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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1ft r MCliUlflrIN BREATHITT ANDADJOININ6 COUNTIES sr J WISH llAQiwa Editor and lubliBhorA NicwsiAiKit DKVOTKD TO TUX INTEUKBTS OF EASTKKN KENTUUKV ONE DOLLAR PKU YKAR IN ADVANCE L M Volume VII Jackson Kentucky Friday April 17 1908 Ii Number 25 THE JEW STORE EUSTER ISAACS Proprietors We linvo received u big stock of Spring Goods consisting of LADIES NICK DRESS GOODS AND NOTIONS LADIES AND MISSES SKIRTS AND SIIIUT WAISTS LADIES AND MISSES HOSIERY UNDERWHAR BELTS COUSETS TUIMMED HATS AND SAILORS SHOES FOR ALL TILE FAMILY Tics Buckle Oxfords in Patent Leather Tun Russian Calf Golden Brown Vici Plain Vici Black Suede and Mahogany Red lLtrn1 new Our Ready to Wear Garments for Men Boys and Children have been selected with great care Theyre new seasonable and appropriate with n scale of prices that permits you to buy at your own figure Nice Brown 15 Suits for 11 Suits worth 10 for 8 8 Suits for 6 6 Suits for 4 Knee Punts for boys lOc and up Boyss Suits COc and tip Bo systematic about buying this spring and come to tho Jew everyStoretime The Jew Store is a guarantee of the best or price News of into rest follows Ladies Skirts Brown Blue and Black G values for fJiO Skirts worth 1 for J10 Skirts worth 3 for 2riiO Now you cant ap predate what the Jew Store can otter you unless you come hero and look can oul Then wont you come nIl talk with us about it TIE rErw STORE See our Huts Shirts mud nil articles of Furnishing Goods for men n nd Boysthe best imaginable Headquarters for Counterpanes Lace Curtains Hugs Trunks and Suit Cases O aoW-GGGOapLnMiler FLOYD rell 0 0PP UltAWKOltl Vice 1nH- M i i J I DAVIS AclliiR cater W S IIOI 1 mat vibe t cnnl U i i5 immtitiiiiitO i Q o BANKINGnfr o rr l ARE SATISFACTORY iF a ii asq1n oJJiF bet hy open an account trill011 Ys vitllCallI F us A cull wi 1 entail no obligation ttF I 11 Wont you try and see g ti I PAIDUP CAPITAL and SURPLUS 2735000 iyF a I LAOKSONDEPOS1TiiiI iI 8Jackson Kentucky wGm emo GGcQaG OeeGm o =u souuiRYOFFERS VERY LOW ROUND- TRIPHomeseekers Rates To Arkansas Indian Territory 5 Y- S Louisiana Oklahoma Texas Tickets on sale the first and third Tues d monthawriteAunty AALOUISVILLE Y K T ROSE S 0 SAMlIK ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and Councclors at Law CAMlTOtf ICY This firm will practice in nIL the courts of Wolfe and ndjncentcoun ties Special attention to ration Luw and Real Estate Liti cation Offices Second Floor Farmers Traders Bank f1 k M BREATHITT OOUNTYNEWSn D L ALLEN JEWELER M tIN ST OIl POS1WF1CK hits for sale a nico lino of WATCIIKS KIUBLUM PINS EYE GLASSES SIECTAOLES- amUill kinds of Jewelry REPAIRING A SPECIALTY Prices Ue1Sonablc Pleoso call and examine 61lv i THE NIGHT RIDERS Condemned at a Mass Meeting in Jackson At a meeting called and held at Jackson on Thursday April 9th 1908 for the purpose of cotjsidor log the best interests of our be loved State and to deplore the lawlessness existing ill the tobacco districts F II Hiilles was elected chairman and Walter Kempt sec rotary After several stirring speeches a committee on resolutions was appointed and reported as follows Whereas A state of anarchy lawlessness and n reign of terrpr exists throughout tho central and western sections of our State known as tho tobacco belt and Whereas Such a state of lawlessness can only be productive of general disaster U all sections of our State and- Whereas People from other States being afraid to pass through tho lawless Blue Grass and Black Patch RIO kept from Brcnthitt and other law abiding mountain counties thereby hindering us in the development of our natural resources and- Whereas We tho citizens of Brcalliitt county deeply deplore the fact that the people of the to bacco districts have brought dis grace nnd reproach upon tho fair name of our beloved state nnd although we have been deeply mar hinged in days past wo desire to go upon record as deploring and condemning the state of lawlessness existing in the Blue Grass and tho Black Patch therefore bo itResolved 1st That we tender to the people of tho tobacco district our deepest sympathy and condemn the lawlessness of those responsible for it and that wo will cooperate with them in any LAWFUL way to restore law and order to tho fair name of our be loved Kentucky 2nd That these resolutions bo published in Tho Breathitt County News and The Jackson Democrit and that all Kentucky papers be requested to copy Signed WAITEU K ESI IT Secretary For rent Furnished or unfur nished rooms Apply to Mrs Charles Terry Judge K C DulF of Chavies was hero several days this week visiting relatives and friends W D Hamilton has bought the grocery storo of Co T Snowden who will conduct time business and also will add a line of notions and ladles furnishing goods John P Turner of Canoe pissed through hero Wsdncsday on his way homo from Tallega where he took ten rafts of tics ntInwith his treatment at the hands of Mr Wailer and recommends that his friends consult Mr Waller when they have ties for sale Mr Turner renowcd his subscription to The News which he has been doing every year since it began its existence Noland Estill County Hume Johnson had a big logrolling last IhursdayRev El bert Winkler preached at the Crookedcreek church last Saturday night larlnn Walton has moved on Willie Richardsons farm J II Peters has returned from Owflley county where he had been looking after his interest in his fathers farm Willie Richardson and family w Jro guests of David Lay Thursday Henry Winkler was visiting his son El mer Thursday Juno Warford and wife visited 0 B Garrett Thursday People are delayed with their plowing on account of the excessive rains Wo will have preaching at Crooked creek the first Sunday in Nay Sher man Garrett went to Irvine Sat urday to sco his parentsJune1- arford and wife and Mrs O B Garrett visited Columbus Cox Saturday R d lefts Creek Tho farmers of this vicinity are having a wet time sowing oats and farming What has become of Tho News correspondent at Can ncl City l Is ho too busy garden ing that he cannot write tho hap penings of that thriving little burg May be tjio correspondent is of tho feminind gendcr and is busily engaged inrapriug house cleaning AnyhcvSpUro attders of Tho News in th9iJf ills yffuhj be pleased to have the correspondent get a move onu and tell the important lifippcnings oc casionally Bryant brothers and Henry McIntosh have corn for sale Robert Bryant and Miss Rachel Johnson visited Dodge Bryant Saturd ny E Johnson has commenced work on his now house on his farm near the mouth of Jetts creek The boys of this place have been making a sound like money for several days It was check day at Poletown the second of the monthiIfenrMcIntosh was at Turkey last week on business Miss Mary McIntosh visited Miss Juiiannc Bryant SundnJulius McIntosh and Elisha Johnson Jr visited Ance Mclntosh Saturday The infant child of Richard Mc lntosh died the first of the month and was juried in the grave yard near George McIntosliV Squire Barker and Charley Johnson passed through here Sunday on their way to Lick Branch Rob ert Bryant of Athol visited fissI Rachel Johnson Sunday Miss Julia Bryant of Athol visited her grandmother Saturday and Sunday Henry Mclntosh has live fat hogs weighing from 100 to 250 rounds for sale Elijah Johnson nttcndedcourt at Bcalty villa lust wt Mrs Angclinc SatSxow BALI HtlOM ANOTllKU COUKKSlONDKXT Anderson Johnson of Miller Branch isellinJl goods at the Jesso Johnson place on Jolts creek Ed Callahan is freighting goods from Athol Mrs Asbcrry Spicer visited Mrs Estill Morgan Sunday Mrs Mosc Back nndI Surilda Short are visiting friends and relatives on Quicksand George Whisman of Meadow creek came over last Sunday nndI brought his phonograph which was enjoyed by all who heard it Wo hope he will come again soon Asbcrry Spicor made a busiI ness trip to Athol Tuesday Misses Mary nnd Amanda Mcln tosh were the guests of Misses Francis and Phcobe Wise Sunday Hugh Bryant of Bryants creek who has an abscess en his neck has gone to a hospital Born to Mrs Kindred Terry on the 14th inst a lino girl Mrs A J Gabbard and Mrs George Brockwere guests of Mrs Lewis Wise lust Thursday Henry McIntosh of Sturgeon was shot and badly injured Miss Isabel llen was at Athol on business Saturday G B Woods made a business trip to Athol Sunday KIMK BKU Clemons M D Richie is moving to Lewis Fork on BucklornRev Daniel McIntosh preached an in teresting sermon to a good congregation hero Sunday Wiley Clemons and Miss Edna demons are visiting friends and relatives on Quicksand Mrs Prudia Miller who has been sick with rheumatism for tho past three months is not improving liar lan Strong is bedding logs in lhoc South forkWm Burnett of Smith Branch was hero Sunday looking for some stray hogs belonging to L D Howard Lewis Napier has movcc on Mrs Polly Davis farmJ D Clcm ons has moved to Lamb ic Tho last reports f13111 Mrs Peggy Minnix who is i i a LcxI ington hospital were th t she wasI very mush improved Drink Wainscot s Pop Crockettsville LThe people of Crockettsville are pushing business which means war with the present panic lllinjlIlotime citizens in this part of the country Farmers arc fighting briars and bushes on the land they expect to plant in corn Uncle Arthur MqDuniel has moved from the Burton and Riley mill to Miller brnnchfor thepurpbso of fan ningJoiin Mosley has moved to tho property of Jerry McDaniel known as the Ben Hogg place for the purpose of cultivat lug it crop of corn Some of our most respectable youths wcro tak ing a game of hard scramble with tangle foot Saturday As a means of prohibiting such indulgences wo needu better system of riioril intellectual tria- ningChancy Turners wife of Buffalo was blest with a pair of il1on the 4th inst it being