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At i COUNTIESII I t1 1aEIlAlriNaEd110 tf A NEWSPAPER DKVOTKD TO Ilttj a Ji EASTERN KENTUCKY 1t ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR IN ADTANOE i IJackson lic fiJ NoYcmber 8 1907 Number 3 fJ1 WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A Big Stock f Fall Goods Which the are going to sell at 15 Per Cef Discount With the uttucm rare wo havtvohosen our hip stock of Clothing for Men Bora and Children for Fall and Winter wehrv fityle workmanship fabrio wearing points all have boon considered Jho clothes yon liny at this store will make good iu B rvtCPJ and satisfy you in every way that thoro are nnno bettor mado readyto wear or tailoreJio measure You nn eoo satisfactory ovidonepbf this befow purchasing by critically examining any of tho new Models we ckn of and Doublobreasted Stjlo for Mon allandapproved tI08 Fall and Derby Soft Hats LADiES NEW FALL SUITS ARE HERE A truly beautiful of the Frill atidr Winter Modula in notSnitsbo bettered Wo havo mado careful Ladies niv Cloaks in Black Bluo3 Gray Castor and other color yTho prettioat lino of Indies und Misses Skirts ever in Jackson in all the now weaves and colors and in all the moat approved stylo are on display hero Ask to eta our beautiful Fall lino of Dress Goods Silks Flannels all colors Laces Trimmings and Ribbons Gloves Hand kerchiefs Underwear Embroideries hosiery Fancy Dolts Back and Side Combs nil this seasons goods at 15 per cent dlsconut Mothers ask to see our line of Infants garments t BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS IN MILLINERY Wu aro showing beautiful line of ready to wear and Trimmed JIats Wo rive you itylw beauty and individuality for very small amount of money All trimmed with the daintiest of trimmings and for Men Women dud Children Outing Ulotb Car Valises Comforts and Blankets offer advantages that cannot bo had elsowhoro Our Fall Shoo stock is now in Almost every size and shape conceivable Low prices stock Wo have too many goods and are JJoino and sec this elegant going Co sell then at 15 per cent discount M Buster IsaacsrW OOGoocooeOQo oeweoo e J SASIUKL 1I13AD Jr Cushion U FLOYD DAY lire iVCKAWFOlin Vlco 0L of G at 1 DAVIS Acting Cashier VI S IIOPPEK Asst UiMli ItlHllllllllllt tuF fG OURWiBANKING METHODS + 1 ARE SATISFACTORY f I If L ctstzt you arc arc J 0 i ber why not open an account now 1 Cull in and talk the subject over with j 0 us A call will entail no obilgation f g Wont you try and see a PAIDUP CAPITAL and SURPLUS 2735000fi I JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK II mJackson Kentucky g G O ee TH- ESouthern p RyOFFERS VERY LOW ROUND- JRIPHomeseekers Rates To Arkansas Indian Territory- Louisiana Oklahoma Fc Texas Tickets on sale the first and third of each month Apply to any Southern Ry Agent or write A R COOK D BI SI VENT fP A- ILOUISVILLE fI + f 1 ht 1r t 1 of If J wit fr BR ATHITT f v NEWSl M t r t T 1 a i fi 1 F c Tuesdays Battle of the Ballots and the Results Accomplished SIX GOVERNORS ELECTED In the Remaining States the Election Was Confinedto Minor Offices Ii The Astonishing Feature of the Days Report Is the Wide Defection of Kentucky Democrats Wiping Out a Majority of 7030 Four Year Ago Republican Elect Entire State Ticket i Tam Johnson Continues td Hold His Place In the Affectlirts of Cleveland People Kea YorkpNpv C Tuesdays electrons being mainly for local ofilcfcra attracted small attention In those states not concerned in the results llallotjug was conducted Iti thirteen states In six of which governors were elected Probably tho most astonishing re atilt was tho landslide In Kentucky which wiped out the 27000 majority given Governor Ileckham Iu 1903 and gave Augustus K Willson for gover nor and the entire Republican ticket the state by a majority of more than COOO Massachusetts reflects the entire Republican state ticket cadcd by Gov+ ernor Curtis Guild jr Jleriry M Whitney thoCltlzcnsDeraocraUc can didate for governors polled a much heavier voto than Charles Bartlott tho Antl Merger Democrat f Pennsylvania elects John O Sliest Republican head of the ticket for elate treasurer by a largo majortly- eyAYuvkstAte elect JI1lUdT b rtlott ahd nartlett joint cant Iatea oi the R bllcan 9anI Democratic tickets for jtStlces of thi court of appeals over tho candidate of the Independence League Hearst New York city elects the Tammany candidates by considerable majorltlrj over tho Independence LeagueRepub Bean fusion candidates Frank S Katzenbach jr Dem was elected governor of New Jersey by a narrow margin The Maryland contest for tho gov ernorship was warmly fought Cro thers Dem was elected for governor by a plurality of about 6000 James II Higgins Dem was ro elected governor of Rhode Island over Frederick II Jackson Rep by a plu rality estimated to be about 1500 showing a Democratic gain from tho plurality of last year The election of the Democratic tick et in Mississippi headed by E F Noel for governor was a foregone conclu sion as there Is no opposition ticket In Nebraska M U Reese Republl can candidate for the supreme court the most Important state once voted on was elected The mayoralty contest In Cleveland resulted in the election of Tom L Johnson present mayor over Con gressman Durton The American or Antl Mormon par ty at Salt Lake City gave the largest pluralities ever given In that city At Toledo Mayor Whltlock and the entire lade cadent ticket Is elected Cincinnati elects Colonel Leopold Markbrelt tho Republican candidate for mayor At San Francisco Dr Ed ward R Taylor Democratic and good government candidate for mayor was elected and District Attorney Lang don municipal graft tighter was re turned KENTUCKY TURNS OVER Entire Republican State Ticket Elect ed by Big Majority Louisville Ky Nov C Governor Augustus E Willson Louisville lieut enant governor William H Cox Mays rllle attorney general James Breath Itt Hopklnivllle auditor of public ac counts Frank P James Harrodsburg treasurer Edwin Farley Paducah secretary of state Den L Bruner llardyville superintendent pf public Instruction John O Crabbo Ashland commissioner of agriculture labor and statistics M C Ranklu Pleasurevllle clerk of court of appeals Napier Adams I Somerset railroad commission ur Second district L P Tarlton Frankfort Augustus E Willson Republican candidate Tor governor and the entire Republican state ticket have been elected by majorities ranging from 5 I 000 to 10000 and the Republicans have carried tho city of Louisville for both state dad city tickets James P Qrlnstcad Rep is elected mayor of Louisville by 3500 majority The next Kentucky legislature will hsvl a Democratic majority on Joint ballot and presumably for Governor j 1 1WIpf4w J JlJ Dcckham for Unite ttesJnatoralthough there Is all ay ot- a bolt of somo of i D JH0erats to defeat him These no liw results of I one of tho warmest rind what seems to have be none o tho fairest elections heM I Kentu fIn many years This landslide wIp the 27000 majority polled by ivcrnor Beckham I in 1903 I IN MASSACHUSETTS Republicans Retur Governor Guild and Other St te Officers fr Boston Nov C fhe Republicans won a sweeping v gory reelecting Governor Guild and U other state of ficers The Repub cans will have their usual majority u both branches of the legislature Tho state officers c otd were Governor Curtis Guild Jrot Doston lieutenant governo ben S Draper secretary of state flilllani M Olin CURTIS mLD JR- Chaplntreasurer Arthur DL auditor Henry E Turner torney general bare Malone GoV ior Guilds plus rallty Is about 7500 Governor Guild w pposed for ro election by six other lndldates Her ry W WJWlney Di Kjcrat and also running on two sc of nomination papers Thomas L lifsgen Indepen dence League Get I Cbalhs W Bartlett AntlMergellilervoy SCow ell Prohibition JolMW Brown So cialist and Thomawt Brennan So cialistLabor p j The total vote of postonrfbr nor tsarlit DU 1 Fs0utld X33 442 Hlsgen 19993 Whitney 25511 Last year the vote was Guild 37 143 Moron COC71 In Boston the of the election was tho telure district at torney In which A Dennis JOHN B MORAN Dem and Walter A Webster Rep opposed the reelection of John B Moran the candldato of the Indepen dcnco League Moran was reelected by a largo plurality The complexion of the next legisla ture will remain bout the same as last year 170 Roptfbllcans and 70 Dem ocrats members of tho house and 23 Republicans and 12 Democrats mem bers of the senate- FUSIONISTS KNOCKED OUT Straight Democratic Ticket Carries New York County New York Nov 6 Republican and Independence League fusion In New York county was defeated by a straight Democratic ticket the Independence League ticket for associate justices of tho court ot appeals was overwhelmingly beaten by the Identi cal tickets of tile Republicans and Democrats and thero will be a slight change do the makeup of the state assembly