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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, April 24, 1908. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1908 bre1908042401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Breathitt County news: n. Friday, April 24, 1908. Breathitt County news. J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1908 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. 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quality for the lowest tinge Tho Jew Store is a guarantee price Xows of into rest follows Ladies Skirls Brown lime and Block f values for JfiO Skirt worth 1 for 3 flO Skirts worth S3 for 2 SO Now you cant ap preeiato what the Jew Store can offer you unless you come hero and and talk with us about it I comelook can yowl Thou wont you TEE JETW STORE See our Hats Shirts and rill articles of Furnishing Goods for men and Boys tho beat imaginable Headquarters for Counterpanes Luce Curtains HIIC Trunk and SuitCases = = = = 1tQPPt wbvN ett dt toLttey2ttntEnttoittt tWi1 T 1 ts 1 SIUI I IIISAI Jr CnI1It I W P P CUAW 1Oltl Met sii tCnsli- inniitililiiil IIOIMKK AhstVSCnslilors 31 I DAVIH AclhiK A t m BJNKIN6UiETHODSJi U tr i 0 t1 SATISFACTORYI AREr lists U 4 i 1 h To a largo llll1rin this mini eJJ tis account now+ lC1 lti 11 open i + Calllrlth 1 n us A call will entail no obligation t it Mt Wont you try and see i lt5aand SURPLUS 2735000 s tIJACKSON DEPOSIT BANK i Jackson Kentucky esamm m em eo T H E ti Southern R9y OFFERS VERY LOW ROUND- TRIPHomeseekersi Rates To Arkansas Indian Territory Louisiana Oklahoma Texas Tucsr days of each month Apply to any Southern Ry Agent or write B S YENT T P A A R COOK D P A LOUISVILLE KY n 8 O SAMlMJ K T HOSB ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and Councclors at Law CAMPTON icy This firm will practice in all the courts of Wolfe and adjacent couh tes Special attention to Corpo ration Law and Real Estate Liti iratibnOiliccs Second Floor Farmers tE Tritders13ank T y J I F 10 EJIC I 0 xd Il f t u I r rI I l Ie1 1 t Jj J r LWI I f 31ttr + t P t I BRItAlkrUTT 0 r tJNTh2NEwsJji 110 lubhehor1CINTlM I Kentucky berri DL ALLEN JEWELER MAIN SL OPP POSTOFFICI3 Has for sale a nice line of WATOIIHSKMIILHM PINS nVE GLASSES SPECTACLES unit nil kiuils ot Jewelry REPAIRING A SPECIALTY Reasonable Please call and examlncMlv i a crGreen l 1irjTho Hazel Green fair will be revived this year by J TaUr Diy its oriuinnl promoter Tho fair was run successfully for set oral years but was abandoned a few years ago Air Day has spent much of his timo and money in tho development of many enter pries of interest to the mountain I section The fair will be held the third week in September and will bo conducted in tho interest of this section Byrd Announces- To tho betiioorati of the Tenth Conyrcssipnal I lstrictor Kcnr otucky Many partial friends of mine representing nearly every county in the district have been kind Imui h to express the desire that I become a candidate for the Demo crntic nomination for Congress- I heartily appreciate their alle giance and 1 do not hesitate to sny that I should be gratified to be como tho Ituprcscntativc from tho district but Ium fullnwnre of the tlilliciiltios in the way of Dem ocratic success in a district which gave a Republican majority of about 500 in the lust Congressional rice and 1100 in the recent elec tion for Governor and I would not bo willing to enter upon a bit ter contest for the nomination I have accordingly talked to every Democrat who I could learn hadany Congressional aspirations but I have found none who is a candidate in feet practically nil of them said to me cither in per son or by letter Unit they were not and would out become candi dates Tho Republicans have already called their contention for May 5 and in most of the other districts nominations are bcing made or conventions a have been willed for that purpose Felling thcrer fore tlantfitistrmcthtlicnloarat were taking some action in this district and believing as 1 do that withn united Democracy there is a good chance for our part vs success at the coming elect iOIl I have decided to announce my candidacy Earnestly soliciting the support of all Democrats and promising if nominated to make every rca sinablu effort to win and if elected to devote my timo and energies to advancing tho inter ests of my constituents I am Yours very truly A F BVUD Drink Wdinscotfs Pop James Hays of Vest returned Saturday from Hot Springs Ark where ho had been visiting his sony Lewis and Adam who are in tho hotel and real estate busi ness there Mr Hays took a course of baths and is much improved I POTATO BULLETIN Agricultural Commissoner U C Kankin has issued from his ofilco a Special Potato Bulletin to the farmers of Kentucky en titled Ktcnucky as a Potato State The bulletin reads in part as follows Selection And ltCatmcllt of Seed lutntu l- ITho change or improvement that has been tirade in our breeds of domestic amimals and plants comes front selection This selec tion is artificial rather than path rat but in all cases natural laws ire followed When a variety runs out it is usually because of n selection which might bo called tho opposite of natural selection That is selecting tho weakest I rather than tho strongest spaci mons for the parent stock In selecting potatoes tho hill or plant is tho unit to bo considered The points of excellence in the plant are first health and strength of the plant second a good num bcr of uniform medium size tubers third all tubers should conform to tho ideal typo of par ticular variety fourth the eyes or the buds should bo shallow sons not to cause too much loss in preparing for the table When tubers arc selected from bins it is itn possible to know whether tho If lNGLINIGl s NO ALUM IN FOOD sad trial prohibit the alumtbaking powder So does France So does Germany The MIe ofalum rood hsi tan merle skeet in Wuhinjlon and uaDWridort Columbia UK um Lalbg pgvfderi Me everywhere recognized u injurious To protect yourself against alum powder 1 ROYAlPOWDER BAKIH3 I I and be sure you get Royal Roqalutheonly Dating Powder made Royal Crape Cream of Tartar It adds to the dieatibilitjr end wholesome par of the 0iiiditidtal tuber no mutter lcw perfect it may be lane from a plant which produced nil per feet tubers or whether it was the only perfect tube r on the plant consequently with bin selec tion the tendency is more apt to bo towards i v i iii j1 1 I t lI n to WArwl upbuilding of the variety Tubers from ideal hills should produce plants similar to tho par eat plants but n certain pOI cent of them will be poor hills owing to a reversion to the parent stock further back titan the first gen oration With ouch years selec tion this reversion becomes less and loa until tho percentage of poor hills should be very small A good practice is to leave seed tubers exposed to the light for a few days after digging before storing for winter This practice known as greening tho seed toughens the skin curd makes tl e tubers more resistent to dJeuse in storage Sacd potatoes should be storedi itt rat III1tow bins or looser i1rp1rictk Ir II fl t or ventilation and n tempera uri b tween 32 and 40 degrees bleat- Ing in the bins in storage is fro ijuntly the cause of poor stands in the field Heated potatoes can tot bo detected in the sprin and tho onlWI1Y to avoid tho dill cutty is in using care in storing Treatment of seed potatoes with formalin and corrosive sublimate bjforo planting to prevent scab has prored successful in Ken tucky and we urga that all pots toes used for seed ba treUa d to prevent stub Exposing tho seed tubers to the light and air in tho fall and again in the spring before slanting appears to bo more satis fctorePotato Cultivation Use alfalfa seed whenever pos Bible Plow in the spring tho Later part of February to the middle of April Finish tho days work by harrowing all the land that huts been plowed with a smoothing harrow After the ground has been been plowed see that it is well leveled so that there will be no highor low places Throw the soil towards tho rows with a cultivator and run asleep ns it will go Tho depth will vary from eight to twelve or thirteen inches This operation leaves the soil loose but more or less lumpy nnd with nn uneven surface especially on heavy soils Tno smoothing harrows should im mediately follow the cultivators to reestablish tho soilmulch Tho number of cultivations depends upon tho weather condi lions and the rapidity of growth of vines Tho cultivator is used a second time as sopn as the plants are largo enough so that the rows can be easily followed This timo tho shovels are not run quite so close to tho row but to- ile same depth unless the plants pre much developed Sometimes two cultivations are all that arc given but ordinarily a third fol lows tho second by a week or ten Jays and if tho vines do not gel too largo or irrigation becomes necessary cultivation is continued From tho above it will bo seen that much attention is given to seeping tho soillooso and porous also that till potatoes are grown ICOTIUED NEXT WEEK 1JIIP L a 1 l lit Ya t Clrcul l c nJ A from A 10cent will count FULL value A tag from a 5cent piece will count HALF v- alueTOBACCO y Ha t I with valuable tags t t 1 Save your tags from BLACK BEAR GRANGER TWISTWYastar Workman II Spear Head Old Statesman Sailors Pride Did Honosty Old Peach TarNatural 11 Coupons from yI AND OWENS SELECT SMOKING TWIST OLD TENNESSEE Brazil GILT Brazil from BUSTER Tags from the above brands are good for the following Md many other = useful presents as shown by catalog Gold Cuff Buttons 50 Tags Fountain Pen100 Tags English Steel Razor 50 Tags OenUemana Watch 200 Tags ILadysMany have with presents with which to redeem tags If you cannot have your