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Digital page images are linked to the text file. flBessttldvertlsill l1edhuHI- N I UREATHIrT ANUMOJuININQ COUNTIES aIoP J WISE HAOINS Editors and PubliallorA NKWBIAPKK DEVOTXD THE INTEUHSTS OF EASTERN KENTUCKY ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN AD Volume VI Jackson Kentucky JFriday March 8190w NumberAHUBj F3r2 iFrrvtFrFF rFiiriF FF FF FriFt raSF ti OUTtg- f CIF r OUR ENTIRE STOC w t G- i At Reduced Prices i erestF In Order To Make Room s Goodssi y W i- Firitj kJcLL1auJs t f l l w l IN MENS CLOTHING b 91Yo have reduced the priiea on everything in the mF lhouse 1IICI IId1I1bdrpF Heavy Suits and Hoys Knee Suits also u largo l lino of Heavy Pants and Winter Undorwotir I ti sf F The Wonians Chance rF- 1F iiF n lTo buy Unincoats Long JnckeU Heavy Skirts e t hndcrcni Olaild rOil nnd Misses Jackets and tc oI A Clothing for Ills money than slue over paid be frat U i fore Buy liberally now you will probably nevera il buy so cheaply F- iF a ALU SHOES AT COST J F it Including Heavy Shoos for Mon Women andp iCl111dren Ilse Inns Boots nnd Rubbers ifl 2 coil AND XAMNl THE GOODS O- Wft I Firestein EasierF f- irFNrakSN 1 i l H tH H1HtH HtH H HtH a625252525LS2 52Sc25ii552 S252S S255esBSS S fnv FLOYD DAY President J SAMLIIKAl lit Cashier ri F P OUAWFORDVico Pres W HOITEK A Onshiur r krU CIS Acting OnhlQr + c IiifJACKSON DEPOSIT BANK U Jackson Kentucky Paid up Capital and Surplus 273oooo ID m m 1 We solicit tho Banking Business nnd accounts of rn 9 jjjCJc jjjIrn CFnrnlersR 11 s Throughout Eastern Kentucky and offer our Customers 5- K I LIBERAL the IIITERMSm n Within tho limits of legitimate business jy m == l COLLECTIONr- Zy S A SPECIALTY ry2Z5Z5 5ASPSc525r5r5Z52SdS25 F + o M ILLIE JJ School of Business M G MILLIKAN Principal Offers unexcelled courses of instruction i- nSHORTHANDI Taught by Export Stenographer Actual experience in every day pclhno Punctuation Oilice Ind- uingTYREWRITINQ Touch System under n special teacher Single and double machines Drilling in forms of Typewriting iii keyboard become export eluding writing from Our pupils operators BOOKKEEPINGto date system to various forms of business Jfull aconunercinl coarse includes calculation DUBin098 motie Correspondence Commercial Law PonmnnBhipnnd Business Practice OUR PUPILS GET POSITIONS ASK FOR LISTS ELEVATOIl SHORT Sl ESTRANGE SOUTHERN MUTUAL ItUILDlNQ YZIEL Aprly J-j wl 1AJ I y 1- u w 4 = I Irn1 it BREATH ITT COUNTY NEWS a TI3RRY Thoro is a big tide in the Mid die Fork and n largo quantity of timbnr has passed hero George Griflitli was here last Saturday II C Valentine county surveyor of Leslie county was a visitor at this place last week and while hero caught thirtyfive nice sucker fish On February 20 a surveying crew from Leslie county stoppco it this place while on their way to Oakdale to survey u railway from Oakdalc to Ilydcn Last Friday Allen Nantx Sheriff of Leslie Bounty with three prisoners lip was taking to Stanton to bo placed irfjail there until court convenes nt Ilyden in June stopped at resi dence of Tnt NIIWB correspond ent Mr Case a timber man from rkansas also stopped wi thUl iovornl days Isaac Gilbert was hero recently on business Miss Cappie Terry who has been at tending school at Boron las re turned honieMiles Terry has his ground turned and is ready for farniingIlarvo Riley and a Mr Burns of Buckhorn wero hero Sunday Misses Cap pio and Mary Terry visited the fllmltoC Brock Herald Sunday Sheriff Brook Crawford was a visitor at Miles Terrys a few days ago L nee Terry who is attending school at Boron visited his parents here lust vcokW M Terry was hero last Saturday Irvine Short was here a few days ago Mrs Lourania Terry who has been quite sick for the past few days is improving Ioj Terry of Turkey was horo the lint of the weekMrs Grnnvillo Jett of Athol visited her parents horo recently Miss Emmn Humid of herald made a businoffi trip here last Friday DIXIK rPERRY COUNTY STACY Ira Allen dial February 28 of favor lie was Uio wtgILr11na Allen of Hrcnthitt county Mrs Betsy Campbell tho wife of Floyd Uimpboil died February 2T of n complication of diseases Sho loaves a host oY friends to mourn her loss The little daughter of Anderson Hays and wife dicdton February 2tt There are two inore cases of fever in tho amilI1mI one of those a littlo boy is not expected to live Kentucky vs Indian Territory A Lincoln county man last spring became infatuated with tho rap turous stories of tho West teem ing with prosperity and undevel oped wealth disposed of his interests in Kentucky and located in the Indian Territory There ho purchased farm and cultivated it to find that its powers of production were about half as prolific as tho soil of Kentucky and that tho markets are much inferior In fact tho same grade of corn that is now selling in Kentucky at 75 cents per bushel isl drag on the Indian Territory market at half that amount So this now wiser Kentuckian contends that one acre of good land in Kentucky is worth four in tho West and ho has tho figures on it and figures wont lie One the Girls Girls did you ever stop to think that boys have more self rospect than tho members qf your sex There is not n young man of any respectability that would be seen with a girl that was intoxicated You might search time streets of Jackson with a fine tooth comb not find a young man who would lock arms and go promenading with a girl who is pulling a cigar or squirting tobacco juico around on tho sidewalk Some girls have nor hesitancy in accepting tho commune of such boys slnd too many of them are anxious for the com panionship heart and hand of everything that wears pants Society will never bo refined until the girls demand of tho boys tho same purity of character that the boys demand of the girls Over IndiesIever over tho country I F r TO TilE OLP SOLDIERS Of the Tenth congressional Dis trict of Kentucky Ilousi or IttitisHsnxTATivns WASHINGTON 2 23 1907 KDITOK Niiws The nation has again acknowledged the debt of gratitude it paves to its defenders by the pas sass of tho Service Pension Dill vhich was approved by President Roosevelt on February C This adds a still more liberal provision to our splendid system of pension laws already unequalled by that of nay other nation It is estima td that under this net ten or lit teen millions of dollars more will bo Phil annually to the oldsoldiers In my race for Congress I ex pressed the opinion that all of the honorably discharged veterans of tho Mexican nnd Civil wars ought to be allowed a pension of at lent ono dollar n day Iam still of that opinion It became evident however that thin Inw which has just been enacted was the most liberal tha could pass Congress now Consequently the friends of tho soldiers all uorNl its passage Much to iiiy regret I did not have tho prjvjlpge of voting for the bill bcame my term liS II member of Cong has not yet begun However I tooka deep interest in it as tli following Jet ter front the nutllCfof the bill indicates t- UVITKD STaT w SKVATB Iii uary 2 1007 IIox roux W LAXOLKV Con grcssmanoloot k In accordance with your sugges tionl made a motion in the Sea ate for tho print J of K 000 ad ditional copies oftae new pension law and I have pnstructed the clerk of tho comrfliteo to let you have scfvorul bun rod copies of these for distribiuiijn in your dis trict hwlistr5tilTbilotOr flic nctlv6 interest you took in this measure while it was pending Although your term as a member has not yet begun you have already ron dered very valuable service as u memberelect in the cause of the old soldiers and Ium sure that those who live in your district will appreciate the work you are doing in their behalf Referring to the cases of tho Three Forks battalion the Capi tai Guards and similar Kentucky organizations in whoso behalf you have informed me that you expect to introduce a bill at the next ses sion I shall bo pleased to confer with you about these matters then Tory truly ycuirs P J McCUMiuin Chmn Congress did not consider tho work that will bo involved in prosecuting a claim under this net as suilicicnt to warrant tho allow ance of a fee to attorneys and the act prohibits itIt has occur rod to mo that by reason of this provision applicants may havo some difficulty in getting blanks and information that they will need in presenting their claims I have accordingly secured from the Commissioner of Pensions a supply of application blanks On tho back of each is printed a copy of the law nnd instructions in re gard to