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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 1Wc r r rj r ir r OU1 I Best Advertising M6dium BREATH NEWS I The Largest Circulation L y MI I JYIN BRSATHITT AND ADJOINING COUNTIES TTH OF ANV PAPER IN THIS TIONt F i tY J WISK llAoiNs Editor and PtlblliiherAA NKWBiAi DKVOTKD TO TIII IMTEBKSTS OK EASTERN KENTUCKY 4ONx DottAR Pxa YEAR in ADVANCE 11 I Volume VIIJackson Kentucky ifriday April 10 1908 r Number 24 I t THE lPJEW STGRJ OF jEuster Isaacs SprintrStock We have a big stock of v w 1 Clothing allJeI1S Suits 7501000 Suits for 5 50o 700 Suits for 2 50V 400 Suits for j A Big Line of Pants from 74 cents up 8 Childrens Suits from 75 cents up 2 r 9 Knee Pants from 19 cents up 1 ry S 116 tfWe Have a Big Stock of Shoes l that we will sell for I 25 Per Cent Less Than Cost Hats and Shirts goat the same reduction Ladies Shirt Waists and Shirts go the same way Come to the few Store M and look at the great bargains we arc offering In all kinds of Furnishing Goods Te kW v t01re OF EUSTER ISAACS aleC G a Q Q o oo3 FLOYD DAY Pres J HAMUBL HEAD Jr Cnnliler gI F 1 CUAWFOUIJ Vlco Ire J- 1I 1 DWO AcUn CnYUlly W S IIOIIEIt Asat CnalitF III IHBtlimillll F izi OUR- BANKING tYr- r METHODS tJ at ti ARE SATISFACTORY tfpIfToct y you arc lire not already in this num tl t ber yhynot open an account now 1 t Call in and t al the subject over with fiFo us A call will entail no obligation F Wont secY I t J l dI O PAIDUP CAPITAL and SURPLUS 2733000 I 1 JAOKSON DEPOSIT BANK t Jackson Kentucky OOOOOO Om = if THEr 4Southern RyOF- FERS ifl 1 t Homeseekers Rates j i Arkansast I i ri xMf + Louisiana v r Oklahoma jK 1 Texas Tickets on sale the first and third Tues W0Qf each month Apply to any Southern Ry Agent or write C00 D P A B S Y NT T P A w- r4 P1 i1X 7 r JI Breezy Paragraphs IUOM IIKA1TYVIIIK KNTHHllllSK Adam dropped his jug of molasses when he resigned A bird in hand is worth two in the bush Adams dont think Those who favor carpet hag rule will no doubt vote for Adams They pay no man cnn be a prophet in his own country This will probably explain Judge Adams removal from his native county Many attempts have been made to reach the north pole None have met with more diurnal failure than Adams attempt to be nom sated for Circuit J udScIGeorge Washington may have been the father of his country but James P Adams cah beat that He is the fnthcr of the Re publican party in Breathitt county Why prolong Adams agony with a primary The result will be the same primary or conten tionThe Warden of the penitentiary has reused no howl on account ofI the crowds Adams sent to him Adams calls attention to his prosecution of Brcathilt county assassins About how many did he convict 1 The hitherto impossible feat of a man biting his own nose oft was accomplished by Adams when ho resigned the ollice of Commonwealths Attorney Adams piece in The News says The Governor recognizing in Judge Adams n roan of marked ability etc II Was it the Gover nor The news here was that it was Dogtax CoxIThis Judicial District is a battleground The death of Judge HillI dellcreated a vacancy in the ollico of Circuit Judge The Lieuten antGovernor according to his lights appointed u successor ac- Ceptable and agreeable to himself lint there is a difference between appointments and elections One seeking an appointment may storm the works of the appointing power but that does not mean that he CUll run the race before tho pc6 ple The Republican party has a race tins year and next The Democrats may bo creditedwith rigiluncc If we make a mistake hoy will profit Drink Wdinscotts Pop to A M Back of Seitz was here- In i s business Monday V L Boyd of Roosevelt was here on business MondaS G B Taulbee of Rose Fork was hero on business Saturday Z T Pence of Lattiiwas here uesday aftergrass seed and other to merchandise Green Haddix has moved intoJ ono of A L Hagins houses on UBt Main street dJamehas been sick for several weeks is able to be out a ainJH Gross the produce man of Uhol way hero Monday inter icwing our merchants E W Combs and J M Allen of Cloy Hole were hero tho first of the week after a boat loadof Igods for Mr Allens storeaJohn M Snowden resigned his position with the Ohio Valley Tie Company to superintend the workS on his farm near the o quicksand Benton Blanton who has been oft on a four months furlough and isiting his homo folks hero left Tuesday to join his company in the U S army in Idaho Wra L Hurst Jr and daugh er Miss Lula of Malaga were uestsof Dr O H Hurst and ether relatives in Jackson from Saturday until Monday- S W Cecil president of the First National Bank of West Lib rty accompanied by Mrs M T Womack and Mrs C WWomack md son Master Roger Clay stopt- p don their return from Cincin mti last week and tho ladies were tbo guests of Mrs W W Me ler i FROM ROYAL OKAPE CREAM OF TAR- TARROYAL BakingPABSOLUTCLV Punts Hiram Centers Injured Hiram Center while at wor repairing the foundation of what is known as the Red House wo badly crushed by part of the faun dation falling on him It i thought he has uuir chance o recovery Rev Geo O Barnes Dead The Rev George O Barnes the famous mountain evangelist t of Kentucky died on Sanibcl Island oinlte coast of Froida whey he has lived in retirement foi several years He became widely known an an evangelist in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky andafterward made a tour of tin world Revival meetings conducted by him were attended by urea t crowds and thousands were led bj him to profess Christianity Jetts Creek Dl1ls1tdJaU tvek Wilso Nccley of Cannel City visited his father lhlaw at this place from Saturday till Monday Klisha Johnson and Julius McIntosh who have been attending school at Boron for the past six months have returned home Miss Lillie Terry of Turkey vis Mrs Luther Little Saturday Too farmers of this vicinity have quit logging and gone to plowing Mrs Rachel McIntosh visited Mrs Vicy McIntosh Sunday Mrs Julia Ann Jett of- Cow Creek was hero on business the first of the week Henry Mclntosh sold 1000 ties to Charley Warner and has HOOO more for sale Willie Miller and Augustus Thye visited home folks atI St Helens Sundayllenry Mc lntosh has sweet potato plants for sale The K P Lumber Co have their narrow gunge road on Jetts Crick John Little and wife visited Henry McIntoshand family the first of the weekICoon Johnson has built a freight boat 48 feet long andis now ready haul freight Elisha Johnson building a now house on his farm at the mouth of Jetts creek Julius McIntosh attended the at Luther Littles Saturday nightElisha Johnson Jr andI Julius McIntosh wcro at Cope Branch Sunday Two young maidens of that neighborhood is sllidJ be the attraction SxoWUAUi UOM ANOTHER COKKKSPONDENT Oscar Terry and Willie Allen have returned home from a trip the river Henry Mcln made a business trip to Atho- lrucsdayIViso and Abraham Johnson are hauling tics to the mouth of Jetts creek Andy Roberts of Turkey creek had his house destroyed by tire and lost 200 in cash Miss Francis Wise isited Mrs Ance McIntosh thec first of the weekMisses Lizzie Pruda Allen visited Misses Ellen and Frances Wise Saturday eveningGreen B Woods made business 1 trip tq Jetts Creek Saturday Among those who visited Misses Isabel and Pruda Allen Sunday were Misses Pruda Jack Ellen and Frances Wise Anderson Spicer Willie Johnson and Lee Keen Coon Johnson- is building a new house at the mouthof Jolts creek Mr and Mrs E P Landrum of Lost Creek wop visiting friends here the first 6ft the week Rev A S Petrey editor of tho Hazard Mountain Evan e1ifJ 4 preached an interesting sermon ao the Baptist oliurcltiSundayttliich I was listened attontivoljfby thJJil congregation licjf Petreyispasy J or of two n i5n Pe county and is tfouijop rjpin I religious circled iucli liyftto Ken j tacky troth in tho wl tt- hIa paper nk t A 0 i- Y r rt i 1 on I A tag from A 10cent piece will count FULL value JA tag from a Scent piece will count HALF v- alueTOBACCO fiIf r t rL 1I t with valuable tags Save your tags from I BLACK BEAR GRANGER TWIST 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tea spoonful doses after meals andat bedtimeFluid Extract Dandelion one half ounce Compound Karnon one ounce Compound Syrup Sar locnllIsimple harmless ingredients can be obtained at nominal cost from our home druggists The mixture is said to cleanse strengthen the clogged and inactive