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Mrs James L Moore is quite
sick
J 0 Patrick of Lykins was
here Monday
Call up No 5 for groceries and
country produce
fudge Alex Strong of Ice
county was a visitor hero Monday
John A Dull has purchased tli
T O Hack business house 01
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Hroadway
BrondwayCoca
Coco cola and other delicious
loft drinks at Archie Copes on
Broadway
BroadwayMrs
Mrs Clarence Hadden is visit
jug her home folks in Clarks and
Montgomery counties
A C hash of Lnndsaw was
visiting his sons Kullnml Ely
Kiwh the first of the week
A marriage license has been is
sued to McCngcr Ncaco of Ned
and Miss Lurinda Arrowood ol
Canoeirs1
irs1 B McLin and child i
treturned last weal from n visit
r her father andodder relatives
Ewing Va
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N Miss Alvin Wilson of Hid
mend AmiMrs II E Ony of
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fir r r 11 4 viiting
Mrs Clyde Curryviiting
fI J Evorsolc of Hazard has
been appointed U S Com
sioncr of this district with J
quarters at Hazard
Samuel E Patton an
have moved to Cartcrsvilli
where Mr Patton will engage in
tho lumber business
Mrs J E JnnJt and children
returned last wcckffrom ft visit to
Mrs Langs mother and other rel
ativcs in Morgan county
Rev C M Summers goes on
Monday September 1C to attend
the Slate convention of the Chris
tiiin churches at Latonia Ky
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Tho many friends of Mrs Win
Moore of Elkatnwa are irlnd to
I learn that she is able to be out
i again after a spell of sickness
Joseph Hagins wife and la nigh
ter returned Tuesday to their
home near Georgetown after a few
days visit to relatives and friend
fhete
t Mr Scolield a timber denIer
t who makes his headquarters at the
Ir Ewcn Hotel was injured quite
severely at Elkatawa the first oC
the week while loadingV a car will
III yS
J John W Reynolds who lies
on Miller Brunch has been mak
ing war on tho snakes in his neigh
borhood lIe killed three largo
copper heads and three large rat
tlers in one week
Miss Clcmmio Patton the huh
preacher from Georgia who has
I been located at Chcnoweo during
the past summer is to leave for
her home Monday next much tc
tho regret of her parishoncrs
El Turner formerly of this
county who it is alleged mur
dered his wife Lillian Turner on
the side of Lookout mountain last
April was indicted by tho grand
jury at Chattanooga Tenn Tues
day for murder
Tho Lexington Herald should
discharge its Jackson correspond
ent as totally unreliable There
were easily a thousand in tho nu
dicnco that heard WilUon while
only 5500 were reported Win
chester SunSentinel
L C May of Chicago was
here a few days this week seeing
his old friends and acquaintances
RCtlunintnnccsl
lin count but went to Chicago
many years ago whorohe has beer
4 yerv successful in business
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PUBLIC SPEAKING
lion Ben L Bruncr Kcpubli
can candidate for Secretary of
State will address the voters or
Hrcnthitl county at the courthouse
I in Jackson Saturday September
1Itt oclock p in Mr Urn
ncr is one of tlio ablest campaign
ers in the Slate All that conic to
licar him will bo pleased with him
You arc cordially invited to attend
und bring your wives and daugh
lers
Sunday Services
Ucv Sununprs will preach in
the Christian church next Sunday
mommy from the parable of the
Good Samaritan
Preacher Evan 11 Evans will
preach Sunday afternoon weather
and health permitting at the How
man school house below the O
1C Junction
JunctionOur
Our Homo in Heaven will be
the subject of the Sunday morning
discourse at the Baptist church
At the evening service the pastor
will preach on Gods Attitude to
I intt Services at 11 a in and
7iO p in Everybody invited to
attend these services
Protracted Meeting
A protracted meeting which is
expected to continue about three
weeks will begin in the Christian
church on October 20 Hcvi W
J Cocke of Lexington who is
Hold agent for the Kentucky
Christian Missionary convention
will bo the evangelist Mr Cooke
i + a man of wide reputation and
marked ability as a preacher For
a period of twenty years ho has
bcen actively engaged in evan
gelistic work throughout various
States of the South For about
two years now he has been one of
the most effective ovangclUtis in
Kentucky The people of the
Jackson church consider them
