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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f to ah J I LjvIV 1r Volume Vlt = Jackson Kentucky 1 IIltl3S 1908 Numbedo S f I Ir3W Buster Isaacs i HAVE RECEIVED A BIG STOCK O- FGoods9iir Sprillg Iiofthe following A Big line of Dry Goods Notions and Spring Suits for Men 4 18 Brown Suits for 112 Brown Suits for 9 8 Suits forG 6 Suits for 3 50 atllow prices both tan and black t mentA Big Line of Ladies Hats A Big Line of Mens Hats and Derbiesi A nice Line of Ladies Brown Blue and Black SI idsoWe have a Big Line of Carpets Mattings Rugs Trunks and Suit Cases We arc going to soil our goods at very low prices We arc crow- dedCOMEANDSEE if I J THE JEW STOREh t EUSTER ISAACS Proprietorsrh re 1 t t J 1 ttJ I J ot t utW MW V 1 SAMUK1 InmfhClIHhhr ffl FLOYD DAY Ire s t P CHAWIOIII View ITCH 9Pi M II DAVIS Acting C vlil r US HOIltSK ftLIllhf ititmiimnir l Q s1 OURii6 JIj1ti T 1 If Jf r JJ Gc rM 9 oTo a large and growing dicntilo If it a in this num 0 eJJ f 9 ber ll JWi Cull in und talk the subject over with gus A call will entail no obligation g Wont you try and see g- lID tit PAIDUP CAPITAL and SURPLUS 27350OO J JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK f 11 9 ifrJacksonI J W HH HttwH H H7HtH H H HrHjH H H H Hj i THE J Southern Wy OFFERS VERY LOW ROUND- TRIPHomeseekersI Rates To Arkansas A Indian Territory LouisianaOklahoma Texas Tickets on sale the first antI third Tues ILdays of each month Apply to any Southern Ry Agent dr write A EL COOK D PA B S VENt t P A LOUISVILLE KY T UOSB S Q SAMTIK ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and Councclors at Law 4 OAUlOX ItY This linn will practice in all the I courts of 1 rolfo and udjncent coun- tiesI k pUUIUl attention to Uorpo- ration Law and Kciil Estate Liti station x 0vcS6cond Floor Farmers 71 Ji t Y AC W r 11LT ALLEN JEWELERIMAIN ST OlP 1OSTOFFICE hits for sale anico linO of VATOIII5S KMBLB31 1MXS EYI3 GLASSES SrUCTACLKS and nil kinds ot Jewelry REPAIRING A SPECIALTY Prices llcasonablo Plcaso gall and examine 51ly t I o r R R SMITH LDies Last Week After a Long Illness IllV SOUTH BTHONII K H Smith better known as Uncle Reuben diedat his homo at Lost Creek April HO 1908 Ho wiis born in Virginia April 1 1831 Ho came to Kentucky when quite a young boy and has been n resident of tho Stnto ever since It is plain to all who were tic qunmted with him Unit his ances try is one which has nidod so mn terially in establishing for the Old Dominion State the most worthy title of The Father of Presi dents The lust time I saw Uuclo Ucu ben to speak to him was at my school nt Sulphur Gap in tho fall of last year lie tied come there in cnmpanwwith the Juniors of Mt Zion Council of Lost Crejtlc to pay n visit to that scljool llcwas then complaining bra cold which later doubtless terminated in his death but uavp one of those good old talks to tho school which ho was accustomed to give Thaiwas tho first in stance in demonstrated his fidelity in tfio Junior Order and from that day until his death JIo made n devout andconscien fcrus member of that order Shortly before his death ho ex pressed himself vns being thor oughly satblicd that tho principles of the order were goodturd safe inf ery respect if the members- MJ61dt only abide by thom and liv unto them fWa aro proud of tins confession which comes froniu Christian hearted brother nnd hope tho principles of the or der may be carried ontaccord n ly I fiat became acquainted with wasclerlgiiitCreek I can remember him from the little anecdotes he told around bur reside and from that time until his death I have known him to bo personally anti enthusiasti cally connected with the good moral of the home the intellect ual advancement of the school and tho upholding oftho principles of religion V llo svgs at t home when in the Vublicschool Sunday school or in hc churchand his name will Sever die ns a sincere member of allof them He was welcomed into every homeland greeted by all whonnct little child ren delighted toj have him in their presence for ho always brought sunshine tied laughter with him They proved their love for when tho little ones who attended his funeral marched around his cas ket and each deposited nice and carefully selected bunch of flowers upon it- SQryicel were tint held Friday night after his death by Rev G E Drushal and on Saturday following tho funeral services were conductedat the Lost Creekschool house by his oldtime friend Rev H B Landrum who spoke at length of tho deceased and telling the citizens what a great friend they had lost The funeral procession was then led by tho Juniors of Rhoda May Council of Jackson and Mt Zion Council of Lost Creek followed by tho friends of the deceased to the family burying ground where the interment was carried out ac cording to tho honors of the Jun OrderWe extend to tho bereaved family our heartfelt sympathy and feel the loss of a true anti devoted friend Wo can only say that wo hope all his friends will lire up to his teachings that his principles and deeds may never die and that we may have moro citizens of Brcathitt county as worthy as he ONE LESS One less at home 1 The charmed circle broken a dear face Missed day by day from its ac customed place But perlfected Low + 1 One more Jo heaven t n t jOocevermore i One farewell wbrarfnspohcn on the shore t Where parting comes noteone soul landed t to One morof Jicorilr- 1Ono lessn lomel A scnscpf loss thit meets us at the gatea Within n place unltUsd and deso late And far away oul 1ltnoS to wait Ono more i eaven One less k ticl Chill ns the enrl mist the thought Wpul h And wrap ourfoc OiiniflnU dint our eyo i But the brightdartefhfr- om the skj1 Ono oio l One liipju e This is not lioino o cramped in earthly 1 r r Our sight offt xllri our cicoaby i ac we shall behr w- Is ho OnQJ- Another ea t the tmal cloud 1 Another ilti andpe thaotliiyH raise To home and heaven AOneThat homo where separation canI not be That homo where none is missed eternally Lord Jesus grant ur all n placeI with Thee At homo in heaenlISelected Quarrelevef Politics cntion held Saturday for the purpose of elee0ng district committeemen in th6 V IIeidelburS precinct about six miles west of Beattyvillc Wcs Spit and Cain Estes got into aoin w bothmen were shot Estes seriously but Spiccj receivedonly a flesh wound through the right side which is not dangerous fistcs and Spicer were quarreling over tho convention when Spicer turned on Estes and shot him in the back near the right side Spi cer immediately turned and it is claimed shot Estes four times Spicer went to IJcattyvillo on the aftornoon train and Estcs was taken to a hospital in Richmond Noland Estill County J II Petro and family wore guests of M G Tinkle several days ago II uston Walton and family and Willie Richardson and family were guests of David Lay recently Eddio Warford of Richmond is tho guest of Huston and Juno Walton O 1J Gar rott and family visited Juno War ford last Saturday nightPark Bowin spent last Sunday with O B Gnrrett Walter Winkler of near this place diod April 28 at Richmond where ho went to consult a physician He had been sick forsomo time Ito leavesl seven children His wife seven years ago People have been hustling to get their corn plantedso as to attend John Rob insons circus at Richmond today Amos Richardson has opened his new store arid invites tho public to trade wits him andsave money It snowed hero nearly all day April 30 Stop with Hart Jirlthers at tho Reed Hotel while in Lexington I Vii RIVERSIDE INSTITUTE Closed a Succesful Term Last Week Tho closing days of the River sido Institute at Lost Creekwere not only days of good hardwork but also days of special pleasure Tho Friday proceeding the close of school seas made cspeeially- memorable as cup andspoof dny lhofiis1 rroindinir the announcement of this event were clearedwhen the students ofall grades nnd who hnd been in School at any time during the year came with their tincup andspoon anti were sumptuously served with nil the chocolate tally they conld consume prepared on the college campus in the famous Kentucky barbecfie style goodhardvwero not a fright to rtlo scholars jln really enjoyed bVthcm bo auso of the good work done in fet hoor rooms during the term Off Wednesday night nil were highly Pleased and instructed by an able address on Education bi1Icy Pail IJefthic- kThehpn Thursday night theI closing entertainment was given by the school in the college chapel Although tho night was iory dark nearlyfilledtentIe nudicn cr Ito peo tti erC not tdl p1 jiving the1badwc s+ er k 1 given vs of a ve JfJITht liortdr lrecltAtlOnSaldniarkhblQ lr s fl- thbna t iT lsctlorbeo- nt made possibib y eooperstion of patrons Aluilo raJld ianne use Il we mLoIdK er Sh fijf lows A largo school library more schoolroom a dormitory and an able efficient firstclass teaching corps as we hero had the past year Tho fact that the school will tol crate nothing which savors of im morality or looseness of character was expressed in the choosing of college colors purple andl white Purple for dignity nobility and white for purity The college song is also an expression of what tho school stands for It is as CollowslI love Ive spent at Riverside Mi I Wright send her joyful fll isoIAll oer the world so wiIChorus 0 Riverside 0 Riverside Well over cling to thee Our hearts leap up leap up with pride Whcner we think of thee To nil thats good to all tints true She ever leads us on She teaches how to think and do When dear school days are gone She trains