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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, June 18, 1909. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1909 bre1909061801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Breathitt County news: n. Friday, June 18, 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. y- t rtr 114 Best Advertising illedilun Ir DRTHITT NDADJpININO COUNTIES ass11 1 J W1sF JiAoma Editor nud Publisher A NKWSlAIER DUVOTKD 104 7IE iNTKUEaTS OF EA8TKHN KENTCOKV ONE DOLLAR PKB YEAR IN ADVANCE c cpj Volume VITT pass Jackson Kentucky Friday June 18 1909 Number 33 6 1 u W U f itt IJ IWW tVwWwa Euster8iYsaacs rRt iWe have received a ncwaiid complete stock of spring goods 2 1We have received 500 mens suits All colors 18 15 12 and 10 suits going g at half nricc S CWeo Tho Florshicm slices the Commonwealth eloce nnd Hip r Hate shoes V V t Et s 6s Wo have a big lino iLadies a M jmdrcnVsljppcrft pf wjiich wo vjll soil vcrv i lot l rfV i g We have a nice line of Ladies Skirts i- HO + r e j Wo Imvo a big line oJ dress E jto CJ 1 iIIISOURtaIOWlrice Contains4 eLadiesVhnts Gent hats Dry goods Notions Clothine f LocolI Ie Thnnkingyo far You 1 01st favors nfiir pinl to TC coive your trade for 1909 wb remain t tSincerely Yours t lLSUJr adqsI l1m Ifi ft mq T m Ifi8fv V Y V It It I0 r H C THE TOWN THATa PUSH BUILTa IXThe Foxy Shoe Dealer THIS li the shoe man who found hand the bill that went round Mono all the people who advertised Ho hired a man whose work ho prized And paid him with tho jewelers bill From the hardware merchants till Where It went when the clothing deal er bought From the furniture man which the clothier got When to him the dry goods merchant went With the bill the butcher wisely spent When his friend the grocer had settlement made With cash the honest workman paid MGRJL Tit little story tvevt told it meant To chew you clearly feat monty sprit dt home wiMtitf M all and then Return li tie caner to spend again That it if dtalert art also wise dnd do not fail to aJvertire I Mothers day oonies around i often begins early nut ends late The Narrowing IIIIIK of1romlse Nearly one hnlt the orwiof unappro printed and unreserved lund of the United States lies In Alaska nnd one tenth of the totul Is Bwiimp mid over sow land Much of the remaining do main open to settlement might ns well I bo In bleak Alaska or consist of 1m imsslbio morass for till the attraction It molds to home seekers Considera ble of It Is now n desert says u recent bulletin front Washington although Ir rlgatlon may In time redeem portions of It just as draining and drying up will render swamp areas available for till ageFormerly tho appeal used to call tbo landless back to tho soil wax offer of free land The sumo offer can bo made today but there Is a string tied to the prospect Capital IIi needed to open up to production tho virgin sell now awaiting tho settler Two JthIrd of the today In found In tho orlglnalrfblrteen states of the t 1Ulllou and In states formal from tho original area In states thero + ore abundantif4cres ripe for Intensive cultlvatlnn tnnll that menus occupation t comerstCon tIa Job I I J f xFy BREATHITT t OtJNTYNEWSIf I Town Boom IHVv Jrs lti rII 11c 1 ie1wCatiVkk r CiCcklJi itfBlta wit with ont He sal at then brchfwt table be side a sprightly young lrdy In England they stove soft boiled eggs wrapped in a napkin The young lady fumbled and the cgg fell to the floor Oh Mr Chonte she cried ihtdis may what shall 1 do r I have dropped my cog I CACKLE mydear CACKLE I Its a misity good thing to do a little CACKLES once in awhile CACKLE Rbemttyoar business about the town you are living in Let all the world now what lugood thing we have here nnd our town will growWhenever you+ have a chnnce to CACKLE about townand boom it dont hesitate iRcmcmbcr the fa tthatone came and took the egg away She thought it would be muchwiser for her to hide her nest and keep quiet about it and she did till n orgltUizedllerand he said Well that oH hen is not laying any more and I guess shejd do first rate form fricassee MORAL If you want to keep out of tin soup pot CACKLE The NlghtWrlter- Wrltcra who habitually vrBrtr nt night and all night frequently get KtratiKej nervous fancies nushyr stnC When I eau worJdll at I nor only letar bui lnra moving air put I actttully see them looking tlirnu h tho crackle tho door at met Wllkle Collins was a UnblUiaH ntpht worker until ho was frIghtcneU ut of It by thcmpiwanincaof anotbcr Vltklo Collins who sat down at tlu table with Mm and tried to monopolist tho desk There wns a fitruRgH land tho InkBCand was upsut Whuii Sthe real Wllfclo Collins came to hurculf sure enoafili tho Ink was running Aver the writing table jiroof enough offa strug gle After tljat Mr Collins gave up nkht works t T t BIG K P CONVENTION H JACKSON JUNE 22 1909 MoculH of till Order to IKS III nt- tmulllllcl1If1i1 Jlnslr = Good Speeches r1 treat for the pal He On next Tuesday tho 22nd the Knights of Pythias of the llth Pytllian District composed of the lodges located in tho counties of Breilthitt Leo Morgan Powell Parry and Wolfe will meet hero in conventionAt pm an open scsv sion till be heljj at tho College Clntpelto whichJho public is cor dially invited A spuntlidrd gram hits been ttrrat ed for this ppen sessin and promises to be afire treat to tho Jackson public At night magnificent banquet will bb served to time members of the order and their ladiw Jrlme following is the pr ml1e for the afternoon sass liich1 the Public is invited J CQd Blocs ol1ccI gliCIyi3tnd Knights of PythiaS PravorHey R L Kin naird Address of eicoiuo Judge a WloahorP61 FrnndCcheater v Star Si Hujjjiger KiMrs IUn Miss an Quartette mebthood rand ChRnce Vil II Pollard Pythian Song t Iiif lljndman rednrQwntC B ilompsoh E I Datvlqns Address Practical Pythian Work In IentuchyGrand Kccpr- or of Record and Seal Jl W Carter Soprano Solo Selected aIjj W Diillftmiltonj Piano Solo Selected Miss Jessio Patton Address Tho Power of Ben- evolenceIIon Emmett Orr President Pythian Home Boird Quartette My Old Kentucky Home Mrs Hamilton Mrs Leonard Miss Patton and Pythians BenedictionHev1 lip Cook NOTICE To nil persons that desiro to teach any school in Educational Division No 1 in Breathitt Count Ky will please file their appli cation with mo before the last Saturday in Juno 1009 as said Board will meet on that day to elect teachers in all of the subdistricts in said division C 11 GHMJM Sccy Big meeting at Highland Col lege Juno 2Tth and on Saturday before at Highland College on Puncheon Camp llev Dr E W McCorklo and Dr Guerrant will bo present also Judo Kdwrd C OWcar and ludgo W M Beckner On Sunday there will be a bnekct dinner Everybody cordially in vi Led Preaching on Saturday morning The Highland Council Jr 0 U A 1L celebrated Decoration day at their chapel near Herald last Sunday they met at tho chapel at 10 AM and marched to the grave yard near the mouth of Puncheon Camp and decorated the grave of their deceased brother Hiram Johnson The services wore conducted by Elder J D Hunter after which Judgo L F Munn delivered an address Din ner was served on the ground and although there wero nearly 500 people present nono went away hungry The services were closed nt 3 oclock after listening to a sormon delivered by Elder J D Hunter NOTICE The 1909 taxes are now due ricnso call at my ollice in Craw folds store and get your receipt BitKCK CKAWFOKD Sheriff II Girls Orphan Home at Clay City Ky The Highland Orphans Home at Clay City is ready for the Or phan girls in the mountains It is a large three story brick house btauUfully situated at Clay City It is owned by the Society of Soul Winners and supported btIood people everywhere Orphn girls between the ages of five and thir teen will be received if cligiblo Wo hope to tufts the boys later Before they UrOht we want to know the nameVrngc character health etc Orilv those who have neither father r mother will be received nt prs t itu request toa1fto Wilmore KyojWa will also thank all ministers and uunty officers to give informatis to arty such ehililren Tho Eno will clothe title to and