In New York city the Independence League court ot appeals ticket was defeated 4 to 1 and the league vote up state was light In tho city Interest centered In the county fight In which tho Republican and Independence Leaguo forces opposed the Tammany ticket James W Gerard was elected to the supremo court with a wide margin over L Y Bruce Thomas F Foley defeated for the sheriffs office the fusion candi date Max F Ihmscn of the Indepen dence League Edward T Bartlett and William Bartlett nominated by both Republi cans and Democrats were elected to the court of appeals over Ruben JU Lyon a former Bryan Democrat and John T MoOonouch a former Republican both ot whom were nominated by tho Independence League The elcciton WM unwvmlty quiet f p or 4Jf fj N nd tho vote light There wero a cani lderablo number of arrests for Illegal toting Chairman Parsons of the Republi expressed surprise ut tho result and placed the responsibility on the finau clap situation and repeaters Leaders of the Independence League wing of the fusion unreservedly declared IU defeat duo to a fraud Iu Kings county Brooklyn tire Republicans wero generally successful though the Democrats elected District Attorney Clark The Republicans lost a few mjm bets ot tho assembly probably six Republicans swept allt1le candl dates with one exception in office at Buffalo Elmira returned to the Democratic column so tar as tiromayoralty was concerned Republicans elected a city and a county ticket in Albany In Upper New York State Albany N Y Nov GTlo Repub licans won In both Albany city and county against a fusion ot the Democrats and Independence League and the Citizens Union Mayor Charles H Gnus was elected over Edward A Durant for a fourth term and with him the entire Republican city ticket wins by a plurality ot about 4000 Tho Republican county ticket Is elected by a plurality of about 6000 For the first time in fourteen years the Repub loans elected a mayor In Utica and for tho first time In seventeen years the Democrats carried Newburgh Tho Republicans wero victorious In Ulster county and elected their candi date for mayor In Kingston In loch ester the Republicans elected the may or but te Democrats carried the con mon council Despite the protests of the united clergy the Democrats elect ed a brewer for mayor In Troy May or Ellis Mann was reelected by the Republican wltlrXfl plurality al 350 The Independence League vote upstate wa Returns slow the rtevote for Bartlett In Qieatcr New York to be fi69925 agalnil for pen court yjp r i FOR THE fOURTH AIM i w Cleveland Puts the Sta1J oval a eTorrr lblllisonJIsW Cleveland Nov GMt If Johnson was reelected foj th urth tlmo lismayorof CIefW i a hard fought Batte nYhlcltthtk epubllcal ticket d b t rgressnrau TOTfonJclalnriat of the house com mittee on rivers had harbors John sons majority Is about 5000 and the u TOM L JOHNSON entire city Democratic ticket In car rled by 3000 or more The Democrats elect a majority of the councilmen Congressman Burton made consldera ble gains over the vote of two years ago when William H Boyd was the Republican candidate but tho gain was not sufficient to overcome the strong Johnson lead- Practically Settled Waahlngtop Nov CUnder an ar rangement made between tho mem bers of the political delegation hore from Oklahoma the question of tin federal Judgeships has been decldeo and Ralph Campbell of McAllister and John Cotterall of Guthrlo will be rec ommended to President Roosevelt for appointment to the two JudgeshIps This practically settles the question as to these positions Antl Mormons Show Their Strength Salt Lake City Nov C Municipal candidates of the American antl Mormon party have the largest plurality ever given In this city Bransford for mayor has about 10000 plurality over Plummer Rep and Morris Dem whose strength was very evenly div ided The Americans will control tho council They have been In power for the past two years By the Usual Majority Richmond Va Nov GThe elca tlon In Virginia was only for candi dates to both houses of tho legislature The Democrats will control both houses by tho usual majority In tho Eighth congressional district C C Carlin of Alexandria Dem was elect ed to succeed Congressman J F Rlx ey by an overwhelming majority Its Initial Victory Sacramento Cal Nov GThe Lln colnRoosevelt Republican League won its Initial victory In this city electing its candidate for mayor Clinton L White over M R Board Democratic incumbent by a Majority oJ njvvtoi c Jr 1 hA 4 The Largest Circulation 1 OFf ANY PAPER IN THI StCIOH fIe f IIVolume VII Yentuck Ofpsp lrewi Tuesdays ELECTIONRETURNS crelljItfd rtdence LOCAL ISSUES PARAMOUNT i Ohio Has Her First Try at Separate Municipal ElectionI Cincinnati Nov GOhlos first ex POrlcnco In separate municipal elec tlons demonstrated that local Issues would bo paramount and the results are so various that partisan victories cannot bo generally claimed as such each local light having some particu lar complication- For Cleveland Interest centered en the contest of Mayor Johnson and Congressman Durton over the matter of street railway fares an ultimate 3cent fare or the Immediate accom plishment of a present peace In local transportatlm matters and gave a ballot leaning toward tho former Idea by endorsing Johnson- In Cincinnati Markbrclt Rep was elected mayor by so sweeping a vote that he carried his entire ticketwith him ending a fight of Mayor Demp soy Dem for the vindication of a reelection and the present efforts rf those who have been long opposing I I affairsIa I and ran for reelection as an Indepen dent has been emphatically endorsed securing over 7000 plurality Bond Rep was elected mayor of Columbus by from 3000 to 7000 phI rality over Duncan Dem who hail announced strict enforcement of all liquor and Sunday laws as his plat form Daytons threecornered fight ended In favor of tho Democrats their candidate nurkhart winning over bof the Republican and Independent can didatesMansfield has elected a Republican mayor while Canton Youngstown Zanesvllle Springfield FIndlay Ports mouth Ironton and Xenia seem to have chosen Democrats to run their affairsPIqua reelected Its lid mayor on a platform In which he declared for a continuance of that policy Strict enforcement of liquor aniSunday law affected the result also In Zanesvllle and many smaller cities CINCINNATIS NEW DEAL Veteran German Editor Elected Mayor by Decisive Plurality Cincinnati Nov GDy a decisive plurality and a clear majority over all four competitors Colonel Leopold Markbrelt the veteran German editor mJqlstertoDollvl nati on the Republican ticket and car ried with him the entire Republican ticket Tho campaign had been a vig orous one but the fact that Mayor Dempsey who was elected two years ago by a combination of Democrats and Municipal party was this year a candidate of the Democrats only and supportt support In their claims that tho Demp sey administration had been a failure Local Option Scores Springfield III Nov GAt the first test of the new local option law made In Illinois counties not under town ship organization seven counties went unqualifiedly for temperance and in many former license strong holds the temperance forces wero in a measure victorious The claim lit made at the headquarters of the Anti Saloon League at Springfield that In the sixteen counties voting 250 st loons had been forced out of business and that 90 per cent of the territory affected had been brought Into tho dry territory At Jacksonville 32 saloons wero voted out and at Du quoin the temperance people won by 26 votes In the southern Illinois counties tho mining towns without ex caption went dry A Foregone Conclusion Jackson Miss Nov 6The Democratic state ticket headed by E F Noel for governor was elected Only a small voto was cast The other of ficers Include Luther Manshlp lieut enant governor E J Smith audltord G D Edwards treasurer J W Poor secretary of state T M Henry in surance commissioner R F Fleeter attbrney general II K Backesley commissioner of agriculture The Result In Maryland Baltimore Nov 6The Democrats have carried the city by about 3000 and returns from tho counties indi cats that the Democrats have elected all their candidates by about 4100 out side the city This would give them tho city and state by about 7100 The legislature appears to be safely Democratic They Split Their Tickets Ogden Utah Nov 6Brewer Dem was elected mayor by 176 ma jority Tho Republicans carried the other city flees by majorities rang ing from 125 for city attorney to 660 for recorder The Galveston Plan Rejected Sioux Falls S D Nov GWith a light voto the plan of municipal gov rrnment by commission otherwise railed tho Galveston plan was defeat i d by a majority of 31 In a total voto of 1100 Turns Down Republican Mayor Youngstown 0 Nov GAfter an unusually vigorous campaign the vote was very heavy Graves Dam was cletced mayor