIIIMAR1N I T KKLLY ATTORNEY AT LAW E = OK1TICI IN 11UHST HLG = r == 5 JACKSON KY f- nmiiiiiiimiiiiHtiiumimitiiiiiiiiiiimiin M rHoLeh1 Hurst of Malaga is visiting the family of Dr C II Hurst For rent Kurniihod or unfur nished rooms Apply to Mrs Charles Terry G Ur Colloy hits moved from tilt heights into the llollidny house on Broad tvay lit Master Bonnie Lang who lens boon sick with pneumonia fcvor is convalescing Miss Ella Gibbs of Now Alba ny1ti li visiting her sistor Mrs Dolnnoy Allen Thomas Huddix has moved into tho house recently vacated by It M Sholy in South Jackson Mrs S J Crawford of Athol was visiting faicnds and rolativci horo tho Out of tho week Will S Hopper MtUtniit cash ior of the Jaolnon Deposit Hank loft Monday for his home in llurgin Mrs W D Hack was the truest of hor parents Mr told Mrs 11 II Herald ut Honild the first of the wool Mrs James Combs of Losing ton and little daughter Hazel via led tho family of N B Qpiubs several days last week W 7 Eubank came up from Ividdville Wednesday to suporin f tend a log drive for the Burt Lumber Co of Ford IW0 publish on the fourth page I n short synopsis of the laws passed by tho last legislature This is not us good as wo would like to f have published but it was the best we could do tfheSwann Lay Lumber Com I pany put more than 510001 logs into their boom on the recent tide This will keep their mill going for nearly n year and will lifttyknicnRev C M Summers will preach f at the Christian churcll next Sunday morning at the usual hour t Subject Life Out of Death The evening subject is intended to Iboof special interest to business t 1 men 4 1 Miss Laura Morgan of toffee sonvillo Ind has accepted a po sition as trimmer in Miss Mollie melds millinery establishment She held a similar position with tho wholesale house of David IJnird Sons of Ix uisville for Live years t Mrs Peggy Minnix who lugs been at the hospital nt Ecxington 1forthe past month is reported It is feared that she will IIhnoto have her leg cut off above j tho knee as the first wound is not healing satisfactorily It is doultt ful about her being able tQ stand the shock f Capt J K Lung landedwith I his stave drive Monday afternoon + just before the big tide contain ing about 175000 stoves Ho was thirteen days on the drivo from the headwaters of Troublesome Halls Fork and HuckhornL and Ins crew hada pretty 110I time but landed safe He again Thursday for another drive l 90 Quicksand 1y 4 J New Spring Millinery Come anti see my new lino of spring millinery now on display I can show you all the latest sty las of the season the most up to dntc mid cheapest in town Congo and I see Anml Burry Thirty Foot Tide There was a SO foot tide in the river Wednesday which brought down thousands of logy to this and tho other markets below It was n good timelogct logs out of the small crceks QUte tide kept up for nearly ufcjgp Go to Trent for till kinds of groceriesMarriage Licenses The following marnugo licenses have been issued since our port f Iist I Bud Dunn ahd Miss Hollon both of Simpson Tanner Lovcns of Stacy and Miss Scythia Campbell of Noble Millinery Opening April M4th Everybody cordially invited to come anti look over my new line strictly up to duto Dont buy until you soc I have nn export trimmer of seven years ex perience MOMU FIHLUS Birthday Party Miss Evalyn Byrd Swango rn- tertnined a number of little folks with a birthday pnrty last Saturday afternoon Among the guests was Miss Hazel Mae Combs of Lexington Music andrefresh ments were the children delight Coles Bulletin Look nt n few of our prices Give us your trade and save 20 per cent Following are a few of our prices Can corn best grade S cents Can tomatoes best grade lOc Can kraut best grade DC Can apricots best grade Sc Can hominy bast grade DC Can apples best grade ic Cnn salmon host grade Dc Can Snow King B Powder DC Mast routed coffee 1210 lb Host pure leaf lard lOc lb Best meat Do lb Belt red kidney beans Me lb Como and seo us anjJ save money Ro are your for busjjnass iuijiv G HOC1 UY tU Palton Building Broadway front has the nicest apples in town Best Best When THE BEST 68 t Go to for your coco and pop A c t A Dinner Wesley Turner Sr ne a dinner Sunday on his 78th anniversary at his home jicar Canoe There were about of his friends and relatives present Owing to the bad weather many wpro prevented from attending At the school near his home religious services were con ducted by Revs James Hudson and VT Arrowood in commemoration of tho event It is hoped that Mr Turner and his wife will bo able to preside at many more such Go to Trent for all kinds of candies Agents Wanted 10x20 crayon portraits 10 cents frames 10 cents and up sheet pictures one cent each You can 100 per coot profit or 3060 week Catalogues and samples free Frank W Williams Company 1208 Taylor St Chicago Ill 4 e I The Model Wo call attention to tho now ad- of The Modelof Lexington which appears on our second rake Tills is one of the few Lexingt n business houses that seem to want vpur trade as a look at our adver tising columns will show An advertisement in the local paper is a bid for your trade x A heavy drift of logs and ties lodged against the lower Quicksand bridge on the recent tide It was cauil by the second tide coming in Quicksand while the river was up While some of the otlthillkdarpngedelTheir Main Duty We ought to elect swo good old farmer to congress from this district bet We have had Inw ycrn enough Sure wo have What does a