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W M IILANTON U T MOVGKrULG
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Blanton Hovermale
Hagins
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Olllc In Court tluute J ckton Ky
f Practice in nil tho courts of the
Commonwealth Litigation QOH j
corning land titles 11 specialty
Collections promptly mado and
liromptly remitted Heal estate
r bought and sold
Sun Bros circus will exhibit at
Jackson July 31
1F Copo made a business trip
to IVcnchburg fast week
J M Denton Esq of Whiclc
was hero on business Monday
J S Head Jr of Ashland
was hero on business last week
Judge A K Lyon made a busi
ness trip to Mindman last week
A P Crawford made a busi
I ness trip to Frankfort Inst week
Tho coldest watermelons in town
will be found at Collins the meat
man
Mr and 11rs111 Iladdix of
Clemons were hero Thursday
Chopping
J Tho eight montli3 old boy of
Mr and Mrs Ira Cornett died
Monday night t
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Mrs Dr C H Dicjibon of La
t toms was visiting friends hero
w r here last week
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> Mrs Everett Baokof Cannel
t City was visiting friends in Lex
ington the first of the week
t1I Testcrmnn Hack is building u
f cottage in tin Patton addition on
the Heights James G Holin is 1
t 9the contractor
+ Miss Ida Strong who has been
visiting friends hero for the IIRstI
two week returned Tuesday to
her home in WinchesterI
Mrs I A Rhodes of Pittsburg
tIzt nnd Mrs Lilllo Bradley of
iMorehend 1were visiting ho fam
ily of MHP Davis last week
A DtPitrick Deputy Marshal
t jLUtLXouli Patrick County AltorI
d n T nv of Magoflin county were hero
5 j Monday on their way home romI
< Lexington where they had beeni
on business
48 Kichnrd C Herald col killed
t R rattle snake on Pan Bowl Tues
day that measured 13 inches in
tIJfI r length He skinned the snake
nnd has tho hide to prove his its
portions to doubters
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S yln this issue is a six colunum nc
count of tho Democratic National I
Head itI
I Convention nt Denver
Iy
From time to time wo will have
fl many interesting facts about theI
campaign Clip the platform for
future reference
tAHorne Gco Johnson of NeoI
In was hero tho first of the week
obtaining applicants to establish
1c1uncil of the lied Men in Jnck
sin lie had no difficulty in got
ting the required number of pale
faces for a charter which ho ex
pects to receive in about two
1weeks
M M
I In a difficulty between Hud
Mullins and Hooker Mullins on
Spring Fork about 25 miles from
hero on last Thursday Hooker
JtWl shot through tho body and
> ttdnngcrously wounded Ho was
I brought hero Sunday for treat I
ment Hud Mullins escaped nnd
4luny not yet been arrested although
the officers are after him It is
S
I r ported that John Miller an
uncle of the wounded man hay
ror offered a reward of 5000 for his
i arrest
Davis Nominated
1Judge Amos Davis of Morgan
county was given the nomination
11JudJe Democratic ticket for Con
gress on the 13th ballot at Eslill
Springs Wednesday Tho result
7 of tho 13th ballot was as follows
Judge Taulbco 27 23 Judge
Amos Davis 48 13 and J Smith
Hays 20 votes The convention
t r was called to order by F A Lyon
Sr Executive Committcman for
t this district F A Hopkins was
chosen temporary chairman and
ThomnH Tipton secretary and J
tH White and J Wise Hngins as
sistant secretaries Tho temper
i = nry organization was made per
y jutanent TTlon 0 H Pollard
Zlaced the nelno of Jud Taulbeo
1 before tho convention
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Where to Worship
The subject of tho sermon at
tho Christian church next Sunday
mqrniiii will bo The Ministry of
Siffforing No service Sunday
night bu account of the meeting at
the Presbyterian church
The subject of the sormon at
tho Baptist church next Sunday
morning at the usual hour will be
Trio Men at Prayer Meeting
The Harracca claw composed of
young men and women meets at
915 a m A cordial invitation is
extended to the young people to
visit the class No services Sun
day night on account of the meet
ing at the Presbyterian church
School Trustees
As tho beginning of a new edu
cational era in Kentucky the I
election of trustees in the com
mon school districts of Kentucky
under the provisions of the now
school law will be held tho first
Saturday in August One trustee
will be elected in each common
school district The necessary
qualifications for trustee arc
llo must be over 21 years of
age he must have been a resident
of the district for sixty days be
fore the election he must bo able
to rend nnd write ho must be re
commended bn petition signed
lInl least ten persons eligible
to vote in an election for such
Trustee nnd no name shall bo
placed upon any ballot unless such
nominating petition is filed with
the County Clerk at least ten days
before election
The officers of said election shall