over Baldwin the press eat HepubUcsn Insumljent by about boar t- rt f tIN NEW JERSEY Frank 8 Katzenbach jr Defeat I t Judge John F Fart t yl rTrentonKatzenbach jr Dem has been elect If Ied governor by a plurality of aboutS t FRANK S KATZENBAWI JfJC I 15000 Mr Katzenbach notstlaly t 0made heavy gains lq Aarthenf New r Jersey but also cut down the normal r e1 largo Republican maJor auth IIY f J f rf rq tDGB JOHN FRANKLIN FORT I Who Was Katzenbachs Opponent J II era New Jersey It U too early tp caatthecotaplexloaof helegkla 1lIeanToledos Literary Mayor Returned the People Toledo 0 Nov GBrand Whit i lock was reelected mayor of Toledo by a plurality of about 5000 Tile tight was made on tho issue of fran 1 chlse for street railway corporations along the lines as laid down by Tom Johnson mayor of Cleveland Op ponents of Whltlock put up an argu mont of law and morality enforcement Whltlock Is a disciple of Mayor SamuJones of Golden Rule fame The President Votes Washington Oct 6President Roosevelt cast his ballot 84 at 955 oclock Tuesday morning at Oyster Day thus registering his choice as to two associate Justices of the court of appeals a Justice of the supreme court of the state member of the as sembly county officers and several proposed amendments to the state constitution For the president to ex ercise the elective franchise access tated eighteen hours and 225 miles of railroad travel and four minutes In the voting booth The trip was with out Incident and the president reachced Washington at 616 oclock Tues day night d Had Nothing to Say Washington Nov 6Atter return ing to Washington from Oyster Bay where he went to vote President Roosevelt received election returns at the executive office Secretary Loeb was with the president but no au nouncement of any kind was Issued from the White House in comment on the returns Democrats Gain One Trenton N J Nov 6The New Jersey senate for 1908 will stand Re publican 11 Democrats 7 a gain of one for the Democrats I Will Close Thirty Saloons Jacksonville 111 Nov GLocal opttion won In the city election Tuesday by 600 votes and thirty saloons will be closed 1 Voted Out the Saloons Duquoln III Nov ILDugoln voted tut tho saloons Tuesday A largo C temperance demonstration followed too vote r Mansfields Republican Mayor Mansfield 0 Nov 6 Huntington Brown Rep was elected mayor over W F Voegele Jr Pam by over 400 In the Philippines v Manila Nov 6A majority 61 the Independence candidates have beel4 elected The vote was very I 1eIY1I Findlay Kltfita a Dmi9rft Flndlay 0 Nov 1lftlktr f I was eleeed for maygr mr QUMM- IRWlUMWi J r 1 w 1- a 1 zt The Breathitt News t 1 SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE- r if f J WISE HAGINS EDITOR FRIDAY NOVEMBER 8 1 THE PEOPLE t III HAVE WON Mo J The Machine Has Been Bustedi i r 1 Gang Politics J Is at an End biy In Old Kentucky Just a y Surely as- a It is In + Breathitt i From Brcathitts misty mountains To Mississippis shiny sands Well sing tho glad Hosannas I And yell to beat the band f Then sing the halelujah f And raiso a mighty shout i4 Wovo sot the rascals going And the gangs down and out i Augustus E Willson and the ontiro Republican ticket were x elected by a majority of about 15000 and the Legislature is very parm One thing is certain Beckham r will not go to the Senate as there a halo been enough antiBeckham si Democrats elected to keep hi out In several counties that Haler carried a Republican representa Live was elected i I C C McChord WRIt defeated for Railroad Commissioner in the 1 Second District by L P Tarlton JIe Republican This makes tIiefail f road Commission Republican I ij if McChord carried his district at r his lust election by about 18000 Willson carried Louisville by about 7500 and James F Grin stead and the entire Republican city ticket was elected by about h r 5000 y The Republican carried the 3rd 4th 5th 9th 10th and 11th Congressional districts The latest reports are that the House is a tie50 each with the i i Senate about 10 Democratic ma jority 4 ijt Leo county gave Willson 379 I Estill 448 Wolfe for Hager 251 Breathitt 233 for Willson 1 Willson will be inaugurated Governor of the Commonwealth- on the second Tuesday in Decem- bert which falls on the 10th o p 0 December State Senator W II Cox also will be sworn in asI Lieutenant Governor on the r o6iceli A i f according to the State law until the first Monday in January which falls on January 6 Breathitt for Willson Hager Willson Jackson No 1106 147 Jackson No 2100 87 Jackson No 3 63 167- l Frozen 77 190 Crawford 70 84 Terry 51 48 John B Lewis 61 11- 0Crockettsvillo61y 71 Georges Branch 79 121 Lost Crcek119 65 Buckhorn 97 37 Spring Fork 88 56 i Elliottsville106 119 97hTotal 1166 1399 Willsons majority 233 Breathitts vote last year was T FarLangley1337fFor Hopkins 1005 Town Trustees The following were elected trus tees of the town of Jackson their terra to begin the first Monday in d January U1 Davis M S 1 Crain Samuel Pembcrton A H 4 Patton and Robert Davidson DdSilas Kldder has Just answered my I letter said the country editors juve i nile assistant You know I wrote to 1 him and told him his subscription had ezphrdr be say asked the editor 1 l Dumbed If I know He Just sent my letter back with some Italian T words scrawled on the bottom of ItJpIOklf like rcijulcscot lu pace Oath J I 4 1 Standard und Times J 4 tr tI i 3tl r- yg cf- j t l 1 t r 52S252S2525 5iS25i5arn IU1Kentucky Merchants and business men are invited to take advantage of this splen m did advertising medium If you have never advertised with us give us a chance If you make your appeal for trade through The News will reach the largest itm most intelligent class of ers in this community I ads will be read by Yourm they will become yonr I mers Try it and see r- nl5a2S2S25JiS252S2S2Sa5 Not Discharged An old antebellum negro in a small southern town tvne arrested and brought before the village magistrate for drunkenness lie nsked for a law yer who had helped him out of scrapes thesTile young man name Into the little once vhero tlip usual crowd or spec tators lint Anti naked lo nil negro Well William what ore you charged with this time Badly the ancient darky replied Dose ls charged wlfll whisky liar pers Weekly Shoes shoes shoes Cheap cheap cheap Jones Jones Jones Elkatawa Mr and Mrs AloxCundiff have gone to housekeeping Mm Will Hays of Reeves was the guest of Mrs John Oaks Sun day Mrs Testaman Back of Jack son is the truest of her sister Mrs Alex Cundiff IMr and Mrs Jason Little of Mrmand Mrs Bcgloy Sunday Aunt Mary Miller has returned home from a visit to her son John Miller in Clay county who is very sick with fever John Wilson formerly of this place has returned from a stay of three years in the army Ills friends wero delighted to see him Canoe Bettio Ilernld who is 106 years old is very I =a H j Al Gambill of Howards Creek visited Mr and Mrs Gambill Saturday night Millard Reynolds made a busi ness trip to Jackson Friday Miss Emma Lewis is visiting her sister Mrs Eliza Stamper Mrs Ellen Gay visited her mother from Friday till Sunday I Lee Keen and Willie Johnson harp returned from Hamilton O Miss Lula McIntosh who has improvfClifton Sebastian and Charley Callahan made a business trip to Sebastian branch Sunday Sarah and Mary Haddix of El katawa attended the funeralmeet lug at Mill Creek Sunday Jones is selling everything at right down to cost prices Shake in a BottleiNow is the time when the doctor gets busy and the patent medi cine manufactures reap the har vest unless great care is taken to dress warmly and keep the feet dry This is the advice of an old eminent authority who says that Rheumatism and Kidney trouble weather is here and also tells what to do in a case of an attack Get from any good prescription pharmacy onehalf once Fluid Ex tract Dandelion ono once Com pound Kargon three onces Com pound Syrup Sarsaparilla Mix by shaking in a bottle and take a teaspoonfulafter mealsand at bed timeJust try this simple homemade mixture at the fist sign of Rheu matism or if your back aches or you feel that the kidneys are not acting just right This is said to be a splendid kidney regulator and almost certain remedy for all forms of Rheumatism which is caused by uric acid in the blood which the kidneys fails to filter out Any one can easily prepare this at home and at small cost Druggists in this town and vicin ity when shown the prescription stated that they can either supply these ingredients or if our readers prefer they will compound the mixture for them I l 7 3 c T ROSE s 0 SAMPLU ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and Councelors at Law CAMPTON KY This firm will practice in all the courts of Wolfe and adjacent coun ties Special attention to Corpo ration Law and Real Estate Liti gationOffices Second Floor Farmers Traders Bank WOLFE COUNTY Campton Dr J R Carroll of Wilmore was in Campton