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rn OOLLECTIONS A SPEOIAL TVhllZ552Z52rd 55 v ScSaS t Ie f 0 l 1J BREATHITTtQOJTY NEWS u 2 J i I VIEOPERICULO j 11V SHXATOlt IJHNJ 8KWKIT I am not tho ollicial spokesmai of the Republican party in Ken lucky and have no authority to speak for tho Republican candt dates for ollico But I am a Re publican I am a citien 1 am 1- Kcntuokian and have a right to express my views and let the plO plo take them for what they are worth 1am not n candidate forI any oilice+ but if I were I would not bo too cowardly to express my viQvrsVfltul they would bo tho same ad I have now o Usually my mind is too exten sively engaged to pay to tho pestiferous pukeys wearing the black garb of piticheflponchcd politicians lam writing a boo1 LThe Ciisscr and butfor a little recreation in tho sidcliclds of in tellectuality l would not allow the wailing voice of the prancing poli tician to disturb mo in mv pleas nnt dreams for n better and greater Kentucky o I road a few days since a neat len panuy paper It was well seasoned with hot slop nod slush slosh and in its stink holi s time cronkinj of the warty green frogs could be hoard its columns had time stink of tho polecat and on its pages was tjic rouch hake ot its weekly bu7nrd lhat would rather feast on oflieo pie than hard luck nnd sow belly rind Bceklutm brandy Yes one of thp greeneyed jumpers spawned ofT tho following pertinent questions in a seriousness and asked kV E Willson the Republican candidate for Governor to answer thorn I If elected Governor would you portion tho aiaassins of Gov ernor GoebeliS Vnnhl vmi in the fstcnof thQYtmt1tlt gOrlprt Ilntf It refused to plodjo your party to the closing of saloons on Sunday enforce the Sunday closing laws 3 How ninny times have you opposed the nominees of your own party t Gee whiz 3 These questions are whoppers but they aro not now onos I am not the candidate for Governor but speaking for myself 1 would not be in favor of pardoning the assassins of the un snintcd Bill Gocbcl Neither am I in favor of making such juts tions an issue more than thQ par Boning of other men convicted of- killingsome useless little scamp 1 do not know the assassins of Bill Gocbel but when found and proven guilty by the testimony of unbribedwitnesses in a court of justice they should have time pen altics of the law meted out to them in the same spirit of fairness and evenhanded justice that are given to other assassins not because they killed Bill Goobol but because their act was murder and they should suitor the penalties as other criminals do o The crime for killing Bill Gee bel is no graver and the penalty no severer under the law thin for killing Billy and those charged for their killing should be treated exnctlfililc If it is right to donate 100000 of blood money to prosecute and persecute tho assassin of Bill Goebel an equal amount should be appropria ted to prosecute the murderer of Bill Sockwad or perchance the assassins of James Cockrill Dr Cox and Iiunes B Marcum If it is justice for a Democratic Governor to a Democratic judge to preside over tho trials of Democratic assassins and a Democratic jury to sit in judgment on tho case and this happened in Leo county where threefourths of tho population arc Republicans and then later on for the Democratic judge ignore the representatives of tho Common wealth anti fail to remand or con tinue the case upon tho presump tion that tho roads later on would hot bad and tho Commonwealths witnesses would not be present and then for the Democratic judge to give nn interview and slander J t 1 rr w l i I the representatives oftlle Com monwealth by saying fused to prosecute + 111 tThIrestrutting the jury Lhnt over the protest of the to lind the defer lint not Iguiltywell if limonoeratic I party is going to be that hard on assassins lv want to Jno tinj Democratic party and DO a mom CenIt I tion Dont you Lonny Then if I wanted to hppronc i one of Eves blushing beauties for the purpose of having illegIsexual intercourse and she got insulted and refused and turnet to flee from my hellish dcsircI would jiss out with my famous mug nilicent fortyfour and shoot her in the back dead and then get n trial in a mock court arm have a jury fimlniG guilty atjdsend me to the penitentiary forMlfe where- I would pleasantly hold down a soft snap for n few years and then- I would have Jim IIn is write the beloved and gallantTittle lacy Blue Governor the following epis tie Dear Gov I you as dear because H1lne been dear to me and I have boon Mom to you luoas I dam please You need not worry about Brcntliitt countyjif tt hoys fail to vote cleaQ tye Hjssurcj Unit the count will uivovdiiiiroUiiting ma jgrity anyway Nocdoar 1 Want to aska vor lien OW9Pili only chnrgctltwith killing a woman by shooting 4lier in the back because she wotiIInot con sent to throw away her virtue und her womanhood anil his disap pointment was so scat that ho was provoked to do the act He is a good Democrat 1 one of my IIO Sand I want him pardoned Yours on Command T thuiIargbu 0 Thi is o mf tl C Ir 1 f nrr o s lflfifOfiV lii4tBl t clrVorby tho present Chief Executive of Kentucky If I were Governor I would think it more honorable to pardon the assassins of Bill Goebel than I would to pardon u man for imirderintf an innocent woman be cause she refused to submit to his brutish desires Now what say you Lonny 1 0 Tills pardoning talk is the data der of the peaheaded politicians I only mention such in necessary selfdefensCi in response to the tommyrot questions being pro pounded by the inkslinyers of the State In the cnso above referred to the Governor may have been imposed upon by his friends and did not investigate before making the pardon But there is no need to inject politics into this or that pardon lie who does so insults the intelligence of the people and tho party that does so i3 morn lit for prison stripes than it is for the purple robes of ofiiciuluu thority- Q Now in regard to tho second question wquld you enforce the Sunday closing laws in view of the fact that your partys platform is silent on the matter Tho question is false on its yface The Republican platfqrm is not silent on the question Iu it the party itself to the enforcement of all tho laws in the Statutes No certain violations picked out for certain vengeance it is true and therein lies the golden egg of Re publican statesmanship mid He publican wisdom mid common sense Partiality in tho enforcement of the laws has been Ken tuckys besetting sin No one violation should bo picked out for tlio vengeance of prosecutors but nil violations should bo pickedout for such by the prosecutors of the law All law break ers alike whether they be Sabbath breakers or man killers should have tho penalties indicted upon them as made and provided in such cases And this is exactly tho kind of treatment tho Repub licans of Kentucky promise the law breakers MQW Tho third quostionlbut is not it a stinger How many times have a s- a you opposed tho nominees of your whetheribolting business or not I hopo he Imi t and I thin Inm a good RepubliI can Those who know mo callI me tux fire and brimstone and the hot pepper of Republicanism but I too not deserve tho compliment if it is an unpardonable sin in politic to do a little bolting Sup port tho nominees right or wrong I am not built of that kind of stuff Lonny nnd I know VilUon is not He who votes er straight for the sake of regularity know lug tho nominees to be rascals and their cause unjust ought to be disfranchised and his tobacco taken away from him Hu who has not courage enough to exercise inde pendence in tho face of such a crisis is unlit to be dog pelteror much less Governor of Kentucky But for failing to support the nominees the State of Pennsyl vania today would bo hotter than hell as the hotbed of boodlo and graft but for a little bolting the State of Missouri would be the mccca nnd Grctna Green for bood lers and grafters 0 Governmental wrongs graft and corruption are righted by those who have the courage find manhood to do a little bolting Great reforms that tell for tho good of tho people are brought about by men of backbone and in dependence those worthy the right of suffrage No party is perfectI enough to always select worthy candidates 0 So if Willson has done n little bolting I think more of him titan evei Kentucky needs n Governor who has backbone and moral courage about him Kentucky needs a Governor that will slap IcjfcjJtirty hart in the face if it toor wrong a Govqrnor that mil rs not mdnSS1st t urnc4 ir counsel and advise and uphold his party in wrongdoing Willson is the nlan isnt he Lonny Campion Ky August 1 1907 meeting at Chenowee Beginning on Thursday night August 1st there will bo a Meeting held at the Chenowee schoolhouse at Elkatawa conducted by 1cr1 G Patton D Dof Dc catur Ga Everyone is most cordially invited to attend the servi ces which will bo held morning and night for a week or ten days NOTICE To the HonoTable County Judge and Attorney of Breathitt Coun tv Ky- I will on August Gth 1007 apply to the Board of Prison Commis sioners for n parolo from imprisonment in the State Penitentiary where I am now under a life sentence charged with murder Judgment in Breathitt Circuit Court Juno tern1100L- 1espectfully J FAUMKU GIMIHKT July ISth 107 Stop with Hart Bros at Reed Hotel when in Lexington NOTICE The Hoard of Trustees of tho town of Jackson Kentucky will- receive hlie bids on August filli tinItric light plant in the town of Jack son Kentucky with tho right to occupy the streets of said town nnd use them for the purpose of maintaining