her maids she trains her outhITo servo both God and homeITo fight tho false to stand for truth- 1Therever five may ronmt0 Riverside 0 Uhcrsidelj Our hearts will turn toward thee Tho far from homo nnd native hills Thy charms will follow m- eCrockettsville Misses Lou Ellen Griilith pie and Ruth Terry and Luthelt Denton and Clifford Gross visited n Miss Lillian Wick and John Cal lahan last Friday Charles Den ton and wife were guests of JerrIMcDaniel andsvifo Sundn Miss Eliza Bowling has been very sick for the past few days but is now improving Jerry Reynolds took dinner with L C Bowling and wife Sunday lie was on his way to ElkhornMiss Lixzio Turner was the guest of Miss Tilda Turner Sunday Henry who has been on tho sick TurnerI quite awhile is out again J The Big ContestIS NOW GOING ON AT THE SKATING RINK The Gold Watch Bracelet and Jewelry Box Contest is the Biggest Brightest and Most Inter esting Event that has occurred in Jackson THREE GRAND PRIZES f given away to the Most Popular Ladies in Jackson For en admission ticket purchased in this month the purchaser will receive a ballot entitling them to ten votesiJEvery skate ticket purchased entitles the holder to 15 votes1 Every 5 gent purchase at tho refreshment stand entitles the I holder to five ores It- There is a box at the Rink securely locked and tho Judges Mrs O II Pollard Dr C H Hurst nnd Hon W S Hogg hold tho keys to the same idsEach person holding a ballot and wishing to vote for the Indof their choice writes name on same arid deposits it in the box On tho night of May 30th tho Judgeswill open the box count the votes nnd tho lady receiving the highest nunlber will be awarded abenutiful gold watch The lady receiving the second highcstnutnber of votes will receive n gold bracelet The lady receiving1 tlio third highest number of votes will receivpajowelry qxC v AH these presents are on exhlbition In the show window of the S D Fleenor Jewelrj Store pndLeQWodar the jeweler willtako pleasure in showinr thejirticleSto anyono who wishes to ry examine them are joss articles Tcrir ftiPslarting out keen but friendly both old and yon i dluiUt hc crti ellort to land the lady of their choice ere nr alreadysome 25 contestants being voted for The manshtsyants to iniiko this carnival a complete success jI v J son Amusement Qb t lltlSHP Morgan County v or 1 Darner XJundifF of Morehead was1verouhji iweek on business Lioyc Magoflinrf organs was IHTU inis week and sold n nice organ to Miss Clcmma CranoShelro Risner has been hero for tho past few days buying cattle Eli Patrick of Cnney was here attending business Inst week HeII hem is vis icing relatives at Hazel Green He is expected to return soon Rntclillo passed through here ast wick en route for Knott county Floydsail 1Tm11rnt son of Lacy creek are hero this week calling on their old friends Wallace Quicksall and Heddic Tyler two prominent business men of Mngoilin county passed through this place n few days ago cnrouto for Wolfe county Peter Wages James Crane Jr and Paris Conley gave Billy Gabe call Sunday and they were glad to see the boys Miss Hnney Crane hits rcturno d from an extended visit in Magoflin county Miss Roiisia Allen gave her friend Miss Clctnmn CrIme a call Saturday j MuowuMr Buck Creek Owsley Co On account of the recent rains the farmers are behind with their crops Born to henry Unum andwife n boy James Durbiu Miss Lillio Carncs were mar ried at Benttyvillc on the 30th ult Birch Stevens and Laura Mclvinnoy wore married at Beat tyvillo on tho 30th ult Miss Litlm Brincgar who has been sick some time is rapidly impro- vingThoorllimutco of baptism was conducted Saturday nt Julo Angel ford by Eld Samuel Estes and Rev William 1TellsMiss Maggie Harris of Irvine hits been visiting relatives lucre for tho past week Daniel Mcln who is soliciting ordors for nursery firm reports n good trade Henry Metcalfo returned home Wednesday from where lit been working in J F Harris job Eggs For Hatching From purebred Rhode Island Red and Single Comb Brown Leghorn chickens Also a few tine cockerals for sale Prices reasonable Minerva L Ragas Jack son Ky L C Strong of Whick way hero Monday on business 1 A GOOD TRAVELER + Knows Where AH Her plbMfnoVtAv In the Trunk 4 1 II I lI Inns jI + r liegts 1 1ckluIffllltMrfadl iV lfnt w SW Vrtr ur 1 TTas4tho1of il attel lii nilwrather than a trunk Burdens herself with as JljtJo baggage as possible When stopping at different places checks through ull but what Is actual ly needed for cleanliness and comforttGets to the station In time tickets and see there is no mistake I When going on a long trip secures a the tickets In advance as frequently tthere Is trouble about routes Sees that die right piece of baggage Is checked to the right place before starting to avoid mlxups later Never goes away without a few sim pie medicines hi her bag also a compact sewing case fully equipped Makes herself as comfortable as pos sible under all circumstances jon the other baud does not expect nil tho luxuries of home and growl If they bo not forthcoming Does not coulldo her full nome and oj the story of her life to every stranger who cun be Induced to listen Is cau tious about making acquaintances anti treats them with reserve when node r Nor Is silo such a stickler for Intro ductions as never to speak to a fellow traveler even when courtesy demands It This Is n characteristic of ninny an American traveler and keeps one out of much Interesting Information nnd knowledge of human nature Keeps her eyes open does not fret e and fume over the unavoidable realize the benefits of travel and makes the most of her opportunities Sho Is always on time and above all Is not n j adlUlrojwllhout t The Coming Debutante of the White House The corning debutante of the White House Is In every sense a true daugh ter of her father says the Delineator- It Is not often that the White Houso has the good fortune to harbor two charming debutantes In a single presi dency Alice Koosevelt Is wooed and married and a Hut here comes her sister Ethel to make her first formal bow next year Ethel Hooscvclt Is ex trenicly popular with her friends of bet own age as well as with older people The former like her for her good temper and high spirits the latter for her womanly ways and her citrema devotion to her mother Mrs Roose elt nnil her daughter are thorough t churns i Of course she loves horses Her fa thcrs daughter could not help It Theodore at home from Harvard for his vacation remarked In a superior manner after listening to a long aC 1 town1C Ethel Well retorted the girl un Y abashed Id rather be talking about an almost human horse than about a 1 lot of college fellows tf t all round In ther1loglywho went to tho White house will leave It a stately young woman with a 1lf frank charm of manner hat IB luro rcarryA It tjo t 1V6k e L The Breathitt News t PER YEAR IN ADVANCE J WISE HAGINS EDITOR FRIDAy f11AY B S A H PATTON lATTORNEY AT LAW j po OFFICE IN CHAWFORD BLDG K JACKSON KY i h Notice to Candidates Announcements of candidates for oflico will bo charged for as followsFor District Oflico 1000 JOt a County Office 500 Except a complimentary notice given each candidate at the time he announces all communications boosting candidates will be chnrged for at 5 cents per line Such com munications will be treated as purely advertising matter for which The News does not assume any responsibility Cash must accompany all orders fOIsuchndersisin oa ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE We are authorized to announce JUDGEjG W GOURLEY- Of Beattt vile Ky as a candidate for circuit judge of this tho 23d nct party We are authorized to announce JUDGE JAMES P ADAMS- of Beattyville 1ns a candidate for circuit judge of this the 23d judicial district subject to the ac tion of the Republican party- COMMONIVEALTIIS ATTY Wo arc authorized to announc- A II STAMPER of Campton as a candidate fo Commonwealths Attorney of thi s the 23d judicial district subject to tho action of the Democratic party Election Nov 3 1008 I hereby announce myselfa can didate for the olico of Common rnonweallhs Attorney of tho 21d judicial district composedof the counties of Wolfe Lee and Stillubject to the action ol the Republican party I solicit the support of all good citizens re gardjess pf party affiliations r ftI 1r1 t o are authorized o nnnot nce Z T HURST Of Breathitt county nsa candi date for Commonwealths Attorney for this the 23d judicial dis tricl subject to tho action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce KELLY KASH as a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney in the 23d judicial dis trict subject to tho action of the Republican party FUR CONGRESS We arc authorized to announce A F BYRD as a candidate for Congress for the Tenth Kentucky District sub ject to the action of tho Demo cratic party FOR COUNTY CLERK I take this means of announc ing myself as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Brcalhitt County subject to the action of ti tho Democratic party If elected I shall regardless of party aflilia lions be your most obedient servant ALFRED KDSSELL To the Voters of Breathitt Co I am a candidate for tho oflice of County Court Clerk to be voted for at the November election 1909 GEO W NOIILE FOR SHERIFFI We arc authorized to announce ROBERT DEATON of Crockottsvillo a candidate for Sheriff of Breathitt county subject to tho action of tho Demo cratic party 0 James S Back of Stevenson was hero on business Wednes day Robert L Back andwife of Stevenson wero visiting friends