redeemed at write us for catalog 1tPREMIUM DEPARTMENTrTHE AMERICAN TOBACCO CO St Louis Moi 5 h Athol The home of Mutt Bowman was destroyed by lire last Sunday af ternoon during tho absence of the entire family Mr Bowman had been at Irvine for almost two weeks watching his timber during the high tide Mrs Bowman and Jau = dsuglttcrltissGallibowora- ttending Sunday school Bedford and Charlie were gone to 1uckctt Bend some four miles distant and there wero but few of the neighbors at home who could have done anything had it been in their power The work was that of an incendiary beyondall reasonable doubt as the barrel of coal oil which was for family use wns turned down and some spilt nil over tho top and tho oil could be plainly smelt when the lire was discovered Tho fire was first seen about 331 oclock when the whole front of the largo building w i i in Humes The house was an eight room building and had stood for thirty yews The loss is be tween six and eight thousand dol lars with no insurance When Mr Bowman received tho telegram at Irvine that his home was destroyed ho tclcgruuhcd to soy eral places for but none could be gotten Irvine Estill County Court of Claims convened with a large crowd in attendance Not as many claims were allowed as usual Among those allowed were the following County judge 000 county attorney 000 jailor S131 county clerk 221 county school superintendent 530 To tal 3700 The court settled with the sheriff who owed tho county 2000 The court will proceed to issue bonds to the amount of 15 000 to satisfy a judgment against tho county Thirty bonds of 500 I each will be issued bearing inter at the rate of six per cent tint will be exempt from taxation The bonds will be sold to the best bid clef and will be taken up bv the county within three years from date of issue The county re serves the right to redeem snit bonds from three to ten years Judge Benton died at his home hero after n long illness from dropsy His remains were laid to rest in tho Irvine grave yard We extend our heartfelt sympathy to his family and relatives Dillard Daulton was killed by the cars at Ricos Station last Friday He was on top of a car two of which fell from a trestle and jumped falling eighty feet Tho cars felon him nnd crushed him to death K 1 r J iF il e k r a r- arrtarte J a vale Llii est itlolq L OF ANY PAPER IN THIS SECTION 7 L tag piece l f est Horse Shotr IvryS Eglantine III four PRIDE EDGE French Briar PipeSO Tags Leather Pocketbook 80 Tags Steel Carving Set400 Tags Best Steel Shears 73Tags tags home He leaves a wife and several chil dre tJuclge Gourley was hero looking titter his interests in the Circuit Judges ra c Let the good work go on as we need a man who will do his duty to one and all alike Monday was county court day Very few horses were on the market andnone were sold on nooountofthohglr iriccsrGcriz oral Powell traded live head of cattle to Newton Luttrcll for candidates from nil parts of tho county and district were here shaking hands with the voters among whom were A II Patton and Kelly Kasuof Jackson Gourloy and Adams of Beat tyville from Estill county were J N Snowden Uncle Daniel Lynch P Ar Wollinbargher n M Garrett Stephen Daniels George Powell Sherman Robbins and others too numerous to men lion 1 heard one candidate say he had shaken lands with so many people that it made his arm so sore uudstilf that he could hardly raise it I judge that before the canvass is over one half of tho dogs being killedon account of the log tax tho other half will bark themselves to death I nt the candidates before the can vass is over Hut dog or no dog taxes ollices have to bo tilled and I would suggest that each and every voter tale into considera tion each and every candidate aud- I cast his vote for the one he believes would render justice to one and nil t nhikeEggs For Hatching From purebred Rhode Island Red and Single Comb Brown Leghorn chickens Also a few line cockerels for sale Prices reasonable Minerva L Hn ins Tuck son Ky Puncheon Camp Wm N Terry Emma and Richard Jctt were at Herald Sun lily W D Cundiir of Will Creek was at Herald Friday Price and Iko Terry were at Oak dale Friday Edward and Mug gie Terry and Will Allen attended church at Henry Gabbards Sun lay Richard Herald was at Oakdulo SaturdnyMrs Maggie Gabbard visited Mrs Liio Little Sunday Mrs Woods Herald was hero tho first cf tho I week Mr and Mrs Wra D Back of Jackson visited tho hit I ers sister Mrs W D Cundiir- at War Creek last weekMissi Maggie Herald was at Shoulder Blade Tuesday Stop with Hart Brothers at tho Reed Hotel while in JtW H T1nl t Natural last 1 I yMY IuMe 13- itTenpennr j I MANS PICNIC ROYAL Smoking Smoking Yellow Strips merchants supplied themselves bloodhounds r- horsoIhe Lexington hh VOLFK COUNTY Campton Kelly Arnett of Leo City was in town Monday Attorney John Tester of Stillwater was in town Monday getting ready for circuit court Willie Cannoy returned homo Saturday from o Ifv k7svisiti 1Okluh inn ilea L o Murphy who went with him re tIselling whisky in violation of the flocal option law He was unable + 1 to pay the fine andwas sent to jail Willio hash stopped in town with his parents over SunIday on his way to Mt look after some legal matters John Jones of BcattyVillo was in Campton and vicinity from Saturday till Monday and did some good work for Judge Gourley while here W P Lacy of Lacy creek was in town Saturday slinking hands with his friends at thid place E T Rose and Capt Win L Hurst left for Frozen Creek Monday on business r Dr D II hash made a professional call on Stillwater Monday At a meeting of tho Board of Trus I tees of Campton Monday night Jerry Childers was sworn in as poundnmsterA C Byrd Esq r of Clark count is visiting his laughter Mrs Ben Sewell Dr W G Locldmrt is again in Camp ton doing dental work A meeting of the Democratic voters of tho 9th precinct has been called for Friday for t the purpose of electing a precinct committeeman to fill tho vacancy caused by the recent resignation of J T hunks Attorneys and litigants are busy preparing their cases for circuit court which will convene tho first Monday in MayDep uty Sheriff GcorgeM Spencer passed through town Monday on his way to Stillwater George is a candidate for Sheriff Rousseau Andy Mclntosh who wa sup posed to bo beyond all hopes of recovery from a broken leg is getting well Jackson son of Joseph Lovely is LovclyJwith typhoid fever John s- sintprovingA Mouse belong ing to Stonewall Craft was burned a few days ago Some corn and jIJ fodder was stored in tho buildingyIt is thought that it was tho work of an incendiaryMiss Martha A McIntosh of this place and Hugh Robinson of Frankfort yore married Friday Esq G P ICBack officiating Miss Belle Lovely and W Stidham were uni IPuch T W 4 t 0 r w j4t r The Breathitt News- SI IP PER YEAR IN ADVA CEI J VISE HAGINS EDITOR FRIDAY APRIL 24 A H PATTON ATTORNEY AT LAW II j OFFICE IN CRAWFORD BLIX1 JACKSON KY a3a z ecc Notice to Candidates Announcements of candidates for office will be charged for as I tfollowsa District Office 1000 a County Office 500 J IiIor a complimentary notice 1cen each candidate at the time announces communications boosting candidates will be charges for at 5 cents per line Such com munications will bo treatedaq purely advertising matter fo jwhichThe News does not IISl responsibility Cash must accompany u1orders for such advertising ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE We are authorized to announc JUDGE G W GOURLEY Of BeattyviHc Ky as a candidate for circuit judge of this the judicial district subject to the ti tion of the Republican party We are authorized to announce JUDGE JAMES P ADAMS of lleattnilc Ky an n candidate for circuit judge of this the 23d judicial district subject to the action of the Republican party- G01IMOx11EALTIIS ATTT We are authorized to announce A IL STAMPER of Campion as a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney of this IIthe 23d judicial district subject to the action of the Democratic party Election Nov 3 100H I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of Common monwealths Attorney of the 23d judicial district composed of the counties of Breathitt Wolfe Lee and Estill subject to the action of the Republican party I solicit the support of all good citizens re gardless of party alliliatiQnsIA announcr Z T II UUSTcBreathitt county as n cnndis date for Commonwealths Attor ftrict Republican partrIWo arc authorized to announces KELLY KASII us a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney in the 23d judicial dis IIUl1UblicnnFOR CONGRESS Wo are authorized to announce JOHN W LANGLEY as a candidate for Congress for the Tenth Kentucky District sub joct to the action of the Republican party Wo are authorized to announce A F BYRD as a candidate for Congress fort I the Tenth Kentucky District subject to the action of the Demo cratic party FOR COUNTY CLERK I take this means of announc lug myself as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Breathit- County subject to the action of the Democratic party Ifelected 1 shall regardless of party aflilias rlt lions be your most ser Cant ALFURD UUSStLLa To the Voters of Breathitt Co I am a candidate for the oflico of County Court Clerk to be voted for at the November election 1909 GEO W Nonce Some weeks ago it was generally conceded that Adams would be much the strongest in this county in the race for Circuit Judge but in the past few weeks there has developed decided Gourley sen timent and well posted politicians say that Judge Gourley will get a majority in Breathitt Jackson Democrat April 17 B all Our wholesale merchants have 4- 4ebeenil rl busy this week loading boats forthe up the river tradosriDavid Oney and daughter of Lambric were here Monday Ills daughter was having