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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fJ tA WaiasiiJa I 11IN iJ WISE TO TUB INTKBJSTS OK EAHTKUN KKNTCOKT i ONH POLLAB PER YEAR IN ADVANCE ==ol Number 48 l Ii tll4tlilll jlIII IIII tlE iIliF tilt l a i FINAL SWEEP OF 2r F lli3I OUR SUMMER GOODS n F AH Summer gands must go t iw mgtill to make room for f f i 1out full goods We mustim lave the room and it is IUf iiiOlll own fault if you do S lit of thisr1 pItsule Goodness knows our ii 4 i t ilUlCCS arc low enough Re if t member everything in thedr a house will be sold at cost t I Ladies 500 Skirts i 0 I I S Now is your opportunity w I t I EUSTER ISAACS r j KINGS OF LOW PRICES i F r 0y ilDarzti CSil3 IEs a DA1t r 1cn 1X1iUJH 1it 1i qM r I 1 VItA WI1ORDVicoPres 11 S11011Llt Ayst Cashier rl M P DAVIS Acting Cashier e v JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK J t a i mf Jackson Kentucky rn Paid up Capital and Surplus 2735000ID m m 1Vo solicit tho BankingBusiness and accounts of fjj mil Lumber Manufacturers jjj Timber Dealers m m Business Mona tsmrn 1 Farmers C D n Throughout Eaatorn Kentucky and offer our Customers K tho most Dj B LIBERAL TERM g- P Within the limits of legitimate business tl L === TV h 52S25iS2S2525252Sre52S252S25iS2S25iS52a525iltj2Se THE Ry OFFERS VERY LOW i Rates 9 To Arkaosasi Indian Territory 14 Louisiana i Oklahoma Texas Tickets on sale the first and third Tuesdays of each month Apply to any Southern Ry Agent or write AR COOK DP A tB S yiENt T P A LOUISVILLE KY 7 f n Iwi e- 4a A fa- c +w- yH Y M REATHfTTt a NTY NEWSI HAQINS LditorDMoTED 1907um once S1NOW Southern ROUND- TRIPHomeseekers NomjfWhat Hendrick Said Four Yean AGO of Governor Deckham lion John K Hutidrlck who la now the Democratic iionilncb for rttorn general and who In the ablest speaker on the Dcniocrutlb ticket was tandldaje for governor asnlnst lov- trnnr Ilockhatn tour years ago ani ttvh governor or o machine methods and extravagance with tho peoples money Among other good things ho said Machine Politics Let ui pause and think for a moment Mr Ooebcl was nominated on the twcntyIlrst day of June 1809 and Mr Beckhani was nominated la July 1900 These conventions were at least early enough for all practical pur posed nut after tho governor had smothered the committee with official honors as I have already Indicated at his Huggestloii tHoy concluded to call a snap primary election In order to force oft opposition to their patron Hint who had showered so many olUcIa blessings upon them and they gave to candidates who desired to proTennent from their sefJkI lms11eholdren to dwell together ln harmony and peace lint for foar that this sna primary would not deter persons wit might desire to oppose his majesty the committee for tho first time In the history of tho Democratic party ere sled a money standard of qualification I Mfoist first time within the its torr of the party has said to the as piring young men of Kentucky that they need not apply tor official prefer ment unless they can afford the price I appeal to the young nice of th stnte to line up against such machin- methods and aristocratic tendencies If they desire In the future toepk honors at the hands of their pant ifl hist9rytheHenry Chi tho Mill Hoy tjft the Slashes of Abraham Lincoln the nail Splitter Stephen A Douglas tho 11nse linviyjmld the price under the arbitra ry jlecrcss of the committee for th privilege of running tar ofllco In tho state of Kentucky These great ben factors of mankind who have glorified Ute history of Kentucky were once as poor as the poorest goy now in- eiyssxwaw qur al thjr ppcltdaait +r t jI theIpeople not one of them would over have been heard of In politics It the methods of this machine committee lord dominated political parties In I their day Every young man In tho state owes It to himself to rebuke Beckham for thus trying to convert the party of the people Into a machine dominated pothouse polltlclanrldden party Is It wrong that I should refer to them with the deepest sorrow The Calhoun Fee Speaking or tho enormous fee of 90000 paid to C C Calhoun for col lectlng 1309000 from tho government Mr Hcudrick said Let the distin guished gentleman no longer dodge but explain to the taxpayers why he and Calhoun entered Into a contract to sandbag tho taxpayers out of this enormous sum of money There In one other Item among many whllo I am on this subject that I will call upon Ills Excellency to explain The United States government recently passed an act to pay the Spanish American soldiers who enlisted from Kentucky for the time elapsing between their eulUtment and the date of their being mustered Into service and allotted to Kentucky 150000 to be paid to her soldier boys and not to C C Calhoun Tho governor after ho was notified of this through that strange and Inexplicable attachment between him and Calhoun sent Calhoun after the money which was re cllveIl and brought to Frankfort and deposited not to the credit of tho state treasurer but to tho personal credit of J C W Heckham without bond and when It was paid out about 18000 was tetalued Who got It dl vinity alone can tell Let the governor explain this and then I will oblige tho people and likewise the governor by furnishing some other Information which I am loath to disclose without being forced to the point as to what became of a part of It As this money was being distributed to the poor sol diers who had braved the elements of a foreign clime In thcir countrys defense they were patted upon tho back while a part of their money was being withheld and asked not to for getCreepsThus will be seen that this young attorney without a practice received the sumof something like 90000 for a little loa than a years labora sun sufficient to pay a circuit judge for his services thirty years a con gresiman or a judge of the court of appeals eighteen years tho governor fourteen years While the governor Is discussing the reasonableness of this fee he might expatiate on these trivial suggestions In the presence of Luriliened taxpayers This theI was paid to Governor Beckham as comnnander in chief of tho soldiers of Kentucky under tho constitution and there is not a line of law upon time statute books or anywhere else to authorize him to employ anybody to receive It or pay out one dollar for collecting It And while explaining these enormous fees he might Incl dentally give a little attention and a tow words In explanaUon as to why bo employed counsel to assist Judge Pryor and John W Ray In the frail r1 4chlso tax cages against the wtmranco companies The fee had beeh agreed upon by tlirso geutlcmvtpat9000 and everyone at all familiar wlth their Capacity knows thattheXato amply- r ble to take care of character o litigation nut the governor y declined to ratify the employment un ayless his unoleJ Cute Heckham betaken fnIre vvifc finally InI1facts It cannot be deflledSyliat the Is exceedingly with the peoples money And by1 1 he way when Mr Kills arid Uncle C le were taken Into limo case and thcf8ew con tract for this enormous fe0jvas con summated Mr John W hope who u to that time had JtIactlc duce al of the work was dropped mt of the contract and time goVernSs uncle substituted and since he viA so sub stituted the part which Colle has played Jn the lltlgSjlbriiias been so nominal that he can scarcely be referred to ns an attorney Jnlho case except In a division of the fe4 Tlmo forbids I should farther Into tho sickening delalUVw squan derlng the peoples money Iwjitho pro butIto secure the warn friendship of lead lug lawyers he has paid out Konalder ably more thanUOO069otitho lIe pies money re The solicitude of the gwjrnor for tear that some ono will son bal the corporations of lheatalefe really pa thetic My experlenc wlthTtho cor thatpcaam of themselves so the govern s anxle MjllaggdIlallsf what strange sympathy can xlst he tween the governor and thcfxcorpora ttons to induce aha cetgiCuctlan t lluffci view of the record Qjftlhe gov- ernOr the remarkable par for his speech Is In reference to on brak During hits admlnjitr tion of ethm4 executive department lityjfcjis par dammed more than 1000 ptiftroiis chiding remissions etc foivfytoldtlng thl laws of the state and tij Breath Jet bounty criminals have den mites liberally remembered a least Indulge tho presumptlethat th pardon brokers have not lm4 fdlo in 1that locality while the criminals i tho great city of Ix uavlllii Save no rAndh tge spec oe tho stump defending with allpowor of his eloquence the stat wllllsj trattan that four gents so violently assailed ands eo Red Verily the troll tho i eve tsJ an J MR HAQER8 PLATFORM In his opening spelt at Lexington Judge linger said 1 do not therefore come before you with a perfunctory platform formu lated by a few leaders and languidly adopted without debate by a meager ty attended convention but with on that has been made and approved a their own by the direct untrammeled roles of thousands of my fellowDem ocrats for whose consideration It was presentedIn words this Is the official platform of the Democratic party and its candidate This being true we desire to call attention to the tact that this platform contains eleven planks and not a word is said concerning the temperance question which Is Ce paramount issue In Kentucky Judge linger professes to be a temperance map Why docs ho not endorse the cause of temperance In his platform t In striking contrast we call atten tion to the utterance In the Republican platform h We favor the enactment and en forcement of a uniform local option law with the county ns the govern ing unit It Is apparent that linger Is attempt- Ing to carry water on both shoulders He announces that personally he Is