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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, May 29, 1908. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1908 bre1908052901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Breathitt County news: n. Friday, May 29, 1908. Breathitt County news. J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1908 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. 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tI =aQG0 mO Q e9GQem Q Got FIOYI DAY 1rcs J SAl1Ul le I1KA1 Jr Ciihlilor F P OUAWKOUI 1 Icu PITH IJ t t W I St 0Riy lr to Ir l i BflIIN6 MET ODS irpl drr 7t ADE SATISPAC vVO i Jev JJ r iIft i 1 to t1 FrO a lnrfro nlHl growing 11dIIt fi UUl1sr i i bor wliyflot open an MiCCOIg I CaUtirt +aiul talic tJic subject over with J I I thei If t us 1A call will entail no obilgatiou i I f1 f4 Wont you tryAnd see i G J isr aI iz PAIDUP CAPITAL and SURPLUS 2735000 0 J JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK i S Jackson Kentucky i n Q IlHII iI1IiHH1 HH B IiHJ o t r is THE b Jr RyA f OFFERS VERY LOWRoUNDTRlP Rates i- Toi Arkansas U J t tIndian Territory 4 f Louisiana V r kV r s tIt r y Oklahoma Texas l IZ r t a ckcts 011 sale the first and third1 T ucs Vdays of each month y I JsIf to any Southern Ry Ageor write r- i Ij B s YENTT PAA tA R COO DPA 1 V q LOUISVILLE KY JIL d My e r 8 n SAMlU tJ KT 1103B i if ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and Councelors at Law I th c i4rCAMPTONwS This firm will r in nil the of Wolfoanil ad jivQonlcounj hiestiontoration Law and Cjiti t R 0111ices Floor 1urmors- fTradrs Hantkr 1 t 1 +y- A rJ tfv tt r 4j 12 io i1IiIIIIII e it t jc44frr c Ir- rE e J f v oAt II iiI W A FPV At i J tt 1 t J dOUNTYj NEWS A j TO VJacksonKentucky fliioy Southern Homeseekers 4 D L ALLEN j JEWELER MtoN ST OPP 103TQI F1CE- hits for sale ri nice lino of WATOHKS KMIlLKai IMJfSj EYE GLASSKS SPK01VCLKH vV tlju kinds ot Jewelry v R PAIfllNQ A p CIALTi Prices Reortifriiefr rJ 5Va rand Mrr + j l I AN EAGLES QUILL Used by the President to Sign vthe Court Bill When the President signet theI hall authorizing tho holding of Ifcdprul court at Jackson last Fri guy tho occasion was rouge one of wit on the part of tho members off t c Cabinet and others who were i assembled in the 4 office HcpresentatiilLltfit 9went to the I ulbugo token front f a nlJUlltaln Qajt10 in l1 foe rNliet doubt R8 to the Psdenfla i to 1fiIwrite with that ho said I Why he dm write with his and it would look as WCUIlS- his ordinary si nltilh Saul Sec reta i Gtufield +Yes undT can Wits witha big stick said the President The jigger the stick the bets lei chimed in another cabinet ulliccrtIt is so seldom snidthc Presi deut that u Representative ronJ Kentucky asks for something Um no one else is after that Iani will trig to KO out of my way to pleaseI him The President then picked up a piece of White House stationery n which he wrote To the people of the city ol Jackson I Theodore HotSseeltIThis autograph note with the is mountain cnglo quillwill be framed and Representative e Langloy ever gets inllucnce Fnoujjh have a now Federal building erected in Jackson it will tiara a ace of honor in that structure ally IJIJlllcdqttcr of to resident Xl ftlftlf 1 rftOI i lo his xce len Theodore I Roosevelt PrcsidenoTlre4JuItcd States mDear Sir We thank OUt i behalf of our City of Jackson for four kind rccogntiqn in signingn bill of lion Johnv WI Lang establishing a United Spits eileSlluilll At a meeting of the Democratic Executive Committee of tho Tenth Congressional District held in Mt Sterling last Thursday afternoon general district convention was ordered to hoheRl at Estill Springs hotel on Wednesday July 15 for tho purpose of nominating a Dcnio cratic candidate for Congress toe voted for at the November election Mass meetings to select delegates to tho Congressional convpntion werb ordered to be held at tho court house ineachof the counties camplsing tho dis trict rat 1 oclock Irm Satwrdiiy4 July 11 In Urn genera confci lion ouch county wJI r o cntdll 1t loonovotWf9r jsachiiWo mid1011 ssurndrc1 votes lll W tn PllrlOr for 1resltlentin tit t NetwTralif Walt The cnsQ o t itt no iroinst ti jVstcr rsQd Jiy tI1 Ile- ast lrtdtty lny ti Jrhildr of obtulitin a ey F pretenses m iftads t a t Perry circuit court and astrF tcnced to tho penitentiary for on year Ho was mdJWdo igning i tho name of Floyd Day to a and securing the money from tli hazard bank Walter Olivci a deputy sheriff ofWolfe county arrested Floyd Burnett a tiftcenycarold boy and lodged him in jail at Campton on tho charge of killing the four tecn ycar old son of John of Stillwator Rev Greenville Stacy will con duct memorial meetings at the Back grave yard on Quick sand creckthefirstSuuduytn July nod at Uio4iisner Point on iuick Jeerlly j9uY 1lne 0 n i tofe- uj 1 I4 t L t+ oI J rr i THE CAMPAIGN IS ON- i Who Will Be President I To form your opinions and kee in touch with tlc progress of th campaign ou hill need iirntcluxs iInCWSplpl1rH Na hove made arnitigeijcnt whereby yet Gal got tho Daily Cnri rJournlllW1lJDally l outCi1 Ii limesr 2i 1c aJt et xl t- f tt FiJ h llpe m Jj6 tJt1j1 el 4 r YJtlor t z jQreec u l s t v ems lItt tlt3lCCau1 ty elvsnrill eit ftJiQ4JIJOccIni icsuhlilD mljtrlfofonlySJSO This sputiu li1 n otter is in effect only tffiiring June July and August 1Illtjno subscription will bo received at the reduced rate after Atigust al under any circumstniices end your subscription orders o Tho NoVgJriot to thin Courier Journal or Times I 8erea Commencement Bcrea College cojiimcniemcnt vhich is one of tho great events f the year far astern Kentucky rill occur JuiiftJ The mornings siren up to Addresses andex 1lisplnious kinds Intlie afternoon there ce addresses by distinguished The chief speaker this year Hon 111Y Stetson former State Sulerint hcJ lIt of Maine Other slialcirny1l I Iethennay of NNVominjIdnd 11 Ellis of1IlnbWCallege Iowa Commencement at Berea is usit attended by from live toseven NO ALW I1M 1wand ffnlra t eoIalurtl Itpown SodoeaF nc c Sudoea rmany iwtLaitoWsi toad + D a auniabc ac- uaeregwhse dt To prolwl eurjtlf a tlmt alum hcaori ristaling powder AK Pow and be sure yotLct Royal cjr Raking Powder made from teal Cream of Tartar It adds la di libililyad wholesome DCW of the f1 IlIon A e of Campion was the 1 r t of the week attending cou t nnd incidentally looping after lio interests of the candidacy of wtricnc1 A HOW utI St1UlI1r aenflocratM- onominnt locatc ouwetdth s- Lt nmllo for tht llowtis itnationfpndty much pl nti ucees tl ts 5hofaopporh Ills duUglt- Hack Ttce t 1 and on Six + frsGof Jh distinctioncokleaves n hush peonl 1- t uncriliretliitt cougiic d J l upertnteni bq of ri JicfJ L- f rh UC atont natron bH countyofort11o ncxtrmb hazeleGreen ias n C J Little from Saturday till Monday Copt Wn L Hurst of Camp ton was itinghis daughter Mrs D B eel wine tho first of the week Col John LWilson who represented Uii istrict in Congress T several scan ago was payee on business tho lit of the week 1 lf UDaitwho is visiting his t rs J1Peunell at SenacaVMotfis jpportetl to be I l itppro stn + health 1 J 0t r 1 rJO S CI II 10 III a PRiCjESIn Sold at These Prices1 ti Jlo matter how or ttprices Tell ourgitSr store in town cheaper at Jones 4 JL f SHOES ARE WAY DOWNyM f f 100LadiesLadies 200 Shoes go at 150 210Mens40p SPECIAL IrtcnsRI lotof Sewifig Machines worthup toTen Dollars Our The biggest bargain you saw Choice AND GET ONE of Willow Rockers at 2 eachA CostTen575Five t t CHANCEOfr i your own price Dont miss it historysold these in This sale will last for pricesthe15th T 1 raa J- 9VM011w y J 1b e 1 f jyN S STOREi lU JA r = s = t11 Simpson Miss Laura dloJlonI itea the homo 6f Mrs Jf fc C Bach 6f Jackson Instv week Sr II IIurst of Peaitree his daughter Mrs Hampton Friday Kehy1 ash of Jackson war at place SI1urJnY A W L Welch of Stanton wasvin Sips- oh interviewing our merchants Wednesday SnmICasb of IIa 4eI Green was jn Simpsen a few dnysngorsMiss J brifjLQVolace of Visited tho homo of Mrs Humji6n last weekMrs- NaiiuioPrentsited her siste- rIrsIilburniat CugneltXty Sat u rday and Sunday Misses SirU lie Hampton I and ininchum were in Jnckso Tuesday litnK O1 too fr jy1lIDOi1of Jilts Creek t lnteksorf kingteen land n II liy Ia Little of Jetts- veroL i =here h1tyyveok o- nsiess1Irs EIvjl nton i stJn1 Shortof lus HemffcShort Mrs SurilTliTTpi Mrs Vica Back wore in Jack son the first of the week on busi ness Itenry McIntosh of Jetts Creek passed here tho first of the en route to Jackson High Bryant was at Meadow creek tho first of the week on bcsincss Bon WHITE JC Lindon of Gilmore was attending court hero first of the week ijA SSpcncorQf Filmorc rondo a business trip to Winchester Saturday returning Monday V 0 Dout fal to takee advantage of BailS p 1ffiI offer The sootier r iY IIt i W i t rrV David Simon a t t r 4 t r IS- tLll Atl a +Yt I IN 8ECTION Friday b t t 1iIL thumb thanks Moore Oliver 1 i r any j EXTRA SPJECIAL Menrs jbcgo at + Y ever at COME I 00 t One Lot iir r the at L brou4V COLLEGE Nd OIRCT P visited this Frozen Julia sitlra Jj1- Creohtiverohero and week tho the r 125 Hats One KYT I- tuo = 7 ffo Sf ioo k rot co0 v 91 ihzt otYt H h Hw Hk wN a h VVV t THE iJN FI4m LYON SON GO i LID INSURANCE o ibtESTATEI l t f r- il oG I IBCKS ANp7fr f BONDSti LOANS t f 1 AGENCIES IN ALL THE PRINICPAL TOWNS IN EASTERN KENTUCKY rZ 8 ijf 4Want Live Ijiiergctic Men to Represent UstsinUnoccupied Terrttory y 1o it t 2 y M 2 i fJ l Adciress tfrCommlinications tot1if3- o IiI l sr i tAO ft 4 i party Batcattyv111e Kentucky 1 T ff i f jP 1 tH 1H h i t I n l inin nnSw ih t o 1 t 11 I Canoe Tom Gabbard of Puncheon visited Logan Little Saturday The little twins of Mrs Sebastian have been very sick for the pastweek Bess Callahan and Gross visited Jackson Saturday Harlan GrifliUv and I wife of Wharf Vpro llprnyStln Allttsh SQbfttiap passed onlhisayItt Y ctI I lAIIf rJ- t t 1f FNY PAPER THI8 r 3 4t prices Tumbtitu NE rwS J 1It lieren has beertviaitinR iii mothor +t- IZforth past week ry- nolds had it log rollin aftkcla- Nlihue Reynolds Visited IlolvlingsSaturday Miss May 1 Iladdix of Elkat trtti lxn ioiting Mkses Sarah nail Callahan for the a xeold ilre Emma Siii tit to s visited her iar i Mss Lizzie lyv t has been njstt i 4 Gambillt 1 r + 4 y r- a tk 1 4 4 i c L M i e Iti T r- u 1 NewsrIheI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE slif T WISE IAGINS EDITC I iJ11 Ir29IffI 5252522s1 tLNGOtr t 3 PHYSICIAN AND Sums EON jfin 60 i k n Iii F AuU j S252s252525252525225 i s = I i A t A wN PATTONtrr I r f