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Digital page images are linked to the text file. td V1 Aj r ktI nest Advertising it81BREdLTUI l aUNTY NEWSrhLargest l111 ITI1 Girquhition k r t u = C i IN QREATHITT ANDADJOININO It ANY PAPER IN THIS SECTION M 4a1 J11r1sE llAOiNfl Editor and 1 ubhehurAN VAIn DKVOTKD TO THK iNTKitEars OF EASTKUN KENTUCKY q ONE1JoLLAR PER YKAKIM ADVANCE Volume VIL Jackson Kentucky IT 1day September 11 1908 p 0 Number 46 I THE STAR STORE OF EUSTER ISAACS I f iJrwifr Y 1 r QODAYSSALAT 7 Wo ago preparing to make room for our fall Stock a Wo have pot a big stock of Mens Boys i Childrens A CLOThINGf Ladies Skirts Brown Blue and Black Mens Top Shirts and Underwear Pants Counter I panes and Lace Curtains I Mens Hats at 25c Less on the SI r h A BIG STOCK OP Mens Ladies and Childrens Shoes AT COST 1MUCKS Everything will go at low prices ILEusterIsaicSi = ti Jrti IOIOYU I4tY lreM J SAIlgl IJF1I Jr CIIhllr c P P 01AVrOKl Ieu ITCH i 11 1 HAVIS ActhiK Cashier 11 S I1OITKII AhVt Cashr 1- H tIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIt ii i e- f z DU FwrBANKING METHODSo l4I4J 1ijLs0 a large und LrlW111g i + you are not already in this numg i bcr wliy not open an account now t Call in and talk the subject over with us A call will entail no obligation f if Wont you tryand see 0 g Ii PAIDUP CAPITAL and SURPLUS 2735000 f DEPOSITBANKtUr Jackson Icntuc ki1o m D m atWI y nf f fli Iif Ii Ii OW dduCGUM W WWn Rftn qn Ii f f ni t t THEj n- U F A LYON HON COINSURANCE I 00 WI n tJg REAL ESTATE f t i STOCKS AND BONDS f ic LOANS NEGOTIATED S 4 Yfti AGENCIES IN ALL THE IN EASTERN KENTUCKY Iy Energetic Men to Represent Us i o Want Live fJoJ Y 1 o in Unoccupied Territory i ion TiH l o Address All Communications to the Com g party at Beattyville Kentucky qt e oeeoemeeee OfficeoL S S if J Z 9- I r Sermon Postponed After the inside of The New II had been printed n tclcirrnin was received from Hcv l1 Edge saying that tho address to the liniiors could not bo given on the liUh but would bo given on the 20thof SeptemberLostReward Strnvcd away several days ago n black mare about 10 years old iSihafldsbii onejwhiColwicl foot Finder will return its J d Ayards at Tmno ui rrecelvc reward w 4 7 Gt dPtrol Henry Wise Davis of Insko was here last week He gave us two cash subscriptions to The News J f we hadirfw n ore en thusinstic friends llkas tit The News would soon be on tlnbasis Juries Dismissed The juries were discharged Thursday eveniijj after II service of 22 days Very little business was done during the court hut bo it said that it was not the fault of the juries for we believe they wanted to do what was right but they did to i ave muoi of a good opportunity Died in Texas Sim Crawford ari uncle of Oli ver Crawford Sr and Abner Bowman of Athol and who was born at Tallega died some time ago at Palo Pinto Texas where he betted many years ago lie was n soldier In the war with Mexico having enlisted from Estill county under Copt Wm whiles Capt A C Copes mother wits his sister Born to Mr and Mrs V V Brown on September 2 a boy W A McD well president of tho L E Railway Co was hero Thuitday It T Davis has accepted Il po sition with the Heattyvillc Block Con Corm any as foremen 1 V V Brown secretary and treasurer of the Imp rinl liia buildloat43ttrgu um t Ith Jackson near the depot Cincinnati Markets Sept 11hogsMarket strong butchers and shippers 715 to 72U common 160 to 485 Cattle Market steady fair to good shhpl ers 100 to 5GO common 225 to 275 Sheep Market steady 125 to 7 85LambsMarket steady 250 GOO Crockettsville The people of this neighborhood aro very busy laying in their win ter fuel Stephen Turner and wife of Canoe were visiting here- a few days the past week Alex Herald is making molasses L C Bowling and wife returned homo Saturday after a weeks visit relatives at Elkatawa and Jack son Wni Belcher of Shoulder Blade and his niece Miss Eliza Bowling who have been visiting at McWhorter London Maples villc Moores Creek and Annville for the past two weeks returned homo Wednesday accompanied by Klisha Bowlirig and Richard Hibbard of McWhorter Wo are glad to know that II S Bur nett has again resumed his position on The News Miss Etta Hoskins of Jackson is visiting her sister Mrs Luther Callahan Mrs Matilda Turner was the guest of her cousins Misses Eliza and Dora Bowling Fridny0urS- unday school hero is progress jug nicely under the management of Elmer Gabbonl of Buckhorn Luther Callahan was in Jackson a few hays ago and returned homo with a slIlplof new pho nograph record Archie Sebas than anti sister Mary E of Ca floe were guests of their sister Mrs Ollie Denton Saturday niuht Boss AUNT Turkey Jell Evcrsolo of Atholwas hero tho first of the week Ym Griffith of Frozen creek visited J Terry and family Saturday and Sunday G II Patrick tho shoo drummer was hero this week selling shoes Nick Combs pass ed here Monday en route to Boone vile whoro he is taking treatment under Dr A M Glass Miss Ruth and Willson Ter w attended church at Mill branchfTunday and wore tho guests of Mr and Mrs Henry Gross Jerry Taulbcc of Robbins who is visiting tho schools this year spent Thursday night with friends here Mr and Mrs Jno Noble of Cow creekwere here Monday on busi nessWilson Terry is attending school at Highland college L Sttiipson Taylor 1 rtorts nn enroll merit 0025I mils and n general average of tll airing the month or ugust this oS his sixth sclool at this pY B Tomblin who has bcci Cincrinnati for several days fttijrncd Saturday Dr Ilurstha now patent on Morg Our little village was made pleasantyrfejv days ago by the smiling f eesiof Misses Edo Williams anti Quito a crow llIrolilthrrIlaco at tended churclatvnbllyJASuiflay MroW A Ikmpton wchllo Hoi lonsvillo Tuesday Paxton rowdt from this place tc hocB church on Holly Sunday olFp Rrtiinson anti family visitedntdlmrs Camp Saturday and Sunday J Our school is pro I Krcssinj nicely under the management f MissLouisa KinS Misses Bctso irtul Stella ShackclK ford entcrtn tied ti number of friends tit llicir homo Saturday night as follows Misses Cora and Juan Roseof Lucy creek Edna Willianu and Daisy Buck ner Claud and Ora Vest Games were plavcdiind music was fur nished by Miss Williams Dont fail lo buy one of those 9x12 Brussels Rugs for 1000 at Jones closing out stile I Rousseau Last Friday the pupils of the Andy Branch school house taught by Bert Q Back visited the Rousseau sclQoltaulht by Wil gus Back aijilienttajjed in a spelling match between tho schools X II Snllj4 Everett Back nndI Miss Anna flijen were appointed judges TlinfotUch was won bIthe UOI1SSflL clfoo1 A tnbleI bnuttOiYf I g was sprtrad and dinner was served by the Housseau school to about 20U leoi plo Miss Victoria C5oll ofI Jackson was hero the first of the week Misses Etta Creech anti Edith Back and Luther Hack Ar thur Back Bert Back and Wilgus BI1Cknil of Stevenson visited Rev Daniel McIntosh Sunday and enjoyed a watermelon feast Mrs Perlinu Back wio has been confined to her bed for sixty days with typhoid fewer is improving Be sure and see those 9x12 Brus sels Rugs Jones is selling for 1000ITlio Remedy That Docs Dr Kings New Discovery U the remedy that deco the lieiilini others proinUes but fall to perform Bjs Mr K It 1ioram at Auburn Centre IV It la curing me of throat find lung trouble of Icing standing that other tr laments relieved only tempo rarity New Discovery to doing me so much good that I feel confident Its continued use for a reasonable lengths- of time will restore me to Health This renowned cough and cold reinpdy nnd throat and lung htalI er is sold at lankson Drug store 60o and 1100 Trial bottle free WOLFE C tJNiT- CamptonG One of tho largest crowlcver seen in Campion attended county court here Monday rAUorncyS J C Lykins of1l JDcxingtort Spencer of 11inchestCr tiuijijaviif j of Tallega Red wine of Jacksont Gourloy of Beattyvillrf JtatfTe ter of Lnndsaw are intJhyn th week preparing for circuit tourt r her Democratic hxccutive ConimitlQQprWblo county met nttltc Coua Jlouso Dlyomiis- sucdthdcrtllfgr tlio coutfty pri mar to bcihetdSov mber 14 The following candidates have