be a Clerk and two Judges to be
appointed by the regular Election
Commissioners of tho county
College Dedication
With Gov Willson ns the prin
cipal speaker with pleasant sur
roundings nnd most favorable
weather with a largo orderly re
spectful crowd of about one thou
sand the new college that has
been built by the Soul Winners
Society on Puncheon Camp was
dedicated Wednesday
Gov Willson and other promi
nent persons came over the L
E to Oakdalo Wednesday morn
ing and were taken from there on
horseback to tho home of B II
Herald where they were enter
tained at dinner nnd it WU4 a most
sumptuous meal After dinner
the Governor and his party went
immediately to the college grounds
whore a largo crowd awaited the
speakers Speeches had been monde
in the forenoon by Revs1 W
Tyler of Midway E L South
gate of Lexington and Paul
Deithick of Jackson Speeches
were also made in the afternoon
by Rev Dr McCcrkle of Nicho
lasrille Prof Leonard principal
of Lees Collegiate Institute nnd
others It was a great day find
good order and goodwill was
manifested on every hand
Marriage Licenses
The following marriage licenses
have been issued since our last re
port Simon Stacy of Gun e and
Miss Hethnia Russell of Clay
holeJ
HoleD J
D P Stacy and Miss Ellen Cal
lahan both of Whiclc
Higc McKnight and Miss Lizzie
Callahan both of Canoe
Charley Callahan of Canoe and
Miss Cappic Miller of Elkatawa
Mr and Mrs Hnscombo Wal
tern of W nlterlilIe were visiting
Mrs Walters father Miles Hack
and family from Saturday till
Monday
In tho District Court of the United
States for tho Eastern District
of Kentucky
In Bankruptcy
In tho mutter of Samuel E Pat
ton a bankrupt
On this 8th day of July A D
1903 on considering the petition
of the aforesaid bankrupt for dis
charge filed on tho 2nd day of
July A I1008 itis ordered by
tho court that a hearing be had
upon tho same on tho 28th day of
July A IX 1008 before said
court at Covin lon in said dia
trict at 10 oclock in the forenoon
or as near thereto as practicable
and that notice thereof be pub
lisped one time in the Brcathitt
County News a newspaper printed
in said district nnd nil known
creditors and other persons in in
terest may appear at said time
land place and show cause Inn
they have why the prayer of said
petitioner should not be granted
Witness tho Honorable M J
Cochran Judge of said court and
tho cal thereof at Covington inI
said district on time 8th day of
July A D 1908
SBAI Jos 0 FINNELL Clerk
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Resolutions
At n Democratic muss meeting
held at the court house in Jackson
last Saturday pursuant to the call
of tho Democratic Congressional
Committee for tho Tenth Con res
sional District nnd tho Democratic
chairman of Hrcathitt county on
Saturday July 11 1008 The
Reeling was culled to order by 0
II Polhlrd S II Slidham was
elected temporary chairman nnd
T 11 Hudson and J Wise Hngins
secretaries On motion nfl > I wd t < eViev
porary organization was i aln
permanent and the committee
organization nnd other committees
were dispensed with
On motion tho follpwim reso
lutions hero adopted
Resolved 1 That we approve
of the limcand pfnco of holding
the convention to nominate ° n
Democratic candidate for Congress
Resolved 2 That we heartily
endorse this action of the Demo
critic National Convention lately
assembled ntDcnver dud approve
of the nomination of the matchless
Bryan as our national standard
bearer and that wo heartily endorse
the nomination of John W Kern
us his running male
Resolved 3 That we heartily
endorse and approve the platform
adopted at tho Democratic Na
tional Convention as a wise bens
ficent and able exposition of the
true Democratic doctrine
Resolved 1 That we condemn
the weak vaccilliating and incom
petent administration of the pres
ent Republican State administra
tionResolved
Resolved 5 That we appoint
as delegates to the Congressional
convention to be held at Estill
Spring to nominate Democratic
candidate for Congress from the
Tenth Congressional district on
July 15 1908 O II Pollard D
H Rcdwine E L Noble Charles
Terry G W Sewell James Bro
phy Arch Lyon Will Jolt Sani
Jctt E C Hyden J Wise Ha
gins L T Hovcrmalc G W
Flocuor S Saulbee L Y
Rcdwine Arch Crawford Hreck
Crawford A P Crawford Mutt
Spencer x Matt Crawford Frank
Knsh II H Noble S B Stidham
James L Stidham W II Blan
ton W W McGuire II L
Under II S Clmpmnn Brock
Combs T II Hudson D L Al
len Wm Day Wm Griffith J
It Terrill Charles Hndden Scl
don Hargis G It Allen T T
Cope J R Blake C1 Little
Elbcrt llargis Alex Edwards J
D Arnett S E Patton W D
Hack Green Callalmn Ed Calla
han Robin Burton L C How
ling S II Stidham G C May
J E Lang South Strong W B
Curdwell S II Fugntc R H
Lnndrum Ashford Joseph L C
Roark Harlcss Campbell J M
E Davis 1 S Cope Henry S
Barnett and all other good Demo
crate of the county
Resolved G That the said dele
gates are instructed to cast the
vote of Hrcathitt county for Judge
