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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, November 2, 1906. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1906 bre1906110201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Breathitt County news: n. Friday, November 2, 1906. Breathitt County news. J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1906 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. sstttt s 1 I Best Advertising Medium IN BREATHITT AND ADJOINING COUNTIES I J WISE UAOINS Editor and Publisher 1 A NEWSPAPER DEVOTKD THK INTERESTS OK EASTERN KENTUCKY ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR VI Jackson Kentucky JEriday 2 1906 I FALL WINTER GOODS NOW ON DISPLAY I SHOES We have jiirt receiveda new and atrrctivo line of Ladies Jackula Monks and Raincoats including Cloaks for Children and Infanta also an elegant and superior stock for tho women and we invite every woman in Breathitt and the- ailjoiningcounties to call and examine Every garment is right in make inside and out correct in ovary detail of style garmentslurnilhin and children is remarkably broad the aro very handsome and smartlltnH ored and it any woman to be suited at storeWe hnvo in allow stock oLvWoincua Trimmed lists hare Mittens Shoes and Underwear for both women and children Extra sizes in Underwear for tho stout women and men For the Men and Boys we have opened an lino of hall and Suits and Over coats that you will not find elsewhere in Jackson You will not mako a mistake in looking us I over when riidy to bnlol r Fall outfit We have n large and well selected nile an in to give you lowest prices on them If ypn want iOODShoCJ Show that wo sta ml behind with our cuaruntoo come to nee us Our Stock of Dry Goods Mena and Boys Furnishings Men and NVomefts Rubbers and Notions cannot be excelled or sold at R lower CTicbbyany store in Jackson If you want to dress and buy correctly come andO ns IfIIIII EUSTERr The Ilutroduceri of High Giada Olothing in Jackson ssassssessszssssszsssssz sassszsasHssasasfcszsESH II JFLQYD DAY President J SAML lEAD JR Cashier F AWFOKDVicoPres W S I10PPEU Asst luorIn1l rn h j JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK mJckson Kentucky rn and Surplus Jii- m Wo solicit the Banking Business and accounts of rn a Lumber Manufacturers DealersBusinessj Merchants m Farmers t Throughout Eastern Kentucky and offer our Ouetomerstr the most Within the limits of legitimate business rn t COLLECTIONS = A SPEOIALTYh = S252S25252S252S S25252SZ545522525d I 46 JICILLIK8 School of Business M E MILLIKAN Principal Offers unexcelled courses of instruction in LItin every dayworkSpelling Punctuation Office special teacher Single and double eludingwriting operators to date system applied to variuus forms of business Full Arithcalculation Businesscommercial course metie Correspondence Commercial Law Penmanship and Business Practice OUR PUPILS GETPOSITIONS ASK FOR LISTS d ELEVATOR SHORT 8T ENTRANCE SOUTHERN MUrDAL UJIJING LEXINGTOtr KY Aprlycis I Jo 17 4 1 A J I 1 BREATHITT dOUNTYJ IN IVolume NumberI is FIRESTEIN LIBERALTERME3 Trai- ningTVREWRITINO inkeyboard BOOKKEERING NEWS I LANGLEYS mTOnT To the Personal Attacks of Hop kins FamIy Relations amid the Part They aro Playing In This I District A Feeling Speech John W Langley Republican candidate for Congress in this Tenth district is rapidly gaining ground and his election seems practically assured his oppo nent P A Hopkins has become personal in his speeches and has taken Mr Langley to task about his kinsfolk and his plea to them for their support and has also touched him up and charged him with taking care of his kin in a political way and also of having a postoflico established for his afflicted father In order to show unwnrImnted frages we give the following factsJames Click tho grandfather of Hon JohnLnn le dieda few days ago at tho remarkable ago of 106 years A short time before his death ho signed the fol- lowingstntcment To My Kindred of All Political PartiesI watched with pride tho career of my beloved grandson John W Langley and his noble efforts to educate himself and I pare been indignant at the perse cution heaped upon him by those who sought to break him down If ho over runs again for Congress I want all of my relatives to give him their support I do not want them to change their politics but I want them to help him As a Democrat who has voted that ticket for 85 yeas I make this as my dying request of them Signed JAMES CLICK Witnesses A J Cnisr ALEX CLICK sha IIIJJb7everonetor more than half of a century was known throughout tho mountains as an uncompromising Democrat Ho often said that the only Republican votes ho ever cast were for his kinsfolk In the Presidential campaign of 189G although then over one hundred years old ho rode at the head of a Democratic procession through Prestonsburg and carried a large banner Ho walked three miles nnd voted for Bryan who afterwards hearing of tho incident wroto him a personal letter of thanks and congratula tionsMr Langley is deeply devoted to the memory of his grandfather and although strict Republican religiously follows tho teachings of the grandold man and votes for his kinsfolk when the opportunity presents In a speech a few days ago replying to Hopkins sneers and ridicule of his relatives ho referred to them in a feeling and touching manner as follows Although Mr Hopkins is being loyally supported by his Re publican kinsfolk he seeks to ridi cule my argument that my Demo cratic kinsfolk ought to vote for me I think it is n mans duty to vote for his relatives regardless of their politics or tho office they are running for I have always done so and I always will The other day in an humble home up among the hills of Morgan county I saw Aunt Heckle Adkins grand father Clicks only living sister Although is a Democratic household she prayed for my success I saw in her face the imago of my sainted mother and 1 realized then more fully if possible than I ever did before the power of tho ties of blood and I said to her I would rather have that prayer than all the speeches that could be made for mo1 Mr Hopkins critciscs mo for getting offices far my icla tics My friends if you knew the history of it all you would not blame me When I was an ambitious young man and it ap peared likely that I would bo in somebodys way the hand of per secution was laid upon me My father stood by me like a do voted father should stand by his son What he had accumulated Iears of hortciz toil was spent my ami the younger I children were dgpived of advan I tage they woultotherise have had I and I would repay them The opportu nitv came and I did it and 1 wouldnot have been worthy theI name of ivman ifu had not done so It is not trupas Mr Hop kins intimate that I did anything wrong in that connection The facts were all reported to Presi dent Uosevcltml 1 hedecided that I had done no wrong Mr me forgetting a postdftice established form father M friends that of fice pays the magnificent sum of one dollar per wk Uo wanted the oflico to comfort him in his old age and I gotlit for him and I am proud of if I see in this audience ninny who have known my father for more than one thirdof a century He is nearly seventy one isladparalyzed oneono not walked for sixteen years They take him ln a wagon to churchon Sunday and carry him into Gimrch in a chair where he sits and fcs a minister of the Christian c1nirhwhich hon ored position lie1 has held ever since 1 can rccollett I imagine I can see him nowvtting in his old arm chair in Eliiostofice the light of contentment in his eyes with one arm arid one leg helpless and with the other hand tremb nge1handinneighbors f help me Goo I wonldinotchange what I did nor would I have that post office taken front thin for n seat in tho Congress of tIe United States Mr Jlopkin contcnds that because IIfiiivc I been absent in Washfng n fur several years I ho 5 a iyosiyncrcs in the U a1IiJ1P IIFloydrear on childlioodht ixl my youth were spent There I workedand studie1 and hoped and dreamed of the future There my heart has always been and always will boo Here among these dear old hills my ancestors have dwelt for a hundred years Tho Clicks the Crisps the Salmones tho Jarrolls the Crums the Rob insons the Fcnningtons the liar rises the Hickcs and others that I could name They are all my people and they are scattered all over the country The bones of our ancestors are sleeping upon our hillsides They have cleared the forests split the rails built the fences tilled the soil and have lived honest frugalup right lives I am proud of them all How could I ever lose inter est in my home and country l If you will elect me to Congress 1 will prove to you that I have not 11 have hadn hard struggle my friends I have taken advan tage of every opportunity to edu cate myself Year by year I have parted the driftwood of life and have done the best I could to equip myself for a lifo of useful ness Stand by me and I will stand by you in the halls of Congress I never went buck on a friend and never will After his speech Langley was pledged support by a number of Democrats