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Breathitt County news: n. Friday, February 14, 1908. Breathitt County news. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1908 bre1908021401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Breathitt County news: n. Friday, February 14, 1908. Breathitt County news. J. Wise Hagins, Jackson, KY 1908 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. s r- f2i T Best Mi- ri The Largest Circulation EcrloNEATHfr G t sj JU L t JIJrj AP fJrLor I fll J SSrlsls11AOrxeJdlturi A NXWSIAIIm DE1 P Tn Ji11rRE8T9 or LABrEUN KFNTUUSY r lpNK DortAii PKB YEAB IN ADYANO c I 4i rryo1u111cI1r I r- r t c1 s lick d February If 1008 Number 16Jr f- Jy Hm WE HAVE A BIG STOCK OF BEAVI WINTER OOODS WHICHWE ARE GONG fro CLOSE OUT Air COST Consisting of the followings 7tr tJ MEN SUITS1000 Suits for S87ft 800 Suits for 075 GOO Suits for 175 JUJO Sluts for S22f BOYS SUIT1 300 Suits far 075 GOO Suits fQrl Q 300 Suite for S22rf 1 2r0j51i0e for 211 w MENS RAINCOATS ri I J SlOCWias for 900 000 Coats for 700 MENS OVERCOATS Jr 12JSMWr 100 Overcoats for 300JLADIES CLOAKS 1000 Cloaks for 700 v C300 Cloaks for 576 V 000 teals for 12d s 100 Ulouks for 3Qff LADJES SKIRTS e 1rtOhGO150 Skirts for 110 MENS SHOES 100 Show for 350 S 350 Show for 275 ALL KINDS OF SHOES AT COST A tig Line of lens and Boys Underwear arid Pants at cost We also have a big line of Trunks Valiccs Matting and Carpets at low prices EVERY- THINGJE3usterIsaacs AT COST b 30 1 =p R I T ftn ll ron WlI n ln iz ni 0 ttt r o ILOYI WAV Pros 1 8ASIUISI IEAICns r ti n If I OKAWFOUI Vloo rrcs tl W S HOlUMiK Askt CasliCashierM 1 DAVIS Acting t Illliillllllllll jt a ErDUBANKING METHODSQ 0G g ARE SATISFACTORY f- To i +b a large andata you are arc not already in this mini 1 o uUif Call in IJt m us A call will entail no obligation r Wont you try and see S w- g 2735000PAIDUP g tk IiiJackson W- Ia yli Iri ovu1ooooz0ids0dldt dCehr0 livw2 THE Southern R9y OFFERS VERY LOW ROUND- TRIPHomeseekers Rates To Arkansas Indian Territory Louisiana Oklahoma Texas Iftkots on sale the first and thirdTues days of each mouth Apply to any Southern Ry Agent or write BS YENT T PAA R COOK D PA LOUISVILLE KY Z tco t t Aj 4rI Dtinrtt of Simpson was hoQ on bneipo4sSnturcht u Stop withllnrt Brothers at the Heed Hotel while in Lexington Thomas Hgnry I3nekof Uous scan was here on buyine5s lion diiy Calowny Crawford of WincHes torwas here Saturday attcndlng the Ilargis funeral J A Kurd of Lost Creek teas hero Monday in the interest of the public road at that place over which he is overseer The name or tile Boxer postoflicc has been changed to Wilhurst so as to conform to the name of the station at tho same place oh tho 0 Krailroad Win Sebastian assistant posts master at Croclcttsville was here the first of the week on business brQtllriniatr II P Marks nnd wife of Print rose were here lust week visiting friends Thcv stopped over n few days with K W Cunditf Mrs jfnrks father at Klktitawn on V 1it t their returnt Sam T LanOrunT Jim If E Cnudillo Stcenon returned Tuesday from Cannel City where they arrested a MrsUromwell charged with stcalingra iiiulo from Mr Cuud ill last August Stray Cow- I have on my premises one white niiiloy cow with reddish curs and red cast on her side rattler old ThesUiio cow thntI Floyd Hack sold Marion Puuh Over cnn have Jicr byy proving tor charges for feed andndvorlhing uin f13Au PE1UIY COUNT Buckhorn U 1tt5 ftzttgrur tctsv Sandlin Sunday Terry Isoms nmilnro down Vith tho measles Wilson Callahan of Croclcctts ville wns hero Saturday Clark Gay has opened a grocery in tho Ance York store house Anson and Filmore McTotosh made n trip to Jackson Monday During the cold weather the people stored away a good supply of ice fi John Ingram visited George Dean of Doorway Owsley county Sunday William and Robert Sandlin made n business trip to Jackson last week Tho Witherspoon College has a large attendance nndis progress inc nicely Tames Mclntosh isftctl Jerry Mclntosh Sunday and enjoyed a good dinner Miss Lizzie Ingram was Rplcasn ant visitor nt her uncle Ilenrj Mclptoshs Sunday Dr Absficar bought a very fine saddle mare from Harrison Me lntosl for lDO Albert Johnson has returned from Hamilton 0 where he had been for the past six months Tho little daughter of Sidney McIntosh died Monday nUll was buried in tho Anglo grave yard Tuesday w V Sam Burns and John Gross have sold thoir store homo nnd goods to Dr and Clifton Gross and they nro going to try farming Some of our neighbor boys tnade n break to join tho U S army a few days ago but they did not succeed in breaking in lIar rison Mcintosh fell down on his teeth The captain told him tho army cook could not afford to mako mush for him alone Terry Sandlin was too tall Ho was six feet mid three inches Elisha McIntosh was tho only one that passed the examination and ho solid ho could not leave his dea mother Simon Gross while on his way to join met with a bad accident His horse fell with hi and broke his leg The captain t told him ho was trying for a pen sion too early i f 0 y ttFOIE TOW LOTS A Address SS Taulbec 1 i i KytkUFair arningt Severalot oi scribers have complied wjtliUwjiostal law and nave paid HI t v but many have nut WowftlJ begin to cut our lists next w L but I 11Icut olranyof c 1 YJirenthitt county subscribers ti1Jn er the first week of circuit c urWe liavo been warning yqii I 1 We will be cdiriiidlMMo comply frith the law wlietllcr we want to or not lit AnJJActQualifying vote nt any common school election and to holdany con Qn school oQice Bo it enacte fps tjie General Assembly of thrfiommonwcalth of Kentucky Section 1f 3iat any woman possessing tho lualtficatiortSj re quisite to a malSKotcr in common school elections ndwho in ad dition may bo jble to reads and write is hercbyjdcclarcd qualified to vote atiany Election held for the purpose of choking any ollicers ofsqhpols qr uflbn any n easures relating to schools and nay wo man Ahe legal qualifii cation reader males is h reI by