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I TM n 4 LL J Dest 1 dYC1t1S111 I I lIedhl111IIN I3REATHITr AND I v ueJ n J WISh HAOIKS Editor Publisher A NHAVSIAIKH DKVOTHD TO THIJ KyNrUOI11m ONE DOLLAR YKAIA IN ADVANCE r Kentucky Friday August 30 1907 j d wWM i M i 0 a 1 m 1F fit t CLEN OUT SAtE m s t i- w =m In order to make room for i d our lull goods YC have t the market a d itPJo nF Stock t fiWi of Mcns Boys Ladles and t F J + tt Childrens Readyto Wear ri Clothing Furnishings and + itTOtiOllS Jfi r- err article in our i- adi a 11 COSoT t1 f t This stile includes nIl our spring S mild summer goods and is the great Y- Ia P est money sHYing opportunity ever jj t j u1 offered to the citizens of this section jj Q r + i iF EUSTERaCl i vt d 0 tIt udMbddd bw bwm e u 52525 5 Z52Su257S2Sd S Sa SESa5Sc 252c5E52 a ITt OYU jAY President SAML lllM Ju Olshier c F P CKA WFOKDVieo PraymV S HOPPER Asst Cashier M P DAVIS Acting Cushier r rn tt2i2i i- r JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK ruJackson Kentucky rn Paid up Capital and Surplus 2735ooo u n fI C mwo solicit tho Banking Business and accounts orCLumber Maiiufaotuijers C Timber Dcalep c Business Men C iV4 Mercliants- i n Farmers m Estoru tfoutucky stud offer our Customers mtheC most TERMSWithin the limits of legitimate business == = c = = c = = COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTYuX S 52525 Sc5 5rSZ Sd 252 ar5Z Su 5Z 58 2 a c TH ESWJ Southern R9y OFFERS VERY LOW ROU- NDTHomeseekers Rates d rr Arkansas Indian Terrtiory I Louisiana i 1 Oklahoma Texas J tllirlTickets I LI days jof each month E writeA1 kSfcD pAr BYENi T PA LOUISVILLE KY i qt yr rrr y- l J 9I f iI L 1 l K I BREATHFTT JNTY NEWS1 curd PER VoitVJisoll NunlbeJ AIJILLUNIle1Ublican will address the voters of Brenthitt county at JACSON ONr I J The largest crowd that has attended public speaking since the Bradley campaign is eXetd Everybody regardless of past party nniIiatioilnle invited fa mnani ihr f J1 AND lIOr 1 BEN L BRUNER f Candidate for Secretary of State will conic to- Jackson 1 1lGaspcaking The Breath itt County Campaign Committee nssures V every one a good timo and that Mr Willgon will cn- l tertain them in laby t COME AND IIEAR THE ORATORS MEOPERICULO Peppered Paragraphs on Things Political if Not Not Otherwise IlYlvXATOK 1IEXJ SI EL- Iictirst nopublican gun of the caippalfjn was tired by A K Will son at Maysville last week That speech Was sublime eloquent n corker making the beginning of the most important campaign in thohistory of Kentucky politics It is not the speech of ntimcscrvcr n thimblori jjer a danwjjojjue or tin ollice seeker but that ofnn evangelist a patriot inspired by the righteousness of his cause the redemption of Kentucky from the grasp of a gang of greedy grafters und political freebooters Noth ing uncanny and cranky in that speech It Wits brimful of reason logic and common sense and Mr Willson mado his attitude on the liquor question clear anti plain and positive leaving no room for mis understanding or misconstruction with reference to his position Unreasoning extremists and those by pocritically pretending to bo interested in the extirpation root and branch of the saloon evil could not wish for more but when truly analyzed these are the dead liest enemies to the cause of tent perance o This is the Republican platform on the linuoriucsUon Wo favor the enactment and enforcement bt TV uniform local option law with the county as n governing unit nod in regard to it Mr Willson said On this platforn II accepted the nomination To tho fulfill ment of the principles of this putt forth I am pledged in letter and spirit and honor All my days I have striven sincerely and faithfully for temperance and I have practiced what I preached I have no record of taking the saloon mensmpnoYj thousands nil thoty 1rI J I i sands of dollars of it us lager has done while chairman of tho Democratic Campaign Committee to get into ollico and throwing them down I am most seriously and unrelentingly opposed to intemperance whether in tho man who parades as a temperance re former or in the victims of the habit of temptation 1 believe that it is necessary to guard against tho great evils which have followed the opening of saloons on Sunday when thousands of workingmcn illtrained in self control and unre strained in their daily work with their weeks wages in their pock I etc spend in dissipation thousands of dollars needed by their wives and families and Jill tho police courts every Monday morning with scores of cases costing the Commonwealth hundreds of dol lars paid by the tax money of tho people IThattho temperance o question is a in time present cam paign cannot bo gainsaid 51111 tho Democratic gung with nilof its adroitness in the game of politics cannot blindfold tho people of their belief that is tho supreme issue tho only issue demanding attention on the part of voters There arc others of equal moment and etui not bo dodgedas eager as Demo crats would have them slighted A political thief or robber is but a shadc more respectable than tho pickpocket I kayo but a little speck more confidence in Ule one than Ithavp in tho other One robs you of both your money and honor tho other robs you of but your money Well after taking the second thought I believe the pickpocket is tho safest man i1 whom to impose conti in the last analysis it is unwisoI and unsafe to trust either What is the record of Beckhara and fIa ger Let us brielly review theddirk trail of their political treacheries and olhco stealing lathe jfherao rable TayjorGgobcl campaiappjDf 0 t I I t SCE inko ti m ISJD John Marshall Republican was elected LieutenantGovernor over Bccklmm by above three thousand majority This is what Democratic election oilicors county boards and tho State board all partisanly Democratic so certified anti issued certificates of election accordingly But a majority of tho then Legislature was Goebely Democratic and Dcckham took his case before that awful highcourt I from which there was no appeal to bo hadand hind it to declare him I as bein r elected as LieutenantGov ernor but by what majority thatI court in it wisdom never did or could figure it out Bcckham ac I cepted the decision with pleasure knowing he was defeated by more than three thousand votes I want say itbut I indorse it as trueini- t recent decision the Court of Appeals tins declared that Ho who accepts a stolen ollico is no better than a thief linger worked a like robbing game on Walter tiny and forced himself into the ollico of State Treasurer So the high est authority siys Ho is no bet tar than a thiof Unless ho has reformed I do not have to believe otherwise Bcckham and linger a splendid pa rgcewhixparading as reformers Tho voter that can swallow thorn could swallow a polecat without winking an eye These Bwcct two political partners in perfidy mind in crime need to be retired to the shades of private life where they cats have a chance to ponder the urcentjiccessity and need of rcorming thernsielvcs be foro posing ai reformers of the people o 1 have up words of censure for the real timehonored Democratic iii rty tlme party jliat in the past hItS eon ah emblem of honor nnd glory scudding a high note of warning and importance in the or ichestra of National events its leaders being men ofr brains and ntellect imbued with unselfish oy1 p si L A W Y a The Largest Circulation 1 OF ANY PAPER IN THIS SECTION o CANNEL OITYJSAT AUG 1 31 i Jackson9 Mon Sept I A Giant Reflex of Creations Climax IvIarvelstFIRST ALL THINGS First in Merit First in Magnitude First in Magnificence SUN BROS 1 WORLDS PROGRESSIVE SHOWS V It is in every sonseQualitj Sixo and Variety A GREAT SHOW q r COMINGBY SPECIAL TRAIN FREE seestLS 2 IN Alwayjiprcscnting and txh bitI 6 ing performances novelties ders features that arc free froittlft x ld humdrum of the or I dinary tented performance Every idea bQ dig bright new and upto theminutc 16th YEAR M BETTER TItAN tu E1E1a50 Latter Day Mate and Female Artists 100 Finest HorSes Ever Exhibited 25 Diminutive and lceland Ponies 30 FirstClass Band and Orchestral Musicians 16 HighClass Clow sand White Face Funsters VERILY THE LIMIT IS REACHED HERE Magnificent Federation of Marvelously trained Elephants PoniesiHorses Camels Mules Dogs Monkics Hears Birds nail Lions J r 6 Grand Conclave of International Oymnic Equcstric Comedic Acrobatic High Wire Bicrcle Juggling Vaudeville and Statuary fJExpositors in acts of sterling worth performance of some traveling