1 13 fortunate in securing him
r with them in a meeting
rfie Willson Speaking
There were nbout 1000 to liiOO
iicople here Monday to hear the
Hon Augustus E Willson speak
and the best of order prevailed
The crowd was too largo for the
c tt V tlutnnJ was erected
on the east ill tv
i Ll J II I
where Mr Villson discussc nc
j issues of this campaign and 11eI
an outline of the course ho would
kirsuo if elected Governor He
as introduced to tho audience by
lion IL A Hurst Mr Willsons
speech was well received and
while there were R few Bcckham
itcs present they could find no
Maws Everybody was convinced
that should Mr WilUon bo elected
Governor tho State would bo in
safe hands and that grafting and
election thievery and all the isms
with which tho State has been in
fected for the last seven years
would bo at an end
Born to tho wife of E D Grit
hut of Cano Creek a girl
Hon to Mr and Mrs A S
Johnson on September 7tha girl
Z M Arnold of Primrose vis
ited his brother Dr Alf Arnold
Wednesday
11ednestlay1trs11I
1trs11I Bosworth and child
ren went to Lexington Thursday
to visit relatives
Mrs Nom Winn of Owslcy
county was visiting her sister
Mrs R P Landrum at Lost
Creek last week
The Jackson Tent No 74 of tho
Maccabees has been reorganized
with J T bun Sir Knight Com
mander with 21 members
James A Stamper and F Mc
Guire of St Helens and II L
Childers of Hazel Green wore
hero Monday taking in tho Will
son speaking
F W Moore of Marion Ky
is visiting his brother N J Mooro
on tho Heights Ho is represent
s real estate and colonization com
pany of Quinton Oklahoma
Hon II G Garrett was nom
inated for Representative of Clark
county by the Republicans ofjtlml
county last Saturday Ho repre
sented Powell and Estill in that
capacity several years ago Ho
will ba a strong candidate
C B Amyx of Chanuto Kan
and Miss Fannio Hurst of Pear
tree daughter of S II Hurst
county clerk of this county were
married last Friday in tho parlors
of the Phoenix Hotel at Lexing I
ton Mrs W A Hampton sister I
of the bride accompanied them to
Lexington After a bridal tour I
to the east they will make their
homo in Kansas
DEATHS
Mw Lillian F McKay died nt
tho home of her father in Clarks
title Tenn September 3 of n
complication of diseases She WIIt
tho wife of Rev Eo J McKay II
mission at Lambric this county
for nearly two years mmdwho
was ordained at tho Jackson Hap
list church last November
Frank A Moore aged abouttt5
died at Manila P I on August
23d of a tumor on time brain lIe
had been nfllictcd with rheumatism
for about four years on account ol
which ho decided to try n warmer
climato and last spring took the
civil service examination for Goy
ernment engineers making a per
fcctavcragc Ho set out for Ma
nila early in tho summer nnd had
been on duty in his new field only
ten days when his death summons
came Mr Moore is wellknown
here having been on the engineer
ing force during the building of
the 0 K railway here lie
went from hero to Pike county
where ho had charge of the engin
eering corps of the Northern Coal
Coke Coantl was in the mean
time elected county surveyor of
Pike county by n good majority
His rcnlains will be shipped back
to his old home in New Jersey for
burial His untimely death will
bo a great loss to his many friends
and business associates
Wfldo Sopor aged C3 diedat
his home on Lincoln avenue Mon
day morning September 9 1907
of a complication of diseases lie
had been in declining health for
some time prior to his death and
the end was not unexpected Dur
ing his illness ho was a great suf
ferer though ho was always pa
tient and endured his illness with
great resignation All that kind
friends and medical null could do
for him was done but to no avail
and the spirit winged its Hight to
its Maker Mr Soper was n
native of Woodford county and
moved here about six years no
lIe was an upright and honorable
man andmt member of the Jackson
Christian church Ho is survived
by his wife Mrs Anju Soper and
one brother Robert Soper of
l cailles he f1Iernl services
tcCt Ljit the house Tuesday
afternoon COnth1
IlYhU a
M Summers pastor ormtOTno
than church after which the re
mains were interred in tho grave
yard on the Heights
A CAltD OK THANKS
I wish to extend my sincere
and heartfelt thanks to my many
friends for tho sympathy and
kindness shown me during limo ill
ness nnd death of my dearly be
loved husband Wade Sopcr
Miw ANJA SOPKU
College Notes
Wanted One hundred more