because of his loyalty to his relatives anti his love and unswerving devotion to his father It is freely predicted that Hopkins will lose three hundred votes in Elliott county by his attack on the relatives of Langley Langloys friends claim his alec tion by 1000 majority FOR SALE One good milch cow Call at this oflico NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION The firm of Eversole Son of Jackson Ky has this 15th day of October 1906 by mutual con sent dissolved partnership Judge Evorsolo retiring from the firm and W L Evcrsolo takes charge of tho stock of goods assumes all indebtedness and collects all debts of the firm ABNEB EVERSOLE 524t W L EVERSOLE W CORRESPONDENCE XBI Floyd Watts who was worse DrjSwnnJtoWatts and S J Miller and fam- Ily have been involved in a law suit but have adjusted the matter with a compromise The lleopleI of this vicinity are beltinn take as to how they should exorcise their suffrage They are tired of electing men who act contrary to the interests of tho people Machine politics is but a synonym for turpitude True Democracy consists in the free choice of the people without the domineering of party bosses It can not now be had under the rooster Let us think and then act the machine is grinding for the last timeOn the night of November 6th it will have bust ed John II Combs is not a governmental machinist and when he declares himself for County Judge the people may know he believes in doing things by hand or by the plain old homemade way so that every mans interest can be represented and his pocket book guarded from money grafter When the wicked rule the people mourn He wouldrather be right than to be County Judge PERRY COUNT- YTUOUULESOIE Jasper Stacy one of our suc cessful merchants is planting and enlarging his ginseng patch Loander Keltnnd family of Knott county were the guests of their soninlaw Jasper Stacy last week Born to Joseph Uitchie and wife a Iti1V W b preparing to build a house Ion hisfarm has decided not to do so and is making arrangements tome to klallomaThe frost has iruiHcaUjtetalot of sugar ac t1t t IfJd dltlirrt John Smith will soon have his hndsoino little building finished and it will be quite an improve ment to this part of the county Esq Dobson has four child ren on the sick list William Stacy Son have received u large now stock of goods which they propose to sell at extremely low prices The telephone line at this place is progressing nicely under tho management of Jasper Sacy operator Senator Elking indorses John V Langley SENATK OP THE UNITED STATUS Committee on Interstate Commerce Washington ELKINS W YA Oct 1 OC B II Winn Esq- I note with touch pleasure the nomination of my good friend John W Langley as Republican candidate for Congress from your district Hearing that youiaro chairman of his committee I am delighted to say to you that I have known Mr Langley for a long time and most favorably lIe is a man ofability high character and influential with all tho Re publican leaders in Congress and with the heads of the various de partments Indeed he is one of tho best allround men I have over known and would make able Congressman He could help very materially in securing appropria tions for the lug Sandy and ace mplish a great deal in that direction Ills long career in the public service and wide acquain tance would enable him to hays great influence in the Senate and House in securing this important appropriation I have always fa vored tho Big Sandns you know and had a great fight for its improvement and do hopo that the good people of your district will see the wisdom of electing Mr Langley Ilis splendid ability and large experience will enable him to be very useful in the House of Representatives Very truly yours S B ELKiys Need ra good cathartic A pill U bet Bay a pill like DeWltli Little Early Rlieri About the most relia ble on the market bold by Jaekion Drug On I Tatss I The Largest Circulationi OF ANY PAPER IN THIS SECTION satta =sea tstsstss t TO ADVANCE November AND 1OilUf 2735000 it I Hopkinspriticises mountain mountain thought Jirllinnic1 an CLOSING OUT SALE We want you to know that by January 1st 1907 we intend to close out our entire stock of mer chandise consisting largely of Clothing Boots Shoes Hats Caps Ladies and Gents Furnishings Groceries cf c at what over prices can be agreed upon be tween the customer and ourselves not to exceed cost and carriage and the actual expense of doing business It will be largely to your advantage to see us first We invite all who are thoughtful of their own interest come and be convinced Cleanest and newest stock townYours truly 13 NOBLE Sr NORLE Jat That Sirs longwed excitedly I should tike to know what you had before I married youl Sir LoiiRWod deJectedlyWell I had a latchkey anyway NOTICp FOR BIDSfBids will be received by the Breathitt County Fiscal Court till Friday November 9th 300 p nth for the construction of a steel bridge across Quicksand Creel near its mouth The court rep serving the right to reject any or all bids I Important to Farmers v A Partners Institute will be- Cekl JackaI on SeUniiada3 i l Thursday November 1 tand 15 under the authority of tho State Commissioner and by virtue of an act of tho last Legislature Com petent lecturers employed by the State Commissioner will have charge of the Breathitt County Institute and will discuss with our farmers the best methods of raising crops and fruits nnd also the subject of good roads All our farmers are invited to attend these meetings as they will be both in teresting and instructive Dont forget the date November 11 and 15 at the court house It must haro cost you something to have your daughters voice cultivated I should say It did It cost us nearly all our frlciids IMillndclnlilu Press A YersatlloCnrtoonllit Homer Davenport the cartoon ist is about to combine the crayon with the pen in fact ho is be coming almost as versatile as Hop Smith While the latter builds light houses paints pictures and writes books Davenport breeds Arabian steeds draws forcible political cartoons and writes maga zine articles It is interesting to note that the commission recently given him by tho Womans Home Companion to sketch and describe the Arabian horse and his master on their own windswept desert haunts is tho direct result of Dav enports engrossing love for horses especially the beautiful Arabian kind It is said that Davenport threw over a twerlty thousand dol lar position to write and illustrate a series of Articles on this subject fur the Womans Home Companion FASHIONS FORECAST THE FALL HAT AND ITS FADS AND FANCIES Small Shape the voeaeTagela- Bnlit Iatq Smart Tailored llae MahouT iron and Orara Ilrlk leg Combination In a tew weeks summer hats will be culled In consequently the question trembling on the lips of every other woman pnq meets Is What shall I get for a full haU AM It Is going to be a please yourself season there ICOfrDthoand sbnpca front hlchtQ hOSe but tho essential thing Is to the thing that becoming Paris Is trying again to foist upon us the small hat not the run mad TOQUE OF OLIYB OBECC chapcaux she seVorer last fall but toques and turbans with legitimate back and front that ono oea not haye to puzzle over to tell tower from Nvltbof velvet nnd allk combined tqmaU the body of the had and the trams coy ered smoothly with velvet and felt these will be lip rlgueur But there will be sunny draped hats worn and plain taffeta will be built Into porno very smart tailored hats Outing hats are the first to make their appearance In the shops The HCUHOUH models have rather high Oat clowns and rolling brims rallied high at the sides T J of n tiu 1runch tln IrinyHfdvwitiS silk or velvet alMtwiaffs nilpompons A pale tan affair Is prettily trimmed with light blue silk and bluq pompous Milliners pre predicting u great run for browu huts Among the new color effects ore brown combined wllk Du Barry pink peacock blue and bright green whll n mahogany brown com blued with gray Is very chic Black hnts too are very smart Great quantities of ostrich feathers are a fall hat trimming but those sick ly looking uncurled feathers that have drooped pathetically on so many sum mcr bats have had their day Winter will sco none of them Wings quills breasts and saucy feathers will wave above every womans head on every hatted occasion What with the new winged effects lovely ostrich feathers beautiful how ore the new bats promise to be won nltractheI Is a of Parts upon It It U aa elongated toque with a high arrangement at the back ef ribbon loops and tawny yellow races AMY AnNUM To the Iolat 1 Percy BorLove you Why girl I r love you from thq word go U1aSharpThen please go f kAtpleasing custom at a marriage for the clergyman to kiss the l ride after tho ceremony A young lady who was about to be married in the church did not relish the prospect nnd instructed her prospective husband when making arrangements to II tell the clergyman that she did not tl wish him to kiss her The youngnlJr INell t lady when ho appeared did you tell tho clergyman that I did sot wish him to kiss me 1 Oh jtyfHo cut U would char onl half thi wuU fuLondoR Tefemph