concerns l1m OX HAND KAIUA ALL VKKK DONT MISS THEM Complete L Unabriged I8h6PERFORMANCES Daily at tt11 DOOllS OlMJX AT 1 AND 7 P Mr royp t JElcctricnllried by tho Show 1 Vallt Farm OR A TOWN LOT r 14 4 f Onr list of fnritf lands and to rn lots iii chides the best in JBrcathitt c and Jackson = t cfy1YIt doesnt cost you btw-hat you want through us If e hay qt j got what yon a- uHAGINSBLANfTQlli n d get it REAL ESTATE JACKSON KY GO TO McCarty Moore FOR STONE and BRICKWORK Sieving and raising houses and all kinds of masonry work All work guaranteed 25GtU Jackson Kontyckyi1 f t f I Joit rlJ I ok tu 28p a FOR S iETt 0 It A house and lot on Main street of jh04sQtrees I will sellat a bargain WM BAILEY f lt OnI 1L + 4Pk- Y CT w It- t rP yqy f LJaR ty The Breathitt News SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE J VISE HAGINS EDITOR A H PATTON ATTORNEY AT LAW t3 c t OFFICE IN CRAWFORD BLDQ JACKSON KY i L I InS252S2525 a as2esrn ANOO PNyS IF N A Ne SeRGEoN IiiOP FICE IIOURS8 A TO 4 P n E1IN IIARQIfl BUILDING JACKSON KENTUCKY HHSESHSHSHSHSHSaSHSHSI J For Printing Phone 64 FRIDAY AUGUST 30 REPUBLICAN TICKE- For Governor AUGUSTUS E WILLSON of Louisville w For Lieutenant Governor W II COXaof Mason county For Attorney Generl 1 JAMES BUEATIIIT of Christian county For Auditor FRANK P JAMES of Mercer county For Treasurer CAPT ED FARLEY of McCracken county For Secretary of State DR BEN L BRUNEI of Breckinridge county For Supt of Public Instruction- J S UHABBE of Boyd county For Commissioner of Agriculture N C RANKIN of Henry county For Clerk of Court of Appeals NAPIER ADAMS of Pulaski county For R It Commissioner 3d Di A T SILER of Whitley count- yMEOPERICULO CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE motives to render a measure of faithful service in the cause of the public good It is the machine + the unscrupulous gangof self ser v ins politicians of the degenerated and degenerating Kentucky Dem ocracy of today with Beckham and Hager as the selfannointcdr 4 and selfrfppointed leaders strive i ing unmanfully to keep themselves entrenched in power by reason of their official positions and the ma nipulations and selfmade machine for the purpose that calls for cen 7sureand words of warning Much as time old Democratic party has boasted of being the specialcham amen of the common people those wlioTtjA Their living by the sweat t of their browlllisis abattle crv that party cannot longeTMVittTany show of sincerity resort to in its campaigns The machine has cut it out body and breeches do treeing that no man howeverhon i est however worthy shall be qualified for office or as a candidate 1 in a Democratic primary un less he is able to foot up a few thousand dollars So according to the newfangled rules of the machine none need to aspire to office unless he is lousy with money o The venom poison passion an prejudice of partisan cussedness forced Governor Taylor into exile from his beloved State a State- that did honor to itself in honor H ing hum with time highest office in the gift of its people aud to the 44 disl withouft mg tot melt sub ha taid rascality Iof iJusta gang feers arid office t robbers No more andno less 4 1 The srnart set of the Democrati c r machine bent on blood and the rf taking ofijbuman lif and human ri liberty without tralbr judge or r4 jury except a partisan judge and a packed jury wjth Bob Franklin acting as thecatspwJ9hobldc ri sous wOrk of 4 A to One of Itl troks7jf immunity ketrand lias wa kiID to e- Y 7 tIf t J yo bribe Governor Taylor hick to Kentucky by offering him a big slice out of the immunity trap catch They can falsely accuse Taylor of everything on the cal ender of crime and yummy but ho who accuses him of being a fool is both a poltroon and an idiot Governor Taylor has issued a statement lie spurns the offer of immunity he docs not ask for that he docs not want that kind of immunity and he offers to re turn if Franklins court will guar antee him a fair judge to bo mu tually agreed upon by himself and Bob Franklin a fair jury un packed being of upright men equally divided politically and no further use be made of the 100 000 blood money und allow him bail in any sum within 100000 Taylor has offered to do the manly thing and his thousands of Ken tucky friends will rejoice that he has offered to return to his first love upon terms so just and face his vile accusers nnd defamers I have always felt that he should return and that ho wouldreturn+ when assured of fair treatment shouldTpacked court and a packed jury and that 100000 It remains to bo seen whethor Bob Franklin has only been playing to the galleries for political effect or wheather ho really wants Taylor toiroturn to Kentucky or not and stand trial Let us hope that he isj really earnest about the matter arid will accept Taylors proposi tion which is all that any prose cutorcouldwant Shame on n prosecutor who is pigheaded lop sided and not tempered with jus tice and fairness to one and nil alike 0 Kentucky oh Kentucky The State of warriors heroes patriots- poets statesmen sages the lan of sentiment song chivalry and romance the land that gave to the world a Lincoln a Clay a Pren tice the Brccken ridges the Mar shalls the Carlisle the Lindsay a Beck the Blackburns and an L T llovcrmalo nnd a C C Fulks I long and pray to see an end to the chapters of Goebelism that so assd shame of the proud Common wealth A square deal for allan ill will to none is my wish BEREA COLLEGE Berea College has SOMETHING GOOD for every young man and young lady It has so mans classes nnd de partmenCs that each student can bo placed with others like himself and make most rapid progress TRAINING awn STKENGTII Do you desire them for teaching busi ness farm or household manage ment music use of tools and machinery no matter wvhat coma to Bqren TIlE TIME TO START is in the full September the eleventh Youcan hero your share in these great pleasures and advantages Do not let this chance and oppor tunity pass by nkiiproved Fin out loutit Write for beautiful new announcement and catalogue of students All questions an swered and friendly Jsreetings ex tended by the secretary WILL C GAMBLE BcreaKy Crockettsville Rash Sebastian and John A Turner have Aono to Jackson on business Mrs Robert Deaton who has been in ill health for some time is improving andI don to tho fair Turnetr attended tho memorial services at Canoe Saturday and Sunday Our school is progressing nicely with Miss Nellie Turner as teacher This is her third year in this dis trict and we do not want a better teacher Mrs Dan Turner has been vis iting her daughters Rosa and Nel lie here and also other relatives and friends Mrs Julia Bowling accompan ied Tby her husband from Jackson county is visiting her sister Mrs John A Turner The stock of goods of D B Rose ofCampion which was at Cached a few weeks ago by his creditors was sold by the Slierlff Tuesday by order ptthe court 2 i- A i r t t f o Jetts Creek Isaac Terry Sr of Turkey 5s no betterHenry McIntosh paid tho Masonic lodge at Jackson James II Johnson visited W K Terry last Saturday Simon Mcintosh passed here a few days ago with a nice drove of sheepElisha Terry who has been sick with the fever for some time is no betterElisha Johnson Jr one of our most popular nnd industrious young men is now working in Poll town rK Terry is erecting a skyscraper hero for his growing mer chandise business It will bo three stories in height S B Bryant of Athol is the contractor The Old Baptists are preparing for the largo crowd that is expected to assemble at the mouth of Jetts Creek tho first Saturday Iin September On the following day they will hold services at J B Mullins Terry John Evans of Jetts Creek was a visitor here Tuesday Mrs Lizzie Terry visited her sister Mrs Harlan Griffith Sun day Arch Crawford of Athol has been in this neighborhood buying sheep Marcus and Frank Bryant of Copo Branch attended church at Canoe Sunday Mr and Mrs John Noble of Owsley county were here on busi ness tho first of the week Mrs H N Rouse and Miss Lil withdThomas Griflith and family Mrs June Caudill visited her daughter Mrs Holland at Poll town Saturday and Sunday Miss Ellen Griffith of Turkey who has been confined to her room with fever for several days is im proving Miss Sights and Miss Margaret Herald of Herald were visiting at this place the first of the week Wewero glad to have these pleasant young ladies with us and hope they will come again Canoe Miss Bertha Hoskins of Jack soji visited Misses