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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, July 16, 1909. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1909 bre1909071601 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Breathitt County news: n. Friday, July 16, 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. Iir t+ If 9rti 1JEp7tt71 1a i I ir ti g Medium l f The LargcSCirculAion R 9ECT10NatjY I iMIJl yJ j I r1I4 t 4 J Wql HitaA I 1 or Alf Pnblishort A eallezg Li EAs T it 1CIJITQO6Yr ONEDoLr1C XnitJlARINADVAfO J fZ r J if h f wLb ia 4 j I 1 ohme IJ or u j Ifa fri A I J 09 t1 It 1 Number 37 r y f fflM L r o WJ zrrorvoI I The Star Store of ft to S Euste Isaacsr i = x Jacl S01 iKya t Toqr l rraps l a 40 1 IJilicI uf Gcntlemcu wo only iatc EJt1 s 1 a thy-M ri C Of a- ttnwlllch wearo 7a 9 worth of 00c19t1 COSt OIOtq 5011 P E d 04l s IIIr 1 for lw tlay e hacatt- r n awn 87t300UtI Worth of agtxls nnd llco III K lio h vo 1u Il- I U jcifcrfcctly satislicil v 1 vfck 1 i So we Askyou honcstlyto comoiintl buys your summer ej eMichgoods ns Pf rrtTo1hTg Shoes and DressiGbods Sr sf remains must at ilostprico rt iJ Oar Surplus stock which go s Como undistocl yourself with goods for summer and fall jj- j pastaliankln ft C znail hoptel 1t1B S eJ We Remain Sincerely Yours 0 S EUSTER ISAACS II- S1 fM1 V 1 v tv in mltI1mMM H I miI1liti v h C OfH H a H H H i H i o i 4 r- f f J1L ettilld fothfir tT of4I t XToft Go f w 4esf 1 fi czlue IJI j mCrchaggitue yottr ncrwilh utyM If you get them from Crawford you may be sure you are spa ITheres no use trying you cant goods and prices Why Because if there were any th r better goods made we would have g them in stockdal Come in and do your trading with 0 0 0 lis and get your moneys worthf ii == p- o CRAWFORD COe JACKSON J Y- Oi313Oic w f1 33sO3ltXO1 1IlIIFFJfF THE FAMILY PEACE A Practical Theory of Child Twining Up to Date i The modorn theory of child training Is to Hhlft the responsibility or wrongdoing to a chlldH own idiouldors It 14 early taught to weigh right and wrong and count the cost Mothers who are In despair over tho behavior of their children idiMiild try making them free agents Show them plainly how unpopular they lire mak log tbomRolvus by their horrid behav ior Appeal to tho reason Tench theta to form their own decision and abide by the results A child so trained usually acquires self control when other children are having parental control punished Into them This method of training la not feasible however unless parent haw the good judgment to keep In such close touch with their little ones Unit they can act as counselor as n lost court of appcalH and ns presiding judge whose dcclsloiiii ore llnal r A mother of a large and Interest 1tfamily said If I had a dozch 9hlN dreg 1 would have to evolve a cut way to train each ono according to Its idiosyncrasies Instead of mourning oCr n childs misconduct study to make It good la spite of Itself Keep It BO well thUC a loppy disposition comes natural Tench Mary or John self government but at the same time let It bo thor oughly understood flat you are gov eruor lnschlef In disputed points One mother who bad Ideas on self rule for her children allowed those children to be terrors to the neighbor hoodEQuln church she would sit placidly by white they crawled under the pews to the worshipers in treat ortttMHK pIM into tho next pertiott tIA B tli Ee tknow the- dlfcretice ffipRiMik self control and J lac e 1 kd better abide by t3olom dept of iCblld training dppllaA jwlkkwly UN raetho oft 1 f a I 1- fr 1 rll l mnMnc n boy or girl n free agent has been found to work sell In the liner est ft family pence GIFT FOR TRAVELER I Nothing More Acceptable Than a Gray Suede Pocket If jou Jill n friend who Is about tn j start on n long journey you could make her no more acceptable parting gift than n safety pocket to ta worn under the dress In it can go extra money null jewels without tear of loss or robbers IfSuch pockets can be made of many materials and In several different styles but the following oue will bf toimd generally ncveptnhlo A pocket In monde frOrn gray suede or a piece of cbaraoU tlercu iaebH long six IniliesjwkVi at bottetiyii jve Inches at top The bbttoia td and tile top Is cut sqiar rr rB soflcather ors cut nail t es ltllCltd tokither oti the ona chine about hnlfwaj up An liluer pocket of stout gray cambric Is sewed on the Inside of the suede the edges finished with mesas rims and U stout clasp I One side of the leather Is then cut shorter than tho other which folds down over the purse In a flap This is fnstentd by snap clumps such as are used on gloves One Is sewed oiTeach I side of the flap for extra security On the underside of the case nn extra piNe of the leather or chamois I Us stitched to form n flat pocket This 14 stitched up the center as well as on edges to form two narrow pockets for bills or Jewel A shallow trap Is add et which also fastens with the snap clasps The finished pocket Is stitched to I two strips of gray belting one at each edge Those In turn are stitched ton licit that fastens around the waist vrlth n harness clasp The lengthwise awtrnlts may bo ss long as la convenient L ut the or six inches will usually be th peclwt la ierGtlwcplt4tOtcet rlt 1 4 kfi V Ii ei 0 Dont Go West YorTVg N1dI1UOtL t W6 3 Ltf a tic 1 = fN arckrans a A 5tl durarI Og tJeukACla t Jft Sui r XbiindrGhlf i t rift 11 K h- IJtwrW- jta f Aid g1it APINu itWw irlrl f a t wlorcGon I m be tlio lana of mek rg seno ine aiiiong ilIm more sAttstictlwtith their present condition Were it possible to plnco nn in habitant of Itto earthon the planet Murs or sonic other planet he would experience no more thong aS rc nrds thoinhiibitnnts thereof than liut of n native KcnUicUinri feels wneh holjrst locates in Omat hni NebrasUaJ thpcnt city West VHere you meet with n class people ns dilfcrcnt from home folks as day differs from night They are all cn rnTJcd in getting 1limeor the courtesies shown to a ftran uer within our tfntes IcnnoIlIJt attribute this 6tntc0nfTI to the fact that country is settled by people of abolitions and tllntJ JltIinno tilnn feelsT1 i1n 1ttjisAhis broth 1trst sur viral of of tho ilttcst i iVs un Agricultural country this ectioncannat bo Wheaten that soil 1 is black loam and il from G U 8 feet deep produchignll the jtird luctsof therfitrmih abundanc- eIlthcosrnorofr0 acres n111iI8 close to the market nod tlictninrs ire nil taken up mostly by fo oiuincrs who cnmo to this country as refugees and are now prosperous citizen to the detriment of the American born citizen The packing houses the principal industry requiring manual labor outside of the farm have us employcsthe foreign clement who will work for wanes on which Americans would starve to death they live on rye bread nnd send ic their savings bath to the old coun try to bring in more of the same class S The time has long passedwhen it was for the best interests ofn young trials just launching into manhood to take Horace Greclys advice Go West young titan and grow up with the country In a short time I expect t re turn to Eastern Kcntncky better satisfied to remain there for the trip tint I have hail and it is my idvice to any young man accus atomcdthe best of his opportunities thereN or go further West than I been and become convinced to his own satisfaction Kentucky for mo first last and nil the time II COUIXS v if yrt A man inany linc excepE 9ng yI fl His Nerve All Righte i arA1DctQrto tts thison9 1 fi lc lWkt his sStw sttt h HlsynMlhe doetor han him aiiriiiptlonjtnd liiti4 Ii to Inn lJjlfc paticnt thbn ihqal ed this st of get ti tilled a abort 60 would ptirthe fhq patient then asked the delft for the lonn of that O doctor then ser moiJntItl and drew a lino parts of the liop and tlSn handing 11itcnn act it filled for a ditti Those Cltro1nervesneed anythincr for themExt NOTICE TJio 19Q9 taxes aro now duon rColiltEOK CRAWFORD I I i r Sheriff 1 + W yJ 0 f fIUit 1 71- oa U I tfr f U r sayThe ttl 1i iy cnn IPdrltlllwj8 a Tr trc ctiafzltoitlllIsji Cliit itnl v ia wrfshp Jt Rahrtls to e- eiik IiI i nluHlC1Jin fl sd on St Louis r1hr 1U a St Louis Bridle ontA 1 mule mid plojVM i fjirnl covor6lTJy an Ohio Whon b time comes liff cfayvJsi yodel a ilunkct made I In Nw Jersey on to be Rcpt awake by a KontuOTMdog which is nbouttt vVAro 4 VI owe raised product on Chit Ixdiangc ryanGg t broad t Of jn u 1 i i oitig forth + l 1i4orepfin Irc turool i t MwiL probably lutothIS i rum rfroIJ t5anJrnn tofPlunu ucniiv i u AJJa in vuuu country nail the 1sIVt atljacent J after which ho wjil fito Ivurope nudrcmain a year loler lector in England Franandtermany returning tdaiiliihcountry in 1912 incldcjtly in time have n Hpgerin theJclection of the Democratic nomfnrp for 1resi lentEx ire Annotinceineritil Highti r land CollegeI J lhIUnlctJ Puncheon ltwufp will itsesioh for 1v Q11910mt Dll3ridnsJtil 19t1i 111101 The mCmbCriorjN n 1racult ti- IItrI include rrstrhnrleioU fIU ru Iriio e 1htltitre I14 gia IVpfcssor of Ligiingc History oral Literature111 Vir ginia Christian Staples of Texas Teacher of Primary Doiwrtmcnt Calisthenics nail Music Judge Lconidas V Mann of Elkatawa Ivy Lecturer on Christian Citizenship and kindred subjects A full course of study will be i offered in the