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The Breathitt News I
SIFER YEAR IN ADVANCE
J WISE HAGINS J EDITOR
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1OPlCB IIID SURGEON I I
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FRIDAY SEPT 20
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REPUBLICAN TICKET
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For Governor
AUGUSTUS E WILLSON
V of Louisville
For Lieutenant Governor
W H COX
of Mason county
For Attorney General
JAMES BREATHITT
of Christian county
For Auditor
FRANK P JAMES
cf Mercer county
For Treasurer
CAPT ED FAftLEY
of McCracken county
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For Secretary of Stafco
Dn BEN L BRUNER
of Breckinridgo county
For Supt of Public Instruction
f J S CRABBE
of Boyd county
For Commissioner of Agriculture
N C RANKKv
1 of Henry county
For Clerk of Court of Appeals
NAPIER ADAMS
of Pulaski county
f g For R R Commissioner 3d Dis
A T SILER
> of Whitley county
THE OLD BAPTISTS
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Hold a Successful Meet
1 ing near Torrent
The Old Baptist Association met
at Pine Hill one mile from Tor
rent Friday September 13 all in
peace with each other and God
Ten churches were represented d
nil have improved in their work
There are more than 500 members
in these churches Dear friend I
nro you one of the members
i The association was opened by
I Alvin Spencer of Wisconsin who
came to be with us during the
meeting Brother Ira Wells was
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Kash clerk of the association
iI Bro Wm Chambers county
superintendent of Wolfe county I
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mon on Friday lIe is an intelli
gent preacher and can tell sinners
w what to do to enter into eternal
oIJ life Rev James Stewart o f
Rowan county took a text from
l the2ndchapter of St John 5th
tllverse Little Jim is an excellent
Jllreacher and a thorough Christian
< Bro Ira Wells of Daysboro 1
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deco wes credit for establishing
f the majority of the ten churches
fay God bless him in this world
and give him a crown in the next
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line Hill is situated in Wolfe
county and derives its none from
the beautiful tall pine trees in the
1vicinity The Old Baptists have
t built n comfortable church here
r J and it is completed with the ox
rr ccntion that the inside walls and
ffleats need painting We trust
tthat God will enable the members
i i A to finish the work nt an early date
r We nro sorry to repprt that
Bro Mitchell Smith died here
September 13 of typhoid fever
i Ho was 2G years old and leaves a
wife nnd three small children Ho
was u member of the Baptist 1
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church and also a member of tho I
4 Odd Fellows lodge I
The association was attended by j
J about 1500 people and every I
I I thing passed off quietly with the I
ot 1exception of a disturbance created
Jl fl by a young man who wu drunk
t > i and boisterous He fired his pistol i
4 > y I pear tfie meeilfcg and was promptly i c
it arrested by > deputy sheriff who
Tied lilm fo a tree until the Itlr e
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Rev William Booth aged 82
years attended church Saturday
and died early Sunday morning
Ho has been a minister of the gos
pel for about forty years Ho is
survived by one daughter
A CiinisriAN
Elkatawa
Clarence Combs was the guest
of Miss Jessie Dixon Sunday
C J Williams of Clay City is
in Elkatawa this week on business
for the Cloy City Spoke Co
Logan Gose who is teaching
singing school at Big Rock is
having n large attendance and is
getting along tine
Chester Griffith Alfred Jen
rings and Miss Bertha Hoskins
and others made n flying trip to
this place Sunday
Miss Clemmie Patton who has
been teaching Sunday school at
Twin Gap for the past two months
has returned to her home in Geor
giaRev
Rev George Morris solemnized
the rites of matrimony between
Charley Oaks and Minerva Chad
wick at the home of James Chad
wick Monday
MondayLost
Lost Creek
We earnestly believe that the
Sabbath of our Lord should be
reverenced and kept holy nnd for
that reason and because it is a vio
lation of both moral nnd divine
laws we will not after this throw
open our place of business on
Sundays ex ept in cases of sick
ness aid death and other extreme
emergencies We give this notice
that no one may hare cause to take
offense and trusting that God will
prosper us for so doing
Nonu NOBLE
Ret R B Landrum will hold
services at the following times and
places The fourth Saturday and fifth
Sunday in September at the Mill
creek school house in the Lawson
neighborhood at 10 a m
Tho first Sunday in October n t
the grave yard at Cale Nobles of i
Lost Creek
Secend Sunday in October at
the Strong grave yard near the
mouth of Lost Creek
The third Saturday and Sunday
funeral services at Hendley Fu
gates or near there
On the fourth Saturday and
Sunday at Widow Praters on tho
south fork of Quicksand
The first Saturday and Sunday
in November at the Napier grave