TicreThursday Neddie Strong of Whiok was mingling with friends and rela tives here the first of the week f South Strong Thomas Bowling Joe Arnett and Fletcher Deaton I r were the members of Rhoda May Council Jr 0 U A Mof 4Jackson who attended the burial j Smith at Lost Creek last Saturday They report a large attendance v and are very proud of the splendid order that prevailed Drink WAinscottts Pop GRADE PROGRAM Will be Given Tomorrow Night Baccalaureate Sermon Sunday Tho years work at tho college closes with tho commencement program on the evening of May 12th JTho graduates Winifred Brophy Addie Lyon Kelly Buck and Olio Pollard each have a part in the exercises and tho address will be give by Prof Belcher of Kentucky State University 0 The Music Recital will bo given Monday evening May 11th at the usual hour O Rev E W McCorklo will deliver ihe Baccalaurcato sermon in the chapel Sunday morning May 10 at 11 a m It is customary for the various churches to unite in this service Good music has been provided nndit is hoped that Rev McCorkle will be greeted by a large congregation 0 Tho grade program will bo given tomorrow Saturday night May 9 at 730 This will be an opportunity to see mid hear finny of the younger students of the college =ora eA large audience gathered lost Friday night in tho chapel to hear the debate between tho two sec tions of the Literary Society That the work of this society has been of great value in giving our young people training and prac tice in the art of public speaking was easily demonstrated on this occasion Siiwcll Williams Ernest New land and Seldon Back upheld the questione Re lvedThnt Great Combinations jaf Capital are nil Evil to WilyrHams Hezckitth Combs sail Fred Cope argued for the negatives While each of these young men spoke well yet it wits the general verdict that Ilezckiah Combs and Weldon Back deserved especial credit for the Sable manner in which they presented their argur meats Messrs Brophy Lyon tad Derthick as judge rendered t in favor of the af rihttdtef nrv Fft i Mao Taulbee gave a pleasin- recitation Another Point of View Kelly Back told the story of HilT Perkins Toboggan Slide in a natural boyish manner and Gypsy Davis gave an impersona tion of a school boy studying his polling lesson These three reciters aro member of thejelocu tion class and possess considerable ability in tliisjjvork ill Jessto Pulton sang a solo in her sweetvoice andwas heartily en cored Vyoletle Davis gave a piano solo and Winifred Brophy and Addie Lyon gave a piano duet which was enjoyed by nIl This was the last program given by this society which is hoped will be a permanent organization of the school Throughout the year this work has been aided in every possible way by Prof and Mrs Crego and Prof Sloan MUSIC RECITAL MONDAY HVBNCfll MAY 1- 1DuctLa Chasso Au Lyon Kolling Vyolettc Davis Josephine McGuire Rondo Militaire 7 Biehl Ada May Blake Hunting Song Mabel Snowden My Pas 11altz- Emily Jano Taulbee The Happy PeasantSchuman Minta Rader Wally Gertrude Card well Song Selected Jessie Patton IValtzChopint Chorus Junior Class Innocence Maxon Mae Taulbee Spinning Wheel i Chaminado Addle Lyon March Mrs Redwino and Miss Fagan Nocturne Chopin Josephine McGuiro Song Selected Miss Fagan Waltz Lcschctizky Vyolettc Davis The Virandiero Schy tie Mrs Redwlna I1ark Hark the Lark Schubert Listz Etude Chopin Jessie Patton IValtzChopinMiss I Chorus v Senior Class ANNUAL COMMENCEM ENT TUESDAY BVBNINO AT 730 MarchInvocation Pinn Solo Selected Miss Fagan Abraham Lincoln Addlo Lyon Ovation U American Progress H Olio Pollard Vocal SolouSo Long as tho World Rolls On Ernest K hail Jessie Patton Class History and Prophecy Winifred Brop- hyValedictoryKelly Back Vocal SoloAII For You Do Hardclot Miss Fagan Address Prof Melchor Ky State University Lrcsentalion of Diplomas Prof L Crego Benediction Fresh Fish at C Had dens Friday Saturday Card of Thanks We desire to express our sincere and heartfelt thanks to our friends andneighbors for their sympathy and assistance so generously ex tended at our sad bereavement in the loss of our beloved father R R Smith MRSAND Mus GEO W SMITH For Sheriff To the voters of Brcathitt coun ty lhcrowithannounco myself a candidate for High Sheriff of BrealhiltT county at the next com ing primary subject to the actio of tho Democratic party With my ethics and ability I will faithfully execute nil papers that are place in myhands v- t RoiiKUT DEATON 1tW Crockcttsville Ky For Fridrfy and Saturday Straw berries and Green Beans nt X Haddens jcpyr The Rink Contestants Wo give below a list of hidies who are being voted for in the big watch contest that is going on Ihisflnontli artlie ruin SmithgFlorence Patrick Hqskins Nancy Sewell Violet Davis + Bessie lloskins Jessio Patton e Marguerite Snowden Bessie Landrum Miss Goff Ellen Jett Eliza Little Edna William Vesta Gordon Beatrice Arnold Garlic Duff- RosieBuwling Jennie Bradshaw tWe understand that thero are others whit names we failed to get and many more will been toned by their friends as the con teet has just started Canned Goods Bargains at C JIaddons for Friday and Saturday Best canned tomatoes lOc Nice 3 Ib can of apples lOc 3 cans Van Camps hominy 25c 7 bars laundry soap 25c Nice 10 oz bottle of pickles sweet or sour lOc The above prices are for cash only Candidates Are Hustling Circuit court convened ut Camp ton Monday with a largo crow in attendance It was truly a candidates day for not only the two candidates for Circuit Judge and tho three for Commonwealths Attorney but two or more candi dates for each of the important county offices were present talking up their races and each claim ing to be an easy winner IVhil the Republicans aro talking much about who will be named av their standard bearers Tune 20th tho Democrats are not idle in looking about for available men to carry their banner to victory in Novem ber There is yet no announced candidate for Circuit Judge but the Hon A Floyd Byrd has an nounced for Congress and the lIon A Ilowsrd Stamper for Commonwealths Attorney and both are conceded to be very strong men From all appearances thero will be a battle royal for supremacy this fnllwith the chances in favor of both tho Con gressional and Judicial districts being restored to tho Democracy For Rent- A six room cottage on Marcum Heights Apply to Mrs J J CI Bach Jackson Ky IN II Sally ijf Rousseau was hero on businey Thursday Hiram D BtvJL of Stevenson was here Thut day after goods for his store ntlilt place County Surar Floyd Craft of Gunge t hero Thursday hooking after I business of his office r James II C 9unoCHousseau- was hero Tin with his freight I boat for g+ or tho various stores of Qnictband Miss Bessie Link ai Kirkwood Ga who conducted Sunday school and did Christian work at the mouth of Cage Creekon the O C Iv Ry lastrsummer has again taken up works at the same ulacc having returned Wednesday Preacher and Mrs Chester Manning with their little son John of Colorado arrived the first of week at Puncheon Camp and arc expected to take charge of the American Inland Mission School which will open on or Whoa 1 July 1st With them is Miss Ab bolt of Pennsylvania Jetts Creek Miss Julia Been of Canoe vis ited her sister Mrs Shelby John son Sundays Ance McIntosh has been on tho sick list for the pest weep Wayne Davis of Quicksand made a business trip to Booncvillc Saturday John C Russell of Qiichsand was the guest of hisdiughter Mrs John Back fronuitaday until Monday NannieFlJryant andchildren arc visitingjtMrs Wilse Noely at Cannel CisJulius Mclntosh and Elisha Jolinson attended tho Boar GrcelSjorlgo Monday night The continued rains hove de workntMrs GB and Paul Woods were hero llst Fridays- d Rachel Johnson visited her brother at War Creel Sunday Wm K Terry is freighting goods to the mouth of Jetts creek Elislm Johnson Sr is seed at the mouth of thrsekek Miss Eahnie Short offY url oti visited her cousin Miss Dora Short Saturday nightLctoICcen Willie Johnson and Ernest Spicer of Canoo attended church here Sun day Grnn1ildoof Stray Brcttfci 1iSjjfpctl toMie mouth Cope Branch on EJtill Morgan fern Albert Johnson and wife visited Iris father Ienl Johnson I on SrtukewBranch Wednesday We would be glad to hear fro the Irvino correspondent again We cnjby reading his items Brut BEIJ e Oakdale 0Green Hensloy plaintiff and W M Gross and Jacky Strong de fondants of Athol became involved in a la w suit last Friday over a road Hcnslcy claimed the latter had fenced up his puss way The jury lccided in favor of IlensleyT A Vrncy Walter Hogg of Jackson Represented tho de fondant Huram Bryant u Athol who1ms been in tho hos pital at Lexington for some time + is improving Henderson Short of Jetts Creek bought eighty bushels of corn from J D Moore of Jackson Preaching at Jetts Creole church next Sunday by Rev John Mason May the good goodd a e of young peoplo in and around Oakdale who would appreciate i if Bro Paul Derthick of Jackson would come and organize a Sun oftwas on business ry W M Moore of plantingecorn Creek passed through hero Mon day on his way to Jetts Creole after a load of corn Wc would call tho attention of Judge Taul beo to the bad conditiqn of tho road hero and request him to have the road hands put tho same in a passable condition Mrs Emily Trent A J Johnson and John Pelfry of War Creek Vera visit ing friends on Jetts Creole Saturday Jeff Eversole of Cope Branchwas on War Creek the irst of tho week on business Albert Jott who has been working on Frozen passed through hero Sunday en route to his