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IBestAdvertising Medium AND ADJOINING COUNTIES IINDREATHITT i 1BRj EATH ITTr COUNTY NEWS i J WISH HAOINB Editor and Publisher ANEWSIAIER DKVOTKD TO TUK L TRRms 6jr EASTCKKN KENTUCKY ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IK ADVANOB i 7 tVolunlc VI Jaclcson1 Kentucky Friday October 4 1907 Number 50 i F Wi1 1iiFi FINAL SWEEP OF j OUR SUMMER GOODS j ir y n oF J at once to make room lot f rl mustiar t have the room and it is ik i lout ovvn fault if you do i oi 1 c s not take advantage of this sa salt Goodness knows our t- Ii iiJ ReP 0 member everything in the il- if f house will he sold at cost ib 0iF of I ih Ladies 500 Skirts t m NOW S35O J l 01l1Oltiulllt3rs aiiEUSTER ISAACS m 113rS KINGS OF LOW a- a Q o Q smsssBsasa asssHsasasssa sssHsasHSHSsasasssHSHSH cn n HKAD Jit Cnsltter IP uF AssCCashierClttllllOItUM P DAVIS 3 Acting Cashier m m JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK mJackson Kentucky m Paid up Capital and Surplus 2735ooo r Uuainoaa wad ncconnta otIXsolicit tho BnnkiiiR mwo i Lumber IManufaoturers Timber Dealers ID- m Business Men m J ts f m FarnlClSrnThroughout Eastern Kentucky and alTer our Customers the most LIBERAL TERMS tr Within tho limits of legitimate business 1i- II I =s = = t COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY bllJ + S2252SCcS2S2S25 S25ii- v THE I Southern R9y OFFERS VERY LOW ROUND- TRIPHomeseekersI Rates I To Arkansas Indian Territory 0 Louisiana Oklahoma Texas Tickets on sale the first and third Tues days of each month Apply to any Southern Ry Agent or write A R COOK D P A i B S YENT T P At 1 LOUISVILLE KY j may tf j l S25C52525252 25ZrSi TO ADVERTISERS Iii I in Tho Brcathitt County News Ihas now Urn largest circula JQ tion of any paper in Eastern nj Kentucky Merchants and m business men nro invited to n take advantage of this splcn K did advertising medium If you have never advertised JO with us give us a chance If you make your appeal for S trade through The News it nj will reach the largest and H most intelligent class of buy pi ers in this community Your n ads will be rend by them and nl they will become your custo mers Try it and seo rn lsaasasas IwiiSHsasHsasas S2J Read Day Bros new ad Dont miss tho supper tit the court house Monday night L Parrott of Robbins was n visitor in Jackson the first of tin week Kelly Kash was in Frankfort Monday on business in the Court of Appeals Miss Abbie Only of Lexington is visiting Miss Julia Hays in South Jackson Just received n new line of skirts of the latest styles Miss AiiniK HAILKV Charles Euster is in the cities this week buying anew fall stocl of goods for Easter 8 Isaacs Mr and Mrs G C Allen spent Monday visiting the family of William Spencer at Oakdnlc Squire Peter Uiffe of lliffi Springs Morgan county is visit lag his daughter Miss Ida IlilTe W L Eversole returned layt week from Louisville where he hud been buying n now full stock of goods Capt F W Fletcher and J J- jl3acli iiroontupnorQuTc1 asiia this week looking after real estnt interests Mrs Polly Carpenter of Quicksand was n visitor in Jackson Tuesday Sho reports that her son Kelly who has been confined for several months with serious lung trouble is very much im proved O II Pollard has greatly im proved his residence property by a handsome stone und iron fence anda stone pavement in front This should be followed by many such improvements McCarty Moore were the contractors Articles of incorporation have been prepared nnd will bellied in few days for the Imperial Coal Company which will have n capi tal of 50000 nnd whoso headquarters will be in Lexington They have leased 1000 acres of land in Brcathitt county nnd will mine and ship coal for the market J W Cnrdwell Master Com missioner of the Brcathitt circuit court was thrown from his buggy- while on his way to the home oi G T Strong his soninlaw lust Saturday evening and seriously hurt about the head andshoulders Dr Swango was called and dressed tho wounds and it is hoped that he will speedily recover Rev G K Drushal of Lost Creek was in town Monday and called an executive meeting of the Breathitt county Sunday school oflicors and the work for tho rest of this year was outlined It is tho purpose of this Sunday school association to hold conventions at Lambric Lost Creek Crockotts villo and on Morg sometime in November Jesso T Davis has moved from hazard to Canoy where ho has accepted position with W W ITolliday in the mercantile busi neSs Ho will also be assistant postmaster at that place Ho called in and had Tho News changed to his new address Ho is ono of six brothers all of whom have been taking The Nows over since the beginning of its publication six years ago one of whom Flint of Lost Creek was one of the first subscribers Y 1 i ilJ I sr c i i liM Ce frT tIor4 I Notice of Dissolution f The partnership tex5sting be tween Milo Robiiisou and J W Clemons doing business ns partners under the firm bane of Rob inson Clemons was dissolved September 2G Mr Jobinson retiring New Law Firm Attorneys ICellVICasltand Win L Hurst brothers liayo fOrmed a partnership for the practice of lasvin Breathitt dnd adjoining counties the st Jeor the firm be ing Kash Kash The senior member of the Urmhfts been practicing in Jackson for the past five yours in connection with JJ 0 Bach and has won utation while the jiln orriumb r is a recent graduatecjf the tartde- partment of Central University where he had tlio distinction of winning the honors jof his class in two consccutivo earfrhey will bo asaociafed with Precinct Changes Orders Brcathitt County Court June term 24th day m June 1907 It is ordered that the voting place of voting precinct No 1 be- changed and the toting place be at or hear the nimiOi of Little Frozen near the ld Vnnclevc 1ASI II HujiST CJerk B C By J T STKKite I C p Orders n County Court June term 24tli Juyufliiio l907 It is ordered thatsH the voters on the farm of tida Stron down to Caroline S 1far l be changed from voti inctXo 4 to voting precinct tA copy attest r S II Hpngt ll C By JTrit C s WOLlm t Cam Born ijnSepte wifc af Jan zedon creek ltJirtcn kd g S S Combs ji iormer leading citizen of CnmptOn but now of Richmond is spcnvling a few days here 61Mrs Lewis Collier of near here who has been seriously ill for the past fewdaysris reported bctt r v t if iAas issued on September 30 to D B Brower and Lou Emma Pence both of this county A local skating club has been organized here and they aro hold ing forth temporarily in the Cable Drako building Three murder cases have been disposedof during the present term of the Volfo circuit court nnd resulted as follows Scott Mc Quinn acquittal George Dykes hung jury Martin Fugate hung juryC C Fulks and Joel Gee on and their families left hero Monday for southwest Texas whore they expect to make their future homes Wo aro told that II II Combs andwife joined the party at Winchester The funeral of John Brown who was killed in Breathitt county by a saw log two years ago was preached on Laurel Creek Sunday Mr Brown was a thriving busi ness man and highly respected throughout this section Many of Campions citizens attended th funeral Announcement- To tho rotors of tho 92nd Legis lative District of Kentucky com posed of the counties of Brcathitt Mngoflin and Lee I desire to announce that I am a candidate for tho office of Representative in said district subject to the action of the Democratic party If I am granted the nomination I will make a thorough canvass of the district and feel sure that I will bo elected and if elected I will represent the best interests of all the district I was born andreared in Brcathitt county and now live in Magoffin county and am identified with the best interests of the mountain people J MIWALTISRS r ft J- A riff1 i j I 1 Brevities THE HALL OF FAME After being six minutes under water Amndee Martcl n schoolboy of North lioro Mass was recovered and resus citatedWllllnm A Breene a laborer of Washington rH was so overcome by the news that ho bad inherited 100 000 that he died of the shock President Roosevelt has written to Dr Jackson secretary of the American committee which is erecting n monument to Calvin In Geneva Switzerland accepting the presidency of tho committee George W McKenney who has been for seven years postmaster of North Sebago Is It Is said the oldest post master In Mnlne Although ho Is 4lghty two years old lie manages Uio ofllecIn n satisfactory manner Joseph Knight since 18S3 editor of Notes and Queries and dramatic critic of the Globe Athenaeum and other pe riodicals died In London at the age of icvcntyelgbt years He was the au thor of ninny theatrical works J W Beers of West View Pa has nne of the most valuable libraries of shorthand works in the world He has hooks mid pamphlets on the subject by the thousand and they Include practi rally nil the systems invented since the year 1700 Alonzo Smith of Skowhegan Me has an old gun which was used In the battle of Bunker III1I 131 years ago by his greatgrandfather The gun is In working order barring the loss of the flint and could be easily