yard on the head of Grapevine I
Perry county
Everybody invited to attend
these services
Frozen Creek
John Wand Green Burton
made n trip to Magoflin county
Friday Mary Day the little
daughter of W R Day is very ill
of typhoid fever Charley Neal
has been suffering with inflamma
tory rheumatism Mrs Willram
Buckner the clover milliner o f
Van Cleve is oitHr a good busi
ness selling hats and trimmings
Wm Buckner Mrs W II Pel
fry James M Burton and AI Cas
sidy paid a visit to Uncle Squirm
Day and family and were well en
tortainedTlie funeral of Enis
King was preached Sunday by
Rev Joel Banks and others
Daniel Burton has bought land on
little Frozen Creek of John King
and is taking the timber off
Matilda E Hall of Fire Clay Car
ter county is visiting her son J
M Burton Preaching at the
school house on Mill creek the
first Sunday in October by Revs
J M and Joel Banks
Clemons
Daniel McIntosh of Rousseau
visited James Clemons and wife
Saturday Walter Strong has
been surveying land f01r J
Strong the past week Harlin
Strong has been here looking at a
dog job which he expects to take
up for Judge Tnulbco
Curtis Hagins wife und son re
turned Tuesday from Sterns where
they had been for the last several
months They will move to Oak
dale where Mr Hagins will accept
a position with his father in the
saw mill business
Rev James Stewart county
Judge of Rowan county was vis
ling his brother who Is mesa er
of Floyd Days store at Frozen
Stop with Hart Bros at Reed
Hotel when in Lexington
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War Creek 1
Richard Herald is visiting all
Trent I
Ran Duncil attended church at
Mill creek Sunday I
Dan and Bruce Cundiff attended i
the association at Trent
Mrs Shelby Jett of Athol vis
ited her parents here Sunday
The Jr O U A M at this
place are progressing nicely and
are doing a great deal of good for
our vicinity
vicinityMrs
Mrs Alex Cundiff is getting
along nicely with her school and
both pupils and patrons are well
satisfied with her teaching
Jake Hounshell killed a large
rattle snake near his house It
was four feet in length and had
twelve rattles and a button
Those who attended the associa
tion at Pine Hill from here were
Mahal Smith and wife Joe Cun
diff nnd wife Stove Cundiff nnd
wife Mrs YoD Cundiff and
Miss Priscilla Simpkins
Quito n jolly crowd attended
the bean stringing nt W D Cun
cliffs Wednesday night Among
those present were Richard Her
aid Dun Cundiff Jr Sam Miller
Win Pelfry Bruce Cundiff Henry
Duncil and Misses Kate Coldiron t
Jonnio Turner Kato Dunoil Lil
lie Cundiff anti Mrs Alex Cundiff
A BOX SUPPER
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Given by Young ladies
of Estill County
A delightful box supper was
given by the young ladies of
Knob Lick Estill county Satur
day night September 14 in be
half of the singing school The
affair was eloasnt in every detail
and was thoroughly enjoyable for
the largo number of guests who
were present
About eighteen boxes werepre
suited and were sold at prices
ranging from 30 cents to 250
making the total sales 13 15
Prof Cox who is an excellent
vocalist conducted tho sinning I
which was well rendered by those
participating Prof R C Ad
nuts conducted the program and
the sale of the boxes James
Lamb was appointed treasurer and
Miss Flossie Garrett secretary
A vote was taken by Prof Ad
ams and carried unanimously that
Inn account of the supper be pro
seated to The Breathitt County
News for publication
STILL COUNTY
Noland
J A Fry the mail carrier is
visiting his uncle at Frankfort
Peter Richardson has been the
guest of L F Walton for several
days
S B Garrett who has been
very sick for some time is ira
proving
Revs Peal and Runnels are con
ducting a protracted meeting at
Station Camp
frillie Richardson and wife worn
guests of Walter Richardson and
wife Inst Friday night
L F Walton and Wesley John
son are selling large quantities of
apples at 40 cents a bushel in the
orchard
Mrs John Smith who has been
sick with consumption for a long
time died at her home last Mon
day night She leaves a husband
nnd two children She was deaf
and dumb also her husband
Rev Elbert Winkler preached I
at Crooked creek last Friday night
He is a young minister just started
out and was born and reared in
this neighborhood His introduc
tory sermon was well received by
those present
presentOWSLEY
OWSLEY COUNTY
Eversole
Mrs Ellen Gambill and Walter
Medlock arc spending IV few days
hereMisses
Misses Lizzie and nettle Evans
of Gays Creek are visiting in this
neighborhood
Hayden Reynolds bought a fine
nice pair of mule colts a few days
ago for 16000
Few Clothes bought 12 head
of cattle from Jesse Wilson last
Saturday for 18000
L A Rose run three rafts to
Hpidelburg last tide and will have
them sawed up at that place i
Mrs Leo Reynolds returned
from Athol Sunday where uhe has
been vhltinflf her daughter Mrs
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Regina Jett
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Besides tho damage done to the
growing crps by hail inihis
neighborhood wo learn that piss
chickens turkeys geese and other
property have been killed
Your correspondent took about