c ATTORNEY AT LAW 1r4 r r-k I 0EF1CA INtCItAWFOBD Irma 1j JACKSON KY t1 L IrI I r Wi T t41 Notice to CandidatesJ candidatespas fr follows 4 For a District 011cc1000 For a County Office 500 Except a complimentary notice given each candidate at the time i he announces all communication r boosting candidates will be charged for at 5 cents per line Such com munications will bo treated na purely advertising matter for 4vhich The News does not assume any responsibility r Cash must accompany nil orders for such nderlllsJnIIt f ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE tf We arc authorized to announce JUDGE Gil GOURLEY Of Beatto yile Ky as a candidate 3 for circuit judge of this tho 23d judicial district subject to the ac o tion of the Republican party We arc authorized to announce JUDGE JAMES P ADAMS J of Beattyville Ky as a candidate for circuit judo of this the 23d judicial district subject to the ac tion of the Republican party COMMONWEALTHS ATTY We aro authorized to announce V A H STAMPER of Campton ns a candidate Commonwealths Attorney of F tho 23d judicial district subject to tho of the Democratic party Election Nov 3 1908 I hereby announce myself a can jJiiiiijD olprnnn rrrIu counties of Urcathitt Wolfe and Estill subject to thonction the Republican party I solicit the support of all good citizens a gardless of nmliati JJWeZ T HURST Of Breathitt county as a candi wjneyofRepublican the We are authorized to announce KELLY ICASIICtlrsCommonwealAttorney trict subject to the action of IlseA Republican party FOR CONGRESS Wo are authorized to announce A F BYRD as a candidate for Congress ortwo t the Tenth Kentucky District sub jest to the action of the Demo cratic party J 1JI+ ing myselfas a candidate for County Court Clerk of Breathitt County subject to the action of livrvtions be buyr tinTok I am a candidate for the o iccItt 1 of County Court Clerk to bo voted 19JOg Lo tel rFOR SHERIFF J fiWe authorized of am to annouriv1 t s4 l OBERT DBATON 9 Mofor1i rBUDJpcttot1fIYj tlon of the Demo iff party will I n c J r Jacob Gnbbard of Gabbard M washcro business Monday W i all Marion Pu werrfor tho WIrtIQL enson i1 Phayo retied the Cooley Combs on i barn pad llm prepared to feed anl1 Police c ritforYyour horses in the best ter 1 tJ i3l are cordially intocallt and patronize irlleuIn Jackson tat Suir- Rf r f M1 tq tif J it Z NO Y rrJ IV 1C TSr 1 1If r i ypt oo 0 I + i r Coming to JACKSON SATURDAY HAAGS MpwSTER Daily atrl3O PPMi HaassHa Shows ent an all new and sensational animal perfor i of Denforro- i cth n wealths Attorney is here attend ing court and shaking hands with his many friends in Breathaf county Howard as he injjY jliW ftis rlef t3 1 LpaI personally one of lbcslrongr- ep men in the district He is n m at gets close to the masses 0 people and makes them 1 Its icnd On account of his qualifications and fitness for tho oflt together with his popularity have no opposition for the as it is conceded that he the strongest man that could bo nominatedlio Wolfe County j R Marshall is in Lexington IItthIat Jackson this week Rev J M Tolson who has been quite low with fever during tho pa weeks has so far convalesced ns to be out on the street again County Attorney G B Stam per went to Bootho Monday reod rning Tuesday morning ons A II Stamper andA C I Oliver are attending cutt court MrshPearling just east of Cumptun died1 her home Friday night if- ried flllsin the Evans cemetery a afternoon ShoO leaves a sband and two infant clriIcr C ptne surviving her Messers Gcol ge Westbrook L R Hollon W C ckhart A S Lykips Willie tho Wyatt John English und others tho boys are lisping in erthis week near the tufftltliE ttlMondaere 01 n on possibly drill three or four1 day wells before returning Georgefp Spencer George W nc r tion G Hobb and R R Chapman of the Torrent neighborhood alto e in town Monday on business Wayne Bryant of Oklahoma with them Chester Williams J II Stamper are walking crutches this week bothon fur witountJudge E T Rose accom j panjcd by his sisters Miss Lconnf rrOIa tto r 11 4 WVi ji1 4 iY- k 4 T 13 I The Mighty Monarch of All TRAINED camclslBcalS attending the H G A commence nieat In the absence from tot i of Circuit Clerk I It Hollon G C Allen is looking ter the work in the ofikln tW tall hii has ure iint5nation Iokstue 11 QJvtn Ky nsloflnycpiJl is 1 success J WleeonainhaI fusing malcnilty Into thlh IIIllhotlt Itull1lISay ofbookletsn which treat In an extremely lucid manner of the fundamental principles Tat road construction and rnalutcua- ncIo first four uumbiTs treat reap roaddmgverts and bridges Supplementing ese a course has been offered In a i study IofbUlledn the dlffercltt states and offers to au fly material for argument pro and c oa c111111bating a I lion and thus famllhirJzu their men ocrs wftli the topic I FIlhtIto R 0 the assistance of the Big hotel and business men of the resork light which they are prepntGrs wage before state authorities for InK tillh7teTfJldl fe 1bllai1H111h1a I w tttflhllIot HtlrttllI compar4top telmlrs ylll prohaltly ilictJrC opening of the real Hprt ROQil sea JI txioaI axepmof oa 30 IMoney For Good Roads v the house committee agriculture nt Washington tho other Director of Public Honda IogA Pogo sold his committee would 1111 about 30000 additional appropria to carry on tho educational tsor lilltlesHero J or more of good road Is Iltlnlnbuilt by the government Ih coopera PIIIsthoroughfares Where localities or especially Interested tho government inacblucrhr Thousands of Rural Mall Routes There too 37728 rural free delivery Id the United States which COI10c0OOOcarrier J i jvj 4 4e I ThrcJ1JiJ Hands or Musio Chariots Floats nnd Tableaux A Beautiful Costumed Lady and Gentleman Performers from PEAT PARAGRAPHSt nSomeIiople lire taoucrt Insplto of themselves Ilhd nro Uouwt hi spite or the rascals 1 10fObttd IJCI I s i ifuud nUyrVuirdlan angcHgfor vethint u reach liiuto isiTUleof our IrC s wertPundoubtedIy made by tho uafl little hamii era lcrttclr IWhenw nrciijtr really ourselves ur ftbiit his satuuic wait can throw light upon who ore than nislitiily else can r DrintiiWdinscotts P = SALEecUnited states of America East c gInCourt in aid Ifcfcroo for said districtS E1dat In bankruptcy No f G2 j Easternalso11 eke on the 5th di t90yInt1l- M 81 t tlt1t1tl ck son Ky jtcry 10 tQiaj4wlg raICt = ainuc1iE If four trac tltcatltitt6cttin8e4i i 1L vlICockl imoy or tl hcbu old t- cliostdGt 1 t3+ ISdrl1Olo rn80 e palest lsc 18S p3icss8G w8 1oJen9Jt1eJrioJI lIJf tf urvqyed t ridgek boo lot wia to an n 15 w GO poles 57 0 30 pois to two oaks s 45 eerpoles 76 poles s 43 w 80 n 40 160 poles to cor fining 50 acres whichch Joltto at RichForteion TrBrunchce McDaliiclnl1d thence with tlieint llditiOn Illc between said Mar 1 William Patton ioutliwcst urSe to the top of theJ t I + t 1 r r Two PEpop Y Animal Shows exhibitionall tagcsA13Rare rLjiat dipante rturDlng tita TrclI 18S2 up to tho Collins line thence ai same to John Hcnsleys lino on th- L e point below said Hensleys l k nWtillrstha hl1dor n sm ill 11Jco s the Jtichio Fork thence jdminto creek to n small 1rn east silo of the creep stable thence up pointthenceto the toHcinninJr on n locist on creekthe thentmiah Cockrills line thence iii IhCpSamuel Pattons line thence wi said Pattons line to the andof t point below the jjravo yard to small blackout s 38 w 28 poles ton a booinninr meSeriesby the llii an Gas FntsinaC ufacturing Co of 11inches amLnow situated in the plnni- y mil f tho Cleveland Lumber Timber Company in Jackson Ivy stock in the Cleveland Lurn Timber Company of the pout value of 5000 also ho folio tag described realproperty Store lot of grout llroadwoJIn ononoIhh rat I and on tho otherI Sde by thftstore house and I 4tof buildiroingttttyostory iby et with basement and t ctgllar20 by 75 feet and t occiipled asa store room andien n d aid Iroperty will lro sold each piece separately and sane will be mouthIres e freed from the claim of the 1Grnufnctuing r d tylls T11illimns ll of said property will boro gooapprovedd i intoreG5 shallhao beforo amount thereof with the accrued erest EyPATRICKaTsth dayof blay1908r I- tJJ r Vi oJ S iirrJ f Fashiont 4 Exhibit Y 1IT0i we have received a large shipment ttr r of spring and summer millinory a large assortment of this seasons YJjstyles We have a wealth of beautiful trimmed hats both for street arid tress together withtr bition of the cfinbIlticstof our own j designer A special invitation is j extended to a to visit our millinery depnrtlnentf r f SPRING DRESS iiO Sli We want the dress goods trade of every woman in Breathitt and the i surrounding country und we are do- i I nsTe are showing new goods new weaves and new colors in dependable merchan disc for home sowing In this do partition we are showing some beuu tiful wool und silk dress fabrics lieIcloutfitthOUR SPRimrSFfOE TRADE innIS no vtT lnhabltantro 1 did any merchant in Jackson carry 1 the uptodate styles and qualities j departmentre dayhe8 abejl creation in the shocniakevs art tan brown patent dull and kid leathers u ngMENS CLOTHING i 6 As for our spring and summer line of arClothing Furnishings and Hats for Men makedtt you fail to look through our 1estock before you buy your spring outfit iWe invite your inspection of them They maI0and fashion Ask to see our line of 1soft and stiff hats which includes the wefljjknown Stetson brands Come to us for your straw and Panama hats and light O weight underwear and other furnishings f 6roceriIDrugs w Tinware all kinds of Farming Implements w jPocket and Table Cutlery and every thing you need inEastern Asar rti r T DAY BROS CO I k Wholesale and Retail Merchandise JACKSON KENTUCKY i r1 S 1 t j w Y The Breathtt Je- SI PER YEAR N ADVANCE L rr WISE HAGINS DITO t 29tea c X52Zc52Sr2 + DR O IL SWANGO u bPtI19tCIAN AND SimO EON cy r Office and Kcs Phone 60 t tm V JACKSON KY I u- t r 2S2s2S252S2 cE5s2J t itj G j PATTON rIf A- IH AI II i ATTORNEY AT LAW tA I r i h + 5 I 4e 2 r tiaWM IN ORAWFORD irrn t f i JACKSON KY Jp 1R J Moi I J X Notice to Candidates Announcements of candidates It + s for office will be charged for as t1J follows For a District Office 1000 For a County Office 500 t Except a complimentary notice 0 given each candidate at turn l he announces all communication boosting candidates will bo charged for at 5 cents per line Such con munications will be treated n purely advertising matter for News does not assume 4anyresponsibility must accompany all order i such advertising iT ANNOUNCEMENTS JFOnCIRCUIT JUDGE We are authorized to announce JUDGE G W GOURLEY Of BeatlA ile Ky as a