the same time when Mrs James Cor nett was blest with time gift of two boys Charley nnd James arc study ins economy with intense interest believing from tho present indications that it is necessary Miss Lula Combs was the guest of Mrs Nancy Lewis Saturday and Sunday Cris FickofToleda Ohio one of tho managers of the square timber firm made a business trip to Miller branch Saturday John Aiknvin the house carpen ter has undertaken to complete a dwelling at Jesse Johnsons which will add greatly to the looks of the premises PERRY COUNTY Buckhorn Prof L A Johnson who has been to Covington for the past wcekv returned Saturday A D York rind wife who have been attending the court at Covinuton have returned Prof II S Mur dock will be absent from this vie inity this week Mrs Bertha Johnson is on the sick list El mer Gabbard was a pleasant visitor of Mrs Bertha Johnson Satur daylle had a nice service at this place Sunday which was conducted by Rev II S Murdock und several persons attended Dr Gross and wife wero visitors ut Mr and Mrs John Gross Sunday John Herald visited his homo from Friday until Sunday School is in fine progress at thi- splaee1irs II S Murdoch will conduct the Normal this week dur big tho absence of Prof Murdock Prof 0 L Gift has con ducted thePojitoflico department this week Bun BKLL LEI COUNTY Primrose John Martin and family moved to St Helens last wcok Miss Lizzie Cockerham is very sick Misses Ollic and Hallio McGuiro and Lottie Snowden of St Helens were visiting Miss Nellie Lucas recently Dillard Brainy mind family of St Helens moved into the house recently vacated by John Martin and family Miss Polly Ann Jones of BeattyviJJe is visiting friends and relativ- eshoreH P Marks and family have moved into their new dwell ing house that has just been com phte1Joli and Jim Hicrony mous left lust Saturday for Gold endule Washington where they will make their future homo W D Lucas attended court at Bcattyvillc last week Died on last Tuesday a week ago Mrs Louise Dcaton She was laid to rest in tho old Creech grave yard Several of Dillard Bradleys children Ire down with lagrippe CllATTKlUiOX C C Dale of Lo Rose was hereon business Saturday Mr and Mrs II S Chapman lower Quicksand wcro here Saturday shopping YoT Whitaker who has been afllicted with la grippe for some time is able to be out again Mr and Mrs Willie Holbrooks of Bays were hero Tuesday shop ping I tA S alMt 4 r l If i1- flie Largest CirculationO- F I ANY PAPER IN THIS SECTIO- NnasceRa = a 9 Conlidn v Z when eating that food is of highest wholesomenessthat it has nothing in it that can injure or repastdot y This supreme confidence you have the food is raised with oy If oa4 SCJUtPUt i The only baking powder made with Royal Grape Cream of Tartar y There can be no comforting confi powder less of the alum powder in unchanged alum or alum salts remains in the food The Convocation IUlIL 01 E K S X- Wo note a few items of interest which we got from tho second convocation of county superintendents of schools of Easter- Kentucky which was held in the chapel of the Eastern Kentucky State Normal building of Richmond Kentucky from April 1 to 3 1908 We note u fair increase of the number in attendance last year there being forty of the sixty eight superintendents of tho Eas tern district present which maui fest the great interest that is be ing taken in education in Ken Lucky Space will not permit mo to give the full details of tho meeting therefore I shall only give tho leading facts which lire as fol lowsSupt Noland of Madison county was elected chairman of the convo cation and gave the address of welcome in which he appealed to all present for more earnest and sincere workers in education A thorough discussion of new school laws of Kentucky theI indulged in in which many nent educators of the Stalo took part which terminated in every I speaker stating that If the now educational acts wcro properly construed and carried out they would prove a great advance in the betterment of education Prof Dinsmore of Berea Col lege spoke on time Superintend ents Mission making plain tho responsibility ofeach county su perintendent in visiting each dis trict school and taking an active part in the toichers work Tho superintendent is tho originator hiSIcountjust what tho superintendent would have him be and tho school will be just what time teacher would hue it be Therefore the superintendent must put himself in the position of the parent in the rural district by holding night lectures in each district allowing the patrons to discuss tho obsta cles of their schools- Reprcaentntivo Jackson who was an educational worker in tho recent legislature made clear tho importance of the superintendents frankness with each teacher Ho condemned favoritism in as much as it leads to certificating the un qualified applicant to become the teacher of tho little children of our schools Too much stress and comment can not bo given to this topic as it is plain to all to what extent it lies already been carried and the underrating it has placed upon the more worthy teachers Miss Tye Superintendent of Knox county gayo UIQ importance of each superintendent keeping a clean and precise record of the condition of each district school including the appearance of tho r teacher his school and the sur roundings of the school building Frin day April 3 bnn allround dis cussion of better qualified mien for superintendents of schools the standard bearers of education inJtheir respective districts must possess qualifications cqulilto tho importanccof that useful office i Herald Mrs Wm N Terry of Turkey visited her parents Mr and Mrs B II Herald hero Sunday Richard Jett and wife visited B H Herald and family Sunday Richard Herald and wife visited his uncle Alex Herald Sunday E M Jell of Oukdalc was at Herald Sunday Elder J D Hunter of Cannel City was at Herald Sunday Harlan Grif fith of Turkey was at Herald Sunday Mrs James Johnson visited Mrs B II Herald Sunday Richard Herald and wife atIhavjj been attending schoolnt Berea have returned homo Miss Loulic Jott of War Creek paid her cousin Miss Maggie Her aida visit Sunday Eggs For Hatching From purebred Rhode Island Red and Single Comb Brown Leghorn chickens Also n few lino cockerals for sale Prices rcasolIable Minerva L Hagins Jack son ICY- Agents WunlcdlGx20 crayonIportraits 40 cents frames 10 cents rj jj f and up sheet pictures one cent 7 t oach You can make 100 per cents t profit or 3006 per week Cata logues and samples free Frank W Williams Company 1208 W Taylor St Chicago Ill N II Sallcy of Rousseau was hero on business Tuesday Joseph Denton of Smith Branch was hero on business Monday Stop with Hart Brothers at tlio Reed Hotel while in Lexington- J S Campbell of Stacy was hero Wednesday after merchan Join lensivolyjr j AIElder J D Hunter tho Jr O U A M organizer of this IVednesdnyfrontTravelers where ho instituted Patscy Coun cil iottermemo crs e lames Strong s of Whick IondnyDay Lumber Company r- w The Breathitt ISjew jt SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE i J WISE HAGINS EDITOR FRIDAY APRIL 17 i r1D s = A tl PATTON 1 ATTORNEY AT LAW OFFICE IN CRAWFORD nrJJACKSON KY fi iati li s Notice to Candidates ArlnOnllCCI11G1 ts of Cl1luiintos for oflico will be charged for ns follows For a District Ofltcq1000 For a OUicc 500 Except n complimentary notice civcn each candidate at the time e he announces communications booytingcandidateswilfbechargedfor munications will bo treated ns purely advertising matter for twhich The News does not assume I any responsibility Cash must accompany all orders for such advertising r ANNOUNCEMENTS lOU CIRCUIT JUDGE Wc arc authorized to announce JUDGE G W GOU11LEY Of BenUnille Ky as a candidate for circuit judge of this the 23d judicial district subject to the nc Lion of the Republican party We are authorized to announce JUDGE JAMES P ADAMS- of Heattyville Ky lu a candidate for circuit judge of this the 23d judicial districtssubject to the no tion of party- COMMONWEALTHS ATTT We are authorized to announce A II STAMPER of Campton as a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney of this the 23d judicial district subject to the action of the Democratic party Election Nov 3 1908 I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of Common monwealths Attorneyof the 23d judicial of tho counties of Breathitt Wolfe Leer r and Estill subject to the action of the Republican party I solicit the support of all good citizens re gardless of party afliliations A II PATTON We are authorized to announce Z T HURST Of Breathitt county as n candi date for Commonwealths Attorney for this the 23d judicial dis trict subject to tho action of the Republican party Wo are authorized to announce KELLY KASII as a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney in the 23d judicial dis theHopublicnn FOR CONGRESS Wo nro authorized to announce JOHN W LANGLEY as a candidate for Congress for the Tenth Kentucky District sub feet to the action of tho Republi can party FOR COUNTY CLERIv I take this means of announc ing myself as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Breathitt County subject to tho action of the Democratic party If elected I shall regardless of party afhlia tions be your most obedient servant AIVIMJD RUSSELL To the Voters of Breathitt Co Iam a candidate for tho oilica of County Court Clerk to be voted for at the November election 1909 GEO W NOIILB l By Way of Comparison FUOM UKATTVVJLLB BNTKIIlKISR The qualification of candidates for public oflico is a proper sub jest for discussion Fair discus stop tray n determination oIelatfetlttiossfor ollicc 1eo plo do diseussuclt questions pri vntoly and publicly Wo see no reason why newspa pers should not indulge in such discussions Two gentlemen have announced their candidacy for the Republican nomination for Circuit We have