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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 l y I3cst Advcrtlsllir EtINJRZATHITTANDADJOININQ r i 21 1 oJ OP r Fn H r 7 J 11vANKWSIVUEKDEVOTKD TOftiiE IxTRnEsm bir EASTERN KENTDOKT t OKK JDoiuB PER YEAR IN ADVANCE Volume V1I Jackson KctetlC ida 11Jnt 22 1908 Numbers 30 c JP hEtlster IsaacsI HAVE RECEIVED A BIG STOCK OF f Spring Goods1 bConsisting of the following A Big line of Dry Goods Notions and Spring Suits for Men fI C18 Brown Suits for 13 12 Brown Suits for 9 8 Suits for 6 6 Suits for 350 A Big Line of Ladies Shoes and Slippers at low prices both tan and black Also tan and black Slippers for men A Big Line of Ladies Hats A Big Line of VMens Hats and Derbies fc- 4 t A nice Line of Ladies Brown Blue and Black Skirts foo We hive a Big Line of Carpets Mattings Rugs and Suit Cases We are going to sell our r Loodsat very low prices We are crowded ii v COME AND SEEks THE JEW STOREEU- STER ISAACS Proprietors L OH O f 1 v IfH t H HIr H HG i ir1 H a FLOYD DAY Pre T SAM1JKL HEAD Jr Ciwlilur- F Va P CKAWFOUD Vice Pros t- f i S M 1 DAVIS ActliiR Cuolilpr WS I1OPPIUC At CZIkbi t n muulllIIIttt i- iR o O- hiaU r 1 o I ARE SATISFACTORY rI IIfA1IIi t + rtMl M +lidltncr Tri t oalaI + rcellb a+ 0 you arc are not u ready in this num rii a s r bcii 8 Call in and talk the subject over with f t 1 us A call will entail no obligation 1 1 Wont you try and seeiisF 4 I m PAIDUP CAPITAL and SURPLUS 2735000 il Q 5- ii It 1 JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK Il il1 If i1JackSon Kentuckys t J leiFitlrt t1HiH tH H H H H H H HiH 2j 1f1 t = THE 1 i ffr Southern R9y 1lr OFFERS VERY LOW ROUNDTRIP Homeseekers Rates ri To Arkansas Indian Territorytif 1 LL 3 Louisiana4 R r Oklahoma Texas I Tickets on sale the first and third Tues 10 lays of each month 4 Applyto any Southern Ry Agent or write t A R COOK D P A B S VENT T P A JlOUISVlllE KY i PiyIJJtft E T R05r 9 U SASllLI Jlt 1f ROSE SAMPLE j t Attorneys and Councclors at Law r tCA1trT0N Kr a s This firm will practice in all tho q courts of Wolfe and adjacent coun bI fl v tios Special tittcntioti to Corpo ration Law jand Real Estate Liti MationV OlUc s Second Floor Farmers t Traders Dank l tff 1J jjw 4 t ok- k ToIj r ff J Y l www f r YJI n fF J BREATHITT BOUNTY r f l WriS Jtrj a rrt 0 0 = 11 R r F =D L ALLEN JEWELER MAIN ST 011 POSTOFF1CI3 lies for sale a nice lino of WATCHES KMULliai PINS EYE CLASSES SPECTACLES and nil kinds ot Jewelry REPAIRING A SPECIALTY- r Prices Keasonablo Plcaso ea111 d examine 5 V 4 tr tv t- W yr k 11 THE CAMPAIGN ISON1 Who Will Be prosidentV f I To form your opinions and lcc in touch with the progress off tlfo campaign ybu will need lirsttiass newspapers Wo have made a special arrangement whereby you can get the CourierJournal14Daily Weekly CourierJournal 35 From now until Dec 1 1908 I This gives you a live metropoli I tan paper through the campaign todaJIas subscription will start issue of day order is received back numbers can be sent O you can have Thb IJreathitt County News and cither of the above duil ics until December f forbnly SUW This special campaign olFer is in effect only during June July nod August and no subscription will bo received rat the reduced rate after August 5J1 under any circuitrlaaucest If Send your subscription order to Tho NowsMiot to thn Couricr Journal or Timess A Rousseau j Farmers will about act done Th01Cllttlebuxer as IapproeIIfor men to degrade the county in i such a manner or to impose on i Gods feeling after lie gave His only son for us It D larding c of Dayton will visit Hothanv Council No 173 on May J3 All councils jtnd the put lic are in s cited to bcprcscnt at one oclock I A speeinl invitation is extended to the Jackson council 1 advise nil ministers who want to moot good people to po to 0emJ ons on the south foil QllQujokM and to urea loth i lies Daniel McIntosh and others y f1ichoolgrate yard on May HO to decorate j he graven of departed friends Services at 9 o clock andat Jo jovelys at 11 11111 at Kisnor oint atU p m and nt linnixs at oclock Everybody invited to nko a hartaArthur Creech of Campion was lore on business Monday Ifoy and Heed Williams twin brothers of Valeria visited their brother M S Crain the first of ho week Mrs Dulcena Hurst is very sick Lt the residence of her daughter Irs J T Steele She was 87 rears of ago Wednesday W 55 Eubank of Kjddville was here on business Wednesday Tr Shouldood Pile nI r rDl The last r i IO Jack I editcloilllIs men folwuvatic ticket ro r the catqiWif jp09 in orJer that all prt es of defeat nHl ua eradicitl l w and lDetnocrnc crotwncdwitlcrow of laurel tlsIe I r r teacher c ou the llenr erotic party n taught the truthfulOl latcmcnt and as the dat s remorso nm- I defeat pass far and we gain diseorcron t rizan the star of brightra son our s arc tvrtrDg sUcli raptures of delight to almost unablo to suppress o J2r from mane fwting jtselfjttho wildest shouts of the same rue Democracy o- 9II is just the nZ today lias she conic to icav s7 No Iggavo us agar We t ytIqJtru lusof cxpcricncf that lttiJlin 0 Junks all tiv1 al t partyisni 11 Aliouldrlect ticket of clean handed hone Irne and sicere men unollti with past politiru troubles Utcrnts conservutit ui iheiriCW without strife or contentiona Tho Dcmocleil also stilted the great rc ilties involved up on the ofJicifoC county court clerk and ih pprtHnco of select ug a wortHn for that position In that dditenfil a young man of memberIC fumiliea f directly connected kinIan nounc mcntll Qiandin hJ1tla rind also inNetswnimad e choice of w Its these reslonsiJ bililies III young manMrA- lfred attss Mr ltusssllr b- tuiiJt n11m1 iutanc is t lially- I i 1Ji 1r f hliiJfir1 if Obi- et by his ovhioneriy ho has IIC quiredn goonschool edu and b 2iltoent work in the schoolrooll estimated among the leading a Icrs of our county His poularity ksuch that utmost the entire eastern and southeastern portion of tho jounty would vote for him almost to a man regardless of partyism Knowin hs- bility for thposition and after = viewing ron1ferery standpoint lending himlhonest brave and true and considering his levity it scon 4r quite certain heu will have no opposition at least for the nomination XX Eld JP 1 Hunter returned Wo Inesday fron Lexington where ho delivered a lecture to the Henry Clay Council Jr O U A M A large crowdattondcd Rev G rtt Drushal of Lost Creek was hero Fjuesd 1iu S iI r Con denci T rfwhen eating that your food is of highest wholesomeness thatiit has 0- nothing in it that can in fe orIIdistress you makes the l preast doubly comfortable and satis ry This supreme confiden ouzhave when the food is raisi ithe oyea R J tt r 4to1trl The only baking powder Ina with Royal Grape Cream of Tartan t tcT- here can be no comforting nfi dente when eating alum baking pow 1 der food Chemists say that more or r on less of the alum powder in unchanged v en alum or alum salts remains in the foodL 1 r r I Ift U r1p cLalgqsttC irculniiblll is Y tttt t A SMASH IN PRICES Never Before Have Such Goods Been ta 1 Sold at These Prices v J I factois that we are doing it Just look at Jonesthan i SHOES ARE WAY DOWN f + Ladies 125 Shoes go at 100 Ladies 150 Slippers go at 110 Ladies 200 Shoes go at 150 Alens 300 Shoes go at 210- f Alcns 400 Shoes go at 250 SPECIAL Pants 1 1 90c t tTenThe biggest bargain you ever saw at t3OOta oCOME AND GET ONE 1 f w r f One Lot of Willow Rockers at 2 each tt EXTRA SPECIALMens Suits atCst 1 t Ten Dollar Suits go GOO Eight Dollar Suits goat 8575 t Five Dollar Suits go at S3OO i THISr A x Of your lifetime to bu goods at your own price miss it j REMEMBERNever before have goods been sold at these prices in ra pricesrto June 15th iYi Tell ErverCome and sec for yowrselfand be convinced that we can savYate44rAll kinds of Furniture at way down prices Dont miss this t opportunity to save money at Smashed Price JONES STORE 7 COLLEGE AND COURT ST JACKSON Kj Hello WilhurstI what you have been dreaming so long Born to the wife of John L