paid the registry fee to tub chairman For County JudgeA B Landrtim W BDuffand Elias Shockey for County AttorneyS G Sam pie for county court clerkJ T Hanks for circuit court clcrk J C Litulon for SheritF Fielden Cox Floyd Arnclt an Roy Smith for AssessorohnTC- enter Peter U Hobbs P U Legg and IL B Kushand for flillrJ C B Little and E F I hero arc enthusiastic and announced candidates for all these oiliccs besides those who have already registered A large crowd of Campions citizens attended the funeral meeting at Holly Creek last Sunday All report a good time with plenty of dinner OD the ground Hon J B White of Irvine Democratic candidate for circuit judge addressed a largo andattentive audience at the court house in behalf of his candidacy Monday at 1 oclock p mJohn- R Hobb of Meniefce county has been in town a few days on busi ness but returned home Tuesday morning P t Drake of Winchester was in town Tuesday look ing after same civil suits Mrs Geneva Brown of Trent was in town Monday on business llo- nrtF Byrdof Winchester spent Thursday of last week in Campton investigating suits in which his clients are interested Zilch Hurst of Wilhurst was visiting in town Saturday and Sunday J P Rose and wife and E F Ce cil and wife all of near Hazel Green were the pleasant guests of Mr and Mrs Isaac Elkins Sunday night and took dinner withI S J Elkins on Monday Wool and Hides Wanted I will pity the highest cnsh prices for Wool Hides and Feath ers You will find mo on the cor next to M S Grains store 45tf L H WIHTAKEK It Cnnt He Bent Till best of all trncliers Is ex perlenca O M Ilnrden of Silver Oity tforth Carolina says I tint Electric Hitter does all tliais clnl ned for It For Stomach Liver and Kd ncr troubles it cnnt be bent 1 have tried it and find It a moat excellent nmltcitiB Mr Harden la right Its the best of all medicines also for weakness lame Hack andalt rundown conditions heat too for chilli anil malaria Sold under guarantee nt Juckson drug store 50j Srf5252522S2S5252S222IDte525252S25C52UJZ2 TYPEWRITER EXCELLENCEm i For SIMPLICITY of operation NEATNESS of to- lii finished work VERSATILITY usimcs meclmn icnl PEUFECTiON in its workmanshipno otherINid typewriter can approach the NEW No 5 OLIVER mI A perfect tabulator the heaviest manifolder best for mimeograph work longest life FREE TRIAL OFFKIlSimply notify me that you are interested in a typewriter anti you will bo furnished one for a thorough trial without nay a obligation on your parlTUf you decide to buy one after trial then terms will be made to suit your m convenicncelPFivo dollars n month for a short time and the machine is yours PAll cash if you prefer ct toSonic Jackson Users of Tho OlivoIIS S Tiiulbco County Judge W I Uncle Circuit Clerk Kelly ICash ComiiiomvcnlUis Attorney llynl irolllilny Attorney 31tss IcGuIro Attorney Tattle Wright Manufacturers Mr Mclntosh Itullrotul Agent Klkatnwa Ky Ask these lor thtlr opinion of the wonderful workmanship of the OLIVER W B OELZE Agent for Oliver Typewriters TVlEXVllITKU SUIlLlKS Ion ALL M CIJI SIOFFICi SUllLtra OAHU INHKX SYSTEMS OKK1CK KUnNITDHK- BISKS iTPHwniTEns not GIlT SOLD AND KXCHANCEU l WITH LITTLE c WRIOHT nAN UPACTURINO COMPANY m 1 Sa52 5aSSascsasc 52s252s252a 25d525zsd52 CLOSING OUT J t M t Ytr I Anily GtU tU tlAallIJlgtOll I Mean Business 1 4riTHIS B NO FAKE SALE The Prices Speak for Themselves Come and See and be Convinced that i Mean to Close Out Just Look at the Prices centdStockings Closing Out Price 7 25c Underwear Closing Out Price 15c SHOES SHOES SHOES 400 Shoes Closing Out Price 225 300 200 275 175 250 e 150 WOMENS SHOES 200 Womens Shoes Closing Out Price 150 i75 125 150e 100 125 75c PRICES ON CLOTHING 750 Suits Closing Out Price 500 600 400 500 350 1f CLOSING OUT PRICES ON COMFORTS AND BLANKETS 125 Blankets Closing Out Price 85c 90c 65c 125 Comforts Closing Out price 85c BRUSSELS ROOM SIZE RUGS 1350 Brussels Room Size Rugs 9xI21000 1100to It8x106 850 We have lots of other goods too numerous to mention Everything is being sold regardless of value Now is the chance of a life time Dont miss it Everybody come and see The low prices speak for thcroselve- spJONES STORE Corner of Court Street and College Avenue 0000000000000000 000000000000000 y oCees Collegiate fnsuzeINCORPORATED JACKSON KENTUCKY September All Departments will be continued so far as and opportunity will be given advanced pupils to take the accredited course for admission yourhome l For terms and all other information apply to C A LEONARD Principal Jackson Kentucky e K T UOSB 8 U SAMIME ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and Councelors at Law CAMPTOX KY This firm will practice in all tho courts of Wolfe and ndjncent coun ties Special attention to Corpo ration Law nnd Real Estate Liti gation OQlccs Second Floor Farmers tE Traders Bank 1 WH Henderson Ayres Street Opp Post Ofilae LEXINGTON KY DEALER IN jf Grain Seeds Feed 1 Wheat Rye Barle Oats tBlueHay Straw dc Hill FeedIM Fr 4 itfI G I i nysIr a The Breathitt News- SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCEI J WISE HAGINS EDITOR Friday September 11 rBai csacsx3KCj53C5CJ2Sisaa A H PATTON a ATTORNEY AT LAW Q OFFICE IN CRAWFORD BLDG r JACKSON KY i 52525252S2525252Dr- n PHYSICIAN ANn SUUOKON ft- Oflicom and Res Phone MID nib525252525252525252i5 gmiiiimiimiiimiiiiimiuminiiurufHiH = MARTIN T KELLY = I ATTORNEY AT LAW = OFFICK IX 1IUUST HUG = 5JACJtsOX KV WIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 11JI111 JIll n1l1l1l111llllhrr f DK II P DUFF PlIVSICIAN AND SUROEON OFFICE OVER RELIANCE DRUG I f KTORB- fi JACKSON KENTUCKY H m32aC7C5K3 C2eaiCTK R 3 aEfl o IDu Hi C II AND IIURSTI Notice to Candidates Announcements of candidates for office will be charged for as followsFor District O1Gcc1000- For a County Office 500 Except a complimentary notice given each candidate at the time he announces all communications boosting candidates will be charged for at 5 cents per line Such com munications will be treated as purely advertising matter for which The News does not assume any responsibility Cash must accompany all orders for such advertising ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY CLERK I take this means of announc ing myself as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Breathitt County subject to the action ofI the Democratic party If elected I shall regardless of party affilia tions be your most obedient servant ALFRED RUSSELL To the Voters of Breathitt Co T am a candidate for the office of County Court Clerk to be voted for at the November election 1909 GEO W NOBLE FOR SHERIFF Wo are authorized to announce ROBERT DEATON- of Crockettsville as a candidate for Sheriff of Breathitt county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce WESLEY TURNER JR as candidate forJailerof Breath itt county subject to the action of the Democratic party We arc authorized to announce MIKE ROBINSON as a candidate for jailer of Breath itt county subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce J H HUDSON as a candidate for Jailer of Breath itt county subject to the action ofI the Democratic party Wo are authorized to announce G B MALONEY- as a candidate for Jailer of Breath itt county subject to the action ofr the Republican part- ySUPSiN7EDENT OF SCHOOLS We are authorized to announce ED DEATON nsa candidate for the office ofI Superintendent of Schools of Breathitt county subject to the action of the Democratic party1 JAprimary election has been called in the 21st judicial district composed of the counties of Mont IIcntion of a Democratic candidate for I circuit judge and commonwealths1 attorney of that district I JACKSON ROLLER RINK OPENS NEXT SATURUA NIGHT SEPTEMBER 12 FOR THE SEASON A large crowd is looked for on that night Good order assured Let everybody come out and have a good time = We reserve the right to refuse admission and skates to objectionable persons = Rink open every night after Saturday except Sunday and Wednesday nights Admission 10 cents Skates 15 cents FOLLOW THE CROWD JACKSON AMUSEMENT CO ED DEATON I Announces His Platform for Superintendent Since becoming a candidate for County