nndme for such children forllisRike who loves them f Thercinot a better Home in Kcntujiky3tVvUe at once to lirEmv4B OUEHUANT r t it ffiWlIMOIlE KY J Whirlwind jGampaign r Thq I008scssigof the General Assembly infcbd U to provide a system tinder felt 1our school money would not to wasted and for which wo wotiTugot some ade quato results Ttlso desired to remove jroniour tote tlmu bll k blot oiIlit Btd to take Ken tuqky frytunearffo bottom of the AiuKiffeh Conimwiwcalths edu a iioiaUivupd plcc her where s4hotfllcfbo THJo laws receiv eiliUvtstipport of ai large majority or Democrats mid republicans in liilth IlouscsaJiU Nre signed by time Govcfhri l true+ Iicntu Ens desire that r at prop nt tUo a nn1c for t uriiats oftperson and property shall prevail through out our borders Hotter schools and more churches arc tho mightiest factors which can aid us in reaching this desired end Public education as the primary policy of the South presents not merely an opportunity and a duty but n policy of investment wise sacred and secure Fvery parent in the State should attend the meeting of the Whirlwind Campaign for better educa tion in Kentucky beginning June 27 and ending July 3 whore full discussion of past and present edu cational conditions will be made NOTICE The Trustees of Division F are hereby notified to meet at Winnie Branch school house theI consider applications for time last Saturday in June All come by 0 a m if possible llUtlAN FUOATE Chairman Eversole Chas M Hose of Ifaxol Green left hero last week with 75 head of cattleeFcwclothes has sold four mules lost one and has ten loft Win Mays Deputy U S Mar shal shot and instantly killed Ian iel Beard on White Oak last Saturday while trying to arrest him for moonshinintf Ed Wilson was also arrested and taken to Ucattyville for trial Chester Scale who Jot shot at I Lo lose a few days ago by Mack Howard is improving John Mason of Sugar Camp committed suicide in tho BoomilleI Jail lust Saturday ni oclock by drinking carbolic ncidl He told his brother that he had a I sore on his leg and had him to get it for him Ho had been afugi tire from this county a year two and joined tho U S Arm orI but had deserted it and on his turn had stolen threo horses nnd sold them Albert Bolin Nim I McIntosh and Chins Jett arrested him for the hcrso stealing and I lodged hint in jaiwith tho I above result llowns a son of I L12J David K Mason of Breathitt I CountyMiss Hattie Reynolds of Cow Creek is visiting Misses Brownlee and Me Golficks parents in In diana and Pennsylvania Sh will be gone five or six weeks Circuit Court will commence at Hooncville next Monday June 21stG W Garrett present Supt of Schools has resigned to take charge of the post oilico at Boone ville 0 Uncle John Reynolds of Ever sic has resigned as Postmaster u ffd Bascom Callahan will take charge July 1st We have several cases of small pox on White Oak Cliiis M Hose lost a cow that weighed 1220 pounds while driving to Winchester but was found nt Mart Garrett on Buck Creek Owslev is coming to the front by some 14 of her citizens buying I a horse German Coach for 2 800 liambric e S1 Carpenter of Lambric is improving rapidly Abie Barnett of Floyd Co passed through hero last week with over 600 sheep and a considerate numlorof catte John Rights Ii ttle baby died last Tuesday and its remains were taken to the old grave yard near Larubric Clemons Brison Fugates little daughter is verysick Mn Hell Clcmm ons is improv 1fr- yEl p1McInto shepreach hero Sunday May the goo Lord bless him in the good work Kovj tkII Hudson was here lust week talking to the boys about the nomination for jailer Farris ami Mcnefce of Owslcy have undertaken the job of sawing Capt Fletchers timber into quarter oak and have moved their mill here Clio job is supposed to cut one million feet of quarter oak besides the tiesimd other lumber This will live the boys some work to do in this section Major Wrights surveying party here states that they have killed jibout5 rattle snakes und G copperheads and are not done yet FOR TIRED EYES Looking Into Space Occasionally U Very Restful When any other organ of our body pets tired wo do not hesitate to rest It but few people take systematic rest of the eyes Yet they bchiR very sen sltlvc need especial care Women will say My eyes are so tired I can hardly seel Yet Instead of stopping Hue sowing or embroidery they stitch away In n half light with no thought of eves to follow It la nut poanlblo for every one whose eyes are weary lo stop work for a time but It Is possible for them to paise nnd dose the eyes for n few sceI onds Tide gives n needed rest to theI muscles and time habit duce CormedI will Postpone the evil day of glasses and oculists hilly Another quirk rest for tired eyes Is to look Into space occasionally Your friends may accuse you of being love torn or loonty but who cares If vision Is strengthened thereby The woman whoso eyes are on a con Btant strain will find It time well spent If she rise occasionally from her work say oncu every two hours and bathe her eyes with very hot or very cold water One must decide for herself which gives greatest relief One fa mouii oculist declares cold water foi those under forty years of age and lint water thereafter If ones eyes stay tired v slstontly the cause must be looked Into It may l c due to faulty vision and an oculist should be consulted without delay There Is no poorer economy than U fool with ones eyesight Often tired eyes come from a run down condition of the health some times from serious functional disorders One man complained for months of tired eyes but neglected It ns r trifling discomfort until too late hi teamed the tired feeling was caused by hardening of tho arteries and blindI ness was Inevitable If your eyes stay tired persistently try to keep In Rood physical condition by exercise diet and fresh air Should they still annoy you consult a doctor it once rr u IJ vex NMM J aaBNOa7 Ie I The Circulation = LEZPAPER IN THIS SECTION wr 1 gg ssasQ a ggsags = q It j MF P CRAWFORD Pres JOHN T HIkw t I J l Breathittt 1yJACKSON KENTUCKYk Capitalrour home bank owned andcontrolled f by the people of Breathitt county I afhe safety of a bank does not depend on its charter but on the management he directors direct the affairs of our institution and are men of known business ability and integrity y DIRECTORS a J 4IP GttAirriiitD CIIA TltJlRY- IAnM ERJMFUnll tk 21 HOUSEHOLD NOTES Even delicate glass can bo safely washed In very hot water if slipped In edgewise Inserts like neither salt nor alum and rnonc adheres to the carpet to keep them away Saturate grass stains on childrens pinafores etc In pnrnffln and then put Into time washtub When vegetables with roots become soft and withered slice oil one end and Iny In water tar a few hours A spoonful of sugar added to the water for basting roast beet will glvu a rich brown color ns well as a tine flavor Burning oll Is spread by water To extinguish IC throw Hour sand or earth on It The Idea Is to prevent the of spreading soapyIdmore glossy DPI carnnccand bo less likely to stick to the iron Clothes lines and pegs will last much longer It they are boiled tor ten mm utcs when new It Is a good plan to- rePkafthe b tllpg occasionally It Is an excellent plan jf you Ilroin n liotiRo to have n boasts purse down stnlrs In B convenient place so that when a little change Is needed for something you are not obliged to run upstairs for It Remember In washing tho china silk dress that best results are obtained by Ironing It when damp Do not let It dry at all on the line after It Is washed Boll it up In a cloth for about ten minutes and then iron on the wrong side Corner Rhymes Corner rhymes la a fine game and is played thus The players sit in tho four corners of a room Tboso In one corner decide upon a word In whispers Tho word must be one that has three words rhyming with It Then these players act the word until one of time other groups guesses It and begins acting one of the rhymes As soon us the third and fourth corners uess they act two other rhymes nil three corners koepfng up the acting until tluvlnat hug begun acting