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T y + lr yrtrsin Medium I ItI l 4 tiltND ADJOINING COUNTIE8- e J VIes Editor and PobllborT N worK DBVOTED TO IntRiweviipf EASTKHN KKNTUOKV ONE DOUAB PER YEAR IK I V lame VI Jackson Friday iI J UiHfHii H H Ht H H1 iHH H HHHH H J FINAL swEEi 1 t t J tUB GOODS oe e 4 AlhSununer goods must go 4 7 forf g o j our fall goods We must r Tf TI y jr AfJ ffcvc the room and its l 6Gtun fault if you do if 1j It t iot fake advantage of this 1 sale Goodness 4 knows out prices are low enough He dr i 9 member everything in the liouso will be sold at cost ii I I ire 4 all ue r Ladies 500 Skirts t r- r li NOW S35Oail Now is your opportunity1 J t I EUSTER ISAACS ale KINGS OF LOW PRICES GGe aQs9SZSlICa r52Sc5 S Sre52S25i52iiS FLOYD DAY President r SAMJJlIEAD JR Cats tier W IJ UO r1lClbVFORDf1m M P DAVIS Iri Acting Cashier 1 r tv JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK rn Jackson Kentucky m f Paid up Capital laird Surplus 2735ooo h jj u g mwoloUclt tho Banking u8ine8B and accounts of K m Business Men jjj i Merchants J Farmers g Throughout Eastern Kontnoky and offer our Customers the LIBEFRALrn Within the lhnilte of legitimate business = J I t hl1 v 5- X52555SZ575dS25Z525uZ5c52 THE R9y OFFERS VERY LOW i i Rates To Arkansas p 1 t Indian Territory 0 dtvys of each month a Apply to any Southern Ry Agent or write A R COOK D P A fc IB S PENT T PA LOISVILlEK r H tt rr4i r- I i r r BREATHITT C j rNTY nJ A TilE Kentucky 49rSUMMER gvIDTERMSm SPECIALTYCOL Southern ROUND- TRIPHOmeseekers LouisianaOklahoma Texas guesTickets NEWS SS SZS2ssEss22s- TO 1 ADVERTISERS Iii Tho Breathitt Loamy News Ijj lifts now tho largest circula tion of any paper in Eastern andJmI Jj mdidlldertising you have never advertised with us give us a chance If you make your for trade through Tho News ItPwill reach the largest and tJ most intelligent class of buyers in tilts community Your I ndwill bo rend by them and they will become yonr customers I Try it und seornI lsa 5US5252S2525 5 cBJ Bruner at Jackson Dr Ben L Bruncr Republican nominee for Secretary of State spoke to a good crowd at tho courthouse hero last Saturdify Dr Bruncr has participated in live erIfestedall over Eastern Kentucky I during tho present cnmpnign Citi zens of that section ho says arc betting two to one that the Re publican ticket will win For ono hour lie made a strong appeal to tho voters of Breathitt county to standup manfully in tho present campaign in support of the principles of good govern mont in the tipbuilding of trio fac tors that tend to elevate the moral and material status of our Com monwcalth and to remove and de stroy tho forces that make for evil Ho reviewed the record of the Democratic party in the man agemcntof the Ifft irs of government in Kentucky for the past four years und showed an endless and continuous chain of mismanagement and misgovernment in aUI the affairs of tbq Commonwealth His speech was well received and n1adnAfino i VOterS prcscntinn Irisordfwfn bo well remembered throughout the heat and turmoil of the un jjI3rdiscoveries during his tour which illustrates the wholesale frauds perpetrated by the Democratic machine leaders during tho recent primary Substantial citizens of Martin county whoso veracity is unquestioned told Dr Bruner that Martin county did not receive a single ballot for tho recent Primary The ballot boxes came all right but the ballots were short andno election was held Yet thoI entire vote of tho county was ro ported for tho Heckham1 lager combination In two precincts of Paintsvillc Johnson county Dr Uruncr was informed that F A Hopkins Democratic candi date for Congress received 99 votes which was considered a full Democratic vote but in the recent Democratic State primary Beck ham and linger got 392 votes inI these same two precinctsC Springs Go To Eubanks The Clark circuit court has adjudged W Z Eubanks and his children to be the owners of nndc entitled to tho immediate possession of the Oil Springs property near Indian Fields that has been in litigation for several years in Clark county Mr Eubank CXI peels to improve this property at once and when that is done it willI bo a popular summer resort Reducing the Grade The grade of tho Mountain Cen tral railway on tho hill near Camp ton Junction is being reduced nearly five per cent and will be completed in n few weeks Gen eral Manager John C M Day is improving the road in many re spects Extension of Time The Court of Appeals Saturday extended tho time sixty days for filing tho transcript of tho record in the appeal of tho Commonwealth vsJamcs Hargis from Elliott county in tho case dismissed by Judge Moody over tho protest of tho prosecution Governor Bradley will speak at Beattyville Tuesday October 8 r jw Double Comedy o Errors Hall imnr CrrIPlliJl1dIe Complications even mr3 amusing than those described n Shake speares Comedy of Ei ttrs are possible tit the Hotel Condon Among the guests nro Mr nail Mrs R K Cuudill and Mr and- Mrs J T Caudill nil Cannel City Ky So much does one Cnudill resemble p pr man and so much does ear woman resemble the other wramn that frequently they have jccn mis taken ono for anotherjtfor the husbands are twin b r t ers who married twin sisterso double wedding occured at t home of the brides in 187 The twin bro hers Accentuate the likeness existing bo keen them by dressing exactly a Ike cycn to the most insignific lOt detail and so do the twin sisti rs It is said that when fthe C udill twin toys were courting the Wells twin sisters they began qrt the same day cnchpuriPre arranged for distingoisliing marks in order that there might bg no rmbnrmss ing mistake but the twin couples laughingly brush aside query as to the accuracy of this rcport Each of the couples has had three children but Mr and Mrs R E have thrqe boys while Mr arid Mrs J TyJarcJtwb boys and a girl Why tll gfrijould have happened and thus marred the continuity of coincidence is not explained it1 Old Granny Destroyed Moonshiners runnmrrat large in Lcxingtohwcreplejitirul Sunday night says the I cln ion Herald Deputy United SlatfjiMarshal W M Mays this noil toe of the- ruoqnshincrs inR t I Kcntucln- arrivcd1n LcxingfaitJiSunday afternoon from Jaclreftwivith a gang oftivelvo shin rs take them to Frofort pliersy will be tried this week = Federal j CDurtthidGCQ 1UlJrlSUare Made Dow r m Iiey nolds 1 JJllrctt Ji Sandlin SugSaudlin Elijahcll Elijah Couchlandthem are charged V either with Lmoonshining or booth gging Ser eral of the men were oapturcd last week by Marshal Mays in his raids on tlio moonshine stills in Owslcy and Breathitt Countiesl Ono of the best captures lie has made during his six years of service for tho Government was made last week when ho located and destroyed the Old Granny at the mouth of Jctts Creek in Broathitt county Tins still has been in operation for ten years nail no mnrshnl or set of revenue men were able to locate it until Marshal Mays found its location Accompanied by Marshal Frank Elliott of Louisville and four other men they raided tho place at night and burned it Jack Gab is believed to have been the operator of the still and a warrant has been issued for his arrest Warrants have also been issued for the arrests of Elijah Gabbard Jerry Deaton and Shelby White charging them with assisting Gab bard in operating the place It is ono of the oldest stills in Breathitt county Marshal Mays came near being killed twice in tho raid First ho was attacked by a four foot copperhead snake that hung its fangs in his trouser legs and again his horse fell from- a cliff and pinioned him to the ground Ills leg was very badly bruised in the fall but in both instances ho escaped without serious injury One of the reasons why the Old Granny still Had operated so long without being found was of tho shrewdness of Gab bard Although the still was in two hundred yards of his home ho had made it n practice to go from his house up n hollow for nearly n mile cross a creek and then re trace his steps through a creek bottom so that no path was made leading to the still TJio only way that Marshal Mays as able to locate it was throughivconfedprato of Gabbard who cl him Ho did not catch Gabbwrdr iM 1t r ELECTION OFFICERS I For the November Elec I tion 1907 JACKSON PRECINCT No1 H C Hurst R and Be C Ply den I judges Ospar IIu ins It clerk and Harlan Rice D sheriff JACKSON NO 2 lien Young It and Willie Spur 1rnzielUsheriff JACKSON NO 8- Ilnrdin Childors It and Alfred Hollon D Judges George LUtlc R clerk and Alex Cundiff D sheriff FIIOZKX CHEEK NO 1 James Oaks R and David Vest D judges Blaine Short D clerk and John Hurst R sheriff CUAWFOIlD FKUCINOT No5 Clay Crawford D and Ehsha Johnson Jr It judges James II Johnson R clerk and Stun Jett D sheriff TKItHV PRECixC O 6 Luther Little Hand Thomas Griflith D judges Hiram John son D clerk and Alex Johnson U sheriff Jolts II LBWI8 No7 Harlan Griflith R and Jero Reynolds D judges Green B Stamper It clerk and Roger Callahan D sheriffC- KOCKETTSVIILK No8 John A Turner R and J D