Sarah and Clara Callahan from Friday until Monday A horseback ride was highly enjoyed Sunday afternoon by some of the younger set of Canoe The following participated in the event Sarah Clara and Lizzie Callahan Bertha Hoskins and Green Spicer Letcher Spicer Elihue Reynolds Floyd Little Chester Griffith and Charley Callahan Clifton Sebastian entertained a number of his friends last Friday verydguests were Miss Bertha Hoskins of Jackson Misses Clara Sarah Bess and Lizzie Callahan Lula and Nnnnio McIntosh and Mary Sebastian and Millard and Elihue Reynolds Green and Letcher Spi cer Seldon Back Chester Grif fith Joel Sebastian Steve nnd Floyd Little OWSIKY COUNTY Booneville The cool mornings begin bin dicate that tho fall season is nigh Long Co havo begun to fur nish fresh beef and mutton to tho hungry The Owslcy County Teachers Institute just closed was In every way a success A new case of typhoid fever in town Hiram McCreary is con fined to his beda very sickman Bob Wilson of Lo Rose is said to bo sick with pneumonia fever Ho is about 05 years Cold and fears are entertained for his recovery Wm C Bowman about 60 years oldan old soldier and pensioner of Lo Rose died last week Ho had been ill for some time with a complication of diseases He leaves a wife and a large family v astNotwithstanding tho strong In dorsementof somautf the most pr minebt men of oUF COtfl rec oP tending the ftppolritraMtfSe 1 f M of + x- k T iA- a wt vacancy of justice of the pence in 1 this district of both II II Moore and II C Scale he appointed IIIJoodtho gentlemen recommended Wo have every confidence though in Mr Halls honesty and integrity and hope ho will make us an ef ficient officer Bruce Woodward who had been sickabout three weeks with fever died last Wednesday He leaves n young wife and a little child to mourn his loss besides u mother and two brothers Bob Woodward a merchant of Frenchburg Ky and J H Woodward of Knox vine Tenn lie was married to a- Miss Bales of Rosa Hill Va whose father Calc Bales was nt his bedside when ho died Ho was buried by tho Masonic Order to which he had belongedsince April 14 1900 when ho was made a Mason in Boonovillo Lodge No 425 Bruce was one of our most substantial citizens a prominent merchant a Christian gentleman and an honest man and his place will be hard to fill Peace to his ashes YALLKU BUITCHKS JJ2K COUNTY Pebworth Prof James Bother organized a singing school here Sunday M F Thomas and wife were visiting B M Cornelius and wife SundayBorn to tho wife of Hobert Gray on the 21st inst a girl and the father is stepping high Floyd Begley and Henry Ar nold attended the skating rink Saturday night at Boaltyvlllo pad Floyd came home Sunday with a sprained ankle T II Jones Deputy State Organizer for the Jr O IT A M with the help of the Bcattyvillo lodge organized a lodge nt this place on the 23rd inst called the Elk City Council No 23 with 41 members Who can boat lt1 Those in attendance from Beatty vine lodge were Henry Norman Henry Plummer Tony Perkins Lewis Evans Sherman Porter William Colo Charles Sternberg William R Hull Wilgus Hall Tilmnn Shanks Hiram Begley L D Arnold and Henry rlrnol- tlFincastleI D B King has put up a stock of groceries near here The Quarterly meeting is not crowded to suffocation John Combs has gone to White Ash to work in tho mines Sounds like wo are to have a wedding in our neighborhood soon S B Slmckelford of Lee City I was here from Saturday till Monday Logan Slmckelford has bough- two yoke of work cattle from Tom McCall Bud Thomas and wife have gone to housekeeping near Uncle George WilliamsJeff of Zachariah was visiting tho Juniors hero Saturday night- J K Gentry and wife arc visit ing their son S P Gentry a BeattyvilleMiss Beatty of Beatty ville is visiting Mrs J II Kin caid this week A B Akers and wife were vis icing her parents at St Helens from Saturday till Monday Crate Kincaid thinks ho is one of tho leading merchants since ho handles tho Star Brand shoes Clark Williams is putting up new house near the signboard I seems that the signboard ridge is waking up Jacob Kincaid has bough a farm near Beatty villo of M II Court fey Guess Jako will want a housekeeper next Tilford Kincaid has purchased Frank Johnsons farm and Is repairing the buildings so as to make them comfortable for a now hou- sekeeperTIIE RANGER County Rights For Sale- I jkant to sell the patent right ofBreathitt county to some good m nfor ten years to sell the Com Smoothing Iron For further particulars call on or ad dressS at the Jack rpa Gallery Jackson sitr 1 43tt J7flc C i t 1oj7 yr w t ct I Jttrys A Birthday Party Miss Una Gray llngins dl1ughj ter of Rev Joseph 1I11 wife entertained in honor of her tenth Birthday on tho 19 inst from 3 to G p m at the manse Twentyone of her littlo friends wero present to enjoy the amusements and festivities A number of nice presents were received Much amusement was afforded the littlo folks in trying to extinguish tho ten lighted candles over tho birthday cake nt ono blow t Ices nnd cake were served Tho I color scheme was pink and white J Miss Martha Nichols Mesdamcs J P Jarvis J IL Ward and G B Cannon assisted in entertain ing When the goodbyes were said this guests were unanimous in wishing Miss Una Gray ninny happy returns Oxford Cor Georgetown News G B Neace of Ned was here tho first of the week attending court FOR SALE One live room dwelling houso on Lincoln avenue with good well I good young orchard and chicken lot nil fenced off The lot fronts 130 feet on Lincoln avenue and I 107 feet deep Will sell cheap arid on easy terms Call on FRANK KASH Jackson Ky Heres A Show Worth Your While A carnival amusement event of much importance will be the ap pearance in Jackson on Monday I September 2 of the renowned Stun- Bros Worlds Progressive Shows This quality and uptodate ex i hibition as it is known throughout America is this season presenting a performance that is conceded by competent critics both of the pub lie and press to bo one of unusual excellence and notable for the many all feature acts offered The programme is also noticeable for the ninny diversified trained ani mal nets including Maud the comic ropo walking mule that actually walks forward and back ward upon a tight rope placed at a height of 10 feet Probably ono of tho acts that will interest the children and their elders as well and will cause the greatest enthusiasm is time Sun herd of comedy and military ele phants These big brute actors perform with remarkable precis ion military drills comedy scenes tcrpSschorean revelries and other odd concerts Other acts of in terest arc The groupo of proudly prancing cakewalking horses an ponies tho troupe of acting and acrobatic dogs tho coterie of edu cated Shetland and Iceland ponies the congress of international clowns all of infinite jest and mer it tho five juggling Lambertos the four Graceful Groh Acrobatic Troupe the four La Posquo Troupe speciatl a diversity of acrobats juggling kings and queens of the wire fear less tnipczists cquestric special ties boneless mart Ies bicycle experts and general arenic perform antes Ono of tho biggest and best bands of music comprising all American musicians furnishes the harmony at every performance andtm Seats will be provided for all and unformed ushers will be in at tendnnce to look after the patrons At night time the tents are electrically lighted Tho Sun Shows como here highly endorsed by the press of neighboring towns and will doubtless receive Its share of business and approval while in Jackson Stop with Hart Bros at Reed Lexingtont R A CHILDERS WITH JOS Q REED DRY GOODS CO PORTSMOUTH 0 Solicits the trade of time mountain people Ho will bo- AT JACKSON EVERY flO DAYi Dealers will be notified by postal SaVe your orders for him Ho will save you money fob 1 ly W H HendersonA- yres Street Opp Pot Office LEXINGTON KY DEALER IN Grain Seeds Feed Wheat Rye BarlellOAts and Corn Clover KentuQk Blue Orchard Grua Hungarian H y Straw do Hill irked 1 f JII VS 1gC- d y HTIJE BEST NEWS 3- 1 In the Paper TodayjrIs 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 inaccessible corners and Joints where dust collect In alt wooden and create a condition of uncleanlincii would not tolerate If you would stop to think about it There ate no crevices nor Juinu in Sanitairc germi havent a chance in sr cID 1MARKrci rr fIw I3- 4i urge their use Mot artistic in design and bnutitully finished In scores of stylesSnowy hiteIt Sanitaite 011and otherexclusire finishes that have