Kidneys overcoming Backache Bladder weakness and Urinary trouble ofall kinds if taken before the stage of Brights diseaseThose who have tried this say it positively overcomes pain in the back clears the urine of sediment and regulates urination especially at night curing even the worst form of bladder weakness Every man or woman here who feels that the kidneys are not strong or acting in a healthy man should mix this prescription at home and give it a trial as it is said to do wonders for many personsThe Pa Times was first to print his remarkable prescription in October of 1900 since when all the leading newspapers of Now York Boston Philadelphia Pittsburg andother cities have made many announcements of it to their readers Eggs For Hatching From purebred Rhode Island Red und Single Comb Brown Leghorn chickens Also a few fine I cockerals for sale Prices reasonable Minerva L Hagins Jack son Ky NOTICE There will be a Farmers Institute held in Jackson on Thursday and Friday April ICth and 17th 1008 under the auspices of the Breathitt County Farmers Club and the Department of Agricul ture of Kentucky Good speak ers on important subjects to farm ors will be discussed Come and her them W D BACK Secretary G W Sat President beerWygrV ba CM 10 crayon liAents 40 or 0OU1 + O cent Ynan nl o cento- J 4ues Pao St w y r ter coot r Cata ni Mrslfree Frank n TRfl Company 1208 W TaylorSt Chicago 111 Stop with Hart Brothers at the I eed H9t l wjille its L injftoq t to w b i Irt 0 0 1Js 6T Crockettsville M J Reynolds was at J B Lewis Saturday in the interest of photography lie is doing good work and is worthy of tho patron age of the people Walter Dea ton is delivering COO railroad ties to tho mouth of Lungs creek to await a buyer Chris Frick and his crew have gone to Napier Perry county to brand 1200 trees bought bv the square timber firm now in camp on Squabble creek Mrs Armilda Sawyers of the Freeman fork of Longs creek is very low with lung trouble and her recovery is doubtful Ben ton Deaton of Miller branch was at Joseph Johnsons Saturday on business for his brother Born to tho wife of James Cornett last I week twin boys James is a hustler and if such blessings tire I to be continued he may expect to I have to hustleA miracle has occurredon Longs creek lately I in the conversion of Rhodes Hall from drunkenness and Samblidgll but tim conversion did saidlthounal weapons but use only the sword of tho spirit it knight have been betterClemons The recent tide washed away considerable fencing in this neighborhood S M Noble and othI CthoJ E Lang passed here Monday for Jackson and stated that he hadabout 100000 staves in Quick sand that he bought on the Laurel Fork of Quicksand Charley Miller and Martha Fugato were united in the holy bonds of wedt lock Monday by Rev Henr Clemons who officiated in his usual happy style H C ClemI ons has a history that the tallest man in the worldJohn Hale of LancashireEngland who was nine feet and six inches high and his hands were 17 inches long and 8i inches broad WILD ROSE RousseautJohn Craft has a bad case of pneumonia foyerAndy Mclnl osh is improving and it is thought that he will get well People arcI Vsy putting back their fence that the big tide washed away Dan McIntosh and others will hold sert vices at Squire 0 P Backs theII first Sunday in May Everybody invited Tho Odd Follows are preparing to build a hall at G P Jacks on Meat Scaffold d Sundays April 1Q is Easter y 11f l Sentence Remitted Acting Governor Cox has re mitted the jail sentence of two years given Felix Feltner in the I Clark circuit court more than two i years ago The remission was 1 r r recommended by tho officials of j Clark county including Judge Benton as Feltner had already a sold his farm to pay the fine of o 3000 which was assessed against thim at tho timo the jail sentence was given himifFeltner was fined for contempt of court in assisting in smuggling Slhis cousin Mose Feltner and other witnesses away from tho 1 t trial in the damage case of Mrs Marcum against the Harrises and 13 F Fronch was fined at tho same time 5000 for the same of j fense Feltner has been in Okla horna pending a decision of his I Case in the Court of Appeals and is reported to be in very bad Fhealth French also made an appli cation several weeks ago to have States part of his fine remitted his petition was turned down 1 Governor Willson Herald Mrs B H Herald was tho guest 4of her daughter Mrs W D Gun t diff of War creek the first of the t 1werethe first of the week James Johnson and Alex Herald were at t s Oakdale the first of the week Harlin Griffith was the guest of t her parents B H Herald and wife i r v Sunday Richard Herald was at Oakdale Sunday Misses AliceIand America Short of were visiting friends at Puncheon JrFriday till SundayOn the v Sunday in April at3 oclock there will be preaching at Henry Gabbards on Puncheon Camp Everbody is invited to come PERRY COUNTY Buckhorn Delayed last trek Miss Sarrah Couch visitedrMisses Martha and Mary McIn sh Saturday Clifton Gross is on the sick list James Gab bardvisited Miss Lizzie Evans Saturday and Sunday Miss illic Callahan is visiting friends at Jackson Luther Deaton is assisting in the normal at this placeThero are several boys 1 nd girls from ttending the normal hereIVo would be pleased to hear from The Dreamer aalnProf-H + arris wife will leave in a few tyaforher home sit the Blur MMV SNOW VtAKIBi t r tJ 1 in 51 n Co 11 1 t rJ f Jil w L = rrrrrfhe BreathitNews- SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE t 1 f 6 v J WISE HAGINS EDITOR 1t FRIDAY APRIL l67 a Notice to Candidates t Announcements of candidates for oflico will be charged for as follows For a District Ollice1000- For a County Oflico 500 Except a complimentary notice given each candidate at the time ho announces all communications boosting candidates will bocharced for at 5 cents per line Such com munications will be treated as r purely advertising matter for which The News does not assume any responsibility Cash must accompany nil orders for such advertising ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE I Ii We are authorized to unnounco JUDGE G W GOURLEY s Of 13eattyville KYns a candidate for circuit judge of this the 23d judicial district subject to the ac partyt JUDGE TAMES P ADAMS of Beattyrife Ky as a candidate Jar circuit judgo of thus the 23d judicial district subject to tho ac x j ction of the Republican party t COM MON WE ALTIIS ATTY 11 We are authorized to announce t rt A II s STAMPERIof Campton Commonwealths Attorney of rtle23d judicial district subject a tion of the Democratic party Election Nov 3 1908 I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of Common monwealths Attorney of the 23d judicial district composed of the counties of Brcalhilt Wolfe Lee and Kstill subject to the action of tho Republican party the support of all good citizens re gardless of party affiliations A II PATTON We are authorized to announce Z T UUUSTeOf Breathitt county as a candi date for Commonwealths Attorney for this the 23d judicial dis trict subject to the action of the Republican party JVe are authorized to announca KASITtias a for s e Attorney in the 23d judicial district subject to the action of the Republican party FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to announce JOHN W LANGLEY as a candidate for Congress for I c the Tenth Kentucky District sub joctto the action of the Republi pcan party FOR COUNTY CLERK I tako this means of announc inc myself as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Bronlhilt County subject to the action pf the Democratic party If elected I shall regardless of party allilia tjbris be your most obedient ser ALVRKU UussmLr To the Voters of Breathitt Co I am a candidate for the otliee jofCounty Court Clerk to be voted gLS at the November election 1009 GEO W NOHLE 1 ESTILL COUNTY Itv John Noland who is in school at Winchester came homo last traokto visit his parents We are sorry to know that I 11 David j Powell is very sick We hope she will soon be out again Wo had theII fl 7 largest tido in the Kentucky r elt wo have had for several years past I guess everybody that 1 had timber in the mountains had a chance to get their timber toIa o market J N Snowden is on the sick list and has been for the past month We have tho finest prospect for fruit in this section we have had for several years past I thought it would get