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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, June 5, 1908. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1908 bre1908060501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Breathitt County news: n. Friday, June 5, 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. Digital page images are linked to the text file. i r 1 t 5rI l tJotwr ir ji I Best Advertrsirlr Neru1i1 3REATHITT ANDADJOINING COuIJrIEt 0 q TO T1IErIs OP EASTKUN llKlftuuKY Jlt ONE DOLLAR J J WISH liAotxa Editoraud r r 4 PEn YEAH IN ADVANCE So d itj eV wucJ so J T5 190811Tumbel 32 I 3 Euster Isaacs HAVE RECEIVED A BIG STOCK O- FGoods1SpringConsisting of the following A BJg line of Dry Goods Notions and Spring Suits forvMcn Ala Brown Suits for 13 12 Brown Suits for 9 r 0 Suits fF for 6 6 Suits for 3 50 A Bio Line of Ladies Shoes and Slippers at low prices both tan and black Also tan and black Slippers for men LincSof Mens Hats and Derbics A nice Line of Ladies Brown Blue and Black r SkirtsWc have a Bin Line of Carpets fflattlngfi Rug t Trunks and Suit Cases We are going to sell our goods at very low prices We arc crowded waMr COME AND SEET THE JEW STORE EUSTER ISAACS = == W i t n ii iii i i t t1 Wi i i i tinG t + J SAMUEL HEAD ilr Cnnliler lH FLOYD DAY rev IUQO f P OltAWJOltD Tlcn l 1F ai l DAVIS Acting Cashier W s IlOllEK A sft Onsh g ti innnmiiliii 01F l OURJft0 rJ METHODSG0 tlr ri i iW L 1RE SATISFACTORY ji 1 nrgl ta 4 O 0 tiii9r J f bcl J open ii m Call in and talk the subject over with g itF us A cull will entail no obligation 1ti g Wont you try and sectV 113 t s 2735000rJACKSON DEPOSIT BANK i 1t Jackson Kentucky d7- L 1 U i ilH HH HH H H I H H 1 tH H H HGtH 2 THE Southern R9y OFFERS VERY LOW ROUND- TRIPHomeseekers Rates To Arkansas Indian Territory 0 LouisianaOklahoma Texas Tickets on sale the first and third Tues days of each month Apply to any Southern Ry Agent or write A R COOK D PA B S VENT T P A LOUISVILLE KY K T HOSE 8 0 SAMlIiB ROSE Attorneys and Councclors at Law 2CA31PTOX ICY This firm will practice in nil the l UUUI IrfJ of 11olfo anti ntijttccntcoun ties Special nttenUon to Corpo ration Law and Heal Estate Liti ttntion Offices Second Floor Farmers t Traders Bank t JI v r 1I I Aw It 4W y IS in OIf t 4 t IrIDE 1fTHIT r C t ul Tt ilL ftl Kentucky SAMPLE D L ALLEN JEWELER MAIN ST OPP rOSTOFFlOE I hits for salo a nice lino of WAlOIlBS EiMHLKM TINS I3Y13 GLA8SHS SPECTACLES and nil kinds of Tot ulrp 4 REPAIRING ASPECIALTV Prices Reasonable Please call and examine i r511y a Are Your Taxes High w Enough For YouIiA growing community needs constantly larger public revenues More money is constantly required for roads schools streets sewers public buildings and n great many other things plat go to mako the outfit of n progressive modern community Even economical government costs money if n com munity is progressive The question facing Kentucky is Can the State counties towns mid cities get the larger revenues they need to meet those increasing demands by the tax system now in use in Kentucky The Kentucky State Develop ment Association realizes tho imo portance of this question and his created a Committee on 1wxatiJ which has for some time beenen gaged in investigating this ques ion Tho conclusion wf this com Opine is in HUM withalco elusion rMclied in orry State where njystem of taxation similar to in use ia Kentucky has a Been followed I Thuticonclusioirfc that it is im possiblcpfopcrly tocarc for the growing needs 6f the State and of its counties and eUicson the pres ent plan of raising public revenues without imposing upon overt elms of property 11 burden heavier than it should bear burden so henry that property which win not be hidden willbc undervalued property that can be hidden wiil be concealed and property that can easily be moved will leave the State The system by which Kentucky raises nil its public revenues Stale county nnd municipal is the system commonly in use eeer4 whero fifty years ago but which has now boon abandoned in whole or in part by prosperous and pro gressive States and which others ail i cpyrjrg to a undon for o aWp 4 farms of propertythat 1faro come into existence during recent years and better adapted to meeting the evero competition that exists be tween Slates in the effort to at tract new business enterprises Tho average tax rate including nil taxes in cities of tho second class in Kentucky is about 270 on each one hundred dollars of property in cities of the third class it is about 2G7 in cities of tho fourth class it is 217 and oven in the small towns in the fifth class it is210 Manifestly such tax rates are not conducive to development ofc the community It is equally manifest that the public revenues are none too large but that onI the contrary they ouhlbe larger to provide ninny of the things absolutely needed in n pro gressive community How shall these things bo provided under our present system which leaves as nothing to do but to pile InI additional rat of fcvxstfon on a rate already too high with tho certnnity that still more taxpayers I will bo driven into evasion or plain perjury in order to escape their taxes 1 I It is possible to raise these revenues by n ditfcront system withy loss hardship It is possible to meet not only nil presentdemands but all future demands if wo will but institute a system of taxation bettor adapted to the varying capacity of dilfercnt classes of property and so arranged that millions of dollars of property that now escapes taxation will bo brought upon tho assessment rolls while the unjust burden that now rests upon real estate will bo re lieved There is n great field of special taxes that Kentucky has not tried and cannot try it with ite tax laws in their present con dition There nre successful plans of separating tho sources of reve nues so that the burden may bo none too heavy on any particular class of property and tho aggregate returns larger Every man pays taxos whether ho is ontho assessment list or not it reaches him some way Everyman is therefore vitally con corned in having in Kentucky the best tax system that CAn bo evolved r MthnaM from tho exporicncoyfui men It in fact tied to tlife worst n system that has bccrKcnouncel by one tax commwJrop ft0r another in nearly ayejy State in the Union as wholly Jim jt ted to modern conditions wt putting ii handicap on progress n penally upon honesty n bur Ion on the man of small meansa premium upon perjury Tlio coniniittoo is ending tint front time to time ni to bearin upon various phascsftf this important question Iflyou are in terested and how cafa you help being interasled iniL natter that dig deeper into your pocketbo- oleverysoarsend VOUI name am address to the committee and it will put you on its tailing M costs you nothinr It coutinit you to nothing Ybi merely jolt us in gutting inform ion on the subject from every jjofisiblc source and spreading it Every Stato Is stndjing this questio and scent light is throw rfit It is business questiin Ii business of every man wlio chits n dollar and this committ ennged- in tryilg to srcur r it from tilt taxpayers of t i tutuo the attention it rleservrs 1ry titan in Ientucky ctni moncty by helping to give wbetter sistem of raisii jjc rove flues I Commi tec o ohhto 1y Stato Develop lloorn5ott uilding Louisville 1 THE CAMS IS ON Who Willtesidents To form yj r saUt1 keel in toueltwt sYof the campaign tins newspoperK saad R special KT 1 U can get U c llaily h J3i tJ 11 erklyLcnnrier iI i t a3 Front now or tfl iiir loon This fives you a live metropolitan papel through the campaign and the election Order to1JIas subscription wiUgfctrt with issue of day order is received No bark numbers cnn bo sent Or you can have The Brcnthitt County News nnd either of the above dail ies until December 1 foronly 150 This special campaign offer is in effect only during tune IulyI and August and nosubsqription will be received at the jrcduccd rate after August 31 under any circumstancesSend suscrm ion orders to The Newsnot toTlho Courier Journal or Times Ned rAllison Miller has returned home from a long visit to London He found his family wpll and glad to meet with himEdward P Turner went to Jackson on a visit nod was cuu n special jurrW tStrong has sold his stock of merchandise to S A Napier John Watts has located at tho mouth of Tcnmilo for the purpose of doing his future bu- sinssN VMillerand George Noble were very much pleased of their success in the recent exam ination Sf Miller killeda large reptile the other dny better known ns n copperhead Mariah Neacc wife of Torn Xeace died at her homo on Sixtecnmilc of Lost creek Monday the 25th ult She leaves a husband and several children Funeral service was conducted by John II Combs and Elias Mullins at the