bets famous you will find that each and every one liai a fine smooth highly polished and perfect tanitary finIsh PRICES 250 TO 500We Have on Hand a Large Supply of FURNITUItEV t Doesnt your house need brightening up j a bit Come and see our line and let us supply your wants Every piece or suite is carefully selected and exquisitely finished The less expensive kinds have the same j style finish and workmanship as the more expensive kind We can please everyone THERE IS NO NEEDF- or any woman goingoff to tho cittua or patronizing dmail order houses to buynice wearing uppanl when you can find them in this store and at a loss price thitn you pay elsewhere Como in nnd lot Miss KlHio Elkins show you our stock of Kino Dross Goods Fulks White Goods Laces Embroideries Notions Skirts Ilosiurjamid in feet every thing needed by a woman to complete her outfit Onr stock is complete nnd prices moderate t Our Millinery Department i Contains tho seasons boat styles in Pattern lints and Trimmed Millinery Our limits are of sterling quality ex 0 port workmanship era undo to fit tho head perfectly and are sold within tho roach of all they satisfy time demands of tho most practical Wo have on hand at all times n select varietywhich wo invito public inspection Miss Margaret Basket will bo pleased to supply your wants RUGS MATTINGS AND CARPKTS CarpetsWe i COOK STOVES AND RANGES- It always has boon and always will bo a womans delight to have a stove or n range that M a perfect baker Our supply hns more good qualities than wo have space to enumerate Try one of ours and youll ho convinced I GROCERIES AND CANNED GOODS Our stock includes a great big lot of attractive Staple and Fancy Groceries Our shelves are now roploto with tho finest lino of canned goods on time market and you can depend ou them Theyre fine When you buy coffee and flour you ought to know theyre good Wo assure you both coffee and Hour bought hero will be right they lend to the attractiveness of living A real luxury at any season is ono ofour delightful hams The best line of Mens and Womens Shoes in Jackson Also a complete line of Mens Clothing and Furnishings D t For n liberal share of your patronage we promise good values polite attention and unbounded appreciation z DAY BROS CO WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 1JACKSON KENTUCKY f4 tI a rf A L yJ The Breathitt News IlitillNlicd Every Lrldny CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAR J WISE HAG INS EIIITOU For Printing Phone 64 Dr Hardin Hurst Physician Surgeon Office In R A Hurst Office I Bull ding Jackson Phone 58 Monday is show day Try sonic of those nice steaks at- C Hncldcns Monday September 9 will be a redletter day hero W J Cliildcrs of Filmore was here on business Saturday I have the nicest line of Fresh Candies in Taclcson G Haddix Mrs Johnson of Sterns is vis itinj her sister Mrs Robert Me Daniel T E Calhoun of Stevenson way visiting friends hero the first of the week Go to C Madden when you want anything In the meat or tiro eery line J U Jones and family loft last Monday for a weeks stay at the SWIUIKO Springs Mrs Tolbert Hudson who has been ill with typhoid fever for several weeks is convalescent Phone 17 for Green Means To matoes and nil kinds of Fresh VcjicUiblcs G Ilmldix A C Oliver former editor of The Campton Courier was here on business Tuesday and Wednes day liar Henry C May has been appointed administrator of the estate of his father 1113 May de t sensed Rev Joseph M Walters of Scitz passed through hero Mon tiny on his return from the memo rial meeting at Cnnoe Fork J 1l Snowdcn and wife re turned from Crab Orchard last week where they had been visit ing Mrs Snowdens parents G M Xcace and John M Hob erts have grove into partnership in the tio business at Ned They will treat their customers right Mrs Emma Lovely of Itous scan was hero this week having dentist work done and stopped at Mrs Ellen Spiccrs while in town Tho many friends of Miss Emma Crawford will be glad to know that she is doing nicely Sho is improving as fast as could bo ex pected The case against Elbert llargi Dill Britton and John Abner un der indictment for the murder of Dr H D Cox wets passed by Judge Moodat Sandy Hook until October r It is proposed to mako the ser vice at the Christian church on next Sunday morning of especial 1 interest to tho old folks They are mdst kindly invited to be present and join in tho worship 1 Capt S B Smith of Booth has sold about 300 acres of his timber land in Wolfo county to Broadhcad Garrett of Winches ter This is said to be one of the best timber tracts in that section James C Roberts and G P Ilisncr of Stevenson Mrs D M Ilisner of Robbins and Elihuo Clemons of Clemons returned Wednesday from Oklahoma and Indian Territory where they had been visiting relatives and seeing tho country r L Woodward of Dayton 0 has taken charge of S D Fleen a ors jewelry store and will conduct the same during Mr Fjecnors absenco Ho is u soninlaw of I a Rev W W Green and will move his family here Ho comes wolf recommended for business qualj- t fications as woll as to general good Ift g character J BHa HBWI M New Barber Shop W H Whitakor has rented tho S II Stidhnm building corner of Broadway and College avenue where ho has opened up a barbershop f eak l9f end 15 cents at Cr U addens 4 Ii rC w 1 r r x Sheridan Carpenter Dies Sheridan Carpenter died at the home of his father on Quicksand creek August 28of consumption after a long illnes- sWarning to Overseers Judge Taulbeo desires the over seers of roads to take notice that he will expect them to put their roads in good order us soon as possible It is his intention to spend a good portion of his time for tho next few weeks in going over the county to see what tho overseers ore doing and to make such suggestions and orders as he may think necessary for the im provement of tho roads Marriage Licenses The following marriage licenses have been issued since our last publication Millard Lodford of Vaughans hills and Elvira Miller of Oak dale Muck Spencer and Miss Flor ence Pratt both of Frozen Kelly Prater and Miss Polly Ann Smith both of Boxer Nice roast s 1a to 12 i cents at C Hoddens A Heavy Docket This has been n busy week both in tho county court and Quarterly court Monday looked more like a circuit court crowd than a county court one The docket in both courts was very heavy and the court has been engaged with it all the week with tho result that several lines have been imposed and several held to answer in tho circuit court There have been several hung juries but very few acquittals Mrs S H Hurst Worse Reports comes from Frozen that Mrs S II Hurst has taken change for the worse and is now seriously ill She was taken to Louisville in the early summer for skillful medical attention and it was be lieved when she returned homo that there wore prospects for her recovery Owing to tho recent change for tho worse her immcdi diato family has been called to her bedside Tier daughter Mrs R E Mason of Alabama arrived in Jackson Tuesday evening on her way homo A Birthday Party Mrs J B Marcum entertained birthday party Tuesday evening at her home on north Court street in honor of her son Thomas Mar cum in ono of the most elaborate social affairs of the season in Jack son The house and grounds were handsomely lighted and decorated and presented brilliant appear ance The evcninir was spent in numorou games and pasttimes and in vocal and instrumental music Miss Sallie Hurst of Campton presiding at the piano for most of the evening At ten oclock tho party was led to tho dining room where tho table was tastefully arranged with an immense urn of red nasturtium surroundedwith a bounty of fruits cakes and ices Mrs Marcum presided here handsomely appareled in black assist ed by her daughter Miss linogeno in serving tho refreshments and confections It was a most delightful evening and when the party dispersed for homo all were loud in praises of tho hostess and tho charming evenings entertainment The guests present were Misses Minnie and Sallie Hurst of Campton Miss Florence Pat rick Misses Violette and Myfahwy Davis Cora Ewing Gertrude Pat rickand W IJ Welch of Stan ton and E C Kash TJY Red wino W S Hogg Martin T Kelly Grannis Back Mr Green Kelly Kash Frank Wilson of Marietta 0 and U C Ronan of Cincinnati For good coffee go to Haddi- xANNOUNCEMENT To time voters of tho 92nd Legis lative District of Kentucky com posed of tho counties of Breathitt Magoflin and Lee I desire to an flounce that I