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r i The Brcathjtt News
Published Every liMay
CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI AYEAf
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1 Local and Personal
LJi11 jj i iiifl iT gnmiiTiTM
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puiNK wAiNscorrs pop
Frorih brciul and butter at Had
dixs
John Cmft of KcuiBFoau was
lioro on busincM Tuesday
Stop with lliirj Bros nt Heed
hotel when in Lexington
t Sam Callahan of Canoe WIIS
u hero Tuesday on business
IIIirk of Stanton cam <
tip Wednesday fora few dayJi stay
John Brown 11 of Lambnc
wn here nst week attending court
TIl ix hasLjnoved Into
Mrs Davis house on College ave
nile L Parrotl of Hobbins was vis
King relatives hero the lirst of the
week
j Mlddlosboro wns selected by the
t Jr 0 U A M for their mooting
In WOi
II 11 Kolth constable of tho
Sprinu Fork preohict wits horo on
business lust week
William Koborts and John W
I llnrdin of Clay Hole returned
I Monday from Irvine
Willio Kash of rJJxlll ton is
vifiting hte cousin II C Hurst
I anti othorrolaUves here
I Dont fail tQ got our ont prleos
on Ladies and Misses Show
HADDBN lluos
I Gebr0 L PAtrick of Stanton
IGc here t Ming how to our inor
cimnU during the past week
I Illram D Back of Stovenson
was hero Saturday after a loud of
i r goods for his store nt that place
Flrcsloln it Kustors store will
Il otosod next Thursday nud Fri
day on account of the Jewish Now
Year
Dentistry practiced in all itti
branchoahy the Cincinnati Inin
loss Dentist Ollice at the Arling
ton hotel
Miss Abbio Bailey returned from
the cily Tuesday where she pur
chased n flaw mid oomplolo nloeh
ftlQulatof millinery A w
Mr and Mrs Biucoinbo Walter
were visiting Mr and Mrs Everett
Buck at Cannel City from Satur
day till Monday
Miss Margaret Basket returned
from tftocity last week where she
selected a complete itock of now
fall millinery for Day Bro Co 1
Mr anti Mrs P H Harri left
Thursday morning to visit rela
tives in Wyoming county West
Virginia They will ho absent
about ten days
Mr + Kllhuo Clcmons of dem
ons returned last week from Louis
ville where she underwent a suc
cessful surgical oporation She is
much improved in health
Flint Davis of Lost Creek and
I B Combs of Clay Hole re
turned Mdnday from a trip down
tho river They had to tie up
their rafts at Ueatlyvillo on ac
i count of tho lowness of the tide
Kobert Turner was arrested at
Irvine by Simon Gross a Deputy
Shoritr and brought hero Monday
unddcHvcrcd to Jailer Little Ho
is charged with horse stealing and
his examining trial has been set
for next Saturday
Religious services will ho con
ducted at Mrs Surihla Shorts
near tho mouth of Jolts Creek
1 on Saturday September 29 and
at tho Vino of Isaac Terry Sr
on Turkey Creek on Sunday Sop
andtenhar
others
r RA Tho Cincinnati Painless Dentist
has located in Jackson with ofllco
at tho Arlington Hotel Any one
wishing to have dental work done
should call and got consultation
All work executed without pain
by tho latest and improved meth
ods Sec ad in another column I
Tho James Shelby Show gave
one performance hero Wednesday
which was tho best AVO have ever
seen in Jackson Tho best of or
der prevailed which wan in mark
ed contrnst to tho show hero last
knew there is
year but then you
quite a difference in county affairs
then and now Lot us always be
on the improve We are proud
of the change
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Attacked I
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At the Court House
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Door and Threat I
ened With Death
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1 have been threatened withI
death by a certain man here if II
print his trnmu in Tint Nuws It
is the province of a newspaper toI
print lhoftous If in so doing
it is necessary to use his name f
will do so just as other people I
names aro used All Inl is jf I
1 violate the law let me he pun
ished by the court Ieta not
ready to be assassinated or mur
i dered
I have been in public life for
I more than twenty yoapgnd have
i had TJitire oVlEl8lIus1UeT3 with
every man in the county having
held a public ollico a considerable
portion of that time and hold one
now by the grace of tho good peo