common School Teachers Preparatory anti Academ Departments Toition in all departments ShOO permonth lentil nail room in Dormitory 175 per week Dr B OGucr rant nail others will bo present nt the opening Tho Junior OnKr wr nail public cordially invited NOTICE Notice is hereby given to the Democratic voters of Elliottsville pnicinctNo 13 tY4iIlctat heir voting plats on Siturday July IHst for the purpose of nominating candidate for Magistrate nd1 to bo voted for at tl o- ovember election 10 WV SEWELL WILUAMS Chairman u Cincinnati Markets Butter steady Eggs easier Iltt 1812 Q 22c Poultry easier fipHngcra 18 to 21c hens 1J 12 rlCJR 14c Floursteady Wheat y No2 red winter old 1 80 liBnew No 2 125 100 Corp m and higher somlxe1 = 12c Oatsrite Idn No 2 rntx- t i i2c Ryo steady iiJ rd stead at 1 1 50 Jrin 11621 wj7 2 iar q r Y dClf111 t I Iears ego- wheA MS first useIpr InrP qittlJtn tits he a4eror jthoirilrinn voile rcpt by year nail Fleming county is keeping upf tjth the procession As 1 of this Nvo are told im 11xwe POrOf p o ta 1 A f t djll 1 1 vs = = llnrf S 60Id to V I10bertEO- a u lint horse Colt by ain 1 1 r 1 for + l 1Icmins lust Exam in Ih Bovd of Health a Ssaqpinjf proclamation SEatorthe immediate ilc1 strtn tliolewhici the test shoivsto bc inftrctod with tuber culpjirfanlj provides that no cat tie be brought into tljo tbitntiltc tuberculin le fromhtberl I have rented Jhe Bak6ry a um prepared to furnts fitsli bread and cakes at all tidies tJi4bni mall vMits WMsdJpoiQfB For Sale t lhrec t olcc or heat v work oxen ingood condition ai a ourgnm Ctrl onor write IIou Davis Clay Hole 1y- Master X Commissioners Sale riiKAwnrr OIKCUIT coyurK- IlMiSjilcer l1f Jv Notice of Sale JM E JrnU lJertl UjJylrtiMMrfanni1ihutentundurderofsnl0 tt Cltiult Court made and entered In the nlywvu styled cut n at lti nlnr hairdos term 1H9 for tlie sum of two hundred andseventy dollars wltli Intqret frouj thu LOth day of Jiinii nry 11110 until pull anal the fiirthnr sow of Srn2 flfipcn hundred and ddllnrs nail thlrtvtwo Cants with IntiTot from file lib day of lumj 1XJU aril paid wltli si credit if flIWVlWU of dale of salt role of lauds to S IIU3 hew 10Wlt Jill tWIli 1WX1 nncll Mtt Jr sfiln txp0ndedtslidl biases tl lo dify r fr nl lit front door of till fonriuj1 + d In UickonllrgjithUt Cnun f lc U1 I I t M31I3y Jtdy2G 1Q09tt- 0tseeen IhtllOlIr of1 U + eitrek III anil OO 9orl liV 111 tlwLQtciwlnlll i t tmII1tJsJ 11Itnrll s ttItIl11j d i n Qnlckxind Creek anil houmleiPa UJvlf C010WMI ItrrIolUti innlnjut the Nan of lino of iiatfiit no I1UIU 1 I I tillII patent lines n TJ desalt w lit rhilii ton corner In sold patent Ihuncu along suld jiatiiils n 40 dunes u 18 chains IU- Ikstu Ixiimdary linu of potent no 10444 United 10 one It I1 Davis tlimiii1 aluug ald patent llnts hearing revfr d n 52 derives n 4 chains 50 Iks to tile hoiinda rv line of patent no 41lr kitid to me Win lively thence slungsold patent line iHMirlnx rotated n 10 ilojntM w ii 2 eluiliH 50 links tn u tutors to llIlIeI thrnci ulnas sold patent n 30 liegrrci w 100 poles to a corner1 In saws thence a oleo said iiiiftint t U clialns to the tin nnd try line of said patent n11141 Issued to ono It 1 DuvN thence aloni with said patent line n 40 Hi chains o011nks to a cutout IUSIIIIIP md corner to silent no 40M5 Issued to one It 1 Davis thencu oleo said pnt tent n 45 degrees w 50 e11n tosiildj I Spring Fork thence down said Fllrk to hoimdary line on left between land on upper nail lower Twin branch es of sold Spring Pork thunce upside of hill to top of ridge between said Low er Twin branch and Jllg llranch of sold Spring Fork thence up along said last 1 rldje between said Wolf 1en Jirancli and said Klg branch thence nlnuald la+ t miiutloned ridge to the place of be Int+ c- Inrvel oDelnning nt the In trrsecilon of boundary line of patent No I10UO lulled to one It J Davis with top of tho rldite between said Wolf Ten Ilninch and said Quicksand Creek thenco oleos sold pnton11 H 4i dejirew w jt clialns 50 links to corner in sold patent thenee along sold patent s 85 de grees e 18 chain to top of Inst mention ed rhlgc thence down ulongmild ridge the phtce of beginning Parcel XII tll1I1loullgnt tho ln tcjveetlonrof lKiindarv Hnfv of patent Xp hit tU Usucd to lnolt 1 DuvU wIth top of SHld rldgabetwoen Wolf Pen Drancn ulck n k thence iluiigpfdsltctte la ilegrtn + wti 1 cis itO r tIIIICt along sthllttellt14t1hgrltIt ells OlIaJj1 + i dap vof rhltlrJhH usq- down hon K thatup oCeuhL rn o tQ tile ref lla + tl+ KINs fi= ihmtntt thalnter n J06 oJ iltent So lilnJJie n l sloi with Ycap Irriweenr11 u1l 1eix and tti ksand r ek thence haiusrtali of aGI std tk down ttM 3 rplitep- bi ginning siyar f v llIr fir lt 9ipwattliunter swtlohof Ixltindiirv twtftfif piWent Xo fl3a with thjtojrotiald ridge be twcen Wolf IVn jWgh Qnlck ind Creek thencent llillnt 14 ri t a 13 chnln 0 llnk to top of said galt1Iijwlunevd fo thU Bald HH Davis will be etfeitdptadfold us u whop Sold land U towit1JTrlCtx llI lltL fork fork of at a and dogwood thence s a1 o 28 polls u 81 pol HtO n whiter onk on the ridge hIcn tho left hand fork of the Kiigatvei ork mill Charley branch thiiieo x ill h 10 poles to u chestiiiit oak and xliliick oak on the ridge s 01 0 5l poles black gum two chestnut uags on tllel ridgll 0 o oO luln 4 tQ two VtiMtnuU S 1i L1 41- IJ t frI ati f f 7 Of + itlf p Wtf2t2jO Tr S irT5 1f rF I CRAWPORD Pres JOHN T HINDMAN + Cashier I I w e rirt T + BreathMt if J i J c1untyBank A ti J tINCOltPOl I B tIJ ie J5JAOKSON KENTUCKY j Capital 15000 t M r Y our home bank owned and controlled h iythe people of Breathitt county t lphe safety of a bank does not depend on Y r its charter but on the management directors direct the affairs of our finstitution nd are men of known k businessabllityandintegritystf DIRKOTORS f t If F V GnAHiRii U 11 CIIUDU J W Fonn GUAM Tennr C J Lint K C Urnsil 3l Mart Cnnvrnnn Gmtf Yrcann Jon TlIuumu I L s1 ttLti z RIo ii 1t 10 u 05 is hu+ a stake n 70 w ITOjioles n ni w J OiI s n 35 e 10 poles to tho bo lnhlh2- S contf Tract Beginning nt the heatt of i nttl ute fork of Quicksand Creek onttiftjjrr at n plno near John WI ruts s 411 w ICO poles n 80 w 200 pol 7 n 3 e 200 poles siJ v 311 imlodto th+ beginning containing 204 airefj j Thlrtl Trflct Beginning In the heed of tho HlfVmp hollow of Leatheryoo creak near Willluiii hoivo on rliigh knob thence s 2731U poles n4iw 210 jiolw s 51 W 2O 101084 tS o 121- pois to the rjeginrimg containing Seri highkn1r MclaiGlhrvi I to u pine on a knob s Ci w42 ltl1eto a hickory n is w its pole to UVo ifKtiniUiak + in nil 110 pole to a soaks 15 a + jIlefln CO e 100 poievre II r 1M pops n 40 w 110 poles to 1lf glnmnlonllllnln 2IJO attest I rt dnalhg nt ti- Iniflldr llfplI 0 n a i lrttNabove tho main Mr hand fork of the FugfltisfiTk thencu down said fork n 10 w 8S poles to a beech andfiignr true n 14 w 10 pains 11 50 o 210 poles n 15 e 300 oles thence w230 poles tothc be ginning Sixth Tract lleglnning nt a pine OH the ridge thence n 32 a 50 polo n 21 w nil poles n 01 w 51 polesn 14 e24 poles to a lots poplar aril two sugartrees a short listnneo above the second fork of I the main left hiiiul fork of tho sail Fu gates fork thence down said fork n da w SO poles to a beech and sugar n 14 w 1C poles s 00 w 110 poles s 39 o 6U pole thenfe e SO poles to the begin i eventltlract Ileginning40 poles up 81111111lcft hand rocky drain of Fugate Fork near the upperendof Henry n mi- iimss t field at nn elm nail lynn tree Ihenre3lusl poles to a white oak on the ridge t 21 i ales n 74 e 33 poles to n white oak n 30 o 41 poles to a dogwood ngarroe and hornbeam and beach near hic mouth of u right hand fork of Leath thence s 05 w 150 poles n 23 o 111t1l to the beginning Eight h Tract Beginning at two chest nut oaks on thi ridge thence 8 05 u 00 poles to a hickory on the ridge n 78 e I2 poles to an oak nail chestnut on the rldgo n 50 o 10 poles to a hickory and white oak on ihu ridge n 13 vvGU poles to n pine on the ridge thenco w 80 poles n 40 eiO poles r 00 w li poles to the br glnnlii Ninth Tract Beginning at the ridge thence K 05 n 40 poles to n hickory on the ridge n 78 e I2 poles to an oak and chestnut on the rldgo n Sac 70 poles to n hickory nail white oa n is a r2 pole to a pine thence e 150 poles g 20 w 2110 poles 50 w IGOpoles n 37 wv 100 poles tu n stn e and corner to a survey made for It I Davis n 12 e 100 poles to the beginning Said one third Intcnjstinsald above do girihcd property will lie sold at public auction no t bidder the live parcels dt crlhd will he sold on n credltof slswionihs and tho nine tracts puerile hijrvln will bo sold on II credit ofsix and 13 months In er cal install lIIenJ1Iiut tho purchaser will ho reqiilr ed to give 101215 for the lIflllllo money with approved security hearing interest frmiVdate mind time force mill of- fpStTof il replevin bond and a lien will be wiMHrved In ald hOIllIon the property ilduRLIl lie purchase u11fJee Interest and rlalt Is all 1dd Ilidders iiiiistibri wlthtlitvrtitsJ W Ceutnrrar 3I p STOP AT TilE THOMP SON HOTEL Mrs J B Thompson 1ms 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 tho coolest and most invIting Hotel in Jackson Tho toils are absolutely clean and Eastloin and services umxcolld i- tOJ t ICY q s f s Yo- f J r BANK 