heardof no other candidates for this nomination Repub licans must decide which of the two they will have as their nomi nee The two candidates are Judge Gourloy and James P Adams Wo propose to fairly compare tho qualifications of the two gen tlcmen for the office foiwiiich they aspire Wo shall do so in a mnn ncrjas fair and froo from vfndict ivcncss as wo can We are for Judge Gourlcy but we arc for him r Fr auii3r 2J tSTENY of jt0 Ycour boyj Do you want to see the latest they are showing in DoYoubwant to select your suit from over a tII thousand different styles different colors shades and makes for just aIlittle less than been JOUaccustomed t o f t pay By all means come to LdeXlngtGn see the MODEL You will he wellrepaid for your ef fort Suits for men j from I m Ifl = y jamiU bu uht 4au4eb f I III LEXINGTON KY r11 P L on merit and for the same reason we arc not for Mr Adams I Granting what we believe to be true that both gentlemen are honorable and upright and Unit both arc true and loyal Republi cans two questions remain to be determined Which ia the bettor qualified and which will it bo bettor to nominate from the standpoint of party expediency hay t jug disposed of the first satisfactorily wo shall have no trouble with tho second First let us inquire into James P Adams qualifications lIe is about42 years of age and has been practicing law on 1n fow years Before that he was cleric I of the Magoflin circuit court He served a term in the legislature Ho has been commonwealths attorney for over two years lIe before ho uttarIIneno practice except in criminal cases There you have him Now let us take up Judge Gour loy Ho wus admitted to tho bar in 187S and has been engaged in the practice of law ever since lie was county judge of Leo county und a deputy in the county clones office Ho has handled the biggest litigation in tho country both chilundcriminnl Ho is known to bo one of tho deopeit lawyers and best practitioners in the State There you have himIJudge Gourlcy is considered a good lawyer Mr Adams is not considered good lawyer This sums up tho question of qualifica tion I Now as to expediency Can the anIbodWill the voters stand for anything elso After tho nomination is made the wholo people will have a sayr0 must come with tho best wo have in our shop The voters at largo know who is qualified They will support tho qualified j man Thus it is apparent that wo must nominate Judge Gourloy Ho measures up to tho standard of qualification and expediency The othor course is suicidal Wo do not speak in disparagement of Mr Adams but for the good of tho party J H Stidham was a callor at I our office Wednesday and had The News sent to his son Taylor Slid ham at Glendale Ohio Dr G S McDonald and Mon roe McGuire of Bcattyville wcro in Jackson SnturJay and Sunday Ned John II Combs and Wins Mill lins held religious services tn Leatherwood Sunday A large audience and good order prevailed They will hold services on Ten mile the fourth Sunday in April if not providentially hindered All dif1 Nell that appeared in the Jackson Democrat of last wee- kHowards Creek W E Gambill Samuel Stid- ham Alfred Gambill pad Arrowood have been logging TIu business is not paying enough an the scanty growth of timber is- rapidly disappearing The big tide covered up Bryant Spiccrs fence with sandand placed some largo raft logs in Man ford Clear oms door yardPreston Arro wood who recently moved to this creek is preparing to stove away Bud Noble has moved to Lost Creek Isnac Fugaro has moved into his new house near tho sit of the oldowJnmes Gillun has moyod into his new hous above Mauve Gillums Sowell Allen and Diddle Clemons are re ported to have firedon tho mail carrier on Canoo and arc now on Millers creek trying to avoid ar rest George and Wiloy Ander son have rented a part of thoir field to James Gillum Thomas Allen organized Sunday school in our district last Sunday lie appointed for teachers Alfred Russell and Ed GumbSII both o whom are fine young men Rev W J Arrowood has just returned from a visit to his relations in Lee county Tho floodwas very severe in that county and much damage was wrought among lhidtnkoc Mrs Nancy Stidham has been very low again Miss Sallie Ar rowoodsold thirtytwo chickens to Wm Russell a few days ago WOLFS COUNTY Campton W B Duff has moved to his now property on Plummer street same being the house recently va cated by IielleyFulksihc out look in the oil field is not very encouraging just at this time Beck ett Company drilled in a dry well on the Sy Cable farm this week also the John II Morgan j Co one on Hear Pen this week i I lion A C Oliver is in Frank fort this week on business jjI I 1 II Stamper Jr wont to Hichv mond last Friday on business re turning Saturday Uuclo William Taulbcc residing about ono mile north of Campton died at his homo Friday night Ho was buried on Holly Creek by tho Masons on Saturday D C Miller Jr is this week moving to his new homo in Campton He conies from Hazel Grce1 where ho has been in the mercantile business The quarterly meeting was con ducted at tho Methodist church last Saturday and Sunday by Pie siding Elder South ntc of Lexington He preached somo forceful sermons while lucre Mrs C G Curry of Jackson is visiting re latives in and near town this weelI II Eo Oney and wife who have been in Mississippi forsomo months returned Saturday Charley Combs and Volney Mur phy wore calling on their best girls at Clay City Saturday an- dSundnrlhe following mar riage licenses have been issued since our last letter II C Rose of Lee City to Miss Lou Pora Sobastain of Dnysboro and Osa Campbell to Susie Bellany The following persons wore registered at the Central Hotel since AIUuITington Herman Syntlcr Wake field Ivy IV L Center Hazel Cjreen C jL Cos OUvo Hill StillIwl1terioU after the Interest of some of his clients in Quarterly Court Fiscal Couri was in session hero Tuesday Wednesday and Thurs day of last week and many public neuters were attpndcd to NOTICE TO BIDDERS Z Notice is hereby given that bids will be received by tho Urcnthitt County Fiscal Court at the Court House in tho town of Jackson on Wednesday April t 100S at 100 p m for the erection ofn bridsio across the North Pork of tho Ivy river at Jackson according to the plans adopted by the Fiscal Court and for tho of the present bridge at Jackso- and tho rcorcction of same micros z Troublesome cFpol at tho mouth of Lost creek The court reserv ing the right of rejecting any or all bids For further particulars call o or addnsJUDUE S S TAJTLBUK NOTICE The firm of Spencer Me Daniolof Filmore Ky has been dissolved by mutual consent Mr to continuo the business thne firm 1908d2225 Toils MoDxiKr MASTER COAIMISSION ERS SALE Breathitt Circuit Court James S Cope fie Plaintiff vs Notice of Sale I C L Tonill Defendant Under and by virtue of a udg CircuiteCourt nteredat tho February styledeCommissionor will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder at the front door of tho Court house in Jackson Ky between the hours of one and two oclock p mwo- nMonday April 27 1908 the following described property All that parcel of lund lying on Frozen Creek in Breathitt county i and beginning on a sycamore Lickfa roicn thence up said Hock Lick branch to Bill uulbces line thence with said Iaulbeea line to Joe Spen cars line thence with said Sperm cars line to Grunt Lovelys line thence with Lovelys lino to Caroline Tcrrills lino thence with said line to the dividing ridge between the Clear Fork and main Frozen creek thence with said ridge to J It Wilsons line thence with said lips to the beginning There is excluded frpm the above boundary of land the fol lowing described boundary to wit Beginning on a walnut on a rock pear the bank of Frozen creek hence a southeasterly course to the top of the point thence n easterly direction with the port to tho Kentucky Lum bar sneer Cos Jine thence with sad lino to main Frozen creek Acnco down said creek to tho beg mine and will not be sold Ther is also excluded from the first bo ndary herein set out time follow J boundary of land to wit 1 ginning on a rock in the branch t tho upper end of the field ab ut ono hundred and fifty yards ftin the mouth of the first 1 ft hanl fork of Hock LidI 3 thence a northcnst diroctioi with 11 marked line to a sourwoodon lop of U o point thence dovn the point to a spotted oak thence a northeast direction with a tnork d line to a mulberry near the mouth of the dram at the upper endof the field thcnco with tho drain to the mouth of said drain thence n theIdown tho ridge between Rock Lick and Negro branch to Caro line Terrills line thence with said lino to a spotted oak opposite the beginning thence down tho pointI to the beginning willnot bo There is also excluded from the first boundary of land above set- out time follmwng boundary to wit Beginning at the creek on tho rock house just above tho orchard branchy thonco with Caro line to the top of the dividing ridgo between Clear fork and main Frozen creole thence up the ridge between Clear fork and mnin Froen creek to tho Kentucky Lumber Veneer Cos line thence with said lino to George W Rogers line thence with his line to tho creek thence time meanders of the creek to the beginning and will not bo sold There is also excluded from said first boundary herein set out the following boundary towit Beginning on n stone corner of C L Terrill and Grant Lovely thence down the branch to main Hal Lick thcnco up the branch with the bronchi and tram road to tho brllnchIlbontthence up the point of tho OldI Old house branch nu tho right hand lido to Grant Lovelys line thonco his lino back to the beginning and will not bo sold Thoro Is also excluded from time first boundary herein set out the following boundary viz Beginning on a willow tree cord a rock on the left hunch foflof Rock Lick about ten rods above the main