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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r t 1Best Advertising Medium IMDREATHITT AND OININO COUNTIES i n PnblishorA NicwiiAiKit DEVOTED TO J INTEREaN o EASTERN KKNTOOKT ONE DOLLAR PER AEAR 1N4DYANOE lJ WWK liAOiNijEdltor Rod llK Volume VIf Jackson K ntuc1cl+ FrIday Scntcmbe 0 8h908o Number 47 I J 7 0 u a n1 STAR STORE fOF EUSTER A CSr 10 DAYS SALET AT COSTY Wo nro preparing to male room for oar Kali Stock f lvo have got a big stock bf Mensi Children Boys CLOTHING A Large Stock of Dry Goo Jsr Ladies Skirts Brown Blue and BlacksWens i Top Shirts and Underwear Pants Counter 0 panes and Lace Curtains to 1 Mens Hiits at 25c Less on the 81 u t C A UIU STOCK 01 4 h y x e s+ Ladies and Childrenss ATtCbST ICES Lvurythingwa soritslow prj OJ 7 r E l saacsI n Wtl l hililli T l SPFLOYD DAY Pros T 8AMUKL 11 BAD 1r Cnolilvr lt1 ltI P CHAWOKD Vice lies i4 iS J- F 1t UAI l iAcllnb CII4hhi W S JlOIIIUC AIt Cash r IllltlllUtltltl 0 totirFiitfJ BANKING METHODS dr 1 ARE SATISFACTORY 4 t il r oltit ngq o ol arc not already in this nurn 1 ifibClj Call in and talk the subject over with g I us A cull will entail no obllglltiont g Wont you try and see r Y i AIDUP CAPITAL and SURPLUS 2735000 i 0 I JACpOMPQSIT BANKJ- ti t Jackson ncntuc 8 l IIV l I f ilItt1 t t 1 dr tr fJ0- t LYON SON 0 s- I ill istsI t j l SURANCE1 ir jt hj- c gay i 1 M 1 j1 I y t REAL ESTATEj iI 0 I j ANDBONDSat Ii t J 1 l it i r t AGENCIES 1l to IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL T JWrS ii ti ft i UN EASTERN KENTUCKY vC i S Want LiveEnergetic vv Men to Represent U- sfiin Ji Unoccu zed Territory i b t i r tJ i I Address r All Communications to the Com il Ji pany at tfeattyville Kentucky o- a iTc 5 Qa a a c1 tcQoI V u t cZ r iI 1 s I k1j g t I r k r BREATHIT an IOJ TY NEWSi o Taft and His Religion- It is being urged by the Iteput licun press that the religion ori rather the lock of the belief in reo litfion that is held by tho majority of the American people shoal not be urgedauainst Mr Taft They contend that the Constitution of the United States does not proI nribo any religious tests or reI quire any religious belief on thr part of any one That is truet Hut America i a Christian nation Upon it is fixed the eyes otthe world anti on its course in n measure depends largely the ex tension of the religion of Christ f 0IWhile a relisiious test may no be required of a people or their governors history is replete will tlio failure of nations that have departed from Christianity or the have refused to nccept the SllIet Shortly after the French rovolu lion that country by general IlIwI abolished tho Sabbath and in itst stead ordained cvoy tenth day I1S day of rest The government attacked the priesthood and thet ministry and sought to establish II purely materialistic government What has been the result for Franco Jfr has resulted in so de plorablc n state of both public and private morels that the country is doomed unless it returns to the sane andmitural code The doing tawnywith the religious re straint in tho homes has led to n state6f moral in which civil mar riages arc hold lightly divorce is common and tho sanctity of the marriage tic is utmost unknown Duly ono result could happen The death rate is far in excess ofI the birth rate so much that the government in its alarm has sought to encourage fruitful marriages by offering prizes and pricmiums on children born in wedlock The joparturo from the teaching of the Christian code has caused it- o Upon the other hand lapin sow one of the great nations wnsI 11 nation but little regarded until it established some years ago by imperial edict that the Christian religion should be the religion of lie country Since that time thei country has grown and blossomed us a rose History is replete with these instances and neither nan nor nation that denies Christ cnn prosper o Taft is a Unitarian The def inition of Unitarian is according to the dictionaries UNITAKIAN One who denies the doctrine of Iho Trinity believing that God exists only in ono person Deny ing the Trinity ho denies the ex stance of Christ lie denies that Christ was conceived of Godor that he is the Savior of mankind That church if it should ba called a church believes that Christ was simply a man not even the son of Joseph but an illegitimate child of Mary A roan holding that be lief might be a moruLmnnIn er- l sol did not drink swear chow or have any of the common vices but he did incalculable Harm to tho country Taft may be a moral than but ho denies the DC vanity of the Savior of man 0iDoth protestants and Catholics spend millions annually to spread the Christian religion to the land- of the unenlightened These peop- Iwhin wo designate as heathen are not fools or idiots The lack of morality mind tho failure of sons o of the people who profess tho re ligion of Christ has been one of the drawbacks to our missionaries as the heathen frequently says to them If your people believe in the teaching of Christ why do not nil of you practice Ills teachings Would not these same people say to our missionaries if Taft were elected VkYliy como over here to teach us thou religion iof your Christ and then le a President of your own Christian n nation who rejects your Christ and who refuses to believe d Him Tho election of Taft woul wo believe do more to hurt the cause of religion and to prover tho spread of Christianity than all the Paincs Voltarics Darwin 4 Huxleys Timlnlls t r 1 lIsfnnd all the open enemies V risliar have over been ableV do 0 Andwhen Mrs Langlcy the K publican nominee for Congress Mr Adams the Republican car didate for Circuit Judge and Mi Kasli the Republican candidat Conrmonwealthd Attorney come to you foryour support nsle them if they endorse the candi clacy of a maii who repudiates the Savior of the world Ask them if they are going to vote for the mm who openly denies Christ lhe Republican party is responsible for this There arp thousands of good men in time Republican part who do believe in Christ and the factthat Mr Tuft an unbe hover was known tothe Republi cans before his nomination Ilcnci Uurqucr naturallV arises is the KqwbUcan party arparty that endorses religion or is it a parti repudiates all the sacred tra ditions and beliesff tho pcopli who have a a life be oDd grave d I If you vote odless pnrt3 what will YOU for tha days work be I X X X Hazel Green Wolfe Co lIon J U White of Irvine Democratic candidate for circuit judge lion A ILkStiunpcr of Campion Democratic candidate for Commonwealths Attorney nnd lion S G Sample of Camp ton candidate for county attorney of Wolfe county were hero lust week shaking hands with their many friends and looking after their political atruirsR J Mc Lin and family who have been attending the bedsidcOf his father in Virginia for about two weeks returned Saturday Last Saturday the dR y of the dedication was a day of pride for the Hazel Green AcademyTM T 3 iOIl Atw terJ was present and gave ashortltalk also Mrs A l1 Harrison of Lexing ton nnd the Misses Ford were present Curl a stu dent gave a very interesting lee lure after which the exorcises were closed by prayer Then all marched in a promenade over the swinging bridge to the boys dormitory and Helen g Moses Mem tirial thence to the Industrial Muilding where all adjourned The exercises were under the DorIthickcls Rugs Jones is selling for jlOOO Tlio Ilcmcdy That DOCH Dr King New Discovery U the remedy that due the others mimUes lint fall to Perrormsye Mrs E It 1iergm at Auburn Centre ID It U curing mo of throat and lung trouble of long standing tlmt other treatments relieved nly tempo mrily New Discovery U doing me so much good that I feel confident Its continued use for a reasonable length nf time will restore me to perfect health This renowned cutgband cold remedy rind throat and lung heal er In sold HI lask on Drugstore 60i3 iud 1 00 Trial bottle tree Cr6ckettsville Funeral services will bo held It tho Crockettsville burying grout at the grave of uncle Geor Belcher tho second Saturday nnd Sunday in October by Rev Cljft Taylor There will bo inert rial services at the Crockettsvil burying ground thc tlim Snturdu and Sunday in October publishe WnltersIconducted in tho neighborhooi during the week