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Surplus 2735ooo S Business and accounts ofaro solicit tho Banking JIJumbcl Manufacturers lli Timber Dealers U I Business Men d MerchantsI I t Farmers OoatOIOOI Througbout Eastern Kontuckylind offer our ti the pst G in LIBERAL iTERMS-J U 11SVithtn the limits of legitimate business n I umBTUTB= rni TVhIt 5i2S2S2S2SS22S25iiIia5VL Sii5 5 525z5a525w t 1 4 y t fi kc wl j l1 Y J BREATHITT COUNTY NEWSr1 Hon nC EveYsole Responds to Some of the Editorials iiv the Hyden Thousand Sticks Relative to the Race for Circuit Judge of the 33d Judicial District BOON 1WI1I Ky June 2507 KoiTOit NEWS If you will allow me space in your valuable paper it will afford me an opportunity to respond to ome of tho editorials of The Thousand Sticks relative to the I race for Circuit Judge and for thisI opportunity 1 shall ever feel thank ful to you I am a candidate for Circuit Judge of tho ttufd Judicial district of Kentucky subject to the action of tho Republican party at the coming primary election JulyJOth 1007 and humbly ask the Hcpub licuns of this district for their sup portant I a true republican and have been all my life hove never falter ed in a single instance But I have never had any pick or quarrel with any one because he took a dif ferent view of politics extending to others the same right to their belief that I hnve always exercised in my own political faith believing as I always have that these are Governmental right in this great country about which wo should differ friendly I entered this race in good faith I believing there is a majority of the I voters for me as I had a right to regardless of the Thousand Sticks and 1 am satisfied that I will win I know the people of this district have met and shook hands with a large majority of them and know they are for meI 80JmlCivil War broke out my father I John C KvcMolc deceased was then n prosperous young man a much younger man then than I am notf witla large family andwell fixed for a living but prompted with patriotism the tics of family devotion and the fasination of business life were laid aside and he and his brothers Uncles Joe and William entered the Union army to light our countrys battles they served through tho war until tho second day of May 1804 My father and Undo Joe were both killed My father was major of the 14th Ky Cavalry Volunteers and most all of the oldsoldiers of tho district remember him well no doubt My mother had threq brothers in tho Union army and two oT them met fate ono of them was killed and the other died of fever Just how many cousins and more distant relatives that I had in the army on tho side of tho Union in that terrible conflict Iam unable to give a correct account though there were scores of them I had a first cousin Robert How ling who rent down with tho others and a noble boy ho was He was a son of my fathers only sister who married William show lingThe Kvcrsoles are all Republi cans and have done as much rot lug for ho Republican party since its organization as any other family in the State My family took an active part as everybody knows for the CIUHO of tho Union and did as much lighting Hnd bleeding as any taut ily and I liuro I am justified in takrhsayingas activeapart in every struggle for the cupof tho nation and the- party ns kn ordinary family the organ itlon of thoHOPublitun party iathor was one of the party ifact he voted4Qrlhb party at the first election i Her its organization and my dear ld mother told me that my faihcwits tho only one who ubHcan ticket at thq Campbelretcinct in Perry county nt the first election after the Organiznt n f the arty 1laa 1been fl1i hful 9 and true bot t n nwird 5 tlt the f nd- l Lt afd r II iitfJiIII L lr r 2 mental principles of tho Republi can party all my life believing that it was right Ttd I am proud lof the party nmfftB achievements I believe it has dons moro for this country than any other political party on earth cvery did for its country J can ltok back with pride to the records and aehieI mints of the Republican party and I am proud that 1 have always been a Republican am proud of the iccord my family has madeI And regardless of ilhe Thousand Sticks the moutlipiece of my op ponent I am looktilg to tho fairness and manhood of the Republi can party of the district and relying on the good judgment of the Republican voters for success and twill win u victory the 20th day of July 1 fuel sure that I will win and I trust the trfle Republicans will stand by me nnd I promise them that my conduct in ollico will bo such that tfty will newer regret they gave ale their support This great paper tho Thousand Sticks this elegantly edited paper that is being sent all over thft district free it had to go free you know or notnt um has no circulation except 1hnt it has in tho way of a free circulation Of course no ono lianjlly would pay fifty cents n year fgr it that is all it asks and until it began to send out COJH free you could hate thrown a rock JaOIO tho pre s room out of its circulation It is after mo you know hiR race fOr judgdilIts voters leave been get JSincet Who tloVousiiPptto ctfp2 tWha yqii see in this groat paper is Mr Lewis blowing his own horn Oh but this great paper comes out in ono issue witha petition signed by a number of citizens of Leslie county endorsing Mr Lewis a kind of certificate of Ref Diiblicanism you knowjjllow many signed itl Oh my TlhHow many voters are there in this dis trict More than 5000 How many are Republicans l At least 5000 What a showing and that coming from a mans hone county I got nearly 2000 tp sign a petition for n primary election to nominate a candidate for Circuit Judge and nearly 400 were Leslie county men and my opponent Mr Lewis was opposing a pri nary Suppose I were to go out in Owsley county and got 75 or 100 voters to endorse mo for Judge what would it mean l Not much Thi great editor says tho law- yerS and county officers of Leslie nro for Lewis and demands of mo the information ns to how these same classes of men in Owsley are What right has hp irot to make such a demand on me 1 lie is my enemy and 1 dont know just how the officers and Itiwvnrs in Owsley stand nor docs this great editor of the Thousand Sticks know how the officers and lawyers in Leslie county are if ho did ho would not toll it because it would bo n bad shodp for his boss While 1 will appreciate the support of the lawyers and county officers of tho district I want to remind this great newspaper that the race will not bo controlled by these classes of men but that rank enandtitled to a vote und that I looking to this nobloclass of men umllrIwill control mq t This great paper says that if I am elected though I will not be ho says it will bo a case where a man is tool ag for the office Here ho is wrong again lie might have sailsnld tho office was too ibig for the man You see he aU ways gets vrond Jleknows about as much about t ie kind of nlmar for Circuit JUt goons an oy tehj l 1 I It lrC R xJf 1 h 11 1 i does about the Declaration of Independence lIe says that Mr Lewis is a member of no political faction Why is ho talking so muchabout factions l Tho truth about it is Mr Lewis anti the Thousand Sticks are trying to get into tim bed with every iac tion they can find No true Republican wants oflico that he has to appeal to factional prejudices to get as true Republicans let factional differences go anti win on merit or go down in defeat This kind editor goes after me for volunteering my services for the good people of Lctcher in the case recently in the court in that county on behalf of the Virginia land grants vs tho people of Lctcher pountv to assess those old defunct claims for taxes and bur den them by clouding the titles of their homes and he says I would be disqualified for trying those cases but he forgets that vthoso cases have all been tried and tin aMy settled You see he is wrong again He is always wrong and the wrougest follow that 1 ever saw But ho failed to remind the voters of tho district that Mr Lewis was tho feed counsel for the land grant owners in similar cases in the Leslie Circuit COU1tt and those cases have not been settled but arc now pending in the Leslie circuit court Mr Thousand Sticks why dont you get right once you good thing and treat a Republican right This great pa per jumps on mo and wants to know why sonic of my kinfolks are against ihe but forgets to tell you that some of Mr Lewis kin folks are against him I suppose that in Leslie