graveyard at Austin NeacosRevs Henry Fence Elias Mullins James Xcaco nnd John 11 Combs held divine service on Cane of the North fork A largo crowd was present and good order prevailed There will bo religious ser vices heldat tho mouth of Cock crills fork at 4 oclock Saturday and Sunday at the grave yardat Austin Nonces by tho Ilov Elins Mullins and others Come one came nllnnd hear the gospel preached ns it was of old Rev Paul Dertl ick went to Lexington Saturday on business u j c M s t y k fA w fk 1 J liJ j J Jr N FWS trhOFAN nlgcstCilculationI t ausu 1ubltshorNxtvstdpitaDu6TUD Friday Proprietors bY4i b K 4a Nu- POWDER Absolutely Pure Tho only baking powder made with Royal Grapo Cream of Tartar i- KG Alum Ho Lime Phosphate Z Campton Wolfe County County court at this place was i not so well attended Monday as 1 usually is Sam Knsli and3vife and daughter Lucilc accompanied by Misses Nancy and Sarah Sam i pIe of Hazel Green were visiting relatives in Cnmpton Sundays S Spradling and wife of liar rison county Have be n visiting in Campion during then t three or four days The suit of George Folks against John Ed wards and others was tried in Quarterly court here Tuesday Joe Stumper of Alt Sterling is in town this week Vinthe interest of Tho Motley Woodman ofJ tJllyhtetoCdied at her fathers home hero Thursday uihttrhe father of Uio deceased as well ns her sisters and brother who survive her Laro the yulatliy of the entire 1 I It He v nOh 1 I xlleas hcret r re streets most every UAV nnci uSI friends hop to see him his former i self again right awttyEsq J M Taylor is working in tho county curt clerks office this week Republican speaking together with the Irvine brass band brought a large crowd of men women and children to the court housj Mon lay afternoon The audience was addressed by lIons G W Gourt ley candidate for Circuit Judge and Z T Hurst candidate for Commonwealths Attorney nndr by John Jones of Benttyville tunics McQuinn of Estill county the Esq Charles McQuinn of this county The speakers were intro duced by State Senator IScnj Sewell of this placoCampton Encampment No 23 will render a public program on the evening of June 10 beginning a4 730 oclock This lodge has excelled all other lodges of the slime kind in the State in thin increase of membership nnd on tho night each member is to be presented with an appropriate badge Re freshments will be served after the addresses have been delivered and the public is invited Death Vus on Ills lloels 1 sSo 10 Mirria uf Skipper Vn hind irelode oill in iho spring uf 1000 lit njt An iitliuk uf pneumunia lefl IIIH 8i weak wlli inch it fearful couth tint my friend tluclarttj eon sumption land uie and dealh wits on nip heels Then 1 was pentundod 10 try Dr Kinds Now Wac very It heaped me iminpdi tey md after Ink trig tww ullII huH bottler I wits a will mitn again I found out that New Discovery U iho beet remedy fjr cuiuhs and lung disease in all the world Sold under ijiitirniitje by Jackson Itii Oo bOo nnd ft Trial bottle free I have rented the Cooley Combs barn and am prepared to feedand care for your horses in the best of style You are cordially invited to call and patronize mo when in Jackson WM SMITH A Twenty Year Sentence I have Just completed a twenty year health sentence imposed by liuckleni Arnica Salve which cured me of bleeding piles Just twenty year ego writu O 8 Woulever of Le Uayaville N V Buckler Salvu heals the worst sores bolls burn wounds and cuts in the ihirt eat timeoo at Jackson Drug Stpr J ct t i r w 1 l 4 rJIt Sr1JSr lm t 11 eL N- ru + LL IOUdr F1lraSa lr t tart13F4 1E q1I- r i Pg L LYtffl tOIf VO I C 1 rm WI l l If INSURANCEr I T i 1 9 rfCtSTOCKS AND BONDSittar LOANS NEGOTIATED L Htl N 1 W AGENCIES IN ALL THE PRINICPAL TOWNS fv 6 astINtWantl roF 10 UnohsPJedT0rrJtory i f N- t f- rp I t r iwI t Address All Communications to thefCom- pany t il Bat eattyville lCentuck c t w I 1 r + fFr I tFSILrottoFrl a Oloido t OOll vt uot fr Republican Prima Election Call t IAt i IItLingof iepabljcan 3rdtin Irvine Ion o April 3- 10QSpursuant 15 to notico duly sire for the purpose of taxing the time place m l manner of ruminating llepublicnnCilndidates ror thin offices 1 ndCOl m n QfgJrcIJtot ll or pt t lion 1 IS cntiidtidllf Pr o C Cb llreIU lit 13t llclnnbv- uolfe Ji i7 i H G Vr LovtJace L It Flynn was made chairman of said meeting and G W Lovelaco was made secretary and treasurer j Itofand usual voting places therein in the said counties of Urcathitt Es till Leo and Wolfe beginning nt hour of C oclock n m nnd closing ut 4 oclock p n standard time on the 20th dnyof June 1908 for the said purpose of nominating the Heiiblicnn candidates for circuit judge nnd commonwealths attorney in said districtII nt which nil Kepublicand andall other persons who are now In good faith hflihnling with the He publican party anti who willsup port the nominio of said primary election nnd who are now or will be legal voters at tho regular November election 1908 and who shall be legal electors and voters Tho Snid primary election shall beheld in all respects in accordance with the provisions of the laws of Kentucky niul the rules of the Republican party governing such elections Within two days after tho elite of snid election closes ono of the judges nnd the sheriff of eachof said voting precincts shall deliver the ballots ballot boxes certifi cates coto tho chairman of the Republican committees of the respective counties who shall on the third tiny after said election at 10 oclock n in compare and canvass the returns of said election and immediately mail n certificate of said vote in said counties signed by the cliaiman and secretary of tho said county com mittees to the chairman of said district und on the 27th day of Juno 1008 at 10 oclock a m the said district committee shill meet in Irvine Ivcntucky and compare saidcounty returns and issue certificates of nomination to the successful candidates The expense of said primary election is estimated to be 70000 onehalf of which shall bo paid by thin candidates for circuit judge and one half to be paid by the candidates for Commonwealths attorney Notice of said election shall be givcn by publishing n copy of this call in each of the newspapers imsaid district and by posting n coil of this call on the court I house door in ench of the counties of snid district at least forty days l i prior to said election 10All persons desiring to be candidates at said election shall notify tho secretary of this committee at- olcnst fifteen days before 4ho date I J- t r fixed for saidelection anti paytotho treasurer his pr port tion tea rtOf the Qxpens election w SgjjT On motion it is rdor9d 1 lthis committee adjourn meeln IJeattyville lvy on Friday Juno 1908 This April 4 3l90S LJJ fcVrsTJy Chairman GiV LoVBLAoE Secretary Acopy Attest lit zyt G t k6 t4C retar1 r tI1 S 5j lI was hero last week Kelson Itisncr killed five largo snakes last weekone being n large rattle snake Floyd Watson who has staying on Lucy Creek for severalmonths has returned Ellen Cruse who has been a rinvisited relatives nt Belknnp Saturday and undayMrs o lane Islam of Magoilin county jwas hero visiting relatives Sunday sjtfv I 1v P Taulbco attended the cam IC1 41Green t Patrick of Mngofiin county hitsareturned from the State College nt Lexington Ho is one of the best public school teachers in Eastern Kentucky Muowuiir Stop with Hart Brothers nt tho Heed Hotel while in LexingtonA1lilt Got Wlnit He Needed Nine years ago it looked ns If my tune bail come say MV 0 of Mill Greek IndTor I was in runtdown that my lire hung on n very rlender thread It was Ihen mr drug y gist recoumended Electric Btttere I bought a bottle nnd got what I needed rtstrength I had one foot in thergrove but Electric Bitters put it bark Ion the turf again and 1 hva been 5 veil ever since Sjld under guarantee by Jackson Drug Co OOj A Newspaper Bargain s ti Wo want the llrenthitt CountyftNews to go to every home hrthis judicial district duringxtno campaign andare Ioop red to oiler bargains that no one cnn nf r- a ford to miss We will furnish tho Daily CourierJournal and The 4 News to December 1st for only r 150 or if you prefer the Louis I vine Daily Herald wo will fur J nish it and The News for the same time for 175 Thin sooner you subscribe the moro papers you will get Our old subscribers who are paid in advance can huvetho CourierJournal for 125 itlio fHerald for 150 ii JIst t brings jaundice take Dr Kings New r 1 Lift Iills the reliable purifiers that do the work without grinding or grit Lag 3So at Jackson Irug Sture r i r oi o r fJ J t 1 i t 1 iiI rff4 v3- e rte 191111p x T tf g Breathitt News TISI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE iff J tiVISEHAGIivS1n1TORFRIDAY m S25a5 O II SWANGO rnDui rn PHYSICIAN till Suiiunox aGaM I r