the execution of the ap plicationI a list of the names and addresses of most of tho soldiers in tho district but unfortunately it docs not indicate in many cases in which war they served tho character of tho service rendered or what rate of pension they arc receiving if any For that rca son it is impossible for mo to do termine from this list whichones come within tho provisions of this act I am therefore sending to each a blank anda cqpy of this communication Applications should bo filed at tho earliest date possible since pension will commence from date of filing I shall bo glad to tile applications in the Pension Office if they are sent to me but I sug gent that they bo sent direct tho Commissioner of Pensions after February ixsL must leave Wash t ington about March 1st I was employed by tho Govern ment in pension work for eight years and I feel that my expe rience in that work will enable me to be of material service to applicants I am conscious of the fact that without tho support of tho soldiers I could not havo been elected to Congress and 1 intend to do everything in my power for the advancement of their interests not only because of this fact but because I believe that the Govern ment can not do too much for them I Mope that they will call upon me whenever Icnn bo of service to them either in advo eating legislation in their behalf orin urging nrlnnd favorable action upon their claims in the Pension Office Very respectfully JNO W LANOIEV The following is the act AN ACT Granting pensions to certain enlisted men soldiers and officers who served in the civil war with Mexico Be it enacted by the Senate and House Uepresentativos of the United States of America in Con gross assembled That any person who served ninety days or nijin the military or naval service of the United Suites during the late civil war or sixty days in the war with Mexico and who has been honorably discharged therefrom and who has reached time age of sixtytwo years or over shall upon making proof of such facts according to such rules and regu lations as tho Secretary of the In terior may provide be placed upon the pension roll and be entitled to receive a pension as follows In case such person has reached tho age of sixtytwo years twelve dollars per month seventy years fifteen dollars per monthseventy live years or over twenty dollars per month and such pension shall commence from tho date of the filing of tho application in the Bureau qf PunsiQnsHftcr tbe pus sage and approval of this Act Provided That pensioners who are sixtytwo years of age or over and who mire now receiving pen sions under existing laws oc whose claims are pending in tho Bureau of Pensions may by application to the Commissioner of Pensions in such form as he hTay prescribe receive the benefits of this act and nothing herein containedshall prevent any pensioner or person entitled to a pension from prose cuting his claim and receiving a pension under any other general or special Act Provided That no person shall receive a pension under any other law at the same i time or for tho same period that he receiving a pension under the provisions of this Act Provided further That no person who is now receiving oc shall hereafter receive a greater pension under any other general or special law than ho would bo entitled to receive under the provisions herein shall bo pensionable under this Act SEC 2 That rank in the service shall not be considered in applications tiled he ender SEC 3 That pension at torney claim agent or other person shall be entitled to receive any compensation for services rendered in presenting any claim to the BJIVHU of Pensions or securing any pension unJer this ActPassed the Senate January 11 1907Attest CiiAKt83 G BKXNKTT Secretary Better Subscribe Now The price of all kinds of paper has recently advanced and newspaper publishers are now at greater expense than over in the production of work Notices of the advances and the cancellation of all previous price lists have been sent out by the leading paper houses Some of tho papers of tho State arc contemplating a raise in the price of subscription in order to effect tho additional heavy expense to which they are put but the subscription price of THE BUBATHITT COUNTY NEWS will re main the same as heretoforeSi year if paid in advance Better pay your subscription now l I i S C The Larhest CirculationIOF ANY PAPER IN o rt TO H on to is no fJ nn igM IED- e 11 1 1- a t W I PAINTS 1- lye g Just receiveda full line Q ii which we guarantee = t 1ilt1I 11i j Jer e R 11l mw tlt1 1a and see color cards and get 1 4P prices 1 1- tI JacksonCo1Ioil eE J- um We Are ItIcreCelebrated I IPRo I t- I I For Sale By DAY BROSOO I Jaellgoq iei tueiiy it 1fae = IoIIII JIaI m = Cllt- I it Out9says many a doctor to his lady patients because he doesnt know of any medi cine that will cure female troubles except the sur geons knife- That such a medicine exists however is proved by thousands of cures made by WINE OF CARDUICures Disease It has saved the lives of many weak sick women and rescuer oth ers from a lifetime of chronic sick ness It will cure you if you will only give It a chance Try It Sold by all druggists and dealers In 100 bottles GAVE UP SUPPORTER I wore a supporter for years to keep up my writes Mrs S J Chrisnian I MannsvllleNY btydoctor fourIno medicine would help me taking Cardul I gave up my porter and am now well W H Henderson Ayres Street Opp Pon Office LEXINGTON KY DEALER IN Grain Seeds Seed Wheat R Barley Oats and Corn KtmtuokJBlue Hay Straw Hill Feed PUREBRED GOLDEN BRONZE TURKEYS r f SoOO PER PAIR I SINGLE COllBfBROWN LEGHO- RNCHICKENS j From Prize Winning fltock Fresh eggs for hatching in fleiisou Prices right F1 SVUMHAGINS JACKSON K- YBrightest Snappiest Bestt THE 5 f LOUISVILLE f TIMES i fills the bill Published every week day afternoon You keep posted on KVKHYTIIING when you rend TUB TIMES RegularMsubscription price 500 a year You can get Tho Times and Tho Ureathitt County News both one 1 year for only C 85 OO Send your order to Tho Nows not Tho Timest KEEl UP WITH TIlE TIMES t jr 1 I u The Breathitt News4 7SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCEI J WISE HAGINS EDITOR I m z55 52sas252S252rn ill DR 0H In PNYsl lph PNe s R EoN I j OFFICE HOURS8A M TO 4 P rt ciIN HA11QIS nOILDISQ m tf JAOKSOX KENTUCKY rn J m252S2525E52S25252S2552J c = ccI rA H =I ATTORNEY AT LAVt M sOFFICEI I JACKSON izi KY 1- zf n FRIDAY MARCH ft- dr i All the excuse wo have ever printed for having Games 7seen among us was that O IT and Will YOlH1 told Gov licckhnm that a man by the nnme It of Johnson threatened to slap I Carncs while here in January tI Dr BD Cox was assassinated in Urcathitt county during the Z administration of Judge Hcdwinc thoFirst Those accused of the tj crime arc now to be tried in El lion county under the adminis tration of Judge JJedwino tin Second It is probable that there is n rooWTire miles from a railroad without a foot of telegraph wire and with only one lone straggling tele phone line running from More I head llowan county to Sandy Hook the county seat of Elliott Can Bill Carnes or Mr Beck irgham givo any valid reason why they moved the Ilargis trials over the protest of the Common wealth attornovs toSandy Hook1 In Elliott county a town about thirty miles from a railroad and n ith practically no hotel accommodations nndn population di only 1C3 according to the census of 1000 when there are more than 100 counties much more accessible 1 t dImowitnesses and attorneys could go to Oklahoma or Kansas easier than to Elliott county Gov Beckham appointed Judge Dirsey to sit as Judge to try those accused of the assassination of J B Marcum he also appoint ed Bill Carnes to act as kludge to try those accused of the assassina tion of Dr Cox It is a peculiar coincidence that both of these ItTudges wanted to transfer the r oases to Elliott county Judge Dorsey however gave the at torneys for the prosecution the privilege of choosing between Elliott Morgan and Leo counties + Bill Carnes did not Live them any privilege at nil It appears that Bill obeyed his boss bettgr than Dorsey Edwards buys and sells old and now furniture Call and see him Hugh Kiddoll of Irvine was n visiting attorney at court here this week W L Kosli of Lexington has been visiting relatives in Jackson during the past week Monroe Nickellof Wes- Liberty was in Jackson Monday and Tuesday in the interest of his candidacy for railroad commissioner in this district Prof It C Adams of Kich singinthis week which is largely