Scwcll last weekn fine girl baby Win IJuckner of Morg passed through hero last week on his way to Compton to attend court Mrs Currie Car nctt of Winchester is visiting her parents Her and Mrs James A Sewell at this place Miss Lillian Graham left last Thursday forCnmpton to attend the county teachers examination George Tcrrill sold to GeorgeVlIalsey of Mt Sterling lust week 30 head of nice yqung cattle for an average price of 20 a head T Terrillwho his been very low with pneumonia is able to be out again Mr Terrill is one of our oldest citizens being 80 years age P Sewcll who as been suffering with a sprained ankle h able to be out again Mr and Mrs J Fletcher formers parents at Fro en Creek Sunday Mrs Flor Horton visited Harden I3 Hurst and last week T013V Oakdale r Arch Crawford of Cope Branch Visited 1C F Crawford last week Lum Dale of Lo Rose hero a few daysngoll C Bryant at Athol and Tallcga Monday on business Richard McIntosh and wife of Rose have been visiting Elijah Watkins near Athol Win K Terry of Jctts Greek visiting friends North Fork a few days ago Leo Jett passed hero last week route to his home on Cow creep Keen Bryant at Jetts Creek Sunday Mrs Tommie Johnson of Elkntawa is visiting Cal Johnson near JeWs Creek 1 JI P- rDiil u P OPANY PAPER IN t try r tho i 1Mens 150 for 110 r Mens 200 Pants for 150 + t- I EXTR SPECIAL Mens t1125 Hats go at I I j at f Dpnt such ay I money Jones Sale t AVE Taylor W vis family was was Lo was was I I ==nft ovutli F- i s l otTiii rs rrs 1 flftlTLL cOil i INSURANCE f REAL ESTATE t5b t g tiF F STOCKS AND BONDSrfLOANS NEGOTIATED t r g AGENCIES IN ALL THE PRINICPAL TOWNS WI- Is i 1IN EASTERN KENTUCKYa j Want Live Energetic Men to Represent Us f itin Unoccupied Territory t z iw Address AH Communications to the Com M liar pany at Beat tyvllle Kentuc kieeMrs Klvira Deaton of Jetts Creek was a pleasant guest of Mrs John Wyatt at Elkatawa last week Misses Dom Short and Frances Wise of Jetts Creek attended the teachers examination at Jackson last week Misses Isabel Allen and 1rudia Back of Jetts Creek were hero last week pauliDerthicl last weekT11 Back of Jctts Creek was here last week Jeff Kversolc of Cope Branch was at I If c J 1 r i 0 I Jackson last week Eatill Dea ton Isaac Terry and II C Short of Jetts Creek were here a few days ngoMrs J D Moore of Jackson was visiting friends here Sunday Mrs Wiley Mor ris and Miss Lucylounshellof Jackson visited friends at Elka tawa Sunday Paul Woods is visiting JT D Moore at Jackson Mrs Rachel Ilollon of Jetts Creole was hero tho first of tho week cn route to War Crock iJ Bon WuITEsv r f l w- C I tti1 fz ill 1Y c 7 t G r The Breathitt p1elY ij ft SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE + 1J WISE HAGINS EDITO t I FRIDAY MAY 22 rA f t I res sasasHsasHSESs SHSHSE E t Iii 4 J Dn O 11 SWANGQU- 1 ru If i 2 00 U PHYSICIAN AM SunOEO- Nn tfJ n f fOfiico ah Kes Phone 5CX 0 nJACKSON KY rn J ls252S25t525252525225 yp4 4 M m 1fi10 tJ jA H PATTON l ATTORNEY AT LAW L y OFFICE IN CRAW FORD 1JLDO r WJACKSON KY Ilf t Notice to Candidates1 Announcements of candidn Jfor oilico will bo charged for IIi follows vFrILDistrictOmce1O00 For a County OHicc 501 1 Except a complimentary nopec f civcn each candidate at the tl11I comllllllllcntlOnjt for at Scenls per line Suchci 1 c municntions will bo treated n f purely advertising matter fo ilIf whioli The News does not IIssuml IItt any responsibility Cash unfit accompany all ordl for such ndvcrsising t1 ANNOUNCEMENTS II t JbOR CIRCUIT JUDGE We are authorized to armour JUDGE CL W GOURLEY Of Beatty rile Kasa candid tr for circuit judge of this tho 2- 3b Ct judicial district subject to the ae pnrtir Wo are to annoui yJUDGE TAMES P ADAM t e of Beattyville Ky an a candid l for circuit judge of this the 231 I oj judicial district subject to tho IlC I r tion of the Republican party tR COMMON WE ALTILo NrlY 1 We are authorized to annour f K A II STAMPER of Campton as n candidate fOI r Commonwealths Attorney of tl- thcy2JW judicial district subjcc to the action of the Democra party Election Nov 3 1908 I hereby announce myself a cang didato for the oflceof Common M monwealths Attorney of the 231 I judicial district composed of thc counties of Breathitt Wolfe Lce undEstillRubject to the notion 0 the Republican party I soli- tthosupportx of all good citizens i- gardlesst of party affiliations n A IL PATTON authorized to announce iiZT HURST y t Of Breathitt county as a cantli r date for Commonwealths Alta ney for this the 25d judicial dis a trict subject to the action of thl Republican party t + Wo are authorized to announ KELLY KAS1I- as a candidato for Commonwealth attorney in the 2IJd judicial district subject to tho action of thl Republican party FOR CONGRESS 44 Wo aro authorized to announ A P llYHDI risii candidate for Congress fo thovTenth Kentucky District sub jcct to tho action of the Dem crntic party FOR COUNTY CLERK it I tako this means of announ ing myself as a candidato fo County Court Clerk of Breathi County subject to tho action 0 the Democratic party If elecU b Ishall regardless of party aflili tions be your most obedient ser want ALVUKD RUSSEIL I To the Voters of Breathitt Co 1y I am a candidate for tho oBi r of County Court Clerk to bo vote for nt the November election 190 NorirEaFOR SHERIFF t a Iearo authorized to nnnounc- RQRERTg DEATON of Crocks svilll as a andidat for Sheriff of Breathitt subject to tho action of tho Demo L cratic partyR II S Clnpmnn and his son to Troy of Quicksand were her 1 Wednesday t GG Brown of Huntington 4 1Y Va was hero on business difc c fug the week p J Mrs j = Mary E Deuton of ta roCketfsvillo returned last 1iCC- Itn frpni London where she had ben J r attending tho U Scourt riiq witncss ngjiinst FJoydBittlo m r c J Post011lrcrJ II V II it ill rok tY kr f Z a tR f JU IfItr Li1t f tT h t ir t T wrl1the Ayir- st rageMan Gets ready to buy a Spring Suirof Clothehe f looks for Yle and pat- S tefoQlf he s t tefutfthen he looks frWr tyIf he is articular after that comesrit aiis an len the matter of pnce If he is economical Whatever the desire 6rTlfinrement may be relative to a be met at this best of clothin 5s No matter how critical siroremInent satlsfac i s e c ctor we can serve you your I I e A Newspaper Bargain r Wo want the lUeathitt Count Newt to go to every homo in this judicial district during the campaign andare prepared to offer bargains that no one can af o ford to miss11r0 will furnish the 11itily Courier Journal and Thei News to December 1st for i 15Q or if you prefer the Louis vine Daily Herald we will fur nish itIlnd The News for the same time for 173 The sooner yoi subscribe the mire papers yo wiH get Our old subscribers who are paid in advance can have the CourierJournal for 125 or the Herald for 150 Mt Sterling Market There was an unusual big run ot I cattle for May fully 5000 head The quality was fairly good The best 1000 to 1100 lb steers sold s by weight as high nS 5jc with some selling by tie head ut Iilhel prices Yearlings at 5c Heifer at Jli to 4 c Canners at 2c Trad was slow buyers claiming prices e wero toe high A good many cut tie fully halfof them left ovcr- l unsoldaLnight It does look lib prices are on the danger line whei stock cattle sell at 5J to Cc ad some sold by the head krough fully those prices Monday Wi are afrnid our mountain trader were caught with too many high priced cattle on hands Monday Very few mules for sale am rood ones wero scarce Morse were shout us usual with the de wand strong for lino horses with few in sightAdvocateC- ome and vote for the lady of yqur choice at the rink Fresh fish Friday and Saturday ut C llnddens x D u Clark of Stanton was here on business Tuesday Bud Ilcnsley of Rousseau was horoon business Thursday Jetts Creek Klisha Johnson Sr made n business trip to Jackson Monday Edward Terry and Wilt Allen spent Sunday ut Canoe visiting friends Mary McIntosh was the guest of Ellen Wise Sunday JuIiusMcIntosh was a visitor at II C Shorts Sunday Elisha Little and Lewis