fnLS2S252S25tS5s sA H PATTON r r ATTORNEY AT LAW IN CAWOICDmDO S iF1CG JACKSON KY II i Zi J1 Notice to Candidates iAnnollncemtnts of candidate for oflico will be charged for as j follows i For n District Ofice10OU 00Int lie announces nil communications chargrrfor munications will bo treated ao purely advertising matter for which Time Sets does not assume rany responsibility Cash must accompany all orders for such adversising I ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE i i We are authorized to announce 1 SJJUDUE G WrGOURLEY 1 Of IjeattA vile Iifns a candidate tr J 1r for ctrcuit jlld the 23d I jUdieitil district subject to tile nc lion of the Republican party r i Wo arc authorized to announce + JUDGE JAMES P ADAMS of Beattyville Ky as u candidate 23djudicmlrltion of the Republican party- COMMON1VEALT1lS ATTY Wo are authorized to announce4 j A II STAMPER t ofCamplon as a candidate for BO than 1Vt nltbsAUeJOf tillSwas v She and Ihad d cm I dto subj JIocrutwfilikedollIIons About litnop tnflJt urp t tIrro1 w nlths Attorney of the 2- r 3d judicial district composed of F counties of Brunthitt Wolfe T std Kstill to tho the Republican party I solicit 4thesupport of all goodcitixeus re I gardless of party nflilintionsdt 4 A jIWeare authorized to annou 55 T HURST cnndidllteney for this the 23d judicial Urict subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce KELLY KASII r ns n for Conlmonwe ill III Attorney in tho 23d judicial t isWI tric subjectto theaction of theI ltenubltcaipartD FOR CONGRESS We are authorized to annot llYHDff forhet ject to tho action of tho Demo I trade party i FOR COUNTY CLERK annouF114 for 13rentltIof t party ad I shall regardless of party affil in tions be your most obedient ser vant ALFRED RUSSELL I Cot of County Court Clerk to be voted l for at the November election 1909 i GEO W NOIILE 9 FOR SIIEIUFFliWe are au to announce t ROBERT DEATONcc ff of Crockctt Ville as a candidate for Sheriff of Breathitt county0 + subject to the action of the Demo partrrtfJasper Stacy of Troublesome inlr JoeGumm of Slemp was here t lk Bc tielINC Campbell of Smith w Branch killed five rod foxes last Thursday atice 1Ar 1 Decoration day was Jittingjy 6b i YOSrOO at several placesiii thetin N ounly last Sutitri n trusf7- f tr i Coming o- JACKSON SATURDAY I HAAGS rIO STER PAR4DE LYt 130 PI1 irlaagsThe Jj ftndQnsalionlll animal Three llig ands of Music uiamois Floats nnn auuicnux A BeanS Dogs Ponies and Monkeys fll parts of ho ce on iA Mile Long of Golden Free Street Massive Open DelE and Cages Rare Wild and Costly Remember the date June 13 Obo Roberts closed his distil lory on last Saturday for time s son J1 hill bus been sto- act 111 keeper there for the post sows wecjrs J hc funcrnlofwGrnnt hri- t IUUC C l a 11 R eF phin church near Taulbpe Sun RevsLcofJohn L I CongrcsF adjourned last Satt- ay night More titan one bilfion foracera rlous puiposes 1IS IS a prdiislTurumBrrnnt of Athol who is at tho Good Samaritan Hospital Lexington under treatment mastoiditis visited his homo fol frorjiJFridhy till Monday of 1 improvedit and soon 0 ft e to return Bach returned from anville lust week where he had been attending time Law Depart Universitytrace lie Ili 1oC man several wodls auo and was sworn in as a member of this bar Monday lIe is a brother of J r c Bach VT Z EU lnkof 1iddwilbwho has been lumber companies nt Ford as log detective on tho 1brthnJld Mid die Forks of the Kentucky river for nearly twenty years will re sign his position Juno lath a engage in the summer resort hotel business at Oil Springs in Clark county IF A Lyon of Hcatlyville t1 tlhisfrom this district c e has been chairman of Democratic committee of L for sense time and led fight in his county for Senal IS McCreary irt tho 1906 iwimaw which McCrcxiry carried tl county bn lasgo majority I The names of the jurors placed tho wheel by E W Combs+ Win Terry and Sum Noble JuwCommissioners atthe last October m having been nil drawn out commissioners wore veto toned Tuesday and directed place 200 more names in tho jury wheel for service during the braSe of tho yearniTH Bcuris and T A Mar of riindmajn were stare on i p 3 E SrMighty Monarch of A3 TRAINED IIA T Oombs wus on business Thursday c IHlIS county but novr living at Long huntlnJeland captured hculi alit o 1 Sol Nicks while out diugi insane lust week futnda b t1gum with bees in it at the head a branch jnst under the top of hill He stated that it had be twent1asaid he supposed some one hud cut n bee tree and hired them and left Uiem there Harrison Clem t IhisrGcorgoln1n tcr of Lnmbric way here Monday ePaxton I I G W Johnson died at the home of his daughter Mrs D J YestIMay 23r3 He tans 88 aye and leaves a host of rela tiweeI C Spencer and W II SImckelford jittendod tlio com pmtnccmcnt exercises at Hartel Green Miss Edna SImckelford GosneyriHo was the guet of ar cousins Misses Betsey and Stella Shackelford from Saturday until 1 yon n talks of this place spent Sunda gathering sarrisw Among the anndd his cousin Mis Alice Ely from L1c5ttwas visiting oi Adele from Saturday attractioan ra necr pnssc d hero Saturday enroute t C altendcttlroe on y a thece l bitorti uC or 115 WrI t1J1 i atStnrlrCrockcttsvilleB The citizens of this part of the count have been pushing farm n ork very rapidly for the past 40 tow days trying to finish planting A vegv heavy hail storm passed 1ridnyfolargo bee swarm lost week ine brcccby hogs destroyed n ce potato patch of Mrs Amanda coInhnnover kd wotild adopt dfftw t1t I niwo q- E acEs- QAfLY J Animal Shows fromanseGlittering Paradijof Animals Saturday ofCampton Clemons Tl1etdaHerc GllmaraOva na tb dStJit sh would rash or bo n ni slVnar l3nptist lireach- th cr 1 UrOr rior hf Che State pdson 1e gram of lyrcemat S 4 k t hnrleyieatot 1 intittr ItfI is hot dswill be rpwnc B icithsucca + Sv PoPIIoof 7 e H HandersiIWyrlI Street OIP Ion Ofiise nlIJXIlNGTON IN KY 1 + 81nI Seeds Feed CoCloverk1 rn 11 ItIay5tr4r Hill Feed NOTICE OF SALE United States of America Knst ern District of Kentucky In the United States District dislrictI Pat fi ltun Bankrupt Bankruptcy No 502 dubItho Uijitad Slates for the Lasle Jistrit t of Kentucky on the 51 d2y of Mad A IX 1U08 1 will on Monday lone 22 1908 rat the Court Mouse door in Jnc outcryy to credit of six G months tho to SISamuel Eo Patton in the following four tracts of land situated i Brcathitt county Kentucky and bounded Wad described as follows 1 Lying between ekrilPs Sjrin r BrAnch and Lit CanoiJ and beginning on thell of tho video at a maple an oak thence n fi 0 1C poles to chestnut n2G w SO poles n so e SO poles s 1J e loci poles s 80 w 8limepoles to the hc iltHillin9 Beginning on tho ridgo be SpringBranchwhire oaks and Irclrury n 43 e GG llpoles te an oak n 15 w GO poles 57 e 30 poles to two onkst s 45 o poles s 70 poles s 9l w 80 poles n lOw ICO poles to the b ginning ontaining 50 acres nhic I lib diCockrrll IIForknine at tho mouth of Board Tree Brunch At the Upper end of Mary tholconditlonallilJQ isdulinVcst top of t Tetothc + point between said Hoard Trc1 Branch on which Irvine McDanicl lived in 1882 thence up said point to tho Collins hne thence with same to John Hensleys lino on sjtho point below snid Honsloyfif thqnc 11111 thohcnti f lli 1 r i th tllicr ellITO n IU anon s laud thence down said drain to tho Richie Irk thence down saidcreclc to a small Bra i ntisaid drain to the top of the point oppIll1e beginning loctsthe on t blots time mouth of Oinoy begin nine of Samuel Patton thence down Quicksand creak to Jure minim Cockrills line thence with the steno to the lower end of the old field to tho old Patton lino to Samuol Pwttons line thence with said Patlons lino to time end of the point bolow the grave yard to small black 0111s iiH w 23 poles a rock n 82 w 2J poles to the bo giiHiing enginSeriesby the slogan Gas Eneinc flu ufacturing Co of Winchester and now situated iil the plant millof tho Cleveland Lumber Timber Company in Jackson Ky also stock in the Cleveland Lurn phn1 r in described real property Store building and lot of ground Bronhwnky State of Kentucky bounded on one lothofrbeing It two story frame huildin andahtertainmcnt hnllon the second ensah sumo on a credit of six months said gasoline engine will bo theJIIIAltI1 IIndlotclaimrs + Bllers of said property will bo reo fpiircd to give bondwith good approved security for the iIU per VU4II J I Will UlllU HI1U con shnlhare beII v JOHN E PATRICK Bankruptcyfro G 11 I 1 Spring J 1A rasnion Exhibit Yo are pleased lo announce that we have 1eh Cl slll1meatlof sjring and summer millinery a large assortment of this seasons beautifulstytriinmccLhats both for street und dressr together with a superb oxhia hition of the capabiltiesiof 0111 own designer A special invitation is extended to a to visit onr millinery