lawyer know about gardeu seeds unywny I Tho Awful Gossip We Ilk to knock the coos p- We cnn 1 admire hr ways Too much she crltfclao Too mttgsr Is her praise The falling of her nelchbou Are always on litpi ay nut still we parse to llitcn To what she has to say i r tlInlTo dwell oil lib shortcoming meonneslIU1erksP8 Dill we but stop to listen n When she has on lull steam lint though wo may abhor It That the her longue should use In such n busy tashlon Still ws mast know the news And If we tlklnt neat her jWedAnd that would cost n cent Ye 1Vhonut are we very certain We are not In the class Perhaps An Inward took would show When knocking was the programme That we were non too slow Picking cherries Is a line trade for a tried It never louts than n few weeks nt moat Manliness becomos n Rontlonmiv much woro than It dons n mly The only outward sign of a humorist U eonictlmus the sad look his wife WlnI Not Style 1o keep those clilklron quilt Vhy I thought you wore so fond of chlldnnr SYes but 1 dont tike them lu a stow J The Cheapest is not Always the But the is ALWAYS The Cheapest 4Y You Want t4 GROCERIES PHONE t a THOS E MARCUM I 7 Trent cola Birthday birthday 15 house celebrations fancy make per W You examination mall more ilia II IV Dale of Elkatawa was Thursdayftbrv Linvillo Miller of Clay Hole washere Thursday after n wagon load of goods for his Htoro at that place WOLFE COUNTY Gilmore Granvillo and Edward McIntosh went to the stave mill Monday Edward McIntosh and wife are prefWinj to visit relatives in Perry county Granville and Ed McIntosharc raking tics for L E Smith T C Lindon is pre paring to sow oats next week J C Rose has put up n store house to supply the nods of his work hands lie has employed James Tolson for manager and Sam Gil Icy as clerk Ely Brothers have moved their mill to Rose fork to saw for Scott Nickell Innoy Tolson and son came in from Brcathitt the lastpf Mtyxh 1 Geo ghnon of Jotts Crook was lto ss MondaJ 7t- frJ 11 M j I i I it Il l rR BLAKE lI- lt11 a h- AT I S CO C UI NCE I ujandfsce sv show cases I have onIdisVJay sme wares that the e f has never been shown in Jackson r- y 1 I alsogivcyou Shov01 Pows 15 cts I m v ihl I 1 SJ1It fi J tJ1J 4M1 AI U 71 Cei C l 1i Willy Y n One I m Jetf L y BLAKE f I N N N N i 7 I m Go m l I o I I ci b l l J TH srEii hF 0 n F- c F L YON BOrl o i m INSURANCE I IfISTOCKS AND BONDS S have ret 0- Lrerry I i of NEGOTIATEDr Ltttlc- t j 1 farmers of this y juit logging and Jj S- aerAGngMrs Rachel M CIT E PRINCIPAL TOWNS I firs tiriay McIntosh S y- f 1 0Vt 1119 rtml ENTOcr got wf t ctrnllrtlil5Lt i Men to Represent Us Ji TerritoryhFI 0 s- F AddressiAII Communications to the Corn t ii at Beattyville Kentuckyrs0 Fcvooi 0lt 00 01c c L l 000001 PERT PARAGRAPHS I The only way EOIUO people can keep their tempers Is by Icing their cram tunsIt Is cue thing to know how to ask questions and 111110 another to be able to elicit the desired answers To be one of the six best cellars It la Quito necessary to have tho dust of ngus In It Ti loetb a cheerful shoat and tb wlmotakerfLazy pepplo are troublesome kause It takes hard work to get out of trouble and harder to keep out It Is easy to lose the eyes to Ittlc hiuc urn des nnd small lardshlps on the i alp If tho mslncsa ia proC table jOne01VII+ Qladj Is smiles + rr n Ith glee G Porsho beguile With melody + c JRed robin then r i Will common be rIJkrwtsotVIlliltountihelIreef ryTor vftrni for coal + Ilvo n stet t l rrunt oft our r Wt1 i V Jf jt Clever Mart III lIb property Is nil In his tl lfoa name fWell If that were only all What Co you mean I have heard that a lot of other peoples property Is In his wiles name too Different In One Wayt Blytho thinks ho haswrltten a great story Yes be has hilt me king It over ilhd anything urlgtii lu IU Well the spelling If you bnvF o fiddler you ltro 1 o iotno of the r C- TjgJ t t GOOD ROAD TO LEXINGTON The L E road comos closest to our store Decidedly the best place fo Diamonds Watches Clocks JewelrySilverware Cut Glass Opticial Goods HE1NTZ JEWELER OPPOSITE THE PHOENIX LEX NGTON KY t 0 KOSK S Q SANIt- IROSE SAMPLE tiorneys and Councelors at Law I CA31PTOX KY This firm will practice in nil the courts of Wolfe and adjacent coun ties Special attention to Corporation Law and Real Estate Litigation Offices Second Floor Farmers Traders Bank D La ALLEN JEWELER MAIN ST OlP lOSTOF ICE Has for sale a nice lino of WATCHES KMHTE PINS EYE GtiASSRS SPECTACLES and nil kind or Jewelry REPAIRING A SPECIALTY Prices Ucasonable Please call and examine 51ly r t- t i 7 to f t Qu5JIOat This is the Question r Whether it is better to keep your money in a drawer or safe 5 and dole it out in payments of accounts and bills or to bank it and pay by cheek There can be but one answer to this bank it and check it out y fB f- OeEfcl AN ACCOUNT WITH USsM tIt will systematize your affairs teach you economy and liHng ygu into contact with the best people of the community Three Per Cenf Interest Paid on Time and1 Savings Deposits JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK t LJACISON KENTUCKY 6 aQQ 0 0 h I wirl I Coming to You ii rr m THERE IS NO FAKERYT ib FIn our method of business for every dollar you pay us yon get ono hundred cents value in I return t it We Believe in Square TreatmentttsF hF- 6i Your moneys worth all the time We 11- Iis use pa pngo of space talking about our goodsGthun you wouldnt know how good theyaro COME TO OUR STORE a- J i r So you can see for yourself thats