killed on tho night of April 2 but thee wind kcp ttho frost offwo learnt James Maupin is going la move to Irvine iim short time with his grist mill where he expects to furnish the people their bread stuff at x reasonable price Judge O K Noland has been on tho sick list for the pist week Wo hear that Garnett Powell who went to Cincinnati to study telegraphy has left school on account of small pox lIe will return homo just as soon as the time passes for him to take tho small pox Mr Editor please give me space in your pa to congratulate John W I L Langley for what ho has done for vC the people of this congressional district for tho old soldier espe i daily who left his home with gun on his shoulder and knapsack on tiwhisback to defend his country J j ir that it should not be devided and I V that we should be ono grand great I ttnd lioble nation May God bless p i 1iIit JM y- A l r- x f p W t i Hr G I IlT YTF- OR SUITS YOUN MEN them with plenty in this life anc give them a better home aftoi death John W Langley is al ways ready to respond to their callnml it is just and right he should be I want John W to go to the next congress for 1 have the faith in him to do what he promises If ho was billed to niaki a spcooli at Irvine and the traiti was wrecked 20 miles away with no other conveyance ate hand he would walk to fill the appointmcu Judge W II Lilly who has been in Florida for his health for the past winter has returned to his homo At IrvinG where he will remain with his family Wo an glad to see him looking so well Wilhurst Our farmers are somewhat darn aged by tho washing rains that have fallen recently George S Terrill one of our leading merchants has just supplied hU house with a now and uptodato line of spring merchandise Florence Holton daughter of John Ilollon who has been very low with pneu U improving Rev and Mrs J B Flinchum of Morg visited the latters parents rand Mrs T T TcrriH hero last ee1cHo James A Kowcll came up frost Tyrone Thursday to visit his home here but will re soon Miss Lillian Gra who recently returned from tho Huzel Green Academy left Monday to attend Campion Academy raylor P Sowcll assist postmaster of Campion has of city life and come back home to spend a few weeks in the country George King of Callu visited his home hero Sunday N Hurst of Pear Tree passed through here Saturday on his way to Oakdalo where ho has position as storekeeper at the Jolt I Spencer distillery Rev Henry Taylor of Stillwaler held Chris lm services at the Bailio Field school house near hero Saturday hind Sunday Bro Taylor has been preaching to the mountain people for about forty years and wo are always glad to have him with us WOLFI5 COUNT- VCamntqn I Fiscal court was in session ruesI day and will likely last for or three daysS S Combs JL Richmond came up on bush en- sMonday11orlt j on the new bUildingRjonton work is in charge of A P Dye i of Hazel GrecnlIon Z T Hurst of Boxer and A H Put ton of Jnckson both aspirants for Republican nomination for Com f JG 4oi JII t j1ytiw 1 vo 1 of J oLIor rA l 1IcfI monwcaltlvs Attorney were 5r town MondnySam Kash C SISamploT E F Cecil II II go and G W Wheeler of Green and vicinity were in town Monday attending county court j The students of K W A an begining their rehearsals prepare I lory to being ready for commencement week which will be the firs week in MaySupt W II Chambers on Monday entered ar order fixing tho boundaries of anew school district at Oklahoma Tnor Taulbee of Dnysboro I and J C Lindon of Gilmore were both in town Monday shaking hands with their constituents D B Tyra of Stillwater was attending court here Monday nnd incidentally taking orders for mowing machines rakes c On the Seminary Fork of Still water Monday Floyd Burnett I aged about 16 years shot and in stantly killed lIarlRon Moore agedabout 15 years Burnett claimed the shooting was nccidcnt aland that the gun was dis charged by Moore in an effort on the part of Moore to wrest the gun from Burnett to shoot some birds The examining trial will be held before County Judge Cen ters Tuesday and in tho mean time Burnett is in jail There was only one eye witness it seems who is a very small boy and it is not known what he will state George Johnson attorney of Neolu also John Tester attorney of Stillwater were among tho visiting attorneys at county court hero Mondayt MASTER COMMISSION ERS SALE Breathilt Circuit Court James S Cope c Plaintiff vs Notice of Sale CL Terrill Defendant Under and by virtue of a judg ment of tho Breathilt Circuit Court enteredat the February term 1908 in the above styled action the undersigned Master Commissioner will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder at ton front door of the Court House in Jackson Ky between the hours of one and two oclock p in onIMonday April 27I1bB1 the following described property All that parcel of land lying on Frozen Creek i llreathitt cpuV ny and be r elr hih ro tlieicoItributarfQ Joe c ok thence u nth to Bill- said J Taulbeos I cor3 line thence witlTs cars lino to Grant Lovelys line thence with Lovelys lino to Caro line Terrills line thence with said- r al jo1Jr 0- i fi toIJust the kind of Suits that appeal most j ho uptodate young mat Suits full of life character and individuality in indexing pro iciscly all the ultra fashionable models of the I itailorsnounced long dipfront two und three button styles slashed nv liiifrrmrlivniirrli pockets new a idcns in lapel and cuff treatments shades of g every hue thats popular browns galore bluest Hnd grays the snappiest novelty patterns of the looms To the young man seeking a grand combination of style quality and good value we unhesitatingly commend our Art Sys tern JI Suits as best made in the world at the price 1250 1500 1750 2000 and 2250 t- rr f Boys Double Breasted and Q Novelty Suits All the finest thud most uptodate styles 1 for all ages from 2J to 17 lalsrhe most comprehensive display in Lexington and from a price standpoint by fur the best selection ast a comparison will ready convinco Jtyou 300 to 12 f Lexington Ky Itosx C line to the dividing ridge between the Clear Fork main Frozen crock thenco with said ridge to J U Wilsons line thence with said lino to the beginning I There is excluded from UN above boundary of land the fol lowing described boundary too I wlti Beginning on n walnut on II rock near the bank of Frozen I crock thence a southeasterly coiirso to the top nn easterly direction with jlie pointto the Kentucky Lumber Veneer Cos line thence with said line to main Frozen creek thence down said creek ti the beginning and will not be sold There is also excluded from the first boundary herein set out tin following boundary of land toI wit Beginning on a rock in tin branch at tho upper end of the field about one hundred and fifty yards from the mouth of the first left hand fork of Rock Lick thence a northeast direction with- n marked line to a sourwood or top of the thence down the point to a spotted oak thence n I northeast direction with a market lino to a mulberry near the mouth of the drain at the upper endof the field thence with the drain to the mouth of said drain thence n straight line to the top of thej point to n chestnut thence up the point to Joe Kpencers line thence down the ridge between Rock Lick and Negro branch to Caro line Tenills line thence with sAid ling to a spotted oak opposite the beginning thence down the point to the beginning will not be sold There is also excluded from tho first boundary of landabove set out the following boundary to wit Beginning at the creek on tho rock house just above the or char1 branch thence with Caroline Tcrrills lino to the top of the dividing ridgo between Clear fork and main Frozen creek thence tip the ridge between Clear fork and main Frozen creek to the Ken tucky Lumber Veneer Cos line thence with aid lino to George W Rogers line thence with his undo the crock thence with the meanders of the creek to the beginning and will not be sold There is also excluded from said first boundary herein set out the following boundary towit Beginning on ftslono corner of C L Torrill and Grunt Lovely thence down tlie brunch to main Rock Lick thencbip the branch with the brunch aqd tram road to the mouthof tlfti Old house branch about fifty yards to a walnut thence up the point of the Old Old house branch on the right hand side to Grant Lovelys line thence with his sine back to the beginning