department = = = SPRING DRESS GOODS We want tilt dress goods trade of every woman in IJrenthitt and the surrounding country and we are cloaring all we can to got it We showing 11011biroo1s new weaves and new colors in dependable mcrehan disc for home sewing In this deIOf1tlltlllellt we arc showing some beau M tiful wool and silk dress fllbt 1esrHere also will be found every no cessity needed in a Avomans outfit = I nOR SPRING sAlf TRADEh tIs no v in full blast Not ill the i recollection of the oldest inhabitant did any merchant in Jackson carry 2 the nptodatc styles and qualities j you will find in our shoe department jj representing nit the prcsent day j fashionable leathers Every pairn ttlntot x brown patent dull and kid leathers CLOTHINgi5 1of Clothing Furnnishings and Hats for Men Boys and Children WELL you will make C9 a mistake if you fail to look throughour I stock before you buy your spring outfitI Ye1ffi both in ma ofJwellrlj known Stetson brands Come to us for your straw and Panama hats and light x weight underwear and other furnishings J= = h z = = =We are headquarters for Groceries Drugs Paints and Oils Hardware Stoves Tinware all kinds of Farming Implements Pocket and Table Cutlery and every thing you need r We carry the largest line bf Iron Beds in Eastern Kentucky Call for catalogue DAY BROS CO t w MerchandisedKSON KENTUCKY A t READ THIS GIRLS 4 And Enter Your Names the Contest y- In s11oare thinking of offering n free trip to Niagara Falls to the most popular young lady in llrcathitt county It will be n t six days trip and will include everything to be seen in Cincin cinnati Detroit Buffalo Niagnfn and Toronto and other side trips The contest will be open to every young lady of good character in Ureathitt county Every subscriber both new and old will be entitled to 100 votes x for each dollar paid on subscrip tion to Tho News and cnn vote them for whoever 1m pleases tho young tidy getting tho most votes to get tho free trip asnflicicnt number of young ladies signify their intention to enter tho contest F wo will put icon Juno 15 to last till August 10th as tho party will leave here August flab toitho young of Ice and Extill counties on tho slimeI conditions We trust know who will enter by June lout when wo will give n fuller description of the Jrip Isnac Combs of Campton was visiting relative + hero during the week t11nI Lovely and wife of Mcni co aro visiting friends here If you want K nice eau of home rendered lard call on II Collins tho meat man I lr c H Hurst who has had toNalbo out again IIJ A Stidham and Mrs Lucinda wereia marry iiI county court clerk n ImperialNcoal mines nro out on a striker From 10 to 00 men arc out of cm I ploymcnt on account of it Mr and Mrs J 10 Bach wore visiting Squire John Brown and r Sanford Brown of the lower Sundayut- t Henry S Barnett foreman of b Tho News office was visiting r ciidsJn LMlngtqn and Cincin A jfc Ball from luriiy till Monday I r t Everett Hack of Stevenson returned from Ucrea Thursdayi f1 rrwhere he completed the course in tho Normal Department of Berca college The Republican committee of this Judicial district meets at Ikattyvillo today to make final for the primary to InrrllllJemclIls20th lIon G W Scwell was at Lexington Wednesday lie says great preparations are being made for the Democratic convention which I will bo held there next Thursday iQ MrsJ II Ilantnions is attend lug the commencement exercises nt the Ashland College Versailles this week where her sister Miss Agnes Daniel of Bcattyvillc a graduates After a ten days risit with her t y parents llev and Mrs W W A c Green and sister Mrs Lee Woodward Mrs WalWr Whitat 3 kcr and three little sons returned t to their home in Cynthinnn last Saturday Henry Tumor who was sen tenced to the penitentiary for three years for the murder of Elijah Howard was paroled Tuesday lIe had served about half of his term A is claimed that the widow and children of the mur dered man signed a request for f ixrole The Republican campnitfn in this district is getting rather warm Judge burley and lion Z T Hurst spoke at Campion Monday hazel Green Tuesday Leo City Wednesday and at Wil II lrst Thursday to good crowds They were accompanied on their tour by a brass band Judge Adams met them at Leo City nnd v Wilhurst y The pastor of the Baptist church will begin a series of sermons next Sundiiy on Tho Mission of the- Timet Church at the Present rJSubject at 11 a m The Church and Its Fellowship At 730 p m Tho Characteristics of a Successful Church A hearty in vitation is extended to the men of- a to town to attend especially the evening services tt 1 II I rJ n f ILIFE SENTENCE Creech On Compromise Verdictt limo court has been engaged for time past week in the trial of felon cases Robert Collins charged with lreaking into tin L ifc grehht ear and taking goods therefrom wits given ono year in the Ilcn len tiary Stephen Brewer charged with malicious putting and wounding Jell Brewer with intent to kill was acquitted Allen Creech charged with tho murder of Charles Robinson was sentenced to life imprisonment We understand that a largo IIIH jorjly of tho jury way for tho in fliction of tho death penalty nnd only after three days deliberation finally agreed to a life sentence in order to make a verdict Tho cases vs Beech IIurgiK Dan White and Kd Mullins were continued The juries wore disclmrged Thursday after a ten days session The Roger Spicer case which was presided over by Judge Bcckner wits given to the jury Thursday afternoon and on this morning re turned a verdict of not guilty nnd tho court was finally a journdii uncouth of time Upllblicall primary which conies off Juno 20 in which some of the oHicera of tho court are interested Divorces Kd Callahan and his wile were divorced from each other by order of the court Tuesday Mrs Cal lahan was restored to her maiden name of Spicer Mrs Mary K Stidham and Scott Stidhum were divorced front each other Tuesday Mrs Slid linen was restored to her former name of DeatorTe Brother Kills Sister Jimmie Dixon tho six yrar old sonof J A Dixon of Klkatmva killed his eightyear old sister Maggie Dixon Thursday evening by hitting her in tho side of UK head with a rock Tho killing i supposed to bean accident Bud Tolson wits hit on the tread with n club by JcfT Davis Jail Sunday near Obe Koborts It walffirsT reported ifiatTokon wa killed and Davis was landed ii jail but tho wound proved not ti be serious and ho was released 01 a small bond is Mrs L has been in the at ington under for of knee and hip joints homo She is now able to walk with the aid of anda brace to keep the joints in The rink closed for the season last night Miss ilcnnio liven won the first prize for tho most woman in The second prize was to Miss Golf and tho third was won by Bessie Dr C B who is npw living at came up Mon day and will be here weeks I for the of I Ud Report of Grand Juryf 1 Tho grand jury adjourned after returning 120 in3 dictments 36 or moro than one fourth one man Jjerc for the illegal sale or tvhisky Most of the other indictments I Nero for misdemeanors I sincecommittedtho last term Tho following is the report of tho jury submitted to tho court I We the grand jury of county desire to make the following land report Wu have been in session for a of days this I term of court and have made into the I tho various crimes and ollenaeSj that have been county and not hereto fore investigated We have and filed in to court 120 indictments nnd have from all parts of tlto county the crimes and offenses the can be seen from the of indictments that have been re turned of the liquor laws that we have given this form of evil our closest and ws hoRl that the indictments and investigations will check if they will not stop these obnoxious evils We have the public ollices in the court house and the jail and the privy mind them in fairly good except that the are in such in the upper side of the jail that and other things can be handed in from the There has been some complaint on the part of the of tho county overseers of roads for failure to keep the roads in repair and wo recommend that the roads be in better re pair and that tho county should notify the and overseers of roads to take steps for the improvement of the pub lic There are other matters that might have been investigated by this jury but it seems that the that have been made persons will have a to these and Hhers in tho violations and infractions of the law Wodesiro to express our nc to the Jadgc of BIG SPECIAL SALE to OFh Trimmed Millinery VBEGINNINGX MONDAY JUNE 8TH Every trimmed hat In our house will be offered at less for your unrivalled chance Everybody can afford at one more hat J W PREWITT SOUTH JACKSON NEAR DEPOT Minerva Hauins hospital ThoI treatment cation the returned Monday crutches