Monday to attend electionEsq a Shockey of Hazel Green was in town Monday attending county court Finley E Fogg and Floyd Day of Winchester and It J McLin of Hazel Green were hero Mon dayCounty Assessor C B Allen of Leo City came to town Monday to attend court and hear the po litical speaking Revs J M Matthews of the Methodist church and J M Tol son of the Baptist church have gonp to Ljino to hold a protracted meetingMr Mrs Hardin Hurst re turned from Frozen Ceoek Saturday where they had been to attend the funeral of the formers mother Mrs S II Hurst Capt S B SmUh js npw a resi dent of our little town having moved into the residence last week vacated by Dr J R Carroll and family on Marion street Joint discussion of Ito political issues of the dosing campaign took place at the court house here Monday between Messrs A F Byrd and Smith Hays represent ing Democracy and Capt W L Hurst and 811 Nickell represent ing the Republicans The audi cice was about equally divided between adherents of tho two parties and the debate being a spirited one brought the issues clearly before the voters All raons suits at cost at Jones store t BOOTH WOLFE COUNTY Measles are still raging in this part Miss Dora Carroll is on the sick listS B Smith and family have moved to Campton Miss Ettie and Willie Carroll visited near here Sunday Mr and Mrs J D Carroll visited David Spencer Thursday Uncle Billie Boothe who has been sick for some time is better Miss Lou Whismnn visited the family of J D Carroll Sunday Miss Vilaria Bootho visited Misses Ellen and Jane Bailey Sat day Charles Alexander and W C Napier have returned from Bridgeport Wisconsin Jack Alexander who has been confined to his room for saUle time is able to bo out again The D of Aof Green Council held a box supper last Saturday evening A large crowd attended NOLAND ESTILL COUNTY Mrs Edith Garrett left Satur day for Hamilton Ohio Mrs Mary Parks of Richmond is visiting Cash Rice of Red Lick Robert Garrett and family from Illinois are visiting friends here Mrs Nannie Warford of Rich mond is the guest of Huston Wal ton Sam Cox has a sale November 31st Ho is talking of going to OhioHuston Walton and family have been visiting Jeff Johnson at PanolaMrs Albert Walton died Octo ber 31 She leaves a husband and childrenMr Mrs R M Garrett of Irvine are the guests of their son 0 B Garrett Mrs Christopher Winkler of Bcrca is visiting her sister and friends near this place Wm Richardson and family and Willie Winklor of Kansas are visiting W C Richardson and family Stop with Bart Bros at Reed Hotel when in Lexington t Jabkson Skating RinkIl GOOD RINK GOOD SKATES GOOD MUSIC GOOD ORDER Sess ns Every Tuesday Thursday and Satur day afternoons from 2 to 430 Ever night except Wednesday night from 630 to 9 Come and spend a pleasant evening with your friends Admission lOc Use of Floor and Skates 15c JACKSON AMUSEMENT CO FlORIDA AND ORLEANS VIi1RESCENT ROUTE IWinter Tourist Tickets laonltloa c1 kt of 0 C KINO C r U T A III Malta SclcdaCtOll E- yJ IIYDEN If5SL1E COUNTY Clay GriffiS of Elkatawa was visiting the fJnily of Lloyd Mor gan recently Circuit court passed off very quietly Five wero sentenced to penitentiaryMrs Morgan and Miss Nancy Dixon visited friends in Hydon last Tuesday Ike Terry who is canvassing for a picture firm has been visiting his sister Mrs Dora Morgan Lloyd Morgan attended the pic nic and ball game at Camp creek last Saturday We arc sorry to hear of the deathof Uncle Ike Terry Ho was a good man and loved by all who know him Mrs Jemima Sizemore died at her homo on Rock House creek last WednesdaM 1She was the wife of Smith who sur vives her She was the mother of eight children Miss Mary Howard of Harlan county who was teaching school at the head of the river went to visit her sister Martha who was sick with the fever and while there was stricken with the same disease and both died They wero young girls and well thought of by everybody RED Bran o f A H PATTON ATTORNEY AT LAW OFFICE IN CRAWFORD BLDO JACKSON KY fucsS21M DR O H SWANQO IPliYSIEIJlfI PNc SUjOfi HOURS8A TO 4 P n HAKQIS BUILDING LOPPICB N KKNTUOKr 7 wT WITHOUT CHANGE Oa Sale Norcmber 1st 1907 Good Returning May 31st 1908 II hotelUre- R 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 lands of fruit trees I willsell at a bargain WM BAILEY 1 Jackson KyI R A CHILDERSI WITH JOS Q REED DRY GOODS CO PORTSMOUTH 0 Solicits the trade of the mountain people Ho will be AT JACKSON EVIS11Y 3OT AYH Dealers will be notified by postal Save your orders for him He will save you money feb 1 ly THE GUEST CHAMBER- may need some new furnishing or perhaps it is the Dining Room that is in want of something now or even the Kitchen It makes no difference what room it is we can offer you man- yAttractive Piecesof suitable for any room in the house and all priced temptinglyI JONESFURNITURE Corner Court Street and College Avenue J FALL- IIILLINERY IS NOW ON DISPLAY Our showing of Millinery will b- eIn revelation to many a delight to The variety is such that you in surely find one that captivates your fancy They are perfect gems of beauty sumptuously large rich in color fascinating in their entirety If you havent selected your fall hat see these beautiful models The individuality and taste char acteristic of this millinery cannot be described it must be seen to be appreciated EXCLUSIVE and FASHIONABLE MODELS LADIES FALL SKIRTS We arc pleased to announce that our display of Ladies Skirts for the IH yi fall and winter season is now com plete an exhibit of style quality and elegance that is unquestionably the vj finest ill Jackson and cannot fail to add greatly to our prestige as pill J Tcyors to the fashionable women of this section e jI Linens Flannels and Bedding We wish to tell you very early in the sea son that notwithstanding the big advance in all primary markets we are fortunately in a position by clever operating to still offer you a big saving on our present stocks quotationsand Fancy Linens White Dress Goods Flan nels Waistings Suitings FlannelcttesWash ComfortsWerule that customers get the benefit of our careful merchandising no matter what the condition of the market at home or abroad COOK STOVES AND RANGES elighttosupply has moro good qualities than wo have space to ouu morale Try ono of ours and youll be convinced GROCERIES AND CANNED GOODS Stnploandthe finest line of canned goods on the market and you can depend on them Theyre fine When you buy coffee and Hour you ought to know theyre good We assure you both coffee and Hour bought hero will bo right they loud to tho attractiveness of living A real luxury at any season is one of our delightful hams The best line of Mens and Womens Shoes MensClothingFor a liberal share of your patronage we promise good values polite attention and unbounded appreciation DAY BROSOOWHO- LESALE AND RETAIL KENTUCKYI y 4 t at U- tij H The Breathitt News Published Every Friday SUBSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAR J WISE lAG INS Enron tltf r+rrus-x k Dr C H HURST SurgeonofF tOffice In R A Hurst Office Building Jackson Phone 58 z u ro UIIIUI nnnritaurlultnnnunrmn MARTIN T KKLLY tf fi ATTORNEY AT LAW = OPI ion IX HUItST 1HVG = 1C s f JACKSON ICY s- MIIIIimiMlimmimmilllimillllimillliK J H McLin is still improving M T II Hounsholl has moved to liSmilh Branc- hIaniol1urncrA jfc is building an od i iLion to his house 4 Circuit court will begin at Boat r tyvillo next Monday uMrll A 11 Patton has been w a quite sick this week I t Green Haddix has the nicest line qf post curds in Jackson mattingtfor 20 ff cents ft Next Saturday will be pay day for the teachers of tho county Kcv W L Taulbeo and wife of Taulbee were hero Thursday Wm Ii Ilujjins who has been sick for a few days is improving Mrs Dr A M Arnold who lit 14c hM been sick for some time is y += improving Irvino McDanicl wits here Wednesday I buying goods for his store at Rousseau Mrs Eliza Bowman is very low with the fever and is not expected to recover Mrs Anna Barrow and daugh r ter hula of Mt Sterling arc visiting Mrs Clarence Hnddcn 4 0 T Strong hns moved into T ttjhc house ho recently bought of Mrs W N Copo on the Heights John Hurst has been appointed storekeeper and guagor at the JottSpcncer distillery at Oakdalc M II Holliday of Hazard and Miss Elizabeth Watkins HRrgisI 4T of Jackson were married in Lex ton Tuesday Will some machineocrat kindly tell us why Governor Bcckham hnsnt issued that Thanksgiving proclamation I G 2 Dyer hay moved to Win chester whcro he will take charge of the barber shop in the Brown Proctora Hotel Judge John 0 Griffith has do natedasite for a church building on Turkey creek which will beI erectelhoonIJ Rev W II Setzor and wifo have given up house keeping for the present and aro boarding with T G Back in South Jackson Mr and Mrs J D Walker who had been visiting Mrs Wai leers parents Mr and Mrs Solo t mon Frazier returned to