1 L t 1- I t It j q t iI I J W b IN mm r J oI r tiTor w J M4r to etnnds backaf ou in tinicsa 1 oods f OJ Ol f asked for with advice of molr r s 71 t trained in matters of finance t r l r- It a 7 i i i1Vhyriot make this bukth + yJonntyYOUnA If the title bS opening a checking account todny s A f Interest paid oh timo deposits- Money x Loaned on gipproycdj II Securities 1 Capital 2500000 4 4 t r o THE PI RST iPtri+ t 4 NATIONAL BANK OFY Jackson Ky JAMES P ADAMS President J II LETTON Cashier t i Directors James P Adams A M Arnold h TP Card well Jr 1 J II Ilaiumona John 0 Griffith l FJf i t tc e f rcamp Algonac Ii5 Ihp Evening Gazette announces its second annual outing rI it CqmprAlgonac Mich tho weekI b- Jf J ly 028 Last xcar 384iI Centraljltentucky people enjoyed this delightful outing and the Ga zette has decided to mako4 its nIannual feature 2250 coct rs nl1Jnecessary expenses including j t transportation from Lexington to Camp Algonacand return tourist sleeper going breakfast on tho steamer Toshnioo before reaching fwcnkr trip address Outing Department Kentucky Evonzettot Lez in ton or uaidkc lo Nt a ctrl rcprea ntntt o Kxx Jo r III 3 y t trwtIi t1 w1 R i n I r Fhe Breathitt News4 i 4PER YEAR IN ADVANCE J fft lSE HAGINS EDITOR l i v Friday July 16 jid t Announcements t ttf r I FOlfUSTICE OP THE PEACE e V i ItWc arc Authorized to announce j t 1 I 11 A MILLER g as a candidate fOr Justice of the Peace in Magisterial District No G Subject to the action of thoj Democratic party DEMOCRA1JLCKEI- J FOR COUNTY JUDGE J J1BIyrILtuiNs- OR COUNTY CLERK ALFIIEO Russnu tAr- FOILt flk COUNTYATTO1tNEYw j V r FOR SHERIFF T II HUDSON FOR JAILER i WESLKV Tints ln Jn 5 FOR CORONER J W SlAUKS FOR SUItVEYOR cGltm s 11 ALLEN FOR ASSESSOR W J LANDKUM I r tI CIRCUIT COURT CLERK tt W B CAUDWELL tSUPERINTENDENTdF ilf txt I8CHOOLS 0 q 1t 0t t1CAsii o i1ILLISa9- t1 lIS i Tt R 1 f Town Booining i pii Helps VIlIow Is Youront1 r A frontless man s an IlltJi It to t1 natt poemsuknownHe wasnt strong on versification litS but he was long on horse sense lie knew that the winners in life aTc J THE ONES THAT PUT UP THE 1I 4R + BEST FRONT Its just the same with a town IT MUST HAVE A FRONT Every ibody living in it or doing business should boost at all time and i 1t 4 in very place f One of the best ways to boost i to boom your own business by EVERY KIND OF ADVERTISING r THAT IS PROFITABLE Other peo livinginWeare doing what we can to put up a front for our town Lend a youdoltThe right kind of stationery will help your business front and the frontof the town DONT DE AN ALSO SAN in e gwnbetioned When a new b or the opening of a new faeterylislTS + der discussion get up to ttieti nt repairingbusineslfronts HOW IS YOUR FRONT FOR YOUR HEALTHS SAKE- SELFPRESERVATION 1t 11 j Under the law of self preserva tion We owe it to ourselves to fightthat sensekdisease and In every way aid and = assist those who by law are ficharged with the responsible workof preventing the spread ofc i t orkoJuction w jloi f VJ e t o j 1 I 00yJ1tt 1pi JI 71 co oa Nedi II A Miller has been employ ed to teach school in Torry Coun tsJ Mrs Marinh Combs wife of John H Combs is on the sick list Aunt Rachel Fugatc is still liv ing but in a serious condition John II Combs lames Ncace Elias Muttons and others conduct ed religiouscrvices on Grapevine Greek July lth Sonic sdetda before the birds cease singing on the southern slopes of the sunny hillS dl jl hope to return frOm my J erpiit echi icmt to hetutrs1IipofI children for ifthero jsOSf iii his n pest ioxlan Oe 1e for j tlie care oftsliildrenlfool +tC- myself bt Fate boeSnwa tbll- to shed many tenr wftl c chiI r drcn that I loved iifstwnfet fly and for those ypkS ttlrneIjtll- I e down and cut fnrsornc OrtbcI were my brethren find 1 stand lif ra cr orovcr thcraVantTfpr th W- combin fotn th j outslde l1 etoppons 111 prll INt 11111 lfjur ferthat tbuv Iflp fl4tc + v lkI1 am made to sutFc rsiti this life Ou h have a hopo for the world tp come that 1 believe no man or woman can take away from me I belieVo their influence will not do very much in that case My prayer is to God for nivJrcthrcji that they consirjcr jjlmtfflicy do hereafter and bo nop so PRJily rswallowed up in the vortex o personal interest dictated by thos p with n heart like Jezebel who set Naboth nn innocent man on high among the people then procured false evidence against him aiifj killed him for his vineyard Dc struction soon came to her and th king for their crime It is bette- for a millstone to be tied to the neck nnd cast into time sea than to do some things War Creek Revs Job Hanks and lamps Trent preached at Mill Creek Sunday tho lUhnnd a largo crowd attended good order und everybody enjoyed tho meeting Mr Trent and Mr I ails a- utelconio n to come bath n gin tlUWIe ingtrelll Wir Creek were llev James and Nelson Trent W D CundilT and wife Joe dunlin Gal Cundiir Mahal Wells Miss Katie Duncil Eliza Taulbce A Gross Noah Johnson Jrt John Ovcrbcc and A J Johnson J R McIntosh was visiting friends in Spencer Bend Sunday D H Pelfr is putting ups n new store on War Creek Louis Morris is buying and shipping eggs and chickens Louis is a hustler Miss Malfnda Maloney daughter of G B Maloney of Mill Creek has been sick for the past tow days but is improving St Helens Jep and Andy Hrandcnburir made a business trip to Jott Creek Monday Will Gabbard nnd daughter who Mire been sick with typhoid fever are improving Horn to tho wife of Waller Hailev June 28tha girlnlso to the wifoof Bud Lynch Jul1st a girl and to Urn wife of Will Hare July 5th a gjrl Mcrida Miller of Long ShoiV visited tiisdaughter Mrs Kiltie Gross on MillBanch Sundays Willie Shousoijwas thoKugst of W M Miller Sunday Mrs Simla fields a1lbln f Dundee visited 1Ira Mrs 4of Joh bou 9tJonls1p till MondajI v I Calvin Miller vlsiteads and relatives on Milj Brarioli SHJ- kunlay V Elijah Gabbards son Jvalow wjth typhoid fever a7va Chnrlio Stidham wns the guest of Omiga Gabbard Sunday John Shouse bought two pigs from John Little on Jetts Greek Saturday BKAUTIKUI FLOWEIIS Clemons Mrs Sarah Iladdix is suffering very much with a carbuncle on her face Charley Clemons has returned from Oklahoma iMrs H 0 Clemons was11 at J ckson last week having some i t 1 i u dental work done T II HudsQrtbf Jackson was here Monday 0 Hev Daniel Mclnlofil preaehcd to n largo nudicncojv licrV Sunday May the sped Lord0 send more workers in tlialield 1L- J II Iluysonr has ncccpted a job of haNlin lorsfur Ca- lifJetsCicek Fletcher 1 trcroll ww looking fine 1n tins srpti 44 iH1 v Me1rifosli was fhtt flee Short u airs CliftuiiwY3toasif l1 eehp 1ias tI irnurstVid a t Mis rfeatr t t her leg broken is ottin a10n 1re readers+ n rcet 111 n v SpocklediPuHet correspondent in sjlcilinjr niefflfnridisc Mr and= J1IBill WJiite 0- IkiwtitcaerothetiesGsnf Mrs- o llhttoa nnaI Sunday c Will Alhni anti T II Hack wen I caliingMsn their best girl iSunday MDorannd Sarah Shush took din JMnAyvjtb theircousin lillle Julius Sunday y There will bo a bnpMmg tier- the Ijrst Sunday in August- t Ercr 1J0cJ invited HUIrup Highland anti win Jells Creekor you wont get over time river i setfout true peanut grace go The people aro sorry to lose Mr Tdrry Blackberry picking is at its height in this vicinity W K Torry will bo able to esupply the country with yellow plnntgrall his crop corn Schoolwill begin on JeltV Cfopk Monday with sabcll Alter as teacher George Ilollon made n busines- trip to Mill Branch Sunday Leo Keen passed through here Sunday en route to Athol Nomio Mullins is the nTail car rier from Athol to Turkey with Al Roberts assistant Morgan Terry passed Ihrouul J hero Sunday en route to Cops Brimch J 1511 s 1st Will Allen is done layingjjftv porn we expect some help froni time old boy IDodge Hryant nod wife visited parents tact week IJ II Johnson is preparing to buildn new residence SlKCKIKH IUUETT Turkey Farmers in this neighborhoods mostly done laying by corn and haying is being done with slow progress on account of so much rain Mr and Mrs Andy Hobnrts visited relatives on iSlsoip Sat t tdaughterEvans nt Jetts Creek Saturday sBliss Artie Jctt of Athol who hasbeen visiting Mr and Mrs Price Terry for the past week re I turned homo Sundn Dr Gibson of Lcllow was call ing on the sick at Turkey lirst of the week School began hero Monday July 12th under the management of Miss Ruth G Torry Miss c4 pie and joe Terry visited Mrand MrsClav Grif 0lith S tuld lomas Terry and 11ilsonCal1Nhan were guests hits J utii arid Wilson Terry Saturday Jo1i CIilillh 1t d n LiffribWr 4 Edand wilsO Ter iiIjeligious services a Pg1tociafternoon i4lhtrtr Ji7 U Irockettsville h X Ed Cajamri who was shot fiats ambush ome4Jme ago has sor covered froni his wounds as to re sumc business iyjajnC Hp tcflV everybody that JiVs wants peace with nil good citizens and asks all his customers to give hifp their trade that ho will sell Xhem goods as cheap as anyonnFli Qf jlo suy that ho dont bcleive dint Go3w suffer assassins tokill him because his intentions andaims are t sigh W- kT t v 3 r x y J and r it IIe sires to treutsllp- culiM hits 1itolrr tl8t fri nd of da ess ott tln I1idd1e lrrsided ho coutit sthb tiger j ed so b1 t1ntt Clioy Cannot aq tior unjlSttiJftJ truth mid honcs J and l their 5truction wilt be welcon- ft