homo on Cow Creek Elisha Johnson Jr was here SundayWhat has become ofuSnow Halll of Jetts Creek We would like to hear from that vicinity occasion ally V9hOIc the continued r f rains have not caused Snow Bill to melt and drift away with the tides Bon WHITI Malaga Wolfe County Oliver Kash of Campion is hero farming some Mrs Roy hirst has been very sickwith mumps for the past tveekJolcn Henry Abner of Kincastle hits been visiting jiis sister Mrs J H Johnson at this place Mr and Sirs S II Hurst Jr and Miss Ollio I111 ins wero visiting at Mrs Hursts parents a few days ago Attorney W L Kalhof Jackson visited Miss Ollio Swan go recentlyAll you can hear tho farmers in this section say is Plant corn plant corn nr d they suit the action to the word G B Stamper of Campion was hero Wednesday Joseph Bow man of Hazel Green Academy has been very low with mumps at tho homo of his sister Mrs Ro- y1urstll C Pryor of La- Grange Ky was hero one day this week I II Johnson has just returned from the city with a large stock of goods Dewitt Taylor of Campion visited his parents Sunday Miss Lulu Hurst returned lust week from Jackson where she had been visiting relatives We think wo will have some wedding to report soon RepublicanPrimary Election Call At a meeting of tho Republican executive committee of the 23rd judicial districtKentucky held in Irvine lty ton April 23 1908 pursuanttc r notice duly given for the OSO of the time plncoThdmanner of nominating Republican candidates for the ollices of Circuit Judge tgbestion 1J08 in said district pa5 onto Brcalliitt J B 1cLIO t hv A M Arnold proxy Eslill J II Flynn Loc II vL Wluylq Lda1iyiin was iiiiiuu viiuirninn 01 said meeting and G1V Lavclaco was mark secrotary and treasurer On motion it is ordered that n primary election be held at each saidIn the said counties of BrcathitU Es till Goo and Wolfe begifTnmg al the hour of 0 oclock a m anti closing at 4 oclock p m standard time on the 20th day of Juno 100S for the said purpose of nomi Hating tho Republican candidates for circuit judge mid common districtmat Republicans and all other personshncho are now in good nllilmting with the Republican party and who will sup port tho nominee of jad primary election and wl o are now or will be legal voters at tho regular No vember election 1908 andwho shall be legal electors and voters Tho said primary election shall be held in all respects in accordance with the provisions of the tutus of Kentucly and tho rules of the Republican party governing such elections Within tab days after tho date of said election closes one of till judges and the sheriff of each off said voting precincts shall deliver the ballots ballot boxes ccrlili cafes arc to the chairman of till Republican committees of the re spective counties who shall on the third day otter said election at 10 oclock a nl compare and canvass nndIcounI secretary of the said county com mittees to the chairman of said district and on the 27th day of thetin Irvine Kentucky and compare saidcounty returns and issue certificates of nomination to the successful candidates The expense of said primary election is estimated to be 70000 onehalf of which shall be paid by the candidates for circuit judge and onehalf to bo paid by the candidates for Commonwealths attorney Notice of said election shall be given by publishing a copy of nowspnporsincopy of this call on tho courthouse door in each of the counties of said district at least forty days prior to saidelection All persons desiring to be can didates at said election shall notify the secretary of this committee at least fifteen days before tho date fixed for said election and may pay to tho treasurer his propor tionate part of the expense of said electionOn it is ordered that this committee adjourn to meet at Beattyvillo Kon Friday Juno 5 1908 This April 23 1903 L H FLYNN Chairman SecretaryAG W LovEr tc Secretary d f a tr Spring FashionIf r a tb1Wo arc pleased to announce that I AVC have received 11 large Shipment IY of spring und summer nlllinn1ta seasonsostyles Wo have a woalth of beautifulI trimmed hats both for street and dress together with a superb exhi f bition of the capabilticsnof our own designer A special invitation is extended to all to visit our millinery 0 department = ==== SPRINO DRESS GOODS J We want the dross ofttx every woman in Breathitt and the surrounding tonbjug all we can to get it Vc are jE showing new goods new weaves and tr new colors in dependable merchan 5 disc for Monte leb Vj- j Apartment we arc showing some bean S I tiful wool and silk dross fabrics x Here also will be found every rat i cessity needed in a womans outfit S 1I1 = I OUR SPRING SHOE TRADE i 7fi did any merchant in Jackson carry 5 T the uptodatc styles and qualities g you will find in our shoe department jg representing all the present day I fashionable leathers Every pair a I creation iiu the shoemakers art tant I brown patent dull and kid leathers u- n u MENS CL9THIHS 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 vour inspection of them They consisttof the latest novelties both in ma t terial and fashion Ask to see our line of rsoft and stiff hats which includes the wellYknown Stetson brands Come to us for ft your straw and Panama hats and light weight underwear and other furnishings We are headquarters for Groceries Drugs Paints and Oils Hardware Stoves 4 Tinware all kinds of Farming Implements Pocket and Table Cutlery and every thing you need 4 We carry the largest line of Iron Beds in Eastern Kentucky Call for catalogue DAY BROS CO Wholesale and Retail Merchandise JACKSON KENTUCKY fe jij S Rgj S 4 5fJfr1V1SEJ1CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAR iublbhcd livery l rlilny r55Z525r525 5Lhd 5255225t I rnDltl O 11 SWANGOIii Iii PHYSICIAN AND SUKdKON jOllieo and Itcs Phone 50 JJCJtON KY lsSi2 52i25i2S n n iP ItC II HURST AND SuitGKON JPm81OIAN Building ilnclcson Ky LI wsrws 1It g 1J DItII115FF PHYSICIAN AND SUINUON n LOST CurKic KY fl calls sent to K P vj lPhono r store answered 1 glllllillllimiimiUllimiimilUmilllimiW MARTIM T KELLY I ATTORNEY AT LAW t 1 1 OFlIOii IX I1UUST HUG = = JACKSON KY jiII II 11111111111 mill 1rI1I11111l1lllllll1l11l1hf Fresh Fish at C Had dens Friday Saturday r For the latest fashion patterns for ladies go to J W Prowitts fIIIurr tJctt I accepted posh tion as nalosman in Crawford Cos store Dr R 0 Guorrant will preach nt the Presbyterian church Sun a day M1Born to Mr and Mrs D 0 Robinson on May 1st a boy Ho died May 7th Irvine McDanicl of Kousscau was here Thursday after goods for his ftoro at that place Then K Marciini made a husi ness trip to Winchester and Lex ington tho first of the week JrW Prowitt hits tho agency for tho Ladicd Homo Journal ft Patterns Seenil in another column Mr J D Iosre has opened np = +ico crcanl parlor deaf Thomas IS Mnrcurastorc Ouen every day Mrs Cordelia Baker of Antigo isis visiting her grand parents t- J Mr and Mrs T P Cardwoll is Sr Win Bailey has been very sick for several days and is imablo to attend to his duties in the express ollice cs Tho proceedings of tho Hind nmml Settlement School was re ceived too Into for publication this week but will appear in our next 1Wnlter Gillum has resigned his R position with Crawford C Co and- uIicncdJ up a store on Quicksand near Lazarus flacks J D Mooro has opened a picture gallery near Flccnorn jewelry store Ilo will carry a cbmplcto lino of frames pictures cards c Miss Emma Crawford went back to Lexington Monday for further treatment of her hip She was accompanied by her father A P Crawford 1 Dr Oliver Crawford who has been attending medical lectures at tho University of Louisville returned to his homo at Athol last week t 1 J Blair McLin and wife re- V turned Tuesday from Rose Hill Vu where they had been visiting Jtheirparents Toy report Capt McLin much improved J B Johnson county clerk of Perry county passed through I horn Wednesday on his way from j London where ho had boon attend ing the 11th district convention John Watts who has recently removed his family from Albu querque Now Mexico to Ten Mile this county was with his many friends in Jackson from Sat urday till Monday and wants his name enrolled among those who will light for Democratic victory next fall Ilurralr for John Ifo shows the results of a long recu p oration in tho distant west and is able in every respect to light n 11 good battle for Democracy lie informs us that Mrs Watts is now enjoying good health and t lns gained 25 pounds in weight Bwborries and Green beans HflcfoeVs Saturday Cot l I C + 4- y w More Trouble John Spicer was killed and Ed Callahan seriously wounded in 1 difllcuhy between tho parties ut tho home of Callahan Monday Tho trouble came up over a set tlement when Spicor cut Cullahan in tho arm serving an unary and Wick Callahan son of Ed shot Spiccr through tho head Calla hun is still in nserious condition Spiccr and Callahan wore broth ersinlaw und had lived close neighbors for several years Wick Callahan has not been nr restedon account of tho serious condition of his father but trays he is ready to surrender to the authorities at any time Langley Renominated At tho Republican convention held at Winchester Tuesday lion John W Langley wan rcnominated for Congress JUIIIOH A Wallace of Irvine and Allen Cisco of West Liberty were elected as delegates lull Walker Jumorson of Neatly ville and Timothy Tim borlakc of Winchester alternates to the National convention to beheld in Chicatro inthino New Law Firm The new law irm of Blrtnton Ilovcrmnlo k Hijrins makes its