f a I t- 1 t The Breathitt Newsr- SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE J wlSl HAGINS EDITOR ZSaas2sa a as sa rnr- n DR O tI SW MPNYSI ANQOm IRN ND rn It 1 Iii OPFlce tlOURS8 A lit TOc P n I RI I lIAItOIS BUILDING ffiIN I KENTUCIY- a 1 r- nlsa asaaaaa aaaa 7SScr 1lOFFIOIt IN CRAWFORD JACKSON S1ii KY BLDOj IMextR mnmmmmmnmmnlllll L O ROARK E 3EJAOKSON KENTUCKY j Will practice In Breathltt nod S MagJIDn Oountles iafWuW1WlWUltlhtilllW1W11W11r1 r Miss FLORENCE PATRICK f STENOOUAPIY AND TYPEWRITING The Taking of Depositions a spedelt CHARGES RIASONAULB k JACKS N KENTUCKY FOR CONGRESS JOHN W LANGLEY i Of Floyd County FRIDAY NOV 2 = TILE PRIMARY OFFICERS l The Frankfort Democratic ma- chinei of which the Breathitt ma chine is a part had the appointment o of this election officers for the primary to be held on the reg s ular election day next Tuesday November Cth Both machines are against Senator McCrcary and foi Governor Beckham The officers for Breathitt countj in the primary should by all the rules of fairness and according to IHW have been appointed and no It titled long before this They have been so appointed and notified i Whtlfreasonis obvious It seems the midnight methods and ballot box 1manipulations will be resorted tc the Breathitt ma1 chive can help the Frankfort ma i chino and the Frankfort machine award the nomination to Bcckham Tho program is to rob McCreary steal the county and give it tc BeckHamIIf a fair board of officers in the l primary had been selected th Beckham following would not be nf raid for the voters know it Hj McCreary had an equal show in Iollicors his friends would bo jubi lane for this would surely defeat Bcckham in this county as the election is held Overwhelming defeat would be written on everI BeelThjamite countenance gloom would bi othick in their pres onco you could feel it AYef ully believe seventyfive per cent of the Democrats in this county aro unalterably for Me Creariifyet if they do not have n fair aridjsrjuaro deal in officers at the primary they had better not vote for fho reason that the vote cast for McCreary will be counted for Bcckham If the gang fails to carry this county for Beckham it seals their doom There will be rattling of i dry bones and gnashing of teeth I tqars of bitterness will follow lik water and for this reason no chances will be taken in appoint ing the primary election officers VOTE FOR LANG LEY 1 The same gang that is for Beck ham is for Hopkins A vote for Hopkins is an endorsement of the Bcckham administration and of the min who have ruled Breathitt like a Czar You Mr Voter know the condition your county was in for nlmost four years before the peot their rights trampled under foot citit of justice blind tigers on every hand and selfconstituted connty olicials surrounded by outlaws controlled by desperate men wag i ig war of extermination on ponce y e A able and defenseless citizens No mans property or life were safe who dared oppose their nefarious deeds No man was safe who had the manhood to denounce lawless nessYes all these things and a thou sand more you know to bs trueI until honest and peaceful driven to desperation armed them selves as if for war with n foreign power brought order out of chaos nnd enthroned law andor dcr Do you want to go back to these things Do you want to g0 through another light of that kind 1 If you do vote for Beck ham and Hopkins endorsing what they endorse Enthrone thesame gang and you will have it only more and worse If you dont want these things vote for Langley for Congress Let us bo men and vote for that which will bring us peace law and good conscience ASSASSINATION CHIEFS FOR BECKIIAM Governor Bcckham has prosti tuted the judiciary of Kentucky to partisan ends and made the courts a part of tho political ma chincry of the State to an extent that no one would have dreamed possible before the era of Gobel ism Kcdwineism and Hargisism that brought him into power nnd notoriety and it ill becomes him now to charge that pardon brokers are opposed to his Sen atorial aspirations Assassination chiefs who have profited most by his judicial partisanship and have found easi est access to his pardon book arcs today moving heaven and earth for Beckhnm in Breathitt county and the Tenth district and this one undisputed fact ought U condemn him in the eyes of all lawabiding citizens and ought to lose him the vote of every honest cleanhanded Democrat in Keno tacky in the Senatorialcontest Lexington Leader FOUND Nice Pork Chops Veal and Lamb at Dills- r BEAUTIFUL ARMS flow They May De Obtained With Little Effort A leading artUt recently described the Ideal arm as follows A womans arms nro of just the con rect length he said when with the measuronstretched The shape of her arms how- e ever Is far more Important than their length They must be symmetrical to ho pretty tho color must be white while not pallid and the skin soft and smooth Perfect arras arc round arms and the ronnducaa should extend all the way from the shoulder right down to the wrist The arms must be plump yet not fat and finished off with n dim pie at the shoulder at the elbow and at tho wrist Dimpled wrists are rare yet one does seo them A pretty wrist Is ono that Is small and tapering Certain wrists are so tiny that they look as though n string were tied around them every above tho hand This kind of wrist Is childish and glues the owner an appearance of youth Nice hands go with nice wrists of course and the woman whose arms and wrists are good will not neglect to musttto It that they are the right color and shape A few simple exercises which can be practiced In the privacy or ones lied 1iumeroom are all that are required In many cases to make an ugly arm pretty There are very few with sup plo arms and very few can lift the arms over the head high enough to es cape the latter completely and touch tho finger tips To make the arms graceful clasp the hands at the back of the head and lean tho head back A great many persons cannot even do this simple thing And to make them supple lift them over the bead swing them around and try In all ways to exert every muscle of the arms at least once every day of your life Women with good arms should en deavor to keep them nice In color as well as nice In shape To keep the arms white there are several recipes ono about as good as the other A great deal depends upon the nature of tho skin and the food that will whiten one cuticle will have no effect whatever upon another Lanolin with a little peroxide of hydrogen Intermixed will make the neck and arms exquisitely white In some cases In oth a milk mado of cucumber juice ben coin and boracjc acid 1 111 Lexington Bankingoa Trust Company Savings Department Pays 3 per cent on Time Deposits Safety Vault Boxes for Rent A GENERAL BANKING AND TRUST BUSINESS Acts as Administrator and Executor Serves as Guardian and Trustee Buys and Sells Stocks and Bonds Accounts of Eastern and Central Kentucky Banks Solicited INTEREST PAID ON BALANCES CAPITAL STOCK 0 fi GOOOOOOO STOCKHOLDERS LIABILITIES 0 60000000 ABSOLUTE PROTECTION TO PATHONS r 120000000 0 LOANS ON REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL SECURITIES SECURITY PRO VIDED ION OIFIrIALB0YD OUR FACILITIES ARE AMPLE FOR THE EFFICIENT TRANSACTION OF ALL BUSINESS HANDLED BY CONSERVATIVE TRUST COM PANIES p CORNER SHORT AND MARKET STREETS LEXINGTON KY VIsitorYour wife wrote me that she would send her drag to meet mo at the station Joucs Oh thats all right She meant me Leslies Weekly PWneriI2i lteaches q to weigh when ready three pounds Put them In a large agate saucepan add oue pint of vinegar and stew gently until tender Pound together In a mor tar four ounces of white onions two ounces oC garlic and tire ounces of fresh ginger root add these to the peaches with six ounces each jf sugar seeded raisins and white mustard seed Add two ounces of dried chillies and tao cupful of vinegar Simmer for ten minutes longer then bottle The Fluke There Is no place from the gulf of Mexico to the bay of Cbaleurs where the fluke or some of his relatives can not bo caught There are twentysix of his species found In the waters of the cast and they range from the half pound flounder to the 100 pound hall but Nora Norways population In comparison With her area Is the smallest In Europe Stop with Hart Bros at Reed Hotelwhen in Lexington We Help You to Save and MAKE MONEY C Having arranged for exceedingly ow clubbing rates with publb of the best and most popular pubs xttons iu the United States Dail Weekly and Monthly we are no eady to fill orders at from Thirt 0 Fifty per cent less than the ir jular prices giving Subsci ibers ful jenefit of the lowest clubbing rates it same time allowing a liberal con uission to Soliciting Agents To advertise our new offer would entail a cost which we savt o the Subscriber by asking encl reader of this item to send a posta ard for Sample Copies of Tn ttEBKi7 ENQUIRER and if so situ ated tp do a little agency woik dur tag the winter make application fo agency It is a fact that Tim EN QUIRER offers more and bette bargains than may be had fron other sources One offer