Superintendent of Schools of Breathitt county I have been requested by various parties to announce the platform upon which I intend to make the race I want to say in the beginning before t stating my platform that I have not now or ever have had any connection in any manner whatever with any of the pocallcd Brcathitt county feuds Kuklux or Red String bands or any other secret organization that would mar the peace and happiness of an American citizen- I do not indulge in intoxicants of any kind nor was I ever under their influence except once and that was over twenty years ago when I was but a kid I have no political pets nor will I show any personalities to any one except upon principles of justiceI e myself if elected to make my home at Jackson during my term of oflico and to devote my entire time to my official dutiesI visit every school in the county annually make H thorough investigation of each district and will use every ellort in my juris diction to advance the progress of education in the common schools of Breathitt county and in the State of Kentucky 1 will not appoint any person or persons for county board of examiners whom I know to have any im moral qualities or who is partial in financial political or religious differences or who indulges in inI toxicntin drinks- I will endeavor so far is it is inI power to extinguish politics from among the public schoolteachers and particularly the public schools of this Commonwealth- I will in all public matters en trusted to me for settlement mete out justice between man and man nq God sires me knowledge to see regardless of kinsfolk personal friends or party affiliations expect to be elected by the will ofI people to be nn officer of the people and to servo for the peo pie to the best of my ability So help me God Upon these principles I bas my claim for the consideration of the people Respectfully yours ED DEATON Herald Dr Clay Lilly Jr genera missionary secretary of the Presbyterian church preached to a large audience in the Highland college chapel Sunday Last Saturday afternoon a public sal of building lots was held by B II Herald Owing to the rain many who had expected to be present were detained However + two lots were sold at 100 each to Jeff Evcrsolc and Juke Osborn Dr Guerrant visited Herald Saturday and Sunday and expressed great uleasure and satisfaction in the progress being made by High land college More than one hun dred earnest boys and girls are now enrolled as students Bid are being prepared for a daily mail service between Humid und Oakdalc Richard Redd a promi nent citizen of Lexington and fo many years a zealous mission worker accompanied by his daughter Rebecca a gifted violinist is spending some time in this section holding evangelistic services Dr J T Wilson of Canon City Col has lately come to visit the different missions in this county conducted by the Society of Soul Winners Dr Wilson is a pro found Bible and historical scholar This week is being given to a series of lectures in the school to which the parents are invited Miss Francis Wise has returned- to her home on Jetts creek and expects to soon begin teaching on War creek Mr and Mrs Theo Gabbard spent Sunday with their daughter Nannie who is a resident student in tho collegeP- M lIon of Alt Sterling and J M McDaniel of North Fork river have contracted to build two largo stone chimneys for theI Highland college building They arc being assisted by James Me Intoshand son Preston and Richard Herald Robert Gabbard hues so far recovered from an accident met with last May as to be able to attend church last Sunday at Herald Before buying your fall shoes go toJonc toro alrtWjoolc at his stock Ho 5s closing outyou can buy them chea- pMASTER COMMISSION ERS SALE Broathitt Circuit Court Gaar Scott Co Plaintiff- vs Notice of Sale Joseph Spencer Defendant By virtue of a judgment and Order of sale of the Brcathitl Circuit Court made and entered in the above styled cause at its special August term 1908 for the sum of 37nOO with interest at ft per cent per annum from tho 28th tiny of September U05 until paid also for tho sum of 17500 with September 28 1005 until Widnnd Scosttherein expendcd subject to the credit of 900 paid March 2 1908 and 300 paid April 11108 and 2000 Auld April 21 1908 I shall proceed to offer for sale at I or near too premises on Saturday Sept 26 08 between tho hours of 12 oclock m and 2 ocjncl p ni tho fol 1 wing personal property situated in Breathitt county Kon the Clear Fork of Frozen Creek and located at the place where said Joseph Spencer issawingtics c for S S Taulbco tovtj One 115 h p portable engine No 129K7 with wngon and usual up pui tences manufactured by Gaar Scott Co one separator num ber on wagon with folding stacker bolts and tho usual appurten ces munufaptqrcd Kv Uaar Scott Co 00 foot 10 inch 4 ply drive belt also 50 3 iron pipe pout sawmill No 3159 and f 0 inch yaw solid carriage Duplex nnd Excelsior dog swinging cut oil 50 inch 5 inch rubber bolt lumber trucks beet tightenerSaid described property will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder on a credit of three months tad the purchaser will be required to give bond for tho purchase money with ap proved security bearing interest from date and having the fort and effect of a replevin bondnot a lien will be reserved in situ bondon the property sold until all the purchase money interest and cost is paid Bidders must bo prepared to comply promptl with these terms Amount of principal and interest 88500 Amount of credit and interest 3593 81907 Amount of cost of suit Commissioners cost 1000 Cost for advertising 1000 Total 30907 CeSHERIFFS EXECUTION SALE By virtue of Execution No 2S9 in favor of the Ml Sterling National Bank vs W M Gcvcdon It L Stacy Greenville Stacy W H Vance and J F Lvkins which issued from the Clerks office o Morgan Circuit Court which is now in my hands for collection I oneMonday Sept 28 1908 between the hours of 12 oclock m and 2 oclock p m at the Court House door in the town of Jack son Breathitt county Kentucky I expose to public sale to the highest bidder tho following property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of the plaintiffs debt in crest and cost nand Sheriffs commissions towit A lot of standing timber being osn a of Quicksand creek mind being of the timber on a 59 aero tract o land nine inches mil up in diarn oakrhickory poplar pine and black oak and also beech timber suf ficient to build all tram roads c necessary to remove said timber and said timber is the timber standing and growing and home on said land which is situated inI said county and State on a 59 acre survey on said Winnie branch aforesaid tho same land conveyed Lovelybyof October 1873 and recorded in Deed Book No8 page 639 Breathitt County Clerks office and bsnid Delila Lovely nndI husband conveyed to Greenville Stacy by deed of date 16th day of November 1906 recorded in Deed Book No 21 page 561 Brcathitt County Clerks office levied upon as the of Greenville Stacy a defendant in saidexecu tion Terms Sale will be made on a credit of three months bond with approved security required bear ing interest at the rate of six percent per annum from day of sale and having the force of a replevin bond Amount to be made by this sale 216 40 ndvertising 1200 total 22840Witness my hand this the 17th J day of August 1908 BRECIC CRAWFORD S B C By S H FUQATB D S MASTER COMMISSION ERS SALE Breathitt Circuit Court Thomas II Deatons Admr Plaintiff vs Notice of Sale Mary Eo Stidlmm c Dcfls- By virtue ofn judgment of the Breathilt Circuit Court made und entered in the above styled cause nt its May term 1907 for the nim of 32547 with interest from the 23d day of September 1907 unti1llnidnnd 3085 cost herein expended 1 shall proceed to offer for silo nt the Court House door in Jackson Breathitt county Ky onMonday Sept 28 1908 between the hours of 12 oclock in followingcleThe undivided onefifth interest dceellsed1Ivingcounty Ky on time Middle Fork of the Kentucky river on tho I south side thereof Itw the mouth Longs creek amid beginning said river at the mouth of Long dL creek thence running