bow to the public this week The nenio1 member of he ftrm is Judge W IL Hhmton who has held the offices of County Judga arid Coun ty Attorney and has been practicing law nbout fifteen years and is too widely and favorably known to need any introduction to the citizens of Ilrcathitt county Mr Hovcrmalc is tho editor of 1ho Jackson Democrat and was eight years County Attorney of Mcnifec county Ho has been In the active practice for fifteen years and as a civil lawyer has mode quito u reputation lie was three years in tho practice in Wolfo county and stands high as a lawyer there Tho other member who fs Oft member in tho civil prjictreo only is editor of this pitpcr and thore fore will say nothing for him This linn shuts out withn goodly bookingof cases nnd while it does not expect to accomplish wonders it hopes to got a good h o of lie practice and will take ar gotQMW The report of the pardon of Powers and JloWard turns out to bo false Gov Wilson has not yd completed time examination of the useshafts01 publican State convention it Louis ripe this week x t Wo n possess foremost simple The Ladies Home Journal Style free request our IOc and J DEPOT Judge Samuel II Patrick was in Lexington last onbusiI moved into the on cast Main street recently vacated Dick son Miles this place and Miss Wolfo county were married Camp ton Junction April 28th Dr has moved to Latonia Ky whoro ho will in the practice dentistry Ho will continue practice intervals 4 i SURPRISINGLY GOOD Was the Play Given by Local Talent Wo are safo in saying I that every ono present the play Union Depot given by tho Ladies Aid Society tho Chris tian church under direction of Miss Jones lust night in tho collouc chupcl enjoyed themselves immensely and were well paid their time and expenditure Considering the short time in which tho participants hud to practice and the obstacles under which the play was given are glad bo able to pronounce a success in every particular The doors were opened at 730 oclock and by eight the largo cllapel room was almost entirely filled with the citizens of Jackson and tho surrounding country The collection was good and we hope we may bo able to have other entertainment given by our talent in near future Time Depot Master attired in the utual uniform suitable that position performed his part wcllandwould nmko an excellent man tho largo union depot at St Louis Mrs and Miss Chatlcrmuch noted thoir parts excellently and Aunt Amelia and Little Willie did just as woll Uncle Josh and Aunt Sarah were there in perfec tion and would do well even a New Yorkstage Prof Learned looked like hens only sweet sixteen but performed his part like one who was old in the business Mr nndMrs henpeck did well and represented of the dominating tho family circle Mrs Needy took care of thin little family in the old fashioned style and tho widower showed tjielresultsof a retired O Miss although newly married represented the Old tglporfectionTho made quite im ohthc audience and the groom would make ti hit any whcreHMiss Bcaconstrect proved tobe highly educated and had a good command of largo mind now words JJle kept his guard well and Joe Gamin performed part nicely The character of Mrs Jones whose train was supposed bo fire hours late which was not printed was represented byMiss Idu Rife and audience thoroughly qnjoyjjd every moment of her performance The chorus girls made turn tiTli Ladies Home Journal Patternsui AND STYEE BOOKS WILL HEREAFTER BE SUPPLIED AT W PREWITTS STORE These dross patterns features of merit not embodied in nay other make they are made by tho most modern methods and cmanato from tho highest authorities tho latest and most approved styles in Womens Dress Tho prestige of The Ladies Home Journal in matters of dress has long been njcognizud by the women of Armories Likoitime magazine itself the patterns stand are tho most helpful most popular anti most satisfactory Ono of tho most important features is tho accompanying indi vidual GuideChart patented so that oven a girl can make her own clothes There are complicated construc I IthoMonthly Hook upon at store Prices 15c W Prewitt NEAR week nessJ E Stivers hits house by Dr C B n Back of Nora Watson of at C 13 Dickson engage of also his hero at 1 think wo at of tho on Saturday for we to it an homo tho for for on precisely woman Maid an prcjsidh Policeman his to on program tho their J on little no interesting and were woll received Tho Sisters of Charity were represented truo to lifo in tho garbs of the nuns The performance closed with tho entire company singing My Old Kentucky Home tJ and if tho ovation bestowed can bo taken as a criterion the merry aggregation could have hold the audience in definitely Tile general concensus of opin ion seemed to bo that this play was the best over put on the stage in Jackson and with moro practice our local talent would make goods boforo K metropolitan audience Io N N N Nj i h 1 JR BLAKE hfl i 1 i A FEW MORE I i ISc Shovel Plows r I Iii rl 500 Pairs of Shoes I n POSITIVELY 1y c y GOING AT COST h L Brandkmf jJ at my Store r1 YOURS TO SERVE f lJ R BLAKE m W W Sla io O O I I 1- I t THE 3r iLAfYONUOieOJ 1 INSURANCE WI I i 1REAL ESTATE S STOCKS I AND BONDS A J8 l LOANS f NEGOTIATEDlB l 5It l t AGENCIES IN ALL Tf Pf TOWNS O 4 w IN EASTERN KENTUCKYt tii lr Want Llv Ever etic Men to RepresentI Usfl In Unoccupied Territory l o Me11 0 Wi i i Address All Communications to the Com i l lSJ G pany at Bcattyville Kentucky ii- y8i ip 4 W 4 4J WHITE REFUSED BAIL For the Murder of Biddy Fugate Daniel White shot and killed Biddy Fugato ncAr their homes on Lcatherwood ear Lost Creek last Saturday cvcnjng Tho facts about tho affair I far as we have been ablo to Icarnnre about as fol lows Fugate returned homo from Vf work and after supper went over to talk with White but White sent him word ho did not v Rut him to come in Fueate then went homo about fiO yards distant but before ho got home he saw White coming out of tho door with a gun in his hands Fugate then went for his gun and they exchanged two shots at each other Then Fugato left his houso on thn way to a neighbors in the oppositivo direction from White and when ho was about twentylive yards from his house and nearly ono hundred yards from White White shot him through the heart White claims that Fugato shot at him about tho sank time when ho was four or five steps from his house and that somo of tho shots hit him Tho examining trial was held before Judge Taulbco Wednesday when White was hold to answer any indictment that may bo found against him without bail Bargains in Groceries I will sell tho following groceries for cash only 7 bars of laundry soap 25c a cans Van Camps hominy 25c 3 Ib can of tomatoes lOc 3 lb can of apples lOc 10 oz box sweet or sour pick els lOco C HADDEN South Strong is assisting Mr Barnett in gathering local items for the News this week during tho absence of the editor who was attending circuit court at Camp too the first of theweek P 1 1 1 Dance Monday Night The Jackson Dancing Club will give another delightful dance at the skating rink next Monday night May 11th beginning nt 830 oclock The Merry Widow Waltx will bo introduced here fir tho first time The members of tho club have sent out over 250 invitations and a lnrgdcrotvd from out of town is expected to attend You got your moneys worth at Mrs Moores ice cream parlor I CUT GLASSand WEDDIN SILVER Articles of beauty and usefulness combined 75c to 5 and upward KKLIABU QUALITY LOW IMSICKS Heintz JEWELER Main St opp Phoenix LEXINGTON IY Marriage Licenses Tho following marriage licenses have been issued since our last re port Henry Jones and Miss Mary Ann Richie both of Jackson I Samuel Turner and Miss Alice Mcintosh both of Herald 1 F F Vance of Glenn and I IIo- ro i est Ollculnt n I ER IN THIS 511 rl J2ri 1- t06wn0n t I I t This is the Quesfionra Whether it is better f to keep your money in a drawer or safe 4 and dolo it out in payments of accounts and bills or to bank it nod pay by check There can be but ono answer to this bunk it and check it out OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH US r 10brinThree Per Cent Interest Paid on Time and ISavings Deposits I JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK j JACKSON KENTUCKY L rtwr rie rsre i r 11i 111 111tw MIXED t- li 1i w PAINTS w- w w- w 1V- 1i Just received a full line iti tJ SI- Iii which we guarantee 11i- 11l t i fl1v FIJ U I J- 1i fJ 1 VI1G t1lir Will cover more space last1llonger and look better than1r CallIp1 g and see color cards and get m ti1i prices V 1W itu111 1r 1 I II Jackson Drug Co 11 1 Eec e C G G i fyx a rF i i You Will Get AH Thats I Comingo to You J to THERE IS NO FAKERYt F In our method of business for dollar jF you pay ua you got ono hundred cents value in return op We Believe in Square Treatment o F i Your moneys worth all tho time Wo might tit use up a Hugo of space talking about our goods then you wouldnt know how good they aro is a W- IQ COME TO OUR STORE So you can see for yourself thats the surest way m t vrawrordvo I Q Jt u JACKSON KENTUCKY F Q- bfritr1 url Vernie Griflith of Charleston W Va Alex Combs and Miss Nnnnio Prowitt both of Crockettsvillc Floyd Campbell and Miss Maud Hounshcll both of Jackson Win Miller and Mrs Frankie Haddix both of Ned Shadrick Mires and Miss Dru silla Little both of Oakdalo Filmore Brown died at his homo near Tuulbcc last week of con sumption Ho professed the faith and joined the Baptist church a short time before ho died W A Young nnd wife of Morchead were hero Saturday