am a candidate for tho office of Representative in said district subject to tho action of tho Democratic party If I am granted the nomination I will make a thorough canvass of tho district and feel sure that I will be elected and if elected I will represent tho best interests of all the district I was born andreared in Breathitt county and now live in Magoflin county and am identified with the best interests of the mountain people JM WALTERS e Jr r Y SCHOOL OPENS SEPT 2 In Lees Collegiate Insti tuteNew Faculty The college is under an entire now management and a successful years work is planned To make the school a success the hearty support and encouragement of tho good people of Jackson is neces sary Tho school is yours the teachers are working for you and your childlnIis a man of broad education and wide experience as a teacher The work is so well planned that he will have especial charge of the Normal classes Mrs Crego also a college gradu ate and an experienced teacher will assist in the Collegiate and Normal departments She will also have classes in reading elocu Lion physical culture drawing and water colors for any who may desire lessons in these subjects Miss Ryland well known to the people of Jackson is matron arid will have charge of the Domestic Science department tier work is of the highest order bliss Jaeck will have tho Inter mediate department She was very successful last year and will be welcomed back Miss Smith an experienced pri mary teacher will teach the Pri mary department- A competent music teacher will bo in charge of tho music depart mffiLIHays have charge of the boarding department tho same as last year The dormitory has received a now coat of oaint and tho walls of tho dining room are being painted while the whole building will be thoroughly cleaned and in readi ness for time opening of schoolI Think twice before sending your boys and girls to some other school Your children willre ceive as good instruction in nil de pnrtments right hero at homo as can bo given in any other school in Kentucky The principal will be very glad to answer any questions in regard to tho work of the school Write call and see him or send him word and ho willcall and see you On Monday morning tho school will bo organized then adjourn till Tuesday when the regular work will begin Wilmoro Creamery Butter tho best made at Haddixs Births Born to Mr and M rs Walker Cole twins Born to Mr and Mrs Tester man Back on Augu st 2lth a girl Born on tho 29th inst to Mr and Mrs T M Bosworth u girl Funeral Meetings The funeral of America Howard will be preached time third Saturday and fourth Sunday in Septem bor at the grave on Quicks and bv Revs J M Walters and A C CooperTho funeral of Nancy Strong mind Belle Davidson will bo con ducted at tho Strong grave yard near the mouth of Lost Creekon time fourth Saturday in September by Revs J M Walters A C Cooper and R B Landrum Juniors at Lost Creek The Elk City Council No 28 at Pebworth has been exceeded by two members Mb Zion Council No 22 Jr O U A M was or ganized at Lost Creek Tuesday night by Eld J D Hunter with 43 members Time following of ficers were elected James G Bolin Councollor Wick Dayton Jr P C Sol Noble Treasurer Richard Bowling Financial Sec rotary D P Strong Recording Secretary Thomas Iladdix Chair mean Board of Trustees Notice to Wool Growers II S Chapman representing the Phoenix Woolen Mills of Lox ington will bo at Elkatawa oh Saturday September 7 1907 for tho of receiving your wool for carding or manufacture into cloth All orders no matter how small will receive tho most careful at tention 4315 SHERIFFS EXECUTION SALE By virtue of execution No29G in favor of time Commonwealth ofI Kentucky vs Mary Robbins execution No 297 infavor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky vs Mary Robbins and execution No 298 in favor of tho Commonwealth of Kentucky Jva Mary Robbins 4 d IN OUR SAVINGS BANK And see them grow Dimes grow into Dol larsOn them we pay 3 per cent interest and they will soon grow into a competency ITS ALL IN THE START Now Is the Best Time Dont be one of those who are always going to do DO IT NOW Plant your dollars here and see them grow JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK JACKSON KENTUCKY L Jand execution No 290 in favor of tho Commonwealth of Kentucky Mary Robbins which issued from tho Clerks office of the Breathitt Circuit Court and execution No 2G in favor of the- Commonwchh of KcntuclS Thurstoil Robbins and John Wyatt and execution No 237 in favor of the Commonwealth Kentucky vs Thurston Robbins and John Wyatt and execution No 2i1 in fa vor of tho Commonwealth Kentucky vs Thurston Robbins undI M A Spencer and execution No 212 in favor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky vs Bill Howard and Thurston Robbins which issued from the Clerks oflico of tho Breathitt Circuit Court now in my hands for collection I or one of my deputies will on I Monday Sept 23 1907 between tho hours of 12 oclock- m and 2 oclock p m at time court house door in the town of I Jackson Breathitt County Ken tucky expose to public sale to tho highest bidder time following property or so much thereof as may bo necessary to satisfy tho amount of the plaintiffs debt in terest and costs and Sheriffs coin missions towit A certain tract of land lying and being in Breathitt county Ky situated on tho waters of Coles fork of Cane creek Beginning at a rock on tho left handof Coles fork and running up time hill with the fence and agreed linn between James Iladdix and Cnvlin White to a point in and with the fence where it now runs around in the tint thence leaving said fence and running straight up the point to Mary Millers line thence running back around the head of school houso hollow with Mary Millers line and said Iladdix and Mary Millers wire fence on tho dividing line to tho K U Land Companys lino continuing witht- ime i wire fence to Mack Howards lino and down the hill with the wire fence to Park Bullocks and Robert Whittakers corner thence I running with said Whittakers lot lino to John Wvatts lot line thence with said Wvatts line to main Cane creek thence up Cane creek to Coles fork thence up Colos fork to the beginning ex eluding from tho above boundary the land conveyed by Mary Rob bins to Nancy Howard by deed of October 12 1100 levied upon as time property of Vary Robbins mind Thurston Robbins a defend ant in said execution Terms Sale will be made on n credit of six months bond with approved security required bear jug interest at tho rate of six per cent per annum from day of sale and having the force of a replevin bondAmount to bo made by this sale 30081 advertising 1400 Witness my hand this the 29th day of August 1907 BKECK CUAWFOUD SB C By S II FUOATK DS SHERIFFS SALE By virtue of execution No 351 I isjsuedBreathitt Circuit Court lor ono of my deputies will on Monday Sept 23 1907 between the hours of 12 oclock m and 2 oclock p m at the courthouse door in the town of Jacks6n Breathitt county Ky to public sale to time hi heM biddler the following proportyosoruch thereof as may bo nocossairy to satisfy the amount of plaintiffs debt interest and costsmtusv A tr tjQ ettn i Ia 2 rw J- i Iel I Breathitt county on the North Fork of time Kentucky Quicksand creek at tho Quicksand creek beginning northu black oak and beech on tho side of the said North Fork Kentucky river at a snail drain about two hundred yards below time mouth of Quicksand creelI thence northwest about 180 poles to a stake in tho line of the square itat the Meetinghouse branch thence down the branch with its meanders to the mouth thence up main Quicksand creek to tho mouth of South Fork thence up said South Fork to tho old lino of said surveyor square thence with said line which is Jesse Spurlocks old line to an oak and pine on the rice passing by a dogwood and hickory corner of said Spurlocks land and Backs hind on Spurlock Inm1ISpurlock thence from the oak and pine down tho river with its meanders to the beginning Levied upon as the interest in tho property of Breck Combs and Sum Combs defendants in this Ii fa Terms Sale will be made on credit of six months bond with approved security required bearing interest at tho rate of six percent per annum from day of sale and having tho force and effect of a replevin bond The amount to bo made at this cost10f19 1007BUFCK CltAWFOIlD S B C 11 S II FUOATK D S Sheriffs Execution Sale By virtue of Venditioni Exponas in favor of Floyd Day vs Marion Lawson which issued