some den of tistry work done Mize Landrum has opened up a now store ut Cloy Hole Ho has had considerable experience in tire of merchandising business and we in predict success for himIII t I fef 4 + LIS TEN Do you want a real nobby suit of clothes for yourself or your boy Do you want to see the latest they rlarc showing in larger towns Do you want to select your suit from aver a thousand different styles different colors shades and makes for ust a little less than you have been accustomed t o allaYmeans come to andcssee the MODEL You will be wellrepaidJ ffi for your efA fort Suits for men frome 10 I and up r tr lMti fri lyt mi I LEXINGTON KY I Ht 1 jIJ THE DREAMER r Is Sick and Bad Results are Feared Uncle Reuben R Smith is revs with fever at his home at Lost Creekand is not expected to live but a short time lie re quests all his friends that wish to him in this life to call on him Uncle Reuben as he i familiarly called is one of ourI citizens and has been our friend Wo wish ho could be many more years with us We publish by request the follow hisdaughter who is now caring for in what appears to be his last for we know that his life in the next world will be a happy oneII was sorry to hear that father was worse I know that ho has suffered great deal and I guess lie is right when he says he dont want to get well as he would have suffer again probably in the near future I am glad that ho is not afraid to go and that his mind is at rest on that part Glad to know the lie has been such a good patien- anti indulgent father It is a great stfullof trouble and toil and suf feting yet he has borne it with patience never complaining nd always looking on the bright and doing all the good ho could for humanity I know he will receive his reward I know lio will have bright gems in his crown If ho is still with you when you receive this read it to him and tell him that I love him better now then lever did that I hate to loso such a good noble father one who has done so much for us und received such a little in return Yours trulyG C SMITH I Tho new pension law increasing widows pensions to 1200 per month went into effect April loth All pensioners who were less than 1200 per month were increased to that amount on AllrillJthwith ut tho neccessity leaving to make an application for an increase Austin Richie Patton mchieI Alex Richie and George Messer Vest were hero Monday buy g their summer supplies of T Hudson Son 1 J Taylor Day ofllazcl Green was hero from Saturday till TUGS day visiting relatives and friends This was his first visit here for 6ix years ho having been an invalid for most of that time having bro lien down from overwork lIe says hp has completely recovered and is very much gratified erar the way his business has been conI ducted during his Illness by brother Floyd Day and his sons willrstrength Ho says that he is much pleased with the reign pf pence and prosperity in Breathitt county Sand is glad that he had nothing whatever to do with the former troubles Mr Day has been con nected with many public enter prises for the betterment of east ern Kentucky and it is to be hoped that he will enjoy many more years of happy and useful life Simpson P B Tomlin went to Ohio a few days ago and brought his par evil1spend ers arc busy in this section preparing to plant corn Rev Wheeler preached an interesting Sundayt otthe oldest citizens of this comrou roily died Sunday night mdWitS buried in the Dunn grave yurc 1loadayThore will be preach hug and baptizing Sunday by Rev Henry Taylor Rev J B Flinclium passed through this place Tuesday to sec Uncle Tim Terrill who is not expected to live H C Clemons of Clemons was hero Monday after a loadof goods for his store at that place i Judge Gourley was hero plan day and Tuesday in the interest of his candidacy for Circuit Judge A social was given by Mrs E C Combs at her home on Broad way Wednesday night whichwas enjoyed by many of thin young folks It T Eiiger of Beattyville died Sunday night of pneumonia after a short illness Ho was county superintendent of schools of Leo county Ho leaves a wife and two children Sam Hurst editor of the Beat tyville Enterprise has been appointed county superintendent of schools of Lee county to fill the vacancy caused by the death of R T Eugcr r Crockettsville VMiss Ellen Belcher was the quest of her aunt Dora Bowling Sunday Henry Turner is very low withfcycr We wish him n- spgcdy rccoveryllastor Harry Belcher spent Sunday night with George Denton and family Mr avid Mrs James Riley and little daughter Gracie were visit ing hero a few days the past week Robert Stamper of this place and Miss Mary Ann Sebastian of Canoe were married at the home of the brides parents last Thursday evening and a dance was given by George Stamper of this place in honor of the bride and groom Mr and Mrs Price Ingram entertained a number of young folks at dinner Easter Sunday Among those present wore Misses Lila and Clara Denton Eliza howling Lillian Callahan Cora and- j 1 Annie Ingram Luther and Logan i Denton Clifton Gross Jesse Ri Icy Lewis Denton Doc Smith i Filmoro Mclntosh and Gordon In- Egram Tobacco Tags Bring Fine Presents Accordliijr to reports from w tho locnldealcrA In tobacco more peo plo are saving tobacco tags than ever before in the history of tho siring of presents in exchange for toljajjco tHis Thto tretp0n dons Increase In tug saving is due to the action of the American To bacco Company in offering a re piarkablo Ijstof valuably nrc5ontQ in return tot tugs from various popular tobaccos Such brands as Granger Twist Eglantine Ivy Black hear Horse Shoe TcnpfeHny Mans Pride Hip Four nnl about a flo en qthors that bear tags can be exchanged fQr presents An idea of what can be ticcompHshcd by so far reaching a cooperative system is gathered from such sample offers ns the giving of an English Steel Hagor for only hi taiReports In the tobacco trade in dicate that dealers throughout the country are laying in stocks of presents in order to be able to plea thp rising boom in tobacco tag saving In places where thr dealers are not supplied with pres ents The American Tobacco Com mailtaglsiirora selecting thin presents thov wish from a free catalog NOTICE The firm of Spencer Me Daniel of Filmore Iiytliuis beet dissolved by mutual consent Mr Spencer to continuo the business assuming all tilt liabilities of the firm This March 24 Hi 1908 W Ih SIKXCER 2225 JOHN McDAXiEL MASTER COMMISSIONERS SALE Breathitt Circuit Court James S Cope c Plaintiff- vs 6f Sale C L Terrill Defendant Under and by virtue of a judg Circuititerm 1908 in the above styled action the undersigned Master publicibidder at thin front door of the ICvfoclock p m on 1908Ii ho following described property All that parcel of land lying on Frozen Creek in Dreathitt county tCy and beginning on a sycamore tree at the mouth of Rock Lick a tributary of main Frozen creole thence up said Rock Lick branch to Bill Taulbecs line thence with said Taulbces line to Toe Spen cers line thenco with said Spen cers lino to Grant Lovelys line thence with Lovelys lino to Caro line Terrills line thenco withsaid line to the dividing ridge between the Clear Fork rind main Frozen creek thence with said ridge to J Rf Wilsons line thence with said line to the beginning Thorn is excluded from the above boundary of land the following described boundary to wit Beginning on a walnut on a rocknear the bank of Frozen creek thonce11 southeasterly course to the top of the point thence an easterly direction with the point to the Kentucky Lum ber Veneer Co 5 line thence with said line to main Frozen creek thence down said creek to the beginning and will not be sold There is also excluded from the first boundary herein set out the following boundary of land to with Beginning on a rock in the branchat this upper end of the field about one hundred and fifty yards from the mouth of the first fi II =lofl band fork of Rock Lick withRmnrkedlino top of tlc point thence downcthc point to a spotted oak thence a northeast direction with a marled line to a mulberry near the mouth of the dram at the upper end of the field thence with the drain to the mouth of said drain thence a straight lino to the top of the point to a chestnut thence up tho point to Joe Spencers line thence down the ridge between Rock Jjick and Negro brunch to Care line Telrills line thence with said lino to a snottcd oak opposite the beginning thence down tho point to the beginning will not be sold There is also excluded from tho first boundary of lunch above set out tho following boundary to wit Beginning at tho creekon the rock house just above the orchard branch thence with Care line Terrilla lino to the top of the dividing ridge between Clear fork and main Frozen creek thence up tho ridge between Clear forkand main Frozen creek to the Ken tricky Lumber Veneer Cos line thence with said lino to George W Rogers line thence with his lino to tho creek thence with the meanders of the creek to thin beginning and will not bo sold There is also excluded from said first boundary heroin set out the following boundary towit Beginning on n stono corner of C L Torrill anti Grant Lover thence down the branch to main Hock Lick thence up tho brunch with the branch and tram road to the mouth of tho house branch aUoilt fifty yards to n walnut thence up the point of tho Old Old house branch on tho right handside to Grant Lovelys line thence with his line bail to the beginning nflrt will not bo sold s also excluded from the first boundary herein set out the following boundary viz Begin ning on a willow tree andn rock on the left hand fork of Hock Lick about ten rods nhovo the main forls of said lock Lick thence a wostorlv course to the top of the point thence un the point to sloe Spcnoors lino thence with his lino