decrtrctl to to told any office pertaining to tho management of sllhools now existing or that may hot aftcr bo created by any act pf th General Assembly of the wall dnivcalth of Kentucky temISection 2 Ia a registration tnaJ c voters is now fly l fr btrerUtttl n nn ltoonro m A rlil lid itJ1 unt t It tmu all plnce by tho same officers and in the same manner as male voters their registration however being made in a separate book and all the provisions of Jaw relating to tho registration of male voters are hereby nudo applicable to tho reg istration of women qualified to vote by this Act Section 3 All laws or parts of laws in conflict IIQ rcwith are hero by repealed n i Few Here Know This When an eminent authority an nounced in the Scranton Pa Times that he lindT found a new way to treat that dread American disease Rheumatism with just common everyday drugs found in any drug store the physicians were slow indeed to attach much importance to his claims This was only a fcw months ago Today nearly evcryVnowspaper in the country even the metropolitan dailies is announcing it and the slllen1idresults achieved It isstJ simple that and One can prepare it at homoat siuajl cost Jt is made up as follows Get from any good prescription pharmacy Fluid Ex tract Dandelion onehalf ounce Compound Kargwn one ounce Compound SyrUp Sarsaoarilla three ounces Mix by slinking in a bottle andvtakp in teaspoonful doses after cachmcal and at bed time Those are all simplo ingre dients making an absolutely harmless homo remedy at little cost KheumatishiS as every on knows is a symptom of deranged kidneys ItjJlsSla condition pro duced by tho fallu roof the kidney s to properly filter or strain fro the blood the uric acid and other matter whichnot eradicated either in the urine or through the skin poresj remain in tho blood decomposes and forms about tho joints and muscles causing the untold sufrel ins and deformity of rheumatism This prescription is said to bo splendid healing cleansing and invigorating tonic to tho kidneys retierf in all forms of bladder and urinary troubles and backache Ho also Nomw York paper against the disorim inate use of many patent raedi cines b Y I y j CaHa yy John Banksis stillon ali6slal t listMF Maloney is preparing for housekeeping Pat Mnloiioy has pond into the fur and osi burin s G G Maldney milljAJuben Mil lerjiavo gone into the tie business G Of Maloney awl wife visited John Taiilbeo last Sunday a week ago nnd cnjoycda doll dinner OWSLKY COUNTY Iiebworth We are still for W O Bradley for U S Senator and Governor Willson has the hearty approval of most every one for takiirg the picture of tiocberbff of t10 State checks nnd substituting Abraham Lincoln and JohnC Breckin ridge Wo old log cabin men and women of this neighborhood are glad to know that we have two splendid leaders in old Kentucky Gov Willson and ljon John W Langley S who is now representing the Tenth district in Congress I think Langley is one of the best campaigners I ever saw If he could not get to his appointment by rail or horse ho would go boat I think in the next four years wo will have a now life They did not come into this cam pnignto stck the pious but to call Sinners to repentance and I think the time that their terms of office expire therjo will be a large number to confess their sins and have a right to the tree of life A grout many ofus oldsoldiers some 15 years ago took up our guns and marched to the front to redeem tho old Stars and hand Iacant treat nie soIQlwhon1 get old and mrl vHiPvLVill think nf mn p JeaiJil ES1 Cwtyt Irvine J D Snowden of Powell county is visiting J N Snowden and family J J Tipton went to 1C N Junction Saturday on businessJudge O K Noland wont to Winchester last Thursday on business Mrs J N Snow den is visiting her daughter Mrs Horace Thomas Will some reader of Them Brcathitt County News please tell me on what day Eve the first woman was created Some one claims the whale was made on the fifth day and man was made on tho sixth lily Did God finish his work on the sixth day I Look at your bible closely before you answer tho question County court was in session Monday On account of tho bad weather not many attended and tho majority were candidates among whom were Uncle Daniel Lynch P A WaHingbarger and J N Snowden candidates fo county judge and It M Garrett George Powell and Stephen Dan lets candidates for sheriff Our hustling sheriff A M Durbjn has had part of tho tax warrants issued for the unpaid tax that i duo him He has two of his dep uties in the Miller creek precinct collecting end serving tho war rants Tho contract to build the White Oak church was lot to C N and W N Snowden for one hundred dollars COUNTYoEversole Wo have had a good tide in the passm ed down by u a good floating tide in Cow creek Tho Gabbard boys and others got out about three or four hundred logs Hay Davidson who is studying telegraphy afLexington is homo on n visit Some of th farmers hive broke sod for coon SSan congratulate ITn den Sizemoro on his letter in The News a few wool ago The Wrong Profession Client Didnt you mako a mlstak In going Into law Instead of the army Lawyer Why 7 tkertBacrcd Heart Review 0 a R Fat Cattle Wanted Any qnr Inuring fat cattle or fat holy for solo will please call on 11 Collins SHERIFFS TAX SALE By viture ofa tax warrant in ofKetJtfor taxes duo for the year lOrtT nndEXCU1olsClerks ollico of the Brcathitt County Court also for taxes due the Commonwealth and Urcathitt County aid interest and penalties for tho years 1901 1902 1001 and 190G by virtue of a judg CountyCourtof February 1907 in favor of the loyalTrustKirkland Travcrs Kirkland and Marlon McKenzie listing the property herein described for taxes now in ray hands for collection I or orie pf my deputies willon Monday Feb 24 1908 bctwecnthe hours of 12 oclock m and 2 oclock p m at tho Court llouso door in tho town of Jack son Brentliitt County Kentucky highestbidderso much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy tho amount of tho