and will not be sold There is also excluded from the first boundary herein set out the pillowing boundary viz Begin I r wllllhv tree itndaroche on tbt left llpd fork of Rock Lick about Xfcn rods above the main forks frsaid Rock Lick thence a wesirly cpurso to the p of thefTlicnco up tho nointtoJoa ers line thence olyslinemain Re- ekLhicnco up Rock- yiy h S n Lick with the branch to the beginning and will not be sold Said sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve month time The purchaser will be re quired to execute bonds with good security thereon for equal install ments of purchase price pay able to the Commissioner bearim six per cent interest from dato until paid and having the force and effctrt of a judgment on which oxe cution may issue A lien will tx retained also on said land for tilt payment of said purchase money u purchaser may pay cash if desired The amount to be raised by this sale is as follows Balance of debt and inter 1est 0 7fiC14 Cost of suit 1500 Commissioners cost 22H2 Cost of advertising 250+ Total S254G J W CAKUWKM M C B C C I Jxo K PATHICK Attorney MASTER COMMISSION ERS SALE Broathitt Circuit Court Mary Ann Holliday Plaintiffv- s vs Notice of Sale Sheridan Holliday c Dcfts I By virtue of a judgment of sale of the Breathitt Circuit Court entered in the above styledcause at its February term 19081will otter for sale on r Monday April 27 1908 j between the hours of 11 oclockn m and 2 oclock p m the fol lowing described real property wit One moiety or onohalf interest in the following described property situated in the town of Jackson Ky and bounded as fellows One house and lot beginning three feet from the corner of the Christian Science church lot on the line of Broadway then along line of Broadway towards the blacksmith sloop fifty feet to a stone then running back from saidstreet about seventy feet to tho Sam Cole line now the line o- fC1 Little then with his line fifty feet to within three feet of saidchurch lot then a straight line to the beginning making said lot 50x70 feet Saidnboe described property will be sold at public auction at the front door of the Court House in Jackson Ky to the highest bidder on a credit of six months The purchaser will bo required to give bond for tho purchase money with approved security bearing interest from date and having the force and effect ofa replevin bond and a lien will be reserved in said bond on the land sold until oil the purchase money interest and costs is paid Bidders must bo prepared to comply with these tnrms Amount of debt and inter est 4GG05- Cost of suit V2J40 Commissioners costtCost of advertising 750I Total 0 51238 J W CARD LLL M O B C 0 J 10 s If II n w yIitf M Spring 1If- s Fashion ExhibittiWo are pleased to announce that we have received It large shipment of spring and summer llllillne1 3jlarge assortment of this seasons styles We have a wealth of beautiful trimmed hats both for street iinj loess together with a superb cxhi I bition of the capabilities of our own J tt designer A special invitation is extended to all to visit our millinery I department g = = S r- r 4 li We want the dress goods trade of every woman in Breathitt and the surrounding country and we are du ing all wo can to get it Yc are j 8 inesewing l H partmcut we ills showing some beau tj tihil wool ajul silk dross fabrics jH Here also will be found every no- H cessity needed in a womans outfit I OUR SPRING SHOE TRADE F Is now in full blast Not in the j recollection of tho oldest illhalitttllta carrysj i3 the uptodate styles and 05 x- I you will find in our shoe department representing all the present day fashionable leathers Every pair a creation in the shoemakers art titllf I t brown patent dull and kid leathers I itNsiLjiflii 1 c As for our spriug and summer line of Clothing Furnnishings and Hats for Men Boys and Children WELL you will make a mistake if you fail to look through our stock before you buy your spring outfit We invite your inspection of them They consist of the latest novelties both in ma- terialI and fashion Ask to see our line of soft and stiff hats which includes the well known Stetson brands Come to us for your straw and Panama hats and lightweight underwear and other furnishings n We are headquarters for Groceries c Drugs Paints and Oils Hardware Stoves Tinware all kinds of Farming Implements Pocket and Table Cutlery and every thing you need We carry the largest line of Iron Beds in Eastern Kentucky Call for catalogue 11= V DAY BROS CO r Wholesale and Retail Marchauatse- d rJ JACKSON KENTUCKY b Mt f J do n 1 1 M l I 8uF w w 1 J i w 1 = rW 7 rm tr N If y laff V The Breathitt News U 4 J WISE HAG INS EDITOR t CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAR lt tirldaypP 1 52S25iS2S252S2525a 1mDR 0 II SWANGOI t j IHYaiOIAX AND SUIHJKON- C Ofllco and lies Phone lHJm oNlJtY rn HSBaH J-I r6A Du C II HURST 4 1 PlIVSlCIAN AI SUIIOKON- OlRco in Postoflico Building Phone 51 Jackson Ky lole 3r crccdcc rIIItta C DR H P DUFF rw PllYHlCIAN AM SunmOsH I LOST CUKBK KY fl- Phono cnlls sent to E 1iLandrums toro answered K xfiCrCCxfxxsai1 3lllllltHIHMIHIHIIIWimilUnilWmmil3I g ATTORNEY AT LAW E I owibu ix IIUUST IJIG = i JACKSON KY KiniuiiMWUHHiimitiimmiiiiiiiiiiiwii See Professor Waltz nt the rink f V tonight a Best meat and lard nt Cole Gro H t eery Co Patton building i A slido for life Saturday 1nighton spates nt the rink Russell Wooton of Confluence was hero on business Thursday l Uov P 0 Derthick was in Lexington Wednesday on business For roitt Furnished or unfur nished rooms Apply to Mrs Charles Terry JIluuh Hiddell of Irvine was the week preparing j some of his cases for trial cnnjJudge Gourloy of lleuttyvillc was horn Thursday looking after his candidacy for Circuit Judge I Ell fnX iliiriVoT instituted n 1councilof the Jr 0 U A Mat with Ui charter mem bers on April 4th lion A P Byrd of Winches tcr a prospective candidate for the Democratic nomination for ThursdayIj v thave gone to Floyd Texas to visit tho formers parents They ex pect to be gone about two or three- weeks Day Bros Cowill have their millinery opening next Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday April III Iff and 10 Read their naw ad on the second page I v In the circuit court at Lexington 4 Monday Judge Parker continued I to the July term the cases of Alex I Ilargis Jesse Spiccr Ed Callahan and Hill Britton who are h truedI + with the assassination ol James I Cockrill v The text Storo of luster Isaacs has received largo lino of spring goods of all kinds includ w Ins clothing for men women and thildren shoes hats etc They will have a new ad next week tell ing all about their goods and low F prices 4 The college having closed for tho season at Canoe Preacher Yr Evan 11 Evans and wife have re moved to Elkatawa whore they will remain for about two months and receive the new missionary t3 workers that will shortly be lean r J t ing their homes for tho mountain ti C fields On tho coning Sunday Mr Evans nod wife will hold services at tho Kosslar Chapel Elkatawa iat3 oclock in the afternoon und oclock at night t Deserves Indorsement i In our columns this week will t be found the announcement of J lIon John W Langley who seeks the Republican nomination for reelection to Congress from fIIi this district Mr Langley has friI worked unceasingly over since his L 5i eol iJNIthe Interests of his m e Jrtfaflcfepeeiyin S S i i1qteb ft lIto lMi W rsrVf u court heVo anS s fo wo have bad the court had II notSenatbrjorca y killed thouy bl W1 l a Jc t1 r aa tr CI 11 WALTZlToNight noon and Night AT THE SKATING RINK Prof Wall gave an cxhibibilion of fancy and trick skating at tho rink last night to a packed house ills performance was tho best that 1m ever boon given by any exhibition skater in Jackson or else whore lie is a theater show and circus combined and it is worth double the priceof tho admission to see him perform He is a bon der und holds his audiences spellbound Carrel City nil be at the rink tonight as the 0 K railway will run a special bringing one of the largest crowds that has come up from point on that roaJ A lieattyvillc crowd will come Saturday night Lets all turn out and welcome the visitors ADMISSION20 CENTS SIATES 15 CENTS Skating Before and After Exhibitions By All Miss Mollie Fields Mil finery Opening I Everybody is corJiull to come and lookat mv nowlof spring millinery trictlup l to date Best goods