equipped for actual use Duke UlrIch Wurttemberg dents In cakes and oatmeal and in conjunction with Prince Christian Uohenlohe he manufactures corsets told under the name of Hohculohe corsets which lave u vast sale among south German Indies on account of their princely trademarkSince retirement from public life lion William S Forman who used fo be In congress from the East St Louis III district and who afterward was coimnlslonen of Internal revenue hat built up a large and lucrative law practice Inmost lIt Louts of which he has beenTfor many years a leading cit- Izen Asa C Candlcr of Atlanta has sub scribed 75000 to the Wesley memorla1 tl J18 iaupehied bY the bl0PPs ot- I aktSletbus1atr ysyytu1 n I 1Ir Is one of the wenlth est men In the south Thirtytwo years ngo he trumped to Atlanta from his country home In the slate his only as set being the clntlios he wore His Turn to Be Annoyed President McCrea of the Pennsyl viiiila railroad said apropos of a false charge against n financial Institution This charge was more than refuted The Institution came out with flying colors It reminds mo of an Incident that happened when I was a rodman In my youth Working on the Con nellsylllc line I took a number of meals with a middle aged farmer and hIs wife One day at dinner r noticed that tho farmers wife seemed rather out of sorts and after dinner I wasnt surprised to hear her say Josiah Simmons to think that you have forgotten that this Is the anni versary of our wedding lookluSupfromsaid In u surprised voice Why mother you must be mistaken We were married on tile 8th The wife bit her lip Oh excuse me she said I was thinking of my first marriage anulveo saryHis Garbage The wife of a millionaire recently expressed her preference for fancy dress parties as follows It was atone that I first met my husband He appeared In the garbage of a monk What to Do With Surplus Milk A teacher was trying to impress on the young minds the various uses of milk She wanted some bright genius to tell how the farmer fed the surplus milk to the pigs Leading up to this she aKked this question Now chil dren after time farmer has made nil the butter nnd cheese he needs unit uses what milk ho wants for his fain ily what does he do with the milk that still remains One little hand waved frantically The teacher smiled and said Well James conepanion The Widows Objected Tho editor of u little western paper was in the habit of cheering up his subscribers dally with n column of short pertinent comments on their town their habits and themselves The department on account of its intimate personal flavor was the molt popular thing In the paper On a hot day whoa a simoom whIs- tled gayly up tho streets of tho town depositing everywhere its bufden of sand the editor brought forth this gem of thought All tho windows along Main street need washing badly The next morning ho was waited on by a platoon of indignant citizens who confronted hint with the paragraph In question fresh from the hands of tho compositor and Informed him fiercely that he had gone too far After a hasty and horrified glance he admitted that he had It now toad teAlI the widows along Main street need washing bad Ererybodyi er t il e t J Modern Woman I Where Men Ate Independent Some Mistaken Sympathy Light on Old English Law Regarding Women Where Women Rule Miss Maria Corclll has been sending another bomb lute the camp of the masculine sex This Is what rtliu says Tho majority of the men of tho pros eat day unto women to keep them There Is more but that Is the text from which she preaches Now Miss Corclll Is English and jre judge from Uio tenor of her remarks that she Is not acquainted with the mettle of our Independent American men Ono of Uio foreign critics chief accusations against thorn Is the abject attitude they take where women are concerned Of them It may truly IMS said that they are slaves to tho women of their tam lIy Tho average American man wor ships thenl waits upon them and slaves for thtin lij oflco or factory even to the death If ho can get mil lions It Is for his women folk of whom It niny be said that they seldom half appreciate his devotion No Indeed our American men are not as Miss Co roll sees them Whey she preached her little sermon she must have had In mind some of her own flabby English noblemen who are always so anx ious to play tamo cats to our heiresses tiltSympathy Is a good deal overdone Of course there arc times when a word of sympathy may mean n souls salvation but those occasions are rarer than we have been led to believe To get much sympathy la enervating If not absolutely harmful Tako tho wo man who has Just quarreled with her dearest friend The trouble Is proba bly duo to some triviality end If let alone the two would soon kiss and make up As It Is some Well meaning but misguided third person steps In with sympathy Now an exploited grievance Is unlike a rolling stoneIt gathers volume In Its travels The Hj tIe Tift In the luto If too much discussed from tho sympathetic standpoint Is so magnified that the object of the mls placed compassion fancies herself a touch wronged person pnd what was originally n tiny till becomes a life Ipug estrangement Ah yes Sympathy Iso dangerous tiling to play with i kkMiss Mary Untcson the Engllst newlypubllsbedhook oreplayewlfi RDagitlalun- der tho mediaeval common law lu many old English towns women were allowed to hold lands In their own right and to dispose of them by will an they pleased Women In buslnos were governed by special liberal rcgu latlons the law recognizing no differ once Itctwoen a uinu and woman In this respect Indeed there Is much In these old town laws that is enlightening nnd helpful to the new woman seeking legal rights Although many a maid Jurist has delved as deeply Into the ancient documents as MIsa natcson it Is characteristic that it should be a woman who brought these facts to light In solving the woman question it seems qulto neces sary to make n practical application of Miles Standishs advice If you want a thing well done do it yourself n K Women boss the town of Plona in the canton of St Gall Switzerland Recently the men of the place petition ed that a cafe might bo upend In the town The women said not they did not want the men of their fuml lies getting Into the bad habit of staying out late o nights The masculine portion of the population held secret in dignation meetings and decided to get oven One and all made a point of posting oil each evening to the near est village where there was a cafe They arrived home In the wee sma hours and met their wrathful women folk with the calm assurance that when the essential cafe was established nearer hone they would be able to keep better hours The women finally weakened and the Plena cafe was II censed under the condition that It should be closed by a certain hour atilt Time for school to open With what regret the small boy admits It with what Joyful satisfaction the harassed mother welcomes itt Johnny is near enough six to get Into the school and his tender parent knowing his un tamed spirit rejoices She has little ones enough to look after and some way when a boy reaches the fatal ago of six ho outgrows the restric tions of hone He needs n less af fectionate and partial overseer than mother and bin school associates are Just the ones to take the nonsense out of him even If they do work havoc with the painfully acquired lacquer of manners taken on under the fond ma ternal direction ttMiss Helen Goulds latest philanthro py Is the purchase of 100000 acres near Grcclcy Colo It Is to be cut up to form farm colonies for poor tenement families She paid about 320000 for the land and will spend 100000 moro for Implements seed or anything else needed to start the farmers to work tiltMiss Inez Cooley of Los Angeles county Cal deals In honey She keeps a bee ranch and makes enough money to afford a three months vaca tlon In Europe It Agatha Troy of Utica N T is D Warble cutter She is sixteen years old ante works for her father MAUV PAIEu 1r R lr e Tlie Lar cat Circulation I tOF ANY PAPER IN THIS SECTIONS V S i u Womans World iiTeaching Cliilden to Be Ambi liouz Becoming Wise os to Food w ValuesHow to Avoid Indiges 1 tion In Young Children wx tltcacherbet class the other day T can do a nothing with her k ti Cant sho be made to have ItT I Inquiredr I That Isnt up to me life little Wo man answered I have a very largo class of scholars I cant make over their dispositions That Is home work for the mother Children lire born lazy It Is the mothers province to awaken interest and energy In them If the good work la not done whoa t they are young they will never Jloseiseas any Impulso to rise In tin j world I know perfectly good mother who mean well but because nl 1 low their children to be satisfied wltbtthemselves and with their surround Ing conditions thoso children have no more ambition than clams But Isnt that teaching them to ba discontented I put In 4They should be discontented up to H a certain point To stand still means kf P to go back Besides wo wero Intend 4m ed to progress Each generation should do