forks of said Rock Lick thcnco a westerly course to the tap of tho point thence up the point to Joe Spencers lino thence with his line to Grant Lovelys line thcnco with his line to the main Hock Lick thence up Rock Lick with tho branch to time beginning andwill not be cold tinid sale will bo mailo oil a credit of six ami twelve month time The purchaser will bo re quired to execute bonds with good installnmeats pay IIblc to the Commissioner bcuriin per cent interest from Into un til paid stud having the forco and effect of a judgment on which exe benon or payment of said purchase money But tho purchaser may pny cash if desired The amount to be raised by this sale is as follows Balance of debt tied inter est S7C014 Cost of suit 1500 2282Ii I Total SS254C J W CAitrnvKu M C B C C tsp I J PATIJIPK Attorney MASTER COMMISSIONERS SALE Breathitt Circuit Court Mary Ann Holliday Plaintiff vs Notice of Sale Sheridan Ilollidny c Defts By virtue ctf a judgment of smile of the Breathitt Circuit Court entered in the above styled cause at its February term 1908 Iwill offer for sale on Monday April 27 1908 between the hours of 11 oclock a m and 2 oclock p m lowing described real viz Ono moiety or proPlrt1 terest in tho following property situated in tho town of Jackson Ky and bounded as fol lowsOne house and lot beginning three feet from tho corner of the Christian Science church lot on alonglineblacksmith shop fifty feet to a stone then running back front said street about seventy fret to tho Sam Colo line now the lino o- fC1 Little then with his line fifty feet to within three feet of straightlinolot flOxTO feet Saidnbmo described property will boSoldat public auction tIthe front door of tho Court House highestbidderThe purchaser will bo required to give bond for time money with approved s curitI andhavingreplevin hondo nnd a lien will bo reserved in said bond on tho land moneyinterestmust be prepared to comply with these berms Amount of debt and inter est 4GG15 Cost of suit 2140 Commissioners cost i 1083 Cost of advertising 750 Total 51238 J W CAKDWEU M 0 B C C SpringFashion c i Exhibit 1 Wo tits pleased to announce that J AVC have received a large shipment of spring und summer millinnry a large assortment of this seasons I styles We have a wealth of bcautifnl trimmed hats both for street and I dress together 11 itha superb cxhi I uition of the capabilities of our own designer A special invitation is J 1 extended to all to visit our millinery department i SPR WGURESSGOODS 1 We want the dress goods trade of 1 every woman in Drcathilt and thejsurrounding country and we arc do ft 1 ing all we can to get it We are i 1 showing new goods new weavesand new colors in dependable inerchan t11 j disc for home 1Cb 9- j ipartment we arc showing some 0111jJ tifulMVool and silk dross fabrics s- g r f Here also will be found every nc x- g i cessity needed in a womans outfit S r i OUR SPRING SHOE TRADE E 0ii i recollection of the oldest inhabitant S did any merchant in Jackson carry 8 I tho nptodate styles und qualities you will find in our shoe department S r S representing till the present day j- it fashionable leathers Every pail a iI creation in the shoemakers art tan 9 brown ltitelltfdull and kid leathers t- Y L- friIENg CtOTHINO As for our spring 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 I terial and fashion Ask to see our line of soft and stiff hats which includes the well1F known Stetson brands Come to us for p your straw and Panama hats and light I weight underwear and other furnishings = = = == == = We are headquarters for Groceries Drugs Paints and Oils Hardware fSj Tinware all kinds of Farming Implements Pocket and Table Cutlery and every thing you needIWe carry the largest line of Iron Beds in m z j Eastern Kentucky Call f- orBR9S catalogue i i DAY CO 4 I Wholesale Merchandise r i JACKSON KENTUCKYII t r IrheBreathitt News J WISE HAG INS KDITOU I CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS ffil A YEAR tIlhnMheL Every rhla of 1flS2525252S252i 52552rn m PHYSICIAN AND SUIt JIOS- rn m Office and lies Phone 60 i JACKSON KY rn EasasasoDu PHYSICIAN AND Suitmov r I Oflico in Postollice Building M Jackson Ky LPhone = u LW5T r5Csjwc5ci CGcr i Du 11 P DUFF I 3 PlIYHICIAN ANt SUlunos LOST CURBK KY f E P v IrfI4 s JI CCrr Ik 1 aiiiiuniiiioiiMHiwiiiimiuiuiimiiiiiiisI 1 ATTORNEY AT LAW = orrici ix HUUST IIIG E JACKSON KY I= ri 111I1I111I1I111I1I11111I1I111I11I111111111I1II1hr For best of every thing in gro corks go to Coin Grocery CoI Josh Aikman nml A D Parlor of Woburn wore bore on business Thursday 1i M Davidson of Woburn has moved into his house on theI IlohhtsIU C Graves is building n rosi dence in the Patton addition onI the Height Mrs Overton Axbill of Boron is visiting hor daughter Mrs Ma son the milliner at Duy Bro Thos L Sewoll returned lust W wk from ft throe weeks sojourn nt Hot Ark very much improved in hctlhhIWalter S Hogg who has been merchandising at Lumbrio for theI past few wools has returned nmlI will resume his law practice t The Night lUidors wire out on still hunt Monday night on thlI lower end of east Main street nndI 1mMdo n amid on several wood piles Judge A F Lyon returned In8tI woolt from Louisville and Cincin nail where lie haul been buying n new stock of goods for Mrs Inrgis j Tho Jackson Dancing Clubwill give n dunce tonight tit the skating S rink bojjinning at 8 oclock An orchestra from Lexington will I furnish the musicIGeorge Mays shot and wounded Will Bailey near Wilhurst Slit urday evening Mr Bailey or Banks as he H commonly willed not seriously hurt rrlWIIS I Miles Hack and son Burnam f have bought Jimlndr Plummers store at the mouth of Quicksand and will continue tho business and will also 1111a line of dry goods L and notions Bruce gwen who was seriously hurt some time ago has recovered and left Tuesday morning for Buffalo N V to rejoin his company r who are engaged in bridge con struction work t Marshall Combs of Stacy returned from Louisville Wednes day where ho had taken two of x his boys for treatment Ills son Abijuh died there of pneumonia Ho took his remains home Thurs day The recent rains and tides have have greatly damaged the roads and bridges of tho county It is the duty of every overseer in thoI county to warn in his hands and put his road in goodrepair as soon as possible 0 limo Kentucky Shuttle Block Stave Co will begin work here in about ten days The members of tho linn are Thomas Sherknnd Dr II B Wright of Detroit Mich and C J Little of this place They will give employment to several men A mns meeting of tho Kepub limns of Breathitt county has been called to meet at the court house on Saturday April 25 tit 1 p m for the purpose of appoint IIin delegates to the Republican Congressional convention which meets in Winchester May 5 Con I grcssmnu John W Latigley is tho only announced candidate y J A Growing Evil JACKSON KY April 1C Ofi ButTon Nuws It in hard to keep still when one sees open violation of the law nnd no effort made to stop it and espc chilly when it comes to scein houses of ill repute running in open daylight in Jackson and withI the knowledge of the town aIlicerllI One of tho worst evils of n city are the innumerable numb of lewd mend prostitute women win lire to bo found on the streets ufte tho shathiH of night and in the redIlight district In cities are pnid to carry on such mate trade and the moro shame but hero in Jackson we hmo houses of prostitution that are run in open violation of tho law am under tho eyes of the oiliccrs and not a him J raised to stop it It would surprise some people to know that some of time best mom of tho town can bo seen going to these places and there is mummy n wife in Jackson who is ignorant that hor husband is one of those who frequent those piece Not only in these houses can these lowd women bo soon but nearly every night out on the streets and especially around the college reel tuition building times congregate nnd from there disperse to various places Almost every day some ounI men can be seen going up the hill on Marcum heights and soon tome young women will follow after and they will not farther on in file woods One of the young men that goes up the hill quite fro quently and meets a lewd woman there is a licensed preacher and holds a certificate to marry people I am told that last year he married more norsons than nilof the other four preachers of TnclI son put together Not only is his conduct immoral but ho is very often under the influence of liquor I have triedtoy best to have the young man put out of the churchI tad thus have his license revoked It is a shame upon tho church and upon Jackson that n man of his character would be allowed to marry people when there is n rem edy for IL II is n hamc upon Jackson that housiS of ill repute will be allowed to exist ruin especially in respect i nble neighborhoods If there is no other way to stop theta then Inako them got out of the corpora tionllndstn there Let us ask town trustees to look into this matter and see what can bo done Ono of tho preachers told me the timer day that if these houses wore out of Jackson ho could reform Jackson Let him use his voice ind influence and let everybody use their inllncncaand we will uete them out PAUL DKUTIIICK Easter Cantata Hev Summers will preach at I the Christian church next Sunday horning on The Reason forj lope At night tho members of the Junior Endeavor Society Hnd ho Sunday school will give an faster Cantata which will be 01I owed by a short address by the minister Tho public is cordially anted to bo present Coming Events Three nights carnival next rook at the rink Something new itch night to highly allude you Dn Tuesday night tho 21st there will be an Orange Hace for girls Also on tho same night n Tugof Var by boys Prize for the win icr in each contest On Thursday night tho 23rd hers