place Saturday popular Jackson awarded Victoria Miss Iloskins Dickson Lntonia several practice dentistry Tuesday against Bryant Breathitt period eight during present diligent inquiry Hrcathilt returned examined witnesses touching various against lawIt number against violators public fttUntiou examined public andwe condition windows condition weapons outside people against placed ollicials surveyors highways charges against various tendency decor knowledgments than cost cash Here least this court and Commonwealths Attorney and the County Attorney and tho other officers of this court for tho faithful and efficient discharge of their duties during this term of court andwe commend their work and their efforts for the enforcement of the law to tho consideration of tho people And tinnllwe express the hope that these investigations and these efforts may be taken bnilwho are truly concerned in the enforcement of the laws in the uP1411ildinI condition wherein all men shall meet each other as brothers and there will be a uaitod aim for the 1rn NM Nr-V Lt r rj N BLAKE l1 f- lrl I Good lews to Those Who i i Wear Shoes rFor the next ten days I will 1Iper ce W tlntycustomer but will leave you m with a smile that wontI 1wear off You will find prices h I 1onmy goods as low as the J lowestiI t y J R BLAKE r bb V = 7 1 ELECTRICLIllTSCO t1 ami convenience very great- The K T V I expects to make only a- reasonablerofit and to give firstclass Pembertonwiring at co- stFLAT RATE1 lamp 16 c p per month 75 2 lainps each 65 3 to 5 lamps 16 c p each 55 6 to 10 lamps 50 11 fo 25 lamps 40 26 10oJer JacJ JIsf 1 Electric Hydraulic + Mfg Jcommon weid and when the moral and intellectual and religious influences shall combine to lead mankind I to a brighter nnda better day C W I Puou Foreman AUCTION SALE j Of Watches Saturday July 4th 1908 j4 I have on hand at tho S D Fleenor Jcuclry Storo a lot of watches that hivo been repaired by S D Fleenor and held for charges These watches have been hero from two to live years and will be sold for tho charges and as much more as they will bring at public outcry to the high est bidder unless redeemed by the owner before the 4th day of July 1908 The following is 6 list of the names of time persons who left tho watches for repair and the amount of repair charges on each Dave Cornett 2fc JordonAr rowood 200 Bill Berry 140 Johnson Brewer 115 Dave Bo lin 176 Charles Chouso 50c F F Caldwell 200 John D Crawford 200 Hoy Crawford a50 Robert Collins 75c S D Caudill 200 Pearl Cornett 300 Estill Couch 150 Nobcrry Combs 25c James Dcaton 375 Hales Ed wards 200 John Fletcltcr 100 O B Gay 140 Curt Gross 50c A Mr Iladdix 150 Boyd lint tot 200 Simon Isom 200 Grant Isom 200 John Keith 27i Steve Melntosh 300 Tom McPherson 55c James Oaks 200 J M Pickelsimer 200 Wm Patton 215 John liolen 100 Elvin Robbins 175 G B Rose 250 W It Villiston 25c George Ualiegh 300 Robert Robinson 200 Mays Wren 250 Ancc Robinson 100 Isaac Smith 3 50 Harvo Strong 100 Wayne Size more 35c Henry Fallin 125 G I W Taulbeo 300 J P Turner 200 J W Walker 250 I Allof said watches not ro deemed I will oiler for sale at the IS U Flconor Jewelry Store or lr J 1J I Saturday the 4th day of July 1JOS between tho hours of 10 a I m andn p m and they will alll positively be soldat somo price Como everybody and get a good watch at your own price G W FIiKENOU Executor W A Young of Morehead who has been engaged for the defense of Beech Ilargis was hero during tho week CUT GLASSand WEDDING SILVER Articles of beauty and usefulness 75c to 5 and upward UELIAULH QUALITY LOW PU- ICKSHeintz JEWELER Main St opp Phoenix LEXINGTON KY KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings I New Discovery II FOR cOUCHS OLDS TrW FRIeRI AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED 8ATI8FAOIOB OR KONBY HEffUNDED 1 T I l 1 t1 rn This is the Question Whether it is bettor to keep your money inn drawer or safe and dole it out in payments of accounts and bills or to bank it and pay by check Thero can 10 but one answer to this bank it and check it ontoJOPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH USI tIt will systematize your affairs teach you bring you into contact with the best people of the Three Per Cent Interest Paid on Time andrSavings Deposits t tor q JACKSON DEPOSIT BANKWJAC- KSON KENTUCKY 4 E g 1l 11 W MIXED w- m w m lh h WR y it Just received a full line W 1 11l1ftI which we guarantee J 1tl l m t TK t Jl r i Will cover more space lastgII longer and look better than V Calld1V J1and see color cards and ket1lfs 1 prices AFLtiF 1 iJ r 1t Spi Sec 1 0cJatksonDrullim 1 jP ee e wHiH H H H ivltIF h9 lIrotlcPoS i H Hw HiH H p x o i 0 t you Will Get All Thatsii I 16 I S Coming to YouF i G rf THERE IS NO FAKERY It F In our method of business for every Collar gj yon pay us you got ono hundred cents valab Jn Q return 1 V IFti We Believe in Square Treatment isjJ Your moneys worth nil tho time Wo might l use up a pogo of space talking about our goods 0 m thou you wouldnt know how good they are COME TO OUR STORE I u its So you can seo for yurselfthns the surest way i 9 m l i Crawford d Co i tFJACKSON KENTUCKY s 0- i FieYJiMsFFiFIikGlsFirFouOL n giiiiiiiniiiijiiiiiijuiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiimiw MAHTIN T1tELLYAT- TORNEY= AT LAW 2- c OFFICE IN HUltST IlIG f= = = JACKSON KY = wiiiiiiiiiiiiiittiiiiiinuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiJ fcJ I JI Du U P DUFF PmsICIS tN1 S JcKsosly I nuEosj 1 DK C II IIUHSi PHYSICIAN AND SUKOEON Office in Postoflico Building LPhone 54 Jackson KyI 0 J Mjjir1 I have moved to McCormick near Campton Junction where i makingl nR I MonumentsAND IAn ono wanting anything in will please write mo at I Ky Iwill maIm monthly visits to Jackson hope allmy friends rill save Ind1ttorders for me I I Its M1 SBBLYf r it P 1 I jIIt tw 4uuijm I t j i I d 4cI i ir 1 1 j tI- x 4 tI n MR PRATT in A TALl Or THE CAVE S J ISfIEIt roite ByArJoscph ti Itj v Go ri ht lOOT o ps Bnrnc3 Co1uIaflyI ICHAPTER XII MIll Sparrows Diagnosis Kuroka was on band bright and early thu next day and It dldnt take mo long to too that she was worth her salt She took hold llko a goodono mid hud breakfast and a mighty good breakfast ready right on time I dout know when Ive enjoyed a meal like I done that one sure all the whno that I hadnt got to turn to nnd wash s tho dishes afterwards I went out to my gardening feeling like a sick man who had turned the corner and was on tho road to getting well again And from then on the Natural Llfo was easy for all of us for quito a spell Tim now girl was a wonder M far as doing work was coivcernod SheVl go through Marcellus old homo like a hurricane sweeping and duiIi nnd singing Sho was niost always singingthat Is when she want talk log She had a queer program af t music too running from hymn tunes 1 to conga shed heard tho boarders use over atUho hotel One minute twould I i be Land Ahead Its Fruits tAr I itWaving and thenext meeting some p4 body In tho shade of the old apple u tree1 One day I come In and she was jpipingup about how everybody In her houso worked but her dad or words to q that effect Hollo says L Did you malco that i up out of your head No sho says Its a now oiw I that Lycurgus heard over tp the OlllI- L 1H0mB house It Bounded so as If twa made for our family that It kpdo stuck In Lyscrawand he come homo iVand toM 11 to mOtNR Jverbdy works bUt ftherg V Arid ots roun i J SKtrled ifon pa 3last night sljo S SDi on Thought it might Jar ntm sonic but It didnt Ite said twas funny Maybe Id think so toot If I was him SLOW Hartle laugned when ho SIbeing1ng Slio tldded thj Twln I- maSttOIlI anyway Shl was nii sharp asa whlp nl1dns lwnt asa Quaker parson When her irst pay day cote she set her Muarcdtocd boot down and simply wmildnot take tho extry two dollars wtfges Sho said J even a hog Knew whn It had enough and she want a Aog Martin told me he was going tq make It up to her rome other way TJhe Heavenlles WItS Cf1 SEUfhty Interested Ill her but uuL more k so tfl1tI45tIn thorn She and I lIULlgmo great confabs f 4 Ibhua iwe Shewa1Ioae tqgtIior t m questto whytthey ISr hlri hls f ID1 4uthey used to live and all7 I tdld r Borne of what Lord James had I Ii ks9 told aleIloft out r kabout the engaged tjuslnoss because It want any of her affairs lCrl rightly speaking Course twant none of mine neither but somehow Id get to feel that I was a sort of father to them two cracked New Yorkers J r Do you think theyre crazy she asks Nate Scuddcreays they act as if they was- Youve0 got me says I 1 otnt made mymtd yet wiajjnaiccs em o nI il1mln1 every she wanted tp knat httake a bath I guess rnaya Van lirunt told ino he always aoolhhls plunge whoa he was homo She nodded quick as usual Urn 0 huraBays she Ive read about lpJ Thqjrdo it In toe