TheChristiai Temperance Aid at Crockettsvill desire and request that all Chris tian readers of The Breathil County News when assembled nt their places of worship that they join in the following prayer Almighty God who dost inhabi eternity while we appear but for a little moment and then vanish away wo adore Thy eternal name though Thou hold tho destiny of nil things we deeply implore ar administration of Thy power for relief from tho sale of liquor sold and distributed to the people Almighty and Eternal God it is in Thee only do wo trust ant Thou alone can take away the salt if whiskies from our midst Di tine Father our laws hafniled out Thy powers will not unto Thee do we submit our future ind the future of our children bc having that Thou will make use- of such means as will relieve us- lof this curse and save us We n 1cnil through Christ Amen William Helchcr of Shoulder 13lade and Jackson Little of Kl jatawa were in the neighborhood of Josh Aikmuns Sunday on business and on their return visited L C Howling Dan McDaniel of Leslie county was here Sunday on his return from attending the burial of the president of the lum cr firm of which ho ioY membcr Mrs John Callahan Wilson allalmn and Robert Talent par ook ofn watermelon feast Sun lay prepared by Misses Eliza and DOIn Howling Boss UXOLK Winchester was chosen as the lace for holding the next session of the State Grand Lodge of the fr 0 U A M which will be in tho fall of 1909 Wool and Hides Wanted I will pay the highest cash prices for Wool Hides and Fcath era You will had me on the corner next to M S Craina store 45lf L 11 WmtAKEU It Cant Ho neat The bust of all teachers h ex lerieiipn 0 M Harden of Silver Oil North Carolina says I timid Electric Hitters does all thaitf claluied fur It For Stunuch Liver and Kid ipy troubles It cnnt be bent I have I rled It and find it a most excellent mdtclnu Mr Harden ia right Its Iht heat of all medicines also for veaknex + lame Hack andair run limn conditions Heft too tar chill md malaria Sold under guarantee it Juukson drug store boo 522 C5 55cS25225255Z525Zv rsu522525 TYPEWRITER EXCELLENCE C For SIMPLICITY of operation NEAT ESS of r i finished work VERSATILITY usages median ical PERFECTION in its workmanship no otherC1J typewriter eau approach the 9NEW No 5 OLIVER C A perfect tabulator tho bestIifor mimcograplMvork longest lifeCt FREE TRIAL OFFERSimply notify mo U that ou are interested in a typewriter and you will n y befurnishedorio for a thorough trial without any n obligation on fr pnrtPlf you decide to buy one It after trial terms will be made to suit ouruconvenience TPFiyo dollars a month for a short time and the machine is oursV All cash if you prefer C g Some Jackson Users of The OliverCS S TauJbnc County Judo W D IJncic Clrctilt Clerk C Koll KtiaB Comtnoiiwcnltlis Attorn j- Urtll1ollhlnjttolne AttorneC LUtl j S Wright ManufacturersCMr Mclntosu Itiillroiul Agent Elkutnwa Ky C Ask these for their opinions of the wonderful workmanship of the OLIVCK C n IJ J W B = OELZEJ gent for Oliver Typewriters C dOt rilEVnilWu U r 6Ul1LI63IU1NlLG FUIIIOFIC syVlMES fpp IVAF sysTKJJS JDKF1CB ItDjsItS LR t f1UOUT 8011 s1 CONPAYIWITH lTTlItf tteT nANUPACTURINO 5iLRi 52 ZSZ52525aS2 4Z- YT c l y wt cc s r r V v- c s- d K Irk str I The Largqst Circulation i OF ANY PAPER IN THIS 8tCTION f 1iu ICJjQSINGOUTJ r- rI Ilavc Fully Determined to Soil Out and+ if Go t6 Lesingtow I Mean Business l- r r r TIllS IS NO FARE SALSA 00 The Prices Speak for Themselves Cbmetarid It See and be Convinced that I Mean toClose Out V 1 V Just Look at the Prices vt 3 cent Paper of Pins Closing Out Price I centi lOc Heavy Stockings Closing Out Price 7 I2c 25c Underwear Closing Out Price 15c a SHOSHOES SIfqES 400 Shoes Closing Out Price 1 2 300 4V 200f f t75275 1 y 250 i 1 150 r K JTI l 7 t WOMENS SHOESf r J OOWomens ShoesJCIosihgOut price li50 j 75 V 0 1 25 iu U ff150 o 125 e 75cIIIIIIlIiIIL PRICES ON CLOTHING J c 750 Suits Closing Out Price 500 600f1 400 500 1 u 3 50 CLOSING OUT PRICESrAND BLANKETS X125 Blankets Closing Out Price 1 85c i 90c 65c 1 125 Comforts Closing Out price I 85c 1t BRUSSELS ROOM SIZE RUGS V 1350 Brussels Room Slze Rugs 9x12 1000c 1100U i I 8xIOr6 850 j r Jj We have lots of other goods too numerous to i nention Everything is being sold regardless of value Now is the chance of a life time Dont niss it Everybody come andseeT rthjiices peak for themselves t JOITES STORE 5VVr y Corner of Court Street and College Avenuef I 1iVtnLee Collegiate fnthYuwJ- v INCORPORATED I JACKSON KENTUCKY This institute openedwith a large attendance and will continue thirtysix weeks I All Departments will be continued so far as needed and opportunity will be given advanced Ipupils to takethe accredited course for admission to college Give us your support Stand by yourVhome school and help us build itup d J For terms and all other information apply to 1 r r I C A LEONARD Principal lf Jackson Kerituck 1 nk J I1 i I I T 1108 B S 0 SAMlLK 1 ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and Councelors at Law CAailTOX ICY I This firm will practice in nil time courts of Wolfe nnd adjacent coun 3tics Special attention to Corpo Law nnd Real Estijto Lit3 gation f LI n Offices Second Floor Farmers Traders DIDk Id + Weii Ayres Hendetp r DEALER I- NGrain Seeds Feedl Wheat Barley Oats and Corn KentuckyBlue Hay Stray t Hill Feed f A 4k The Breathitt News- st PER YEAR IN ADVANCE J 0 WISE HAGINS EDITOR q u Friday September 18 I1 t i t rAH = 3PATTON I 7 w tArrORNEV N LAW OFFICE INtCUAWFORD BLDG i JACKSON KY ri oi 1 IJES5HS2SB5H5HSES2SE5ESH O II Ii1 01 FIn PHYSICIAN AM SunOEONm Office and Kes Phone 5G iiIJACKSON KYnLs 525252S252csS2J+ iJiiiMniiiimmmiiiiiiiimiuiiniiiiiimriw MABTLN T KELLY i- E ATTORNEY AT LAW f OFFICE rx IIUKST mGf = JACKSOX KY1 MiiiiiiimiiiiiiiminiitiimniiiiiiimiiiiiJ jctK x 2zisiSE52Gsa rDRJI P DUFF 1PmSJlJutNn SURGEON DRUG h r BTOUK n C 1ACK60K KENTUCKY I11 ereart a sLc II HURST fJY iN um SURGEON 41 t Office in Ttofllc6 Building 54 JaKyLPhone 4 Notice to Candidates r Announcements of candidates for office will bo charged for as followsJ 10004ht for at5 cents per line Such com munications will bo treatedas purely advertising matter for which The News does not assume any responsibility Cash must accompany all orders for such advertising ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY CLERK rtI I take this means of announc ingmyself as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Ureatliitt County subject to the action of the Democratic party If elected I shall regardless of pnrtynflilinI Itions be your most 4 vant ALFRED RUSSElL To the Voters of Breathitt CoII am a candidate for the of County Court CNjrkjto be voteherd for at the November election 1909I4 GEO W NOBLE J9Js IU1 Atflauorze to announcc 10BEJIT DEATON v of XJrockettsville as a candidate for sheriff of Breathitt county subject to the action of the Demo cratic partI oJIe v FOR JAILER Wo are authorized to announce WVESLEY TURNER JK as candidate for Jailerof Breath itt county subject to the action o the Democratic party Wo are authorized to announce i MIKE ROBINSON as a candidate for jailer of Breath itt county subject to tho action of tho Republican party We are authorized to annoupcp J II HUDSON as a candidate for Jailor of Breath itt county subject to the action of the Democratic party 3- TWe are authorized to announce tlGas a candidate for Jailerof Breath itt county subject to the action ft the Republican party- SUPERINTENDENTx OF SCHOOLS 11o are authorized to announce ATONi ofI4BrdlnRfc A t FuneraLMeeting t Teofpla of Liberty Craw the StephenQrnwford online Crawford Jrad Sirneonli CriworqJUJ iHf 111DrSnnclny in OcioUerrHfOS1mv iff r J lal1lnsodoz GJIBroadliursts Succeissfiil Play TIiE NAN TJ O BY I a LBERT i AYSONJERHIJ1E i BY I 3EQK6B HBRQADfttnST jA fyn Ronnctt at tirst glance Iiad Jlttlo to distinguish him from the nT orqge good looking young man about town Burn closer observer would have noticed a Ilrmiuwa about tin shapdly mouth an honesty nod strength of purpose about tilt CIiln genera nil or Intent power hay unnwak cued beneath the Jolly purposeless i exterior No crisis had yet coiled forth any ppoclal inanlfestatlon of this power nut incanvvhllo Beiinttt was con thatI1whogreat ownss a j timer