will be a Bicycle nnd Skate HICO in contest also somo other imuscments Prize in each conI CstOn Saturday night the 25th here will be a Necktie Party A irixe for the largest and smallest tics worn by either ladies on gen Ionian All tlio o nights will be nilof fun Everybody invited to lake part Prices ns usual A Special Order Needed Hereafter no person will be floweda claim against the county for any service rendered or mer ihandiso or other tiling furnished ray pauper or other person unless jy special order of the County mud ge or the Justico of time Pence olll e district in which tho service sTchdcred or any article furnished Tho impression that Jrcathitt county is nn insurance ocicty has cost tho taxpayers housand of dollars and tho Fiscal Court is dctermincd to put a stop cult A Death of an Estimabl Woman Mrs Juno Boo who for th1 post two years has been TJ1aldnJ her home with her daughter Mrs II Ili Gibson on tho Height diedon Monday April 1J HI08 Tim remains were taken to Toronto Canada her former horn for interment Mrs Bee was the wife of thl lute Boy Win Bee ono of told time Primitive Methodist min- Isters who canoe from England to Canada The funeral services will tnke place on Saturday next in Iount Pleasant Cemetery conducted b brother ministers of the lute Mi Bee Mr W Garner Bee of Schenec tndy N IV Mr Thomas AL Bee of Lcmbcrg Saskatchewan Can ado and Mrs W 15 Hoqth of Toronto Cnhada brothers nm lister of Mrs Gibson canto set oral days ago to he with their mother during her illness Miss Lhm M Gibson sister of Mr Gibson was also present lit time demise of Mrs lice having como several weeks ago to II1nlwI in extended visit in Jackson While Mrs lice had only boom with us two short years yet with her amiable disposition she hat endeared herself to every one who knew her She was a good chris Linn woman and by tho life shs livetlhae left a good example for others to follow As a Christian he was faithful to her conviction inch pure in thought words and leeds Wo can only acknowledge that the uflliction is Gods will Over in that beautiful land to which she has gone we know that she is free from the pain she endured here and when we gather at the river it is n sweet consolation to know that among the lured ones we will greet her on the golden shore We would console as far n possible Mr and Mrs Gibson in their bereavement ns we know they hue over poured out the healing balm of consolation to others when they have been over taken with loss and sorrow May the Great AllFather sustain then and bear them up in their deep Kricf until they feel that death isi but separation that must come ill in natures course and that only makes the cherished ono and the future over which the veil of normality is drawn for a time iwcetor in n hope and clearer in n with that reaches beyond time and akes hold upon eternity lest meat and lard afcCuie Grocer Co Patton building Hargis Denied Bail After hearing on a writ of habeas orpus in the case of the Common vealth vs Bench Hargis charged with the murder of James Hargis jail was refused anti the defend int sent back to jailr The case vas argued by Commonwealths Utorncy Kelly Knsh and A F lyrd for the Commonwealth and F J C Much and Judge Ucdwino or the defendant T T Cope represented tho defendant Cole Grocery Co have a brand new stock Lower prices than ny ene in town Suit Compromised The suit in time Fayottc circuit court of tho heirs of Dr Cox vs amcs Hargis Elbert Hargis and Cd Callahan has been settled by mutual agreement the defendants aging the heirs about 5000 This settles all the litigation to ate growing out of the assassination of Dr Cox Dont you know that you can lye mono by trading with Colo Grocery Co Try them Tautly Martin who was son aced to tho penitentiary for ten ears from Knott county about two years ago fottho murder of- IJ J Ambcrgy was pardoned Xcdncsday by Goy Willsou Judge Gourley Chester Gour cy II L Wheeler and John E Jones of Bcattyvillo Judge Alex itrong of Athol James Harris ind J F West of Irvine were here Thursday discussing time po itical situation in the Judges ace as we aro informed A letter from our Congressman Mr Langlcy reports that parties uiving sent in their names for gar len seeds may expect them in the next few days Time delay was mused by a fire that burned n lot- of tho seed on hand Born to Mr and Mrs Robert cDaniel on Apri111th a girl u = =J www ww wtiiv+ wr wvi 1 W r JJ R BLAIE t llEAUAkTE ti y ll- i tWALLPAPER 1 1Do not paper your wi old I newspapers as wallpaper looks bet m nl7 ter and is cheaper Some as low as Ji1 rqh 1 212iF t 6ft f 1 I PER SINGLE ROLL i t AT mf- I H I JR BLAKES= P amc qc tlTHE w Yr PbL LYON 1 SON COI q4s- it P INSURANCE f 9t fIri4t REAL ESTATES fbii STOCKS AND BONDS Ii t i itaptw ALL THE TOWNS i afFli IN EASTERN KENTUCKY a- tl w Want Live Energetic Men to Represen Us 6 i in Unoccupied Territory ig tI dI- l i It Address All Communications to the Com st i ii i pany at Bcattyville Kentucky lo of it l iI lo 4 m l iS i1 iis A l M a m nay w Marriage Licenses The following marriage licenses have been issued since our last re port George Sheffield and Miss Eliza beth Tumblin both of Frozen CreekP Hogloy of Hazard and Miss Polly Owens of Harbour villc Fresh cakes and crackers at Cole Grocery Co Patton build ingCharles Owner mind family re turned Thursday from Carlisle to resume his position in J It 15 lakes store PERT PARAGRAPHS Itoally nobody seems to know much about how to run n country but there tiro plenty who arc dead willing to learn Truly weought to proQt byour mhfortuuesbutIf dosowwuIUthoj then be misfor tunesA per son Is one wh- olmpresslvely leaves the Ini presslou that ho Is greatly Im pressed The curious thing about It Is that the more a man Is compelled to bor row tho less he Is able to It certainly Is exasperating to labor ously put by something for a rainy day and thou when you go to get It to find It has been soaked The reason that n sucker bites Is because that Is what he Is on earth for W H Henderson Ayres Street Opp Foot Office LEXINGTON KY v DEALER I- NGrain Seeds FeedI Wheat Rye Barley Oat and Corn Clover Timothy Millet Kentuok y Blue erase Orchard Gram Hungarian Hay Straw Hill Feed GOOD ROAD TO LEXINGTON The L g roadcomes closet to our store Decidedly the best place for Diamonds Watches Clocks JewelrySilverware Cut I GlassOpticial Good- sHEINTZ JEWELER OPPOSITE THE FICENIX LEXiN3TON KY P i w re = STock10 LIMITED AMOUNT Wo are going to install an ico plant in Jackson iti a few wet ks mud want more home people interested with us For this purposo wo have set aside a limited amount of stock for hone subscribers Draws dividends on both ico and electric plants For further information address our Secretary J W NOH WOOD Box 2C Lexington Ky Make your deposit on subscription at Jackson Deposit Hank JACKSON ELECTRIC MFO Co FOR SALE House and lot on Elm street known as the John D Strong house at a bargain Onehalf cash balance in twelve months For further particulars call at The News office w I 1- I This is the Question Whether it is better to keep your money inn drawcnj oivfsafe and dole it out in payments of accounts and bills or to bank itIA nnd pay bcheck There can be but one answer to this bank itr and check it out OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH US v It will systematize your affairs teach you economy and bring you into contact with the best people of tho community iThree Per Cent Interest Paid on Time and Savings Deposits 1 r JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK r- L1 JACKSON KENTUCKY I H hfltD v- v 1 t1 Thatssc i Yous if I s THERE IS NO FAKERY m In our method of business for overt dollar a you pay us your got ono hundred cents value in a- f return i We Believe in Square Treatment g i2r3Fi Your moneys worth mill the time We might I- M use up a page of space talking about our goods then you wouldnt know how good they are o is COME TO OUR STORE ML d2 4 So you can see for yourselfthats the surest way I ih rawora oc CoI f JACKSON KENTUCKY fe 0a 11 1 1 m IP 1 M I XE D w t 111 ill PA rk1is11 111 1 Ill W 111 linefJ i IJ tl9JAVill coyer more space last QPb and look better than 1i I any other paint made Call 11 Itland see color cards and IetIP1I1CCS v- Jackson tl u Wh ti- IP Drug Co 11f VI- iI 1 Ih O e c cn REMOVALg n I have moved to McCormick near Campion Junction where I willcontinue my business of male ing MonumentsAND Any one wanting anything in my lino will please writo mo ut McCormick Ky Iwill make monthly visits to Jackson and hope all my friends will save their orders for me It1M1 SHELY TREES cJ Fruit and OrnamentaltEverything for Orchard Lawn StrawberryPlants for free catalogues Wo have no agentsH Hillenmeyer Sous I Lexington Ky FOR SALE f j TOWN LOTS fAddress S S Taulbee Jackson Ky iJ L I r n seven MRr tI PRATT A Tale of the Cape Cod Fisher Folk By Joseph C LincolnA- uthor of Capn Err 1artnsat qf I tht Tide Ett by T D M lvlll IIUustrallowr j tPlri 7IJtUoDI SYNOPSISpCHAPTER IIr Pratt bftrnn comal narration of story Introducing IItodo Nathan Srudder of his ItandlidwarJ Van Brunt and Martin- f lIartl V two rich New seeking rreb Because of lodge pair lavish ex penditure Of money I matt a nwt Imprea sion was connected with lunatic tCJtAJTER nTho arrival of James J Hopper Van Uruntfi valet Rave 1rmjt the declretl Information about tho New Idrker They wUhpd to live what the wtrrmld Tire Natural IJfe Von Brunt i learned WHS the successful a ultm iJ for the hand of Sties Agnes l age who I t gave Hartley up f CHAPTER JIISol Pratt was en ndg ItJI cook and the party decided to cpiJ- uly Fourth In Huatwlch e CHAPTER IVThey took luneh ot KaBtwteh Van Brunt Hartley Pratt ant Hopper attending j CHAPTER VAt Fourth of July cele i bration Hartley rescued a boy known ai teddy a horses fet and the urchin proud to be one of Mh ages charges whom she had