some of my blood kin are against fie I dont know whether that is true 01hllLthis great says so but Unit is no evidence it is true But fwantto remintt Mr Lewis and his grcVt Ilapcr arid the pubjic hat soma2 n kinfolks I i related to Mr Lewis tliantlaeyare to me I also take pleasure in re minding Mr Lewis and Thou sand Sticks that some of Mr Lswis qloso kinfoiks are for me This great paper indulges in the unwarranted statement that I can not get tho endorsement from Owsley county that any jsahe roan would want to go into a district race I desire to say to the voters of this district that tho editor of Thousand Stack dont know anything about tow tho voters of Owsley are in this race And in this connection I wortt to say that I know that tho peopTc of Owsley aro fon mo strong tin I will have almost the unanimous support of my homo county 1 is true that in Owsley count t tern are a few individuals tha will vote against me because Snsome law suit or other I have opposed them and the same is true ofMr Lewis in LesliQ I nm sure t6 set Leslie off wjth Oslo and have votes left l know time people of Leslie countyanth have spool hands with twothirds of them since this race hasbeen on and I know that I have niihiy good friends in Les lie county and they will support me because they 1iave told me so and they are trio apd honest to whenThouamid get any votes in Leslie he falls in to thu old rut again and misrepre sents the facts I know more men i ijLcslie county than this great editor and have talked with them individually Why should this newspaper jump on me so Ainmcr it isa Republican IIneWipuler why not tea fair I think tho people know IWhen I was attending the Feb ruary term of tho Leslie circuit court this great paper carne out with an editorial asserting that the present Judge the lion T G Lewis would hold tho rpmaindor of tho term of the office of Cir cuit Judge find in the face of tho decision of the Court of Appeals I in the case known as the Yates McDonald case tried last Octo ber and settling in point the fact Jthat lire Legislature couldnot shorten or lengthen the timo of fill ing a vacancy in the office of Cir chit Judge fixed by the Constitu I 1 l iI The Largest Cireulntion OF ANY PAPERIN THIS SECTIONi J JI 1it CKAWFOKDVico Capital tion Scctifin152 that in no event con111 tho Governor appoint a Cir iiit Jalgii for a longer period than two years I desire to say to the Republi cons of this district that I have regretted to have any unpleasant ness withmy opponent or his great paper but it was forced on matand those of you who read Thousand Sticks knot thin I have been forced to take defensive stops appealed to Mr Lewis at his homo town after he had treated mo most discourteous in u joint debate there to let us lfave a gentlemans rrfce and he grave me to understand that ho was going to say what he pleased and ho treated mo discourteous at Hazard the first day of court and the pea ple of Leslie county who were present when we spoo tit Ilydcn know that ho trcate discourt coos there tiy hisestonce nndf the people ofP4ry county who heart ud U 6k d know the same is- tho londuct at that place I U C Republicans of this en1 give niu their support Youlfer hat 1 am a truo Republic enII have not gotten up this lei with Thousand Sticl4wl I am willing to let it stop do lind treat everybody fair n Vc is a majority of the voters irLewis I want him to have 1 Rice but if there is n majori forms l want the office 1 nmJfli IJnniiblipnnl This IS nn year fm local quarrolslWe have nominated a und the greatest opportunity for years presents itself to lhe Republicans and tbr independent voters of the State far a great victory and lets get right down and stay right and after the 20th of July we will take up the battleagainst the common enemy and lam ready to do my past as I have always bet If I um elected Judge and I feel sure I will be I shall discharge my du ties fiuthfuTlS aidhontrSti vrIrt tho ambition of my lifo to win and serve you as judge and it will bo the pride of my life to serve tho district in a way that tho people will say Well done thou goof and faithful servant- Respectfully yours JOHN C EVERSOLE The Christian Church Conventionh- elhirtecntlt District Conven tion of the Christian Churchem bracing tho Bible School Associa tion and tho Christian Womens Hoard of Missions will be held at Clay City Po vcll county July 18 19 the Thirteenth District is composed of the counties of Breath itt Estill Lee Powell and Wolf and it Is expected that delciiattans will bo nroseitt from many of tin churches in thd District The first days sessions will be occupied by tho 01V H M and the second by the l ible School Association A very interesting practic il jmt helpful program l ftS jcen arrang ed providin WOr conferences ant discussions i with addresses bj prominent workcr of tho district MEN WANTED a Men of experience wanted at tho Frozen Creek Cannol Coal Mines Address Z T Hurst Owner Boxer Ivy 3l2m 1 VINES FOR THE PIAZZA Cinnamon Aliehispnd Hops Are Favorite rietlel x ClnnUl1on vlnts1 nitlm their bright green leaves am 51 I y blossoms nth 1 nice tiling to infoif vltli other vines nround the house whey endure suiu iner heut very hell The cinnamon vino grow rnpUly mud tho loaves mire glossy and heatf ilia pert Ituyther- oots TUo uUntrr batata AUoblii vine gluei well In tho niouiP lain regions pf tlia country 1tIUIi pretty ttnull foliage q1 Clark gcecu dna fragrant lloffcra OHa vllct brown or jiurple 1 tHops are a tough nnd yet nttractlvfr wine Ono kind UuHibrlgit KMUU U J 1 low foliage AVlio hat yua brought up where Jrlsh se vnnlsr Ill add dies bread does not recall sloe smell of boil lug hops ftr iwtato y alt 2 fixr bleed mostly comes from tho lciY mind tho bakers rorfect ev m t1la rl Kn grunt bread made fro J ItT 1I rIitc III o mnot nos anti 0 I og e4Itlkitchen cotI troubles u- It if f I 1 1 IIj I a tif a 4 I oe r l rr I + I I II I An Unprecedented Offer r The Lexington Herald From now until January I 1st 1108 for 250 Sevepmonths for the price oftoYoutvlllwant to keep in touch with tli7 fall political campaign Time dnilgyisits of tho Lexington Herald sill make this possible Whore can yoii Jtthe news of tho including your home ncwsifr such a sum 1 THESUNDAYHERALD Is unsurpassed by any of thetmetropolitan dailies Its section short stories and other special features are well worth the price askell2f Address TILE LEXINGTON HERALD L Incorporated r t Lexington Kentucky t COLLEGE AND SCHOOL 1 Miss Ellsa E Brow ofr Taunton Mass l3fl resigned nS n public schoolteacher t after fortyeight years of serv- Ice mind Thomas P Iaull of the same Ii clty nas also resigned after thirty W years service Tile reRlgnntltot Professor Henry 1 Yaloacademtcmdepartment for a quarter of a century Is announced to take effect next year Dean Wright lays down his work because i of advanced age The woqum graduates of ICnnsaa tits f versity have recently organised a t branch of the Association of ColIlIlateIAlumnae to cooperate with tional association In promotion of edu i cntlunnl and aortal Ideas Ambcrst college Islo receive by tho wJUtof IJhvard W CurrM otIt 11lSIjittuiutrtj 4tligcol Cge hhf1 Q t1 a ne 4 life Interest of a relative Thblatter leas now died and the legacy has be come nvallablfl for thd colleges TWOMiNUTESKETCHES t I Thomas Jefferson i J fDrt I fr t- Jrferongreaftrf ffpowtrfots his opti mirth faith in the rI common 1toltf I wasT A4r erns education Ito was peculia r I considering his tltuoanOaijpBudings r 3 rot the typo of e joar lu politics iThat he dwMJtfvo been this and yet the foreCTTJi American radical of his Jyiuaiks hluius an odd combination all bur history nfhe tfirnjng point In draftthenano about trollla doUble cause I t 1 ftfreons reputation as a writer of pollt ati ibyKlcliard Henry Lee who land introduced the Independence resolution dlsprovoJeltersone lion null a widespread belief has P lsted even to the present that most of It If not nil was really written by i Thomas Paine However that may vastnispolntsxl r consequent Inference that It was his sl rtbcretroDlhlm A iwUtlcal leader In addition tot tlIjJbe unquestioned products of his t I IilIt1mocrncyFrench revolution tended to 1lac hlm a at tho head of tl c growing democratic i sentiment lu this country Jelfersons saatfgt eer was hla Ultllnlstll faith In tllet people lieI f trusted them and they returned the Icompliment Hcrelu Is to bo tha secret of hla success He It speaker n beldnged to the rounlll roc pfJliq Idealists