down sai river with its meanders to the lower end of n bottom at a condi I tional lino made between James lolinwon and Georgo W Belcher and Bowlines heirs thence with said conditional line as marked running up the hill to a leech tree by tho road thence withsuid conditional line na marked up the hill to the top of the ridge ho- twcon Dcatons branch and Long creel then with the top of thl- ridge to whoro the line of the land deeded to James Johnson and William Strong crosses the ridge then down Cho hill with said Win Strongs line to a black gum near Longs creek then down the creek with a marked Iwo along the hill to a beech tree near till bank of tho creek n short distant above the ond of the Held then to the creek then down he creek as meanders to the beginning at thi mouthof the creek containing 100 acres more or less TRACTiA truer of land In Breathitt ollieItuck river and lying on and nea Bowlings creela tributary of said Middle Fork and bounded as follows Beginning at or near the mouth of Bowlings creek on the lower side of same then up said Bow rings creek with its meanders to a large sycamore tree standing the bank of spill creek opposite Hat rock and lynn tree about 1 yards from the mouth of creel then crossing said creek to j said flat rock and lynn tree then up tho point andwith Edward Dcatons heirs lino to the top ofI the ridge then with the top of e Gayheirss the top of suit ridge to Richard Combs line then with said line t H a small hickory standing on th top of said ridge at the top of tit spur leading down to the mouth of said Gays heirs branch on tho flower side of said brooch then down said spur to the mouth of said brunch at Bowlines creekat u bejch tree then up said creel with its meanders to a stooping sycamore tree standing on the right hand of said creek opposite a cliff then crossing said creek and up the point a straight line to the top of the ridge between Rich urd Combs brunch and main Bow lungs creek and with said Combs lino running with the top of the dividing ridge between said Bow lungs creek and Lick branch then with the top of said ridge and said Spice rs lino around to Jackson Cullalmns line to opposite a large rock with three holes in said roclI in the edge of said Middle Fork river at Jackson Cullalmns upper Callahnnsfup said Middle Fork with its meanders to the mouth of said Bowlings creek the beginning containing 300 acres moro or less Only the one fifth interest of the said Thomas II Deaton will be sold or enough thereof as will be necessary to satisfy the above named judgment principnl interest and costs and cost of this sale Said property will bo sold at public auction to the highest bid der on a credit of six months and tho purchaser will be required to give bond for the purchase money bearinginteresthaving the force and effect of a replevin bond and a lien will bo reserved in said bond on all tho property sold until all the pur chase price principal interest and cost is paid Bidders must com ply promptly with these terms Amount of debt and interest I to day of sale 34500 Amount of cost of suit 3085 J Administrators cost for his services 2500 Commissioners cost sale 750 Ad tract 500 Two days and report GOO Two per cent commission G90 Advertising 2150 TotnlH775 i W GAIIUWKLL M C B C C C Drink Wainscotts Pop ifo II 1 I u m rTCD fJv to CDCD j pOXv Q 0 3t0o C 1 enCD E CfQm n rnc r sX rn CD 0c Oo c rnrd = rnOmOC It + 0 0L1JcD nm rn tn 0OtfJ v JJmrn nrnZ OtitnII r rE pkI cn rn CltCD I I U lIJ tr 0 rnjpHi IO + 0- M 0C Q rn M 0 C N rffa sQooO = J J oo- I c W- i IThe Breathitt News ISI HAG INS EDITOR I CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS 1 A YEAR 1IlIIII Led Hvury Irlilny WI I1IANTON U T IIOVKRHALU J WISH IIAfllNS Blanton Hovermale Hagins ATTORNEYS AT LAW Olllce In Court house Jackson Ky Imctico in nil tho courts of UK Commonwealth Litigation con corning haul titles n specialty Collections promptly inndo and promptly remitted Heal estate bought and sold Fresh creamery butter lit lied dixH Mrs PSimcr of Morchcad is visiting Mrs Paxton Davis Slices shoes shoes being sacrr iced at Jones closing out sllle Prof C A Leonard is attending Presbytery nt Oxford this week Horn to Itev and Mr Paul DarthSek September 7tha boy g 0 IIoHiday went to the Hig Stone Gup Saturday on a business trip Mrs C Madden and son Kalnli was juite sick Monday with symp tons of poisoning Scldon Ilargis has moved to Klkntawa where he ill engaged in thin mercantile business Juno Jett bus purchased Clarence Iladdens residence on the Heights and will wove into it soon Miss Jennie Hughes of Louisville was visiting Miss Jennie gwen the first of the week Hen C M Summers will go to Heattyville next Monday to hold n protracted meeting nt that place I J W Norwood manager of the leo anti light plant here has moved into the A H Ilargis resi dence N J Moore has the contract for the grading of Highland avenue and is getting along nicely with the work Judge Alex Strong of Athol attended the funeral of his brother dipt Wm Strong at Georges Branch last Sunday Mr and Mrs Kmnry Cain of Clay City wore visiting Mrs J CirTTPptircnts Mr and Mrs G W Scwill last week The concrete foundations for the Lost Creek bridge nro being laid this week and the bridge will be erected in n few weeks A II Patton went to West Virginia last week on professional business lie will visit his hone folks before Iris return Mrs H A Hurst and children returned last week from a three weeks visit to her sister and other relatives at Ml Olivet Miss Mollio Stidlmm made a trip to Winchester Sunday and was accompanied beck by her sis ter Mrs Jennie Stidham of Glen dale Ohio IEUJenoLyon is suffering from knee He went to Lex I ington Saturday to enter college but had to return home Sunday on that account Misses Maggie Mary Lizzie and Mnhala Strong visited relit lives and friends in the Strong I settlement on Georges Brunch r from Friday till Monday IL G Dwinoll who had been working in The Ntws cilice for time past month accompanied by his wife left Sunday for Ham ilton 0 whore ho will make his future home Henry S BarnettI formerly foreman of the shop is again in charge of the ottico Dan White charged with the murder of Biddy Fugatc was grunted bail in time sum of 7000 which ho gave with M S Crain John Griffith and Fed White as sureties lIe worms denied bail on the oxaming trial held by Judge Tnulbcc shortly after the killing A Boyle county span has fileda suit to test the constitutionality of the new school law Ho avers that it is invalid because it provides for white or colored schools the same management find isunderI trary to the public policy Commonwealth find in contravention of the constitution of the 9Commonwcnlth providing for n separation of schools for white I r children and nellroesIy Full line cnn I ItO Haddens I a 1 2 SHOCKING DEATH Miss Imogenc Marcuti Dies at Hazard After a Short Illness Miss Imogcno Murcuin young cst daughter of the late Atlornc J B Marcum died Wcdncsda night nt ten oclock at Haarc utter nn illness of two weeks will typhoid fever She had gone to Hazard to visi her cousin Mrs J K Johnson and was suddenly taken ill afte reaching there Skilled mcdica attention was called but no relic could be given mid the end cam very suddenly and untimely She was seventeen years of agI mid wns accomplished and high respected and no death in recent years has caused more genera grief in Jackson She wns a stu dent in the Millcrsburg Female College and would hiive complete the course there next year Shi was of sweet gentle disposition was sought mind loved by nil who knew her and her death bring deepest grief to the people bv whom she was known She leaves her mother one sis ter and four brothers nnd many other relatives in Jackson nnd elsewhere Her mother and fcislui were nt her bedside during the lust few days of her illness The remains were brought to Jackson Thursday evening nnd the funeral services will bo con ducted this Frithnrternoon ut tho Marcum homo in Jackson af ter which the burial will take place near the grave of her father in the Scwell burial gronid Mrs lamas MeAlister died at her homo in South