Burton D judges Luther Calla han D sleek and Wm Sebastian R sheriff OEOUPES UKANcir so 9 Jason Deaton Hand lames Raleigh D judges Charles Gam bill R clerk and Ed Deaton D sheriff LOST CREEK NO 10 Wm Haddix R and George Deaton 11 judgesW Ch Strong Djolerk and Seymour Watts R sheriff 1LO troqin- I ftMU James Hud son D judges Green Miller R clerkand J M Allen D sheriff SIIUNO FORK NO 12 C Minter R and Wm dem ons D judges Greenville Stacy D clerk and Sanford Brown R sheriff ELUOTTSVILLK NO 13 Wm Harvey R and Sam Pat ton Sr D judges Daniel McIntosh R clerk and L C Cal houn D sheriff TAULHEE NO 14 OrbenIclerk and Joseph Harris R sheriff Couldnt Trail Capt Mulliken and his dogs which ho took to Grapevine Perry county last Thursday night an account of which appeared in last weoks News failed to find a trail of tho parties who dynamited soy era buildings of E C Duff of that place The killing of TaylorGambillsome time ago by Judge Duff is thought to have induced tho destruction of his property Gambills widow has brought suit against Judaic Duff in the sum of 10000 in the Perry circuit court ADVERTISED LETTERS Remaining Uncalled for In Jackson Postoffice List of letters remaining un claimed in the Jackson postoflico for tho weekending Sept 27 1907and sent to the Dead Letter Ofiico at Washington D C for the week ending Oct 11 1907 AAllio Adkins B James J Brady 0R Clevedence D Richard Davidson K Maggie Kilburn L Allen Lovelace America Little M Andrew Muncie Ed Mag aner McPherson Catha rine Miller W Mary Williams Persons calling for tho above mail will please say advertised D D HURST P M I Stop with Hart Bros at Reed Hotel when itvLexington r i nu f The Largest CirculationO- F ANY PAPER IN THIS SECTION aura UAOINB ADVANCE appeal because Find Judge Paulina Shiners Placed in Jill Deputy United States Marshal Frank Horn took Jack and Hen derson Williams Jack Smith Hendrix Allen and John S Grig by to Richmond Tuesday and placed them in jiil ta await the Novem ber term of the United court there lacy are charged with mianshining MM Rose Griffin was also placed in jail there on the same charge Lost Creek We thank the Federal and county officers for tho war they have waged against tho tigers in thin section and beg them to con tinue the good fight until the tige has been banished from our realm We had an oldtimo Baptis- meeting at the school house at tho mouth of Lcathcrwood on Saturday and Sunday September 14thnnd 15th There were about two hundred in attendance andold time peace and friendship seemed to pervade tho entire con gregation We attribute nth these kindrelations to tho absence of the tiger mans booze John H Combs Elias Mullens and UH Landrum impressively proclaimed the power and influence of Gods word and love over tho children of men Ned Too lute fur last Wtfek J The little son of John II Combs is improving from a case of sick nessFrank Horn has made several arrests in and around this vicinity S fw whisky sellingrBenjamin F Combs has been g seriously afflicted with a case of toothache Ho went to Jackson to have the tooth extracted and the dentist detected that Combs ithoimproving 9 ter tf T 1 jTinn lu that John IL Combs was the cause of the U S Marshals making their recent investigations He wants to beg the pardon of all who think Such though he says ho is an ardent lover of the justice of fie law but is not the source ofJ any investigations lIe says he has counseled the people to not violate the law and good order but says if they are determined to risk an experience on the matter they and tho law are for it He says he can only bo sorry for them but it docs not nmcunt to dollars and cents Whick IITIIS II Fugate was here on the 15th collecting taxesTLee Strong Is boating goods from Jackson tohis store hero Constables James Strong and Gray Haddix are making excel lent officers n Wo attended Bro Druslmlls Sunday school on tho 15th inst and wo are proud to report a most excellent work being done there Wo are proud of our Sunday schools in this community They are doing great good for tho little children and wo urge a better at tendance of the older people Roger Spicer hits succeeded in getting a good sum of money to pur chase an organ for our Sunday school hero and we hope to have it with us ere long The biggest handsomest and best barber of Jackson W H Whitakor passed throughour community a few days ago look ing after his vast timber interest of upper North Forkand made a date with our teacher South Strong to spenda few pleasant hours with him on his return trip fishing for the big fish of the fa mous whillholeCJThere isa full docket at Esq J M Deatons court for almost everyday in the week and we no tice a great change has been made for the good There is no better officer in Breathitt county than Squire Deaton and we learn that he has succeeded in breaking into the camp of the blinc l tigers nn d J has sent some of the boys to jail for refusing to testify against them All good citizens of this neighborhood will assist him in this just cause At the close of our school hero we hope to send the Riversides Brethren Institute nttlie mouth of Lost Creek Hey G E Dru shall principal several students Wo think it is highly charitable and commendable that the good fathers of Breathitt county pat ronize this school and the Lees Collegiate Institute at Jackson by sending their sons and daughters to them and not discourage home industry by sending them to other Untilrwe realize that we have power at thetis true be gins we can not bo selfreliant we will be dependent IK Roberts has opened up A largo cannel coal bank on the Swann Day land on Fish Trap branch It is a better coal than the famous Georges branch coal The company is preparing to mine a largo 1 lot of it for use on their booms hero andat Beattyvillc lfrMRoberts has built two largo boats for tho purpose of freighting the coal down the river He is also building a large camp boat for the use of the men while driving logs and for use at the booms XOLAND ESTiLL COUNTY Noland Winkler has sold his farm here and bought a farm in Madison county for which ho paid 55 per acre Noah Warlord of here has sold his timber on the Millard Winkler farm for 1000Sidney Farthing and Miss Cynthia A Winkler were married on the 19th inst Wo wish them u happy life and prosperity Rev Frank Robinson will his regular meeting at Crook edcreek Saturday night and Su- ndayM D Walton has a solo t4 tl his sons in tho west G R i Lamb and son and daughter are visiting friends hero JIYDEX LESLIE COUNTY I Hon A E Willson spoke to GOO people hero a rely days ago All enjoyed his speech and the is sure to carry this county Sarah and Bettie Morgan attended church on Coon Creek Sunday Dora Morgan and son Miles attended meeting at Short creek it Sunday Will Green and wife of Shell visited tho family of t Lloyd Morgan Saturday Tho roads in this section have been 1 worked nail are now in an excel condition Lloyd Smiths 1 son Joseph aged 18 was kicked a mule and instantly killed hey live in Clay countyMiss Nancy Bolin has returned homo from a visit to her sister at Stin nettMrs Grant Morgan who has been sick for a long time is- o better and her recovery is doubtful Francis Morgan is on tho sick list Aaron Cornett andwife attended the fair at Lon don RED Hum AUY PEKUY COUNTY BIJ fa i completed his house and moved into it M M Kicliio is prepaying to paint Larkin Smiths house II B Smith is progressing nicely with his two sty dwelling t fboschool at the mouth of Pigeon Hoost is doing well Hiss Mollie Williams is tho teacher K L Combs has accepted position tojtravel in Eastern Kentucky for a Cincinnati firnaSnrnson and Miss Amy Smith have gone to Jackson to have their eyes treated by a physician Jordou Smith executed bond for the murder Ligo Hughes and has been released from jailJ W Ford 1 manager of the Ohio Valley Tie Co was hero last week looking after ties Elder James Hall R Blair M D Stacy and Thomas Kelly will preach the funeral of Clayton and Alice Stacy at thisySmith grave yard on the third Saturday and und y In Qctobe LII a r- r 7 If tIIf The Breathitt News st 1 PER YEAR N ADVANCE J VISE HAGINS+ EDITOR 1 I I1 3 A H PATTON B ATTORNEY AT LAW DLDOl5E gl ye l la5252S252D1 SWANQOG ffPJiYSI eIFti FtlD stRcFoN i t nIniIN HAKOIS BUILDING ft JACKSON KENTUCKY f- n1ka25252S25252S2S2525 FRIDAY SEPT 27 REPUBLICAN TICKET For Governor AUGUSTUS E WILLSON of Louisville For Lieutenant Governor W II COX of Mason county For Attorney General JAMES BREATIIITT of Christian county For Auditor FRANK P JAMES- of Mercer county For Treasurer GAIT ED FARLEY of McCracken county 4 For Secretary of State Du BEN L BRUNER- of Breckinridge county For Supt of Public Instruction- J S ORABBE of Boyd county For Commissioner of Agriculture N C RANKIN of Henry county For Clerk of Court of Appeals NAPIER ADAMS of Pulaski county f For II R Commissioner 3d Dis v A T SILER of Whitley county LISTEN TO NO CRY FO HARMONY V1 ivn emo t vaaelrclrL7the For the purpose of being able to properly determine the issues of the present campaign