tho surest way a l IIi j KENTUCKYtF l t i wrFZFiFtnFi G D r rri r 1I i1 IV1IXED it ill I tA- ttl 1 PAl FITS llI ti itl i Just received a full line W Wt which we guarantee t i t 1 4 Sr t1JET 11 G to ail 1I 11 11l x 1w ianyother paint made Call I iii tland I ttl EPp1lces z W 11 Jackson Drug Co 1I- l 1 Q J r i IEEEEI rJ = REMOV ALg I have moved to McCormick near Campion unction where I will continue my business of nmk fug MonumentsAND Any one wanting anything in my lino will please write me at McCormick Ky I will stake monthly visits to Jackson and hope nil my friends will save their orders for mo R M8HELY l TREESFr- uit and Ornamental v Everything for Orchard Lawn anti Garden Our Strawberry Plants are money makers Write for free catalogues WtJ have no agentsH Hillenmeyer Sons Lexington Ky V r FOR SALE W KY ZjTOWN I Address S S Taulbee 1ia1J c sonr yot k rc ilt I t J 4 iNEw m UK t Acts of the Late Legislature 4 Presented Here In Concise Form 1 SOME OF VITAL IMPORTANCE While Not So Many Laws Were En acted as by Previous General As sembly Some Acts SUnd High i 3Pi Reorganization of the Ksntucky School Il System Was One of the Measures iV of Large Importance 11i r r FsrR chlng Action Was Taken c Toward a Regulation of Tobacco Business In the Stats I t t 1 Among ths Measures That Failed ii Were the County Option Bill and the Reapportionment Bill Zit 4i The Kentucky Legislature that ad Jourced on March 17th did net enact tJasmany laws aa Its predecessor but some of the laws are of vital Import AI4sf00 Chief among these are tho fol lowing Act abolishing the present school trustee system and establish k lug county boards to control the schools and teachers act to provent 7 a man from selling his tobacco after q he pools It act appropriating 47600 i to complete the new Statehouse and Vt maintain it act appropriating 300000 11 to the two Normal Schools and UOO 0 000 to the State University act put 1rtingpoolrooms out of business act j giving state aid to all tuberculosis san atoriums act providing for a vote tort annul the constitution so as to permit i state aid to public road building act 1 authorizing warehousemen to corn mingle tobacco ot like grades act fur thor regulating the employment of k children in factories and an act pro viding the tax penalty shall not go on until December 1 each year The bill to extend the county unit local option law to all counties in UK state failed to pass as did the bills to redistrict the senatorial and represen tatlve districts and the bill requiring all buys of tobacco to pay a license fee The governor vetoed a number of bills the most important one being the 1 Arnett bill exempting from taxation t stock in foreign corporations owned by residents of Kentucky Tho total amount of all approprla tlon bills Is about 11325600 and the session of sixty days cost about 90 000 Governor Wlllson gave out a state ment reciting at considerable length his reasons for vetoing several appropriation bills passed by the legislature The principal tAll vetoed was the I measure appropriating 100000 for a t Istatetuberculosis sanitarium Throe 1orfour other measures added consid l erably to the sum appropriated by the legislature In his statement the gov ernor recites that when the present 4legislature and state oMcers were 1 elected there was nearly a million and halt of dollars In the treasury This Jnt he says the legislature his wishes expressed in mes 1alalnst vetoes wiped out and then d to pass the measures juat vetoed after the auditor had presented 1 to the two houses a statement show- Ing that there was but 1189 left In theI j treasury The course of the majority of the legislature is sharply arraigned In the statement fThe following bifle are all that I palMd and were signed by the Gov I ernor 1 HOUSE BILLS 4 Ml CreceliusAct providing a fine cropIj sold by consent of tho pooling organ ization 103 McChord Act providing a line I for the sale or transfer ofa piece of personal property where the posses sion is in one person and the title thereto Is vested In another A com panion bill to No 101 44 WaggonerAct Increasing the annual appropriation for the Kentucky I Childrens Home Society from 115000 to J3000J 26 Klalr Act changing the name of A and M College to State Univer sity 36 Brooks Act providing that fines nnd forfeitures in police courts in fourthclass cities shall be collected by the cities In case of appeal 157 Llllard Act to prevent the manufacture and sale of adulterated or misbranded foods drugs medicines and liquors and appropriating 30000 a year to have the Kentucky expert ment station enforce the law and test the articles named 140 Sullivan Act appropriating 1 150000 each for new buildings for the two state normal schools and 200000 for the State University 92 Sullivan Act changing the ba ale ot representation for free tuition to State Normal Schools for a certain number of pupils from each county 64 Meyer Act to promote and L compel attendance of children to icfeooU tud to orereal tru acjr fc 93 Gravoe Act changing time of holding circuit court In the Second district 105 McChordAct empowering fire Insurance companies In this state to Incorporate with only GO000 capital stock Instead of 100000 306 WilsonAct to amend the drainage laws as applicable to Union county 312 SchoberthAct appropriating 100 to remove the remains of Thomas F Marshall to the cemetery nt Frank fort lOll PorterAct transferring town of Clay In Webster county to fit thclas towns 387 