Jackson Tues tiny of consumption She leaves a husbnnd and two children She was n laughter of Jacob Flinchum Phone till Green Hnddixs for anything you need in Groceries Fruits and Vegetables Recital at the College A recital will be given nt the college chapel Friday night Sep tember IS by Miss Cecile Hide teacher of music in the Lees Col legiate Institute The public is cordially invited Two Acquittals Bon and Will Jqhnson were nc quitted of the charge of the killing of Hoyd McCarty and Kwcn Bow Im was acquitted of the charge of the killing of Wm Rush in their trials hero last wee- kDestroyed by Fire The residence ofT T Cope on East Main street was burned Tues day night The fire was disco ered about 100 p m but had mined too much headway to be topped considerable portion of the furniture was saved It is supposed that tho lire caught from tho kitchen stove The loss hulls heavily on Mr Cope but we un derstand ho carried some insurance For fresh Breakfast Foods go to laddixs No Night Performance Miller Hros1 101 Ranch Wild West show will exhibit hero to lay at two p m Wo are au thorized by the managers of the show to announce that there will be no night performance ns pre measly advertised Funeral Meeting The funeral services of Cnpt Win Strong John C Strong Lillio Strong Charlie Strong find Alex Strong were conducted at the graves near the mouth of Georges Branch last Sunday by Ucvs A C Cooper James Davis Joseph Walters Henry Nence nnd W L Clair A very largo crowd wns in attendance Among those who attended from here were W 1C Strong wife and funnily Mr and Mrs T G Hack Mrs Eliza Strong South Strong and Willie faylor Good order prevailed Church Announcements The regular services will beheld at the Christian churchnext Sunday Morning subject Theo Discipline of the Second Place Kvcning subject Alluring Invi tations to Ignore Gods Will Sunday school nt 930 n m Christian Endeavor at G30 p m True Greatness and How to Attain It will be the subject of n sermon to young men at the Hap List church Sunday at 7J50 p m- At 11 a m a social service for Lho Jr 0 U A M A hearty welcome 7kWYetr = FARRISH ARNETT Jr Killed by Ruck Cotton name at Hamilton 0 Farish Arnctt Jr better known lucre ISuBII1m Arnett was shot nnd killed nt Hamilton Ohio Monday night by lluclc Cotton game A rnett was stopping with Cotton nme who was keeping n boarding house there nnd was lying on n couch when Cotton game came in find tired two shots it him both taking ellect mind killing him almost instantly These men were not connected with the so called feud here as re ported by the dally papers Cot tongame wns a witness in the Marcum case but Arnett hind never been connected with any of tho cases in any way Arnett was a son of Farm Ar nett of this city and was as far its we know a peaceable and quiet citizenSamuel H Patton brotherinlaw to the deceased met the remains at Lexington and under his three Lion was taken to Snlycrsville his old home to bo buried in the family burying ground at that place Elgin Creamery Butter Yellow Label atC fI adders Marriage Licenses The following marriage licenses have been issued since our last re port Bruce SlunKvlford and Miss Maud Nickells both of Itobbins- Wm Pel fry nuts Miss Lillie Trent both of Oakdalc Larkin Morris of Flat nnd Miss Martha Johnson of Oakdale Willie Spacer of Canoe find Miss Cullic Hull Grillith of Hous ton Richard Watkins of Jackson md Miss Julia King of Cannel CityJohn Vires and Miss Addle Gross both of Oikdaln Walter Creech of Stevenson and Mrs Sarah lane Hack of Ihs Lathes 125 shoes nt 75c nt Jones closing out sal- eClemons The people in this section are saving their fodder Jack nnd Miss Oil vu Prater of Lambric were here Monday visiting reIn tires II C Clemons little daughter is very low Henry H Noble was lucre last week visiting the schools Hen Clemons is reI covering his house S E Mar 1111ITuesday night the residence of Rev Henry C Clemons caught on fire mind the kitchen anti the entire contents were destroyed by lames The origin of the lire is unknown Jut it is supposed to have caught from the kitchen stove or mice mowing matches I will meet the wool growers nt the depot Jackson Ivy time secI and Saturday in September Will cccive their wool from 10 oclock n III till ii p m to ship to Phoenix Woolen Mills Lexington Ky This will be the only shipment I rill make this season Yours truly US CiimiAX Birthday Weddingand Holiday Presents RKUAWU QtAUTY RIGHT PRICKS HEINTZ IKVIMU E Main opp lhocnix- LgXINGTON tKY WV= == = =1 W Having just returned from the I 1 offeringThat at the mtrA As my stock is limited come at once jj ly 1 I I SELL THEM LOW c AS THEY ARE BOUND TO GO i = = J R BLAKE i 1 =Ju PrC ZCeq C Ir I Its Quality QUANTITYv 1 That CountsWeve got the Goodsnot such an awful lot ti- ti of em but what we have is jj FRESH AND GOOD Ietjyou need in GROCERIES not get next time you call for it v If you get anything at our store that is not perfectly satisfactory t1 tuoneyyt We are Headquarters for Country Produce h i f 1Dp7l AVo are going to give away absolutely FREE t an elegant S day 510 Sessions Clock to tho 5 Volle guessing nearest time correct number of beaus in time jar Vi now on display in our window You get ONE GUESS with g EACH 50CENT CASH PURCHASE The beans will bo i counted on or about tho 1st day of October 1908 o SPECIAL while they lastOveralls AT COST f rl- u THOMPSON HAMILTON + 36tJOi j Junior Picnic The Juniors of Cannel City will sire a picnic on the grounds near the depot at that place on Satur day October 3 A number of prominent orators from different sections of tho State will be present and address the audience Music will be furnished by the excellent cornet bnndof that place Reduced rates from nil stations on the 0 d Iy railway Mr and MM Mike Jones who had been visiting relatives in Hrcckinridgo county for several weeks returned home Saturday anti Candies at Ilnddixsi Dr C L Peyton Dentist Jackson Ky has given relief to many hun dreds of people and convinced them his methods are not only satisfactory but reasonable in price My experience enables mo to put up a very high class of work Eight years experience enables me to strictly guarantee my work One price to all lest Gold Crowns100l- est Set Teeth KOO Fillings 50c and 75c Cleaning 75c Extracting 5cOOt-ce entrance Pultons Hall on Broadway between Taulbccs store and Reliance Drug Co a aaae eo1 01 l1- oI NOTICE rl tl- F i 1 oL Ad 7 o = = == c t- t 2 and after September 15 1908 Crawford fa ON1 Co store of Jackson Ky will conduct f their mercantile business on a strictly spot cash Innd produce plan only No doubt some may Jttake exceptions to such a radical change but iourjudgment tells us that we can servo a greater i p number of people to better advantage amidat a fh less cost than wo can by the credit system Call i Fand tost our new plan We firmly believe Olt 6 will bo entirely satisfied and we know to n ori1taiuty that we can soil you goods cheaper than 9 credit concern can or will undertake to do igWa are determined from this date on that no mi expense caused byII credit system shall bo a burden upon our customers A system Wi once established can do tho honest people more i good than any credit concern over did or over i 9will Respectfully onrsa9 8 8 0 8 = G 9 9 Crarwforc a Co O OOOOOOOOOOOO J Oil Z dJ t ji r J f It 4- v I r idttiop v n Ir This is the Questionr t Whether it is better to keep your money in a drawer or safe 1 and dole it out in payments of accounts and bills or to bank it and pay bchcck There can be but one answer to this ate bank it and check it out Ij OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH US iblThree Per Cent Interest Paid on Time and 1 Savings Deposits JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK l JACKSON KENTUCKY jT r 1 arr 7ICE J Cool off and get ice frcyn home The Jackson Electric Hydraulic Manufacturing Company U prepared to furnish you ice cheaper than you ever got it befcreIF BUY TICKETS AND SAVE MONEY I GET A REFRIGERATOR I IDont forget to put lights in your house Elec i is cheap nnd gives the best light LIGHTS r t9i i I k- il f J i 1t FA tl t W MIXED W l1 