plnntiirs debt interest and costs and Sheriffs commissions towit Three hundred and fourteen white oak trees and GS poplar trees standing on the landof Henry Shepherd on Quicksand creek in Brcathitt County Ky nlldsnid trees marked and branded MF The land on which said trees stand is the Henry Shepherd farm and for full description reference is made toadeed from Henry Shepherd to C- Eo Smith in Deed No 13 pages 102 103 and lot Brcathitt County Clerks office Also 115 white oak trees and 18 poplar trees branded MF standing on a tract ofJandon said Quicksand creek as described in adpcd of date 17th day of January 1S99 froth Samuel 11 Patrick and wife Thomas Sowcll and W T Mc 11 tsCQ tlAdrdCCd fp 0 o itc uoumy uierks of ice to whif h reference is hereby made for description of said property Also 254 white oak trees and 86 poplar trees standing on a tract of land conveyed by G W Fleenor and wife to sell Mcintosh Nov ember 12th 1S9S and recorded iji Deed Book No 12 pages 287 288 and 2S9 Breathitt County Clerks office to which reference is made for description of said property and said trees marked and branded MF Also 1150 white oak and 13 pop lay trees branded MF standing on a tract of land and tho same timber deeded by George dem ons and wife to C E Smith 14th December 1898 and reference for the description of said trees is had to tho deed in Deed Book No 13 pages 58 59 and GO Brcathitt County Clerks office All of the aforesaid timber trees have been convoyed to Magann Fawko Lumber Company and by said Company to Angus Kirkland by conveyances of record in the Clerks office aforesaid Levied upon as tho property of deceasedrsame Royal Trust Company executor and Edith Kirkland Travors Kirk land and Marion McKenzie defendants in said tax warrant forsiAmount to bo mode by this sale 80825 advertising 1750 total 68575 Witness my hand this tho 2Jth day of January 190S BKECK CUAWFOKD S B Gt FROM ROYAU GRAPE CREAM OF TAR- TARROYAL t = BakingPowder ABSOLUTELY PURE I-Jr52i25252 csiCSc52SC2Srn ft DR 0 H PNY5lt h1 t PI1D 8URG QII 1PPICB IIOURS8A TO 4 nI r IN HAUOIS imiLufa 1fls225E525 Whowill t be I PresidentThis and every man must read to keep posted on politics Th- eCOURIERJOURNAL HeiiryjWntterson Editor Is a Democratic Newspaper butit prints the news as it develops One dollar a year is the price of The Weekly Courier J tl sal F f But you can srJltthat paper and Tho Breathitt County News R Both One Year For I vA 15J 1r 1 J forder to the NewsNOrtonThaC- ourierJournal Daily CourierJournal 600 a Year Sunday CourierJournalya We can give you a combination- cut rate on these if you will write to The News D L ALLENs JEWELER MIN ST UPI 1OSTOFFICE hits for sale a nice lino of VATC II US KMULKM PINS EVE GLASSES S1ECTACLEStand nil kinds REPAIRING A SPECIALTY Prices Reasonable Please tall and examine 51lv A E T UOSG S aBAMVLE ROSE SAMPLE i Attorneys and Councelors at Uaw C AM lOX K1 This firm will practice in alltho courts of Wolfe and adjacent counties Special attention to Corpo ration Law and Real Estate Liti gation Offices Second Floor Farmers Traders Bank In Presidential Year 1908 Those Who Want the TRUTH Should Read CleAn Independent Newspaper THE EVUNIXQ ro x nuiuxa THE YEAR 100- 3x T5v COSTS LESS THAN ONE CENT A DAY 1 I FREEA New Kentucky Governors Wall Atlas From Isaac Shelby to Augustus E Wilson All of Kentuekyi Oovernori The only complete collection now In existence Every true Kentucklin should have a copy In nil home or office mapnof J3500 In addition to thla uptotiomlhut Krntucky mop and picture of all Ken tuckys Governor the complete census of all Kentucky town Is given with pictures of all the 1reildenti of the United State Ruler and KUci of all nation teanuhlp routes atatlitlcal data In addition to the above there are nine maps of equal value Including the Ihlllpplnni Porto Itlco Hawaii Alaska late of the United States Panama Canal Eastern and Western llemls reports of the last three national census and much other historical In lurmatlon Title milqn and valuable Alias I TREY to Alt EVENING rOST 8UT1 BCItllJKltS It not now a subscriber send 1100 for a full years subscription by mall or IJOO for six months subscription Understand that these rates are by mall only and that subscription P or agent 1 10 cents per week 1 The Evening pot Is nrst In everything has the most State news and belt epiarketdally report newspaper tor the home 1TheEvenlnjr Post UOUISVIUUE KY Special Price On Atlas and Evening Post WIik This Papers The News and Post 6 mos aZl year 350 n LJ c g lLlt C 1 ry L The Breathitt News lt + rvYshl PER YEAR IN ADVANCE J WISE HAGINS EDITOR f A H PATTON ATTORNEY AT LAW f OFFIOBIN CRAWFOKP BLDO ft JACKSON KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 14 r ANNOUNCEA1ENTSM I take this means of nnnounc ing myself as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Breathitt County subject to the action o the Democratic party If elected I shall regardless of party athha tions be your most obedient servant AWRED RUSSELL Jetts Creek Bill Bryant of Oukdale wa sent to tho pen for ono year He was accused of robbing a store nea- S Campton Miss Isabel Allen i I conducting awinter school at the tili er church house near here 1seareIen route to BuckhornMr s g Wm Terry of Turkey visited f Mrs Bell Terry SundayEd ward Terry made a trip to Oak 1 dale Saturday Hence Short hat a phone box in his dwelling house Arch Glass of Booneville atten ed the sick child of Jeff Evcrsolo on Cope branch Tho child is very low with fever Samuel Baret t visited tho fair sex on Willow Shoal last week Elisha Johnson Jr moved his old dwelling house Saturday about one hundred IIyardsnow use it for a barn Henry Hutson Johnson and Miss CCli Vires both of Jetts Creek we marriedat tho home of John Lit tie Sunday Paul Woods is building a dwelling house on Bow s 1 man branch near Oakdale Brown Terry has been missed for Vabout two weeks and his friends cant hear of him any where If I k any of tho correspondents of The AMNews havo ccn or heard of