gives 500 Worth fo inly 200 another gives a Daily paper two Weeklies and two Monthlies for only 175 The Veterinary column of Tint WEEKLY ENQUIRER is worth from five to fifty dollars to any horse ownerWrite today to- Enquirer Company Cincinnati Ohia J 3 Here We Are The Celebrated HANAN SHOEThe Best on Earth PRICE 6B5OO PRICE p For Sale By II DAY BROSOO IJaoligorl Ieltuoly- I i 1 RIVERSIDE POULTRY FARM Buy the best to breed from Buff Wyandottcs and Rhode Is land Keds are tho best Fifty fine Aliiaresize and shape Bred for their I distinct laying and show quali I ties Send me your order if you wish to start right I REGINA JET Athol Ky I FOUN D I have found and hold in my possession ono box marked 25 Ibs of Bull Durham Smoking To bacco Initials on box W K N N The owner can have same by calling nndpnying for this advertisement and producing satisfactory evidence N W MILLER 12 Ned Ky Bargains in Real Estate Wo have for sale a number of good farms and town lots among which are the following A good farm of about 400 acres on Frozen Creek within four miles of Jacksont Good dwelling house good barn and outbuildings Good well at dwelling and also at barn Good orchard with moro than 100 trees in bearing and sev eral young trees set out last year 100 acres in cultivation balance woodland Title perfect a good place for anyone looking for a Price S3OOOIA farm of about 400 acres with in 3t miles of Jackson Good dwelling and barn Also a storehouse about 50 acres in cultiva 4 t I tion balance woodland I perfect A good home nnd ehenlI at the price 1600 buys it Another tract of land on the upper Twin Branch of Sprint Fork about 1J miles from Lambric This tract contains 264 nnd is well andI gain for anyone looking after tim ber or coal lands A coal vein about Si feet thick Price 1250 A trust of land at the mouth of Spring Fork containing 350 acres a good dwelling a good store house a good barn about 20 acres bottom land Most of the balance well timbered with poplar and oak close to floating water This is one of the best locations for n store in Brcnthitt county Price 3300 A tract on Laurel Branch of SpringForkLnmbric Well timbered 2700 upbesidespine Sc Also an eleven foot vein of coal This is one Of tho best coal and timber tracts in Brerithitt county Price 10 per acreFor further information call on or address Hagins Blanton JACKSON KY W H Henderson Ayres Street Oj p Pun Office LEXINGTON KY DEALER IN Grain Seeds Feed Wheat Barley Oats and Corn KentuckyBlue Hay Straw do Mill Feed I IDAY BROS r a COMPANY Wholesale and Retail have the most complete stock ofx GENERALV 1 MERCHANDISE L Ever brought to Jackson Consisting oJ of W 1 I VS j1rgll fIyds i = I Qf1l r tSt 1 1 tItSIIj DIril c Ie v f CoGq J tbV S60Sf Wo have the finest line of shoes in Eastern Kentucky Ourr mensa 5fJ f the latest styleV For the Ladies we tame thaiw Fashionable Lot of Shoes money could buy THE LATEST DESIGNS IN MILLINERYThis management of Miss Margaret Basket who can show you The Latest Style Hats direct from New York City Also FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS In all FreshfromIf you need any House Furnishings or FURNITUREWe are the people you are looking for we have it by car loads to suit t every body Come and see us our j- ciiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiimiuiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiimiiiiTTiiimiiiiiiiii r i r iiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiJiuiiM- j t Prices Ire All Right I i inniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiu luiuiuiiuiuiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiimiiiMiui 1111IIIItlltltIIII1IlntllII lnluur DAY BROSl t COMPANY i 1 Jacksonr= Kentucky 1 r f The Breathitt NeV5iLMibllHhcd very Friday CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAR J WISE IIAGLVS EDITOR E1 1LLocal Ir Kycrvlhlng Fresh nt Haddixs Fresh Breakfast oodlit Had dixrt tJJOwis llobcrts of Log Lick was visiting hero last week 11Will J Childers of Filmore was here on business Monday Born to Mr and Mrs Fnris jBackon October list n girl w Demosthenes Noble of Lam lyric was hero on business Tues day Qrawford Co lire laying a f fntjjv pavement in front of their store A D Jackson Inns accepted a yposition with the K hf V Co nt Robbins Solomon Nix WHS held to an swer for the burning of J B No bios store ut Clay Hole I Mrs Sallie M Barnett in very r sick with tiholcrn morbus at her I tt residence on tho Heights Call Phone 27 when you want Afresh or cured meats of any kind spills the Now Meat inn l It A Ilurst hits erected a new i fton sidewalk in front of iiis property corner of Broadway and Mainsheets 4jp Z Dyer has re papered and refurnished his barber shop on Broadway which aids very much fUo its appearance A n Thompson hits the contract for the papering and paint ing of G G Browns now resir J dcnco on cast Main street ta W Sewell is erecting n newt barn on tho same site where his barn way burned last your which win nearly opposite tho jail lion John C Griffith wishes to Slate that ho was one of the twenty tlTrJo members of tho legislature wjio voted against the dog tax law jtElbcrt Hargis Joint Smith nnd IIfohn Abncr who were indicted I for the Cox murder were allowed t Iitil in the sum sat i agreement which i SlIm Noblo and wife nnd Miss Miohi Noble of Noble and Mrs Hachael Campbell of Stacy and Emery Noble of Smith Branch wore visiting at Caney last week ll II Gibson left Wednesday for a short visit to his former home Toronto Canada lIe will return home next Friday accom panicd by Mrs Gibson nnd child ren nnd her mother Mrs Bee The residence of Wm Wells on Miller Branch about two miles from here was destroyed by fire last Friday night Nothing was saved This leaves Mr Wells and his family in destitute circum stances Judge S S Tiiulbeo Is prepar ing to build u stave and tie hoist just above tho cutoff wliich will cof great benefit not only to him but to all of his customers in tho prompt handling of their ties and staves 0 r Baker Crawford colson of A Sam Crawford of this place was killed last Friday near Salt Lick by falling from a moving train Both of his legs were cut off und I ho died soon after the accident Ills remains were brought here Saturday for burial White Navy and Limn Beans at C Haddcns t Pleasant Halloween The supper and entertainment a given in the court house by tho Ladios Aid Society of tho Chris tine Church on tho evening off October 31 was well attended and f jorcd bV all The program for r AUiffovohlhij was well planned and w urricU out Tho tables were con tjnuously filled with guests but tho Indies wore prompt in their delightful service Mrs Pollard was very succcsful at tho fish pond and tho fishing was exhausted bo fore the crowd was tired of the t J Isport Mrs Swnngo as fortune C teller gladdened tho hearts of all y with fair promises The ladies Or i amply redeemed their pledge of a pleasant evening to nil who e twlclodandeleared about 70 o- nt t1 entertainment UndLL f WHAT IT MKAXS TO YOU As election day approaches it becomes more and more evident that a well formed plan is on foot to steal tho primary in this county i for Bccklmm and linger This is- o vital importanco to every citizen of Breathitt county Gang rule hero has retarded the development of the wonderful resources of our county by keeping away foreign capital and if it can bo made to appear that the citizens of this county endorse the State machine or that the gang still controls the elections in Brenthitt investors will seek other places to place their capital and thereby every foot of mini in this county will bo cheap ened Again the stealing of your vote is a personal affront and if you hUe tho proper respect for your manhood you will resent it If you are a known Democrat you are entitled to a vote in the primary no matter how you voted in this regular election and if any olliccr of tho qlcction prevents yoy from voting he is subject to the penalty fixed by law for election frauds On November Cth let every honest voter watch for fraud and report same to the proper officials The salvation or ruin of Brcathilt county rests with the in dividual citizens and the responsibility cannot bo avoided Fresh Figs Dates Raisins Currants at Haddixs FOR RENT One six room house nnd one two room house both good lo cations fpr further information apply at this office Hopkins For nng Tax Hopkins is for tho dog tax al though he denies it in this county In n speech at Inez Ky on tho 2lld of last month Hopkins said It tho Dog Tax Law may bo n good law it probably is An affidavit of the same is made by W It McCoy County Attorney of Martin countIElgin Creamery Butter at C Haddcns Note Against the Machine Democracy moans the greatest good to tho greatest number Docs anybody believe that it would bo good Democracy to vote for Hopkins when ho admits that he is not in sympathy with the pow itJlnt be and therefore cannot thinJ Sorie for you and ngninstLangley who is in sympathy with tho powers nt Washing ton and can nnd will got timings done 1 Vote for your own inter ests by voting for Langley Fresh Bread at C Haddcns Narrow Escape Monday afternoon tho four