from the Clerks oftico of the Breathitt Ci tosr or ono my t ties will o- nMonday Sept 23 1907 oclockIexpose to public sale to the high cst bidder the following property or so much thereof as may bo necessary to satisfy time amount of the plaintiff debt interest and costs and Sheriffs commissions town A certain tract of land in Breathitt County Kentucky on the North Fork of tho Kentucky river below tho mouth of Frozen creek in said county beginning on the south silo of said river nt the mouth of a branch a corner of Win Lawson deceased thence up tho point on time lower side of the branch with said Lawson lino to the head of tho branch thence easterly keeping the livid ing ridge between Mill creek and said branch to a stake on tho top of the ridge at the head of tho first branch above tho beginning thence wcstwardly running down said branch with Its meanders to its mouth thence with tho river to tho beginning levied upon as tho property of Marion Lawson a defendant in said execution TermsSalo will be undo on a credit of six months bond with approved security required bear ing interest at tharute of six per eentt per annum roammammy of sale ugdhlvingthG force and effect of a The amount to bo made by this sale is 17927 IGiven under my hand as Sheriff of Breathitt countyUtiis Augu 194007 Sr ItI 3JBKBOK CiuwjroKD S Bp rP7JThf9T f r- f rC I J rr1a r PETERSSHOES THE SHOESP BTheyre the Shoes you should call for if youI get comfort style and wear at a M reasonable price Theyre built in specialty j factories from the most carefully selected j materials over lasts that conform properly f 3 with the lines of the feet Li 1 p NOTE THE PRICES 1ditAC FGRUSn j PETJ1Sq1 Ladles Pat i h1CO tip Bluchers 1 50 SI OU SMens 5Kid Vici 2 25 2 50 ij t I t Mens Patent Calf 3 50 to 4 50 I Ladies Heavy Shoes very thing r rffor 1 65 to 1 85 J I these goods are really worth from 25icent more than our prices per pair I IAll S T U LEEb 00 o oofIffi W I 1- lIt MIXED1 J t PAINTS w W W w rust received a full line tt t 1t t which we guarantee t g 1 tlF JJirl H 1 If T Will cover more space last m 1r1V fH1 any other paint made Call and see color cards and get fl t prices VI sL 1ait g eeee c = E i del V Oee miY ofo toCS JI11 iw c n G O i i iYou Will Get All Thatsi z Io Qj ru Coming to Your bgrl bk t THERE IS NO FAKERY iij i FIn our method of business for every dollar isrWI return o We Believe in Square Tieatment t Your moneys worth all tho time We might ouseup a page of space talking about our goods I n you wouldnt know how good they are fC011E TO OUR STORE I t iSoyou can see for yourself thats tho surest way to 0 m Wi Crawford Co 1 A t JACKSON KENTUCKY = 4- i a MONUMENTALHeadstones and Markets r j W1F My line ofjdesigns cye the latest and I can Isprepare speci lideas pre scaled by my customers vIf in need of work in my j idropR1 M1SH1EL V l 1 t f lup 1ocatocl Near the erldgorJan iKYt r IJ t l ij 1 p AHe f P- r 0 c 7cTi Not In the Army After All A Methodist negro cxhorler shouted Como up cu Jlno do army ob do LohdlI done Jlncd replied one of the congregation Whnrd yoh JlnoT asked the ex liortcr In do Bnptls chucb Why chile yoh nlut In the army I Voha In do navy A BOY TO BE PITIED God help the boy who never BOOB The butterflies the birds the bees Nor hears the music of the breezo When zephyr soft are blowing Who cannot In sweet comfort Ue Where c10vVLlooms are thick anti And hear the gentle murmur nigh Of brooklets softly flowing1 God help the boy who does not know Where nil the woodland berries grow Who never sees the forests glow When leaves are red nnd yellow Whose childish feet can never stray For auch a hapless boy I say When nature does her charms display God help the little fellow I Nixon Waterman TheSun a Foreigner Suuwt Coxs most successful sallj nt his opponents In congress was his resolutions against tree sunshine made whenJhcro was n fight on against low ering tho duty on coal Ilcsolvcd That nil windows cky lights Inside anti outside shutttrs cur tnlna and blinds shall bo permanently cloned as also all openings holes chinks clefts and fissures through which the light fliRt heat of the sun have been allowed to enter houses to the prejudice and Injury of merkorlouf miners nnd dealers In gas coal to protect domestic Industry Tor tho sun is a foreigner 4 ex plained Mr Cox lIe comes lrr01l abroad and we must shut out thiili1- or t tho sun In order to gratify these 1ennsylrnnla gentlemen who havo a monopoly of this article of coal His Secret You ought not to work such long hours Surely your boss can get nlon without you part of the time Sure ho can but I dont wnnt him to find I tout 3 The Pot and thertCettle A portly German of obvious Hebraic nncestry boardid TJroadway car Hi handed the coSductor a ruddy faced Irishman a transfer not good An that particular llne Tho Inevitable wrangle foll6wedjnwb1ch much vehement Ian d f iguage found expression colored with n strong Hibernian flavor ind nn un mistakable Teutonic accont At lei tho fat German rose but before lleft tho car shook his fist lii the conductors face and exclaimed with profound contempt You You ore no Aiherrlcau cltlsscnt You have not yet lost jour brocquetLlppin cotts l Alls Fair In Love and War jA soldier belonging ton brigade 4 command of a general who believed n celibate army askedpermlssionlp marry ns he had two good conduM badges nnd money In the savings banlr Well gp5nway said the general L nnd If you como hack to mo o ycrtr from today In the same frame of mlnjl jbu shall marry Ill keep tho vn cantfy rOn the anniversary the soldier rc plated his request lint do OU really after a year waul to innrryZ Inquired the general IiI n surprised tone fYes sir very much Sergeant major take his name i lIejcrhclleellIn man or woman IllgTit face jiHck J inarchiiAs the man room turning his head lunfnld Tliank you sir but It Isnt the same woman Toadies Homo Journal 0 I l What en Amendment May Do Snob an amendment said Senator Tlllman during n debate would de ntmy the bills meaning as the mean 5lug of the epitaph on old Jfthn TJUiail8 tombstone was destroyed Z1t- ieatnciLtZflt was tacked to rpltaph coiwIsteuMf oo J011II81 friend It was vutoThiho night The epitaph before fUat read c He did his bat Na Need for Pensions t A traveler In the orient who was picking up material for a book asked a piubn Is tho civil service like our Z 1 An there retiring allowances and pen II Mni My Illustrious friend replied the I pasha Allah Is great and the public functionary who stands In ncwl of n fcrlltlrlng allowance when lila term4 orIj VolUce expires Is n foolW c f Fox Hunting In a Greenhouse Tho only fox hunting I have over I J tolle was on boanl an Impetuous tough niotlihetl fore and aft horse that had 4 emotional Insanity As I was away from home and could not reach my j 4 own liorse I was obliged to mount n inteliectualttril tatyoll could set a Shanghai hen III TisUjliorBe ns soon ns thepack e roe Into a full crj climbed over n a4Afeiiie thai had wrout Iron briers on 1 Iii a cornfield1llUbtl hIs Iliad t 5r tII ouglin sero and yellow puuii filn M hlehiiib wore the rest of the day JrfHh Vitvcn ynrils of pumpkin vim wtttjujug out behind and aWay wo 4 dh hertcrosR onnto1 Irronlued mounted because I tinted I 0 tosauSit In pies J Wo Ol hot see the foijtiut vc BIIW l i nliiot o rytliliit elm J rciifeinler hlroigll II Iwl sennil how I 1 r i tJiti ALIlor1iilthlnperlIrougIi t l1to whlJ tbo rl4lutj and l llnt1 Jack rte IkS up 4 thiiigJ1 r ndloi to smell tho uiaxhcd and niusstJ up ialsnp otte iiid tho last fnjgiiliit sigh ucllo tr C 6tfJIboa Lowe wbUI Car Lliy Jilt of tho hoa hoUy hUI- Ing th rceknSf t the nn 11g eoIUlJ I J4tJft 11wI hfJt r f f t J rt Et r r t VJ music Is Joy to tublumfsrinlirs Heart UlllJNye One on the President When President Hoosevelt ntlghtctl nt Ited Hill Va to seo lila wifes new oottago liu notIced that an elderly WOo man was about to board tim train and rushed forward to nsslst lice That done ho grasped her hand fluId gave tall executive shako The woman snatching her hUll away exclaimed Young man I dont know who you are and I dont care n cent but I must say you are the fresh est somebody Ive over seen lu those parts Isaac and the Annul Old Isanewns devout Christian It was his custom when his work vas done to retire to his caliln and devote himself to worship until bedtime mil earnest and frequent nnnouucemonts that lie was always ivady to meet hi Ijiwd hind been KO often heart thut some boys decided tojcst Isaacs faith Ono night