hior t1f Jr pltfu uflJ 111 IJAW IU v C Bryant and G B Woods went to Jackson Tuesday on business 4 j Hello Uncle Josh tho lightning rod agent we have not heard from you since you left Jetts Creek We would be pleased to have you visit us again Wrn K Terry V r went to Jackson Saturday on busi t nessPaul Woods has been on the sick list for the past week Wo would like for some one start a winter school at this place A C Crawford of Cope Branch has been on the sick list for the past week BUMIILE nEE Herald Richard Herald made a trip to War Creek Sunday Mrs Wm N Terry of Turkey was titguest of B II Herald one day last week Dan Cundiff ofTar Creek was at Herald on business a few days atoMiss Ada Herald is visiting her sister Mrs days4liichard rjyn a few days for a visit in 1ol countytWOLFE COUNTY Campton t Circuit court ended Saturday at noon having been in session for three full weeks The merchants of Campton have preferred charges against the Mountain Central U r 11 for charging excessive rates on 1 freightIsaac Miller has the i foundation of his new store build t ing on the south corner of Wash ington and Court street about com pleted Elijah Polfrey is doing the work for him Robert Miller pusyh I t ing work on their new stor build t ing on the northwest corner of tf Main and Washington AI Dye of Hazel Green his this contract k and has a Mr Day and Frank Young assisting him in tho job I In circuit court last week the suit of Mary E Brown against John Stamper was decided in favor of the plaintiff that of C B FulksrS in S Sbackolford against J M it Brown c in thow favort that of Kitlonhoujjo to Harmon Swango which wag asu 1t c 1 by Klttaahouso to recover from I c t It 1fl o ry c- o Swango the onehalf value improvements at Strange SpringsT resulted in a verdict of G500 for plaintiff the taco of Harmon Swango ngainst J S Rittcnhouse a suit for 5000 damages for interference with Swangos rights in the springs resulted in a hung jury Steve Tutt Jr and Miss Boulah Connlcton the former the son of S M Putt of this county and the tatter tho daughter of Judge J W Conglpton of Lox ington were married nt Jefferson villa Indon Wednesday of last week They arrived hero ThurS- day evening and will their home in this carroty Their wedding was the conclusion ofn romantic courtship of some six Hendrix has penitettfnary at Frankfort during the pasi- Iii months canto up homo Thurs day to spend a few days with his mother tits Emily Byrd lie left for Frankfort Monday morn ing to take up his duties there willsagain assume charge of the Cen rtrrl Hotel some time next week H B Huast who hoe been proprietor for the past three months will move back to his farm o- nHollyS H Kashof Hazel Green was in town on business Monday OWSLEY COUNTY Booneville vSnow filoppy mud rain and still it continues to ruin with a good tide in tho river and thousands of logs and ties floating HenndHolcomb who has just recently returned from his second enlistment in the army with his second honorable discharge is now lying very low with pneumonia foyer R W Becknell has sold his interest in the firm of Becknell Wilder and the firm of Wilder Co will continue the business at jjolocation at this place to erect a college building and dormitory i the near future The K P Lumber Co of Lo Rose is temper arils suspending general work until March 1st in order to male repairs to their large mill machin cry etc Many laborers are now isocnrto lobby through bill before tho legislature establishing the Wheeler lino at the foot of the mountains to separate the mount aids of Kentucky from Ir Wheel ers section of tho State that DOW abounds with night riders to bacco barn burners tobacco plant bed scrapers and salters yto0 mountain people now ns the mountain people Hero to Mrt Wheeler when he made his amen speecha few years ago and drew thc line at the foot of tho mount ains The people of the mountainous section of Kentucky are now willing that the lino be drawn by Charles K Wheeler at the foot he mountains In his his speech against tho mountain people corn Q years ago he said Wo were not of his people we did not act as they acted wo did not talk as the y talked wo did not think as the thought and in fact he said who tlto10 go T ime has proven that ho was cor rect for his people for no other cause than that they cannot agr as to the manner of raising an and handling in market their tobacco crops have resorted to barn burning and the destruction of property warehouses etc scraping salting and destroying tobacco plant beds taking men and inoffensive women from their homes in the night time and tie ing them to trees and whipping them ns long as they have life i them threatening and terrorizin g the good citizens throughout the dark tobacco district which croYe a great portiou of central an western Kentucky Yes we now are willing that this House of Ile rescntatives may establish Mr Wheelers lino for our good mountain people do not sanction such conduct and if Joe C S Blackburn still persists in placing his stick of dynamite under any portion of Kentucky to blow it into hades let him place it under Mr Wheelers side of tho State TALLER BRITCHES StIIngkeonlooking after his real estate inter in this county o z T HE CENTRAL POINT Local Option Measure tho Pivot on Which All Other Legis lotion Depends IN A STRUGGLE TO THE DEATH The Senatorial Contest and the Liquor Bill Cannot Abide Together In the Hall of Legislation and One Must iSuccumb to the Other TIs Said In Informed Circles Frankfort Ky Feb I1To nn unbiased spectator lt looks very much like the senatorial race and tho county unit local option bill havo coma to gather In a slrugglq to the death In other words If tho bill passes the thetif the bill Is defeated It may mean that someone will bo elected senator Everything Is now being made sub servient to the local optlnj measure It la tho nun around which all theI L f y J WILLIAM O DRADLEY smaller planets mre revolving IVt out discussing tho political featured a the situation there la no