S S Tuulbec as time Democratic
candidate for Congress from tho
Tenth Congressional district nnd
to use all honorable means to se
cure his nomination and the dele
gates arc instructed to vote ns n
unit on nil questions that may
arise in said convention
S H STIUHAM Chairman
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cretaries
cretariesI
Tho SwannDny Lumber Com
pangs mill started up again Mon
day after n two weeks delay in
the rcparing and tho overhauling
of the machinery
THINKING OF
MOVING WESTP
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If not then make up yojjrmind
and write to mo fpr descriptive
list of farms in Missouri Kansas
and OkllflToma nil tine level
productive land that will grow
anything under the sun at prices
from 15 to 40 nn acre and come
where farming is both pleasant
and profitable and life therefore
is made tolerable Why sweat and
fret life away in tho vain effort to
eke out of those rockribbedroot
laced hillsides a mere miserable
sustenance as your father and
fathers father did when there is
so much good land to bo had hero
for a more songs Get out of the
ruts break away from the time
worn habits that keep your nose
to the grindstone All it takes is
u little nerve and resolution Write
Ito nnd lot mo help YOU to a better
condition I N PIIIPPS
3540 Clmnuto Kansas
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GOOD C n FEE and in fact anything you I
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Miss Maggie Joli Jon of JeWs I
Creek and Chnr1i tReed of In
dian creek were parried a few
days ago Picas Johnson of
Jetts Creek lost hit barn by lire
Tuesday a week oI lie also
lost about 100 bundle of fodder
and two loud patterns in the
lire Cause unknown John
Pelfry and wife off Lick Branch
were visiting fri ids on War
Creek last wcckvS J Craw
ford and son Clay6f Athol were
nt tho baptizing at Jetts Creek
lost Saturdoyweak i Mrs Min
erva Je and Miss bate Bryant
bothof Atlinl nil illillv Organs I
of IJrIU1tS creekcre baptized I
at the mouth of Jetts Creek last
lastI
Saturday II C Bryant and
wife of this pt ccnd Jell andI
ersole andwife of Copo Branch
attended church ccI Jrynnts creek
Sunday Miss F indis Wise of
Ictts Creek wnis aiir Creek n
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few days ago trying to get the
promise of a school llexekicl
Jett and Sherman Wadkins were
at Torrent a few days ago Lee
i Jett of Cow Creek was hero Sun
day II 0 Short and T II
I Back were at the county seat Sat
urday Noah Johnson of North
Fork will teach the school at
Bryants creel Anderson John
son Jr of Lick Branch was vis
iting friends on War creek Sun
day Mrs Polly Combs of
Lick Branch was visiting friends
and relatives in Jackson last weer
Oliver Deaton ig on the sick
list Albert Jett of Cow creek
is very low and is not expected to
last very long Arch Crawford
of Cope Branch was here the first
of the week Henry Johnson
formerly of Lick Branch has
moved to Cope Branch to work
fur Crawford BrosWiII Jett
and Breck Wntkins went to Mead
ow creek the first of the week
looking for wdrk Bon WIIITK
ABBE BAILEYS
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AT LESS J THAN COST
In order to hake room for my fall stock I
will for the nex fifteen days beginning July 20
and ending Aug st I offer inducements you can
not afford to mi s
Black and Color d Taffeta Silk worth 1 at 85c
Fine Tailore Skirts from 300 to 500
White and Colo d Dress Fabrics less than Manu
facturers p ces
Ladies Hosiery orth 50c at 39c
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adies Hosiery worth 25c at 19c
ladies i Y i derwear at Half Price
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Laces and EmbiJitrVries ata price you dont want
to hissI
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Lots of oth usef ill Articles at a bargain
DONT FAIL TO GOME EARLY
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Corner Eroadway and Main Streets
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Whether it is better to keep your money in a drawer or safe
and dolo it out in payments of accounts and bills or to bank it
and pay by check There can be but one answer to this
bank it and check it out r
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH US
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It will systematize your affairs tench you economy and r
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bring y ou into contact with the bpst people of the community r
Three Per Cent Interest Pa don Time andy t
Savings Deposits r 1
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I have moved to McCormick
near Cnmpton Junction where II
will continue niy business of mak
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Monuments
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Any one wanting anything in
my lino will please write me at
McCormick Ky I will make
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