StrangeAct providing that dental parlors or dental companIes shall be operated under the name of tho proprietor 179 Buford To enable State Board of Pharmacy to exchange certificates of registration with other states allow Ing pharmacists registered In another state to pracUce pharmacy in Ken J tucky 261 Klalr An act relating to chjl dren who are now or may here become dependent neglected or dejln quent to define these terms and fixing and defining the power of the soyera l county courts within this common wealth with reference to tho care treatment and control of such children and to provide for the means whereby suth powers may be exorcised knows as Juvenile Court bill 262 Klalr An Mt Axing and defto Ing the powers of the several county courts within this commonwealth with reference to persons responsible for or directly promoting or contributing to the conditions that render a child de pendent neglected or delinquent send providing how such powers uiny bq OJ erclscd 66 RIcoAct to repeal the act cresting a graded school in District No3 In Johnson county 78 Simmons Act empowering fifth class towns to issue refunding bonds to pay debts 75 Simmons An act providing that a majority of the voters of any fourthclass town shall decide whether Or not that town shall be annexed to a secondclass city The old law yoa that 40 per cent could govern 25T Doord An act providing that fiscal courts may use the polltax to Increase the road fund in any county 233 PerryMt repealing the char tor of the town of Homer in Log n countyp164 H l Myers Act fixing maxi mum fine at SlOO for sale of drugs In violation of the law as to the val of drugs 241 P W Berkshire Act to that part of Section 2412a Kentucky statutes that requires land owners fa keep clean the waters of navigable streams 220 SteersAct authorizing ware housemen to commingle tobacco of Ike grades 198 SullivanAct providing for the continuation of the Geological TopS graphical and Agricultural Survey 143 AndersonAn act authorizing county courts to make or four years for road construction and repair The law now limits It to ojie year 288 Harris Act to regulate the child labor law and make tho prpyf slons thereof effective 108 PorterAct authorizing the unused money In any school district to be applied to the next term or to Increasing pay of teachers 11 Hoswell Act allowing the Stao Librarian a clerk at 50 per month 32 Buford Act defining the crime of abortion and fixing a severe penalty therefor 141 Sullivan Act for the govern mont and regulation of common schools abolishes the present trustle system and creates the county board system does not apply to clfles towns and graded school districtsI 107 PorterAct amending tho rev enue law so that the penalty does jjot go on until December 1 each ytRir 118 ShanksAct changing time of holding circuit court In the Trlrteenth district 21 Klalr Act to provide toy the care and custody of courthouses In counties containing secondclass clUes applies especially to Lexington 444 Rules Committee tglyJng chief dark of Senate and House 30 dayss pay to prepare permanent cppy of Journals of each house 210 NicholsAct giving defendant In felony cases ten peremptory Hal lenges and commonwealth three 136 Wallao Act allowing n sions to members of Veteran Vo1iin- tary Firemens Association of Louis vlle04PortorAct authorizing sher lIfe to pay election officers as soon as work Is completed 185 E Meyer Act requiring clti of Louisville to levy a 36cent tafor Ichool purpolca Instead of 33cent tux 120 Hunter Act to deflna and make clear the statute Soc 1308ro lating to drawing weapons and shoot ing on public highways 207 Wilson Act authorizing justices of the peaceto hold court tvjce a month SENATE BILLS 33 Bosworth An act giving to authorized corporations the right to construct dams across navigable streams and allowing them to exercise the right of eminent domain The bUlls so drawn that It applies only to Cum berland Falls where a power plant is to be erected 83 CombsAn act to accept the provisions of an act of congress allow tag Increased appropriations for the Agricultural Experiment Station 103 NellAn act to provide for an annual school for city and county health fflcers at which shall be taught the handling ot contagious die eases 86 Combs An act changing the name of Kentucky University to Tran yjyj nU University I Iarj L 160 CuretonAn act nllowlnj the commonwealths attorney In Loulsvlll two district detectives 21 Hognn An act abolishing regis tratlon of voters In clUes of tho fifth and sixth class 122 Watson An act to create an educational commission to investigate the needs of the schoola of the state and try to devise some plan by which tho conditions can bo Improved 110 Peters An act changing the time of holding court in tho Twelfth Judicial district 27 Hives An act allowing tho attorney general three assistants a law tferk and a stenographer 191 E M Tavlor An act for the maintenance of public levees the bill affecting only Hlckman county 149 NellAn act to prohibit the sale of Intoxicating liquor by wholesale in a local option territory to any except a licensed retailer or wholesaler 181 Burnnm An act creating a bl partisan board of control of charlti ble Institutions 84 CombsAn act appropriating JOOOO for the repair of tho monument- of Henry Clay 135 LnnAn act providing state aid for free tuberculosis hospitals where erected and maintained by private subscription 146 CombsAn act to appropriate 65000 for the