Wise made n trip to Athol Wednesday Miss May Day of Cope Branch is spending fhcpveck with friends in Jackson Peter McIntosh of Lfck Dranchis thoflrst man rti riots ti 4- s4 Finest Va StyleJKrfH II I cinity to get his corn worked 001 the IirsttimeGt Woods of Oakdale will take pictures ncar the mouth of Jetts creek Satui day The sick wife of Alfred Keen who has been here on Telts creek to be doctored returned to her homo at Canoe Monday Hhc seemed to be improving and we trust God will spare her life 11 whilo longer that she may live to take care of her little children Miles Caudill of Turkey who boa been on tha sick list is ii- iIprevingSamuei Terry was the guest of Honloy Johnson of Lie Branch Sunday Jack Littl and wife of Elkatawa visited their daughter Mrs John Wi son at Cope Branch Sunday HMJB HurL Clemons Gcorgo IL Barnett found Isan Smiths cow which was advertise I in The News of last week and toole I her to him It pays to advcrtis in The News as nearly ovorybod in Breathitt county reads itv Terry Campbell the snake killei killed a rattle snake 51 feet 10nJ with 18 rattles Wm and Pear I Wilson of Lower Quicksand were I here Saturday Mrs D G Jones I and son Elbert are very sick Ilov Henry C Clemons U S postmaster rttid merchant of tllis I place visited Lewis and Harr Clemons nt Lambric last Frida and Saturday and caught n lino lot of lisp Mrs Prudiiu Miller I wife of Wm Miller died at her homo Monday night after in ill I ness of about 5 months with lung trouble She leaves a husband am eiglu children She was n memo ber of the Baptist church It is not our will that we should dio but let us bo prepared when King Jesus calls for us for in His arms there is room for all- LBATIIEH BiuToiire I Campton Wolfe County Since the close of circuit court here most till the citizens of Camp on have commenced fishing and running The trial of Grover jriflith last week charged with tho murder of Flem Conley rev suIted in a hung jury The most noted feature of the trial was tho irgumont of our young Common vealths Attorney Kelly ICush Mrs Sam J Elkins of this phoer ormorly Miss Millie Centers vise ted her parents on Stillwater last rcekAt n meeting of the Ho lubiican precinct chairmen here 11It t 4 it f alw IoI mont 4 he Suit of Clothes that looks best on you is ass dly here x 1 10 to30I 4 itat k Nwtax last week GW Lovelace was r elected as chairman of the Repul lican party of Wolfe county Marriage licenses have been issue since our last letter Sam Bank and Martiii Lawson T W Hollo and lChoE nteRecent guest of the Ccfitnil Blotch J T Da and James T Ijdllon hazel Greet Judge GT Center Stillwater lion SM ickcll West Libert A B Dcttmer Cincinnati L S Tippctt Nets York Reccr WoJfo count real estate transfer as is shown by records in count court clerks office Wm Gibl to Jsom Brewer considoratit t500 located on Stumper Brand Larkin Stamper to L M Brewer consideration GOO located on Dcjsereelnnd Sam Watt to Howard Tolson consideratic 200 a town lot In Campton NOTICE OF SALE United States of America East orn Distrlctof Kentucky In the United States District Court in nnd for said district Referee District No5 In the matteivpf Samuel E Put ton Bankrupt In Bankruptcy No 5G2 In pursuance of an order duly entered in the District Court of the United Sintes for tho Easter District of Kentucky on the 5th day of MayA D 1908 I will on Monday lane 22 1908 Ilt the CoUrVjIouse door in Jackson KyY sell nt public outcry to the highestCand best bidder on 1 credit of six 0 months the following describod property towit Tho onuoighth 11 interest of Samuel E Patton in the following four tract of land situated in Breathitt c ntY Kentucky and bounded ascribed IS follows 1 Ly between Jeremiah Coel rillsSapng Branch and Lit tIt beginning on the top of thoJndgo at a maple and oak n 5 e 45 poles to tL chestnut nBJ w 80 poles n 80 0 80 polesrsl e 135 poles s 8G w 8 to the surveyed in thenqniijiYm Cockrill con 2 Begi irtfig on the ridge between Jorc ale Cocki ills Spring llrnnchu ifjittle Caney at two white oaksJsJd hickory n 43 e GG tiDIes to 1n 15 w GO poles u 57 0 30J5oles to two oaks s 45 e 40 poJcfV8 7i poles s 43 w 80 pplc Poles to tho be- tinninJi c ataintng 50 acres which was survey d in Jhoname of John Jockrill 3 Lying and b iiion Richie lorkof Little Cancy and begin ling at the mouth of Board tree Irancl at theyppercndof Mary I1cD fI1iel laftd nco the tonditionafline between said Mary IcDanicltnd William Patton u IW II a iIf Y y r f There is no best in terms if it is not here southwest course to the top of tho point between said Board lreeI Branch on which Irvine McDani lived in INSJ thence up said point to the Collins line thence with same to John llensleys line on tho point below said Jlendey thenc with tho head ofa imnll tirahf at tho upper end of said Iattons land thence down said drain to the Hichio Fork thence down said creek to u small dmin on tho east side of tho creek ut said Iattons stable thence UII said drain to the top of the poin thence down said point to OPIIO site the beginning thence to llJ bcjrinninjr 4 Beginning on a loctst 01 the bank of Quicksand creek below the mouth of Cnney bejji nine of Samuel Patton thence down Quicksand creek to Tle miah Cockrills line thence witl tho same to the lower end of the old field to the old Putton lino tc Samuel Pattons line thence witl said Pattons linn to the end of the point below tho grave yard to f small black oaks 18 w 28 poles a rock n 82 w 2G poles to tho be ginning Also one M hp gasoline engine Series K No OS manufacture by the lagan Gas Eneine Mai ufucturing Co of Wincheste and now situated in the planii mill of tho Cleveland Lumber Timber Company in Jackson Ivy also stock in the Cleveland Lun palIhug described real property Store building and lot of groan situated and fronting on Broad wa in the town of Jackson in the Stato of Kentucky bounded on on- sideI by the store house and lot 01 John Watts and on tho othe side by the store house and lot 01 Thomas Davidson said buildin being n two story frame buildin 20 by 75 feet with basement nn concrete cellar 20 by 7r feet Ilnu recently occupied asn store rooi on tho first floor and oflico andcc tertainmcnt hall on the sccon floor Said property will bo sold eac piece separately and same will b soldon a credit of six months Tho said gasoline engine will be sold freed from tho claim of the Ilngan Gas Engine Manufacturing Co nnd tho said house an lot of ground in Jackson Ky will be sold freed from tho claim of D B Kedwino and W 1 B Williams Sons Tho piirdms ers of said property will be re nuircd to give bond with good approved security for tho pur chase price and bearing intcrcs at G per cent from date and con ditioncd that the purchaser shall have tho right to pay olf and dis charge tho sumo nt any timo before maturity by paying tin amount thereof with the uccrucc interestJOHN E PATRICK Trustee in Bankruptcy 13th day of May 1908 l a yM1 Mha Spring Fashion Exhibit 4i fe Wo arc pleased to announce that we have received va lifrge shipment of spring and summer nlllllnI3ai i large assortment of this seasons fS stylesT0 have a wonlth of beautiful trimmed hats both for street and dress together with a superb exhibition of the cnpnlnltiesofour owii designer Acspccial invitation is b extended to tall to Visit our millinery I I department j u=CC== j SPftIa1Ess GOODS r We want the dress goods trade of- i i i every woman in Breathitt und the i i surrounding country and we are do- ingi all we can to get it We are ofshowing new goods new weaves and t j new colors in dependable merchan- J i i list for home sowing In this dc- j partment we Ole showing 80111 chen11 tiful wool and silk dress fabrics 11 S Here also will bo found every ne ccssity needed in a womans outfit M t tOUR SPRING SHOE TRADE lIs no v in lull blast Not in the recollection of the oldest inhabitant 1 did any merchant in Jackson curry the uptodate styles und qualitiest you will find in our shoe department1 representing all the present day i fashionable