their homo at Georgetown last week fClydo Campbell and Policeman Mike were killed and Wr It Campbell and Policeman IM Smith Wcre seriously wounded in n pistol battle in Lexington Tuesday t iSE Putton has compromised with his creditors and has opened ttup his store on Broadway At r- I tachments against about 23000 of property has been discharged k leaving Mr Patton entirely free from debt Tuesdays great victory is due to the fict that tho conservative tMq Democrats and Republicans voted fthe Hopublicau ticket Wo have f no hope of electing a Ilepublican to tho U S Senate but we believe + enough honest Democrats have boon elected to tho legislature to make Bcckharas election inipos fSsible Wo therefore sincerely opa that the Republicans will combine with tho Democrats and i elect an able representative man to Iho Senate The State should be well represented and there are several hundred able Democrats f who would be a credit and a help W to our SutOi Winchester Sun So titel FY qF + J U OUR GUARANTEE Wo sell everything for Men wiA Hoys to wcnr Wo sell only fliicli tfoodn as wo cnn Kitiiruutco to gtvo HutlKf action for the price paid and sell them with the distinct unilcrMtamllni that should you get anything1 you dont lute you can hrlug Itbuck In good condition and got your money aguln without question rUB MODI2U will will I It will you because fabrics fully examined by the maker and tested before into prices we havu put clothes lower you pay the quality olsowhero meat t will find describes hats They full of Snap correct and best values get tho College Notes weeks of the first passed with good work and good attendance tni= Mr A K Sloan of Wyaconda Mo arrived Thursday to assist in the Collegiate department This will give Prof Crcgo time to at tend to office work and also an opportunity to the Normal which will after the Christmas vacation Mr Sloan is ta graduate of the Missouri State Normal Mrs Crego employed to assist a part of each day only until the opening tho Normal but has cheerfully giver her time to the school She will teach the Latin and Literature and full work when the Normal begins Miss Uyland has asked to leased from her work in tho Institute and her request has been granted She goes to tho city Now York to complete her studies in Domestic Science whore she has an unusual opportunity for the rest the year We regret to see Miss Jlylnnd go we feel that she has been a good friend to the Institute and the best wishes of the students and faculty go with her Mr and Mrs Baron Arnold from Michigan will arrive within a few days Mr Arnold to teach tho Intermediate department and wife to take charge of the Lug and as matron in tho dor Fagan has a large music class The chorus work begins this week This will free and it is hop lr that a largo number will wail themselves of the opportu nity to to sjng The special reading class paring to put on a about Thanksgiving time The art of I public reading and speaking is one should receive more attention than is usually given it Ladies coats very cheap at tones store Mrs J J C Back and R A Hurst and Kelly hash loft Wed nesday morning a to Hot Springs in search health and recreation They will gone about a month and will visit other points interest in tho west Breck Flinchum bas had a position with a lumber company nt Harriman Tenn has moved back to his forrqer residence on Highland Avenue SMART CLOTHES FOR 1 MEN I TO GET RIGHT DOWN TO THE POINT- We want you to give us the opportunity of showing you our various lines of Fall and Winter wearables We have gone to no end of trouble ill selecting our new stock and reviewing tho assortment in present shaped Hero you wjHMind a generously largo stock to choose from The variety of models is broad styles are correct fabrics are many and dependable patterns aro now handsome and plentiful prices aro right andno matter how hard you art to fit or difficult to please you cannot do bettor come here for now clothes Now is the choosing time for all sizes are well represented in every line Later biiich be the caso and you will have to t be satisfied with a much narrower choice Drop in and lot us try on you some ot these suits and overcoats and then otiean judge for yourself whether the clothing bo yours or not Suits from 10 to 3JJ3- 5Overcoelfs from 10 to 50 CLOTHES FOR THK BOYS pay to buy your boys clothes the are made gnrmeritsbccnnso tho on these are than wilt for I S3OO TO 15OO Dc1artsVisit NIFTY HATS You not Nift aYword that to a T1 our are and go in styles and colors aro lhoIallround you eau for Nino term have work up open was of all take be re of of as his sow act mitoryMiss be learn is pro play that long 1 for trip Ark of be of I who its than not hero Special Meetings Closed The special meetings that were held in the Christian church closed Sunday night While there wore not scores of converts and packet houses each night yet a meetings success is not measured always by converts and crowds Rev W JI Cocko was an earnest speaker and not with undue emotion but with I thought and logic ho presented the I gospel and in such a way that no one in a moment of excitement was I converted but under meditation and foresight they confessed their Lord and Master Bro Cocke preached straight gospel and if the expression might be used ho fitted the shoe on many so called chris tians in that they preferred to at tend other attractions rather that the meeting Several were asked to attend the meeting but some said that they had no one to go I with them but the3 could have becnloundat places of amusement every night or some other place The Christian church feels that it had been unlifted through the preaching of Bro Cocko and made stronger more able to do greater things than over before The value of these meetings cannot be I measured in dollars but in what will be accomplished in the future Room size rugs nt cost at Jones store Seriously Wounded Galloway Sebastian was shot andseriously wounded by Wm Arnett at Leo City on election day It is reported that the trouble came up over some old family grudge and was not caused by any political animosity lie was taken to a Lexington hospital Wednesday It is thought that ho will recover Sunday service at the Baptist church at 11 a mand 7 p m Morning subject Personal Work evening subject What it Cost to boa Christian Everybody invited to attend these ser vices Special meetings will commence Sunday November 24 A now paper has been started at Hazard called The Mountain EvangeHst Rev A S Petrey is the editor It will be devoted mainly to the discussion of relig ious work in tho mountains of Kentucky For sale household goods gar fen implements heating stove etc lleap for cash Mrs Wftdc 5oi er 1 MONEYSWORTH I OR f I t MONEYBACK I Lexington Ky Mans Truest Friend In time of need when health fails position is lost and real friends are scarce ASavings Bank Account Saves dollars that are silentlybut surely to come to the rescue in time of distress The wonder is why people are so blind to the ad vantages that our bank daily points out saved dollars piling up and earning interest Can a man see his dollars again in any other wayJAOK8N DEPOSIT BANK J CKSON KENTUCKY Son Shoots His Father Ben McIntosh Jr shot and wounded his father James Mcln tosh near Shoulder Blade last Monday afternoon Ho was ar rested and had an examining trial before Squire I C Terry and held in a bond of 500 which ho failed to give and was brought to jail by special bailiff Isom Terry Wednesday j John Brown has moved his fam ily to tho farm he recently purchased from G T Strong near the mouth of Quicksand lIe will remain at Lnmbric a month or two to windup his business affairs GO TO McCarty Moore FOR STONE and BRICKWORK Moving and raising houses and AUIwork F r 1tr Ya rt v f J Granville Turner Jr of Canoe and Miss Arkio Gross of Lost Creek were granted a marriage license by tho county clerk Da L ALLEN 7 JEWELERMAIN ST UPI POSTOFFICI3 hits for sale a nice line of WATCHES EMBLEM PINS EYE GLASSES SPECTACLES and nil kinds of Jewelry REPAIRING A SPECIALTY Prices Reasonable Please call and examine 51ly Fruit and Ornamental TREES Shrubs Vines Asparagus Everything for Orchard Lawn cntsCntnloguc fit Pi Hillenmeyer c Son IlJX1NUrtQNtlY We r f PETERS SHOES s t Theyre the Shoes you should call for if you1Awant to get comfort style and wear a 4 reasonable price Theyre built in specialty factories from the most carefully selected materials over lasts that conform properly with the lines of the feet MADe FOR US PetersShoe CO SLtouis i IFOR NOTE THE PRICES J Ladies Tip- Bluchers t 1 25 Ladies Pat Tip Bluchers 1 50 Mens Vici Kid 2 25 2 50 Mens Patent Calf 3 50 to 4 50 II Ladies Heavy Shoes very thing for country wear 1 65 to J 85 CwAll these goods are really worth from 25 K to 50 per cent more than our prices per pairr t- SL TAULBEE jI s 1I MIXED1l m PAINTS IITust receiyed a full line lt which