80 of his pupils to the mouth of
Cow Creek to play ball against
the Midway school Much ex
citement prevailed from the first
both sides determined to win but
all told Few Clothes school won
by a small margin j
marginF jw
F w CLOTHES
PUBLIC SALE
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Blue Qra55 farm
We will offer for sale at Public
Auction
Wednesday Oct 27 07
at 10 oclock a m on the premi
ses unless sold privately before
that date our farms situated about
Siwiles west of Mt Sterling and
ten miles north of Winchester in
Clark county and fronting on the
Mt Sterling and Donaldson turn
pike No 1 contains
114 14 ACRES
has good 7 room frame dwelling
tenant house barn ioo house cis
torn at tho door and all necessary
outbuildings Improvements are
good Largo apple orchard and
Other fruits Farm is well fenced
and watered and nearly nil in
grass and raendow Twct NO 2
adjoins tract No 1 and contains
103 12 ACRES
Has tenant house young peach
and apple orchard 3 years old
well watered and fenced and was
originally n part of tract No1
The two tracts together would
make some one a good home Close
to church spliool hoiico and black
smith shop Wo will offer the
tracts separately nnd 1fi a whole
nnd accept tho best bid
Terms made known on day of
sale Anyone wishing further in
formation to see the landwill
write or see Watt M Gay Jl F
D No1 Winchester Ivy or
D H Cook Winchester Ky
who will lake pleasure in showing
tho sumo
Mrs Emily J Domigan
Mrs Watt M Gay
R A CHILDERS
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JOS Q REED DRY GOODS CO I
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Solicit tho trade of the mountain
people Ho will bo
AT JACKSON EVERY 30 DAYS
Dealers will be notified by postal
Save your orders for him lie
will save you money fob 1 ly
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W H Henderson
Ayres Street Oip Pot Offlse
LEXINGTON KY
DEALER IN
Grain Seeds Feed
Wheat RTe Barley Oats and Corn
Clover timothy Millet Kenluclc
Blue Gnu Orchard Grass Hungarian
Feedt
Master Commissioners
Sale
Breathitt Circuit Court
Bariah Hngins Plaintiff
Suler
Angelino Ely < c Defendants
By virtue of a judgment of the
Breathitt Cireiuit Court rendered
in the above styled action the un
dersigned Master Commirsionor
of said court will sell ut public
utJHJblic
auction to the highest bidder at
the front door of the court house
fin Jackson Ky at about the hour
of 12 oclock noon on
Monday Sept 23 1907
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The following described property
towit
towitLying
Lying and being in the county
of Breathitt and State of Ken
lucky on the north lido of Quick
sand creek and bounded as follows
Beginning at two benches and a
sugar tree between D B Hagins
nnd D F Hagins thence a
straight line up the hill with said
lino to a largo knob on the top of
the ridge to W B Hacins line
thence with his lino down the hill
to main Quicksand creek thence
up the creek to the beginning be
ing tho same land conveyed to
Jas D Williams and Millie Wil
Hams by J L Hagins by deed
dated February 1100 deed re
corded in deed book 9 page 1
Brcathitc County Court Clerks
office and James D Graham will
retain a lien on the purchase price
of bis one sixth interest in the
above described boundary of land
Said property will be sold at
public auction to the highest bid
der on a credit of six months and
the purchaser will be required to
give bond for the purchase money
with approved security bearing
Interest troD date and having the I
reployinbond
bond and a lien will be reserved
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until all tho purchase moneY c
IS paIdCost
Cost of suit t 3075 commis
sioner cost 750 cost of print
printinir
J W i JAUDWKLL M C B C C
Master Commissioners
CommissionersSale
Sale
Brcnthitt Circuit Court I
Thos II Denton Admr Plff1
vs Notice of Salem
Mary E Stidham c Defts
By virtue of a judgment of the
Brcnthitt Circuit Court made and
entered in the abovestyled causo
at its May term 1007 for tho sum
of 32147 with interest from the
23rd day of September 1074 tint
til paid and 1085 costs herein
expended I shall proceed to offer
for sale at the court house door in
Jackson Breathitt county Ken
lucky on
Monday Sept 23 1907
between the hours of 12 oclock
m and 2 oclock p m the follow
hug described real property the
undivided onefifth interest of
Thomas H Deaton deceased
Lying and being in Breathitt
county Kentucky on tho Middle
Fork of the Kentucky river on
the south side thereof at the
mouth of Longs creek and be
ginning at said river nt the mouth
of Long s creek thence running
down said river with its meanders
to the lower end ofa bottom at
a conditional line rondo between
lames Johnson nnd George W
Belcher and Bowlines heirs
tlicnco with fluid conditional line
as marked running up the hill to
u beech tree by the road thence
with said conditional line ns marked
up the hill to the top of the ridge
between Dcatons branch and
Longs creek thence with the top
the of the ridge to where thc line
of the land deeded to James John
son and Win Strong crosses tho
ridge thenco down the hill with
said Wm Strongs lino to a black
gum near Longs creek thence