while he was under full headway 0 Lawd wo know dy hong tmfrln fur Ills benilcd sinner but we reel 0 Lawd dat In dy love we with bo upahed dy vnnglns and rat We lire III ways rertdy Iawd at dy blddln to cum nnd meet dy angel CinbrYl Send him 0 Lawd wld his shlnln trumpH his rpbo3 ob glory and his crown ob life and tithe dy roll sahvont Into dy vlneyhnVr Isaac IsaacI conic In deep sepul chral tones down the chimney Amenl pofljy said Isaac closing his prayer abruptly and rising with fear and trembling Isaac Isaac came the still dread fultones Whohohoa lInn stammered time awe stricken negro The angel of the Lord has come for Isaac Isaac hesitated and then with n show of cnforccdfamrage It came- oj Iawd bless you dut phI nigger WIkllThe Reporters Version When fleltcotiImnli Hpton Sinclairs Utopian coloiiy buniotl down among thOi p Itijuivd was ITrs Grace Mac Cowan Cooke the will known nuthor A yjoutjiful roporter on one of time big Ncyr York dallies eager to get his tory In tho first edition wrote lair riedly that Grace MneGownn the opk suffered from serious burns f Which reminds Upplncotts of n typogrnphfcnl error In one of Kiln Wheeler Wilcoxs poems Time author ind wrlttetin sonnet containing this line My BOUlTis a lighthouse keepr To hcriamnzemcnt the verse rend In rlnt My soul I s a light housekeeper J Decidedly Slouchy Xo 6aid Xuritch 1 aint no dune Clothes dont make tbe man you know tXo replied 1eppoy but many of you self made men look as if you had also made the clothos Philadelphia Proas Aheadof the Railroad We are apt to think that a great city containing the comforts nnd elegancies of modern life cannot exist without railroads at its gates IJogota tile capital of the republic of Colombia is an exception flawing a population of 125000 line residences excellent schools un colleges literary artistic and must cal societies clubs polo tennis balls dinners elegant society that knows tile Parisian fashions Bogota lies on a plateau which no railroad has yet reached There is however a short railroad on the plateau it self but to get tolt by the most used route one must journey two anti a half days on muleback Another wayof approach reducing the mule ride to ecvcti or eight hours requires several days of river navigation But the railroad is coming although late Youths Companion Road Legislation In Arkansas JThe Joint resolution Xo Introduced n tho general assembly of the state of Arkansas by Kepresqntallvo Ifunr was duly passed nnd was olxncd by tbu governor May 23 1007 This resolu tion Is considered the most Important of the good roads measures passed by the assembly says time Good Hoads Magazine It provides for a change In the constitution so ns to allow cities of tho first and second class to Issue bonds for road building and for pur poses of general Improvemout nnd counties tot purposes of Improving their hIghways This measure in or der to make It effective must be earned in the election two years hence Some Words With the Cook lIt wns n sail faced American tour ist anti as he Heated himself In n I on don restaurant ho was immediately nt tended by nn obsequious waiter I want two etKJs Raid the Amcri can ono fried on IIUe side nnd one on the other 4 Ow Is that sir Two eJIJono fried on oiiQgJilo nnd ono on time other Very well Blr Time waiter was gone Rovcrql min utes When ho returned his face wa n study Would you please repeat your bor Iler sIrT I said very distinctly two eggs ore fried on one sUe and one on time other Oppressive silence and thou n ilazcd Yea well sir This tluio he was gone longer and whtfn he returned he said anxiously Would it bo nwsklng too much sir tpnvo you repeat your border sIr I cjtwnt think I no It right sir y know s Two egp said 1imWcnn sad ly and IMorenud fainter Very well sir ThIs Ime ho was gone still Ibhjer fItbnttoiface scratched oJ1tl bleadLig JeiYiover time waiting patron ho whispered beseechingly Would you mlad tyklnff bolted hegB9air IratmU some worda with theeook Z 0JS It 1 littVi 01 J Jj I ib 15 y a 4 Little Printers iIilk t Makes MtlltOk1S t- ThinlThinkI Think II = I r t Moro truth than poetry A little Printers Ink prints a little advertise I ment in a little maga zino that circulates at n little price and goes into I n million little homos chiefly in tho little cities I and towns nnd country t places Tho millions of peoplo I in these homes are caused by tho Printers Ink to think that they can get big bargains for their money by sending it away by mail order ing time things advertised by tho little pinch of Printers Ink Sometimes when they receive the stuff theyorder by f mail they havoanother Think coining They think What I fools we mortals be and apply tIll Think to themselves And sometimes some of them think something like thisI Wonder why Mister Man our IccaLdealcr in g I many things we need doesnt advertise things in our local paper Maybe if he wouldnt be tempted to send to the big theseip these same things If we were sure we buy them at home for abc Jt the same have a chance to see the goods before taking 1 we think wed prefer to buy them at home 34 Xow Mister Man what do you thinktiihtkthink I t CONCLUSION THERES PLENTY OF- f PRINTERS t t INK IN THIS NEWSPAPER SHOP 1 rz 3 COUNTRY HOMES Easier to Decorate Prettily Than Houses In the CityITime country home Is wet provided with large windows and this allows I of some very decorative cfTtts Look nt the picture for Instniico This Is n simple Interior yet It IsI charming and may bo reproduced nt nsllght expense fYou will readily see the keynote of tile vhole thing the Kiuall pancd Ellzn bcthnn window which opens outward ly TIme curtilna on either side of this I LlVIXd BOOM IN COONTllV IIOU3B are In a rich shade of rod which li further carried out on the willis and In the fringe on the bronze lamp over headThere Is n handsome gilt mirror over tho fireplace TIme ornaments con Blst of a pair of silver gilt cuudlc itlcUn n clod nnd sonic old blue and whIte plates Time couch in of russet leather with roil cushions The ng nre of the same warm tints nnd the ninny books show this room is for use no well nd for looks U DB LA IJAlMB u For a clear complexion ta- KeORZNO Itaxative FlitSyrup to take the sys teriand makessalIow blotched compfexoiss- mooth and clear Cures chronic constipation by e n t1 1 the 8toraachliverind bowe- Nilus suiqits PtIi 01 DU 9ISON IJ t n F= tb f i 1 1 j liny Fever iitul Summer Colils Victims of hay ren r will experlenci greiit berjfii by inking Ftleys hone nnd Tar u it StallS difllcut breathni itnniediilply nod heal this ii lUmei tr pat flge nnd even If it should fail to cme you It will give you Inetnnt rs- ifef Time genuine U in a jtllow peek ego Fold by Tseksn Drug Oo The word psychic originally algal fylng tho soul came afterward to menu also a buttcrtly a likeness be ing observed ctweeu the ninnncr in which a soul and n butterfly freoi from the bodyor chrysalis In whIch they hnvo beon confined rise on wlnj I amid waft themselves lu tho light last Sixty In Danger IlUl1ItItan Imll of mitnkiitd over ty yenrs of ego iuHtr from kidnej ISI blndderdiorderi Hualy enlarge of prostate gland This is bulli- ipulnful and dUllg roll antIottys Kidney Cure should be taken it Iho Hut SIgn if danger its It corrects ir- regularitiesI and has cured mniiy i Id men nf this diteprH Mr Rodney hit felt IlooKpurt Mo writes I gtjf fpred with enlarged prostate glaid end kidney trouble for your and after Ink jug two bottles of Foleys Kidnej Cure I feel Letter than I have In went years although I am now 01 yesEs od Said by JicktnIig Co One of Ha Whust Days Andrew I uijir once called nt till house or IiunoH Inyn to InquIre nbou his health Tlio rervnnt Informed hlui In n broad accent that It was oue o the novelist uhnst dayB Mr Iang Imagined that tIme servant referred tu Mr Pnyn Iwlug wonrc and expre rod theIday on whkji Mr Inyn was wont to receive throe old friends who made a four at ivJmt Both gentlemen were amused at tIme jmmlstake whldi deprived each of the pleasure of meeting At the Reform club III year gone by there was n certain group of well known whist players unions whom Jnines Pnyn was certain to bo found enjoying thu rigor of tho game KalHlng From limO Crave A prominent manufacturer Win A Fertwell of Lucnmn N 0 relate a njiHt remarkable experience Hes y I After taking lets thnn three buttles ol Kleclilc Hitters T rIIUke one raising from time grave irfr tronbla U Ilri lits diie fe In the IIi4betes since I fully believe Electric lilit M will cure