ple of this county
I Imo never committed breach
of tho peace against any one nor
do 1 go forth armed I have never
boon attacked but twice and both
of those were made by the same
man at tho samo place thc first
nearly five years ago tho other
Thursday Both occurred at the
court Ito tj door whore every
man has a right to feel safe
NOTICE
I want to Impress upon my
friends that unless they pay their
taxes in a short time tho law com
pots mo lo collect ajionalty on
nine This would bo an unplons I
ant duty for nieso I insist that
you pay your taxes immediately
and spare mo this trouble and I
yourselves the expense
Yours Itaspectfnlly
Bniioii CKAWKOUD Sheriff
A reception was tendered lion
111 Bryan at Ix > uUvillo Wed
nesday Leading Democrats from
alloyor the South were thoro to
moot ifijii Moro than 21x peo
ple hcanl his speech at the Ar
I mory Wednesday night
Mitt Arvin utll Fraxier an hafts
count of whoso illness appeared
last weeks NKWS dicdJit the hot
In1m ti8xihfon Inlitrll t1hyu
weak ago Her remains were
brought home and buried in Utoj
family graveyard near tho mouth
of Cano Creek
II C McChosney has ° with
drawn from tho race for Auditor
in tho State primary giving as
his reasons that on account of the
high entrance fee it would cost
more money to make the race than
the salary of tho oflico It Seems
that under tho now Democracy
none but the rich can afford lo run
for ollico
Inns Ntnvs is sorry to note the
resignation of Deputy Sheriff S
U Stidham which was tendered
Brock Crawford Sheriff of Breath
itt county on last Friday which
was n complete surprise to Mr
Crawford After a settlement was
made Mr Stidliam received a re
ceipt in full for all monies col
lected by him during his term of
ollicc Mr Stidliam has a better
position in view which was Iho
causa of his resigning
7 L McCoy who has been
Deputy Collector of this division
with headquarters here for the
past six years left last Sunday
for liichnYund whither he has
been transferred and > where he
will havo charge pf his new Divis
ion Mr McCoy mode many
friends hero during hit slay hav
ing held this position longer than
ant one before him and it is with
inuetrt rcgrot that ihcy sco him
leave They however wish him
much success in his new field
Louis Howard who was arrested
for the murder of Galen Mann
about two years ago had his
examining trial last week before
County Judge Taulbco and was
held to answer in a bond which
tri gave James Patton was
sentenced to tho
pgnilonliary i
for two years at tho February I
tornrof this court for this crime
Tho evidence in that trial tended
lo connect Howard with the crime
but Iho witness who sworo out
tho warrant was not before tho
grand jury
juryCOUNTRY
COUNTRY BACON
The New Meat Man has it Next
door to the bank v
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CINCI N N ATJ l1
PAINLESS DENTJST t
OFFICE AT ARUHSTM llT L
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i a old CfOyf1i t
OrcC 1111 row rti
Bridge Wo i 1 i
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Qd d and Silver Fi1lrl s
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1 Prices Reas u Ie
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Darilistrij J will insert 7 I t
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Cooper Declares JfI1Ianlhr1
hulgo Archibald P Cooper who
for years has been the Democrat
leader in Magoflin county has
kissed goodbye to Democracy tind
joined the Kepublican party At i
the Kepublican county a convention I
held at Snlyorarillo on August IN
iludgo Cooper made a red hot i
spcccli denouncing machine politics
and declaring his allegiance to tho
Republican cause lie urns made I
a member of tho committee onI
resolutions and I was named as a
delegate to tho Pikoville convert
tion but his enfeebled condition
tfrcvcnted his making lire trip
Judge Cooper is a brother of
Judge John Edoper of Mt i
Starling and father of C JIInl
J II Cooper of tJI15Ji He
has always been an aclifj Demo
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cral and has been elected to oflice
in Magoflin county several Union
Ho think it tike honest people
condemn the political tactics of
such mon aj Fmnk Hopkins and
lies promised lpniake a number of i
npoecfiec for Johji W Langle be
tnvn the nminirt niula The loss