in favor of temperance This IB done to catch the temperance vote He then announces his party platform that ho made himself and in which there la not a syllable about temper ance This Is done to catch tho liquor vote The people of Kentucky cannot he deceived In this matter Tioy prefer to accept the honest candid statement of Mr Willson who clearly defines his position without subterfuge or evasion MUST SPEW THEM OUT William Jennings Bryan said In a recent speech The honesty of the partys par pose Is shown not merely by the plan form or the speeches of its candidates and supporters but by thee character of the then who are entrusted with the party managemenL And It the Democratic party has not virtue enough to spew out thouo who trafflo In politics It does not deserve victory nor can It hope for it Bryan says those who traffic In pot itics must be spewed out and that the good faith of the party must be shown by the character of time candi dates lInger Is a fully developed machine politician a trafficker In politics who has shown that ho regards public office as a private graft Henderson Gleaner Dom The state machine used the ma chinery of the party and the public patronage In such a way as to defeat Blackburn It remains to be seen whether the party machinery apd the patronage trough can be employed tit defeat the will of the people this fall Henderson Gleaner Demt jt yt 1 5E52525i32s25252Si52 rn TO ADVERTISERS I Newsf r m now a Ir1cntuck tomtnke mI10 m with us give us n chance If fi you make your appeal for K ruImost intelligent class of buy crs in this community Your ads will be read by them and they will become your custo fI mers Try it and seenBaSHSHSJUTiiSESaSESEHaS S MEOPERICULO Peppered Paragraphs on Thing Political if Not Not Otherwise BY SENATOR IIENM 8 WEIr In any walk of life the liar is the most worthless scamp ofnil Truth is so beautiful and falsehood so ugly that he who is guilty of committing the hideous crime of falsehood is internally blacker than the ace of spades a absolutely unworthy of confidence arid totally unlit to be intrusted with any posi tion that carries with it honor and Thesp in the pyramid ofn poutt coneduct and his acts as n civilian or whotthe pernicious projectiles of wan ton falsehood and misrepresenta Von be he n candidate for personal popularity or for public Office is a slimy serpent a Judas Isclriot- adalaauojtite tchndct aiitmbliiti and u dangerous deceiver much depraved in conscience and char acter and bitterly Viinomcd with the poisonous fungusof pigheaded partisanship And tho political candidate who strives to bolster tip his interests by such tactics if developdinto a straightforward champion of the public good o S W linger Democratic nom Inca for governor spoke there on the 10th He struggled manfully to add decency and merit to some of the Democratic laws by saying Republicans helped to enact them In trying to whitewash the Demo cratic dog tax law ho repre rented to the people here in ray absence that the record the Sen ate Journal shows that I ulicpub lican Senator voted for the dog tax law I dont want to bo too severe in my strictures of the Democratic candidate for governor God knows his back is full bonded with a load of odiums and sins of Beckhamocracy nut his statement that I voted for the dog tax law isnot borne out by time Accords The record does not show that I voted for it lrthe record shows that I voted for it Mrr Ila ger I will support you in this Cam paign und cute for you for Governor and be u HargisBockham Democrat all the days of my life Turn to jjago 107of tile Senate Journal and there you will see that I voted against it which Was Senate Bill number 80 Then turn to page 754 and you will find tint I did not vote on the bill which was house bill No 20 Speckled faced fools and rednosed angels are too quick to believe the repre sentations of their favored candidate for office and Mr linger owes it to the cause of truth to confess that he was either hgladly mistaken or knowingly lied about the matte when he said that I voted for that odious Dem ocratic dog tax law Many Democrats hero have said if ho has misrepresented me in the mutter with a view to deciovo tile people they will vote against him If they will turn to tho record beconJinced r ti IThargcst Circulation THIS SECTION record on file at time postoflice and it can be found in any of the offices of the county officers Call around examine and be satisfied that Inm telling the truth and that linger was wilfully prevari catmgtn order to deceive you and thereby get your votes 0 Again this same linger is rep resented as saying that the dog tax law would not have become a law but for time votes of the lie publican members it received That is not true and tho record shows that it is not true On the passage of the bill 2t members of the Senate voted for it4 votes being Republicans thus showing that 20 Democrats voted for itwhjch was enough to pass the bill without the four votes of the Republicans So Mr lager has misquoted the facts again in an effort to deceive an unknowing public and squelch them out of their votes Now examine the record and if you find I have lied Ill turn over and be- n Democrat time remainder of my days lIe who relies on the word of a candidate for office in prefer ence to tho record is a spangled eyed splntteledbrninedspindled headed fool easy prey for such deceivers as linger appears to be The HagerHargisites here for fear time Hagcr speaking would not otherwise have the proper seal of Democratic respectability attached to itnllowe an imported tho excellent gentleman from the Bluegrass introduce Mr Hager on the occasion of the speaking at this place o But the trail of the redeyed serpent is visible No amount of performances in the theatre of vaudeville politics can obscure it None arc blindfolded except those wlio find supreme happiness in wanting to be blindfolded flat mountain of circumstances is too oiarinc lnlinirly i n oanatoiee ful in its occasional eruptions of convincing proof for any save the blind to bo misled or deceived Beckham today is father and godhead of Democracy in Kentucky But he is not without his satraps his tools and his henchmen The machine which he dominates and controls is too powerfuland far reaclming in its results to be alone manipulated by Mr Beck ham None know this more than those who feign not to know it The hotbed of treachery corrup tion and force and fraud that germinated the seed and gave birth to time oldmother of Kentucky Democracy of a little son by the name of King Beckham was the infamously notorious Music Hall convention of 1899 whichwas engineered by Goobcl Kcdwine the Ilargiscs etc as the master minds in formulating the machine whose chief cog today is S W Anger the machine candidate for governor Yes during those dark and fatal days of Democracy when reason and fairness gave way for lunacy and passion linger became a part of the Bccklmm machine and all along tho pleasure and will of Beckham have been the pleasure and will of linger Goebel in a public speech at Jackson confessed that ho owed his nomination to the llcdwines and the Ilargiscs more than to any bodelse and that if elected governor they could not ask anything too good at his hands Goebel was defeated no mistake on that but notwithstanding a totally corrupt part isan Legislature in face of the facts to tho contrary declared otherwise Some dirty cowardly scoundrel shot him dead Beckham stepped into his shoes and de clare that it would be his endeavor to faithfully carry out the promises made by Bill Goebel and I defy any man to find any Kcdwino or any Hargis who says that he has failed to make good with them J S Kedwino ap pointed Superintendent of file Eastern Kentucky Asylum M M Kedwine made floor leader of the Legislature and later appointed as Circuit Judge Dll Kedwino appointed as one of the members of the Board of Control of the charitable institutions of the State and Hargis has had Democratic S Judges appointed by Governor Beckham to preside over his various trials and DemocraticA juries to find him lot guilty and today is the freest kind ofa man still in the ring somewhat disfigured financially but an ar dent supporter of Beckham and linger 0 When Ilargis was indictedand put in jailns I am in formed the first to pay a visit possible to lend comfort and en couragement to the distinguished prisoner was none other than this tllagertvhoIIargisRedwineBeckhara ma chine that he is only plain blunt businesslike Snmbo And those who are glad to believe it are believing it and saying they can vote for linger with a clear conscience but would not vote for Beckham for dog pelterer What suckersl What ddpesl That re minds mo of the fellow that could not swallow tho polecat but could the skunk Campton Ky- PUBLIC SPEAKING Hon Ben L Bruner Uepubli can candidate for Secretary df State will address the voters of Breathitt county at the courthouse in Jackson Saturday September 21 at 1 oclock p m Mr Brim ncr is one of the ablest campaign ers in the State All that come to hear him will be pleased with him You are cordially invited to attend and bring your wives and daugh = terse Notice to Wool Growers II S Chapman representing time Phoenix Woolen Mills of Lex mattfn will be at Klkatdwa on Sdt 1 yday September 7 Athol Sept od14 Jackson Sept 21 for the Tjurpos bf receiving your wool for iSirding Sr nianiffacturoihto clolirr1 Allordersno matter how small willreceive the most cgrpil at tention 0 Meet me at the depot This is the last opportunity for the ship ment of wool to this firm This season Announcement- To the voters of the 92nd Legislative District of Kentucky com posed of time counties of Breathitt Mugoflin and Lee I desire to