erection of a new build- Ing at the House of Reform and to pay tho existing deficit C6 Newman An act appropriating JJOOOO a year for two years for the erection uf suitable buildings on the State Fair grounds 34 Bosworth An act to amend the constitution so as to allow the state to aid II buildings roads and to permit eAQJl county to Issue additional bonds for road purposes NellAn act appropriating 5T 000 for the bepefit of the insane asylums of the state and the Feeble Mind ed t InstitutepurnanAn act opproprlatlni 40000 for tho State Normal and In Ouatrlal School for Colored People 166 II H SmithAU actprovldlrii for a subexperiment station in eastern and one In western Kentucky and 61 proprlatlng 5000 for each 108 LandramAn act to allow the reassessment of property In McLean county where the courthouse and rcc bfds were burned 164 Bosworth An not appropriat Ing 476000 for the completion and maintenance of the new capitol and the surrounding grounds 16 DonaldsonAn act to allow fia CRl courts to appropriate money for the care and qugtpdy of courthouses 37 WalkerAn act changing thi bonds of public officials so as to do away With the unlimited bond 20 Hogan An act providing that adjoining property owners must share tbo expense of a division fence 193 Campbell M An act Increasing the maximum liquor license in cities nI the second class to 500 I 7 CombsAn acT flTlng tire TSttK Of personal intangible property and epmpng It from taxation If the owner is not a resident of this stato but has a trustee here 92 WalkerAn act allowing fourth class cities to issue bonds for street Improvement and providing for the oonstriictlon of sewers on the tenln 8tallmeiit plan 254 Rives An act approprlntlni 23000 for tho Kentucky School for the Deaf at Danville 175 WatsonAn act regulating the opening and closing of streets In fourthclass cities 12 Burnam An act creating office pt stenographer to the Governor at 1200 per year 41 WilhelmlAct to prevent oper ation of poolrooms where betting on hore aces Is carried out provides 1000 to 5000 fine also prohibits handbooks for betting on races but except regularly organized racetracks from the provisions of the bill 32 Bosworth An act to authorize under certain conditions and restrictions tho use of public highways roads and turnpikes by persons firms ana corporations engaged In the manufacture transmission and distribution ot electricity for lighting heating and power purposes 44 Wright Act providing for two additional assistant mine Inspectors And providing rules for operation of nines with more safety to miners ESTILL COUNTY Noland Jesse Farthing and Miss Lucre tia Walton both of Cfookec creek were married the 26th ult Elbert Winkler of Beren preached at tho Crooked creel hurch Saturday and Sunday Leonard Lay was the guest of Huston Walton lost wcekRito Garrett of Irvine was the guest of his brother O B Garr Saturday and Sunday J J Meial Logsdon of Berea drt d Che 25th ult and was buried in the Red Hill cemetery She leaves- a husbandand seven children two of whom are twins only two weeks old Walter Richardson and wife were visiting Art Wink- ler Sunday Amos Kichardson and wife spent Thursday night with W C Richardson Eggs For Hatching From purebred Rhode Island Red and Single Comb Brown Leghorn chickens Also a few line lockerals for sale Prices reason able Minerva L Hagins Jack son Ky Worry kills more people than orkbut it is a blamed sight- S WY to die 11 t E L1- ME PRATTATolooftheCapn Cod Fisher Folk it By Joseph C Lincoln ju AtifAor qf Can IS rortnru qf titt TldEvas Illtutrition br T D MlrlU I I- MLC li IWI A pau SYNOPSIS fsrt7tItJ1R IMr Botomon rrtt beran i rmtomfIIIHIresl lIecauAof laUfl pair lubIIa ex- lJelltlture QrnO 1iLI s qut Impici lon was conncclLU lunaUc CUAPTKrt IlTrvf arrival of Jame Hopper Vnn Brunt ull save Pratt ir i IIICorlnat about the New Vorker wlaiie4 jo IIyO what they termed Natural Van Brunt II 110 learned was t uccearul suitor fur the hand of MlHfAcne Page who lilt y Hartley up 1 CJtAl TSft rilIol ratt will engaged pendJulCHAPTIR Too ManCooka It was a day or 4I after that that I NSkte Id been ou- tinthe ge sloop wltiIretot boitrdo- rthcrwure IbJglnn ng to lot thicker at the Qjja4OW same as the niosqultocE and on my way home I mot Nate driving down the Neck road He was In tho carryall and I hailed him as lie coins abreast of W8 Cellos Njite I fays Taklngtho alr are youlSlie pulled up hs horseIt dldnl take a hard pull and while tho crlt tar leaned up against the shafts and golf ft npNate talked to mo It appeared thbt 1I1 rl Ijoo n tlp1 CF Jess trpublo down his way Jluldy Aiij and Lord Jamep hajqt agreea wy tQ9 well i You Ice says fate taking a calico handkerchief out his hat and swabbing his bald head with t Its that valet fellerrhes too stuckup to live J want gplqff 9with him og tbat point so ha welit ahead wltU his yarn He come parading out to the barn says Nate and give out that hed been appointed cook In Huldy Anns place Well shed been sort of laying herself oy j njlKM yt9 please tUJvenlng y nt the tioiifQ giving gs for supd and dried ap Pie pie jJaomowlwrciBd the like of thnti1 bp chucked ovurkf nix ho got sort BAn Explanatid hgM Jitr ItiIK KY 3 fr 11 T iys udtllhad a J to tO 1I1ttU 8JfJPUtI Sf 1iior4i 1 tUltnoiIbt rl pu aIB3tJ5inhIi iui- lo COIJl tISu out a char sonl PiPtook him down I ChatlIWpann1I says she Ive 1 x youve got hairs on your bead and a plain wood I1rt ajwnys donn me phe snyji Jo cooked that steak and sayl Ilf bet