to Grunt Lovely lino thenoo with his line to the main Rock Lick thence up Rock Lick with the branch to tho be ginning and will not be sold Said sale will bo made on a credit of six and twelve month imo The purchaser will bo re quired to execute with good security thereon for equal install ments of the purchase pride pay ible to tho Commissioner hearing ix per cent interest from duto un il paid and having the force and licet ofa judgment on which exe ution may issue A lion will be retained aLa on said land for the myment of said purchase money But the purchaser may pay cash f desiredThe to be raised by this ale is as follows ialancc of debt and inter est 700 11 Cost of suit 1500 Commissioners cost 238J Cost of advertising 2110 Total 8254 J W CvumvKU M C B C C JNO E PATHICK Attorney MASTER COMMISSION ERS SALE Breathitt Circuit Court Mary Ann Jlolliday Plaintiff vs Notice of Sale DoftsIof the Breathitt Circuit Court entered in the above styled cause ut its February term 1908 1 will oiler for sale on Monday April 27 1908 between the hours of 11 oclock a m and 2 oclock p m the fol lowing described real property vixj One moiety or onehalf in terest in the following described property situated in the town of Jackson Ky and bounded as fol lowsOne house and lot beginning three feet from the corner of tho Christian Science church lot on alonsrlineblacksmith shop fifty feet to a stone then running back from said street about seventy feet to the Sam Cole line now tho line o- fC1 Little then with his line fifty feet to within three feet of struisrhtlinolot 50x70 feet HaidIlboe described property will be sold at public auction at the front door of the Court House highestbidderThe purchaser will bo required to give bond for tho purchase money with approved security bearing interest from date and having tho force and effect of a replevin bond and a lien will be reserved in said bond on the land moneyinterestmust bo prepared to comply with these terms Amount of debt and inter est 4GGC5 Cost of suit 2110 Commissioners cost 1083 Cost of advertising 750 51238Ji9 i Spring Fashion Exhibit t We are pleased to announce that we have received a large shipment f of spring and summer millinery a j large assortment of this seasons j styles Ye have a wealth of beautiful j trimmed hats both for street and dress together with a superb exhi bition of the capabilticseof our own XL t ISb extended to all to visit our millinery g department gJc = == == SPRING DRESS GOODS t We want the dress ofbj a every woman in Brcathitt and the 1surrounding country and we are do x ing all we can to get it Y care ify niidrnew colors in dependable merchan gj rise for homo se leb1lnltlil C Ill we are showing some beau tiful wool and silk dress fabrics Here also will be found every nc S S- ioessity needed in a womans outfit OUR SPRING SHOE TRADE Is no iv in full blast Not in the 3 recollection of the oldest inhabitant Qs + r did any merchant in Jackson carry 8 the uptodate styles and qualities j you will find in our shoe department representing all the present day fashionable leathers Every pair a creation in the shoemakers art tan jl brown patent dull and kid leathers 8 t MENS CLOTHING As for our spring and summer line of Clothing Furnnishings and Hats for Men A Boys and Children WELL you will make Si a mistake if you fail to look throughour fa stock before you buy your spring outfit Cj We invite your inspection of them They consist of the latest novelties both in ma terial and fashion Ask to see our line of rt soft and stiff hats which includes the well known Stetson brands Come to us for your straw and Panama hats and light weight underwear and other furnishings = = =CC = = We are headquarters for Groceries Drugs Paints and Oils Hardware Stoves Tinware all kinds of Farming Implements Pocket and Table Cutlery and every thing t you need We carry the largest line of Iron Beds in Eastern Kentucky Call for catalogue j DAY BROS COiWholesale and Retail Merchandise JACKSON KENTUCKY l t t Jfr ih I l eJAINwIe I Y Jt y u f1 I4 The Breathitt News J WISE HAG INS EUITOU CASH SUDSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAR IulillHliLil Hvcry Friday ISaSSHSHSaSHSHSHSBSHSHSH J p 3 Du 0 11 SWANGOu I III PHYSICIAN AND bUIWKON I Ollico and lies Phone 50 I I tElJACIBON KY f- nlSa s5ur225 5 2Sr52c5j i IIPHYSICIAN ANn SUHHON Oflico in Postoflico Building Ci Jackson Ky LlllOllO c 2C Dit 11 P DUFF AND SUWIRON r IPmSICIiCUKKK KY f sent to K P i lLandrums store answered- muuauurnnnrnlultnnuuwumutmtw A III IC c II I MVUTLV L KKLLYf ATTORNEY AT LAW = oriici IN iiuusr IMG = = = I JACKKOX KY SiiiimimiiiiwiiimwiiiiniiilillliliiiiiiR v Miss Nancy Wooton lots accept ed a position as saleslady in DarI Bros store S M Turbtn of Paris is visit jngSK Pfttton this week on sinelsItForrent Furnished or unfur nished looms Apply to Mrs Charles Terry rt Tastonnnn Bach is building n cottage on his lot in the Patton addition on tho Heights Thomas Arnold of Filinoro was here Monday visiting his brother Dr A M Arnold Sanford Brown and wife of the lower Quicksand neighborhood wore here Monday shopping Henry Branson who holds a position in S S Timlboo Otorcc ht Hobbins was the guest of his particular friends hero Sunllut Mrs Belle Dyer of Winches r tor was visitiim relatives and friends here Tuesday and Wed nesday Judge S S Taulbec U prcpar Sngto build n cottage on his lot fjon Court street opposite tho Ar lington hotel 10LICapt J E Iuig finished up a stave drive out of Quicksand lust week Ho landed about 50000 Staves in tho boom here Among those attending the Hef publican committee meeting nlI mine from here were Dr A M Arnold A II Patton A T llurst and Kelly Kash rt Preacher Evan H Evans andI wife will conduct a gospel meeting t this Friday night at the McCor inlok Chapel in South Jackson to waichlOorr one is welcome f Governor Willson has pardoned o B F French of the States part of tho lino of 5000 assessed against him for contempt in tho MarcumHargis case He paid i tho balance into court last week Tim three candidates for the Republican nomination for Com monwealths Attorney wore hero Wednesday after n canvass ofl tho county One had been on tho Middle Fork another on TroubJQsorno creek and another on rl Frozen creek Each reported ther section ho had visited almost solid for him Wonder if there wont I bo some conflicting reports soon1l The announcement of lion Al F Byrd will bo found in our coU umns this week Mr Byrd is too well known in this section to l1eedt any introduction from us He wnsJ born and raised in Wolfo county but moved to Clark county a fewr years ago He has been very sueI ccssful in business and also in the practice of his chosen profession the law llo served one term ns Commonwealths Attorney ofI this district and the reputation heI made in that oflico is worldwide having appeared for tho State in what is known as tho foud trials which grow out of the Cox Cock rill and Marcum assassinations lie is an orator of ability and should he be nominated his voice will be heard in every county inI the district and he will do all in his power to bring tho Tenth dis trict back to the Democratic fold r r The Light Plant Being Overhauled- r W Norwood secretary o f the Jackson Electric Hydraulic Manufacturing Comnany ar rived from Lexington Wednesday with H V Cason of Eminence and Jerry CnwboC Lexington Mr Cawby is manager of tho Lexington Electric Machine Co spent Wednesday and hursdn overhauling tho machinery of the plant Ho will put it in good or der and have it ready for furnishing light to Jackson just as soon as n few now parts can bo ob tamed from the shops Seme o these were ordered Thursday Anew boiler pump now belting and rcbabbitcd joints are also needed and arc being rushed t completionMr was ono of the many applicants for engineer A gqod combined ice and electric tan will be chosen Saturday and it is said a Cincinnati man formerly of tho Edison works will probably bo the successful one The contract for the new ice plant will probably be let the first of May All who want electric lights should see J S Pcmbcrton who will have charge of that depart mentSubscription blanks for stock at 10 per share may be secured at tho Jackson Deposit Hank as there is still a small amount left for Jackson subscribers Primary June 20th The Republican Committee for tins Judicial District mot at Irvine Thursday and called a pri mary election to be lucid June 20th for tho nomination of n He publican candidate for Circuit Judge and Commonwealth Attorney of this district I Preacher and Soiled Doves Convicted- The police court has been busy this week inquiring into the offenses complained of by Paul Der thick in the last issue of The News Tho preacher and two the soiled doves were con victed and are now serving out their sentences New Bridge for Jackson Tho Fiscal Court was in session Wednesday and Thursday The contract for the building of a new bridge hero and the reerection of the old one at Lost Creek was awarded to the Empire Bridge Company Tho now bridge is to 21 feet wide with un 18 foot roadway nndn 5 foot sidewalk The old bridge has earned nearly 50000 for the county and the now one will pay for itself in three years The bridges to be completed by October 1 Marriage LicensesIThe following marriage licenses have been issued since our last re port Hugh Hobinson of Frankfort and Miss Martha A Mclntosh 01I Rousseau Juno of Jackson and Miss Carrie Day of Frozen Creek Green Mclntosh of Elkatawa and Mrs Minerva McIntosh of Shoulder Blade G B Woods of Oukdnlc and Miss M attic Terry of Jells CreekOscar Terry and Miss Lizzie Allen both of Jetts Creek Harvey Patton and Miss Aman Gross both of Shoulder Blade The Commencement Active preparations for corn mencement week are in progress t flea college The program willI