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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, May 21, 1909. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1909 bre1909052101 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Breathitt County news: n. Friday, May 21, 1909. Breathitt County news. J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. sJ IINI zWIB IlAoiNs Editor and PublishorANEWfliAiKit INrEnFaTaUV EASTERN KKNTUOKY 1I ONIt rJoCLA PKK YEAR IN ADVANCE 1 IIVolume VIIT Jackson Kcntuclv Yz Friday May 21 1909 Number 29tltwaur1 w IM ww1Jw1IUWWWQiW wW 10 I The Stat Store 1 j 4 Our Spring Stock is Now I- tj l rC0illP 1tI i 1 r We Have a Nice L11eof J 8 il Men S B IChildrens ClothingI tt 800 and 1000 Suits I Going at 4 50lWe have n br Ilna of Dress Goods A nico line Et of Ladies Skirts G Wo have n complete stock of Shoes and Slippers r- ri for Men Women and Children CONTAINSALtulios hats Gents slats Dry Goods Notions 4 Carpets Trunks Viiliccs Oil Cloths RClothin s and Lace Guttnins WI you for ytur past favors and hoping to z rocuivo ol1r trade for lOUIU reintiiu yourEUSTER ISAACS AMMMM MMW9 MTM1MMMMl1MPn1J1D Victory For the written Law The vcnllct In the Hnlns trial willf be widely accepted IIH nul tntillnl putt Islnnoiit and It must utnrnl ns n re 1m IlK fur tin tloclrlne of the ullwrlttlnI law The failure to convict Captain I llnliui brother us an accomplice In n previous frlnl was n surprise to Ihli1 country The nccu Hl brother wall lVI pccliilly callous In lily conduct out nun In till cynical coutemlitlr the oxuctlon of Inv + Kp plraotltutqullypu utlq Cn tall Utte le I nlil nil I rUlr da tlnc jiKaliixt tho nocnsntlon of mur der JIll anppiancc liy a Jury dots not tend to encourage violent crimes The t slayer doca not 10 unrcHtrnlniM nod there In none of the voslng ns n hero which Is n Clujnutlng mud dangerous sequel to acquittal by the unwritten law Justice Is too often outnigrd this country liy deeds of the kind II which Captain Ilatns will pay tho pen i alty The verdict Is n triumph for the people nnd n vindication of the siJrlt of fnlrucAM nrninctts nnd faithfulness In tbo lawful guardians of public order A worlds court of pence such an wan ndvocntcd at the Chicago congress may fig much nearer than scorned possible r n few years ngo Its powers at first would be merely advisory but In turn It could speak with nn authority which 110 self respecting nation would tout The late Augusta Jnno Uvans ltd nut write as much tKtlon OH her popular contemjiorary Rev K P toe but the output of her pen held In tho south about tho same place In literature that mho Indefatigable toe held In the north Those United States sailors who were arrested for walking on the gross In Huston Common shouldnt be dls coumfccd Theres plenty of grass wi good wltti no police ground looking for cheap glory Princess Juliana Louise Fmma Marie WHiicImlua of Holland oven has n i grandma to see fair play just like otu + er lucky babies The peace party shouldnt mAke tho mistake of calling oft tho war on tiles hoboes the white plague null Uluck Handera Even In French theres nothing In n came when anarchism stalks forth ns syndicalism Agitating for a sane Fourth should nlso bo done early Many Joy ride bas a grief walk nt tbo end of It Giving Europe u Goo lTlme For weeks past tho European cater tics to foreign tourists have been flg urlng on the ecaKOna prospect forgathering In American coin On holiday money dropptd In the highways and byways by other nationali ties tho landlords tradesmen guides and showmen can live after the penn fashion Money from this cotta try la velvet and with that the general populace can count on a good time It sluts froth on the otherwise stale of their humdrum existence American money will bo on the continent this year Trade Is lagging tho world over and dealers In I T r tot l r qy Aqr + tM1t atn- tr 1+ i- e tI 44J 0 6 BREA NEWSi4 rt if f n S I luxuries nn glut to no the opmi Every dollar dropped orkllI like the nltuHc Bhllllng und circulates nil nlotig tho line from thl spendthrift to the wpcndihrlft valet and shoe maker The easy come easy go habit IH at home In European pleasure Arocrlcntis especially + pay richly for the good time they go BO tar to seek and spread good times terI every point they touch h dvanatossThe late Augusta Jane tlarNl rmunpyu tllieRnftL tsltrl7 can novelist when her most popular book St nimo appeared That work In said to have hold the sales rec ord until David Harum displaced ItIAs n rule best sellers arc short ers but St Elmo sold well for n j11II eration anti still ands admiring rend eraGtrett peas ut 75 cents n peck nnd cucumbers nt in cents each mnko tont dwellers wonder why last years pota toes and onions taste so good all of a I sudden The St Louis yarn about a rat that turns on the gas at nIght to suffocate folks may not be n nature take but anyway nntllISoldiers and sailors never debt un less civilians bring on war Peace ad vocates should go hot footed after clvlllniiH who stir up strife K the wlso old Martians are realty looking at us they might toko our mug minis to IM n touch for a loans Sort of ICTO majesty tot the pence party not to recommend Dreadnoughts as makers for peace e With Castro loose Venezuela Is In no hurry to spring homecoming week 1III Its oxlkf TIUs lipplshncBs of wheat Is likely to put bread on tho menu of the very rich Tho divine right of kings to put by something for n rally day Is dual lenged by the Young Turks Perhaps this Is where these novices butt against the prejudices of rulers still on time Job who have men and ships to do their bidding A recruiting boom has filled thl ranks of the army nlll It Is sold that there Is much good timber for commis shooed grades In the new material Nothing gained by knowing that thought wuvmi can stop war since according to the now science they con start war too Nations agree with their adversaries quickly In pence congresses and fallout us Quickly over tariff schedules JOThe old fashioned pence we hear of must have been before the third party started that row In Eden 0The civil service strike In Paris Is giving tho world nn object lesson In government ownership cr1he airship men picked out a reliable old to come home on you keep a second slrl1 cdNo my wife Isnt strong cnqugh to wait on more than one Kansas City Journal t d Wy DEMOCRATIC CON VENTION CALL At a meeting of the Democrat Committee of Hrmilhitt count held at tho court hono in Incksc 1on fitvl5th 1109 Present F P Crawford Chairman nnd th following committeemen S J Patton W B Cardwoll John Wsalt Blnino Short I L Terr Sam Spicer John B LoVvis W L Clair Mizc Iuidrum S It Roberts Ashford Joseph Scvc Williiiins Jcro S Inullipo IInd James Miller On motion of Jer- Taulbee n mass meeting of Ill I Democrats of itrcnthitt county i culled to be held on Saturday une 19th 1JOO at 1 oclock p m nt tho respective voting planes ill each of the voting precincts to select and instruct dcl RtI to ut Ifheltson Ivy on the 21st dny of June I WOO at 1 oclock p m for tho purpose of nominating Democrat I cnndulates fur the various counts jflices to be voted for at tho Noy r ember election 1009 to wit County Judge County Cour Clerk County Attorney Sheriu Jailer Cononer Surveyors ASscs1 lor Circuit Court Cleric ant Count Superintendent of Schools The basis of u mid convention shiLl be nCotJ far each 125 votes and one vote foi inch fraction over 15 votes cast- or the Democratic nominee fpl resident nt tho last Prcsidehtia lection Under this but is cue ircuinct will be cntrticcIto h owing votes viz Jackson G votes Jackson 02ru dQlof iiclcson No 3 2 VolcsJ Fro rotes Crawfords 3 V oles rr I 3 votl fi 1 II Lewis15oteCro k- tttsy1ikrvotes Gee Elxa1 I ol- l61tutcsa s i t + KP horn li votes Sprmorli v5teSilliattviiio 7 votes Taulbee otcs War Creek 3 votes Total number C2 necessary to n choice fraction over 31 votes Each precinct shall be rCl rescntI cd bnt least one delegate r1 eachyoto snid precinct is entitled I a Said precinct meeting shill bo called to order by the precinct ent huirman and the Democrats pres shall elect a Chairman whoI hall preside over the meeting nndI Iso a Secretary who shall kcep the proceedings thereof which hull be signed by the Chairman nml Secretary thereof The Democrats present shall so pet ns many delegates as the pre inct is entitled to and may instruct them to voto for such can lidatcs as theysce lit for unpra- ll of the ofliccs above naked All Democrats who will be entitled to a vote at tlfe November election 1909 shall Go entitled to vote in said precinct meetings The Brcathitt County News is ordered to publish the proceedings of this meeting Given atndor our lands this May 16th 190 F P CitAoroun ATTEST Chairman SKNVKLL WILLIAMS Secretary JACKSON Ky MAY IT 190 J EmTo Nws Trusting that you may deem the ollowing word of admonition the Democrats of this county worthy of sjiaco I make bold to lira this bit of advice to the arty The Republicans have mot lominated their ticket and while I do not think they arc proud o itlit nevertheless has some ele nents of strength that the Democrats would do well to consider outh energy and money Tho Democrats have met ailed their precinct conventions Rnd in the hands of tho sturdy comanry of tho Dcmocraticparty lies the future of Breathittcounty In their judgment in selecting heir nominees for tim various ounty dfliccs