fdntnty JudiXfl avdl lixv stimtSwloris nextvcck itj V auNG Mate Ifl a p u le 1 Ali of- I tttt havAndor- rkr I nJtirs deacons orders cf ithr llid law and or I rquestellto corn tlw polthroughF- tftiR io 1vs turd C iillpcnns- of ingr dbfa thellt- nakl and hie1ta r CIe Sullen potvn to cant 3 W tat tt- d 1111UrS- f fTl 1 school hero in1 district No 3 bcIa Monday lUiryjlUi k7oyil 0uff as lonelier DI its Eva nail Dlbnic Iin1- tver visiting friends t hercSiyiiliiv JL Louisa King rmsScu tliojigh here Sunday on her way ivhero she will begin tter lathoax of Campion fornlirly of WUhurst has bcei hone talks lucre for the pavt wo weeks Mt IAClarilwho has 1coigill for y months i thoifiht to br mipniving MssTda Stamper pf Add has baiJ lsUlnir heresftor1rs V Iw loon the past week M 55 OUie Swango of Stilwater iwa isitii her sister Mrs S ifjlurst Sunday tJlOriNLltIIT- Ct t Herald Clops are looking fine in this ncitilibnrliood- s Itn Terry of Turkey was at H rmW Tuesday Kiss Marguritc Herald who has ceen visiting her sister Mrs 11 p Hack returned home Sunday She attended tho basket din er at Cane Creek and enjoy t tine dinner with Mr nn c 1J Clay irlllith- r eetrr s 4 01111 J nI rlltItes 1 L doubtMlly nnswcrcd the lei purely crson When tho weather f cloudy you Imvcnt the ambition f I work and then when Ifafnlr It pecn13 in Bliamo to shut yourself up In nu pf rflce Washington Star When I grow up Ill be a man wmtIY queried small Edgar dciir replied his mother That Is If you are industrious nt school and learn to behave yourself Why iiianinin tmlll Edgar tl liut- 1uid lazy ilttlp INys liwome women when they grow upJ Exchange r jjj fA H PATTON ATTORNEY AF LAW 1 i I OV ICE IN OHAWFOKD 1IIOO 4 I JACKSON KY i s i t ra Commissioners Sale HKKATIirrj1 CIRCUIT Carjiojcrrill hotlct PriceiTerrill e Defts e Hytvirtue of Judgment and ordcrof sale of tho Hrcathitt Cir cuitlGourt made and entered in the above istylcd cause itSlny term 1009 1 hullolfQrforsilt tit the front door of the Cour- louse in Jackson KewtQckyi5pn Monday July 26f 1900b- ctweoi tho hours of 12 oclock m and 2 CIOCIeln1Ja111fOUOWI r deserl nd being ih Hrqathitt MjKlucky n frozen Cp8 sin- at two lr e fun JTerriUH lineti it a rf rlJsIlI upttli beaVli lc Y line toitwet-1c c or r1ftfl l t h thederideso Rb 10 the lfce pointjibovo said- r r b creek large hvHi 4hq creek 111 tJsrnnllbecch f o cr Jr6ficQ LIwa cross JrnCQ strsliejjt with fpiUlhc Ywjit to Wdjvidhn idire I ctwccn ttfBinr Fror acid NegroIranclilllon down wud dividing r dgo to said rriflGIInetoacres moo mles vs r Said real property wlIbet soldl r r It 0 f 0 t V t rtbidder on n criiditv f six rflbnttM md the purclwsdf will bp rcquir J w giro bend for the puVclinsi 1 npprovedsecurityliearinginterest the force and cllcct of a replevin a- band and a lien will bo reserved I in tho bond on time property sold or tho full payment of nil the pur phase price interest and cost 4 Bidders must bo prepared to Ifomply promptly with these terms irGommissionera cost 750 1725Sxstof1IaJlCr n o- s1lJ 5- s INIrFostli2ti-j W pWKLt1 loC H C G r r rst- F Mast stoner s I f TiI ATUIrrciIteq rciQti16 IT IC Lanzhdia Y ofjlIHn ui of s 10I1V lrtJQofK jStiewient RnA order of M rtlIJirealhitt Cir pult Court uw1ji above styl ecVbniitkJ atU Oclolcr term HIS fortlteralnl 10600 with six per ofSrutetuberto n credit of J500 pain the 21st jjay of Auuust 1007 and post therein expended 1 shall Qlfcr for sale at the front dour of the Court House Jackson Kentucky on Monday July 26 1909 between the hours of 12 oclock ni and 2 oclock p m the fallowing described rcTl estate lying and ltnL in Hrea hitt courlv Ken t 1101find ttooribcd n follows on the waters of the South folk of Quicksand creek- Heyinninc at the lirst drain be tow the mouth of Smiths branch n of said South fork thence clowrfsaid South fork to the lino between said Henry Bar nett and Price Hack thence up tho hill with said line to the hen 1of the Jrico Hack branch thence to ihe left with tho ridge between Falling Hock branch and tho South fork to Alex Doatons line thence down tho hillwith the line between the Alex Demon land and Ilene Hnrnett to the beginning continuing forty acres property will bo soldupublic unction to tho highest bid der on n credit of three months requirdmono with approved security with interest from dattf and hay plcvin bond Mid a lien will be re served in said bond on the proper ty sold for the full payment of tilt costsIcom ply prom ply with these terms Amount of debt1000Am- ount of interest 2Ulift Credit SJSOO paid tho 21 day of August 1007 SilOO jn tore+ t25075iI o Cost of advertising in newspaper 976 J W JAUDWKIX M C It U 0 An Ordiancc An ordinnnnc proposing to an NorthIlorkThe Board of Trustees of the orS as of Trustees deem it advisable to IInnc the territor Included antT1 boand is within the corporate limits of the town of Jack on Kentucky ssiil boundary is described as foli Hows v Ueglnnbjgjitthb mouth of tho nOt North rIcrnttlieprest emit town line thenee ujriliu Knill rivcrBS it mcnndors totho mouth or e have Ior pr 1Iafflfu tlienco Jft1 thcQul Jel nohb J c por Qf the divi e- trkgnOlleetinfIfEwiit flrh not- Sshl Devi J rtcj Lrinchdtlienc o tvltlll o top Qty tlradgei as i- itltfAnc ctsaro o head t aler- ofltrid Htllisw to thi crest rotrn lino near there fit JiG Hach tlte4ttjili time said present cps poaito line of Jackson to time begun n J territory included and embraced in the foregoing bonn dary ls hereby declared and shall become n part of tho said town end time corporate limits of said iwnshnll bo extended to time limo its embraced within said boundary after the publication of this or dinance as required by law I A II PATTOX Chairman Attest Pro tern M S GUAIN Clerk j t 1 I L T I1t fCi Hil iH rPLOYI DAY Tres J MUI Ua ylIIthltr f J II ChtAtiIr0li 31 + 2 9 1I UAItAc InK Gtshler i 81 CtItKUHiHHttM r t r W r la alJF ft 1 g BANKING METHODS rt I ARE SATISFACTORY t e 1 To a largo and proving clicntilc 1r m you are not a111eadl in thisnumff 1 bee why not opipii an account now g Callelk the subject over with ftllS c41 F till entail no obligation ilWr6iit you try and see S g PAIDUP CAPITAL and MSURPLUS t rJ I Jackson Deposit Bank a 0mQ tit oo eGo mO OO t OO omo O Q The n Southern RvOFFERS VERY LOW ROUND- TRIPHomeseekers pt 4 Rates ft To Arkansas 1 1J Indian Territoryr i vn Louisiana r Oklahoma Texasc 1 Tickets on sale he first and third Tiics days of each month 1 Apply to any Southern Ry Anent or writeA R COOK D ALOUISVILLE t j JiFIII C IIC = tf zssa yJII nJI lrtll r1 x11 sWAGOf ti i UljWI tlH b 1 nyslefnN Mwi1Ji i fUllco anti lies Pbon 5 nAnfOHn IIUInIuNI S- JACASOiV K n TUrn k JACKSO hr tJiiiqL t 52S2Si52S2SCS2S h The Blue Grass FarmerKMTION OK TIIK CentsForr cultural m iur at n cut ratP tho ro2nlar btS news Litar and rear nu FHIoniuttachea coupon Tlltf II ERAlit1 Inc Loxiu6tou hi Find unclosed 76c for which sand nm the Blue Gniss iIIr1rlOr edition of the Luxmglon herald for ono Jcllr Slgnl1 Iostoilico t h r I It t 1 9I i n n Itin WhItnn n t w lltiw tJ IJt 1 o a io THEitdip 0- IAVF LYON SON GO 0cINSURANCE g CF x a 1F REAk ESTATE t a BONDSjoLOANS r wtai S iS iITJWNSfrJ I Of IN EASTERN KENTUCKY I i iJ gJ10 fl IIIompany e fri v lt O = ww c4 Yo 11 c is l t t a J oJ 2 t AA 01 I IJi 1 fJ t a- r J l4 FThe Sreathitt News t I 1Y11 IAtaj Sf EWTOII CASK flTI1 AYE- AIri yCrfFrhl 1 DUINK WAINSCOTTS HOXA KOLA J I q1H 1Ir J GtoiUoo Hudson or Clemons was hero on business Monday Born to Lclch Hays nnd wife f Satiirdiiy July 9th a nirl Ii 7ii 11nh Parish bought a horse trotLiloy d Nultier nt Clemons 4 alunduv 1ho hOIfoJ ry ht 80 iWill Jott has ftC tepOi salesman with s r tJ o Co N1t T II Hudson and uncle INjttjn visited joodloo nt iClemmons Monday oMast f wcck Jr iJ edge A Lyonhas accepted c the jrositioiitifinunngcr of Floyd iiiy Cos stojo in tic + Hurgis 4uildng ton J M pny of Wincliostcr was horn tlio iirst ofthe wool I lag utter business Interests in t section vlVnnk Bash hug bought the snck of W D Hamilton corner i skit and Hrondwny and will oonJ t n iio the business at the same stand i The game played here bitwccn l11Q Uoattyville and IncUson Base Bull teams colored Thursday rr suited in a victory for Jackson by i Hcoroof I0Io9 i After being shut down for somo time the ice plant his rCJjlllOcdt tho manufacture of ice Ihiring thojiino it was closed ico had to bc toeI I Kylo Turner diet nt his home an Greenville Texas with typhoid 1 I1cr1 Mr Burner was a broth J eriu law to G W Klecnor oft this place The nrnlIBridge Tuesday by tho Sunday L Schools of this place was quito a r success Nearly KOO attended an- dntt t lOOQO profit was realized orn nuts A T Ho1Yl Co 1ibrouahtto At tins office a silk watch fob which his daughter found on the fur side of tho bridge while returning from the picnic Owner can have it by calling at this office and paying for advertising of Cartorsville Ga r 11 eatLela Porter of Stearns Ivy were married at the home of the bride on July 1th They will z J inako their homo at Cartersvillc 4 iv Gn Both the bride and groom aro well known here o andmaxseriously wounded by his sun law Spencer Howling at London Wednesday morning Tho trou ble came up over a suit about some laud Mr lambill is well known here having lived here many years ago Ulackburn Gam bill of this