nnd lowest I prices I have an expert trimmer of seven years experience Opening April M MOIMK FIHMXS The 1908 Levy Intact Tho Fiscal court was in session from Tuesday till Thursday They j settled With the county troSfrataj 1 Thcxcaro no outstanding claims nsniust the county Tho settle went shows a balance in the trcas urjPbf 5221 with the 1903 levy intactIJjor fresh groceries at cost call on E C Combs IMarriage Licenses The following marriage licenses have been issued since our last rev Port o Green Collins and Mss Lillie Allen both of Juckson Charles Miller ntulMis5 Mirth Fugafc both of Clemons Willie Stidluun of Stevenson and Miss Isabefle Lovclyt Kousv scau Shade J Herald of Crockctw villo and Inner Mays of Canoe James Allen and Jtliss Jane Hal eigh both of Jackson Luis Morris and Miss Cnla Polfry both of Oakdale J Did you see Professor Waltz lust nights If you lidnot you have missed something All pro nounco him the best show Iint has struck Jackson for many a day a NOTICE TOBIDDERS Notices icrebygivh that bids re c Urcathitt County Hiscal Court at trio Court louse in the fox feof Jackson on Wednesday Apill 22 1908 at 100 p m for the erection of a bridge across the North Fork of the Ky river at Jackson accord ing to the plans adopted by the Fiscal Court anti for the removal of the present bridge at Jackson acrogToubhesome o re ing tho right of rejeoting any or all bids For further particulars call on or address SwSwx ULB E r l r 1 a rJudgeGahtrHI Dead Judge J E Canlrlll died at his home in Georgetown Sunday morning of paralysis lie pre sided at the first two trials of Caleb lowers and also presided atthotrials pf You tscy ami James Howard charged with 4f inurdcr of Gocbgl Call andeemy prices You will bo ast nished Iam closing out E C COMIIS Two Burned and Scalded McKinley Gose the clovcfi ycnrold son of Logan Gose while rinkIse verely burned lie dipped his hand in gasoline and his brother torch11iAndrew Gornctt was painfully burned about the face and oyc3v thcIwomen to make1 al1 l while carrying a ketllefullo the liquid quill from the house the contents oT the kettle splashed inhis faceW Wt For best of ovory thing in gro ceries go to Cole Grocery Co VisitorsIvisitied tho family of Capt B j Ewen at the Ewen Hotel from Saturday inorning till Sunday nfr tcrnoon 4 Misses Jennie and Callio Nor ton Mabel Nellie nnd Mary Ewen Bessie and Mollie Ilnrd wick Victor Fuller Clint Rose Robert WJJIie find Durct Ewen They canto UIon the morning train Saturday and spent the afternoon visiting the skating rink the high knob Pun Handle and other points of interest They were entertained at a dance at tho Ewen Hotel Saturday night by the young ladies and gentlemen of Jackson Toy attended divine services at the Christian n church Sunday morning mind loft on the afternoon Train for their homes at Stanton They expressed themselves as de lighlqd with tlieir trip nail it is hoped tiny willVisit ijq ligaip in the near future- S Cola Grocery GThavo a brand now otucW Tower prices tfisn In91 ip tow K IIaoIrr 1 H tJ1W I OrderThat SpringSuitNow from ftnv custom tailoring depart ill t KTwliyrfu call havo it iiiodu just the way you want itfrom cloih ot your own selection and a styIe deem n of your ownchoosing We can furnish you for 825 to S40 the best ailoredtonicnsuro suit youoverworc sliapc style work rswship and qualityullsurpassed bccauuojnndo tofu your individ ual form by Ed V Price Co the U House of Over u Thou ry ouiiu Tailors Their beautiful line of 500fabrics for Spring and Summer shown here exclusively by us offers an admirable rank for selection and their original fashion Ilutcs sujj iicHt many novel ideas for the benefit pi particular dressers Como in xSarly before everybody else is dressed up and see fabrics Pros 44041 439SK 4368J 4U OI 127GH1I andstylo der 485KTcjyiv jori rrnhI1jfnH 4O1IWd 401xThcu ta1t11or your measure I AGENTTHEi itiFA LYON SON COI rJ ier or F icF i 0 f INSURANCE Ui- i oF isF WIL ESTATE d r i sF tl i3FFi LOANS NEGOTIATED II i j AGENCIES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL TOWNS ipF t 0 k IN EASTERN KENTUCKY aF I i Want Live Energetic Men to Represent Us yp in Unoccupied Territory 7ll t + i7 lf ti Address All Cornmunrcations to the Corn aF t pany at LttyviU6Ketuck t 1- N 0 WlMM W p o R o fmoMM il M r They Are in Town Jacksonites of the rubberneck variety will plcaSo sit up nnd take notice There is something new in the oldtown W the MorryVaow Hat and its a screamer tc1mo with the gentle spring anufis called a beaut Everything is ii1orpnbout the Merry Widow l lat and the Merry Widow cccpt tho price They are both expensive luxuries They come high but we must have em The Merry AVidow hats and sailors will bo vf n exhibition nt the various millinery openings of our milliners nett week I have dccideclUo close eut my store so come andbgy your groceries at cost E C CoM liS- O lion South Strong who has been attending tnto Normal school at Ricli io d for the past few months isjat homo on a vaca lion Iloolairosjto bco political 11111 that this Judicial distric will be Demo qratic this faltf fthe Democrats will display pot lical wisdom in the selection oft heir candidate uu J Fresh cakendcrackers nt Colo Grocery d Patton build lug I The Ligfct Plant A meeting oi the stockholders of+ the JacksohftEIcctric Ily draulic Manufacturing Company was held at J kson and the following ofliccrFuid directors were elected LPOunD president A S Moore icepresident and J W Nor wo IT sccrotarvtreas urer aljL o Lexington L P1 Gurirf A oro T T LyoM J W Nobyooi Mitch Crain and Sam Pdmbertoi dirjjpfora The comp tn Jiopes thatfit t S I btf able to fi nish 1Igiitf s first of May n JwillY rsfnctllrT rIioit were th t she wastl rovedCompany oleetTlel i inscot s J pa tu 4 II I n e c rJ rrJ committees were appointed to ir vestigate the cost of fuel erection of the ico plant and will rep rt at u meeting to be held soon Tim work on the plant will bo rushed inhabitantsitce I summer Lexington Lender GOOD ROAD Tg LEXINGTON I Tho L E road comes closest to our store Decidedly the best place for Diamonds 1 Watches Clocks Jewelry Silverware Cut I GlassOpticial Good- sHE1NTZ JEWELER OPPOSITE 1 HE PHOENIX LEXINGTON KY 00 M M- j= NOTICE The firm of Spencer Me Daniel of Filmore Ky has been dissolved by mutual consent Mr Spencer to continuo the business assuming all the liabilities of the lirrxp s 2lth 1908ti41 2225 1yMcDA1EL =rbusii lSJrRnd llrs j1RNflower Qui uturdny shoppils rjtf I W J III fliICB j1 vofimeS Dirit SI S t rrdr OJRS If lla salt ki ipfot gefveIry pin1WPAIRING A 8PECIAUTA 1t 1 a11a4 fJ pr Iilj r 1 ut hui1 Xw 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I PAI NTS Il 7 t lust received A full JmSM R J I f vliicli tire guaraiit ea i19 till s 4iVlllffi longer and look betterithanj 111 v 4 any other paint madeTT Call 1 F W K t ot cardsangetiV 4ti la prices V 111III 1 Jackson Drug CO1gEEEEEEEEEEE 333EEEEEEE REMOVAL I have moved to McCormick near Campton Junction where I will continue my business of male lug MonumentsAND Any qno wanting anything in mv lino will please writo mo at McCormick Ky Iwill make monthly visits to Jackson and hope fall my friends will save their orders for mer BlrSBELI FAltjfW t rlt TREES 1 Fruit and Ornamental rEverything for Orchard Lawn t and Garden Our Strawberry Plants arc money makers Write for free catalogues We have no agentsH Hillcnmeycr Sous IIFOR SALE ti S r t TOWN LOTS j Address S s T bee ar 1 r Z Ll v 4Ii I 4 MRJ PRATT A Tola of the Cape Cod Fisher Folk By JosephC LincolnA- uthor of HCapnrarvnrJ iftht lllutrllons by T D H lvlll aa IiiJ A- C1TAPTITt 8YNOP3I8 IMr Solomon Pratt began comical narration of story UitAduclat welltodo ScutlJer of his town and Edward Van llrunt and Martin Hartley two rich New Yorker seeking- real U ause of lottVr pairs ISvUU ex pendJtura of money Pratt flrnt J nprcs Ion wnj connected with lunatic CHAPTER HThe arrival of JnmCs valet gave Irutt j NleYorkeI4 termed The Natural Life a It wan learned wee the iuvce fjil imor for the hand of MUs Agnes PJtfo Who gave Hartley up r CITAPTEll 111Sol Pratt waengged i aR cook and decided to spend July Fourth In Eaatwlch S IV f rCHAPTER1 If I ocr had a Better run down the bay than I done that morning Twas a fair wind and a wnooth sear not the slick greasy kind but with little blue waves cha I slnp ea h othor and going Spat spat under the Dora llassetts quar ter as she danced over em