rather thalltQ the practical politicians He la tobo a freethinker In religion All j thc tilings were handicaps rather thou helps toward popularity It was Jetfersous persistent advocacy of tho tights oftIie people and his Implicit puat In thMr judgment that made him oBtrong tth t masses It was this t that nod lips the most commanding Jlguro nt tho beginning of tho nineteenth ceptury and on Influential far i1 tor from mt y to the present 1 In rwn Mry Jefferson was tall and i complexsou f Kr 2 iT tt JtJ 4 It i1n-L i ti I h- 2Ne I 4 J The Breathitt NevsISI PER YEAR IN j WISE HAGINS EDITOR I U I 7H PATTON I ATTORNEY AT LAW t OFFICE IN OKAWFOKD HMXJ JACKSON KY b ui n525S252525252rn rn H PlYSI eIJlf JlfD SU G Ofm C w OPFICC HOURS8A At TO 4 P nm m mTACKSOX IlS2 ru For Printing Phone 64 FRIDAY JUNE 28 THE PLATFORM OF REPUBLICAN PARTY Wo approve the policies mHI commend the ability intejjrit nnd courage of President Roos vclt nnd his ndministrntion and without expressing n preference for nny candidate favor tlie election by tho next national convention for President of one in full accor with those policies nnd who will energetically carry them out in tho interests of nil tho people Second We demand that all elections shall JjOMJionestly con ducted nnd nuse of good government nnd the future hopnincss and welfare of the people of Kentucky arc inseparably bound up in tho suppression of nil abuses and crimes against nn honest ballot that have so unfortunately dis gnced our State under Democrat rule depriving the people of their rightful heritage reprcsentntiv gpvcrnment T for registration certil cat s imposed onvtho State by the Democratic party for immoral political whereby vott in Kentucky have bccomo ncgol iable instruments passing by de livery ough5tobe repealed Third Tho judiciary of the State in both the Circuit and Appellate Courts should bo chosen on nonpartisan grounds and the contir- urncc in oflico of faithful judicial public servants should bo determined by no other qualification than fitness Fourth There should be com plcle publicity concerning the cji pendituro of money for political campaigns and a law should b passed providing for an accounting by candidates and Campaign man ngars of all sums mone colcctej I for political purposes Fifth We demand tho red is tricling of Kentucky into Legisla live Senatorial Congressiojv nnd Judicial districts which shal give equal representation am equal voting power to every citizen of every district in conformity withn kii1 requirements of the C jrstitutionS LI10t ns at present in flagrant violatioiTttff e f- Sixth7HierG should bo pnJSJP nnd eilicicnt enforcement of the criminal laws of every kind und at nil times but especially at this timo do we call for the rigid en forccmot of the law against those forms of crimes which under tin rccnnt administration of justice in many communities have1 gon practically unpunished Election thievoF gamblers pool room op orators und others to coiuuiil crimes Jn the interest of those con trollingijo local administratidn of some of tho cities and counties should bo punished and the juries should bo so selected na to prevent the packing of juries for the pur poso of securing verdicts in accord ance with the wishes of those in whose hands tho selection of the juries is tlncedor under whose control nnd direction they are selected Seventh We demand that tho books vouchers und accounts of nlljmunicipalitics all public of fleers 110 institutions sup by tho State counties or Cities and of all corporations in which n city or Stat owns tho majority interest either directly or through subordinate corporat ions trustees or commissioners shall be open to inspction and in vestigation by any citizen nod shall bo guhry audited and the results published by un independ ent accountant who shalf not bo eligible to reexamine such books vouchers or accounts twice fn sueI cession I Eighth We demand a reform in tho management of our public eleemosynary und penal institutions to tho end that they shall be operated by bipartisnn boardi upon proper business principles und their inmates treated humanly Ninth We furor the enactment and enforcement of a uniform local option law with the county ns the I government unit Tenth Wo demand thai the public schools of tho Stnte shall 1 e taken and kept entirely out Of policies nnd that tho interests und welfare of tho children shall huro first consideration in all public school matters We call for better schools an school houses for longer school terms in the country and better pay for teachers and that clctiot for School Trustees bo had on different days from other elections Eleventh We favor amendments to State laws permitting und encouraging joint nominations of tho same candidate by the different partieswelfthWo condemn tho kiv passed forSmmoral political Imr poses creating iheJacins Con mission in Ivcmfev and clcmar its repeal 1- ThirtcenthW Bndemn the en actment by the l Biocratic par of a Inrge numl oC tairnoxious tax laws and the flation of useles oflices as tho re dof partisan senice and we I nis if giren power to lepel1l suan laws nnd- reducc the tnxes the lowest possible rate consisflt with an efficient administr n of the State government C OIUs ox- J For years past the legislatic enacted by the Demo rltic part und dictated by certain of its enders has not been for the benefit of the citizen hut of the ilicc holder The chief aim of such legislatic has been the continued holding of oflico nnd the creation of offices to be traded in as rewards for port service The citizen is at last realizing as never before that the admini tration of public affairs is a business that comes close homo to him that such business must be honest nnd efficiently conducted and thai his ballot should not bo cast as H mutter of sentiment but for thai candidate or party which show the highest capacity for proper conducting tho affairs of the Stnt on strict business principles We ask the support of all pnt riotic citizens regardless of theh party nfliliations for the Stal ticket selected by this conventio and for the policies and principles above stated believing that it will insure better days for Kentucky Lost Creek Mrs Maggie Strong went to Jackson shopping Monday G W Dcaton made a busines trip to Jackson Saturday A Deaton and wife visited their son G W Dcaton feunday- llev G K Drushal will have 11 picnic on Tumbling branch July 4 SaflioWrtddix Cincinnati is visiting inenu9 m rewuvus here Horn to ANjjJFJi Landrum and wife on inst n lOi Ib boy the1Lth Martha visited he parents A Dc ton and wife last Sunday Wick Dcaton nnd wife visited Mrs Dealons father and mother Saturday W Ch Strong went to Jackson for n load of goods for E P Landrum i I r E P Landrum went to Tack son Monday aftof n load of goods for his stoic Miss Odessa Noble tho little laughter of Sol Noble is quito Tick with fever sj t- MrsSallip lI ers of Cincin luti is visiting friends and rcla ives here W H Lindrum visited his mother on Juicksand from Fri lay till Monday Dr A M Arnold of Jackson 1 nnettioll1ho cek school house the vtII U1 invited 1 Mrs Ada Drushal made a 11 ing trip to Jackson Monday lie companied back with two lad missionaries The pipe lino of tho Standai Oil Co on llilcy has broken nrd Troublesome has been runnin with oil for several days Wick Denton bought W 1 Landrums mules and wagon Slt urdu for 350 cash He has a job of hauling 1000 ties oft of Leatherwood A Miss Bell from Philadelphia has arrived hero to help Rev and Mrs Drushal in their Sunda school work Wo have a fine Sunday school with over 150 in attendance Woburn Mntt Stidham had a corn hoeing Saturday Dora Duff of Chavics was here Wednesday Miss Eliza Bowling of Crock ctlsvillc was here Friday Dillard Bush while plowing the other day saw an owl kill four chicken hawks and Mr Bush watching to see what the owl would do with them saw him can them across the river opposite Millers branch to his homo where he joined the mother owl and three little ones Oakdale Oscar Crawford has brain feve K F Crawford is on the sick list Miss Ida Jqtt will teach our school Mrs America Mullins was her last week Eli Hubbard killed a largo copperhead last week William Spencer has been verJ sick but is up ngain High BI ants little daughter Magpie has been very sick Dud Roberts sold a cow to Johr Wyatt last week for 2750 Will Oliver of Wolfe count was here on business Saturday Mrs Clara Williams of Frozen is visiting Mrs K F Crawford Jeff Eversole of