county is his sot It seems that the Carpet baggers yl nre striking some shonls already Wo understand that they have had V two conferences in tho past few days although the election is near f 1 y four months oil Theyvill 7 find out that the people cant be fooled nor bought 1 r Chairman A B Cox accom trby Kd Oliver 1 N Hor wn111 Byrd all of Campion Mused through hero Thursday on 5Pr their way homo from Cannel City where they hall attended lhcnicct injr of tho SenatorlalJ mute which met for the purpose of chill I int the Convention fori ljJj I tnct 1 f- I V At 1 moetll of the County h kChairman of tha 3Ith Senatorial District composedof tho counties t 010 of Urcathitt Magollin Morgan Owsle and Wolfe for the purr I CA pose of calling a convention tot nominate a Democratic candidntic rfor Senator County mass meet ings were called to meet at the various counly seats on Saturday r July 31st to select delegates to j nlcetrtt Jackson on Wednesday rf iiSt Hh L Morris was taken e dbospilalat Lexington Tuc r t y for ont for typhoid e er Wr Morris had bc0n sEck L J r pl Y for several days R f itsItonta on1 tho Heights afd did nnid16 go to n hospital nntij Monday Mis Dora K Ilnlcs of Carters ville Ga arrived hero Thursday to accept the position M ialeslmly in Floyd Day teCVs store Mils Hales is a neicn of A F rJ h and has sovoral other rclnticiI hero I Disolution Noticei rho firm of Little Oolze bas been didolved by mutual consent Mrs W uOol7oconLinn ing the business V lt ISOt LITTIK Mrs WVn OiazK To Teachers and others on nre hereby notified 111Itthl 1rMthittv County Teachers Insl 1 iii 4tigthe eckUcjtuJhln h July 10th 1009 Pro 10 Char of Howling Green ICyri wili instructor Wp expect to tie c mated and nwnkcnud to theca of education as never before Dul- lthe J friends of education arc corl dially invited to attend At the Lees Institute Jackson K Thurs truly llKNitr H Nnnri Supt Dissolution Notice Tile firm of Allen L Lindon Noble has bean dissolved Mr Lindon purchasing Mr Allen interest in tho firm and assuming the liabilities of the firm This July 12th 1009 A A ATUN KIVIS LISJKN The examination for appointees to the State University at Lexing ICy formerly known as State College will be conducted at Lees institute on Saturday July 17th 2909 Two vacancies to be filled Ilnsitv B XUIIIK SupM ROUND BARNS Some of the Adv ntftye Claimed Fei This Structures Vlitlo round bnrn Ire not numcrons J1 hits country those who own tjieni claim they nitre many MdvanlnsiMuvtr the square Onus Tliu Illiutrtitlpn- frflm tho UrciUorA Gntuttc CtilonK shows a round tmrn on n successful Vermont dnlry farm tile burn Is ulnaty feet III diameter having man lullrn1lUl +ercn y A round silo holding nearly 100 tnuit extends from the ground to till root under the cupola There nro no crossbeams except those HupportlUK tjio floor nbovo tile rows no nothing Is In the way when storing bay The Mpnrntor anti power room H lo cnted behind the Inclined road leading to tho upper doom Economy of turnli A 110UNI IIAHN tier nod conrcnlencoln feeding art claimed for this style of barn A Washington dairyman who has erected n round liam saga of It The advantage I thud In a round barn arc ninny The main ones are first ccpui omy of labor In getting feed to the cows second 10 per cent more space for material rc iulieil third n more equal division of light and fourth a more uniform tcmpwrnlure and purity of atmosphere nut taut but not least a round barn Is the only one that is tornado proof Any ouo who contemplates building a round barn should secure the scar leo of a good builder who tins built a round Corn before or ono who IIItn mlllar with lustier mathematics asap plied to building Tubercular Cows The presence of tulitircuigalu IrfKen orally considered nil x thai will only Impair the yalu aid health fulness of anllertl1ru lrjr ne factseemtint tuberculosis f t the cow and reduce tlcHBtl pwM portion id ijtaiidlnjj iif AmmL1 A tit cow cannot be I a all etio4 Ihoiulintor on nbtuulltttt prodileor WItlt Isn ttolnt upon which duryiien well give attention To self agates tuberculosis must protect others TheQtCtl of ono man to another will tho maintenance of tubercular cow Ceremonious and Deadly Dull The first executive mansion was Ir Fhlladclphli a three story brick build Ing with small paned windows nnd I heavy brass knocker on tho door Formal stato dinners took place 01 Thursdays at 4 oclock with from tel to twenty guests Friday evenings Mrs Washington held her drawing rooms Plum cake tea and coffee wen served at 0 oclock after which Mra Washington rose and dismissed he guests ns though they were little chll drcu too long lingering at a party The general was the salve formula always retires nt 0 and I uauully pro code haul Tho whole affair was atu pcndouxly ceremonious and deadl aullgcriip Jtoffc 4j 1 9 rfI tNo r I f f 1 HMSS nipptmgs have been Called a meet at the court house onIulyl BSrcf by Ate liepuhlicans nn Qn July2lth by tfie Democrat nlt ii for the purpose of nomihaVi ring candidates for tho offjcliof J iPojico Judge Town Marshal Htd n Hoard of frItH tecsf r kMARRIAGE Lit + J1Itrtt The following marrjftgc liileBffcs have been issued swcu our lust publicnticnt hlnnton Slu rt arIunoieEllbn Stathirtltftrv of Houston 1Gh1nna loC Cl til nkrQeti t ike 1TDne jet a s1 jlr IJDeI1I sntaI111 orIAiRijJi ti prij r lK th of Larnbrio nacanst rnaaeKYy Crlcbnted lot Mvfc perfect lit almpaeityand itlUblMr neatly 40 jean even town In United SUte and Canada or by malt direct More told than any other make Send for free catalogue MCCALUS MAGAZINE More anbicribcri than any other laihion mujtune million a month Inraluatale Lat et Ilflulp1I1em drrmmilini millinery needlework ialrdre lnr ttiqattte cuod itorlei etc Only U cents a patternnubtcrtbetoday VONDEHrUL INOUCFJVICNTS catalogueSIDE HcCiix co as Is m w nibs rilV YORK FISH BITE HUNGRILY uliiii you 10I Magnetic Fish Bait Theres no such things as a dull day when you go lining if you nre suopliod with this truly wonderful discovery If tho fish are there youll get theta for they simply cant re sist It bents anything you here ever imnginwl It is mod Prate in Irico2 Gents pet loxandII box will last a longtime Besides this bait- ttfnctnrers I lllCI I III we litffitlle v Fishermens Complete Outfits oOc 1 UOO iOO 40 io0 Send lodny fora box nnd for our Vrco booklet Fads About Fishing and illiittrat od catalog of fishing tackle outfits A tI tl rs4- Magnetic Fish Bait Co Dopr H Itiiuiblk 111s- onrtRemoval o 111I10 moved to McCormick near Campion Junction where 1 will continue my business of tank tug Monuments AND TOMBSTONES Any ono wanting anything in my line will please write me at McCormick Ky I will make monthly visits to Jackson arid hope olllll friends will save their orders for R tileM SUMY 22Caliber i 7QJIle tmd c 4 The safety cUdihestiech snd dd blued wJth t j lajfon of Ihepo foteknd er pump action in HM pew Mod140lr12 rifle + i Ts rapl4arlnqlhe rest tdeSerc rari alwtyaaij goerblowingdI thrown Ini your race or eyes sad nttrferesw lhh s f- nurhsn4tn helps gulch operation w1 4 It handle the short lowf anA etrtrldeei without ch n e 1a and the deep UalUrd nccuracy maklntfit the agestlltticdete- the world for lshqttng JLt a er O yard S J8 e J For full detcflpllon of sitrariaa Repeateri j lust Kit Our 1J5P 1 h auiC Matlc4 free t- ferSMmpe portage j 7MztlanInR YirrAUiJr Street NW1UfKCCEk IuWlllow I W TTTr i I 1 u I A J t 1J 1j M 1 exxiywu+ w t II v z S rirgyp- r I 1M1 G 1 N in v GOILt6M If INSTITllTE t INCORPOR TEDEJclcsou Kentucky z- s 1Jji e ft Annual Session ofthis Inssitute lf JI I t1r r will opt- o N 7 ndaYaSetem1 16 z9o9 c- 1t f wnha foU corps or teaclle G Y if itiartnb oolt art honor grad to iJltcn h E 4 cunt third T1look till giro lessons G UH wbrlc r q 111 C Jgiat t ie of sti as H Keen enlarged and placed ljn direct confl e ionywit l all tIle GplTdgdl land Universities E- it tate S c o t I a ft 1 The rimaryg and Intt y- s U ho tna h 6rsupport i t j 1 For tatalogues andother lnformatfonuJ Address fIt Sd00y to 9m h tnq 1 I- J Vi 7J Nr vlV tlW r J- J 1 f In I JfiPlUANCE DRUG m n GO e r r r Certainly deserves your patronage r- r a 1 Boctnao wo nbsojulqly Gimmnteo Sltisrl1ct1l fe 1 2 BocriuBowosavo you monoy on EVKUV nrticlo jal r 813hfiatrso wo handle only tho Niter fa 4 Bgimuio wo fill Your Prugerijitons from tho VHIIY to I lIJniily of drugs obtainable thereby pleasing your doctor and at the prune time Saving you Money M- b1 HwmiBo our lint of Drugs are most carefully aeloctcd a bothttato Quality and Variety W fll tI IiJlfaUso Am Drug Patent Medicine Toilet Article WirlCountry HBeaik ibnt you buy your noxt bill from us surd we will j i Shot ou1 Gall for the KW Duuo Sroith and insist on H rPGli GGO Helwon Taut eos Store and Singer Machino building r KENTUCKYlz Lrs52s2E2F2ssa SZS252525252525c5252SZSirc25 sa5522S- N 1 Massage Treatment ill Removes the obstruction which close the pores of your skin Closed pores i mcAns pimples and splotches which ir ritite and look so badnIJ Our artists art trained to doth e work r will find our preparation just I ifadies article to restore that smooth I conplection they once hadUI HOST SHAVING PARLOR f RoIa H Howard Prop 252sr552525rSZaruZrit 14 2a25t252S2Sa5a55 I NOTICE Notie s hereby riven that till persons