depends tha successor the ticket in November Since the foundation of this re public sinco the origin of free ovornmont the Pcraooratic prin t h UWU lw ciiilpShavn rili l1 the JfMt1elit influence fur jjoou that has heln knowtvit has titooditslhe on bulwark bctwii time graspii avnriii ofVrcdntorv wltlth and the huinblQjftfiilcr Whcth in success bt it wiHnl ways stand ns ajficnace to wror lint corruption t cnn never die rood can neve be destroyed And throughout all tho histoi of tho party ttstmly defeats has been nccompIJfi1lJy tho selfish ness r efforts of some members on mho party The spirit of rt1lec gin on the Ilrtj of its leaddrs liar been time caus of its evcry dof at The people have ni v4LIpi 8fidcl1ce in thoe principles of thert3jLImas been only alaclf of Mniidencc in the cutlerstidltFiuBrow iIt t what is It tliatthoajr amt Is it lho nalftellnlnt of tllet imUviciuals or Piffle fold indhit dnnls of ms it clean ccons omical adnimiBlnpijori oftho county aljair aouPt1 h tlirigiden foinidntfullsf 1 believe h tilrllctit J gk of the cititun- s1lofAihecoo rotadress of tyjaliliat et tlro law en forced afatr r ministrlr- tioir ofa tMZ incss- traetetitliri t fr t i t af the lieoplocagetiex J Jlelielr- crats in the rlrly mine for county o ciii1 Itepuh nLwllltedahIy fie 11u ri- tlttlj fir fal- imcrdtyof d lIQ q hef t Jay jAJ jtilIJ Js ftdt f Thor 4uief tCl Ufa f= catocorrtl frAKeof iters tII Sh a of fipttliotia M1df i llUSg Ze upon arrs Jt 1 J Jetnoeriitjccr tlotl j meets ilindffti ion lane rCho tom lttJn fS Jll t nOUItI 1 lag tic et to vote lorl Yon fellow Democrats will have to answer hatqucjry r And here nsn Democrat whb seeks no perferment who tins ibthingsjivo jhe good of time county iiWh6nrt lets hivcR hcafttohcart tnikabout wlliiio Jesuitshould lio nntlwhat1 uo if you doJ4 lot net with ttvfeifwri iJeyouan office Meeker urreinterested moughin Democratic success which means the best for the coo- ntto iut the partys guild nboVe our own self interest 1 If ou niv then tlujre is nnbjpublc inking it for granted tmtallwlto will n liirc fur the vnnous nominations tare0 field gracefully und Willinjily if some other nllln who nsplros for the same place wtiuld add greater strength to tliu ticket Are on willing to make n personal sncriJ lice for tho goodof the party i Neighbor friend relative should not influence you in the selection ofour candidates Let the only uotivo thnt guides you be tho de sire to sec good men strong men men eminently qualified made time nominees Lets put up a ticket hUvill command the respect and cons denceoif ALL men Contrast is sometimes very effective Deplorable aa the fact is money has much to do with the result of elections these days Frequently yen in n majority of instance 1mone thwarts time will of tho people and foists Upon them men parties administrations that is not time choice of the majority One of tho claims for time adherents of 1the recently nominated Hepubli can county ticket is they are able Cnnd willing and ready to put up suchII corruption fund in this county that almost staggers time mindof thinking men Itisclaimi id that from 20000 to 25000 tlwill be put up by them Whether this be true or false it is well known that tho selection of that ticket wai made large Iupon the ability of the nominees to put up n largo amount of money Tho Democrats should o no jo sonal feeling actuate them when I they go to their district me tillltsl riiey should weigh clrcfull I character and strength of the men I t M t if yr1 tpTie nominafadjTliey shouldjlc no potty prejudices control lli6ni If the Democrats of each precinct woultlmcetInd elect good honest clearheaded and patriotic men for delegates send the delegates up uninstructed and let the delegates get together at tho County Convention and discuss dispassionately the various candidates and name n good clean ticket tho battle will then have been won but if therein disscntsion strifo trod bickerings theIit is then very questionable whether success is possible for remember brother Democrat time contrast hag to bo decided bore even an independent Republican will vote for a good Democrat in preference to n bad Republican More is expected of Democracy than Republicanism Ii t all your discussion be for good of the party instead of ho advancement of a friends per sonal interests Respectfully A DUMOOKAT TfiN1 QHn WILBUR D NESBIt 1VOTliIIL1 1aIts not worth whllethe frettl The sighing and the woe Ilest to spend your time torsettlnJ- Your troubles HH they RO jBest look ahead for x Arid take no time for tearsirTho sunny day I hereafter Vlll make the Koldcn years Its not worth xvlillo the grieving About the chances louts What gain are you receiving The whllw you count the cost Ion et them O forget than Iok on ahead nnd smile Tlie bluo days though youve met them Are none of them worthv wlillo Its not worth whilethe whiling When tjilnga are going wrong Tho mourning ninl rcpnInB Mix the sunshine withi send Come shake the nhaIt 1br sadness And lose mho dream of gloom Your heart heats time for gladness So give It lots ot roomr Helpful Hints Amos Kcetor writes Please suggest some new and unique lino of work for a young man wbo Is ambitious to rise quickly Dear Ands wo approach your query with a throb of the heart If there Is anything or anybody wo like to see It Is a young man who Is so full of ambition that he cant eat And a young man who Is so ambitious to rise quickly that ho dislikes to take tho elevator to tho lilnotcenth floor anti begin at tho top as a Janitor or some thing on that order gets a wave of understanding from our mental econ omy So nanny young men of time urea ent tty want to rlso quickly but lack ambition They prefer tho dynamite explosion route to success They want to go up and dont care a hang about tho possibilities of coming down like X Y Z stock on a rumor that the assistant treasurer of tho IlltUm Trust Company has packed his suitcase Amos the most favorablo occupa lion for a young man who wants to do tho buckwheatflour act Just now Is ballooning No other business permits a man to rise rapidly and see the country To be a balloonist you should obtain some 40000 yards of varnished silk and have somo kind friend sew It Into a receptacle the shape of a Hartlctt pear with the lit tie end bttten off Then hitch a large basket to tho bottom Jolly the gas company for a row minutes Insert a gas pipe Into tho bag watt until It hiss swelled up like a man who has been mentioned for the presidency and then climb aboard Before sailing compose a number of magazine articles tell tho newspa Ipcrsbow to spell your name and let Pick a landing spot In some state whole you are attachmentproof and futr u assure 4tf c 10 f Msa ena r 1Ii NJ j- yA t 1 l 4 The Largest Circulation 11OF ANY PAPER IN THIS SECTION mya a eosetra L DKVOTEnJwTW fJ THE MAN BY BOQTU TARKJNGTON AND- HARRY LEON WILSON J r r Not all tlm traditions of European society can influence this man from In= diana Ills triumph over the aristocracy of the pJd world is clever humorous and patriotic enough to thrill eveVy one of us r A STORY OF AN AMERICAN r BY TWO AMERICANS v FOR ALL AMERICANS BEGINS IN THIS PAPER THIS WEEK C 4CrSS === eLese t r C ICtAS ORD arcs JOtiNkT IIINDA Jclji = j iBreathitt 1 County BankINCOIPO1tAT- EDJACKSON KENTUCKY CapitalrYour home bank owned and controlled J by the people of Breathitt countyITits safety of a bank does on charter but on the management a I directors direct the affairs of our institution and are men of known d business ability and integrity niRKCTORS F P CHAWMIBO D 13 CnAwrORU J W Funs Ciiin Tzniir G J LITILK K C L Mm Cswrona Gn11 UUOR IhmjItQi Z2iS ZJ JAMES P ADAMS Pres J II LETTON Jit Cashier FIRST NATIONAL BANK- OF JACKSON KY CAPITAL STOCK 25000 We will give our friends Value received in return for the business done with us at the same time we want them to know that we appreciate their patronage Out policy is sound liberal and just We want your business and will use you well Money Loaned on Approved Securities We pay interest on time deposits James P Adonis J II llnmmons DIRECTORS Jno C Griffith AMArnold T Pr Cardwell Jr IT II Letton Jr1 J g ItW t tlI to rorv w r The Breathitt News I SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE iIo i tj J WISE HAGINS EDITOR l Friday May 21 i Notice to Candidates l Announcements of candidates for oilioo will be charged for t followsFor District 0nice 1000 For a County OQico 500 Except n complimentary notice given each candidate at the time J ne announces all communicatipns boosting candidates will be charged for at 5 cents per line Such com 1f munications will bo treated as i purely advertising matter for which The News does not assume any responsibility Cash must accompany all orders for such advertising ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY CLERIC I take this means of announc t ing myself as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Breathitt County subject to tho action of the Democratic party If elects- I d 1 shall regardless of party aflilia 1 tions be your most obedient ser i cant ALFRED RUSSELL FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to nnnounce ROBERT DEATON- of Crockettsville as a candidat- for Sheriff of Breathitt county subject to tho action of the Demo cratic party We are authorized to announce G T STRONG jasa candidate for Sheriff of Breathitt county subject to till