down the creekwith a makcd lino
line along the hill side to a beech
tree near the bank of the creek a
short distance above the end of
tho field thence to the creek
thence down tho creek as it mean
ders to the beginning at the
mouth of the creek oontainintr
100 ncres moro 01 loss
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rlta1c No 9A tract of land
in Breathitt county Ientuckyon
the northeast side of tho Middle
Fork of tho Kentucky river and
lying on and near Bowlines
creek a tributary of said Middle
Fork and bounded ns follows
Beginning at or near the mouth
of Bowlines creek on the lower
side of same thence upsaid Bow
lings creek with its meanders to a
largo sycamore trco standing on
the bunk of said creek opposite a
Hat rock and lynn tree about 125
yard from the mouth of said
creek thence crossing said creek
to said Hat rock and lynn tree
thence up the point and with Ed
ward Dcatons heirs lino to the
top of the ridge thence with the
too of the ridge und said lino to
John Gays heirs line thence with
said line anti the top of said ridge
to Uiphnrd Combs line thence
withsaid line to a small hickory
standing on tho top of said ridge
at the ton of tho spur leading
leadingdown
down tal 10 mouth of said Gays
heirs branch on the lower side of
said branch thence down said
spur to the mouth of said branch
at Bowlines creek at a beech tree
thenco up said creekwith its
meanders to a stooping sycamore
tree standing on the right hand of
said creek opposite a cliff thenco
crossing Laicrcelc and up the
point n straight lino to the top of
the ridge between Richard Combs
branch and main Bowlings creek
and with said Combs line running
with the top of tho dividing ridge
between said Howling creek and
Lick branch thence with the top
of said ridge and said Spicers
line around to Jackson Calluhans
line to opposite a largo rock with
throe holes in said rock in the
edge of said Middle Fork river at
Jackson Callahana upper corner
thence with said Callahans line to
said rock in the river thence up
said Middle Fork with its mean
ders to the mouth of said Bow
lines creek the beginning con
taming 300 acres more or less
Only tho ono tif th Interest of the
said Thomas II Deaton will be
sold or so much thereof as will
be necessary to satisfy the
above named judgment interest
nnd costs of this sale
Said property will be sold at
public auction to tho highest bid
der on a credit of six months
and the purchaser will be required
to give bond for the purchase
money with approved security
bearing interest from day of sale
find having tho forco and effect of
a roplovin bond and a lien will boI
reserved in said bond on nil the
property sold until all the pur I
chase price etc is fully paid
Bidders must comply promptly
with these terms
Amount of debt and interest I
32547 amount of cost of suit I
3085 amount to commissioner I
for settlement and report 600
amount of commissioners cost for
this sale 750 amount of cost for
admr services J amount of
cost for printing 2100 Total
Icost
39082
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Is that Day Brothers Company have re
00 ceived one of the greatest shipments of
Iron and Brass Beds ever brought to Jack
son Over 1000 in the shipment
The Microbes Delight is aI
They breed In all the inaccessible corner and Joints where dint collects ta ill
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FURNITURE 1 1
Doesnt your house need brightening up
a bit Come and see our line and let us ft
supply your wants Every piece or suite is ft
carefully selected and exquisitely finished Qj
The less expensive kinds have the same >
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THERE IS NO NEED
For any woman goingoff to the cities or patronizing
30 mail order houses to buy nice wearing apparel when you
s can find thorn in this store and at a lets price than you pay +
elsewhere Come in and lot Miss Elliie Klkina show you
our stock of Fine Drees Goods Rilks White Goods Laces
a Embroideries Notionu Skirts Hosiery and in fact every
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i Contains tho seasons best styles in Pattern flats and
i Trimmed Millinery Our hats are of sterling quality exa p
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Wo are haying good sales on Rugs Mattinga and Carpets q
Wo have some beautiful doaigns and prices are right
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It always has boon and always will bo a womans delight
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Our stock includes a great big lot of attractive Staple
and Fancy Groceries Our shelves are now replete with
the finest line of canned goods on the market and you can
depend on them Theyre flue When you buy coffee and
flour you ought to know theyre good Wo assure you both
coffee and Hour bought here will bo right thoy lend to the
attractiveness living A real luxury at any season is one
of our delightful hams
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The best line of Wens and Womens Shoes
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Clothing and Furnishings
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