tho fourth rhyme word Easy words like rope two waking tho action of a sWp plus role for a thud grope on the floor In the corner uiopo with bonds hanging or faces to tho wall sonp action of washing Good words are squeeze sneeze please trees pour snore roar floor When there Is n false glOSS the players already acting suildetly stop and this Is the signal for the cveescr try again To Girls About to Marry To the girl about to marry one would leader the advice that she study her Intended victim nt breakfast It he Is one feeding like forty reject him us the direct descendant of Circes herd of swine If be Id melancholy beware 9f the abrupt curves of lily tempera 1 meat It he be boisterous and face tlous remember that un empty drllmI gives the greatest reverberation and a chatterbox at 8 oclock In the morning Is as tiresome ns n chanticleer at 3 oclock In the morning Dy LU breakfast you shall know him Handy Ink Eradicator When n blot occurs and the Ink eraser Is not at baud use a bit of the emery board which comes for mani curing the nails It Is quick o xct eflica emus but rare must be taken to work gently so as not to make a liote In the paper Von Bulows Threat So far as the audience was concerned Von Bulow always made a point of doi lag exactly as bo pleased On ono casion when a Leipzig audience Insisted on recalling him In spite of his rel pealed refusal to play again bo came forward and said If you do not atop DIlChlIltortyclht x 118 n U CxToa- n0r Lrnra CEII W KEUrnn x spa J W Fan t B C Ilynex Jnnw TIIr d let e YOUR d Jl BANK IN RETURN i 1For Confidence and patronageIslanda back of you in tyinea foodj or badit helpa ba with addition al CaPitalwhen necessary for t hour business with reference when asked forJ with advice ofmen3T trained in matters of finance I Why not make this bank thief best and largest in the City andICounty YOUR BANK withall the title impliesby opening a checking account today Interest paid on time deposits Money Loaned on Approved i Securitiest I Capital 2500000 THE FIRST NATIONALBANK OJ- f Jackson Ky P JAMES P ADAMS President J II LETTON Cashier t 1 DirectorsJJames P Adams P A M Arnold T P Card well Jr J II ITaminona a John 0 Griffith S H Stidham J II Letton Jr 1 FOR YOUR HEALTHS SAKE FIGURES THAT HURT The Indiana state board of health reports that In one year i that state lost 790 mothers be tween the ages of 18 and 45 and 425 fathers killed by consumptionwThese fathers and mothers swept s away by consumption In one short i year left behind them 2515 chil dren under 12 years of age whotwere thus deprived of parental love care and training Ordinarily figures are I a1 mighty dry reading but theserIJust given are drenched with tears calculated to stir the heart of a Itho coldest statistician to sympa thy Surely the fight that le now being waged against the greattplague must not be stopped Iwhite the fearful loss of lives each iovorcometo help the work ilqng vk f v- w Ir lI sLrf 1 i =rifjjt l t ii A + I NT t trI J flu 0 Ir d Breathitt New SI PER YEAR IN ADV ANCEIt IJWISE HAGINSIEDITOR Friday June 18 Notice to Candidates Announcements of candidates for office will be charged for ns followsFor District Office 1000 For a County Oflico 500 Except a complimentary notico given each candidate at the time no announces allcommunications boosting candidates will be charjjei for at 6 cents per line Such communications will bo treated as purely advertising matter for which The News does not assume any responsibility Cash must accompany all orders for such advertising ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY CLERK I take this means of announcing myself as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Breathitt County subject to the action of the Democratic party If elected I shall regardless of party affiliations be your most obedient ser vant ALFRED RUSSELL FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce ROBERT DEATON I of Crockcttsville as a candidate for Sheriu of Breathitt county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party Wo arc authorized to announce G T STRONG as a candidate for Sheriff of Breathitt county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce ROBERTSij as a candidate for Sheriff of Breathitt county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce- S ii FUGATE as candidate for Sheriff of Breath itt county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR COUNTY CLERK We fire authorized to nnnounc E P LANDRUM- as u candidate for the oflico of County Clerk of Breathitt county subject to the action of the Democratic partyi i FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce WESLEY TURNER JR as candidate for Jailor of Breath itt county subject to the action of the Democratic party We arc authorized to announce J II HUDSON as a candidate for Jailer of Breath itt county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce J M GOFF- asI a candidate for jailer of Breath iit county subject to the action of the Democratic party Wo are authorized to nnnounci DAN TURNER of Jackson Ky as a candidate for Jailer of Breathitt County subject to the action of the Demo cratic party SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS We are authorized to announce ED DEATON- as a candidate for the office of Superintendent of Schools of Breathitt county subject to the action of the Democratic party t Wa are authorized to announce WILLIE TAYLOR i as a candidate for the office of Superintendent of Schools of Breathitt county subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY Wo are authorized to announce JODUB W II BLANTON as a candidate for County Attor hey of Breathitt County subject to tho action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announcer L C ROARK as n candidate for County At torney of Breathitt county subject to the nction of the Democratic party sT FOR COUNTY JUDGE I take this method of announc 1 V 1 H c1J t 1I ing myselfa candidate for the ollico of County Judge of Breath itt County subject to the action of the Democratic part GREEN STAGY Wo are authorized to announce A A ALLEN the oflico of fltioryof tho citizens of this county to become n candidate for the Demo cratic nomination for the oilier of County Judge I have after ma ture deliberation decided to do so As to my qualification for the office I refer to my past record Ifelected I will give the people n safe and economical ministration of the county affairs and will work for the best interests of the people of Breathitt county 1 am Yours Respectfully J WISH HAOINS CIRCUIT COURT CLERK We arc authorized to announce W B CAItDWELL as a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party- I am a candidate for Circuit Court Clerk before the Democrat ic Convention June 21st 1909 Huxitr B NomE Wo are authorized to announce w D BACK- as n candidate for Circuit Cour Clerk subject to the action of the Democratic party Before this issue of this paper gets to many of our subscriber the Democrats will probably have selected their tick e t and if they act wisely they will have selected officers who will serve for tho next four years Lei the Democrats get together und select nominees who can win This is not a time to vote for your relatives or neighbors on account o f courtsoy if endangers the success of the ticket to be nominated on Monday What you want is 11 ticket that can win nndn ticket that can win must have merit not sentiment at the back of it Let the Democrats at their precincts instruct for the men who arc qualified to discharge tho du tics of the office which they seek and the ticket will be elected Mony of the good Republicans arc dissatisfied with their ticket but we cannot hope to receive their support unless we put up n ticket better than theirs Only those who desrves to succeedwill succeed Child Killed by Spider Katherine Degana little girl of Louisville died after a sudden and violent illness for which the only explanation is that she swallowed a spider while eating strawberries and was poisoned by the insect tier grandmother was washing strawberries for dinner when she saw the spider in the berries and went over them again and