be published in full next weekIThe first event which marks theI of the years work is the det between tho two literary so cieties The question in Resolved Plant Great Combination of Capi Are an Evil to Our CJUlJtrVI tiillrmiUivo will be uphold by Sowoll Williams Ernest Nowland So Idon Back and the negative tho following speakers KushI Williams Ilezekiah Combs and Fred Cope This debate will beheld in Jho college chapel on Friday afternoon May 1 the public is cordially invited to hear these young people We promise you some good music and recitations also Tho Baccalaureate sermon willI be preached by Rev T W Mc Corklc of Nichohisvillo on Sunday May 10 at 11 a m in the college chapel Ladies get your skirts pressed Send them to the bath rooms and they will bo cleaned nicely L Park Opening Tho L Park Hotel at Torrent will open for the summer season Friday May 15th with a grand ball The hotel will be under tho management of Miss Daisy Day daughter of J Taylor Day of Hazel Green Mr Day has made arrangements by which ho can waterdfreshr a near Green Wo predict a pros perous season for the hotel under the now manngcment A Meeting for Men and WorkfAt the Christian church next Sunday morning the Sunday school will begin at 0JO oclock as usual andocommunion service will begin at 11 oclock The evening service beginning at 715 will be espe woutennwho work Tho subject of tho sermon will beuThe Dignity of Labor All people who will come will receive u cordial wol come Marriages- At 5 oclock on April 16th F M Bcgloy postmaster at Hazard tad Miss Pollie Owens of Bar bourvillc were married in the parlors of tho Imperial Hotel Tho ceremony was performed by Rev C M Summers oT tho Chris tian church Juno Jett and Miss Carrie Day daughter of Squire Win DafooC Frozen Creek wore married at the home of Mrs Louellen liar ris last Friday evening at eight oclock Rev C M Summers of ficiating A Lecture ToNight Rev Marion Hunt of Louis ville preached a strong sermon Monday night to a large assembly at tho Baptist church Mr Hunt is a pastor of a church in Louis vile which contains aborit fifteen hundred members ho seemed to bo doing great work in the Lords vineyardMr was accom pained by a Miss Beam who was an excel lent soloist Before the assembly was addressed Miss Beam sung the old time song I Am Praying for You Mr Hunt and Miss Beam were on there Wily to Hazard where thor will attend tho commencement of the Hazard Baptist Institute and willreturn hero to lily Mr Hunt will give alec tare tonight on Be Somebody Let every young boy and girl in Jackson hear him Ho will give an cntcrcsting lecture on tho sub ject Wo are sure the talk will bo good for Jackson if tho people will heed to it When You Feel Tough Walk in and see us in the basement of the building on tho corner of Main and Broadway We will give you a shave or bathand press your clothes and shine your shoes and make you feel like a new man COMBS CAst The Easter Cantata The cantata that was given by the Junior Endeavor Society oCI tho Christian church last Sunday night was attended ban immense audience there not being standing room for all who came The parts were well rendered showing that hardwork had been done during the little time that was given to tho training It always does tho heart of the people good to go to a place whore they can hear the young persons speak and sing and go througha dialogue It is as good as a ser mon sometimes and brings us back the days when we were young were expected to entertain older people We older people have outgrown these things and feel that wo are too old to before an audience and speak piece or sing some songs but supposing that we are not too old we could not draw tho crowdnor could wo make the evening so de lightful and entertaining as the young pcuplo Wo have had our day now it is theirs But such an entertainment as was given Sunday night means a whole lot of hard work on the part of some one and to Mrs C M Summers and Miss Josephine McGuire is duo tho credit that everything was well given and there was hardly a hitch in tho program All enjoyed it It did us all good May the time never come when wo can not listen with pleasure to tho children as they speak their pieces and sing their songs I 1j R BLAKE 19 HEADQUARTERS FOR Ii I I WALLPAPERDo Ii i1 1newspapers as wallpaper looks bet tcr and is cheaper Some as low as I 212CROLL I i h i AT m m J R BLAKESo ra o iF io 0 ooooY n on o 0 0 n n So o o o tpiF a i THE e coJaF m INSURANCE iQFioF iyFMFr REAL ESTATEwii F ilk STOCKS AND BONDS oo r F iaF- iF LOANS NEGOTIATED i of ieFim AGENCIES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL TOWNS i a- F s F VidirF Want Live Energetic Men to Represent UsIF iFin Unoccupied TerritoryiFF a- i F F- isb I Address All Communications to the Corn I i I pany at Beattyville Kentucky i F of Returning HomeIWe are in from John Watts at Albuquerque Now Mexico stating that houwill come to good old Kentucky between the 24th and 27th of this month Kentucky will no doubt look good to him after a two years stay in the American desert Miss Nottio Combs who has also been spending tho past year in Albuquerque will return home about May 1st Tho State Board of Equalization has raised the taxable property of Hrcathilt county ten per cent Judge Taulbee and Assessor Ulan ton will go before the Board next Wednesday and try to persuade them to take it off James M Gose who was sentenced to seven years hard labor for a minor offense while in the army has been pardoned by Pres dent Roosevelt on tho recommendation of Congressman Langley Congressman Langleys bill for a U S Court hero las been favorably reported by tho Senate Judiciary Committee and will in all probability be passed by the Senate and become a law in a few days Deputy Marshal Grover Ulan ton is doing good work with tho town prisoners cleaning up the streets Mrs Peggy Minnix who has been in the hospital at Lexington for several weeks returned home this week almost well W H HendersonA- yres Street Opp Poet Offlon LEXINGTON KY DEALER IN Grain Seeds Feed Wheat Barley Oat and Oorn Oloter Timothy Millet Kentucky Blue Grin Orchard Grass Hungarian Hay Straw do Hill Feed GOOD ROAD TO LEXINGTON The L K road comes closest to our store Decidedly the best place for DiamondsWatches Clocks JewelrySilverware Cut Glass Opticial Goods HEINTZ JEWELER OPPOSITE THE FKOENIX LEXINGTON KY L STOCK 10 LIMITED AMOUNT Wo are going to install an ice plant in Jackson in a few weeks and want more home people inter ested with us For this purpose wo have set aside a limited amount of stock for homo subscribers Draws dividends on both ice and electric plants For further in formation address our Secretary J W NORWOOD Box 26 Lex ington Ky Make your deposit on subscription at Jackson Deposit BankJACKSON ELECTHIC Mro Co FOR SALE House and lot on Elm street Stronghousecash balance in twelve months For further particulars call at Tho News office Iraasr-r r t tr h f- Mw E n I I A J This is the Question Whether it is better to keep your money in a drawer or saferand dole it out in payments of accounts and bills or to bank it and pay by check There can bo but one answer to this bank it and check it out e OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH US It will systematize your affairs teach you economy and j bring you into contact with the best people of tho community Three Per Cent Interest Paid on Time and i Savings Deposits t JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK itJACKSON t KENTUCKY I F W T3rtsYFi21t Q O II t- iF i You Will Get All Thats mi Coining to lOUmG i m THERE IS NO FAKERY ieI In our method of business for every dollar lonpay us you got ono hundred cents value in i return W it Treatmentof i t i f l ii Your moneys Worth all tho time We mightIuse up a page of space talking about onr goods r then you wouldnt know how good they are iF Q COME TO OUR STORE i iiSoyou can see for yourself thats the surest way g 1F I 1- 32F r Crawford cf Co TC- FieF I t i F iI JACKSON KENTUCKY 0 0 FiFtFlFFMFoQ isrir r I I 111 iii MIXED1 t 1 rfl + Wtu iJust ieceiveda full line it11 guaranteeII t l1 1 4 111 tI1v Ii J e e 1 11l- 11l 1II1Ni t any other paint made Call J iiiand see color cards and get I 11liii 4e 1 111l Jackson Drug Co t 1g ill + t c c e cEEe REMOVAL I have moved to McCormick near Campton Junction where I will continue my business of mak lug MonumentsAND Any one wanting anything in my lino will please write mo at McCormick Ky I will make monthly visits to Jackson and hope all my friends will save their orders for mo RIM1 SHELY t j 7FIItt 1 TREES Fruit and Ornamental Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Our Strawberry Plants are money makers Write for free catalogues We have no agentsH 00 Hillenmeyer Sous Lexington Ity- FORSALE B TOWN LOTSlAddress S S Taulbee Jackson Ky i N r rIloll IMRATT p A Tain of the Capo Cod Fisher Folk By Joseph C Lincoln Author of Cap n Ertfartntr4 ttf tht TIJtSEtc Illuitrnllons by T D Malvtll tgplrIW1IIIJ owpaDlU SYNOPSIS CHAPTER IMr Solomon Trait bfffar conical narration of story Imroilnelns IwellIodo Nathan Scudder of his town Van Brunt and Martin1 Hartley two rich New Yorkers serlslns rot Became of latter pairs lavlili ex- penditurer of inomy Iruun drat Imprei f lion was connected with lunatics CHAPTER HThe arrival of James Hopper Van llruhts valet gave Pratt the daslrexl Information about tho New Yortters They wished to live what they termed The Urunt aisucceaafalIt was learner t sultoi far the hand ot Miss Acres 1ase who gave Hartley up CHAPTER JIISol Pratt was encaRei as cook and the decided to spend J July Fourth In Kastwicb CKAPTKU took lunch IVTberJJrlstwlch von Pratt an Iloiipur attending CHAPTKR VAt Fourth of July celea bratlon Hartley rescued a boy known a lleddy from under n horses feet and the