the necessary apparatus to conduct said light and will award said privilege to the highest and best bidder torn period of twenty years The bidder bo required to state the highest price perlight that will be to tho citizens of the town Said bids will be received at the atlice of T P Cmdwell Jr in the town of Jackson Ky at tho hour of 8 oclock in evening on said 5 Jay of August at which place and time said Board of Trustees will attend for time purpose herein stated The right is to reject any andall bids Given under our hands this tho 3rd day of July 1907 It T DAVIS Chairman M S CIIAIS Clerk I u tai Ij r s 1 hEr 1yL J r iJ Sl Ilijh Lae cst Circulation i ANY PAPER IN THIS SECTION t Editor KwsI1 ADVANOK lor and nione Portland attention political Sockwad appoint Breathitt wealth pledges vengeance rendered franchise charged reserved 0The Louisville Herald to Award 10000 in Prizes Monday July 1 The Loulgvllt nyS- unday and Wly lluriltj liauurii d a c iiti wt which JiOooo ia prlieg wJ fe nwarCed the Women at 11lucky and IrdUnj r le plan ndfncd trwarding hc ptlzfn it the fat cjn IoU elrment of col CIanco1or calms Irij ta planeThe cllmroalHTI conducttuHrethn81 11mI fsn and every woman nhnft h raM wlU have m equal oprnrnrl v t i ra first pMae whether e1a fflc In nilivlllo or a town of much maker size This Prlsel Tho prizes ofteroJ by The ITorflbl are tho moat literal ever g vcn away by any newspaper In the South TIio cnpltit prize of tho S1AMO contest U tl500 In cash This large onjrunt of money who bo given to the womn who secures the larRwt nun tr of VIPB in the cntro contest rcKirdlaj of dlrtrlct limltatlora As tho contort tuna but ulno weeks tho winner of U IB rrtan vil earn J1GCC3 per weep for nine vovks- TleiUlcft the cnplUtl prize there are two other grand nrlien coMlris of two H 7 model aulonr f of these mt chinO la a trnid IV incur purchased direct from ti f 1 tnt tho express rhoUorudaIs a flMwiool esr i vfiluM nt J850 brand new with r vy ircxlortt Improve ment bncrwJ by t a muiufncturen and the local ngert O to of the o machines will ma awns ed to a candidate in LouIs rill Itte oter to a candldito realdlnir n Kentucky or Indiana onutdo of oulivtllo The cond dae who securest the target number of fld nf 1 two nutomchlle wnner will be chen tlolce of the ma chine twentyflvodletrlcsprac T1 first prize In cavil district will bo a freo trip through the Esutorn Stales InrliiJIntr tibe to New York At tsntlo Cliy Iltlltaelphta lullmorWarUInron Norfolk ard the Jamestown Cxpoltlrn Every cent of the xpene f the twintyflvo taurit from the time they have home untl they return will jl barite by The Ilernd One of these free trips will then be warded to the candidate In each one of i e twentyfive dlatrlot who secure the parJatlsrodod onndlitr In ere dlntrlrt has no ring teiat ncv r upon the number of votes ccnid d candidates In other compotlIftrace an opportunity to win GIRL AND GOSSIP And now the Rummer GIrl fills on The scone With smiling fact and Incidentally Some dainty and bewildering IIngerlo And pretty gowns pink heliotrope and green And blue and all the hades that so be tWMII All through the lay sho wIelds a won dmua power On tennis court thoUathlns beach and lawn And sap young men Improve the shining hour Vo to hatesge ao the chance fategt a ttje utalil0n rnhtF1ee And though full many a covert glance doth warn She counts her oonquosts ono and two nod three llohold the caMlp ps she sits and knits And tears lint poor Bids morals Into bits Laurana W Sheldon In New York Times A Safeguard First IleggnrWitats that paper J youve got- Second Ucssiir Ilst of places where theres n luck of workmen First lleggar You crazy We wont I RO near such ponces Second llcpRar Chump Thais why I got It Fllcsoiiilo Itlnttcr She Knew a Cocktail Lieutenant II just arrived from duty In tho IlilllpplnoH cunio eastward to New York with his wife picking up en route their twelveyear old daughter Who had boeu loft with a friend during tholr absence Tho little one had milieu asleep nml as the train was neuritis the Grand Central station her parents foil to discussing the hotel iincstion Well ns we shall only remain ono night said Mrs R I vote for the Manhattan The couple wore suddenly electrified by tholr little girls sitting up and In drowsy tones Inquiring Oh mamma may I have the cherry Philadelphia Ledger The Stolen Ham A darky was walking along South street Philadelphia carrying n largo hate on his shonldcr when he wax ac costed by a big policeman who ex claimed grnllly Say there you black rascal where did you got that haniV Tho dnrky looked around and seem lag to bo very much surprised at his possession of tho ham said Who put dnt ero ham on malt shoulder Judges Library Real Stop Watch Kohl on there shouted the old farmer looking nt his watch Yeou be violating the speed laws of this caounty What do you know about our speed retorted the angry chauffeur You havent a stop watch Havent a stop watch Why by gum this watch stops every two or three minutes Only paid SO cents for It nclBborChlcaffo News I Th Honl1 nn l tVrd prizes In each ono ut tin tw iiiyttvo districts are a gold welch ir l business college scholar ship In Hie order named These prizes are In keeping wt h thp main awards and thoau whi svuif fio ocomlnry pre mum mat test assured that tiny have got IoU value fur tho effort put forth In tito contest How to Enter the Race All that 1s necessary to enter The Heralds contest la to send your tame and nddrmui to tho manager of the Con Department together with thonames of one or two nIUbB parties who live in the vicinity Another way to enter the race Is out a fw coupons published dally In The Herald lllllnsr them ou properly and sending to the Contest llcpartment ot Tho Herald 0 LoulsvMe Ky Every Voman Eligible Every woman Is In this contest who Is a respectablo whlto resident Of Indiana or Kentucky and be yel1rsSend yforerAugust SI inclusive 4 How to Oct Votes Votes may be secured In The Heralds yaresubscriptions for the day Sunday and weekly Herald and having such subscrip ti s dons paid for In advance A new yearlytwbscrlptlon counts for Z400 votes Fix mpnths subscription counts for 1OOBIso on Kiil Information on this point may bo learned by reading The tier aid or the Content Department for particularsEnter Now It you are eligible enter this contest at ofuoomobile If you ore not eligible enter tho name of your wife mother sister friend mayhIyou nothing to nominate a candidate tryforto Ret bu y In ths gigantic contest You may never heve another opportunity to get such valunble prizes for so little ef elseincontestImplyHeroldlouI8vlll I racbHumorl 6 THEY MET AGAIN tWhy the Sporty Looking Chap Cut Nier p Vacation Short tAfteV the sporty looking chap hm- 1hllllronklllt at theJUtle hotnl lutbt Jihe had come for a few weeks vacation tho old farmer who ran the place called him aside and said I tmderiitnud ye pave my boy a hip roll of money an BOIHO Jewelry to put In the safe Yes I thought that was the best place for them You dont mInt keep Ing the iJtiiff for me do your Great snakes no replied the Cann- el as he rubbed hits hands and chuc Wed Tho boy stays ye lining three party heavy trunks with ye Yes I always travelVlth plenty of clothes tennis rackets llshlng litmus etc Youve no objection to so much baggage have you Xot a bit of It sirnot n bit of Ito I wish ye had brung Mown or twelve with jv Its kinder funny yo aint recognized me yet Xo I dont remember to have ever seen your face before said the new arrlmlIWell mebho my whiskers be rt lectio longer or sunthln but ye ortcr know my voice We had quite a talk one day In Xoo York InIn Now York stammered the sporty looking chap as he turned pale Yep Dont yo recollect bout mo handle ye 5100 fer that gold brick I knowcd yo the minnlt I seen ye on tho wagon last night Snakes but that wits n most bewtlful swindle ye work ed on me soul Wwhat are you going to do about- It 1 Ch nttthln I never raise no fuss unless theres n good occashun fur It Time boy says yo Jest went wild over time scenery comln up on the wagon an mcbhc yed like to walk down to tho depot an git some more views on time eras The next train to the city passes there nt Meveu thirty auBlt ye start now while Im looklu for the constable yell Jest about ketch It An dont do no woreylu bout that cash of yours son ns Ill take the best of can of It It was u ten mile walk to the depot but when the 1130 for New York camo along It carried away n footsore and dusty looking Individual who scowled and muttered and shook his fist through the car window ns the train started off againA n Lewis In Judge t Compromise III n Jury trial It n small town not many unites from civilization the rural gentlemen Into whoso hands tho fate of the plaintiff wax placed were so stubbornly divided that they were some twenty odd hours In reaching Aver dict AB they left time court after returning their verdict one of them was asked by a friend what the trouble wasWaal ho said six of em wanted to give tho plaintiff 1000 and six of em wanted to give him 3000 so we split the difference and gave him 500 Womans Homo Companion His Pint Banquet City Nephewnut Uncle Henry you loft the banquet table too early You should kayo waited for the bon mots and tho repartee Uncle Uonry Oh dont worry bun I was satisfied You see I dont drluk nor mokuJo rollQ Relstor- t t 1 3N I I The Breathitt News ADVANCEiJ WISE HAGINS EDITOR n A H PATTON ATTORNEY AT LAW OFFICE IN CKAWKOKD DLDO JACKSON KY THS5B5H5H5HSESESH5H5H5E C SWANQOIni PJlYSIIi1IA J P- ij ND SUIjjO OFFICE HOURSS 4 TO 4 P n1 1MIN HAUQIS BUILDING I ls22525252525252S2S25CS5 