Atholwa l here on business the first of the week Ida Jctt and Minnio Evans vis ited friends in Mt Sterling I1SI week Charlie Woods of Jackson Wn visiting friends and relatives here Saturday Mrs M A Spencer visited Mrs W C Ilardimnn of Filmor last week Charley Bryant and family of Jackson visited Kecnis Bryai lost week Mrs James B Mann is visitin her parents Mr and Mrs E M Jett this week TaGkIson of Spencer last week Lnrkin and Watts Gibson of Lo Rose attended church at Mil Branch Sunday MrsAK F Crawford and Miss Edna Price were shopping in Lex ington and Winchester last week Mrs K F Crawford gave a delightful dinner last Thursday to n number of her friends Tin dinner was elegantly served in courses and the table decorated in lowers and ferns All enjoyec themselves Crockettsville L C Bowling had n corn hoe ng Saturday Mrs Granville Turner of Ca 100 attended church here Sunday Lei Strong and wife visited the amily of James Cornell Sunday Mrs Robert Deaton is recover ng from a long spell of sickness The infant child of Jep Combs died Inst Monday after n short illness I Gertie the littlo daughter of larry Baker who has been very sick is imprpving Pleas Turner went fishing Sat rday and caught a fine string Ine of them weighed t3t Ibs There will bo services at the resbytcrian church at this place the fourth SundRY in every month by Rev Harry S Murdochl 2fHt are invited 1 JI Breck Combs and Miss EiqDyl rlJ If 7 Riley both of this place wei c married lust Monday at the homo of the brides father Squire C Riloy Rev Asa Gilbert oflicii ting EMAUETII Rousseau Wo have n nico Sunday school here conducted by Miss Anfc n Green R lI MeQuinn and family iII leave Rousseau for Oklnhom about July 1st J M Risncr has bought out Ilarlen Strongs tie job nt Rons seau Mr Strong will move bac to Jackson The funerals of Nettie Jones nnd tho children of Anderson1 Cole iron willbo preached at tho Rou scau church Saturday and Sur day September 14th and 15th Daniel McIntosh will hold Her vices at tho Rousseau church tlw first and third Sundays in each month and nt T Combs school house August Oth nt 2 oclock and on Saturday and Sunday Augiu 10 and 11 at Stout Harveys end day nt 10 oclock If the pcopl desire him to preach at Buckhor on Monday August 12th ho wil gladly do so Jetts Creek Henry Mclntosh was at Boom ville on business Tuesday Anco McIntosh and wife nttcud cd church at this place Sunday Elisha and Eo Li Johnson nttem ed the lodge at Cane Creek Satin day night W M K and T J Terry at tended tho examination at Jacksc last week Breck Crawford bought flv head of cattle of Win Terry lasl Saturday Mrs Vlcy McTntosh and Seal Viers were at Lick Brunch on bus ness Sunday IIsaac Terry Sr of Turkey vi itcd his daughter Mrs John Ei I ans here Sunday Mrs 1Misha Johnson Sr cln f aco tho prize in this section fol the largest onions Dodge Bryant of Athol visile his fntlicrinlnw at this place from I Saturday until Monday Walter Little of Fincastle WIIS visiting his brother Elisha Littlf at this place last Sunday IThelc will bo preaching at Jells Creek school house the first Sntui j day and Sunday in July Ever body is cordially invited Mr and Mrs Paul Dcrthick of Jackson were the guests of J L Moore and wife and Paul Wood and wife from Saturday till Sun day During an electric storm last Thursday on IJr ants creek light ning struck and killed a mule be longing to Berb Yickers nndIt horse of John Fugates Vickor had been offered 200 for the mule The Baptist people here arc talk ing of building a church house There is not a greater necessity in any community than n good church house EILshii Johnon Sr oiiyi lie will give the ground and the timber and donate 100 Let sOllie one start tho ball to rolling and 1 think wo will get plenty of heir to erect a good comfortable house UNCLK JOSH Ned r Marion Campoll of Stacy bought if John Grigsby a young colt for so Edward P V Turner passed hero Monday on his way to Jack son Miss Maude Duff of Chavics was visiting Miss Salloy Grigsby n few days ago Mrs S S Roberts and Miss Sliza Grigsby of Lost Creek vise ted John Grigsby Sunday W M Allen and Mason Camp bell of Stacy und Will Lordy of lenefee county hue been at John Grigsbys for the past week Among the visitors at H C GlcenWattsFrances Luurrenna and Sally irigsby Ella and Louisa Camp bell Louisa Mattie Holly and Eliza Juno Nupior t Rov Grecnvjlle Stacy wjll hold iligious services at Meat r Sc ffold church at Stevenson on eUourth Saturday and Sunday 1 ach month j i I ftlf VU h DAMES AND DAUGHTERS MUle Melba Is n collector of old furnltui niul fnruly pnnsea through a town r nny slzo without making tho ronml of tho socoiitlhnnil ilenlew- Alrt ItiiRsell Sago has given tho St InulH Kplscopal rarochlnl society of Syraeuro 5000 for Its building fund Mrs SHRO was ouco n teacher In tho school Tho French Kovorninrnt has Intrust ed to Mine Itoureneo Fiedler of Ill rill n mission to make nit exhaustive In vostlRatlon Into tho social itnd Indus trial condition of women nnd children In America Ijidy CastlercaBh who holds flrst placo union modern ninnzoiiH Imw had the couratje of her opinions In the mat ter of riding tiHtrldo mill always hunts thnt way now bolus almost n pioneer Df this new movement Ijidy Henry KomerNOts retlrliiR from Ihif platform In to 1 time to duvotu to practical means or reformation I liellevo I can do mort Kood tlirouph Ibo Industrial coKmy nt Duxhurst In Sussex than by talking she remark ed recently An American woman Mr John Les lie fflinlllarly known ns Mrs Jack Leslie who was Lcunlo Illancho Je romo of New orkls unnlllclal ad visor In fashion and dress of the Duchess of ConnaUKht nnd Princess Patricia to tho former of whom nho Is lady In waiting Mrs Clare Heecher Knmmcr receives yearly almost as much royalty on her wing Dearlo ns Is paid to tho chair man of the Isthmian canal com III I Klnn She Is tho wlfo of a llaltlmoro banker a granddaughter of Lyman Ileoohor nnd a nllvo of Henry Wnnl lleivtier ond of Harriet Uwthir Stow The I Dodging I Perioda womans Ufo Is the name often Iof to change of life Your come at long Intervals anJ grow scantier until they stop The change lasts three or four years anJ causes much pain and suffering which can however o curcO by taking WINE OF CARDUI Womans Refuge In Distress it quickly relieves the pain nerv ousness Irritability mlscrablcness fainting dizziness hot and coU flashes weakness tired feeling etc CarJul will bring you safely through this doJglng perioJ and bulU up your strength for the rest of your life Try It You can get It at ajl druggists In tl 00 bottles EVERYTHING BUT DEATH I suTrreJ rlIM IrflnU RoMofl cjtivi on MJ unlll ltK klwJbl hKh currj me sa qukkly It mrpiiieii my ductur wtxi dUat know wu ukinc It W H Henderson AIr Strpet Ojip Po t Ofllse LEXINGTON KY DKALKU I- NGrain Seeds Feed Uheat Rye Barley Onti lOll Con Olover llmothy Millet KentucU Blue QraiB Orchard Gran Hungnrlur Hay Straw Hill Feed MAGAZINE READERS SUNSET MAGAZINE I beautifully illuitrititj cood itoriei ndAltic1u tbouJaliloroU uui all the Fw Wut- CAMERACRAFT devoted each month ta the u tUtla irproduction of the but woil o m lcur profeuioul photographeri Sl50 acu 100 a 1= I I KOAD OF A THOUSAND WONDERS I a book of 75 nazes IOcolored ph l II contininlItod picturetque Otcgoo ipoU ia Toul 325 All for ISO Addreu til order to SUNSET MAGAZINE Flood BuMnf Sin Frtneuco JAMESTO WN EXPOSITIONVIA ASHVILLE and the r lAND OF THE SKY With stopoverprivilc0esI Go one wayirreturn anI other delightful trip through tho pic turesque mountain country of North Carolina For illustrated tcrnturo rates and full informa tion write any pn senccr agent SOUTHERN RAILWAY 1 C II HUNGERFORD I Dist Pass 7Agent SVil J DAY BROSI =COMPANY=Wholesale and Retail 1 have the most complete stock of etU fflJ t1t if1 1r ljQt I tS Ever brought to jackson Consisting of j1jfJ ods fOJ I1y I eQffeI cdsf- t S J oes Wo have the iincst line 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 III could buy THE LATEST DESIGNS IN MILLINERY This Department is under the man 1 agement of Miss Margaret Basket who can show you 1 ohe vCatest Style lfats direct from New York City Also FASHIONABLE DRESS GOODS In all the Latest Patterns and weaves Fresh from the Eastern Markets If you need any House Furnishings or FURNITUREWe are the people you are looking for I I we have it by car loads to suit every body Come and see us our Ptries Q1r 1i9tI tl DAY BROS COMPANY Jack Qnj KentuckyII t r The Breathitt News Pttblb lied Every l CASH