again but could not locate it While a the table the child remarked that she believed she had swallowed some tiling Ashort time later she began to have convulsions and in spite of all the doctor could do died Earthquake An earthquake in Southern I France a few hundred miles from I the terrible Messina disaster of lust winter killed over a hundred people last Friday Storm Kills Ten Big Steamer Wrecked We are oat the onlones that are haying storms these days I A tornado in Texas on Friday killed ten people The big steamer Slavonia went ashore in a storm about two miles from a little island called Flores in the Azores Iu Friday About ivo hundred passengers were taken off safely by boats which re sponded to her appeal for help The appeal was sent out on the irolcsst telegraph and reached boats n hundred miles away So again modern ncienca hitS saved many live Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the assigned estate of W D Hamilton of Jackson Ky are required to send said claims properly proven to me on or before theI 3rd day of July 10Q9 at my of Gcc in Jackson KyR A HURSTI Asaijw o pl W D II 3ULTO c L Camp Alrjonac 1 The Kentucky Evening Gazette announces its second annual outing at Camp Algonac Mich the week of July 2028 Last year 38J Central Kentucky people enjoyed this delightful outing and the Ga zette has decided to make it fin 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 reaching camp board and lodging for one week For further details of the trip addrcs Outing Department Kentucky Evening Gazette Lox ington Ky or R C Musick lo eat representative Jackson Ky LOST Ono watch open face silver case stem winder medium size medium sizo chain Finde- notify Dr n S Gardner lack Non K- yMaster Commissioners SaleB- REA1I11iT CIRCUIT COURT Ellen Splicr 1ltf f vs NotUo of tiile J M K Davis itft I- Ity virtu of a judgment nml ortlor of i ali of lliu llreiUliitt Circuit Court inadnnni ntcml In the above styled eau o at Its regular February term lOOi for tin sittii of two hundred and seventy dollar with Interest from the 20th day of Janu airy 1KM until paid and tin furtlie 10il fifteen humlrtd am furl11111SnFY and thirtytwo rents nltl Interest from tho 4th of JUJu lOOt urtll paid with a credit of SUWr II a of date of Still sale of lands to S S Taul lice towit July JOth IINKI and S lOt herein expended 1 shall proem1 to otter for sale nt tho front door of till wwrthoiiiio in Jackson Itreathltt Coln- tyKy o- nMonday June 28 1909 between tho hours of 1200 o clock m and 200 oclock p mthu following dc scribed property lying and beln h Itreatbltt County Ky Said parcels ot land art situated on Sprln Fork ot Quicksand Creek and botindeuas follow + towlt IarcelXoltllejjlnnlnprattheinterseo tlon of linn of patent no 41010 issued U ono bodndry Wilson llarnett with till toj I of tho rldjjc between Wolf len lirancl of said Spring Fork thence along sall patent lines n ft degree w 18 chains t I a corner in wild patent thence atom i Bald patent c 10 degree + u 18 chains It Iks to boundary line of patent no 11144 + issued to ono It 1 Davis thenco alonj sold patent line bearing reversed n V degrees c 4 chain 50 Iks to the bounda ry line of patent no 4iii Issued to unl Win Iively thence along sold paten I nllle1Iblnll tlltjhttllnlll1ri w 10 tthalns iO links to a cornerliHllnejand corner dent no one R P Davis thence along said pa twit n 45 degrww w 50 chain + to sail Spring Turk thence down said Sprlnj Fork to boundary line on left between land on tipper and lower Twin branch es of said Spring Fork sidtlLoxof hilt to till of ridge between er1wln branch and Big llranch of said Spring Fork thence up along said Ins t mentioned ridge between said Wolf Ion llranch and said lug branch 4hence ulniii said last me tinned rldgu to tilt of bclm 1 a 1arccl No 2 beginning nt the In trrsectlon of boundary line of piton No 410CO Issued to one it P Davis syltli top of tho ridge between said Wolf Pen Branch and 111 Quicksand Creek thenco along said patent H 42 degree w J8 chain + 50 links to corner in said patent thence slung said patent K 85 degree c 18 chains to top of last mention ed ridge thence down along gnld ridge to tlui place of beginning 1 areel No 8 Beginning at the Intern of boundary line of patent No 40181 Issued to ono R 1 lavl 1etn along said patent I 45 degrees w i rims 50 links to corner In said patent thence along said patent s 57 degrees u 20 lill 50 links to top of said thence down along the top of said ridge to time place of beginning Parcel No 4 Beginning at tin intersection of boundary lino of patent No IOiJ issued to one R P Davis with till top of sold ridge between Wolf Pen Jiramli mead Quicksand Creek thence nlongsald patent K 57 degrees o 8 chains to the tup ridge thence down nlongthotnpof Inlll ridge to the place of beginning Illrcel No 5 Beginning at the Inter boundary line of said patent No 40180 with till top of said ridge between Wolf Pen Branch and Quicksand Creek thence along sand patent s 57 du saidridgerldo to the place of Also the fallowing one third Inter forncrlyInferljllmllolllll n whole Said land Is described as follows towlt Tract No 1 Situated on Fugates fork mil Sinljlij Branch of South fork of Julokfaiul Creek begJaningatagnnunil logwood thence s aa o 2S poles o 80 jolts to a whlto oak on till between the left hand fork of this Ftigutes fork and Charles branch thence K Iii c tie pole to a chestnut oak and black oak on the 01 e 58 polo to a lack gum aniItwo chestnut oaks on the ridge H J c 50 poll to two chestnuts s 10 c lJi pole to a stake n 70 w 170 poles n 05 w ilO poise u 15 c 180 poles to the beginning Tract Beginning at the head of said Fugates fork of Quicksand Creek in the ridge at a plno near John Wll lams thence x 40 w Hill poles n 80 w 201 pole n 8 c JOO poles 8 70 c 810 mlosto time beginning containing 200 icrc Third Tract Beginning In time head hollow of leatherwood riwCkiearf Jmnltilllans house on a high nib tjieneo s 27 II 1JOpoKis n 47 w 210 polo s fl w MO H g8 u 1120 iwlw to the beginning containing 200 lIlrllI1ourlhlrull Beginning on a high knob between the head of Cat hollow liNt right hand hollow of the wild Fug ides fork and the George Iul alllol ranch at n hickory tree on a knob H U iM poln to a pine on a knob a id w 42 poles tou hickory H 58 to two chestnut oaks In nil 140pola to u stake w IS e 85 polri n CO o 100 poles n- 4D u 150 polei n 40 w 110 poles to + oo v lnnii I 8i7es- Fifth Truct BOjlnuihlltit n pine thenee n 82 II ro u 1111s n 01 vM pole n 14 a 2I U poplat and sugar tree n shnrlilt5tnnr0- above the main left linnl furkofthn said lii Qtos fork the nee down said fork UI 4J w 88 poles to u beech and sugar nil w 10 poles n 50 e 210 pohw n 15 o 800 poles thence w 2W polos to the be ginning Sixth Tract Beginning a pine on the ridge thence n 82 e n 21 w 00 polos n 01 w W poles n 14 c2l polos to a large poplar and two sugjtrtrees a short distance above the second fork of tliemnln left hand of till said FH gates fork thence down said fork njll w so poles to a beech and sugiir n 14 w 10 poles s COw 110 PUll K 80 t 280 Polo thence o 80 poles toho begin nlng Seventh Tract Bejrlnnlng40 jole up a small left hand rocky tlmlu nf Kugates Fork near theuppcremlof Henry ants Held at an elm lynn trees thence 81 u 81 poles to a while oak on the ridge e 24 poles h 71 c 88 poles to a white oak n 80 e 41 polo to a dogwood sugar tree and hornbeam and beach near the mouth of n right hand fork of Iealh erwood thenco s 05 w 150 poleii 28 c lOll poles to 1111 beginning Eighth Tract Beglnnlngat chest 10ra on 82 pole5 to an oak mind chestnut on the ridge n 5G c 00 poles to a Ides ory and white oak on tilt ridge n 18 w 02 poles to a pine on the ridge thence w SO poles liesNinth Tract Beginning at time ridge thence s 05 c 40 pole to u hickory on till ridge n 78 u 82 to an oak mid chestnut on the ridge n 50e 71 poles to III hlo cry and whlto oa n 18 a 02 pole n pint thence 6 150 poll s 20 wv 280 poles s rnw IfiOpole n 87 w 100 poles to u sta c and corner to a survey made for R 1 DaU n 12 c 100 poles to the beginningSaid third Interest In said Tlbed property will bo sold at