candidate for circuit judge of this the 23d judicial district subject to the ac tion of the Republican party r Wo are authorized to announce JUDGE JAMES P ADAMS of Bcattyville Ky as a candidate for circuit judge oJthis the 23d judicial district to the ac tion the Republican part- yCOMM0WEALTIIS ATTY t4 We aro authorized to announce v A H STAMPER of Campton as a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney of this f tho 23djjiulicial district subject to the Democratic party Election Nov 3 1908 I hereby announce myself a cnn om10mitnnn gardless of party affiliations A H PATTONs We are authorised to announce 7 r HURST JO Of Brenthitt county as a candi ditto for Commonwealths Attor ney for this the 23d judicial dis trict subject to the action of the Republican party Wo are authorized to announce KELLY KASII as a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney in the 23d judicial dis trict to the action of the Republican party FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to announce A F BYRD as a candidate for Congress for t the Tenth Kentucky District sub ject to the action of the Demo 4 cratic party FOR COUNTY CLERK- I take this means of announc t dug myself as a candidate for County Court Cleric of Breathitt i County subject to the action of the Democratic party If elected L 4 I shrill regardless of party affilia tions be your most obedient soy t cant ALFUED RUSSELL I 4 To the Voters of Breathitt Co I am a candidate for the oldie JfofCounty Court Clerk to be voted at the November election 19091 L if GEO W NOIILK t r e1 i FOR SHERIFF We arcLauthprized to announce Jf f ST ROBERT BEATON lCrockettsville as u candidate 1 for SheritT L Breathitt county lubjcct to tifotaclion of the Demo l i 1 cratic party or 1 ijr ttc Cibbardof Gabbard rk WIlf5Jlere business Monday r rj tr 1lnrconPughand family who Jiave been living at Clifton Tenn iifJfqr the past year Have moved to their old hoiije near Stcv 1 enson rented the G oley Combs ihac burn pad am prepared to feed and care fqrydur horses in the best djljje X9u aro Cordially iri IiI eIt6 alt and patronize me wheuln Jfcckson WS SMITE if i 4 J a 1 Ie Itto l- r it N1ta e- P 11r 1 n Itit kf t nK I oC ptfY l Q uuIIComing tor JACKSONSATURDAY HAAGS M STERPaRADe Daity atrl30 PM J HaarscJ c sensational animal perforandallIlaag Shows an new Lions Titers Camels mance A of Performing Elephants Dears Dogs Ponies and Dens and Cages of A Mile Long of Golden r June 13 Rare Wild and Costly Animals r a J lion A II Stamper Demo I cratic candidate for Commonwealths Attorney is here attending court and shaking hands wilh his many friends in Breathitt county Howardj as ho is faiml i YthMcri visection of the State and is in every way qualified for thj office and personally is one of the strongest inch in the district lie is a man that gets close to the masses of time people and makes them his friend On account of his quali fications and fitness for tho office together with his popularity he wilt have no opposition for the opine as it is conceded that he is the strongest man that could bo nominated Campton Wolfe County j A R Marshall is in Lexington this week on business Dr DI II luish is attending circuit cpurt at Jackson this week Rev J M Tolson who has been quite low with fever during the past two weeks has so far convalesced as to be out on the street grain County Attorney G B Stam per went to loathe Monday re turning Tuesday morning CIOliverat Jackson this week Mrs Pearl Drake wife of Willie Drake living just east of Campion djdt at her home Friday night ajppiWs buried in the Evans cemetery at u relay afternoon Shofeave a husband and two infant clmtfrcB GlulImgeOIJte Wcstbrook 1 R Hollon W+ C Lockhart A S Lykins Willie Wyatt John English und others of tho boys aro fishing irn Red i riverthis week near tho nflfutliEof Glad CrceliAI Garvgieh Monday for the Ragland oil field where he Will operate for oil and will possibly drill three or four wells before returning George M Spencer George W Spencer W G lobby and Hlt Chapman all of the Torrent neighborhood were in town Monday on business Wayne Bryant of Oklahoma was with them Chester Williams and J II Stamper are walking on crutches this week both on account of poisoned ankles i Police Judge E T Rose accom panied by his sisters Miss Lcpnaf gall Misses 1Jmie and Sallie Hurst fire at ilazol Green tot pond thb remainder of tbe wcek 1 0 cj The Mighty Monarch of All TRAINED herd attending the H G A commence mentIn the absence from town of Circuit Clerk I R lichen Attorney G C Allen is looking after the work in the o korfv him s- Ytatc Ifsha- pn oar vin1nalion at L RI will this w ckl be I u tine at Corbin with Iloh Zeb A Stettrtrt sh lawvjjartncr Heres wishing V1JV success JJfc Educational Methods In Wisconsin AVI+consIu liljjlnvny ofllelals ale Infusing modomlty Into tliotr method for educating tho public on road tmlld lug Arthur It Hirst state highway engineer Is tho author of a series of booklets designed for popular distribu lion which treat In nn extremely Incld wanner of tho fundamental principles rood coustruotlon and maintenance It first four numtZlreat respec lively of earth road drag stone and Rravel roidx and eat verts and bridges Supplementing these a course has been offered In a correspondence study department of the University of Wisconsin consisting of Sixteen lessons which is open to those Interested In the subject And the university has also tasifrd a bulle tin explaining tho methods of state aid jj the differelit states and offers to supply material for argument pro and con 1 each method Iii an effort to Induce debating Bocl tles to dlscimS the ques lion and thus famllhirJzu thclc mem tiers wfti the tonjc IHot1 Men to Aid food Road Fight Atlantic City NtJ autolsts aro to thuvo the assistance of tho Big hotel men and business men of the result In the light which they are Ilreparlllg1 o wage before state authorities for liu pJovemOnt oOtberoads 6ettreen Dill shure s an Jtlla11 lie glsllCclnl dlspaMm atlia71hllailQl l nl iccXJt ding 101ltO net Stshos orbnp1Il are his gultlci rJItugtto Ih6 full length of tli iaulinjFipry repairs ylll probably U at da tt tho opening of tho renlllr a c ronl1sea jpn Work has nlrcaUr VMtBtHrKsl ou tho the mile meatl a which had been all4wntxlpma from lack ot Inltt Money For Good Roads In addressing the house committee on agriculture nt AVashlugton the other IInY Director of Public Koud Logan W Pogo said his committee would ask for about 30000 additional appropria lion to carry ou tho educational Work now well under way In various states Hero and there about tho country n IJIlnlilpernIithoroughfares Where localities are especially Interested tho government furnishes rollers and other machinery with which to do the work Thousands ofRural Mall Routes There aim 37728 rural free delivery routes Id the United States which nioaus an approximate distance of 1OOOOOOl mlles traveled 4allyby 0io carriers fi rm w o I iii 11 YIi Ii M- 1J r Two PEA pni Animal Shows1 ThrcdUit Bands of 1vsio Chariots Floats and Tableaux from A- f Costumed Lady and Gentleman Performers Galaxy o of the world absolutely free on dnyruf exhibition MonkeysOlennthedate a1urday PERT PARAGRAPHS Some people ure honest ImspUe IIf theiuscle add others nru honest hi spite of the rascals tI ran lire no 1 tr thnn YO and bo 4UM17 There Is nobody more apt luwuw mistake than the cocksure mil h j self B iinoU lullr6nua1doesnI- Ci1 t aliVtJ1 I Ill 1111 lIlbCltCor uolhllll u reach ht1io burn IfLime CnIQll jlie Bands of som- of our frle s y tl9UlJlloublcdIY lUalle- 1IJ the hail tc Cthelr little lel8 ffi WhcnAvx nrCnlt really ourselves tho chances uf that his satanic majesty can throw poro light upon who wo nro than ni dy elso can Drillk dinscotts Pop 1 NOTICE OF SALE United iftates of America Eastern Distri Kentucky- InI the nited States District Court in aid for said district- I Kiferoo District No S In the n titer of Samuul E1lIt ton Hankrpt In Rankpptcy No CG2 I In pursuance of an order duly i coteu p District Court of the + s for the Eastern I n ekon the Ttth da UOMi 1wIILon M 1JPOB- at the tjds- on j by 5 Miloryft to the l Q tqO a- cret ndfb 1- 19Viti oh it tSaUueEfour trac ICeatlpttlretint1C41 1 L icCockrilld tie CaneyNI f Q t 0 ir J 03 chestnut 1 t S0 polo31180 e 80 pales laje 185 poles q86 w 8 1olefl tttlo beginnilU surveyed in tho uaino j Vm Cock rdllcon taining 50 t res 2 BegiinJt on thin ridge be tween Tore Ib Cocktails Spring Branch amlLittlo Canoy at two white oaks aid hickory n 43 e CO Poles to an Jik n 1C w 60 poles n 57 c 30 ps to two oaks s 45 o 40 poles X76 poles s 43 w 80 poles n 408 100 poles to the be grinning confining 50 acres which was survey 1 in the name of John Cockrill 3 Lyirj And being on Richie Fork tie Caney and begin ning at the nouth of Board Tree Brunch at e upper end of Mary AIcDuniciy and thence with tho AfarySlcDnnicl idutiitycst uric to the lop of the J JJfJ t 1 N r TrcIto tho Collins line thence with same to John llcnsleys line on below said Hensleys smnHHrnndrainto tho Richie Fork thence down said creek to n small drain on the east sidu of the creek at said Iattons stable thence up said drain to the top of the point thence down said point to opposite the beginning thuncc to the beginning 4 Beginning on a loctst on the bank of Quicksand creek below the mouth of Canoy begin fling of Samuel Patton thence down Quicksand creek to Jon miah Cockrills line thence with tho same to the lower end of the old field to the old Patton line to Samuel Potions line thence with said Potions line to the end of the point below the grave yard to a stimuli black oaks 3S w 28 poles to a rock n 82 w 26 poles to the be ginning Alsp one 14 hp gasoline engine Series E No 68 manufactured by the llitgan Gas Enuine Mar ufacturing Co of Winchester andjiow situated in the planing milnof the Cleveland Lumber Timber Company in Jackson Ky also stock in the Cleveland Lum her Timber Company of the par value of 5000 also the follow in propertyStoreground BrolldwnyInState of Kcntutky bmTndcd on one ofrolihl by tl store house and lQttof jomnDlpdson said building taint ra trL story rmme bujldinj byJjJJtet with basement nn fttmioolIar 20 by and Jltlv occlrpiedas a store room to first lloorand ollico and en Diriment haton the second k rid property will bo sold each piece separately and snipe will be soldon a creditor six months rime said gasoline engine will be sold freed from the claim of the lingua Gas Engine Manufactur ing Co and the said house and lot of ground in Jackson Ky will be sold freed from tho claims of D B