harm In telling the plain facts an to how the matter stands The teat votes taken In the house show that a large major- Ity of the Democrats are for tho bl and a large majority of the Kcpubll cau are against It It Is freely asserted that Governor DeckhamB friends are working hard to have the brit pass and that Governor Dradlcys friends re working lust 1s hard to defeat ItI is praotlcally conceded that a United t tates senator will not be elected q the county unit bill Is disposed nono way or the other for the rases that the few Jeglslntom that nro wll ing to sacrifice everything to help whIsky internals will not change the votes in the senatorial race until the fate oC the county unit measure Is set tied It Is believed hero that If the senatorial race was out of the thltt legislature would pass a m rrfftbPWvotouy the peoplo on an amend jnent tbo constitution so that a vote on state prohibition might be bad preHy11shlande Senator Newman of Woodford county says that much dishonesty has grown up In the matter of giving short weights In packages or sacks of flour and meal He Introduced a bill In tho senate some days ago to prevent this fraudulent practice and the senate passed It almost unanimously Tho Mil prpyldes that package or suck of flour or meal ehaj havo the correct weight of the package or sack printed on It In letters and figures andsa provisions of the law It was stated In the debate on tho bill that In many Instances a sack of sour or meal purporting to contain twentyfour poun really contained but nineteen yet purchaser paid for twentyfour pounds troho es will be Interested In this bill and thank the senator from Woodford for protecting them In this matter It Is tho general belief that too few legal hangings have been had In Ken lucky In the past twenty years but legaansr be another legal hanging In the state In other words hanging Is to be abol ished and all criminals condemned to death will hereafter be electrocuted as tfiey arein New York and other states eeThe bill which was introduced by provldd33 shall be electrocuted In the penlten tlary at Frankfort and does away with public executions only a limited number of persons being permitted to witness the electrocution This bill has already passed the senate and will likely pass the house without much opposition The same old bill to PrahSblt t playing of baseball on Sunday has andnsame bill has been Introduced at every session tor many yearpbut has al ways met with defeat Tho house com hasdamendment which ej mpts cities tourpamendment was agreed to on t ground that cities of the class named can furnloh ample police protection at anydisorderA fight is to be made to have tho express companies telegraph and tele phono companies under tho control ofof putthemcompanies as far as regulating rat is concerned A bill of a similar ch a sersomo re it was smothered although Its author Senator George mado a d- eEr to fforj tl1 8Qt it Y tcd onJ Thft has been inu lv complaint ns to tHe high find arb rary rates char 6d by Wpross croup nlea for years add according tot general expression of opinion Stho tatcs arc getting higher and the commuted less considerate of the rightS every year OfrOllubllc Tho legislature to secure moray with which to build first class pu Klc roads In every coun ty Is rnakln good progress as tho BosworthW tt bill has already pass cd tho senat This bill provides for taking a vo of tho people on tho question of Bending tho constitutionbeso that slat aid may be counties for and purposes and further provide that any county may take a vote of the p ople as to levying a ape clal road ta which shall not In any instance oxc d C per cent of tho tax able value t all the property In the county TI j mountain counties are especially in created In this proposl Clod and If t yen tho opportunity will vote almost wildly for such an amend ment to the onstltutlon Some of the senators wfre afraid the counties might vote t o large a debt on them selves and t en have to repudiate It as has been done as to tho rajtroad luycgrsfor the bill while only eight voted against Iti r Tho few counties In the state thn hAve good road and have had thorn for many years do not appreciate o understand tho difficulties encountered In traveling over counties that have nglting but mud roads but public scntlrcont It lrquaotlfur this queatlpti HIM It Is almost a certainty tbaUhe UcrfworthWyntt Wit will pass sad that the proposed amendment to tho tenant Ion will bR voted by tho people at the notx electionLI There 8cims til be W end to the- quw blllJl Iikvoduced and strange to say the bes and most Important bills worn to be omlug In late During the past week the followIng Important ones have l en Introduced An act i ovldlng for tho security oreatlng h bank1 depoitoifs indemnity fund and- rovidingp therefortAct providing for a two ant per mllu lahAct appropriating 100000 fur the erection of building on the slate fair grounds Act to prohibit KbettingIIraces on anj racetrack to this state f an act to repent the law creating the state racing commissions to abolish the present board of prison commissioners and creatrng a new board of four member to be ap pointed by the governor twq members from each political party Apt creatlqg a state board of bsa memberso 6n5 1Mt provHlng that governor thQ state boar Irof contrbl shall cohtnln four members Instead of three and two of them shall be iclecUiii by the governor from each political party Tho bill does not propose to disturb tho present members sth loaolr which has two uIo itfripr es bat one moro Itepubllcan shall be appointed on it at once and the board shall hereafter consist of two Republicans an4 two Democrats tot to prohibit the operation of bucket shops and to prevent spec ulotlonMn margins and futures Act providing that where a regal circuit largo cnnnot lit In any cos another regularly elected circuit Judge shall try the case and the judge to try It shall bo selected Tiy the court of np pealsAct providing that Insurance com panics