IlIIhlllI mutton hest bidder tho live parcels dvscrllxl herein will be sold eatt credit of six months and the nine tracts described herein will be sold on n credit of six and 12 months In ciiual Install I rlllulrI I with approved security htlrh1glnhr1IItrain date and havliu feet of a Imml and ifllen will be PloPrlMuhluntlland cost Is all paid Bidders must be prepared to comply promptly with then terms J W CAIIHWKII M C II Cli DEMOCRATIC CON VENTION CALL At a meeting of the Democratic Committee of Breathitt county heldat the court house in Jncfcson Ky on May loth 1909 Present F P Crawford Chairman and the following committeemen S E Patton V B Curd well folic Uyatt Blaine Short I Lrerrr 1 Sato Spicer John B Lewis Wi L Clair Mist Liuidrum S H Roberts Ashford Joseph Sewcll Williiims Jero S Taulbco and lames Millor OnmotiotiRf Icy uiiioec a inn s nl etins a t Democrats of Breathitt is called to be hold on ntulClnyjune t if Six rd you iL the can And of course if nog long enough brings on seri ous diseases In which Kodol cannot benefit you Some of tlicso there is no help for at nil There are In very tow aliments which cannot be traced di to blood im pure blood Is duo to disordered stomach Uso Kodol and Na tore to secure completo restora of good digestion It docs this by at onco digesting all food In tho stomach and it digested until tho sto ach Is null can resume its own work ilpl removes tho calseand the quickly jcmovos When It U that Apo jilcxy Heart DUoare Cnncor and even Consumption are duo to poor digestion and thus transmitted to tho blood and throughout the system the Impor of good discs 10th in09 nt 1 oclock p m It the respective voting places illI each of the voting precincts to otjtendaclIson1909 at 1 oclock p m for the of nominating Democratic candidates for tho various county ollicos to be voted for at tho November election 1909 towit County Judge County Court Clerk County Attorney Sheriff Jailer Cononur Surveyor Asses sor Circuit Court Clerk and County Superintendent of Schools The basis of representation in said convention shall bo one vote for each 25 votes mid one vote for ouch fraction over 1ft votes cast for the Democratic nominee for President at tho last Presidential election Under this bais end precinct will be entitled to tho fol lowing votes viz Jackson No1I- I votes Jackson No2 ti votes Jackson No3 2 votes Frozen 2 votes Crawfords JJ votes 8 votes J B Lewis vote Crock ettsvillc 5 votes Georges Brand BllclIil- votes War Creek a votes fetal number G2 necessary to choice In fraction over III votes v IEneh precinct shall be represent ed hnt least one delegate for each vote said precinct is entitled 1to Said precinct meeting sloth be culled to order by time precinct chairman and the Democrats pros i out shall elect n Chairntnn win- j shnll preside over the meeting am also Secretary who shall keel I the proceedings thereof which shall bo signed by the Chairmm and Secretary thereof Democrats present shall se ITho many delegates as the pro entitled to and may in I struct them to votetor such eon didiUes as they see lit for any or f nilof time oilicos above named All Denwcrntsvice will bo en titled to n vote nt the November election 1909 shall be entitled tr vote in said precinct meetings The Brcnthitt County News is ordered to publish the proceedings ourIIfands this May llith 1000 F P CuAWKonn Nfl sL Chairman SKWBM WIUIAMS Secretary I j J2J J I f For Sale I t t JJijij ACRES inI 1 IAIDI HI JII t IILt i LAND f On Sulphur Forkof Frozen Creek f ffirQctlhiti County I This land is underlaid with the finest i coal in Kentucky surface is rich and isoil very fertile Will sell surface and min Ioral separate desired hundred acres it is under cultivation and there are several i h houses and other buildings on the property I For full particulars maps etc aU so prices and terms apply to the Kentucky Lumber Veneer Co Jackson Kentuckyr jL rYlYlr H c r sal rl as I I Surprising What Kodol Will Door when you need But longer neg ject Indigestion the more you will before Kodol restore Good Digestion indigestion looted fact rectly impure And always a prevent Nervous DyspepsiaKodol effectually assist n tion keeping rented Kn effect itself recalled poisons ncu maintaining purpose Terry a u The We know what Kodol would do before ever tho first bottle was sold If wo did not know Just what It will do wo would not guarantee It the way we dolt Is easy for you to prove Kodol the next or tho first time you have an attack of Indigestion And you will certainly bo surprised at tho results It is perfectly harm lessThere can IMS no harm In trying something that may do you a great dent of good when It costs you nothing if It doesnt Our Guarantee Go to ln ITIII l tf 1171011gl doli tar bottle llItn utter TIIII pare ned tin Mttlre cuntcnti pf the buttlr If you eta uudli1I0u or drll1 r We will then pay the ilmir glt tar the Utttle Dout hrillatr all IruvgUI know that our guntantee Is goof ThU oiler appllrn tu the large tattle only Stud to but one In a family The large but tle contain ti time aa much an the 11117 cent bottle Kodol is prepared at tho labora CoChlcliOI I I l tw kes l Hil m is Fs1sfsesliisa4stsrtrslati Hi l y wl 7i j FLOYD DAY l rtH 1 SAMUKI IIIAIlr CimhUr Fr P P VitA WIOH Vim llCIotigi ni P DAVIS Acting CusliUr W S HOPJKK AtIt Cntli 10ilQ s v II tItI tit II IItfI 1I0w OLJR- IBANK1M6 M I MEJHODS m 1 ISI 8 ARE SATISFACTORY m a a To a large and growing clicntilc Ifr t you are not already in this num S her why not open an account now aa Call in and talk the subject over with it I us A call will entail no obligation 6a t Wont you try and see aaa 0 PAIDUP CAPITAL and SURPLUS 2735000ici I Jackson Deposit Bank Q 0 iJackson Kentucky 1 ooa 51otaauaaaaQi ao iCHvaiitiiHH ifam- U y The SouthernM KyOFFERS VERY lRN ROUNDTRIP flatesfi To Arkansas V Indian Territory Louisiana Oklahoma c Texas Tickets 011 sale the first and third Tues days of each month Apply to any Southern Ry Agent or write- A R COOK D ALOUISVILLE Q Cq tUK ANJ SUIUItOXfl V OJTIOE 111 DICKSOV lJ ft CUUVKOUD mrilDIMI Iftv j IIIC IIrqRa as52S2cS2S2525a S25cSE rnDIt O 11 SUASOO 1iivsicuv AND Suiiniioy fitU l rntri252S2SC The Blue Grass FarmerKD1TIDN OK TUB The Lexington Herald for 75 CentsFor the nUXt three ngrlcnltllrnlFill out tit tyirtFarnuredition f Signed Postol1icof I IJo li l Ni ni il t i o w n t it n tWf ir eo I arCO1tlaa i l INSURANCE IIIali 118 a STOCKS AND BONDS 1 4ftr LOANS NEGOTIATED o- g ft SJ AGENCIES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL TJWNS f 0 i a f aaWant Live Energetic Men to Represent Us gin Unoccupied Territory aa0 Address All Communications to the Com 6t t 0 pany at Beattyville Kentucky tQ C s3Jc1s VhQQli h rQw1OOlQf1t- G n The Breathitt News J WISE HAG INS EWTOB CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAR I PiilillHlitMl Hvcry Friday I Come to the Ball game Saturday I DuiXK WAINSCOTTS HOXA KOLA John IL lllnnton ofJiliimbric wets henron business Iwsdny Meet mo nt the Halt fork Satur day Six burs Lenox Soup for J5c u T II Mouris1 4i 0 II Pollard of Lexington was I hero tttUMidinu court this week Mutt Spencer of Onkdale wns I ire on business Thursday Morton Joseph of Lumbric was t here ou business Wednesday Lets all KO out and root for our boys Saturday Nathan Pel fry of Calla vus hero Thursday on business Warren Fletcher of Lexington is visiting his father dipt F W t Fletcher George C Spuuglcr wife and son of Macon GIIfIlro visiting his sister Mrs A 11 Patton Ed Callahan who was so serious ly wounded last Mondlla week ago in rapidly improving ouster a IsaacN will be glad to show you their line of shoed es J pcoially the Florshiem Miss Kmmu Turner is visiting her sister Mrs Nellie Cornell at Hazard this week Mrs w lr Norlhcutt of Valley View was visiting her sister MM T T Cope- Ilozekial Combs is visiting r friends and relative at Hazard y this week Dry salt Hacon the best cured Hams and all kinds of rush vogc 41 tables and fruit at T 11 Bctirib A 11 Stamper visited his fatal ly at Campion from Saturday till Tuesday K P Litndrum candidate fort b County Court Clerk was hce on business 4 hiuvdny- MMl Louise Spencer