attend ed and much interest is being hown in vocal training Louis Pilchcr of Lexington is in Jackson for a few days to ar range for an excursion to the Southwest the third Tuesday in April for n special rate of trans I portation which will be unnounce later Ho has taken eight excur stuns from Kentucky in the past four years and has settled many r projectors and investors in Okla homa and Texas Ho is agent for mnchoru Ivertising matter out in a fet I days Mr Pitcher is the guest o his cousin Henry S Barnett o 01 the Heights Iwill buy your old stoves furniture and dishes J Wesley 2trnrds I K II M a tUlDi1Iparents at Clay City Born to Mr and Mrs Frank Iliflle on March 1st n girlIStop with Hart Bros at Heed Hotel when in Lexington Silas Lovely and wife of Rous seau moved to Oklahoma last Tuesday Her Wr Powell has returned from L visit with fritsntls inI Georgia Hobert McDaniel has moved hero from Stacy noel will engage in the carpenter trade Miss Margaret Basket returned Tuesday from n two weeks visit to friends in Winchester I Miss Abbio Bailey is in tho city this week buying a new stock of sprint millinery goods Mr and Mrs Everett Backof Cannel City were visiting here from Saturday till Monday William Jett has purchased the J E Lang house on cast Mnin street and has moved into it Mrs J M Snowden is at Crab todW S Thompson Curtis Hays a son of Ans Hays of Stacy died last Saturday of fever This is the fifth child ho has had to die since last July lIon Z T Hurst of Boxer thinko ng taco resent ative in the Legislature from this county Ed Davis of Lost Creels was hero Thursday on his way back from Irvine lIe took out on this tide the first raft of square timber ever taken out of Troublesome creels On Wednesday evening at the home of tho bride in South Tack son Miss Maggie Lunsford rind Dave Cornctt were united in holy wedlock Her W II Setzor officiating solef birth at his home on Elsom creek on March 20th He has invited a number of his friends to be pros ent wo being among the favored ones Jas II Washburn 1st Sergont Troop B of 2nd Calvary station ed at Fort Assinniboinc Montanan visiting his sister Mrs Paul Derthick Mr Washburn is a native of Kentucky He has been allover the woJl with his troop I B Fugate of Noble was hit by ncablatvhileonnrnftatIrrine Wednesday which came near breaking his left leg and seriously injured his side noel back lIe was brought to the home of T H Hudson Wednesday night where ho will remain till able to go home Dr Warren who has been stationed at Camp Christie with the Kentucky Lumber Veneer Co left Friday for Cartcrsvillc Ga where he will continuo with the Company Dr E M loge of nmbric will torso up the practice at tho Gimp Edwards will have your house cleaning doncclicap XKD Benjaminton n son Edward P Turner has moved into his new dwelling house John II Combs and Jas Neace are about ready for transplanting shade trees and sowing grass in their graveyard they have recently fenced at tho mouth of Cockrill They are disregarding the expense noel say they are willing to use what money they have for its improvement They also say that they do hot want to use their money to buy disgrace and shame but to promote honor of all They ofdcreate an interest in those who are careless in life that they may be enticed to resume their journey to prosperity in this world noel bo saved in heaven COMKOKTKK ICyssickrturnedf nnf togs were eat I gave them Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy and to my surprise it cured them without a single loss1 Sold and guaranteed by Day Bros === = v ccEI3IlIkkz fm H u 9 II iDtBankiqgo Trust COl11pacyrs v omswa r usorrwsrwao + Savings Department Pays 3 per cent on Time Deposits Safety Vault Boxes for Rent A GENERAL BANKING AND TRUST BUSINESS e Acts as Administrator and Executor Servos as Guardian and Trustee Buys and Soils Stocks und Bonds Accounts of Eastern and Central Kentucky Banks SolicitedI INTEREST PAID ON BALANCES r CAPITAL STOCKr00000000 STOCKHOLDERS LIABILITIES GOO00000 II ABSOLUTE PROTECTION TO PATRONS 120000000 UUHITYPHOI I PAXIES CORNER SHORT AND MARKET SlUBElSILEXINGTON KV I ar teeeta rntz+erxar t raarsn HEW IDEA TREORIGIUAI 1AXATIYE COU6I SYRUP Et 0 1 AN r t Moles the BoaciS Best for Chlldrtit1ECChrzrElostmosEstirllolfa ttmrnut u cum r NeulstUettlerwuthcults areuasipeelCespeawlrtcseconaNDZOPiua toeoediLuwleneneyandTumoru tbeboeXssonWnsnoOpus- T A fTTi SCiT DRTTa rfl CLI3MOXS Mrs Elihuc Clemons is though- to bo worse John F Frazier has been in this section buying fur hides A D Jackson of Decoy was here Monday on his way to Jack son to see tho soldiers and attend Bill Carnes court i Stevenson Bros have been here tho past week paying the people for the right of way for a narrow gauge railway up tho South Fork Revs Daniel McIntosh Elijah Wilson and M D Richie prcacjied rmori at the rcsi1 SU1jdayceivc Your Little Children Ware glad to have Rev McIntoshIi to trench for us once a mout for I tho harvest is great and the labor ors mire few Remember you nil have your choice of Jesuaor idols Will you make your choice today 1 For when night comes no man ca work WILD ROSK I L G Botkins Paris Ivy says UMy wife gave her turkeys Bour bon Poultry Cure when they were dying with the cholera and it soon cured them Sold and guaranteed by Day Bros A C Cnssity of Cannel City was visiting friends here last week FOR SALE One Incubator and Broodfr Geo Stnhls make Holds JOO I hen eggs in good condition only used it two seasons Only reason for soiling is that I am not able to attend to it Cull on or address mo at my home111rNinvtL HAOINS Jackson Ky TROOPS TO GUARD CARNES I fCourierJournal Jim Ilargis prefers to be tried in Jackson with militiamen to pre vent bloodshed while a fair and and impartial jury of his ownI people is being selected and troops are therefor to be sent to the Breathitt capital But there is every prospect that the presence of1 soldiers there will have the ef feet of rendering tho trial if it proceeds one of the most com plus farces in Kentucky According to the recent dispatches from Lexington the prose 1 cution will decline to mako a mo reIsuItother county in tho mountainsI c where the Hnrgis influence is as I potent as it is in BrcathUt Ac cording to recent dispatches from hastbeen agreed on It is to be hoped that tho Frankfort report is car rectoIt is not for the prosecution to assume that Special Judge Carnes would stultify the law by administering it according to the letter but defeating its spirit Since it is admitted by everyone LhOImilitiaespecially clamorous for military nnjoneis therefore difficult to under I reIIto assume that in granting such u motion ho would not proclaim himself n tool of Jim llargis by sending tho case to an adjoining county cormnlitigation in quest pn has grown has boon the mot absorbing topic of discussion for the last five yens It is unreasonable to sup pose that thorn are twelve intel ligent men in that section tvh would be partisans of neither Jim Ilargis nor his prosecutors Jf n trial is to be had at Jackson or in adjoining county it is alto Inn probable that tho jur bo made up at least in partbt Ilargis partisans There is of course a bare possibility that because of the feeling against the Jlargis clan the jury might b composed of antiHargis men It would be as unfortunate for tho State for the defendant to be found guilty by his enemies as for him to be acquitted by his henchmon Evidently Jim Hargis whoso sagacity has never been open to discussion considers tho chances of the prosecution to fill the pane l with his enemies few indeed but tho probability of securing an im partial jury is still more remote It was demonstrated when the State attempted to prosecute mem bers of the Craig Tpllivcr gang at Morchend that the presence of the militia merely rendered itl safer and easier for tho trials to bo made farcical It will be sum prising indeed if history docs not repeat itself if Jim Ilargis is tried at Jackson with an army on hand to keep the mob in abeyance Since the State has nothing to nIenuc intimations of the prosecution that Carnes would not send tho case out of the mountains should ho grant such a motion would reflect alone upon the judge why should not the State make tho motion and promncnso out of time food district and dismissing the militia Let the attorneys for tho prosecution do their duty and let thorn give the judge at least an opportunity to do his Clay Hole correspondence re ceived too lute for publication Cor IImilILheirsecond hand furniture spring mnttressos tables