shall ray n tax to the state of ion every I1QQ In premiums leoted In Kentucky The state rno collects 02 on every floo worth of pro mlumt rseeSomebody started a story that th state had been paying out too mac money for tha examination of Insti yeahele senate passed a resolution asking the new Insurance commissioner to report to the senate just how much these ex amlnatlons had cost the state In the past twelve years this period Includ- Ing the past four years when so many Insurance company scandals in New York had to bo Investigated The com mlssloners report showed that for the paidlaspecial ea to amounted to about = 23000 and of thl amount about 18000 had been paid out tn the last four years but the Insurance companies themselves paid this expense and In reality it cost t state nothing The state Insurance bureau has been an adjunct of the state auditors office since Its thmeat nearly forty years ago and t auditor appoints the Insurance commissioner but a bill has been Introduced In this legislature providing thai it shall hereafter be a separate depart ment and that the sonata shall elect the commissioner JOHN H STUART A Rejected Claim heAn Iiisurauw broker got a request n days ago for an Immediate ca upon one of Us wealthy women ens tamers Ive hind a dre she explained a I want you to make my claim atone It Is very Imperative and Is embarrass lag to me until It Is settled You sec my false te + th such a beautiful set thethmytiethe tire And such lovely teeth and Id had them so long they just had beconfo set to ray palate perfectly and were worth tor me twice what they cost so I think you ought to get mo a50 for thorn The claim Is in tho companys llsl not allowed and tbo broker Is u old thlngNow York Sun plowedS flrstrthinkingalecondfarwlr ItL0 1t J 4 SHERIFFS TAX SALE By virtue ofa tax warrant in ofKentuckyfor taxes duo tho year 100iS FightPower the CountJdepueticsMonday Feb 24 1908 tween tho hours of 12 oclock thoCourtJackson Brenthitt county Ivy expose to public sale to the highest bidder the following property or so much thereof ns may be necessary to satisfy the amount ftho plaintiffs debt interest uiffl costs and Sheriffs commissions to wit i be andingtho town of Jackson on the lower beIn Wile It Combs to said com showninand 174 Breathitt County Clerks ofllcc also the engines boilers and machinery in the power house 01 w polesiresQ f Jnchson connected with or be nndlisht rierin vTerms 4 made fo cash in hand t Amount to bo made by tii 7501total tldayt DKKOK Cat v1oaa S BYe SHERIFFS TAX SALE By virtue of n tax warrant in ofKontuckJ 1907cs sued from tho Clerks ofltco of tho Brcnthitt aunt Court now in my hands for collection Ior ono of my deputies iIIon 1908kbetween the hours of 12 oclock m 2 1dexpose to public solo to the high est bidder tho following property blncesnrtho plnintiffa debt interest nnd lQlUV vtntulaafuna tOVlt bcinllintho North Fork of tho Kentucky Orofarm refeom to Gormo r DlcemborlireathlCountycontaining 4071 acres by survey Gear ns o nroperty of II S King Trustcc i warrantTerms handtl satre 1lO total 16734 thlaBKKOK CHAWFOUU Sli C SHERIFFS TAX SALEI infnorcOl1ntforissuedfrom nptwhtin or ono of my deputies will on 190hbetween the hours of 12 oclock tiCourtJackson AJibnblllbl county Ky expose to public sale to the highest bidder tho following property or so much thereof as may bo necessary to satisfy tho amount of atnds towitIA tract of land lying and bet Kentucheat to mouth of Rock Lick branch on said creek on two sycamore trees in the north side of sjiid creek RamelandS Cope and wife to Caroline Ter rill the 14th day of April 1890 md recorded in Deed Book No7 CountClerks y reference for boundary is hereby made levied upon as the ty of Caroline Terrill a defendant said tax warrant Terms Sale will bo made for cash in hand- Amount to be made by this sale totagill 29thdayBBEOK CRAWFOBD S D C I fl u u 1 m f r r rlrf QI u y M1- r I 4I rIm I Ir 0 Im I fit OJII rU iii0 0om 6 O Z 0 1 0 Oo t Z rn m t ti 11 t1c G O Jxyutrj4JrIOQmOA r J fT1 ZO 14m tJr T nC0J L o JZ II ie v t J P a t The Breathitt News r WISE rAG INS EOITOJ CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAR PuIillHliuil livery Friday i C H HURST I IDrsician Surgeon in the Post Office lOfficea UullUlnff Jackson Phone 58M I giliMiiiiiimiiiiiimitutiiiimiiiiiiiTiiiin MABT1X T KKliTYl grOKI i on IN iiuusr mG I ETAOItSON ICY MlllllHtMIIIIUIIIIinillllllllllllllllllllMllJ Go to Itobinson fronts for all kinds of groceries 1 McLin and A S Johnson JJin Frankfort on business M IL Courtney of Clay City ass pert on business Tuesday t iibjyKfgo and potatoes nt Hob I c i111 nt Trents nt 2 cents per lb IJlg S Tuulbeu went to i 1 iirsdny on business allIB Abbio Bailey lot Thursday e foIl io buy tier new sprint stbdfanlilinnry Dllliiiti Hadden of Hoards Sta tion was j isitRir his brothers Cliironon nnd Charlie Haddon the first of the week Robinson v trent have opened Up u nuw ftiTOfry Store on Broad A ay in Ilumneri old stand lrorything bru d now Mist Nottte IlmWon who had been visiting her brother CJnronco JAHJ Mr nod Mrs Floyd Day of Winchester were guests of Mrs Days parent Dr awl Mrs1- V Kuh the firtt of the wok Major HB Wight returned 1VednPeday from the uppbr tend of the county where ho had boon in the interest gf Taylor t Qrnto ti A W Collins orTulMki Vn V Is vJrftiiitf Kit brother Ont fl HHji JlftiftftUo having ante dtnlMry work done by Dr Diok ion lre l J B IAhKcnmo In front Kaolt oounty lout week whorOho is ox tourivoly oiiKogad in tho tavo Business nod is spending the week f jvith his family Tho Fiscal court adjourned WttlRBSilny without awarding tho oontrnot for the building of the brklira here and ut lest Creek at y the bids were considered too high C1 Snowdon hag purchased of Bolchar Moore their grocery store in the Hurst building core nor Main and Broadway nnd will continuo the business nt the sane stand Tho store of James largis was opened for business Monday morn ingasuaual under tho direction ofbhr idoand her brother