SUBSCRIPTIONSSI A YEA f J WISE HAG INS EDITOU t For Printing Phone 64 The News from now until Jan I90850cts Misses Edna nnti Uuth Hurst off Boxer arc visiting Mrs G W Fleenor r Mrs 1F Johnson of Hazard is visiting Mrs J B Marcum and other relatives here Robert McDaniel naming nn addition to his residence on cast Main street Mrs W J Ilecnor of Boyd Texas is visitintr her sons Judjr 0 W and S D Fleenor S D Fleenor left morning for u few days Kstill Springs for his TIcdaY Miss Emma Crawford turned from n visit to and stirs J S held nt Ashland Jcre M Noble who has been nl t Hamilton 0or somo time is here visiting relatives He will return in a few days The Fiscal Court wits in session Thursday and Friday to pass on the construction of tho now Quick sand bridge which has just been completed U A Hurst is making some ex tensive repairs on the houso ho purchasedof S B Stidham or the Heights He will soon move his family to it Miss Margaret Crawford and Mrs A H Patton wore shopping t in Lexington the lirst of the week On their return they topped in Winchester to visit Mr and Mrs Noah Hose + The News has been going into more than 1200 homes for u long time It goes into L201 homes this week Those who are not already subscribers can get it till January 1st 190S for tlc Noah Peters who hits been liv lug at Clay Hole for the past two years took his wife to Hunting ton WV Va for treatment They will make their home with one of their sons in that city till Mrs Peters recovers her health- Chester Back who has been in the army for the past three years returned home Wednesday His brother Calvin Back went to Lexington to meet him Chester is looking well which shows that Uncle Sam has taken good euro of him Ilezekinhnnd Miss Minlu Combs visited their old homo on Quick sendon Sunday where they at tended Sunday school conducted by Miss llattio C Krnul They have services there every Sunday at 2lO p in and every ono who can Rhouldnttcnd On tho first day of September it being Sunday religious services will bo held by Revs Greenville M D Stacy fames Hud 1Stncand others at a point where a was fought luring the late r war near where Rev Stephen I Stephen Carpenter now lives We nro going lo support tho Republican ticket this fall because we believe if to bo to the best ill lercsls of the people of Kentucky to have that ticket elected We will from time to lime give our reasons for that belief If you are not already a subscriber we isle you to send us f 0 cents and get The News to January 1st The Court of Appeals has reversed the judgment of the Clark circuit court in tho disbarment proceedings against Judge W M I Beckner arid has ordered tho court to dismiss the case SpecialkT4udge W 0 Harris tried t ease 111 10 lower court and adjudged that Judge Beckncr bo suspended from t practice for two years Judge Benton of the Clark circuit court allowed tho Judge to continuo his practice pending tho appeal e Last Thursday there arrived at Elkatawft from Atlanta Ga two i4 young lady missionaries Misses Clemina Patton and Bessie Fink l On Friday they went to their posts of duty Miss Pa Won to Chenowco and MUs Fink to Reeves at the mouth of Cano Creek Next Sunday morning Preacher Evan It Evans will conduct a service at Miss Pattons mission station a i1i Chenowco school house and in the evening at 3 oclock at Miss Iin1- sl station at the Bowman school- houseI below tho mouth of Cane Creek All are most cordially in to attendtheae meetings J I 11 C A Little Printers Ink A Makes Millions J- ThinkThinkThink 1 r More truth than poot ry A little Printers Ink prints n little advertise flout in a littlo maga zinc that circulates at a littlo price and goes into a million little homes chiefly in the little cities and towns and country places The millions of pcopln in theseI homes are caused by the Printers Ink to think that they can get big bargains for their money by sending it away by mull order lug the things advertised by tho little pinchof Printers Ink Sometime when they receive the stuff they order by mail they have another Think coming They think What fools wo mortals be and apply the Think to themselves And sometimes sonic of them think something like this Wonder why Mister Man our Iccal dealer in many things we need doesnt advertise these things in our local paper Maybe if he did we wouldnt be tempted to send to the big city for these same things If we were sure we could buy them at home for abcut the same price and have a chance to see the goods before taking we think wed prefer to buy thOrn at home Xow Jlistcr JIan what do you think think think CONCLUSION THERES PLENTY OF PRINTERS INK IN THIS NEWSPAPER SHOP if1 ADVERTISED LETTERS Remaining Uncalled for In Jackson Postofficc List of letters remaining unclaimed in the Jackson posloflicc for tho weekending Juno 28 1907 and sent to the Dead Letter Oilico nt Washington D C for the weekending July 12 1907 A Harry Adkins BCara Back P S Butler C Nathan Cornell EErncst Edens PJim Pieman Henry Potter WMary Watson Persons calling for tho above mail will please say advertised D D Huitsr P M The News from now until Jan 11908 50 cts Rcdwine Defeated- J B Hannah was nominated for Circuit Judge in tho J2d district last Saturday over M M Hed wine by about 1000 majority Hannah carried Carter by about 500 Morgan 100 and Lawrence 250 Hedwinc carried Elliott by 120 This district was created by the last Legislature and the dear Gov appointed M M Red wino judge Marriage Licenses Tho following marriage licenses have been issued since our last publicationB of Stevenson and Miss Helen Bailey of Bays D B Morrison and Miss Sarah Graves both of Frozen Allen McIntosh and Miss Sn mantha Noble both of Noble A C Cope Jr of Jackson and Miss Eva Sowell of Frozen Alfred King and Miss Dora Tucker both of Hobbins NOTICE To S S Taulbce Judge of the Brcuthitt County Court and J Wise Hagins County Attorney of Breathitt County You will please take notice that on tho first Tuesday of July 1907 or on any subsequent day fixed by tho law to make application before tho Board of tho Prison Commissioners for tho State of Ken tucky 1 will make an application before said board for parole on Tuesday July 2 1907 or nt such tottake tho up 1007s JAMES PATTON jThe News from now until Jan I 1908 50 cts jIrI THE DREAMER LOST CitKKic KY Just JG EDITOR NKWS The Dreamer was aroused up from slumber some time ago and found that war had been declared on Leatherwood Lost Creek Troublesome and other places too numerous to mention Party No1 corn was attacked by Party No 2 burrs and nee tiles mild would have gained the day had it not been for two or three legions of men women and children with strong nerves and bravo hearts volunteered to help Party No 1 Party No2 has dwindled down to small companies The weapons used in tho battles with Mr and Mrs Burr and Needle were plow hoes nmla strong resolution Peace now reigns for the time between tho foregoing parties There is another war going on in our vicinity between the good people on one side and Din olus and his associates on tho other Wo are glad to say that the large Sunday school at this place fol lowed by preaching has given the devil a black eye several of his associates have been captured by Bro Drusllall and others We now have two other lady workers just from afar will give Fasto SunIday I for themselves a crown as Paul said not only for themselves but for all who will hear and obey Tim i DltKAMKK JOHN C EVERSOLE Candidate for Judge in 33d Judicial District The Hon John C Evcrsolo of the Booncvillo Bar is a candidate for CircuitJudge Ho is a man in the prime of life fortytwo years olda lawyer of excellent ability and varied experience He comes of ft family of lawyers and his fit ness for Circuit Judge and ability to fulfill the position can not uQ doubtcd by those who know him well lie is a life long Republican and an enthusiastic worker for his party and it would bo a great mis take for tho Republicans of the 33rd Judicial district to allow him to be defeated Ills father was major of tho HllKy Cavalry of Volunteers in Imo il Wear nndns killed in18Iis family nr Ro public ahsA p j I 1 1 f pPiiKo HOES f ARE FOR THE YOU 71 Theyre the Shoes you should call for if you Lwant to get comfort style and wear at a price Theyre built in specialty factories from the most carefully selected IJ materials over lasts that conform properly 1with the lines of the feet Tip- Bluchers Mens Patent Calf 3 to 4 50 i Ladies Heavy Shoes very thing V for country 165 to 1 85 