leathers Every pair a creation in the shoemakers art tan Jf brown patent dull and kid leathers = = MOT CLOThING r As for our spring and summer line of ttelBoysa mistake if you fail to look through ourrstock before you buy your spring outfit We invite your inspection of them They consisifof the latest novelties both in ma terial and fashion Ask to see our line of 14 soft and stiff hats which includes the well 01 known Stetson brands Come to us forrugyour straw and P Aaromaweight underwear and other furnishings We are headquarters for Groceries Drugs Paints and Oils Hardware Stoves x Tinware all kinds of Farming Implements Pocket and Table Cutlery and every thing t you need I XWeEastern Kentucky Call for catalogue u X DAY BROS CO 1 IWholesale and Retail Merchandise JACKSON 4KENTUCKY t 1 O vJOIY t1 fir 2ft p 1ir 4 v f X j f 4 0i 1 1 G F The Breathitt News f tv j WISE HAG INS JITOU t1Y CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS 1 A YEAR V4 liiblllioil UvcryLrliluy Jt w Ddnk Wainscotts Pop f Next week will be a big week lot the rinkt Circuit court will begun hcij next Monday t Dr CJI Hurst is quite Iick 1Ith fever Fresh fish ut C laddcns Krid- uitM- r J i and Saturday Reuben Trusty of Lnmbric was wrslucre Saturday on business Floyd Dull of Chnvics is vis to iting friends and relatives here A biJ slock of mailings of tho nicest patterns at Kustcr Isaacs s iMiss Emma Crawford returnee I from tho hospital nt Lcxingloi Tuesday Dont fail to take advantage of trk the daily paper bargain oiler rho sooner the better- S 11 P Landrum and wife off i host Creek were visiting their f brother Sum Tuesday Cooley C nubs left last week for J Now Mexico whore ho will tRlw treatment for lung trouble Mrs Q W Smith and son Reuben of Lost Creek are visit t dInl relatives end friends here lion S P Hogg of Boone villc is visiting hit sons Dr W pand Attorney N S Hogg For Friday and Saturday tit C I t Iladdcns Strawberries Greet f Means Tomatoes Now Potatoes Rev U II Starbuck of West Liberty will preach at the Presbyterian church next Sunday Mny 21 fMuny of the attorneys have 1 been busy this week taking depo owsitiolls and preparing their cases for trial K C llolliday hits moved into the Byrd property on College ave i nuo recently vacated by Kev C M Summers M If Ilolliduy formerly of Haard has bought tho Floyd DRY residence on College avenue anti hasmoved into it John Richardson manager of Tilic1 r Richardson coal mines at Beatty villc was hero Wednesday looking over the political situa t tion G W Fleenor took hrr PMrscst son to tho Good Sntnari ton Hospital at Lexington Tues day for treatment for spinal I trouble I y Miss Nettie Combs returned t about ten days ago from New Mex t ice where she had been for the ti pnst year for her health She is much improved Easter Isaacs have just re I ceived a big line of mens brown suits of the latest styles 2500 1 suits for 1000 1800 suits for If S1450 1200 SUIts for 350 If each of our subscribers who t art in arrears would pay us as much as 1 during court it would help us a whole lot Tho dally paper bargain is open to them n9 wellas to others iiSm Hurst editor of the heat x llle Enterprise was here Toes r r day talking up his fathers candi dacy for the Republican nomina lion for Commonwealths Attor nay for this district y I have rented tho Cooley Combs barn and am prepared to feed and in the bestcare for your horses Li 1 of style You arc cordially in l medLf Mhero will bo a Hardtimo or tTncle Party attic rink next t nfcht May 20 Every body dress up for the occasion Prizes will be given for the tuck iest couple anti also the tackiest t man and lady Judge G W Gourley of Beat r l t Y villa was hero Thursday in the J 1 V Interest of his candidacy for Cir If 1 i cult Judge Ho left hero tins t y f niorm nr on horscuaek for the 1 Middle Pork to talk the matter 1i over with tho voters rTheCongressional committee of mot at Mt Sterling il yesterday to fix the time and place for holding tho Democratic Congressional convention Win chester was nn applicant for the honor lIon Al Byrd isv the I only announced candidate who I will probably be nominated by I acqla tion f A ryFt y r V State Convention June II The Democratic State convcn tion to select delegates to tin National convention which meet norninldeInto not at Lwdngton Jun 11 thoCounlY mass meetings Will bo held at tho various county sent on Saturday June Gth at 2 p m to select delegates to the Stati convention Entertainment May 28 The people of Jackson are to have the opportunity to heRr Mis Madge Wilson n graduate of the Cincinnati School of Expression in presenting Tennysons Enoch Arden a mclodramo with music setting by Richard Strauss at the 2HjSheGeorgia Heikcns Dianist a grade ate of the Cincinnati College of Music This iS1 rare chance fort to people who are lovers of poetry and drama to hear ono of tho greatest poems in all English literature The Lights Are On Thtj light plant resumed operation under the management of tho sew company after a preliminary est Tuesday DiEhl F C Pick iral the engineer in charge of the iuht and ice plant announced that tho machinery WAS in order for HMiimnent arvioas A canvass will be made as rapidly as possi lo to enable all persons having heir houses wired to contract for ighls after which new wiring will M begun A great many houses and stores sire anxious to install ighLs A flat rate will hA found in nn titer column of The News It ins been made as low as possible rills safety to the company The ico plant machinery is now icaring completion at tho faotorv mil will bo coming in right ulonr The company exacts to bo ready to furnish customers Ice byJuly 1 There wore 55 applicants for eachcrs certificates before the aunty Hoard of Examiners lost reek With about 100 school listrlcLs mind over 200 teachers there will probably bo a lively icramblc over the schools as soon liS tho scliool year opens Major A F11ood of ML Star ing has been renppointcd Pension Alont for this district New music at the rink h make dress itself a her one alone Ladies Homo Stylo pooh free at our and Dr W son Claude of Jack from a for at the Good at B of Stanton who was with son several months last summer and Miss Mary Powell county wore in last I Ed was in the arm about a month ago has so far as to bo able to to town Wednesday to after taking depositions in ti caso which ho y It 4 1tt i tt1 r It1r1 L s U Sp for Breathitt COnirrCS9Il1RlrLnntlevs bill for a United States emus at Jtirksoi passed the Senate ulmost unanimously Monday Mr Langkv during his lhnt lio would have a hero and ho has working nt it unceasingly ever since his alec tionh He in getting it passed by tho House savant nwnths ago when it came to tic Senate it vigorously op jiosed by Senator who tried in every way to defeat or do lay the passage the bill but Senutor Payntcr came to tho res cue and made n speech on tho flea of the Scnatef answering all tin objections of Senator McCrcar and gave his reasons why the bil should plus This court will be of incalculable value Jacksor anti Drouthitt county and n bctio lit to all Eastern Great credit should bo given to Repre and Scnaloi- Payntcr Sessions will be here on the lirst in March and Sep tember of each your SPECIAL BARGAINS For Friday and Saturday at C Haddens lb can of lOc alb can of Apples lOc 3 cans Van Campn Honiny 25c 10 oz bottlo Sweet and Sour icicle lOco 2 large size Pork and Beans 25c- J small sio Pork and Means 25c 11 one lb can linking Powder 2Sc 2 Ib cans 15c 2 Icnns Lima Beans IHc 7 bars Soap itfc The ir and UOc Jolfee on the market today These prices are for CASH Marriage Licenses The licenses taro been issued since our last re II art Jerry of Jackson and Irs Mary Combs of Klkatawa Charles Smith of Frozen and 1 iss Sarah Roberts of Jackson Gross and Miss Julia rumor both of Lost Creek Joe Combs and Mrs Sally Smith jotli of Jackson lames Russell and rlIlnpacer both of Lost Creel James H Brick and of the lower Quicksand neighborhood ere slo ppinsrI The Ladies Home