of Ju lgo Cool cei wilf Sit 1i bI
n uro in the Democratic vote of
Magollin county and the H pulJI
licnns are bent on giving John
Langley 800 majority in Magollin
Iuintsvillo Herald
KING PI ION K 2T
When you want any J indof
Meat or Fancy Groceries
Stole a March on Sam Henry
lxves sweet triumph was again
enacted in Lexington Tuesday
morning when It Eo Mason of
Bridgeport Ala and Misa Lillio I
Hurst of Wilhursl Ivy AVOJO I
united in marriage at the homo of
Rev I J Spencer The marriage
ceremony was performed at nine
oclock Tnofiday morning and the
young couple iinmcdialoly loft on
the Louisville Southern train for a
wedding trip through the South
Tho romance which torminalcd
in an clopcmenl began some years
ago The groom is a railroad con
tractor and while occupied in
building n railroad in KastorqKon
lilcky he met tho girl who isflow
his bride If was n case of mutual
love but parental objection pro
vented their union Afterward
thou iwl of mUes intcrvencj but
the lovers ne laspaired Com
municalion was lent Ulltlltlll
last an ngrconient Vyas roaohed
whereby they shoult meet without
the knowledge of the prides par
ents and their marriagc solcmnied
As n result tho l tlileft hel
l omo ostensibly to visit friends at
Winchester and it was there tho
groom met her Monday night
They came to Loxinglon together
the slime night and socuring a
license were married Tuesday
morning A married sister of tin
bride who had been taken into
confidence and Ball connived al
the wedding was the only wit
ness and tho old adagg of where
theres a will theres a way again
c
proved to be true
mho bride is a daughter of Mr
and Mrs Sam IIX Hurst mid her
father is County Court Clerk of
Breathilt county Tho family oc
cupy a high placdln the esteem of
their neighbors Tlid bride is 11
pretty girl of 23 She was mar
noel in her traveling costume
Lexington Leader xt
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Kosewond Cog t r4 t 1111 Jr
O U A MM tdliave a lag
raising anl Bibll jfAscnlalion at
iTi 1
the lower M < i
on Saturdn1
Ball and
speak at 2
for all P
By virti o n N i 7
in favor of 11L Jon Nor
ton Co vs P I fiTntosh lnd
Thomas iros wi issued from
tlin Clerks oflice 1II1ir08tlit
Cirouit Court noW iily liundi
for collection I lV 6ib of ttij
deputies will on
monday Sent I 24 1906
btitween tho hours of 12 oclookm
and ii oclock p mJt at the Court
HousMdoor in th loin f Jack
son Broathitl OifiHy 1 y expose
to public sale to the 1 iliest bid
leI the following prMerty or
so much thereof as may jc neces
airy to satisfy tim amount of the
plaintiffs debt intpKblind costs
and Sheriffs comnjjirfaifs towit
One town lot lymainajl being it
Breathitt Cod toJS t Jon High
land avenue 1p Jnokson Ivy be
ginning at the gorier of Kwolanc
street tluJ Iljghlanji avenue llionct
with the lino of id lli lilaiK
avenue 50 feet tt > Harlan ItJcos
I corner ihcncc fith said Hicos
line to C1 Lilt s line thence
thcncolth
with said Littles no to Kwolanc
street thence itaid line to tin
beginningSaid is to IK sold subject lo
n mortgage whit Harlan Hiee
holds against it fo 5000
I Levied upon as me property of
P B Mcintosh a defendant in
said execution r
lriniPnlr 387 50
Intcrcstv Oo JA 101 OU
Clerks costs r n or I i
Shs ills cost r 3U 35 j
jAdoltisinJr
Advertising A i 0 00 I
Jolnl 5J2 111
Terms time e till ue inado on a
credit of three nidjtUhs bond with
approved socuriu jrcluiced bear
ing interest at ihliatoof aifyiei
cent por tiiiiiiui f maiy ur 9V
and having t Le lucTSpr a replevin
bonda t
Witness my Illuluitha 30lh
day of AHffijst 10t I 7
BISKCK CKAW nI B 0
By S B STI i l SAi
NO 1 1
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All plrsons 1nWJIUttin8t
the estate of Lt Wfc i rocs ilo
ceased are rciitjnjjd lo present
them properly prgvQn To the tin
dersigned adminfetnjtriic for jiny
meat or have them IjarrcJ so far
II 1 nm ctllcfrn dI
MA11TJI A KKOSS
Ih illltrlltlix
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Pu ale a
AH n miniatri xif the cslllte
of Lewis Gros cCI ed I will on
SJ1eHlU r lu JOOIi
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on till premises ollpnr Ul dli1
Breathitt County lye piler for
sale to tho higher uidjuoat luddor
the articles herei ftot namjpd to
wit One boise one Uit nK Jia than e
talus fencing win thrct stands of