All these goods are worth from 25 to 50 per cent than our prices per pa- irS 1 l s TAULBEE =j CHURCHIDecides Union Services The Baptist church bn vote of the congregation nt their mid week meeting decided not to join in the union Sunday evening services The vote was based on tho following reasons The shifting of services from to place disorganizes the regular cull rch work It greatly removes the responsibility of the church workers for it becomes every bodys work therefore no one is especially responsible Then an other reason is that their congre gation can not bo increased threefold and seated by any house in town Services anti Baptizing Subject of the Sunday morning discourse at the Baptist church will be The Soul Winning Church and tho evening discourse and Victory in Egypt Service at 11 a m and 780 p m Bump ti5n at 2 p m Everybody invited to attend these services P C Napier IT S D C T d Lakeville Ivy passed through Jackson Monday looking after tLo interest of Uncle Sams postollic dcimrtcmcnt hind caught one violator of the law and they hop they will get them Tile Man None of their will speak to them since their elopement Tho Girl They ought to be a very happy couple Iuek At Revised Mother may I KO out to skate Oh yes my llttlo 1etc Put on tho rotten stand up straight nut dont you mow your feet Dee Moines Itcclstcr Stop with Hart Bros at Reed Hotel when in Lexington FOR SALE A house and lot on Main street Lot 150 feet front and about i 00 feet deep with a good dwelling house of six rooms two halls front and buck porch and both room Lot set in nil kinds of fruit trees I will sell at a bargain WM BAILEY Jackson Kv Notice to Wool Growers I will take up wool ntIJ 11 Blakes store Saturday July 13 to be manufactured into cloth by the Phoenix Woolen Mills Lexington TCy Samples may be seen at J H Blakes store 840 11 S CIIAPM- ANOELEBRATI0N AT Cannel City JULY 4th Grand Celebration at Cannel City on the Fourth of July Cheap Crates on the 0 d K Railway USPECIAJL TRAIN K i Special train ayes Jackson at 730 a m i rett fling le fes1Cn l net City nt 53 P m t- All are invite to and enjoy thcwselye cone II rQo t y j tot 1sr 1i urL NOTE THE PRICES f Ladies 1 25 Ladies Tip Bluchers 1 50 Mens Vici Kid 2 252 50 50 wear really more prayer place Death They nil- Alone relatives Pat II r WHY YES YOU CAN Have your picture made I have a splendid camera together with an almost endless amount of patience and experience to make picturesDONT NEGLECT IT If you could know the sad stories we hear of Babys gone md no picture Have u likeness made w hilt you can My prices are pleasing I make a specialty of oulitiur scenes Call at tho News office or phono 64 and Ivill cheerfully attend to your wa- nHAYDENSIZEMORE I G W COLLEY I PROPRIETOR OF THEI I L1 E Hotel jHIGHLAND FOR NURSERY SMITHVILLE TENN All kinds of Fruit Trees Grapes Berries Etc for November dc livery == GO TO u F M MCCARTY FOlt STONEand BRICKWORK Moving and raising houses and all kinds of masonry work All work guaranteed 25Cm Jackson Kentucky HERE IT IS The exact piece of wellbuilt and gracefully design- edFURNITURE that will give a finishing touch to bediooms at odd and small prices sure to give a look of coziness to n dull corner Handsome bureaus san itary iron and brass beds an attractive stock that is well worth your attention Heros u chance to clip dollars down to the very middle in exchange for handsome furnitureLawn Swings and Hammocks JONES1 L13RN1TURE STORE Cor Court StreetI and College Ave Jackson Kentucky J 4 u 1r- t t i If j t 1 tl sf 11 c I p ftici Cut 8TSS- itlPltOPrUtE I JOll Waddingrasonts = BOWLS PITCHERS TQAIBLEHS WINK GLASSES SYRUP STANDS VASES PLATES ICE TUBS ETC I TICES FROI 500 to 50 NTZJJevelolI I LEXINGTON I A Full Litno of Wedding KYi Sliver nc Moderato Prices F = WATCHES I 1 35O 5 AND UPI S Silverware Silver Novelties ICut IA Glass RingsID ALL OF t lust= Class Jewelry i SI Dr FLEENOR JEWELER AND Of1TICI- ANJACKSONIUNTUCKY r R A CHILDERS WITH JOS G REED DRY GOODS CO PORTSMOUTH 0 Solicits the trade of tho mountain people lie will bo- AT JACKSON E1EitYro DAYSr postalSavewill save you money fob 1 ly m II m W M xEDcc cc W W P r j- m w EPtiJl J 1I I ct t Just receiveda full lineiii it I P1 which we guarantee PJ t t 1Pl1Pt d 0Plg t J longer and look better than 1tl t i an other paint made Call its l i4Ilnd sec color cards tfrid get 1 itsprices i i QWr ac son rUff o IJ fit f otoj o c o1w atet h 5ID no MnhJM r vtoocy Ar t w I You Will Get AlI Thats 1 j 1Qj 1 Corning to You rF f ==S= 0 FAKERYsl J qFIu our method of business for aytjrjr dollar-d t = u ll3 you got ono huuilrod cont3v lno in rt return i te xM 0ttz n i 0tgoodsrt t i t I M t STOREi 1 + tSoyogi can see for yourself +tlmts the surest way i fo is V f0 0 X3Lrawfom tti fF ol a trJACKSON KENTUCKY 3 Wi i I n lw n tZlk =W vhh lW H MwH tWiotJ t H i iii t 0-o t i Ytre fau jjProm9Jlssolr s i1 Sometimes its hard to con vince some people If you tare reasonable and apprecia i tive well be able to show you the excellence of o- urMonuments v a 4Wed like to talkover the uiouuuiiit question with you telling lou how much it will cost ana the cheapness RBSI8HELY MONUMENTS JAS SON KY I If IS i 1W 7MARRIAGE MEDAL Now In Vogue Itll Done In Silver or Some Precious Metal Now Its the mnrrlapo medal It Is not cnnfcrml hylnO society for the iiromotloii of tilt cOIIJII al tic lintbor nut those interest ed order the medals made The groom sires the medal to the bride or vice send It iw aversa or a friend mny jlft Of surer about two Inches In width the mnrrlngo modal la n novelty worth MAIUUAOE ilEDXli roPULAll IX YIU CE considering If exquisitely done It Is a French Idea and the man who orig mated It was for years connected with the Iarla mint Classic flsures ns n rule adorn the medal tbougU siTeehil designs may be ordered slowing tho Portraits of husband and wife On the other side there Is likely to be a laurel wreath together with the words Sou venlr do Manage the flute the names of the contracting parties and then some good wish such as Pros JletlllIUonhcur or the like Next summer one may expect the nugngemcnt medal Some girls might inriku an interesting collection of med nn These will no doubt be wreathed with forgctmcuots and adorned with cooing turtledoves hovering above a now nest E J llolnc who Introduced the Idea nlso tins a reputation for portraits on sliver In relief These tango from tho hl7e of a quarter to large panels and plaques THE MONOGRAM FAD Everything That Can Show a Name Dots So To the ultra fastidious the proclaim ing of ones Ideutiljr to the public by inians of monogram t t every artlclu of apparel and ndornnJont may appear to somewhat poor taste It Is the tasbI Ion of tho moment however nUll IIkoII other fads and fancies may be fled or exaggerated at ones own dis cretionKverythlng that cnn show an em broidered name duds BO and there are the dalntlost ilo lfns for underwear those In wulcli dowers appear being most liked Collars chew lseltos gloves the long chiffon scarfs the draped roll fan and even thu underdlecvmi when these are put Into a hand are hlM Inconspicuously lettered t For the purse card case nail pocket hoaks hero are initials and indiio e grams fljj also larger ones for larger articles ThcKQ inpnograms are made in gold silver JU metal and enamel They have tiny prongs ut tho back wlh which to attach them to the article as desired and at some places one may have boos own design made up by a trlfllnglncrease expense tinny n gift this year consisted of a set of Initials three sIzestwo of each nicely put up In a leather case ready to bo applied to desk pad engagement book traveling case or to any of the hun dred and ono articles for which they might be suitable Then there are the more expensive Jeweled monograms each letter consist Jag of solid stones A beautiful effect Is produced by one setter of turquoises another of topazes amt a third of bril liantsKnaracled letters are much less ex pcmlvo and for general use prettier A recent bride received us a glftVa set of six Initial plates They wore In RM nt tho threo letters belug made of sterling sliver Intwined with tiny bluet an l white enameled forgctmenots with rlitncstone centers Dimity For Little Miss r lmlty ever associated with the chll c tens wardrobe comes in especially JI test ns and colorings this season and Q tip In n simple model with a lace tuc5Te W Rsln K the plump little rack Is an Ideal fhtfc or gen oral wont weather wear X It launders so well too and thoMgu sheer