possessed o fiepclal position un assailable IIndtuallr fortunate In that tlrut spell popularity ufrthcjieJgilSjJhntl save- dlwcnnetttbettwbleof Qhtlii 6 lifes battle orBboVrhij1 who might be within his react Good old Bennett halloJ Perry We were lust talking nlmut you Good IDallathing Is bettor than Indifference What were you saying about me Wou tell him Dallas grinned the boy II11l1shlrigwlthTheu Ill tell for myself Perry gleefully I was Just nskln1I the girls confusion Dennett quickly changed the subject by Inter rupting My mother will be over hero In n 11alongand she were chums at school Miss Harrison I Cynthia Oar laout Oh Ill be ever w glarlfosee6er a I JI I know t r boahr IcrtJrefusing toabesuubbcd They SIlYI vines a Borg li flooker When her fennel was utfder the hammer I bought 1iv her two pet Boston terriers Petty and Prince Maybe that wontE make mo solid with her eh Well I guess All I ask Is a start and youll find n whole lot of cripples slower than mightfhappen to meet em Maybe thats a bum lien Good old maruFull of his Machiavellian scheme too lad totted the long win fDallas without preamble you oust surely know why A Im hero today Youve seen that paragraph In the I have seen it she answered quietly Tukwi aback by her manner Bennett hcsltatcd an instant then asked acre ouslyThetile rumor Isnt true Dallas Tell me IMjnfi f Why s It be true she coun perversely astliougU not wholly to witness the now look her words called to bjipface The look deepened us Hennett continued You dont love Glbbs Surely you r dont love him fI The French wfndovtS swung wide brca king otto her reply t cnAPTER II MVVN BENNETT turned sharply toward the window angry nt the Interruption but ferry Wnlnwrlgbt ushering two la In from the veranda wet his scowl with u wink of triumph Not so tad eh called the boy Met thew us t ley were turning Into drive You nee of tho latwowho since her entrance lito tile room ad been engaged In exchanging dc ghted greetings with Dallas SO youdcoma to meet art You slllil you happenedlaeat Well well The fact I i 1 qtlft tQ Jo omctbniritflrtllogla 1 tt1 3rt V honor of meeting you BO r rot r ray first lie I Dont mind Lira Cynthia Inupliod Dallas lies token that way quite often Oil Its his usual pace them queried Miss Garrison luuoecntly I thought perhaps ho was just warm in up toknsJdisgust tell mo nil about yourself Hove There Isnt much to tell lint thero going to be Im going to work Work What fort Fur a living of course k- Not really Yes Isnt It ridiculous broke l Mrs Bennett a sweet little old lady who now found her first chance to edge In a word amid the general vole Jpy of talk But Cynthia Is set on doing It shouldnt n I havent a del IIWhy theres a theory that ono must 1nut what are you going to dof nskI ed Dallas I dont know I have n pretty pood education i shall find something I Dallas I think your brother Is giving us a high sign of BOHIP sort I awl declared Perry I ju wanted to tell you theres n surprls- waiting for you Two surprises lu onp kennel Wont to see Vin r What Is be talking iibout querie- Cynthia appealing to Dallas for HgUt on the mystery About Betty and Prince Charlie re torted Perry Your two Boston ter rlcrs that I bought Want to see e U1 ph the darlings Of course 1 do Where ore Como gand Ill darlings eh1 Talk JUktIImc n dogDont de spair suggest ed Cynthia Maybe youll i growIStill puzzling I vaguely as to thu weaning of this cryptic ut terance Perry followed Miss if Garrison from the room a grit of satisfied am Litton wreath Ing his tanned I face t To think of poor little Cyn = r M 1thin hnJnJgo J DallasQuroomthem Otto would as soon think of putting a but j terlly Into liuruoss Is It true she has no money left I Im afraid Its only too true answered Mrs Bennett Uer father lostI everything In speculating lie was I cashier of the Israel Putnam Trust and pfterward president UcCSilo paused as the office door opened and Thompson the secretary came I Into the room At sight of Mrs Ilea nett bo Becnied clout to turn Lark but changing his purpose crossed to the table and begun to look for some doeu meats ho had tolled to gather up What was the rest of the story about Mr Garrison asked Dallas really Interested in the older woman recital IIjt t Thompsons papers slipped hU fingers and went skidding ncrospI the polished floor The others looked around In surprise Excuse reel muttered the seer tart ns he stooped to gather up the 110IHe went va Arranging the scattered papers In his usual unobtrusive silence effacing himself trove the twneral talk You were telling me about Cyntbtos rather said Dallas Oh yes said Mrs Bennett taking up the thread of her 11 It lie was looked on as one of the most Uniornlijp tanked In the city And so ho wax ntil his misfortune Misfortune More misfortune titan crime Ills wife was n girlhood friend of mine so perhaps I am prejudiced In his favor famous financier a dear friend of hisInduced him to make n very Urge loon that proved to be a mistake He SI went to the financier tor advice as to how to recoup the loss The financier told him of an Investment by witch = be could get all the money biycl without any risk nnd could make good the loan Mr Garrison took his alleles used the banks funds for the purpose and the Investment proved worthless Tile bank vws Insolvent Mr Garrison shot uhnseif Horrible Horrible murmured Dallas The horrible part of the whole storj carne put Inter sand Alwyn Bennett It scams the financier had deliberately ruined Mr Garrison and was on the other side of the deal by which the banks lauds were lost In other wrongs he persuaded Ids friend to put money In what ho knew was a losing venture then took that money himself He did It willfully tClilluC1 In Mrs Bennett knowing hlsfrlehd would be ruined and that the bnnfcs mousy wild ho lured Mr Garrison Into In rcstliig was going to swell his own 111 gotten fortune I did not think any one lived who pInllCynthia suffered least of all salty Mrs Bennett She was imam a cbUII ot the time Her motJierPJ ied of grief and her brother a prom clover young fellow just enterb Vt collegedisappearedDeserted lXot so ball as tbrtLlie orobabli fw H went away sooner bnn face his fa timers disgrace niuU l ernu life sonic where fur from boi d What was nine years ago yet ever KUO he sends Cynthia a llttlp money pvcry mount not ouch but no oatt all he cn 11scrape together nlore Ida bur hrln wtgr locate him anywhere Thcro Is no clew except thnt monthly money order fytGI saw one r 8hellrll he was n fine manly boy The must have liMn worst of all on him So n wan lost 4tlt good name an his life bin wife iftell his sons lire liupnaerlxhed nosed Dallas anti all that r financier might grow a little richer Jcant believe HI A little uabnmutluf displaying sac relemenee m th4ldrseuce ot one o her uncles glauctnl toward the tablov nut the sccntary had gone My husband prattled Mrs Rennet complacently ajvays said that men who rose In the nlonyI world reached ttlorty places over the despoiled b hundreds ott victims Thank l1uh my Joy has no such parental retard to look back on mile tress and In private life Youve read of hU splendid clvltwar record Then be went Into bus ws as a contractor and engineer anIfnrned n fortune every dollar was hones Thats something p 1 proud of In these money ill Cfiw What was theiQttipof the who ruined Mr Garrison asked nal1 Iran still haunted by the uarratlvp shad Just heard v illI No ono knows It was at the time Th rl1cts In the written confession left by Mr Uarrlron be j came public property but through po litical Influence atnome of the wan responsible for the tiageJy was sup prcssctl here I sit chatting on dole fug topics while hose two young pee pie nre running all over the place uq chaperoned Excuse rue WQiit yoy oiii Ill look tliorii tin Continued next week MORGAN COUNTY Ifisko Mrs AlfrcUCrasc nnd Mrs H iF Elnin visited friends mind rely tives nt KpUbins Snturdiiy an- dundujEI Allen of Leo City g 6rJIQ inger Sewing um cllfn 7wqi fn j1 Jn4ttllj iccckllevtlt 1l I tr nt to Martin county last week where he expects to nttpnd tho Associa ton before rolurnini homo J II Pughaf xHeJ Itivcr pulsed through this place n few dot ar o route to Canncl CilyNis 9 i Mary Lacy wino has been sick I with the feverfor the past four five Sunday Mrs