For Printing Phone 64 FRIDAY AUGUST 2 REPUBLICAN TICKET For Governor AUGUSTUS E WILLSON of Louisville For Lieutenant Governor W II COX of Mason county For Attorney General JAMES BKEATIIITT of Christian county For Auditor FRANK P JAMES of Mercer county For Treasurer GAIT ED PARLEY o of McCracken county For Secretary of State DIt BEN L BRUNElt of Breckinridgo county For Supt of Public Instruction J S CRABBE of Boyd county For Commissioner of Agriculture N C RANKIN of Henry county For Clerk of Court of Appeals NAPIER ADAMS- of Puluski county For R R Commissioner 3d Dis A T SILER of Whitley count- yVENGEANCE IS MINE I Will Repay Saith the LordIJim Ilargis has escaped from the last indictment brought against him for murder By the instruc tions of the judge at Sandy Hook I he was acquitted of the murder ol Dr Cox Floyd Byrd who ha been leading the prosecution ngiinst Hargis for the last fou years and Commonwealths Attor ney Waugh withdrew from the case and refused to prosecute further when Judge Moody denied the mo tion for n continuance on account of tho enforced absence of some of the most important witnesses for tho State They said it was use less to attempt to carry on the case without the witnesses If Judge Carnes who removed the 4casefrom Jackson to Sandy Hook didso as has often been charged for the purpose of securing the re I lease of Hargis ho has succeeded in his purpose for Hargis is now a free man able to return to his fastnesses in feudridden Breathitti f mid work vengeance on those who have dared prosecute him or bear witness against him in these cases If Ilargia is innocent of the con spiracy to murder Marcum and Cox he has been a badly abused and prosecuted man though he has never lacked for influential friends to stand by him If ho is guilty of murder as was declared by tho jury that awarded damages ujiuinst him in favor of tho widow of J B Marcum and has been R able to escape through the corrup tion of juries and manipulation of the judiciary it is the most monstrous outrage over perpetrated upon any Commonwealth in the history of this Union Having never read all the evidence in these t pasts wo are not prepared to offer an opinion neither is it within the province of a news paper to pass upon the guilt or innocence of any one but we do say that how ever lamentable it is for the guilty to escape their just punishment at the hands of tho law it is much bet far that tho guilty escape than that alto innocent bo convicted Forj there is a higher law than that ad ministered by tho courts of IenI tt r f tuck Law of GOlTvhich1- sa s Thou shalt not kill I If Hargis is indeed guilty of tho charges brought against him the mark of Cain if not upon his brow is scared upon his soul and willremain forever If ho planned and executed tho foul assassinations of which ho has been indicted the verdict of acquittal of all the juries in Christendom cannot be removed by entreaties and demands of Out damned spot If he knows by his deeds of violence women have been made widows and child ron fatherless if there rankles in his breast the knowledge that he has caused three immortal souls to be ushered before their Maker with out warning or preparation his punishment under the scorpion lash of a guilty conscience will bo more terrible than any that could possibly bo devised by man His days will be filled with the dread of retribution following lik a Nemesis on his track and around his sleepless couch in the wee small hours of the night will talk the hosts of Cox and Marcum their accusing lingers forever remindin him of that day when he too shall ijo hence to his rewardand whis pering in his startled earthat fear ful and irrevocable sentence Ven geance is mine I will repay saith the Lord Danville Advocate The judicial farce enactedat Sandy Hook recently and result ing in Jim Hargis charged o murdering Dr B D Cox in Jackson live years ago being set scott free July 20th adds another black page to tho many that now dis uraco the history of Kentucky- So absolutely powerless wer the prosecuting attorneys to fight the case against the great odds they were compelled to face that ill of them withdrew from the cast titer the jury had been empaneled withnp the judge and jury although it is die sworn duty of the judge to set that the accused was brought to a fairand impartial trial Such things as this brings dis grace and disrepute upon the fair escutcheon of Kentucky and makes politics a damnable curse to her ood people It is why feuds in Kentucky are rampant andmen ire slain like docs why tho State IS dragging along in the old ruts of a half a century ago why cap ital is withheld from investments within our domain why our schools arc referred to as mockery why fur sons and our daughters are leaving their homo for new emir aments andwhy the laborers both men and women have gone to more profitable fields of employ ment Politics olio worst the rot tenest on earth capable of doing every mean and contemptible thing imaginable und worst of all be idolr e grandest nobliest and proudest people on earth Are we powerless Is there no way to bring about a change for the better Shall this state of affairs continue to exist without a protest upon tho part of the people It is sad indeed to think about and sadder too if a correction is not made and made soon Brooksville Review ADVERTISED LETTERS Remaining Uncalled for In Jackson Postoffice List of letters remaining un claimed in the Jackson postoffice for the week endhig August 2 1907 and sent to the Dead Letter Oflico at Washington D C for the week ending August 1C 1907 DJohn Burnett GSusan Gillum L Luther Little N Frank Newell 3 letters- P L D Pierson Persons calling for the above mail will please say advertised D D IIuitST P M W T Ballengcr Lexington Ky says I used Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy and I think it is the only medicine on the market that will euro and prevent hog cholera Sold and guaranteed by Day Bros Co Copies of the catalogues of the big Blue Grass Fair which will be held at Lexington the week of August 12 to 17 have been sent to The News oflico for distribu tion Call and get one J J C Buck Martin Kelly and 0 H Pollard are at Whitesburu IItho f 4111 Likes Jackson the Best Rev J W Walker who started to Hamilton O last sprint nnd abandoned the trip recently con eluded to make the trip Ho wa not satisfied with the place an soon returned to Jackson and rented a house on CCollego avenue I adjoining Robert Blakes and be gan work at the carpenter trade Ho advises those who arc thinking of going to Hamilton to first male an Snquiryof sonic one who h been there Lost Creek Floyd and Maggie Fugato all visiting friends und relatives In Jackson Roger Herald of Jackson t is ited his son in lan S II Fugatc Saturday and Sunday- S II Fugatc the Jackson bring king was in this neighborhood expeclae tions of his future greatness Col Thomas Watts took a wage load of chickens to market last week and lead splendid luck ex cepting the loss of one fine Pole and China rooster Mrs Henry B Noble and wee bairn gave Lewis Fugate and wifo a Sant call Sunday Mrs triptShe says she prefers country life to that of tho town and her high est ambition is to spend future Ja s in the retreat o treefThere will be preaching at the Strong grave yard near the mouth f Lost Creek the second Sunday in August by Revs R B Landrum otherseEverybody invited to attend persons interested lire requestc to meet on Saturday before and clean off tho grave yard and pre pare for the services Brandy Noble on last Saturday morning sometime between the third and fourth watch while try fug privily to fill his casket with the vegetable compounds of an other mans belongings was over taken by a volley of shot and shell that made tho old man glad to retreat from his place of un welcome repose and return home with tho largest dose of natures herb pills he had ever before taken lIe seems to be getting better I know of ono who presents the aspect of a great man ruined by his innate vices and impoverished by his official venality nnd decline of industry and fallen into the dry rot of advancing decay This titans largo mind of carnality with a felon like creatures com bined constitutes a bulwarkol Satan that the most powerful of the right minded can hardly tear- down But Napoleons injustice felland George the thirds tyranny came to a fatal endand so the profits of said Mr Grovelcr will be found lavished upon the sumo burning touch that brings all the provocations to an untimely end Suffering the foul dregs of polluting passions to convey him from the delightful retreat of truth honor and justice ho must encounter the same tate whichall etrial persons must meet TIrE Sox OF PABADISK Chas Stephenson Clintonvillo Ky says I curedmy chickens of cholera with Bourbon Poultry Cure and cannot speak too highl of it as an invaluable remedy fo fowls Sold and guaranteed Uy Day Bros Co Clemons John F Frazier of Quicksand attended church here Sunday Sowell Carpenter and wife of Quicksand visited rJ Strong Sunday Revs Daniel McIntoshand Steuhen Carpenter preachedat our church Sunday and the congregation was pleased with them Rev James II Sebastian of Daysboro was hero Monday and organized lodge for the M PI Society with thirteen members Herald Misses Lillian and Ruth Terry of Turkey and Mrs Laura Rouse of Antigo Wis attondefl church at Herald Sunday and wero the guests of Miss Maggie Herald Sunday afternoon Richard Her aid visited his sister MrsDBack at Jackson Saturday Ed Terry of Jetts Creekwas hero Sunday Harlan Griffith of Turkey was hero Tuesday tryco Cundiff of Oakdalo was