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TWO VIEWS IN
TY OF JENKINS
Whitesburg. Letcher County, Kentucky, June 6, 1912
Street Scene in Jenkins, Showing Elkhorn Hotel in the Distance
Pqjice udge of J enKms
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Jenkins Power Plant Foundation May 14, 1912.
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Building Now Going Up Rapidly
JOHN D. W. COLLINS
With the law en forcing department of Jenkins it is likely time
to say that John D. W. Collins
stands at the head. When the
town was incorporated a few
months ago and the citizens began to look for a man to head its
law enforcing department all
eyes turned upon Mr. Collins to
accept the appointment of Police
Judge, This he did reluctantly
and to day Jenkins is proud or
DR. T. D. VAUGHAN
this efficient official. Mr. Collins
is a full blooded Letcher county
boy, a son of Frank Collins and
of one of the
very first setlers in Letcher county. As a soldier in the service
of Uncle Sam in- foreign lands he
was true as a boyland as a man
and citizen he was true and as an
official he is making good and
Dr. T. D. Vaughan is a native
of Paintsville, Johnson county,
is a son of our well known friend
G. Bascom Vaughan and was
among the first to drive down
his stakes at Jenkins. He is a
young dentist of great promise
and untiring energy. He is a
graduate of the Dental Depart
best families. Mr. Hale resides
When you go into the drug at this plac where he has a neat
store of Fitzpatrick & Bent'cy home and an inteligent family.
you'll meet "Bee" Fields, the
handy and polite clerk and manVillage Blacksmith and a
ipulator of soft, cooling drinks
g od one, too, is Gus Harr. Mr.
He is cne of our best citizens, is
Harr is a
married and has a nice home and
Clerk Bentley, is a clever, genfamily.
teel g( ntleman. He has a nice
home and interesting family.
JOHN W. HALE
Well, George is the camera
There is no better known Salesman who snatched the shadows man who hits the roads of the
from which most of the pictures
and illustrations in this issue of
the Eagle were made. Especially
those 'round about town.
knows his business as the halftones will attest.
Hugh Combs the papular
artist failed to get his picture claiming that it would ' 'spile"
the whole thing, but he shaved
everybody else so they could get
their beauty "tooicen." Hugh
is a splendid barber, clever, gentlemanly and ever on the spot.
His shop, clean and tidy, is in
Union Bank Building, up stairs,
where you can get a neat shave
for a dime.
mountains than Arch Sergent
who sells groceries for the Norton Grocery Company. Mr. Sergent' is a
of Jas. H.
Mullins one of our very best Oven Fork, citizans-anhas an excellent family and home. Formerly Mr. Sergent was a popular
teacher ane leading merchant.
Mr. Combs is a member of one
of our leading families and is
He is at present
Circuit Clerk and is one of our
best officials. Mr. Combs is also
a leading farmer, owning a fine
farm and country residence in
the Rockhouse section.
home at this .place.
ment o: the University of Louisville and comes from one of the
hest known and leading Eastern
Kentucky families. He has an
excellent practice at Jenkins,
the merit of his work spreading
for and near. Men with such
tact and ability are always welcomed into our county.
L. E. Crenshaw, Wife and Daughter
For ' many years Attorney
John W. Hale has been a leading
citizen, teacher, lawyer and now
U. S. Commissioner.
present he has his hands full of
business pertaining to the Government and a good prabtice in
both County and Circuit Courts.
He is a brother to Editor Nat.
Hale of the E. K. News
to one of our oldest and
Luther Biker is a son of Judge
S. E. Baker and has recently developed into an expert tyDevvri-te- r
He is a
Notary Public, has an office in
the court house wbere he holds
a good job for the Consolidation
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