boys and girls in the Collegiate de I
partment Only those anxious to I
learn and willing to study need
applyDr
Dr Dickson and Prof Crego at
tended n meeting of the Hoard of
Trustees in Lexington Monday
It was voted to employ a manual
training teachor who will also as
sist in the Collegiate department
Rev Joseph Ilagins was present
at tho chapel exercises Monday
morning and gave a very interest
ing talk to the boys and girls
Most of the books have arrived
and the students uro settling down
to a year of earnest work Resides
tho regular classes a class in read
ing and physical culture has been
organized
organizedMiss
Miss Ityland has her class busily
nt work in tho pleasant sewing
room
Rev Powell is a frequent and
welcome visitor at the chapel ex
ercises
A music teacher is daily ex
pected
Time funeral meeting which was
advertised to bo heldat Elihue
LJIemons on the fourth Saturday
and Sunday in this month has
been postponed to a later date
notice of which will be given in
duo time
Dr H D Cox of Campion
vas here on business Thursday
SHERIFFS EXECUTION
SALE
By virtue of execution No 206
in favor of the Commonwealth of
I Kentucky vs Mary Robbins and
execution No 297 in favor of the
I Commonwealth of Kentucky vs
i Mary Robbins and execution No
12D8 in favor of tho Commonwealth
of Kentucky vs Mary Robbins
IN OUR SAVINGS BANK
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And see them grow Dimes grow into Dol i
larsOn them we pay 3 per cent interest
and they will soon grow into a competency I
ITS ALL IN THE START
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Now Is the Best Time
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Dont be one of those who are alwaysI
going to dp DO IT NOW Plant your dol I
lars here and see them grow
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JACKSON DEPOSIT BANKI
TACKSON KENTUCKY
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and execution No 21J in favor oj
tho Commonwealth Kcnluckj
vs Mary Robbins which issued
from the Clerks oflicc of the
Hreathilt Circuit Court and cxe
ctition No 23G in favor of the
ommonwcslth of Kentucky vs
Thurston Robbins and John Wyall
and execution No 237 in favor ol
the Commonwealth Kentucky
vs Thurston Bobbin nnd John
Wyattand execution No2iJ9 in far
vor of the Commonwealth Ken
lucky vs Thurston Robbins and
M A Spencer and execution No
212 in favor of the Common wealth
of Kentucky vs Hill Howard and
Thurston Robbins which issued
from the Clerks oflico of the
Hreathilt Circuit Court now in
my hands for collection I or one
of my deputies will on
Monday Sept 23 1907
between time hours of 12 oclocji
m and 2 oclock p in at UK
court house door in the town of
Jackson HreathStt County Ken
tucky expose tanublic sale to the
fc bidder ethic following
prot yu lor so m felt thereof M
may bo nccessanrt elljsf the
amount of the plaintiffs CiJLh
terest and costs and SherilPs com
missions towit
A certain tract of land lying and
being in Hreathilt county Ky
situated on tho waters of Coles
fork of Cano creek Beginning
at a rock on tho left hand of
Coles fork and running up the
hill with the fence and agreed line
between Janes Haddix and Cavlii
White to a point in and with the
fence where it now runs around
in the Hat thence leaving said
fence and running straight up the
point to Mary Millers line thence
running back around the headof
school house hollow with Marj
Millers line and said Haddix and
Mary Millers wire fcnco on the
dividing line to the K U Lam
Companys lino continuing with
the wire fence to Mack Howard
lino and down tho hill with the
wire fence to Park Bullocks and
Robert Whittakers corner thence
running with said Whittakers lot
lino to John Wvalts lot line
thence with said Wyatts line t o
main Cano creek thence up Cam
creek to Colos fork thence tit
Coles fork to the beginning ex
eluding from the above boundary
the land conveyed by Mary Rob
bins to Nancy Howard by deed o f
October 12 1000 levied upon ns
tho property of Mary Bobbin
and Thurston Robbins a defend
ant in said execution
Terms Sale will be made on II
credit of six months bond with
approved security required bear
ing interest at the rate of six per
cent per annum from day of sal e
and having the force of u replevii
bondAmount
Amount to be made by this sal e
39081 advertising 1400
Witness my hand this the 2911
day of August 1907
BHKCK C AVFOUI > S Ii C
By S H FUOATK D S
SHERIFFS SALE
Hy virtue of execution No 354