taken to the country for an outing lIItss Page i and Hartley were separated during a llerco storm which followed the picnic p Out sailing later Van Brunt Hartley Pratt and Hopper were wrecked In a squall CHAPTER V The Cruise of the Dora Bassett After that there wits a kind of tab eau same as them they havo ot church sociables Here was Hartley staring at the young woman and thi young woman staring at him and th boys starIng at bothof emand me star Ing at the three and the crowd around I doing grand double back actloa starIng nt the whole of us Then the part broke up as you might pay Hartley red as a beet now got ur and bowed The young woman got up too and held out her hand In a doubting sort of way But afore he could take It she seemed to remem ber something or charged her mind for she dropped the hank and turned to the boy who was on his feet by this time looking down at the rellci of his clothes And between grease and sand and dirt and rags they matt a ruin that was worth looking at made you think of a rubbish pile wlU a red danger lantern on top You naughty boy says she How could you do so If you know how frightened Miss Talford and I nave r been Are you hurt dear Naw says the dear brisk and disgusted Sure I aint The young woman fidgeted around him petting and poorlng him and pinning him together so to speak Hartley fidgeted too not seeming to havo his bearings at all He acted to me like he wished he was ten thou sand miles away and yet I callato he didnt Mally wish It neither The doctor and Major Phlnney were fuss Ing around and the crowd kept getting bigger and closing in If youll excuso me miss says I Interfering as usual whore twas none of my affairs I think perhaps twould be a good Idea If we went somewhere where twant so popular Maybe wo might go Into one of the rooms at the hall or Bomewheres s Why of course says Hartley grabbing at the notion like twas a rope Id thrown out to him Well go to the hall Ag MIsa Page let me present my friend Mr Solomon PrattSo twas the Page girl after all Id guessed as notch though how she come to be In Eastwlch when shed ought to havo been In Europe was moron I could make out She looked up at mo anti reached out her little hand with a kid glove on It Like wise she smilednet with her mouth alone same as an undertaker meet ing the relatives of the departed but with her eyes too Twas the right kind of a smile Im vaccinated and not subject to women folks as a rule but rd have done considerable to got a deckload of thorn smiles r- Im very glad to know you Mr Pratt says she just as though she meant it And we shook hands really shook em More I could get over that shako d and smile enough to bo sensible Ma jor Philander shoved her arm into thisand headed for the hall Drat his You never could beat that old image when there was a pret ty woman atnund Hartley looked Mod of set back like Then ho takes the boy by the hand and falls into tho majors wake Mo and tho doctor trailed along behind The Doc kept talking about what a bravo thing the TwIns diving under f tho horses was but I didnt hoar more than half of It I was watching tho Page girls hat and thinking how much prettier twas than the ones thefti boarder girls at tho hOtpl wore And yet there want a quarter so many feathers and ribbons and doo dads on it The little chap was chirping up to Hartley all the way What worried him was when ho was going to get his five dollars Martin told him hed t get it all right Hed advance it himself and collect it afterwards Whats your name sonT says ho to the youngster Denny says the boy Denny Dennis you mean Den nlswhatAw dont know Plain Denny I guess Where do you live la New York Over around Cherry street most of tho tlmo Me and tho old man used to hang out in the back room of Mike Donahues place on Mott street till ho got sent up Then I got to sollln JIIlpehand doln iTl s and things Sum limes Id take a shy at the News boys Home nights Thats whero Miss Agony Miss Page I mean found me Im ono of tho Fresh Air kids over to- bur Jacq t J Many more like you over there Sure I nine or ton of us girls and all Wo been hero a week now I skinned out of tho window this morn In and hoofed it over hero Waited- to I seo tho show Geol what a of Jays Youre the guy what gnnI the candy for mo nlnt you Shouldnt wonder Do you your tea her7 Bet your life Shes a peach Sos tho other ono Miss Talford her name Is I Humph What do they call you over on true cast sldo when youroat homo Redny says tho little shaver Hartley looked down at him and smiled one of his quiet grins Bully for you Ilcdny says he Youre a brick We got through tho crowd and Into the hall finally Shutting time door was a Job The folks outside seemed to think theyd been cheated Id like to have got rid of Philander but you couldnt do that without a block and tacklo ho stuck to Miss Paso like a kedge anchor to mud bottom The doctor was putting a strip of sticking plaster on Hartleys forehead Tho cut Want nothing but a scratch Im glad to say After a spell I see my chance and I cornered the major and commenced to talk politics Ho was hankering for the county representative nomination and I know hits soft pot Hartley and tho Paso girl got together then but they didnt seem to kaiow what to say I heard her explaining that she hadnt gone to Europe at all fHer ma had been took sick nothing to speak of I Judgedvj11 of nerves or the like of that So Agnes and her chum thlg Margaret Talford had een the chance theyd been waiting for and had got their poor children tribe to gether and ceme down ijnd took tl o Lathrop place at South Kastwlcli Seems Miss Talford had hired It afore Intending to go to the Fresh Air vyago alone longs she couldnt got Agnes to go It with her But how Is it that youre here says she J thought you were at the mountainsHartley explained that of the last moment ho had decided to try thjj seashore He was at Wellmouth fur the present he said But you should have known I was here she says I wrote toto Ed of course before I loft the city Oh I see I Sent the letter to your Adl rondack address But It should have been forwarded Hartloy stammered a little but ho said quiet that ho was afraid perhaps Van Brunt hadnt thought to send word to have his mall forwarded- I see she says Thats like Ed Martin seemed to think twas tQo but all ho said was lies written you very faithfully His letters of course have gone to Liverpool Well that was about all We had to be going I said goodby and we started for the door Miss Page cnine over and held out her hand Mr Hartley says she I want to thank you for saving Dennis Major Phlnney told me about it It was brave And Im glad that youre not hurt x She was pretty nervous but a good dual less flustered than ho was when he took her hand It was nothing of course he says hurried Hko That youngster vat worth picking up Good morning Miss Page He stopped a second to say some thing about Van Brunt no doubt com ing over to see her In a day or SO And then we left tho hall and headed for tho street Wo walked along protty brisk for a ways neither of us saying much of anything Whatever there was I ealIate 1 said Uy and by we comg to tho railroad crossing And here Hart ley stops short Sol says he I believe Ill go back by train I dont feel like a sea trip this afternoon Thotcrtbnt crack on the head has shaken me up some I guess Explain to Van will you Tell him Im all right but that Ive got a little headache Understand I presumed likely that I understood mare paybe that ho thought I did Headache Is a fair to middling excuso but I Judged thoro was other things Id scon them two look at each other when they met andwell they say a nods as good as a wink to a blind horse and I aint blind I made a sort of note in my mind to get the pumps to working again on Lord James next time I got a chanco at him alone Hartley left mo and went over to tho railroad depot and I kept on down tho poad to the shore I was loafing along going over to myself tho doings of the afternoon and won dering what Van Brunt would say and so OB when I como out Into the clear placo at the top of Meeting House hill And tho meeting house clock struck fourI junjpcd IHtp Id set down on a hot stovo I hahnt no Idea It was as late as that The pig and tho Page girl and the rest of tho mixup hall put all notion of time out of my head I yanked out my watch to mako suro that that clock was right and then I glanced at the sky Over torti- le eastard a big fat gray fog bank was piling up Twas high water at two Eastwlch Port covo is a nasty place to got out of at low tide and here was an easterly fog coming As a general thing I dont take any bodys wash when it comes to Ian ding a boat or looking out for weather and such but now I was ready to sing small A tenyearold boy brought up along shore would havo known trot tar than to do as Id done Dont make no odds bow good an excuse I had for forgetting no excuse Is good whore it comes to sallboatlng I wont down that hill like tho man in t tho tin cof fin went to Tophet cllukotty jlnglo I Jumped fences and cut across lots and Im ready to swear tight now that theres moro horse briars to tho square inch In Eastwlch Port than in any oth er plane on the Lords green earth bust through tho pines and come out on the beach yelling Ifil Turn out a orykodyl Oct aboard now Live iiAnd by time there want a soul in light For no less than twentytwo and a half minutes by my watch I Stalkd up and down the beach sego lug tho tide go out and bcllerlrig Ahoy I and Where nre you at the top of my lungs And then lo and behold you here comes Van Brunt Oct Lord James poking along ur If they had all the tlmo there sync Van bnd been ovor behind tho point taking a swim and his lordship had gono ulong to set on hula boss trous ers and keep the creases in or Bomb such mighty Important job All right skipper all right drawls Van cool as a Sunday