better than the last should makerItself stronger In every point If moth era only would say to their children 4 Hero Johnny or Susie as tho case may 130 yon have this talent It you Icultivate It you will nhiotal to this or that or Sou have this bad fault lr you dont got rid of It now you will never succeed In the world It will always hurt you But they hardly ever do talk thit way Its only laxy rdiscontent that does harm The Ha content that pushes and pulls andrihovpa and makes things better to a noble Instinct that a mother should e put in the heart of overT child Not to hate ambition Is to be dead to half the purpose of life r At to Food Values IIt f tine heart teacher of cooking school mays she would like fo revise the rlculum of girls schools She would r Introduce a course not of cooking as some of the glrlLt mlgnt neverOnd that 1 t f use but of food values whIchaedei i SUP KAJ KO AunmoK woman should bo aware of whether the keeps toll servants or one general louse workur He might have lived to a ripe old ego It he bud had decent food snort h td tho family doctor In speaking of a foung man with delicate constitution It wasnt that he didnt have enough He had moro than was good for him but everything was swimming In grease jr fixed up with rich sauces What bo needed was rare meat fruit and trackers As It was his overworked itomach rebelled all the time and hIs irmernlc condition hastened his end It U possible to set a good table jheaply and n very bad one most ex pensively Rice is cheap braes are heap salads and plain meats aro rea enable On the other hand puddings iro expensive rids cakes and dough iuts certainly are and hot bread and q btses ti consumo quantities of flour tad ergs recd one instance which came to my lotlce At a certain womans house they had for dinner roast stuffed veal and spinach with hum among other ireasy timings Now spinach with ham costs more than plain spinach certain sly and the roast veal with Its dressing which meat gives hardly nny nourish A swat came to more than u good steak would Its decidedly a womans business to learn what Is most nourishing at the asPwell as what they should cat to ip their different weaknesses IWell to Rsmsmbsrt You would be surprised to know tow many cases of colic grow out the babys milk not being given to Ittrlot enough said the nurse Give the milk as hot to the child as you can r stand Jt squirted on your own arm sr Soma lacy mother lets a baby tuck at i cold bottle which has been left In the jrlb and then she wonders why htt has to walk the floor to elleac 161 icrcami nerves her right Warm tb bottle piping hot every time and tht baby Wont line any crp 1 WAVQ MQAllItQlt r y 7- N eOe lj Kul t rr rww 4 cr The Breathitt News SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE j WISE HAGINS EDITOR I rrrAoNATTORNEY AT LAW r JHOIJOE 52525 rn DR 0 H SWANQO c jPJWl 2llN WD SUFttSOff r C OFFICE IIOURS8 A TO 4 P n HAKQ IS BUILDING rnINI KENTUCKY r- ils rsa aaa a 252S25saJ FRIDAY OCTOBER 4 REPUBLICAN TICKET Governorqof Louisville For Lieutenant GovernorIt W II COX of Mason county rJor Attorney General JAMES BUEATHITT of Christian county For Auditor FRANK P JAMES- of Mercer county For Treasurer GAIT ED FARLEY of McCracken county t ItFor Secretary of State DK BEN L BRUNEI of Brcckinridgo county For Supt of Public Instructioi J S URABBE 4 of Boyd county w For Commissioner of Agricultun N C RANKIN of Henry county 1ForClerk of Court of Appeals NAPIER ADAMS of Pulaski county For R R Commissioner 3d Dis Wf A T SILER of Whitley county THE CAMPAIGN electi0vn f draws nearer to hind and the ad vocates of the various candidate s i and policies tour the State th D better the people become acquainted with the issues confronting them And to the casual observer as tho issues arc being formed and a moulded there appears feat con- trasto between the candidates and measures of the two dominant1 parties When the Republican party in convention at Louisville nomina ted candidates for the various x State offices it sent broadcast over the Stato for the perusal and con sideration of the people a bill of resolutions setting forth the poll cues to be carried out in the man agement of the affairs of the State Among the most important features of this bill it advocates the repealof the registration law in the small towns for a nonpartisan judiciary for disclosures in matters of politicalcontributions a fair and honest redistricting of tho State prompt and efficient en forcement of the criminal laws for tho protection of lifo and prop erty honesty in the management StateImanage ment of the charitable institutions of the State for uniform local option law with tho county as the unit for measures taking the public schools out of politics and for u better school system I Upon this platform tho Repub lican party in that convention nominated candidates of upright ness honesty and high character Nothing can be truthfully charged against any of its candidates and they aro making the present cam paign upon the principles above enumerated If the principles ad L vocated are pure and upright and the candidates nominated are be Hewedand known to bo honest men and men of character then I it must bo supposed that govern r mont under such candidates in principlesrany people it On the other handthe people 4 TT lIra all familiar with the manner fttnwhlch the socalled Democrats n s received their nomina Vioni mid also they know that the Piawratla party has no doclara y a =1 5 tion of principles Take for instance the Democratic nominee for Governor Mr linger Eight years ago ho was nominee for State Treasurer And it may be said hero this was the beginning of the awful dark era of corrupt Democratic politics in Kentucky This was the campaign which re sulted in the election of the Re publican candidates by about 3000 majority and when by the nwful machinations of the nefarious elec tion law in the contest before the legislative committee the Demo cratic candidates were seated in office Four years later possibly as a reward for his service in be half of the new machine Mr lager was nominated by the Democratic party or rather by the machine for State Auditor After a spirited campaign in which it was believed that the llcpubli candidates wore really elected IIcan linger was declared elected to that office and now holds the office Soon after his election tc this office it became apparent that ho would become a candidate for Governor and it soon developed that ho was the candidate of the machine and his nomination appeared inevitable Old lino Demo crats and men who had fostered andsupported the party in its struggling days were denied countenance of tho new party maniuu lators and their hopes wore scat bored and ground to dust A great contest was waged ir tho ranks of the Democratic c party but when the primary cam- and went it was seen that tho up right and honest candidates for office were to be relegated and the new machine manipulators wore elevated to power They wore nominated by a eocallet primary but up to this day then has been no Democratic platform I announced and no declaration ol principles Then what may tin people expect of the candidate s on the present Democratic whon they promise nothing nn offer candidates of questionable candor What can our people promise themselves bv electing Mr Rage and his associates when it is ap parent and undeniable that they have corrupted every branch ol our State government and attacket our very laws and liberty l Men of Breat itt county voter to whomsoever this message go we appeal to you to awake- today as never before to the sacred duty of protecting your honor your happiness and your homes If you like the dog tax vote for Beckham linger Co Willson is a winner Ho is against all the obnoxious tax laws If you want a Ournes soldier to search you vote for Beckham finger Co if you are in favor of taxing everything from n dog to a dia mond vote for Beckham linger Co Beckham is responsible for the Bill Carnes court If you want to continue the Carncs courts vote for finger Bcckham Co Dont listen to the appeals of the machine gang to return and vote them in ayai I They will treat you like they did in 1901 1903 and 1905 L If the machine gang want the good citizens of Breathitt county to vote the Democratic ticket they must give them something better than Bcckham llager Co to vote for Tim gang should have allowed the Democrats to vote in the primary last year Mr Demo crat did you get to vote in the primary last year Did you see any ballots on Quicksand or on Troublesome creeks Canary Wrote an Editorial- A story Is told that there was In the office of the old Taw York Tribune only one compositor who could rend Horace Greeley8 writing Mr Gree Icy the ablest of editors was likewise the poorest pcmiinn of them oil One day some of the other men in the of flee In order to get a Joke on the uhl compositor took a canary Urd and dipping ltafeet and tnllln writing Ink allowed It to hop around on a piece of paper which was later hung where Mr Greeley was in the habit of leav lug tho copy he wished the old com compositorlooked