Mrs Young visiting Mrs Lou ellen Hargis and Mr Young as an attorney in the defense of Beach Hnrgfc t REMOVAL J I it I have moved to McCormick rnear Campton Junction where I will continue my business of mak inl I MonumentsAND Any ono wanting anything in i J ItIhope my friends will save orders for mo IR Mr SB8 P sr e tJ FrtMMR t Y fo t reatAml1 PER I i1UTtSE HAGJ ATALK 01 TUB CAVE COD KISlltiK 1OLK 1 By Joseph C Lincoln i Copyright 1907 by A S Barnes Company CHAPTER vui Mr Scudders Presents- I was up the next morning about J five and pitched In making biscuit and lugging water and so on Lord James comes poking down after a while lIe looked protty well uiod up See ere Pratt says ho Wat they got In them blooming beds brloks WIiyV says I Was yours hard 1 ArdT Upon me word Im alt full of ales like a grater My back Is that sore you wouldnt beUovo It And wat makes em so noisy Thats the husks says I They do rustlo when a feller aint used to em Rustle I When Id roll over upon TOO word the sounds was orrlfyjnp Like the water washing around that boat of yours It was I dreamed about being adrift In that awful boat all night About that and ghosts Ghosts hey Did you dream of ghosts v That I did I could car em groan- Ing a Twas yourself that was groaning says I A feller that took aboard tho cargo of supper that you did hadnt ought to sleep on cornbusks 1 didnt sleep not a ealthy Chris tian sleep I didnt I say Pratt djd you over Oar that this old wise was auntedWell says I I dont know as eer heard that exactly Dut old Mrs Dorry died in It and then Mareellus lived here alone till ho died Seems tome ho died In hat room of yours come to think of It says I chcorljts him up He turned pale Instead of the yel low hed been lately Oly Moses says he You cant mean It I can mean more than that without I half trying I says Yes I remem bar now Ho did die there and they say he died bard Maybe that was on account of the bed though Ho was mighty upset Commenced to tell about a friend of his over In the old country who had been butler nt a place that was haunted I asked If his friend had over seen any of the spooks No saya boo e never saw em Imself but it was a tradition In Urn family Everybody knew It It was a r white ladyanil Bho used to trip about he gus r the lawn nights S hJsa g tnnir IU r t iT riJjaIUlJII Ia S oil I- Tt liippoo itYlod been black they wouldnt havo been able to see her the night Xevor heard of a coloredI ghosHinyway did you- I mean she was all dressed In white he says scornful And they say twas orrld to see her aglldlng around over the grass Want to know says I Well If you see old Mareellus gliding around the hummocks outside call me will you Id ifke tOsee how he manages to navl gate through the sand Thats a job for a strong healthy man let nlono a dead one I guess he see I didnt take much stock in his ghost yarns so he quit and went to getting the things on the breakfast table But he was nervous and broke a dish and sprinkled forks and spoons over the floor like ho was sowing em Pretty soon he had to stop and hustle upstairs for the Twins was shouting for their duds For grown men they was the most helpless critters his lordship was a sort of miKia to em as you might say After a while ho had em dressed and ready and they come down to breakfast Nato had brought over feather beds for them so they slept pretty well Van Brunt was rigged up special because he was going to East wlch that forenoon to see his girl Id cooked a whopping big breakfast but twas only Just enough Van was a regular famine breeder and Hartley want far astern of him The Natural Life was agreeing with both of em fine so far Martins cheeks was filling out and him and his chum was sunS burned to brick red After breakfast ttley went ont Lot I their usual promenade Uy and by I heard em halllug me from the back of the house When I reached cm they was standing by the barn with their hands In their pockets and look Ing as happy and proud as if theyd discovered America Conic hero skipper says Van Do you see this 1 0lIe was pointing at a kind of flat place In the lee of tho pig sties Twas a sort of small desert as you might say A bunch or two of beachgrass In the middle of it and the rest poverty grass and sand I dont see much says Ill1l1tdo you mean 1 I mean the location says ho Heres where well have our garden I looked at him to see If ho was Joking But it appeared be want Garden says I Sure ho says Its an Ideal spot Sun all day long You could make a garden hero 1coiildnt you So11 asks Hartley 1 Maybe I could says I ifi dug I through to Chlny and hit loam on tother side Otherwise you cquldnt raise nothing In this sand but bUs tors saysVanStarting a girden in July says I What do you callate to raUe Christ Inns treesJF f t sayaVZ0embor Think of it Mar I Vjw n from our own planta I ethemorning 1 r i S And tomatters already faked In tho sun I says disgusted You take my advice and buy your groan stuff ort Scudder But they wouldnt hear of It Called mo n Jeremiah and so on All right says I finally Have It your own way But whos going to work this cucumbers and dew farm Why wo are of course says Van Thats part of the game Isnt It Mar tin Nothing so healthful as out door work for caged birds like UK Maybe well have two gardens ono apiece Then well seo who raises tho first crop I could see em doing Itl But there was no uso arguing then I put my trust In Scuddors not being able to fetoh tho loam Pretty soon Nate heaves in sight In the dory with a cargo of skim milk and store ogsa and butter Van Brunt and I went down to meet him Van didnt give him a chance to talk just as soon as tho stuff was put on shore ho announces that Scuddor must go right back and drive him over4o East wlch Nate backed and filled as us ual telling how busy he was and how ho hadnt ought to leave and so on nut Vein corks him right up with a fivedollar bill and off they went I lugged the milk and butter and the rest of tho truck up to the house and started In on another stretch of work Id had a vacation of ten minutes or Sf now twas time to begin again After Id cleared up round the kitchen and the like of that I wont off down to tho Dora Bassott and tackled her Van Brunt had cut away about everything but the mast and I had to rig now halliards and sheets anti downhauls and land knows what Drat that Heav enly twas a tvp lays Job While I was making a Btgrt on It Hartley comes loafing down from the houseSkipper ho 33 y s lets have another one of your cUowdern for lunch will you Theyre the reul thins Well I tell you Mr Hartley says I If we have chowdor IJ ought to go and dig tho clams right now on ac count of the tide And honest I hate to leave this work Im on Still of course If TOll say so why Whats the matter wti my digging cm 1 ho says- I grinned Why nothing J says so far as I know except that its something of a Job Job ho says Itll be fun Tell me where to goand what to dig em wlthandmul how to do It I told hint to take the skiff and a clam hoe and a couple uf buckets and row across to the mainland 1hota II clams all alongslwre there I kueV You Sit along till you see a lot of little holes In the Baud I say then you dig Wont to look out that they aint sandworm holes nor razor fish And when you begin to dig fays you want to lay right Into It cause the clams are likely to be rundowns and they get under fast Soi Hold on a inluute says he How am I going to tell a wormhole from a clamholoor a clamhole from awhat was Itbarber fish hole Ilazop fish says I Not barber Well I dont know how to toll you ex actly If Its a sandhole therng Jlkol to be a little tiny bole alongside the r IU anethafl thrrfJt J1Qme times therevalnt And If Its a razor fishwell I can tell em but I calJato youll have to use your own Judgment He said all rlgfc ti guysscd hod get along So off he went and pretty soon him and Lord James comes down and gets aboard the skiff Ills lord ship was loadod with no less than four buckets besides a clem hoe anti uif garden hoe and the stove shovel Twas the most imposing clamhunt outfit ever I see If Id been a clnnTand see that battery coming my way Id havs took to tall timber Sure youve got hoes and buckets enough 1 I asks sarcastic I guess so says he looking nrquhfj at tho weapons We might need an Other pail perhaps but If we do Ill send James after it His lordship started rowing taking strokes first with one hand and then with the other and the fleet got under way and waltzed as you might say zigzag across to the main Twas as calm as a millpond and they hit land up towards tho point by the Neck nand Titan tho claw slaughterers got out and disappeared round behind the point I went on with my rigging It got to be 11 oclock and no signs of em Theu 12 lunch time Tide was coming In fast you couldnt have got a clam now without a diving outfit But Btlll all quiet on the Potomac I went up to tho house ad commenced to slice ham and fry potatoes I bad my doubts about that ehowder Everything was ready by and band I stepped to the door to take ah observation And then I see em coni Ing rowing more crab fashion than ever I walked down tp tile inlet to meet em And such sights fts they was Blessed If they didnt loots JHiO theyd been through tho warLord James especial Hi Sol sings out IIartIeyas tho skiff floats lit broadside on My but Im glad to see you Give James a lift with tho clams and things will you Im dono up He looked It Ho was barefoot and barearmed with Ills trousers rolled up above his knees and his shirt sleeve8 above his elbows And the valet was tho same and both