announce that I am a candidate for the office of Representative in said district subject to tho action of the Democratic party If I am granted the nomination I will make a thorough canvass of tho district and feel sure that I will bo elected and if elected I will represent the best interests ofaU tho district I was born and reared in Brcathitt county and now live in Magofiin county and am identified with tho best interests of the mountain peopleJ M WALTERS FOR SALE One five room dwelling houso on Lincoln avenue with goodwell good young orchard and chicken lot nil fenced off Time lot fronts 150 feet on Lincoln avenue and 167 feet deep Will sell cheap and on easy terms Call on FRANK KASH t Jackson Ky c FOR SALE A house and lot on Main street Lot ICO feet front andabout 200 feet deep with a good dwelling house of six rooms two halls front and back porch and bathroom Lot set in all kinds of fruit trees I will sellat a bargain WM BAILEY Jackson Ky Studying Singing Abroad August Spanuth tells a sad series of of American girls who go abroad to study singing lIe thinks they take too many and if he is to be believed they do Ac cording toMr Spanuth they reach filth n or wherever they intend to study not only without any definite ideas as to a teacher but without knowing where thoy are to board I When they get settled their first tiestion to the landlady ii Who it- tho best teacher for me r NodleM e h- tp man Ut dlsa ointed In ha tethers tfaj ulcer U WI asau Mr 1 JaL l- I a tiJ s- Y W iIie f The Breathitt News SIFER YEAR IN ADVANCE J WISE HAGINS J EDITOR t t 1t j A H PATTON I ATTORNEY AT LAW r r 1 CRAWFORD BLDGOFFIOE IN J r KYt i JACKSON r OsaS2S2 I j rn I I I PND SURGEON 1OPlCBHOURSSA TO 4 P n 1IABOIS BUILDING rnINt KENTUCKY 1- 1ls2 a e7e e S S2J FRIDAY SEPT 20 tREPUBLICAN TICKET I For Governor AUGUSTUS E WILLSON V of Louisville For Lieutenant Governor W H COX of Mason county For Attorney General JAMES BREATHITT of Christian county For Auditor FRANK P JAMES cf Mercer county For Treasurer CAPT ED FAftLEY of McCracken county For Secretary of Stafco Dn BEN L BRUNER of Breckinridgo county For Supt of Public Instruction f J S CRABBE of Boyd county For Commissioner of Agriculture N C RANKKv 1 of Henry county For Clerk of Court of Appeals NAPIER ADAMS of Pulaski county f g For R R Commissioner 3d Dis A T SILER of Whitley county THE OLD BAPTISTS Hold a Successful Meet 1 ing near Torrent The Old Baptist Association met at Pine Hill one mile from Tor rent Friday September 13 all in peace with each other and God Ten churches were represented d nil have improved in their work There are more than 500 members in these churches Dear friend I nro you one of the members i The association was opened by I Alvin Spencer of Wisconsin who came to be with us during the wIC Kash clerk of the association iI Bro Wm Chambers county superintendent of Wolfe county I r preached the introductory ser non on Friday lIe is an intelligent preacher and can tell sinners w what to do to enter into eternal oIJ life Rev James Stewart of Rowan county took a text the2nd chapter of St John 5th tllverse Little Jim is an excellent Jllreacher and T1 thorough Christian Iraells of Daysboro I desorves credit for establishing f the majority of the ten churches fayGod bless him in this world and give him a crown in the next NOTES Pine Hill is situated in Wolfe county and derives its none from the beautiful till pine trees in the 1vicinity The Old Baptists have t built n comfortable church here J and it is completed with the ox rrccntion that the inside walls and ffleats need painting We tru- stthat God will enable the members i i Ato finish the work nt an early dater We nro sorry to repprt that Bro Mitchell Smith died here September 13 of typhoid fever i Ho was 2G years old and leaves a wire nnd three small children Ho was u member of the Baptist church and also a member of tho 4 Odd Fellows lodge The association was attended by J about 1500 people and every I thing passed off quietly with the ot 1exception of a disturbance created by a young man who wu drunk t i and boisterous He fired his pistol f y t8car tfie meUarandWI promptlyc it arrested by deputy h who Tied lilm fo a tree until the Itl- rj e i- t1fir1 thwhnh was btkt AH k t Jtt rLLa a 7 u i to Campton Soil placed in jail Rev William Booth aged 82 years attended church Saturday and died early Sunday morning Ho has been a minister of the gos pel for about forty years Ho is survived by one daughter A CiinisriAN Elkatawa Clarence Combs was the guest of Miss Jessie Dixon Sunday- C J Williams of Clay City is in Elkatawa this week on business for the Cloy City Spoke Co Logan Gose who is teaching singing school at Big Rock is having n large attendance and is getting along tine Chester Griffith Alfred Jen rings and Miss Bertha Hoskins and others made n flying trip to this place Sunday Miss Clemmie Patton who has been teaching Sunday school at Twin Gap for the past two months has returned to her home in Geor gin Rev George Morris solemnized the rites of matrimony between Charley Oaks and Minerva Chad wick at the home of James Chad wick Monday Lost Creek We earnestly believe that th Sabbath of our Lord should be reverencedand kept holy nnd for that reason and because it is a vio lation of both moral nnd divine laws we will not after this throw open our place of business on Sundays ex ept in cases of sick ness aid death and other extreme emergencies We give this notice that no one may hare cause to take offense and trusting that God will prosper us for so doing Nonu NOBLE Rev R B Landrum will hold services at the following times and places The fourth Saturday and fifth Sunday in September at the Mill creekschool house in the Lawson neighborhood at 10 a m Tho first Sunday in October n t the grave yard at Cale Nobles ofi Lost Creek Secend Sunday in October at the Strong grave yard near the mouth of Lost Creek The third Saturday and Sunday funeral services at Hendley Fu gates or near there On the fourth Saturday an Sunday at Widow Praters on tho south fork of Quicksand The first Saturday and Sunday in November at the Napier grave yard on the head of Grapevine I Perry county Everybody invited to attend these services Frozen Creek John Wand Green Burton made n trip to Magoflin county Friday Mary Day the little daughter of W R Day is very ill of typhoid fever Charley Neal has been suffering with inflamma tory rheumatism Mrs Willram Buckner the clover milliner o Van Cleve is oitHr a good busi ness selling hats and trimmings Wm Buckner Mrs W II Pel fry James M Burton and AI Cas- sidy paid a visit to Uncle Squir- Day and family and were well en tortainedTlie funeral of Enis King was preached Sunday by Rev Joel Banks and others Daniel Burton has bought land on little Frozen Creek of John King and is the timber off IMatilda E Hall of Fire Clay Car ter county is visiting her son J M Burton Preaching at the school house on Mill creek the first Sunday in October by Revs J M and Joel Bank- sClemons Daniel McIntosh of Rousseau wifetSaturday Walter Strong has been surveying land f01TStrong the past week Harlin Strong has been here looking at a dog job which he expects to take up for Judge Tnulbco Curtis Hagins wife und son returned Tuesday from Sterns where they had been for the last several months They will move to Oak dale where Mr Hagins will accept- a position with his father in the saw mill business Rev James Stewart county Judge of Rowan county was vis his brother who Is mesa er Floyd Days store at Frozen Stop with Hart Bros at Reed Hotel when in Lexington f 7 i J H War Creek Richard Herald is visiting a Trent I Ran Duncil attended church at Mill creek Sunday I Dan and Bruce Cundiff attended i the association at Trent Mrs Shelby Jett of Athol vis ited her parents here Sunday The Jr O U A M at this place are progressing nicely and are doing a great deal of good fo vicinityMrs Cundiff is getting along nicely with her school and both pupils and patrons are wet satisfied with her teaching Jake Hounshell killed a large rattle snake near his house It was four feet in length and had twelve rattles anti a button Those who attended the associa tion at Pine Hill from here were Mahal Smith and wife Joe Cun diff nnd wife Stove Cundiff nnd wife Mrs YoD Cundiff and Miss Priscilla Simpkins Quito n jolly crowd attended the bean stringing nt W D Cun cliffs Wednesday night Among those present were Richard Her aid Dun Cundiff Jr Sam Miller Win Pelfry Bruce Cundiff Henry Duncil and Misses Kate Coldiron t Lilelie Cundiff anti Mrs Alex A BOX SUPPERI t Given by Young ladies of Estill County A delightful box supper was given by the young ladies of Knob Lick Estill county Satur day night September 14 in behalf of the singing school The affair was eloasnt in every detai- and i was thoroughly enjoyable fo the largo number of guests who were present About eighteen boxes werepre suited and were sold at prices ranging from 30 cents to 250 making the total sales 1345 Prof Cox who is an excellent vocalist conducted tho sinningI which was well rendered by those participating Prof R C Ad nuts conducted the program and the sale of the boxes James Lamb was appointed treasurer and Miss Flossie Garrett secretary A vote was taken by Prof Adams and carried unanimously that Inn account of the supper be seated to The Breathitt Count News for publication STILL COUNTY Noland J A Fry the mail carrier is visiting his uncle at Frankfort Peter Richardson lies been the guest of L F Walton for several daysS B Garrett who has bee very sick for some time is ira proving Revs Peal and Runnels are con ducting a protracted meeting n Station Camp frillie Richardson and wife worn guests of Walter Richardson and wife Inst Friday