Journal Patterns AND STYLE BE SUPPLIED AT J WPREWITTS STORE These dress patterns possess features of merit not in any other they are rondo by the most modern methods and emanate from the highest authorities on the latest and most styles in Womens Dress The of The Ladies llama Journal in matters of has long been recognized by the women of America Like tho trio patterns stand foremost are the most helpful most popular and most satisfactory One of the most important features is the accompanying victual OuideChxrt patentedo simylu that even little girl can make own clothes There are no complicated constructions no guesswork Tho cutting and littingpro simple as ABCJ Another point of merit anda very important is the elimination of waste of material that triples the value of I the patterns Tho Journal Monthly upon request store lOc 1- 5cJWPrewitt NEAR DEPOT G Dailcys Millersburg formerly of sonlias just recovered successful operation citis lies pital Lexington Virgil Atkinson connected tho Jack Bank for McDonald of married Lexington Saturday Callahan who cut recovered comb look trio of in Is interested 0 COurt promised campaign court cstablishci been succeeded but wet McCrcary of to Kentucky sentative Langley Monday Tomatoes Succotash Laundry best Uoastcd following marriage Lunsford Granville Mj wife tiara Thursday BOOKS WILL HEREAFTER embodied approved prestige magazine indi Prices appendi Samaritan Deposit Judge Taulbco returned Tuesday from a business trip to Iron ton Ohio For Friday and Saturday at C Haddens Strawberries Green Beans Tomatoes New Potatoes Her C M Summers has moyod into one of J It Bhikos houses on highlandavenue Miss Imogcno Marcum returned last week from Millorsburg where she had been attending college for the past year Tho contest at the rink is draw jag largo crowd It only lasts one more week Tho judges will open tho box and count tho votes- Saturday night May 30th and rAtli2 prizes Ho tho winners 4- y t f I I r + fy 4 46 1 1r 4q wo J 1 I c Q 4r 1 IJ11 1 Ra BLAK E 1 y 6o I News to Those vVho I 1 rWearShoes 1m l7thnext fen days I will I any of mY shot stock hT BS the Star Brand for it- J l Ili at 10 per cent less than In f ion i 1 tper 1i I C erro and I will not r 1 411Zuiswier but will leave 1Yismile that wont i iritesi r 1- l l to est k f jJ R BLAKE= = fiLlcTRl LIUHi0 C m SlIS VERY LITTLE and convenience very great f The company expects to make only a reasonable profit and to give firstclass service 0 A Hagins or J S Pember ton will take your subscription We do wiring at co- stRLAT RATEJ lamp 16 c p per month 75 2 lamps each 65 3 to 5 lamps 16 c p each 55 6 to 10 lamps 50 11 to25 lamps 40 26 more U 30 ijr Jackson Electric Hydraulic Mfg Co 4 t6 New Principal Prof A C Lcpnard who has been principal of the graded city schools at Cyntliiana for several years has resisnc und has been elected to and has jlCC1toda po sition with Lees Collegiate Insti tute tiara under tai direction of the Synodof Kentucky Southern Presbyterian church Prof Leon and formerly lived in Mt Starling where ho taught school Ho is a hightoned cultured gentleman and a capable teacher and princi pal fccck Whittuker has opened up a barber shop rknttheArnctG build ing opposite M Si Crainsstore- with W C Jones as barber He doHircs the patronage of the public John G lntthoJIII with drawn from tho racofbr the Ko publican l1ominntioKto17Coulrcss the 11th district Raving a clear Iin to Congressman Edwards Dr II P Duir v1v8Mui9 been locatedr at Lost Creek for somo time has moved lip rb where he will practice his profession The Head I traits small comniuul INewYork has Just reelected the v iadsmuttlt mayor It trlllt titaiand Ilketl tlto brand Drell enough ism Llilnm malt Persons who the role C merry villager In rcultI of hen bit surprised If xj Is oneliSIr Oracle in tho yllingors the black sinltkh What bo docsu know about poltlcs literature and lag sick hens Isnt worth fcuowlngyr I Ills Intellect usimllyT owcrs above the thinking iiiflntilnniiri Ifate village lawyer ny mulch ns rig tires the biceps of leint1 limb Vhen ho Isnt mayorusgally tells the mayor what to 111111111110 slue blllInthe community had n6tcc tl cS things anti thought lie mlght w1 P eJIbodraw lug the salary1 Plan to Improve Sandy Roadt In some of l ic counties In Oklah6rt9 19hasby cutting time pnllrju tiny which hiss n rank growth nlon kiu rondslde nnd placing It n thu roach echo plan Is fald ti work very well roads nro very sctUfnctory toUie farmers In battling their cotton core and other products to the markets tl ffJ 1 Mt Judge J T Osborne of Cyn thiana hits announced his candi dacy for the Democratic nomina tion for Circuit Judge in his dis trict Ho presided at the Jolt and White trial when they were sen tenced to life imprisonment for the m irder of J B Marcum Alox P Dull of tho U S FOIlIP Dull and other friends here III I CUT GLASS a and- WEDDING SILVER Articles of beauty and usefulness combined 75c to5 and upward UEUAHM QUALITY lOW L1IUlES HeinteJEWELER Main St opp Phoenix LEXINGTON KY KILLTHE COUCHA- ND rCURE THE LUNCS DrKingsNew PrlcsFSurest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK 1Zar a- LJ I + r I 4 t 1 Rr iFiTI wIJ r S ajtione q t This is the Questionif4f it is batter to keep your money in a drawer or sufel j c it out in payments of accounts and bills or to bunk it rjWhcther by check i There can be but one answer to this nndcheck it out AN ACCOUNT WITH US t It will systematize your affairs teach you economy and bring you into contact with tho best people of tho community Three Per Cent Interest Paid on Time and 1I jSavings Deposits ti JAOKSON DEPOSIT BANK r IE1U r Irlfl j LJACKSO 1- I t o iFC I ttlt tI 1 i ill rAINTSl tt IW K till Just received a full line H Il tti fl which AVC guarantee t It t 311 I 1U X11iT Li4 flo t Will cowl more space last f I a longer and look better than s ft other made Call W h any paint t getEI 111 r v 1rA- r I Jackson Drug Co 1 lh Y Zl 0 E eEee xin FSS1 to Ltootof u u rt rL e a 4 oi t t i eo i Hr i1You Will Get All Thats 1 tI js Coming to You fr t f- h THERE IS NO FAKERY G In our method of business for every dollar us you got ono hundred cents value in 0I t4urn h CIF t1 Wo Believe in Square Treatment W1o- i isi Your tool oya worth all the time Wo might J i me up a pngo of space talking about our goods a at then you wouldnt know how good they are a s COME TO OUR STORE t esSoyou can soo for yourself lliata the surest way 1 t XDCrawfordih afJACKSON KENTUCKY V t M C1 i o Z W Wn ni i o 1n ttiiiinmimimiiiimiiiiiiiiuiiiiiimiimiw I MVRTLV T KlCLTYl ATTORNOY AT LAW g OWICI2 IX 11UKST HUG = 1ACKSOX ICY SiimiiiiuimimimimiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiJ R 9j Du II P DUFF i p PHYSICIAN AND SURHKOX f n y JACKSON KY W C II IIIIKST IDIt AND SUIIOKON QlUcjin Potoflico Buildin- gIPllotio G4tJackson ICy aims t Rl n EEMOTAL I have moved to McCormick V near Campion Junction where I will continue my business of n ntqing I MonumentsAND I Any one wanting anything s in my lino will please wrilo me at McCormick Ky I will make monthly visits to Jackson and hopo all my friends will save their y orders for mo- I Iii M1 SRELYf h- y ty f y I IL =I + t t Nct- 1iIf st I N W Miller and 0 V Noble r r passed the May cxaminatitfl with j as they hope good results TEd 4 ward P Turners mule ran away with a plow Monday Turner hnd Washington Sizemorc plowing for I R him when the mulo Rot scared at 7L1 LIr andlruf ducted religious services at tim mouth of Cockrills fork Sunday lames Ncace Jr seems to I r bo budding for the ministry Vo i would beclad to have h mfor heI to AarAseems to be enthusiastic in 10 t puruitof religion Klias Mul c lins will conduct religious services i at Tenmilo Sunday May 24 I 7 For Rent It A ix room cottage on Marcuro II o ifciglits Apply to Mrs J J C Bach Jackson Ky t Host Hfnlcr lu Tins World Hev K Starlilrd of Knit ftaxmnnd Mnlne says IMiave nml llucklen1 t Arnfot Salvo fi r several ytnra on my d old urmy wound wnd other oluilnutp 4 Biul iind It Hist best healer