Redwinc and W T B Williams Sons Tho purchas ers of said property will bo required to give bond with good approved security for tho pur chase price and bearing interest at G per cent from date and con ditioned that the purchaser shall have the right to pay off and dis charge tho same at any time be fore maturity by paying the amount thereof with the accrued interest JOHN ATRIC r + Trustee in bankruptcy- 13th daybf Mtot1008 wt f s r7I J 11 f t It l Spring t- k 0fl I J 1 1 1 r Fashion 17 r 1I t f Exhibit l We arc pleased to rtnwe have received a large shipment of spring and summer millinerya large assortment of this seasons c lr styles Ve have a wealth of beautiful 1W J trimmed hats both for street alidtiS tlrcss together with a superb cxhi bition oi the capabiltieszof our own designer A special invitation is yeXtcnde1ytdepartment J== SPRING DRESS GOODS We want the dress goods trade of every woman in Breathitt und the surrounding country and we tire do aleInshowing now goods new weaves and k I new colors in dependable merchan- J disc for home sewing In this do partmcnt we are showing some beautiful wool and silk dress fabrics w Here also will be foundk every ne ccssity needed in a womans outfi- tSPR1NOsffOEThAIbE1 OUR I Is no v in full blast Not in time 1 jsjthe uptodate styles und qualities you will full in our shoe department representing all the present day l I fashionable leathers Every pair a creation in the shoemakers art tan brown patent dull and kid leathers O == = MENSCLOTIIINffA i of Clothingt Fumnishings and Hats for Men Boys and Children WELL you will make io a mistake if you fail to look through our stock before you buy your spring outfit We invite your inspection of them They consislfof the latest novelties both in ma terial and fashion Ask to see our line of soft and stiff hats which includes the well1 known Stetson brands Come to us for your straw and Panama hats and light weight underwear and other furnishings GroceriestDrugs Paints and Oils Hardware Stoves Tinware all kinds of Farming Implements Pocket and Table Cutlery and every thing you reedrar We carry the largest line of Iron Beds in Eastern Kentucky Call for catalogue DAY BROS CO 3 ytU sSa Wholesale and Retail Merchandise JACKSON 1 KENTUCKY l QQJ f rN + a f y et V r hi RuBreathilt News r R vISE IIAGINS EunTOR t SiodEveryj Lrlilny SIAYEAR 0 o s Tomorrow is Decoration day 4 oj Cantaloupes on ice at Collin t Tfo this week v r Walter 11 Day returned Thur r day from Hazard r- T y You cnn get a nico steal or frOI11t at 0 lladdcns every day 44IlonA J Byrdof Winches i S hcirirdurlng the week r + A big stockof mattings of tho r fifn frpHtterns at Kustor Isaac ti Clarence Haddcn made a busf Hess trip to Mt Sterling Thurs s dayAftorneyJolanfester I y of Wolf r v V counts was attending court hero 4 this week Attorney Hugh Uiddell of Ir f vine was hero during tho week attending courtIr1f you want a nice can of horn r Collinsrathe meat man DlrsS 13 Taulbce of Taulbec was risking her sister Mrs WIDI 1Hoskins Tuesday 1 Gcorco W Johnson of Hazard i was here the first of tho week at tending court Rev Alex Patterson of Beat tyville held services at tho Pres byterian church Wednesday night I am in tho meat business anain and can furnish you meat of all j kinds C HAUDKN Judge Alex Strong of Lee county was visiting friends hers and talking polities the first of thoI week Mrs John W Langley underwent an operation in a Washing hospital few days ago for a dislocation of the spine Cat S 11 Smith of Campton was visiting his daughter Mrs T P Cole and other friends here the first of tho week Mrs N J Moore is visiting relatives at Kcpton id tho southwestern part of life State She will return home aloof Juno 15 Ilayden Sizemoro returned Mon visit to on the PT1dHesIUngylo there arc in in this has been appointed special judge to try the case v8 Roger Spiccr charged with the murder of James Johnson lion D D Sublett of Salycrs vine has been appointed special judge of tho Morgan circuit ourt to try several vases in which the regular judge is interested J L llagins and 13 11 Minnix jrhaosold their mill which they have been operating for some time It near Wilhurst to S K Pulton who will move it here J 1 Kustcr Isaacs have just re ceived a big lino of mens brown suits of tho latest styles 2500 suits for 1500 1800 suits for 1450 1200 suits for 850 Jt0 Federal Court convened at Catlettsburg Monday but adjourn dillcd Immediately on account of a IIF case of small pox breaking out in the jail among the Federal pris- onerst The session will bo con t tinued in Augusts Judge Morris has written Corn 4r monwealths Attorney Knsh that he cnn not coma hero to preside r i At tfio trials of W R Day and the Wadkins at this term He was appointed in the Day case and agreed on in tho Wadkins case- Y Judge Bon ton of r Winchester w fhere Wednesday i accompany- r SpeedNi hofRichmond who was ex lawaa T J I0 Bach and W 11 ek were appoInted to conduct- the + r- Guire examination The Kentucky Shuttle Block Stave Company got their ma chinery in order about ten days ago and arc now making shuttle- sa blocks outof dogwood sticks 4M which have until recently been considered worthless except for t hand spikes Thomas Shcrk C A t Little and Dr II B Wright of the enter iwl a raM e- 1p d Y Marriage LicensesY The following marriage lictnsPfJ have been issued since our re portJ W Clemons and Natmic Bow ling both of Jackson S M Brewer and Mrs O M Tharp both of Frozen Creek Eugene Carpenter and Mrs America Summa both of Lnmbric r Sunday Sermons Her Z J Edge of the State of Washington has been called to the pastorate of the Baptist church and will held services Sunday at 11 a m subject 10 Help for tin helpers Evening at 730 oclock Subject uA Pre eulineut Numcr A hearty welcome to all The regular minister will preach at the Christian church next Sunday morning Subject leaven by Bible Standards At night tho subject will bo Tho Most Dan gerous Sin Tho people and specially visitors in the town are cordially invited to attend the icrviccs Successful Applicants The following Is tho result of the May examination for teachers First Class Thomas Haddix N W Miller Ilczckiah Combs jaura Rowland Emalyn Turner iherman Turner Fred Cope Bor ha Byrd J L Mann Cleveland William Tom Williams William runner Sam Turner Sarah Creech 111 Foster Mrs C B Manning SUltan Cunningham Kda Wil iams Thomas J Turner Parish utton Ella Moore Second Class James Gabbiird Shiloh Noble Henry Duncil Anderson Noble Florence Rowland alien Campbell Nancy Roberts larvoy Noble Mattio Landrum Mary Terry Seldon Back Luther Denton Emma Turner Nancy ombs Samuel Fugato Thomat Icrald Asher Strong Ida Jett Cora Urasheurs Third ClassUricoCundlff idius Holbrook Dora Short Clay Watkins Louis Watts Frances Vise Katherine Yanclcvc J N ugatc Number of applicants to enter the examination 55 failures 8 any one not satisfied with his or her grade may have tho sumo ro erred to tho State Board by call g imdfxtylifrihe fees reuuircf by law HKNHV B NOBLE Supt xamlnersSoLOMOS dress Homo Journal Monthly to free upon request at store IOc andISc W Rrewitt DEPOT Martin T Kelly himself in the law J J C Bach Mr Mrs Wra Sowcll Robbins visiting family 0 II Pollard first The Teachers Instituto for this by during J C week August 3d Miss Virginia Athol has been visiting friends Jackson Day was t Lees Colic giato Institute and been at tending College Dan ville whwo she this rw Yo r s Court in session Circuit court heroi Monday with a crowd in town The morning was taken up in the organization of tho juries andmost of the afternoon withJ tho speeches of tho various dates for Circuit Judge Corn Attorney The compose the juries OHANDJUHV C I Pugh Sam Engle John Huddix Kd Hcnslcy G W Hounahcll Robert Gillum James Oaks Wm B Combs Wm demons Sr Jack Gabbard and Sans Hollon C W I Pugh was man PETIT JURY Marion Lawson Jacob Johnson Henry Miller John Anderson Henry Hollon Robert JoJinsqntY Andrew Hollon Robert Burton Pearl Combs D D Noblejjlr Johnson and A L si JKTIT NQ 2rk John Elliott IIo Brit Jolih Xfc Tamer Craft Rev f lhrj li harp Situ Jctt SL StiiliV Sam U B Lnndrumanit Matt Spencer Monday Tuesday were taken up in the trial of the misdemeanor The felony docket was la kelJ up Wednesday but no coir ictiotis have been had for a fel my to date Tho case against lllcn Creech was called nnd tho Commonwealth eady the defense asked that tho case bo passed till today when thc would announce ready Strawberries and green beans at C Haddens letting for the Court Martin T Kelly returned Wed csday from Catlettsburg whore ho been attending tho Federal court Ho reports that Judge Cochran and Clerk Finnell am rcpuring to come to Jackson in to hold court here uro looking forward with a great ile1 pleasure as Judge Cochran is a great admirer of tho mountain eoplo and always a pleasant to them 1PICl1Snnl Evans Pt anJ ClaravCnl1ahan- f Canoe visiting their cou ins Mr and Mrs1 D Moore1 and The Ladies Home Journal Patterns AND STYLE BOOKS WILL BE SUPPLIED AT J WPREWITTS STORE features of merit not These patterns possess by the most modern methods in any other they arc the latest and most and emanate from the highest on approved styles in Womens Dress The prestige of The Ladies Home Journal in matters of dress has long been recognized by the women of America Like tho itself tho patterns stand foremost are the most helpful most popular and most One of most features is tho accompanying indi vidual GuideChart so simple that even R little girl can make her own clothes There are no complicated construe tionfejo guesswork The cutting and fitting are simple as ABO point of merit and a one is tho that alone triples tho valuo of elimin Lion of waste gf tho patterns ThoLndies Sty Book our Prices 1 NEAR has associated of with and of were the of theof week county will be conducted Prof Willis of Louisville tho beginning May Day of in this week Miss formerly dent of has Caldwoll at graduates Jj ar a Pf ty Circuit convened good candi and monwealths following W Carpenter Jet son appointed fore No1 JURY SqUIrrel Back and uses yesterday announced but probably Ready Federul had September and of has wore Vednesday Thursday HEREAFTER embodied make made authorities magazine satisfactory tho important patented raftothcr very important material practice tho WT I have on hand a few trimmed and pattern hats that Iwill from this date sell at cost and below cost Como early and get your choice Anon BAILEY Saturday night is the last night of tho big contest at the rink as well as the last night of the rink A big crowd is looked