yenr old daughter of T D Jones the furniture man was playing near the lire place when her cloth ing caught on lire Wm Webb who was near was time first to reach tho child and by promptly smothering tho flames and tearing time burnitur clothing away from her body saved the little girl tram serious injury Mr Jones was on his way to Cincinnati but was reached by a telegram nt Torrent and ho returned on tho evening train Fruits of all kinds at C had hens Arlington Hotel Bnrno On Thursday about 2 p m time Arlington Hotel caught fire reported to bo from the kitchen flue but it had gained such a headway when discovered that it could not be extinguished A considerable portion of time furniture nnd be longings were taken out some of which was badly damaged on ac count of the hurry in getting it outThe Arlington Hotel was built about fifteen years ago and was one of the most boautffuland best equipped hotels in Eastern Kentucky Judge S S Taulbce purchased it nearly four years ago nnd has conducted it over since and has had a good patronage Judge Tnulbcos loss is very heavy amounting to probably be tween 8000 nnd 10000 ho hawing very littlo insurance on the propertyMrs Marcums property adjoining was saved by a heroic light More people assisted in trying to save the hotel property than wo have ever seen in a fire fight hone Time town should have water works tend Q better system of fire protection which we hope we will have in the near future as enough property has boon destroyed I in Jackson to equip time finest fire department ihtho State f HARVARD PREFERRED Il If In Musical Conservatories and Colleges on Account of LastingQualities and Superior 99 Tone nn U Ir It ENDICOTT i FACTORY KliPKESENTATIVE JACKSON its FRESH SAUSAGE At Dills New Meat Shop Oyster Supper The Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist church will give nn oyster supper on Wednesday evening November 28th Card of Thanks I take this method of thanking my friends for their kindness and kind treatment to my wife during her recent nlllictionBHKCK FUNOIIOM Adjudged Insane Mrs Breck Flinchum was on last Monday adjudged a lunatic and sent to time asylum at Lexing ton She had been in bad health for some time It is to be hoped that she will soon be restored to her right mind lust got in n new lino of canned goods C HADUKN i Surrendered by Jlondsnien Flint Davis deputy sheriff ar rested George Anderson lust week charged with the robbery of 10 from William Russell He hnd been indicted for the crime moil had given bond but his bonds men became suspicious of him and hud him arrested Tho deputy sheriff said the suspicions were well founded as he was fleeing the country when arrested Hcintz Pickles nt Haddixs New Jury Commissioners John Griffith of Elkatawa A A Allen of Noble and Samuel Patton of Rousseau were ap pointed jury commissioners by Judge Riddcll last week They filled up the jury wheel withnames to be used for the juries for the j year 1907 If they have given us us good juries as we have had for the past year we will bo thoroughly satisfied Fresh bread and butter at Had dixs Church Announcements HAlTIST GltUllGlt Service at the Baptist church Sunday ut 11 a m and 7 p m by RovW II Sctzor Tho Lords Supper will be observed at the close of tho morning service METHODIST CHOUGH Trenching at tho Methodist church every Sunday morning at 11 oclock and at night at 7 oclock also every Wednesday night at 7 oclock All arc cordially invited W W GIuRta1astorO- IIItisTItN OllUKCII The pastor will present tho sub ject of State Missions Sunday at 11 a m and take an offering for Kentucky missions At night the subject will bo Cornelius Tile prayer meetings are becom intone of tho interesting features of the services at this church At the last service there were two additions by letter and one confession There will bo baptismal services next Sunday nt the river Fresh Cakes at Haddixs Closing Out IP YOU WANT DRY GOODS NOTIONS AND SHOES AT COST CALL ON VUCOLECO t FOR SALE Anything you want in the meat lino at the Now Moat Shop next to bank James Muir trustee for J H Wintorbothnm Sons of Robbins was hero on business Monday J L lagins who had been visiting here for the past ten days returned to his home at Doyles villc lust weak John E Miller of Clay Hole has moved his family to Fincastle Mr Miller is a good citizen and we regret very much to lose him James P Amsden of Versa lies president of the Louisville At lantic railroad died at a hospital in Lexington Sunday night Tuesday at Louisville the State Primary Committee met and approved of the election officers ap pointed by the various county committees A white man and two negroes were seriously injured Saturday while working on the now capitol building at Frankfort by the falling ofa temporary piece of floor SagThc HaziirdHLdman Telephone Company has completed its line to Colson Letcher county This gives connection with Jackson Hind man Whitcsbnrg and Prestons burg At Bear Wajlow Madison county Sunday night Deputy Sheriff George Hill shot nnd instantly lulled William Turner at the door of tho church Turner was a fu gitive from justice and when Hill attempted to arrest him ho fired upon the officer Hill returned the fire nndnt the third shot Turner fell dead Tho dead man hud a long criminal record Seo C Iladdenthe Grocery Man MASTER Commlsslonofsao Breathitt Circuit Court J P Grain Plaintiff- vs Notice of Sale J P Arrowood Adminis trator of Harvey Lynch Decoasede Defts By virtue of a judgment nnd order of sale of time Breathitt Cir cuit Court made and entered in time abovostyled cause at its Oc tober term 1900 for the sum of 124890 with interest from the 24th day of October 1900 and- S costs therein expended I shall proceed to otter for sale nt tho court house door in tho town of Jackson Ky on Monday November 2606 between the hours of 12 oclock m and 2 oclock p m tho follow ing described real property lying nnd being in tho town of Jackson Breathitt county Ky Beginning on Main street tieven oIby L Y Red wine which is now occupied by said Centers thence with Main street 50 feet nnd six inches to Sycamore street thence with Sycamore street 110 feet to Wiley II Combs corner thence with said Combs lino 40 feet to opposite the beginning thence a straight lino to tho beginning said lot fronting 40 feet and six inches on Main street and extending back to Wiley If Combs lot Said property will bosoldat public auction to the highest and best bidder on a credit of six months and tho purchaser will bo i required to give bond for tho pur chase money with approved se curity bearing interest from date and having tho force nnd effect of fi + f L1iI ti v MANTELSWe Tile Grates Etc = Our mantels are of beautiful design and are excellently manufactured ic r rf w We have many patterns from which toselect from the daintiest base to the heaviest cabinet Catalogues mailed upon request COMBS LUMBER CONo 231 EAST MAIN STREET BOTH PHONES No 139 No 019 WEST HIGH STREET BOTH PHONES No 25 LEXINGTON KENTUCKYj a replevin bond and a lien willbe reserved in said bond for the full payment of tho purchase price and interest Bidders must bo prepared to comply promptly with these terms The whole debt 124300 in terest 333 cost J W CAIIIWRU 11 C B CC u MASTER wmissionor s Salo h Breathitt Circuit Court Wreck Combs Plaintiff vs Notice of Sale Nellie Turner c Defts By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Breathitt Circuit Court made and entered in the nbovostylcd cause nt its Oc tober term 1900 for the sum of 50000 with interest from time 24th day of October 1900 and S herein expended subject to a credit of 197 00 of date Octo her 1 1903 I shall proceed to of for for sale nt the court house doer in the town of Jackson Ky on Monday November 26 06 between the hours of 12 oclock m and 2 oclock p m the follow ing described real property lying and being in the town of Jackson Brcnthitt county Ky A house and lot beginning at Robert Davidsons corner thentO up the road with the fence to Win M Combs post at tho stone fence thence n straight lino up the hill to tho stable tnenco with time fence to Davidsons line thence with sons to tho be giningSaid property will be sold at public auction to tho highest and best bidder on n credit of six months and tho purchaser will be required to give bond for the pur chase price and interest Bidders must be prepared to comply promptly with these terms Whole debt 50000 interest- S cost 5 J W CAIIDWKLI M C B C C HOTEL FOR SALE e Sixteen room hotel known as time Shepherd Hotel for sale Well equipped Located in business part Main street of Irvine Ky on lot 120 ft by 330 ft Also good store house on same property Business oQd Xrico reasonable Cull on or address S L TUDOJl Proprietor 5053 Irvine Ky HEADACHES and EYESTRAINS Many who have for years suffered intensely from chronic sick headaches using drugs of all lands without any benefit have found immediate nnd per mamcnt relief in- PROPERLY PDJUSTEb iCfSSES Because eyestrain was tho o t cause Wo remove tho cause and our euro is lasting SPTISF TION iUfftANTEED DFLEENOR JEWELER AND OPTICIAN JACKSON KENTUCKY 4 a fi11 t- Qr YOLrillGetAlIThats