of am soaking wet and Just plastered with wet sand and clayI gave one glance at them bare legs and arms For the land sakes I sings out Pull down your pants and your sleeves Youre burned to a blister al ready And so they was Tender white skins like theirs wot with salt water and out In that sun They pulled era down lookIng like they didnt knowjlrat for and como hopping groaning ashore His lordship back was so lame from bonding over that he couldnt hardly straighten up without howling Did you need the extra bucket I asksWhy no I boiievo not says Hart ley You seo I dug for a while and then I wont to look for better places and James did the digging We found holes enough but they didnt seem to callitbosomeant I U 1I41 new saw sucb iii I v 1 5 1 t W creatures And th re was ono placo whore there wore millions of holes but chockful of crabs Um hum says J Fiddlers You must have gone pluinb up into the marchbank to run Into them Thfy was ninil things says Lord James rwlllng his eyes And they ad claws and swarmed over my feet I give you my word I was that Thatll do James says Hartley Well I was successful at last skip per Struck a place where clams were actually in layers just under the sand We turned cm over with the hoes like winking I pointed am out and James picked cm up Just look at those buckets will you I looked at om Thero was three buckets chock frlramlug full Good land of love says 1 Thorn aint clnms theyre quahauss- Thorero clams in Now York be says Maybe so says I Wo call em quahaugs here And theres no qua hangs In this part of the bay unless theyve been bedded Was there any marks around em There wits a lot of sticks stuck up around ho says but wo knocked those out cf tho way You did says I Did you leave any of thcwhat you call clams You bet wo didnt says ho We took the last one Had too much troublo finding em to leave any Humph says I Thats nice Youve cleaned out somebodys private quahaug bed Them quahaugs was all brought over by somebody and planted whore you found em The sticks was to mark the place You dont mean It 1 he says Yes I do says I I callato woll hear from thorn quahaugs afore long And sure enough wo did but that pomes later Ou ttttwqz up to the house I turns to his lordship why was limping bare 4 fGood Land of Lovel Says I Them Aint Clams Theyre Quahaujjt tgot civer the ber cbi ra jjJubblajVoud says ifAint clamming fun1 I says My word says he but expressed his feellngsall right witriaptgand soror Their sunburnt legs and arms was hurting em scandalous Hartley flopped into a piazza chair and stayed there and Lord James crept around with hs limbs spread out like windmill sails And every time hod bumi1fltoa chair or anything you could hear him whoop to glory Van Brunt got homo about Cupper time Scudder rowed him over I had the quahaug chowder made and ho ate enough for aU hands HartleyAwas- feeling too used up to relish It much and his lordship didnt eat nothing I Jet him offon the dish washing and he went off to tho tall end of tho veranda and went to rleop In a chair After supper Van told about his trip to Eastwlch Agnes and tho Tafford girl was well he said and they and their FresTjJAlr trlbo was coming to tho day for a picnic By fUeWay skipper says Van ScudderJBayahe brought some pres ents for iujlast night after we went to bed Where are they Thundoratlan Id forgot all about them presents Id felt lilan un dertaker when I laid em away in that drawer anld now I felt like a grave robber as I dug em up again I spread em out on tho table coffin plates in the middle and wreath on one end and What Is Home Without a Mother on totherYoud pught t9 have heard them Hcavenlles laugh Natos presents certainly made a hit Van ho Just laid back and roared Oh by Jove he says panting This Is too good This is lovEly Shades of Hannah Jane Purvis Mar tin how the widow of the man that didnt fool like beans would have ap predated these hey Thisthis would have boon her Idea of an art galtery Pack em away again Sol1 says Hartley Now that tho relatives have had an opportunity to view the remains the funeral may go on Bury em quick fury em 1 says Van Not much Theyre too dreamily beautiful Mar tin Im surprised at you What is homo without a family vault nay way And yett Hold on he says holding up his hand I have an Idea Well glvo theft to James To James says me and Martin together Of course to James James Is fu nereId mid solemn and dignified They ought to appeal to his taste Theyre right In his line We will decorate James room with em What Id It they were warranted to do skipper when strung up around Ohyesl to be sure Take away tho bare look James room Is bare now that I think of It Come and Join tho Memorial Day parade Martin I GoIInglies had troubles enough for otto tlay But you couldnt stop that Van Brunt critter when ho got started I lIe makes me load tho presents la my arms and takes tho lamp and leads the way upstairs And then he sots to wqrk and hangs them presents round p It 4 l1 HELPfuL AQVIE u You wont toll family doctor tho whole story about your private illness ou arc too modest You need not be afraid to tell Mrs Pink ham at Lynn la stthe things you could not explain i our letter will bo held in the strictest COil fldenrc From her vast corrci oml cnco with sick women during the past thirty cnrs she mny have tho knowledge that will helpyourcase Such letters us tho fol1 grateful women en tahlisn beyond a doubt tho power of LYDIA E PINKHAMS VEGETABLE COMPOUND to conquer all female diseases Mrs borinnn It Barndt of Allentown 1n writes II Ever since I was sixteen years of age I had suffered from an organic de and female weakness In pjiiieuuoiice if drendf il hpnitacjies jmd was extremely nervous tIy phyiiU plan fuild I musi go through an omtrq tlon to get well A friend toM me pbout H PliiUhainp VetrnlaWu Compound and J took it nntl vroto von for following your directions carefully anti thanks to you I am today a woman and I nm telling all my friends of my urerleneeI lint1IHUnltJfrom tOOt nt tins been j standard ron cdy for Girl hins podt liJycured women who thousnl1tlsolj Hon fibroid tumors irregularities rerodio pains Itekftfho tI nt nlftlown In1II1l- Olldiziinc tllo US uO f l1on I lout Jambs lift itt the coifuj plates over tha withstand at the fofl Of the bed antI the wreath over U3 petct anti hmig tlo fcttire y f Marcel lus over tho ioking glass and tho shell work by the clusotijjoor Now says ho ferbomott tlio erownlUK tpoHi WhngjZaybgnjT IgaUx hg buns ltMJif p of tbg ur Jluifs ho IJta Influence way mq mkherly who Jijjjw r S h ItIarid lao jliu NtyJnJll1iti- ThehZlio was iib lordship lip ari4 ordering irfni ro bell right then but cnuni wouldnt hear of It MaVtln nald let the fpllow have hla qNani Pretty soon Hartley got tired bf waiting and said ho was coliiR to turn in bo was played out ho said Van wanted to wait joncpr buj he 1lfltt jig went iu both too At Iialfpaat ten or so roy roun i f chores was done and I sung out to Lord James to wako up and come in because I wanted to lock up But ho wuldnt Lot me aloneukhe says pleading qr1VIsays I out on piazza and went alotUand turned It And U didnt take mu ions to get to sleep tell you v1 111 vhnt WP was ft howl 1k Ian en yne todUUiI bounced out ot bed like I under mo instead of corncSl Snd ropes Then comesenunther screech Then 3 smashlty Tlien niorq yells aud feet Golgf1own tho hall and falling downstajrs Then a door bang- Ing and sounds like all tho furniture on the Island was being upeet I lit a lamp nnd got out Into tho hall There I met tho Jleavonly Twins Just I comlQB from tfceif fogm They wna Ifeaseil light arid gauzy saute as mef put Van hall n revolver In his hand und Hartley was swinging n chair by the backWhat on earth says Van Its In tire dining room whatever it Is says I I grabbedup something to use for a- clubIt turned out lator to be the littlest Joint of Hartleys fish poleand Uptoed downstairs to the dining won IQ FiId that dgop wits locked fast Continue d Next Week Tire Lucky Quarter Is tin one you i iiy out fjr a tor of Dr Kings New Life Pill They b ing you tire lienlh tlistii more pre pious than Jewel Try them fur head ache billoujnoss constipation and I intlorlu If tlibv disappoint you the price will be cliterfully refunded laokson Drug store Would Know Later Is the prisoner sane or1itzttio7 I dont lnoyyet lint you have examined him Yes And you nre tit expert I am ono of the best lint you see both sides are dlckerlug with mo for a witness and t havent found out yet which line the more money flest Ilcnlcr tii The World Rev F tarlJlrd of1IIt Rminiind Maine nysT I luvciiiil lluckleiii Arnlc Strive for Iuve c I ynrs on my old army wound niri other obstinate tillrl atid Audit tbflvbet hrnler In tlm world I 2tsJIr great itiaresi In lilY YC tlcVsOe nt JrqkrtUugitore4 V 1 11 fiOTED ROAD EXPERT D Ward Kings Connection With Move For Better Highways BEGAN CAMPAIGNING IN 1902 Split Log Drag Work Started In 1836 Rise of tho Device to Fame Marked by Several Opportune Accidents How tUllroads Took It Up Copyright 1808 by D Wanl Ring In rinsing this Rorlcs of articles I am requesttil to write a brief history of my connection with tIre movement for bettor rovls Tbo roud itrolilein lie R tn la eupapc iuy attention very soon nftir I came to Missouri which wan In INTO The Bpllt log dmj work which started in IsOtt received n curtain nnionnt of nutlco from tire public In 1S03 or ISOO but nothing was titan by me jiuli Holy until Dccombcr 1001 when II udilrcuF l tire state inectlnu of the Missouri loath Koiida association irihileoiie