action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce SEWELL S ROBERTS l as a candidate for Sheriff o Breathitt county subject to the f action of the Democratic party FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We arc authorized to announce j E P LANDRUM t as a candidate for the office o- e County Clerk of Breathitt count j subject to the action of the Dem cratic party I 3IlT1 T LTfT J ut Wo are authorized to announce 1 4 WESLEY TURNER JK eathtItf1 I jtho Democratic party y vSWanre authorized to announce I I i J H HUDSON j as aicundidate for Jailer of Breath itt county subject to the action of 1 the Democratic party s J We are authorized to announce e A B IIATTON IMa candidate for jailer of Breath county subject to the action of i the Democratic party Wo are authorized to announce J M GOFF J as a candidate for jailer of Breath iit county subject to the action of v the Democratic party I SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS are authorized to announc- ED e ItWo DEATON candidate for the office of of Schools ofj Breathitt county subject to the action of the Democratic party t1 We are authorized to announce WILLIE TAYLOR as a candidate for the office of Superintendent of Schools of Breathitt county subject to the action of tho Democratic party FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY 1 We are authorized to announce JUDGE W IL BLANTONII as a candidate for County Attor I ney of Breathitt County subject to the action of the Democratic party 1CampAlgonac The Kentucky Evening Gazette announces its second annual outing at Camp Algonac Mich the week of July 2028 Last year 881- I Central Kentucky people enjoyed this delightful outing and tho Ga 4 zette has decidedf to make it nn annual feature 2250 covers all necessary expenses including transportation from Lexington to Camp Algonac and return tourist sleeper going breakfast on the steamer Tashmoo before reachingfcamp board and lodging s week For further details ef the I f l a DepartmenttripKentucky Evening hgton KV or R C 11 uSlck local representative Jackson Ky WAR CREEK Shut Johnson wife nnd family visited friends at tho mouth qf Vnr Creek Sunday isAbner Gross visited D B Pel fry Sunday Wesley Trent and UIv1 W Wilt nnd Rev J S Trent nttcnd ed mooting at White Oak Sunday Miss Eliza Taulbce and Miss hate Duncil attended meeting on Mill Creek Sunday G11 Morris of the Spencer lend lost two nice cows in the last month Thos Johnson has n nice gar den JEllS CREEK Miss Dora Short who has been attending school at Buckhorn for tho past four mouths has returned Llome Anee McIntosh and wile were in Jackson Saturday Miss Lulie Bryant who has been visiting relatives for the pat week returned home Saturday 0George Mclntoah was iq Jack son on business Born to Estill Morgan nnd wife on the 8th inst n boy Mrs I C Combs visited her brother George McIntosh Mon day Among those who visited G B Bryant and wife Sunday were Ance Mclntoh Wm Bryant and wife Misses Mary McIntosh Mcrcil Bryant Clifton Johnson fLank Moore All enjoyed a sumptuous dinner LOST CREEKe Died May 8th Mrs Florence Grigsby wife of Samuel M Grigs by nt her home near the mouth off Lost Creek She leaves a husband and three small children and a host losso 5lrs Mary Landrum who was quite sick with la grippe is irri Quite a number of the boys nnd girls of this place are preparing for two examinationI Walter Kempt and Miss Au gusts Leonard of Jackson were visiting Mr and Mrs E P LaV drum of this place this week Robert Cornell and wife wrs visiting her mother Mrs Morgan Allen of Clay Hole Saturday and SundayMiss Eflie RrdcDtof Jackson is visiting lire Landrum of this place Miss Susan Byrd has returned from a visit to her friends andre latives on Quicksand- E P Landrum was at Jackson Monday on business Mrs Lizzio Smith was visiting friends and relatives at Jackson last week and attending the commencement exercises Her son Willie accompanied tsar lines Mrs Elizabeth Deaton has been quite sick but is some better Her son Leo and her daughter Lyndia of Jells Creek were vis icing her Saturday Ernest the ten months old baby of Mr nnd Mrs Wm Byrd is quite sick with cholera morbus PUNCHEON GAMP Mr and Mrs Evans 11 Evan r visited friends at Canoe Sunday nightMr and Mrs Richard Herald visited friends in Jackson Friday till Monday On the 5th Sunday in this month there will be a basket dinner nt Highland College also I reaching nt 1000 oclock in the morning and nt 2 oclock in the Mann o ItheirI How It Helped Are you still helping that poor tam 11y1 Tin trying to help them I garp thq mother some money the other day that she would feel Independent ofherI drunken husband r Wciir Well vhc bad ber husband arrested or boating her and then paid his lUll with the r raey 1 save brC1aY land Plata Udder I 00 CULTURE OF GRAPES Dont Prune Vines Until Chilly Weslh or It Over Grapevines should not be pruned uy til told weather has entirely passed Any time In April Is soon enough The middle of the month In more norther ly sections Is the surest date Vine a pruned just beforo the buds commence j thllliwilland will do less to the I than early pruning As a Kcncrnl rule I the buds farther out on the canes grow the best clusters of grapes Prune th canes to tho proper length two arm four fret In length with spurs having two or three buds to the spur Tie the arms to the trellis bars so the clusters of fruit will lrt ng down with plenty of Tight and air and they will be free from rot and mildew the grapes ripening early and fully The ground between the rows mid under the trellis burs must be kept clean the soil mellow to take In the dew nnd light rains When tip grgpe- commence to swell spread n thick colt of tine rotted manure mixed with fine cut grass around the vines and one oot out from the grapo on each side This mulch will keep the ground moll and cool which will hermit u greater development of the fruit The vines should be planted In rows eight feet apart planting otto grape eight feet apart li the rows This will give plenty of room for horse culture trod for the air and sunshine which lire necessary for best development of both vine and fruit fly this method the vineyard can be cheaply and HUckly cultivated the cones tied up n s MPy advance Ju growth und sprayed The bunches of fru1 hang lown through the foliage which will prevent mildew and rot The following year two canes near the hood or Juuc tion of the arms ore taken and the old canes cut off and removed In this way wo hove a new growth of well rlixlied wOOl and are sure to bo re warded when nropep elvpn with an nbundauco of chojep wcjl ripened clusters of grapes The best fertilizer for grapes is rich well rotted manure mixed with one halt pec of Quo ground animal bonemcal tt1 metI bushel of manure Mix the two to gether spread it pvenly under tile trellis bars two after part of October pud cover with a light furrow pun on each shlo of the row of smiles o turn under with tbo digging fork This dressing besides supplying tho fertilizing matter necessary for tho growth of the vines and protection of tho fruit will make a mellow soil that will hold tbo moisture and mata n deep soil easy tor the roots tojSfiffcad out anti maker strong henltbKro h Grape may be set out thl nWntu or In October Select any Jand Lend tbqt will grow the regular farts r s will grow cholco grapes llall pbr pld vines Good stocky ivdHpfriay llmllyeltlnjf abundantSupplyera Clinton Catawba BMeni s iCampbell Early are standard rt1c- of established County meritjfV Tho dishonest Mstle nLU i1t9Y l ffl rl1e 111111 ih employer with impunitynudlt she likes eggs for her meals she Is In dan Her of decapitation Twp Wisconulu men hasp put thelp bends together have perfected a registering devlc Which keeps a record of every egg laid and enables chicken owners io detect any loss through theft or any other agency This device Is In the form of bodyThe FASTENS pN 1IIRDS BODT Itho emission of the egg causes the band to spread and roglstgr a number If tho Indicator shows tint n lien ls laying more eggs than are collected and If tho owner finds po evidence of theft he can lien be sure that the bird its eating the eggs herself and either IIut her In the stewpau Bud replace her n n more houses fowl or keep such la close watch over her that sho will not have nu opportunity to Indulge her cannibalistic taste It is Impossible to cure a hen of this habit once It Is con traptcd IN9 Money In Average Yields White expert In dairy of two bureau of animal Industry says that Ipsome of the dairy states the ayer nra of butter per cow Is less than lib pbunds iwr name when It Is poa I Bible lUut rlulte ordinary conditions wttligrit a cows of dairy breeds to produce ioiblo that amount popttiI Thl lnllllerably less 300I ohs potplaadgl Evidently he there lsIIlP990 room for hnproeI m lIt By proper selection cure feed and breeijln of dairy cows the otilatry prQUlt8 ID be doubledoutputI out the number of cows now In the counirfIIA was negotiating with an Insurance agent as to effecting a policy on a vessel overdue At this Juncture ho heard of the vessels loss and wrote companyIpolicy theo neednt for Ivo hoard of the ship Eh said tbe officers cunning fel low He wants to do us out of tho theQuaker 1 1 hotrTb74 v Tbe Lid OB School Lunches TTnclo Sam Gas carried paternalism to an extreme which Mil led to ab Hurdltles especially In the matter of