r rx W Coming to You 4irxFTHERE IS NO FAKERYF F- ioF In our method of business for every dollar r- o you pay us you got one hundred cents value in iYr return wi 0 We Believe in Square Treatment nighto 0- rs a pngo space our then you wonldnt know how good they are F t COME TO OUR STOREF tF roSoyou can see for yourself thats the surest way m i Crawford Co JE 1r JACKSON KENTUCKYroMx I iiiOiF4 fn n j titMIXED t ti g PAINTS 1 w W- i11 Just recelVC1a full line 1 1vhich we guarantee 1 I W aE- all 1 111 I Titir JLTwi- ll n cover more space last Iand look better111 longer than tiavyotliei paint made Call I 1 01allcl see color cards and get 11 Wi11 1 ti Jackson Drug I Co I SIu JOB PRINTINGTH- E BEST AT LOWEST PRICES At Breathitt County News Office IIVIANYIVIEMcRIALS IThere are many memorials erected to commemorate the deeds of those who have passed on but whatever their form pray be no person of natural sentiments feels like die punsing with a suitable marker to designate the last resting place Dont waste time lookingaround come here first I have the mos Q ment you want r I RM SHEL1JACKSONKY I Gfie PILLAR OF LIGHT By LOUIS TRACY Author of TV Wbig f tfa Morning i Copyright UOt br Xdwud J Clcxle t I j ife walked Onnly tj the door opened It nd catered He had made up his mind what to say and how to say IJ It would be best tb askhls wife to dl8 CUlmatterl In at frleWuy spirit and torT their daughters sake ngreo to norile arrangement whereby Constance 1i1yirn 8ee her OCCBllonftUy There need be BO tears no recriminations no- l painful raking through the dust heaps or the vanished years The passion the OKoajV of the old days was dead Their cocrst hail been welt kept It was known only to those whom they could t trust and they might part without L rhcirtburnlnp while Constance would spared the suffering of knowing thst her mother and the were sept raf5d forever These things were well ordered In hip brain when he looked at his wife She I I stilL the iatd nothing was seated near the window and her beautiful eyes brilliant as ever were fixed on his with harrowing Intensity They hone with the dumb pain of a wounded animal lie walked toward her and hold out his band Her Illness bad brought out certain resemblances to Constance Khe looked younger as some women do look after Illness Surely bo could not even bad he harbored the thought UHO cruel words to this wan stricken 4romnn the wife whom be had loved whom he bad suffered Nanette he said with utmost gen tlcucss do not be distressed Indeed there Is no reason why our meeting sliould bo painful It Is better that we should have a quiet talk than that we Bhould part again In anger and bitter nessShe caught his hand in both ef hers Still she said nothing Her large eyes gazed up at him as If she sought tc read in his face the thoughts he might IOt utter the memories be might not I recall Her lips distended He saw her mouth twitching at the corner hisIEOinetblng rose in his throat and eilfled him I appeal to you not toglvowqj- to to emotion You maybecome ill- I again aUd I would never forgive my self Still clinging to his hand she sank on her knees by his side But there was no wild burst of tears Her sorrow jiras too deep for such kindly aid Stephen she whispered faintly I cannot ask you to forget but you hays Epokeii of forgiveness Can you for gie rlie bent over and would have raised her She clung to hUn with such en cry that he desisted mnnnuredwbcILope to obtain from my Creator But she panted in that unnerving wWsper I treated you so vilely I left you to join the man you had flight to save tnef1 deserted iny bus ad and my child for the sake of tM v money he bequeath d to neSjfl the lust of wealth 1itrofe to crush you out of my heart Lad now that God las humbled mil must humble my i elf Stephen I am not your wife I 4 obtained a divorce Nanette he cried 1 cannot bear to see you kJbclluK at my fet I ask no revelations I forgive you any wrong you may have done me fully nnd as Ihope to be forgivent She yielded to his pleading and al vloweU him to raise her For an Instant the was clasped to his breast It would be happiness to did In your nruiH Stephen shejiaid wildly U I do not deserve It I know but heaven II merciful Thc dreadful Idea possessed him that hi her weak state this passionate wish might be granted Nanette be cried you must con trol yourself If you will not promise to sit down and talk quietly I will l Jave you She obeyed him Instantly I tltsnt care how much you scold iwc she said but you must not RO toway I meant to see YOU before I left- 1cnzancc I came hero that night I looked through the window I saw my daughter and her adopted sister listen lux to you and weeping because of a mother1 shame TheH I must have lost my senses I ran away I remember- nothing elso until I woke up to find Constance caring for meIn your bouse Ho tried to break in upon the trend of her thought This was by no means the line ho had Intended to I7Udue ills how was to soothe tad calm her to IWt her lit aumr and without giving her1 cause to deplore a lou of dignity aam only too pUatad that when 111 hose overtook you you were committed to my Cite aael to CsiuUace Poor trim Him tUttfbtycu were totDid you tell Ur UtfNo but laUewll1lt to be Aiiumed Wulsb U MM Mmlth1al 4 w4111 itt tituU SS- 4- 0 w k In TEe EolelSflfor you left tho room I had to say something It was better for youthat I filipu say you were my wife So even In that trying moment you strove to shield mo from unjust suspi dons Stephen bow could I hnvo acted toward you ns I did I I Again be endeavored to lead her to J talk of the future rather than tho past There Is one great surprise in store for you he said But It Iia pleasant one in every way Enid Is Mr Trains daughterI glad she eald simply 1 do not understand but you must tell me another time Just now I can think only of you and of myself You m- uststentenjI do pULthat you demand hide myself anywhere tint you must know everything When we parted when 1 deserted you to nurse a dying man r was foolish Snd willful but not wholly abandoned Nor have I ever been I was rich enough to gist ify my whims and for a time I lived In Paris on the Riviera in Florence and in Blarrtts But r was always meeting people who knew you and although my wealth and perhaps my good looks kept mo In a certain set I felt that our friends Invariably took your side and despised me That 1m blttcrod me the more At last your fa ther died and I avf some vogue refer once to your disappearance fnisn sod ety I employed agents to trace you They failed Then I went to America and lived on a ranch In Nebraska where I obtained a divorce frbm you on the ground of desertion Desertion StephcnttTtiht as the plezl raised She fjavo a mocking little laugh Brand thlnklnr it best to fall In with her mood sat la Hence on a chair whlelrn tld wncI6s to the win dow From his house he could set the wide sweep of Mounts bay The Trlntty tender was steaming out from the harbor It struck him As an ex traordinary tact that this was the day of his relief had be served his full two mouths on tho rock Today by his own design theleCOfld era of his checkered career would have come to a peaceful close Within a little while ho would have taken Con stance and Enid if unmarried on that long contemplated continental tour But tho hurricane came when the blast ot the terrible ones is as a storni ana th1 pllkr the refuge ol his distress became thecenter of In flu euces destined to mold his life afresh What did it all meanT He bowed his face Into his hands Ho heard Lila wifes low wef voice continue- I lived there nearly six years Then my manager died lIe was an English man named Vanslttart Within a month his wife died There was some fever about the place and I became frightened A ipnglng for the old life seized me and I went east but not as Mrs Brand the name which I always bore In Nebraska I had done with it and with you as I thought Constance never entered my mind save da a fee ble memoryso I became Mrs Etta Vanslttart Brand raised his head and looked at her again She was speaking now la a curiously subdued tone She Will giving evidence against herself and giving It truly In Newport Saratoga and the Adi rondacks In summer In New York during the winter I lived In a drowsy content People who take drugs must reach that state but their condition ti pitiable when they ire aroused Many men asked mo to marry them I laughed at the Idea At last I met Mr TrailL We were friendly for quite five years I came to Europe to the Engodlne where I found that Mrs Stephen Brand troubled life was forgotten but Mrs Vaaslttart the rich widow was popular There I saw Mr Tram again Ho offered me marriage and I fancied it would be well to ally my self with a man so distinguished and widely known on both sides of the At pectedIcepted him but stipulated that I should go back to the States and wInd- up my affairs there returning to Paris for the Wedding That was necessary If I would maintain my deception So Stephen after a lifetime of vagary and wandering this Ifl the result I am bespattered by them d of my own acts I see my forgotten daughter grown tn eauttruT