is really durable A dnlntj little ilrtss seen recently In n shop was of pink dimity with a iliiywhlte tlsrure It had a full skirt taken Into the belt with groups of small side plaits tacku nod a hem being the finish on the hot turn The waist was a simple HUrpHcc ths front edges tucked na they met a V of fine nainsook Insertion sewed to gether with veining The licit was of flue nalnsook beadingtIii 1 with Irtnck vplvot anti tho Iialidyconlluing the puff sleeves conesjwnifad In warm weather time jhjjujl yobo conk 00 removed and the k prould ta decidcilly pretty and comfdftablc Jj rv tw Becoming Mourning 1 iFlUous In mourning lithe under ru a very great cLaiiserriinte e tae wi nlo ul ImproveuicntH tliathaVe In iimadftiln crape In the llrl jilare It sjj n successfully waterjfroofid iiiil HO longer expensive weatr lu z the oCt llnlsh crape Is particular ly v ell adapted tu the plcturgarjuo and ar Me pawns of the prosmiKrtny In rtoud of the gowns l clng trimmed with fwhlfi aiiift volants tif crape this sea n H ntlre empire anti empress gowns Mill lie worn of this soft and graceful CfoIP 1 rCuretIleiimrrnagcti of Lump jSeveral years jlnce my lunge apre orii4illy affected that I had many ffhctutiriliaKei yrrlte A M Ake of ft Vuul IndX took treatment With I neVentr phyticUrf without any benefit 0a I then ilarted io take Xoleyn Honey mid Tar and my kin Fare now at wound at n bullet I recftnmend It In advanced stages off Jirijc trouble Pblprjr Money afl Vfr stops tlm enti fI huli aimsL litres and pre VPfita Xefiou T0iuti frbm II oaltU 1 tpluo 1llbEdlsiee imkf nDrug Ce 1St i I l j U FINLANDS NEW WOMENI Some of Them Now Sit ai Deputies In the National Diet Strange us It mayseem Finland which Is In the domain of the czar grants women greater participation In government than they enjoy even In Unglaml or the United States Time siilTinRettos as they hnvo been term ed have been knocking loudly at the door of the house of commons in Kng land only to Iw turned away with more or loss lack of ceremony stud some of them have been arrested for illtttnrblng the Hace while engaged In of rattle auln leKlns the strongholds thority In Finland despite the tact Unit the govurnmeut is quite autocratic till women have smieedoii In pnlnliiK ndmlssloii to the irarllameiit xvhlih U there called tin diet Settle of the Kin MISS To UAnUAN nlsh women who hate n od In moreinents for Iliihlsblnulloiiallly mill liberty have been rewarded by banish meat to Siberia Novnrtelcss the czar government lies IOOSUIUM I the reins to tho extent of pcrnfilOng wo mucus to sit In the dint In the irampalgii ornaflouaiity and perpetuation of FJhriUh lustltutlons und customs the women Idlscd funds needed for patriotic limitation spread pamphlets ami tcJrculrfw o take till ploce of the gagged or IIPllrCI Ill press pad hOI tcre up ILue eounige or husbands btis a mil brothers This work socinjd to ULvclop In them the desire tolexerclse ihe suffrage Try to helleyo Ifflwltlu nnhversnl uLoatsuffragelikely o obtain uiidjiriserve is HUyr tics Thtro yto61a wnninii depalle tin time prweifi One of the most promliujnt of theta Is Mss Lr Hag iinun Tie others arts Miss Dngmar- Horvlns Mrs Alexandra rlpynb irg Sire Minna Slllaugva fluid tits lied wig Uebbardei THE METROPOLITAN ANTONIUS r Greek Church Functionary In Russia Who Is Friend pf Douma Attordlns to Uttors written by the lain Cnnstantluu rulieilonostxefT procu rator general of flue Uusslim holy synod It wits this religions functionary who prcvctttieil the bite IJippror Alex atuliT III from grunting a coiislltntloii to Russia Rat Is tluud nnd time most InCiicntlnl personligc in the IuNlan church stow Is AnliUilus melropolltHii of St INtcrsburg who Is I described its a strong friend of thus dounm It is spit that iso has bunt every effort to proventfl lin iU lietwncn time czar and the doiiinu IlIItJU thwart Ibo designs of the rtaitiuiinry party til court lie IIIIH Ixuii chimictcrlcd us olio tit till great rumen of the Itiisulti of today and because of hU rsouullty ME ANTOxIUe NlnlftMTAfand his church rXtr rises u tho miljiuror It was he who stoAd h the czar ul lOu rciiioiiy of thetlesslug of the Nova ivheu the liiiftsliifi monarch so narrow lv vsciiped Uislllff his lire Ill Is said tit lead list party lit reform In the Itusslaii church nud It was lu part OJ IntliiHiicu which led lo the proclaim tlou of religious liberty lu Kusslu by the euiieror decree Wellesley Float Day At the colleges there ure ninny foa lures of comuiencoiiient week bosldeSt the conventional baccalaureate sermon on Sunday and the bestowul of degrees OH soiao HUPiecding week tiny Thfso time honored Institutions rciniiln butt the programme IM varied bv other one lluns of ton of lighter surd sometimes of more hihirlouM natiini Customs ul lifer jut dirTiTRUt colleges but nt thoso at tended by women at lent tliern arc Hiiro to bo beautiful mind pIctmoNouif scemmut thlM tIme One of tliuiTcttlcst of such fiiiutkms Is tfoat Uqy ut Wollesloy on lake Wnluui A prlzo Is awarded to tlio orow winch handles the ours luoiltrnlCfuJf1Ioitilll nofigH float over tho water at nl thert Is a grand display of fireworks Pesslfniitie Marrtacc is a problem Thats difficult to facet At best u doubtful heaven At wont tho other place The motives that Inspire It Are more or less complex Chief among them Is the bunch Of fools In either sex Chicago News ou feel thdheed eta pill take I I i ltille u 1t111 b rM1 UUUE WEDDINGS IN VOGUE Many June Bridesmaids Will Carry Forgctmenots Thero hnsiof Tale iMien n tendency to bmnch out n little from prescribed Hues for wedding decorations nnd now that white satin is no longer Indis pensable for the bride one looks Involuntarily for other amid jterhnps more startling clumgcs- In color schemes many recent brides seemed to here realized nt last the IH S slbllltles of blue as the prevailing tone In the wedding procession Korgotme uots are particularly beautiful in early June and no prettier effect can lie imagined than brldesmnldH In sheer white frocks carrying hat baskets of forgetmenots tied with blue satin rib bon They might wear leghorn hats trimmed with forgetmenots timid smell pink rosebuds or lingerie tints if pre erred Tho sashes may IMS blue In this case n pretty variation would Ina to have the maid of honor dressed in a blue chiffon nnd carry n hunch of pale pink roses or n bunch of white lilacs or peonies Again nil tho bridesmaids may wear blue It tho solid Flue does not semi desirable blue marquisette or net over white taffeta foundations gives n paler shade In this case the lowers should lot white as for Instance white lIce nies or roses The maid of honor In this case misht wear n white frocU made exactly HUo the others nnd carry the forgitmenoU For early summer weddings flower trimmed hats scorn very appropriate for bridesmaids but long ostrich feath ers will still he worn For the blue wedding Just spoken of white leghorn picture hats with long shoulder length blue ostrich feathers would be most attractive r fl Will Cure Consumption A A Ilerren Finch Ark writes Folevs honey and Tar U the best preparation for conclii colds and lung trouble I know that It Las cured con sumption In the first stages You never heard of nny slums using KoleyV Honey and Tar and nut leln satistled Jackson Drug Cu- Couldnt Go the Payee A young lady vlio wrote her name Grayc As a summer girl entered the rayce But site tailed to win Cauno she was BO thin And besides she hadnt tho fayro Chicago News Aint It the Truth SheThe umlaut who mnrrles for moil py lf n tool He Hp certainly 1 sunlo i lie gets ft in advance Ht Tents Itt t+ Pls patch Bert Barber of ICIton WI says I have only taken four doses or your Kidney and lUndder Piliullll the have dune for me more than any olier inedlcino has ever done IBm still Inking the pllla ai I want a perfect sure Mr UMber refers to DeWittf Kidney nnd madder Pills which sure uneqiiiiled fur Backache weak kid lays Infliunmatlon of the Ulndder and ill urinary trouble A weeks treatment for 25c Sold by Jaokson Drug Cu- N Discouraging +e Dont yon know Inc I hope notNpw York Llfp One on Him You carry a vanity box I hear He said wJlh a grinning phiz Rave him a buffet that burned his ear- it11 do air she said There It IsPuck lv R Wrdof Dyeribiirg Tenn writei This Is to oerllfy that I slave jjscd Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup for Chronic constipation and It has proven Without a doubt to be a thorough practical remedy for thin trouble and it is