night L F Walton and Wesley John son are selling large quantities o apples at 40 cents a bushel in the orchard Mrs John Smith who has bee sickwith consumption for a long time died at her home last Monday night She leaves a husband nnd two children She was des and dumb also her husband Rev Elbert Winkler preached at Crooked creek last Friday night He is a young minister just started out and was born and reared in this neighborhood His introduc tory sermon was well received b those present OWSLEY COUNTY Eversole Mrs Ellen Gambill and Walter Medlock arc spending IV few day hereMisses Lizzie and nettle Evans of Gays Creek are visiting in this neighborhoodHayden bought a fine nice pair of mule colts a few days ago for 16000 Few Clothes bought 12 head of cattle from Jesse Wilson last Saturday for 18000 L A Rose run three rafts to Hpidelburg last tide and will have them sawed up at that place Mrs Leo Reynolds returned from Athol Sunday where uhe has been vhltinflf her daughter Mrs I t i f tI 4 i Regina Jett theter Js neighborhood wo learn that piss chickens turkeys geese and other property have been killed Your correspondent took about 80 of his pupils to the mouth of Cow Creek to play ball against the Midway school Much ex citement prevailed from the first both sides determined to win but wonra margin jF w CLOTHES PUBLIC SALE OF Blue Qra55 farm We will offer for sale at Public Auction Wednesday Oct 27 07 at 10 oclock a m on the premi ses unless sold privately before that date our farms situated about Siwiles west of Mt Sterling and ten miles north of Winchester in Clark county and fronting on the Mt Sterling and Donaldson turn pike No 1 contains 114 14 ACRES has good 7 room frame dwelling tenant house barn ioo house cis torn at tho door and all necessary outbuildings Improvements are good Largo apple orchardand Other fruits Farm is well fenced and watered and nearly nil in grass and raendow Twct NO 2 adjoins tract No 1 and contains 103 12 ACRES Has tenant house young peach andapple orchard 3 years old well watered and fenced and was originally n part of tract No1 The two tracts together would make some one a home Close to church spliool hoiico and black thra nnd accept tho host bid known on day of sale Anyone wishing further in formationor willrwrite or see Watt M Gay Jl F D No1 Winchester Ivy or D H Cook Winchester Ky who will take pleasure in showing tho sumo Mrs Emily J Domigan Mrs Watt M Gay R A CHILDERSx 1 WITH JOS Q REED DRY GOODS CO PORTSMOUTH 0 mountainYAT JACKSON EVERY 30 DAYS postalSwewill save you money fob 1 ly 1 W H Henderson Ayres Street Oip Pot Offlse LEXINGTON KY DEALER IN Grain Seeds Feed Wheat Rye Barley Oats end Corn Clover timothy Millet Kenluclc Blue Gnu Orchard Orgies Hungarian FeedtMaster Commissioners Ie- Jlreathitt Circuit Court Bariah Hngins Plaintiff SulerBy virtue of a judgment of the Breathitt Cireiuit Court rendered unI of said court will sell ut public auction to the highest bid er the front door of the court house fin Jackson Ky at abouttoo hour 12 oclock noon on Monday Sept 23 1907 The following described property towit Lying and being in the county of Breathitt and State of Ken QuickY Beginning at two benches and a sugar tree between D B Hagins nnd D F Hagins thence a straight line up the hill withsaid lino to a largo knob on the top of the ridge to W B Hacins line hillsto main Quicksand creek thence up the creek to the beginning bet ing tho same land conveyed to Jas D Williams and Millie Wil Hams by J L Hagins by deed dated February 1100 deed recorded in deed book 9 page 1 Brcathitc County Court Clerks office and James D Graham will retain a lien on the purchase price of bis one sixth interest in the above described boundary of land Said property will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to give bond for the purchase money bearlngintereat reployinbond I t I r 1Ii oo v A in said bond on the property m1- dpntllall tho purchase moneY c IS Cost of suit t3075 commis printinirJ W i JAUDWKLL M C B C C Master Commissioners Sale IHrenthittThos II vs Notice of SalemMary E Stidham c Defts By virtue of a judgment of the Brcnthitt Circuit Court made and entered in the abovestyled causo at its May term 1007 for tho sum of 32147 with interest from the 23rd day of September 1074 tint tillJnidand 1085 costs herein expended I shall proceed to otTer for sale at the court house door in Jackson Breathitt county Ken lucky o- nMonday Sept 23 1907 between the hours of 12 oclock m and 2 oclock p m the follow hug described real property the undivided onefifth interest of Thomas H Deaton deceased Lying anti being in Breathitt county Kentucky on tho Middle Fork of the Kentucky river on the south side thereof at the mouth of Longs creek and be ginning at said river nt the mouth runningdownto the lower end ofa bottom at a conditional line rondo between lames Johnson nnd George W Belcher and Bowlines tlicnco with saidconditional line as marked running up the hill to u beech tree by the road thence with sail conditional line ns marked up the hill to the top of the ridge between Dcatons branch anti Longs creek thence with the top the of the to where the line of time land deeded to James John son and Win Strong crosses tho ridge thenco shown the hill with said Wm Strongs lino to a black gum near Longs creek thence down the creekwith a makcd lino line along the hill side to a beech tree near the bank of the creek a short distance above the end of tho field thence to time creek thence down tho creek as it mean ders to the beginning at the mouth of the creek oontainintr 100 ncres moro 01 loss mt No 9A tract of Innl1- in Breathitt county Ientuckyon the northeast side of tho Middle Fork of tho Kentucky river and lying on and near Bowlines creek a tributary of said Middle Fork and bounded ns follows Beginning at or near the mouth of Bowlines creek on the lower side of same thence 1 said Bow lings creek with its meanders to a largo sycamore trco standing on the bunk of said creek opposite a Hat rock and lynn tree about 125 yards from the mouth of said creek thence crossing said creek to said tint rock and lynn tree thence up time point and with Ed ward Dcatons heirs lino to time top of the ridge thence with the too of time ridge und said lino to John Gays heirs line thence with said line anti the top of said ridge to Uiphnrd Combs line thence withsaid line to a small hickory standing on tho top of said ridge leadingdownheirs branch on the lower side of said branch thence down said spur to the mouth of said branch at Bowlines creek at a beech tree thenco up said creekwith its meanders to a stooping sycamore tree standing on the tight handof said creek opposite a cult thenco crossing and up the point n straight lino to the top of the ridge between Richard Combs branchnudmain Bowlings creek and with said Combs line running with time of tho dividing ridge between said Howling creek and Lick branch thence with the top of said ridge and said Spicers line around to Jackson Calluhans line to opposite a largo rock with throe said rock in the edge of said Middle Fork river at Jackson Callahana upper corner thence with said Callahans line to said rock in the river thence up said Middle Fork with its mean ders to the mouth of said Bowlines creek time beginning con taming 300 acres more or less Only tho ono tif th Interest of the said Thomas II Deaton will be sold or so much thereof as will be necessary to satisfy the above named judgment interest nnd costs of this sale Said property will be sold at public auction to tho highest bid der on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to give bond for the purchase money with approved security bearing interest from day of sale find having tho forco and effect of a bond anti a lien will boI reserved in said bond on nil time property sold until all the purchase price etc is fully paid Bidders must comply promptly with these terms Amount of debt and interest 32547 amount of cost of suit 3085 amount to commissioner for settlement and report 600 amount of commissioners cost for this sale 750 amount of cost for admr services J amount of cost for printing 2100 Total 39082 J W CARPWEIL M C DC C ti- tw 1 J 1 J r j L 4j 4JifeafM AN1eraS- x THE BEST NEWS T I i I In the Paper TodayI- s i that Day Brothers Company have re 00 ceived one of the greatest shipments of Iron and Brass Beds ever brought to Jack son Over 1000 in the shipment The Microbes Delight is aIThey breed In alt the inaccessible corner and Joints where dust collects ta ill wooden beds md crate a condition or uneleanlineu you would not tolerate If you would stop to think about It There UI no crCYICCl nor lolPu In 4 SiniuSrc bedsgcnaa havent a chance la cIlliLil ruteta O 0- err 4n All rhydehu urge their use MOlt artistic h design and beautifully finished In scorn Spo WhiteIt Ssaiulre end othereaclusive finishes that lure made these beds famous Eumme Sanitsre Reds IIId- JOU wilt find that each and every one hi a fine smoothEhighly poluhed uJ perfect unitary finish T j PRICES I 25OTOI5OOi We Have on Hand a Large Supply of FURNITURE 1 1 Doesnt your house need brightening up a bit Come and see our line and let us ft supply your wants Every piece or suite is ft carefully selected and exquisitely finished Qj The less expensive kinds have the same style finish and workmanship as the more expensive kind We can please everyone i THERE IS NO NEED For any woman goingoff to time cities or patronizing 30 mail order houses to buy nice wearing apparel when you s can find thorn in this store and at a lets price than you pay + elsewhere Come in and lot Miss Elliie Klkina show you our stock of Fine Drees Goods Rilks White Goods Laces a Embroideries Notionu Skirts