womanhood I met my hut band whom 1 might have loved and Honored fcaflently following the path Into which my neurotic Impulses drove him Stephen do you think my punish mentll complete 11 The bitter self condemnation in her voice was not defiant but subdued She MdfraveicdfafbJ spirit through the va1e of tears since the Gulf Rock barred her orirardproltress Though she asked a question she seemed to expect no answer Brand thinking to render her task loss trying was still looking through the window and watching the steady churning of the tender toward Cam du and thence to the lighthouse At last he spoke When I entered this room he said I meant to avoid a scene which must bard been as exhausting you as It Is painful to me Yet as It happens It il well for both of us that you have lifted the veil from what has gone before Now It should be dropped forever Tell me what you wish to do I will obey Dont you think it will be better It we defer a final settlement You have already taxed your frail powers beyond their limit No Stephen Speak now I will not faint nor yield to weakness I will live Have no fear Death docs not como as a skillful healer of the wound ed conscience It may be sought and I have thought of that But Constance would suffer nndit it will spare her pain I will endure to tho end Surely I owe her that reparation I committed moral suicide once In my life Let It suffice The fixed plan of the study with Its carefully arrarged phrases was not BO readily acceptable to the man now What wouldtbecome of hla wife if he drove her fdrth this time of his own accord to live in mournful solitude brooding over a wasted life and look Ink forward only to an occasional visit from her daughter InhtheNUhEtM rioltdfreiicree of banishment against this etbe tt4 gbojtllke crture jo had been t e5w W t l is sfltorjfiugTEdiftout the heart of the storni- Ho stood up and faced tier carcles whether or not the stress of Inward conflict In his eyes belled tho calm gravity of his words Perhaps you are stronger than I he said We must meet again tomorrow or next day Some of the young people will be returning soon If you wish It I will not tell them I have seen you It Is for you to decide Stephen She seemed to be quite hopeless resigned to any twist or turn of fate Hero was a broken woman Indeed anl the spectacle was torturing lIe bad never understood her as a bright young girl and a bride of nineteen lIe did not understand her not A man of his oakllkeT qualities could not grasp the nature of a woman who bent as a reed before each putt of wind It woe hard to utter even a common place farewell She held hint by her very helplessness But the rapid trot of a horse caught his ears and while be stood irresolute he saw Constance alighting from the dogcart Ills wife looked out too They heard their dough tcr laughingly regret thatshe could not ask Mr Pyne to luncheonmeals were Irregular events Just then Brand felt a timid hand grasping hit and a choking tob proclaimed that Con stances mother was crying lIe stooped with a motion that was almost a caress Dont cry he said I cannot beat It I can bear anything Stephen she sobbed If onlylpou will let me stay with you forever Do you mean that Nanette he gasped Incredulously I have prayed yes dared to pray that It might be so ever since I saw my child She baa brought us together again Let us not part for her sake and for mine Stephen It It Is not toe lateSo Constance hastening up the garden path could not believe her eyes when she saw her father lift her moth er Into his arms and klsa her Mary the mold never ceased woe during why every other member of her sex In Laburnum cottage should be tearful yet ridiculously happy that aft ernoon Mrs Vanslttart wept and Miss Constance wept and Miss Enid wept when she came IB while Mrs Sheppard WM weeping at Intervals all day Nevertheless they were all delighted In their woo and Mn Sheppard al though she cooked a tremendous dinner never scolded her Once It was also a remarkable thing that the Invalid lady should Insist that she was strong enough to come downstairs that evcnlmr She did not eat a great deal poor thing but she looked ever so much better and seemed to find all her pleasure in gazing alternately at the master and Miss Conitfwco and in III toning to every word they said In the garden next night the moon being now very brilliant Indeed Pyne said to Constance that the stepaunt Idea having fizzled out be guessed that the lady who figured in that unclassl Ocd degree ot relationship would pose more satisfactorily as a niotherhi law lie said other things that have been said in many languages SIPCO mel be gan to woo women but the phrases are hackneyed save to those who listen and need not be repeated here But why two marriages should take place after extraordinarily short en gig monta no one In all Penrance know save Lady Margaret Stanhope and she mlrablle dlctu being aoman kept her counsel It created no cud of a sensation when Constance was described In the London newspa pers as Only daughter of Sir Stephen Brand Dart of Lesser Hambledon Northumberland Local tgosalp quick ly exhausted Itself aa both weddings took place In London the only avail able Items being the magnificence of the diamonds given to Enid and Con stance by Mr Tram and the fact that In Constance case the brides moth er was described as looking charm ing In a silver gray costume trimmed with point dalencon lace Even when confronted with this mo mentous statement by Mrs Taylor Smith Lady Margaret only shrugged Iller shoulders and purred- A romance my deara rOmance of real life On the day following the departure of two happy couples for the continent Mr and Mrs Pyue to Italy Lieuten ant and Mrs Stanhope to the Riviera with Intent to meet In Home at Easter fl quieter and more sedate couple ok train at Waterloo for Southamp- tonI bound for the far west Although a Nebraska decree ot di vorce does not bold good In English law Lady Brand wished to be married again in the state which sanctioned her early folly Her husband agreed readily Everybody Including Mr Tralll and lady Margaret had arrang ed to turn up at the north country mansion In May Provided there were no hurricanes Sir Stephen thought his wifes health would benefit by the dou ble sea voyage and he was personally delighted to see the new world for the first time In her company Their steamer sailed from Southamp ton at 11 a m After dinner that night they were abreast Of the Gulf Rock and Brand pointed out to his wife Ita occulting gleam frOth afar It makes me feel very humble she sold after they bad watched lie radi once darting outf over the tumbling seas for a long tlmelii silence Why sweetheart htf asked It is so solemn so Intense in its en orgy so splendidly devoted to Its single purpose Now It is an odd thing be replied as watchful to check her occasional qualms of retrospect as be had been during many a long night to keep that same light at Its normal state of clear eyed brilliance but It does not ap peal to me In that way It is winking portentously as much as to say You old humbug tberoyou ore leaving me after all these years and running away with your own wife THE Lien For year I starved then I boui ht a 50 curt bottle of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and what that bottle benefited me all the god In Georgia could not buy I kept on taking It and In two nonths I was at well and hearty at I ever wi I still use a little occasion sIlj II find It a fine blood purifier and a good toriloV May yod live lOng md proiparOl Cornell Boding GAug2 1003 Kodelli fold hereby Jackson Drug Co 4 Pc Fortnnuto MIsHourhuis When 1 was a druggl t ut Livonia Mo write T J Dwyer now of Grsyavlllc Mo tlute of my ciito mere wore permanently cured of con sumption by Dr Klugls New Discov rysiidare Ifand strong today One was trying to sell his property and move to Arizona but after using New Diecovtyj a short time lie found It unnecessary to do no I regard Dr Kings Kew Discovery IJ the mos wi n Jerful ffiedlctne in uxisCcncp Surest Cough and cidJ cifre and Throat and LUIIK heilqr Guaranteed by iiiI Jackson Drug Co Price 503 and ft Trial t Tree Of Co rn Teacher And now Sammy where was the Declaration of Independence signed T Sammy At de bottom Leslie Weekly l The best trentmcn Jar and troublerof the strnsoli Is to rfnt the stomach It can be rested bj starvation or tiy the use of a good dl geitant which will digest the foix1 catnnthii taking till work off tin stomach At the proper temperature I tingle teaspoonful of Kodol will whnljy dlgeit OOltrralni of food I relieves the present annovmiee pltr the stomach In good hare to sails fftcbrlly perform Its functions Good for cndlgest Ion tour stomach list ii Ipncn pnliUallpn of the heart anti dy jippila ICidol is niade in tllo conformity with the National Pun Food and rug Law Sold by Jackior Dru Co Little Reso in Bo Theres one fellow at least who il not spoiled by success Who Is utrTlie weather man Philadelphia Press THE TEXAS W NDEK Cures nil Kidney Bladder and Hhcumntic troubles Sold by all druggists or two months treatment WImonials 22ly To Tent Hotter To test tho purity