And thats Just what she did dance There ftwautany hogwallowing for her she y lust picked up her skirts so to speak I j and tripped alongtowing the little C landing skiff astern of her Ilka a 16 yearold girl going to a surprise party An early July morning on the bay down our way Is good enough for yours truly Solomon Pratt Take It with the wind and water like Ive said with the salt smell from the marshes drifting out from the shorts mixed up 1 with the smell of tho pltcfaplnes on the bluffs and mo In the stera of a good boat with the tiller In my hand and a pipe In my face well all right Thats my natural life and I dont need no beok to tell me so neither The Heavenlles enjoyed it and a theyd ought to Twas clear then though It got hazy over to the eastard latofon Iut4then as I say twas clear and you could see the schooners strung out on the skyline some full up with their sails shining white ins the sun and others down over the edge with only their topsls showing Far off but dead ahead just as If somebody had dipped their finger InC thebliingbottle and smouched It along the bottom of the sky was the Wapa tomac shore and away aft right over the stern was the Trumet lighthouse yellowcJtPld back and soaked In t1 iItho scenery They unbuttoned fhelr fl jackets and took long breaths They actually forgot to smoke which wasII a sort of miracle as you might and even Hartley who had been bluer than a spoiled mackerel all the morn ing braced up and got real chipper Jly and by they resurrected that book of theirs and had what you might caP a Natu Life drunk I pever see PrIntS ing that went to a persons head the way that book seamed to go to theirs I judged twas kind of light and gassy reading and naturally rlz and filled the empty places same as youd fill a bal loon 4 Everybody was happy but Lord James and I could see that he want 1 easy In Jils mind Ho set about amid- shipst of tho cockpit and hung onto the thwart with both hands bike he was afraid twould bust looso and leave him adrift If the Dora Dassett had struck a derelict or something and gono down sudden Ill bet theyd have dredged up that Hopper valet and the thwart together And then theyd have had to pry em apart His lord ship want used to water unless twasa S r to mix with something else Uy and by Hartley shoves both t t hands Into his pockets tilts his hat back and begins to sing More effects of the Natural Wfe spree I suppose jut twas lully good singing Might f have been saying most anything call lag mca short lobster for what I know cause twas some foreigners lingo but the noise was nib right oven It rdid have to take chances on the words I calJato to know music when I hear It Good says Van when his chum stopped Martin youre better al ready I havent heard you sing for tftwo years or more The last time was at the Delanceys at home Do mypmy ters piano playing Agnes teld the dowager that she had never heard anything like It You and site were together you know GIve us anther verse hut Martin wouldnt Shut up like a clam and reached Into his pocket for I a cigarThat was A No 1 Mr Hartley 1aays I I wish you could hear Soloa Bassett play the fiddle youd appre elate It I Van be roared and even Hartley managed to smllq As for Lord James he looked at me like Id trod on the queens corns Illcssed If I could see what there IllayJlkobust two strings at a Thanksgiving ball and then play Mrs McLeods neelyou know ttuckshee nanny goat brown bread and beanson tother two till there want a still foot la the ball vw made Eastwich Port about noon ofLalong twouldM you see Heav lay into it Lord James he pskipped 8rdDG like a hoppergrass a hot skillet fetching glasses InI iFlaylni out nine or ten different j S and ipooni lIdo of i aJAt 9zlJahQie i4 1r LfI 1 it s 90 A0 f Iofp 1 f Iqr 0I dons knoW lut all When ha lidv fIn slghitor the wharf 11JJtJOtn was ias Jr1O 18 j nskta hIm what Itj Why the amper says ho The which says I The lunch arapor of course he I says The ampcr for the heatablcs Well Iwondercd then what In the nation was In It for twas heavier than lead I remember that the heft of It made me ask him if he fetched along some of the late Hannah Janes leftover rlz biscuit nut now I sco j why twas heavy Thero was enough dishes and truck for tcn men and the I cook In that basket We had my How U hi Doctor Asked Hartley Anxious chowder and Lour kinds of crackers with it and chicken and asparagus and nine sorts of pickles and canned plum pudding with sass and coffee and good loud healthy cheese anJ red i wine and champagne When Id hoisted in enough bt everything so j I my hatches wouldnt shut tight and pulling on one of the Twins cigars I says to Van Mr Van Brunt says I Is this part of what you cull the Natural LifeYliU bet skipper says he He hadnt finished the chowder end of the layout yet Well I heaved a sigh Twas kind of unnatural to me having come on me all to once but J callated I could get used to It In time without shed ding no tears Pldnt want to get used to It too quick neither wanted the novelty to linger along as you mIght say When the dinner was over the Hcavenlles was well enough ac qualned with the family to nickname It IunchI started in to help his lordship wash dishes The Twins sprawled themselves under a couple of pine trees and blew smoke rings Hurry up there messmate says I to the valet 0J want to got through time enough to run up to the fair pouniU and see that greased pig race Hartley had been keeping so still I caVlatcd be was dropping oft to lIoCP- lbut it seems he want He s ui stretched and got to his feet Ill go with you skipper says ho Might as well do that as anything Ivo never seen a greased pig race They dont have em on the Street Chase nothing but lambs thsro draws Van Brunt lazy and with his ryes half shut Then he turned over and looked at his chum Great Caesar Martin ho says you dont mean to tell me that youre going up into that crowd of hayseeds to hang over a fence and watch some ono run do you Why any one on Gods earth should want to run be says when they can keep still Is beyond me and why you of all men should want to watch em do it thats worse yet Come here and be natural and decent Dut Hartley wouldnt do It His blue streak seemed to have struck in again and ho was kicking the sand nervous hike with his foot Come on Van he says I want thewalkNot says Van Walkings almost as bad as running Ill be hero when you get back And he stretched out on the pine needles again It may be that Hartley did want that walk Lame as he said but he didnt seem to get much fun out of it Went pounding along his cigar tipped up to this visor of his cap and his eyes staring at the ground all the time And he never spoke two words till wo got to the fair grounds fhere was a dickens of a crowd Ive or six hundred folks I should Think and more coming all the time Everybody that could come had bor rowed the horses and carryalls of them that couldnt and had brought their wives and mothersinlaw and their chHdrens children unto the third and fourth generation There was con siderable many summer folks not so many as there Is at tho cattle show In Augustbut a good many Just time same I counted fire automobiles and I see the Harry folks from Trumet riding round in their fourhorse coach and putting on airs enough to make em lop sidod Hartley gave one look around at the gang and his nose turned up to 12 oclock Gad says he this or something like It Is what Ive been trying to getaway from Come on Sol Lets go back to the boat nut I hadnt seen so many shows as ho bad and I wanted to stay You wait a spell Mr Hartley says I Lets cruise round a little that So we went shoving along through the crowd getting our toes tramped on and dodging peddlers and such like every other minute There was the testyour strength machine and the merrygoround and the ossified man in a tent Walk right up goats ntlfr l cast your eyes on the greatest marvel of the ago all allvo and solid stone only two nickels a dlmo ten cents and all the rest of It Pretty sooo we come to where the feller was sell lag the 12 Flurlbus Unum Candyred I white and blue and a slab as big as a IlIarUeYltoppedl1nd tJEat nsavenJi ftajcgj ay he l 4ik 1Ii A I Whttl ao theydo wlUl thiatt t1 a COIitjb Xot rcnUyi Hutnput I says You just walr a shako There was a little redhoaded yrrtng ster scooting In and out nmr v iho folks knees and I cnugjif him ny the shoulder 111 Jacksou says I Want some