marble swimming t o llnhle gar1ns otto ducal man Ilion SrndithtireB os around S and fountliln and njd1tIngalestn lug and music perfumed air And when theyve got all scrubbed up theres velvetfooted menials to tan em and give em 7 tmtheoah to smoke Want to know I says Whats hasheesh Plug cut or cigars Tnlnt neither said she Its some lad of stuff that makes your dream about beautiful women and things 1Vell tho dont have that hero They smoke cigars nnd clg I nrottes And Ive smoked both of era arid my dreams was maJnly about how much work I had to do Nightingales are birds aint they Wora pretty thy on nightingales over hero to I Horsefoot but mabo the gulls make that up Gulls dont Ins HO more 1 than hens but they screech enough for six Where did you iJu all this stuff I 7 afrom anyway 7- L got It out of library books and the Home Comforter 801113 old Miss kPaine over In tho village lout her the C mfortor every week as fast as she I got through with it herself Eureka had never been to tho city nor any I fai whores further than Eastwlch and hor ideas about such things was tho ciyieere4t mlzcdup mess of novel trash ant sinarJUoftrder8 lies that over 1was That and hat shod read in tu newspapers She said she was s s to tho city some day whon her showed UII I 4 Whats your Idea of a flrstclass af r I finity I asks looking for Informa tion I didnt know whether twas an I 4 animal or a cart 4 it5VoJl says elio hes got to bo tv and have chests and chests of gold and jewelry Further j than that I aint made up my mind c yet She saldwhen slip did go the would sew up her money in the waist of her drees and if a confidence man or a trust or a policeman tried to get It away from her glus bet hed have Jtrouble on his hands Policeman says I What would 1 i ho be doing trying to steal your r money PMIcemen aint thieves it t They aint hey she Bays City + c J 9Li1jvn2u htt 1 guess you aint read I p i 4 C p s a nutrti abuut cm Sue iml the pnllce committee tmh a stack of three or fauryoarold newspapers nnd theyd liice her fars policemen Wns oonceno4a I She didnt take azitIlt Hart j iQjV big down our way for his Ml1UlShe said she had made up her I mlnfi What was the matter with him Whntnlls hlis snyssho laGW- GlrW says I Yu Hes In love I sit back and looked nt her Mind c U I hadnt cald one word about lnsfi Pngo or tho busted engagement G tfoitr I says llnafiy What did hetome here for then Thoro aint female native In this neighborhood wouldnt stop a elOckprnto- mpany exempted of course It dont make no difference lies n love and lies come hero to forget his JfrdtlWos You never read False but or tho Undo Horoft did you I thought not Why East Wall mouth Is Glory alongside of some PBMS that yoii K men In lovo goes to You wait Ill Hud out that girls name some of these daysv She said that Van Brunt want In love which truck mo funny knowing what 1 did Twant so very long after this that tho Heavonllos and me drove to South Eastwloh to visit the Fresh Air school I u ont think Hartley would have gone If it hadnt been tllRt hIs name was specially mentioned In the note frwu Agnes Even then Van had to say that be wouldnt go unless his ohitm did We loft Eureka to keep house It- t seemed to suit her first rate You watt till that Scudder manI comes she says to me I talk to Mm about tho milk hes beenp leaving Whats the matter with It I asks Aint ho giving full measure Not of milk he aint she says Its too white to wash wltlfljfld too blue to drink Im going to toil him weve lot a pump ourselves The = stwlch scftool was a big old farmhouse with considerable land around It The youngsters had lots of room to run and carry on All hands w 11 at the door to moot us Agnesand- MtMTalfiml grid Ucdny and all tile Inmates The Hcayenlles had stopped ln ho ylllaKe anti got a Us rawer Ml Aboalrweicgme but when the children saw hat freezer i The ladles shook hands with us and asked us ln Lord James was there IiI all his glory You could see that ew Job suited him down to his shoes No hard world nosalllng or such like good cosy bosses end plenty of pick ling on tho side I Judged t turned die hone and carriage over to him under protest and we went into the house First ofull Ed said the girl turning to Van brunt I want to ihank you on behalf of the phildran for your kindness in sending thorn the fruit It is delloloijs You should see the dears every day when the express man comes with tho basket Van lookpd jmszlod Fruit he says I dont understand Do you know anything about fruit skipper I pleaded not guilty Hartley didnt seem to hear U9 was busy talking with Miss Talford Why says Agncss Qoesnt II come from you 7 We have been reedY fng tho lq1 J 11n15ftrultCMffi Boston every morning I thought of course you had ordered Jt fpr us Didnt you roally Van shook Ws betd It tnkos a man with the ordinary mount of brains and thoughtfulness to do things like that he says Im miles below the average In such things In on but caroleepness and general idiocy Im I Dear on tie market Here Martini Miss Talford piaoiio pxcUBO him fox a moment will you Martin 5F9 you responsible for this fruit Hartley was so sunburned that you couldnt have told If ho did blush Out ha acted nervous and uneasy It was nothing he said I know the youngsters liked such thlngsand the stuff you get hero Isnt eatable Thon James Is a succoss Miss Tal ford you say lint he didnt get off quite as easy as that Agciea looked up surprised am I thought pleased That yqu Mr Hartley she saW It was kind of you and very thoughtful Of course the Talford girl thanked him too lie acted a good deal like ho wished ty hadnt come Iut I guess that feeling wore off after a while It seemed to me that Miss Page was conslderableipleasanler to him than Id sean her yet Sh talked to him more and there waot- so much of that chilly tiandsoff kind of manner in her volco Two or three times they seemed almost friendly as you might say and toward this end of the day Hartleys blueness that was always with him when she was In srghthad pretty nigh disappeared He seemed quito happy for hImnot his usual careless dmtcaro kind of Jol- lIty olthor Ono Hilng that I think Agnes noticed was the way the boy Redny stuck to him You could see that the little chaps idea eta firstclass brlck was Martin Hartley And another sure thing waa that Kedny was the Page girls favorite She was always run ning after him to see what he was do Ing that he didnt got but pr such 1I1teOno time when shed gone on this kind ot an errand and tho Twins and Miss Talford and me was left to gether I spoke up and says That small fire top Is considerable on Miss Agnes mind aint her Margaret Tnlford laughed lies the apple of liar oyo flays she She fairly worships him Im sure I dont know why tar hoa the worst mischief maker In tho school DpI Agnes sym pathy seems to run to the black sheep Were you a black sheep Mr Van Brunt Van shook hU head very solemn I was says lie but tho cleansing In fluence of the Natural Life has removed the upper coating You can sell that she doesnt find it necessary to run after me I latter myself that Im rapidly bcoomlng what Is It that our new cook sings skipper Oh yesi Walter than snow Do you notice my citlllAgnesPray dont iiys be Im not aRe- etlicj C 9rlt 1St1ng qjIc I S If IL L Suppbse you keep an eye onnne IAI ljnndwas A them two Just nomsonso but they seemed to cnjey It first rate At dinner Van entertained the crowd as usual with stories about tho sland and our doings on It Ito how the Ark upset and twas tolilI ono gh anyhow but whea hed embroWorlng It twas a regular crazy quilt Then ho begun with Eureka Ho didnt know much about Washy except from the girls Talk for Hartley nor me hadnt teld much of our ox perience So all he said was that tho old man was sick Agnes Page seemed n good deal interested After theyd finished eating she asked me considerable many ques Lions Is ho aU alone there the poor sick man she asked No nol says I ThOrns children enough to h lp out a whole hospital Hes alljftlsht But those chlldrejn ought not to nave to sty at says she They need tho air and exorcise and schooling They dont look as If they wits wasting away I told her Eurekae as good as a ma to emantI better than a parer pa anyway Sho seemed t6 be thinking The poor fellow she says referring to Washy I Judged I must drive over and see him I told her Hartley had promised to help Kuroka She seemed real pleased Her face kindbf lit up She walked away then and dlUht say no more Lord James and mo had our dlnuor together I pumped hIm about the girls and how lib liked era Theyre all right he saysT As perfect ladles anti as generous and opon gnhdas I couldwlsh Which Jo you likeTiosC1I asked I arent no oliotce JiB says Miss Page is a good ousokeapor Almost too good If I may say It A lady trdnt ought to meddle with ousehold at falrsnot