of Oak dale was visiting her sister Mrs G W So well the first ofthe week We are selling out our summer hints under cost Como and look for yourself Cope k Wooton j1 Wm Strong of Athol was tak en to Le in ton where ho was operated upon for nppendicitis Miss Ruth 0 Terry of Turkey way hero today visiting the ox aminations and her cousin Chas Terry ekr t Do you want some good candy If so call at MM lays and McIntosh I restaurant also at Reliance f Drug store t I Mrs W D Hack was visiting BrecktI nt week JUST AUUIVKD An attract lot Midtsummor styles in fashion tibia millcncry LITTIK OKIK Wm Jett has moved into his new residence on Fast Main Street which is one of the handsomest in I town t Miss Sarah Creech who has been attending school at Ucrca st three months return 1pat week Bennett Park who recently re turned from School at Danville has accepted position as compos itor in this ollicc 4 We are surprised to findsuch remarkable values as are offered f the 5 R 10 cent store of Little a Oelze Regular 25cent goods are to be found for 10 centsI fCnllt II Collins left 11 Monday morning for Omaha Nebraska to visit his daughter Mrs I T lilegle Ho will bo away about two months G W Colley will conduct his business hero at the same stand till he returns MM Margaret Lyon accom panied by her daughter Mrs II L Kales and her sons Archie and James Bales are visiting her son Judge A F Lyon Miss Nancy Hegley has fresh candy on sale at the days mimic Mclntojh restaurant also at lie liancc Drug store Everybody go buy and eat to your hearts con tent On last Sunday afternoon while toying with n 22 pistol Robert Palmer accidcntly shot himself inflicting a slight wound Dr Gibson was called at once Tin bullet being taken out five inches from one bullett hole to the other lie is slowly improving it is hop aeonsKizcr Wilson lists been appoint ed lattice of I he Pence in Magisterial district No Ho succeed J C Hurst resigned Ho was np pointed and commissioned by the Governor over the protest of nudge Taulbee who recommended S E Taulbec of Tanlbcc for the va cancy Thos 1 Tarry of Jettn Creek after graduating from the Normal Department and completing his first years work in the College De partment at Hcrea College return ed homo last week Toni was ap pointed as one of the examiner here in the County Kxaminalioi mind is hero today performing his duties John Houndshcll son of George Houndshcll of Frozen Creek died Saturday after an illness cf about two years ills remains were buriedat the Jones farm on White Oak Sunday in time prnxenco ofa large crowd of his friends and relatives Floyd Day hits sold to A II Hargis his storehouse and lot and also the Hargis storehouse tutu lot including tho James Ilurgis resi dence which ho recently purchased from Mrs Louellen Hargis widow of James Hargis Robert Marcum died suddenly at this homo of K F rnwordlit OnkdalOf Monday night of con sumption lie was buried at the Koone Crawford grave yard Wed nesday the funeral being conduct ed by ludgo JJF Mann in the presence ofIt largo number of friends All the applicants for Teachers positions must apply before the district board of their district on the last Saturday in Juno or they will bo debarred front teaching in this County for this year Mrs Polly Hollon of Elkutawa died at her homo Tuesday after n lingering illness of rheumatism Her remains were buried Wed nesday at the old Hollon grave yarn near Beech Grove on the Middle fort She leaves a hus band and several children The Special Grand Jury which was organized lust Friday continu ed in session till Monday evening when it adjourned to meet again Thursday in order to givo the Sheriff time to Jot in the witness es They assembledagain Thursday but up to this time they have not returned any indictments W B Curd well is the foreman Little Oelzo have in a new line of milencry that will interest our women readers and from the low prices considering quality their sales will bo large The family of Miles Terry takes this method of thanking their many friends for the kindness and assis tance shown them during the lust illness of the wife and mother Mrs Lounum Terr- yKashWhite Kelly Kash of this city and Miss Nell White of Irvine were mar ried in the Phoenix Hotel parlor n Lexington Tuesday afternoon lit 2 oclock liev J II Wilson cllicintinir Several of thin friends of the bride fad groom were pre ent The uroom is Common wealths Attorney of this district 1foul the bride is the daughter of Th0ncouple after taking their bridal tour will reside hero Mrs Lourana Terry Dead Mss Lourana Terry wife of Miles Terry of Turkey died last Saturday of paralysis She was stricken about ten days before her death Her funeral was conduct ed by trey L F Mann after which her remains were interred in tho family burying ground She leaves n husband and nine children ono of whom is Charles Terry of this city She was ClI years old and was a daughter of iKiisha Johnson Sr amiill sure vived by live bothers and two sis I tern She hnd been a consistent member of tfio church for 47 years and died in the faith She wits loved by nil her neighbors and ncj quaintances and her funeral was attended by the largest crowd over i seen in that neighborhood Font SLrOne secondhand I typewriter cost 10000 newl price 5000 Another iver at 4000 New Oliver on easy terms Typewriters bought Hold and exchanged W II Oitrr- LICENSESMARRIRGE The following marriage licenses have been issued since our last publication Seldon Hays of Loot Creek and Miss Mstlicr Hcnslcy of Canoe Robert Turner of Shoulder Blade and Mss Martha McIntoshof Canoe 1 STOP AT THE THOMPSON dlro1 H Thompson has taken charge of her hotel which had been rented for sometime It has been thoroughly renovated papered and painted throughout and being the most centrally located and well shaded it is now the coolest and most inviting lintel in Jackson The beds are absolutely clean and she will set the best table in Hast ern Kentucky Rates reasonable and services unexcelled Master Commissioners SaleB- llEATimTCIKCUITCOUHT I George Craft by etc PitTI vs Notice of Sale John Craft et III Defts By virtue of a judyemnt mind I order ofsalgof the Brcathitt Cir cuit Court made and entered in the above styled CIIU Cat its reg ular May term 1909 I shall pro teed to otter for ale at tho front door of the Court House in Jackson Ky on Monday June 28th 1909 between the hours of 12 oclock m and 2 oclock p in the following described real property lying and being in Breathitt county Kentucky and bounded and de scribed as follows First tract on time Twin branch of Quicksand creek beginning on a beech and dogwood on the left hand fork of time lower Twin branch it bein the beginning coi ner of a patent No 70I12 made in the name of Icxekiah Webb and at P B WhittnIerR line thence with the line ofalrici j patent n 10 c Ii20 feet to a corn er of saute thence with tho line of same n 13 o lJJO feet to anoth er corner of said patent then con tinucing with the line of same n 50 w tttJOO feet to a stake at anoth or corner ofsaid patent then on with the line of said patent 8 155 wI WO feet to where it intersects with patent No 88065 thence with the line of said patent 3SOG5 n 45 w 540 ret to another corner thereof thence continueing with said line s 15 w 3JJOO feet to another patent No 38005 s 45 w 3300 feet to a corner of same thence with said patent lino No 38005 s 45 e LSGO feet to another corner of patent No 38005 thence with said line a 80 e 040 feet to n corner in same thence continueing with said line n 45 e 1690 feet to where it intersects with the line of patent n 37999 issued in tho name of Hczekiah Webb then with the line of same s 40 e 14GO feet to P B Whitak ers line thence with said Whittak ers line mind the top of tho ridge to opposite the beginning thence down the point to the beginning Second Tract Also part of a patent No 37108 issued in the name of lIe elduh Webb beginning on top of tho ridge at Gran ripe Nobles line thence with the line of said patent No 37998 s too 120 feet to a corner of same thence with saidiat ent line n 40 e 1J520 cello anoth er corner of sail patent thence with said patent line n 