with pleasure I offer my conscien tWill reference1 Jackson Drug Co A Difference ShQnromlsei to love and obey Hut ere a morth had flown Her husband didnt even dare To call Ilia soul his own Detroit Tribune At Cambridge Did make the crew No J didtittlnvfe te pIIHrrllleo ton Tiger The Wins pfUve limo otthey My ray dr tri P4 I true 1 nySot Philadelphia Press Fur tcrntclips burns elite Insect bites and the ninny Httlo hrh roamer to every family DeWllln Cuilml ized Witch HazelSslve In the b remedy It is soothing cooling cewn red healing Do sure you Rst De Wlttd Sold by Jackson Drug 0u Appropriate Pld you lilnt nutting party Wo tumid Just a cracking IfOQd tftgr r JJaltlmoro American A man who Is In perfect health so cm do an honest days work when necessary hiss much fir which he should be thankful Mr L 0 Rodgers of liraiichtun Pa writes that he was not only unable towUIk but he couldnt stoop over to tie tare own shoes Sir bottles ofFuleys Kidney Cure made n new man of him lie pays Success to Foleys Kidney Cure Juckgon Drug Cu At the Seaside Bal Bay 81 whats them ropes tO- ttnI reckon to keep the ocean tide on Sal Columbia Jester Oratorical Chances lie made a spccli with wisdom filled The public somehow wasnt thrilled Again some idle phrase he dropped And then the chatter never stopped Washington Star If you will make Inqutrf nj will be a I succuifoform or another It the patlentVuVrij beyond medical aid Folayi j dIsappointnJsokson 4knrdtlJ wl IN VOGUE New Wrinkles In Neckwear For lime Summer Girl High stiff collars with natty equally stilt cruvats are the proper throat fnlsh to washable blouses nt the pros- t nt moment Itnehlngs anti plain col i irs with n ypomlng magic have van idicd from view The collar nru WHAT w WOIIN much cmbroldercil trod to be absolute ly correct the bow must K of utntorl nl that will launder French hand work Is semi In time em broidered edge of No 1 tho collar IIC lag of a line linen The tie is of tine lawn having n txirdcr of graduated dots In delicate punk The supplementary plaited front does service on various blouses This deep collar is of heavy listen while tlio tow Is It porky one of organdie Eyelet embroidery Is the feature of Uie third part uf eolith cuffs and low The latter is n tiny slipper af ttlr of hour blue satin Lucid In place by a bar pin IJnrtly Mixed Up Abraham Hrown of Winterton N Y hall n very remarkable experience he + Irs Doctors rot badly mixed up over me one said heart disease two called It kidney trnuliln the fourth blond poison end tho fifth stoamach stud liver trouble but none of them helped me so my wire lid Ied trvliR Electric Hitters which are res rtIIIIH to perfect health One bottle did me mars good than nil three live doctor prescribed Guaranteed to cme blood ufdti weakness and all stomach aver and kidney complaint Sold bj Jackson Drug Go price fQa 1 wBee Hives It Is cnkiiI teat that HuroiK Iud Amcrlm have Imtweon thorn about 50COCCO hives of honeybcoa Britain Britain was known to tUo Phoonl clans us I5aratAnnu or the laud of llu As fir bitch us thytwr 1037 It C oino 500 yenrs afterward time Island was alluded to by tho Itomnns under the name of Itrltaunla which subse quently beenine shortened Into Britain All stomach troubles are quickly re lived by taking a little Kodol after each meal Kudol goes directly to the seat uf the trouble strengthens Ihn digestive Juices and digests what you eat It Is a simple ocean pure harm less remedy Dont neglect your stom ach Take a little Kodol lifter each meal and see how good It maker you feel Money back if It fails Sold by Juclcson Drug On Old Roman Women a Iliopg the Human women n tOile ported there was a morbid ambition to grow boards and they used to shave their faces and smear them with un guents to produce these inappropriate appendages Cicero tells us that at one time to such an extent did tho ninnln fop bcqrds grow upon womun jjint U vin fpnni desirable tQ piss It- IRW pgahist the adornmpnt A Lesson lu Health Healthy kidneys filter the Impurltio from the blood and unless they dn this god health 14 impossible Ioleju Kidney Cure makes sound IddnejH and will positively cure all tarsus of kidney and bladder dlseane It strengthens the tytiulu system Jaclfim Drug Oil What Came Up- I planted HOIIIII grass seeds In the front yard and what do you suppose rattle up ftcrnsrtr Nope What then A lot of hhilK came up and ate flat leed Cleveland Plain Dealer A JJJingeioiis piilficlc that somollines teriitlnntes fatall ir the stoppage or liver and bowel func tlons To quickly end this condition witlnit dioaRieeiible sensations Dr Kings New life pll hotid nlivnys be your remwlr Uuaranteed absolutely satisfactory nvery case or Homey back- S lid by Jackson Drug Co price 25c Oblivious Good night situ alRhiHl and yet onoe moro Good nlRlit Ho crloil Adloul Tho parlor dock struck one beforo limo light of time struck lwoICatholic Standard I Wanted a Hot Time ClarpneeWh1 do you call that glrj Ilaui- plIerbgrtBecpuno she burns up sol JlHoPptrolt Fred Press rThere Is no case of Indigestion no matter how Irritable or how obejlimte that wilt be speedily relieved by th- ule ol Kodol The stain factor In curing time stomachs ofany disorder if rest and the only way to get rest Isto actually digest the food for the itom aoh Itself Kodol will do It It It u ketllbleIooldt contalnlogkthe very same juices iuncl ln u he lliy stomach It con Dr191utl f 1 1r r I FOLEYS KBNEY CURE WILL CURE YOU of any case of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medi DoInothing gained by delay SOc and 100 Bottles REFUSE SUBSTITUTES TAGKSON DRUG GO Animal Oddities A spider eau live ten mouths without food Cattle cud sheep will not fatten alone They tnuxt feed In company The youth of the comlor an time only birds which remain In the nest unable to lly for a wholo twolvuuionth Ostriches have the Ktvntost contempt for Knlllrs summit IIottentotH and attack Ihotn much aunt readily than they do while men A Real ViiniUirlatiil South Dakota with Ida rich silver mine bonanza farms width ranges lid strange uutnrnl forinnticn 14 A verltnbln woiulerlntid Al Mound City In the Innne nf Mrs K n Glapp t wonderful souse of healing luau Inleli oceiirred Ilnr inn seethed near death with lung nnd throat trouble Exhausting couchlnc pellIICClfflll + very live minutes write Mrs Glapp when I begin giving Dr King K New Discovery the great Medicine that aved his life suit completely cured hits iiinrnnteed for coughs and T dds throat nnd lung troubles old by Inckfou Drug 0i tOe and 1100 Trial bottle free 1FLOWER AND TREE Cork Imrk Is worthtas till thin cork tree Is fifty yeure old I Syrlmi Uilmem has leant nicotine than nny other Virginian Las moat till percentage In the latter rising to T per cent i It IOllt nf the maxims of suceowful I plant growing that cuitlrntloit without watering U l etur than wnttting with slat CUlthltUOIIione able of plants A willow sarltrh stuck I In tho wet srouiul will almost Invaria I bly take root aud heroine n use Thniugh their leave and stems plants breathe air Just as dn animal A young plant Is 75 Per cent water nnd most of tho nest carbon which the plant lusts extracted from the air A prompt pleiitntit Rood remedy fur con nil and colds Is Kennedys InxtilvH Coughs Syrup It especially fcominf nileil for babies aid children but good fur every member of the fam ily It coiialns no opltutus and does nut oon tliattt Contains hooey and tar and tastes nearly as good as couple syrup Children like It Sold by Jack son Drug Co flro Extinguishers Tliu first successful lire oxtlngulshcr mm Invonteil anti operated by one T riillll a of1 LoiHlou In the year ISm This npimrntus whllo n succors nt put ling out fires was commercially a tall era Hunts CJoutl Advloo Woolevur one nf time best IOJmernhanU uf LH Hnvsvile N V says slf you are ever troubled with plies iipply Hicldens fcalve It cured mo of them fir good 20 year ago Cures every sure wound burn T hbrnslnn price 2Ce Sold by the fnckson Drug Co- Mannixh Clfli f YQlUttpn- t tTn be n brie acH inalden plan Ami k SMsn da twat she tan y min It she onnnot II n mana thus strives to I n man Plaladelphia Iso Reduced Rates vIc- sQUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE r- ON TrIg 1ST AND BUD TUESDAYS OF EAGIC MONTH 10 MANY POINTS SOUTH mot I Winter TOllri t Tickets returningtillFor i jrtlculftrsvwrlto n c KING c P 8 T A Lexington Icy 4 RAILROAD TIME TABLES I LE RAILWAY V1NTUU TIM13 TA15I I- 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