Lucindtv Lindon has beenI very low witl the fever for the past week JDavid Linden is also very low w t fever it i A hoped that ho1 bay recover Revs Wm Dnvis and D M Dc Bard of Cannel City preacheda very interesting sermon for us Sundiiy SiM Caudill has re- urned from TS 11UIII count where- he has bern tho week on busine5sJrcston Crase who had a numbtf of visitors Sunday tine followinu ii pnrt lil list of their names I Misses Hhinda and Esther Allen Mary L Valancho and Josie kes Clcmma mall Kowcna Crash and Hester Lindon Messrs Cnyri Centers Floyd11at son Parir Conley J 1l Crase Henry Hamnwns and 1113 Davis and they all 9njoyed themselves MuUum Cincinnati Markets Sept 10 ilofrs market airy and fie lower butchers and ship tiers 730 to 735 common 150 to 750 Cattle Market slow and weak fair to good shippers S15U to 5 10 common 2 to SGm Sheep Market slow and easy at t sa CO Lambs Market glflw und lower at 225 to 585 WOLFE COUNTY Cainpton sIwas brougl t Esq v F Allen of this place Thurs day of lust week charjnd with the murder of Dcsko Adiiinw Ho was released upon an examination of the charge by the court A large number of C niptqns candidates for county offices as well as a a number of thciV friends at Irnded tine funeral meetmy on Gilmore lust Sunday G W SI1I1of Stillwater was in town Monday on business G H Stamper county attorney at tended ESe Ilollons court on Holly last Friday Prof 12 K pealsProf 0 C has been ap pointed in his placeGcorjte Center of btillwatcr and 0111 Miller of Devils Creek went t Lexington lust week nnd mitered Kentucky State University Mort Marker of Hocky Branchi- n in this county while in town lust Saturday night was shut through conceuladvin the shadeof Cannoys livery stable s not known who did the shogun as Darker had no thatfwellIbe a dry well This firm willill once begin drilling on tho G W Lovclaco place Olt Stillwater where they already have their drrick completed Born to the wife of James Reynolds on Sep tomber 5a boy to the wife of Hcv iF M Matthews September 13 ahoy and lathe wife of Congo Wirenmn September 11 a girl Mary Wolfe County Our school at Antioch huts be sun with John Williams as teacher Religious services were held at Antioch Sunday by Rev Wright and others Misses Nellio linden and Gracie Stampefof West Yir jinill visited Miss Sallio Little Sunday Finloy BaaL visited relatives in Powell county Inst week Mr and Mrs J S Lit llo visited Mr and Mrs S F- Allen at Tampion Saturday Minnie the infant daughter of Mr and Mrs A J llollon died lust Friday of throat trouble Shoes shoes shoes being sacn Bead at Jones closing out sale Dont nil to buy one of those Oxl2 Brussels Rugs for 1000 at J ones closing out sale u Sheriffs Tax Warrant Salc Byvirtueof a Tax Warrant in favor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky and Breathitt county vs D Davis hoirs which issued from the Clerks office of the Brealhitt county court now in my hands for collection Ior ono of iuy deputieswillon Alonday Sept 28 1908 lutween tlo hours of 12 oclo k in nrd 2 oclock pm nt the court house dour in Jackson IJreathitt County Kexpnae to public sale to tho highest bidder tine following property or ao munch thereof as may bo nmyfary to satisfy tho amount of tho tax war rant costs and Shqriilfl coinmis Hussions towit Ono house and lot lying and beirg in Breathitt County 1Con College avenue bounded on the fast by College avenue on tho north by land of A L IIn gins on west by land of PollI Davis c on south by land ofI G W Sewell levied upon us thoI property of D Davis heirs a doI n nt said lax warrant Amount to bo made by this i salt SSOt taxed for year 1U07 Terms Salo will bo made for cash in hand I Witness my hand this the 15th dayof September tIns BKECK CRAWKOKD S B O By GKKY HADDIX D SII I DONT MISS t YOUR OPPORTUNITY ATI MVERSIBEINSTITUTEI j 4 You must enroll during September to get the big reductions during the year t An nLo experienced teacher Pof Edward Dukor of np Indihas boon employed to asshetJ E Druslmf Supotintond and Priluinal Others assist as necessity demands Conio the Institute aud wo will find a good place for you Co Cafo or or address 1 r E DRUSHALif0iT 6R i KENTUCKY j 1r t I It f Jf t or The Breathitt News- J WISE HAG INS ITirox CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SljXiYEAi Published Uvcry irltlayI 1 Ivt6IIIkMTON I T lIoviui Ln J WISH IIAUIN3 Blanton Hovermale d Hagins ATTORNEYAT wiK Office In eurtjteuseJJickmn Yr Priuti ii1iffiJtjfjCOli rt Or tho Common w 1I ti on QII corning laird titles n specialty l Qmpth made nnd promptjyJrernHtciL Rent cstnt bought IU1 lime of Lowneys candies nt ailaddcns r BentTwo Mouses Cnll ntTlNowsolilce- r ii jjJU Crawford Is building thrc co trtgel on easkMaln street 1 l iliKomn DnvlH 5s building n llcolnnenueICC on s Je11wreorge Johnson of Jctts Creek WM hereon hus mIIR rhurslhw a 1Cono went to Haxarc Tuesday on IlrOresslona bsan S V II Him hnsannyi d into hi now residence onHlghland live fluei hrMrsbeen ql1ilqickO solve time is n Ityi- It j i 4 evr fl 1inllinvnd waft to f1aulhpe v6rcof5itinkrrlcndS t sere fh Irl I MW iv cixnrli a l3 Wrltht If bout ir- bII 1Icc sorore CI154 o ti 1oISOllirtg 1n4 J1iltJt r1it39t 1Jkl1IS Jta ripultta atul at Center Ile 11 lefjrfN tree ail I11ryt U Z n1cr0 1JIbcr 16lh I len 10un q Phono GS Ole lIiurct1x fOr lCi nnylliing u need in Grocerirs f KruiU nntl Vogclnbles Tefrt tiatI k for ulllenter Centrrollegr jh La nrtctrsptVile Gn rc 1 SI with fried IS WtHwsuHy Win GiMth of Frozen Creek 1 soldon Tutsday a pair of mules to D Bllndffino fir CC00 I rate a pies line of Souvenir Post Cirds und Curd Albums now for sale D L AMIVV Dr W P Hogg has purchased f f3S llpurtLItfarw ic1 nee Sh cast Main street and will move into it soon The Imperial Cool Company has installed now electric motor for the purpose of hauling their coal out ofjho mines to the tipple t J KBnkois building n ware liouso on avenue for general purposes in connection with his store on College avenue V2 lIZ J Edge returned Weil SinqttkV from Kingsville where he h i engaged for tho past two 1 rtaelta liol1l11g a rlwlnl niceting S711 L Klnnaird of Vej i the caofthosalliesPresliytorianchurcli here andtwill enter upon his work October 1st valit 1 w FIAlliero ylx- t Fw invihjn was here ihe first oCthe week H1indliis family have row rrtrld from several weeks visitjfirhisbldlioino in Canada JKeV Z J Edge will deliver a spediitlseraton to tljo Jr O IT A M Sundivv at It n m A hearty invitation to all Juniors Subject fat 7150 p m True Greatness rind How to Attain It It r For Sale Imo best paying business in Jttclcsonf D Jones r Ask for a Receiver was made fir n re sceiver of tho James Hargis es tate Tuesday and tho hearing was continued till Saturday A II Pulton was appointed special com r missionor to scttlo up the estate J Sale lot on Lincoln tForfeet front with rind about 50 bearing Liberal torms hen Call on or t addresq Mrs Anja Soper Jack J I son KJV 1t 4 1 Marriage Licenses the followings marritigo r licenses f 1 have been issued sfnco our last re I p rtrJr Asborry Combs and Miss Deli li Duff both of Clay Hole Sam ller and Miss 11annio Turner- y otll of Oakdale Henry Morris 1nd Miss Ollio Cornett botlSqf Jackson Bruco Little and Miss- EIviraf Edwards rboth of plays A Stray Hq0 I have on my premises ofib spot ted harrow hog about one year t old which owner can have tY proving anti lnJ cost t S r f floe 911ELL1tobbin9 JKyr k- a i f our Position 1 7nt BjlKATHITT COUNTY NI WH Jws always beep and is now an in dependent newspaper and as such tins always supported the cam dates for oflice that it deemed to I bo to the best interests of the pea plo to have elected IMIus alway fought for the rights of the pcopl and against political machines am has seen the people win nand tha machine smashed Wo believe it to bo tothohesL interest of the pcojllo to hatf tho Democratic ticket Ieeteil Tom J3rynnto tlmper and jvi bcliovo Unit Ills tliQ thcif cverj IeoIplofrom top to bottom TUB NtiYw j ingoing to support that ticket ant will give Us readers fromHijuctf t tbercTtriAs we necd s not give it mUcj JorSicrn as the State will gosafely Democrat anyway und as for the Congress ional race tho people will faro well under either Davis or Lnngloy but in the races in this jmliciu fhelftcscnpublican