and went to work aa if there was nothing unusual about it Finally about halfway down the page he appeared to be stuck lie readjusted his glasses and looked and looked at the copy and finally went with It to tho desk of Mr Greeley Hero a word I cant make out said lie Mr Oreelcy looked sharply at the copy a moment so the story goes and then said That word U con tltutlpaj go Ahead 4 CtOCkc tsVilel Mrs Evalino McDimiel nnd Master Bench were visiting Mrs Martha McDauiel Monday Mr and Mrs John B Lewis and daughter of Miller Branch visited W G Stamper Sunday- A part of the base ball temp of Uuckhorn played tho team of Longs creek Sunday and lost by throe scores The infant daughter of Keenas Deaton died Sunday night of spinal trouble The bereaved fam ily has the sympathy of your cor respondentIt that dogs have been killing sheep near Uncle Hud Stampers on the Riley fork of Longs creek It is said a suit will bo tiled for damages Mrs Alice Stamper was calling on Uncle John B Lewis Tuesday torn second treatment in mental and magnetic healing andreports that she is improving and says she thinks that she will get well Miss Elizabeth Bowling who is teaching tho Sandlin school dis trict is doing her duty as a teacher While she has had some pu pits who are rather hard to con trol she is to be commended for the efforts she has made in observing good order and Christian piety in her manner of teaching Ned i DSimpson Noble of Tenmile is improving Allison Miller has completed his telephone lino from Ned to Stacy The Mountain Association held od Leatherwood passed off very quietly 1 A Miller and Wm Noble bitter known nS Little BillieV went Jackson Monday on busi ness hedcer She loaves n husband and four children- II iJtrry Noble son of James B N ble and Alex Noble son o Billio Noble were arrested Satur- dayI for shooting their revolvers Ianil wore taken to Jackson for trial They were fined 25 each an4pd in jail CreeknThe work of the now school which wo have opened up at Lost Crcelf is very encouraging The attendance the first week was not largobut better than was anticipated land others came in later All common school branches are taught I and any high schoolor academic work which is demanded Many are planning to enter as soon as die fall crops are laid by They should try and arrange to come as soon as possible in order to put in thorough terms work The tuition is only 1 per month but this cheap tuition does not mean cheap inferior instruction We shall insist on eachstudent being thoroughly prepared for promotion before passing from one grade to a higher They will thus have a good foundation for future work An industrious boy can find work to be done at the institute which will enable him to pay for much of his tuition He can go to school one month for one days work Hero is a chance for sonic bright boy to take advantage of All honor to tho boy or girl who worksTwo more teachers will soon be added to the faculty This will increase the efficiency of the work We have already a good working library and quite a number of other new books are on the way Additions will be made from time to time A Bible school will be openedup in connection with the institute at the beginning of the winter term Every student will be expected to take at least a part of this work for wo believe edu cating the head and not the heart tends to develop a onesided ab normal man or woman Any one not a regular student butwishing to take advantage of this Bible work may do so free of cost Any one wishing further infor mation concerning any department of this school write to G E Dru shal Lost Creek Ky Mr Kraftce Ucury while youre at the telephone just tell my wife Ill bring Mr Topnotch homo to llinuer with me tonight ClorkDell pardon air but Mr Topnotch li out of town today and wont bo back KraftuI know It but I foil M It Id Ilk U bar jvit oast good iquar meal s r i 1NOLINI1 STILL COUNTY ILeo Winkler sold a pair of mules to W A Winkler for stt20 Miss Willie Cox died last Sunday near Drip Rock of consump tion Ambrose Overby of Laurel county is visiting his sister near here J A Fry our moil carrier has been to Frankfort for two weeks visitingS Garrett living near here was very busy last week making sorghum molasses Misses Elizabeth Walton and Trcssio Crow were the guests pf Miss Elizabeth Winkler Sunday The Odd Fellows of Drip Rock dedicated their new hall last Sat uudiiy Dinner was served on the ground unda good crowd was in attendance ELECTION OFFICERS Forthe November Elec tion 1907 JCJ SOl PRECINCT NO i II C Ilurst R and E C Hj den D judges Oscar llagins It clerk and llarlun nice D shcrilf JACKSON xo 2 Ben Young R and Willie Spur lock D Judges John F Frazier D clerk and Elijah Roberts It sheriff JACKSON NO 3 Hardin Childers It and Alfred Hollon D judges George Little R clerk and Alex Cundiff D sheriffa FROZEN CltKKK NO James Oaks I1 and David Vest D judges Blaine Short D clerk and John Ilurst R sheriff enA TORn rnticiKcx NO 5 Clay Crawford D and Elish- Johnson Jr It judges James II JettrTEUUvJnBCISCT NO 0 Luther Little It and Thomas Griffith D judges Hiram John JohnsonfJgll 1jsNO I Rand neynoMVD1d esj Green li- Staimp Rf Rogerarilrc v U tiro LEE Ao B John A Turner H 1 and J D Burton D judjcs Luther Callahan D clerk tfirJ Wm Sebastian R sheriffStOEOnOES BRANCH No9 Jason Denton R and James Raleigh D judges Charles Gam bill R clerk and Ed Deaton P sheriff LOST CREEK NO 10 Wm Httddix It and George Deaton It judges W Ch Strong D clerk and Seymour Watts R sheriff nOCKIIORN NO 11 Hop Davis R and James Hud son D judges Green Miller R clerk and J M Allen D sherilr SlHINO FORK NO 12 C Minter R and Wm Clem ons D judges Greenville Stacy D clerk and Sanford Brown R sheriffELUOTTSVILLB NO 13 Wra Harvey II and Sam Pat ton Sr D judges Daniel McIntosh R clerk and L C Cal howl D sheriff TAOIHKB NO 14 Breck Lovely R and Orben Hatton D judges James Duff D clerk and Joseph Harris R sheriff In a Pretty Bad Fix Several IIIPM belonging to different nationalities happened to meet The KiiKllsIiiiini asked the Scotch ton What would you be If you iverent n Scotchman 7 I guess Id bo un KiiBllBhrann rin swprod the Scotchman And what would you be If you werent au Englishman 7 naked the Scotchman lotch1lJanpoUtey What would you ho If you werent a Spaniard demanded the Italian Oh I guess Id ho an Italian an swore 1 tho Spaniard And so they went on nicking each other the same complimentary answer At last came tho Irishmans turn What frould you be If you werent au Irlxhman ho was asked Oil Id bb nshnnicdof myself he quickly answered Shortly after hearing this uuccdofv 1 visited an old man named John Gra hnni Curious to know what answer ho would make to the question Ire lated tho anecdote And now Mr Graham i asked tho venerable Irish man what would you be It you werent an Irishman 7 Ills answer was made In a Jiffy without thought of making a Joke ot it Falx Id be In a party bad flrt U O ui I e PUBLIC SALE Having decided to move away I will offer for sale all my house hold gods personal property and other things too numerous to mention at public auction nt the N B Day homestead on Saturday October Nothing reserved You are invited to attend MKS W 11 DAY PUBLIC SALE- OF Blue rass Farm ppWo will offer for sale at Public AuctionWednesday Oct 23 07 at 10 oclock a m on the premi ses unless sold privately before that date our farms situated about 8fc miles west of Mt Sterling nnd ten miles north of Winchester in Clark county and fronting on the Mt Sterling and Donaldson turn pike No1 contains 114 14 ACRES has good 7 room frame dwelling tenant house barn ice house cis tern at the door and all necessary outbuildings Improvements arc good Largo apple orchard and other fruits Farm is well fenced and watered and nel1rlnIl in grass and meadow Tract No 2 adjoins tract No 1 and contains 103 12 ACRES Has tenant house young peach and apple orchard 3 years old well watered and fenced and was originally a part of tract No1- The two tracts together would make some one n home Close to church school house and blacksmith AhOIro will offer the tracts separately and as a whole and accept the best bid Terms made known on day of sale Arty one wishing further in formation or to see the land will Pao D II Cook Winchester Ivy who will toko pleasure in showing sameMrs Emily J Domigan i Mrs Watt M Gay R A CHILDERS WITH CODPORTSMOUTH 0 Solicits tho trade of the mountain people Ho will bo- AT JACKSON EVI3UY 30 DAY S Dealers will be notified by postal Save your orders for him II will save you money fob 1 ly YOUR 7 PRINTING It should be a fit representative of your business which means the high grade artistic kind That tho kind we do CARDS ENVELOPES LETTER HEADS- STATEMENTS BILL HEADS ETC Anything and everything in the way of high grade commercial printing Theres onlyone kind of paper we do not handle thats the good enough It isnt sat isfactory to the printer or the con sumer The best is none to good for our trade THE NEWS Believes in dealing in tho best and always has believed in it Call at on r oilico and look over our samples of letter heads envelopes