quartlrlljlight while at school some munlclpall ties are adding or proposing to add free breakfasts anti lunches and free dentistry and medical attendance I What the state and municipality sup piles of course It controls A recent bulletin from tbo interior department Is a hint that some authority should supplyrare In tho bulletin The Dally Meals of School Children In each the lunch DccorlllInJcontinuing only u certain amount of fat and protein nod carbohydrates Thsnsf the growing chill should IMJ consulted Is here thrown to the wliUs Tbd ap petite must noj bo tempted but the lunch provided U to bo so coarse and uninviting that the child will not touch It unless he Is hungry It looks as though undo can safely leave the school lunch to grandma and grandmas own girl The old lady would surely say Put lu a couple of generous dikes of homemade bread an npplo ai n bit of plain cake and le It go ntvniat My children know whet to stop eating 4 It would bo health for tho bodies as wcl as nickels In the pockets of the angry rhlladolphlans If they would May walking mud over thin trusts exactions J It Isnt so much peace as peace bv flU and starts that the Mobsppltra j b Joct to They would whip all the tight era and be dona with it Ida Tnrtcll says there are tvrq Ilockcfcllcw That makes twenty flit gets to dip lulu the ploof subsldary oil companies Porto It loans want to retain thatrII doesnt BpVflfibme anarchy Mars probably wore a wise look when he saw how we flirted with tilt goddess of pence too f A peace congress In Asia ulna wouldnt to1it4i4war IUr Freakish fn JIty4napeterai Is n pat compark n The Sentiment For Coal Itoads Without jrpads civilization cannot gel forward aril the hetcue roads it more rapid tho strides Tnlo conserva thou utudtymil resources means tbe use of affthe resources and not simply the exluuab + ut 4 n Indr Y Ei rytblnl can boo fiI tip to Jy constructing and maintaining good roads Deep waterways and extensive railways cannot IIJthp Interior wtfi oat good Tbo national congress on good roads grows In Importance every year At first local time movement has become general vonce In Itself of tho nwok ruing otitiiar sentiment The annual gal lug brlcgs together prow teal men who are In touch with the latest developments In good roads work There students pt at thq tee t of teachers anti leaders are Inspired by tho enthusiasm of beginners Any stretch of good road Is worth while but every good road is worth nil the more forihumeroua feeders and out lets To promote these U the object of general good toads movements Kidnaping as a bcshicss is likely to bo discouraged by the sentences pro flounced In the Whltla case The court clearly mnde It known to the coijnlrf at large Clint so far as Pennsyjranla Is concerned kidnaping will be regard ed little short of u capital crime If Walter Wellmuu keeps up these annual stunts so near and yet so far something mnymak loose and carry him to the north pole In spite of him self It Is all right to keep tbo flannels nlstcrs and skates within reach for awhile yet nevertheless the moth balls nnd bugs should atop be handy Tafts smile will surely hoodoo the performance If that new gold handled sword of the commander In chief attempts a real sword act Another horrible feature of massa cress Is the names they spring on a pvllzeu languageKozplook Deurtyul etc It wont worry Uncle Sam a bit If typetIEllsyto drop a shell from an airship but the trick will be to get tbo drop on I ho proper target IAbout time for Herod Nicholas toI trod out and kill all tbe Young Bu tltutas t Something Wrong Oh dear John I just know I shall IIIWhdshusband without laying down his pupa or looking from his pripcr I thought you said you liked ItIThats Just It 1 was BO sure I wouldnt like It when I got It home though I liked it well enough In the store And now that I am home I do like It and therefore I now I will not lice It whom It is made up Now ilont loon what to do I Search tee grunted the cruel man turning to the sporting page Pock FOR YOUR HEALTHS SAKE THE MIDDLE HORSE A farmer plowing with three horses hitched abreact noticed that the middle horse became tired and exhausted long before either of Its mates As the ani mal was the equal In every way of the other two he was puzzled as to the cause of Its not being able to stand the tame amount of howl notes close together and with the result that the middle horse was compelled to breathe the ex pired air from Its fellows The longItwith straps to the bits of the out tide horses The device worked i htfuliI tits horse was able to do the tame amount of work and with no greater fatigue than Its fellows Many porous are like the mid die horse they do not get their rightful share of fresh pure air And this It why they are not able to perform as much work nor of as good a quality as they would oth stoles be able to dot Murker ti pf time ClvU War tlfnttlf q dozen functions comment orating events of the civil war ached uled within the span of four weeks In parlous sections of the country fur nisi proof that the grunt conflict l remembered lu n commendable spirit by tho whole people On the battle field of Gettysburg United Htnlcs reg ulars representing nil th at n Irs je cclvo honors nUll nt Vlckuburg flola pf contemporary Importance mid In crest with Gettysburg tribute Is pnli to n Confederate leader noted lu oat and distinguished for n long period h the pence which followed Ueiiern Stephen D Iee On the soil of Vlr gluts the site of the Confederacy lust dutch Petersburg becomes th site of n monument to the valor o Pennsylvania soldiers who tell outsldi tbe breastworks In tha fearful tote tul last struggle The return pf i Confederate tattle flag by Its captors on time same dnj that the Captain Win monument win unveiled by the Daughters of the Con fcdcmcy niny be tmlled ns a sign that thu smarts of the war hate WIll salted by the hntil of tlmo Bcutl went way lit accorded free play since wo know that loyalty to the things that are has no rival to fear In yen eration for the things that were Many faiths unite tq compose tho supreme pojlilcnl fultli which sways every member of the Union In every part of lillyltate rThat Chicago preacher who fixes the rtlnWulII for mid rrlagesble Income It r+ tlJf1mlntaco smmlcltle for time census fif Ameri can families thriving mad multiplying Qp smaller sums Is against him luring cornered nbout everything flso worth while Hurrlman says All I wnut now Is rest lie seems to forget that his style of ambition mar ders rest The change In tho Inauguration daje tclicinr doesnt hang Ore for the rout sop that from the very start there Imsnt been any lire to hang Husfilt orders a Wright aeroplane Probably the czar means to roost high when time bomb throwers get busy again e That million dollar lump of sugar on en In this country every day ought to swr ru the national tcnitcr so that war lull couldnt get a hearing Kclio nnavars T Its bouquet to the Jails Wo all lore the Japanese lu JapansA Field For Conservation In lAthllng a project no unst its tin corutnatlon of natural ivs nets It IK dltlicult to cternilne just where waste Is prcvviilnti nn things are Rut no bell ringing 1st needed to wlnt out the mitiicil unit In part provantnulo waste IneijiTed nil over time laud by forest fires Last year the fire trod ravaged unchecked some of our fairest and mtut valuable tinker tracts nnd this woven tin 1 SintiM fureitt serf ice Invlus tie i miHim of hit IOU xvrvailuii count I nip tLriiiigliuur the country With tdtlt ofuVem In till com pltiitlon of dalnoll forest tires The field staff of the forest service covers the national forest mire fairly well but In several states the local tire adlrern hnvii nut as n ritlo preserved records of form fires Time object of Inviting cooperation Iwtwern national and state odlclals Is to secure records pertaining to till extensive private and state owned forests comparable In scope und completeness with those prepared for national forests It Is ex heeded that conservation commission ers of the several states mind territo ries will be able to enlist lu this pro Ilinlnary tvork tho olflclnla of every county In their rnspectlvo districts where there are forest areas Mutual ly helpful cooKratlou way thus bo se cured and n step gained In forest con Ben atlun An Ea x Riddance Mr Hurdrocks Uy George I was relieved this morning Mrs Hardrocks Why Sluts howl Did somebody pick your pocket Mr Hardrocks No Young Pcrklelgh came In to see me I thought ho was certainly our daughtp but be merely otterI borrow 10 Hell ueverbother us any more 1 let him have IL Cleveland leader- w I m GeaO GOOO Q O t FLOYD DAY 1res J SAMUEL 1IBAD tlr Cushier 3 m F P GltAWFOltD Vice 1rcseM 1 DAVIS Acting Cashier IV 8 IIOIUEK Ast Cash o i t1fv OUR IP i METHODStS u 0 IIa a a growing tile If gap not open an account now 0 Cull in and talk the subject over with I ioa0Q1 ti 0i PAIDUP CAPITAL and SURPLUS 2735000 S4 0 m Jackson Deposit Bank 4 Jackson Kentucky lt QOG o a OGOS 0 Q The Southern Ry r IOFFERS VERY LOW ROUND- TRIPHomeseekers Rates To Arkansas Indian Territory- Louisiana Oklahoma Texas TueslupS writeAA LOUISVILLE KY IK D II KASffl PHYSICIAN AND Suuorox M ornoK nu nieKsotf CndtVFOltI1tu1LD11c iJACKSON KENTUCKY S5 52S2S 5ZSS2i GOflO i PoIsThe Blue Grass FarmerKIUTUW 0V T1IK 75ForCents nnd annculiural rice Fill out attachedl year lucVlSxhigion It Farutortditlmt i Signed h I