we guarantee it I 1v u JTWi- llcover more space last thantlother paint made Call ranyt see color cards and get t nrices =uill l Jackson Drug Co II eee = =ee 41Ii tihp You Will Get All Thats m J Coming to You t S THERE IS NO FAKERY Ij- gj 6 4 0 0 In our method of business for every dollar jj you pay us you get one hundred cents value in 4- Sj return tip f We Believe in Square Treatment f 0Your moneys worth all the time We might tit 1useup a page of space talking about our goods 3i5 COME TO OUR STORE i it So you can see for yourself thats the surest way fl i Crawford d Co i KENTUCKYf Q MONUMENTS I Headstones and Markers My line of designs are the latest and I can also prepare special ideas pre sented by my customers mylinedrop me a postal card I erect work reasonable RUMISHELY Shop Located Noar tho Bridge J Jackson Ky c GOOD GOVERNMENT WINS The Result In San Francisco a Fur ther Rebuke to Graft i San Francisco Nov GThe elec lion of Dr Edward R Taylor Demo I DR E R TAYLOR I cratlc and Good Government League candidate for mayor and William H Lingdon Democratic and Good Gov WILLIAM H LANGDON eminent League candidate for district attorney are Interpreted as a further rebuke of the Schmitz administration AT PHILADELPHIA A Ten Million Dollar Loan Proposl tlon Was the Big Issue ok Philadelphia Nov GThe election In Philadelphia passed off very quiet ly the Republicans electing all their candidates by the usual large major Jtles There was more interest taken In the fate of the 10000000 loan i proposition than In the success of any candidate on the city or state ticket The city party the reform organlza tlon which has fought the Republican organization for several years went on record as against the loan and 0made a fight against the proposition The returns show that the loan which had the solid backing of the Republl can leaders carried the city by a majority considerably under that given tho successful Republican can didates John 0 A Sheatz the candidate for state treasurer whose home is in this city ran strong and his plurality Is close to 60000 In the city For the first time since 1904 there was no fusion against the Republican state ticket The independent Republican element which voted for the Lin coIn party at the last two elections voted for Sheatz who has been in sympathy with this element Sheatz hat served three terms in the house of representatives and voted against the organization on several important i treasures advocated by its leaders Joel Cook Rep was elected to con cress from the Second Pennsylvania district to fill the vacancy caused by tho resignation of John E Reyburn who was elected mayor of Philadel phia last spring Light Vote In Pennsylvania 0RSheatz of Philadelphia Rep was elected state treasurer over John 0 Harman of Columbia county Dem by a large plurality This was tho only state office voted for and a light vote was polled in nearly every coun ty There were large Republican gains for treasurer all over the state as compared with the vote for this office two years ago- Higgins ReElected Providence R I Nov GJames II Higgins the Democratic candidate for reelection led his Republican opponent Lieutenant Governor Charles Jackson and was reelected by a plu rally of about 1700 The next gen tral assembly will be strongly Republican insuring the reelection of Geo Peabody Wetmore of Newport to tho United States senate r The Result In Columbus Columbus 0 Nov C Charles An son Bond Rep was elected mayor of Columbus by a plurality ranging from 5000 to 7000 Mr Bond was opposed by Judge Thomas A Duncan Dem who was pledged to enforce tho mid night and Sunday closing laws The Nebraska Judgeshlp Omaha Nob Nov 6M R Reese the Republican candidate has been elected justice of the supreme court by a majority of 12000 votes She Was Right A cantankerous old farmer who 1 hardly over agreed with anything his wife said to him came home one wet day and placing his back to tho fire stood up to dry After some little tlmo his wife turn ed to him and said Julio youll better watch yoursel vor youll burn your flannels To which John replied I think Ill need to burn my trou sere first Indeed non youll need to do tine A thfjj of tv Ulvj r rid Loudtti I tmlsIv si r J n GtM r A ROYAL NURSERY Green and Whit Are the Colors Used For Decoration The suit of rooms occupied by tho heir of the Spanish throne Is situated directly above the queens bedroom and communicates with her apart ments by a private staircase It is on the sunny side of the palace and it consists of a day and n night nursery n dining room bathroom a dormitory for the attendants and a workroomGreen white arc the colors of the day nursery On the walls is a continuous series of animal pictures Among tho peculiarities of this room which is to be the royal playroom Is the fact that there Id not n sharp cor ner In It Every angle Is rounded so that the stumbling pf the little feet may not result In cuts and bruises Another feature Is that the room it self front floor to ceiling and every ar tide In it except the delicately rose tinted carpet of English manufacture Is washable The windows nro pro tested without with hammered Iron gratings of old fashioned design The night nursery Is adorned with three frescoes Morning Midday and Night The first shows a baby awakening In a cradle flooded with sunshine the secoud n little child eat ing and the third a little boy saying his evening prayers kneeling by his bedThe furniture Is of mahogany lac quoted white A frieze of grotesque figures borders time walls Young Alfonuo occupies the same crib that his father nnd grandfather slepl ONE OP TI1K KOTAIi H4JYB BASKETS In but the queen has hail It remodeled It used to bb ornamented with two high pillow which supported a canopy modeled on the Spanish crown From this heavy draperies of lace flowed to the ground Tho queen has had pillars canopy and curtains removed The court says the was afraid of tho crown falling nnd crushing the infant Most likely It was her modern appreciation of free circulation of air about the sleeping child that dictated tho change All the rooms though beautiful are simple They are planned and adorned In tho child spirit Queen Victoria Is something of a frcMu4JfeiflCPd Sue Inherits It from her grauumothor and namesake Utilizing Burlap Did you ever think tho ordinary yel low burlap that comes around bulky parcels can be turned to account by the clever needlewoman For In stance some of the cleaner pieces may be utilized as really pretty porch cush ions Take two pieces twentyfour Inches square Rna make a simple border of scrolls or cross stitch In heavy twisted cotton rope silk or even colored wrap ping cord as has been done with not bad effect PHI the cushions with excelsior and use white manIla ropo as a cord fring lag short pieces for tassels at each cor net Another pretty treatment is to ap plique largo flowers cut front cretonne to tho burlap Buttonhole with cotton n tone or two deeper than the flowers or else with a very narrow lino of block Finish such a pillow with n turned in hem on each half Cover the machine stitching with n row or two of narrow braid the color of the outlining Help That Counts There Is ono person In time world that will never fall you If you depend upon her and are honest with her and that is yourself The girl who learns to seek power within herself who learns to rely upon herself Is never disappointed when she depends upon any outside help It Is the self reliant girl that Is III de maul everywhere- It Is the girl who can do things with force and originality not simply dream about them I It is the girl who takes the trouble to go to the bottom of everything who Is thorough In small things as well as largeIt the girl who not only has high Ideals but Is willing to make sacri Aces to live up to them It is the girl who takes the thorns In her occupation with as good grace as the roses It Is the girl who docs not measure the quality and quantity of her work by tho amount of her salary Conventional arid Natural Many people arc puzzled by the terms conventional and natural designs The former menus a design which docs not profess to copy nature and only by device or form suggests the flower leaf or fruit found In the pattern It may bo worked In many col orsA natural design endeavors to follow the coloring of the natural leaves bios some and steps It pictures The Bishops Knee Breeches A certain bishop while dining at the house of one of his friends wlfB pleas ed to observe that he was tho object of marked attention from the son of his host whose eyes were firmly riveted upon him After dldner the bishop ap preached the boy and asked Well my young friend you seem to be laterestl In uie Do you find that I am all right Yes sir replied the boy with a glance at tho bishops knee breeches Youre all right only hesitatingly wont your niamnin lot you wear trou sglwleiLuuu Mull