In 1 4Ilieworld I use It too willl Rrenl buhuFstjfNoland Estill County 17 AVillio Ui hnr son and family f were guests of Ins father Amos Richardson Sunday Mrs Mat T tie Ballard lAnd Mrs Winnie War J Ii i ford were visiting Huston Walton I j ilast Thursday Hume Johnwn- rlittle girl who has been sick fo S some time with fever is better w tti Walter Kichnrdion of Little Rock 4 is sick with fever Solon Cox i of Panola died May 15 of r trouble lie leaves a wife am 1 seven children He was a mem 0 k ber of Panola Lodge J O O F 1 r 1and was buried by the members of that order in the Red Hill t grave yard David Shepherd is conlincd to his bed with fever j Huston Walton and family and Leonard Lay spent Sunday with Wado Johnson E B Crowe 1j and family visited Alford Winkler h1Sunday W L Lay and Ernest i and Lizzie Walton made a visit to Ricos Station Saturday I l Insko Morgan County i I Sebron Lacy bought a milch 40II a few days ago for 8500 lorter Davis bought from J II Stricklen n lino milch cow for which ho plJ 50 Harlan Oid i- o lieldof Daysjboro was visiting I friends heroSunday Miss Polly Wilson visited Mr Kings famil Sunday and hada fine lot of pho rLosmade Ilazclrigg Craso pur chased two nice horses last week v from Andy Crasc Kelson His ner visited his fatherinlaw Rev JJ W L Lacy Sunday William Conlcy attended time examination t 1 at West Liberty last week Mrs Pauline Back of Rousseau who bas been visiting relatives here T for tho past three weeks has re turned homo Miss Addio Phipps who has been sick for eorcral weeks is now improving I Mcawusti Good For Kvcryboily Mr Normnn II Coulter a prom ntn tnrchltect in the Delbert BnlldinB I Ban Francisco uj I fully eiidorte liltI I for everybody It correcti stomnch I liver and kidney disorders in a prompt thetprliiK medicine ever sold over II drug Bil counter nt a blood puiifler it U unrqualed 60s at Jackson Drug store r Republican Primary I Election Call publicanTof Kentucky heldIn Irvine 1on April 23 i pursuant tq notice duly 4t1ell for the purpose of tho time place andmnnner of cnntJidntestr t i tolll1rr tion 1908 in said district Pres eat Breathitt J B McLin by A M Arnold JXV Estill Jn vlvnn Tnn j Wolfe a W Ixvclnce Wheelcl LllAnn was made chairman of saidt tJtmeetmg and G W Lovclaco was 1 c I treasurerOnt rprimarr election be lick at each a t tie larions precincts in saidrI districts held lit the f J J inLut b s the hour of G odocka m and cJsirytat 4 oclock p incc I tIme on tlaeS f QQLH ay 1903 for p etc tJr 1 1iIf N 2 C p- S t 1c1 4 ftj ce I I u 1 1 VMUR BACKACHE The back is the mainspring ol womans organism It quickly calls attention to trouble by aching II tolls with other symptoms such mu nervousness headache pains in the louts weight int1ie lower part of the body that a womans feminine orgailjafn needs immfcdiate attention su cases the one sure remedy which speedily removes cause and restores feminine organism to a healthy normal condition is E PIN RHAMS YEGETABft COMPOUND JMrs Will Young of 6 Columbia AVIS Rockland Me says I I was troubled fur a long time wiLl dreadful backache j nd jj pain In my side and was miserable In ojety way I doctoral until I was discouraged and thought i would parerget well I read what E lllI Vegetable Compound had dona tor pMrs to try It I after taking hreij bottles I can truly say that I never felt so well In my dMrs Augustus Lyon of East Eartt to Mrs Pinkliam hod very sarcro backaches and I could not sleep and bad no appetite TmI E Plnk mFandFOR SICK WOMEN PillkJI from roots and herbs J HS en tho Standard remedy Jor female illtf 1l1U1IuI po1tJve1ycured thoUsands ol women rt n troubled with cmUonperiodic pains bnekn he that bear ingrtown feeling flatuUmey Jndiges UondIzzInosorhervousprostrLflLonriiing for circuit judge and commonwealths attorney in said district nt which all Republicans and nil other persons who are now inI good faith alliliatin with time publican party and who will sup port the nominee of said primary election and who are now or will be legal voters at tho regular No ember election lOGS and who shall be legal electors and voters The cnid primary election shall be held in nil respects in jiccordnnce with the provisions of the laws of Kentucky and the rules of time Republican party governing such electionsWithin two days after the date of said election closes one of time judges anti the sheriff of eachof said voting precincts shall deliver the ballots ballot boxes certifi cates c to the chairman of the Republican committees of the re spective counties who shall on the third day after said election at 10 canrllSsIimmediately mail a certificate of said vote in said respective counties signed by the chaiman and secretary of tho said county com mittees to the chairman of said district and on the 27th day of June 1908 at 10 oclock a m the said district committee shall meet in Irvine Kentucky and compare said county returns and issue certificates of nomination to the successful candidates The expense ofsllid primary election is estimated to be 70000 onehalf of which shall bo paid by time candidates for circuit judge and onehalf to bp paid by the candidates for Commonwealths attorney Notice of said election shall be given a of newspnpersinopy of this call on the court house door in each of the counties of said district at least forty days prior to said election cnndidates ntleRstfixed for said election and proportionate election On motion it is ordered that atBeattrillefi 1908 This April 23 1908- L II Ftrxx Chairman G W LOVELACE Secretary A copy attest G W LovELAOE Secretary No Use Tojjfo 11 linn found out that there It no liSt to die of lung trouble as long no you cnn get Dr Kln New Discovery aajsMri J I White of Kuilibor todllYrrIt lounges up a cough quicker ihnii nnvthdig elie anal cures hinc llieftp prunouncedIJ1IIlIff bronhILi torerooflff ftPRATT CAIEtA TALli OI TilE COD FI3HEU pbtitik I 1 c By fI0 Joseph C Lincoln Cop ri htJ 1907 by A S Barnes Company CHAPTER X 1 Tho Voyage of the Ark h t oWlnigtr4 lr1eITrouble seemed to be that theJ Ii too many clothes If theyd becif hJIted to one suit for Sunday and a pMI of overalls to cover up the ruins the rest of the week like I was theyd have got along better But they was rigged at last and at breakfast was chipper as R pqlr of mackerel gulls They commenced tq talk garden Consarn cm 1 hoped theyd forgot that The loam business Is all right Sol ssjys Van Scudder will bring us barS it three dolUrs a jot load Ho Itll take about 15 bqat boaqst- p lie does hey says I At thre dollar iiff T ThfltB generous of him AnytWng else T Yes He Is to continue to bring ua wiilk Vpbave decked that perhapt for tIme preatHt wo hind butter not keep a cow Small favors thankfully received I was glad that milking want going to be added to the general joyfulness I think thats a nice farsighted do clslon says I Unless you could fan JJOIJF POW t1 tit sbaweod r dont seo Oh Scudder could bring us hay says Van And we could give the animal tho spare vegetables from the garden rwould 3a 3 long time between meals corthe poor critter 11mraIlS says I much is charging for the milk Nlije cents a quart Thats only one cent moro that you havo to pay Iq New York and when you consider how far ho haD to bring It J call It dirt cheap Well twas about as cheap as the gal Jen dirt but I didnt say nothing Were going to raise chickens too says Hartley Scudder so Van says will sell us live Plymouth Rocks nt 30 cents a pound Skipper you might fix un tho pgultry yard in your sparc tlmoJa toy sparo time There was a Joke in that but it want BO intended preachIthe one thing needful to Ozone Island Into a genuine NaturaipUlfe was a pig and of course ho Sate had the only pig In creation that WBJ worth frarjos He showed jt to me thu other morn Ing says Van The prettiest little black and white fellow you over saw Martin Miss Talford saw him yes terday before she came over ands e said he was a dear You might be repairing tv for feli Is your odd moments Solrt i My odd moments and my even