chairs writing desks stoves cooking and heating J Wesley Edwards ADVKUriSKU LHTTUKS List of letters remaining un claimed in tho Jackson postoflico for tho weekending March 8th 1007 and sent to tho Dead Letter foretime wools ending March 2- 2BH M llroshcars Daniel Ha korDorthillia Byrd lane Hog Icy Sam Bentley C Lee Campbell Lola Camp GertrudenCombs CChus T Dorickson Walter Doris P Robert Porkins tawlingsSTI C Thomas F B Tomlin 11T H Williams J L11n cowa Persons calling for the above advertisedell D HUKST P M have your crating and slapping done by Edwa- rdsReduced Rates VIA QUEEN ORESOENTROUTE ON TUg 1ST AND 3RD TUESDAYS OF EACH MONTH TO ANY POINTS SOUTH Winter Tourist Tickets returningtillFor prrticulars write II C ALexington bAY p BROS7 = COMPANYi Wholesale 2 and Retail lle the most complete stock of i 0 6v A aDJ 1 e11en I iifll jtJj CirQtlJfg6J l ijS I r Ever brought to Jackson JonsIsbng of 1 rt l i odst IIeJ IJfOI 1 S I et IrI Ia1FJ off t l7 his T 10 rt= JOeS Wo have the finestf Mlle of shoes in East ern Kentucky Our mens slices are of the latest style For the Ladies we have the most Fashionable Lot of Shoes money I could buy THE LATEST DESIGNS IN t I MILLINERYThis Department is under the man agement of Miss Margaret Basket whoI can show you Z3he Latest cltY1e tats rrdirect from New York City Also FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS In all the Latest Patterns and weaves Fresh MarketsIf or FURNITURE 10 We are the people you are looking for we have it by car loads to suit every body Come and see us our 1I11I11I111111I11I1I1U 11111111 III 1111111111111111 nil iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiin 1111 t I Prices Are All Right IIIlMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIMI III 11111 IlllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllurX fjr e DAY BROS COMPANYJ- ackson Kentucky 47 f 4 J Y 4 +The Breathitt News 1iiliIIslicd very Lrltlay CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAR bo I J WISE HAG INS EnmiH Unl CAHXKS COJIKW With Ids Army and 111 Burs Every Outs Sarclieil Holds SlII- I I I i HIM Carnes came hero Tuesday nt noon accompanied by about 10 Midlers Ho chino on to tho courtj I house at about ono oclock called his court to order without over having seen ullie Riddell the regular judge or giving him time u to appear and bo present I Ho said when ho was here in ttniuinry a mob of armed men was in the court house but now ho hud brought tho soldiers with him and ho was gwino to have every man sarchcd that cause into the courtroom I but he woiild give live min j on utos for those who had arms to retiro and remove thom but ns no too retired it seems to us that any sensible man would have inferred that there were no arms in the room but Mill thought different tint ordered ovory one in tho court room to go down stairs and into the street and subunit ti being arched by Hills soldiers Ho then iRMoA the following order anti hind tho steno entered i niMa HAKPHIVO OJIIlmII alIti Adjutant General henry IL Law ronco be and ho is hereby directed r t luring all times this court is pro ceeding1 with its duties to have stationed at the foot of each stairway Ipading to tho train courtroom two soldiers with strict in structions to snroh every 1111111C doming into the court room arm thorn of any fire arms they find and placed undor arrest any Jont upon whom tire arms are found It is also ordered Unit he Imvo not less than ten soldiers in tho court room at nil timOR during the progress of the Court Ho is k further ordered to arrest any mnn seen upon tho streets or any place in tlneltson that may bo disorderly fc or having fire arms about his per sun privato dwelling houses ox cvptod lie is further ordered to use his boat judgment in any way iiit specified by this order pro +o ruling order in the town of lack sun The only persons exempt from snrch under this are the siiorin of Hroftthitt county and his regular deputies Ho called on the cleric for the indictments and the clork as is usual handed the in r dictments to the Commonwealths Attorney Ho called on tho clerk t again for tho indictments and Mr Adams handed them to him He thon called nil the cues no one answering except John Smith Some one then answered that all the defendants wore in the room Thon ho culled over nil tho cases again when all tho defendants answered except Britton who is in 1 the Lexington jail As completely riJtnorinA the Commonwealths Attorney as if lie had not been there Ho thon said I understand that tho counsel on both sides of the peso wish a change of venue No agreement has yet been reached i mid if you can agree I will send it to the county you name If loft with mo I will act with my host judgement in the matter Attorney Pot lard for the defense then wanted to know if tho defense had asked for n change of venue The judge seethed cent Q fused and said No but it has been in tho newspapers and has been talked ubout and has been suggested to mo by adherents of both sides The prosecution then wanted to know if they had asked for a change of venue and practically tic saino answer was made by Car lies Attorney Byrd then stated that tho prosecution was willing to haven ehangeand would agree to confer with tho defense to tliiit effect W A Young then arose and said Personally I have always favored tho trying of this case outside of Rrcnthitt from tho fact that it has always been the cajiso of too much prejudiced feeling hero Tho proposal however and 1comes as a surprise am not in u position to conclude- on the matter ns I have not con i suited my client Court then adjourned until Wednesday morning ut 9 oclock Court nt QlO oclock t 4 I i Wednesday morning Tho attor neys not laving agreed on any county to which the venue should changed Commonwealths torney Adams made a motion AtI tII dont know that my decision shill suit either party I am very to have to make n selection the matter but 1 dont think it be hold in this circuit I will send it to whore I believe a fair trial will be had to Martins burg Elliott county Adams then withdrew the motion of the Commonwealth for a change saying that tho decision would not hold good without such petition Ho quoted cases hint Carnes overruled Adams motion Tho Smith anti Abner trials will also bo taken to Elliott Tho Com monwealth moved that tho case against John Smith bo dismissed but this was overruled by Barnes Carne + and Carnos army left the 2iO train Wednesday af tcrnoon for Lexington without jinJHruathitt county citizen MAUCUM CARl COXTINUH1 The cases of B F French John Smith anti John Abner charged with the murder of 113 Marcum wits called by Special Judge Dor soy ul Hoattyville Monday afternoon On the calling of the cases of tho defendants answered onln few of tho witnesses prottont Smith and Abner wore not present at nil they being undor bond to appear at Jack son iw +wollII nl Htattyville French dine into court about 2 oclock saying that ho was sick and also reported that his attor IIC S J1 C IJnoli and lice B wore both sickand u1r1 consent of Commonwowltirs Attor of ney Adams and time attorneys for the defense the cases wore continued until April 8th the third Jaw week of the regular term of time ish Leo circuit court his IIVIUHB IBSIUIS01l IliltIN Jirrr iAj ui A dispatch 6t March 4 from Winchester says The dofonso in the IInrlisJottc case which comes up for trial hero before Special J udAQB sot Moody of Eminence on next Monday will make a motion for a change of venue on tho grounds that they cannot get a fair trial in Clark county The plaintiff Sam Jctt has received a letter from Is Hargis Attorney in which they stnto that tidy will make n motion for n change of venue ns soon 115I court convenes on ondlltl0 suns yon tan Suit for IRO balance due himJ for survives was brought in tho Leo Quarterly court Monday by II L Wheeler un attorney at Hcattyvillc against Jim IlurJtisI Kd Callahan B F Trench John Smith and John Abner Wheeler represented tho defendants in tho trial tit Ucattyvillo last August Another Move in u Little Mauna If ono were asked to name the most inaccessible and most remote county in Kentucky he would not go far wrong if ho answered Elliott It is to Elliott county that Judge Carnes has Iransfcrrcd tho Hargis trial l lliott county is almost prime val There is not n railroad within its borders To reach tho county seat a town calledSandy Hook it is necessary to ride from Pikcville in another county winding through mountain passes and fording theI mountain streams Once there tho visitor is