e ti Ibz BULL EXERCISER A Device That Hardens Muscle and Tone Down Temper Tho necessity of some form of exer- cIse for the stock bull has long been recognized nUll many devices have been experimented with Mr P E Pawlcy In Country Gentleman pro nounces the pole and sweep shown In tho cut the must satisfactory device that bo has ever used Mr Dawley describes the device as follows and the arrangement is easily understood although one of the chains alluded to Is not discernible In the cut it Is made by setting a heavy post deeply in the ground letting It extend up about six feet A baud is placed ou tho top and n section of nn old steel wagon nxlo with the box attach ed IA driven Into the end This post should not bo less than ten Inches ON TUB SWEEP through at the top A hardwood sweep Is cut nod the center of gravity de termined by balancing It over a sawhorse A hole Is thou bored through tills sweep nt fha p gravity and tho box securely fastvh1Cel Into K U to then sot back on the axle the sweep swinging on the axlctrce Two short chains are attachJ to tho small end of the sweep To the lower end of one of these a swivel bar clcvla is at tached To the other a very heavy stian Is fastened A piece of old two tuck tug or n strong Jpatbcr pollar Iz placed on the bulls neck being held In place by two short tint head bolts which are far better than a buckle and a ring Is placed on this collar When the bull Is led out before liber ating him from the staff the large snap on pne of the chains Is snapped into this ring The bar clevis 1 s then screw ed Into the ring In time bulls peso when he Is ready to take his exercise The first time an animal Is hitched It may be necessary to drive him around and to work the sweep for him in order to get him accustomed to it The chains should be so adjusted that tho pre attached to the strap ou his neck will swing the sweep It should be long enough BO he can reach tho ground Hy time use of this device I have kept n bull until he was fourteen years old In such condition that his muscles were hard and firm anti he was vigorous nnd virile One great advantage In exercising tho animals In this way Is that tuny become ao customcd to being handled and are very much moro tractablo than when kept tied In the pens or when simply led out and put In n tread power once or twice a day for half an hour ILIVE STOCK NOTES I A meeting of the associations of Angora goat breeders and mohair grow ere Js announced for Nov 15 at San Antonio Tox It Is expected that some willbefrom Nov 0 to Nov 21 and GOO In prizes will be awarded Bare Lot or prat Jot At the Louisiana experiment station an experiment as to the relation of bare lot and grass lot feeding to parasites In the stomach and Intestines of sheep has been concluded and Dr Dalrymplo states In his report of tho tout bqllptlll No 03 that on tho whole the lambs raised by the bare lot moth od were In every way more satisfac tory than those raised on the grass lot Sugar Beets For Stock Farmers are beginning to appreciate the value of sugar bopfs for stock feed Ing and nro raising more of then each year Many of tho farmers In northern Colorado have grown beets for this purpose and will slice them before feeding while others will turn their stock Into the fields to fatten on tops mud roots The Jones Cattle company of time Mid dip Park has contracted for 300 tons Of beets at Moad h will be fed to cattle with hogs following a plan which was tried last year with excel lent results Denver Field and Form No American Coach Horse Although numerous entries wore made not one was judged good enough to carry off the first prize for a coach horse which WItS offered this year by tfie Iowa state fair The requirements were American trotting bred horses Or suitable eire conformation style quality and action for heavy harness service Size 15 hands and over 151 to 153 preferred Horses competing must be standard bred or registered nonstaudard Champion Buttermaker Mrs J A Peters of Story county has again won first prize at the Iowa state fair In the womens buttenunk Ing contest She Is champion woman buftermaker In Iowa having ranked first for many years Sixtyfour wo men representing tho states of Minne sota Illinois Iowa and Nebraska com peted Birds Lightning Rods Tho humming bird no less than man protects IQs habitation with a lightning rod said an ornithologist- Oh you nature fakir It Is the truth The humming bird nests In warm ell mutes where darns tating thuudurutoruis abound and very prudently he covers the outside of his little home with cobweb j Silk you knoW la it nonconductor qt electricity and since cobweb Is silk the bumming birds nest If lightning proof Isnt lie aclever little beggar to put up his ortn lightning rod like that Cincinnati Fjaqulrer It u r Biliousness and Sick Headache quickly cured by ORINO Laxative Fruit Syrup as it sweetens and tones up the stomach and acts as a gentle stimulant on the liver and bowels It will positively cure chronic constipation ORINO clears the complexion i of pimples and blotches Refute substitutes Prloe BOO I JACKSON DRUG GO =HIS BAD BREAK He Didnt Think He Was Talking t the Womans Husband Time conductor looked at the thin mnnDo you see Lint stout woman at the other end of the tIrtho ono with the monkey hlU ho asked I think I see tho one you menu the thin man reimonJe 1 There Bhoa lokliig this way sale1 the conductor Well sir I mlmlro thnt woman E You do1 m Yes Pdo K many have n squint and wear bath lug dollies tad bIg shoes yet I red her 11lmyp m She Knwva I Mv to get ore u car tho right way ItintB why Shes too stou- and her hair I ratty nud she any taste tint fxvhen she titepa down from tho back tint form J never wor ry I know slit II land nil right Im dead sure she Imit going to sit down In the mud nud ask me for my number Thats viy I ndulrp her Here sho comes now WAtch her when etio gets oft The stout woman came down the aisle and briskly descended to time street And the conductor with his hand on tho bell rope winked approve ingly at the slim man Then thp stout wqmai looked around Como OuorgrtlI1sho called nnd the slim man meekly followed herCleve land Plain healer Babu English The following Is n bit of amusing Babu Knsllab taken from n letter to the Spectator us written by a Cape fqlorpd in nu to rndpr It Is pot cv nctly whnt Isliionnt by time African style hut ItR Its own force Dear SlrI r Iv do blcykel witch I by from you aIrS but why you dont sent no sadacl WaMi do uxo ot blcykcl when- aho dont send lAa sadJel I am loose to me my kustomj sure tine by nu having J1ejVatgood like anmVr mans you loose to me my trade and Am very anger And now I tells to you you are a dam tools mister T J Jones and Companco I tend to you back at wunco your blcykel to morro for shun because you wo such a damn fool Ulmci peoples Yn respectfullo xvIVTlciNQttIe- aaadel In to mite There Is JCollector la1l In Phlla Ilelllhin most curl ous with profession of a gentleman n pronounced clerical np ppurapt0 wh trlqlfllltlr vtsitei the boys father I answer to the youngsters Inquiry I this connection the fa ther replied tt the effect that the good man was n saver of Not long thereafter the lad took n favorable opportunity to approach the reverend gentleman himself May 1 ask 011 tpjostlon snd lip Certainly my little ninn1 replied the divine I shall bo pleased to an swer It- l only wanted tq IIQWr WII tim nalv query how many souU youvo saved up LIppIucotts On the Links ii ShortsightedtJrQferII map Wit this Is nn awfu1 bonnlo Ho limo bu s fairly teed up What club will I taU CaddieIts no that Im botherln reboot sir Its whaurll we hide If ye foozle ItPuuch A Way Architects Have Towne I dont see why a fellow should kick If he doesnt succeed Er err moan Is the architect pf hs gwp farupplirowneYes but did you ever know of an architect who didnt blame some subcontractor for his own failure Ililladelphln Press One to Wisdom ri think said tho gny youths fa thor Its about time you stopped this foolishness and began to acquire a lit lie wisdom My scheme replied the youth Is to acquire wisdom byfirst determining how foolish I can Post KILLTHE C UCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery I FOR cRRLPRICE II i1OtJAJtANTUD k x u Tho Early Umbrella We may later from time following announcement copied from tho London Female Tatter of Dec 12 IWO that tho umbrella nt this period was regard ed as too cffeinlnnte for limo uso of n norm Tho young gentleman borrow ing the umbrella belonging to Wills coffee house Conihlll of the mistress la hereby ndvcrtlsed that to be dry from head to foot on tho like occasion ho shall bo welcome to the maids pat tens About this tlmo It RII cus tomary to keep an umbrella In tho hall of larger houses for use In rainy weather for shelter In proceeding from tho houso to a covered conveynucc and doubtless the ono alluded to In tho advertisement above