and know the men and measures thatI should be supported and upheld by the voters it is necessary the we examine the records of the parties and the candidates asking fpr such support nnd from thes to judge what tho conduct and management of affairs will be when either party is placed in power This should not only bo done as regards the parties and candidates in tho State at the pres ent time but these should be con sidered as connected with local man and measures The socalled Democratic speak ers of this campaign have bur dened their song with nt least two main issues namely Tho prosecution and conviction of the per sons charged with tho assassination of the late Senator Goebel and the Ie mismanagement of af fairs During tho four years of Republican administration under- Governor Bradley In his speech at Lexington Mr lInger laid par ticular stress on the Goebel assas sinatioji and he made tho broad I assertion that he would pardon no person or persons charged and convicted of crime Ho continued by saying by implication if not by actual speech that tho Republican party was responsible for this assassination In the firs place there is no fair mindedciti zen of Kentucky that would con done this assassination nor the assassination of any one and there h no one who has at heart the welfare of Kentucky who does n it hops to see the instigators of this crimo punished to the full ex tent of the law Some one was and is guilty of this crime and some one should bo punished but it is not proper to either indict or convict nny one for this crimo up on tho bare presumptions and without proper evidence of guilt 1 Why a candidate for Governor of lh Commonwealth of Kentucky asklna for the support of the fair I midi d citizens of Kantuply rc t comes before the people in his opening address and makes pre sumptive charges against his opponent when neither have had an opportunity to show to the people of tho State what he will do if elected Let us hope that tho can didates for Governor of Kentucky are neither so small and so little as to determine the circumstances of an application for a pardon be fore the party is either charged triedor convicted of the crime But wo might follow this ad dress of Mr Ilager by asking himI to explain why partisan judges have been appointed by his nssoI ciate and fellowpolitician Mr Beckhara for tho trial and ac quittal of their political friends and why all the spirit of the law has been thwarted and throttled and justice disregarded in tho prcr tcclion and acquittal of their friends Why send soldiers to- Jaclcsonto aid lull Carnes a spe cial judge of Recklmms appointment in carrying out his awful plan of covering dark crimes and protecting bloody criminals and in changing tho trials of their cases to venues of their own choosing The peoplo of Brcalhilt county havo boon the people that suffered these many hardships in having their own citizens murdered and were compelled to stand idly by as with manacled limbs while the perpetrators and instigators were freeThen why huvo your spellbind ers cry for harmony and plead for harmony when such condi tions as these exist I Why cry for peace when there is no peace except at the price of life and freedom 1 Why ask the people of Breathilt county to return to the old party and forget all grievances and come again with the old majorities of yore when the very people who raise this cry for peace have been its destroyers Fellow citizens of this unfor tunate and disgraced community we make this plea to you Listen to no cry for harmony when the adversary is seeking again to ren der you in chains but honor your families nnd your homes by voting a death knell to the awful machine at Frankfort now led lv the so called Governor Bcckhara and his lingerR fice 1qLrheBradley and his administration for issuing State bonds to the amount of 500000 and bringing the State in debt to this amount Let us sec The Bradley admin istration went into oQico in De cember 1895 The legislature me legislaturte relieve the State of a floating debt of half a million dollars which was embarrassing the State This indebtedness was not incurred by the Bradley administration but by his predecessors a Democratic administaation Then why com plain against a Republican admin istration for issuing bonds for the payment of a debt incurred by a Democratic administration 1 THE PEOPLE Ant NOT TO BE HOODWINKED BY ANY SUCH FALSE ALARM Tuesday October 1 is registration day Dont forget to register Funeral Meeting The funerals of Liberty Craw beaat church on the fourth Sunday in October by Rev Ball and others Adams Not a Promoter- In our news columns last week we made mention that a skating rink was being built here andsaid that J II Ilammons and James weretthe principal promoters we thought wits true as Mr Adams was with Mr Hamrnons while he was here making arrangements for tho building etc Mr Adams writes us that he hadno connection with it except to draw up the lease and pass on the title to the lot for Mr Ham mons and asks us to make the correction which we gladly do AS it makes no difference to us whatever whether ho was or was not a promoter of the enterprise Next Tuesday is Regis tration day If you live in town dont fail to reg ister if you want to vote 1 Crocket vil eILeo Deaton took dinner with Uncle John B Lewis Sunday L Miss Emma Lewis of Jackson visited her father hero Saturday Miss Tymanda Denton of Mil J her Branch visited her sister Mrs Eldcn Riley af Buckhorn Saturday taking in the merrygoround and picnic at that place Benton Denton of Miller Branch was at Louis Deatonrf Saturday night and Sunday discussing propositions relative to the future of himself and some one else Born to the wife of Walter Denton on the 22nd inst a boy weight 11 pounds making three boys and one girl in five years minus eight days one at each birthWe can say to the readers of The News that peace and Iran quilitj prevails at Crockettsvillo No drinking going on and no liquor here except that which is brought from some other neigh borhoodMrs Alpo Stamper in company with hr rnothorinllw was visiting Uncle John B Lewis Saturday for mental and magnolia treatment for intestinal enlarge mcnts nnd was well pleased with tho instructions given her John Aikman who went to Hamilton Ohio lest winter forth purpose of house carpentering has returned to Orookottsvillo and while paintipg for Mrs L C Bowling the scaffold on which ho was standing fell and caught his left foot inflicting a very painful wound Stevenson Elvin Williams has moved into the house that Mr Back built R L Back of Rousseau has about completed his now house Miss Rjndy L Risner has been on tho sick list for tho past week Mrs Daisy Williams visited Mrs Macrgie Baok at Rousseau last Sunday Mrs Bessie Vest of Wolfe county visited her parents here tho past week Tho association will be held at this place tho first Saturday and Sunday in October A Jt L I married lost Wednesday to Mrs Everman of Campion Brock Hogins hada house raise ing last Wednesday Twentyfive hands took part and got tho walls up foddetpulling goood days Rousseau George Hensloy will start t thehospitalsoon with his wife for treatment Jumps Holbrooks has made one of the best roads I ever saw in Breathitt county Mr Honor tho land dealer is closing up his land business on Quicksand He is going to ru the lines and pay off at once Good order and fine prcacltin- last Sunday at tho funeral of J K Howards wife last Sunday on lower Quicksand It was con ductedunder the auspices of the JuniorsDaniel Mcintosh will preach al the Canard school house in Ma goffin county the second Satur day and Sunday in October Ser vices at 2 p m Saturday and 10 a in SundayM Clemons Harlan Strong of Jackson hns commenceJ his log job on Fugatos fork for Judge Taulbee Peter Strongs little daughter aged 9 years while out about the place lust week killed a rattlesnake five feet ih length Who has a braver little girl than lien Mrs Prudie Miller and family who loft here last August and went to Wyandotte I 1baereturnedand will make their future home Mrs Miller did not like the west and said she would not live there if gold was six feet deep She has bought a farm from G T Back of Jackson for 800 The correspondent of The News at Rousseau stated in last weeks issue that tho Juniors had stopped the sale of whisky on Quicksand I am glad t report that none of of tho mem ers of our order here sellwhisky nor docs any one else here If y a will take it in consideration the members drink very little hisky A letter f om Muscogec I T to his brot sr hero conveys the information that Floyd Napier formerly of this place and who went west It it spring caught his hand in a ro k crusher which he was ope rat g lust week and it was ground off to tho wrist The arm was tarn off by physicians to the elbow WOLiE COUNTY C lupton It is reported that tho wife of Nathan Com s of near here died last Sunday r Miss Nettle Gourloy of Lexington is visititii tho home of Capt Wm L HurU A rcccptioi was given by the teachers and lupils of the