for on that night when the names of the winners will be announced Mrs J W Prewitt entertained at lunch Sunday evening Among the guest were Mr and Mrs Fred V Brown Capt and Mrs A S Henry Misses Caroline and Alice Bartels and Ermine Peters of Cleveland OM Messors Roy Bar lets Walter Kempt and Martlo T J Kelly Sr7v L J or c lffti V- d IjJ BLAKE II Good Isews to Those Whor 1 Wear Shoes l For Tie next ten days 1 will r sell pny of my shoe stock besies the Star Brand for cash at 10 per cent less titan h c h Cohip and sec and I will not only make you a satisfied4 d4 k r Lcus met butwi leave you ionr o lmilef1 ont off Yo Flt field Freesr7 ts you nothing f goodstxilowastthe 04StV rrWmKEt ELECTRIC LIGHTS i COST IS VERY LITTLE al1w convenience very great The company expects to make only a reasonable profit and to give firstclass I service rOoA Hagins or J S Pember ton will take your subscription We do I wiring at co- stRLAT RATEllaroL16 c p per month 75 ZianipV1 u each 65 3 to 5 l mjsl6 c p each 55 6to10lamnpsr I 50 11 to 25 lampsII II 40 26 or moreII 30 Jackson Elccoh i 1 I tmi 1c neya n uo rtC L 4 P Jmn w I1t lini Death ofMiss AB1patnck f Miss Amelia i1 PatrickXrOJC after a linltcri Uhessat the r slrdcnce of her sistcV Mrs C J Little in this on Monday May 25th 1908 surrounded by her relatives MSS Patrick was descended from oqfof the pioneer families of Kentucky and was the I daughter of Prudence Hunt and Alex B Patrick tho latter playing an important part in tho affairs of I this county in his day Miss Patrick had been a consistent mem ber of the Presbyterian church for tho past lventv years and her modest and unaasuWmg life won for her the ndmira1 ODLnd love of nit who knev leI ronlY is survived by r ld one sister tipassingiway o or doing his futurcomm t loge wStL N 11 Miller Illd Jo wore very muchfrliendl thy success in the cf I II nS T 11 ndsaCel- 1J reptile the other lows ns n corp feast- ah w a Xcce wifoIP styeet tGi at her rLos creek M tor liis tact She leaves n 1 vcral children 1ihmnv is conducted t y + AliiU aW rt ar 6at skating ru k closes Saturday night on acct nto tinS hot weather for three months after a successful season Wo have heard of no bad results by the operation of the rink Young people must have some amusement and we think this is innocent amusement i All cities have some place of amusement Itisu help to any town to have some place like theater or a skating rink when i is run as the rink here has been conducted We know the town is no worse than when it startedand on the other hnmFitis said that there has not beert near so many misdemeanors and as many young men of theommunltyhay- been in tttondanci at the rinkt J I HAM QNII A r J George FriizierVwho killed John Hamilton and iCichard Spicer on Ross creek attempted suicide in the j ill at Bcatty villc last Sunday by soaking a box of matches in a quart of water and drinking the mixture If each of our subscribers who are in arrears would pay us as much as 1 during court it would help uS1 whole lot Tho daily paper bargain is open to them as well as to others CUTGLASSA and- WEDDING SILVER Articles of beauty and usef ulpes med 75ct 5 and upward iv MA i riKKLlAnnRT UALILY- FLU1YrPttICES V if i Sl M eintz JEWELER Main St opp Phoenix LEXINGTON KY KILL TH COUGH LUNC8tWITH Dr Kings I New Discover IFOR cONSUMPTION OUGHI aM OLBS Price soft Si 100 Free Trial IS sad uitkMt Ours for all I Traaci LVJIG TZOV3 JD e OWU IAOL I rlI This is the Question 1VWhetherfef 1and dole It out in payments ofaccounts and bills otto bank lY and pay by check There i but one answer to tlris 1 i bank it and checkIt outrI OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH fill US iJ tir i 1 ifIThree Per Cent Interest Paidon Time and J ti 1Savangs Deposits OJirr j r i JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK 1 r ITACIiSON KENTUCKY t i 1 I1 MIXED x x t N I- h 1g PAINTS IrW Just received a full line W r 1t t t w which we guarantee N W f11 t 1rg1ir JTIV t t 1G Will cover more space last 1 B longer and look better than lh- m any other paint made CallW and see color cards and get Ih wiw t JiwoDrugaW j1l IiTft asr61 Coming to You fi o a- I 0 i THERE IS NO FAKERY oJr ToY IfIn k Ii yon pay us you get one hundred cents value in 4H return 0k- F We Believe in Square Treatment ti Q v- t s worth all the time We might tti FYof space talking about our goods 3 then you wouldnt know how good theyare a j COME TO OUR STORE 0 So you can see for yourself thats the surest way 0f ea K iotNI Crawford cf Cotlli c 1 JACKSON KENTUCKY IiO o- i Fte fltilIiillEiilF1iIFIhJIIIRIIM1lHttlntu I nlllll IItUIUUlltUiUllta I MATt IN T KELLY = ATTORNEY AT LAW s = OFFICE IN IIUIIST KLG 5 = = = JACKSON KY- MtNUUIItklnttulnnintutm11minatnuiG 1 fX XXiXXX Dn H P DUFF A PHYSICIAN AND SUUOEOV J JACKSON KY at Ju C H IIUKST PHYSICIAN AND SUHOEON Office in Postoffica Building Phone 64 JachsoaiCy r J A IV Trlh4 t I 1 r MA S It c Y1r t REMOVAL I have moved to McCormick x near Campton Junction where T sr will continue my milk lag + Monuments AND TOMBSTONES Y Any ono wanting anything in ray line will please write me ati tlI McCormick ICy I wmvmakol monthly visits to Jackson ant a hope all my friends rill saye their a orders for njo J 1 RM ar 1- y1 tof i yu U ijh V 1 r ror t 1 H t 4 ndo j t The BreatHitt New Jrt VISE HAG INS EIJITOH 1 j i CA8H SUBSCRIPTIONS SIAYE R lVtlllMhca Every lrlilny if t f i f Tomorrow is Decoration dnfiJ t h f r Cantaloupes on ico at Collln ithl8 w ekIiii t orWnltel II Day returned Thur day from Hazard it steakdor I roa every J HqnAFvlJyrd of Winches list was lerodnrtn tho week rS fr A bljf stockof matting of tho nScstpnUerns at Kuslcr Isaacs ft eo h Clarence Madden made a bus p ness trip to Mt Sterling Thurs day lII AitornoyJolm Tester of Vol- lcounty t kI was attending court hero Uhiswcok tLJAttorney iluglm Kiddoll of Ir Vine was hero during tho week courtAx+ 4Ifyou want a nice can of homo r rendered lard call on II Collins 11 the meat man- n Mrs S a THulboe of Tnulbce was visiting her sister Mrs Win Hoskins Tuesday t f W Johnson of Hazard ttGeor1ro the first of tho weekat f tendinjr court Kcv Alex Patterson of Beat held services at tho Prcs POtille church Wednesday night I am in tho meat business Blain andcan furnish you meat ofRlI iIIIvv kinds C HADDKN Judge Alex Strong of Lee county was visiting friends hero and talking politics tho first of theI week Mrs John W Langley under went an operation in a Washing hospital few days ago for a dis location of the spine Capt S H Smith of Campton way visiting his daughter Mrs T P Cole and other friends here the first of the week Mrs N J Moore is visiting relatives at Hepton in tho southwestern part of li5Stato She willreturn home 15 il8 den Stzcmoro returned Mon day from a two weeks visit to IliUkrd fie lunjr typo on the Mountain Evangelist while there B 11 Jouctt of Winchester was hero Thursday representing ry Koine Canadian parties who arc in terestcd in a land suit in this court Judo Win M Beckner has been appointed special judge to- try the case vs Roger Spicer charged with the murder of James Johnson lion D Sublett of Salycrs vine has been appointed special judge of tho Morgan circuit court to try several cases in which the regular judgo is interested tc J L Jingles nnd K H Minnix have sold their mill which they have been operating for sometime near Wllhurst to S E Patton a who will move it here Easter Isaacs have just re 0ceied a big line of mens brown suits of tho latest styles 2500 suits for 1500 1800 suits for 1150 1200 suits for 850 Federal Court convened at i CntlettsburJ Monday butadjourn ed immediately on account of a r cnso of small pox breaking out in L the jail among tho Federal pris will be con 9 oners The session y tinned in August Judge Morris has written Com monwealths Attorney Knsh that it ifr 3i 5hacan not come hero to preside at tfio trials of W n Day and the Wad kins nt this term He was appointed in tho Day case and creed on in tho Wadkins case Judge Bcnton of Winchester fvashere Wednesday i accompany his brotherinlaw J Speed Smith of Richmond who was ex amined for license to practice law A 51 J 1C Bach and W W Me I or- T Quire were appointed to conduct r1ri w the examination Js The Kentucky Shuttle Block Stave Company got their ma 4 chinery in order about ten days ago and arc now making shuttlo blocks out of dogwood sticks which have until recently been considered worthless except for hand spikes Thomas Sherk C Little and Dr II B Wright f entertrise r tty s i I tt i r u t Y 1 Marriage Licenses The following marriage in81 have Been issued since our report J W Clemons and Nannie Boy ling both of Jackson S M Brewer nnd Mrs C M CreekIMrs America Summa both of Lnmbric 1 Sunday Sermons Kcv 7i J Edge of the State of Washington has been called to the pastorate of the Baptist church nnd will held services Sunday It 11 a m subject Help for the Helpers Evening at 730 oclock Subject A Pre onlineilt NumB A hearty welcome to all The regular minister will preach nt the Christian church next Sunday morning Subject Heaven by Bible Stcndnrda At night the subject will bo Tho Most Dan serous Sin Tho people and especially visitors in the town are cordially invited to attend the services Successful Applicants- The following is tho result of the May examination for teachers First Class = Thomas Haddix N W Miller Hezekiah Combs Laura Rowland Emalyn Turner Sherman Turner Fred Cope Bor tha Byrd J IJMann Cleveland Williams Tom Williams William Turner Sam Turner Sarah Creech Elva Foster Mrs C B Manning Susan Cunningham Eda Wil liams Thomas J Turner Parish Patton Ella Moore Second Class James Gabbard Shiloh Noble Henry Dtincil Anderson Noble Florence Rowland bullcn Campbell Nancy Roberts Darvcy Noble Mattio Lnndrum Mary Terry Seldon Back Luther eaten Emma Turner Nancy omits Samuel Fugato Thomas Herald Ashier Strong Ida Jett Cora Broshears Third ClnssHricoCundifl Cor nelius Holbrook Dora Short Clay Vatkins Louis Watts Frances Wise Catherine Vanclcro J N hugatc Number of applicants to enter the examination 55 failures 8 Ins one not satisfied with his or icr grade may have tho flame re ferred to tho State Board by call ug nndfxtyiwlke fees rwjulrec jy law HKNUV B XoiiLKSupt arnincrsSoro of in emanate Journal of magazine n of Monthly request at our store Prices W NEAR T has associated the practice of J J Sowell of Robbins were visiting family of O II of the wick Institute for this bo conducted I J of Lbuisvilla during beginning August 3d Virginia May of has visiting in Jackson was formerly of Institute has attending Caldwoll at 1 vUlewherew