visiting at Buckhorn Friday a Puncheon Camp 1 Mrs Will Gabbard is very sick Tames and Julia Gnbbard enter tlinnedI James Gabbard is progressing nic bwith his school on War Creek John Young and Tom Miller caught 27 lino cat fish last weeks One of them weighed ten pounds Clinton Coo 111 01 one of on most energetic farmers has bee very + busy taking caro of his oat and grass Dr E 0 Gucrrant held chart at the new college building here last Sunday About 500 peopl yore present and the Juniors of Charity Council marched around the college and each member gave Dr Guernint a sum of money U assist in paying for tho building The people of this neighborhood are very thankful to Dr Guerran- n t for assisting them in building u college for their children ROSAMOND IUB COUNTY Fincastle Born to J H Kincaid and wife a1dishwllihor One of Mort Olingcrs girls is dangerously ill with fever and no expected to live- f Thoprotracted meeting that has been going on at the M E church closed Sunday night Crate Miller son of El Miljcr on last Saturday evening shot Bud Miller in the taco and breast with n No 16 size shotgun the putUndt J hopes for his recovery Bud Mil Icr is a son of J E Miller who moved hero last spring from Brcnthjtt ppunty It seems to be A familyfuss and as to tho par ticulars there are so many differ eat tales we will not recite any of them THE RAXUKK A STATEMENT EDITOK NL1vs- I desire to sav to the public that I was legally and fairly nomi nated for Circuit Judge at the re cent primary held July 20 on the face of tune oflidml returns as certified by the precinct officers I was elected by three 3 votes The call of alto primary provided that the Republican Executive Committee of each county in t e district meet in the court house of i their respective counties July 23 nnIftrict committee The committees in each county in the district ex cept Leslie met on the day re quired and canvassed and counted I Iprovidedon e morning of the 23d to look nfte my interests in the race I soon ascertained that there was a job on hand that I was going to lp countedout Dr Ray tho chair man of the Leslie committee left early that morning for hndI county about sixteen miles away to visit u patient but would return some time during the day Ther- was only one pornmjttceman i t town and everything was very quiet indeed I at once saw that I otherr I county committees had certified the vote so as to know what hud to be dono to make effective work of it My opponent had loft Hy den and came to Booncvillo and witnessed the count of tho Owsley Justlaftermeantime the vote of the other counties had been ascertained byi ofllcinl count pod reported over the phone and it was known per tainly that I was three votes ahead to take the official vote of Leslie as certified by the precinct oflicors Dr Ray anda quorum of the Leslie county committee wero forthcoming as soon as Mr Lewis returned and the commit tee met in the court house in the afternoon of Wednesday July 24 and the canvass began The official returns from Big Creek precinct showed by the officers certificate that there w rpn eight ballots spoiled but was nothing to show that there was any questioned ballots thought there was an envelope stub book of that precipct whichI contained eight ballots was no certificate attached to them t showing whether or nof they h i f t TtII Jl 7t been counted or if counted for whom and signed by the election officer as required by Statute Tho election officers had foiled to ofras required by Statute though tho envelope haul been scaled with wax and the election seal but hnd been broken open objected to tho courting of these ballots because the law requires n separate certificate of tho election officers showing hndrwasIIelectionInot written their names across the seal of tho en vclopc the requirement of the Statute in these particulars dc stroycd the sanctity of these ballots find they could not be used to im peach the certificate of tho election officers and tho law is well settled on that question How hearingdinto secret session nnd counted hcso ballots live for Lewis andone for Eversole and two they said could not be counted for any one as there was no means of determining for whom voted The com mittco continued the canvas counted one questioned ballot each front the Marrowbone nnd Bull Creek precincts and both for Ev canvasstand three to Eversole and declared that Lewis had received SCO votes and Evcrsolo 208 votes nnd cer titled the voto to the district com mittee and then adjourned sine tine If this count had stood it would have elected me by one vote I had three majority on the official returns and this committee added three to me nnd live to Lewis The count had not been effective some half nn hour otter the com mittcc lied adjourned nnd left the building some of tho members hnd gotten on their horses to leave when my opponent demanded an other hearing mud the committee over my objections reconvened and counted for Lewis the two ballots from Big Creek precinct that it had refused tocount for any ono at the first meeting nnd this elected Lewis by one jote This is the way in which Mr Lewis secured his nomination When ho nnd his attorneys secured the counting of any of these ques tioncd ballots as they called them though certified as spoiled ballots by tho precinct ollicers they knew it was illculJ that these ballots hat toInot counted for any one roPllonent Mr 11IJOis forced his own county to reconvene andcount him in I submit tho question now to the public what is to be come of alto country when the judge of the circuit court secures his election In tho way my oppo Wont has and I know I have told you the truth r11hat docs the boasted fairness of the Republicans mean when such thirsts us this is groins on in their rnnks A free vote nnd n fair count has ben nsjstcdupon as ono of the fundamental princi pies of our party Are we prnc ticing what we preach or did it LeslioIelcount This is n matter that the Republican committees of tho party must IJeatwith and tho rook nnd file of the voters antsurpfor it And while I regret very much to have n contest over thisI nomination I can not stand for contentIthe last ditch And I want to say canI case will declare mo the legal nominee I hope my friends will stand by me as many of theta has assured mo they will and give me a chance to demonstrate my rights which I will do Thanking my friends for their support rind feeling under ninny obligations to them T- Im respectfully JOHN C EVKKSOLK Booneville Ky July 30 1907 James G Bailey has been np pointed Secretary of the Legation Copenhagen Denmark Mr Bailey is a native of Mugoffin IIo represented this dis ict in the Legislature of 18956 won his election over O II j ard Ho was the nominee of tho t Republican ticket for Clerk of I he Court of Appeals in t was defeated by S J Sliackolfordl = THE BEST NEWS- In the Paper Today Is that Day Brothers Company have re ceived one of the greatest shipments of I Iron and Brass Beds ever brought to Jack son Over 1000 in the shipment The Microbes Delight is a Wooden Bed They breed in all the inicceuiUe corners and Joints where dust collects In all wooden beds and create a condition of unclranlineu you would not tolerate If you would stop to think about It There are no cwicei nor joints in 41 Su bed germs havent a dunce In c9J miEn 1fiIIhrc nOOi1 rIxlr All physicians urge their use Most artistic In design and beautifully finished In scores Snowy VhiteII Smiulrc GuM and other exclusive finishes that have made these beds famous Ivxamine II Sanitalre Reds and you will find that each and every one has a fine smooth highly polished and perfect unitary finish I PRICESI5OO 1 D I t We Have on Hand a Large Supply o- fFURNITUREi 1 j Doesnt your house need brightening up gj I a bit Come and sec our line and let us supply your wants Every piece or suite is yj carefully selected and exquisitely finished ft The less expensive kinds have the same j rift style finish and workmanship as the more ra expensive kind We can please everyone I THERE IS NO NEED I c For any woman goingoff to tho cltioa or patronizing S- jj mail order houses to buy nice wearing npjuril whun you jj can find thorn in this atoro and at a loss price than you puy 2 elsewhere Comoro nnd lut Miss Kllllo Elkins show 3011 CK our stock of Fine Droll Goods Bilks AVhito Gooda Liuen S- s Knibroiderioa Notions Skirts Hosiery and in fact everything needed bya woman to compluto her outfit Our stock K is complete and prices niodunito ft I i Our Millinery Department Contains tho seasons boat styles in Pattern Hats and j Trimmed Millinery Our hats nro of sterling quality ox pert workmanship aro made to fit tho head perfectly and tr are sold within tho roach ofall thoy satisfy tho demands of tho most practical Wo have on hand at all times a select variety which wo luvlto public inspection Miss Margaret Basket will bo pleased to supply your wants RUGS MATTINGS AND CARPETS t Wo are having good sales on Hugs Mattings and Carpets Wo kayo acme beautiful dpaigns and prluoJ are right COOK STOVES AND RANGES It always his boon and always will boa womans delight to have a slovo or a rango unit u a porfoot baker Our supply has more good qualities than wo lava space to nun merate Try ono of ours and youll ho convinced GROCERIES AND CANNED GOODS Our stock includes a great big lot of attractive Staple and Fancy Groceries Our shelves aro now replete with than finest lino of canned goods on tho market and you can depend qu thoin Theyre fine Whpn you buy coffee and flour you ought to know thdyro good Wo nssuro you huth coffee and flour bought horo will bo