business stationery wedding invitations and ladies calling cards Youll uc pleased with tho work and prices will suit THE NEWS Main St Uver 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 twq halls front and back porch and bathroom Lot set in all kinds of fruit trees I will sell at a bargain WM BAILEY Jackson Ky t FALL I MILLINERYit Y s Our showing of Millinery will be J j n revelation to many a delight to all The onJt will surely iind one that captivates your fancy They arc perfect gems gj of beauty sumptuously largo rich in color fascinating in their entirety g If you havent selected your fall hat see these beautiful models The individuality and taste char i rictcristic of this millinery cannot be g described it must be seen to be ap a- j predated ft SEE WINDOW DISPLAY 1 I EXCLUSIVE and FASHIONABLE MODELS i LADIES FALL SKIRTS 4 are1rpleased to announce that i our display of Lathes Skirts for the fall and winter season is now cons j I lets an exhibit of style quality und elegance that is unquestionably the finest in Jackson and cannot4 fail to f Hh1oLcntlv to our lrcstifus l lUlfJfetfi ItII te ors to the fashionable worn on of Ii i this soction Linens Flannels andi i Bedding i We wish to tell you very early in the sea p son that notwithstanding the big advance in all primary markets we are fortunately E in a position by clever operating to still offer you a big saving on our present stocks Cj at our last seasons prices These quota jlp tions refer more particularly to Household ft and Fancy Linens White Dress Goods Flannels Wa is tings Suitings FIanneIcttesWash i Goods Linings Blankets and Comforts ft We wish you to know that we have a fixed rule that customeas get the benefit of our fs careful merchandising no matter what the condition of the market at home or abroad rib S COOK STOVES AND RANGES i It always has been and always will be a womans delight to have a stove or a range that u a perfect baker Our supply has more good qualities than wo have spaco to ouu morato Try one of ours and youll bo convinced 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 the market and you can dopond on them Theyre line When you buy coffoo and Hour you ought to know theyre good Wo assure you both coffee and Hour bought hero will bo right they lend to the attractiveness of living A real luxury at nay season is ono t ofour delightful bans The best line of Mens and Womens Shoes in Jackson Also a complete line of Mens Clothing and Furnishings I Fern liberal sharo of your patronage we promise goodIvalues polite attention and unbounded appreciation DAY BROS 00 4 I WHOLESALE AND RETAIL JACKSON KENTUCKY tO- 1 o The Breathitt News I rubllHhcil ver Krhlny CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAR J WISH 1IACUNS EDITOU 1- 3r rDr C H HURST Physician Surgeon Office in R A Hurst Office Building Jackson Phone 58 f rs I ijiiiiiiiiimimimimumtiimiiiiiiiiiimiw MARTIN 11UlJYAT- TORNfY I AT LAW Ol1ICIi I JlUItSI lIIa g JACKSON KY- ailllilliiuiillliniHIiHlilllimilllllllllliiiftr H Head Day Hros now ad Circuit court begins here Mon tiny October 14 For rent n six room house np H 111nl The News ollicC Dont miss tho supper at tit court house Monday nluht Stop with Hart Bras nt Heed Hotel when in Lexington Born to Mr and Mrs Win D Hack on September 2mhn boy Carpenter and shoemakers tools for sale cheap Mrs Wilde SoINI Mrs KtheP Stone of PuriM and her sister Mim Nora Lovclave of Frozen were hero Tuesday Dont buy your new hilt until you see my stock Mss AIIIIII Huur Rev C M Summers had two attacks of hemorrhage of the lungs 4 Thursday and is now quite u sid nnUss Abbio Bailey returned Wednesday from Lexington where she had been under treatment for rheumatism Congressman John W Langley will address tho people of Hrcathitt county at tho court house on Mon day October 14 Miss Normln Thomas of Louis vllle has accepted a position as trimmer in tho millinery depart ment of hiss Abbio Bailey C IJ Thompson 011 Pollard and C1 Sowcll are attending the grand encampment of Knights of iythias at Iaducnh- J 1C Drake formerly of Camp ton has moved hero and will open up n blacksmith shop in South Jackson in n Bow days Mrs Henry S Barnett leaves Saturday for n months visit with her brother and sister and other relatives in Fayctto county- J L I1u ins left with his fam ily Monday for Oakdale where he will bo engaged for several months in tho saw mill and tie business John Qatigh has purchased of G W Sewell n lot in South Jack son near tho bridge and is erect lag thereon a blacksmith and gen crnl repair shop There will bo a good time nt Bcattvvillc next Tuesday Gov Bradley will be tho principal speaker anda brass band has been engaged for the occasion JII llammons and family formerly of Ueattyville have moved into tho John Walts house on Broadway Wo welcome Mr llammons and his family to our town Dr J M Cash was lucked by n horse and seriously hurt last Sunday evening while attending x the child of Frank Kash on Lin cola avenue who land been badly burned Mrs Alicia Derthick of Bedford Qhio came to Jackson last Saturday and will spend tho win tel with her sons Prof 11 J DcrthSck of Hazel Green and P 0 Derthick on the Heights The subject of the Sunday morn ing discourse at tho Baptist church will be Not Forsaking the As sembling of Ourselves Together I evening subject hall of a Great Man Service at 11 a m and 7 I p al- F K Granvillo McIntosh and wife IofGilmoro passed through here Monday on their return home from a visit to the lattors father Wm I i Keith on Quicksand Mr Keith has been very ill for some time- srand Was unconscious for several days last week Ho is now im F to J f proving 1 IIWeselt nxewo can Kuaiitnteu to jlvo for tho price puld and wall them wIthEmployed by our representatives in the Clothing Centers of the the distinct umNjrHtnmlliij that Hhouhl country and backed by an association of 15 exclusive clothing you t1t anything you dont then yon stores of which this is one is used to do one thingto give our cat hrlnjr It back In gaud condition patrons the biggest dollars worth of good clothes that each dol and jet your money ngaln wlUwlltJar they have to spend will buy anywhere Were ready to mention THK MODKL prove our right to your patronage on this basis HAND TAILORED SUITS Pure Cassimeres the unfinished breastedserge hand holes AUTUMN HATS We show all the new stylish blocks in hats of every grade have the varied dimensions in each that assures you the you want in a proportion that lt oks STANDARD of a thoroughly good felt silk of all the high 00brownsTHE MODEL SPECIAL an all fur felt hat repro in the very fall blocks of Dun lap Knox and Stetson besides many exclu sive styles of our own brown black in Derbys tans pearls 50stamlcdJohn B Stetsons famously hats 00stiffBAZAR IN DECEMBER i By Christian Church La dies Aid Society I The Ladies Aid Society of the church will open a fancy bazar in the basement of tho churchon Thursday night De cember 12th to be kept open from tiny to day until all articles are disposedof Many gifts of many kinds will be on sale Alt are invited to call and purchase Box Supper The Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist church will give a box at the court house Monday evening October i at W50 oclock They will also serVc hot coffee or amigo cider and ice cream Let everybody go arid have a good time Fall Millinery- My new fall millinery is now on display at my store corner Main and Broadway I have the latest designs in ladies hats bonnets dress goods and ladies goods Come early and get your choice Yours Miss Aimiu BVILKV Court Fiscal court was in session dur ing tho week and it has been busy looking after tho fiscal affairs The allowance for tho various paupers amounted to about 900 The poll tax for 1908 was at 100 and tho advalorem at 50 centsTho financial condition of the county is in splendid shapes as all tho leaks have been stopped More than 10000 have been paidon iho old indcbtcdcss left by time former administration The county fairs is now run on a cash basis ind tho claim slavers and dis counters have been relegated to the rear When tho county buys xnything it gets value received just like an individual A fow years ago you could not tell what I i county claim was You almost had to take whatever you ould get although the taxes were then higher titan now I The claims for merchandise this year is in tho neighborhood of HOO when in 1905 they amounted to almost 3000 A countys affairs should be managed just like an individuals lot what you pay for and pay no sore than tho article is worth I Wool and Worsted Fabrics AH Wool and Cheviots in new brown and gray plaids and stripes navy blue serges and worst edssingle and double lined silk stitched tailored but I ton collars felling and finish and our great popular priced special at and and getting style right HATS trimmed in copies duced swellest and and browns and good Christian supper furnishing respectfully The Fiscal levied worth Republicans Lead At time registration hero Tuesday 257 votes were registered of which 129 were Ucjniblicnn 12G IStlmpcrutic and 2 Independent ScvcrnT