of butter smear a llttlo on a piece of clean white paper roll up tho paiwr and burn It If the butter In pure the smell of the burning paper will not prove unpleasant but if tho butter is not pure a distinct odor of tallow Is noticeable Paper Makln Machine Many of the paper making machines of the present day are over 100 feet long and require p building to them selves Poatmiuttcr Kibbert F W Fouts Ioitmanter at River ton la nearly Iln lila lilt and was robVed of ml comfort according to hili letter which tajs For 20 leers 1 lied chronic liver complaint which led to such a ease of Jaundice that even mj finger naIls turned yellow when m doctor prescribed Electric filters which cured me anti ke fme well for eleven years 8 ire cure ror Billion tieit Nauraljln Weakness said all Stomach liver Kidney and Bladder derangement A wonderful tonic Al JAckson Drug 01 60 cents Prcienr of SIlniL I Blnks Put on your bat Jane or you I will catch coldPunc- hKILLmK 1 COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNCS J KingsNe EOR cON8UHPTION OU8H8 Od fOLDS II00lSI00 urltt and ckHt Our for all- TOt7ZLIJorONZT I T1 A Itlaiuitain of lout oould net bring uimh hal iitleNa to Mrs Lucia Wllke of Onrnllne AVIi ae did one 23c box of llucklenrf Aruba Solve when It cnmiiletely cured a run nine sue on her leg wliluli had tor titri her 23 lung yanrs Greatest an tlseptlo healer of rilr Vounds and- S ires 25o nt 1 okt tMi Drug Ooi Not Him Touslit you wus goln to de den lint Xnwl I fought Id take this here ibscn treatment Puoblo ChIeftaIn line li our cundriued opinion oft 10 Original Laxative Cough Syrup Nearly all other cough trrupii an onnitlpatlrg especially those contaIn log opiates Kenned II Laxative con a1nbrig Hone and Tar motel the mweU Oonlnlni no opiate COw nrms In the National Pure Food am irug Law SiUt by Jackson Drug Ou M Good ToolaI Have good tools even it they have to IKS few for your work no matter whether It Is art In sonic one of Its va tied forms business or housework Tho qualitY of your tools will reduce the wear and tear of tho work on your temper to a minimum DcnthH IK in Aiiiuiullcltls cress in the mnio ratio that tin ie of Dr Kings New Life Iilli in reare They save jou front duiker tad bring quick and pnlnle s r leai urn COIIIIIa lull mud Ihe I ls gn wlii lilt ur it SLrnii II arid vigor SinaI lliw their tHI liiaranleed hr lh fckfdii Drug ii 25a TIT them Ourtr liirl Clinrin An emblem of K03il luck a slufTcil crocofllle Is seen over many doom anti sate ways In Cairo The custom of put ting this nulrnnl In exulted positIons corrmpontls exactly to our custom of nailing n liarseslioo over the door Cat Iron Scale Cast Iron scale Is harder than tern pored tool steel Go ul fur everything mlve Is tifpd or and Pfpeelally recc mine nil cil foi lea That is what we fay of DeVltt Witch Hazel Salve On the market ur years alllia standby in thouiand f frtinille Get DeVVltti 8111 b acktin Drug Co Spinach Have you ever heard spinach called the broom of the Btoumeh It Is the most valuable of all vegetables and saves many times Its cost lu doctor bills and medicine Give children K reimdy with npleaf mt taste Dont force unileMam nirdlclne down their throat Kemp lys Laxative cun lning Honey ana tIr I nui4 pleasint to take CUll 0 n like it antias a relief for c Ids muRiii etc there is nuthing better to opiates Ojnfornn to Nailonn tnre Food and Drug Law Sold bj Jackson Drug Co Stock Profits can be greatly Increased by giving special care to the health of every animal and fowl on the farm Sick poultry sheep cattle hogs horses etc depend on their livers to keep them well Black Draught Stock and Poultry Medicine keeps their livers working and therefore keeps theta well BlackDraught Stock and Poultry Medldne is ac pure natural vegetable blood purifier and acts by regulating the stomach Uyer and bowels- It prevents and cures Hog Cholera Chicken Cholera Colic Dis temper Coughs Colds Constipa tion Fever Loss of Appetite Wasting Away and all the common stock diseases It Is a perfect medicine for general farm use Try It Price 25c for a large can at all druggists and dealers THE NEW IDEA ENNEDYMm I RAILROAD TIME TABLES II L ERAILWAY SUMMER TIME TABLE EFFECTIVE SEPT 9 1000 WEST BOUND NO 1 NO 3 i Daily Daily Ex Suu AM r n Lv Jackson 6 10 2 25 O K Junction 6 15 9 80 Elkalmva 0 20 2 at Oaktlalo 6 33 2 45 Athol 0 40 2 53 TalleR 0 40 1 01 Su Helens G 50- ticnttyvillc 3 12 Junct 7 07 8 20 Torrent 7 30 3 42 Natural Bridge 7 45 3 55 Campton Junct 7 50 3 57 Stanton 8 15 4 25 Clay City 8 25 4 3t Indian Fields 8 42 4 5- 0LEiunct 868 5 03 Winchester 9 10 5 20 Ar Lexington 0 55 6 05 I NO 2 NO 4 I EAST BOUND Daily Daily Ex Sun I PM AM Lv Lexington 2 25 7 85 Winchester 3 10 8 12 TiE Junct 3 25 8 2t Indian Fields 8 40 S 42 Clay City 4 00 9 00 Stanton 4 10 9 OR Campton Junct 4 40 0 35 Natural Bridge 4 45 1 40 Torrent 4 57 U 58- BeattvrillcJuncL 5 18 10 H St Helens 5 27 10 22 Tallega 5 37 10 3- 2Atlio 5 45 1040 Oakdalo 5 50 10 48 Elkatawa 6 02 11 osl OKJunct G 05 11 Ar Jackson 6 10 11 16 CONNECTIONS- L E JUNCTION Trains Nos 1 2 and 3 will make connections with 0 0 Ky for Mt Sterling CAMPTON JUNCTION All trains connect with Mountain Cen tint Railway for Pine Ridge and CamptonBEATTYVILLE UNCTION Trains Nos 2 lJ and 4 connect with L A Ky for Beattyville O K JUNCTION Trains No 3 and 4 with the Ohio Kentucky for Iccal stations on O K Ky CIIAS SCOTT G P A Mountain Central Depart Arrive 6 30 a m Pine Ridge 11 05 a m 230 pill Pino Ridge 6 00 p m Arrive Depart 8 00 n m Campton Jun 10 05 a m 1 00 p m Campton Jun 4 40 p m Make connection with nil L E passenger trains O K Railway Effective May 2Ind 1905 I East Hound West Bound I STATIONS luiLY TM LV PM n PM Aap 710 106 Oannel City 1246 62C 733 122 Helechawa 1230 4Rfi 74G 128 Leu City I24 44fi 824 149 Hampton 1202 4UC 837 150 Wlthunt 1155 8 52 860 200 Frozen 1142 833 925 230 OAK Juno 1128 930 235 Jackson 1115 8101 AU AR PM AR AM LV FM Nos 1 and 22 will make close eon nection at 0 A K Junction with No 3 and 4 for points on the Lexington Eastern Railway M L CONLEY SuPt Louisville Atlantic Ry lOOI111II PM ASL I Lv Beattyville 1 10 6 60 I LMI Lv Irvine 2 40 7 40 Lv RichmondS 3 45 8 40 9071IfI EAST BOUNDIIv Versailles 200 800 I Nlcholasvllle 2 45 8 4Q S Valley View 8 03 0 07 Lv Richmond 8 tIS 9 85 Irvine 4 45 10 40 Ar Beattyville 0 15 12 20 Lv BeattyvilleS 8 50 Ar Beattyville Junction 4 20 12 40 K II Smith O F P A Vtirsalllei K t THEOftlGINAL CklMm tII SOUTHERN RY Shortest and Ucst Itouto Ifrom Louisville Dnnvilloand Lexington to cSX Xouis Westand the Two fast trains daily running through Danville to S Louis without change with con necting cars Lexington as follows Leave Lexington 545 a m Leave Danville 530 a m Leave Louisville 000 a m Arrive St Louis 612 p m- Vestibulcd Coaches and Obser ration Car on above trains Leave Lexington 500 p m Leave Danville 445 p m Leave Louisville 1015 p m Arrive St Louis 732 a m Pullman Sleeper and Free Re dining Chair Car on above trains Most direct line to Chattanooga Atlanta Knoxville Charleston Florida andall Southeastern point including Asheville NC and the beautiful Land of the and Sapphire country Send 2c stamp for of the Sky booklet and otherillustrated literatureFor Pullman reserva tions and full information callon oraddressJ an T P A 111 E Main Street Lexington Ky C 11 HUNGKUFOHD Dist Puss Agt 234 Fourth Avenue LouisvilleSJO BEAM Ju A G P A St Louis Mo I ONLY RAILROAD II SOUTH I IEQUIPPED WITH I II IELECTRIC BLOCK SIGNALS urn SOUTHERN RAILWAY rrov CINCINNATI TO Aa IMrTOHT CITIES Seuthcast a Seatkweit KetlUICKUS TKKnt CM UU run AND THUD lUttDAYt Of IACH UON1H 10 UKY roim SOUTH IW laCwnnln 1M R Ui Ailraa itCKINuCPT A Sll Elfam th LnlqtoaX W A OARRCTT assm Msngi- w Co R1NEARSON 0 P A CUtliuuU O Kodol IIorpalpiuiloa of the heart DlretlS whatycu eat hsumaSo Sufferers I wnilerftij cures of tUieuautUra rctcltM frotu tul- oitWARDS I i dhmaticii- U Liver Pills that you shook know oftliu rmtt nirillolac1 youbvowlles but rive thIs rnetllclno k thorou b trUU Tbftuiinili linnand friend aS louuahr- bl brrn rellcvid aiiJ rnnentiycund Not U the tune 101 curnl hey a bnlti tod 7 and couimcoce Price OOo Yonr ilrnulitt sell Wants lllitutiiallo and her IIOL If lia wont tupPT yru acerpt i1ltllul4 but tend us tO crnU and eI il fotw til 01 K liottla prepaid On thai irfcct for tlurtyflfe yean I THE PfllKCE MEDICINE COMPANY I- I2 Hampshire SI Cambridge MissJ IWINDslmpltdurableenclosed and free from dust and weather A coldrollcd stationarysteel spindle on which all our wheels Irevolve requiring is A FKATUKE Fastening tho sails without rivets or bolts and tho use of 48 sails In wheel IS A FEATURE A smooth running Chilled eccentric driving the ing rod IS A A chilled ballbearing turntable and self regulating device IS A Write for dtlalor t luxl for rirluilr ttmrf fur our UI la jour Tldnlff and IftQ actuatIrrln 10100 Ink a lull line of Twrr T lup All our cuotU outf with Uxat stiHmLRLLR CO Mopoloon Ohio U LAX- ATIYXATIVE I list fir solid from from Cafe I COUGH SYIUpiI QNEY b- kdChwEIeuuEwik tAR1tL MMito Ul tthtr cowh cftrH 1ft conttlstOcf wwehlly those CQOIIIASiIOSJAGBSON DRUG GO I 0- C J