idobtcd to the Jackson 131ectiric s llydrnulic Manufactur inuCon nnyt tot lights must settle ono before Juno 21st 1009 or legs irocccdings will bo taken tocnro a the payment ofrsiim- O11turla 1ooq in Bankruptcy JiIIusteeCUllC you tLarge riel Uncle ptlti- of Ul le nlf5loIJafA ttrCi- sah tlzeuslitt t h1jrJ11 Ullcll plusTC I1iI Q away A ctotit4i Utrcn- man tl h0rp rap d IMJ I pom 1 BllxurfI r t 1it itfjLLfN CO r td rs Successors to D Flcchor i t1 GgiG tho otir tppi 1t1eJ10ifJ ewejr io still continue ao sileesRttlo old slandjf Con t1 sec uswlll sell any Untr mrirJewoIcry line Noivfrol oop tly arrivinjgr Ilcdrinjr a 811 t t- I 4- h i frr t 1fiI 1 L1r r1I A full line ofmens womens and children Shoes also the famous Emery Shoo at T II 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buyingaprove satisfactory and a pleasure to you IIB I JACKSON DRUG CO K Cor Main and Court Streets f rJaI 1m t iSc1 I I F1-aa r a eea- aI j Th5L1 41 ougIon This is the Question i J Whether it is better to keep your money in drjwcr or safe aijd dplo it out in payments of accounts and bills or to bank it and pay by check There can bo but one answer to this 1 bank it and check it out OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH US y v It will systematize your affairs teach you economy and bring you into contact with the best people of the community Three Per Cent Interest Paid on Time and Savings Deposits I JACKSON DEPOSIT BANKfJACKSON I E TUCKYIIstr sr f The 8 fDigestion Is easy to figure if you know what your stomach is worth Kodol keeps the stomach tpar value by insuring good digestion Kodol cures Dyspepsia f aZ Ktwlol insures gopdJdUKMtIon by ivnormaldigest- Ing all food taken ElerthS stom ach Whllo Kodo Is doing thlsr tho Btomflcli is resting becoming strenghandhealthy sound and active brain r k The man with a sound stomach a stomach that Is doing tortIie body just what Nature intended it lodoIs tho man who is always prepared for any emergency He Is thero with the goods The man with a sick stomach is a man sick all over When the stomach is irritated by undigested food the blood and heart are di rectly affected Then dullness un natural sleepiness stck headaches vertigo and fainting spells and oven serious bruin troublo develop Kodol will prevent these Spurring the stomach and Drain I to special effort by tomlcs and 1 stimulants doesnt cure anything or accomplish any good Neither ascan be averted and corrected only by natural means I f Kodol supplies this Imeans It performs the naturalfwork for Just as tho should perform itwhile atom rich takes a little rest for the stomachs sake Our Guarantee dollar canLuneutrysaythatltbanuotalone t jrood return the bottle to the ilriif elut and 11 refund jour money Without yuewaUoo ur delay We thu pay tbe 4J11glut for the bottle Dont bllal111 f rlhlsotrer Iand to but one In a tawny The Jarre hot lit tie contain E H time as much all tbo arty 4 IRodoll Sold by Jackson y- I Gomp nYt II t- x4 L a v tr r et fty I A L 11 ii i I IIF 1 N Fr R 4j jj yjEOf t A NOVELIZATION OF THE PLAY OF TH S NAME i BY BOOTH TARKINGTON ANDk1ARRY WILSON 1 qJt1 IP fcTaU JBOO BY AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION flj =r i i SIUPTEH xiv iA HLACKMA1L 1KB was still standing wltb the r P lettcftln his hand looklnj nftc 1 r S Ethel when he awoke to tin f realization of what her wordn t Jwcant to him She had given her promise nod she ltd riot mean that 4t fnllrthlll In the worjd should maLe her revoke It That probxjse was sacred to her Just na It It h Bjwkcn 1 before a clergyman In his heart Pike know he would 1hnyeto give In If he was to Sbryond yet he know itk 1 y Ins her temporarily happy ieuIdbe making her eternajly mibItho could have the strcngtE torbold I out against her and refuse to sanction 1 y 4lhe marriage he knew tie crew ol- 5fSrlstocrnts would never accent her t hiout the cash and that by the terms of John Simpsons will could never be theirs without his consent I Of his own hopes he could see but the faintest Rlltnmcvlns He had Ir retrleYablYh oiTeiitled the girl and she would hate Film nil her life for It he S fouled Ills entrance Into her new iiusc of llfo had been unortnilalc ills continuance In It was little else than an Insult according to her way Y r thinking And Jim Cooley whom i I ul Trusted to find the flaw In the J iiHahtle cscutchfon that he knew l bud existed had fated him miserably The lawyer felt turf he was n long way from home Hi sighed and turned to where the sun vms slaking In n a of red across lie bay Then he t tHMrd tho voice of lorncc amid chin Ing with It the ci tured accents ol Lord Hawcastle Apparently they XtOf coming to so t him She had ntpd his rcfu tururU again t3 tho an 4 ravhllo and leane yalnst It Asbe j 44tic so he heard Ilojwq say u t Bnt Ethel says Mr Pike positively 1 1 refuses w iVrcturn he heard Hawcastle reply 1jt 4 Slienve him to nt In ten mluutes I luJwI be us meek as a lamb 4JIIII Pike wondered what fresli- inrgumcnt the arl had to offer nnd 1 mentally steeled himself against It As he looked up he encountered the earli the latter ie j Is a certain question Lssid I would not discuss Uiat with U meant what I said observed Daniel quietly This Is another question went on the other heedless of tho wain lug or nt least unaffected by It Late this afternoon I developed a great anxiety concerning the penalty I Proscribed by Italian law for those fore tunato null Impulsive Individuals who A piuilvc at tho escape or concealment iZ1 f tInunturiuhates vJio are lco f lilI 4 btn irtu smiTi hS67o r all worked up about that r I wiuo you Ilawcastle glared at him but welt on 7 So dtCllly that I ascertained the 1 cpenalty Lr It For the person whose j kind heart has so betrayed him the i Itenalty Is two years Jn prison and Italian prisons I am credibly Informed I are unpleasunt- iykoL ruminated and folded ftU letter dicing in Jail aint much like an En 1Iulvn lie observed n ot your admirable r l tcounthdlUhl not escape It his con I 4llolty were proved If he were caught in the act I will be plain with you These last words had nu ominous haltlj4 p fot10U1 countrymen who for the pur fsot argument Is nt work upon allll1l1lel11 the automobile and afterward withJ the connivance of n friend deceive ttSc oiHeers of the laf and Hlioltcrs time criminal say In a rjom of that lower 2stiltthere He looked about In the growing twi light and pointed dramatically to tile vlndow 1lko now thoroughly Inter I i vl nnd with lila pulse heating a II 1 1 i jld tattoo followed his finger Tho onffor Instance that the shad ow which appears upon that curtain were that of the wanted man Would you not agree then to a reasonable re 11 luosti Daniel swallowed painfully for ho raw In some mariner that that sway Ing window curtain which Mil caught his eye an hour a phad held a dls tlucttnonacp It seemed too bad that I this should be thoJend of It allall the defenses ho had raised for the girl ol his dead friend should be swept away in on Instant by a bltiof folly What would be the naturo of that request he askedI It would concern a certain alUancc might concern n certain settlement the earl replied softly 3TJ ioA If the request were refused wItti ihkIWiWould not trust himself to meet those 1 jI of the nobleman Two years nt least In prison for the American Looks bad forthat American fW yfLord to himVIf this fellow countryman of yours were assured that the law would bl permitted to take Its course if a favorS I able answer to a certain question were i not received In an hour within that i s wouldtiJPike looked up from the letter he ci was twisting In his bands and hIs 4 thIn shoulders took on a squarer attt rVtude He looked his Antagonist square I I 1y In the eye but ho did not raise the qofLila voice q 1twould dPd good deal on t Wkcet rnysbjiiieu you caught It td t iI UtT M JLknow beatt i It7J ilt ft jL t 11 t 6 T- 1rWp S hed tell you bed see you In hnlles Il1rgt nn Instant tin earl looked tlsid llantel and his are wont red white by turns There was n dan gerund hush In jilf oyes and he sUl pod a trifle closer amid half rnlsod his walking stick Then with a muttered oath ho dropped It picked up his hat from the bench whore ho Imd thrown It and walked to the hotel steps v You have an hour he said inonao Ingly turning At tk4eiid of That time we will know wluit to do rDanIel must have stood thore alter HawcasHe had i and the twilight athe dowuawV oped him j with lt8r8irtao9Ase lights cniae out here und thea ft tiini ed nnd I6oko over at the KIeW eC Von irollorhages suit nnil hotEd the shadow stilt on the window blind Looks to RIO like does In this timing and ought to be told he murflMJred lie found his way slowly across the grass and up theHtewhndluuuo ie f moment tapped uiwiit the dmrbLthe Germans rooms The door waTojitfaexl by lUblere who Informed I lta Von Orollerhagen was dressing lie found his friend adjusting his white cravat buforc a mirror Within live minutes he Imd acquainted the other with nil that had passed mind hind received a smile In return Von irollcrhngcn refused to take time matter seriously PoufI ho said Surely you can trust this lord Hawcastlu not to men tloii It lIe must know that the con e quenccs for you as well as for me would be to say the least disastrous Surely you made that