IIlAY l Jmli6 it is understood tftl jtlo oct1to 4 ling9Jl n rs of Ilolknnp was hero Wcdnesuny on business He andfta now yyfpnjit g w yfirlv subscription to Tio Nws IM advance All persons owing tho firm of Belcher Moore will please come forward and settle at once or your accounts will be placed in the l hands of an officer for collection f We havo sold our store and want to close up our outstanding busi ness BHICUHK MOOKK Dr T B Smith of Cynlhiuna way hero Thursday and was very much pleased at tho result of his Syrup of Cobftsh in tho euro of Judge Wantons daughter and Mrs T G Back of consumption Ylu received several orders in ad idltion for other parties lie cured j A S Johnson of kidney trouble withhis nerve tonic four years ago r fI eElvin Xowby a lumberman shot und killed his wife and then committed suicide at Valley YiowI rx K Mrs Nowby had f nil night with n sick child and t Nowby is supposed to have killed 7 hor because breakfast was not ready when ho came home Mrs 1 iy Nowby was about 27 years of ago and was a Miss Bingham of OW8I loy county before liar first marI k tinge a few years ago to Edward Campbell who died JI i 1 A Feat in Local Journalism We believe that we did last week what has never been equaled before in local journalism James HargUwas killed Jast Thursday afternoon after 300 oclock and boforo 400 oclock wo had a good account of tho tragedy printed in our regular edition and on tho strcotfl Time I3reathittNcws gives the news whileJt is flows Fords Mill Burns The mill and elevator in South Jnekson belonging to tho Ohio Valley Tio ColH burned Wed nosday night The ire was dis eoyhedshortly after ten oclock but lied gained such headway that it was impossible to do ire than save the lumber am other adjn cent building Tho oss is heavy and only partially insiircUX U S Court for Jackson Congressman JoanT Lang Ics bill authorizing the holding- of a U S court ut Jackson pissed the house unanimously Monday It will probably pass the Senate in a few days andwill bo signed bythe President and become a law This will bo of great ad Vantage to our town and county and will save tho government a great deal in mileage etc This is ono of Mr Langloys election promises und wo congratulate him on his success Judge Riddell Dead Judge Robert liddcll died nti his home in Irvine Tuesday night after about four weeks illness as u result of a fell on an icy porch He was about 75 years oldand had been three times elected Circuit Judgo and was Circuit Judge uf this district at tho timo of hisI death Ho had nanny friends throughout tho district and had ho he could have been the nomi neo of his party for reelection had he desired it lIe has long been co ntidorodas one of tho ablest jurists in this part of the State The Hargis Funeral Tliu funeral of James Hargis was conducted ut Ute grave yard at the old homestead Saturday byI Rev A C Coolor of1 Mngoflin county assisted by Rdv1 II Hudson of Noble The remains wore convoyed to thao gnivo by wagon to tho depot thence on the L 1C to K L V Junction and thence on Uio narrow gauge road to tlTo grnyo Tlio Ifurial was coiuluotcd by the Unions end JrIO U A Ms in tho presence of a large crowd It seems that ho must have had some sort of a presentiment of immediate denthor while he was in Louisville u few weeks ago ho selected his own coffin and or dared tho company to hold it until orderedandon Thursday evening Mrs Hargis wired tho company to ship tho collin whidh they did Sunday Sermons Bishop L W Burton will hold services at tho Presbyterian church Sunday at 11 a m Everybody is invited to attend Tho minister will preach at tho Christian church next Sunday morning and night at tho usual hours Morning subject Thr- q Greatest Desires of tho Heart EcniuUsubjectliThe Sevcrityof i Jesus Everybody invited ospo cially tho members of tho church Tho minister would bo pleased to seo every member present Killed by 0 K Train Stephen Crawford Jr was run over and killed bnn cast bound 0 K train at Cannel Citv Wed nesday His remains werobroujjht here Thursday und buried in tho Little grave yard Court May Be Delayed Owing to tho death of Judge Riddell circuit court which is scheduled to boin next Monday may bo dulayod M n Judge will have to be nppoiutud to till the vacancy The Governor may however appoint Judo in timo to begin court nt the regular term To Fill Unexpired Term At n meeting of tho Republi cans of Broathitt county hold in the town of Jackson on Wednes itIRepublicans of Breathitt county ask nail petition tho Governor ef Kentucky to appoint J Wise Hagins of Jackson KyM Circuit Judge of this district to fill tho unexpired term of Judge ttobert alllhonorableI pointmcnt THE POLO GAME Witnessed By a Large Crowd at the Rink The Jackson Amusement Co entertained tho patrons of the rink Tuesday night with u polo game between the Beattyvillo and Jackson tennis The gnino which wits witnessed by the largest crowd that over assembled ut this popu her amusement resort was exciting from time start and tho playing of time teams aroused great enthusi asm among the adherents of both teams Time visitors won it by hard playing Score 4 to 0 TUB UNBur Beattyvillo Jackson Honakcr Combs Smith Blanton Pendergrnss Case Howerton Gose tiixemoro Bowling Mr nnd Mrs Frank Ynughnn and Mrs T J Barr of Cannel City were the judges Tao contest between tho best mind most graceful couple was won by Eugene Lyon and Miffs Bertha Mae loskins limo speed race between Arvill Gossof Jackson and Charles 1endergrnss of Bealtyville was won by Jose Pima entertainment was much complimented and it wns a scene that will long bo remembered There were mummy visitors hero for toUit was a lovely success jald very much enjoyed CANNKL CITY VISITORS The O KIIIn n special train from Cannel City arriving hero about 70 and leaving nt 101JO with about fifty passengers nmdng whom were the following p MU AND 31118 B B Waters W K Back Frank VnughunJ- IHSDAMlS J Belcher Wadkins T J Barr Inbornmtdkins Mnttio llnney J ohn SiitradlingMISSIS Emma