Hosiery and in fact everything noededby woman to complete her outfit Our stock g is complete and prices lIIoderllloIi Our Millinery Department Contains tho seasons best styles in Pattern flats and Trimmed Millinery Our hats are of sterling quality exa p port workmanship are made to fit tho head perfectly and i I are sold within tho roach ofall they satisfy tho dunianda of i tile most practical Wo have on hand at nil times a select MargaretBaskot RUGS MATTINGS AND CARPETS Wo are haying good sales on Rugs Mattinga and Carpets q Wo have some beautiful doaigns and prices are right COOK STOVES AND RANGES- It always has boon and always will bo a womans delight have n stove or a range that is a perfect baker Our Ito has more good qualities than wo havo space to enu Try one of ours and yonll be convinced m GROCERIES AND CANNED GOODS Our stock includes a great big lot of attractive Staple and Fancy Groceries Our shelves are now replete with the finest line of canned goods on time market and you can dependon them Theyre flue When you buy coffee and flour you ought to know theyre good Wo assure you both coffee and Hour bought hero will bo right thoy lend to the attractiveness living A real luxury at any season is one of our delightful lions l The best line of Wens and Womens Shoes in Jackson Also a complete line of Mens Clothing and Furnishings For a liberal share of your patronage we promise good values polite attention and unboundedappreciation DAY BROS CO I WHOLESALE AND RETAIL JACKSON KENTUCKY a 5 rt- k I U8l f J rlllI J 4 q Ii 1 The Breathitt News PulillHhctl Every Frltlny t- tCASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAR JJWISE HAG INS Enrrou t Dr C H HURST Physician Surgeon Office InR A thirst Office Building Jackson Phone 58 J tIlIh1IHtlHIIif11IuuIuIIIIIIIIIIItIl111IHg = MARTIN T KELLY I ATTORNEY AT LAW = OFFICI3 LV HUKBT 1JIYG = = = JACKSON KY IiiHiiiHiNJiiHiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiinr Henry Little the Klkatawa post nmstor has been quite ill YCoco cola andother delicious soft drinks nt Archie Cope s on- t Broadway Mrs Mary R Denton of Crock cttsvillc1 wag hero on business Wednesday J Henry BNoble has bought fumes Halts timber andwill begin toeing it soon Clarcnco Haddcn returned Tues day from a visit to friends and I relatives in Montgomery and Clark counties fho infant child ofandMrs Jeff Hcnsley of Rousseau died last Sunday It was only ten days old Mrs Fred Hocooknnd daughters Lena Martin and Virginia of Lexington arc visiting friends I here this week Robert Turners four year old boywag killed at his home near CrockcUsvillo Wednesday by a log falling on its head Frank Knsh returned the first I of the week from the cities where ho had been buying n new stock of goods for Day Bros Co A gospel meeting will be held = at the McCormick Chapel South Jackson Sunday night conducted by Preacher Evan K Evans and of Bocoolc a l Seaton agent nt the O K Junction accidentally shot him self through tho thumb Tuesday Tlio wound was dressed by Drs bco Arnoldand Hurst lion A E Willson Ropubli can candidate for Governor will speak at Booncvillo Friday Sep tember 27 and Campion Satur his day September 28th the to Rev Win Little of Elkatawa was hero Thursday lie got some warrants for some parties ho said disturbed Iris meeting near Henry abbanVs last Sunday Revs Elijah Joseph James Davis and others will conduct the funeral of Milton Josephs boy and others at Elijah Miners on the third Sunday in October llarless Campbell of McQuinn MexicoJ try l raising industry He requests The I hnhisA II Pntton who has been visiting his home folks in West ner Yirgina for the past three weeks returned home Tuesday Mrs Patton was unable to return with him on account of sickness ttov W W Powell who has been pastor of the Presbyterian church hero for the Iluv four years loft Tuesday with his family for Cedartown Ga where hebs has accepted the pastorate of a i church His services had been very acceptable here and his many friends regretted his departure It in not yet known who will suc ceed him QAftermouth of RrLcathcrwoodare very much overstocked onto shoes outing cloth clothing city ninny other staple articles nil of whichwe will sell nt cost for cash until ourstockhas been considersi ably reduced This a n you an opportunity to get good nEverybodyspect our goods It costs you nothing to look but may profit you a great deal our Yours truly Jn NOBLE NOBLE N v Lost Creek Ky I YOUR FALL CLOTHES I Are Ready For You Herev Fall Suits Top Coats and Cravenettes for Men and Boys as well as Fall Hats and alwaysWeby us this season and undoubtedly the best values that it is possible for any one to offer Mens and Young Mens Suits of High Grade Pure Wool and Worsted Fabrics Hand Tailored in the New York shops of Clothing Specialists in models and patterns distinct ively stylish are 20 00 2500 3000 35 00 Popular Business Suits also in all Wool materials with hand work on button holes collars lapels and shoulders in black blues and 00scoresFall Top Coats in tans grays and black silk satin Venetian and serge lined in 36 inch box style 38 and 42 inch lengths are 1to 25 00 0 Fall Hats are shown in variety to cover every demand in the John B Stetson at 4 00 5and 00 IITHETo appreciate the colorings for fall and the many new blocks you must try them on I MONEYS WORTH OR m I MONEY BACK Births Born to M C Noble and wife Lost Creek on the 17th list son Mother und babe reported doing well Horn on tho 13th inst to th wife of Kelly McGuire of Tnul n lino boy weight 12i Ibs Send Some of Em Here Our correspondent at Rousseau says that the whisky dealers neighborhood are coming Juniors and making affidavits quit the business Brother Mc Intosh please send somo of your Juniors to Jackso- nDynamitcrs at Work The store house and barn belonging to Elijah Duff in Perry county was blown up by dyna mite Wednesday night Mr Mil liken of Lexington and his fa mous blood hound Nick Carter passed through here yesterday to to lind the guilty parties Marriage Licenses The following marriage licenses ve been issued since our last Ira Cornell and Miss Nellie Tur both of Jackson Charles S Oaks and Miss Min EllmJtawal1Ior Sewell both of Jackson Moses Wadkins and Miss Emma Gabbard both of Athol They were worried in the clerks office Rev H W Thompson Call up No 5 for groceries and country produce Pastors Assigned The eightyseventh aniual con ference of tho of Methodist Epis pal Church South adjourned sdII Among the assignments Jackson W W Green ha- l Green to be supplied Camp n J JI Matthews West Lib It B Wilson Ihn man and Whitcsburg W P Fryman Rev G B Mann the retiring Pro Elder of the Lexington Dis by Rev E L placedSoulcharge of tho High street Lexington i Salesmen wanted to look after interest in Brcathitt andad cent counties Salary of com mission Address The Victor Oil Company Cleveland 0 nnOn nHn The Skating Rink i The foundation for the skating rink has been completed and work will begin on the building in a few days The building wilt be erected theeHnmmons and James P Adams of Bcattyville are the principal i promoters A Unique Baptizing jointo tho old Seminary on Stillwntcr Wolfo county On the 8th of this monthon the occasion of tho an nual foot washing ti rite sacredly adhered to by tho Baptists ono of the happiest and most unique baptizing in the history of the church took place in the pres ence of a largo assembly A C Kash Regular Baptist of the old school is the father of six sons four of whom Samuel Kash postmaster of Hazel Green Dan iel Kash a physician of Stillwater Willie and Kelly Kash attorneys beIforoand this timehonored church is to I mresIsheWolfe County hriesICircuit court began at Campton Monday Tho day was a perfect ono and there was a good crowd in town Judge Riddell and Com monwealths Attorney Adams didInot arrive till noon on account having missad their train on Saturday but COl1rt was organizedat one oclock with the following jurorsGrand JuryThomas Taulbee D C Miller Sr James Combs tlMBrewer Boone Tyra A J Scott Curtis Shackelford and Lilborn Honaker C C Wircman was appointed foremanePetit Jury No 1Willie Lacy Hiram Whisman R L Tyler F D Allen Charley Lykcns lIura rison Fulks C B Rose W S Tutt James Cox A C Byrd A J Blankcnship and Alex lollirera Petit Jury No 2F M Long B H Neely T P Stamper J M Swango James Brown J N Allen W P Lacy 0 W Ma Nabb Ira Day J L Lewis T B Hanks and Logan Rose cA n IIORMONEY BACK Ifj I IN OUR SAVINGS BANK I 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 lUCKYL o New Depot Agent J E Stiver formerly of L S Junction has accepted tho position of agent at the Jackson depot- to succeed J W Prewitt who resigned to enter into tho mer cantile business Mt Sterling Court Moro than 7500 cattle were on thomnrlet at Sit Sterling Mon tho largest run in fen years Prices were high and the quality was an improvement over the last Best 1000 pound feed brought Hcj bulk of sales from ti up yearlings 4 to 41 heifers from 3 to 3ic cows 2 to 310 bulls at 3 cents Very few sheep on the market but several bunches solditt550a- ndG10 per heqd The hog market was very high and scarce There were 200 suckling mules on the market and tho market was very high Pennsylvania parties purchased a number at from 555 to 85 lL v t J f- A l Master CommissionersNotice Abrelia Marcum Plaintiff- vs Notice Nellie Flanncry c- All persons interested or having claims against the estate of J B Marcum decd are hereby noti sittingsinSeptember 1907 for the purpose of hearing proof of claims against said estate and will continuo until through September 1fI 1907 J W CAIIDWBLL M C B C c TO IMcCarty Moore FOlt STONE and BRICKWORK Moving nnd raising houses and all kinds of masonry work All work