ones too was pretty well filled up for tho next few days The Heavenlles loafed and superintended and smoked and fished nail ate All I bad to do was to turn out with the gulls and cook breakfast and clear away and wash dishes and build hen yards and fix up g leaky pIg pen and set read- ythni blessed gardens an4emp dust and dig clams and make tjedV and get dinner and sail a boat and chop wood and bundle up washing for Nato tcj tftHS to Huldy Ann and scour knlveg nnUan4wehi thorp Was plenty more Seven or eight bunqed odd Jobs have slipped my memory The gardens was ready for planting on a Wednesday Nate fetched over tho last dory load of loam the night afojp and T spread it afore I got sup per The chlcfteng nnd the hog was to come on Thursday I w U to fake UlP skiff and go jUter em Nate being en gaged to cart a carryall load of board ers to Ostnble buddy Ann was to havo the live stock at the shore ready for me Hows the menagerie coming Note I asked in cages or on tho hoof OJi Ill box em for you Sol he says The hens In one box and the pig in another The pigs pretty thin I mean young so ho wont be no heft to you Wednesday morning the Heavenly gardening begun Ono patch for Van Brunt and the other for Hartley They had seeds by the peck more or less Brought over by Scudders express and Charged for at undertakers prices Tho Twins started in with a vengeance I showed em how For once I was superintendent and tho job gulled mo tine nothing would have tickled me more unless twas to Urn In and take a nap Van takes one boo and Hartley the other Each of cm was actual roundshouldered4 from time weight dl tho seeds In their pockets They had cucumber seeds and melon seeds and land know what Wonder to iho wob they didnt try oranges and pineapples And In the middle of July Now Martin suys Van Here goes Dot you fifty I get the first cucumberIll you says Martin shucking his jacket Sol what do I do nestZ I showed him I started era evea on cucumber beds They hoed Ilk they went by steam You never see such ambitious farmers in your life fta they wasjust then r Kind of hard work aInUltsays I watching their front hair get damp and stick to their foreheads Work says Van This larecrea5 tlon man All right I says heave ahead and recreate Ive got to work my cqU w T 5 I 5 went In add swept out ttiS fin- Ing nbora Once In a while through the pcen window Id getn night of dr laylit into the cucumber beds with thojftun blazing down I grinned Vh4the boots been on one leg to- clongts I kind of nice to see somobod 1alsep corrijygct pinched When they come In to dinner they was just slopping over with Joy Oar evening was moro fun than a barrel of monkeif DutI noticed that when an tron1 h0 table ho rlz kind ot ij by jerksas it ho had kinks In ck and Martin moved his sh slow and easy and said Q9 under his breath when he i iloei Jar si- MIdntI seem to be In any real liiii set back to work either Sta I time porch and smoked two cis dead of one I bad to chuck U i Jinb6ut getting them seeds 0 luup quick afore theyd leave t 4trL Then they went and I tho hoes moving but they I Blowerj Burned In right after supper 1 I as unusual Next morning I rear a word about gardens The ration was pretty limited and ontf3etns separated with grunts I VanPtr l to I mne and DIck It up and HU1 E with his left hand and kelUI m tin his jacket side pocket Tacdllnt eom to enjoy that meal hkl so much ns J did wi says I o brighten things up iTtfcallato them cucumbers is readto eat pretty nigh by this tlmo StarteA n your corn yotT NoTWcl1 youffimfiit lose no time Its late In thotcaeon now Como qlon wtl vo anIJ It iitioiUg I liofidbd tor till door as I spoke They looked at each other ngalq- UsTpretty cloudy for plnntln lntit usTa Hftrtley We might bo caugl the rain yvu know Rspyour granny says L Them cloud nothing but teat fog Itll burn right oft Walt till woflnsh our cigars skip Voftf peraayS No SI1S L You can smoke and plant at the same tlmo Smoke U rIve n far tho mogquHoes They Bot up flion and followed me out The hoes was laying by the beds nnd I fiiinded em one apiece They took oiL not with what youd call en thusiasm but more tho way the boy ook the licking believing twas more jlossod to give than to receive Tbfl ucumber beds was begijij bentttfuj he first lulls rounded u p tlne one oveljr nut the tallend ones looked Ike tjiepaupor section of tho burying ground more nqefql thaij grnnnjpiita l I showed em how to plant the curu ind went away leaving em leaning on their TTooi with a kind of halo of mosiiultoes around their heads My talk aljuout smoke was more or less iarcas4i4the mosquitoeS on Horse oot was smokecured and fire wo proof I goCtfic Breakfast work done about ten o1clk and twas time to go after th llIlm1 tho hens I tool thy skiff oa out of tho barn and then walked around by the gardens to see bow thingsswoB getting on There laid the hO place where the com ftiHiXwai 4uf ended to be but there wat A c lm i ldllnbr any 1IqtvcnIT- 1llr ll jlellher not a igti of em I tinned once or twice bums didnt get any answer Jhtjn I weni 91 9Vn to ne skiff And there they was sprawled out In u shade of the pines as com- 10rta1iIMI you please skipper says Van Brunt turnl tover on ono elbow Wovo been waiting for you Were going with 031aftor tile ilTestodlcm arolIa8 J Got your farm Ing done so early Noo he drawls Not precisely The fact Is Sol Hartley and I have decided jthat agricultural labors are not Labs says I shoving tho skiff Into the water Thought twas recro ation For definition see Jdlpnary he says a painful condition not a theory with us just now Martin and I are convinced that what wo need is a sea voyage Come on Martin hiartyot average gin goriy Htid they FlImbod tate tho skiff I pushed off and begun to row Welf1 I says after a mlnuto or two It alnjt for me to suggest anything but Just for greens like the old wom an twstho burdock leavesId like to mention that If yqu want vege tahjes 1witb the dow anti not Icicles on em Ud hotter be getting tho rest of themlIeedl Into tho ground Wbati the present standing of that cucumber bctlIL Vandldnt open his eyes You win lt h4as lazy r rowing and looked at him over y8houlde- rMin1dgwhat says I iuh that You win the bet Llko Wlg3yjq cultlvato tho cucumbers I In convention assembled ImvoJnoinlnated you for secretary of agrlcfilture Wo resIgn- ldffqen expecting It And Id made up what to say But I hated to Iay lUp Thinks Ill wait till I get Ijit kt zone didnt answer but went on FOgnli1 The tide was going out fa U twas a hard pull threo of u JWIt little Slllt but by and by we re d the main And there was fc ters hired boy waiting for us II tg 8ita I Whores nuldl nnHMra Scudder I mean 1 31 i couldnt come said tllI boy IUU fetched the hens aud things Her jftcy bo ttH ad time honsa dozen of em ji 11E Intbouo lath COOII The door of S is fastened with a shaky wood jut tSItille I em kind of careful says be thn tat button undoes Itself some gjs4erea the plgZ BaysHartIcy 1 re ho Is 1111 y Muid hear him He want In a lio jh9ilias he4 ought tQ iY j elIccjJwnK to contract but setting the gand wlth his hind less tied to gcthor with atrlnif He was whirling i ID circles with his tall for a pivot so I to speak and bo seemed to be mainly j queal Littlo ffwas and thin veqra1mo to lIo thin as Nates milk ofjtuman kindness but the Heaven j down and worshiped him Uke helwas a hog angelIVilumphi 5 dlrtnr e5t iTVaftfll4tttUBrtI enoughIt pig fairly sung psalms while I Was doing Itand then tho Twins climbed aboard All right skipper says Van above off Just n minute says I What am 1 going to do lake tho next train This transport seems to be pretty woll loaded It was Vac Brunt WAS on the Wt Moved Off Stately and Slow Like an Ocean Liner Leaving Her Dock Midships thwart Hartley was up In tile bow with tho IIK between his knees The chicken cocp was piled in tbo stem I aint no dime show dwarf and where 1 was going to stow myself was too much for me Humph says Van It does look standing room only Hero skipper you kneel on the back scat