school boy at an Ice cream sociable Youve got good lungs and youd ought to bo careful of em 1vo heard you whooping for tho last ten minutes What did you nnd Martin have whon you were up town By tho way where Is Martin Ho was so everlasting comfortable and sassy and I wits HO bllltig hot and nervous that it mado me mod riles gono homo on tho train I snapped out Got a headache Headache eh Humph What did you have up town and whero did you get It Never mind whoro wo got It says I Youll get a hoadncho from setting up stuck on n shoal all night If you dont get aboard that boat Look at thorn clouds Ho looked nt em Ah he says very like n whale- I didnt know what he meant and I didnt care- Whalo says I Well Well be lucky If wo aint tho Jonahs Get aboard with that basket you Oppor wlmtsyournamo will you If you want to fetch port tonight Lord James looked lute hed like to put another cad on me but his boss was round and ho daisent talk back Between us wo loaded tho dunnage Put YourHelmOvertoPcrtlP- orts You Lubber Port 4 hen Van tot aboard deliberate iiough to try a parsons patience and t cast Iccac and got sail on the Dora Bnssett Wed made a start anyhow nut It turned out that wag all wed nude Van commenced to ask me more about Hartley and afore Tcould toll him the nows about the pic race and the rest the Dora Baaaett run her nose on a sand flat and there she stuck I was afraid of that tide all alongI to get her off with the oar but twas no go Then I pulled the skiff alongside tha one wed been towing astern and got Into that and tried that way Hut that wouldnt work either Finally I jumped overboard up to my waist and thon I got her off- Rut she stuck again afore we got out of tho cove I splashed anti shoved nnd workod for another half hour or so the wind dying out and the fog drifting in limo I got her sliest this tlmo and had listened to a steady strotch of Van Brunts lazy sarcasms my temper was worn to aboestrings Conaarn the man It didnt seem to mako no difference to him whether he got homo that night or a week from then We got out of that blessed cove and into the channel somewherei around six oclock Then twaa a dead boot home and the breeze pretty nigh gone A fow minutes and tho toy shut down on us wot and thick and heavy as ever I see It We poked along for an hour or so more and then twas most dark and wo want half way to Wellmouth Lord James In his usual position hanging on to tho centerboard and moving his head from ono side to tother as If ho was afraid of being hit when ho want looking Id pretty night scalped him with the boom once or twlco and now ho ducked whenever the tiller squeaked Ho certainly looked like a statue of misery In a fountain with the fog dripping off his sldewlretors Van was stretched out on the OCT blowing smoke rings and spouting poetry Id been too busy to tell him u word about his girls being In tho neighborhood Fact Is I didnt like the fuel of things I believed there was wind corning Seo lucre says I finally ono of you fpllero II have to go forard and keep an eye out for shoals Woro on the edge of tho channel hero and I want to be in deep water nforo a squall hits us I callato theres one pretty nigh due Ills lordship just stared at mo fishy eyed mind pitiful Ao for Van ho went on reciting something about being on the sea with the bluo above and the blue below He want going to stir not him Look hero I says If we strike a sand bar and a squall strikes us at the same tlmo well go below way down whore Its a big sight bluer than tis here cording to the minI- sters tell Go forard on lookout wont youSo ho went though I doubt if hed havo known n bar whon he sec ono not that kind anyway Pretty soon the broozo glvo out altogether And then from off In tile distance I hoard a noise a rushing roaring kind of nolso Hark I yells Do you hear tlJatIHero sho conies Down with Haul on that ropo Mr Van will you No no Tother ono Tother onel Godfrey scissors Hero you Opper hang on to that tiller Keep her just as she Is I I mado a long arm grabbed that valet man by the collar yanked him into the sternshcets and jammed the UJler late his ltaqThi J tooJs a J I a i Tills woman says that sick tryhjydiaCompound us she did Mrs A Gregory of 2563 Lawrence St Denver writes to Mrs Piuklmm J was practically nn Invalid for six cars on account fcuinlo troubles I underwent an operation b time doctors advice bit in a few months L wns worse than before A friend advised Lydia K Plnklmnis Vegetable Compound and It restored me to perfect health sueh as I have not enjoy cd In many years Any woman suffering ns I with backache bearing dowp pains nnd perimllc palnshould full VegetableCompound FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN For thirty IR Ljdia K Pink hams Vegetable ont front roots nnd herbs fins been tho standard remedy for female ills mid hiss positively cured thousands of women who have been troubled with tl ispluce 1 1 lentst Jon fibroid ttufQF 1trgutiaritiest 1101 downfeelinIltulenc Judi ey nln918111OstrntlonWh sirs Plnlilmm Invites all sick women to write her for advice Sho has jriilded thousands to health Address Lynn Mass tying leap forard where the Twin was trying to cast loose the peak hal Hard having 8 notion it seemed that it ought to belong to tbo jib The squall struck ut The tOG split into pieces same as n rotter tops The Dora Banctt heeled oven till I thought she was going on her beam ends Ills lordship turned most a yoU like a tugboat whittle lets gi tlly ttlt r and dived headftret Into the cockpit unitdehlps As for mo I was swinging over the side with my whit weight on the jib downbnul pawlif air with my feet nail trying to Ret lack my balance That downhaul was old and son fatten It broke and I went overboard with a howl sad a splash I went down far enough to begin to too gllmpMs of that blue plato 1 was peaking of just now Then I pawed up for air When my bead stuck olJl pf water tlere was qoinatnlHQ bit d and black swooping past It 1 mats a grab anti caught hold As luck would have It twas the skirt we was towing asternI Into that skiff a up a tree I was full of salt water eyes and allbut I could see the Dora Uassett lopping ahead of mo with her gaff halfway down liar mast Seems the halliard had broken Last after tbo downhaul I I roared a sputtering kind pf roar And then Vans hood stuck out aref the sloops stern God sakes says ho Aro you drqynedr Drowned I hollers Think Im a poeky lubber Just cause you I had to stop hero to cough 1 was a regular tank as you might say of saltwater I good liegvena gaga Vqn Du they always do thatboats I moan I Always do Iwassomadat myself and all creation that I could scarcely answer Oh suffering mighty If over go to sea again with a parcel of Catch a hold of that tiller Bring her Into the wind Cast oft that main sheet Cast It oft Here comes another one- I suppose malnslieols aro kind of scarce on the Street Anyhow I- see that ho didnt knot what 1 meant That IPVC at the store J hoH ra Janclig nrcund In tlie sk12 Cast It off Lively Thp Mcond squall strick us I see the Dora Bassett drive off In a sweep- Ing halt cIrcle tho and of tho boom knocking tops of the waves to pIeces and the spray lying like a waterfall And louder than the wind or anything olio I could hear Lord James hellerlng for home and mother jha twant till afterwards that I remembered any of this Just thon I had other fish to fry There was to or tlireC ropes at the sailboats stern and Van had cast off one of cm same as I ordered Onllus It happened Instead of tho hed cast off tho skiffs painter MO and tho Dora Bassett waq parting company fast From out of tho dark ahead of me come a yell louder oven than Lord James distress signals Sol hollers Van Brunt Sol PrattAy ayl I screams Im nil right Never mind me Put your helm over to port Port wh- atPityourlsolmovortoPort I port you lubber POUT My man non hind gene overboard when I did and tboyd missal the skiff Twas quiet for a minute Then from further oft comes tile acree- ehhutpartoohodamnlhl ng jibportNever mind 1 I yolls Keephe- rjIlMtnsshcls Youll fetch uvallrllbt BettortakorcoL- Uackthntmnlns heat I Then I had to quit and grab up tho ears and bring tho skiff bow on to the seas When I got hor headed right I couldnt seo nor hoar nothing of tho Dora Bassott As Major Philander IJilnney says whon ho gets to tolling how much better General Orant would jjnve done If hed took his advice 1 STUB disconnected with my baso of suppliesContinued Next W cJl IN tASHOfJS AALNi Charming and Becoming Hats For Spring and Summer DOTTED NET ALSATIAN BOWS Entire Hats Conked With Roies As Many as Four Dozen Used on a Sin- Us Shape Flower Completely Cover and Hldo Crowns Moth silk and sntln enter largely Into his seasons millinery amid where time iiitlro hat Is not built of then mate mists It IB a favorite conceit to inter envo cords of satin with time straw he fliTAUgomiiit usually Wing In IL sharp contrast of yolo Inga At n bind ing for tilt lug tlenltaut Immure of rlns dot nt amid plate nmlluon satin and the soft glaco taffetas ore almost India pcnfuiblc mid lust those Iminuonso lows WHITE SILK 1AJUROL will coi nne lu favor throughout nn other season there seems lo IMS little doubt Com man T Of course bat WIt becoming and apes nsrp style Is not Some of the most expensive of the spring tnooVIt are showing this style of law trimming In a cobweb quality of batiste hand oinuroklcml the fine oboe of the material waking the bow almost as trnupparent as lace ttX trcutely good effects iMiwevw intro pas liable ID lens mostly mnlerlald while tIe bows mire sultulde only on the largo simian quaintly nmde bows of taffeta mud atlu are seen on IMMOO of the small lot shaped bat anti lUll so placed ns to touch onch other around time circumference or the hat iMniklUK Its nldepas olTtvlnilly UN do the ruches nod plaiting more RWjernlly user for tnta