nominccs who wo be hove Irnvrr clMrIshlllftl ir in bilily to tGnlion us very few convictions lor crime have been hid and very little busi ness done under their julruinistru lion On tho other h Jf Fthe Iem ocrafs have nominntcdtilicnlrf iil its and experience jltr thell ollice who when will bi z3 role to hold our courts a cute our criminaisprobgbl convict soma i Uicii C Mfie trte Il Hc n nil 1 iris year mud Trtrityrd ltrd0 l1iistHsllRemember the Recitalr KunxyubiT tho college chapel Friday even rig at T Oi1tri The program is an interesting one and will rcpnj nttcndaifcp Admission free Tjieir Game is Known The schemes of 11 few short sighted politicians to trnllic for votes in tho judicial racq through promises to get pardons for friends ind other olHcial favors of a simi Irldndnrc well known but will fail in results Such use or olHcial position or attempted use is n low prostitution of voice and seems to orrmltn W prMtnC It should be closely watched by very honest voter rind so over ivhelmingly rebuked in November hat it will never bo attempts main Let the voters see to it that such tnillic in olticml position bo condemnedJudgc J B White Tie office of Circuit Judge is 00 of the gravest importance to tho people Itshould bo filled by the best lawyer In tho district Next in importance to the security of human life is tho protection in lie rights of property All of hese questions are by law decided in tho circuit courts The framers iftlfoQonstitution ripe in their xpcriencc 4 wisely foresaw that my lawyers o wido exec 1e cc- cro capable or proparlygI111Ir this position truth to snfe I cople in tore trial of l1cl wprop- rty rights fixed a niinimimwage for Circuit Judges at thirty tire rears This was to prevent the ovation to this otiicn of inox oricnccd judges As far iis it vas able by general terms the Constitution has attempted to ccuro for the citizens judges of vido experience in the law and ripe judgment To this it added requisite of eight years practice It does not mere eight years of lolding the license of an attorney It means wheat it sayseight years of actual practice of the law In Judge J BWliitq the Demo irats offer a lawyer whosbi active ractiyo covers a period oftenrs- most equal to tine life of his opt loncnt lie has been a success as- lawyer1x His reputation as n awyer is not conlincdjto this dis rict but is coextensive with the State It even takes the scope if 1 national reputation That renu ation is the reputation of a 1ta1 cr of brilliant attainmcrits of inn = lefatigablc energy and indomitable virago Add to thisa reputation inquestioncd to personal intcg ity and you have the Democratic iandidntc Should there bo n moments hesitation M to whom rou will vote for this rn1l1 Voter White and you will bo voting for your own interests and the lioibcst interests of the country Elftin Creamery Butter lehloty- abL Iat9 Httddcnd l zo Itf Look bew line of Bracelets Fobs LockfiW Chains Necklaces King and lhhthinrin the jcapjp line Cohloand ijceVlhem nt the a D Fleenor Jewelry Store Called Meeting A meeting of the Dcvmbcratii bounty Committee is thereby calla to meet at tho court h6sejn Jack son on Mpriday September JH parjeofA IVCHAWfrXJKO PiglflcT Chairman Fresh Cakes and Candies III Haddixs Ed aaian Resigns id Callahan Jfas rcsiflffted itis pbsitToraschairman ofthe Demo cratic county committee to Ink CfFcct immcdiatply 4 Tlio commit teowill bttvo lo be cftllcdtogethe r soon to clccthis successor I mtfn should boa selected winos honor and infwrity can not bo questioned and who will gift everybody ti squar vlcal t Fresh cr nmcry buttcr at Had dlx1d I Ministers Appointed- The Conference of M JiJtliurcfi South heldlit Middlcsbdraugh male the following appointment for this district l1evE L South gate presiding elder anti the oi lowing pastors ilacksoaMJy R- iookoCumpton JiLrt i Ilazcl Green Wttrecl1i IFijij J A Gossett Ilindman AKFryman Ivy City ItL Huel I eqIwas lransfejdlo Ilia on in ihi- Irancjiriistrict IldTleft h TI duy with his ftmiIto t reI 1nrgo of the work with tho be wishes of his ninny friends lifcro tFor resin Breakfast Foods go to Hiuldixs An Expensive Term The special session of the cir cuit court adjourned here yes terday after a session of nearly live weeks Although iUcost the unto probably more than any iourt ever held here verylittle business was done Only two were qpltivictcd to tho penitentiary done if whom confessed Only three civil cases vcro tried by tine jury The juries were hold day yet IS omo of tiniMmr ii noti + tqn riv ceaseforniorc ban two weeks or the time The jjrors were not in fault however because lid not have the opportunity theI It took eight days to motion for n change of venue in lip Beech Hariris case at a cost to the State of 150101 in witness ccs alone when one tiny would nave been s licient to have rccog lizcd them to appear al Irvine wring tine same time several timer cases were hanging on at a henry expense to the StnteIWith n continuous oUrt in this county at tho rate tho cases have gone olfnt this crm it looks like our docket would bo crowded after a ten ears session Tine infant child of Frank Van FridayfBefore buying your fall shoes trO to Tones store and look at hjs stock Ho is closing out you can iuy them cheap Birthday Weddingand Holiday Presents REUAHLK QUALITY RIGHT PRICES HEINTZeII Eo Main opp Phoenix- LFYINGTON KY t J y I S N Ric w- ra gust re gyriied from the i I ci es I arMoffeting s J- t I BARGAINS JWo J b J f Tha cannot be duplicated + the prue r c- 3 I IIt rLJII 7 t r i- As m stock iglin it C ilP a inh e- L ifJ t 0 I J 1Y 1 f f I- J I SEL THEM LOW i r AS TH EARE BQUIVDTOGO II I- Ifl lu fb M iJI rJ RIofBLA Jjj i 1t f Utllity41 s I QUANTITY- i i1 L M 47UOtsj Wc vc jot the not such an awful lot V of e ijut what we have is ASH AND GOOD We thinkSvoiravtiair tiiiing you need in G 110cEItIrs = = + tant well get it nm havet t tlw next tUI10 you call for It 1 f IflougiJt nn t inn our atom that is not e feed satlsfactor seuti i back sand t JIehtecrfirrl refund onrrpone Jv We are Hcaclqi roers for Country Producev vv J r t P mEE We SB IngJdgKiTdnwai absolutely FREE fi an eM qt stJ Meek to the 55 ono gnosliing nearrat tm 1cpPIecth1uuber t eau9in the jar U now ou 1 tI r n gt QY E GUESS with bedi 10 11nn I r I o g SPECIALwhile they lastOveralls AT COST iq I THOMPSON HAMILTON Ii 4Cor Main and Broadway Telephone No 36 Ia SN ss b sz zS Z The Unwritten 4wThe examining trial of Ruck Cottongamc who killed Parish Arnett Jr way held ntltanlilton 0 last week and he tins held over to circuit court withbut bail Tine socalled unwritten law will be urged in the dotcnse of Cottongame This announcement was made by lawyer Ui Dick loV after consultation with Cotton game Cottongamo qlajtns that Arnett invaded his hontt nn1f terrorized him This defense has never been specifically urged before nn Ohio jury it is said Ladies 125 shoes at roc at Jones closing out sale ii Dr C L Peyton Dentist Jackson Ky Has given relief to ninny hun deeds of people and convinced them his methods are not only satisfactory but reasonable in price My experience enables me to put up a very high class of work Eight years experience enables me to strictly guarantee my work One price to alU Best Gold Crowns 100 Best Set Teeth 800 Fillings 50c and 75c Cleaning 75c Extracting 25o- Oilico entrance Paltons Hall Broadway between TmI bee s Ion und Reliance Drug Co NOTICE I ofir7 fA a a r 4 0 Iet rn u U OI and after September lpbSCrniwfordrh F i1 Co store Ky wiircqnduct their mercantile business on n Hrietly rsb i and produce plan only No doubt some uiay Ftakeexcopti 1s to a radical change + but l our judornont teJjB us that we can sorvea greater i number of pcopld to butter advantage and at n i less cost than wo can by thecrtJit aystom Call i JOut i w cheaper than goodsF to do i noiI cr 8 n a aystenryoijb L good than any credit concern ever or ever rwill ltospec fully yours 0Wi af cao4ra0 v i j 3ir tor s fnr I t IJ Frijizfl2 I tia t 1- J 4 I 10z iioJJ W iI r ta i + Thfe a Questioi i 11 hethcr n te er to keep your money in a drawer or safe uni out mA payments of accounts and bills or to bank 1rta tfiay by chc kl there can be but one answer to this 1 tbtlgiG ittmdcjtock it out 4i AN ACCOUNT WITH US it i It will avJstbmMJgo your affairs teach