clear to him Daniel smiled gently No he answered grimly lIe made It clear to me Two years In jail and If I dont make up my mind In fifty minutes from now to do what ho wants me to do What Is It that be wants you to do asked tho German Time young ladys fattier trusted me to look after her and It I wont prom ise to let her pay 150000 for that well youve seen It around here havent you I have obsonrcd It It you refer to the son of Lord Hawcastle answered Von Grollerhn ell gravely Well If I dont agree to that Ivanoff goes to Siberia mud you and I to jail Von Grollerhugen looked at him quickly He threatens that What do you Intend to dor1 I cant agree There wouldnt be any trouble to It If It was only me They could land mo for two years or twenty lint I cant do what they want even to let you and tvanoff out It nlnt my money All 1 can do Is u limit that you get out right away a w2I 1LII tM flYou could get n 3too my friend said the German watching hlmKoftly You had not thought of that No sir and Im nut going to think of It But you As for me I shall go said Von Grollerhagen standing up Well thats part of tin load oft my mint 1 havent had the nerve to tell that poor fellow In there though Von Grollerhagen motioned to HI blere Appallez le monsieur hal he com mantled and pointed to the other doom of the chamber The man opened 1 ut once and beckoned to IvanofT IvanotT some unexpected dllllcul ties have arisen said the German The police have discovered your pres ence here and persons who wish evl1 to my friend have threatened to make trouble He can do nothing further to save you unless he betrays a sarrC1 trustIts time truth old man said Ian lei feelingly I cant do It For a moment the Uusslan refugee staggered nnd supported himself with his hand on the table lhen hu looted up fI thank you for what you hay tried to do Von Grollerhngon went on In time meantime my friend believes Naples a safe place for me Arid so nut wledorsoheu i Pike extended his hand which the German took Goodby loc and God bless yon I he said And Von Grollerhagen squeezed Pikes fingersVTo our next meetljig ue said aid In a moment was goneV CHAPTEK XVAV HES A nussiAx NOBLE iTI HI instant be bad disappeared Ivanoff crossed rapidly to the small table near the bedroom amid picked up u cigarette from a box thnt lay there with u howe jI thought BO Itnwstmni be HitIl nnd Ju anftw r tO- iimnt Pikes Ibok4oflntiu ty miutmyotii Crleud lie tlm r Von Oolltrhngell IHn t lJlnphe Isu itusglan not puly thttme II nUsslan nol he IV5e II tuabuiiirec1 ways Jhat y1 u caniiov- He helped us thU afternoon feald Daniel but Ivanoff did pot seem to hear him 1 have felt It Inevitable that I should go back to Siberia ever since I cnmc here I Perhaps began Daniel but the other Interrupted I There Is no perhaps for me There has never been a perhaps slimed I met Helene my wife she who sent me to the mines sue nod my dear Kngllflh friend I For n moment Daniel was thought ful then ho looked up lIullIIIWlmt was his name GlenwoodI shall never forget It the ItusulaV replied He had contracts with the ministry of finance lie supplied hydraulic machinery to the government The name Olenwood menus nothing to you and there ore a million Ualenea In France 1 pai4 t I w- tf waJIlnlrncame UJMUI the dQOr It U the corabU nlorll ho saldbonrsoly timid shfsnk hackiNot yet inswcrwl Pike iill tty backr rOQIIIyew itfI niirnwjiurjiJndB Intojhe discard until- were ssl atmil I guesa well keel on le waited a inompHt untJV 1t retlr d hnd tk ciied r MarIIlOostoetlwltiiii bow g ckhtRtl a- ek 4- hhtmt11 with hr n few M Q- Yhvet8 slier IIpre iir reptl rll her W conic rlkt STTAH C JniuinanJ he went OH aiTt idy Creed jijpwfra in time doorway When bo id clpseil the dour behind Jier she said coldlywiy brUthierini4c ftg timt name one well fleclualstedtwltli it18 qrim gcrSlmpftons nmbltlf MS mind her Inher nature Should jiijt time case fiialfyto youbre we proceed to extremities she said4VVyes nwara answered Daniel Vy brotherinlaw has made u aware 6ftlic state of affairs and wi ore all quite In sympathy as to what should bo lOne to you but In the kind ness of on hearts we condone youi offense If you accede to our reasona tile Ilmatids Daniel looked at his watch In twenty minutes ho asked In twenty minutes she replied frigidly You say he told all of you Did tit tell Miss Ethel Daniel naked tIlt has not been thought proper Young girls should be shielded fron everything disagreeable she answer ed pompously anti Daniel grlrncd Yes niaihi he said That wa the Idea th t feot me Into this trouble You see I know your Interest In be- lIe handled nil her accounts If you dont mind well omit nl tradcsmanllkc references rcmarko the old lady acidly It has boon sug- geSted that you uiukc this opposltloi H OHCM ucH keep on rnlslny because you have ft Fcntlmentnl Inter est In the young lady yourself W can coinproheud no other ground Me eruoed Daniel In surprise You cant compnhcnd Hut you car comprehend I could have no hope cant you One never knows replied Lad Creech loftily vVe hud thought tt offer her all nlllauce with a fanillj thnt for 700 years Yes inanm I know Crecy nm Aglnoourt interjected Pike but sh paid no alttenllon Ins novor been sullied by the lost Ideals of tr Vile mind barter Walt a uilnute MM reed sal Daniel quickly tugging tit his coai pocket Ive got n letter rlglit her that tells mo your brotherinlaw wa lu business and 1 respect him for It only n few years ago A letter front whom demanded the lady angrily rising Jim Cooley our vice consul at Lou don He8 vs Mn Hnwcastle Mr Hawcistjo ejaculated Lady 4reech v 4 o fVV Yel I cnn call a or ers eolotiol but I dont Juattkubw how tNMehe onlS1YU haveCver hero for tkoae tblngB 1 dont mean any dlst respect Just let me runon In my own JlmHII1 your brotherinlaw wainbunlnesa In Russibe s ttt1ltor an Idea had occilrnidtfl l1 JaIa in 1tijssiliriiti5M- zei4hy Why didnt 1thIa- ifiisnc i mieot Our ddCIai1VVIV- VbeLnapyim iUul Cregh begnrib1t- b lute ted Xcvciy dia i Ho wnslu business in nuwla Ii8f1t he was peddhings- liooStriimgS wemcrwurstbo screamed lloiiwiliroJqblyho stopped a moment mUmtiooked at her lie did not have conflicts with the rOYyt1unent for hydraulic immaciminery I RUpposeV he tensely The old JEven the Ills torte name she replied proudly I DaniryentiyGlenwood be asked quickly t Is Tour nind canderlag asked Lady Creech Qleuwooq Prlorj Is the name of the property Ilawcastlo inb r Ited from Ills mother Can you state Its connection with the subject Daniel almost staggered vrttb the thought tbe knowledge that tame to 111 Ira 1AOkaj J a tr VV 1 t of 7 + oM p Siao Ilnrc you crcr htanl cf thcjiamc ofIJltuirodiir1 lic liked rJlcilj Thats how lie protected It lu said He tok time hAute 0Gl11IIwood Godriioves In n his wonders to perform I Iady Creed tell your brolher tnlaw be can hay hla answer herou ten niloutos As she swept from the room In dig allied amazement Pike rank Into I chair for a moment mud fairly glowec with eagerness T tT tUEn taV irou hnvc pains in tho lincl venlc lllwkor any other indies ton of It wenkoppd or disorder ondition oflho kidneys or bhu1 cr you should not UeAVitts Kit icy and lilnddor Pills riylit nxvn when you cxjiprierce tle lea siin of kidney or bladder con plaints but be sure tlmt you ce Dc Wills Kidney and J ladder I Pus Vo knojv what tiny door I y n mind if you will send jour I mmo to E U DeWitt V 0IChicazo nnd you will receive reo trial box of these kidney ni d 1 ladder pills They arc sold 1emtI y lastson Druir oI1lnventoSir Humphry Davy the littemsiorIthe Davy lamp found hove Vf n deluHlnii If not a mmro ritinIo his mother ho said I nm till ilest of moil In this hope of n unloi I with a dwonnui equally distinguish i or virtues talents and accomplish U III tIItfVhiI xi letter to lIt hnltlllr e exisressesjlIis rapture this Mrs llllr 1 tomarry mo Lhvi14irII 7- ttI TJvri1 r potelll Ics lSsIdow miA have Iweli a lajl1 on wssessoil great powers of fusclna losIfor Sir Henry llollniiil ninkiH I I neutlnn of heir as a Indy wins mido mob n iicJisntluu in Edinburgh society hat evireIus professor did ihlnk It bononth his scholarship to oI town till his Uneos In the street to fas un hor hjo ihc sequel need not be welt upon further than to lUll that time marriage turned out to be alto ether a mllltuk1I Chamberlain S oinuch ansi Liv er Tuilcts gently timuln e time liv er and bowels to xcl poisonous matter cleans lhe system cures const pi lion imd sick luuduclie Sold by Jacksol Drill CV The uipus The quIpiiH upil which time ancient Peruvians kept tjwr recortls and ac counts consisted a thick main cord with smaller corii tied to It nt certain distances Ipon these smaller curtIs time knots were tiphity menus of which the reiHonlng wns ptTOe length pt the main rupo 7frtjd from n foot to several yard Tl cords were of vn rlous colors each xlth Its own proper meaning as red Ir soldiers yellow for gold white ti silver green for corn and so on J reckoning Seems to loire been large regulated by tho distances of tboki ts from the main cord and the Rcquoi e of time branches New York A merlin fThe best tiilNnjde iuo Dc Wills Little Earl sV tlio famous little liver pills Ilicy arc small plensunt sv to tako nnrt let promptly Tr nro sold by Jackson Drug C Fergimon ana he PhabbitsV