e r 1 1 i I to j oJ i- r t o 1iiiiii Circuit Court in Session Circuit court convened hern Monday witha good jn town The morning waS taken up in the organization of the juries and most of tho afternoon with tho speeches of various candi for Judge and Commonwealths Attorney The following compose the ju C W I h Sam John Ilnddix Ed Carpenter Jeff HcnsloA + G W Houiwlicll Kob ert Oaks Wm U Combs Wm ClcmonH Sr son Gubbard and Sam Hollon C W I was appointed PETIT JUICY xo 1 Marion Lawson Johnson Anderson Pearl D D yClir Johnson and A L Higm s JUICY NOQft John Elliott Howartl Johnt Sfiuirrcl Craft Jl9 Flinchum A Bryant lTharp Jett SL StidhSro Sam R B Landrum and Matt Spencer Monday Tuesday were tllkn- ip in tho the misdemeitnor ase3 The felony was keu up Wednesday but no cone ictions have had for a fcl ny to ditto The case against then Creech way yesterday ind tho Commonwealth announced but tho asked that ho case bo passed till when they probably announce early Strawberries and green beans at Haddons letting Ready for Federal Court Martin T returned Wednesday from Catlottsburg to had attending tho Federal Ho that Judge ochran and Clerk art rcparinjf to come to Jackson in September to here and- re looking forward witha great leal of pleasure as Judge Cochran is a great admirer of tho mountain pcopse always has a pleasant to say to them Pleasant I hisses Sarah anuGfarrCahIaHan- f1 wore visiting their cous ins Mr JlrsJ D Vcdnesdny and Thursday The Ladies Home Journal Patterns AND STYLE nOOKS WILL HEREAFTER BE SUPPLIED AT J WPREWITTS STORE features not embodied dress patterns any other make they are made by the most modern methods and tho highest authorities on the latest and most approved styles in Womens Dress The prestige of The Ladies in matters of dress has long been recognized by tho women America time itself tho patterns stand foremost are the helpful most popular and most satisfactory Ono of tho most important features is tho accompanying indi vidual Guide Chart patented simple that cyan a little girl can makoher own clothes There are no complicated construe tio guesswork The cutting and are as merit and tl very important one is the ciimlnltion of waste Qf material that alone triples the value ot the patterns Tho Ladies Homo Journal Style Hook free upon lOc and ISc J Rrewitt DEPOT Martin Kelly himself in law with C Bach Mr and Mrs Wra tho Pollard tho first The Teachers county wilj by Prof C Willis tho week Miss Day been friends this week Miss Day student Lees Colic giato and been College Ian she graduates tr cn crowd tho dates Circuit rirs- OUANDJUKY Pub Kngle Gillum Jamca Jack Pugh foreman Jacob Henry Miller John RobertJohnsondrew Combs Noble JKTIT Turner Rev D Sim Back and trial of docket tar been called ready defense today would C Kelly whore been ourt reports Finnell hold court and cord Cunoo and Moore meritThese possess from Home Like most ao fitting simple ABC point Athol the r I have on hand a few trimmed and pattern hats that Iwill from this date sell ut cost and below cost Como early and get your choice AuniK BAILEY Saturday night is the last night of the big contest nt tho rink Swell as the last night of the rink A big crowd is looked for on that night when tho names of the winners will be announced Mrs J W Prewitt entertained at lunch Sunday evening Among the guest were Mr and Mrs Fred V Brown Capt and Mrs A S Henry Misses Caroline and Alice Bartols and Ermine Peters of Cleveland 0 Messers Roy par Eels Walter Kempt and Martin T KeJI1 I rt r I e E W I 11 1J g BLAKEy I 11 Good ews to Those Who Wear Shoesi For Ie next ten days I will sell any of my shoe stock besies the Star Brand for 1cas at 10 per cent less thanrt cost f UI Cphip and sec and I will not i r onlyr make you a satisfied UfMrrr cgs nrer bu ve you VIle I- xonr 4iI o ftd on t off Yo i d ricerit j I t I csyou nothingrIy goods a 1owdastheY7 0 1rS I Wtl Sr I l 1 1 I i TIEIA 1 n O i l r I ELECTRICLIBilTS COSt IS VERY LITTLE andj convenience very great The company expects to make only a reasonable profit and to give firstclass I service 0 A Hagins or J S Pember ton will iake your subscription We do I wiring at co- stFLAT RATE-i1 Ia 6c p per month 75 2 lampss4 4each 65 3 to 5 lamas 16c p each 55 6 to 10 lamps 50 11 to 25 lamps 40 26 or moreII 30 Jackson Elcco j 11 J Ulntt111 n wdtt fDeath1Ratrick jS7l tMiss Anehfb after a lingeringuess at the deuce of her sister Mrs C J I Little in this city on Monday May 25th 1908 surrounded by her relatives MJgs Patrick was descended from of the pioneer families of Kentucky and was the i daughter of Prudence Hunt and Alex B Patrick tho latter playing an important part in tho affairs of I this county in his day Miss Patrick had been a consistent mem ber of the Presbyterian church for the past years and her modest and unasslIrn ng life won for her tho ndmira10n 1 ind love of all who knev icrnK V is sur I so t vived by f sister v- ollllttslllspaHs5ng o- Olltl nml e tmd the comtnJnKulu3t loved rowero very much endl Limy r success in the yjl I rioSr M I i reptile lon as a othpfIiih Neace I at her homo rLost creek 1Io1r Eliza lIt She leaves nr t t11 veral children Iholne ft us conducted by J 1 ussot jearsJEnfir1111 me iinir1 k 1psCSatur day night Ori aoob nt of the hot weather for three months after a successful season We have heard of no bad results by the operation of the rink Young people must have some amusement andwe think this is innocent amusement All cities have some place of amusement It i91 help to any town to have some place like a theater or a skating rink when it is run as tho rink here has been conducted We know the town is nOworse than when it started and I on the other hand itis said that there hat not becH near so many misdemeanors an crimes as many young men of th ommunity have boen in attendant at the rinktI a oJ I HAMILONL Jo j 1mtc11 George Fraxiert who killed John Hamilton and Richard Spicer on Ross creek attempted suicide in the hit at Bcattyvillo last Sunday night by soaking a box of matches in a quart of water and drinking the mixture If each of our subscribers who are in arrears would pay us ns muchas 1 during court it would help usa whole lot Tho daily paper bargain is open to them as well as to others CUTGLASSand WEDDING SILVER Articles of beauty and usefulness combined l- V t 75c to5 and upwardtjJij j L jKKLULuTIffQDAirrLY v tf + Hj R xj- i if LOW PKICES fieiritz7 JEWELER Main St opp Phoenix LEXINGTON K- YKILLTH000CH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr1 Kings New Discovery IIFOR ONSUMPTION OUGHT awl OLDS Pries ion astDD Frei Trial N and Quickest ours for all Ts LT tad LUNG XROUB UO IAOL rit This is the Question Whether it is better to keep 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Julin1IfIIHnnlHnilmlluuluununnits iMAHTIN T KELTY = ATTORNEY AT LAW = OFFICE IN 1IUUST HUG JACKSON KY titlHtl11itulu111onpmilum11iiIIIiiIiUhiDin PHYSICIAN AND SUKOKON 4 JACKSON Ky or Ju C H HURST PHYSICIAN AND Sunn EON O coin Postoflicor Building Phono 54 Kyyd1 tS t t t c q1- a REMOYAPHI near Campton Junction where I rG will continuo my businessof mol j ing onumy s- AND TOMBSTONESti Any ono wanting anythinjj in v rrm ymoat I McCormic lr I will melee + monthly visits to Jackson analrhope all my friends will save their e orders for moA c ri v f KM SHEL m4 t K 7 Ju f j w trgQ 4I V lIf F V C r iF 1 Nowspapt J a1rliltconPtI vqt the r if3WS totOif6 t this judicial Ufttrlct nriJ Ufa r 4jV l campaign aniare prepared to irs olf rb1Cjrni1sthatb01n cnJf1 i t I fndUo11ss re will ftriish the 74 1 JQi CottierJourntiIUUC1 The J- t I to DtMmbcr 1st for 0111I i Vut or ifnu prefer the Lonis i a Daily rflcrnldv wo will Tur 1 i 4snish it IndTlurs tor the same S tiiilo for iTfirTlio sooner you t subscribes the moro papers you t 1 will peU Our old subscribers win I ifr fitoid in advance can Iwo the CpurierJourntt for 125 or tin tiIcat4for1Ot demons4 a h 4oj f Horn to Bud Itornett and wife iirYn girl Harold II Gibbon flfli others of Jackson nro sune 1 the companys land here Elbert J Jones son of D G Jones aged Syears died laslThursday morn VtinJTnn3 his remains were laid t jY jrestin the demons grave yard t JI Bout Heeler In The Vorl f MRev K Stnrlilnl o Kntt H lmimi 1 i- 4 ap Maine 1181ShJ JIRVO usHti Htieklenr- Arnlois Sntve for stVernl years on my ofd army wiiiuid niiil olliar ubMlnale a 1nre mind find it till bet healer in 4 the world I use id too with pret success in my veterinary biulnbgs 25c nt Jacrkion DniR store 1IfIPricea Howard s Creek I Many thanks to Bro Thomas f Allen for our excellent Sunday school which Is doing so much good for the young people of our neighborhood Willie Taylor 4ofJackson visited his old friend rcd Russell Sunday L C Strong Son bought tine bill of dry goods notions ami shoes Mon t day Alfred Uussell is going to Hazard the last of tbiweek on telephone business John Fi ute took a fine drift of ties to mar ket Monday fearepthis week The Lucky Quarter la theOi TTe jou pity out fur ubot Dr Khiija New life Pith Tliej bring you the health thats more pr ploiiii tHin jnil Try tlinn fur Imta Telia tilhitii ems constipation and inalafni H Huv difappnlnt you tin prfcsviM he cliwerl iilly refunded at JackaonWruj store Phcobo C Bowman diedat her hpnujat Athol on May 9 190S My dear beloved uother was nf llictcd with stomach troublo for two years and about two months before her death slm was taken i with la grippe from hi lshe never recovered She was seventy years one month and eleven days old She WHS a faithful member of the Mdthodist church and livot a Christian life for yoars Sho boro her sufferings with patience I and spoke of her rest after denth and trusted in God who doeth aj1 1 things well Her childrenIblathers and relatives and friend 4 U do deeply mourn her loss Wo do not believe our mother is dead a but livctli and our loss Is helI eternal gain Wo hope to meet our mother again where parting is no moro and death can never come t4 We wish to Qxtendour heart felt thanks to our neighbors and friend for their kindness shown to us during her illness also to i Dr W 11 Gibson for the kind treatment he gave heV Wo feel 41if he did all he could for her i My mothers sufferings ended with the day- S Yet lived aho at its close f And breathed the long long nicht j 4nW8 j sweet repose i But when the sun In mill itsstatet kipsJ1 shin ft AndImother walks in Iarfldisets e a t Ii Republican Primary I j Election CallAil E 7At a meeting of the Kepublican f executive committee of the 23rd 4 judicial district of Kentucky c 4 held in Irvine iCy4on April 23 i 1908 purluana fIYlnotl