when sho has a competent man 3 0 attend to om for or Miss ral ford now shos different Id lIko to work for er always ymiy sho aint going to be Mrs ItBrunt Instead of tother says I Thsn youd have ap easy berth Don t It svom tp j NU that Miss Page and yeur boss elnt any tso thick for on gaspd folks No indeed says hs scornful Lord low you youd ought to see some married folks as Ivo worked roc Wy liord Enry and or ladyship they Ho was on his EnglUh tack now nnd you never could get him off It when he was started good I didnt get much satisfaction out of him I gtit igoro n while later thought Just afore we started for homo Hart I Is He All Alone There the Poor Jth fvl3n ley and the Page girt come walking down the poroh together They want saying much when I first saw em but all at once she says Mr Hartley there Is one thing I must ask you You paid Dennis the live rnC8tH Judges Oh thats all right he answers fidgety I think probably I did 1 dont rcmyraUar I tlujugUt not says she Now you must permit me to pay it to you The boy Is uile my charge and I shall insist upon It He was pratH short and sharp I thought No really ke said Ive forimitofjjjtbo affair entirely No doubt e already It was lI th- Ing of course and the bey was jlluoky and I took a fancy to him7 She insisted but be wouldnt glp In At last she says looking hard at hlrett think she says that your siam plo life Is doing a great dttal for you t Yow have Improved In many ways I hnvo Heard things goad things abotit you that surprhiod me Im very gJad lib didnt answer Just then the valet brought the carriage up to tho door and twas time to say goodby I waij pretty Uckled with the days work take Jt altogether Eureka get after mo soon as we was hash to tbo Island and she asked a coupLe dt toa of questions Sue wanted to know all about ti1 school and especially about thelage girl and her ehum foil aint told me aH you know says she ftiwlly XTell tho rost of It Whit relation Is this Agitbs Page to Mf Hartley- I said she want no relation 1 At last sort of in 14tH defense I whole yarn about the tQldtlioI Vans engagement I moan She bobbed her head I so says she I dont cars If Mr Van Brunt Is engaged to tho Paso one He alnlt lij lovo with her And Mr Hartley II- IWbatare you talklngftbout says I COOHH I could got my breath Just what I said Hellq Jove with Miss Page A And Im going to help him get her Ilumph says I You be hey Well how about poor Van What do you want to shove him out into the I cold for Ha aint done anything to you has he I She shook her sunbonnet sad Joojcei wise Thals nil right she says Ive got my Ideas abet him too Apwaypi Jn to kelpMrUar- C 11 7 iFlicrs FOR SICK IWOtyyEWt1 JLYDIA E PINKHAM No other niodUino has boon so sticcossful In relieving tho BUiloring of woiucn or iveiveu so ninny gen irino testimonials ns has Lyriiii K 1LimklutiIi8VCgttilIt CIIiilbouHtl In ovciy connuunity O1 will Ibid women who haw been restored to health Lydia E Pmkhams Vcg etablo Compound Almost every one you me t line cither boon bone filed by it or 1im frigials vhoIiave In tho Pinidiam Laboratory nt Lynn Jassnnywoinananydayjnay peo tho over ono m lion ono linndrcd thousand letters front women seeking health and hero arc tho letters in which they state o3er their own thnttheero cured by jAdia E llnkliamsNT tftMo Compound Lydia K Plukhnms Vegetable hog saved manj women snrgicaloMratlollsJ Vepotublo Compound is niivde from roots and herbs dmgs and is whole someTanti hnriuJbss ilie ifSIt 1iy T3lia E Pink- hams Colupoulid Is so Buccosxful is beititIt contains in 1I11fllIJto n hcal h Women u IQ uiu rfufleriiig from those distressing ilIpeculiar to their Fei shoul not tlieso faets or d u ttbofthl1lt of Lydia li PMikhams Vipgdiable Compound to restore their liealth hey 4 I thought andHftougbt And then Without CJtactl i4an1xig to I spoke Icy tbout O II I b Hvf lJ1dJCltr you help him says 1 b waflt a b iijpNd iluraph eh J871i ftoilw4 Vouve- been ryftIglihuh for aver to lotJtt10 v vt tank of that TlMro YnnrD fthliI t low or dull fIut tt S1flr 4 gr nt riougli to fret otfvi l Ft7- I 0 u lTai it CI I Ut tiae filet weajh Cik h Ij rtb along and 011cc day ou 11I4nil ss i gQOddeal him tli nxt z t Ahfl yet It seemed to mo that thefe was HtUa c ftxgop Fqr Bataape UK IaMItt hpnk the UnveImIy Twins a- itt it coaiiuupui islItIeh ii thing its M newspaper or UIla was what Van Brunt callod an atibmlnatlon I cmldnt get a pupifr oven to kindle Ire with had to uM poverty grats for hat that xuw Ih t 9tll A1 llfe rwon laid oa the d1iri room tna m piece most ot the limp with a layer of dust on Iti andVSoudder fetched the Boston ondtNew Vrk newspaper every day Aim magazines and books bun to come in tile ma- liremlnberJariaIj1artleysotJ reading lilt t Turk gv plnp vtthlft part of It hu called the tlnatjaljl Itaee All at once fie spoke By Jove Van hx sills C lMpl dated Tea Lead U ufthroe politii firom It sokf qyotatKjjs Thoro must be bomctblng dUug Van locked at htJy kind of sad and disappointed i Martin says b are ybu falling t from grace Get top behind me Sat Give me thitrtlnanclal iheet Urtley laughed dud tossed It oven therelb5 li flh TUaipUD It up and ibovlug It iBtiTfilt pockei ThaI listurbing liitiiienctla out pr the way Lot us discuss the Blmplo and aatle fylng subject of agilculturo Thoro Is pn irtlcji oq The hOme Onrden In this months IUttIIcmtl TuG UrAl Gentleman which should be Jnstiruc tlva to our friend ajr Pratt plower pf sea and soil Skljfper lent me your earsijj rff um thuta s orh 11 Then he ooznxiii 0d tu rlll tbat magazine out loud to mo very Boleran and stopping every onco in a wUfl to ehyck In eintc rldlculoi s ad rice on hJI ojvn gccwint This had Rot ffl be a regular thing pvory bit of farm HOWS J had to F Tbf pjrrt p was Vans pet Jokti VhBt says he when thoVeadlng was done Is tho latest crop bulletin Sol I have the honor to report says I that fiom the i present outlook v sib ve two cornstalks one to mafter vine mid thrw cucumber plants really lij sight by toraqrfpw morning That Is It tho sand dfmt blow In and pover 0111 up In the night ptfodP lie says I inovo that tho repoH bji accepted Martin dont let me ytrtj wasting your tlmo on the frivolity of the utroet ih81 thofO are surh serious matters to claim our at tcntlorf1vtilfb was all rlgllt only that very aftornoou J saw him himself out be hind the loarll readjn I bat Post fi nancial page and lodlilug mighty In terested They wore more Jimloua to be doing things than when tfiy first come Hartleys health Wall improving all the time and that probably accounted for his liveliness I took em sailing wantedjoflaband t 1l I Cr rA w Weatonacrmxtseatterahe- oIr i I baed aTow luit the Twin rouMit hit 41 of with A crnaon tollicy dldqllinVo no luck Tint a llttt later Vim wont oat alone with Nate gpuddor ned Ill ho blo stel If ho dltlnt como back with a dozen pee and ringneck Than tboway IMt crowed ovor me and Martin was wadalou till a week later Hartley himself isout gunning with Nato nnd retched 1Wao 1C bigger and better than hit chums And after thja of courso twas nothing but what agrat hunter Souddar was and rubbing I Into mo Tho hotel bcnrdurs nnd the town folks was mighty Interested In tho Ozone islanders bythls tlmo Tho pie nlc boats from tho Old Comfort house generally sailed close to our point to give tho passengers a chance to look our outfit over Sometime tha boats stopped and then tho Twins would take an observation from an upstairs window and If thoy liked the looks of the crowd would come down sad- keep what called upon house Open house always meant moro work for Kurska and me Lucky for us twas pcetty aoldom that tho hear onllos liked their callers looks well enough to open up Tho Baptist minister anti his wife came over to call There was going to be n lawn fete nod salo at tho church pretty sooiTr and tho idea was to Rot tb6 Twins to donate some thing Van Ilrunt was full of his high Jinks that day and ho tool that poor parson and his wife In tow First ho carted em out to tho hen yard Ho paraded up antI down In front of the coops pointing out Iho Bcrajgsly Plymouth Hocks as If they- witsonio kind of freaks hike 01- trlchllslilalle said they ate a bag at corn a day anti laid ono egg a week so ho flggerod that every egg was worth five dollars or so What did tho parson think of a donation of half u dosrn ot thom eggs Not to ont you understand says Van bat as null Irs as curloiltleslj The minister was a young fell or nUt long out of college and pretty straight laced lint he had some fun In hint If I might suggest ho says t think one of the hens Uiemtelvw would be moro acceptable and troflt able Antong our summer people there Isn groat demand for Antiques Now ono of those hepg That tickled Van He told Hartley afterwards that tho mlnlatw Was a trump Ho donated llbemlinof