h m w PAINTS w w- w t It Just received a full line 1l Is1lTkI J T 14G tI Will cover more space last 141 longer and look better than 11I 1 1 CallI1get14I 1t J tI 14I l r r- III U I e I 1l Jackson Drug Co 1- 1U mIl e e e 1e e J L The Southern RVOFFERS VERY LOW ROUND- TRIPHorneseekers I Rates 1 To irkansasIIndian Territory Louisiana Oklahoma Texas Tickets on sale the first and third Tues days of each mouth Apply to any Southern Ry Agent or write A R COOK D PA BSYENT T R A y LOUISVILLE KY ifo J IiIfIIIIJ A4 j f tV t7ti i1 t L L SSoNINJ 3OrBlnar 1 + Before I was mnrrlixl I hail very definite notions na to the ehnvlor u children I agreed With all other ott rmild that well behaved rhlldreii were at least tolerable but badly behaved chlldreli wore n nuisance and iha T obedience If the fundamental principle t of n child education and this I nm endeavoring to Hpply to my b y Jack II Here la a specimen of the wuy I do It l1li Jack you have willfully disobeyed t T me I told you distinctly scarcely minutes HBO not to go to tlJsuJl1r1J bowl again I shall bavo to puulsb 3oUII have not yet decided I must find some way to Impress upon your mind that obedience Is absolutely cssentlnlI Are you going to Lurt me sot by giving you pain I wish to make you sorry for wbat you have doneWhen are you going to begin I To begin Well that will depend upon the nature of the punishment Physical punishment Whats that Come cornel Stop these questions Little boys of your ago cant bo ex vested to understand such things WhyTII made no reply The question wo repeatedDidnt I tell you to stop asking I questions If you nsk another I wart therell U trouble Now sit up In that chair Im going to keep you there a full half hour Well see It 1 can make you understand that when I tel you to let that sugar bowl nlono yo are to obey me Jack climbed up Into tho chair and tnt nearly a minute without speaking then he said- Mamma I think I understand that when you tell mo to let the sugar bowl alone Im to obey you nut I wish to Impress It on your mind so that you wont forget 1C How long will It take No answer I was cutting out nightie for Jack and J proceeded twit my work without paying the slightest attention to him There was silence for a few minutes then ho said Mamma No answer I Momma No answer t MammaKnowing that he would keep It up I gave In antlsold- Wbat When Is tho trouble going to be Kin What trouble Didnt you say that If I asked an other question there would bo trouble I turned away that Jack should not see my face but didnt answer him t What kind of trouble is it going t bor Since an answer was Impossible J Rent out of the room for a few min utes to escape being pressed for one When I returned Jack harped on another string Mamma Im not a bad boy A tho exhibition at tho kindergarten stood up before everybody while Miss Drown said now good Id been I suppose that made you feel very one Hm I felt funny I What do you mean by funny I felt a chuckle down In my stom Ick Not wishing tho gravity of the sltua tlon broken I again turned away ma face There was no more for a period of one nute when Jack broke tlia silence Mamma It youll let me get down Ill try to be good Its very hard to be good Jack Isu IU j Hml Its mighty hard for me I wish to Impress upon you that you must at least obey Obedience is tho first thing for a child to learn Will I learn It any more by sitting hero any longer i You wont forget so easily Another uilnuto passed when Jack remarkedMamma this morning I was Jump- Ing on the spring bed I came down on the floor on my hands Havent I told you that you are not to Jump on the bed 1oull ruin the mattress and you might have hurt yourself badly I didnt hurt myself If Id had tlie tlmo I could bavo turned over and lit on my feet Jack began to get very restless I looked at the clock Ho had been pun shed Just cloven minutes Ills punish ment was wearing on uae far more than on him Jack I said If I let you get down do you think you can obey me in fur tore Oh yes mamma I know I can Well come and give mo a kiss Jack gave mo a tear hug and ran away in great glee In tho afternoon needing a spool of thread with which to finish Jacks nightie I went out to buy one leaving Jack timorously and reluctantly In care of a maid with Instructions to watch him carefully When I return ed on going to the dining room I found Jumps of sugar mingled with frag ments of my cut glass sugar bowl aIwedding present scattered on till floor tearing a yell upstairs I flow up to the third story There was Jack with blood from his nose running over n lump of sugar protruding from hiImouth lie had been trying to jump from the bed high enough to give him time to turn over If ever an old maid tells me how to tiring up children Ill tell her to go and get one and practice awhile MRS SAJIAH D WILSON toad Maintenance Scheme County Engineer George F HortonI I of Houston Tex has Introduced the nstitch III time system on the roads under his supervision Inspectors are eai 1 ployed by the mouth whoso duty It Is to patrol tho roads at regular Intervals and repair nil damaged places and care for the ditches and culverts Stations t twheroed that tuls method of P will provo far less expensive and Ilepflthe roads In better condition than old way of leaving them until they require nlmogt entire rebuUjlIny r- rc MINING A FINDS How Bayley and Ford Dlecovircd rita Coolgardte Mine I In the history of gold digging and gold finding many a romantic and tragic story is to be found Few of these stories however po scss more i fartI moue i Australia were discovered in 1892 i yieldedLuck played n great part in tho dis covert but it was the reward of perseverance In 1892 two Forrout tralin but after traversing 25 miles they lost their horses and ha to turn back Equipped with fresh horses they started on what proved to bo n long tedious and futile journey for once morp they were force to turn back time for want of water The third attempt won them fumo anti fortune found that which t goldInamel Coolgardie Pitching their semi- beside the well they turned tlsei horses out to feed and started pros petting tiro country around For I up n half ounce nugget before night they had gathered f over twenty ounces tf gold Two or three weeks more surface pros- t was rewarded with over 200 suppliesIcounsel concerning their disco j cries they returned to civilization laid in a frsjj stock of provisions nnd hastened back tQ their lido redo Within a few days of their return they happened the reef iha made Coolgnrdie Ihlginningwith a Iljlhl weighing fifty ounces the thathwee in a few s 5CO ounces of gold Bayley parrying 551 ounces of gold journeyed back to the nearest mining town exhib ited his find to the mining warden nut in a claim for a lease of the and on which this marvelous dis m covery had been made and hurried off to the fief ngftin with a party that numbered 150 man besides conches and horses and all the paraphernalia of prospecting and camp lug their Vflko in course oi time went gold seekers jn hundreds and thousands From Bailey np Fords mine there were taken in tho first nine years or its history 131- o 000 ounces of gold valued at 530 000 Almost as sensational as Cpol gardio were tho Lon onderry nu Wealth of Nations finds Tic o Londonderry was discovered by a putty of unsuccessful prospectors on 1their way back to Coolgardie Two picked up some rich gold bearing specimens After a brief search the outcrop of u reef was ex posed from which in tho courso a few days they took out from 400 to 5000 ounces of gold From th cap of the Wealth of Nations reef gold to the value of 20000 was se cured in a few days London Tit Bitsn There Isnt BO much credit In over coming temptation that doesnt tempt s thte bricks at the- mMASTER COMMISSION ERS SALE Breathitt Circuit Court Lexington City National Hank Plaintiff vs Notice of Sale Samuel Stephenson c Dcfts Hy virtue of a judgment and order of sale of tho Hrcathitt circuit court made and entered in the above styled cause at its regular May Term 1908 for the sum of J75000 with interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from the 1 day of Sept 100G up to Sept 