loatollice oe G GGQa dO eeOw Q THE 0 F1A1 LYON SON COINSURANCE 1 t g 7 a r iiea 441 STOCKS AND BONDS g a 0loATEDa 0 0I AGENCIES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL TJWNSg i I IN 4NF O 0 Want Live Energetic Men to Represent Uski- n Unoccupied Territory ilaG 0 f1 Address All Communications to the Com pany at Beatty villb Kentucky u GOOG Y w r The Breathitt News II WISH II AC iNS EUITOR CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAR + t IItlllshed Every iMdny1 DUINK WAIXSCOTTS KOXA ICOIA Thos It Sewell made n business trip to Oannul City Friday h jrjjare Linod501 p 25u ut HAD 1 mxs Dink Frazier of Quicksand who had been sick for several weeks is able to be out again Six bars Lenox Soap for 25c at T II IJeuris J Floyd Craft Squirrel Craft and b W Craft of Gunge were heroton business Monday Fur Best Groceries Fruits and Vegetables go to lladdixd i The Jackson Uaso Ball tcuni will play Hazel Green on their own grounds Monday That good Butter yeliew Label at lladdixs linrnn Gray of Monica who linn c been attending school at Oxford for tho past year returned home e Tuesday Miss Nettie Combs who has been in Colorado for several months has returned homo much I improved in health FOR m 1Thrce lirst class well ventilated furnished rooms Apply N B COMIIS Main street Jackson Ky I T II Bcuris and family went to Swango Springs Wednesday where Mrs Heuris will stay for a few weeks for the health of the children New Tomatoes Knddhhcs and Lettuce at T II Beuris store Lizzie Evans who has been IMitis her aunt Mrs N J i Moore for the past few weeks re turned to her homo in Perry coun x ty Thursday Dry salt Bacon the best cured Ilall1sundnil kinds of fresh vege tables arid fruit at T IL Beuris Miss Nancy Bcglcy a graduate uf Lees Collegiate Institute left last week for Nicholasvillo to at tend a tweeting of the Young Peoples Christian Endeavor Society She will also visit friends at Versailles and Lexington rTry Swifts Premium Hums Do hart what am W U Hamilton Phone No 80 Mrs Andrew J hays died ut her home near O K unction Monday after a long illness of con I sumption Sim was about 05 years old tier funeral was conducted Tuesday and her remains buried in the Little grave yard Rev A N Morris pastor of thoBrtptist church was delight fully surprised Monday evening tiof last week by so many good gifts given to him by the members w of his congregation Rev W H McClendon of Lex ington will preach at the Chris tian church Sunday May 2l at 11 ifn in and at 7iO p in It is es pocinlly desired that all tho mem bers of the congregation bo pres eat at both services iJp ThoMr O U A M will have U mass meeting at the College Chapel on the evening of June 8th of all the lodges in Breathitt and surrounding counties Sonic distinguished speakers will bo present Everybody invited to at tend Tho Democratic committee met hero last Saturday anti called a 1lffiRS meeting of the Democrats to td meet at their various voting places on Saturday Juno 19th to select delegates to meet at Jackson on ye Juno 21st to nominate Democratic r candidates for tho various County y 031ccsh Tire formal call appears in another column It has been suggested by several 1of my friends that I make tho race i ir County Surveyor of this cow r iv If the Democrats of this county npminato me and I should r lie elected in November I will per form the duties of surveyor to the best of my ability I have lind 4 tvo years in College and eight years experience iu tho ileU Yours GREEN Ih ALLENi z + t II L a I t 1 L 1 a t ia J NOTICE The Democrats of Jackson pre cinct No 2 arc her ucalled to meet nt their respective voting places on Saturday June nthat 2 p m for the purpose of electing precinct coinniittcctncn in place of G P Combs who moved out of the precinct nnd W B Cnrdwell resigned Fi P CuAwlolm Chairman John Stidhnm returned Mont ay from Lexington where ho had been for medical treatment TOMATO PLANTS- For Tomato Plants Phone 26 Herschel Bnch has accepteda position as salesman for T 11 Bouris YThe followK persons were reg istered nt the Imperial Ilotnl last week G W Sherman E H French F G Cimllcld 11 G Bo lion Ixuisville ICyJ A Murphy Washington D C A 11 Hargis Lexington Ky Eli Cor nott and S1 Yarns Winchester W 11 Pclfry Dr M E Hoge Calla KyjII B Mtiggard Haz ard Ky Rev C F Moore Cynthinna Ky V T Hurst Wilhuriit Ky A II Cundiff County James Triplet Louisville Mrs dins E Woodcock Mrs II P Hnllock Mis Myrn Baird Mrs Mason Mitury Miss Mable Yin B II Vanarsdnlo Louis yule Ky J B McLin City 1- 1W McCoy Denver Col J H Wills Panola Thos McQuinn Hamilton 0 Noah Hose Win IlinnnaCharitonv F Lyon Buattyville Fno Coleman Mt Sterling W P Sandlin Kichio Grnnnis Bnch who has beets at tending Central University nt Danville for the past year returned home Tuesday D L ALLEN CO Jewelers Successors to S D Ficcnbf Wo hate bought out the chUfc stock of tho S D Flcehbf Jewel cry store ntul will sllll tOrttlrtUe to do business nt the old stand Como and see us will sell Anything in the JcwoleryHiib lsfclv foods constantly atriving Itepnirihg a specialty NOTICE It Haddcn Son having sold their stock of htarclmndise in South Jackson to Scncll Need hum nil parties haying accounts against said dim Of U Madden Son will pen o present siuiib to It L Hidden Tint ksoni Ky IliD ilnmillOn has sccufcd tho agency for Jndkson for the Stanton Strawberries which arc the best to be had in this section Ho will get them every other tiny as long ns they last nltltIS they will reach hOle tho same day they nropickcd ho will be in n position to furnish the best nnd freshest Strawberries that como to Jack son The lust shipment will nr rivo on Thursday May 17 Special prices on case lots If you want n Good Cup of Cof Ice try Barrington Hall tho steel cut coffee at Hnddixs Fou SALEOne house and lot at a bargain Cull on or address DIANOV STIIONO Jackson Ky NOTICE Tho 1009 taxes are now due Please call at my pfilce in Craw fords store and get your receipt liitKOK CHAWFOKD Sheriff Notice of Dissolution of Partnership The partnership heretofore ex isting between the undcrsiirned has been dNsoIvcd by mutual con sent Given under our handy this may 17th 1909W HlAKTOX L T IIOVKUMALE 1 WISH HAOINS John Ilrtmu wax executed nt liar pers Ferry uu Dec 2 183J It was shortly after 11 oclock In the uioru I lug Two thousand soldiers wcro ranged around the scaffold when he I was brought from his prison houso I and placed la a wagon which was to convey him to tho scene of execution S NOTICE df BANKRUPT SALE In the District Court of the tInt ted States for the Eastern Dis trict of Kentucky lElcctrirBankrupt J In pursuradco of the judgment and decree of salo entered in the matter of tho Bankruptcy of Iho Jackson Electric anti Hydraulic Manufacturing Company No C41 now pending in the District Court of the United Stntrs for tine Eastern District or Kentucky and die rected to me ns Trustee in Bank ruptcy for the Jackson Electric and Hydraulic Manufacturing Company I will us such Trustee on tho 21th day of Miiy lUOJ ut 1230 oclock P Mone premi ses of tho said Bankrupt in the City of Jackson County of Breath itt mid State of KOliluclsllI nt public auction to the highest and best bidder upon the terms here inafter named the following property of the Bankrupt towit 1 One twbnty ton Ice Plant together with all the machinery and equipment composing the same and located on said property of said Bankrupt Same will be sold as personal property 2 All that tract of land to gether with all the improvements thereon situated in the town of Jackson Breathitt County Kentucky and described as follows Beginning at the corner of M S and Emily Crnins lot said corner bearing N 59i 1118110 feet front tho corner of College Avuiuio and Broadway Street thenco with trains line S iO degrees 15 W 1h 510 feet thence leaving said Crnins line N 59i IV 11 feet to stake thence N 30 degrees 15E 121 610 feet to Broadway Street thenco with said street S f9i K 41 feet to the beginning together with all im provements machinery equip uncut and fixtures situated on said property also all poles and wires situated upon or strung along the street of the town of Jackson and County of Breathitt and any and nil franchise rights nndprivilcges granted to owned or enjoyed by the Jackson Electric nud Hydraul ic Manufacturing Company for supplvjngolcctricliiihtto the town town find coup tiTproperty in this paragraph will be sold as a whole excluding therefrom nnjrt part of said property described in paragraph 1 above and conslltui ing said twentyton ice plant a Also till tnngible personal property of the Bankrupt where evrrJcusla Tho property described in para graphs 1 and 2 above will bo sold separately rind in cach inVtance the purchaser of the property de scribed in each of the respective paragraphs will be required to the sum of Hundred pplfars executeforprice his purchase money bonds with good andsuflicientsurety for Iqunl installment thereof payable in Q 11 and 12 months respectively after the date of sale and said bonds to bear interest ut the rate of six per cent 0 per annum from the date of sale until paid und to constitute and be u lien up on tho property sold to secure the payment thereof and in the event of default in payment of either of said bonds or any pint thereof at maturity all the remaining bonds shall become anti bo immediately due and payable and the Trustees upon such default