right thoy lend to tho attractiveness of living A real luxury at any season is ono ofour delightful hnma The best line of Mens and Womens Shoes in Jackson Also a complete line of Mens Clothing and Furnishings For a liberal share of your patronage wo promise good values polito attention and unbounded appreciation DAY BROS CO WHOLESALE AND RETAIL JACKSON KENTUCKY j t Ml I Ii cq 1 The Breathitt News ItihllHlHid livery trldity CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAR J WISE HAG INS EDITOR For Printing Phone 64 Mrs James L Little is very sck withoe Win Spencer of Oakdalc was here on business Thursday i u P U Whitaker of Lambric ftl was here on business Tuesday Mrs Ellen Cope WItS visiting Mrs E P Lnndrnm at Lost Creek last week Mrs W It Bradslmw returned a I ist week from a visit to friends in Lexington OB Thompson sold one of his houses and lots in South Jackson to John Gaugh S P Carpenter of Lambric + was hero Monday after a wagon load of goods t Misses Mary and Armina Allen visited Misses Jennie and Mollie Stidham last week Mrs Sarah J Hagins of Doles vine visited her son Win Jett the first of tho week Tomas J Terry son of Ksfl I 0 Terry of Jctts Creek is very low with typhoid fever A Mrs Clarks J Dixon is visit lug her parents Mr and Mrs W T Adams at Clay City Mrs Esther lladdix returned Tuesday from a two weeks visit to relatives in Powell county Mrs Mary E Stidham and son 4 of Crockettsville visited J B Stidham and family last week Ben Faulkner agedabout 25 was run over and killed by n log near Hazel Green last Friday Kelly Kash John R Patrick and A iL Patton are attending the Federal court at Frankfurt J S Thompson and wife of Chattanooga were visiting their brother C 13 Thompson last week rJG son of J B Stidham is visiting his cousins at Crock ettsville where ho will also attend school Mr and Mrs Hop Davis Hof i Clay Hole wero hero Tuesday v Mrs Davis was having some dentistry j work done I Sherman tho infant child of- Rev1 W Walker is very low with brain fever and is not ex pected to live Mr i Laura Blake and children Ada May and Willie Elias left Thursday for a visit to tho family of Joseph Hagins at Georgetown Ohno you dont have to take a shadow for u picture You can get good pictures at Moores gal lery near Fleenors jewelry store Thomas L Sowcll and wife re turned Tuesday after a weeks stay at Swango Springs Mr Sewell is loud in his praises of the Swango t water Oliver Crawford and Miss Cal lie Bowman will teach the public school here They will begin teaching as soon asa suitable house can bo secured J B Stidham sold a new wagon to Willie Deaton of Crocketts villo for Sia Mr Stidham is doing excellent work in Judge S S Taulboon blacksmith shop rOn account of bad health S D Flecnors store is closed tempo rarity Any one wanting work loft with him or wanting to buy any jewelry will please call on G W Fleenor who will wait on them Fiscal court was in session on Thursday and Friday The Quick sand bridge was accepted The contract for tho building of a pub lie privy wits awarded to Judge W IL Blanton he being tho low + k est bidder r ll Sunday service at tho Baptist f church at 11 a m and 7i50 p m Morning subject Salvation evening subject The Suro Mer dies of David or How a Man Onco Saved Can Never Bo Lost + Everybody invited to attend these services foi Who Caleb Powers ease was sailed at Georgetown Monday for tho fourth trial Powers filed an affidavit against Judge Robbins tho special judge who after hear lug tho arguments on both sides vacated the bench Unless a spe cial judgo is appointed tho case willbeoontinued1p i loJ I t I j l S S CONVENTION At the Christian Church Wednesday Aug 14 The Sunday Schools of the First Magisterial District of Breathitt county will hold a convention in the Christian church at Jackson on Wednesday August It The following is tho program MOItNINd 8KS3IOV 915 Devotional exercises t30 Presidents address The Great Purpose of the Sun day School Key C M Summers 955 Tho Relation of the Sunday School to tho Church Hov W W Powell 1O1li The Relation of the Sunday School to the District Where There is no Church PO Derthick 1010 Tho Relation of the Pastor to the Sunday School to Rev1V11 Setter 1015 The Duty of Parents to tho Sunday School II II Gibson 1100 Tho Relation of time Teacher- to the Scholar Miss hattie C Kraul 1115 Time Relation of tho Super intendent to tho Sunday School Rev Flinchum llrJO Appointment of Commit tees Adjournment AFTKUXOON SESSION 115 Devotional exercises Rev W W Green 200 Business Session Reports of Committees Election of Ollicers 2150 Benefits of the Teachers Meeting Kelly Kash 215 How to Interest and Hold Young Men and Women in the Sunday School W W McGiiirc- l00 Address II L Atkinson Hazel Green Ivy 345 General Discussion Meth ods in the Sunday School 100 Adjournment For 12 12 and 15 Cents C lliuldcn will furnish you nice tender and juicy steaks Division of Labor Excuse me my good man but are you sure you know time difference between edible mushrooms and poisonous ones Oh thats nothing to mss I dont eat em 1 emSourire Peaches Cantaloupes I will have a nice supply on hand Saturday C Hiidden Ed Turner Arrested Ed Turner who is accused of killing his wifo on Lookout Mountain near Chattanooga Tenn last April was arrested Wednesday in Mill county at the homo of his brother inlaw and taken to Beat ty villa and placed in jail lie ad mils that ho is the man wanted and that ho killed his wife who wns Lillio Burcham who formerly lived at Frozen this county Fish Supper The Ladles Aid Society of tho Presbyterian church will give n lisp supper at the court house Tuesday August 6 beginning at 530 p m for 25 cents A Gypsy fortune teller who tells real for tunes will bo present Ho wire and have her toll your future A substantial supper will bo served Tho ladies invite you to come and patronize thorn A Campaign Offer The Lexington heraldan nounces a campaign offer of 1 from August 1 to November 15 or for 150 to January 1 Tho Herald will pay special attention to news of tho campaign in Ken tacky and tho country at largo In addition to this it covers tho notes of Central Kentucky as does no other paper It is an oxcep tional opportunity to get a high class paper The News will re ceive subscriptions at this price or wo will furnish Tho Herald and The News for 125 to Novem ber 15 or 175 to January 1 John A Turner of Crooketts yule was hero Thursday f l u r JIW Hargis Resigns Jim Hargis has sent in his resig nation as a member of time Demo cratic State Central Committee If ho had loved tho Democratic party as he claims he would have done this long ago When ho as mined tho duties of the position we hada Democratic Congress man a Democratic Circuit Judge a Democratic Commonwealths At torney a Democratic State Senator a Democratic Representative nndnil the county ollicers of Hrcathitt county Democratic All these havo been lost to tho Democratic party except tho Circuit Judge and even his district went Republican at tho last election If Jimmie had attended to business and stayed out of politics these things might not have happened However we arc willing for him to have a fair show to do what he can honorably in the ranks Fresh Meats- I am selling roasts from 81 3 to 12 l2c C Hadden Egg That Jump Your friends will he mystified completely if you do this trickvery carefully lake u number of eggs remove onlytheTo each of these shells paste one end ofa strand of fine silk attach THIS TCICE EXPLAINED fingersThenketIn doing the trick be sure that awaytoNow say that you will be ablo to make the eggs leap into the air by fingersOfupward and downward the shell at tached to the other endof the strand of silk will move up and down You can gain a pretty ef fect by making them dunce in time to music Tallow Dick Killed Tallow Dick Combs wits run over and killed by a train while walking on n trestle near Georgetown Wednesday night lIe was one of the witnesses in the Powers case Ho formerly lived at Beatty vine where ho conducted a barber shop The Test At a military dinner said a G A n titan I once heard Gen evil F D Grant tell a story about recruiting IIHe said that there was a certain recruiting oflice in a town hall along with the various other municipal offices A well dressed young man en tered the place one morningwith a diffident air Id like he began Strip interrupted the busy re cruiting officer lIe young man flushed and hes itated Then witha sheepish smile he stripped Jump over that chair said the officer After two or three balks time young nun made the jump Sow said the officer take this twenty pound weight and see how many times you can put it over your headThe young man put up the weight with much punting and grunting about fifty times The officer made an entry in a book Now run around the room as hard us you can he said till I tell stopBut youth uttered a loud angryoath lIl began hurriedly to put on his clothes Xo ho shouted Ill be hanged if I will I Id rather stcy single all the rest of my life lIe thought he was in the mar riage license offi- ceMarriage Licenses The following marriage licenses have been issued sinco our last publication Sigil Herald and Miss Martina Kalicgh both of Canoe Guernio Baker who was in dicted in the Knott circuit court for tho burning of tho chapel of the W C T U school at Hind man last November was acquitted of tho charge in court at Hindman last week lie was represented by Judge G W Flcenor of this place Ho is a son of attorney J Baker and was only fourteen years of ago at thus time of tho burning I Esq S 11 Herald and wife wore hero Thursday and Friday Tho Squire is attending