istered as Democrat who will certainly vote for Will ion and his tick- etBailcyBaskett Win M Bailey of Jackson and Miss Margaret Jlaskclt of Winchester were married in this city last Saturday Tho groom is express agent at Jackson and wai born in this county lIe is an ox ccllcnt and popular young man His bridoMs a very attractive nnd popuiaif irlMt Sterling Gazcttt They returned hero Sundaj where they will make their futun homeEasy to Mix This What will appear very interest lug to many people is tho article r tali from a Now York daily pa per faring a simple prescription as formulated by a noted authority who claims that he has fount a positive remedy to euro almosl any case of backache or kidney or bladder derangement in the fol lowing simpla prescription if takei before tho stage ofBrights disease Fluid Extract Dandelion one Knlgonlone doses after each meal and again at bedtime A wellknown druggist hero at home when asked regarding this prescription stated that the ingro dicnt are all harmless and can be obtained at a small cost from any good prescription pharmacy or the mixture would be put up if asked to do so Ho further stated that while this prescription is often prescribed in rheumatic alllictions with splendid results ho couldsee no reason why it would not be a splendid remedy for kidney and urinary troubles and backache as it has a peculiar action upon the kidney structure cleansing these most important organs and helping them to sift and filter from time blood tho foul acids and waste matter which cause sickness and suffering Those of our readers who suffer can make no mistake in giving it a trial A protracted meeting will begin at tho Christian church October 20 to continue about two weeks r j t- j DRESS TROUSERS Trousers of quality in all the new big checks silk hair line stripes black unfinishedworsteds and blue serges full peg or regular handsomely lined and trimmed from a maker whose prod ucts command 700 and 800 else where the identical trousers here at ff5 00 We show a very popular line of Mens Worsted Cassimere and Cheviot trousers in new fall patterns and colorings checks plaids and amber 300graysn n I MONEYS WORTH OR BACKI LEXINGTON KY I n IN OUR SAVINGS BANK And see them grow Dimes grow into Dol lars On 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 dol lars here and see them grow JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK JACKSON KENTUCKY Case Continued The contempt case of Ed Calla I han was called at Winchester last I Friday Tho Commonwealths At jtornoy asked the court to continue the case as Mrs Kebccca Bailey of Leslie county was ill and could not attend court Judge Benton then continued the case until the 19th of December and stated that if the Commonwealth not ready for trial at that time the case would be dismissed Sent to Reform School James Duff n boy eleven years old was sentenced to the House of Reform for eight years by Judge Taulbco last Monday for breaking into the house of J J C Bach and taking a gold watch Judge W II Blanton and wife wore called to see their son James Blanton who was quite sick last week Ho is now improving Ho was taken suddenly with a pain in his shoulder while working on his loarjob on South Quicksand h i I j Change in Firm Tho JettSpencer Distilling Co has bought time store building stockc of Floyd Day at Oak dale andwill continue tho busi ness Matt and George Spencer will be time managers Matt Spcn cor had managed the store for Floyd Day for ten years and is well acquainted with the business Judge J S Morris of Oldhan county has been appointed spe oial judge of tho Scott circuit court to try tho case of CalebI Powers for tho Goobol murder TOIMcCarty Moore ndF STONE BRICKWORK I Moving and raising houses and all kinds of masonry work Al I work ulranteed256m Jackson Kentucky fi I sue If1 5 I S y r ARE THE SHOES PETERSSHOES FOR YOU Theyre the Shoes you should call for you want to get comfort style and wear at a specialtyj J4 r- i materials over lasts that conform with the lines of the feet e rl esHADE FOR PetersShoe CoS L Louis n A if jj B nU US Cv NU II I nr HI 03rLadieJtilip Brs I 25 L Ie Pat- 7Bluchers I 50 Me 4li- ciK2 25 2 50 II 1l Mens PiV j Ladies Heavy Shoes very thing I for CO I 1 65 to 1 85 YNibAll these foods are really worth from 25 oreithan outr prices per pair S S TAULBEE- y II I fMiXED g fWg Just received a full line yI 4 I which we guarantee I Ii g pg JiET jIII j Will cover more space last I fwlonger and look better than y t Nany other paint made Call i WIViPlieeslz= W it Jackson Drug Co I1IL c e eeE1II 4EEE C iii Ff oo i 4 GIIrg You Will Get All Thats I I 0ISAP 0 0i THERE IS NO FAKERYM 0 In our method of business for every dollar 4 you pay us you got one hundred con ta value in return 1wi s mVe Believe in Square Treatment ii Your moneys worth all tho time Wo might use up a pogo of space talking about our goods then you wouldnt know how good theyare = i COME TO OUR STORE 0 1Soyou can see for yourself thats the surest way 0 tfl awfordCoIJACKSON KENTUCKY h t 1M a GOGOOOOOO rJr MONUMENTS Headstones and Markers My lineof 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- PricesrcAsonable R M SHELYSh- op Located Near the Bridge Jackson Ky f Krim II l e JQ r There Is No Financial u I a itat Panic In Sight tnI 1 By LESLIE M SHAW former Secretary of the Treasury 0 I 1URI farms produco moro than G500OOuuuu per an and TIlE PROSPECT IS GOOD for an av erage crop Our mines yield more than 1GOO000 000 and our forests moro than 1000000000 And neither of these sources of wealth has been exhausted Tim output ofour factories in other than food prod 12000000000 and no fires have been ostin ucts is approximately guislicd I The railways earn more tlum 2000000000 and TIlE ARE I ALL IN SUCCESSFUL OPERATION The payrolls of our facto nnd the3500000000approximatelyries and railways aggregate Icalo of wages has not been reduced IN OTHER WORDS THE REAL SOURCES OF THE PEOPLES WEALTH HAVE NOT YET BEEN AFFECTED AND THE ADILITY OF INDUSTRIAL CONCERNS TO PAY DIVIDENDS IS NOT MEASURED DY THE MARKET PRICE OF THEIR STOCKS I n- lly HENRY c TRICK of the United States Steel Corporation jIFIND NOTHING IN UNDERLYING CONDITIONS TO WARRANT THEAPPARENT GREAT LACK OF CONFIDENCE IN BUSINESS GEN ERALLY WHICH NOW SEEMS PREVALENT IF THERE IS ANY THING TO JUSTIFY THAT FEELING IN TRADE CONDITIONS I DO NOT SEE IT I can understand the VAGUE BUT REAL UNSETTLEMENT OF SENTIMENT created by current agitation against corporation but this is in a measure apart from real conditions and is capable of 4 correction I believe myself nnd always have in the correction of ABUSES WHETHER CORPORATE OR INDIVIDUAL but I feel that such care should bo exercised in doing this that only the Avrongdoer should Buffer Ofcourse where corporations arc still acting outside of the law UNKNOWINGLY it is to bo expected that they should bo set right J but I am sure they can be accomplished without harm to any one and without the least injury to credit if the situation is PROPERLY- i AND INTELLIGENTLY HANDLED by tim administration I nunBy JOSEPH C CANNON Speaker ot the Nstlonil Houe of Repre entitlve BOSH ALL BOSH THATs WHAT IT IS THIS TALK OFI FINANCIAL RUIN THE COUNTRY NEVER WAS BETTER AND I GUESS THESE WALL STREET FELLOWS ARE SQUEALING BE STUNGI of whether the bulls eat the bears or the bears cat the bulls There happen3lo be A FEW MILLION FARMERS in this country ours and they are not bothering about this cry of financial panic Theyre busy harvesting their crops NO FEAR THE FARMERS WILL BE BUYING MORE AUTOMO BILES THIS FALL AND INSTEAD OF DISASTER THERE WILL BE MORE REAL PROSPERITY THAN EVER BEFORE REAL PROS VERITY i SAID NOT THE WALL STREET KIND lI WILLIAM B RIDOELY Comptroller of the Currency jBy made by Secretary Cortelyou of his plan for relieving the strain on the money market by the deposit of govern ment funds is VERY WISE AND TIMELY and should go very G far toward allaying apprehension and restoring business to its normal condition WHILE THE PRESENT SITUATION IS ONE REQUIRING CARE li AND COOL HEADED DELIBERATE ACTION ESPECIALLY ON THE PART OF THE BANKS THERE IS NO REASON AT ALL WHY THE DEMAND FOR LIQUIDATION SHOULD SO SPREAD ASTO PRODUCE ANYTHING LIKE A PANIC OR COMMERCIAL CRISIS The banking condition is UNUSUALLY SOUND more so on account of the readjustment of stock market values CIVILIZATION AND PAPER i Oar supremacy in civilization is establishedand it is France tb 1iiothcr of that ha 1etab1ishcdit for us Tho Ilevuo Scientifique of Paris applies a very simple formula byI 4wayof civilization test Every na I i tion is sized up according to f the amount of paper it usea I productionthist output of 039734 tons Germany t EnglandUlJ051 i Itnlr123O6production of paper cannot be taken as a correct standard although it is 4suggestive for every country exports more or less paper The amount of paper used in this inlutItnnt 343 pounds Germany 299 psunds 19tlowest European consumption ii found in Servia with 11 poundi per capita China uses the same amount The lowest paper con sumption in the world m India i with only 22 pound per