Robert Forgnsson ic poet was flrs4 matriculated at St idrows untversl tyJII tho session c 17gj5 it wa frcnehibuI+ The c gq tnslI JftpfSrtea with i unb 4 e rmaj iWgtisson bu helm cal gouce r lefted what il ed lInes I For rabbits iI b1t eM For rabbit PorfrbMts t eugh Our thanhoJVVt had Mioushl i ft amity be n l Ltlcalct1 n i t IlioV5tflTlI s U 1f medicipefo r J G1sain1crlniimco1ic1ib trtRod cIiic1r g or cilihirCu and Juckeon j Sullby Drug Co i l ci 2 lb 4 I IIi C 1 oreneS of tho muscles whrthI er indlfcJ by violent exercise or itijt is quickly relieved by the I reel KlhtiCtt iouoC Chnmbor luins Li1imMit This limmcnt n liiidly valuable fur nuiscuhu riicunutimftnd nl ttmIS ulFortlt quick reli istSoldlby Juako t trug Vo tCytiW 1ialf1r1 1S hiy sal- I1dwii tihiie Llrckt yo- urssls o r1Ie tfils tmoiskr4- cllh m nfI4ItI Mwlr nRUUIot Iii II91ilWi4ttt lie idd4sl N- airll a ilhe isfore I- etelrsrDeIIsetor I 1 q Y heri thi stonmctu fntliJ Joopr drtisits IIctiM6 thebwos be Jpdl1tllfkhhllfus tliscsses Tho stoiivach nnd IiIti must bo rtored to n heal thy cfmditicn and Chainborain Stomach and LiVcr Tablets can l e lipomled upon tcdoit Iviyto vile und nfoiSt effective Sold by Jackson Dnrtr Cn THE RUSSIAN PEASANT Stupid and Poor a Good Fellcw Whe Merely Exists The Iusslan peasant does not live ue merely exists Mtchevo It I lothlng I he merely pays whoa any JUntlerstU panacea tud yet the Russia moujlk U really a lime fellow Ordinarily U r Konnard ells us In his tcoli The llugslau Peasant he Is u t plcudlil well built auu largo Iluibod large bonded ami jealtby He Is equally uuuffocteil by- J j degreea of frost or twenty glixKon of ndkn lIe In clothed In uncured sheep skins and caixles In winter more I lollies thnn the average UnglUImmu could Biaiul up In- Ho In unspeakably stupid however timid his dream uf hnpplnciM U to gorge to Bleep an much an possible through tbe winter and dance mulish wing lu tho summer Rut the strangers first ob jectloti to iso nioujik Is that he BtnclH not because lie does not wash hum self As u matter of fact In every vii huge there are public bnthB baazn 1111unlorjoins cloanllnoas The Russian peasant Is always poor and generally In theist lie plotvs the land In the same way bust His father e y UJ1II 1YU lIrTirc flOW 10 pay the governors tau If he says Mo cannot pay he U logged or pcrlmp- bo will sell part of his next year1 I power of vorkI e work for noth- ilug for seventh mouths to raise a loan and of course hu U worse oft than ever the following lIrIOn fhrlMtmas mar riageable village girls go out Into tho Ktrects and meet their young tumult and one says What Ii your name Tbe young man answer Foma and alma replies Sly hUHbaudrt mine Is Konja Sonic days later at the girls homo relations art gathered together Then1 comes a knock nt the door TIme sta rosta timid the young man enter carry ing loaves of brutal The stariwta rays Goinothlng like this Ve are jcrmaii poopli come from Turkey We are liuntum good fo lows There was a time once In our country when we saw Kfrango foo4 prints In the snow and may friend tho prince lucre NJIW them and wo thougil they might be a foxs or umrtenH foot pruits or It might If those of n beauti ful girl We hunters we good fcl lows are detetrmlnod not to rust till we have found the animal We have been In nil cities from Germany to Turkey and have sought for this fox this imirUii or this princess and at lat vt liave peon time name stningo foot prints lu till snow again here by your court Arid we have come In Conic let us take her the beautiful princes for we see her lu front of us or can it bo that you would keep her till she grows a little older Thus docs the moujlk ask for a wife Gel DcWitts Carbolixod Witci- Ifiszcrnlve when you zJe fr it There arp irjrt1 o tvmnrjv imitntions JIJinliiilvoJHJitieidyfaiiijis I y Jackson P vi r o iWeul Love Her That 1QIiVVQovge4t eXclHIIHeJ It wk ilie Inisbemmd lve 1 e1 the mmewspismer of a wwali y4m SHttdenljt stricken 4Mr hdeJstoritJ Do y ker 1Vgiu1iVlosc her r replied mVmiar uldnt IpvejJ- reb It the happy f tiSPPii 6M bach or sf A I C Here Is RfHef for Wo y ncn non lrnvcJnisin in the hack LJrimry lfnl1dcr or ICidnoy irquWc Rndwant n rcrtnin pious fat lJVt 1 i rrom Womens flisV rt JiI i Gravs ustralinn flifarO reliable IOMI iHtor ana rcliovps nil Fi imlfl Weld1iincluding inlliumtion md ulcoiRtions Mother Ginys ViistralinnLoal lsolti by Drug istorsent by mail for BO cents inmplo sent free Address Time Mother Gray Co Le RoY1 4t tA t- t J tt 1 iVVI r a = 1 J WVV A Romance of Progress By ALBERT PAYSON TERHUNE CJAL1LEO The Man Who Would Take Nothing for Granted A irywrold JtolUjttlwIPffcteaU al KUMt ai ti vero ittidysit drehmliiK In the tTy shad pwa of the Visa Cathedral one day In- j f 180 And from his dreams arose MMHO of the greatest Inventions and discoveries over accomplished The boy was Oalllco oldest sot of an Ian poverished Florentine nobleman Ha Itild spent lila childhood devising clover mechanical toys out of the scantiest materials had dabbled In literature uud painting ag he grew IUP bad sought to become a monk and had beets persuaded by lire fa ther to study medicine Instead The young medical Btudont as ho sat In tho cathedral foil to observing the great bronze chandelier Hint hung by a tong rod from tho root Instead of remaining motionless the chande lier vibrated almost Imperceptibly to and fro Galileo wondered why Tm thousand other ItalIans had seen that swaying lamp and had taken Its list IUOl1 for granted Hut Galileo had away of taking nothing for granted From Idly watching the bronze lamps movements ho began to note them more carefully Ho aaw that they wi r6 rhythmic and that whether tho ocouillelI lleo wonder why 1U pet hlniHolf to study tho cause The rcisults of his studies wore gradual and occupied forIHo know nothing of mathematics but In time working out of the vlbrat Inglamp problem nmthmnatlos would be necessary So ho throw over med icine flint bocnmo a innthematlclan Time throb of that cathedral chanda tier started him to pondering over A theory propounded T MforoiLu nwcIthe earth rovolven about It Also that tho varlpiiB stars and the knoon hays a similar system of rotation tbtIr know more of tho matter Hd wits na content to tsLo fur cntnleJllp 4J4V Hn MJ tTMkHM tj i lIun circled about IL nut to go jItho Into the matter ll was feces to study tho heavens This he had no competent inonni of doing So ho went to work ilertelbic Much means Some years eorllor H Mhldltv burg optician had ground hits ot glass In such a way na tq magnify objects seen through thorn Tho experiment had not amounted to much Hut Gal hnpruIlnllens In certain position toward each other anything seen through tho two would bo enlarged This Is lift prln ciple of tho modern opcraglasii Its experimented until he Wax able to lICmlnjIyIsfy him Ho continued grinding lenses at various naghes of refraction until he had perfected an Instrument that would magnify 32 fold In other words he hnd made a telescorio Turning this on the heavenly bodies ho at once revolutionized all astron omy Europe went wild at the airmjlng Invention but It stirred up countless rivals and enemies for tine inventor Galileos amazing declaration that the earth moved was seized Upon by these rivals who carried It tu tu Inquisi tion with tho claim that it tended to deny certain passages of Scripture and was therefore heretical Tho In quisition always eager to torture or put to death any gocalled heretic warned Galileo to advance no more such dangerous theories In reply ho wrote a book satirizing his opponents and even hinting that tho Inquisition Itself lacked the highest Intelligence As a result he promptly found him self In trouble Ho was again brought givenTheProclaiming the lure or of recant i Truth hag his stntcmont WI1Srcrtir OB his knees that 11eeHeat ot wratb Ju 11eV 1I iqvoh lie was im1mrhtoneVf ulslton dungeons for ah IndlflH period but through the Influence of powerful friends was later allowed I to go freeVJ Hut after his troubles with time In Qulsllton tho inventors spirit arid health gave way Ills children died many of his friends deserted Win went hopelessly blind Yet even eI his blindness and old ago his harked buck tp tio phenomenon of tIme swaying cathedral lamp that had t incited his whole care r Working on tIlt same theory of rhythm ho In vented the pcnduljin and applied Its use tn clockmaklng Tbis was hutsV last achievement before In IG 12110 tilled He had been born on the day of JHchclangelpp death And the dny of his death alsa witnessed th bhh- Ut till great Sir Unao Newtouf owoIcope lum To him above all we owe our Knowledge or astronomy and of the tsartUs niotlon I 1 CopyrhItc44V I t ll tysJ 1 i LElLWEvyscsiZimSl I5VW ltDN Itl rElt J fl p j kIIJ I 41 0 L Jnll5f r OKJct Ii r- Klkatav j OnkdaloJ 0 Wi J 81Tnhieu to 48HUnloJdFincnstlo 7 Ifi S 8 02 J Torrent 7 80 l11 8 V15 2JNailC1nJlton Jet 18 8 61 S 28Vi Dundee 7 52 I Oi 8i 4 42Hosslrn r MVln 20l10WynnulotteAvon 9 82 t 40 10 Oi 12ArNoKAST I lAt A M Lv Lexington 2 25 7 35 iMontroso 2 88 7 JU MWnntlotto I2L42VIIl10Rosslyn 22Dundeo 9Natuuil4flTorrentFirCHSlIn 5 00 XO 08 nHt37V 10OI A r Jackson 0 10 1120 CONNECTIONS L E JUXCTIONTTftlnsNM 1 nml 3 will nnn1 conticctiojis 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