cnndWHo looked upnt mo as pert nnd sassy as a blackbird on a scarecrows shoulder Uct your natural says he I jumped Lordi says I I callate hoknowi youHartley smllod How do they sell thatthat Portland cement says beI Give me some ho says holding a halt dollar to time feller behind the oilS j cloth counter The man chiseled off enough for a fairsized tombstone and handed It out Hartley passed It to I the boy He bit off a hunk that made him look like he hind the mumps all Jon ono side and commenced to It Thero says I Thats proof enough aint It Put lie want jatUfled Walt a inlnuto1 says ho I want to see what blmI do nothing apparent make the little shavers laws sound Jlkc a reck crusher 80 we went on Uy and by wo comO to tIme wbereIaround tied up in meal bags and we 889 tPPti Then Hartley was for Going homo liGnIn but I managed to bold him The greased pig was time next number on the dance order and I ItrPhlnnoy hes chair selectmen and pretty nigh half as big as ho thinks ho Is ho stood on tiptoe on the Judges stand and hollered that the greased pig contest was open to boys imder J 5 ami that the one that cauKhjt the pig and hung on to tt wyiUd get live dollars In less than three shakes Of a herrings hind leg thero was boys enough on thtit fled to start n reform school They ranged all the way from llttlo chaps who ought to have been homo cutting their milk teoth to boys that had yellow fuzz on their thins and a plug of chewIng tobacco- In their pants pocket They fetched In the pig shut up in a box with laths over the top He wes little and black and all shining with grease Then they stretched a ropo across one end cf the race field and lined up the pig chasers behind It IIolJo says Hartley theres our Portland cement youngster Hell never run with that runrblu quarry In side of him Sure enough there was the boy that had tackled the candy I could see his red head blazing like a lightning bug alongside of a sixfoot Infant with overalls and a promising crop of side wh Inkers Next thing I know tIme starterIssachar Tlddlt twashe opens tho lid to the pig box and hollers Go The line dropped That little lone pig see 20 odd pair of hands shooting towards him and he fetched a yell lIke a tugboat whistle and put down tho fled with tile whole crew behind him The crowd got on tiptoe and stretched their necks to see Kvery body hollered and hurrahed and haw hawedNow Ive been calling the place where they had the races and so on a Unlit Well twant really a field but Just part of the course whgro fhijy pad trotting matches on cattle show days There was a fence on each side of It and across the ends of the section they was using there was ropes stretched Hack of the fences was the crowd on foot and back of the ropos was more of era but behind these ropey likewise was lots of horses and wagons and carryalls and such Every wagon was piled full of people und amongst em I could see tho Barry coach with the four gray stoppers prancing up and down In front of it and old Commodore Harry and his son on the front scat with time women tolks behind Well when that pig started he made a straight course for the Jowpr end of the field but the sight of the horses and all scared him I guess and ho Jibed and back he come again Half a dozen of the pigchasers them that was nearest to htf when ho come about ran Into each other and piled up In a heap squirming like an eel pot They got up In a Jiffy and started over again meeting the gang that was coming back on the second lap IJy the time that pig had made three laps round that course he wqs a candidate for time hogs lunatic asy lum Twice hed been grabbed once by the ears and onco by a leg lint hs liveliness and the grease had got him clear About half tho boys had given up the Job and was making for harbor behind time fence covered with sand and grease they was and red and ashamed The crowd was pretty nigh as crazy as the pig only with Joy Even Hartley was laughing ost loud first time Id ever heard him That little chap with the red hair had been right up with tho mourners till the third round then he was stood on his head In time scuffle and left behind down by time ropes In front of whero tho Harrys was Tho rest of the chasers were scattered around the other end of the fleW with the pig do Ing the grand right and left In anti out amongst their legs Ono of tho boys that big lanky one whoso cheeks needed mowjng mode a Hying Jump and dove head first right on top of the critters shiny black back In a shake he was ha underpinning so to speak of a sort cf monumE wpf boys all fighting like dogs oT woodchuck i Next thing I ot out from underneath thoplmd jj jf mmhes been fired out CIOC ljt18 squcallng w J squealing 4 coJrunning taoklllI fOii S C- Down thoratg in oneofthec Cll that little ILos I nlsse n I Jhorses10 Look out yells eTerybb3A lnj6Qir But thatlUile s avcj 4I ai I r 1 t1 11 t 4 flilJ lit t iArr4f t + l 5Itr 1 th j4 Ulvus right whr V Jain of vliri and hoUa wftr thlcfSJiBC limo 15arr cmtiihorses rar up and Jumpe and7 backed OUld h ar htigrinding and in ftPpltognd women creaming 1- M was one of two first over that i cO but quick nJ 1 was that ltnt leyHnvalld was tjulc tbr As a general thing ha mpvod II e twas hardly worth while to dr g ono foot after the other but now he Jl0w I could see his Ms shoW n shoving folks I qvor like they wtv ninepins Undur tbeltanclowhirlpool like DoWujho wont and I t lost sight of him Everybody on UJ grounds was cratybut I CttVlat I was the worst Hedlamlte of tho lot r Somehow I felt responsible told about the Fourth of Julyhoing first anti gqt him over there t Twas mo that coaxed him Into Buying for tho cqn earned pig busine And kind of felt that I WIII hit guardian as you might say now tha Van Brunt want along Yes and 6y ginger I llUttd him Course I thought of the poor lit tlo boy too but Im free to y twas Hartley that I thought of most For doliiks of the noxt two or lIre minutes youll have to ask somebody else Alls 1 remember real well Is catching hold of Usachar Tlddltfk Sunday cutaway and ripping It from j main truck to leclson YOU see Issachnr was trytnij Q rtjcV out of the tanclp and I W dtvtng In Next thing I Viusure of Is hanging onto tho of one of the Barry horses and snap the whip with my feefi bridleI down and over andundcr She cleared up seine Putilly and there Wls ft rhiH ut folks Jamming end pushing and climbing between wheels and under wagon bodies and In time middle of the ring Was Hartley kneeling on the sroum nn l looking pretty middling white and sick with g dripping cut over his eye and with shavers red he 1111Ila lap And old Dog Bailey Willi there but how or When IIQ come I dont know Yes Ill and the pig was there too but the critter was out of commission being dead anti I was too busy to think where I was How Is hOt doctor asked Hartley anxiousThe didnt answer for a minute or so he was bemUng over tho boy sponging and swabbing like toll pos sessed Poor little chap hIlooked white and pltifuL enough stretched IIItrnngersarou Id W pucll it gritty tttt inlli looked nt hlmj chalk white he was and still with his eyes shut and his breath coming kind of short and jerky And well njy breath got Jerky too How is h01 says Hartley again Just as ho said It tho boy stirs and begins to breathe more regular Time doctor seemed to fool better Hell come round all right now says thy DoCi Tva tho kick that knocked hliu out The pig got tho worst of It sail that wived him There are no bones broken limit hed have been tcamplod to death fJrttt1vm Hut the Twin shook his head kind of Impatient N rend to the boy he says So the dactdr wont on with his sponging and swubblng and pretty soon tho youngster opSns hlsoyw Did I get him says ha- Whats that r nuked thj 1904 stoop Inc over IDid I got the plgT Is the liver comln1 to moT Well youd ought to have hoard time crowd laugU Somebody singe out Three cheers for tho kid and they give cm wltij a whoop Whats the ifjntter with youse says tho younsnVr setting up and looking aroundftflzf like Aw cut It out a they bogjm to holler some ruorO Did I gut the Pig You bet youaldH says the doctor laughing Youlrq a spunky little rooster Whoio bay are you anyway Belong in Kastwtehr iNaw say tj little feller like ho was plumb Ujscuitcd NYork Hartley sntll1 A brother outcast says ho lo ting up at tIIi Major Plilnnoy lmd been shoving through the crowd and now ho was in tho front rank whore so they tell me i ho