you economy and Jj bring you into contaqt with the best people of the community v r Three Per Cent Interest Paid on Time and r Savings Deposits JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK I- iTACKSON S Iill lUCKYjr s w maw 1 rarrn r I t P iIIuuulP71C I Jon Cooboff a d c ice from home Tlio Tacliso- rIlee nmc k Ilydraulic Mnnufacturm Comp an- tprepared to funlishyon icee cheaperthcu Oyer got it beicree r BUY TICKET S r 4jIon to ptit lig1 to in your herase Idea + u tricityas cheap tend tbc best lihtratP r 4 QA12 rt 11 tM I XEDw nk It 11l 111 PAINTS y w W iltw which we guarantee == tI- fl 1 111 I Ilf T1ijr St eWill ZRI longcrj Y It Calll11 1I II and see color cards and gt rrr 1 11l 1t 111 v 11l tl prices z11 t 7 11 111 tI Jackson Drug Co H tI t forw c + r J The Southern R9y J OFFER VERY LOW ROUND- TRIPHomeseekers r Rates c To Arkansas m Indian Territory Louisiana JOklahoma VS5 asJ Tickets on sale the first and ttll1rlW es tfeach month x Apply toany Southern Ry Agent or writeA- n 4 R COOK D P A B S YENTT Pc A LOUISVIliLE KY t f1f c 1 y 4 I f rMST R COMMISSION i ERS SALE j 4J Breathitt circuit Court Thof3asII Dentons Admri Plaintiff s Noticc 6 Bale 1MaryE Stidlitrn c 1efts- q B vIrtue f of n judgricnt f the Breathitt Circuit Court made nnd J fr entered in the above styled cause j iIt its May terra 1007 for the r sum of 32547 with interest from tho23ddny of September 1- 90t4J1o u1W1aidand 3085 cost herein 4 p expended I proceed to otTer t forisalo at the Court House door i Jnc son Breathitt county iCy on Monday Sept 28 1908 t II between the hours of 12 oclock m 1 and 2 oclock p m the following described rcnl property tovit The undivided onelifth interest fof Ihomas 11 DeQn deceased 1 lying nnd beingIh BreathiU kf Y n K on tlo liddlo Fork v fcf the Kerilucky river on th south side theteof I1t tlic mouth ongs creek and beginning at said river at the mouth of Longs f crock thence Tunning down said I river with its meanders to the JA Iowarnd di a bottom nt a copdi rJ tiohal line made between Jame S Johnson and George W Belcher JahdJ3owlings heirs thence with lt 4 C t said conditional line as marked rrunning up the hill to a beech yrtree br the road thence with said line as marked up thee hill to the top of the ridge be tween Deatons branch and Long creek then with the top of the ridge to where the lino of the land deeded to James Johnson and c4i 4 v William Strong crosses the ridge then down the hill with said War LTngs lino to a black gum near fecreck then down the creek v thwa mackcd lino along the hill ton beech tree near the 4 bank of the creek a short distance qabove the end of the field then tr- v the creek then down the creek a thehp 100 acres more or less I SECOND TRACT k A tract of af i county Ivy on the northeast skit of the Middle Forlr ofcftlio Ken tucky river and lying orf and hear Bowlings creek a tributary of tsaidMiddle Fork andq oundcd as f BeginningatvOr near the mouth of BowlingVcreek on the lower side of same then up said Bow lings creek with its meanders to a largo sycamore tree standing on A the bank of snidcreek i tint rock andXvriffYreelibouf 12 yards from the mouth of said creek then crossing said creek to said flat rock and lynn tree ther up the point and with Edward Dcatons heirs line to the top of l the ridge then with the top of the r a ridJro and said line to John Gays heirs line then with said line and- S tho top of saidridJo to Richard C6mbs said line to lj S a small hickory standing on the li top of said ridge at the top of the spur leading down to the mouth of said Gays heirs branch on the lower side Of said branch then downsaid spur to the mouth ot f said branch at Bowlings creok at j a beech tree then up said creel with its meanders to a stooping sycamore tree standing on the right hand of said Creek opposite S SItJJrSI1ltlcreel 4t a1TUup the point II straiJrhtJipe to III the top of tire ridge between RjJ ard Combs branch and main Bow lings creek nnd with said Combs line running with the top of till s dividing ridge between said Bow lines creek and Lick branch then with the top of said ridge and said Spicers line around to Jackson Callahans line to opposite a large- rock with three holes in said rock in tho edge of said Middle Fork Sriver at Jackson Calluhans upper- corner three with said Callahans line to said rock in the river then up said Middle Fork with iCs meanders to the mouth of said Bowlings creek the beginning containing 300 acres more or less Only the ono fifth interest of the said Thomas H Deaton will be said or enough thereof as will be necessary to satisfy tire above named judgment principal inter est and costs nnd cost of this sale 7 Said property will bo sold at public auction to tho highest bid der on a credit of six months and t tire purchaser will be required to I 1givebond for tire purchase money with approved security bearing interest from day of sale rind 1ff having the force and effect of a replevin bond and a lien will be reserved in said bond on nil the property sold until all the pur Tichuso price principal interest nnd Jfcpst is paid must com c ProwlJti with these terms rtCfArnqunt of debt and in tcrest to day of sale 34500 Amount of cost of suit 3085 Administrators cost for jvia r I500I 750fAdreport 0 Two pet centcorirmission 09- 0AdvertisingcI IV 2150Q oTotal if 14775 Sfr J1WC I nw LVkC B C C L lrl Drink WAirtsixrtts Pop t r SA 1 4 ooo SSI sufferIng c seven years tWswonftiflVfl4 to health by Lydia E Pl Vegetable Beat her letter Mrs Sallie French of Paucaunh- Jnd Ten writeato 3Irs 1inklmm 1 I bad female troubles for seve- nyear5WaI itjj TUD own and so nero vous uot do anytfilntr T1c doctors treated me14 ro1J Will In this congoobut did me no tiltion I wrote to I1InlTham for aih vice and took E 1lnUhatn Veger table Compound and I DID pow stfon and wcl- UFACTS FOR SICK WOMEN For UIHI yenrs E Viuk hams Vegetable COmXflU3d imado from roots lierlw lias boon Hi remedy for fcnwlo Us and has positively cured thousrUi1O I womenwIt been troubled with displacements lnflaramatlonulccra tumors PertOLIJQ backache that hear fealugt- IOhldIU1flC55010iSOt InclIQCs JJQStrtJER Why dont yOU try Dont licsltatc to write to Mrn Iiiilgmfl If there Is RnytbintlI alnmt y1r plcUncsi treat your Jcttcriiiconfldencenndaflylspyoi free No ivoiunii over writing hen int1 because of tier vast exnerleucp Jro has helped thoU as JjflflILSS j Ptw Read Machine Co A Baldwin ot PnBndeim Cal 1 erperlnientlnK with a jjpw niaclilno built on the principle of a dlik plow for the purpose of keeping oiled roods In condition SHERIFFS EXECUTION SALE By virtue of Execution No 289 in favor of the Ml Bterlipj Na tional Bank vs W M U L sty Greenville Stacy W- II Vance and J F J ykins which issued from the Clerks olice oh Morgan Circuit Court which i now in my hands for collection I or one of my deputies will on Monday Sept 28 1908 between the hours of 12 oclock m and 2 oclock pm at the Court louse door in the town of Jack Ion Breathitt county Kentucky rxposr to public sale to tni highest bidder tho following property or eo much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of the plaintiffs debt in terest nnd costs and Sheriffs commissions towit A lot of standing timber being in Breathitt county Kentucky on the Road fork of Winnie branch of Quicksand creek rind being nil of the timber on a 59 acre tract of land nine inches and up in dinm eter consisting of white oak chestnut oak ash linn cucumber hickory poplar pine nnd black oak and also beech timber suf ficient to build all tramp ronds c necessary to remove said timber and said timber i the timber standing nnd growing nnd beinc on said Innd which is situated in said county and State ona 59 acre survey on snid Vinnie branch aforesaid the am land conveyed trestorafto Leliln Lovely dayIIn- Deed Book No8 page 039 Breathil County Clerks oflice md by snfd Delila Lovely nnd husbnnd conveyed to Greenville Stacy by deed of date 16th day of November 190C recorded in Deed Book No 24 page 501 Breathitt County Clerks atTica levied upon as tire property of Greenville Stacy a defendant in said execu thenTermsSale will be made on n credit of three nnonths bond with approved security required bear ing interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from day of