practically out of touch with of the world lie is shut inIHow well Judge Cnrncs seems to have read tho secrets of Jim Hnrgis heart I If Ilargis cannot be tried by his own people of Brcathitt county the trial in Sun dy I look ought to please him much Pita attorneys for tho prosecu tion preferred Ilargis o w nod Hrenthitt county to Elliott This fact shows how they regard tho chances oT a fair soaring in Elliott They sought to have tho hearing take place in any count west of Fayotte They were to take time wilderness of Elliott county in tho far eastern section of tho State No fairminded man desires a campaign of persecution All fair minded men want justice done They do not wish the innocent to sutler but they insist that the e h RHODE ISLAND REDS 13uJlVaudottcsr TjfcR DQTC- MtfQ RIVERSIDE POULTRY FARM REGINA ATHOL FURNITURE FURNiITUREFURNITURE AND LOTS IT WHERE t Jones New Furniture Store THE SAM COLE BUILDING CORNER ST have just received about car loads of nice clean which we will at very prices Come see in our location BEST SELECTED LINE FURNITURE Jm D0jOSm New location Sam building Court St and Ave be trade to jimmy the penalty guilt Tim Ilnrgis stands accused of hcadinir n murder bureau The should a chance to Jmnrhim if guilty The case to Elliot county gives hopo to friends of law I will the ghost of n chanceThe way justice has divert j burlesqued and outraged in whole of tho IInrllisI episode and tho way it at naught tire utmost im punity by tlio of the I westorn of tho till its friends despair Verily is Something in Ken tucky To bo more something in the govern ment of Kentucky Apdsoma who botrayud are going to feel tlio n virtueloving peoples righteous indignation Couricr Marriage Licenses The following marriage licenses issued our last publication I Alton anti Cordelia IINoble of Ned DEATHS Tolly Noble of Nobje March 4thaged 85 Sho leaves nine children host of friends Her remains were buried in the Noble graveyard W Thompson of ard Ky March 1st of in firmities of oldmtg lln came Virginia about 18GO mmdset tied in Leo county near the Rocky Ho moved to Orchard 1875 where ho has resided lie was a consistent Christian n loving father and a devoted husband lie leaves a widow and children one of whom is Mrs Snowdcn of Jackson Church Notes Services at tho Baptist church Sunday at 11 a m and 7 p in Morning Tho Secret of Friendship Evening subject No Millennium Till Chris- Comes Everybody Regular services at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning and evening by Rev W W Powell ofdparing for a protracted meeting t begin about March 18 The regular term of tho circuit closed Wednesday With time exception of tho Ciunes it was a very good more cases being disposed of usual and PUKE mini conflict1 COLOR JIYKDY nnd VIGOKOUS QI ED FOR stud Spoil QUflCITIES Eggs 8150 to 200 PEn FIFTK12N 1 Ciinrnnliiu i Good Hatch JETT PROP KY O OF IN COURT AND COLLEOR AVE We two Furniture sell low and us new OF HERE Cole corner College u their have i that have been course with anarchists part State with there rotten exact there rotten those have their force have boon since John Miss both Mrs died years IImln Crab Oreh died from Gap Crab since JM j subject welcome court farce court than e n rich Cut SlassI APlMtOLMUATK KOK Wedding Prosonte BOWLS PITCHERS TUMBLEKS WIXK GLASSES SYKUP STANDS VASES PLATES ICE TUBS ETC ff1TICES FROM 500 to 50 H El NIL JcYOlol E MAIN STJtEET 011 TUB 1IOiNI- XLEXINGTON A Pull Uno of Wedding KY 1 Silver nt Moderate Prices WANTED Salesmen and for Perry Knott Letchor and Leslie counties to sell Singer Sowing Machines Liberal contracts of foxed Apply or address Singer Sewing Machine Co IncorporatedJackson Ky 12tf 1 IX LANTKH Mgr WATCFIES 1 350 5 AND UP 40 Silverware 1 tSilver Novelties Cut Glass Ring- sfAXD ALL KINDS OF Je11clr3o SID FLEENOft JEWELER AND OPTICIAN JACKSON KENTUCKY r 1 PUBLIC SALEi L IOli Blue Qrass Caid i Wednesday 11 are 13 to 1907 at 10 oclock n m or there about the undersigned as agent for the heirs of Mrs Margaret II J French decd timid for Mrs Hottio P1 J1 Ihenchown in nr of iwillpremises throe very desirable and splendidly located tracts of land situated about two miles west from Winchester and described ns follows TRACT NO 1 Bounded on the south by the land of Kzekinl Lnuirhlin tho old toll house lot and the center line of the Winchester and Lexington turnpike on the east by the centerline of the old Hoods road on the north by the right of way of the L E U u mind on the west by the center line of the Clark and Bourbon commonly called Van Meter pike and the old toll house i lot containing 100 71 100 acres This tract is well watered mostly in meadow but with 12 acres in wheat said growing wheat reserved from hits orchard and tobacco barn and is of remarkable fertility This tract is directly onono of time proposed routes of the interurban road from Lexington to Winchester munch could bo subdivided into small farms to advan tage TRACT NO 2 Hounded on the cast by the cen ter line of the Clark and Hourbon turnedon the north by the right of way of the h 8 E Ry on the west by Mrs W II Nol cinis land en the south by Mrs d II Croxtons land containing about 17 acres This tract is nil- in + wheat said growing wheat being reserved from sale is very fertile and has on it building site probably unsurpassed within the 1 same distnncofrom town TRACT NO 3 i Hounded on the east by the cen ter line of the Clark and Bourbon turnpike on the north by the lands of Mrs McCormick and J IX Duvnllllndwife on the west by lrs1 II llolloways land and on the south by the right of way of the L E Ry contains about elm acres This tract is also of Koocl fertility rising gradually from a line frontage on the pike is mostly in meadow but with beautiful woodland of about eight acres of virgin soil affording a fine building site All three of said tracts corner at Kinross Station on the L E Uy where xfthl trtcte will be offered separately by the acre ac cording to tho respective surveys of same which will be read on day of sale After imam inig been oilercd separately Tracts Nos 2 and 3 will be offered asn whole Said tracts of land will bo of fered on credits of six and twelve months purchasers bejng required to execute bonds for tho purchase price with good and sufficient sureties payable to time Administrator of Mrs Margaret IL French deceased except bonds for Tract No 1 which will bo payable in part to tho administrator aforesaid slid in part to Mrs Bettie Payne French All said bonds to bear interest at the rate six per cent per annum from day of sale until paid a lien to be retained on said tracts of land by time vendors until the Qiitiro purchase money therefor has been paid A rare opportunity to secure firstclass land on good pikes at railroad station a short distance from town t W H FRENCH WIJfCIIESTEK KY Bush 8 Ramsey Auctioneers IndigestionIpalpitationoftcehtart Digests what you eat R A CHILDERS p WITH JOS G REED DRY tiOODS CO PORTSMOUTH 0 Solicits tho trade of the mountain people lie will bo AT JACKSON KVEilY JIO nAYS Dealers will be notified by postal Save your orders for him lie will save you monov fob 1 ly T f lEY9S HOEYANoTAThe I LAXATIVE cough remedy I For coughs colds throat and lung troubles No opiates Nonalcoholic Good for everybody Sold everywhere The genuine FOLEYS HONEY and TAR is aYellowpackage Rcfuscsubstltutcs- Propared only by Foloy Company Chicago JACKSON DRUG GO H J WWWilWWWWWWirjf WJIUl Wt Ww Ii C NTRAlEHOTELf THE OLD COMBS JIOUSK OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE m QnIKentucky Otters to the public rooms supplied with grates and a full bunker of coal in tho corner to insure comfort when the irnc fnilc which it often does in cold weather Its i sample room is new and commodious and has a coal stove S heater Its tables are supplied with nil the q delicacies obtainable in Campt- onBREAKFAST p SERVED AT 5LO A M TO MKBT TUB RAKLV THAIS SUPPER HELD EOR EVENING TRAIN RATESLodging 50 cents Meals Three for 1 or 35 cents for a single mealtd 23F There is absolutely no danger of cremation in case I of lire as we have only four rooms up stnjrs and those are in brick with three ways of escape YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED tT 7 I SIMPSON LUTES iiF PItOLPIIsTOR i You W ill Get All That 5r t Coming to You t THERE IS NO FAKERY m l aarap you pay us you get ono hundred cents value in bod e return I aa it We Believe in Square Treatment r I P n tsYour moneys worth nil time time We nlight use upa page of space talking about our goods Jthon