will immediately advertise said property for salo at public auction on tine premises nt such time as ho shall fix after advertising said sale for a period of four weeks in the Breathitt County News a newspaper pub lished in Jackson Kentucky raid will resell said property for the unpaid bondssuch resale if any will bo made for cash to bo credi ted upon tho unpaid bonds and tiny balance remaining unpaid thereon after applying tho pro ceeds of such resale if any tire Trustee will institute proper pro teed JIts to enforce the collection thereof If the purchaser fails to immediately comply with all the conditions of any sale hcreinabovc directed to be made tho unrjer as Trustee will immediately resell said property upon tho same terms and conditions as above set forth Tho property described in para graph 3 above will bo sold for cash and in the event tho pir chaser or purchasers thereof fail to pay for same at tine time of the salo tho Trustee will immediately resell tho same All bids will bo reported by mo for confirmation at an adjourned meeting of the creditors of said Bankrupt to be held before Ches ter Gourley Referee in Bankruptcy at his ollico in LexingtonKen tucky in the Security Trust Com pany Building on the 29th day of May 1009 nt ten oclock A M I W S HOGG Trustee in Bankruptcy NOTICE All persons indebted to the firm of 11 Haddcn Son will please calland settle with It L hidden without further notice It HADDEN SON I r = e r t 1 e r- 7ahr I 1 f atronager r liBccairso thetj Af Iieciu t the save on iron till puYnrtiilo j r1 8I3ecaii8o wo iinndlo onlytiro Bier y iffltBgcaiiBo wo fill Your Irescriptiona from tho VEKV jG1 r li5T qunlity of drills obtainable thereby pltasiirfr your doctor and nt the maitre timo Saving you Money 11 selectedrr rftfY1 orPniggists Sundrwy uiay bo had at OUItBt6ro 7 1trandt4jtnppreelate your trade no matter how little rlr Country Doctors Dont Forgot Us t J3ecaii8u yr we wills vo you money on your drugs All wet rl nek Is that you buy your next bill from us mud we will r Show you Call for the NKW Dace SFOUK and insist on finding it 1 ffij tOw RELIANCE URUA CO r i Btl t eon Tnulbeea Store and Singer MiWhiuo building f Iw JACKSON KENTUCKY H Having decided to close out my entire stock of 1IILLINERx I I invite you to come and inspect our styles andprices Beginning on 00 I r t Url 8W 19O9 J 00 I willhave a Special Sale of all kinds of Hats j VliJBateo have a line of Dress Goods and will miJC8a Specialty of Dressmaking Fancy and Plain Sewing at reasonable price- sIvIOLLJEi FIELDS 525C52S2S252S2522S1ft rn i work4ilone 1 W to himselfr1ilL infotfned about tho lcteco andlugswficutttng quality of our r111orsmu + oft re ext remcautlin taker in the proper sterilivIII v altioti of all eslsoff upstl onr iris face and f- Wif unc r it otyMeasure once the fact that hu has Jjcch well slaved Our JrentcstIi have been properly rained nnd use the 11 care in the art tin TI- rn Post Shaving Parlor 1 ONE DOOR WEST OF BAKERY JACKSON KY r ls rSLJ 2525252S2S2525E52S L72St 25252SS2S25 e J D LALLENs Watchmaker Jeweler J1 C50 KY Has for syihMat nil time1 Elgin Viililium Standard Brands of Watches Spectacles aril nil other kinds of Jewelr wotn by hake and gentlemen IIcilrlni of nil Description cnrefullglnail promptly done nt reach of every one FOR YOUR HEALTHS SAKE WINNING THE FIGHT The cause of consumption Is well known The manner In which It Is transmitted Is well under stood Methods of care and treat ment are also well formulated and recognized by physicians and san Itarlans generally Statisticians have gIven us its history and told us about Its terrible ravages and have demonstrated Its cost In dollars and cents of the nation The work of education and prevention must be carried on It only remains for the people to Insist that health bodies be supplied with funds and equipment to push the work which has been so promls ingly begun Us nwfnllj Into I remarked to my friend after nn extra long whist bout nt the club What will you say to your wife Oh I shant say much you know was tho reply Good morning dear or Bomethlug of that sort Shell say tho rest McCALL PATTERNS Celebrated for perfect fit simplicity and relUbllltr nearly 40 years Sold In ariy ererr city and town United buttl and Canada or by mall direct More told than any other make Send lor Irce catalogue McCALLS MAGAZINE More subscribers than njr other fashion nuratlne million a month Yluable Lat cst styles patterns drotroaktni ncy needlework bairdresing- etiquettegcad ro cent a ear including a tree Subscribe today or tend for ample copy WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS ealatogueoTM McCAU ItnK MW Toll 1P- r S THE NEW Jackson Orchestra I Misc furnished for all occasions As many pieces as desired on three days notice Outoftown etc THOMAS D POKTEH Mgr Post Barber Shop phone 64 W 2L PATTONtL ATTORNEY AF LAW 1- j OFFICE IN CKAWFOltD IJLDO ILb JACKSON KY DJ A full line of mens womens and childrens Shoes also the famous Emery Shoe at T 11 Heuris Jffi Stictham WATCHMAKER and JEWELER fac son All work Guaranteed Watch and Clock Repairs and Cleaning A Specialty I cater for the business of all Strawberries Green Beans To matoes Lettuce Green Onions Radishes Cabbage nnd New Pota toes at Iladdixs io ax y rv + y J o k IIt I 77 117 T g S d CRAWFORD I1 aJ1 I Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 1 1i HAY CON k OATS 1 Grass Seed Mill Feed Corn Meal Wool i6 Hides Feathers Poultry Eggs I t Ginseng and all kinds of Country Produce t I J Bought 7 I CAR LOAD JOTS A SPECIALTY 1 1t Minn Street Near Broadway Jackson Ky i HVKUYTIIING 15OUGHT AND SOLD FOU CASH I DEPEND ON 121 JSIf you depend on us we are sure that you will be Entirely Satisfied with the way in which your ofi0O tuit is your Doctors Proscription you want filled we will attend to it in a way that will please him and give you the ut- mostATISRAOTION iIfit is nn ordinary Drug Store nrtielo that is do mnmled you will get what you want for onr stock is moat carefully selected nnd in it is to be found practically any article that is over earned in a retail drug store Our stock is modern and our service to customers is ns good ns careful attention can make it Dependon us nnd your drug store buying will prove satisfactory and n pleasure to you JACKSON BItllQCOC- or Main and Court Streets It IiuaIlltsr a raIttllitl as 0tit i lJ 4vre 2ou vetting Ihpm if O- i 1 J t JJesLvatliOI W lt In merchandise YourmoneYwlII 51 j buYIi r I El CrawfordfPh you may be sure you are i i Theres no use trying you cantwi 0- a boat their goods and prices Why Because if there were any isbettergoods made we would have mthem in stock at Come in and do your trading with i ill a us and get your moneys worth l f CRAWFORD CO 0iQ This is the Question Whether it is better to keep your money in a drawer or safe and dole it out in payments of accounts and bills or to bank it and pay by check There can bqr but one answer to this bank it and check it out OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH US It will systematize your affairs teach you economy and bring you into contact with the best people of tho community Three Per Cent Interest Paid on Time and Savings Deposits JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK JACKSON KENTUCKaYI t ti L h M f 9QJIII rs 1E4I MAN FIb1 rt A NOVELIZATION OF THE PLAY OP THE SAME NAME BY BOOTH TARKINGTON AND HARRY LWILSON 00 u- tCOPYRIGHT 1909 DY AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION wa a =I The Man From Home A Novelization of the Play of the Same Name I Copyright 1909 by American Press Association This romance deals with J curious admixture of American plainness and European high life with a young Indiana girl dazzled by a tWo and in ihr clutches of a quartet of sharp crs headed by an impecunious British peer with thq girls An glomaniac brother a Russian noble in disguise an escaped Russian convict and a faithless wife and most important of all wittyfian Daniel Voorhccs Pike oj Kokomo Daniel loves the In diana girl and is determined to save her from the sharpers even 1 against her own will Read and withSbut a faced a most difficult dilemma and why he figured so promi t nerdy in an international ro mance in which heraldry war a more important than hearts am 1cupidity far more conspicuous than Ii IS feet on the desk of tile office In the Central Rank building the gaunt young mai With the stern features and the kindly gray eyes that always seemed a perpet ual rebuke to tile face In which the Were set ruminated over the letter lit held In his and Ills back was to th n1s4iCf room and which bore upou Its trans t lucent surface in ragged letters worn the polishing the glass had under jhy tie words Daniel Voorhecs Attorney at Law t himself hall a queer twist of feature a sort of whimsicality that pervaded tle very atmosphere about hIm and tln smile with which he regarded the letter he held had a world of reialnlsc nee and sadness In It As he gazed nt It the letter seemed to fade Into nothingness and In itr place there rose the picture of a day years before a day that caused till dingy walls of the office to become tenuous and gauzy and through the gauze he seemed to see another oulcc Q ramshackle sort of place with n till sign showing through the window which Informed the passerby that rea estate was the commodity dispensed within To Pike tile picture grew yet more distinct and