tho IronJawed Man I see once at a dims show up to Uoston couldnt havq got away with It Tough Why the pesky Idiot nevfr poundud It a bit How do you expect to got tender steak if ou dont pound It 7 Haw hawtWhen he got through laughing he went on to say that him and Huldy had Jecjdej 19 go qver to her sisters at Datable for It visit Weve been intending to go for is good while hov says And now wo oan do It without Its costing much Pay for tho house goes on whether were there or rot and the railroad faroll bo more made up by the saving in our own grub Im a peace oiler anyhow says he and Thered bo no peace whi47zin4that Urltlshor was together Case of too many cooks spoiling the soup hoyT Says I I SoupSMieisays Well you wait a little spell aurtfcKaslng around after ai now cook Inside of a week Im a I0 li thats allr He was rlghl Couple of days later I heard from K imte T that the Twins hud hioj Han ih Jane Purvis to do the cooking for em Hauiinh Janod lato lamented bad been cook on a lanka boat when he was young so I suppose she ctllated shod Inherited the knack I had my doubts- I was gettingreal chummy with tho Hcavenlles by this time so one after noon I walked jbp to tho Scudder placo to see em1ley were sprawled out On the chairs with their feet on the falilngland they hailed me a- sfrluf1tlfrw s rfch as they was Inc d of belnfe poorer uall Jobs tqr y I notlcet Lord iKl est1ptoeing- around In the parlor IIY mentioned him 1 Jydur valet man hrejJ yshe want quite to the skipperfsjtasto as cook hey T JThey both laughed Van Brunt with goodnatured Ha hal and Hartley with that quiet chuckle of his j Jf mes Bald Vanfia glittering FctIII1loth wardrobe but ho dls tlK 5i tohldo his talents under a hitch en Bushel r James said Hnrtley appears to sppl the same methods to trousers and steak I 1- Profses both of em dont het I says ialnklng of Scuddors yarn Flat as a board1 says Van De sides which this is supposed to be a pleasure cruise for Martin and me and James serves with the cheerful dignity ifptj undertaker lies too complex werearn fur simplicity and rest I I grinned fcljWell youvo got the simplicity wl ah aint you 7 I al ng about akedIBoth et Life JB4g 4 0 name of talking thin hinges off a barn doorLord sas Van Lots chango the subject Uy tho way Martin Its odd that Agnes hasnt written Hartley was setting out towards tho front of the porch where tho sun could get at him Now ho shifted back Into the shadow of the vines Is It time for a letter to reach hero ho asked Why yes I should think so Sho was to reach Now York on the first and sail on that day She would prob ably write on the seamcr It was a fast boat anti allowing that tho letter came back Immediately woll I dont know that It Is time yet Ho began to whistle I gathered that twas the Page girl he was talk ing about The valet hind told about her going on a trip to Europe But It struck mo that for an engaged man Van Brunt was the easiest In his mind of anybody ever I see Ive never beon engaged myself but judging by them Ive known who was hed ought ldx be shooting telegrams to Europe faster than you could shako em out of a pepper box Neither of em spoke for a minute Then Hartley asked quiet as usual Have you written her Van T Oh yes dropped a line the other day telling her wo were safe and duly housed and so on Whooped up the joys of tile Natural and begged her to go thou and do likewise Which she would like to do probably but which alsoIf I know tier highly respected mamma sho wont Where did you address your lot terV Hartley asks after a little Liverpool care of her usual hotel Sbcll get It all right always provided she hasnt already organized a settlement colony of small Hooligans In the Liverpool slums But there Lets forgot morals and matrimony Helgho Wonder whats doing In tho ticct T Not that i caro n rod They seemed to have forgot mo alto gather But I was Interested In their talk all the same and Ive tried to put It down just as I heard It Twas queer talk but they was queer folks and I was learning how tho bigbugs dono their courting From wftnt Id henrd so far I liked tb j Yemouth way full aswellThe front gate clicked Van Brunt looked up Great Scott says ho lll tho phonograph Twas Hannah Jane Purvis coming home from the next house with a dish pan full of peas Hannah was a kind ot scant patterned critter vthout much csnvhi on her PUICS hJ hur sleeves mOst generally rolled up She had brindled hair clewed back so tight off her forehead that her eyes wouldnt shut good and the Impression you got from the first look at her was that slut was nil square cornjrg =jjyt K ruw tub u In tt l hit Well says she coming up Into the wind In front of the piazza and looking at me hard I do believe Its Solomon Pratt Why what a stran ger yOu be I aint seen you for I dont know when I tlfdnt Kuuw when either anti I didnt try to remember Sufficient unto the day Is tho trouble belonging to 1111 The Scriptures say If I recollect Itrlght and twas enough for me thftt shed seen mo this time Shp cwit ovr l1sha ttnd ajl aid plank9 hcr self down on tho stops right In front of Yan Brunts chair There aint nothing shy or unfriendly about lIsa nah Jane shes the most folksy fe male I ever come across and always wasMY IlKoa IIIII she turnn TPunl tfj Vat I nee ilr Pratt cqmo IQ hero and I couldnt make out who was Thinks II Theyve got company end Old He Look Like Em7 Asks Van I roust Slit ti re quick1 BO beck I put and I dont knpw as Ive got a full measure of peas cause