you wouldnt know how good they areGF- ie tb COME TO OUR STORE t lIIp you can see y way ioF o i Crawford d C I Wi JACKSON KENTUCKY 1 t l o t lt tW W8 m 8 WW be flou 7rQm 9l1issouri Sometimes its hard to con vince some people If youmra are reasonable and apprecia tive well be able to show you the excellence ofour c t MonumentsWed inommeut question with you1etelling you how much it will cost and the cheapness i J R M SHE L Y MONUMENTS JACKSON KY i Want a Farm I OR A TOWN LOT Our list of farm lands and town lots in eludes the best in Brcathitt county mid Jackson s- It doesnt cost you anything to get what you want through us If we llavell t got what you want we get i- tHAGINSBLANTON REAL ESTATE JACKSON KY ASK THE MAN Who has favored us with job printing if ho was piOased with tho work and tho quaility of paper THEN ASK US For samples and prices You will fin j our prices time LOWEST and our stationery tho BEST Wo have two ilrst class printers nod if yon want printing that f Iwill combine good points artistic and valuable let us figure on it for yon Our work has tho extra touch that It looks right to ouf customers and benefits the business We underprico any print shop t THE BREATHITT COUNTY NEWS oJ 1 tlto i- r e II oj r Ln1 itJlCaptainIn i the 1ankeiDy GEORGE CARY EGGLESTON Opvritfit ISO bv X S Dame Jk Co- rviAUhert lit Fifth AttnutJ- Vctc f Yorknyou mind telling me the exINot that I need to IWould to do anything you helpful but If I tully under matter I shall know better In any little emergency that I may tome aboutaot course of course this way Duncan Is so straight him I that It never occurs to him that cfotherpeople nro different There ore things so utterly mean that he simply cant Imagine any mun capable t of doing them So he doesnt take nec essary precautions It was all right for him to offend Kappcr Tandy by doing his own best up there at the mines but Le ought to have known 4 enough of human nature not to put- 1 himself In old Nappera power when he felt bound to offend him worse than Ir j over Then Captain Will told In detail the story of the visit to Tandy the bribe offer the adverse report and the ways lu which Tandy had made the i nfTalr appear to have been an effort on Duncans part to extort a bribe p nnil betray those who had employed him Temple readily grasped the sU untlon The worst of It lshe said Dun I can cant even sue the old scoundrel f l for libel without mating matters worse Tandy would stick to his story niid as there were no witnesses that story would seem probable to people ISiiodont know Duncan What are we to do Captain Hallam U Well It all depends upon your hslmHdness and circumspection Tan t dy president of the X National bank f you know Thats his club to tight me wllli So little by little Ive bought Inc 1 there through other people you un 1 derstand =so that now Stafford and I eownfortyeight of the banks hundred shares of stock though on the booksIf I our names do not appear at all Tan t the otfcer fiftytwo shares I fSllPPOl or at least he controls them Indfcd whenever a stockholders meet I Ins occurs he votes practically nil the stop for It has been my policy to hide my hand by having the men who hold stoc for me give him their proxies as n blind I Now what I propose Is that you shall manage somehow to get hold of a little block of tho stock Three shares will be enough to give me the majority but Id rather rnalfc It four or five j Bhnr8 It wo can get the stock Ill I surprise Tandy out of a years growth t by going Into the stockholders meet Inc which occurs about ten days from iJlO and proceed to elect a board directors for tho bank Ill select fI the men I want for directors and the board will at once make Gullford Dun ron president of the bank leaving oldI Nsppcr a good deal of leisure In which- I I tb enjoy lire Hell need It all to con vluco anybody that theres anything 1 1 shady In Guilford Duncans character 1nfteiIt Is known that Will Ilallani has 1nimehim president of n bank 1IImilam chuckled audibly lIe was the game ns he always did Indeed ho will but everything as I understand It depends upon my ability to secure the necessary shares of i BtOCiVcs It all hangs on that and It will bea ticklish Job Tandy Is as t wily na any old fox Youre sure he doesnt know you Neither by sight nor by name f Vouro suro nobody In his bank kaTT3 you and your relations with i moVcs I nm certain I was never In this town before and as for my rcla tloaa with you why they have existed for 3D brief a time at such a distance front Cairo and are so obscure In them selves that I think nobody knowst l I then Besides you might discharge J me you know It that should become necessary 7o wont consider that as even pos I 4 sible Now as to ways and means You see I depend upon you alone and Iorcourse you must haven free hand F You mustnt consult mo or Stafford or or anybody else You are to tDnncanyour own Judgment furnish supply of sagacity and get I that stock In your own way Ir Ill do It even If I have to resign froi your service and hunt another job nut I must have some money MOt course How much I Well the stock will cost a trifle over par I suppose somewhat more than 51000 a share I should be prepared to buy a block of ten shares You see I j uilglit find a block of that kind which tlii owner would sell all or none I I should have say 11000 or 12000 at Iu tnt command All right Ill have Stafford open an account with you In our bank to I morrow morning with a credit balance of SlJ000 and you can check Pardon me but If I offer checks on your bank Tandy will suspect our alli ance I That Is true You must have tho greenbacks themselves Ill send for routlulPardon me answered Temple but If I go to him with so great n sum In actttlIes I see That would certainly nrptue suspicion What have you hi Wind Thy you or your bank must have foatiUi In correspondence with you 1 UaaU i In Chicago or better still Now 9 YorU Yes of course Can you not telegraph to one of them and arrange to have them say In rcsnase to n dispatch of Inquiry from Tandys bank that my credit with Uioni Is good for 12000 and that If I with to make use of some money In CIa they will pay my drafts up 110 that amount g i v Thats it That will be the best plan In every way Youll need Monti flcaton anti Ill arrange that Youre topping at the hotel of course Yea Very well Ill call there on m 11 an l tofTtho proprietor wayI C7 Htp sjljmnd Identify you I I ever called Upon Will Iw not talk 7 No Ill tell him not to nndwcllyou know Im Just now arranging a heavy loan for him He Is paying off the re maining purchase money for tho hotel Installments Thats nil I think ii send the Fourth National bank of New York n night message It will be delivered before banking hours tomorrow morning but for fear of slips youd better wait till noon before glv gtliat bank as your reference Good ight Remember that everything de pends on you Including Gullford Dun cans reputation for Integrity Temple sat for halt an hour thinking and planning lIe was determined to make uo mistakes that might Imperil success To that end he was trying to agine In advance every dllllculty nd every eaiecicy that might arise At last he rose to his hat turned the lamp out and kt tho room Tills Is till very toughest bit of en gineering ho ittlected that ever I undertook Well so much the greater the credit It I succeed But I dont care for the credit I care only for Gullford Duncan In this case ChAPTER XX wHEN Duncan left his room on the evening of Temples con fercnca with Will Hallam tin missed down the stulrs and Into the Hallam offices where he still had n little working den of his wli for use when be did not care to ee the people who sought him at his law ofilce As he cutcrcd bo found a little note upon his desk and ho recognized Bar baras small round baud In the super scription Opening the envelope eagerly he read the few lines within You may come for your answer when ever It Is convenient any evening I mean for I am at leisure only In tho evenings There Is n treat deal for me to Ml you and It Is going to be very hard for me to tell It but It is my duty and I must do It of course Im afraid It wont be a pleasant evening for either of usThere was no address but Duncan observed with pleasure as n hopeful sign that the little missive was signed BarbaraShe have signed It in that Informal way with only her first name if she meant to break off the acquaint ance he argued with himself And yet the substance of the note was dls coura lng In the extreme so that Gull ford Hincan wItS a very