guarantecd250m Jackson Kentucky 4 l SHOESjITheyre the Shoes you should call for if you q want to get comfort style and wear at a I reasonable price Theyre built in specialty Ifactories from the most carefully selected I over lasts that conform properly R with the lines of the feet HADe FOR US PetersShoe Co5UoUIs NOTE THE PRICES Ladies Tip- Bluchers 1 25 Ladies Pat Tip Bluchers 1 50 Me us Vici Kid 2 25 2 50 I Mens Patent Calf 3 50 to 4 50 Ladies Heavy Shoes very thing for country wear 165 to 1 85 25iper more our per M aE3 s TAULBEE I iwPAINTSIlI W W Just received a full line W Wt1 W i It TiE 4rmt t Ji J = 11yr coyer more RpncclnstI t longer and look Q t any other paint made Call I TWtiW W ltl prices W WW a 1l tl I1 I 1QS Coming to Y OUGI dFsJ THERE IS NO FATERYI Qiyou payus you got one hundred cents value in ata8 We Believe in Square Tleatnlclltra 0 mightj A s you tt nt good they are mig So yon ciin seo for yourself thats tho surest way O 0 1iJACKSON KENTUCKY t p 0- OeIiQ3Q O f MONUMENTS Jt 1 Headstones and Markers My line oCdesigns are the latest and I can also lprepare special ideas pre sented by my customers If in need of work in my line call and see me or drop me a postal card I erect work anywhero- PriooSreasonable R M SHELYSh- op Located Near the Bridge Jackson Ky r vH i 11CPAPER T Rakes the Machine and Us 1 Engineers Fore and Aft f the Leopard Change Its rSpotsji During the Democratic primary for tenntor and governor last year thn Mayfleld Monitor a staunch Democrat Ic paper wrote the following strong Indictmentof the Democratic machine In Kenucky The fact that Messrs linger and Beckhara won In that prl 1 mary does not change the force nor 1hs truthfulness of the charges inadi 1 by the Monitor If they were true then they are now We submit the Monitors article to the voters of the tate that they may know what a Dem- ocrallc editor In the Gibraltar ot I Democracy thinks of the Democratic machine and Its engineers Messrs nckh m and Hagor And bear h mind that these chnrges were not made by a Republican and that a tew months has not In tho least chungci the leopards spots What tho Fight Is The present campaign Is not merelY a nght between the Ins and outs as the machine organs would have the people believer It Is a fight of the people to dlslodgi Y the Frankfort machine a well organ- IzedI lot of politicians banded togeth er for tho purpose of controlling all the offices of the state and fllllni 1 their capacious pockets from tho treasury 4 1 And It Is a fight that Is of much SreatorImport to the people than they can at present realize because ma chine politics In Kentucky as applied to the state Is comparatively Are sent thing and It Is hard for the pco pie to understand Its many evils and the great danger attending Is pepct f atlonMnchlnelsm represents all that la bad In politics It Is practical politics gone to seed The greatest graft Ic c jL- the smallest number Is the motto ol the machine politician Statesman ship and patriotism are completely eliminated from his creed Tho peo pie are all dumbdriven cattle to him possessing neither private nor political rights which he Is bound to respect and beyond the means they afford for gratifying his greed for Kraft and lust for power excite no in wsterest In his unconscionable soul I The Frankfort machine Is modem- In every respect The most up te date appliances for extracting money from the peoples pockets and fooling them Into the belief that they are be ing robbed for their own good arc employed Scientific experts who know all the Ins and out of machine i politics are In charge and nothing that will bring shcckles Intg the hands of the rnachlneor Increase Its power for perpetuation Is being neglected This Is the machine which Heck ham Hager Co built and for which they are asking a new lease of life It has already cost the state untold thousands In extravagance and mis feasance and what it has cost Is a mere bagatelle to what it will cost If continued in power j This Is the machine which the peo I pIe are fighting and which they would iweep from the face of the earth if could realize half of its rotten itheyI f This Is tho machine which Messrs Heckham and Hager are expecting to Fmput them In power and give one six and the other four years more at the publlo crib This Is the machine which started I i out to build a state capitol for eight I V hundred thousand dollars and asked the legislature for two millions be I fore the foundation was completed i This Is the machine that paid JCOp t 000 for capitol plans when they were offered plans by a reputable architect bifor 16000 and this same architect to give a bond to build the cap Ito for 825000 This Is the machine that paid 821 000 for printing when under their contract it should not have coat 4 000 and at another time gave away 120000 18000 in tire same mariner This is the lam machine that paid 124000 for extra attorneys fees to their pets In three years This Is the machine that lowered tho rat of taxation 2 Vincents on the hundred and raised the value of property 25 pr cent making the tax much higher than before This II the machine that has taxed everything In sliM aud levied back taxes that It might have motley to meet Its wasteful and extravagant practices This Is the machine that put the charitable InsUtutlons In the hands of Percy ITaly a Frankfort politician who learned statesmanship In his I lathers saloon This Is the machine under whose management brutalities have been practiced at the Lexington asylum that have resulted In the death of ono ff patient and perhaps more This is the machine that comes up nnd whitewashes all such deviltry for fear it might hurt the administra Hon nod gut some of its pets In prison This Is the machine that makes poor c women attendants In the asylums pay part of their 20 per month salary to Governor Deokhalus campaign ex penses This Is the machine that makes all the attendants clerks and guards at the charitable Institutions contribute to the campaign expenses of the ma china candidates or lose their jobs This Is the machine that uses tho clerks In the auditors office and all other state offices to send out cam paixn literature for Meesrs Deckham- r nd Heser while they are being paid I far their ssrylcM by the state Thiti Is the machine that created sew eIIIucllaerHud the salaries1 4 iraw riwa ta Lbs esttfjt ff 150000 Ilri t r Ja 1 t c 6 I f 1V 10 Yw tI4 i Ii L 1t s tJ senlThis is the machine that killed ate bill No 26 which was Intended pay parties who were summoned toI Jury service and not used for the of time because It would leave about 10000 a year In the peoples pocket and thus deprive time machine of tin use of this amount This Is the machine that levied the tax of 1 on tho poor mans clog that they might have more of the IIIoplcsI money to handle This Is the machine that created time board of control that Is now paying oxtravanaril prices for supplies for the charitable Institutions thus enriching their friends at the expense of the stateThis Is the machine that created the offlco of fire commissioner for MoLt Ayres at a salary of 3500 per year and the office of assistant fire commla sloner to provide a soft place for Deckhatn Trlplett time governors ne phew at about 2000 per year and the said Mott Ayres has moved his offlco from Frankfort to Louisville whore ho Is conducting Mr lingers campaign while being paid br the state to do nothing Thla Is the machine that doubled the number of guards at the prison while the Increase In prisoners was not ever ten per cent This Is the machine Hint provided fat offices for nil tIme members of the last legislature who voted for their measures of graft and plunder This is the machine which gavHh senator from Graves county a soft Job as manager ot the Confederate Soldiers Home nt poweo Valley nt a salary of 1600 per ycjir and living expenses for himself aud family l11r cause he betrayed hl constituents qpt1 voted for Its eattdldRtP for Unite States senator against Jo UlackuUH This Is the machine that pays the editor of the Lyon County Herald f75 per month to sit In an office at the Eddyvlllo prttoii and edit two papers defending Mess It HctK1IH1 and Haper- I In their extravngnnoes niul njUrflS ageinent of state affairs IThis Is the machine that buys u papers that fought them in the cart palgn three ypars ago and make them present tho sorry spectacle ot having sold tltolf MrthrlgHt of hono and manhood for a mess ftIThis Is the machine which Messn Beckham and Huger and Percy lilt and MoLt Ayres and nil the various Blzed satellites are asking the people toendorseAnd Is time piashlne which the people Intend to snow under deop and strong at the primary uex montli Mayfleld Monitor SHERIFFS SALE By virtue of execution No 35J in favor of Stoll Hamilton vs Breck Combs ct 111 which is sued from the Clerks oflico of the Breathitt Circuit Court It or on C of my deputies will on Monday Sept 23 1907 between the hours of 12 oclock m and 2 oclock p m at tho cour t house door in time town of Jackson Brcathitt county Ky exposo t o public stile to the highest bidder the following property or so mud thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of plaintiff debt interest and costs towit A tract of land situated ii 1 Brcathitt county on the North 1 Fork of tho Kentucky rivet am Quicksand creek at tho mouth o Quicksand creek beginning on t black oak and beech on tho nortl side of the said North Fork of the Kentucky river at a small draii about two hundred ynrds below tho mouth of Quicksnndcrcek- thcncenorthwest about 180 poles to a stake in the line ofthe square at the Meetinghouse branch thence down the branch with its mean ders to the mouth thence up main Quicksand creek to the