m- miipesinsneitlytor it iliu4 already stofi pud the liver and bludder cumplica II Ins whiflh have troubled me for years QuarnnUed at JaoUcoti Drug Ia Ilcoonly 25 A Somoyeara ago at Winchester a no1 lice was put up that Mr Hoandno one if time m iunrul will give n tiwtnvn on Our Eyes null How So See Jfhrongh Them UiuIcrldtl this ttmio boy wrote Or our pupils mid iioiv they see through us London Chronicle VyjintnNcw Jersey Editor Says MTiynch editor of time Phillips burgNJ I Inily lost writea I hav ISt 11I1ljrlnd of medicines for Q uifc and cldi In mr family hut never pny tpjnjf so Awl at Foleys Honey and Jtlllilfy 4 v 1- I I I i Crocodiles cf Old Tl sahxxjof lies iiboat erocotii04 found In rfil banks lnH liM tho uttdur ntandlr uveii of tho osptrlpncal icml er of i Ictltnovnl iintuWl history HP is n n nt worm ITo 13 afraid of liar fron i tiltS hoiiuy 1he crnccilllr rnnnoti nwv froth n innii If ho wIn with hits left eye and look steadfastly npoti hint wllrh hun riBat eye Ito ear rica wiiterir his mi ith to make tin rents slippery mill si ciitclit people alive Tbora Is an nmlty and iiatiirn concord hotwooii swum null crorollo nnd much moivtof tho s us kind HoradotUH lIttle plavrr which vnk Into the crwoflllos mouth nUll jlrku oft tho loache ls Ihangttl hy Dir tliolotnow Into flub With create like KnwH ned n OWl nut a corpciit nil of which wnllc mlsiut liiBtdo tho eroroJlleV stomach na It It were n parlor Lon don Spectator Donl neat n cough curs thai you lilly bt told ms just 111101111ai Ken icdys liixntlv Cough Syrup tieoniiru t liit j intna miod there ii quite n llflertiico K iitiidjH Cough Syrup tots Kditly upon th bowels und chairs ho vhulu ujRicni of ctlUth nnd coWs It promptly teltaveri inllnmtiiatlon ot site thront nnd nlUy irritntlcii Smith hy Jack vn hrugCo Time Hutch dlirovi r l tIn Ulaiul of Mniihntlun III 1000 Thu ttrat hutch name lir limo ivjtlon discovered wits Ncw Xctherlnndii nnd of the settle nent Now AinstorOnm The New Xethorlntids was flnnlly surrendered to time English In JUG taking thu name of New YOlk Hunting forlroulilc Ive livid in Ciif HHn 20 yesrs d nm still hunting lur trouble In ray of hums sores vonndn thtI Ills prlnu or i csa of pile licklfi Arnica Snlro wont quickly ifH xvi lie Olmrle Wallers of At- vgliany Sierra 0i Xo mu hunting lr Unlter it CtM every caM tJunrntlluid by JHOkon DrilROo 25 f ne urhecn or Chinese vIolin In IHO rofomlilofl nn ordinary hummer tvlih Its hiiullu It IIIIH two etrlnpi- nd U plnyrMj with n how We never repent of Fitting too ttle vnj ono of the ten mien of lire t Tlitr ns J ilerson pre idt nt of time 17 lied dtntr nnd time ruls applies to very ine without exception thu log iis hot wenlher buonuse It U hard for od even In smell qimiuiilej to be Igested when tIme blood U at high ptnpcrature At this season wo ilio uld put epllrlnJlr properly Ve should oho help tho stomach ns much as poitibta by the me of a little Kmlol For Imli- Kestton end Dyspepiln which will rest the etomach hy111Itlll time food it- 4If Sold by Jrckinii Drujr Jo The Court Hnvo you anything jtO 5S 1 egrc I pronounce scntoncu iiptft tlll Tho Iflioner Yw your honor Id like lo AllOlolac for my lawyer Ho defended mo ns ivtt nn anylwxly muld- bo oxifecled to do oru two tktltar fw ChI lKO THlHi PiWitt ltttle Baily lCIo1rA dont sicken or grime Small 1MI eny to lake SoIl by Jnckcon Drue Qtf t Those who luve smturn tim ton bit no matter how slight houd give every por Ilile help to time digestive organs so that time oath may b j di gested with time least effort Tlii4 niny ba dooo by taking something that con talus natural dlgxailVH pmporties oinutlilHK like Kodol For Indlgtffllon mud Dyspepsia Kodol Is a preparation of vegetable ncid and contnln the vrY8l1me juices found In a healthy 4t mach It digests what jou Put 5olii by Jackson Drug Un A Saerifies to Putter In bntteriiiRUIuK district nhrond you Jiil utihmilthy children said Jlshssshelul Time butter robs tin little onus it robs them of this rlrhuptH of tIme milk that Is the first two or three ywirn of thulr life theIr prlnelpnl food The pnr emits lio ltnto lutwoen their young lint time dulry antI ultlnmtoly deciding IIi time dnlrv8 fnror take out of the nillU its life giving lonrt must xond It olf to IKJ liindit Into butter In coiideqiitiico tile children fed on blue milk grow up thin white blood lugs n siicrltlue to butter John hums a promlnrtit dealer of Vinlng In ftuyt I have beets splllnp IMVIu Kidney nnd iiladder IilU fur about n year mind thej give better culi action than any pill I ever sclil There are a dozen Ienple htre who JIBVB used iltrm and they give perfect imtlitfactlon In every cmme J hnvn nied them myself with line results Bout by Jack sun Drug Co Tho fatuous statuary group known ns the Tjioeoon wa found lu 1500 In one of the halts of time batlu of Titus ntllome The woifc wits then pldctd by Iopo JulluM 11 In time Viitlrnu gal lery wIser It hns shicoruiniiliKil Ilio Lnocoon1 IH supposed 15 liairo been ex ecu ted by Greol sculptpra of Rhodes V1tlIiIhl If you have kidney and bjadder rouble aid do not use F Icy IWdnpy Cure you will havo only yourself to lliino tot result cs It positively cures all mini of kidney and bladder dh eaues Sold by Jackson Drug Co Jack Tar as u hearty amid pleasnut nutuo for u sailor reminds us thnt tho soldier wns Jack Firelock before he Jvus Tommy Atkins London Ma II Kpii tltU ponjs open suit the skin clean when jouluiva n emit or burn brulpu or scratch VI WilL Cir bollzid Witch ilezal Snlve penetrate the pores fnd heals quickly Sold by Jnukson Drug Go fhe Dodging Periodof n womans life Is tho name often given toto change of IIrto Your menses come at long Intervals nnJ grow So1nUer until they stop The cliango lasts three or jeer years and icauses much pain and suffering vhldi can however t o cured by taking WiNE OF K this up It fl life thcrw In on me I u when than was then nnd lug was waa II titiml bund for na thouglt If hniiK h nislis take Kings don tStlll Six lh They at J death lenvo pahty mull XewB Ind May Aw I CARDUm3cHs hilt I aofoiy ihey was 1 tlarl cud Mrs b utlei and eul Prdg nlwnys roe 1I1I Of I1 prise- mood Xo tinder the thing Orll1l1 I t roust trouble I do your If various colors tension lly it trifugal that lIed vies For of K A Wits KO pirt bert of Itt Ours no still bet AND n a II FOR THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES ffiAU REFUNDED SATISFACTORY I 1110 0I Illr LIEIRAELWAY WINTER ViailSTAULK EFFECTIVE NOV 18 1900 0 Not NOa WEST BOUND DailyEL AM IflSIii Jackson C 10 Q 20 O K Junction li 15- Kllinliuvii 2 2 0 20 2 80 Atliul 0 40- Talloira 2 l2 0 J9 800 St Helens 0 ill I 11 2QIorrentCampion J unct 7 18 8 57 Dundee 7 lJ2 1 03 Vllfon S 0J 4 14 Stanton 8 18 4 2G Claw City 8 25 of t5 Lei It1Junct 0 00 r 07 Winchester 9 12 r 20 Ar Lcxinuloit 9 M li 05 xo 2NO 4 EAST HOUND DlibExIM AM Lv Lexington 2 21 7 ir Winchester 8 10 8 13 L E Junct 8 2r 8 20- Clny City 4 00 9 02 Stanton 4 10 0 10 Filson 4 20 0 2il- Dundco 4 JJ7 9 1- Campion Junct 4 40 9 38 Torrent 4 f7 llenttyvjllcJunct 88 fi 18 10 IT St Helens 5 20 10 25 Tallejja 5 37 10 36 Athol f 45 10 4 a- Elkntnwa n 00 11 l- OKlunct 0 10 11 15I A r Jackson C 15 11 20 CONNECTIONS L E UNClIONlraiiis Nos 1 anil 3 will make connections with aO Hy for Mt Sterling CAMPTON JUNCTION All trains connect with Mountain Con tra Unihvuy for Pine Ridge and CamutonIJKA1TV VILL13 J UNCTION Trains Nos 2 und 4 connect with L A Hy for jmssonuora to and from HcnttyviUe O 1C JUKCTIOX Trains Xo KentuckyforCIIAS SCOt CS P A ol K RAILWAY UPIKCTI V13 XOV 1J llHM WEST HOUND Daily Ex Sun IRT 01111ALv Jaolrton OKJunationl1 15 810 33YUllolcoWilhurst 11 44 J rro fftitHoseUo OIly 12 lit t4I Ilujcplitnvn 12 10 t lii Ar Cannel City 12 Jlfi l 20 EAST HOUND LailyIx Sun 2n OIAM lilT mA A ZitILv Cnnnel City 7 10 1 00 Helcchawa iia 1 17 Lee City 7 15 1 23 Hose Fork S 00 lr2Hampton 8 21 f 41 Wilhurst B 37 1 51- Vtinclovo 817 1 87 0o5 Ar Jackson 0 10 2 80 Sunday passenger train leaves returningleaves M L CONLEY Qon Mgr Mountain Central Depart Arrive 545am Campton 11 30 n in 115 p m Campion 0 00 p in DepartS4 00 p in Campion Jun 4 40 p in- Mnlcc connection with nil L E passenger trai- nsReduced i Rates VI- AQUEEN I CRESCENT ROUTE ION 1 1 TilE 1ST AOT 8jfi TUESDAYS OF EACH MONTH TO MANY POINTS SOUTII Winter Tourist Tlcl etsirctuzziihjtill l 1or prrticulars write I IL C KING C P T A Lexington Ky c FOil DYSPEPSIA Ii DIGESTS WHAT YOUVEATRt- aerti i 4rszrAsIoosLyAysvLAuTosyo E1C DoWXTT J ILJAGFSONo a tJI il t i 0 t Si 4 t t