inhabitant i Cleveland Plain Dealer The Earth at a Bell I earthquakelliohI byDrUniversity of Iavia show that tho theIentire bodyof the earth and were tho antipodes backI L to their place of origin in about Comparingthequakes Dr Oddone concludes that tjio average time required for a vi bration to traverse tho globe and thirtyt9earth thus appears to be not alto gether unlike a great bell suspended in space and vibrating throughout its whole mass under strokes which comparatively speaking are no more than the of a finger nail Dr OddonccBUs attention to tho interesting coincidence between tho time taken for vibration to trav requiredfroSS of 6tHXMrthl otbltA Ybulhi Goto p ir I 1 4- q4I1 J JJ 1 J 1 Jf yIf Af 0 I I I At the Circus I Zcko and Keturah had been keeping company for nearly n year but up to date Zeko hod not hnd the courage to thoughSlthey rested on a bale of hay In an ob scuro corner of tho menagerie tent What do you reckon Is the most strange hlng we seecW said Keturah Its hardter say but I know what Id llko ter be now replied Zeko In n Itendcr voice flying trapeze man 1 she yen tured No not him bbe the rlnBnnRt i IXor him You recollect the octopus In the glass tank Well Id like ter bo he I Why Cos hed nigh unto a hundred arms an Id like tcrimo cm till ahug gin yu a hundred times nt on et and protect you from all sides for the rest of yer HfeI dles Home Journal We have secured the agency for Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup the new laxative tIisC makes the liver lively purifies the breath cures headache Bull regulates the digestive organs Cures chronic conitlpatlcn Ask us about it Jackson Drug Co II freely antI frankly admit remark Mr Moekton that I owe every led to my wife And she occasionally reminds you of the factV Well I must admit that sho Is not the easiest creditor In the world Washington Star Tho Price of Health IThe irlce of health III A malarious district is just 25 cents i the cost of a box of Dr Kings New Llrll Pills writes Ella SillY ton of Noland Ark New Life Pills cleanse gently and im part new life to the vigor and system 25c Satisfaction guaranteed by the Jackson Drug On professorbals vegetarians The Professor Probably not at that time But if the class before mo had visited these flesh enters tho latter might have speedily acquired a taste for cabbage heads and fresh greens This Is Worth Itciucmucriii As no one is immune every person should remember that Foteys Kidney Cure will cure my cJie of kidney or udder trouble that U uot beyond the molt of hwdlalna Jalnon Orujr Co T I Uncle Sam Not Going Into Business i By Attorney General BONAPARTE cHE GOVERNMENT HAS NO IDEA OF GOING INTO THE BUSINESS OF RUNNING THE TRUSTS THE RECEIVER SHIP APPLICATION FOR THE SO CALLED TOBACCO TRUST IS MERELY A MEANS OF RELIEF JWST AS ANY RECEIVER MIGHT BE CALLED UPON TO ADMINISTER A CORPORATION IN THE JURISDICTION OF THE COURT FOR THE PURPOSE OF ATTAINING CERTAIN TEMPORARY ENDS IT IS TRUE THAT IT IS A NEW DEPARTURE IN EQUITY PRACTICE BUT THERE ARE ANALOGIES WHICH SUSTAIN IT The theory is that if a court of equity finds corporation or cluster ofcorporationsengnge in an UNLAWFUL business it will utilize all of its ACCUSTOMED AGENCIES to put an end to IhUunlaw ful business because of the illegality of the business The court is to bo asked lo appoint an officer iQwill TEMPORA RILY conduct the affairs of the corporation or corporations involved so as to gradually eliminate the unlawful fcature3 while PRESERV ING SO FAR AS POSSIBLE TilE LEGITIMATE INTER ESTS OF ALL CONCERNED from injury during the process of adjustment The prayer for this relief if sustained by the courts will it is hoped prove a PRACTICAL AND EFFECTIVEmethod oL insur lug obedience to the law in cases whore there seems to ho much danger- of evasion Society Women Ought To Be WorkingJ IIi Mr HETTY GREEN UnUnf Wom n rjn n le- rYOUNG girls of today are TOO EXTRAVAGANT They too much about clolhca and they dont have enough to thoy had some USEFUL WORK to occupy their they would not run to such extravagance I speak from experience I was quite a belle when I was young Rut I outgrew all that sort of thing These RAlXBOW SILKS AND METAL FINGERS are not to my taste I used to wear thoso things I used to have more fixings and trimmings on mo than there is on n Christmas tree I have more sense now SOCIETY HASNT ENOUGH XO DO TQ KP5R IT PUT OF MICHIPF THESE 89 QAUED FASHIONABLE WOMEN 8PENO ALL THEIR TIME THESE DAYS AT BRIDGE AND SMOKING CIGA RETTES AND DRINKING PALE TEA AND STRONG WHISKY I EVERYIONE OF THEM OUGHT TO BE WORKING Railroads Weighed In the Balance and Found Wantingjrs By Sicretsry of Wir WILLIAM Hi TAfT IC lIE railroads until now hfoHe to wield WITHOUT ANY REAL CCf t T4tho cnor mously important franchise tturg hmsr9rta bon to the entire countthey iseOh tructed 230000 miles of rof taiti rt tthoyiaveI Idone A ttAKVELOUS WOKK nfllljMya afforded transportation at a cheaper rate per ton per mile apt 1 jw8enger than in any other country in tho world n v THEY HAVE HOWEVER MANY OF THEM IHAJELESSLY VIOLATED THE TRUST OBLIGATION THEY HAVE BEEJNDER TO THE PUBLIC OF FURNISHING EQUAL FACILITIES AT THE SAME PRICE TO ALL SHIPPERS Tho WATERING OF STOCKS AXD BONDS AND TIn OVERCAPITALIZATION OF SOME OF THEM for the profit of their managers have prevented the NEEDED improvement of their railroads in construction and equipment The tremendous demand for increased facilities duo to the enormous growth of business shows tho INADEQUACY their equipment andconstruction While they might not have been expected to meet in full such on ex traordinnry demand tho obligations somo of them have assumed in tho form of stocks and bonds leave no doubt that liiul tIle money they represented been put into tho roads IN GOOD FAITH the shortage ofcars and equipment and inadequacy of roadbed und trackwould not be so grout They discharge a public function THEY HAVE BEEN WEIGHED IN THE BALANCE AND FOUND WANTING THE REMEDY FOR THE EVILS MUST BE RADICAL TO BE EFFECTIVE IF IT IS NOT 80 THEN WE MAY CERTAINLY EXPECT THAT THE MOVEMENT TOWARD GOVERNMENT OWNERf SHIP WILL BECOME A FORMIDABLE ONE THAT CANNOT BE STAYED j But asked tho proprietor of tie Bongtonff apartments do you think this man Is the best one you can get for Janitor Tho best ever replied the manager He has been an ice man a coalman and a street car conductor lIes as sassy and Impudent as he can be Philadelphia 1ress DoinG Business Again When my friends thought I way was about to take leave of this world account oflndIgRitlun nervouness lon general debility writes A A lui Treadwell N Y and when It looked as If there was no hope left I was pnrsuaded to try Electric Hitters and I rejoice to say that they are curing me I am now doing bust lnlIngearth Guaranteed i Jackson Drug Oci 150cIlook to tell nt a glnuco Just what kind of t shop each ono Is But all the Japa neo boys and girls know the confec tioners sign the spiked ball and Just where to go whenever they wish sweets of any sort Exchange Bitten KS u SpIder Through blood poisoning caused by a spider bite John Uaihtngton of Boiquevllle Texas would hue lost his leg which became a man of running torei had he not been persuaded to try Buoklens Arnica Salve He wrUeallrhe first application relieved anti four boxti heated all the sorest He4ls every sore 9So tt Jackson 1rd toi i il I The New Pure Food and Drug Law We are pleated tonnnouiice that Fo lejs Honey and Tar for coiigh colds and Jung trouble U not effected by the National Pure reod and Drug law Bill harmr1IPatagonia was so styled by Magel lan In nccorduuce with the Spanish word patagon meaning a large clum py foot It was from the fact of see ing the Impressions ofthe large shoes not as he imagined the feet of the aborigines that ha concluded the country must be Inhabited by giants Pneumonia Follows A Cold But never follows this use of Foleyi cllughIThe sultan of Turkey 1ms a wonder ful collection of animals which he keeps on nn Island at Ylldlz Tlfcy in chide btiigs roedeer gazelles rare everykinddogs and there la also a special cat- house Dancing Proves fatalMany men and women catch colds nt dances which terminate In pneumonia and consumption Aflat exposure if willlireneed be fesred Refute any but the ginuiaain a yellow pwksgu Jaak son Thug Oo I fIr 4 FOLEYS KIMY CURE WILL CURE YOU ofany case of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medi cine Take it at once Do not risk having Brights Dis ease or Diabetes There is nothing gained by delay 50c and 100 Bottles REFuel SUBSTITUTES TAGKSQN DRUG no Two of a Kind A private In the regular went to tilt colonel of hlrf regiment nnd naked torn two weeks leave of absence Tilt colonel was n Severn disciplinarian and did not hesitate to use n nuhterfuge In evadIng the grouting of privileges to his men Well salt lIsa colonel what do you wnnl a two weeks furloughs tort Me wolfe Is very nleU and the chll siren nro not well anti If ye didnt moliul pho would like to have mo home fer n few weeks to give her u bit ov asslstnmiee The colonel eyed him Cora few min tiles anti suld- Intrlck I ought grant