Ill row I didnt exactly kneel but I strad died across UlC ijtorn somiehow with jhp hull end uf tho hen roost In my lap and my feet over ascii rail Just clea of time wet Natoa boy shoved us Into deep wa tel lie lund to take ort his shoes and stockings to do it and ho was laugh lug so that he mado mighty poor head wayYou pesky young onol says I losing my patience If you dont tend to your job Ill got out and thick you What are you giggling Itl1 I ulnl Klgfllng says ho Im pushing Ugh Hawl haw Ugh Thero you belie gave us a final shove anti then went hack nnd rolled around In the bushes Somebody was having a good lme If wu waut Wo moved oft stately and slow liken ocean liner leaving her doe Wo Jldnt have any ban 1ml IN pR and hong fimtUhtid music Tho skiffs rail was almost awash and my heels lipped on every little wave Van rowed like a Rood one till he got about twothirds of tho way across Then the tide got a grip on us antI he commenced to go slower and groan a stroke and wed swing half w ay around We was going broadside on most of tho time lly and by Hartley spoke up What makes this pig kick so7 says ho like twas some kind of a conundrum TIme critter seemed to be doing his best to answer It but his language want undorstAndHhlu You IfJl Jill Ito dont kick that string off his leg I hollers I had to holler to make myself heard above tho choirHe bent forward and looked down Why says he Ill bo shot If ho hasnt dono It already Hans on to him then I yells For the land sakes dont lot him loodfJ Van Urunt gives a Ihml groan and ptopd the oars No use skipper ho says My cu cumber recreation has put me out of the race I wouldnt row another stroke for the control of the Stonitard Oil You11 hfOu to bti Khofer the rest pf the way I didnt know what a sharer was and I dont know now but I could see trouble coming Set where you be I shouted Dont move Thunderatlon Thoro you gal pesky Idiot hail stood up to HlrVtchi leaving the oars In the row looks Course the skiff swung broad sldo on and a wave knocked tho star board overboard Hartley see It going and made a jump and a grab Ho missed It you might know but ho lot goal the pig I ripped out n lively kind of speech and dove for time port par flue lion coop was in my way and it and mo went headfirst into Van Ilrunts shirt front When I got out of tho mlxup both oars was ton yards astern the pig wns doing three laps a mlnuto over us and under tho thwarts and tho hens was all out of jail and proud of It lhewgo wfa wits drifting out to sea Well says I This Is nice aint ItT Get out you varmint This last part was to a pullet that was flapping on my shoulders Would you believe it nil them Heavenly loons done was to laugh They jUst roared Hol ho vhoopsi Hartley Oh ijear mmmcl ThU H worth UQ Fe of admission Hal hal caclilca Van puffing for breath and shoving the pig out of his lap fThla is the best over Tho float ing garden of Eden Or time arid Say Martin I begin to sympathize with NoahNoah sent out a dove If I remem bar right says Hartley Wonder if it would work with a chicken 7 Wheres our Ararat skipper- I was mad clean through Hero was twlco that Id been mado a tool of on salt water I want used to It and It hurt ark was afloat for 40 odd days 1The to remember that says I And this skiff wont float 40 minutes loaded the way she is If she drifts out side that point Then she mustnt drift there says Van cheerful I dont want to got wotnot now with James gone This is the only presentable suit Ive gotI Utt IMbJall wrecked youll hive to is Tr f 1fj f to to c c t f r It f c J Jo 11 jr t1r c Ipress It Sol My blltliC hIp1ngl 1tlkIabout proEBlrigclothia and us iext dear to gtilng to tho bottom Ill press nothIng says J Atfd Ill say right now Mr Van llrunt that 1 wont tend to thorn gardens You hear Van waved lmiJt hand Your salary from now on he saswIll bo- Ne t it wout My salarys big enough Its mo thats short short about 26 hours out of tho 24 If I was two men I might do whats need fill hut as tis I cant I Ilko you both Ilrst rate virhon you nlnt too crazy but either youll have to got mo u helpcir ur Ill have to quit That Is If we Ret out of this mess alive which aint llknly All thy time I was preaching this way I was tuglug at tho mldahlpa thwart Finally I got It boost and shoved it over time stern I was going to try to scull with It The llonvonlkH was compioleljr up set Not by the fchr of droulnR drat cm I dont cnllate they was afraid of anything but my tilk of quitting nonmod to knock om ally Ill Jovol you know na II Van Ibis Is serious skipper You cant mean it- You bet I cant I says sculling like All possessed with ono arm and fiGht- Ing pullets with tho other I Youre not going says Van de cided Youre simply not It be MnrtinT I sliould say not says tother Twin Sol It you want moro money or ns sistants or anything why nil right Hut we want you And wore going to keep ou- Thais settled then Bays Vau quick What kind of help do you wnut and how Well I says mall7Ior course I liked mo so wII Wail I IRS ttIyou could got somebody to cook help round the house may boI A cook says Van Good We Jet a cooUrtwo cooks ten of em If you Sly so And we get em quick 15eta get ashore first says I Ive got get to inako the Iolnt there or well I OUT finish 1107 h snyn ending the sentence for mo All right mnko r the point Then ho got out a cigar anti mn to smoking limit I want by no means sure wo would make the point Twas the eastnrd end of Ozone Island I was aiming for Tho tide set In strong hqro ant I could see that tho skit would prolty nigh bit the beach If I had luck Wo slgzagged along Pretty soon we got to whore tho waves was run ning higher They commenced to slop Into the boat Shell go under lures youre torn says I It I can only keel hut Ml1 UU we Jet Into align watur t 190111 a linn ncqulrtd hQ cnat kway habit says Van Ouc In that ptbof boat Or yours Sob and now In this one I mint swear off This is Rotting monotonous The swells run bigger as we neared tin point The skit was half full and the slopping and tho motion stlrrtM vtli tho menagerie Such sqwMlntS sail squawking and ftnpplna you Wver- heard Got SHW Them hens was all pvcr ua nail tho pig underneath Wo fir on a wave and begun to capsize Hero wo got I yelled Stand by Over wo went The baits IIId thus best of us In a wutltey could lly after 1 aqhlun 1 wished I could Lucky tho watdr want more than waist deep I plowed through the sand and undertow and got to the beach Hart icy come next toting the pig by QUQ leg The dear wriggled ovtii and headed for tho pines hurrahing like a sawmill The most Of the hens had gone on ahead Humph says somebody Youre pretty wet nlnt you 7 I rubbed tho wet sand out of my eyes There on a sand himtmock Iri front of us was n girt A queerlooking female fho wad too Uemlnded mo soinO uf Hannah Jane Purvis being built on the same spare lines and hay ing the same general look of being all corners Sho had on a striped call co dress stripes running up and iowa undlier bolt wont across the niMuJ of the stripes as straight lJiI U was laid out with a spirit levol I couldnt see her face good for she had on a sun bonnet antI twas bike peeking at her through a nail keg but she had snap ping black eyes and moved quick which want Hannah Janes way by a good sight I stood and stared at h jp I say ouro pretty wet aint you 1 she says again louder Why dont you ray something Are you hard of hearingBefore I could got my bearings enough to answer Van Brunt comes dripping alongside lie was still bold Ing the cigar stump In his tuuuth ami ho had ono of the Plymouth ltockss the rooster us It happened squeezed tlBht under one arm Well skipper ho says Hits Ark has stranded and the artnmls may now Hello What Who lie looked at tho girl and she at him Then bo says brisk Can you cook 7 Continued Next Week I Stop with Hart Brothers at the HgcJ Hotel while in Lexington Tins Lucky Quarter III thtt nne you pay oiu for u box of Iiieybringclnu titan jewels Try thpl1111r head ache 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