with eggs nor poultry nolthor and prom lied that ho and Hartley would attend tho sale And they did And so did Eureka and pie The lawn fete was hold In the meeting house front yard and twas sit rigged up fine with Hags anJ tissue paper and buatlng There was a a grab beg sad n pake table and a fancy goods table and I dont know what all All the summer folks was tiero sad most of the town women saul glrja and the prices chnrgwi for things would have been highway rob bury It it hadnt been a church that WB charging era Tho HcaveallM bought and bought and bought They bought everything the fooltsbest things Van bought three pair of embroidered eucpttdera sail a ctochttitfiuMdy ned a pin cash Ion nndAt I taOrsI afghan ii4IIIId I tift I1tf so fresh that the paint come off dn your hands whit you touched It And twant nay quiet colored paint nolth w And when you rubbed off ono layer Ihero was another underneath Lu rtta Daniels daughters had panttI It sho wn ptlnK eaiqs gad her ma RAid that shed isatuti tlut pillow over much us a dozen times because ho colors want blending right or the subject didnt suit her Twat so stiff with paint on top that twould have been like ramming your head Into fence to lay on It We stayed till most everything was sold but 1 JJ1 pobln UM guilt that thb Christian juvupert At tlie peer house had made Nobidy seemed to want that although they was guy rags enough In It to build a rainbow Tho ministers wifo sold she was so sorry The poor things at the almshouse had worked so hard You wait mlniHe Wiya Van Ill get rid of thU He teok out his vest pocket memo randum book and tore about ten pages Into little squares Then he made numbers on these square with a pen nil halt uf these Jie put Into his hat nail tho next I knew ho was standing on a chair waving the bed quilt with one hand and the list with tother Ladles and gentlemen he shouts Horo Is positively the last chance to secure this magniflcontoroPIoni bryitin mado b he deserving poor to covor tho rCWess rich Competi tion huts been so strong that no ono person en aWe to buy It Time only solution would be a syndicate ann tho almshotiso Is opposed to trusts Therefore I am gujhorUed to then he bont down and whispered Mr Morton kindly give mo whatever small change you have left Tho minister looked puzzled but he handed up a half dollar Van Brunt roaches Into time list and tnkuv wit one of tho folded slips of paper Here you are sir says ho Treas ure that as you would your life Now thou ladles and gentlemen this Is a I minister starts It Tickets IreanythlnG you pltjasi prqvIitei In early and vold the rush Thero was a kind of gasp from ail tho church people Tho members of the sowing circle looked at cash other with tho most horrified kind of faces The parson Mr Morton run forward Just 8 minute Mr Van Brunt It l1utI Tho sum mor come tickets Ilk a whirlwind laughing and sbouUIlt- and passing up dollar bills Twant hardly any time aforo the hat was I pmpty and tho Twln Jacket pocket I was full of money Then he fills up paperInum t i will now take lore mill JIt enjbs a ijto shaver 1Iy tho coat collar lifts him up to the chair t Old lady Patterson tho deacons wlfff set up a scream j Stop1 she yellstMy child shall i a f ri M aS J I not It takes but a moment mAdam says Van waflng to tier oalm onsjr Now Julius Caesar plcasu andIono t those numbm from tho Here II Positively the Last Chance to Secure This MlIgnltlcentercr erLambrykln The boy reddened up and grinned aid looked foolish but he stuck a freckled paw In iird took out a ploco of iper tallM1lrEverybody unfolded their papers but there didnt seam to be any 14 Hartley had three but ho want In It Number 14 Van calls Who Is I IT Mr Morton you began this Where Is your ticket t Tho minister looked dreadfully troubled Really ho stammered IIt was a mistake I I Heros yours Mr Morton says a little girt You dropped It on the ground Thnparsonyoofced pretty sick H reached for It but Van got It Ont Number 14 It lsidsays OUI 8fIbo Three choem for Mr Morton cbupraIorago wild I thought- I forgot how inuuh was In Vni Brunts pocket That bedqullt retch t In enough money to pretty nigh buj tile poorhouse Itself The Twin felt good They 11 6S rod that theyd tuado a hit at that lawn tote1 j Great succoss my raffle Idea wasnt It skipper Lays Van Brunt on tho way home I didnt answer right off Eureka spoKe up- Well she says IL sold the Lied quilt but I wouldnt wondor If It made tho new minister lose his Job You see twit gambling and that ohureb Is dreadful down on gambling Mrs Patterson told mo that she should have her husband call a pariah meet lug right off I guess you wont ba Invllod to no more sales tbli yoor And wo want ttfjr Jlrliruhftd p1ainfla1l1tfboIt heavy pit the Twins Ho had to- J1rvacht sermon giving gcMbllng flu end nil ttrSund town twas nothing but how dissipated and wlaked tbf Hnftv enllM was Wo wl ftl fr decent folks to MeorlHt wiih hint i altit been able to learn von yet that tho bedqullt money was re turned to tho ticket buyers Van got a long letter from Agnes Page a little later saying that she had heard ot him as a disturbing In fluonce and that she was shocko flU IrlnJokoJiajo Hcudiier was glad of the whole business He didnt vant nobedy qlso to be milking Ills own pot cows Me and Eureka was glad too In a way Wo Judged that Vans being In dlsgrnco with his girl would help hart lays side along And In C fey days another Idea t 0gus lo develop that Iffheu I found It out seonird to me likely to help him more Eureka told mo that shod seen A dross pattern at tho church sale tlItsho wanted awful I bar why she Didnt bl Ic nnd she said IIhocouldntsay It and he loafed out Into the kllch inmnqilagshe done with her mon y After shod gonolioroa llt enys to me Skipper that girl Is robbing her self to support that old loafer her rather Thats right says I Its tIty opinion that she nlnt noV r toll him that she aint ottill t that extry two dollar H wook I guess she pays every cent Into the house Its a shame says he Cant we make tho old vagabond earn his own living Whbn you do I says Ill belov that hlacki the hJumlB shade of white Making Washy Sparrow work would bo as big a miracle as tho loaves and flshouHo thought a such Seli I meal to look Into Limo matter lio says Sol I want you to find out ylio qiyns that apology for H house they live it Dont auk Kuroka Wo must keep It a secret from her or shell Interfere And we may as well not tell Van either Hos so careless that he might give it away AlI right says I Ill ask Scud don He knows most nil of every bodyq business anti Huldy Ann knows the rest So when Nato come after breakfast next morning I asked him What do you want to know for says he suspicious as usual Oh nothing Just curious thats drThey aint going to There out are thoy Ho seemed mlgljty interested No nol says I Wherod they move to Think theyre going to Washington tQ visit tIle president or tho diplomatic corpse Vell he says you neednt get mad I didnt know but they mlght ba coming over here I dout mInd toll lag you Huldy Ann my wife own- stklMo1 U VS3 jg totgpwj a S I was EurpilBd Ho was n regutir sandflea for bobbing up whore you didnt expect to 5 SbodOQa hlnlItho land rakes a country belongs to you and Iliildy 1 Anti how much did you pay for It Ho went on with a long rlgniarofo about a mortgage nnd a wound mort igage and foreclosing to pratpct him salt and so on Mil see la moro proofs that lambs ro8IJI16Uh Nato Scuddor was likely Q only wool but hoots lido and tallow v f jtWhen I told Hartley h6 sefmcd real pleased That makes It easy ho nays SouUder will accommoduto mo by do lug n little favor wont hoM fluro thing says I sarcastic Aint ha been accommodating you over slneo you struck town Yes ho says hu has Scuddor Is a generous chap Awl he meant It tool Why the good Ldrtl lots such simple innocents as lila and his chum run around looeo fjjr ttrbut there No daubt he has his reasons And what would become of tho summer hotels without that kind Him unit Nate was pretty thick for tho next few days Something was up though as yet I want in the si cret Hartley made ono or two trips to tho village and ho took neither me nor Van with him Ho nuked moj where the doctor limed and n lot moro qqojUonn Continued Next We- ekLE1RAILWAY WIXTKIl TI3IIC TAULI KKKIXTIVK XOV 18 1000 h fNOVhSr HOUND DullyJCx r n IAM 2 2O 2 GI2 80 I Alliol G 10 2 fi2 lullulu tJ4Q aJO 11IIeiiivtiIeJtinct Torrent 7 80 8 Ili TDtititleo r Kilson S OH 4 14 Stanton in atI20Ar 1 1 o4tS1Mv Sun p I M A At5tLv Ix xinctoii t 2 25 7 35 WinoliSstor 8 10Ow 8 ta fffIrJ raIJiin L 3 25 S 2U iStRltoll tFilson 4 2fi 9 2tL InlldQO s4 1 3tUirCItIPt nJI U ctI j oaa JOIJpattvvllldJunCt SL Helens 5 26 Iff 25 Tjilleira f 37 10 JJ5 11Hlkntnwu 14 I O lCJuncU a 10 U lf 1 Ar 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