urchin proved to bo one of Mla IaKo charges whom she had taken to the country for an outing illsw Page and Hartley were separated during a fierce storm which followed picnic Out Hailing later Van Brunt Hartley Pratt and Hopper were wrecked In squall CHAPTER VI Ozone Island was busy for the next good Andwhilescared dont say a word Not scare for myself you understand no In deed When 1 get drowned with a tight plank under me and a pair of oars In my hand twont be In the bay ill tell you that But 1 was scared for Van Brunt and his lordship In the Dora Bassott They didnt either o- em f know Vile Jib from the riiddor and the valet was too crazy frightened to be of any use If he had But Van was sure to be cool enough and tho broken gaff would act like a double reef so that was some com fort And the squall want going tc amount to nothing twaa only a fall breeze even nowso If Van had sense enough to keep the tiller straight and lot her run theyd fetch up some whores alongshore I Judged And tc make me hope still more the squall had brought a complete change ol wind with It now twas blowing back up the bay instead of out to sea So1 squared my shoulders and laid to the oars heading for whore Judg s ing by the wind the land ought to bo Twas darker than a black kitten In n niggers pocket but I cnlIatod to be able to hit the broadside of the United States somowheres I got aground on the flats five or six times but along towards midnight I butted ashore at the little end of nowhere whore thor was nothing but buihos and sand and pines no sign of civilization And by 4thls tlmo twas pouring rain After a couple of years of scratch- Ing and swearing and falling down I t come out of tho scrub into a kind of clearing Then I discovered a barbed wire fence by hanging up on it llku a sheot on a line and located tho back of a barn by banging into it with my head Then a nice talkative dog come out of tho barn and located me and things commenced to liven up While me and tho dog were con ducting our experience meeting alight showed In an upstairs window t a little ways off and somebody sticks head out and wants to know 1whats the matter Who aro you ho says My names Pratt says I Where aro you Well I says Judging by tho feel and smell Im on top of the pigsty But I aint real sure I can tell you I where your dog Is If you want to know What are you doing round here this tlmo of night he says I told hlui as well as I could Tho dog was laving a conniption fit trying to bark Itself Insldo out and 1 had to say things over three or four times sos a body could hear But the feller at the window want satisfied oveR then I never see such a wooden P head a What Pratt did you say you was he hollers I told him my name and where I hailed from I Sol Pratt ho says Of Well mouth What are you doing way over here d Blast It all I yells If I want halt drowned already I should say I was getting wet Turn out and let a feller into the kitchen or somewhercs wont you And tie up this everlasting dog That seemed to wako him up somo and in ten minutes or so ho comes poking out with a lantern I know him then Twas Ebouezcr Holbrook Huldy Ann Scuddejs sisters husband who lives over In the woods on tho line between South Kastwlch and West Ostable Thero was another man with him and blest If it didnt turn out to be Nate Seuddor himself Him and Hold was visiting over there same as he said they was going to Nato had more than a million ques tions to ask Kbenezer tied up the doff tho critter pretty nigh broke down and sobbed when he found I I ivant to be fed to him and we wont Into the kitchen Then Mrs HolbrooV iandHuldy Ann rigged up tasty and r quiltsMattequestions When Nato found out that one ofIIlls lodgers was cast adrift in tho bay t ho was almost as worried and upset as I was Hut Hbonezor agreed with us that there was a good chance of the sloops getting ashore safe Ho said why didnt I turn In on his setting moot lounge for the few hours tween then and sunup and In morning me and Nuto could take tbeI yawl dory and cruIse alongshore Isunt 5ft I done It though tWILl pre i l V1f c clone little sleep 1 got About six oclock wo started 1 thought first Id go up to Kastwlol village and telegraph to Hartley Thou I thought Id better not no use to scare him till I had to Nato hall heard about tho pig chaso and Hart leys doings over there and he pea tered the life out of me with Questions about that Queer that boy should turn out to bo his brother want It ho says Whoso brother says 1 leaning out over tho yawls side and waldi lug for signs of tho Dora Uassott Why Hartleys ho says Brother says I Twant his brother No relation to lint I heard different Ill says I heard twas his brother name of Oscar Dennis And that woman from the school was his brothers wire Some says she aint living with her husband and some say Hartleys right name Is Dennis and that shos his wlfo and lie was down here hiding from hor Seems when that boy first dove Into the crowd twas because hed soon hartl- ey They say that when that woman and this Hartley met she sings out My God my husband Thats what some says she said and others says She never said no such thing I says She wouldnt swear If he washer husband four times over she aint that kind And she aint his wife nor his sister nor his sister lolaw nor his grandmothers cats aunt noltl or Shes no relation to him and nelthers the boy Whos been givIng ou all this rigmarole toilerdthat lived the feller had heard It from somobod else that had got It from somobod else and so on and BO on NIghs I could find out It had started from Hartleys telling mo that the boy was a brother outcast Some Idiot with hitothought ho sahl the whole string of yarns had sprout ed from that Shows you what gQod soil there is for planting lies down our way If lies was fetching ton coots a barrel the whole nelghbofhood would have been rich yeara ago All the tlmo me and Nato was pow wowing this way tho yawl was sailing up the bay towing my skiff behind hor There was a nice fair wind and a smooth sea and twas so clear aftji the rain that we could see the hllli across the bay But no sign could we see of the Dora Uassett nor her passengers I was getting more wor tied every minute Wo cruised along till we got abreast of the point from where the Old Home pier was in sight But the aloop want at the pier No use going any farther so wo como about and begun to beat back again tho way wed como Scuddor was worried too but his worrhnont had caught hint In the pocketbook proves how dig ease will always get hold of a fellers tondorest place Look here Sol says ho do you callate Hartley II want to stay to my house If his chums drowned- I dont know I says Impatient No I guess not Well now he agreed to take It for a month and theres five days to run yet Alnt he liable for them days he says I was feeling just moan enough to want somebody else to feel that way so I answers Well you cant hold a lunatic cording to law And you and Huldj Ann have agreed that hes crazy Ho thumped the boats rail Crazy or not says he I cant afford to lose them days I shant give him bath none of his money Then ho thought a minute and begun to see a speck of comfort Maybe the shock of tother fellers drowning Ml make him sick be says Then hell have to stay longer than the month Trust Nate Scudder to see a silver lining to any cloudand then rip out the lining and put It In his pocket Hy this time he was beating In towards where the Neck Road cornea down to the beach And there on tho shore was a feller hailing us And when we got close In It turned out to be Hartley himself He was glad enough to see me but when he found that Van and Lord James had turned up missing he was In a state Hed been kind of scared when we didnt come back during the night and had walked down to the beach in tho morning to see if he could sight us We headed off shore again Nate watched Hartley pretty close and I suppose when he soon that the Twin didnt show any symptoms of getting sick he begun to worry again He got out a piece of pencil and an old envelope and commenced to figure Mr Hartley says ha after awhile about them lady friends of yours over to Eastwich Do you callate theyre going to like whore they are Seems to me a placo thats as easy to run away from as that aint the best place for a boys school If they was on an Island now the scholars couldnt run off I know a 2c Island they could have cheap Fact Is I own Itthat is Huldy owns It Its In her name Thais It over there Hartley didnt answer I looked whore Nate was pointing Ohl says I Horsofoot Bar Thats a healthy place for a school Might do for a reform school maybe If you want particular how tho ref- ormIng was done Horsofoot liar Is a little Island about five miles from tho Old Home House a mile and a half from tho mainland and two font from the Jumplngoff Plato By the help of Providence decant weather a horse two whips and a boat you can intake It from Well month depot In threo hours And when you have made it you can set In the sand and hang on to your hat and listen to tho lonoeomencss Id forgot that Scudder owned It When him and I sailed up that morning wed passed It on tho outelde now we was between It and the beach Its a nice dry place says Nate arguing and you might live there forever and nobody could run away Humph says I thinking of somo thing Id seen 1n a newspaper Hells got all thorn recommendations Hartley was looking at tho Bar now All to once tie grabbed me by tho inn and pointed Sol ho says whats that stick- Ing up over tho point there There behind those tr oa Isnt It a boats I mood I looked and looked once more t Prom whore we was you could see a- Part of Horsofoot Bar that was out of sight from the rest of tho bay As- sayI I looked Then I gave tho tiller- II shove that brought tho boom across with a slat