K W A hero last Vriday night and was considered Decided success by nil who attended Mrs G W Fleenor of Jack sun and Mi Edna Hurst of Boxer have been thogubsts ol Mr and MrJfA H Cox for the past few days At this term of the Wolfe cir cuit court the following divorces have been granted James Strick Im vs Hester StricHHn anti Wm Moore vs Ifloronco Moore The rocords show that tho fol lowing marriage licenses have been granted in this county recently Jordon Campbell and Louisa Spanglcr Willie Lane and Nannie Palmer AJ Creech Hfld Kvcllno Uevedon nil of Wolfe county PUBLIC SALE Having decided to move away I will offer forsale all my house hold goods personal propertyanil other thin too numerous to mention nt public auotioniat the- N B Day homosldad eh Saturday October 5 NptJjlnjncsorved You are Invited to a MRSW E Iidr Annoement a To the vote the 92nd Leis 1firoPistrk ItBntliejty oom posed ofth UM of Breathitt Mngollln knjJI Pv I desire to nn j ut jUao office entativo in said district sulect to the of the DelD tic party If I Rm granted th omination I will tpake a thoro canyasg of he district and fccll euro that I will bo elected nnd f elected I will alrI the district I WAS born and reared in Breathitt county and now live in MagoQin county and am identified with the best interests of the mountain people WUTEIIStLee County for Evans At the Republican mass conven tion held at Bcattyville last Satur day for the purpose of selecting delegates to a general convention to be held at Irvine September 27 for the purpose of nominating a Statne Senator in the Twentyninth Sena tbge and Powell tho delegates were instructed to cast theta votes for Dr John II Evans of Leo county Federal court convened Monday at Frankfort for the Eastern Dis trict of Kentucky In tho wise of the Government against Dock Fields clmrgcdrwilh retail ing liquor without license the jury brought in a verdict of not guilty Tho cases against Wm Freeman and Jcptha Murrell were filed away In tho case against Elihuo Reynolds ho was released upon his own recognizance to appear whenever he might be sum moned to appear by the court to be sentenced All tho parties live in Owsloy count- yMastodon Tooth Found An irregular shaped bone about five inches in length and three inches in breadth was found in excavating in the Mud Tunnelof the Lexington Eastern railroad in Lee county andwas taken by J w McIntosh an engineer for the L E to the Natural Science building At the Kentucky State College where it was identified as a tooth of tho giant animal of the olephant kind whichI roamed the forests and low plains of many portions of Kentucky in J ancient days iC 1 t t r PUBLIC SALE OF Blue rass Farm Wo will otter tot Sale at Tublicf Auction Wednesday Oct 23 07 at Oo dock a mon the premises unless sold privately before that date our farms situated about 8i miles west of Mt Sterling and I ten miles north of Winchester in Clark county and fronting on the Mt Sterling anti Donaldson turn pike No 1 contains I t 114 t4 ACRES has good 7 room frame dwelling tenant house barn ice house cisI tern at the door and nil necessary outbuildings Improvements nroI good Largo hpplo orchard flnced1andgrass Tract No 2 adjoins tract No 1 and contains 103 12 ACRES Has tenant house young ieacli and apple orchard 3 years old well watered rand fenced and was originally a part of tract No1- Tho j two tracts together would j mnkejsolllo ono a good home Close j to church school house and black smith shop Wo will oiler tho tracts separately and as a whole and accept the best bid Terms made known on day or- s tic Any one wishing further in formation or to see the landwill write or soo Watt M Gay R F IX No 1 Winchester Ivy or D H Cook Winchester Ky who will take pleasure in showing the same Mrs Emily J Domigan Mrs Watt M Gay 4 R A CHILDERS WITH JOS Q REED DRY GOODS CO PORTSMOUTH 0 Solicits the trade of the mountain people Ho will bo- AT JACISON EVERY 3O DAYS healers will bo notified by postal Save your orders for him Hoi will save you mono fob 1 ly W H Henderson Ayres Street Opp Pon Ofllse LEXINGTON KY DEALER IN Grain Seeds Feed WhtfAi Rye Barley Oats and eon 4IQt rllnlnyrslat rfa Hay Straw Mill Feed- I YOUR PRINTING It should bo a fit representative of your business which means the high grade artistic kind That the kind wo do CARDS ENVELOPES LETTER HEADS STATEMENTS BILL HEADS ETC the0 way of high grade commercia- lprinting Theres only one kin of paper we do not handlethats the good enough It isnt sat isfuctory to the printer or time con auinor Tho boat is nono to good for our trade THE NEWS Believes in dealing in the best and always hns believed in it Call at our oflico and look over our samples of letter heads en volopes business stationery wedding invitations end ladies calling cards Youll be pleased with tho work and prices will suit THE NEWS Main St Over Postoffice FOR SALE A house and lot on Main street Lot 150 feet front and about 200 feet deep with a good dwelling house of six rooms two halls front and back porch and bath room Lot set in all kinds of fruit j trees I will sell at a bargain WM BAILEY Jackson Ky Ff r sseBe I THE BEST NEtr In the Paper Todayv Ii I Is that Broths Company have re j 11 ofceivcdIron and Brass Beds cnfer brought to Jack son Over i000 jn the shipment The Microbes DoHriht is a Wooden Bed all the iwaccettible comers and Joints where da it collects In all craleif41 Sanluire bedserm a T8ADB MMtkO d uRcri-t it ID Xt All rhvricuuii urge their utefust artistic In deslf1and Ifsutifullr finh andIIn scores of Snowy VhiteIf Hid other e finishu that hue made these Iseds famous Eumlllc Sanitsiro Iled you will find that each and every one lus a fine wnpoth hichly polished Gad perfect unitary finish or 1J 4PRICES Lt 250 TO 500 n j We Have on Hand a Large Supply o- fFURNITURE 4 4 Doesnt your house need brightening up u j a bit Come and see our line and let supply your wants Every piece or suite usIfcarefully selected and exquisitely 1 The less expensive kinds have the same I stvlft finish and umrkmAnchin as ilm more Jexpensive kind We can please everyone I THERE IS NO NEEDF- or any woman going off to the citioa or patronizing mail order houses to buy nice wearing uppnrul when you can find them in this storo and at a lesa price than you pay elsewhere Como in and lot Miss Elllio Elkns show you onr stock of Fine Pros Goods F ilka White Goods Laces Embroideries Notions Skirts Hosiery and In fuel every 4 thing needed by a woman to complete her outfit Our stock is Complete and prices moderate eOur Millinery Department Contains the seasons boat styles in Pattern Hats and i Trimmed Millinery Our hats are of sterling quality ex or port workmanship are trade to fit the head perfectly and 1l are sold within tho reach of all they satisfy tho demands of tho most practical We havo on hand nt all times a select y variety which we invite public inspection Miss Margarut Basket will bo pleased to supply your wants + CARPETSdare on Mattings and Carpets Wo have sonic beautiful designs and prices are right 1 F COOK STOVES AND RA GESAIt always has been and always will bo a womans delight have a store or a range that is a perfect baker Our Ito has moro good qualities titan wo have spaco to cmiusTry one of ours and youll bo convinced t GROCERIES AND CANNED GOODSEOur stock includes a great big lot of attractive Staple and Fancy Groceries Our shelves aro now roplolo withrthe lineal lino of canned goods on the market and you can depend on them Theyre fine When you buy coffee and Hour you ought to know thoyro good We assure you both v coffee and Hour bought here will bo rightthey lend to time attractiveness living A real luxury at any season is one of our delightful hauls 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 unbounded appreciation Jf DAY BRQSaOWHOLESALE AND RETAIL JACKSON KENTUCKYA t i w wt U J c T itt News veryFrlilay ASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI A VEAR f J WISE HAG INS EDITOR l t Tpo nn- i t Dr C H HURST U 3 Physician ft Siireon 1 i Office in RA Hurst Oftlqct IJ Duildln J Ii Jackson Phone 58 r I MIM r tltIIil nun11111111111111 tit 1m a MAKlItf T KELLY s i 5 ATTORNEY AT LAW IiOB IN HOilST UIG 5- f s V JACKSON KV mlifHttuIniiminunWHIIIiitiiiiii1rTuesday registration day Dont forget to register Fiscal court meets here next TUduy October fst Born to Mr arilalfrst MUm lodes on September 20 u boy Mrs Zcrilda Cope of Taulbeo was visiting hero tho first of the week T II Hudson is building n store house on the lot adjoining his residence Mike Robinson has bought of Mrs Hello Dyer and Miss Idn Strong their house and lot on Kim E street EC Hurst U ijrpparing to add another story and other improve tnients to his residence bn cast I Main street Taunts Arnold of 1rimroso and his brother W D Arnold of Sncedvillc Tenn visited Dr A i f M Arnold this week P Meet Ilastins was the purchaser of tho tract of land on Quicksand sold byJ W Crdwcll Master Commissioner last Monday Mrs Russell of Clay City and Mr+ Shattuck of Banford were visiting their sister