in favor of Stoll Hamilton vs
Breck Combs otal which is
sued from the Clerks o ice of the
Hrcathitt Circuit Court I or one
of my deputies will on
Monday Sept 23 1907
between the hours of 12 oclock m
and 2 oclock p m at the cqur t
house door in the town of Jackson
Breathitt county Ky expose tr
public sale to tho highest bidder
tho following property or so much
thereof as may be necessary U
satisfy the amount of plaintiffs
debt interest and costs towit
A tract of lund situated in
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Hreathilt county on the North
Fork of the Kentucky river and
Quicksandcreek at the mouthof
Quicksand creek beginning on n
black oak and beech on tho north
side of the said North Fork of the
Kentucky river at u small drain
about two hundred yards below
the mouth of Quicksand creek
thence northwest about 180 poles
to a stake in tho line of the square
at the Meetinghouse branch thence
down tho branch with its mean
ders to the mouth thence up main
Quicksand creek to the mouth of
South Fork thence up said South
Fork to the old lino of said survey
or square thcnco with said line
which is Jesse Spurlocks old line
riverI
I passing by a dogwood apd hick
ory corner of said Spurlocks
land and Backs land on Spurlock
branch so as not to take any land I
convoyed by Wiseman to Jesse I
Spurlock theuco from the oak
and pine down the river with its
meanders to the beginning Levied
upon as the interest in the prop
erty of Brcck Combs and Sam
Combs defendants in this fl fn
Terms Sale will be mado on 1
credit of six months bondwith
bearing
ing interest T tla rut of six per
cent per annum from day or jute
and having the force and effect of
a replevin bond
The amount to bo made at this
sale is 240915 to which add cost
of advertising 1000
Given under my hand as Sheriff
of Hreathilt county this August
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Sheriffs Execution Sale
IBy
I xponnsin
in favor of Floyd Day vs Marion
Lawson which issued from the
Clerks ollico of the Breathitt Cir
cuit Court now in my hands for
collection J or one of my dopu
tics will on
onI
I Monday Sept 23 1907
between the hours of 12 oclock
I m and J oclock pm at the
ofI
I Jackson Breathilt County Ky
expose to public sale to the high
est bidder the following property
propertyf
necessary to satisfy tho amount of
ands
costs and Sheriffs commissions
towit
towitA
A certain tract of land in
Breathitt County Kentucky on
the North Fork of time Kentucky
river below the mouth of Frozen
beginninge
on the south side of said river lit
I the mouth of a branch a corner
of Win Lawson deceased thence
up tho point on tho lower side of
tho branch with said Lawsoni
I line to the head of tho branch
thence easterly keeping the divid
ing ridge between Mill creek nnd
said branch to a stake on the top
of the ridgo at the head of the
first branch above tho beginning
thence westwardly running down
said branchwith its meanders to
its mouth thence with time rivet
to the beginning leviedupon as
time property of Marion Lawson a
defendant in said execution
Terms Sale will bo made on a
credit of six months bond with
approved security required bear
ing interest at the rate of six per
cent per annum from day of sale
and having tho force and effect of
a replevin bond
I The amount to bo made by this
sale is 17927
Given under my hand as Sheriff
of Breathitt county this August
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rlTheyre the Shoes you should call for if you
want to get comfort style and wear at a
L9 reasonable price Theyre built in specialty
1j factories from the most carefully selected
M materials over lasts that conform properly <
with the lines of the feet
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Ladies Tip i
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Ladies Pat i
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Ladies Heavy Shoes very thing 50I
iJ for country wear 1 65 to 1 85 j
p All these goods are really worth from 25
I to 50 per cent more than our prices per pair
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Headstones and Markers
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the latest and I can alsor
prepare special ideas pre 1
presented
sented by my customers
If in need of work in my
line call and see me or
drop me a postal card
I erect work anywhere
Prices reasonable nf
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