quoted was for that purpose We have secured the agency for Orlno Laxative Fruit Strop the new laxative time makes the liver lively purifies the breath cutes ht ache mid regulates the dlReitlvo organ Cures chronic conitlpitlon Ask ut about It Jackson Drug On richoyou HO I saw his daughter who they tiny Is engaged to a nobleman Ulk Cured of llrlglits DlseitHQ Mr Itobert 0 Burke Elnur N1 writes Before I stnrteJ to tun Fe lej s Kidney Cure I hud to get up from twelve to twenty tunes n night and I was all blushed up with diopsr smith my eyesight xvaisu Impaired I could ncurcu ly see one of my fninly ncros the room I had given up hopes of living whoii a friend recommended Pnleyi Kidneys Cure One AO cents bottle worked wonders and before I had taken the third bottle the drop +p bed symptnmrtof HrlRhtn disease Jackson Drug Co An Old Greek Gluttol Occasionally we hear of voracious gluttons alumna the old Wreck One of tho most noted was Ihlloxcnu who wished ho had n neck like a crane so that his enjoyment of what ho swallowed could Imo lengthened by several lushes This hellish gormandizer used to keep his throat In training by gargling It with scalding water Then Uo bribed the cooks wherever lit wont to fetid iu nil time meals furiously hot Thus ho tlnlshed the bent there wan of each dish before anyone else tInted to touch n morsel A fellow guest was once BO ottcnded at this that he refused to remain at the table of Phlloxcnua saying he had Iron Invited to dine with n man and not wth an oven 1 lJllllN The Now faro Point null Drug Tuv We ire pleated to announce Hint Fo lejd Honey and Tar for cough colds and lung trouble is not effected by tlio National Pure Food and Drug lAW m It contain ni opUtes ur othtr harmfnl drugs and we recommend it at n sat remedy for children and adults Jack Drug Co Sottlin- pIatlmerComeyuwig man get your coat gIf aril como with mo Tommy youre not going to lick mo nro you 11nll Father Certainly Didnt I tell you this morning that I would settle with you for your hUll behavior Tommy Yen but I thought It was only a Joke like when you tPM the roar this qtlwi ilny you were going to buttle with him A Sorrow Escape O W Glijda merchant of Plunk Mo hall a narrow escape four years ego when he ran a Jlrnrnn but Into Ids thumb lie taps The doctor wanted to amputate it Gut I would nut oon sent I bought a box of liuclclen Ar miles Salve and that cured the danger elms wound 25s at Jackion Drug Co A Judges Viaw of Women Oaths Do 1 believe n woman under 01tb1 commented n judge whoso saute has figured prominently III many big cases Well und there was n twinkle lu the Judicial eye Ill tell you what I know about women In that connection and perhaps you can figure It out for yourself If a woman likes a lawyer or tho judge or tho defendant at the bar or any one who happen to be related to him she will swear to anything that Bho nk8 will help hIm win his case fCot purposely certainly but thats the peculiar kink In a womans mind Whatever she wants to believe uliu does believe and honestly believes It to be true and tho same In good of tho opposite proposition If she dislikes n man nothing she can say will be too bad for him If oho likes him slum cant say anything good enough NOW do you HtUI wont an answer to that questlouSan Francisco Call Piicuntoiiln Follows n Cold lust neve follows tho use of Foleys Honey and Tar It stops the cough heals and strengthens tho lungs and prevents pneumonia Jackson Drug Co Held His Superiors Nose Strange duties fall to the lot of stqff ofllccrs on service Sir Archibald Alison who was cog ncctcd with the Ashant III JS73 suffered trot tho malarious cll mate nnd was ordered to take n spcclllu dose which nlthough probably salu tary was certainly nauseous Ills alddccnmp handed It to him ail advised him to hold his nose while taking It But my dear fellow how can 11 sold Sir Archibald pointing to his empty sleeve Dcnt let that stead In tho way afr replied the ald decamp and re spectfully seizing the governors nose ho held It till the dose was swallowed Coruhlll Magazine Dont Pay Alimony to be devorced from your appendix There will be no occasion for It If you keep your bowel regular with Dr Kings New Life Pill Their action Is to gentle that the appendix never has cause to make the least cam plaint Guaranteed by Jaokion Drug Qo 96o Try them Cut i it Outsays many a doctor to his lady patients because he I doesnt know of any medicine that will cure female troubles except the sur knife- That such a medicine bythousands WINE OF OFCARDUI Cures Womb Disease It has save the lives of many weak sick women and rescued others from a lifetime of chronic sickness It will cure you If you will only give It a chance Try it Sold by all druggists and dealers In 100 bottles GAVE UP SUPPORTER J wore a supporter for four years to keep up my wombV writes rs J Chriioun of MannsviUeNY My doctor said no Bttlldn would help me After Uktac Canlul I cave up my sup porter and am now well A T Stewarts Way Alexander T Stewart was tho first merchant prince Today wo have nay numlier of merchant princes even kings std If Stewart were alive he would find very lively competition Itut he lint some rules that might bo copied by time merchant who have In some dir cllons followed him One of his rules was this Never praise an article Ask time customer what Is do rtrcd amid if you hftve It offer It with out comment Name time price If the customer Is not pleased allow him or her to depart and make no comment The article must stand or Its own merits It Is the cuotonicrti privilege to buy or to decline to buyNewY- ork IresH My host Friend AexnnJer Benton win lives on llural Route 1 Fort Kdvard N Y says Dr Kings New DlicovnrT Ik my beet earthly friend It cured me of attlnnt six years BRO It has also performed a wonderful cure of Inelp lent aUhUIIIIIUon for my sons wife The first bottle ended the terrible cough and this accompllthrd the other symptom Lift one by one until the was perfectly well Dr King New Difoovwryg power over coughs and noM Is simply invrveloui No tll Pmely Lies every eqinltd It Fully guaranteed by Jacktnn Drug Go We and 100 Trial bottle free Fountain Inkhornt Fountain Pens Matthew Honry thy English blbll cnl coipinentitor who lived front liXTi to 1T1I In his commentary on time vi clan of tho candlestick nil of gold and two olive trees by It tnontlons foun thin Inkhoras aud fountain focus What were they lIe says Thts candlestick hind one bowl or common receiver ou the tOIl jnto which oil was continually dropping amt froth It by rev+ n secret pipes or passages It was diffused to the sever lumps so that without mummy further care they received oil ns fast as they wasted It an In those which we rail fountain lukhonu or fountain peim They never wanted nor were over glutted and so kept always burning clear Ijiulon Notes and Queries Tills IH Worth Kuiuctnhcrln As no cn Is Immune every person should remember that Foleys Kidney Cure will cure my tale of kidney or bladder trouble that Is uot beyond the reach of inedlclno Jacks on Drug Go V Ken Eye lleroH your book dear Miss Scrlb blah Sorry to have kept It HO long Delighted with It I nnnuro you Rend It through did you Yes Indeed It was charming Ever show your eyes to qn export oculistMy 7 cHili What do you mean Must bo Homethlng nbnormnl about them You appear to have rend my book without cutting time leaves AVondorf Eczema Cure Our little boy had eczema for five Vlaul writes N A Adams Henrietta Ia Two of our hone doctors said the case was hopeless his lungs being ef fected We then employed other duo lora but no benefit resulted Ur chance we read about Electric Bitters i bought a bottle and soon noticed Im provement We continued this medl cine until several buLlies wore used when our buj was completely cured Best of nil blood medicines and boils building health tonics Guaranteed at laoknn Drag On 6i Her Face My face said time seasoned sou lirctte Is my fortune You dont say 1101 retorted time fun ny comedian I thought It stood for what you owed And why dill you think It stood for what I owed 1 asked tho seasoned sou brotto Because explained the funny comedian I see you have It chalked up Exchange Dancing Proven Fatal Many men and women caloh colds nt dances which terminate In pneumonia and consumption After exposure If Foley Honey and Tar If token It will break up a cold and no serious results need be feared Refute any but the I gtnulGu Jack ton Drug Cofy a- VVVVVVV UE RAILWAY VINTEK TIMKTA III KFttEGTlVK NOV 18 Hit 0 20i WET BOUND Dully I Ex SunAM r1 Lv Jnckson G 10 2120 0 K Junction 015 2 i4f1 Klkutawa 0 JO 2 30 Athol 6 10 2 52 Tnllejju 6 49 ut St Helens G 50- Ucntty r 1 villo Junct 7 07 3 20 Torrent 7 30 3 41 Campton Junct 748 3157 Dundee 7 52 1 03 Filson S 03 414 Stanton 8 Hi 4 26 Clay City 8 25 4 LK Junct 0 00 5 07 Winchester 9 12 5 20 Ar 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