Mrc Dr C B Dickson during tho week I We call attention to change of date in public salo of blue grass farm Tho date is October 23 in ijtleA QtQct llieIA1t Postmaster D D Hurst re turned Wednesday from Louis cello where ho attended a conven tion of postmasters of the country Asa C Harrow and Miss Kato Tribble were married at the home of tho bride in Fiiyctto countI Tuesday Mr Harrow is well known here lion John W Langley has gone to Washington in order to be able better to attend to the business ofI his constituents till Congress meets in December Dr James II Dunn and Miss LIly C Tnulbeo both of Lee City were married by Rev C M Summers at his homo Thursday September 20th D F Denton is building a res taurant and barber shop on tho lot he recently purchased of Hens Calmcs J W Clark and sons arc the builders G W Harnett of Lambric re turned last week from Lexington with his daughter who had been operated upon for appendicitis The operation was successful George Shepherd and family returned Monday from Oklahoma where they moved list springs Mr Shepherd was not very favor ably impressed with that country Mrs Laura McGuiro formerly Miss Laura luwh of Wolfe county is visiting friends in Jackson I 4 this week Mrs McGuire is remembered by many friends in Jackson who are glad to sea her again The Fuyotto county machine played tho saraojpuno this year as the Brealhitt county machine used to play that of ignoring tho Republican Commissioner and not allowing him to select a single Re publican officer of the election An injunction suit way brought by I M L Tribblo Republican nomi n nee for tho Senate which was sus rained by Judge Parlor and ho directed the election commissioners to meet Friday and appoint now election officers and divide them equally between the parting The machine gang should bo turned out in Lexington as it has in Breathitt I YOUR FALL CLOTHESf 0 v ai Are Ready For Yu Here Fall Suifs tlCoats and CraVenettes for Men and Btfysfas well as Fall Hats and FurniShilgs d now filf to overflowing the three large sales floors of this store as always We bought direct from the best clothes makers of America and their products as shown by us this season and undoubtedly the best values that it is possible for any one to offer W f 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 distinctively stylish arc 20 00 2500 30 00 35 00 Popular Business Suits also in all Wool materials with iSiid work on button holes collars and shoulders in blues and 1500scorestn= rFall Top Coats in tans grays and black silk satin and serge lined in 36 inch box style 38 and 42 inch lengtlmare 1to 25 00 Fall Hats are shown in variety to cover every demand m the John B Stetson at fS 4 005 00 Our beautiful line of high grade hats at fc 3 004ws THE MODEL APEij IL SB2OO PToyou must try them on Yk MONEYS WORTH OR MONEY BACK I p Three Forks Association Hex W IL Sctxer returned from Hindman Tuesday where he had been attending the Three Forks Association Rev Setzer iscjerkteJtlteaysoctattonandyports There was more than 225 additions to tho twelve churches in this district for tho past year These churches aro also runnina twentytwo Sunday schools Col Littles New Hotel Cot C J Little has put a force of hands tq making another brick kiln lie has just had one kiln burnt and will have bricklayers at work on the hotel in a few days as the foundation is well nigh completed He is also making exten sive improvements on tho old dwelling house which was moved to tho west side of tho lot Judge Taulbees Court County court was in session here Monday and Quarterly court Tuesday 1large docket in each court was disposed of by Judge Taulboo Several parties were before the court on Monday for failing to work tho road but most of tho cases were settled amicably tho parties agreeing to make up the lost time as there was some misunderstanding about the sec tion of road they wore required to workAt Churches Sunday Rev 1I1 Spencer President of Sayro Institute Lexington will preach at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning and night nt tho regular hours Everybody is invited to attend and hear this excellent speaker Sunday services at the Baptist church at 11 a m and 730 p m Morning subject Christ Inspecting His Church evening subject Gods Attitude to Sin Sunday school 930 a m Young Peoples meeting 030 pm Everybody invited to attend these ser vicesRev C M Summers will preach ivt tho Christian church next Sun day at the usual hours Subject for the morning serriceuEiJht Reasons Why I Believe the Bible la the Word of God Subject for the evening service Eight Reasons Why IBelieve That Jesus Is the Son of God You aro in vited to attend these services Dont forget to register next Tuesday Oct 1 Marriage Licenses The following marriage licenses have been issued sinco our lastI I and Miss D wsa t QP j Frenchiilarnett and Miss Cora Campbell both of Clay Hole Buford Fletcher and Miss Clara Turner both of Frozen Ed Callahan Surrenders- A warrant was sworn out Monday by Roger Callahan against t Ed Callahan charging him with complicity in the murder of Dr B D Cox Ed Callahan came in Tuesday and entered his appear ance before the court and waived an examination and gave bond in tho sum of 10000 to answer an indictment in tho circuit court College Notes One month of school has just closed Most of tho students have settled flown to tho necessary routine of stullanll recitation and somo excellent work is being done Parents and friends are I cordially invited to come and see j what the teachers are doing and how the school is conducted This I would be an encouragement to both pupils and teachers Tho I school should be tho center of in terest in every community Miss Grace Fagan of Syracuse Now York arrived Saturday and now has her classes in music well splendillI harmony will bo organized noxt week Miss Pagan will bo pleased to see any one not attending col logo who may wish lessons in either voice or piano Prof Crego attended tho Pres bytery in Wilmoro Tuesday and Wednesday of last week The advanced class in sowing are draughting patterns and are about ready to begin making mod els for d A class in drawing and watercolor j painting meets every Saturday from nine until twelve Miss Nancy Begloy is enjoying a weeks visit with her Brothers take up her studies again next week Tim class in reading and physical culture meets daily after regular school hours in tho chapel This work is a neglected but important part of tho education of our boys and girls I 4r fMONEYS f OR- MONEY i BACK LEXINGTON KYN publicationHenry rCSRtlllllmrngsI WORTH 7 u = =1 A + I I t t I t I r II t- I I IN OUR SAVINGS BANK i And sec them grow Dimes grow into DotI 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 alwaysI going to do DO IT NOW Plant your dolIlars here and see them grow I JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK JACKSON KENTUCKY L ow a DEATHS Eliza Richmond colof Haz ard died at the home of Anderson Richmond on cast Main street last Saturday after an illness of several months She had come here for treatment She was about thirty years old and way tho daugh ter of Phillis Cornett I r Mrs Charity Hurst wife of S II Hurst county clerk of this county died at her home at Pear Tree Wednesday September 25 uftor about one years illness of a wastintwo months where everything was done for her that was known to aiJlSho ing citizens of Wolfe county in his day Sho leaves a husband and a large family Her remains Igroundto- o Master Commissioners Notice Abrcliu Marcum Plaintiff vs Notice Nellie Flannery c- All persons interested or leaving claims against the estate of J B Marcum deed lire hereby noti sittingsinSeptember 1907 for trio purpose of tearing proof of claims against said estate and will continuo until throughSeptember JO 1907 J W CUnmvBLiii M C B C C GO TO McCarty Moore FOIL STONE and BRICKWORK Moving and raising houses and all kinds of masonry work All work guaranteed 25Cra Jackson Kentucky oj I ARE THE SHOES PETERSSHOES FOR YOU 1 Theyre the Shoes you should call for if you j want to get comfort style end wear at a reasonable price Theyre built in specialty factories from the most carefully selected materials over lasts that conform properly with the lines of the feet NOTE THE PRICES 8 HADB FOn JJS Peters Ladies Bluchers Tip 1 25 I Shoe B Ladies Pat I5LLouisI Mens Patent Calf 3 50 to 4 50 I Ladies Heavy Shoes very thing 85uAll these goods are really worth from 25 a to 50 per cent more than our prices per pa- irS S TAULBEEL u 733333331ICP i1 IIt MIXED1- il i w w W titsli Just received a full line W tiYllich we guarantee it- 4t I Ii 11t J 11 4E TI 1T J 11 Will cover more space last th longer and look better than 1i 119any other paint made CalW WItiff W Wt r JacksoirDrucj Gior W W C t Eje t tU 8 t 808 We8o iF i You Will Get All Thats g b t1 Corning to YouF wi iTHERE IS NO FAKERY 9 jo S a In our method of business for every dollar rs you pay ua you got ouo hundred cents value in 0return x- We 3 0 i Believe in Square Treatment r a- is Your moneys worth