sale and having tire force of a replevin bond Amount to be mndo by this snle 21040 advertising 1200 total 22840 Witness myInand this the 17th day of August 1908 BRKCK CKAWFOUD SB C By S H FUCATB D S =7 YIASTER COMWISSION ERrS SALE Hrlt1 Circuit Court Lexington Cito National hank- X Plaintiff- vs Uoticoof Sale Samuel Stephenson 8i Defts By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of tho Breathitt circuit court made and entered in the above styled cause at its regular May Term 1908 for the sum of J975000 with interest at tho rate of six per cent per nnnum from the 4 day of Sept 190G up to Sept 1907 and interest upon said sum and interest from Said 4th day of Sept 1907 until paid and S costs therein expended subject to redits oft 8 I proceed o offer for sale at the Court Houfte c y After I o loor in Jackson Ky bn Monday Sept 28lgp8 It being the lirst day of tho regu lar September term of the Breath itt Countr 3ojrrt between thp hours of 10 QclqclT n m anti 2 oclock p m tho following described Ilrol lying anti being in Brenthitt Couflt1CY FIRST T1p1 Beginning at V black jack on the side of tho knobllHetwccn tho nm McDnniel fork ofPress How trd branch Open fork and Lick Branch of South Quicksand and orner with tract convoyed to Dic triton Land Company by Dan WIII- nms rind Jack lemons then with the top of tho ridgo between Sam McDnniel fork rind Open fork nnd Vuh the meanders of said ridge und with the Jack demons lund n 78 120 12 to a bunch of- chestnlit3pfouts then n 36 o 191 Doles to a rcjl birch in flip alum nave grip n 28 o ip poles to a h stnut oak then n Rp o 23 poles to two black jack on the side of die knob n 49 e Ui poles then s 7 u 35 polesJp ft largo pine then s SOt e 18 fo IJ white pflk nnd hickory n 70i p Ifii poles to a hick ors lit Win Clemono corner then with the top of the flPtI Vn Clemens lino n 2StC 14 poles thou n 10 e 44 polc to a blficj uumn alle 12 polc to a chestnut oak n lo GO poles to a stiiko nnd white ak pointer n 87 c 32 12 poles to a stake and hicjfory pointer n 71 12 o 20 poles to a in the poplar gap all 37 poles to n stake on tho point n 43 oQJ poles tot largo pine n 7 o 26 12 poles to n mnplo on a knob between McDaniel fork Open fork and branch ot Quicksand then with the ridge between Sam Me Daniel fork and Improvement branch n 18 e 14 poles tq a oak nnd two small maples OIl the ridge opposite tire Winnie Gnp then n 43 w 20 poles to a chestnut oakvin sd gap h continuing with tire top ofnidrijgi n 82 w 19 12 poles n 7 w 28 poles to a chestnut D k on n knob at the head of tho Iolly McDaniel fork of the Press Howard fork and ut Polly McDanlols line timer with the top of tho ridge nnd Suit line n 82 w 21 poles s 87 12 w 2ii poles to a chest nut oak n 50 w 4C poles to a block oakS W 12 w 34 poles to a bunch of chestnutsprouts n 88 10 w CQ jipps fo a while oak nnd dogwood in pap where the path go through from where sllparties first live to Polly McDaniel and in all 41 poles to two dog woods on the point then s 55 w 13 poles tp a large black oaks 71 w 16 poles to n chestnut oakp 37 w 10 12 poles n 26 w 29 poles to 1 smalUajpJc 72 w 20 poles to a gsntr II l1vchrtn t ntknob corner with Polly McDaniel and Evans Davis then with thr tot of tho ridge and said Davis line s 47 w 8 poles s 20 w 35 pole to a Inrgp dogwood ip tip side of tho gnp between said fork and Evan Davis branch s 89 12 w 21 polos to a hickory n 57 12 w 52 poles to a dogwood on n that of the ridge w 25 poles 8 54 w 44 poles to a white oak on the ridge at tho butt of n spur that runs down to thp nioitl of the Lick fork then down the said point or spur s 9 12 w 54 poles to two smnll sycnmorcs near tho mouth of said Lick fork then up tire point below the mouth of said Lick fork s fiG w 21 poles to n dogwood s 57 wIG poles to a largo chestnut oak s G8 12 w 30 poles saG w 10 poles s 26 12 w 18 12 poles s 2 12 w 19 J2 poles to a pine s 17 e 29 polos to a pine s 37 e 16 poles to a largo chestnut onk s 5 e 16 poles to a chestnut oak on the knob between tho two Lick branches and a corner of tine Dan Williams survey then with the top of the ridge and the line of said survey B 69 12 o g5 poles to a hickory s 20 e 38 poles to a double chestnut s 51 12 c 14 poles to a large rock with a cross mark n 61 1 2 e 54 poles to two hickories s 80e 12 polr n 8f o 30 poles to a small hickory nnd pine near the corner of a fields 44 12 e49 12 poles to the begin ning containing 420 acres more or less SECOND TRACT Second tract or parcel of land in Breathitt county Ky lying on tho waters of Press Howard branch of tho south fork of Quick sand nnd more particularly described as follows towit Beginning nt a large poplar on tho east bank of the llngins fork of the Press Howard branch then up the hill on tho east side s 73 410 to a small hickory on tho top of tire ridge between tho Hagins fork and Gill Williams fork then with said ridge and its meanders n 83f o 7 210 poles n 65 e 43t poles a 03t e 10 poles s 53ke 15 poles s 40j e 10 12 poles 8 60S e 12 910 poles a 58ka 14 poles s 50J o 14 28100 poles to a stake n4Gh o 44 810 poles ji 851 e 14 610 poles s 70J e 11310 poles to a chestnut oak s GU e 30 610 poles to nf locust err a knob n 38 e S 810 poles n 329 e 6 0100 poles n 29 12 o 11 + poles n 321 0 111 polps n 20 o82 poles to a chestnut n 47 12 e 4 poles to a small chestnut oak on a knob cor nor with Polly McDaniol then with the line of her land n 10 34 e9910polesn1l410 poles n 10 12 w 8 12 poles n 411S 12 w 17 210 poles n 20 w 1C + poles iZJJ7li T i 21L- n olr w 1 114 w 7 Tl0 in J poles w 410 pws 1 2 i1o 4II0poles to t C of1Iag n9 n 1 pw 4 i0iC5 tO It- hlnck gumnnn nc a stump rind rock Umeir illl tire it on the of tho said HnEhs fork wcsLsieoI poles to ii Inc r 0 on 181poles45 14 w I n 15 410 poles S 86 14 w 1C 410 poles s 73 w 14 12 poles to n- high knob at the head of Cain hollow s 15 1H w 12 12 poles s II 12 w 32 C10 poles s 44 12 w 14 210 poles s 54 12 w 20 410 poles R 52 12 w 12 210 poles s 50 14 w 14 910 polos s 42 w 12 2SlOO poles to a hick cry nnd chestnut onk I 65 84 w III poles s 875 w 19 poles n saw 13 310 polos n 77 12 w 18 12 poles to a largo oak nn knob below the Sheep Lick branch 524 l p 9 pplpp jI 40 14 c 1IU2H poles s hJhr o 14 12 poles to i hickory s JOjMo U Poles to H blntk oak siB 14 o 10 810 poles to a rod oak s 14 o 8 poles s i 12 cMlpPples jj 1H 1 P p 210 poles U a41 c 8 84 poll s l to tire beginning containing 261 p rrdl rofc and IS poles jucrp 01 less TIIIKD THACT Tlift certain tract or PflrCelof land in Breuitlnitt county Ky lying on tire head of the MoDnniol fork pf ijio Press Howard brunei of South Quiokgnnd crock nnr more particularly described n follows townt Beginning on n rock marked thus 111011 time south side of llngins fork or IcDnniel fork atove where Polly lives n cor ncr then UI line lcllIPO side orsuic fork of tine point and Polly McDnn ids line to the ridge behvcen sail fork nnd Gill Villinn s fork arid commonpiiwf It tho main ridgr with IpIanie1 andiii Williams then with Gill Wil harps n I nlpande Iof ridco Imtwcen Hngin an Willwms fork to a Joint or the rlilge vhere the drainage 01 GUI William fork Hngins fort nnd Winnie brunch of mair Quick nnl diridli urea lenvinp nnrt following tho ridge between Tlnginp fork Winnie branch niV with its mean tiers to the road iran nt tire head of road fork of Hagins branch corner with Polly MoDnnlel then down the llngins fork with Pollv McDaniel to tho beginning con tainJDg 200 acrcs more or less FOURTH TRACT JC tQ cLof land ly ing on tine wsrcrg the Open Fork 6f J outh Quicksand creek in Breathitt county Ky more particularly described as follows Beginning at three chestnut oaks q pp Ion of the ridge between Noble branch and Im provement branch corner to n tract sold to pictawr Land Co by G W Fugate and to tho Ky M M L Co and to land soldj by John Clemmons then the John Clemmons land and the ridge betyeen Qpen Fork and Arter branch s U850 w 562 ft to a stake then following said s 73 w 666 ft to a small locustI then s 530 w 800 ft then n 87 45 w 21d ft then s 55 w 327 ft then s 31 10 w 442 ft to a stake in gap betwpon Upon F rk and Arter branch Arch Deckenson gap then still following said rjdce s 2330 w 677 ft to a chest nut oak then e 74 w lilt ftto a black oak on top of a knob head of