In the broken hot torn cane chair he saw the figure of n heavy faced man In his shirt slccver engaged In smoking a corncob pipe In another corner of the room he could see a red headed boy poring over n pine table lalioriqusly copying In around hand some title deeds Then through the reaches of the past beseemed to hear the heavy laced man j remove the pipe from his mouth and q heard hint speak Dan he said Its a girl I And he heard the gasp the boy gave forth as he turned about on his sloe Show her to Dun Doll looked with startled eyes Into the kindly blue ones that glimmered Into his own A girl he seemed to hear the boy say A little girl Mr Simpson In his fancy ho saw tho big man nod saw him place tho pipe back In his teeth and extend his two palms Until they were a foot or so opart A girl Dan he heard bout so I long Dan and purtler than nil get out An shes goln to be a big re sponsibility my boy Well have to sell a heap of lots to pay what shes goln to cost Dana whole heap of lots And gradually the picture seemed to fade away and like a dissolving view its place wan taken by another the picture of n halt timbered house that stood back among some trees at the corner of Main and Center streets He I tIw By BOOTH TARKINGTONand HARRY LEON WILSON 1a toathe veranda and himself approaching half fearfully along the gravel walk that led In from the rusty sate On the veranda Slit the Mg nine with the heavy features null the corncob pipe and he heart the voice again hid ding him come up And then there was n call to some one within IInd u woman emerged with a whlto bundle In her arms Show her to Dan he heard till mans voice say and then when the woman had removed n bit of the flan eel covering from the little face and bo line looked upon It startled abashed and marvelously choking as to the throat the big voice went on again Bhes going to be Kthcl Dun that bundle of Infancy And maybe some of these days shell be getting herself In a tight place and Its going to bp nip to you Dan to help her out and youre going to promise mo that youll do Itl oy Horace tho other kid hell grow up maybe to have sense nap hell look out for himself but Its a tough place for girls Dunn mighty tough place He could almost hear the hushed voice In which the boy hind given the required promise and the awe whit which he heard that the newest atom of humanity to arrive was already motherless and then tho picture faded again TJicn came a succession of sim Liar views Ho saw tho dingy real estate office grow Into a respectable brick building and then triton handsome stone entice and the hoary featured man turn grayer and grayer and more somber and more hardworking and he could remember the day when the tiny Kthcl was brought to the oftlcc for the first time and of the manner In which she began to grow up He recalled the day when she reached the mature nge of twelve and of how be had presented to her n Ulble for n gift and of the manner In which he had blushed for nil his twentyfive years And then ho recalled the day when John Simpson had confided to him that the kids were to be given advantages and were to be sent abroad to school There came a blank after that but ho recalled as If It had been but yesterday the feeling with which he Lad gone oft Into a corner and wrestled with the grief that had beset him He could even see the fluttering hand that waved to Win from the cur window as the train look her and her brother away- Suddenly the door behind him opened and shut quickly and quick steps caused him to drop his feet to the floor He turned and found n visitor at his elbow nan sold the newcomer Its all yours Jenkins Just got n telegram tint the K and G tins derided In offer you the representation for this end of time state runt ear responded rikefaim lessly Of course Its so maul replied the other shaking him vigorously by tin shoulder Wake up cant you Its worth fifteen thousand a year to you I Pike turned quizzical eyes upon his friend and folded the letter be held In his hand Much obliged to you Tom he said I guess Im kind of upset today Got a letter here that Jolted me a little Im thinking of golug away for a spellGoing away ejaculated hits friend with wide eyes Going nwaj WhereI Ill tako a trip across the water replied Pike dreamily Al ways wanted to see those foreign parts those Veulces and Homes uud Londons Must be n queer tribe over there Tom Not much tike us plain folks here qh Lots of high and mighty dukes and carls and thlugs and coats of arms and crowns and coaches with whlto horses eh1 Toni Perkins sat down In a chair with a gasp of astonishment He stared at his friend with frank nma f meat written on his face and opcovC Ills mouth twice before his lips formid the words Kuropel he said at last Europe he replied Say Tom you remember Jim Cooley They sent Jim over there didnt they Made him vice consul or something over In London Id maybe get a chance to see Jim and talk to him about about old times Ills voice died down and bo regarded the wall again Never happened to hear of folks over hero if the name otot Haw castle did you Tom he went on I dont know what sort of business they are In tint I guess theyre well to do Never happened to hear of them eh Perkins shook his head and Pike went on- Maybe Ill write to Jima Cooley nud ask him about these people Jim M IIIlikely to know em 1 guess Vice lul must be a pretty big bug over therer J i Maw caseT asked Perkins suddenly Sort of answered Plkt quietly I dont know that Id call It Just that Perhaps the trip would be u change manIWhere does this Hawcastle live asked Perkins England Got a house ho calls Uawcastle halt What about the 1C and QV asked Pcrdns suddenly I guess the 1C and G will have to wait awhile Perkins stood up resolutely and faced hisfriendTheres something wrong with you Dun he said emphatically Theres something mighty wrung It nlnt like you to go running off this way un less theres something behind It Ho stopped for Pike was whistling softly to himself whistling tike the man who Is striving to recall some tune that Is only half forgotten Then he turned to Perkins Remember that old tune Tom h- nsketlSwcct Genevieve Get out snapped Perkins Thats n million years old Why dont you keep up to date If youre going In for music What do you care about Sweet Gencvlfve anyway I uscdto know somebody that snag Itonce lnlo said Pike quietly I used to hear John Simpson whistle It years before he died and left all that money to mo for those two kldf TOIII11l tuned suddenly and trans fixed his friend with an accusatory finger what would you think of n pmrulnn that doesnt guard Perkins regarded him rebcllloualy Depends on whose guardian ho Is j 1 ST stilt whether the guardces want him to attend to business or not If youre talking about those kids of John Shop sons Id say done about all you could be expected to Youve kepi the money together havent you Youve made It grow Youve sod Ii along regular over there What more could nay one want Maybe that Isnt enough When are those two coming hone went on Perkins Why dont the come back ind spend Johns moue where It was made at home I dont believe theyre coming bad right soon replied Pike Thing aEthel fn a big garden hat sort of seem to attract em over there It must boa mighty tine place Huh replied Perkins Whats the matter with Kokomo doa1 that gltL come bacjj Luau r and marry 1211 wide dovu Tell w that Pike smiled queerly nod Ida lies seemed to shrink lour hit shoudcrs n trifle as he thrust his hands lulu Ills pockets I guess dies jolujto marry aud settle down Tom mull rlRht tic muse slowly Frrfm what I marshes go Ing to marry one of those dukes or carls 1 was montlinlri Marry a fortlgner cried Perkins thoughtINever what what you thought Tom returned Pike Im telling you shines going to be married Thats why I guess slue wont be likely to come back to Kokomo I guess Koltomop a pretty poor looking place after summit of those other places shes been see ling How do you tno7 asked Perkins drawing his chair forward Pike lifted the letter he loud folded lip I got this from her he said slm ply Want to know whats In 1t1 Yes autwerrd Perkins I cant let you rend It but Its from a place In Italy Sorrento he went on slowly mouthing tiny unfamlllal word She says shes going to marry the Hon Almerlc St Aubyn heir tt tho ancient house of Hnwcastle And she wants to make a settlement 01 him She cant marry without my consent you know Tom If she does the motley goes to the Kokomo Orphan asylum fDoIng to pvo your consent 1 In quhed pOflt1I11 Dont kiwW answered Pike lrt got to look the young man over first I lohll Slmj sni Il alwayr look aftej tics That was when Rht co I SHES GOING TO JUIUll TIll llOY tLtflYki AUHYX I youve disgustedly 31hj promised was born He said girls sometimes got Into a tight place unit theyd deal some one to pull them out Sounds good doesnt It Tom lion Atmerle St Aubyn Must lie n member of con guess or something over there Maybo I hell bo a senator somme day I cant object Tom If hes got a show to make n good living tor her eon JSay what ds a settlement anyway You dont suppose Pre been keeping her short of money do you and sbe8 hind to borrow I Perkins shook his head gloomily Dont uskjiic he paid I dont knew about women Why Dan I thought youd mapped It out to marry Thatll to for that said Pike quickly Well not talk about that now rom Suppose you go down to Archie Toombs and