all the timo Wo might IL use up a pago of space talking about our goods 9then you wouldnt know how good theyare bs COME T0 OUR STOREi v 0 isSoyou can see for yourself thats the surest way t- fi Crawford Co I JACKSON KENTUCKY I Ia Ga MONUMENTS J Headstones and Markers My line o designS are the latest and I can also prepare 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 anywhere Prices reasonable R Mi SHELY M Shop Located Near the Bridge Jackson t Ky 1 1J J- ti U 3- W W 4 r 0 c i r r y Ih ADVANCE FASHION HINTSTli J Coma of the Headgear That Will Ap I Later fpearview of some of theh very latest importations in tho way hats for early fall I way say that I from thosei there Is small difference Tho new hata aro of cnrly summer S of silk straw velvet nud felt and one can choose for herself from all those mnterlnls hut to my Cancli the thick straws are the prettiest although perhaps the weather Influences mo a trifle The soft and vel vety felt eIther white or MEM very light pastel shade trlufaod In the manner Is UantlfuL Theproper faded shades In sit the veIvot and satin flowers provided for tntnan are very artistic and In the main beau tlful when not put on In too heavy masses Ono or two largo roses of shaded brown with a toga of red nnd n1V rt1m ir VCI yuuo with a little vet make abundant trimming TheI shapes vary little from those of nnd the particular nnglo at which they the woman s are worn depends upon own taste and the shapo of her face Some women look best with thn hat tilted backward like the one with the bow of tan ribbon with narrow velvet ribbon upon the ends Another lies tho front brought down cloudy over tim hair with trimming of shirred brown silk which becomes o shirred bow nt the back Under the brim which Is much wider at the back than In front there Is a bunch of dark green silk velvet leaves and one largo shaded brown rose The center ono at the back Is of thick white straw Feathers of every description will bo as well liked ns over Vernal green plumes cover fully halt of the center hat 1elow and the rest Is shades of green satin ribbon and two largo pink roses but the pink Is shaded and faded so that It seems to blond with the other garnishing on the hat The enthusiastic girl has u hat of white velvet felt pent down all aroUti- In nn iiggrnvnted mushroom shape with absolutely no trimming on It but n draped band of rich dark green vcl vet The lost one ts a flat shape In leather colored felt with ribbons of velvet a eh rt tuft of shaded brown feathers and a very largo brown ros- In o front The importer told mo that ho did not Anticipate any radical change In shape but he expected that very many olegant bats would be made of rich Mack and brown velvet shirred to a I SOME NEW FALL IIAT3- fraipc With a fine metal ornament or two nnd the addition of superb plumesp such a bat could not be surpassed tot beauty and fitness He added that this season was expected to be a uotaHTo one for the best qualities of whet and velveteen Its nearest and best imitation Hlack silk In a heavy and very rich lumllty Is I find among the ma terials now being made up for hand some fall gowns and coats to match There is a decided movement In favor of tight waists for all woolen outdoor suits The waists have basques or there Is a tight fitting threequarter coat to match When this Is made of the taffeta It Is lined and If for late fall It is Interlined Tire coats of wool nnd silk as well as thoso of velvet will be lavishly trimmed with the beautiful new braids The heavy dresses and coats will have tho thick ribbed hercules or the heavy titan or tho fancy silk fiber castle braid This last is In various colors some having metal breads to make them brighter They are woven with flow ers on a white ground with tiny but tons or rosettes all ajrpund following tba design There Is scarcely a coat or wait that has not some of tills braid along the front while the dark hud heavier braids are placed upon t the skirt These braIds arc considered quite suitable for velvet garments forI which It has always been difficult to find a suitable trimming Among tho dress goods for early fall there are some cheviots entirely uoelIIn weave It would seem Impossible to Invent anything new la cheviot but It has been done The weave is finer nnd firmer and there Is a new gloss toIIt that brings it to absolute llerCecI tlon I saw SOmO pretty weaves of different designs not to bo Been except under changing lights These goods make up well are uni versally becoming and they are prncItically Indestructible Black Is the most elegant and is the garb of the gentlewoman but there are many cob ors among thorn n deep wine color nIt damson n dark green a navy and sevItral shades In gray and brown It tailor finished cheviot needs very lit tic trimming but on tire other hand It Will entry any amount onoinay to put on it Mohair goods are prettyI nearly out of fashion now which Is aIPity OLIVE 11AnPEllI Eastern Rugs machinerytoehahs proscription of aniline dyes winch were at one timo ruining the industry is well known Curiously excellent Asiatic rugs are now made in the heart of Europe The Aus trian gqvcrnraent has in Sarajevo school of oriental carpet making for Christian women whose reproduc tions of old art Ba- onflotIiohild and other collectors J AtgonIttt4 yJ C THE REPUBLICAN PLATFORM 1 We approve the policies and commend tho ability Integrity and- ourage of President Roosevelt nnllI is administration and without exI pressing a preference for any cRndlI date favor the selection by the next national convention for president ot ono in full accord with these policies and who will energetically carry them out In the Interests of all tho people 2 We dapand that all elections shall be honestly conducted and do clare that tho cause of good government and the future happiness andI welfare of the people of Kentucky Is Inseparably bound up In the lyippres lIon of all abuses and crimes against an honest ballot that have so unfortunately disgraced our state under DomocraUc rule depriving the people of their rightful heritage represent ative government The law for registration certificates Imposed on the state by the Democrat ic party for Immoral political lint poses whereby votes In Kentucky have become negotiable Instruments passing by delivery ought to be repealed 3 The Judiciary of the state In both the circuit and appellate courts should be chosen on nonpartisan grounds and tho continuance In office of faithful Judicial public servants should be determined by no other qual ification than fitness 4 There should he complete public fly concernlnc the expenditure of money for political campaigns and Ii law should bo passed providing for an accounting by candidates and campaign managers of all sums of money pollcctei for political purposes 5 We demand tho restricting of Kentucky In legislative senatorial congressional and Judicial districts which shall give equal representation and equal voting power to every cit izen of every district In conformity with the plain requirements of the Constitution ani iot as at present In flagrant vjolatlpn lUercQf 6 There should be prompt and era clent enforcement of the criminal laws of every kind and at all tlraas but especially at this time do we call for the rigid enforcement of the law against those ropnir nf crimes which under the recent administration of Jus thee In many communities have none iinpunlghct Election thieves gamblers poolroom operators and others who commit crimes In thf Interest of those controlling the local Administration of some of our clUes nail counties should be punished and the Juries ehoul4 be so selected as to prevent the packing of Juries for tho purpose of securing verdicts in accordance with the wishes of those In 1 whose hands the selection of the Juries Is placed or under whose control unj direction they are selected T We demand that the books vouchers and accounts of all munich pall tiel all public omecn and public Institutions and of Jill corporations Ir which a city of the state owns the ma jorlty Interest elthpr directly or through subordinate corporations trustees or commissioners shall be open to inspection and Investigation at all times by any citizen and shall be reg ularly audited and the results published by an Independent accountant who shall not bo eligible to reeKnmIna I such books vouchers or accounts twice In succession 8 We demand a reform In the man Agement of our public eleemosynary and penal Institutions to the end that they shall bo operated by blpartlsan board upon proper business princi pies and their Inmates treated siP inanely 9 Wo favor the enactment and enforcement of a uniform local option law with the county as the governing unit 40 We demand that the public schools of the state shall bo iken- nnd kept entirely out ot pblitlos and that the Interests and welfare of the children shall have first consideration In all public school matters We call for better schools and school houses for longer school toxins In the country and better pay for the