mouth ol South Fork thence up said South Fork to the old line of said survey or square thence with stud line which is Jesse Spurlocks old line to an oakand pino on tho river passing by a dogwood and hick ory corner of said Spurlocks land and Backs lund on Spurlock branch so ns not to take any land convcftcd by Wiseman to Jesse Spurlock ttyeucc from the oak and pine river with its meanders to the beginning Levied upon as the interest in tho prop erty of Breck Combs and Sam Combs defend nts in this Ii fa TermsSale will be made on a credit of six months bond with approved security required bear ing interest at tim rate of six per cent per annum from dIn of sale and having tho force and effect of a replevin bond The amount to be made at this said is 24093 to which addcost of advertising 1000 Given under my hand as Sheriff of Brcathitt county this August 19 1907BUECIC CltAWKOUI S B C By S II FUOATK n S FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE WILL CURE YOU of any case of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medicine Take it at once Do not risk havingBrights Dis ease or Diabetes There is nothlhg gained by delay 50c and f100 Bottlta- MtUII Ui8TlTUTIfi JACKSON DRUG GO- t J r 9 rfT 4 I Sheriffs Execution Sale By virtue of Venditioni Exponiu in favor of Floyd Day vs Marion Lawson which issued from the Clerks office of the Brcalhitt Cir cuit Court now in my hands for collection I or one of my depu tics will o- nMonday Sept 23 1907 between the hours of 12 oclocl m and 2 oclock p m at the court house door in the town of I I Jackson Breathitt County Ky expose to public sale to the high est bidder the following property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy tim amount of the plaintiffs debt interest and costs and Sheriffs commissions towitA certain tract of landin Brcathitt County Kentucky or the North Fork of the Kcntucki river below tho mouth of Frozen creek in said county becinnipj on time south side of mid river nt the mouth of a branch n corner of Win Lawson deceased thence up the point on tho lower side of the branch with said Lawsons line to the head of the branch thence easterly keeping the divid lint ridge betwcclt Mill creek and said branch to a stake on the top of the rIdge at time head of the lirst branch above the beginning thencp westward rU down said branch with its rncnndcrs to its niouui thence with tho river to tho beginning levied upon w the prOperty of 4HIIIIUII Lawson a dofcndcnt in siiid execution Terms Bale will be made on II credit of six months bond with approved security rcquircdj bear ing Interest at the ra 01 SIX cent per annum from day of salo- I and haying the force nod oirect of a bond The amount to be made by this sale is S1792T- GiVfin upder my hand as Sherii of llreathltt county this Angus 10 lOOT BKECK CUAMTOUD S B C By S II FUUATBVD S SHERIFFS EXECUTION SALE By virtue of execution No 29G in favor of tho Commonwealth f Kentucky vs Mary Itobbins and execution No 297 in favor of tIe Commonwealth of Kentucky vs Mary liobbins and execution Xp favor of tho Commonwealth of Kentucky vs Mary bobbins and execution No 299 In favor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky vs Mary Uobbins which issued from the Clerks cilice of time Brcathitt Circuit Court and execution No tsG in favop of the Commonweshh of Kentucky vs Thurston liobbins anti thn Wyatl ofIIvs Thurston Bobbins and John Wyatt and execution No 239 in favor of tha Commonwealth of Ken tucky vs TJmrstfln qbbins and M A Spencer nnd execution No thcCommonwealthf Thurston Bobbins which issued from the Clerks ollico of the Brcathitt Circuit Court now in my hands for collection I or one of my deputies will on Monday Sept 23 1907 between tho hours of 12 oclock ra and 2 oclock p m at the court house door in the town of Jackson Brcathitt County Ken tucky expose to public sale to the highest bidder the following property or so much thereof as may bo necessary to satisfy the amount of tho plaintiffs debt in terest and costs and Sheriffs commissions towit A certain tract of land lying and being in Brcathitt county Ky situated on time waters of Coles fork of Cane creek Beginning at a rook on the left hand of Coles fork and running up the hill with tho fence and agreed line between Janes Hn dix and Cavlin White to a point in and with tho fence where it now runs around in tho limit thence leaving said fence and running straight up the point to Mary Millers line thence running back around the head of school house hollow with Mary Millers line and said Iladdix and Mary Millers wire fence on time dividing line to tho K U Land Companys line continuing with the wiro fence to Mack Howards line and down the hill with time wiro fence to Park Bullocks and Robert Whittakers corner thence running with said Whittakers lot line to John Wyatts lot line thenco with said Wyatts line to main Cane creek thence up Cane creek to Coles fork thence up Coles fork to the beginning ex cluding from time above boundary the land conveyed by Mary Rob bins to Nancy Howard by of October 12 1900 levied upon as time property ol Mary Kobbins md 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 lag interest at the rate of six per sent per annum from day of salo and having the force of a replevin Bond Amount to be made by this sale 80081 advertising 1400 Witness my hand this the ROth fay of August 1007 BKEOK Ciuvflponn S B C By S IT FUOATE D i be 1 r t 1 fJ Jy 1- 1jj t IIIIf AJ YOUR t PRINTING It should be n fit representative of your business which menus the high grade artistic kind That1 tho kirid wo do CARDS ENVELOPES LETTER HEADS- STATEMENTS BILL HEADS ETC Anything anti everything time way of high grade couimorcia printing Tiioroa only ono kinr of paper wo do not JlIndlothllts tho good enough It isnt eat iafiictory to tho printer or tho con simmer Time best la none to good for our trade TIlE NEWS Believes in dealing in the heat nwl always hna bplievecj in it- O Hl at our oftlco and look over our sanijlea of letter heads on velopita business stationery wed ding invitations and ladies calling cards Youll he pleased with time work nnd prices will suit THE NEWS Main St Over Postoff u i The Future American Highway TIme future Aniorleiin highway nc cordliiK to nn Inventor whoso iuni phlct Is reviewed In Kicluocrltis 0Iwill bo a paved roadway 120 feet In total width divided by longitudinal purlft intO eight sepnrntp rondways fur toe pasMege In each dIroctkmn fle provides two sixteen toot roadways for animal traction veblelus and a tour foot walk at each side for the stray i xlwtrlnns who may etlll Indulge In the antiquated method of locomotion hat nature furnished Time rest of tho rrldtl Is devoted to automobile romlij I5 time rn4 Qt th14 tpnlllrlnhll hIgh- way would mount up to ttweoii 100 100 and 200000 jwr who the Inventor Joes well to rail It n highway of the future There a reason for that nche It four tack rljjlit where it itlilchiV every time you bend o7er I turn sroud or willie any dUUnaft Its your kid lIes Take DeWltlit Kidney and madder Plllt Tilts are unequnlvd fur backache veakkldnejg and IiHanv inillon of the bladder A veok treatment S5i Sold byJ uckson Dru Ci A Monster Belt A Cliicftgo comjHiny hits ranclc for a sawmill wha to he the largest single Icatliqr belt in the world Jt is of pure oak bark- tanned leather elhtytour lncbes- fillo and three ply in thickness and weighs just J100 pounds The belt is I 11 feet long It took the centers of the hides of 225 steers to make it anti paglj of this leather was separately stretched before bolng placed In tho belt A belt nearly as largo has been running for many years at a spinning mill in Ghent DeWittg Carholized Witch hit tel Salve li good lor bolls burn cum scalds and kln diteasps It Is five clally good for plIes Sold by J ckgon Drug Co PITH AND POINT A pretty girl yawning Iii a terrible sight It Is very easy to Jar tho tnbld where n nervous person la writing DeW1tl Little Early Uers an Rood for anyone who needf A pill They are a airmailsale sure little pill that donot gripe or sijkcn Slid bj Jackson Driig On It time jay guts slow to you take ti III every hour and see how fast time will nppeur to fly You can tell when n man eglim to get old by the way he will say hp Is Junt In the prime oC life Hcnv to Avoid Anpcnilicltls Most of the victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually constipated Oriuu Inxatlvt FrultiSyrup cure chronic constipation by stimulating the liver and I owel nnd restores the tint Ural action of time bowels Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and Ii niild and plennant to take Itefuie substitutes Jackson Drug Cu The degree of doctor of medicine hns been conferred upon Pr VIlfred T Ironfoll C I n by tho University of Oxford cnumi lIOn oris In recognition of time work ho has achieved In mprovlng the social condition of the Labrador fisher folk The honor bestow LIl upon him by his old university Is all the more market by reason of Its being the first honorary M D degree conferred by Oxford The way to get lIlot u cold whether It be a bad cold or Just a little one Is to get It out of youriyitem through the bawcli Nearly all Cough direr ip cUlly those that contain opiate are conttlpatlng Kennedy Laxative andIto take Sold liy Jockion Drug Co f tJr t fJr twit S 1S Found At LUST J A llainuti nf Llzetmm West VA says 1 At ItiBt I have found time imorfect pill this never ill aipulnis ma and for the heath of others ulltlolod with tropnt liver stud chronlo con tlllation will sir take JJr Klnua New Life Illli UuManteed Ballafnctoiy 20 u by JickBun Drug C- Beecher In a Letter to Hit Son Wliun working fur others sink your self out of RlKht gook their Interest Mako yourself