ntI My cuinimtgnltiK coinmonccd lu April or Mny IDOJ under the direction of our Ktatu bonnl of agriculture mul I have workttl with It more or loss ever filiuc In tire full of 1JHTJ wlaii the Iwaiil opennl Its regular sorlos of In stitute I addressed them antI In the next few years I visited Inillaun Ohio Mlihlgnit stint Nvlimslai traveling for inontlis In the employ of the various stntc8Ithirty miles of Iowa anti KniiRns I IJ1was for start tire because of tho lack of a central Insti tute authority In tho static n weak itt wltlcli Itt liuv 1011 reniiHlliHl Now Wallaces lnruicr of DCS MolncK In hind RlvQutlronsldcmblu Bpaco to till King drfl so I wrote t- Its editor asking tulvlcp My Ivttor tn LlIIfl van br ujli to tlttt liofic try ion CldtllGfffil tnlln campaign oler tire ortll41 westerns Iowa lines In tire 1905 TIre lIurlll ton carried on similar campaign tljc scjjjp full nnl in UIM fullowbiK winter wo had the pleasure of seeing a road drag law parsed by tire Iowa legislature The rite of the road drag to fameI has been marked by a Jiumbur portutio nrclden8 Kiuh ofwhleh trite I hall on latlnencu on the outcome In tact an I stated 1110 previous tho inception of the King drtrgitystjnu- sas Itself largely nccldentnl And the i success of my letter to Mr Wallace was another iiiatanev uo tq thki accidental coining togOthJIaet Mesttni- nhiaco anti Alshtou In a Uld Moines bank they never having met before 1tothe desk as they ptrsst1autl Mr Wallace remarked ThurcT Mn Alshton Is n matter in which you and all railroad men ought to take an active Interest Mr Alshtan gave iced and begun tin ItlvostlBntlciii whlch ended in my en gagcmont to make the tour of his road InAprilAnother such occurrence which con nods later on with tho one Just re hated had its beginning when the curlrlIJrpirn mall route and sow what tire King drag was doing He returned to Lila farm homo near Sue City Iu built a drug anti made a road which lIloI came tho talk of tho vicinity The township authorities decided to experi ment with the now method built drags hired men anti learns made a close record of expenses and rioted reoI stilts It happens that Snc City Is a Chicago and Northwestern town and when Mr Alshton visited there to Investigate he was shown the roudx alit the records Tho showing satisfied him mill ho nt oneo wired mo to visit his olllco q t tilt first opportunity In It trot clear that tho writing or this telegraphic tnossngo liegan on tho tiny that tho visitor from Site City journeyed over our rural routeNot long after this rallraid work In Iowa tho Alton in Illinois trial Missouri putt the Santa Fo III Kansas ndoptet tho satire general plan of campaign anil nil three of those states have since fnllun Into line by enacting roail drag laws Thcfo campaigns by the rallrmdi and tire publication by tho Saturday Evening Post of nu article bearing on the subject gave tbo movement great pul llclty and the news has traveled around the world Papers In Canada Australia anti England have been urging the use of tire drag Paris has been heard from Just now I was shown a letter stating tho Missouri Jtoad Drag Bulletin has been trollS kited Into BpanUh I have reason to believe the Klug drag Is In use In every state of tho Union and I havo tho names of more than fifty Cana diana who are dragging the roads Moreover tho people are showing an appreciation of the drag and a dcsiro to know moro about It by demanding my ChliutnUll11f Rnll goOlL nfcnQe w J I 1 I meetings so constantly tlint r havo lit tie time for other business My Chnii Uiuiiun dates for JOOH nro in retiues already Indle tlng the growing Intores of the public Ijist hut not least the Tiillcd State alike of public roada nt VnslihiRtoi hats recognlxed tho Importance of the split log drag nUll Director Page has asked me to write a bulletin for tire government This bulletin will go more Into detail than anything I have heretofore written and will contain now pictures as w lfnB a cut of nn Im plement to be used stiijhInreuturry to tho drag This Implement although III use on my road for yean I have not bore Introduced to public notice Gtioil For HverjlMtily- Mr Nor ir nil It Ooulier a promt IIMI tturlillect In tin tielliftt llulding Sun Irnnolicii SuNs 1 fully endum hll lust lino lif en said of fcloctrlo lilt Ii5 its n tonic nmllclrte It is gooi 111011111011i syateith Electric Hitter U this LEt rprlni medicine ever old over R drug Htlt countur i18 H lluod putlder it II iinequnled CO at Jookion Druj ion LENTEN DAINTIfS i A Dozen Helpful Hints for tha House wlf11 Table ItolKM Lettuce Sandwiches Itoll the tircnd In a cloth wrung out of cold vn tor cover closely with dry cloths anti let stand several houtv remove cruets nnd cut In thin slIciM Spri nd with creamed huttgr ur n iimyoiiimlmo Atwt 11IIrIlinked Ici t ainlwlcfiosihxlt the beaus n little und mix w tIt n French ilrusDlug spread bcttVcon huttorci Ices of brcnd arid pour over the beans n little oitchiip or onion Jnlc Husslnn JniuhvlclieitU trfod In KilleIlayer of egg aud n thin slice of raw onion Cheese and Olive SandwiclicA Spread crackers with crcilUel Neuf ehntel cheoso and c ivor with finoly ciroppetl olives uroleteneti wJlh It little mayonnaise dressing plaro nnotUor cracker on tOIl alld press down rtrivly Curry SnndwitbChon herd olMeggs n ml sllKltUjf ctvikiM jterti tim- eifttciqwutit of filCh and srsoir with CP Tyi owd ri salt ttt taste add n little I oiiloHkJgtcc trail moisten with rreiun trpread4hletwetri hirentl flail butter 8alatl8Tlio dressing plays nn Im portant n part nn tho Ingredient uoi to makeitho salndc antI herv jra 1 V lourrenchiRnlt poonful pepirTfitabteMp4xntuii of vltiej ir arid wq table 1IIQlllfHIli if iue uiietE ILiervl- tD Q jjnlt anti pcptwr In Uw lttcsnr nnd hei add tho oj felawly mixing thor ctnrghiyMayonnnIsPiawingTenspooiiiu of muHtiinlr lhoMtina of right uhrTiS pta nltIIIOtUll1 of rMikp Icr ydlks of two I gsrht1r tf oil two tiililespoantviln of vinegar nnd two tRhlttMp miirulii of lemon Juice Mix tire dry lugmlUiiui flrttt RIM tin yolk of the eggs anti stir well whit n sttvr fork or n wooden snoom tiil tho oil n tow drops tit H ttnio itnU stir until 1ThIn with tho lemon juice arid ujtl tho oil anti loinon juice alternate ly Lust of nil odd tire vinegar The dreamuingsirould Iw pretty stiff us It din solves ns soon lilt nddcd to lfltti or vegetables lfiilutfolndShrwl any kind of resin cftlH fich arid mix with Ircnoh dress lug Place snlnd leaves on the bottom or small dlsliit place thu mlail lii anti lour over nra3OtlrIabd irc hitr toni garnish with slleeil 11 kIM beets toni capers iriielt SalndHoll tho imcltH for lIt teen mluutoM then retrieve tho IUHU Vheeestrrarigeleate arid ov r with niiiyoiinaUe drains OP fOUl tnrtare- fnrtllnu Salnd Drain vonrdlnof on soft vapor Scrniw tho skin and n movu tIre tones Sijueeze lemon Julw over thorn mill arrange with lettuce leaves Serve with Krench or inayon anise ruMhiK Garnish with hard hulled Hlleed eggs rind sliced Ionian Chop parsley and scatter ovvr till wi nd If you wish Lobster Sat1Ctit q pint of lobster UHvntluto cubes season with Fruncb grossing anti lEech on leo until ready to serve When ready to servo mix with half the ipinntlty of mayonnaise dress ink To make this salad attractive tire coral nnd claws should bo gopnnitc from tho lobster and set nsldu until serving Serve tlo sttlad lu heats of crlsj lettu o UIDVUH with n tablespoon fill of miiyonnalso on top and garnish with thu claws or n plcco of lobster coral l No One To Pin I have oiinil out that there la no use ti die uf lung trouble n long ni you enn got Ir King New Discovery says Mrs J 1 Wlilto of Hiuhboro Pn I would not be alive lodny fur only that vvondnrful medlcinu H lnonses up a cough quicker then anything else and euros lungs dfteate Hven lifter the case Is pronounced Inept Itu1 fhuis must reliablo remedy for conghi snd iHgrlpnu ustliinii bronchitis seth lionrsetie is eold under guarantee nt Jackron Drug store toa and flOO Trtnl bull Ie free selfish Why I wouldnt give that to a dog lAh I see keep It yourself Ii II Quite Plain They tell me he Is brighter thou ho looks lie booker liS- thollgh lie might leo 1 1 I ITEIAILW WIXTUH TIME TAULK EFFECTIVE NOV 18 190C aWhSrI Kx Sun AM re- Lv oOiJtholCStiTorrent57Dundee 41StantonClay City 8 25 1Ui L E Jnnct 9 00 5 OT 21Aro41jSIExkcunPM A lit Lv 85WinchesterL K Junct 3 25 8 20 02SlnntonFilson 4 20l 22 81Cnmpton 50HcnttyvilloSi Helens 5 20 10 25 35Afliol 10OKAr Jackson Q 15 11 2Q CONNECTIONS NotISterlingCAMPTQX trans connect with Mountain Cea nndCnntIJton UNClIONTrains mindftour0 K JUNCTIO1r1hX 3 mid 4 with the Ohio Kentucky for local stations on O ft K Hy C1IAS StOTl C p A Ol K RAILWAY HiFEChz U NOV 11 won Wl T HOUND Daily Kx Sun 1ST CLASS Sl ct1e A M pU- Li Jackson 11 OS a 00 10Frozenranclovft 11 88 3 49 L ali9IInm 1Wf h toLeetifjAr 1 1 d EAST HOUND Daily Kx Sun 20 uLAn Ur cutA M p M Lv 00liclecliawalee City 7 45 1 2a 82Ilumpton8 87 1 51 57FrozenOK unction 925 225 Ar Jackson 9 30 2 3d loavesCannolleaves Jackson nt 4 00 p in M L CONLKY Gen JklVrr Mountain Central Depart Arrive 545a m Campton 11 30 a in 145 p ni Cumpton 0 00 p in DepartS4 00 p in Campton Jim 4 40 p m Make connection with nil L U passenger ruins Who will be- President t This is n PrcsicntiulJMr and heoplosLcCOURIERJOURNAL IIcnryiWuttLrson Kdltor Is a Democratic Newspaper but it prints tire news as it develops Ono dollar a year is the price of The Weekly- CourierJournal nndThoBoth One Year F- orS15O If you will give or send VOUIL TCJurierJouronliO a t ir 1 r c