apprehensive and unhappy man as ho hurried to Barbaras home lIe still held her note rushed In his hand as he entered the house and he read It over twice while waiting for her to appear She could say no word as he stoottlooking eagerly Into her eyes questioning them He too was silent for perhaps n minute when at last realizing the girls distressing agita tion he gently took her hand saying in his soft winning voice You are not well You must sit downOh it Isnt that site answered as she seated herself bolt upright upon the least easy chaIr In the room It Is what I must tell you What is It I am waiting anxiously to hearYou must be very patient then she answered with difficulty It is hard I You arc not twit rOil mutt tit down to say nnd I dont know where to Je gin Oh I know now I must begin wiere we left off when well that other time Duncan saw that she needed assist ance nnd he SIlva it by speaking sooth ingly to her saying You are to begin wherever you find it easiest to begin and you are to tell mo nothing that It distresses you to tell Oh but all of it stresses mo and I must tell Itall of it Again Duncan rpoko soothingly and presently the girl began again Well first I can never I mean I- mustntI mustnt say yes to tho questions you asked me that other timeYou mean when I asked If you would bo my wife Yes Thats it Thank you very much Thats tho first thing I am to tellyouWho bade you tell me that Oh nobody or rather I mean no 001 told mo I mustnt say yes but after I had made up my mind that I mustnt thfcn auntie said I was bound to toll you about It all I wanted to write it but she said that wouldntal Jet fair and that I must tell you myself But why did you make up your mind that you mustnt say yesV Can you not Ion me Barbara 1 Oh yCSI mean noor rather 1 mustntBut It you can why Js It that you mustnt Tbat question ot last gave Barbara courage to speak It seemed to norye her for the ordeal and at the same time i to point a way for the telling Why I mustnt love you Mr Duncan because I cannot marry you You see that would be very wrong When you well when you staked me those questions it startled me and I didnt know what to say but after you had gone away that night I sac clearly that I mustnt think of such a thing It youBut unfair It would be doing tho one thing In tho 14beI world whom I want for my wife tho ftnj spraanI shall ever think of ml1r1 co ryI g But you mustnt think of that flDI r Ifitrlblo drag upon you You are nlreauv Jsaysgreat distinction You must have a wife worthy of such n man 11 wife who can help him nnd do him credit In so ciety Now you know 1 could never be como that sort of wotnait I am oiilpnn obscure girl I dont know ho cannot talk brilliantly I couldnt Im press people as your wife must I nm not even educated In any regular way Ive Just grown up In my own fashion In tho shade ns it were and the strong sunlight would only emphasize my Insignificance Will you let me say one word at this point Barbara broke in Duncan lu suite of her effort to prevent You nro wronging yourself and an Iswrongingthere Is no woman in the world to fit to be my wife as you are My only wish Is that I were worthy to have such a wife I Intend of course to achieve all that 1 canto make the best use I can of such faculties as I possess but nothing Imaginable could so great ly help me to do that as the inspiration of your love end the stimulus of know in that you were to be always by my side An occasional tear was by this time locouldsllfj loved and honored above nil others was so tenderly saying such Things of her and to her with u sincerity too greatly passionate to be open to any doubt How could It be otherwise hiasidthe only love as she knew In her Inmost soul that she could ever think of with rejoicing so long ns she should live She would have Interrupted the pas sionate pleading It her voice had beet under control As it was she sat si lent while he went on I have of Ill ambitious first oandbecause such things are first In my esti kdictaThere are much higher things to bo thought of What a man achieves is of tar less consequence than what a man Is That which I ask of you U to help me be the best that I nm capa ble of being and for you to be It with me I want to make the most the best the happiest life for you that Is possible Oh Barbara you will novur know how longingly I dream of a home with you at its head You cannot know how absolutely the worthi ness of my life depends upon such Slinking of It with yours Time girl had completely given way to her emotions now but with that resolute self mastery which was a dom inant note In her nature she presently controlled herself You do not know all site saul You have not hoard nil I have to tell you You havent beard tho most Im portant part of it I have only told you what I thought on that evening when when you asked questions 1 still think that ought to settle tho mat ter but you seem to think perhaps Styouleastoh you dont know There are other reasons stronger reasons reasons that nothing can remove Tell me of them I can imagine no reason whatever that could satisfy me 1It is very hard to tell You know I never know my parents Both my mother and my father died on the day mothI liAto me much about my father Ills family was a good one his father IIlVi Ing been n banker with some reputv MOD as an artist also and my father was Ma partner In business But that Is all I know of my father no that Isnt what I meant to say I meant to say that that is all my aunt ever told me about him and all I knew until tliQ aught when you asked me questions After you went away that evening I went to my room anti thought the matter cut I have already told you what conclusions I reached When I bad decided I went to aunties room and sat on the side of her bed nnd told her everything She cried bitterly I didnt understand why at first After awhile slio said she didnt at all agree with motn my conclusions and added If the things you mention were nil Bab I should to thinkin bofhimself but theta Is something clsp Bab something very dreadful I never Intended to tell you of It hut now I must You would find It out very soon for Tandys wife knows It and If olio heard that there was anything between you and Mr Duncan she would make haste to talk of it particularly utter what has happened between Tandy and Mr Duncan Then you would never forgive r e for not telling you She want on then and told me what ODuncanthief Time girl paused unable to go on Duncan saw that she was suiieritcacutely and he determined her You mutt stop now Barbara he said in a caressing tone You are overwrought I wilt hear the rest an other tltnp when you feel stronger nnd Solid for mo I mu going to Haf good uUht now BO that you zany test But before I go I want to say that nothing you have told me can uiako the least difference In my feelings or my do aires or my purposes You uro what you arc Nothing else matters When you feel strong enough I will come again anti persuade you to bo my wife Good night pnutterable taco Iw leaned forward Impulsively but with extreme gentleness and rev erently kissed her ITO BE coRTnnjm Monday morning the home of Edward A Boblitt a farmer near Moorcsvillo was destroyed by fire nnd two children were burned to I denthcri i 1j 1P IIIZJIIWV I r THE TEXAS WONDER cures all Kithioy Bladder nnd Hhcurnntic troubles Sold by nil trcatmentb111 2926 Olive slomonials 22ly And now tho insurance com tilanicsand calendars which WItS all the graft tho common people got Health III IiThemighty temptation to our yotiig anti suns to join the furcfl of skllltd work men needed to contract time Panama Canal Many tire restrained however 1tIthe knowing ones thuno who have tir ed Electrio Hitter Wilt no there without title tear well knowing they nre safe from malarious influence with Electrio BItters on hand Cures blood luiMiil Ion bill iniiif vt nkntM nun ill sit ulii cit IIHIIIII kidney I r iiirif Giinrantceil by JucKmii Dili t Uo 6rt Mssouri Cs to tax bache lo lzrsmarriage licenses That certain lv oks like playing both endoagainst the middle Times Touch That Jltals Is the touch of ItucMtnri rnlii Salve ll Is the hnptIei cum nnifon of Arnica flower and hrnlim tiiii ever nninpmimlpd No mnttpi IHIW old the sure or nlfirlt this calvi will cum It Fur bum tcIcJI cut wound or pile Its MI nbnult our- tiunrnntetd bj wkulI Drug Oo 25i Senator Foraker is still attempt insto prove that the white people f Brownsville Texas shot th hueirtiilledS3 itO the npgroc i Tills is AYorthiJJoiiuinlKjrlii I1Ier on mr1 a nth or CIIl1 