45 o 1320 feet to a corner of same thence with said patent lino n 40 w 510 feet to said Nobles lino anti with his line to the beginning contain ing in all 534 acres by survey Said ono eighth undivided interest being the interest of George Craft in tho foregoing described two tracts of hind will bo sold to the highest bidder on u credit of six months and the purchaser will bo required to give bond for time purchase price bearing interest from date and n lien will bore served in said bond on the one eighth interest sold until the all purchase priceinterest and cost i fully paid Bidders must bo prepar ed to comply promptly with these terms This 11th day of June 1909 J W Ctltvw ELL M C C C Every pleasure is acquired at tb cost of suffering The price of Tea pleasure Is paid lu advance for wrong pleasure one page after Jona Foster J 5 J N G j r la TOE RELIANCE DRUG CO r r jjCertainly deserves your patronage m 1 Becauao wo absolutely Guarantee Satisfaction 2 Ikcnuso we save you money on EVKUV article l UlleCnI1BO wo handle only tho UKST h- l lBecahIBe wo fill Your Prescriptions front tho VKIIY yourrr doctor and at tin Fame time Saving you Monuy 5 Because our line of Drugs are utmost cardfully selected both as to Quality and Variety ll UBeeanse AMY Drug Patent Medicine Toilet Article t ior Druggists Sundrey may be had at Own store Because we sutra you Now I nut in a minutoj and r vlnpprociute your trade no matter how little r m Country Doctors Dont Forget Us r Because no will save you money on your drugs All wo 1 ask is that you buy your next hill from us UIIJwo willr Show you Call for time NKW Dnuo STOKK and insist on fiudIUgit RELIANCE DRUG CO j hr- I Between Taulbeos Store and Singer Machine building i JACKSON KENTUCKY t b S525252 BsaSS5Z52S252 ES2 62525s252s2S2s25eS225o Messsage Treatment rn Removes the obstruction which closem the pores of your skin Closed pores means pimples and splotches which ir- ritaten and look so bad workrnOur artists are trained to do the n just right fi Ladies will find our preparation just n the proper article to restore thatsmooth velvety complection they once hadrnPOST SHAVING PARLOR n Ro la H How ard Prop rn a s2sZ525as5225cS52555u cS1I 2525252525 525 McCALL PATTERNS Ctlehntcd for perfect fit timpUclty an- retubiily nearly 40 years Sold In newly every eilyand town in the United States and or mall direct More raid than catalogueMcBxLLsStore subicribera than other fashion magazine million a month Invaluable Lat sal drettmakinR millinery plain aewtngfanry needleworktalydrecsing eltquette 1IIDrin etc Only tO cents a patternSubscribeWONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS to Agents Postal brings premium catalogue and new cub prile otTers Address THE UrCALL CO 533lI15 W Iilh SL NEW YORK NOTICE Notice is hereby given that all persons indebted to the Jackson Electric hydraulic Innufactur lag Company for limits must set tie on or before Juno 21st lt09 legal proceedings will be taken to enforce the pay raiment of same VrTEU S 1 1 ouo Trustee in Bankruptcy D L ALLEN CO Jewelers Successors to S D Fleenor We have bought out the entire stock of the S P Fleenor Jewel err store and will still continue to do business nt the old stand Come and see us will sell anything in the Jewelery line New goods constantly arriving Repairing n specialty The oldest royal house lu Europe Is that of Mecklenburg It traces Its descent from Genscrlc who sacked Homo In A D iM FOR YOUR HEALTHS SAKE KNOWLEDGE IS LIFE Much of the misery and luffe- lling In the world Is caused by Ig norance Many of the epidemics of disease that have killed tens of thousands of human beings could have been prevented If only the people had known what was necessary to be done to prevent them Knowledge then Is more than power life Itself yr Jt should be quite clear then trial If people will only take an Interest In matters affecting their health and try to find out what to do to keep well there will be much less sickness and of course fewer deaths The one discour aging feature It that In every community there are always a few who will not be taught evens by the forceful lessons of expe rlence and these unteachable people are a source of danger Health officials have thlr greatest troubles with people who will not be taught how to properly protect either their own or their neigh cooperatlngi 2Caliber lejJeolintl1ifle t d- rLodelIP20 The safety comfort and convents ence cf the ffarui solid top clued in breech and side ejection features Iate combined with the quick easy manipulation of the popular sliding fereend or pump action in the new Model 20 TKarO rifle In rapid fl rlngthe real test of n rep- esterthe Jan solid top It alwaya a irotecuon nod prevents moke nod Gsoblowing bock Ilhe elected hell It never thrown your rice or eye und never- Interferes with the elm lbr threrml to ronr h n 1 and helps quick cperutlcn p- It handle the short long and lonerifle cartridge without change In adjustment + and the deep tiallardrlfllncr arantee th t accuracy making It the anent little rife In i the world for target shoo tna and or al small come op to ISO or 204 y rui t For fulltleic irtlon of R- all Rf trri tctalfar 3 stamps rostaee I I 7 7aGnRrearrr Co 42 Willow Srott HEW riVCf CCT The Earths Crust The solid crust of the earth Is nbout tWentyflVL miles thick nnd It floats upon n denser substratum which Is fluid or nt toast nlnstle The crust of tins earth may therefore be compared to an Ice llrj resting on the ocean and the mountains to Icebergs liabedded In It Just ns nn Iceberg floats with onlj1 a small proportion of Its hull above time surface of the water so the hlllc ns we know them are merely the rests of huge bergs that float qlmost wholly submerged lu a denser sub stratum Captain Crastcr In New Quurtorly llevlew A full line of mens women and childrens Shoos also the famous Emery Shoo at T II Hcuris 8il tidham WATCHrUKER and JEWELER Jackson Jfy All work Guaranteed Watch and Clock Repairs and Cleaning A Specialty I cater for the business of all flrlN 1 i S J CRAWFORD Jut t I y m Wholesale and Retail Dealer inIt lIIf 9 l1 4lid Meal Wool w Hides Feathers Poultry Eggs X11 Ginseng and fBoughtfa CAR LOAD LOTS A SPECIALTY If 4- fa Main Street Near Broadway Jackson Ky i ifEVliltVCITING BOUGHT AND SUED FOIL CASH t1- t t r 4 I o1zIIUS t rIf you depend on uswe are sure that you will bo Entirely Satisfied with the way in which your wants will be taken care of oo If it is your Doctors Prescription you filled t we will attend to it in Iwnntwaythltt will please him aud give you the ut- mostSATISRAOTION a i If it is an ordinary Drug Store article that is detmanded you will get what you want for our stock is most carefully selected and in it is to be found practically any article that is over carried in a retail drug store Our stock is modern und our service to customers is as good as careful at tentiou can make ithon us your drug store buying Iwillprove satisfactory mind a pleasure to you I JACKSON ILIIQ 1 Cor Main and Court Streets p iah M o ili F fi 4JfiI iF i Sest Value 1 n a- ca s to In merchandise your money will F buy l Crawfordi cF you may be sure you are f fWiprices Why Because if there were any 4 better goods made we would have i them in stock J J withit isi us and get your moneys worth Ct tFi a i 1i- CRAWFORD COAF f- i IF aJACKSON KY I w Qw o wa o 1 rrss as arsritimes r I J t a 1 i ti Q1jL H I I This is tile Question I 1nndand pay by check There can bo but ono 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 tho best people of tho community Three Per Cent Interest Paid on Time and Savings DepositsIJACKSON DEPOSIT BANK I LIACKSON KENTUCKYir tt italtt aw- t = 0 7 o CO rrrIc ij r CJrv i D r4A NOVELIZATION OF THE PLAY OF THE SAME NAME BY BOOTH tARKINGTON AND HARRY DJ WILSON COPYRIGHT 1000 ny AMERICAN PRESS AS6OC1ATION + CHAPTER TilE I1II I T fiE clatter without continued tin nbatedand Ethel nnd thecouut CBS walked back to the termer rampnrt to stand looking out I over the glorious bayIHorace still lu the seventh heaven of delighted realization took the Daily Mall from the table on which the carl had thrown It and seated