court and Mrs Herald visiting the family of Dan Turnerl x JiIo 4 t T J- t I IDoI habit is the strongest impulse in man i Get the habit of saving and have those savintra draw interest and your future pros pority is assured We make it easy for you to save and hard not to I FOR TWO DOLLARS I Deposited to your credit wo will lend you this beautiful Steel I Clock Savings Hank A safe bank anda perfect timepiece for the home Bring this littlosaving machine to our bank the first of eachweek or month we alone keep the key and deposit the 1 11perI which draw three per cent The foundation for every fortune is laid by the saving ofI small amounts Get one of our Clock Banks today and start the foundation of yo- ursJackson Deposit Bank I JACKSON KENTUCKY L THE BIGIBLUE GRASS FAIR INconron TDtAT LEXINGTON KY OVER 25000 In Premiums Aug 1217 6 Big Days 6 25000 KOPPS MILITARY BAND The Great Knabenshue Airship DAILY ASCENTS The Best and Extensive List of Free Attractions in the Country I 16 Thrilling Acts Each i addressIFor Preliminary Prize List and Catalogue JOUETT SHOUSE Secretary Lexington Kyj Republican Conventions The Republicans of tho 92nd Legislative District of Kentucky composed of Brcathitt Magoflin and Leo counties have been called to meet in convention in Jackson on August 8thnt one oclock p m for tho purposo of nominating a candidate for the legislature from said district Mass conventions have been called to meet at the various county seats on August 3 for the purpose of selecting delegates to attend the district convention All persons interested in the nomination and election of a good representative from this district shouldattend these conventions Two Killings Elisha Hughes was shot and killed by Jordan Smith at the mouthof Pigeon Roost in Perry county about eight miles from Hazard were both drinking and Hughes attempted to cut Smithwith a knife when Smith shot and killed him Smith was arrested and placed in tho Hazard jail to await his examining trial While some boys wero bathing in the Cumberland river near Ilarlan they began to throw sand at each other when two of tho boys became angry and Ransom Simpsons son threw a rock and struck one of Samuel Turners boys instantly killing him The boys were arrested timid taken to Ilarlan were held in a bond of 1000 each Among tho boys was Joseph Walker of Hazard brother of Rev J W Walker of Jackson who gave bond Jt turned out in proof that Walker had nothing to do with the killing FOR SALE A house and lot on Main street Lot 150 feet front and about 200 feet deep with a good dwelling house of six rooms two halls front and back porch and bath room Lot sot in all kinds of fruit trees I will sell at a bargain WM BAILEY Jackson Ky 0 rtrnv4 tI x = HJ OVER In Premiums Most They Notice to Wool Growers II S Chapman representing I LexIinctonurday August 17 1907 for purpose of receiving your wool theI carding or manufacture into All orders no matter how small will receive the most careful at tention 3912 R A CHILDERS IwIT a JOS Q REED DRY GOODS CO I PORTSMOUTH 0 Solicits the trade of the mountain people Ho will bo- AT JACKSON EVRItY HO nAYS Dealers will bo notified by postal Save your orders for him He will save you money fob 1 ly W H Henderson Ayres Street Opp Poem Ofllse LEXINGTON KY DEALER IN Grain Seeds Feed Wheat Hy8Itrly Oat end Corn Glover timothy Millet Kentucky Blue Griug Orchard Graea Hungarian Hay Straw Hill Feed G W COLLEY 1 PROPRIETOR OF THE L E HotelAGENT FOR HIGHLAND NURSERY SMITHVILLE TENN All kinds of FruitTrees Grapes Berries Etc for November de livery = u GO TO = F M MCCARTY r FOIt STONEand BRICKWORK Moving and raising houses and all kinds of masonry work All work guaranteed 25Cra Jackson Kentuck- yFoLEYIcIDNETcUiE VakM Klftfyi Bair Wuttof RIM v rf N pr oo ARE THE SHOES PETERSSHOES FOR YOU J ITheyre the Shoes you should call for if you get comfort style and wear at a reasonable price Theyre built in specialty factories from the most carefully selected J materials over lasts that conform properly with the lines of the feet IHADC IsLfI n Mens Patent Calf 3 50 to 4 50 Ladies Heavy Shoes very thing I E for country wear 1 65 to I 85 j 5 j All these goods are really worth from 25 50 per cent more than our prices per pair j ijto ls= TAULBEE tp iisii- I PlP 111 t IM111 1- th W PAINTS w W 11 ti ti- W W Test received a full line i- w guaranteeilJ ill V 11J m 111iEtm J litl Will cover more space last rIand see color get lt 1 prices a- A s s- II 1 I Jackson Drug Co 1l- 1V 1l 1 1l e ceEE 4J W V W 4 4- t a tF b You Will Get All Thats irE YouoF il- g o- oy 9 THERE IS NO FAKERY F In our method of business for every dollar r you pay ua you get one hundred cents valuo in ap return I We Believe in Square Treatment i is Your moneys worth all tho time We might t+ Fuseup a page of space talking shout our goods dp then you wonldnt know how good they are 0 0- t roe COME TO OUR STORE 0 So you can see for yourself thats tho surest way F o 3 0 it rawrord Co = JACKSON KENTUCKY IF 0G h MONUMENTSHeadstones My line of designs are the latest and I can also prepare special ideas presented by my customers If in need of work in my line call and see me or cardIPrices reasonable R M SHE L Y Shop Located Near the Bridge Jackson I Ky t J A rAi ok e fiNE ROAD BUILDING Experimental Work of the Agri cultural Department ALWAYS READY TO INSTRUCT Government Anxious to Help Any Community That Wishes to Improve Its HighwaysHow to Obtain Assistance of the Department The olllce of public roads of the de portment of agriculture Is making Its influence felt throughout the United States and 111 no place Is It more con spicuous than In tho vicinity of Wash ington The District of Columbia Ma ryland oral Virginia each have some thing to HUOW for the work that ins IHCH duce hi tho way of road Improve ment and while comparatively little bus liecn accomplished In comparison to time vast length of highways that need Improvement there Is sufficient 10 form nn Interesting object lesson to extensionofgun and In which Instruction has been given by the agents of the government The work of road Improvement was ln guu by tho government In compll U lice with n law directing tho secretary it agriculture to furnish expert advice in road building In their effort to comply with the law In on efficient manner the olllce of public roads has iTered to local communities through jot the United Statos the services of its corps of highway engineers and ex perts who are prepared to advise with persons In such communities as to the construction to bo em l est methods of ployed In any locality Any community desirous of con structing an object lesson road will find the office of public roads ready to t net as Instructor In the good work but the olllce bras hind to make plain to pee pie In various sections that while will assist In such work the communi ty Itself must take it up In n substan tial manner The office undertakes to provide both highway engineers nUll experts who go over the ground and jvwsldor the questions of available ma terials for road construction as well as i plan for the road to be built They prepare plans with proper grade and all details Indicated and also In many t rIm rOURMATIOJf CO0RSR OF A NEW ROAD IV VIltniNIA rONKIHTINO OP TWO ANIl OHKHAII INCH IH10KBN TOXB UIUUH 4 vim CUN- Tlnstancos a furnish machinery for lit 1 work Tho people of the community f to Lo Iiunollteil are expected to furnish common labor nnd teams anti to have competent non on hand wuo are to be tnight methods of road construction j iiiulor the conditions that prevail In that community After the piece of experimental road Is built It Is expect goontOno of the recent works begun by the office of public roads Is the con struction of it road from the station at Occoquun Va to the old town of Oc OIilall n distance of two and u half mire The road was n good sample of up i lull and down dale with mud almost roueYbuiidln got hold of and Improved It g In order to obtain the assistance of 3 the deportment application must bo tnaCe by Uie properly constituted local anlUorltlos who have legal control of i the roads In their community The as slstanco given Is Intended to be purely educational The ability of the depart uncut to furnish machinery Is a great 4 heli to many communities as In that way the local authorities get n prac 4 tical demonstration of Just what they are expected to purchase for a continu ance of the work The department so cured funds for the purchase of ma chinery which It shifts from place to jilHe as It is needed In Its experi mental work Tins department hits begun experi mental roads In many parts of the country from tho Atlantic to the Pa ctlle and from the Canadian line to the gulf Each section requires n somewhat different plan of Improvement and each time experts make plans for a iiiiiiinnulty they add to their fund of Information on the conditions affecting roa I building In various sections It Is expected that In the course of a few years the effect of this campaign for i rood roads will be seen very plainly throughout the United States There ore advocates of national aid for road building mill It Is not unlikely that a strong effort will be made In tho next cDimres to Lave HII appropriation ford tula piirpoie In many localities In which distraction in the building of 1gNd roads anti education ns to their 4 iesirilIIIty are most needed the peo Ill an unable to secure enough money is ii their part toward the construe i li1II r the object IIWHOII road It Is wereIlotHi t would not bo long bolero they woiiiii provide mucous for continuing he w rk on other roads This in