It seemed to mo that some of em spilled ort tho top when Capn Poundberry was emptyln em In I hope not cause peas is high now Not that it makes any difference to wohi off folks like you Mr Van Brunt but Hadnt you better go back and pick em upT asks Van solemn as an owlrOh laud of loyal no There want enough for that Besides Iwanf to see Mr Pratt Well Mr Pratt says she I suppose youro surprised enough to find me working out Dear dear I dont know what Jehlol be that was my first husband would have Bald nor my second one neither But there we cant none of us never tell whats In store for us In this world can weT I made some sort of answer dont- mttqrwliqt She went ahead lament Ing over what K comedown twas for her to work out Ypud think shed boon used to marble halls to bear her She settles tho dishpan between her knees and starts In shelling peas talking a blue streak all the time She was a wholo sewing circle in herself that woman Jehlol was such a quiet man she says after a spelltone scarcely ever talked Didnt have a chance thinks samulIsmylfirst Hartley had took up the Natural Life book and was trying to read I- tive7 and says mournful 4frNot MU Purvis 1 Ijfc fc love Wo have nuVcr had tho pleasure The pleasure was wholly the Capns says Van Brunt unler his breath It Hannah Jan hoard him she didnt let It worry her Well she says twas this way Capn Jehlcl him that was first husbandwas the most Vcgular man In his habits that over was I goes Every Saturday night nil the time wo was married and we Was marrlct eleven year not counting the two after ho was took sicklie always had baled beans for supper I ujjjjd to say to him Jehlcl I used to say aint you tired of baked beans T I should think youd turn Into beans youre so fond of Vm Hut he never dill and She stopped for a second to got her breath Van cut In quick That wasnt the cause of his death then he asks very grave Who what- Turning Into beans Of course not I believe you SaM he dltjnl turn I said ho never got tired of cm Course he didnt turn Into cm Who over heard of such a thhiifcl at iwas saying ejerysSalurdny night we had em and tone night was the last one poor thing SlIl stopped 101Jhertray go on Mrs Purvis says Van very polite You were sayng twas the last beanto I said twas his last well night There was beans enough land knows Wen I had em on the table and ha set down Hannah says ho I dont feel like beans tonight I looked at him It want because they want good beans Im always as particular all can be about cooking beans Always put such to soak over night on a Friday and then Saturday morning I take em and put em In the beanpot along with some molasses and a nice chunk of pork You cant be too par llcular about your pork Dont I used to say to the man that drove the butcher cart dont says tglvo me nothing but fat pork Might well havo plain lard and be done wIMi It GIve me says I a streaked chunk streak of lean anti a streak of lat Then I put em In the oven and bake Vm fill day andby night theyre ready So when Jehlol says to me Hannah I dont feel like beans 1 set and looked at him Did he look like em asks Van Hannah Jane switched round on the stop and stared at him Uut hQ was as sober as a church Rtl Jtl1t running ovgr with sympathy scorned so so she sniffed and went on Ho looked sick she says and I could see that he was sick too Sb I got bUn to bed and what a night I put In Oh the hot jugs to btt cell Oh liedDrremember him dout YOll1 Great big tall man with gray whUkors1 No walt a minute Twas Dr White that had the whiskers Dr Wake was smoothfaced No seems to me he had a mustache t toniembor he did because lio was engaged to 1111110 Bakers sisters girl and she usc4 to say that when she once gqt him for good hed have to raise more beard than that Situ said a doctor without a beard wan itico a softboiled egg with outvithoutwithout something or nother In It Strange I cant think An egg without something In It Chicken possibly suggests Van No indeed Salt thats what twas A softbtled egg without salt tq It Now youd ought tg tjo careful abgul bllqn fggs as you had about HUythng else Way some folks bile eggs Is a sin and shame Ive e fggs so hard that you could huld n stone WaJl out Pf cm snows so and then agqln Ivn ot cm when Ive Actually had to drink em Now when 1 bile eggs I always lot me Ice I want speaking of eggs when 1 fut started Where was I You wore telling us abou beans 1 believe Mrs Purvis nUrs Van again sweet and buttery as can be I seem to havo a dim WofUU0U C f ljrJsi Mri Pi- Oh yes ytlll I was going on to toll of JeWels mfferlns Mr Van Brunt If I could only begin to give you an Idea of that poor critters agony Why ho whos that at the back dort Twas the neighbors boy fts It turned out come to borrow tt cupful tI gUEIf lilfle tioK Hannah Jane away from I s which was a mercy he dropped the dishpan and wont In sideVan Brunt looked after her Will some one please Inform me says he whether Ive been at a clinic or a funeral or Just a cookingschool sos sion Humph says Hartley Unfor tunate Interruption Noiy wq shant Itfarn what lccani of the longsuffer IllsJehlolOh dodM says Van I wanted to find out what became ot those beans I understand now why they put At Rest on Johels gravostonp I saysHartley turned to me Skipper he says lyou mustnt think that van and I are altogether coldblooded be cause we refuse tq weep over ftc ilo parted Sarnuols This lady has Cheered ui with happy little memories of this kind ever since sbd agreed to demean