himself to rend beside Lady Creech who was alI ready deep In the Church Iteglstcr I Tho earl had burled himself lu the 1al i OblJIlousI I Au S1JIlsON condition of nerves the uproar was ag gravating nnd lie called to Mariano who was busily setting the table again Mariano how long h this noise to continue Tho maitre dbotcl shrugged his ex pressive shoulders and replied How can I know mslcu We can do nothing I cbletlsmllldpart so long as there shall be the chance once again to observe the North American who pulled the auto mobile with the donkeys Morel cried Mariano with rIgor He have confuse me He have con fuse everybody He will not be con tent with the dejeuner until he have the ham and the egg and be will have the egg cooked upon but one of two sides and how In the name of the heaven can we tell which of these two sides Mariano was about to continue his grumbling complaint when from the doorway of the hotel there came an In terruption The courier who had spoken with him earlier In time morning stood there and voiced but one word Gnrconl he said softly Hut It was like the command of n cavalry officer in Its effect for instantly the maitre dhotel and his aid stood at attention like trained veuwms The earl evi dently was not fc o deeply Immersed to catch the uddcn sllonco for he looked up from his paper and obsorrcd Upon my soul Whos this 1 Mariano did not turn his bend nor relax his attitude of stiff attention but answered obsequiously It Is the heir von Grollerhagcn German gentleman milord IIII Hawcastlc turned with an smile to Horace The man who owns the Probably made a fortune lu sausage From within the hotel there came time tones of a heavy though cultivated voice declaiming quietly NTein neln RIblerel S roach melts Ana instantly there came aown tae steps the German gentleman aforesaid He was tall and of a commanding presence He wore a grayish bearc and an automobile cap that half con cealed the eyes that burned with the authority of generations beneath Withal It was a kindly face and though there was a stern command In the figure there was genial humor and even tenderness too Uy no au I thority could ho have been considered well dressed Ills clothes seemed rath er to have been thrown on negligently The little party at the table regarded him with hostility and Lady Creech turned up her aristocratic nose What a dreadfuTpcrson she said and turned again to her paper The German walked sedately across the terrace to the table where the two servitors still stood at attention and lifted his hand In a curt half military salute In acknowledgment of their bow See to my American friend he raid JTJMlt tl ttrribltperionj Ifmarked r f Lady Creech again and Hnwcastlc bunt toward her- Undollhtedly but he speaks Bug llsli So Iw careful So many objectionable people do commented the crusty dame Hcrr von rollerhnguu turned sail ingly to Mariano My American friend desires his na tional dish- Mariano bowed Yes Herr von Clrollerhagcn re plied Mariano deferentially lie will have the ergs on but one Of two sides and the ham fried so lie go to cook It himself Von GrollerhnBcn smiled when from without the gates conic a shout of amusement and wild laughter Marl LH MISS CIGl1OHit automobile ana Instantly bowed nnd ran toward the hotel Hal he said eagerly He return from the kitchen with that national dish Mlchelc emerged from the hotel walking backward and parrying a coy ered dish while Ethel turned with a little shudder of disgust to the countess How horrible she said and time Frenchwoman patted her shoulder reassuringly Immediately following the scrvltot came Pike tho same self possessed Pike clad In a linen duster and n straw lint that was decorated with n bright ribbon If there was anythln distinctive about him It was his scar which was of that type known m Windsor and much affected by artists In the east nnd every one in the west lIe carried a towel with him nnd dropped It In one hand as he glanced about Law he observed startled but amused I didnt know there were folks here Reckon youll have to ex cuse me Here son I he called toss- Ing the towel into Mlcheles hands and walking over to the table Hawcastle Lady Creech and Horace stared unbe lievingly Ethel Odd her fare with an other little shudder as Pike wlthou removing his dust coat sat down oppo site the German You are a true patriot laughed Von Grollerhagcn You allow no pro tune hand to cook your notional dish I trust you will be ns successful with that wicked motor of mine Pike laughed heartily Lord bless your soul doc Ive put a self binder together after a pony en gins hind bucked It halfway through n brick depot said Pike genially tucking his napkin Inside the collar of his shirt and falling to on the ham and eggs At the table where sat the Hawcastle party there were expres sionnof pained agony You have studied mechanics at time university then went on Von Grol lerhngen Is It not soj University returned Pike Not ranch I On the old mans farm Hnwcnstle turned at once to Horace Without any disrespect to you my dear fellow what terrific bounders most of your fellow countrymen are Horace mentally writhed wader the veiled taunt but turned quickly with an assent in effect Do you wonder that sis and I have emancipated ourselves he naked mid the noble carl with a softened glance as ho thought of the dollars replied blandly Not at nil my dear hey and turned onco more to his paper- Yon Grollerhagen glanced at the three with slight amusement and held out the caviare to Pike Can I persuade you to try one of my national dishes he askroca viareCavlaro replied Pike Ive heard ot It but I thought it was Russian It Is also German answered time othen recovering himself from the start he bad given Will you not 7 Daniel looked him straight In the eyQ quizzically u I Id never get Into the legislature ogatn If any of lime boys heart of It he remarked but I guess Im far enough from home to take a few chances Quite slowly and hesitatingly he placed some of the caviare In hU mouth and then turned n vacant and pained look upon the German The latter smiled and observed quickly You do not like It I am sorry Here A taste of the vodka will de troy the caviare Mariano quickly tilled a glass and passed it to Daniel who seized it en gerly This time he sat bolt upright In the chair and exhibited real dis tress Then he quickly seized another forkful of the caviare and ate It hur riedly nut 1 thought you did not like the caviare said time German Daniel breathed quickly for an in itnnt and the flush died from his face That was to tnko away the taste of he vodka he said weakly and Yon Jrollerlmseu lifted his head and laughed heartily- I lift my hat to you my friend lice said and pjko looked at him cpnlallr lOU never worked on a farm aid you doc he asked and the German admitted that such n pleasure hail been dented him I guess thats rlsht went on Dan lei reflectively Talk about thugs toI drink Harvest time anti the women folks coming out from time house wltU j a two gallon jug of Ico cold butter mill Horace shuddered convulsively and Yon Grollerhagen asledIYou still enjoy those delights Not since 1 moved tmp to our county seat and began to pactce law ten years ago Pike answered Things dont taste the same in time city Then you do not like your city Like ltd Why sir for public build ings and architecture 1 wouldnt trade our stato Insane asylum for the worst ruined ruin lu Europe not for hygiene nnd real comfort And your pcoplQ The best on earth Why out my way folks are neighbors Horace rattled his paper sharply and glance angrily at the disturber of his harmony The German wont on But you have no leisure class IK objected nnd Daniel smiled Weve got a pretty good sized eel ored population he replied The Gorman lifted his hand protest Ingjy I mean no aristocracy no groat old families such as we have that go back to the middle ages Pike laughed serlously If one might Imagine such a thing and returned hrv stoutly Well I expect If they go bactrttftV far they might just as well sit down Removable and Interchange able Platens Reversible Tabulator Rack 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