1907 nnd interest upon said sum and interest front said 4th day of Sept 1907 until paid and S costs therein expended subject t credits of S I shall I to offer for talc at the Court IIouF- door in Jackson Ky on Monday Sept 28 1908 It being the first day of tho regu lar September term of tho Breath itt County Court between the hours of 10 oclock n m and 2 oclock p m the following de scribed property lying still being Breathitt County Ky FIRST TRACT Beginning at a blade jack on tho side of tho knob between the Sam McDanicl fork of Press Howard branch Open fork and Lick branch of South Quicksand and corner with tract convoyed to Dic tutor Land Company by Dan Will lams and Jack Clemons then with tho top of the ridgo between Sam McDanicl fork and Open forkand with the meanders of saidridge with tho Jack Clemons land 78 12 0 12 poles to a bunch of chestnut sprouts then n aO o lOA poles to n red birch in the alum CIO repn 28 o 18 poles to a chestnut oak then n 39 0 2a poles to two block jests on the lido of knob n 49 o 15 poles then s 57 35 poles to n largo pine then K o 18 poll to a white ooh and n 70i ft lOi poles to n hick ory at Wra C lemons corner then i with the top of the ridge amPVrnp lemony line n 28ke U poic jnoi tiroa n n e12rpole to a chestnut n- to GO poles to a itiko iliad wnn ale pointer n li e 512 12 poles ti i stnko antic hicjvory pointer j n 12 c 20 poles black jack it i ho poplar gip in all JlTfpolcfeto u Iulwon the jpint n tf a lal e ii 7e 20 12 poles lo n nanlo6ri a knob between McDaniel ork Open fork and Improvement branch of main Quicksand then iviih the ridge between Sain Mi Daniel forkand Improvement blnc1lidgo opposite the Winnie Gap 0hestnud with the top of said ridirc n 33 19 12 poles n 7 w 28 poky to r chestnut oak on a knob at the hear of the Polly McDaniol foil of the Press Howard fork and at Polly McDanicPs line thci sairono n w s w poles to a chestnut oakn 50 w 4 11olcs to a black oaks 557 12 w 34 Pos to a bunch of chestnut sprout n 83 1Q w lit pales tn a white oat thergo t parties pest live to Polly McDanie1 and in till 41 poles to two dog 1Fnn s v 1C poles to a che5lnltoakn3i w 101U pole ji 25 w 29 poles to r rsas on i knob corner with Polly McDanie and Kvrins Davis then with tIlt top of the ridge and sid PuhIIline s 47 w 8 poles s 20 w 35 to a large dogwood in the side of tlip gap between su dorkEvan Daylg branch s J1912 w 121110les tp a hickory n 67 12 w to a dogwoodon n not of 4f4 n u p on e at the butt of n spur that runs down to tlP mouth of the Lick fork then down tllP gajd point or spur sJ 12 w 51 poles to twr small svcomores near the mouth of sold Lick fork then up the point below tho mouth of said Lick fork s 36 w 21 poles to i I dogwoods 57wiG poles ton largo chestnut oak s 08 12 w 130olrs s3Gtv10polesS1U1 w 18 J2 poles s 2 12 w 19 12 poles to a pine s 17 o 29 poles to a pines s 37 c JO poles to a large chestnut oak s 6 e ttS poles to ft picstnpt oak on the knob between the vo Lick branches find R cornet of the Dan Williams survey then with the top of the ridge and the line lof said survey s G9 12 c 25 poles to a hickory s 20 e 38 polos to i double chestnut s hi 1it n- poles to a large rockwil n ergss mark n Cl 1 20 54 poles to two hidkbrics S HO 0 12 poles n lOtiI d0 poles to n small hickory not I pino near the corner of a lields 44 12 c49 12 poles to the begin 0Wing containing 40 peter plop p 0or SECOND TRACT Second tract or parcel of land in Hrrathitt county Ky lying on the waters of Press Howard branchof the south fork of Quick sand nnd more particularly de scribed as follows towitj le ill ning at a large ooplar on tho eas bank of the llagins fork of tile Press Howard branch then up tIll hill on the cast side s 73 410 to a small hickory on the top of the ridge between the JIujns fork and Gill Williams fork then with said ridge and its meanders n mi o 7 210 poles n 6ft e tar poles I sG3t e 10 poles s 53i c 15 poles s 46 e 10 12 poles H U01a 12 910 poles s 58hc 14 poles s 5Ui o 14 28100 poles to a slake n 4Gi o 44 810 poles n 85i 0 14 010 poles s 70i oil 310 poles to a chestnut only s rH clIO G10 poles to u locust on n ImobnUS 05810 poles n 321o G G100 poles n 29 12 e Hi poles n 32i o Hi poles n 20 e 32 poles to a chestnut n 47 12 e 4 poles to a small chestnut oak on a knob oot ner with Polly McDaniol then 10i4oc n n wen n 21 w 8 poles n 28 w 10 poles n 41 14 w7l2 poles n 55 12 poles w 410 poles n 24 12 w 2H 410 poles to west side of lIa ins fork then n 1 12 w 4 poles to a black gum near a stump and rock then up the point on the west side of the said Hagins fork n 21 710 poles to a hickory on the point i then n 38 w 4 910 poles n 47 w 11 410 poles n 8 14 w 18 poles n 17 12 w 0 710 poles n 45 14 w 45 C10 poles n 7Jw 15 410 poles n 86 14 w 1G 410 poles s 73 w 14 12 poles to a ligh knob at the hendof Cain hollow B 15 14 w 12 12 poles H 11 12 w 32 610 poles s 44 12 w 14 210 poles s 54 12 w 20 410 poles s 52 12 w 12 210 poles R 50 14 w 14 910 polls s 42 w 12 28100 poles to n hickory and chestnut oak s 65 34 w III poles s 8n w 19 poles n K3 w 13 310 poles n 77 12 w 18 12 Poles to a large oak on a knob bejow the Sheep Lick brunch s 12 e 9 poles s 40 14 c 13 210 poles s 35 014 12 poles to 1I lickory s 30 84 o 11 poles to a black oak s 18 14 o 10 810 poles to a red oak s 14 e 8 poles s 9 12 e 5 Ito poles B 18 12 e C 210 poles s 9 34 c B 84 poles too tho beginning containing 261 R ACrosS I roods and 38 poles unto or loss f THIRD TRACT parcellandyitsgonth0 hood of the MiDaniel 11or this Press Howard branch f South Quicksand creek nnd tore particularly described as rollows towit Beginning on a rock narked thus IIIon the south side of Hngins fork or tt Daniel fork whereoily updiefork with meanders of tho point md spur and with Polly McDan Is line to the ridge between said- rrk and Gill Willian s fork anti oniinenciig at the main ridge with Polly McDanicl and Gill AVJIiams then with Gill Wil- iiWis lino and with meander f ridge between Ha ins fork and Jill Williams fork to a on he ridge where tho drainage ol Jill Williams furls Hagins fork mil Winnie branch of niair- Quickand divide then leaving Gill Villiams lino and following ho ridge between llagins f rk Winnie branch rId with its nioan lois to the road gun nt the heac f road fork of Hagins branch orner with Polly McDaniol titer PolljMcpanielacres more or r FOURTH TRACT lyingI Fork of South Quicksand creek it Brenthitt county Kv and more particularly described us follows Beginning at three chestnut oak 1and a locust on top of the ridgi between Noble ranch end Im provompnt corner to a tract sold to Dictator Land Co by G W Fugate and to the Ky M M L CO nnd to land soil by John Iemmonthen with the John OlpmniQns land and the ridgo hptwpen Olipn Fork tin L Arter branch s sig30 W f 62 ft to r stake then following said ridge s 78 w QUI ft to u loust then H 530 w 800 ft then n 87 45 w 210 ft then s 55 w 327 ft then s 3110 w 142 ft to a in gap between Opon Frk an Arter brunch Arch Dtckenson gap then still following saiu ridge s 2330 w 677 ft to a chest nut oak then s 74 w 190 ft to bjack ooh on t of a ooh ties of G W Noble branch Arter Willitnibrandla state then s 3015 w 558 ft tc a chestnut oak corner to John Clemrrons land and the tract bSjJOhngum nap John Kucate tract and tho G W Noble tract then with the G W Noble tract crossing a branch of the right fork of Fork n 45 e 12b6 ft to a sarvice with hicko ry chestnut oak and small lynn pointers on ridge between branch OpenIIvan and beech corner with Geo Noble tract and the G W Fugate tract n 4130 n 178 ft to a spruce pint on bank of branch of Open tota e 280 ft to a large poplar on branch then n GG 35 e 132 ft to a beech then n 48 e 248 ft to a small beech and two white oaks near the mouth of Arch Dlpkson fork then n 89i e 266 ft to a and poplar at mouth of Mud Ljc branch then n G2 e 4QO ft then n G8 e 540 ft to a small gum and water oak on bank of branch n 8650 e 505 ft to a maple and sourwood on bank of branchthen- n 945 e 620 ft to a hickory in cave head of Noble branch then n 7320 o 407 feet to the beginning containing one hundred and twelve acres FIFTH TRACT