one of that arguments that will be used In fnvir f DittUmal aid and there are thatI1Tutii through to a conclusion so that a rest inptUut toward road caiutructlon sill tt lied all over the United States Good and Dad I v + wnlkliiK down the street this horseII run across one yesterday while in IluncturDt Spreading PoaJnero Is a great scientist whoI nnnounc that sun spots expnnl1IHuby1 dont doubt It a ftccklu ou toy nose as big as a pea and It esrwndcd as big as a quartorvOhl sago Sawn y THE ROYAL BOX The grontott smoker of nil the innn nrelm Is Kins Carlos of Porting It Is mill Unit 1m mnoUc forty cigar n tiny ling Alfonso of Spain takes nn occasional cigarette only Savoy Is the family names of the kins of Italy the founder of whose house was Hnmlwrt of time JVhlto Hands Count of Savoy who died clout the time of the tlrst ennmdeI King Georjto of Greece has n keen sense of humor and hits written In hlf wifes eonfewliai book that his Idofl of hnpplnens l to have always n sovereign without n crown He eau plow cut and Mini corn milk cows and could at a plnth run a fnrm aln Fie handed Trlwo Bdwartl 1It1t ton of tilt Prlnco of Will v him developed quite an ninount of ulifllty nit a sinter It Is said lie tine a Musing hike for above the nronuro nod Una bean select ed as a nietnlier of the choir of the loyal Naval college where lie In at tending sdiool Prince Albert the lielr tr the llelslan throne nod Ills wife HlbMtoeth have Klven brussels n free hospital for con sumptlves and the prince has written a play Itomiindn which hUll IH en presented at Ilrinwels very effectively the funds raised In this manner going to a fresh nil fund nor consumptives 51nr niug If you have kldiify etul blddr trouble and do not use IMeyV Kidfuj Cure you will limo only yourself li blnme for result as it positively cure nil forms of kidney npd Madder din ruses Sold by Jiutksun Drug Co TurWth Turbans A TurklKlj turtmn of the largest eta contain twenty yards of the niios1 and soflost muslin Curranc Retort Very happy Is Cumins reply to hi hotIan of his own honor I wish the lion ornble nmj learned gentlcinan Joy o his sinecure Do Witt1 Ltila Eirly UUeM duo sicken or gripe mail IMI easy i tike Sold by JILOksOIl Drrtir Oa T Poor Consolation Aunt Iuclndy was In deep AMntr over the loss of her non Jim and Ii neighbor sought to console her saying Dont grlovp for him Auut Inclnrt lie line gone to n land lowing with milk and honey With n dismal countenance tho oM darky replied Jima nevor mild like mill an honey always undo him nick IJpplneottV Hunting for Trouble aIve lived in Oilifornln 20 yetr and am still hunting tor trouble In tin way of burns sores wounds bolU emits springs or a cue of piles thin Hunklens Aruba Sairo wont quick cure wrilej Charles Walters of A lumnllmegec s eeryyOr nt rll c 2V PLAYS AND PLAYERS Mnry Shur is to appear in a nor Shaw puny The Port of MIsHhiK Men Is to have an early New York production with n select east Miss Cecil Spoonor won grunt np plnusc In New York for her acting lu The Girl UaClos After her concert tour next full Emma Calve Is to slug for time first lime in Mexico nod Culm Mnsglo Mrf suit fumed In Australia for her KlnitliiK of ikoitlsli land Jrlllil ballads Is to nnike nn Amerkan tour Dore Darldson line IMHJU engaged to play nn Important role In the London production of Tlie Hurl f law tuckotOlpa Nothcraolo wits contnituliitod In Inrl for her performance of Sa pho by Mute Diiudut the widow of the author Elizabeth Mnrbnry Is nogotlntliiK for the first Amoiltnn tour of Julia Nell son nUll Fred Terry In The Scarlet Plmperuolle The Bonnie Itrlur Rush In to go nn tour through Cnnndn under tho man n ement of Krnost Slilpnmn rind Wll llama C Colvln A Vtiliiiihh JLUSSOII Six years nsu I leunittl a vnluahli lesson writes John Pleasant of Meg nulls Iiid I then begun taking Dr Kings New iJla IilU nnd the liircrl tnke there the better I hid them They please everybody Guaranteed st Jackson Drug On 35 J Hie Limitation Your friend DAuber Is nn artist Isnt 11111tblnIndeed I have honrd It said that hasnt dinwn n sober breath lIuI yuare Philadelphia Tress Dont ucept a cn igli cure that you I may be told u Jut mid Loud as Ken ned5 Laxative Cough Syrup lit Cause it Itni Jut ns Rocd there li quito n difference Kennedls Cough Syrup ted gently upon the bevels and clears the whole system of cough and colds It promptly rcllevea l mmation of limo throat and allays irritation Sold br Jspknui Drug Oo i L The Myrtle Warblor IIIrSuch n beauty na ho Ho wears a little yellow cap I Two yellow still patches lire his Another ywllow botch U down on Iris backIlls coat Is of a lovoly blue slnto color He Is time first of the warblers to be soon In the spring Ills smart walitcoat shades from Mack above to white tic passes the II IIn tOil soaBOji from northern New HnglBnd nortliwnnt Though tOIl on the 1nrlflc coast this lovely hint prefers eastern North America Thta warbler hes more than a sing er will return from Canada In time tall In time to feast span the myrtle va berries St Loula Ilepublle Orino Laxative Kruli Syrup is full order a positive guarantee to CUll onstlpBtiott tick livbdacliP tt nincl rouble or my form of indigrtli m If it fulls the inhiiufncturei refun our nuinoy What more can nay oct o Sold bv Jackson Drug C The First Envelope The lint pnvrlope ever made UI the jtoijseHslon of the Itrltish mu eum = 11o never repent of riitlng tOt IIUeJlItI one of the ten rules of lift if Thomas Jtferaont president of11mm Uiillfd State amid tlB rule applies tt very ine without exception duiinj his hut weather because It U hard fur ind even in innll qimnlltles tn b luestfd wheii the blood is nt high mperaturo At this season we ah multi nt pnrlnfly properly We hud nso alp the stcinach as mucli its 111ulhI- r the use of a little KMIO fut J di testion end Dyspepsia which will rest he gtomnch by dlge iiiilie fatal it- Nlf Sud lIrJlrkl1n irur Go A Klan Eating Canal Perhaps tho greatest waste of human life cor recorded vns Imlt1 by the cutting 6f u onnnl In China Pie work was begun In IfeW nnd though th j on real jiTjs twontytliroo miles long eighty feet wldo 11111 twelve feet deep and las Ctl through forests and mnii lfH It was finished In six weeks from Its bo gltmluj No fewer than 20000 titan worked af If iiy gull ulght and 7000 tiled of fatlcrne ==Those who Knee stomach trouble to DMtor how slEht Should plvi very powible help to mire dicesiivi1 rgnii so that the fmnl may be di tested wlh lime ittasi effort This nmj isdono br taking sumelhlng that cou alll6 natural dlgfgtlve proportlig iimetlilng like Kmlnl Fur IntHgfslli end Dyspepsia Kadul is a prepittatlni if vegetable alil and contains air very same JUoes found In n liealih 4t imncli It digotts what you emit Sold by Jneksan Drug Co Famous Slippers III the Cluny pplasenm U n pair of hoos made of yellow slut ONCV belong lag to the famous Mnrqiilsc do 1ompa dour nUll are tho tdeutlcnl jrnlr she U lefilcted as wearing in the pastel por rnlt ior which In the nIlar of tho LouvreJ John ltlin a prominent dealer of Vinlng lHsijfI have been selling DeVltt Kidney end Kindlier Illla fur shout a yearnnd they give butler salts fuctioi than any pill I over M 1 here ere n dozen people here who bar used diem and they cive perfect snlitfactioii in every case I lutve used them my rluuktynMexican Torch Thistle Jrowlnrtomore llko n cnndelubruni tluin n tree Another variety of time same specks Itthegray mired man What n New Jersey IMltor Says MT Ivnoli fditjr of time Ihillls burg N J Dully 1oBt writes 1 have used teeny kinds of inndicltie for cbuph and colds in my fmnlly lint nevi r inyihini so gmU as Fillers ll mey and Tar I cannot any tun much in pruic Jr it Sd b Tielnon Drue On Q Dragging DownYPains are a symptom of tne most serious trouble which can attack a woman vie falling of the womb With tills generally comes Irregular and painful periods weakening drains bajkaehc headache nervousness dh InessIr ritability tired feeling etc The cure is I WINE OF Cardul II The Female Regulator that wonderful curative vegetable ex tract which exerts such a marvelous strengthening influence on all female organs Cirdul relieves pall and regulates the menses It Is a sure and permanent cure for all female complaintsAt And dealers In 100 bottles I SUFFERED AWFUL PAIN In my womb and ovaries II writes Mrs Naomi Bake of Webster Grove Mo also In my right and left sides and p my menses were very painful and ular Since taking Cardul I feel Bkeami new woman ard do not suffer as I did tit Is the best medicine I ever took f I 0 lW MINUTE SKEtCHES- Andrew Ii Jackson 7J J Si E7JGERTOVI liis whole lift ivti a history of evtrt nting tlf slacks XDIUCXV JACKSON was nu ix i ample or the triumph of will- poweri over UittUultlw Ills rhoto life was a lil tory of overiwriUig olutuclutt Mummy or Ihdse obstuiUs IHIIIIIIH till most Kurloun outs WIt In the own unpin Ono of them win u hut anger that coiwtnntlv ruarvit up riamle in his i nth Audi er wets n wild dud rockluw tllspo itlou tit youth A tided was phyMical dlionie Qua of his military unmpali i was iliatio at u lute whun ht could Iniiillj sit In the saddle btcniuu of pain till the latter part of his life he suffered front III health null wounds Of Ihv QUi wait oUslaolw In the way uftlils liiiloiiiltablo tuna poverty was iwrlmp the chief The loss of both pat Lwts In youth mudded to this liamll cap The second was n rousli Imbiber bnvlroiunont whore his life one con staidly ti dnuuur The third wiis the neglect and opposition of other1 people At one time during the Creek vnmnnUu lit was lut1Igas1 mote Time turin of pilUUnont of his cumin