H took Natos hat with I It and cracked him on tho bald spot llko thumping n ripe watermelon Nato L grabbed for tho hat and I drove the yawl for Horsofoot Dar Id spied tin Dora Hnssbtts mast o1i r the sand t spitIn a jiffy we see hor plain She was lying on her side in a little cove just as the tide had loft hor Her canvas was down In a heap partly on deck and partly overboard but she dldn t sewn to bo hurt none I beached tin yawl just alongside of her dropped tho sail chucked over the anchor am jumped over myself Hartley and Scudder followed We was yelling llko loons Up through tho bunch of scrub plnr we tore still hollering And then from away off ahead somowhcrca como the answer I was so tickled 1 could have stood on my head In a minute hero comes Lord James to meet us Ills lordship looked ycl low and failed like a wilted sunflower anti his whiskers seemed to be running to seed Hut his dignity was on deck all right Mr Artley says he touching what was loft of his hat opt yonr well sir Wheres Van asked Hartley briskMr Van Brunt sir Up at the ouso waiting for you sir The house says Hartley Tho house says 1 Then I re memberedThere a houso on Horsefoot Bar It was built by old man Marccllus Berry and in Marcellus day they built houses didnt stick cm together with wall paper and a mortgage like they donow Consequence Is that though tho winter weather on Horse foot made Marcellus lay down a con siderable spelt ago hU house still stands us pert find sassy an old gable ended jail as over was The house was there and Scuddor owned It Likewise he owned tho sheds and barn In the back gad tho sickly hunch of scrub pines and the beach plum bushes and the beach grass and the poverty grass and the worldwlthout end of sand that nil these thing was stuck up In As for tho live stock that was seven thousand hoptoads twenty million sand floas and greenheads and mosquitoes for ever and over amen Wo foil Into the valets wako and waded through thousand hummocks up to the house And there on the piazza witting In a busted caneseat chair with his feet coqked up on the railing and the regulutloi cjgtjr ID his mouth was Van Brunt kind of damp Ill wrinkled so far as clothe wont but otherwise as serene and chipper a Rubinson Crusoe as the average man Is likely to strike In one life tlmo Want we glad to see him And he was just as glad to see us Hollo skipper Faye he reaching out hU hand So you got ashore all right Good oncujh I was a bit fear ful for you after you loft us last nightAfter I left him I liked that And he was fearful for me Huteph says I I hail a notion that twas you that did the leaving Talk about dropping an acquaintance I never was dropped like that afore Look here Mr Van Brunt afore you and me go to sea together again well haye a little lesson In running rigging I want to learn you what a main sheet Is Oh he says careless like I guess I found It after a while At any rate If Its a rope I cut it I cut all the ropes In sight You did says I with my mouth OpenYes Thats an acrobatic boat ol yours It seemed to want to turn som ersetsi I judged that that sail made It topheavy so I told James to take the sail down He didnt know how but we decided that the ropes must have something to do with It So I cut em one after the other and the sail came dow- nSuddenpays L Well fairly so Some of It was In the water and the rest of It on James I resurrected him finally and wo pulledI most of It Into the boat It ter then Did hey says I I was learning seamanship fast Yes says he If I were you I wouldnt have any sail on that boat She does much better without one Then It began to rain and I got somt of the dry sail over me I believe 1 went to sleep tltenor soon after Nato Scuddcrs eyes was big as pro serve dishes I guess mine was bigger stillGood Lord says I Did liisdid James go to sleep too No says Van I think not I be- lIeve James wos holding some sort of religious service How about It Jamos Ills lordship looked sheepish Well sir ho says I dont know sir 1 may avo been a bit nervous Im not used to a boat sir I shouldnt mind your praying James Van says sober as a deacon If you didnt yell so However we got hero on this Island about five oclock I believe Rather tho boat camo hero herself we didnt have anything to do with it I never In my life They say the Almighty looks out for the lame and the lazy Van Brunt want lame but Well says I Ill believe In spry clan Providences after this Van jumped out of the chair Hy George ho sings out Talking of special providences Martin come here Ho grabbed tolher Twin by tho arm and led hint down off the piazza and up to the top of a little hill near the house The rest of us followed without being Invited I know you couldnt have kept me back with a chain cable I havent visited ninny asylums Mud I wanted to see tho patients perform Look beret Martin says Van when wo got to tho top of the hill Look around you We all looked I guess I know I did There was the old Derry house square and weatherbeat and gray And there Will a derelict barn and a half dozen pig pens and hen houses stranded alongside of it And there was Horso foot bar all around us for a halt mile tr so BQjid ami beach EFQSJ pnd pop I- j I MOOSE WORK Thousands of American women sl1iikluglItlhIn order to keep the homo neat and pretty tho children well dressed mid tidy women overdo A fomalo weakness or displacement is often brou ht on anti they sullor in silence drifting along from ball to worse knowing well that they ought to have overcome the pains and aches which daily make life n burden It is to these faithful women tha- tLYDIA Ee PINKHAMSV- EGETABLE COMPOUND comes as a boon as it did to Mrs F EIlswoltltof JInyvillc N Y hid Boydof Denver Falls Pa who say I was not able to do my own work owing to the female trouble from which I suffered Lydia K Ilnldmms Vcge tablcCompound helped mo wonderfully und I am so well that I can do as big n days work as I ever did I wish every woman would try It FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN For thirty Lydia K Pink luuna Vegetable Compound made train roots and herbs has peen tho standard remedy for female ills and has positively cured thousands women who have been troubled with displacements Innammation ulcera tion llbrold tumors irregularities periodic pains backache that tear feeling Hatulenoy indigos prostration11hy Sirs IMnklinm Invites nil side women to write her for lulvtco tqhealthW UP toads all complete And beyond on fl Own It He Says qno side was the bay with the water Ipoklng blue and pretty In the fore noon sunshine And on tother side was the mile and a half strip wed Just soiled ncrgss with the heath anti mainland over yonder Not a soul but UK In sight anywheres Tho whole layout would have made a firstrate pho tograph of the last place the Lord made the one he forgot to finish Look at It hollers Van Look a- lIt Now what Is It I begun to bo sorry tho keeper hadnt arrived that time when I thought he was coming I callatod he was needed right now Martin aeomed to think so too He looked puzzled What Is It he says Whats what What do you mean Why this whole business Island and house and scenery and quiet and all You old blockhead hollers Van giving the other Twin an everlasting bang on the back Dont you see Its what weve been looking for all thoio weeks Its the pure unadulterated acccptnolmltations Natural Life I set down In the sand Things were coming too fast for me If this kept on Id bo counting my fingers and playing cats cradle along with the rest of tho loons pretty soon I know it But would you believe It Martin Hartley didnt seem to think his chum was out of his mind Ho fetched a long breath By Jove he says slow I dont know but youre right Right Yon bet Im right Its been growing on me ever sInce I landed Well be alone no females native or Imported to bother us Heros a bully old house with somo furniture bedsteads and so on already In It I broke a window and climbed In for a rummage Jolllost old ark you over saw Heres a veranda to sit on and air to broathe and a barn for a cow and plenty of room for a garden and chickens whew Man alive Its Paradise And I want to locate the man that owns It I want to find vHeJ to say It but once Nate Scuddor was so full of joy that ho had to shove his hands in his pock ets to keep from hugging himself I own It he says gemI tin and I hire this place do you understand Its ours from this minute for as lung as wo want It Nato commenced to hem and haw 111TIu1reyt t after It and Nor mind They cant have It We outbid am See Wltat will wo do for groceries asks Hartley oonsldirlnt- SciHdtr 11 bring um to us says Van Wont you Souddar Nell 1 dont know Mr Vita Brunt Im pratty busy now nail Well lmyyou for your time of course What about boils and oooHai uten ails and 10 on inks Hartley tonsil erlng sonia more- ScuddorlI buy em for us sumo whores And milk and eggs and butter Scuddottill we got our own chick ens and co- wI1IIoroll a oook Wholl do the mo cooltlnIhere and cook for tit and navigate us and bo our general manager Irattn tilt buy Hold on thoro I sings out Avast heaving will you If you think for one minute that Im going to quit my summer Job to come to this polo and live youre Youre gaming says Van Never mind tho price well pay It Now shut up youro coming What can you say to a chap that I groaned 111mI Live on Horsofoot Bar I Live on It- Horsefoot liar says Van Ia that Its name Well Its Horsofoot liar no more Ive been evolving a name over since I began to broatlio here Breathe Martin ho says Draw n good i breath Thais It Thats pure ozone I Gentlemen permit me to Introduce to I you Ozone Island Scuddor grinned He wtu feeling I ready to grin nt most anything just 1 thenOzone t Island toys Hartley I Ozone Island A restful namo Well Its a rdfetful spot Isnt It skipper Yci snysl