necessary ti thoso who employ you by industry fidelity and arrurmloui integrity Soinnhucni la fa Inl Hold yourself respoiisllilo for n higher standard tlnui anybody else ex poets of you Domatid more of yourself titan nnytxxly expects of you Keep 0111 own standard high Never excuse yourself to yourself Jvover pity your self lie n hard master to yourself but loulent to everybody else Concentrate your force ou your own business do not turn off Be constant steadfast persevering TIIONOW Pure Food and Drug Lay Ve are pleaied lo announce that Foleys Honey and Tar for cough colds and liing troulilfx Is not offpcttjd by the National Pure Food and Drup law an It comtalns no opiates or otlet harmful drugs it1tys reeommend II ns a safe remedy fur children and lid 1111 Jackson Drug On A Regard For Appearance A iiitllluur Ondeavored to sell to n colored voiaan one of tho last seasons limits at n very moderate price It vas a big white picture limit IJMV no honey exclaimed thl woman I could ncvah wear that Ill look jes like n blueberry In n tau of milk How to lluumln Young To continue young In health nnn itrengtliilon Mr N P U Witii aic OonoiiRh Ga did She says Tlirfo lioitlf of Electric hitters cured me tI Iiollblelcl1l11pJlcattd condition of the blood thai my skin I turned red as lUiinel I am now prno ttcallyJO soars younger than before 1 took Klfotrio Hitters I can now do all ny Vork with Pil se suet nIL in my r iiiigUHiid store Guaranteed bj lickion Drug OJ Trice mOo I wont Jet you have any more fur loll hJ I That settles It Ot suppose 01 cant got time furlough thcnV Xo Im afraid riot rntrlcIIt was 1ntrlcUH turn now to eye the colonel as he started for tho door Stopping suddenly he said Colenel CUll Ol nny ixuurthlnsV Certttlnly Vntrlok Vhnt Js ittYou wont get Lund colonel It 01 eny It riCertainly not Tntrlck What 01 want to say there mire two 111111111 did liars In this room 01 was never married In me bite Menlthy kldneya tiller the impurities fnni the blood and unless they do this RooJ health U InipoMlbta Foleys Kidney Omits maUei sound klllne11111utI will poilvtly cure all frimim aid bladder diieaie it ftrfnyhtena the nhble tllhm Jnckjon Drug Co The fros can only breathe with Its mouth IIpscd TJio nxitbop fttmlor must keep her young n year III tho nest before they are able to tlrLoll Angeles Times One of the worst features kidney trouble is that it hi tin Insidious disease and biifiiro the victim realixea lila danger he may hive a latal malady Take FoIeT Kidney lure at the lint sign- dl trouble as It corrects Irregularities and prevents Hrl hts disease and dia betes Jacktfnn Drug Co If tho baseball tim IH said to he mak ing rapid progress In Orent Ilrltnln In of time variety that seine of tho rlnlw lUll jirovldlng In tlIJi4 country It should never again ho complained that Enl IMitnen cannot appreciate a Joke 1rovldeuco Tribune There are a grout ninny people who have slight attack of indigestion unU lyrpepila nearly all time time Their food may satisfy the npiedtu but It tnllllto tiouim irIs the body simply Uf caui o the tlomnch Is not In lit condition In du the work it is supposed to do It cant digest the tout you rat The stomocli should be given help You Dti htialio fompthing that will doHhe work your sjomnch cant do Kidol For Indigestion and Dystepslii n somblnatlon of natural dlgpslants and regc table acids digests the food Itself mod give ttrengtli end health to limp ilPinoeli Pleasant to take Sold by- Jscksn Drug Uo A welt known physician points out the benefIcial effects sure to result tram walking to work hut no doubt time majority will continue to look for vard to the pleasure of walking time otherwWnshiEjton E21 t Occasional headache belching bad IA8telllthe mouth lack of npnetlte md flight nervousnesi are smptonu f Indigestion which when allowed tog- um uncared fur wilt develop into a case if dynpepsia that will take a long tlmp to get rid of Dont neglect your lomach At the first indication of trouble take something that will help It slung in its work of digesting time food you eat Kodol For Indigestion and Dyspepsia will do this Kodol will make your food do you good and will liable you to enjoy what you eat iold by Jackson Drug Co Stock Profits can be greatly Increased by giving special care to the health of every animal anJ fowl on the farm Sick poultry sheep cattle hogs horses etc depend on their Uvers to keep them well BlackDraughtStock Medicine keeps their Uvers working and therefore kecpaUiem well UUckDrought Stock and rout try McJIdne isa pure natural vegetable blood purifier and acts by regulating the stonadi liver and bowels It prevents and cures Hog Chol era Chicken Cholera Colic Distemper Coughs Colds Constipa tion Fever Loss of Appetite Wasting Away and all the common stock diseases- It Is a perfect medicine for ten tral farm use Try It Price 25c for a large can at all druggists and dealers IImi 1 Curios Storks devour kitten Fish never chow their food The horsft had 110 eyebrow Turtles antI tortoises have noTteeth TIme ahooi upper Jaw In toothlc lAll cud chewing nnlnmfo have ijlovoi hootsA grown kangaroo can leap six tyfect 5 hares and snakes sleep with their PCS open Qiircil Hay luvur timid Suinnuj Cold A J KiuUnum Otttesville Indiana write lnit jear IiuHerej for three month with n ul1Inur cold sodlttrcM Ing that It Interfered with my business 1 lull ninny of the sTinntonu ot hay fever and a doctors prescription did nut reach my OAtS and I tOOk teveral modloliipi which trpinHd to only aggravate my case Fortunately I III vUted upon having Kolej llon r and Tnt in the yellow package intl It quickly cured me Mywifa has since used- Foley Honey and Tar with the lam sucoSS Jsektotm DragO- ndItorlaIFlings Russia Is alwnyi reudy to talk about peace It la snottier Instance of human natures tendency to discuss those tulnira of which It knows very little VanhliiKton Star Saved Her Semis LifeT- ime hipiIekt mother hi the little town of AvUiMo U Mrs 8 Huppee She Yriel1Ino year ago my somm was I down with inch serious lung rouble Ilhlltor phyftclnn was miabla to hell by our druggists nditse 1- i begun giving him Dr Kings New DII covery anti I 10011 policed Improve munt I keep this treatment up for a few weeks when ho vtt perfectly well lIe hls worked tlalIllIlol1 at eAr penter work Dr KliiRa New DN covery saved his life Gurnmi bet cuugl nnl cod euro by JCkJlII- lIrug Co COonnd flOC Trial LutlU free You think a u on ban child is a sad- sWilt tnt do you think of parent whq have outlived nil their children Isnt that n sight with more grief lu it Atchlson Globe or Interest to 3Iuny Foleys Kidney Oarp will cure any eRSe of kidney or bladder trouble that Is not beyond the reach of mrdlclii Nil medicine cnn do niece Joukiur Drug Ou It you run Into n stone wnifJO round It Dont back off and butt it and keep nt It as long us ypu coin stand Workud Illcn u Ghnrin lrD N Walker edllur of that spicy journal this Enterprise Louisa Va says t ran a null In my font last week tint nt once applied Iluckleni ArnIca Salve No itiflnmniktlim fol lowed I the salve limply healrd the wound heels every sore burn slid lln disease Guaranteed at Jacksin O iugOo iriceSfic A sane mnn knows ho doesnt know It nil Its the crazy man who know- seyliigamid knows lioJkiiowH it I KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS KingsNew I FOR c lOt TLl antis AND ALL THROAT AND OROW KodoI I r riith tv t j 4 4 RHRlIS PBICK 1ILUNO TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATI3FAOXOKY REFUNDED LE RAILWAY I VIXTEU TiaiEtfADLE 4 KFFKOTIVE NOV 18 10CC NO 1 NO 3s WEST BOUND Daily 1ailyf Ex Sun 4 AM m Lv Jackson C 10 2 20 i 0 K Junction 61i 22ff Ellmtawa 620 230 Athpl 0 40 2 C2 Tallega 0 49 3 MK St Helens 0 f9 a 11 JJcat villeJunct 7 07 It20 Torrent 7 J50 a 1 LA Campion Junct 748 IJ 67 Dundee 7 f2 4 03 Filson S 01 4 140 Stanton 8 lt 4 25 ClavCily 8 25 4 M G07nWinchesterAr Lexington n B5 0 05 Vf 2NO 4 EAST ROUNDnUi Daily Ex Sun J ta AM Lv Ix xington 2 25 7 3ii Winchester 8 10 8 13 L K Junct S 25 820 Clay City I 00 U 02 Stanton 4 10 9IOF Filson 4 26 1 t2 Dundee 1 37 J 34 2tCampion Junct 140 98Torrent 4 67 UliUI BcattvtiileJunct 5 18 10 17 St Helens f 20 10 25 p Tallejja 6 37 10 35 Athol r 45 10 4ilI Elkutmvii C 013 11 10 OKlunct C 10 11 15 Ac Jackson C 15 11 20 CONNECTIONS r L E IurloNmfgmsNos 1 anil 3 will make connections with 0 0 Ky for Mt Sterling CAMPTON JUNCTION Allvtrains connect with Mountain Corn troth Hallway for Pino HUIjn and CunintonNEATT1TJLLEJUNCTION p Trains Non 2 and 4 connect with L Ally for passengers to anti from llcatlyriUc 0 1C UNCTIONTrains No 8 and 4 with tho Ohio Kentucky for local stations on 0 K Ky CHAS SCOTT G P 4- tItILNAYol K UITUCTIVK NOV 11 11101 WHSl hOUND Daily Ex Sun l 1ST CLAM Jll CUKI A M 1 U- Lv 00OiFrozen n n 8 kl- Vancluvo 11 3d 3 42- WilhuKt U 41 a t llnmnton 11 ft I 40 Koso Fork 12 05 M 30 Leo City 12 13 4 45- llclcchawa 12 19 4 fir Ar Cannel City 12 35 n 20 EAST HOUND Daily Kx Sun 2r oLAitg lur CIAV AM pILv Cannel City 710 1 do- llelcchawa 7x3T 117 23ltoeFork 11Wilimurst f7Frozen 25ArSunday passenger train leaves returningleaves M L CONLEV Gon Mgr Mountain Central Depart Arrive filfiam Campion 11 30 a m 145 p in Campion 6 00 p ItlIArrive Doparl 8 00 ti m Campion Jun 10 a m 4 00 i m Campion Jun 4 40 pm Make connection with nil LJfc b passcnyor trains v Reduced Rates VIA QUEEN v OREOENTROUTE i ON THE 1ST AND 3RDlIF TUESDAYS OF EACH MONTH tTO MANY POINTS SOUTH j 11um TicketsNow ftill May 81st 1907 For prrticulars write HC KINt OPTALexington Ky i FORDYSPEPSIAH II DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATlUUtTM IndlgMtlon Sour Stonich BelchJnj of Ou Ik- riirAiio osuy AT Till UIOITOBY or ErCr DWITTp XIUJAOFSONDEUGGO t c sI I ra 4 cL