teachers and that elections for school trustees be had on different days from other elections 11 WII favor amendments to state laws permitting and encouraging Joint nomination of the same candidate by the different parties 12 Wo condemn the law passed for immoral political purposes creat lwethe racing commission in Kentuc demand Its repeal 16 We condemn tho enactment by the Democratic party of a largo number of obnoxious tax laws and the creation of useless officers as the reward of partisan service and we promise If given power to repeal all such laws and reduce the taxes to the lowest possible rate consistent with an effi dent administration of tho state government Conclusion For years past the legislation en acted by the Democratic party and dictated by certain of Its leaders has not been for the benefit of tho citi zen but of the officeholder The chief aim oftsuch legislation has been the continued holding of office and the creation of now officers to be traded In as rewards for party service The citizen is at least realizing as before that the administration public affairs Is a business that comes close home to him that such business must be honestly and effici ently conducted and that his ballot should not be cast as a matter of sent Iment but for that candidate or that which shows the highest capac ty for properly conducting the affairs of the state on strict business prin ciples We ask the support of all patriotic citizens regardless of their party affil iation for the state ticket selected by this convention and for tho policies and principles above stated believing that it will insure better days for Kentucky =The Poor 8qiWrt- An Irishman stood la front of nnI electric fan which was going at speed with no end of a buzz After 11I minute or two he scratched Iris head nd said Bedtd X wadnt want to be UUtlSUUrtJj t ITISNOTDZNIEO Y1- It IB not denied that nearly tovetY mombergf the stato under the BeckhamHago administration It la not denied that they manipulated members of the last senatorial caucus to vote against the will of their constituents by trailing them Jobs In the public service of the state It Is not denied that Percy lIaly and Milton Board have been placed nt the head of the board of control which has the expenditure of all the mono for the purchase of supplies ot the charitable Institutions and reforma torlcs ot the state therefore the ma chine adherents cannot abuse Oen Hays because these things are true and the good people are InquirIng Into them It caSVyjl be denied that the machine acted corruptly In gIvIng these Jobs to state committeemen for the purpose of controlling the action of the committees of the party that It acted corruptly In trading Jobs for votes against Blackburn that nothing less than corrupt purpose could bo behind the appointment of such men as Holy and Board on the board of control Gen Hays cannot stop things as attorney general but as governor ho could and would Henderson Gleaner Dem- And this same BeckhamHager com bine Is asking to bo endorsed by the of the state With the record before them will they do It T i A Democratic campaign circular says jlt Is under Democratic admlnlstra tlon that a new Kentucky capitol Is being erected and without Imposing any additional burden upon the tax payers ot the state But the circular falls to state thit the capitol ii tiring built with ths 11300000 fund collected from the national government on an old war claim that ought tll have been collected long ago And It Is true that the tax rate has not been Increased but the new System of licenses adds a tremendous burden to the citizen and Increases the fates inconje which I being die bursed with uh profligacy by the Democratic administration We defy anyone to show where any thing has ever been done by the Democratic administration to enforce tho Sunday closing law with the excepe lion of the recent spasm In Louisville which was dose tAr pnHllrt1 effect Mid ypt the law has been an the stat ate books for years IThe Democratic platform as pro nulgated by Candidate Hager does lot contain a single reference to the flmperance question Wai this an jyeralghf or wan It done deliberately BRUNER RETQR To the Question Put by Ollla Jam I Knocks Center At Denton Marshall county Monday Sept 2 a Joint debate was held between Congressman Ohio James and Dr Ben lj Brner Hepubilpftn Crt1 I date for secretary of state Following the plan laid down by the QemocraU to stir up prejudice by keeping thf Goebel assassination ever in view Congressman James inquired Would you If governor of Kentuc ky pardon Caleb Powers and others nr would you advise Wlllson to pardon them Dr Bruner reply was go straight forward and sensible nnd oovercdUhc Case so completely that the vast aud- Ience Irrespective of party arose and cheered to the echo a fitting rebuke to the Democratic style of campaign Dr Bruner said IJ I were governor of Kentucky or were tuked fop qdjvlce by the governor I would first demand a fair and Impar tial trial for these or any other men charged with a political crime whether he be Democrat Republican Prohl bltjonlst or Populist white or black and if the courts of the state persist ently refused to grant him such fair hud Impartial trial as they have In these cases as la Bttesteo by the court of Appeals I would then feel disposed to either pardon or advise such par don This reply should be endorsed by every honest man In the common wealth Give every man a square deal No more no less That is the Repub lican doctrine at all times and under all circumstances TIio pemocrats of Kentucky have placed IL tux on everything frcm n lemonade stand to a dog And yet they claim that taxes have been ro duced In charting the Democratic adminis tration with graft and mismanage ment we have only to look to Demo rats for the proof At the Station A J Cossntt tim late president of the Pennsylvania railroad once told the following railroad story A western broker moved from till city into the country lIe moved fur out and since the railroad was small and the train service poor ho traveled to and from town by carriage or auto mobile exclusively Deciding after a time to keep chick ens ho ordered a patent chicken coop and on the day It was expected set out Inn dray to fetch It home from the freight office lIe reached the railroad station which ho had never seen before after hn hours drive No ono was In sight but there was hLi chicken coup and with Aid mans help he soon had It on tho dray and set off homeward again A hundred yards or so down the road he met a chap in a blue uniform with the title ot station master In gold letters on hU blue cap Hey there exclaimed this chap excitedly What the dickens have you got on that dray My new thicken coop the broker almly answered Chicken coop be banged shouted tim station master Thats Mudby Junction youtolddaughter lie didnt absolutely refuse but be Imposed a vory serious condition What was itt itOftu d I Bilioi4and i Sick Headache quIcKly cured by Laxative Fruit Syrup os it sweetelns and tones up the stomach and acts as a gentle stimulant on theliver and bowels It wiN positively I cure chronic constipation I ORINO clears the complex blotchesIJACKSON DRUG t THE NEAT GIRL She Sooresa Big Hit With the Aver age Man Men like fluffy women oh ycsl They trailing ribbons and ruflies and frilled parasol but these must bo Itn ronctilatq You will excuse me for mcntloulns It but lots of women dont rcallsw this I08 I know It tnkes A lot of money to dross thnt way and be Immaculate It minus lint ones fripperies have to be renewed every other time It ratb- ty means that one ought nut to walk A CRISP FAtST or ijq WHITtBnurr roll qfquBt IncllbstQ type c Idea qf the flints why I M leave perishable finery alone a nM spick an span B5rlrSHjWRfei ii pre attractive- I thInk Uinnlit ytype You liaO scen She wlinra I1 paHttullrluht hut P1Qi II c F q- pulonsly frca 1 ni iiupt Uf r glistens with I thorough bnwhlna and li carefully In veil A crisp white shirt waist anti i tailor made stock show off lie fliurvVbIle her smartly platted well Uunj skirt matches tier bat nail suggests nn equally well tailor ed coat v Her shoes nUll titocklug ore substan tial M lalnty IP Ibplp friqrtrj hip fairly rndlJttis tun hino nod s4p nnd water and people turn around to look at tier notfar her clothes but for her selfShe Is a contrast to all tire other wo men with mussy vrnHtsi badly fasten ed down with faded flower laden tints ant ripped gloves lacking buttons or fklrfs hiiung unevenly and gather flio Iusf Apd I tej you that spick and span girl scores o great hit no matter whom sire Is ELINOR BATES DeWltts Little Early Ulieri art good fur anyone who needt a pill They are a smill sale sure Illtle pill that do not gripe or sicken Bud bj Jackson Drug Co A little Uilorlcjp of limo boiled In your grnnlto saucepans will make them look like new Jtluso well after throwing out the limewater How to Avoid Appendicitis Most of tine victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually constipa