used to be lnjvar tlnio lifter the fighting was over4 JHeg one ot th rr Frosh Air boys says tho major ptrflug but pompous Theres a stunner school of em Dean started Jus outside tho town hero Couple of New York women brought the tribe down last Week This ones onov Little red head tarried to Hartley Say he soya I bjit toll her Tell who Sayjlnrtln- Tho And Miss teacberI comes Agony Issaclmr I his graceful anti or collar null pilotS youngIloose from him arunsr orard and IjtiioesWhy Dennis she says How could pu run away and behave like this Are you hurt Is bcShe looks up atjJHartley as sho begins to ask tlio A Uiuostlon And he was staring tir as white as a JWhyjnays And she went white tooanu then red Ohl says she And fli fi Oh again Oh Martin 11 1f Continued Xi xttVcolc- A rolling stouois t smooth proposl Ion I If n girl Is lu lovehvlth n poor man iteja npt to thlnlAtlches dro Blnful Jim 1 5 ILkK 1 cliJ main Whiv r5im l o thank hence iidoimaifas 1 of ti0Ltby energized la I ojflt a e vlftTf5 lr bae o me line the no 1 main UocH f ftT1I91tct L i 1 5 i iait pyt A1rLOwERs+ 1I Mttfe FMhi CraPspepatt1j Pa 1 ghunutlful Hater lilies innilo from llroflulfoutodays null the exjicnso of tills onm incntatloii will bo miinll It the flowers coustnifted at home jlnre milking of this chnnicterlstlc the Easter Illy will not be II tllfllcult tusk for oven a beginner to undertake It tho patterns nre carefully cut and It tho dctallitl description Is closely fqllowoO fTo fnshlou nii Kaster lily cut six liStnls tluj straight way of white crain 1JSTHII ML1C3 OP Qluri IAPEIU size of tho pattern and to the back of eqdi glue n vein of white covered wire extoudlus about nil lucu below time base of time lIe till tjtniueyiH are formcil of light green tissue rollcdI nliuost to n thrcdil and ct t four halt incItes long rime pistil IH made InI the Kamc inniuuir Imvlng a Irall or hend on the toll slid should be cut five j and it half Inched loni Glue the txlEOa of the petal about lmlfvuy up from the IMMO ntul form f Cl1tertliu pistil and Htanunif close bottom around n stem previously formed by wind lug a sure wire I S with crupo paper 1 the tvqulr i4ed she niiij UIlU IJ34finish by wind neatlyfllilr I fi I lily wit II flue wit tQ n pad andII H even or teavus along thcII pLi stein ut llio time Open the 0 Details mimi bend JH them gracefully 011 outwiinl- X H To wluJ astern ofElalloI it on three UIllUiI I toppe I C Oit Ise of tliji prvvwltIl Plug downward theII j the fliicur of I the loft hand rightIfromurwiiul titus xvrnpplug It with tin puller AVIud III the leaves about unit way down and secure time end with u little glue or Paste Dont forget In working the cnipo paper tlmt there to a right and a wrong stie and that the former 14 always foldod In on II roll vJ Dont Lose Your Temper pont lose your temper Time moment I you lose control of yourself you are at a dIsadvantage and you are almost I sure to sny things that on calm reflec tion you would give much to haw left IIWWM It fa fatally easy to say things lu tho hoot of tub moment but very hard aft unvard to da away Iwljjj tho bad 1m prcsMlon they Iiavetnnde If you do losecoiitrpitlf yourself and soy too munch take away an much tua stlug as you can by a full and gm orI orous apology Novciw bo ashamed to say you areIsorry lImit the sorrow and remorse time world cOllie from the false prldo that cnr lot bring Itself to express sor row nud repentance Cleaning Tan Shoes Often time binding of ones dress will j leave a thirty black mark across the IiI step of dainty tan boots and this sim ply refuses to be cleaned with the or dinary tan polishes The shoes can be washed but tIme rag must be merely dampened mind nibbed on naphtha soap or any yellow soap mud all of the leather inust bo washed ore Itlnso tho cloth and wlpo time shoes mill rub dry I with an old towel They will bo clean and Itwtcrless Apply n good tan polish and rub vigorously with n plcco of old cotton stocking tot If care Is token not to dnnlpon the shoes too much they cnn be cleaned and made to look like new but till parts should ho washed or stains will show t4 Working Dots Just at present satin and eyelet stitch mire used moat lo embroider 110tllI To become prj fldent lu those perfectly round a great ninny must bo worked They may bo done In a frame or they may be done equally well In the hand Waint Her Fortune Wily dont you mitrry a millionaire Hniuir Hrtrcnt the nerve to try Edith Different With me WhyV yI I havent the face ftv Officers Safe Do they have olJral punlhtrnente 11t oij1IilJY dont null you dascnt punch time lieutenant either 1 tell you hem olllccra has things about tlrclr war A l1 ij If IIoJi i I 0 1 L AL r NATURE AND A WOMANS WORN IK1a womans corn Lined Imvu produced tho grandest remedy for womans Ilia that Uio j world has over known i In the good oldfnshioncd days of I uportheI I euro diSt 1co full mitigate suffering I Hie Indians on our Western Plains today can produce roots uud- hftbs for every ailment and euro diseases that battle the moat skilled r physicians who have spent years in the study of drugs From time roots and herbs of tho field Lydia K Piukham more than thirty years ago pxvo to the women of the world a remedy for their po culiar ills more potent and etlica dOlts than any combination ofdrugs Lydia li Pinkhama Vegetable CouiixMiml is now recognized na the standard remedy for womans Ills Mrs Bertha Muff of 615 NC StI Louisiana Mo writes Complete restoration to health means HO much to me that for tho salts of other suffering women I am willing to make my troubles public II For twelve years I Jlall been suffer lag with tho worst forms of female Ills During that time I hall eleven dllTereni physicians without help No tongue can tell what I suffered and at times could hardly walk About two years ago I wrote Mrs Pinkham for I followed It and can truly ssy that Lydia 11 Pinkhftms Vegetable Com pound antI Mrs 1lnkharun idrloa re stored health and strength It Is worth mountains of gold to suffering vromcn What tydla K Pinkliams Vege table Compound did for Mrs MutT it will do for other suffering women COOKING MADE EASY Latest Novelty Is the Alcohol Gas Stove FINE FOR SUMMER SERVICE The Aloohpl Is Not Burned Direct u In the Chafing Dish Limp but tf Vaporized and Made Into CuStO- Not Expensive A newcomer comparatively fur eon Slderntloii In time preparation of Im promptu mould or for regular cooking the alcohol gas IItO1o This rucniv jli most Improved anti latest variety alcohol stove with denatured nice VTCXBIUl TC 11 V8ETX hoi as time heat producer although time oillimry alcohol may bo utilize just us well thio use of denatured alcohol for cooking purposes Is not general but Its nUvi nUf are steadily liicrons lug nnd It It predicted that when Its ndaptulilllty Is better known It will rapidly rise In popularity Tho latest stove BH pictured here manufacture Its own Ran nUll burns a Iriuc flame just like time ordinary gas range burner It Is especially lUloptwl to time use of denatured nice hol which may be obtained cheaply mkliiB lime cost of operation accord lnir to expert estlmatea about 2 coats an hour The alcohol Is not burned direct na In Iho chafing dish lamp but Ilf vaporized uud made lute gas which Rives a flame poworful cuoiiKli for any cookllll use For summer service there Is much to commend such n stow particularly for impromptu luncheons aud outing trips According to some recent tests tho stove may bo run both burners at full capacity nt u cost of 2celitS per hour Llko n gus stove one burner may bo used Indepcndciit of tbo other TUB NEW BTOVB Ii but when both are III service a fetib stautlul meal mayUe quickly prepared with one burner utilized for time chafing dish or a small oven If HO desired Time accessories for such a stove are Indicated in the second illustration They are fashioned froth qlc IQIaluminium Wy He Kpew lUlHho It will soon be dog days iThuts a poor guess Dog days do COWl until fall TllatB where you show you are not posted on the statutes Dog days begin III Muy when you have to pav your dog license i tu 4- I = r tJRAlbWA J wrNrrat TIMITAULE- EFFECTIVE NOV 18 1900 WESP BOUND Sly Daily o8 Ex Sun AM r- Lv 2OKllatnwa U 2O 2 80 2TallcrpiylienttyvillcJuncl Torrent 7 30 3 41 0sDundeoFilson S 03 4 14 4CuvCity14 ct h Junct 9 00 5 07 5ArLeximrton f NO i NO 1IfFAST J10UND DailyJox PM AM rL 35Winchester 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