bees ono blacktiiiith J > SllOp and
tools ono pair of rtlrg4ogohash
stand dresser imwl Md hitcher
two picture frames t P lbj wool
one cot ono clwk am rile gun
one table one > ll inne and corn I
aiuno auger
IIlgelL I
L brnce and to hits Poke augur I
and two pairr > rlScrs1 c nci
mill and boi 10 railroad ties I
105 railroad l nilroad tics
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Woidaruy a complete line of Wood Mantels
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rOur mantels arc of beautiful d signy and arc
excellently manufactured t Y V
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V crhaye many patterjis from which to select I
i fronFtlic daintiest base to the heaviest ca iirct
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Catalogues mailed upon request
COMBS LUMBER CO r > I
q 20i EAST MAIN STREET JOTIljJQ E 13 l Tit 1 + t
No U1JV WEST IIIGILSIKEE w BOTH PHONES No 25Tit <
o LEXINGTON KENTUCKYo
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G0 railroad tics 9 railroad ties 2
feather beds sj r
All artiness Ilmg for more than
5 will bo sold on six months lime
with approved security All arti
ells soiling for loss than 5 will be
solf for cash in hand
MARTHA GROSS I
Allministrnt ri x 1
WANTED
WEST VIRGINIA
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150 Timber Cutters I
and Millworkers
Tho wages fair work stoadyof
tjio men are Wrlto iL you want
Whut I would prefer that you
stajt without writing Vo need
liolp quickly
D G COURTNEY
8850 CHARLESTON W Va
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PUBLIC SALE
OF
harm Live Stock c
ON TUESDA7s4vPTEMBEK
18 13Qtiun the promises Iwill
sell at public auction tllt farm of
the late Henry C Gicon
taming 1S7J acres and situated on
tho Howards Mill Pike seven
miles cast of Mt Sterling ono
milo from a beautiful church and
close to a school Tho farm has a
largo twostory frame house with
ten rooms two halls and four
porches a never failing spring
withwntcr forced to house ama
II I 111 wntcr If Jll t V IWLI t > 11 14
barn by a hydraulic mm two ten
ant houses a barn that holds R
acres of tobacco corn crib and
other outbuildings It has an
abundance of fruit apples pears
poaches plums grapes and small
fruit and is nil in grass except
about 10 acres in cultivation It
has several springs besides the one
big spring and ponds with Slate
Creek running the full length of
the piece 1
TEKMS OF SALKOnclhird
cash the remainder in one and two
years at thin usual rate of interest
At the same time and place I
will sell Live Stock Farming Imj
plcments rouseholdllnd Kitchen
Furniture Salo at 10 a KitchenI
For further information address
G K AKJISTUQVO Mt Sterling
J K Oitunns Winchester
HRS EMMA W GRAVES
K K1No 4 Mt Sterling Ky
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HEADACHES
HEADACHESI
and I YIS1 RAINS
Many who have for years
sulfured intensely from
chronic sick headaches
using drugs of all kinds
without any benefit have
found immediate and poi
maraent relief in
SESe
eyestrain was tho
cause Wo remove the
cause and our euro is
lasting
SftTISFftceTIOtl GUftRfttlTEED
8 B1 FLEENOR J
JEWELERiAND OPTICIAN
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to see us during tho past week Thoy tell us
F that they are well pleased with our Tine andour o
liveami let live policy of doing business and o
aF also that they intend to continuo with us be
came it is saving them money to do solVe rF
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orTi us a triad11a will be
pleased to have yon call on us when you como o
tto Jackson Lt
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F Upping to seo you soon w6 are yours truly
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At Breathitt County NcvsOffice a
MANY MEMORIAL S
There are many memorials erected
to commemorate tho deeds of those
who have passed on but whatever
their form may ho no person of
natural sentimonU feels like dis
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ponsing with a suitable market to
designate tho last restingplace
Doufwast5 time looking nronnd
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coirioiore first I havo the mono
anent you want
R M SHEL JACKSON KY

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