As restful as bring burled allvo and pretty nigh as pleas antx Continued Next Week ROAD vVORK POINTtR How to Marc and Mcintair Model Earth Highways USE OF LOG DRAG ADVISED Ueware cf Water und Narrow Tires Says licVeral Bureau of Public RcadsBeat Implements to Use How and When to Plow Whllo AinerlcHii nmd bnlldprs are ar capable of HHixtrurtlng Rood reeds n those of any iinintry of tilt old world Uipy hnvo not hen HI lovallv supported us the moii of Ihiwo PountrltM In nmliitainliis lit lilRJiways nftor com pletlon nud tho dvporabl Htate of many hundred thuHnand miles of ran Is thus nc xmle l for miyn n bulletin front the Tutted Ptat w ofllre of pulrflt ItBllIously object when asked to provide I funds to robulhl the road that has IHIMI allowed to go to rllln I It Is Important that farmers learn of the bcnollttt to be derived from good ROAD dltAUElt AT WOHK earth roads that county boards l o Im pressed with the need of a proper maintenance of the sane and that road builders uud overseers learn how best to care for the rods In their charge Tho persistent and powerful enemies of earth roads urn water and narrow tires and tho constant effort of the men In charge of the roads should to guard against their destructive of pets and remedy nil dmnapo as quickly as possible The olmple Implements which have been found lobe of great est assistance In this work jiro the plow the drag semper the wheel scrap er the rued grader and the split lug drug With n sandy soil und a subsoil of tiny or clay and gravel deep plowing so us to raise and mix tho clay with the surface soil anti scud will beneficial The combination forms sandelay road at a trilling nI On tile other hand If the rued bo tirely of spud ti mistake will he made If It Is plowed unless clay out he odd ed Such plowing would merely deep en the sand mind at the same time breakup the small amount of hard surface material which nay have formed If tho subsoil U clay nnd the surface scant In sand or gravel plowing should not be resorted to an It would result fun clay surface rather thou one of sand or gravel A road foreman must throw not only whit tb plow and what not to plow but how and when to plow If tho toad Is of the kind which accord lug to tho above Instructions should IM plowed over Us whole width the best method Is to run the first furrow In the middle of the road and work out to the subs thus forming a crown 11 ell II Itl from such plowing aro greatest In tho spring or early Hummer In ditches a plow call bo used to good advantage but should be followed a scraper or grittier To make wide deep ditches nothing better than the ordi nary drag scraper has yet been de wised For hauls under n hundred feet or In making llls It In especially serviceable It Is a mistake however td attempt to handle long haul mate rial with this scraper as the wheel scraper Is better adopted to such work For hauls of more than 800 feet a wagon should bo used TkSuighlngt n4at aternllF 11 Ins al foridT work Is the grader or road tfiiT chine This machine U especially use ful In smoothing hud crowning the road and In opening ditches A clay subsoil under n thin crafting of soil should not bo disturbed with n grader It Is nlso a mistake to use It grader Indiscriminately and lo pull material from dltilioN upon a sandflay road Sot Infrequently turf will nnd Hilt troll ditch bottoms are piled In the middle or the road In a ridge milking imidholos a certainty It IH Important In using n grader to avoid building up the road too much at one time A toad gradually built up by frequent ue of the grader will last hotter tlmn If emir l1tlltlltt one operation The foreman fix qitently thinks hU road must lit high In the lust li stnnco He pints up material rout ten Inches to n foot In depth only to lint ru with tho arrival of the Must rain that ho lUll furnished tho manorial fur us ninny liuhe of mud All material ihould IM lirouidii up In thin layers each layer well puddled and Until packed by roller or tinfflo Itt ror tin next li added A common mlntiike 11 lo crown too high with the road nut chine on a narrow rom The split log drug should ht used to fill In ruts and smooth the ninth when not tot badly xnmhod Thi drug posRoftffeft great morlt and In ao almplo In construction and operation hut every farmer should hare uus Care of Culverts end Bridges All kinds of road pare culverts bridge and dltchcn and UIPO should llwnyti bo attended to Pnlnt nil Iron Mid woodwork Keep all culverts und ruches upon REVIVAL OF MACRAME Led This Spring as a Smart Dr tA Decoration The rurlvnl of niacnimo Is pmllt Ill from microns tho seas stud already li Purls thin knotted late heretofore dill lzc l fur lioiwobohl dmiruUuiiH U 110I lug employed Mil dress piniltiuxi Some of the Kiiuirtnt gowns by IarUInu Ie tellers for the coming summer are trlwinnl with iris tore File lUwtRiis may lx curried out In twisted silk liictrino thrvml or beet of nil In the orisliml inacmmo cottons or heel tlirmiht which are to In hind In various decrHVH of MmrsititwH or line less The usual way of workliiR time tome In IIIKJII an olilnni cushion slun Ml with vinery pord r to make It henry awl covered with static bright colored inatrrlflU The knotting U really quite Hlmplo nijil after a llttte vxperlwvo imttsnm are osey to rcjirodMco either fnuii an llluHtratloii or a Illu of ntarranio The Bret tiling to do Is to ascertain the numbor of threnda that will hv ro qulrtd to form one rapwit of n pattern niMl theo la a wall printed Illnntratlott wn Iw stunted along the top lute of the lace Each little section looking like n Imttoiibolt stitch rotirwfitte ow lung thread ilottbli il HO nil to form two The eras thread In then laid alotiK the cushion and fnilouml down with 1111 at either ell and tile don Me threads are attached hy slipping tile douWe ends under tho crocw thrwd lirindii them over nut drafting through time loop after which they urn drawn up IX IISII NOT IATTSUX tightly The length of thn threads varies according to the elaboration of the pattuni and whether a fringe w tassel llnUh is riMiilrwl or till luco to be completed without either Ior tie handiouiu moo Illustrated which In a Purls slide line almost this vffoct of n beautiful old Greek lace thread of ulKxit n yard ami a quarter lung ware required The knotting of the single thrcadH on to the leaders to form tin croMH of the hcndln and tho mednlllon below thu second cro B thread Is qulto wtty to follow lit portomommlo n dnlnty little nf toll In twine colored nmrramo undo up over a scrap of old row Iu Barry lirocnde is hi the fish not pattern form ed l y a tierlfN if Soloinonn UuoU worked with alternating thu uK u slitih thuf Is now In great rtquoxt for the flab not macrame used fur Blieves MAC1UMK Eon TlllUUINO and fur whojif i louses Ilitlo Mouse or lOUt orimtnuiiU are quickly exocutud In nincnune by simple knotting which nuiy bo carried out In one two or more colors as desired To Remove Dcpotlt From TeakettUs To removo the deposit from the In stile of teakettles till the kettle with Water und add to It n dram of tell ammonliic Let it boll for nn hour when till fur or potrlllod Kiiltstuuro found on the mctnl will bo dissolved jnd cnn be easily reino ml Itlnxu the kettle out well thou boll out once or twice before using thee contents But She Wasnt Pretty She la very modest this to be- Anybody WhyV would to carry that face iround Wanted to Do Right JVou iKgiin this letter near though t IH to Omit unknown es Should I begin It 9alltl LIEIRAILWAY VlNTI5It T1MH TA1JLI3 EFFECTIVE NOV 18 1900 t NO 1 NO a WhSl HOUND gExAM rn Lv Jnckson 0 10 2 20 0tG K Junction G If- iElkatawn 2 26 0 20 2 SO Atliol 0 10 2 52 Tiilloipi ti 10 8 00MSt Hulons t BU i HwitlyvilloJunct 7 OT 8 20 Torrent 7 H- OCumpton 3 1 Junct T 48 3 j j Dundee 7 52 1 oa Kilion S oa l J1 Stanton 8 15 4 chi Clnv City 8 25 l a5 LKhinct y 00 5 07 Winchester 912 t20 ArLoxinuton i 65 G 05 o2 NO 1 EAST UOUXD UailyEx IM A M Lv Lexington 2 25 7 85 Wlnchwitur 3 10 8 15 L ti E Junct 8 25 8 20 Clay City 1 00 0 02 Si iinton I 10 0 10 FHson I 20 9 22 H1OUllptonTorrent I ft7 0 fG- BeaUvvilloJnnct n 18 10 17 Si Holens 5 26 10 25 Tnllejjn 5 517 10 515 r Athol liJli 10 18- Klkatawu n 00 11 10 o tLt K Junct 0 10 II irA i Jackson n 15 11 20 t CONNECTIONS L A K JUXtrIONTminJNoi1 and 8 will ntako connections with Ct 0 Hor Ml Stoning CA M 1 TOX JUNCTIONAll trains connect with Mountain Con tral Kiiilwuy for Pino Hidjjo nnif rm1111 10- 1113EAlTlVII414LJUNCI10 P 1 ruins Xos i and 4 connect with tGL A Hy for passen ers to and J from HcntiyiiUc- O K JLXCriONTniiusXo i ontuckyforcn AS scorr G p A I Ol Ie RAILWAY JCPiKCTlVIS NOV W HUMS WEST MOUND Daily Kx Sun lW CtAl IIJII etues A M I M- Lv 00OJlrnon 11 JU a a- Vanglovo II 88 3 la- Wilhurst U 14 s r3 Hampton i 15l 1 05 Huso Fork 12 03 1 no Leo City 12 1U I 15- Iluleclmwn 1211 15t Ar Cannel City 12 85 l 20 EAST HOUND Daily Ix Sunlit uLasa INT CLiy A U I A Lv Cnnnel City i 10 1 00 Helcohawa 7m 1 17 lice City 7 45 1 28 Hose Fork S 00 1 82 Hampton 8 21 1 44- Wilhurst 8 871MlI- noloo 8 47 I 17- Kroxori 8 fiG 9 01 0 K Junction 0 25 2 25 Ar Jackson 1ItO 2 30 Sunday passonjjor train leaves returningleaves M L COXLKV Gun MV Mountain Central Depart Arrive li Ifium Campton 1180am i4Vn m Campton C 00 1111 Arrive Depart 8 00 a m Campion Jun 10 05 a ni IOU p m Campton Jun 4 40 p in Make connection with all L E passenger trai- nsWho will be President This is n Presidential year anti every man must rend to keep postedon politics Ili- oCOURIERJOURNAL HvnryWiittcrHoii Killtnr c Ia ft Oomocrfttio Newspaper but it prints tho news ns it develops Ono dollar a year is the price of The Weekly- CourierJournal Hut you can get that paper anti Lho Hrcathitt County News Both One Year F- orS150 If will give or send your order tho News NOT to Thu CourierJournal