ask him about Sort rento and how to get there ouch when a fellow gets there after he starts Im gong to write n letter to Jim Cooley mid get him to hunt up this Haw castle When Perkins hind gone Pike pulled open the letter and rend It once again It was time most formal of notes be ginning DenirMr Pike nnd ending Yours sincerely It contained a brief notice of time writers Intentions or rather intentions In the event of n fcrtnln contretemps that to her seemed inevitable and trusted that tho end would meet with his approval lIelIlghlll as he folded It and re turned It to Its envelope And that ends the guardianship he muttered Wonder what Im go hag to do with the old house now From n drawer In his tle k he lint d a framed picture that showed a dell cately featured girl with Ms ran eyes and a wealth rf llshf ennui hair that was lalf liMilrn by n IU garden hat Than wsU a smile nbeut the lips lint seemed vcryengagln and the muslin dress she wore hid been accentuated In Its simplicity by time art of the London photographer Pike lint pro orvjMl the ph hurt which hid been jtlvoii in him by chI Juhu Slmpfon thednytlmefore he died and u sighed an ho looked at It Tkca be lad It race down upon t- heo itU and dropped his chin Into his hand It may have boon tin hour that ho sat there aid In that time never a thought of Ills local business crowed his mind He was tiny with n fund ful picture of nn unknown city Unit In spite of his desire Htvincd to lulio on time aspects of n larger Kokoino and In his fancy ho could see a big well knit young fellow bonding eagerly over to I look Into the fnco of a girl and ho heard her call him Almorlc I Must bo a mighty tine man ho ouseltt tine big mant capture her Then Perkins came In to ask If PIke wished to call from New York for lint ro In two days time stating tIlt It would be necessary to butt e that night If Pike wished to take passage on her Ill go Tom he said Maylx youll drop In here once In awhile nod tell folks that ask fur me that Ill bo back In n 111 itfth or so Then ho sit down and wrote to Jim Cooley at London At 8 that night ho stopped iilioiird nit castlxmnd triln nml uio nest after noon was In New York Sorrcntu seemed a lung way off null Itvat upthecOXTIXtJKD NBXr IVI- RK1REMOVAL1 I have moved to McCormick near Campion Junction where 1 will continue my business of iriak ins MonumentsAND Any one wnntin nnvtliinu in my lino will plcnso write me nl McCormick Ky I will snake monthly visits to Jackson and hope nil my friends will save their orders for me it1lvii SHELl London ExWatering p ZTime was when London was a mitering place whose well If not rival pug Ilath or IlarropatP wore widely f need and frixiuiiitt l Itt hue haul t lac IffS II luw1JuWIIUhlr acre quite n number of spas Lambotli wells whkli sold wutcr fOln ifcnn1 n quart nnd gave It to the poor for n6tU Inc St Georges wells Sydcnlmir wells and Dulwlcli wells being the host known London Graphic Engines Boilers and Sawmill outfits of hilliest quality on rcn suitable terms haft nt n living price tint be had of The Husscll Co 01I Louisville Ky Wrilc for Catalogue 11 or call on II P leIens Jackson Ky y Hla Prophecy Hannibal the illustrious goncrnl rhea to despair by hs cnpinlcs 111 faken poison fill 11 had lain flown to tIle 1I111180ltI live In Ills historyITwo honorChicago j SicklyMothers comfort nnd the welfare of their children shouldnever be without n box of Grays Sweet Powders for Children for use throughout the season They Break up Cold Pure Feverishness Constipation Ieelhing Uisorderl rndnchc and Stomach Troubles TILE POW DEKS NEVER FAIL Sold by all Drug Stores 25c Dont nc ccpt any substitute A trinllJRcleI ne will bo sent free to any er who will address Allen S Olm tNt rn HV N Y par Kodol Insures good digestion by absolutely dunlicatlnR Natures normal process in perfectly dIgest- Ing all food taken Into tho stom ach While Kodol Is doing this the stomach Is resting and becoming strong and healthy A strong and healthy stomach a and active brain Tho man with a sound stomach a stomach that Is doing for tho hotly Just what Intended It to dole the man who is always prepared for any emergency Ho Is thoro with tho goods The mnn with n sick stomach Is a man sick all over When tho stomach Is irritated by undigested food tho blood nnd heart nro di rectly affected Then dullness un natural sleepiness sickheadaches vertigo and fainting spoils nnd even serious baln trouble develop I prevent these the stomach and brain When Harvard Was 1ou Harvard the first college founded in lJ3ii continued for store than fifty years to be the only collcRe It was established by vote of tine gcnciiil court of Massachusetts liny which agreed to Rive WOO toward Its endow meat Two years Inter this endow uncut wns more than doublet by the bequest of John Harvard who left halt of his property and his entire li brary of 300 volumes to the college The conditions of ndmUslon were few To matriculate It wits necessary to know so much Latin as was njuilclpnt to understand Fully rany classical author nnd to meter and upenti true Latin In prose nnd VCITO The slut dent wns rviiulrwl to be nblc to dlh clime the pnnidUtns of Orocls uinum nnd vofUs Inch clnw was 1I1lre quite to study theology In n form probably not unlike tlmt of the West minster en11 fVrnii UiHiU Everybody is likely to have Idd ney and bladder trouble In fad ncnrly everybody hnssomc trouble of this kind That is the reason why you so often have pains it the buck and groin stapling sensa tion urinary disorders etc thats your kidneys The best thing to do is to get tome of DC NVHts Kidney and Hludder Pill right away Take them for a felt days or a week or so anti you wilt feel all right In this way too you will wordI dangerous anti possible serious nilments They are perfectly harmless and are not only antiseptic but allay pain quickly by their healing properties Send your name to ii U Co Chicago fed n fret trial box They are solo here by Jackson J3 UJ Co Why Do Seals Swallow Storm f- No nature student seems yet to have discovered for what reason seals swallow stones though the fact Isn well established one Certaluly limo stones are not taken In for ballast for thin empty seals keep down ns easily us the others They are not snnllouitl fur the purpofo of grinding up toot for they are found In time stomachs c nursing pups They lire nut taken lu with the food IHMHUSO they lire In tho Btonmehs of both young rtilltlI nnd III those that live In thtop null fend on squid Yet It U evident that these things are not swallowed haphazard but nre uclMted with con fitdcntblti cure from the articles strewn along the shore nut lint a preference Is exhibit for rounded objects This IS shown by the tthat ns n rule only articled of one kind are found lu any one sells stomach 1 If you expect to get the original totalized Witch JInzel Salve vou must bo sure that it is De Wilts Carbolizcd Witch Hazel aloe It is good for cuts burns bruises and is especially good for piles Refuse substitutes Sold Jnqkon Drug Co An Intuiting Pronoun The rllurl of society ns women snake It Is very exuding the world over even in nlmhouHos The London Outlook reports n serious trouble among a set of workhouse utllelulH The Inllrnii ry nurses threo In uumber humid demnnded n vepurale sitting rooms and the delight of Sunday dinner tbcrulii and the matron lad sought to humble them by seeding the cook to enjoy her Sunday dinner In their com pony The brawny cook described what occurred ns follows Well Nurse Blank she collie down and got Inside tho door hour cov ers she says Pour Who tho fourth Jle says I says pnd with that she tosses her head and wnlkd away Here cook drew n long breath then continued If It hadnt a been Sum day gentlemen I should hare let her tiara It fur cnlllnu mo you I DeWitts Little Early Risers tho famous little liver pills small gentle nnd sure Sold by Jnckuon Drug 0IThe Value of Good Digestion Is easy to figure if you know what your stomach is worth Kodol keeps the stomach at value by insuring good digestion Kodol cures Dyspepsia guarantees sound Nature ISpurrlnc Youlyahe I to special effort by tonics and stimulants doesnt euro anything or actompllsh any good Neither docs dieting Indigestion and the serious ailments which It induces onlyIKodol supplies this natural means It performs tho stomachs I work for Itjust as tho stomach should perform Itwhllo tho stoma ach ttakes n little rest for stomachs sake thoIOur Guarantee dottarCUB1I01IlIy nodlietion urdelny We will thru nay the drur alltlnljfgliliaThlituiTrr applied totliejurpo bottle only and lu but oinTln a family The large tat nttlCentKodol Is prepared at the labora tories of E C DoWltt Co Cblceo 1 4 L1El RAILWAY fMTIVK Ares 1 IOC- SWLSP HOUND NtL 1 No a No 5 StindnyKx A M I 31 A s- 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fit 7Frozen 25ArleavesCannelleaves Jnckson nU1 00 p m M L CONLEY Gen MVr Mountain Central i Deport Arrvom Campion 11 30am PinArricnit8 00 a m Cnmpton Jun 10 05 a m 4 00 p m Campion Jun 4 40 p m Make connection with nil L E passenger ruins YOUIYIa IHIDESAND FURS ileeswaxGlnsengGolden yourhea I e Louurillejping taBs We furauh wool bass fret SONSI229E Mar IIS LOUISVILLE KY u Eggs for Hatching t Front pure bred Single Comb Brown Leghorn nnd Hose Comb Rhode Island Red Chickens Guartnntced to bo fresh and fertile Call on or writo Minerva L Ha gins Jackson Ky 3ta t i i