your request but I got a letter from your wife this rOilIever 3 on were there She hopes I Women Who Do Realizing QJdiih DreamBusy Old Age Keeping a Promise 1 Under Difficulty Women and I ithe Trades Union Left pie I Karly In October a quiet little woman will salt from San Iranclsco with nil her mod Mt Iiusago directed Inlchou fou China ilcboufou Is an Insig nificant town In north China to reach which one must travel from the coast three days tn a donkey cart Never timeless sue faces this perilous Journey happily for to her It means the rcAlUfV tlou of u rhltdhnqd UoAlu Bho Is RO big to ace and help tho people of ChI- na Tl young woman Is Miss Flor ence Jones of Springfield Mo n grad I ante of a St touts antI New York MISS FLOnCKCK JONES training school for nurses Oeceptly two returned inlnslannrlui from Chlnn vpro niuout the pationti at the saul tarium whore she was employed nnif so eloquent worn the Btorlps hey told Of tlto unhappy romlltloq of women In China npd lime lark of medical aid that n number of wealthy persons subscrib ed the money to establish a hospital at Lnlchoufou where the need was said to bo esjwclally great Mss Jones ask cd to be Boat out to work In the hos pital and was appoInted Its head al though hI Is only thirty years of ago She will hiwever havQ only q staff of ono other nurse to assist her I Three Busy Old Ladle I Three of time busiest brainiest and cheeriest women In America nro Mrs Amelia Han MIA Harriet Mann Mil and Mrs Mary Virginia Tcrhune Iler nro perhaps time most Popular WQtniii writers lit America nnd by n atrango coincidence aro nil seventysix years of ago Mrs Shirt celebrated her birthday on March JO nt her home Cherry Croft CorawalIonthcHudsot N Y Mrs Miller better known by her pen namp of Ollvo Thqina Mlllofi observed hers on Junu 23 at her homo In Brooklyn whllo Mrs TcrhnnQ known the worM over as Marlon nor land has Iws to look forward to on Dec 21 wisest It will probably be made n special fete occasion nt her home Sunnybank Tompton N J These three delightful women have never dip ped their pensIn the Ink of time prob lem novel Everything they have writ ten has boon bright clean and wholesome yot their popularity past nntj present casts In tho shade anythluH achieved by tho morbid women writers of the new school KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery I FOR ra8 BrPnICEFree II AND ALL ThROAT AND LUNG TOULE8 GUARANTEED SLTISPAQTO- Zox MONZTUFVNDZD HowsYour Liver It will pay you to take gcoJ care of your liver cause If you do your Uver witake good tare of you Sick Ihvr puts you all out of sorts makes you pale dizzy sick at the stomach gives you stomach ache headache malaria etc Well ilvtr tees you well by purifying your blood and digesting your food There is only one safe certain and reliable liver medicine and that I- sBedfords BlackDraught For over 60 years this wonderful vegetable remeJy has been the standby In thousands of hones and Is today the favorite liver medicine In the world It nets gently on the liver and kl1 nays and does not Irritate the bowels- It cures constipation relieves can gestion and purifies the system from an overflow of bile thereby keeping the DOdy In perfect health Price 25c at all druggists and dealersTest It The Scrap Book ==What Puzzled Him A bishop In full robcn of ofllce with hU gown reaching to hU feet was teaching a Sunday nchool class At tho clOse ho salt ho would be glad tn nnawtr nny questions Cnn I asky said u Itttlo boy nils ing hU ItttU- dCcrtnlnly said tho bishop what U UV Is theta all youvo got on or do you wear pnUts under demur C LOVE Of COUNTRY Breathes there the man with soul to dead Who her to Mmivlf hath caM This Ismy own my native Una Whose heart hath neer within him burned As home his foolitcps hath turned From wnndrrlnc on a foreign strand If such thtni breathe BO mark bm well For him no minstrel raptures swell Hlch though hit titles proud hll name HoundleM hII wealth as with can claim Despite hope titles power and pelt The iviftbh concntroJ nil In self Living shall forfeit fair renown And doubly dytng shall KI down IprunetJnweptScott Th Vain Actor and the Little 0111ILillian ItUKsell tells the following tory about a handsome nUll vnln nc tor A letter pt iml H was put In another ninun box at n dub ono evening by niHUkt Tint other man oi enetl the letter raw that It wins a note from a tailor demanding instant iiayment of a bill long overdue and In dlnmay sealed It up again neatly and put It In the box of Its rlKhtful owner The rightful owner entered tho smoking room that nlnht wtU tho letter In hid hand Ho ran U through glanced around complacently tare his nius tachc a twirl and murmured tl Silly little glrll- IIIeltttlOmlllIit Deadly AVorlt had so seriously affected my right lung writes Mrs Fannlo Connor of Hural Itoute 1 Georgetown Tenn that I cougliod rnnltnuouily night and day and ihe neighbors prediction consumption seemed inevitable until my lius and brought home a bottle of Dr Kings New IItoofry which In my QUI proved to be the only REAL cough cure and restorer of olherIyou may win In time battle a nlntt lung and throat trouble with NtH Discovery the HEAl cure Guaranteed Uy Ihe Jackson Drug 00 tCc and fl 00 Trial bottle free 4 Tho Thumbscrew Ordeal William rnratnlrH the Scotch divine who for foirleen years served William III as conlldentlnl secntury and nd vlucr In chief had been Implicated In tho Rye House plot a conspiracy to aBi nnHlimle Chnrlcs II nail ptaco Mon mouth on tho throno Ho was put to tIm pxcrucliitln torture of tho thumb kins or thumbscrew which he en dured heroically without coufcHshiK or ImplIcathiK others After Cutstairs docflme the private adviser of William h6 wns presented with the Instrument by which he hail beep tortured Tho king wUhlnv to seo tho measure of fortitude noccMMnrj to cuduro the terrible orturw wlthaut mnklnu n confession of sonic sort placed his thumbs In tho machine nnd told Carxtalra to turn time screw Ho turned slowly nnd cautlouidy It Is unpleasant sold King Wil liam yet It might be endured You are trilling with me Turn time screw to thnt I may really feel pain similar to that you fell Cnrstalnf turned tho screw sharply Tho king cried out nutS when released said that under such pain ho would have confessed to nuythlnz true or raIse Cured of Bright Ls Disease Mr Itobt rt 0 llurke Elnora N Y IVrlteaI Before I sturted to use Fo leIs ICtdcey Cure I had to get up from welve to twenty titmice a night and I was nil bl ated up with dropsy mind my yealghtwas so Impaired I could scarcely tee one of my family across the room I hud Riven up hopes of living when a friend recommended Foleys Kidneys Cure One 60 cents bottle forked wonders and before I had taken the third bottle the dropsy had goneaitehl as all other symptoms or Bright disease Jackson Drug 00 i4 r J tl LIEU RAILWAY WINTER TIME TADLE EFFECTIVE NOV 18 1000 NO 1 NO 3 WEST BOUND Daily Dully Ex Sun AM v p n Lv Jackson CIO l 2 20 O K Junction 0 15 2 25- Elfcutnwa 020 2 80 Atliol C 40 2 52 Tallejjn 0 4u 3 00 St Helens tj 5 U a 11 UcuttyvilloJunct 7 07 820 Torrent 7 30 3 41 Campion Junct 7 48 3 57 Dundee 7 62 4 03 Filson 8 011 14 Stanton 8 IB 426 Clay CityH 25 4 35 LK Junct 9 00 5 07 Winchester 9 12 b 20 ArLcxinuton 955 0 05 NO 2 NO 4 EAST BOUND lailyExSun PM AM Lv Loxincton 2 25 735 Winchester 3 10 8 13 L B Junct 8 25 826 Clay City 4 00 0 02 Stanton 4 10 9 10 Filson 4 26 129 Dundee 4 37 9 34- Campion Junct 440 938 Torrent 4 57 9 60- IJcattyvillo Junct fi 18 10 17 St Helens 5 26 1025 Tnllcpa 5 37 10 35 5 45 10 43 Elkntnwa U 00 11 1- 0OXJunct 0 10 11 15 Ar Jackson 6 15 11 20 CONNECTIONS L E JUNCTION Trains Nos connectionsII trains connect with Mountain Cen tral Railway for Pine Itidjjo and Camnton1JRATTY VILLE J UNCTION Train Nos2 and 4 connect with L A Uy for passengers to and L from IJcattyvillo 0 KJUNC11ONTr1tiltsNo 3 and 4 with the Ohio Kentucky for local stations on 0 K fly CHitS SCOTT G P A ol K RAILWAY HPKUOTIVB NOV 1U 100U WEST BOUND Daily Ex Sun 1ST CLASS So CLAPIS AU r M- Lv Jackson 11 05 a 00 0 K Junction 11 15 810 Frozen 11n i 83 Vanclcvo 11 H8 a12 Vilhurst 11 41 3 52 Hampton 11 M 4 01 hose Fork 12 05 410- Lee City 12 11 4 15 H elcchnwa 12 It 4 liAr Cannel City 19 35 G 20 EAST HOUND Daily Ex Sun 2n ULAKS In CLASS I I lW- Lv Cannel City 7 10 1 00 Helcclmwa 7 31 1 17 Lcc City 7 45 1 21 Hose Fork S 00 1 S2 Hampton 8 24 1 44 tiVRnclcoFroxcn 8 fiO 9 04 OK Junction 9 25 2 28 Ar Juckson 9 80 2 80 Sunday passenger train C8CJIfCannel City nt lOOp fl1 returning leaves Jackson at 4 00 p m M L CONLEY Gon lIgr MountainCentralDepart 5 45 a m Campton 11 30 a m UW p m Campion 6 00 I m Arrive Depart 8 00 a m Campion Jun 10 05 a in 4 00 p m Campion Jun 4 40 p in Make connection with all L Ss E passenger trai- nsReduced Rates VI- AQUEEN ORESOENTROUTE ION r F LIE 1ST AND 311D TUESDAYS OF EAGH MONTH TO MANY POINTS SOUTH Winter Tourist Tickets returningtillFor prrticulars write II C KING C P T A Lexington Ky W H Henderson Ayres Street Opp Post Office LEXINGTON KY DEALER IN Grain Seeds Feed OornOIQverBlue Grass Orehtrd Grass Hungarian Hay Straw Mill Fe a