jn t reurmlor tint 111111 lloiifj av id Tar w 111 euro it Do tint rIsk yin I IiPllulntLfl Drug Ci Ohio draws the color lino when it comes to a negros holding an office a white man wantsa thIA humane cliliii of Kicliniwd IIH Mr U William 101 went Main Si fUr I aiprnl lu till Irulli witIw sk to take Dr Hew D siicuvtryhelped me nnd fully cuine up in ili proprietors rfcumnifiidail n ll invei mure ilvtii halllllIItl1tr ilinmj and lung remrdlp tint together Urcd nun cough Mid cuLl cure tIt world o Our hl1ln c eroUplionrcenpM Iud plitlilsu stops hemur rhncee of the lungs nnd build tlitni up Gtinrnnleed by Ihe JackMin Drop Oo CO and flro Trlnl lioillelrie 1mOne wlfo too runny is a hcadr line in a contemporary Jut some monogamists will wonder why that is startling enough fora hone neFlo IithisWitch Ilizi Salve Jl tpickly heap Inpptdasid cracked kill Good loo for boil and burn and undoubtedly the best relief for liks Sold hero bj J ckstii Dmi Co Senator Wm Alden Smith begun life by soiling papers but t fl1ittending life as afpcanub politician it1ODOl1qtlcUly overcomes Indigestion which U n forerunner ol Dyspoisln It I inndt III strict Oifornilty to the Na ttlnlPure Food arid Drugs ia and I i old on n gunrantee relief plan Suld f Juoltgon Drill Oo San Francisco druggists arc now putting Jnp toads on poison boss tles instead of the skull and bones Or no Luxullve Fruit Syrup It a new r 5emedylives of Jomer jfnrt ni ll does not gripe or niuente and in plr nsftnt to take It ii EUuritniefd Jackson Drug n ExGovernor Black says that a politician can be killed quick by him cold Yet all politicians are willing to freeze onto everything in reach To remove II coughs jon must get nt the cold which onuses tliu congh There Is nothing so good for this MI Kennedy Inx tire CoushSynip Thei l l3iquideffective that stills nod quiets thoI uoghand 3riVM out tho cod Sold hy JaCkSon Drug Co Mrs Frances Peter widow ofit Dr Robert M Peter the noted chemist of the old Transylvania University died at her home near Lexington on Monday She hadI declined to visit Lexington since the civil war remaining true to a vow made over forty years ngo that she would never again enter tho city although she lived within a few miles of Lexington Mr8ePeter was ninetyone years of g ighildreni 4e 41 r 1 liven lip to Die B Spiegel 1201 N Virginia Si Evnnsvillp Iml wrltni For over flvo years I was troubled with kldnpj nnd luau oraTectIncnu li gme much walII run down and n year ago had to nbaudoii work entlr ly I had Ihree of the bet phyaioiaiiH who did me no Rood and I was practically Riven up tO- e Koleyt Kidney Cure was recom m ended and the flrl liultlii save me great relief and after tukliifi the second bottle I wu entirely cured Uliy not lot It hull you JocUion rugCuA o woman left her bus band because ho swore at her when sho asked him to hook her waist up at tho back Possibly tho poor fellow lute just finished a struggle with his own collar button 3fo Case nn Ketord riiitf In no UMHJ on ieo in of it Ciijli cold resulting In pneumonia or con iiniplliui nfier KnlejV Huney nil i Tur Iii been token nn it will Mup yum EruauIntiey said Tar III n yelow pnukaKt t r4reI The healthiest man is simply II mess of microbes claims one cheerful germ expert That ex plains why sonic mon continually net as if something is biting them In 1S97 I Imsitii clooiHull tltessi- tuS uliyaiciiin saul Uy punlrt stone uIitItulsthml One alelIoI1IIJ nut ilvo until Spring Fur four years I xUieit on dolled milk odn bitciilt anil dixtorV irrscrhlitions I could nut dige i an tiling I nit then 1 pick Lied up uric of pius AlnmiiHcs mid ft uisis ned lo lit my lifesaver I- iugltt n fifty qent boulor KOOOI id this benefit II itcelved from that bib If alt the Iolllin Jeorein could nut In tto I went tmuk to my tisrkss a ttiiniliiniM arid in three MiOHtiii I tvni well and lirnrytia ynil live bug nnd prosper i3 iS t ornel1 KodinK C s 1000 TIH ab ve M i TdailyFtir Ji frkeinThe rlat dcbuto fonde debutes arc given froo it will never end Yon should be very Cal efith of your linwrli when Ju hart n cold Nenrl 1 oilier couRli yrups are atmatlpni inj pispneially Ilioe euiitnliiini u i nlM Kerineilys InxnUvr Ootiuh Syrup Ittlie i oweli coiiUlnn Ntsjilr Collfurmn to the Nitiloiinl Ime FMII and Drug Lntwu lleur trie en tliir einuni nt mmlipr tVerywher Ilka Its plfaiani taste Sold y Juokion urns Co The California Legislature pro poses to take tho Japanese bull- yb the horns by excluding the Japanese from tho white schools Thats States rights for you WTICI3 TO OUIl CUSTOM Kits Utt are pissed to nnnnunc Dim ult311 Money Jar tar cough cuM and lung trouble In not nlTCivd time Nat IiiaI Ijre Yu1nnd Drug U nn It contains no oj iat or other harmful drugs and we recommend It- S a larIImll11 for children mid doli Jnckmin Drui Oo L Dont cat much meat if you want healthy children says Dr Watson of Scotland As long ps the price remains at tho present l evela great many people will unconsciously takq his advice InlulnllelllllClnla obtinltlracklnlunt8 The KeiiHlne la In a yellow imukaKU Jickenn UrilK Co Toledo Ohio is also vigorously objecting to the appointment of a negro collector After all South Carolina did not make HO much fuss about it itS Ohio is doing Lost ami Founil Lwt beiween C30 i in YtsttndnJ s lId noon today n billions nlack with untifen and sick henilupliB I isis loss win ircnsinnxl by finding at Jackson Drugstore a box of Dr I lmlfs New Ufe IilU the giiraite d cure rO- lbiJlIlIplIl 8 in loris nr d Jnnilice She If it is to be Roosevelt against Bryan next campaign the trusts will have to take to the tall timer b but even that will hardly do- an good Lit llti uobulea of nuntililne hint ilrlrri Ihtt cloud nInny DWitti Little Kiirlj Hiiiprs will puller Ihe Rliin ol lck liendiinhu nnd liillioiunef Tliej II not gripe or sicken t ud Bold hero by J k HeclUJIIlPlllhdI George H Monday as Postmaster General and was sworn in as Secretary of the Treasury Ills place at the head of the Postoflico Department WItS taken by George von L Mycr growinglement o of Uncle Sams coat tails 2T4irths A 1 1 I RAILROAD TIME TABLES I LL RAILWAY I vixTHit TraiK TADLK i EFFECTIVE NOV 18 190C NOWESTBOUND Ex Sun AM I f- Lv Jackson 6 10 2 20 JKlkutmvnAthol 0 10 2 52 Titllejju 0 40 a C- St Helens o no a 11hlicalty villa Junct 7 07 a Torrent 7 10 8 11 t7DundeeFilson vS 03 4 14 Stanton 8 15 4 2G Clay City 8 25 4 35rLife hiJtinet U UU ft 52Ar4EASTKx Sun IM A M v Lexington 2 25 7 JJ5 Winchester 1 10 8 1J L E Junct 8 25 8 204 Clay City 4 00 9 02 Stanton 4 10 9 10 Filson 4 20 9 22 Dundee 4 87 9 34- Campion Junct 410 9 38 Torrent 4 57 9 50 17StTalliga fi 517 10 35 Athol 5 45 10 13 Elkatawa 0 00 11 10 11151AICONNECTIONS I L E JUNCTION Trains Nos 1 j connectionsithw i CA MPTON J UNCTION All trains connect with Mountain Cen nndCllnlNCTIOXTrnillR 111111fromO K ILNCLIONTrajns No KoutuckforCHAS SCOTT G P A Realif Sisffarers ItbeunuUirahare WA D3S- Rh miiic- illl itr PIIs I thnf ton ttintxM know of u U LTtut nioiliuinc MliIdloe but Ire ttili thornrbulL sitfrlin1htrq bn r llern1 curet sad- pnflanenti U Ihe iimt tote Ictttody Ij trlCO DOC Yonr clrnrgliU ell antUnrn ao atiiute but send us M cvliU anti we will firwaril a loltlo projvUd On the nuxrkfl ff tnrtjflte rur THE PBIKOE MEDICINE 1 2 Hampshire St Cambridge MassI I TARtUlOtI FREE Florida and Cuba IuIIIICIgllllll VII till Southern Railway AND TIlE QITHHX At CHI SCBNI HOUTK schedulesComfortnble pining Cur Service- ATTRACTIVE TOUHS fIIJU h including de liJthtfulsea n voyage to Havana Nassl1uNlntlow VA1UABLE JIOUTE TJCKI3TS Going via Ashevillo and Tho411151 of tho Sky returning di i StOjOVCrrlvileges FLORIDA SPECIAL i In sorvico again beginning Jnn I Imzte4ttilitiiaiirubituid St Augustine without c nowoni Cheap lomcsockcrs1 Tickets on 1 Indianurritoryo Ilier poiiiLs in tho wewt south 15lHid 19- For illustrated literature rateso ml addressiyivny or J lmissenger C IistrjctPassenger i1 C BEAM Jr Asst Gen Pass AgU St Louis M- oOK RailwayEh1r tIt AUjr Slml 1005 DoundJsU a 4U STATIONS S3 IE SHKMPM All 110 IM Cannel 12f6 ti2C7 313 T ls22 Ileleulmati 12304tIi 8 4tai48S b5tO n 2 9 25 333irWOAIv Juno ll2tl 310 300MtrNu4coi NOlIatll1l nlhuJM I OOVrKV Supt h Mountain Central rrhoi100 p m Campion 0 00 p m trrivo1epart iniiwithC nil L KiLLTHE COUGHAND CURE THE LUNCS KingsHew IFon Ci INSUKPTION IUOIIS and LOS Fr IPrIcenIlTUnOATLTS or MONEY BAOK nIlI 0EA1WIND ENGINES Ilmpldurnblo rAon which all our wheels IKATUlliFnstPiiliig48 FKATUKEA1 11 n lIa TUIU 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