purpose Such a hat however Is iUlte beyond the powors of an BIOS ttur mid must be Infinitely smart look Ing to he omen ondurabto The wearing of lowers has grown lute n vet fashionable thing And where there were once only n few roses or i merhalis H large rose placed In the trout of the hat time entire lout IK now banket with roses Om lovely spring lint skqirg at least tour dozen pail steed rOM massed around the BUAltr SUNSHADE IUNULW crown of tho lint They are arranged BO ng to entirety hide tho crown and form a largo rosebush ut the side Tho spring lint suggests the spring sunshade and lovely ones hors been designed for our use this season Par ngols with long tmiidlori topiied with rabbits and parrots are among time nov cities Tlione handles unscrew A dainty parasol U Illustrated of white silk trimmed with bunds of lace caught together by n trollla of narrow velvet ribbon AMY VAUNUM Avoid Sponges It seems nlnioat as It the advice to avoid sponges would tic unnecessary 40 much hue been written against Ihem but there are still ninny women who persist In using them fur bathing mid yet consider themselves clean The absorbent and usually damp condition of the sponge 14 n regular microbe brooder Par babies and young children especially Is It danger DIIstO use one The woman who Is wedded to her sponge howuver should see to It that It Is rinsed smith dried In the Hun mutter each time of lining Water In Cake Making A cake In which water U use l rthin liquid Is more lender than the un sxoj with milk but the testtiro will be coarserPERT PARAGRAPHS Undoubtedly cooks mind housemaids belong to the peripatetic school of philosophy Maybe nil mun are liars but some of them would stop at once If their atten lion were called to It unless they could collect a commission upon It ItIsnt really so Interesting to know what la the first timing you would do under given circumstances as 1l1J toI know wjiat Is the lost OInTnOAD BUlL ING- I Practically Only Three Tool Arc Needed i GRADER HARROW AJD DRAG How DrRQsIng Has Denefited the Ulalivvaxt In an Illinois County Method of Making a Foundation Fei Good Earth Roads The people In WabciHh ootinty III mire hocomliiK actively ontbuslmtlc In tho mnttur of good country reads of native onrth This is especially no In the community treet of Alteiultile III and K ncmll so nil over the county antI In adjoining eoiintlw Wlivii tho work wits drat started nlinit four y nm ago tow people had any faith lu re HUlts and fewer sill took tiny part In time work lint those tow kupt nt It IranjItiK the winter rortilH nilu or shine muddy or dry till now aknoit everybody lellovw In road ilra gltiB nnd u vorjlnrK uumlwr turn out with boat for work every few duys ways Itinm II Shepard In time Womans XatloimUDtitly An eswiHllngly thor oiifli teat 1st Ulns inndo of the native earth to see win cnn be ilouc Although nil arc cmtatructed on tin wuno general prtiiclplw yet innuy dlffurunt kltnlrt or road drug torte l eon hunt mud tbelr rotIllIClhtlUt1rlts tiwtod Most of them too tHMintnivtfd of n liy 10 loch ttinlwrs roam eight to tm foot long nUll ri uln two trains for draw- lug them lama Imro steel cutting blades nnd sonic hnvc tint sonic lure OIHMI jpneo wtwcen the two innIn drag timbers rod others bare nollil KQIIH UI l ottoiiM They have foiiiHl so fur that the drag with solid bottoms are boat for soft muddy roads while thus rltli open spaces hohvcHtii the tltiilwrs are best for dry reads or for use Just nftor u dry fretno On Jan U5 tho roads In Wabash county wore froicn In n depth of tiro or MX iuche std tilt surface mum be rows ennMra lively dry and looo On the nfternmm of this date nil drags were Mtt In operation on time roadt One of the drnpi with two toum IICs- td back and forth over six inlloa of country road In Qvu hours on tho nflor noun of that ditto The mirface of the ixud sync dry anti rotten onongh so that the earth was easily niovwl nnd foohiB frotiHi below tho truck was loft M smooth and hard an u fair In many plait as niudi earth rin moved smith Iulactl iM rfivtly In tho center of UK rued an conk la done in the summer with a goad steel road grader All Mere tracks and wagon ruts worn till Ifl such after tine drni WB MNI both ways the road was lOft us flue an Ut- loest city pavement After two ilajpn travel these roads wwo In pwfect con mutton wltl uo ruts or horse tracks lefier that halt an Inch Them are pnicllcally only three tool ueeeraary for inking and tnalnlnlnlRM Rood natural earth roads They mitt the road xrmkr harrow pail triad drat toad prmdera rot from y00 to SOD Wh acwrdlnK to e11t nnd style liar rows are wi all farm antI the cost It CMMinaMy low while the rood ilnMt It to very simple of coiilruotk that Blest any one can risks ens hliu rlf Ior u roa drat to do effeetlvD work It muet be lituivy enough no list two Iwima will be rwiulred One twain U blMtcd at either roil of the dHR awl irbeii driven sew trout In monde to RO ihead of the other BO hut till draff novcp forward at an angle of thirty tr fortyfive degrees toward time center of tho road tlitw forcing tho surfncq with always to the center making time nwd rooflllcv which allows Hurfuco water to paoapo On time front timber I ytetl cutting blade Is fastened spas lo project IJl OW about lull an Inch This cutthiK blade IK not particularly iiBcosaary for real muddy roads but It c lees effective work vhielt the fOil IH loea effective work on n dry soil and oat grading cnn ho dew with It The road dregs Rroatqst eincicncy h for rode In winter whon they are wet Phil muddy or for levetliiB them In winter just after n dry freeze Uy nm dug the dreg aver bail whiter road liorao trucks wngon rutr end other de troMona are IlllcMl easUy anti rapidly tho water Mug forml out so It cnn away and the surface left smooth Iron common held harrow Is also any excollpiit drag and IU use U fay rtHflDK rach your Hest results are ibtalncd by iiHlnj time harrow when he roada lUll rough hut dry it then ids as n leyelur but not n Krador by mklnc oft the clods aiul bilinpii uiak UK thorn flue mud flllltiK In dcpre iloni to prevent the accumulation of mirface valor which III the main cause of heel roadn Koepln the ruts and holes flllwl lit time croater part of road nmlnttu iimice The harrow nod the drag are the two lost tools known fur doing It rapidly cheaply and well The foundation for n Rood native rarth country ruiid U mado by drawing Hie dirt to tho center leaving drain illlchcH on either stile to curry ofT the surface water This style might right ly bo called the roof road sluice tho roudbcd slopes from the center to time Ides like n house roof carrying the rater off In a similar manner Tho roof ridging of native onrth roads In the beginning can bo done cheaply and neatly only with tIc modI urn iron road grader which nets as both plow and Hcrupor of former timesI rime blade of the grader Is set at an ingle so that tho earth at each furrows pushed toward the center of the road ItesidCH the rapid work of the Cruder time long sharp Iron blade mores fUnilght leaving the surfiic and and smooth It malntalnrd In tho condition In which lime grader leaves It till road will remain dry wmouth anti passable for n large part of tho year The nine that gets what ho wantn Koncrally feels dissatisfied unless he ruin find some fault with It Dont worry about making friends make good and the friends will Jook tilt for themselves A wise woman runs her own nffa lH- on her own account and her bills ou her husbands When n man asks you to do him n avor look out that ho lint doing you at the same time J l I- nLIEIRAILWAY WIXT13II TIM 15 TADLK t 1KPFECTIVE NOV 18 1906 Not Ne3 i WLSr HOUND DailyEx IAlt 1n- Lv Jackson 0 10 2 0 K Junction 0 16 2 20IKlliiituwn 620 c 2 IllISSt Helens 0 rig 3 11 HputtyvilloJunct 07 3 20 t tlorrontCampion Junct 7 18 a lDundee 7 52 4 ui t KiUon S 03 1 H Stanton 8 IB J tilt i Cloy City 8 25 4 3G LK Junct uoo 601 Winchester 9 12 5 20 Ar Loxinuton 11 55 j O5 NO 2 NO 4 EAST HOUND ko Dailymix t PM AM w Lv Lexington 2 25 7 3S Winchester 310 813 L E Junot 3 25 8 2tj 02SllIlItOD + Filson 1 26 o ati Dundee 4 n IaCampion Junot 4 40 o as Torrent 4 6 i o r u Hcntlyvillo Junct R 18 10 17 St Iluluns 5 20 10 25 Tnllojrii 5 37 10 35 Athol i 45- Kllciitiuvu 10 4t G 00 11 10 IrAICONNECTIONS L K JUNCTION Trains Nos 1 and 3 will innke connection with C 0 Ky for Ml Sterling CA PTON UNCTION All trains connect with Mountain Cen tral Hnilway for Pino Ridge mid Canmulon11EAITFIhitii J UNCTION I ruins Nos 2 and 4 connect with andfronllkeattyville 0 K J UNC 11ON1rallm 4 No KentuckyfurCIIAS scorr G P A I 0tC K RAILWAY1- 1lr1Lfull NOV W won WEST HQUXD Daily Kx Sun Ism cci Jn a6ta- A M KM I tV Jackson 11 05 a 00 0 K Junction 11 15 3 10 Frozene11 a i 111jVnnolnvo 11 as Wilhurst n 4t a 52 s llninploii 11 ri 4 05 4 Rose Fork 12 05 4 3Q 4 OilyHeloclmwn 12 18 4 4S 12 10 4 55- tr Cannel City 12 afi 6 20 r 1 LAST BOUND Daily Ex Sun 1 n utAta JilT oia A mu PM 4 Lv Cannel City 7 10 1 00 llclcohawn 711 117 1 Lee City 7 45 1 23tHose Fork S 00 112 Hampton 8 21 1HWilhurst 8 37 1 51 Yanclovo 8 47 1 57 Frozen 8 50 2 01 0 1C Junction 9 25 2 25- Ar Jackson 9 30 2 30ASunday iwssonjror train loaves Jannel City at 100 p 1111 returning epees Jackson at 100 p m 1 M L CONLBV Gen dlg- rMountain Central opart Arrive i 45 am Cnmpton liaOauv 116 p in Catupton G 00 p mil Vrrivo Dcmrt 100 n m Campion Jun 10 05 a in 1 00pm Campion Jun 4 40 p n1 Make connection with nil L g passenger trains WhoTwill be antin year anti very man must rend to keep tostedon politics Th- oCOURIERJOURNAL Henry WatterHon Kdltor h ft Democratic Newspaper but it prints tho news ns it develops One dollar a year is the price otrThe Weekly- CounterJournal lutvou can get that paper and riio Brcathitt County News Both One Year F- orS15O If you will give or send your ordc to tho News NOT to Th Aurior Journal I i I w r