Lying and being in Breathitr county Ky on the Open Fork of South Fork of Quicksand creek beginning at e rock marked X three birch trees standing on the corner of said rock pointers on the hill southwest side of the first right hand fork below wherofaid Wm Clemmons new lives a corner to Dictator Land Co then down the hill with said line n 10 e 23J poles crossing right hand fork to a spruce pine then up the hill n e 23J poles to a small white oak then up point n G8 e 28i poles to a hick oryn 2GJ e 24 poles to twin dog woodsn 50J e 22 poles to a large chestnut oakn 1C w 28 poles to a dogwood on side of the mount ain then down the hill n 17 W 45 poles crossing the right hand fork of tho three Equal forks above said Clemmops rouse to a spruce pine on a cliff then up the hill n Gi w 26 po to a largo black pine on the point then the point n 27i e 40J po to a black oak n 31J c 32 po to a hickory on the between Improvement branch of Quicksand and Open fork corner to Thomas Co then with the ridge with said linen 80i w 18i po to a chestnut oak 14 w 27S po to a twin maple n 70i w 52i po to a chestnut oak- on knob IKR l of Winnie branch I of Sam McDaniel fork I IWoolly alargethree chestnuts s 66 w 26 po 1o garfmarked to a chestnut oak s 31I w 18 po passing a chestnut oak G links to a large chestnut oaks 45 w 15 po to a locust 9 links nIa chestnut 16 links left s 27i w I 19i po to a chestnut oak s 7i w 37 po passing two hickories too chestnut oak s 271 w IBS po to a white oak earlier to Dictator Cnvcbranch smallblacktwin maple s 1G e 12 po s 551 o 10i po to a chestnut and sarvice crossinlOpenthehillthe hill s 52J e 28 po to the beginning containing 237 771GO acres by survey Trnot No 1 herein described is tho Santo land conveyed by G D ngenfordated Aug 7th 1559 of record in Deed Hook 0 pogo 15iS 3S1 nnd WO Hronlldtt county court clerks office Tract No 2 herein described is the the same land con veyed by J W Catdwell to W K Gunn agent for junn 11ooll11V deed dated Aug Kith I ISbO of record in Deed Hook NO G pogo 4F6 and 457 Hrcathitt count court clerks ollico Tract No fl heroin drscribod i e the sumo land conveyed by O W Noble and wife to W Eo Gunn I agent for Gunn Woolly by deed dated J Jin 1889 of record In deed took No G page 42 and 4J8 Hreathilt county court clerks office Tract Jfp 4 herein described is tics souls land conveyed by Hnrvey Williams ct aI to W K loan agent fop lung t Woolly by deed datrd Oat 211 JHSl of re- curd in Pood Hook No 7 pages 220 227 223 22 nnd 230 Breath Itt county court clerks ollicc Tract No 5 herein is the sent d lemonsdfo Gunn and Wot llv by deed tinted Feb 7th HmO of recorl in- Deed lloph Jo 7 pages 222 2 courdt Tracts 1 p curd a are the same tracts of landconveyedbyW E Gnnn to W A Gunn and C II Woolly composing the unit o Gunn Woolly by deed dated Ian 15th 1801 of record in Uecf- hook S pages 107 105 and 100 clerka+ Tract No 4 heroin described is the name land convoyed by W FtlGunn to W A Gunn and C II Woolly partners aa Otinn vC Wooly by deed dated Jan hth 1895 01I record in Doed Hook 010 pages count1courtand to the above mentioned aid described tracts of land are con veyed by said W A Junn nor1 wife to C H Woolly by deer dated of record in Deed Hook No Itt page 21J Ireathitt county court clerks anise So that C tllothhad 1111lic theki e boml for tho purchase money with approved security bearing interest from day of solo and having the force and effect of u replevin bond and a lien will be reserved in said bond on all the property sold all the purchase price inures and costs are fully paid Bidders musj bp prepared to oomply promptly w terms Amount of debt 975000 Amount of interest Amount ofcot of suit ComJIlissionerscost Cost for advertising 8200 Total J W CAiimvBM M C B C C What He Knew About po you think Mr Do Uiiflf that nb Bunco wakes the heart grow fonder II aui sure I do nut know having had but little experience with affair of tho heart I know that absent treat went tnaUcH tho Btonuuli grow loader nil right Best flio World AMmls It ijlvp + the ooh nnded plea cure to recommend llneUlmiii Arnlcn SMlve says J U Juiikln of Chapel Hill N n I am convlnreil the bei salve the world affords It curfd h felon rn my tluiinb rand It never fnllc to heal every sure burn ur wound ti which 1111 applied I8a at Jackson drug IlureI I WOMANS BACKACHE I hit back is the nminsprinj of womans organism It quickly calls attention to trouble by milling It tells wjth other symptoms such aa headache pains in tho louts weight in tho lower tho Iwdy that n womans fiuiniuu organism needs immcdiatcnttcntion In such cases the ono sums remedy causeIto a healthy nonpal condition i- sLYDIAEPINKHAMS VEGETABLE COMPOUND Jlrs Will of 0 Columbia Aw llockland tile says withdreadful wayIthought I vould never gut well I rend what Iydln K IInklmm8 Vgetablq Cam r uud had done for olhcni ftu llrebottlesso well in nj life EarVait sailtgall had QO ap stile F 1111 tllllllS Venctablo Compovmil vTf1 inn nuts made mo feel lino u vf oiua- uFACTS FOR SICK WOMEN r thirty years lodln K Pink tam s Vtjjutalilo inntxPUnd made train roots and herbs has been tho standard remedy for female ills i andhaspositivelycurrdllaouaanttsoworsen t llncentcnt54jtltldlmutmtloninnerstlou iwrlodic jxiins backache that ll illdlJohtlondluinlOl 3Fruit and Sugar VH ttQren ill nut the only food on vrhtvlt the horse thrive In Kgypt the khwlive kIt inure are fad largely on currants and thieve fruit pal aniinalt are natal for their on thefitIof the sugar c4nc are fed to the hono of tho Indlos and for long weeks in many parts of Canada windfall apples form the hoar only food In Tasmania puuchea Mild in Arabia da l oe lake the place of tho usual hoy and outs corn and bran lust liMiclly UiKlit I Rare aced Dr icings Sw Lift Iilli till several years and tint then Jut exactly rlllhlu rays Mr A A Kellon of Hurrlavlllu N Y New Life IllIs rrlUre without the Ions t discomfort neat remedy for cnn ltll atlon billluiunxm und mulnrln V5c At Jack on drug store j Lift Wien lire it ron e And Joy fa bravo 14e It envprVmty la bile utnrIfigs bindnees Sling then life Ii 0I 1 Anti boa In lilnd TIll mirth we hold With Rriefi oomtilneJ Then liernilta we Arid vainly yearn oleot D L ALLEN JEWELER MAIN ST 01M IOSTOKKICU huts for sale a nice lino of VATOIIBS KMltMiM PISS EYE GLASSES SPKCTACMW tad nil kinds of Jewelry REPAIRING A SPECIALTY Prices Reasonable Please call and examine 51lv REMOVAL I have moved to McCormick near Campton Junction where I willcontinue my business of mph log MonumentsAND II Any one wanting anything in my line will please writo mo at McCormick Ky I will make monthly visits to Jackson and hope all my friends will save thou orders for mo II it1M1 SHELY I Beautifying Road Sides ofDelimitIleutlr1tIho I I FllrnhnNIItextend Its work to other parts of tho state ILE RAILWAY = uvrKvr rr mi j I xs WhSr HOU t DANo 1 No Sundayhx AM 1M Alt1 00OKJct t loOakdaluliolallega48HttyvlcJct7 0sTorrentilencairn 7 10 so 8 iiii 2GCmptonJct748 8dKilsun 48StanUiijndnIll 4CWynndottu OSMontroso 20uNo11AS1IM A At Lv 35MohtruuAvon 2 48 7 5i U1Ihtehesler 1 Iat K Junct 3 20 8 20 1 Indian Fields 8 81 n 42 U1Stanton irFilson r iJiCampton 43us40Torrentr 00 10 OS HeattyvilleJunct f 10 10 17 2t1lnBegaAthol l11 lu 4A 61IVrl isArCONNECTIONS L K UNCTlONTrains Nos 1nnll a will make connections with C A O Ky for ili Stcrliiiir- CAMlTON JUl i ION h Nox1 2 a and 1wn conned with foppassengers UtTIOXNo licattyyuleo ICJUXCIIOXlrnll4Xo KeutuclcyforCI I AS SCOTT G P A ol K RAILWAY BFPKCTIVK XOV 10 IDOd W12ST HOUND Daily Kx Sun 1ST OLAs Ul CIUH KLv4 10FrozenVanolcve 11 38 a ia MIIl1l11ptooUoso Fork 12 05 4 30 45IlelechllwnAr Cannel City 12 35 5 20 EAST BOUND Daily Ex Sun 2n u1ASN Jar CLASS A ii 1 ii Lv 00HelechawaLee City 7 4 a 1 2a aaHampton11 ilhurst 8 37 1 51 57frozen9 25 2 25 A JQSunday returningIcavM L CQNLEY Gon Mgr Mountain Central Depart Arrive mXArrive Depart 8 00 a m Campton Jun 10 05 a m 4 pluMulCK passenger trains KILL llANO FOR THE CURE Ir Ill Y 1 THE LUNGS Dr Kings I IJ Discover I COUCH COUCH New trIAl PRICXI ELK AND ALLTHtOAT AND lUN TROUBLES OUARANTZRD SATISFAorO 0 MONY UPUNDKD- i r