ted Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cure chronic constipation by stimulating tin liver and I owelu anti restores tire nat ural action of the howell Orino Lax ative Fruit Syrup does not nausfati ur gripe and is mild and pleasant ti take Refuse substitutes Jacksoi Drug Cu VeastIt Is difficult ttf tell the walt- ers from gentlemen dlnors at fashion able restaurants tioiv- Crlmgoiibeuk Well If you happened to search em when they went out you could tell the difference The waiters would have all the money In their clothes Yonkers Statesman DeWltli Carboljzed Witch Haze Salve Is good ler bollsy burns cuts scalds ndtlklll diseases It Is espe daily good for piles Sold b Jockson Drug Co An old Scottish woman wished to sell a hen to a neighbor nut tell me the neighbor said Is she a theglthcr a gold bird Use she got nae fouls ace nuts at aU Awed SInrgot the other old wo man admitted she has got ohe taut She will lay on thu Lords day The wayJo get rid of a cold uhethei It be a bad coldor Just a lithe pus Is to get It out of your system through the bowels NearlY all Cough Curse especially those that contain opiates are constipating Kennedys Laxative Dough Syrup contains no opiates and loti gently on the bowels Pleasant to take Sold by Jackion Drug Co t4 i 1 J C J a v I 1r l round At Liner J A KBIIIOII ofjlremure West Y ays At lnt I have found the perfect Pill till never diiappolnts mej und fur tlr llenOt of nthers afllicted with ropii liver and rhrtinto con tlpailon ivilt say take Hr Rings New JI fn Pills luaraiiteed satisfactory 25j by Jackson Drug Ct V ITouristofllcefpr n registered letter Hut why cant you let mo have IU Postmaster Ilnve you any proof oC your Identity Tourist No a Postmaster Dont you know nny ouo In the village Tourist No- Postmaster Have you n photograph I of yourself or anything Tourist Yes- Postmaster comparing photo original Certainly sir Its you wllhi get you tho letter Pearsons Tho Nuw Piiro food arid Drug Ln Wo are pleased to announce thai Foleys Honey stud Tar for cough1 colds and lung troubles is not affected by the National Iure Food and lrug I lav as ItconUiiiB no opiates or idler harniftl drugs nnd we rerommend It as a safe remedy for children and adjlte Jackson lnif Oo Ncwfoundliind has at times n pecul tar visitor Tho occasional RrourdlnK of an Immense Iceberg n short illntaucc from the shore produces nn astonish lug local climatic change during Its itay proventlns tire ripening of croP hut presenting at sunset magnlflcent prismatic or Iridescent effects How to Itumuln Ybnui To continue young In health and UretiRtlido as Mrs N F Uuwati Mc IllhronlocondItion of tine blood that my skin turned red as llmiiiel I am now prnc tically 20 years younger than before I took Klcetrio Hitters I can now dUILI my work with ease end assist In in husband sUire Guaraiitutd Jack un Drug GO Price flOe iII A man Is very foolish to go round looking for trouble unless lie Is strenu one enough to take a fall out of It New York Times Theres a reason for that ache li tour back right where If stitches ever time you bend over turn around- r walk any dutanct Its your kid tiers Take le Witts Kid up sod flied I tier Illla They are untqiiHlfd fur Uacknohe v k kidneys and litil m mitloii of the blnddtr A uepks treat merit 5n Stilt by Jnckson Dru Co Mrs Goodheart So you wont chop tho wood The Ilobo No lady 1n a kleptomaniac Im afrad I nilghj steal setup of UIIftrppra Weekly healthy kidni jn litter the Impurities rI Iii tire bloiKl and unlett they di due gooi health U linpoi ible Foteyr Kidney hire makes sound kidneys and will poilvtly euro all formi of kldnej and bldder dicenae U ttrprghteut the holc system Jackson Drug Co I UiuKlati intisnits oat sunflower seed II large iMiiiitltlcx You can hardly iinl n ninii whi trite not some sunflow tr Etllttl In Iris iockt lne of Iho worst features kldne trouble is that It U an Insidious dimn nd bffuru the victim realizes hi dan ger he nf y have a latal pqldy Tnke KoltJtu Kidney Uurp at the flrgt sign if trouble as It correoli Irrlg lllrilt i ml urevenli llrluhtg disease arid die betel Jackson Drug Co Tomorrow announced flveyenr old Sidney proudly to lila kindergarten teacher Is my birthday Why paid she It Is mine tojr The l oyn fncp foudr l wltll IIOtllI t itS and nftti n brlof sherwin ho ex claimed How did you get BO much lggcrn me Iliiplucotti There are a great many pnople who have plight attcU of indigestion sit lytppptla nearly nil tim time Their ood may satufy the appetite but It fails to noiirirh the body simply tie auce the loinnch IlInoL In fit condition to do the work It in supposed to do It ant dice t the food you rat The atumech should be given help You lUght take something that will do tht rOI k votir slumncl cant do KI dolor Indigestion and Djsfepslfl n onibinatloii of natural dlKPitants and vegetable acids digests lire food itself md give ttreiigth and ienti to ihip lomach Plnatanttu take Sold by rack lIn Drug Co Although there nro only eighteen nags tuned In the International code of signals which Is used by warships world1theyor than 20000 Ustlnct signals anti by use of tine code something like 00000 ships can be designated Occasional headache belching bol- lralte In the mouth leek of appetite cud flight nervousness are symptom f Indigestion which when allowed to 10 uncared for will develop Into a case if dyspepsia that will take a lung fume to get ridof Dont neglect your tomacli At tire first Indication of trouble take something that will help It along In its work of digesting the toot you eat Kodol For Indigestion rind Dvipppsla will do this Kodol will make your food do you good andwill liable you to enjoy what you eat Sold by Jackson Drug Co L DraggingDown Pains 1 tin a symptom oftne1I1ost serious trouble which can ttscia wowan vlr falling of the womb With this generally comes irregular anJ painful perloJs weakening drains backache headache nervousness dullness It rltiblllty UrN feeuneett The euro U I OFThe WJNE that tract complaints regulates organs and At aU In bottles Ifl my Naomi also In my menses UUr new It Is the When Tho In to qualify not admit swerving It said found as la different tho ball In tho nlr tons of toal dun the ever reaches iuiueFrfs Cured riot IIn A J Ni writes L mmionthwIsh ing that It I had many fever arid M nut reach medicines gravnle In- tlfted Tar III the upon ly cured me Foless success Old time ay nf ho new worth Vustrulla trail plthct For CardulPRICE of trai The I lln own of She wrilee t I Iowa with I hat our I rim whets I began corer And ment I a few week lie has covery Ienter best cough free Drug Co Baxony U ties ns of nny laseof land Foloy has or Is not No medicine Drug Co- Guide Is nificent to ho spicy give Mr mo D a Va SBJSJ week und ArnIca skin wound lowed disease tine j Drug Co The IlI tilled the lied 1Q Ire I urmod AND New WITH tho I FOR c j i c 1f jC t- 5r t C 100TtW II TROUBLESjGUARANXEED Isod Ir- ii41 LER I WINTER TIME TA E EFFECTIVE NOV 18 1000 4o1 NO3 WEST BOUND Daily Dully Ex Sun AM Lv Jackson t G 10 rntO K Junction 0 15 EllmtnWii G 20 2 30IAthol G 40 2 I TalloKU G 49 3 00 St Helens 6 69 3 11 Ucattyvillo Junct 7 07 820 Torrent 7 30 3 41 I Campion Junct 7 48 8 57 I Dunden 7b2 4 03 I Filson S 03 4 14 Stanton 811T42tfCluy City 8 25 4 5- LEinnct 0 00 6 01 Winchester 9 12 620 Ar Lexington 9 55 f 05 NO 2 No4 EAST BOUND DailyExStuti PM AM Lv Lexington 22 7 83 WincitcaterI 3 10 8 13 L E Junct 3 25 8 20 02StantonFilson 4 20 9 22 Dundee 4 37 9 34- Campion Junct 4 40 9 38 Torrent 4 57 oa1- 3enttyyiIloJunct 5 18 10 17 St Helens 5 2GJ 10 25 TallcKa 5 37 10 35 Athol 5 45 10 43- Elkntmvn G 00 11 1- 0OKJunct G 10 11 15 Ar Jackson G 15 11 20 CONNECTIONS L EJUNflIONTrajnsNos 1 antI 3 will make connections with C 0 Ky for Mt Sterling OAMPTOX JUNCTION All trains connect with Mountain Cen tral Railway for Pino Ridge and Cain t ton UEATTrVILLE JUNCTION Trains Nos 2 and 4 connect with L A Ky for uassenjrcrs to and from Ueattyville 0 K IIJNCrLoNTralns No KentuckyforCHAS SCOTT G P A Ol K RAILWAY KPLJSOTIVi NOV m 1000 WEST BOUND Daily Jx Sun IRT CLASS lll OLAOH Ai mrm Lv Tackson 11 05 3 00 OK Junction 11 15 3 10 Frozen 11 31 a atf- Vanclevo 11 38 3 12 Wilhurst 1144 352 AOVKosoLeo City 12 13 4 45 Hclcchawa 12 19 4 55 Ar Cannel City 12 alL 5 20 EAST HOUND Daily Ex Sun 2t OIARS hue CLASS A4 f M- Lv Cannel City 7 10 1 00 Heleclmwa 7 33 1 17 Lee City 7 48 1 23 32HamptonWilhurst 8 87 1 51 57FroieOK Junction 9 25 2 25 Ar Jackson 9JO 2 30 leaveCannclleaves Jackson nt 4 00 p m M L CONUSY Gon Mgr Mountain Central ArriveS145 p m Campton G 00 p in Arrive Depart 8 00 a m Campton Jun 10 05 a m 4 00 p In Campton Jim 4 40p m Make connection withnlf L E passenger trai- nsJReduced Rates I QUEEN CRESCENT p 0 ROUTE I aN TEE 1ST AND 3Ithji- 1UESDAys I OF ElOrr MONTH TO MANY POINTS SOUTH 1 I Winter Tourist Tickets rcturn1jjtill 1jFor prrticulars wrIto 1 U C KINa OP4TALonnflton Ky 1 FOR DYSPEPSIA DIGESTS WHAT TOU EATtelUm lodlf Mtlon Sour Stom4di BelGhJnr of Ou Me- fSlfAIBO OILY AT TNI LAKtATOlV Ot 110 DeWITT MJUJAGFSON ck O