p nominating Republican candidates nandCommoowpaltlrVAltorhev 11 c November eke Jj n tion lOS in riiI district Pres h IJIf i 4 51 PI XfEstilj r lI 3- I 1V- ollnw1 0atO L y Stl tt It 6 If L1 If 1IJir 10 a i 1 i S After suffering forsevcn years tills VOhImnhL wn1ir tulicalth hIcn K IMifklmnr Ycjtublo CoiuiAmml llchil her letter Mrs Sallie lln hlor Paucaiuila lull Ter writes 0 Iinkhanr a 1 had female troubles fir ECTCH nil rbidotvu anil so nr vcfiis I couI not do any Uwntf Tins I doctors treatcj me for different troubles ood Wnile in thlrcon lozadJln lc Compound and I nm now strong BBd wel- lFACTS FOR SICK WOMEN thirty yeaTri K link ohaml Ycgetablo Coiiiixmnd yiarte front rools tiid lierbs lecn lilO lilnn nltl fOr anti has posivtly cured honaiuhoIw- o1ncXihOflaYC lwclttlOuilOO with 1iIII1tCmont ll uati nwl8orn tion tumors Irrcprnliiritics 1icpain lSVVinlin 1mt 14tr Ing4low1lfebltng flnln1cncrl1Idl 8 w IrostIA t Oil WljydonYt you try in Dont liwltito to write to Mr ljikhnm Wthcro Is AnylliijiB itliuit your sl1C OjltIO jiM IittIl Yreni t r- lcttcrlncoIlUc14lrco tlUsr3tiP free Xo iiHpl overrcRretto rltlnfr her nllc because of her vast cxi crlenc sac has helpviU thousands AdllrosH I yuu rUns Flynn was mndo chairman of said matting and G W Lovelace was made secretary and treasurer On motion it is ordered that a primary election bo held nt each of the various precincts in said districts to bo held at the regular and usual voting places therein in the saidcounties of Breathht Es IJtill Lee and Wolfe beginning at inn hour of G oclock n ni and closing at i oclock p m standard time on the 20th day of June nomitefor circuit judge and common wealths aUorney in said district 1ft which all Republicans and nil other persons who are now in IIgood faith affiliating with the Re publicnn party and who will sup 1Ilort time noininre of said primary election nnd who are now or will be iea1 voters nt the regular Kc vember election 190H nnd who shall bo legal electors and voters Tho said primary election shall be I lOJ rpsnc sin ncppydancfi Kentucky anti the rules of the Republican party governing such elections Within two days after tha dnte of said election closes one of tho judges and the sheriff oltach of said voting preCincts shall deliver IIthe ballots ballot boxes ccrtifi c to the chairman of time Republican committees of tho re spective counties who shall on tho third day after sid election at 10 oclocka m compare and canvass the returns of slid election one immediately mail a ef said vote in said respective conn ties signed by the chaiman and secretary of the said county com init tees to the chairman pf said district nnd on the 27th day of June BIOS nt 10 oclock a m time said district committee shall meet in Irvine Kentucky and compare saul county returns and issue certificates df ncxnlnution to the successful candidates rrronehalf of which shall bo paid by the candidates for circuit judge And onehnlf to bliic by time candidates for Commonwealths attorney Notice of said erection shall be given by publishing acopA of wsJ1l1persincopy of this cull on the courthouse door in each of the counties of said district at least ferty days prior to said election All persons desiristo bo can notifyimeeat fifteen days bef re tho ditto fixed for said election and lOfty IlJ to the treasurer iripropor tionate part of the expense of said election On motion it is ordered that hmis committeemuljourn to meetat- nttyilIe Ivy qnldd r June nms tfu I This April 23 J908 fiii FI YSX Chairman G W LOVKLACE Secretary copy attest G W LQVELAOB Secretary No Use To Dip f Imva found out that there Is no tite to lilA if lung troiiblp at long up ton eon jpt Dr Ring New DleuverysMya Mri J P White of M hCwrlnoipn up n fOHgh jiilckdr thin d tylIii elu nnJ wiros IIIUKI clUesie a noit iftiTlhe can N pninaunayd fue- TJulcuio tt rllllllbltf rllttlly h IfJ- aclIIJh Pill tlnJrPIt a b hUIi nail honneneM In nold underm- nrmiiitee lIt t Doktcnc DruitoresfeitJU Pi 1I 1 U to I t I 2 r MR PR 1 r fti 1tCOU FTSIIEU yOrL e By q Joseph C Lincoln Copyright 1907 by A S Barnes Company CHAPTER XI Eureka Whatever that girl might have ex pected from us I guess she didnt ex poet that It set her back so that she couldnt BponU fur a tall minute wWch was something of nirucle as I blind out Inter Can I what she Bay finally 1an you coorV an Hrunt ugak 4ii7t3tCan I Fr 8i1 9 e 4lo ought j0 ii JJ she sayi rmfot1flfafSole of that wet lagotwater on theb t at Ioor rooster aaytft 1ifhafore hlf- sqn8tCs ttteatir f Van hiUghetIillJacpped the roos icr I lid fqrWt OiaCllo ha4 It Let rao expIaIlXse- e fI fie rtHartlor ppHe thoq Val u wln l ute says he laufhlDR that we adjourn to time jiouso and go Into some dry clothes Then we can talk buitjnqs If Vhp young lady Is willing v s Tho eltl looked at him IJuslri t1t1Wllone1 The which says I sad theIea onl s both wild tho same Whlcii of you Is the quahaug one Jlvo got some business to talk with him Martin says Van gravo and turning to his chum Are you a qtibamjm pIJer I RUCSS he Isc says I I was lift glnnlrtg to sce a light Hartley1 clan ming cruise was turning outvas Id er petmd- UJlumph I saya the girl Well yo Ltnractothree buckets and a half want they You nvv se a man so puzzled as Hartley ulliesittwu8 Vim 1hlIl1l TJl looked at each other at the sir nnd then at mo I explained I judge twas this young womans quahaug bed that you and James cleaned out tother day I says You remnmber I told you wod hear from hemcIUiI1iUS ijtor I Oh nays Martin Awfully frorry Im sure I hope youll permit mo to f payjor She bobbed time sunbonnet up and down Thats what I come for says LycurgtuIjijiiahfuBif Jg worth a dollar a bucket I this tlino of year 1hlllll i the ftiokji thougti d h tlientjg moron I caiFiniikm saaB thQ same grinning from ear to ear t 4n reached Into his pocket hij ITilid out a sopplngwgt pocket book Will tile three fifty be sufflcjent t1Isorl1says You dldnt know no better Pa says fools and children aint accountable Youd better spread that money out te dry fore you pay me with It And youlicatWill doijt you go OftT your boat mister she says to me V U1 Ipso It first thing you know I looked where she polufod am there was the skiff stranded bottom up on the tip end of the point flat I ma after It wailed In nnd hauled It ashore Tho Heayenlles hurried up to the house When I come back the girl was waiting for ma- tH walk along up with you sho says Say youre Solomon Pratt I i Which of You Three II the Quahaujj One aint YQII1 I hoard about you NatE Scudder told pa Ho said hod let this place to Sol Pratt and a couple of crazy iiron from New York I thought sure youd swear when the boat upset but you didnt Y01 mUbt Jjelong to the church aro you Metho dist1 I grinned So you think a ducking llkojhat would be apt to make a man w r do you 1 says I Yup If ho hal1bt got religion Pad ave cut sod a blue sthiak Ybud ought o Hear him when ho has his nenous yspspsy spells Did you say you was Methodist jNox I Guess I dldlt Lets see you sayyou name was Dusen rr Y r tferC stopped andklnd of fizzed like teakettlo b1llzovv Silk 011 aJfleI- ho snaps Ib iru1i Do I lobks 1101 LtUl9 1Llfl tkJ t1 zttV r nllrlcJtfqrlnd 8 t Jspcclal You klnd of tt Wed me ulI the wihdi ctrlkluB jim hnd on BO tmexricctcd Just say t agaIn fUlll 1111 BlowI 1urcka r innwhat was It 1 I 11 switched around find stared at- m hard Eureka Fiorina Spar ro says she slow and distinct ml mo to spell It for you- o thanks You might mix me ups j If Oidlt3 I had to leave schqol eli In your family up Seven of us counting mean pa makes eight hatn their names ell theres Lycurgus nnd Edltha Dm Ulysses and Napoleon and Mar KUI Itc and Dowey hes the baby Cit t names aint they Pas do ing naming em that way was 1a saj theres nothing like hitching a gum I name to a oung one gives era son thing to live up to he says Ills OWl names Washlnston but ho aint bro v hits back twins up to It far8 as I t i peo and ma used to say tho aam nforu she died foU1 says I t seaL 1 knew Vvh iBjio ViaBjjiaow jUidnt lived ami d hut tu J n r lie itItimWOL hat m Th 1 I itJl I fItJPtP time 11 fIIX kueh en go m M rwlml 8J t 1coulll lurt11 lgS IInll siteOf t1I1I I ifill1iLhuyd got to be jtam brother Jma- dunip v bJtlot and hew oull I31t or quarts time wlfo amid w shecoiSI JO1J1Htp U U so on The lIcav- WV ii 1l0 J lii llHo bo cnjlolug every 111J J jno ndglnfj by the way they macriii ludoduce us to tho lady skipper r says i an when I come In I di no tho liquors Silos one of Wash Sparrows trlbol mean faint ly s ys J They live over In tho wood hereabouts loss trlbell do says Fureka cuttlD 13 quick Thorgg mrot4 near euoimk of us to make II town neetsii sometimes Youd think KO It you had to get the meals for em sames I do You says I Do you cook for all that gang How old are you Sejtntcon last March Cook for em uess I do And scratch to get things to cook too else wed have to live o 8alt llr PUdiUntf With Wluil- saaa Intake In washing and Lycurgus he gus and clamming and cliorltic around and Kdltha helps mo Iron aad we all take watch and watch fookln olttor the young onus l1niijbf11UtlIIU Were lrntlnn tor 1 QOl VuI ropolmtp and coqk flrJlwrant111 ahoiiv house here Mr Pratt linda thu jot too bis for one man iShe bobbed her band Yup says alma dry us a chip holllct tiuimik lii mftht Judging by what 1coteen o cant come Ive got to stay homo jI look out for the folks WJ wIlb t r- ul 1I11rlllJt IIOhrlJgetover ho gays 1nsjiad roust every kind of symptom there ill phthisic and Jnjlucncy and lumbago and pleu rs T Ntw htts settled down to eon sumptlaitand nervous dyspcpay Aforo ma 41 hquqd to try to cure I IIO- lU tho 9cH v limit row TIn illoctorjial juj didnt have conaump tIaIng elsn what ho needed was hard exercise such as work Pa said the doe didnt know lila business and thedoc said maybe not but he toIexccptto come around once In a while and collect something from me on tho lIIT1 p WelFi1 sara r mayljo ypi Knew 8omeboly elsu that would dg for t8 Whos a good pook and general houdH Keeper that would be llhcjy to hire out SIte thought for a moment or so 1 dont know she says Most folks In this neighborhood Is too high toned to go out working Theyd rather stay to homo and take boarders Mrs Han nahjujiir Purvis Is about tho only Iknktion Uvo had her ipursjr Sluaface We have lie C ri era She tolt MrI OskI CJIz ad ail got rhlly sin besides tOJr pay herenJier- ny yoji dll11f TJ Van cheerful at1r Siw wo i want OU out were rLSoC1aati nndwwo need i WOIJ ri 1rlii irucb Ito th vfln u to highi A at blunA Siio 3 o tjmlug Lii JI oi Viii ajll itw Now isemof I 1c11rltut r to