G W Noble branch Arter branch and Harve Williams branch then s 2320 w 220 ft to a stake then s 3015 w 558 ft ton chestnut oak orl1l r to John Clemmons1 land and the tract sold to Dictator land Co by John Fugate then with the John Fugate tract n 730 w 619 ft to a black gum in gap corner to the John Fugate tract and th G W Noble tract then with the G W Noble tract prosing a branchof the right fork of Open Fork n 45 e 1266 ft to a parvice with hicko chestnut oak and Small lynn pointers on ridge between branch and main right fork of Open Fork then n 2880 w ana ft to a lynn and beech corner with Geo Noble tract and the G W Fugatc tract n 4130 e 178 ft to a spruce pipe on bank of branch of Open Fork then n 61 e 272 ft to a beech on branch then s 8615 e 280 ft to a large poplar on branch then n 66 35 e 132ft to a beech then n 48 e 248 It to n small beech and two white oaks near the mouth of Arch Dickson fork then n 80k c 266 ft to a beech and poplar at mouth of Mud Lick branchJthen n 62 e 400 ft then e to a small gum and water oak on bank of branch n 8050 c505 ft to a maple and sourwopd on bank of branch then n 8945 e 620 ft to a hickory in cave head of Noble branch then n 7320 e 407 feet to the beginning containing one and twelve acres FIFTH TRACT Lying and being in Breathitt county Ky on the Open Fork of South Fork of QiclSand creek beginning at a rock marked X three blrch trees standing on I the cornirmo iaid rock pointers thorlt101 firat right haml fork below where said Wm Clemmons now LandColine n 10 e 23J poles crossing right hand fork to a spruce pine polestopoint n 68 e 28J poles to a hick dogrwoodsn ninthen down the hill n 17 w45 poles crossing the might land fork of the three Equa forks above said Clcmmons house to a spruce pine on n cliff then up the n w 26 po to a large black uine on the point then with the point n 27i e 40J po to a black oak n 31 J e 32 po to a hickory on Improvementbranch fork corner to Thomas Co then with the rldgo wUh said lint n 30J w IBS po toachvstuutoakr- i 14 w 27J po to n twin mnple n 70J w G2i po to n chestnut oak on knob head of Winnie branch of QuicksandtSnm Mcpaniol fork eoror ci Gunn Wcolly tract ougt or G D Willmhis thoncp with their lini toIargto i s W 20 po to a chestnut cnk In tire poplar s 08 w 21 po passing a hickory marked to a chestnut oak s w 18 po passing a chep flaY 6 linl s tn a large chestnut oak s w lo to n locust 9 links to locust 1llks lofts le59 po to a chestnut oak a chestnut 15 links a chestnut 16 links s 2i w 19 po to a ch tiiOUK s j L w 37 po passing two hickories tot chestnut oak s 27l w 5l poom tatorLandthen point said line B 28 e 43J po to a small black Tine B 45 e 16 po to n twin maple s 16 C 12 po s fijtt c 10 i po to q cllctput i rarv f on a rock loq the hihi s t8ie 30j po to n maple on ssipcOpenthe Jim a K91 n 09 nn to the be ginning oontnjnlnff HJ57 77160 acres by survey vw Tract No 1 herein described 1 tire same land convoyed by Q U Uillmms to W K Gunn agent for Gunn and Woolly by dccc kited Aug 7th 1SSS of record ji Deed Hool fl pago JlftS Boil lUll WO II remit iii t t county court lerka ollico Tract No 2 herein dc cribed is tine the same land conveyed by J W Cardwell to W 4Woolly1889 qf record in Deed Hook NO 6 page tNj rind 437 llrcathit counti court dorks olllco Tract No 3 herein described is time same land conveyed by G W Noble and wife to W E Gunn bydeedcord in deed Hook No 0 page ltil and 428 Broathltt county cour clerlts ollico Tract No 4 herein described is tire same land conveyed by harvey Williams ct aI to W E jima ngent for juan Woolly hv deed dated Oat 2J 1889 ofre cord in Deed Book No 7iges220 227 228 221 and 230 Breath itt county court clerks ollice sutweImtadCynthia Ann Clnmons his wife to CJunn mind Woolly by deed dated Feb 7th 1890 of record in- Deed Book No7 pages 222 228 and 221 Breathitt county court clerks office Tracts 1 2 mind 3 are tho san tracts of land convevcd bv W K Gunn to W A Uunn and 0 II Woolly composing the llrm ol Gunn Woolly by deed tInted Jan 16th 1891 of record in Deed Book 8 pages 107 108 and 109 Broathitt county court clerks ollice Tract No 4 herein described is the samp Innd conveyed by WgO- unn to W A Gunn and C II Woolly partners nR Gunn Woolv by deed dated Jnn 8th 1895 of record in Deed Book No 10 pages U 117 and 118 Brcalhitt county pourt ilorhs ollico Time titln and interest of W A Oman in and to tho above mentioned and described tracts of land are con- Veyed by said W A Juan and wife to C II Woolly by deed dated of record in Deed hook No 13 page 213 Broathitt county court clerks nfljce So that C H Woolly at the time of his death had time title to nilof said land Pubiic on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be requested to givo bond for tho purchase money with approved security hearing interest from day of sale and having tho force and cited of a replevin bond- and u lien will be resencd in salt bondon all the property solduntil all time purchase price interest and costs ore fully paid Bidders must be prepared to comply promptly with these terms Amount of debt 9750 00 Amount of interest Amount of cost of suit Commissioners cost Cost for advertising 8200 T otniSJ W CAIIOWEM M C B C 0 5 MASTER COMMISSION ERS SALEli- reatimittCircuitI Court Gaar ScotUtCo Plaintiff vsiNotice of Sale Joseph Spencer Defendant By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Brcnthiit Circuit Court made arid entered in tire above styledcause at its- special Ajigust term 1008 for tine sum of 37500 wiih interest at 8 per iiMil tier annum fiotn the 28th tiny of September IJOV until paid also for tho sum of 37500 with interest from Septiiuuer 28 1J03 until paid nndS COM Ihcr ill expanded subject to tint credit of 3 O1nid March 2 1908 and G 00 paid April 1lDOH arid 2000 paid April 2i 190S I shall proceed to offer for sale nmtj or near the7 premises on v Saturday Sept 26 08 between tha of 12 oclock m and 2 oclock p m tho fol lowing persoiml property situated in Broathitt county Jlj on thlIClear Fork of Frozen Creek located at tho place wluro said Joseph Spencer is sawing ties ct S Tiiulbee towit One 10 h p portable engine No 12U87 with wagon iliad usu1 tip purtenceUmnnUfacturcd by Gaar Scott Co i OUQ separator iniin bpr on wIgOmn with folding stacker belts anti tho usual appurtcn COB manufactured by OI1t1f Scott Co CO foot 10 focli 4 ply drive belt also fcQ j lion 111113 pony saw mill No L5t 60 inch snw olid carriage Duplex nntt Ec etsur dog swinlr outo 50 inch 0 inch rubber MtAlwQbcr truck beet tightener A H1i aoo rdcscribed1Irollert will boiiold it auction to tire highest bider on u credit of thr ndmmtinatitl the purchaser will nd for- iho urclvasu mohcyT Uh ap tnroVeulsecurity bcSvltig jntcrcsl from elate Ind having Ih iirt1 ejfcct of n replevin boniKlHn 1 jhcTII all tho purchase money interest nnd cost is paid BuUiorii must be prepared to comply promptly wit h terms Amount of principal and interest S850C Amount of credit mind m tercsh II 3ra qtti 1 Amount of cost of cult Commissioners cost 1000 Cost or advertising S 100 TotalS8t19O7t-i W CAHUWKIX M C B C C Iunt ICxnctly ICtKlit kit IIt3 Used Dr Ktng O ow r Iilli fur nevernl yeari 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Juwolry t REPAIRING A SPECIAL I Prices Rensonable Pea o call and examine 5llv h REMOVAL VI have moved to McCormick near Campton Junction whore I 11111inJ MonumentsAND Any one wanting anything in my lino will please write mo at McCormick Ky I will make andhopofor mo I it1M SHELl 5 ll 1 t t1 0ernonuLrslonC ulo us much about pClI tlcAt lWtlIiI1 I stirejSryforgot more politics In ii week tbrjniho knew In n year I t you must have forsotlou nn avfriir lot jtulKliif from tlio imial t amount yoii know lu that line I L1E RAILWAY II KKCTiVKsUjii I I O- CB1srBouND 4- No 1wl No S DarIbiunrdmiEx 4 Al1LOICJet 0 1512 Ui 7 or Klluitawu 6 20 2 H1 710 Uakdale Im 2lC 7 3 Athol G 40- Tallegji 2 f 2 7j1Ito a 00 L 7 I St Helens ti f 9 t 11 7 48 lIttvvleJcLTQT 8 207MFincastlo 7 It 8 28 8 02 Torreht 7p0 3 118 JR jlcncairnrr40 a GO 8 22 Ntl1 Ir i 45 8 r 5 8 26 CmptonJct7 48 i57 8 2S Dundee 7 52 4 03 8 US Filson S 03 4 14 8 Ui Hosslyn 8 011 420 8 4X Htanton 8 10 4 26 8 6t Clay City 8 15 4 35 y 03 IndnKIds S45 t 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