haying oxiilred nearly till of thuni went homo A tall other time the forte uudur hits com mand liras di li ndvil Uy the govern mnat tu was always nnt gonlxotl by lie chief iron In COIISTOSS and by all the nibtieycd Interests tliwp ftflrttt udvorsQ odds ho wan fhere tire four oxnuiplos ol gucccsd lu nit our history more eon Si Ieuous He won apilnat isle pojstQiml peml3 lit hpuip Ito won In all his battles llu wou over congro is Ho won njjnlnst the nntlounl batik lie won In his light with nullltleatlon Ills mottoes are Illuminative of the mUll He Mien said Nothing Is done till RlLi done Another phrase con Ills lips was A clean vie tprycr 1CIPIIII defeat When other QbSoct I1 to life plans he xlloncml hunt iy poraniptorlly exclnlinliib I wHI lake flue r A t qtio time lu youth wbtn n raft on which lm tried to groin n swoitoq stream was nearli swept over n cataract nftur Ida otoopo ho said he was trying to show hU COIUi panlons how close he could grew dan cer He said he would get tlnui out yt nml ho lId Wheu the urn MBere al Fort Minis occurred he was In bet with seriouS wounds yet he took tin Held ImrucOlatoly though he hind to be nttendeJ by his physician who fennel Jje jvould die on his way to camp ItniHln Prom thinwrA proniliipnt manufacturer Um A Kertwoll of luoumn K 0 relattti n m istremnrknlile ezii rienoi He iiuygj Alter taking hes thnn three battles u1 Hlfcirle Ilittar I f el like ono rnUlnp from time grace HIT trouble Ilright dliien t in iba Diabetes stride I fully believe Kleotrlc llittr will cure mr prrmnnentlr for it bas already st p- prd time UTT and litjier uoinp1iH ilong will li have li iilled nitt fat years Guaranteed JIIOJ OIl Dru Uu Pdt nnly 965 SHORT STORIES Four men out of six smoke It I robllu prissier of Mmiltobn line announced that the government will soon Ivgln tho contraction of n theumtnl miles of telephone anti tele graph lines limo house nt TUcbflpid Conuv fa tirh4ch Jndgb TnpiMii Itoorp ptnrtcxt lliq fret Inw Mclioo III tide country In J7M hAS been sold nt tuiAlon to partlc who will we that It Is preserved for lOt historical value The prized possession of Iostmaitor H W Jones of Itlverpont It I is Ted n lat that tips time scuUn at nine teen and a half pounds and Is able to roach u height of more tuna three feet when ftaiullni on hU bind feot Joseph Doctororltr n teacher of He brow nid a student of old Jewish tq HtttutluiiH lams put on exUlbUlon i New York a complete reproduction cjj the temple nt Jerusalem It Is II fteen feet fiqunre mind Includes tho several courla and palaces of the prlesls Ten YtiirH In Heel For ten year I wits confined to ni lied with disease of try Mditjs wrilrs I t A Gray J I of OmI U1e lad I trims so severe limit I could nut moor part of the tiiii Iconsultwl the very bert medical tkili avullubld but c uilr g t nn relief until tuors Kkine J- Our was reciininmided to me It has beta a God end to me SilJ by Jiiok sin Drug OH NEW YORK CITY Altlinu Jew York city owjiB unity inUdliiKH It ptiys Hourly 1000 a day fit rents HiililiiH In Jfow York city Invest KIIUI each tiny In Innd mull now oiw3 fur apartment dwellers Then Is an average of one chillI kllletl every thixe days In NOW York Uy 1y Utilnj ruts over by vehicles Nca Rtrcifl New York city Is oily hiu but new It WHS the fret street opened by the KngllHh after taking lossosKlon of New Anifterdnm and was so called on that account New York citys high pressure saltwater nyritcui will us first Installed coal iOOOOO It will have seventy Ihht mlleji of mains with 2012 by druids will give heat eiioiiKh to- extingulslm tires without time direct old- of cnglui8 Ni w York Herald liny Foyer aiul Hummer Culds Victlmaof hay fever will experience great benefit by taking Fuleyi Honey hllhlllllluut breathing anuuedhtely md hon the inlliinel II passage and even if it should fall o cure you It will Rive you lutant re telt The Rtnulne is in a yellow package Sold ttj Jackson DruG 00 FOLEYSH- EYANoTAR originallAXATIVE For coughs colds throat and lung NoualcohollcGlXXl Tho genuine FOLEYS HONEY end TAR Is In a Yellow package Kcfu c ubstUute byFoleyJAOKSOISr DRUG CO GERMANGLEMJINGS Ocriunny uws tip iJ2TiOooo torts of potatoes yearly In silo ninnufiictnro of nlcoltol nut only K50000 tons of irmtii- AVIilto IIOJKW uro not now ttwtl In till OoriiMn army the Introduction of miiokolMx powder liuvliu nindo them too lOIIIIIcIlOU8 Iurauwl and onpturod by n crowd a HMIIII plckiiofkit plortdwl that ho Imd only stolen n l dvn puwo to tour his fnui Iy from Htarvutton the lady gave btu fW ami lime crowd gubfcrtbod another a The new three wheeled motor fire on glue of 111001111 Uvmmuy pinploy Ktwim for propclllttK nod fur pumplnir till pronnlllns gear being on mho front Whm1 llotli llquti c ilKinlo nril nnd bousltM iiro no l In fiturtln and quickly cettiiiK np stooinl- ltniMWor VUIIuui line approved tho great whcnio for the construction of a stiidhnn In Onmewftkl forest In thus outskirts of Unrtlii It U to be pravkleit I for limo public emit as iiroposwl will ho- t1 model of blue drools sUidlum with dully Olympian XOIhIHnJIIIICIiII I was literally oousliln mumysslf to depth nud lsd become to weak in leave niy bid and iiilsh urn prodlcpd llit I would never t arn It Bllv J but they got foolul fur ilmnks bo to led 1 was liKliired to try Dr KIngs New Dls e voy It i Hjk test four one Ihllorl- J Mlles to ootnptetvly aura the HIURI and restore me to BOH IIflh1I wrltwi Jlrf lien Ui nihi r of lmurto all lnrt Co 1 d This l hlKIf rtiuli tad rulileur and lienler of time throat multi liiiKJ It IIlls rllnl Plltl lIy Jaekxin Drug Cu tot anti 100 Trial b itlle e Nursery Donts r pgiit ylqur ffor1tlsnp I loiit ludnlre bin fnollstily Itont repel their little eolmMleuess flout hew your lenii r with HMMU IVmt get Impatient oven at their lutist wuonsenble yuestlan Dont glee way after you have Ml pltply pb tlietlt they Ipprt tot IIa etIm4- mistI Dont forget to encourage thorn and 0111Mlfu Pahl Sbit1 lit Danger Mor luau hull of iniinklnd over sixty years of n6 xutTrr feat kidney- andhelndderdlsurderstst tlly Ilarge in lit iif prostate gtnndi 1111 ii bath poijilnl nnd diii UniH nnd oleyn Kidney Cure tlioulJ be taken tl limo drat 811111 f dnnjjer RS It oorrecu ir regularltle4and has enml tautyold nun nf thU diiifntp llr Rodney our toll IVioKpirt 11s writes l I nif fend tvlllt enlarged pnutntu gland niul Kidney trouble fop ycur nml nftr tab Ill tWit botsle of Koleyit Kidne lure 1 real butter mbar 1 have lit tWtIIIIrears nl liiuuli 1 mn now 0t SI4 by Ji k+ nn Dmc 0 The Mohammedans Tho latest ovtlmnlcM Rlro the total nuinbor of Molmininoduns In time world us 200000000 Kep time niren span mKl lie skin clean wlnn you I QVU n CIII or burn ijrulti or Mrnleli DeWitt 0rbolzd Viioh IUz1 Fiilvo penetrate thin pares tnd lienls quickly told bj Inpiigiin Drug Go Reduced Rates VIA QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE ON THE 1ST AND 3111 TUESJl S OF EACH MONTjr LO MANY POINTS SOUTH TicketsIreturningtillFor iiirticulars vrito HC KING C PT A Lexington Ky RAILROAD TIME TABLES m L1ERAILWAY AVIXTKK TIMK TAVI H EKFKCrriVB NNOV181000NO 8 WEST HOUND Daily Daily Kv Sun egAM r r- Lv Jackson 0 10 2 20 O K Junutioii C 15 2 i- Klkntnwu G 20 2 ao Athol 6 10 2 I- Tullomi 0 JO 8 C- St Helens 0 60 U 11 I3eatlyille Junco 7 0T Jl 2U Torrent 7 80 J 41- Cuotplon TUllot 748 0 n7 Dundee 7 82 4 08 Filson S OS 4 14 Stnnton S 1R oJ2U Clay City S 21- 5LlMnnct I 85 100 r 07 Winchester t1 12- ArLexhmton 1r 20 n 55 G Oli 02 mlEAST HOUND DnHy Ihtily Kx Sun ImhlAMLv Lexington 2 95- Winchostcr 7 nr 110 818t- CL 13 hinct a 2S 8 20 Clay City 4 00 U 04 Stanton 410 010 lutson 4 2C D 22 Dundee 4ftT 081 Campion JtutOl 4 40 fI as Torrent 4 t7 0 Sd UonttyvilloJunot 818 10 17 St Helens 5 20 10 25 85iKltntnwit 0 00 11 10 0Ivlunot 0 10 II 15 I Ar Jackson 0 lf 11 20 CONNgC1IO L tJUXUTIOImills Nos 1 and t will iniiko connections with C 0 nor Mt Starling i CAMPTON JUNCTIONAllt- rains connect with Mountain Cen tall Hallway for Pino Ridge amid ClmlltollIi ItA Hor passengers to anti i Front Henttyville 0 it K JUNCTION Train+ No IoutuckyforCUAS scorr G P AI O IC K RAILWAY KKIIJCTIVK NOV 19 It10G WEST BOUND Daily Ex Sun IRT CIAKI II tItMII- A M I IIsIv Jnclwon 11 05 I 00 0 K Junction 11 lf J 10 Frozen U n 1 8 ra 1mulC eve I 188 H 12- Wllhuiw 111 f2 1I1111111tollt1 fll 105 Jose Fork 12 05 4 80 Leo City 12 18 4 45 Heleclmwa 12 10 4 55 Ar Cnnnel City 12 85 5 20 EAST HOUND Daily Ex Sun 2u ntAgs here OIAIH A toI M- Lv Cnnnci City 7 10 1 00 llcleuhawii 71n 117 Leu City 7 45 1 2JI Rose Fork 8 00 1 82 Hampton 8 24 1 44- Wi Hi u ret S Ui 1 51 r Vanulovo 8 17 1 C7- Froxcn 8 50 2 01 i O 1C Junction 9 25 2 25 1rtno 2S0 Sunday passenger train leaves Cannel City at 1 00 p m returning leaves Jackson at 4 00 p m- AI L CONLEV Gon 11Jr Mountain Central Depart Arrive- S 45 n m Campion 1180 n m 145 II m Campion 0 00 p m Arrive Depart- S 00 n m Campion Jnn 10 05 a m 1 00pm lain pton Jnn 4 10 p mil Mnkc connection with all LLim g1MII IIKtr trains a w KILTHB COUCH AND CURE LUNGSI wlTH gr Ti10 I New Disco ery I FUR cOUCHS OLDS patefur lno- Ttlll botUe Fret IGUARANTEEDSATISFACrORY Vlant a Parni OR A TOWN LOT e y- Our list of farm lands and town lots in cludes tho best in Breathitt county and Jacksons Vi I It doesnt cost you anything to get what you want through us If we havent got what you want we got i- tHAGINSBLANTON t REAL ESTATE JACKSON KY CAGiErE LJ ial Here We Arc I The Celebrated I i HANAN E3HOEI Tho Host on Earth I i PRICE S00PRIcEJ For Sale By DAY BROSOOJaoH- son L Kegtuelfy 1JltJUECr 1 we d T4TFORDYSPEPSIA s EZC DoWITT COMPANY CIIICAGO ILL JAG SON DRUG GOP oft 4T rerj Z