lIeir liDS A wJUek she slngsrfout OhS1 Then allo looked at me Oil Ita KO If he says so says I reslencfl like Land sakes A week I I never but It alnl no use What would be jouip of pa and the children JCouVdnt you come over for the days at least 1 asks Martin You might go homo night you knowIAnd thats the way It ended finally Tho Twins had mado up their mind and when that happened heaven and earth wouldnt change em At last Eureka said shed talk It over with her folks nnd Van Brunt said wo would come over to her house next day and get the decision ThejpjJ says be when time Sparrow sin bqh gone Sklppej the cook questiorf Is settled May t tie says I Lpoks t9 mo as If yoid settled U the way the feller settled me coffee by upsetting1t For chaps U at pined for rest andqufot you two do qfltpt things Do youViallzo wlta I mts 1JI t1JDtSpl1r 4r t J MrA4I 1 s Bone In likely lo tncah T Ifnfl r tin wtoolo Bock Is llko the spocl bird weve seen haI says Itll mean joy If there wai one thing ncoctcd to make OZOIIQ Island it de light n gem of purest ray serene that original would bo time thing Shes a circus In herself t ahall dream to night of 111 arid the doctor Ho hot My tho way whats her Christian namo I told tho name tho whole of It How them Hcavcnllca did laugh Kureka says Hartley Splen did IEureka says Van Wo have foundiftj Sol lets havo lunch I goTem something to cat and then the three of us put In the afternoon chasing time wild animals Tho chick ens was fairly easy to get hold of I laid a trail of corn up to time door of tile lien yard and trapped the most of em that way lint the pig was a holy terror Hed had his experience with Ozone Islanders that morning and he dduH want any more Up and down lat blessed Hand bar we chased him Jet ing upset and tiring ourselves out The pig race over to Ijastwloh want In It I did most of the chaelas UV H n Von lice superintended ai usual and gave orders and laughed They pretty nigh Uughed themselves sick Finally the crittur bpJtuU Into the woodshed and 1 locked ti dcor on him IUWBS six c oclock when I dumpO t him Into time ilyT Of mill tJe Natural Life days Id had yet this 6110 wasdhe liveliest anti most voarlng A week like II and juy natural ulaco voull have been limo burying ground I oatlato I lot three pound that afternoon I was getting so thlu that when 1 foil down my legs mado grooves In the sand Tho text forenoon mo und Hartley went over to closp the cook trade K Van oiidntgo lie said the garden ng and ihoShlpwreck and time steeple chase meaning thj pig hunt had given him sensations enough for a week or sOl he find Somo or om with him yet So Martin luJ hed go for my sake I borrowed couplo of spare oara from Scuddor when ho arrived with tho mornings dose of klm milk tad cream and butter and aa I took caro to row the skiff this time we made the passage all right Then wo walked up to time Sparrows nest Twas u pretty shabby looking alwok1 now I tell you Shinnies dropping off ami tncv falling down und a general shortage of mans work everywhere Hut there was a bed of bachelor but tons and old maids jilnks under the front window lUll time windows them solves was clean and bright Kuroka had done her best to make the Vinci homey yen cuuld sea that Shy let us In when wo knocked at the kllcbtu door Her MVO win rolled up and there was a big banket of clothes by the steaming wanhtub Kdllha the 13yoarold was grinding at the wrinsor and Dswey the baby was setting on tho floor playing with a raij dull Tho Teat of except Lycurkus who hml gone pod dling ciams wan oft PlaIn liuroUa IIU apoiogUed fur things bolus 10 upset but there want uu y need for apolo Ios Tho house was plain and poor you could see that It took a mighty lot of stretching to make both ends come In sight of each other lot alone meet but twaj clean nirJ1izLhirii3 IIit JjqhrRII hallilIto have them clean Good morning says Hartley Have you decided to cook for us Sho bobbed her head over tho wash tub Ive decided It If pa hafcr1 sayt sho He aint made up his mind ye Ho wanted toplii p pn if lie haitiI B ti8 lies lout that nyfmow hoS just gut up Step right Into time IIl- nling room and talk to him Youll hoe to excitfto me Ive nut to got thli washing dose aforo noon noinchowV So she pitched Into tho scrubbing bending In time middle Axactly like a Jointed pocWt rule and the Twin and mo wont Into time dining room therlThorea rocHlHK Chair In lKht and ko was that with his Blocking feet resting tho ruins of a haircloth sofa Ho was pretty husky looking seemed to mea fur a tuna complicated with consump tion and nervous dyvpepsy but face was as doleful as a crapo bonnet I and twas plain that he could see no hope and was satisfied wlththls eye sight ire hall a clay plpo In his mouth and was smoking like a peat fire IIQw are you Mr Sparrow sya llQwIlthTho Invalid rolled hi eyes around but ho didnt got out of time rocker Neither did he take thorn bluo yarn socks ort tIme sofa Oh says he groaning something awful Im miserable thank you Set down and make yourselves to homo There was only three sellable pieces of furniture li the room Ho was using two of em and tother was a chllda high chair SoAwe decided to Btaud up- i3ont you fhid yourself improving this beautiful weather asks Hartley rmmjma1hetice Washy fetchdd another groan so ileop that J judged It started way dawjf Inthe bfiio socks No says ho vlin past Improving sufferbig told you what r had Ildut she Hurtley looked troubled Why he says she did say that you fettled tuberculosis bu- tTubernotbln Thats Just like herl making fun of her poor sick fa ther What Ive got Is oldfashioned consumption Hero he fetched a cough that was hollerer than tho groaning Oldfauhloned consumption and qery ous dyspopsy Cant eat a meals vlt tips In comfort Hut thorelJJt bt through pretty goon Tho sooner time quicker I say Everybody 11 be glad when Im gone Dont I says to em dont rag oulMn no mourning for mo Dont put no hothouse wreaths on my grave I know how you feel and Get ort my feet you everlasting young oneI Think Im a ladder The last part wall tp Dewey whq had come in from the kitchen and was trying tQ climb ouW the sofa Martin looked like ha didnt know what tcaay By and by ho cleared hi- throatanl1lhrew out a hint concerning Eureka comjng to 0ZQneJTha sick aulR hl h arf i I FO t ta I pz1 iro he nays Im solfaacrincinc and all that but somehow I cant make up my mind td let tier go l cant boajtpjiavo her out of myVilghra cattCbosIn to think tfr- iulYbur flime what a comfort tls ioTme agonizing here and suffer Ing to have Kcky setting down along stile of mq tiny jitter day tho way silo does You cant begin to thlaklt nils ter I couldnt begin to think Itnot without what tim doctor dallVstlmu lants Time amount of setting down that poor hnrdworking Eureka pot time for wouldnt comfort anybody much It seemed to mo Shes my favorite child went on Washy swabbing his eyes Sue al ways was too Even whoa sue was a baby I thought more of her than I Jcuo of nil the others Ustcnlllllforthe oldelitItho rocker Thats IU lie hollers Make fun of your helpless poor old father Go ahead pick at mo and I contradict met I aposo when Im dead anti In my grave youll contradict inc every time I speak Ho blew oft steam for much as AYe minutes Didnt over remember to i stop and got his cough going Hartley turned to the door I could see ho was I disappointed Very well he says Im sorry Im sure she Is just that girl we need Good tiny Mr Sparrow I eallnto Washy want expecting that Ho hitched around In hts chair U had a bustrd cano soak tho chair dluTtuid he hail to roust on tho edge of It to keep from falling through trcrjuat A mlnuio mUter its says I want you to nmlqrutnnd how j I feel about this thing It I was situ a to do for myself twould bo different but Kuroka cntne to tho door Ihun wiping her arms on her apron Why pa hint says I told you t could fix that She went on to toll how shed ct ut early every morning antI cook tin male aforo shQ left and how Edltha wpud to there and Lycurgus would sPlit tho wood and do the chores and how shed be home nights and so on Shebad planned everything I 11k- wthat girlat last her dad give one of his groans All right says he I give In I aint going q stand In the way Hadnt piuhl to expect nothing different I ostj Work and fret and slave yourself u Into tho bonoynrd bringing up chill dren anllIInd educating cm and all and then off they go anti vao you Well Im reBlgnll Mrt1rWhat Vourfaino she can go Eureka caun or two dollars more a wook- I actually gasped out kwl tho cheek of luau I Wny mime price Van bad oRjwl wits enough to hire threo lrt And now this shark wanted stOre Even Martin Hartley seemed to ba set back some Hut ho was gamma For a mercenary chap ho wns tn J most liberal piece of j0dg ot tim 3 shelf CwValnb Mr Sparrow4 says ha bit lJrlllIQ pimothing noodraornlng Eureka 1 presume we shall see you tomorrow finallyWllshy i us off Ho was smiling and swq uC syrup now When Id iot to the wait Kurokn cnllei me hack Mr Pratt rime whlspored you toll Mr Hartley that of course I shant take tho extra two dollars Ill bo paid too much as Ibm Hut we wont let pa know Aforo I could answer theru was a yell from time dining room I looked ulllntlllitchum Hod forgot about tho ttU tei cane seat and had net dtwn heavy and gone UnjURtl Kdltha was trying to hftuj him out tha baby was crying an time invalid himself was turning limos I utuIawayHartleyi akllI low really has consumption Humph says I disgusted con sumption of grub lIe thought a minute longer Poor girl says he i3iiu has ft hard time of tt Wo must BCO If wtI Pnl llQll her In some way Continued Next Week Stop with Hart Brothers at tho Heed Hotel while in r4ourIgten Sad I mindAndblindVttulilIt dayWithout jtywent I I TjTtV H make n fellow awful sore fa bo about to land I Moo To know the matter to the coreIAnd feel that In his hind lie hold tIme games on foaat lila Ai mlllnB oft a log btilyGood Fur KveryliiMly Mr Norman 1C Ojulier a prainl iien Inrcliltect In lime Uelherl HufldiiiK M durfoUUIithallbhn ijr nis Ionic mrdlclne It Ia good stomachlivermid illlolenl mnnner and builds up the njHlum Electric fitters U thy beat cprliiR medicine ever nold over H druggists counter i as a blunt purifier It Is Drugstore ttLWAyres Street Opp POK Office LEXINGTON KY DKALEll IN Grain Seeds Feed OorngloyCr o 1yei FffdT S a f a 1f fI I r 7 CECORAILW Y 1to ot 1- WINrlmt i ltMP1t13L1 ti- Ellg 8 10G9i r IY J O WKSi BOUND Daily Ex Sun AM Pit Lv Jackson GI0 2 20 0 K Junction li 16 2 f ElIlIlnmO 20 t 10 Athol C 10 f2 i9 3 00 IQSt 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