herself and make nit biscuit at fourfifty per She began with her cousin who died of smallpox and shes worked down through tho family till shes got to her husband Yes says Van and hes only her first We shall hear lator how Number Two fell Into a stQiiecrushor or was boiled In oil Lordi fHanH Purvis had five brothers says It and theyve all died within tho last ten year Youve got more funerals coming to you It was quiet for a few minutes Out back we could hear Hannah Jane lay Ing Into the neighbors boy because he tracked mud on the kitchen floor It was no use says Van decided I refuse to renew my subscription to- The Dally Morgue All those In fayor ot parting with the Widow Purvis at once Immediate P D Q II will say Ayes Gontrarv minded No Its a VQte Hannah Is erased What shall we do Martingo back to James and or feed ourselves Hartley seemed to be thinking Skipper says he to me you can c9 I y I tb9 Iait It J f A valldcan tat our chowdor flue IIKO It und come back for more 1VIll you como and hclpius ouU What do you sa7 iio Van Brunt sat up straight Mar 1 tin says ho youro as comforting as t trio shadow of a great rock In aIn a something or other Youre a genius Pratt youvo got to come hero and live with us We need thee every hour an Mrs P sings at 5 a in which U her ungodly time for getting out of bed Its settled youro com lug Well now hold on says I Seine ways Id like to and If you want plain cooking why I guess likely I can give It to you Hut business Is business and theres my boat and my living for Ihe summer Youro hero only a month as I understand It andto That didnt make no difference I could fetch the Dora Bassott along too Van said Hartley explained that they Intended to stay through tho summer anyhow perhaps later Ho went on to tell that he and his chum was what ho called redeemed conventionali ties or some such name and that they Intended to stay redeemed Theyd hitched horses and agreed to find the Natural In nil Its glory And tho Natural they was going to find If It took a thousand year And while were giving you tho story of our lives skipper says Hart Icy with one of his half unities I want to say right line that our pros ent surroundings arent all that fancy painted em Theyre too much In tho P lime light This was just ono ot his crazy ways of saying things I WAS getting used to em a little by now Were too prominent be says The populace tire too friendly and Inter estedAlso says Van the select bunch of feminine from tho hotel havo taken to making our front walk a sort of promenade Martin and I are naturally shy we vine for solitude There was more ot this but I man aged to find out that what they wanted was a quieter place than Scudders A placg off by Itself whore they could bo M natural as a picked chicken I agreed to try and help cm find such a place And I said too that Id think about tho cooking Idea Money didnt seem to be no objectI could have my wngos by tho hod w barrvlful Just as I see lit cltpays I getting up to go Ill see Let me sleep on It for a spell sames you fellers have dono on Nates plnfeaihor beds hut I aint so sure about your staying all aUnt mar How about tUut young lady friend of yours Mr Van Brunt She may tai o i notion to send for you to Introduce her to the king of Cblny or the grand panjandrum with the lit tie round bottom on top Then youd have to pack up and out your cable Van be looked bard at mo for a minute I thought first he was mad nl P Q for putting my oar In where It want supposed to booThen ho laughed Sol says ho that young lady qnd I are kindred spirits For u year Im natural ILIII hapPy and elm can nurw hr Hooligans anti go on tUarJty sprees Then well then we taU back on our rvtpvclod parents ant- ittdt4urbhiuiK Hey Martin Hartley In the shadow ot the tin lIt another cigar and nodded hit ho didnt say nothingIFor the nexA three ut four days I ehanjj Ittmkth trying to find a house MO tot where them Heavenly lutmUca could be natural I located 1 rouplo of bully summer places till trees and wln nila nml posy beds Id hut utxl cold water and land knows what Uut t wouid jiw111leda states prison In a desert I judged P For a week or ton days we kept the hunt up but didnt have nq luck t Whenever Id think Id Mnrovvrtxl a promising outfit ttiQ Hvtvwullcn would turn to 8t tlWWP litt Wgo of objoc i HUll 1 gn4 hury It agajn Alter five or I Ui unoraln Qt this kind I got sort oti IJand I happened to ask cm If I wanted Wo and the sloop of tto 11t11ftday There WM to bo Fwuih of culebrttiii y er to Ka twlch anti JulIof the hoarders wanted to go and I the ialloon and the races and I Hrcaod pig chase and such like It thisi Twins didnt care Id tako the Job 1 said Uut they took notion to RQ themselves Van said twould be An a excuse tor mo to give em another chowder If nothing more So on the morning of the Fourth WI started mq and Van Brunt and Hartley An4 jrl James In tho tkr k Iftssett Tall tbQu lrulll1slH N knQwnaud yet i 4- t l1t qf t comeBut tligro let we ten JOlt about It- Continued Next Week O K RAILWAY EPF1JCTIVI3 NOV 1l IDOl WEST BOUND Daily Kx Sun 1ST CLASS Uo OIAH- A M V V- Ly Jackson 11 05 3 00 p OK Junction 11 15 8 10 Frozen 11 31 3 33 Vanclevo 11 38 3 12- Willmrst 11 44 3 52 05Itosot1IlelecluW4Ar Cannel City 12 85 50 EAST HOUND Daily Ex St n 2U ULAIS 1ST crasu A M p- Lv y Cannel City 7 10 1 00 17rItoseFork 8 00 1 39 44lrillntra f7FrozenOK Junction 9 25 2J5 Ar Jackson 9 30 2 30 I leavesCannelleaves Jackson at 4 00 p m N L CONLEY Gen Mgr i I tf v4 I