Mollie and Eflic Kilgore Carrie Vaughan Laura Hollcn Willie Mao Watson Edna Lykins Lillio FaulknerMCSSUS Alex Snow en John Watkins Kirby Lcbron and Gardner Ly kins Hubert Gambill Ed Faulkner Miles Nickcll Henry Davit Henry Lawson Mike Murphy Gustor Jones Kelly Peyton Joe Hcindrich Charley Sherbin Ely Knsh Willie Gillispic Marriage Licenses The following marriage licenses have been issued since our lost re jAGillispic both of Robbins Clay Bryant of Athol and Miss Jennie Turner of Oakdale Hiram Noble and Miss ArminU Napier both of Lost CreekJ Waived Examination Beech IlargK charged with the murder of his father was brought before jVJudgo Taulbeo Monday morning for tho purpose of having nn examining trial On motion of Judge D B Kedwinc his attorney time examination was waiv edand ho was held without bail to answer any indictment that maybe returned against him by the grand jury which meets next Monday k Joseph Gets the Bridge Ashford Joseph was time highest bidder for tho privilege of collect ing lotIon the Jackson bridge for one year from March 1st at time price of 102500 pur year lie executed bond and will take pos sesion on March 1st Notice to Booze Fiends To nil alike This is written in the best of Ifurnor However I want it distinctly understood that i 1 mean every word that I express Thera uro some of tho neighbor boys and friends who have been in the habit of going down the creek and tanking up on booze and then starting for my place to pass thoir dreams and sober up r want to tell them that they are nil welcome when they como to my place sober and like gentlemen and that no ono who is drunk and disorderly has any welcome at my house and among my children Your business is none of mine but it is my business and my duty to protect my homo and my fam and that I intend to do lilY Very truly your friend HENHV Lost B NODLEI Save Your Eyes By having glasses properly fitted Our Opticial Department is at your service Spectacles and Eve Glasses of Guaranteed Quality 150 to 800 HEINTZ JEWELER Opposite Phoenix Hotel Lexington Ky i I Farmers in the Southwest are getting rich on the increasing value of their farms Not so very many years ago Illinois and Iowa land sold for ten priceLook I better than it was then What caused the price to go up People nothing but people and lots of them History will repeat itself in the Southwestonly it will not take so long The Southwest is Rrowing very fast j much faster than any other section of the United t States The land in the Southwest is just as Rood as Illinois Iowa or Nebraska land But there is more land than there arc people thats the only reason its so cheap How long do you think it will take the Southwest to get as many people to the farm acre as Illinois or Iowa have Just about five yearsten at the very outside Vhnihat time comet you will have to pay just as much for land in- S the Southwest as you would pay in Illinois or Ipwa Vhy not buy your farm in the Southwest nowwhen you can get it cheap cheap enough for you to get a big one A few years hcnccypu will be looked upon just as the man who owns 640 acres in Illfnoi 7s looked upon todayas a substantial welltodo leading member of your community The low rato cxeuniont rU theRock IthndFrltco Une the not and third Tueadar of eachmonth offer you an opportunity to tee the Soulhwut at Terr little cod dolichlluweatherIet me Bend you tome Interesting literature about the Southwest to KaueaeArkeneandOklapoma oftheseonlylntereetedlnfreerygnenWrite MgrRockChicago Eastern Illinoit R R Chieagoor The Death Roll Mrs Nancy Cnuilill wifo of John Clu ill died at her homo at Lykins February 4thof con sumption She formerly lived in county andd wop a sisterin w of James Caudill of Stcvon sonIt has pleased the Groat Head of tho church to all from our midst our beloved b other towit Alex Carpenter wh died on February 9th 100S at I is homo near Taulbec Ilo leave u wife nnd two children lIe v as a Rood cit izen and will be bait y missed by all who know him He had been a consistent mcmbe of tho Hap tist church for mar years and died in tho full tri raphs of the faith When the ti io drew near that ho saw ho had 3 depart this life ho said I nm ow ready to leave this tnbernacl of clay and fly home ton buildup of God not made with hands etc ml in heaven where I can walk u on a sea of glass all mingled Atith love and shout Gods praises orovermoro Farewell SIL TAUUJBE W II Bays and L M Bays of Bays were her on business Tuesday I Seventyfive bushs of assorted corn for sale Ainrcsss J D Moore Jackson Kv if FOR sItE House and lot O Elm street known as the John D Strong house at a barIJnOnehnlf cash balance in t eke months For further particujrs call nt Tho News oflice FOR R T I will rent to th highest and best bidder on Satumy February 11908 time Wm May farm near tho mouth of jVblfo creek There are about 25 res of level land for corn 10 n es in grass 30 acres of hill lan good orch ard and good dweland out Novomberlst curitv Call on or rite II 0 MlY Admr 9tf Hush flnacb Ky KNOX COUNTY DeWitt John Lester made a business trip to Barboursvillo last Monday Carla Horn who has been at tending school at Burboursville visited hs parents at home Satur day and SundayJohn Gregory I is clearing ground for his father K Gregory Walter Gregory made n business trip to Bellcoun ty Monday SHERIFFS TAX SALE By virtue ofa tax warrant in favor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky and Brcathitt county for taxes duo for the year 1907 vs Fannie Cockrill which issued from tho Clerks ollico of the Breathitt County Court now in my hands for collection I or one of my epul c1willon Monday Feb 24 1908 between the hours of 12 oclock m and 2 oclock pm at the Court House door in tho town of Jackson Brcathitt County ten tuck expose to public sale to the highest bidder the following property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of the plaintiffs debt in torcst and costs and Sheriffs com towitI lying and be ing in Bjcathitt County Ken tuck on the North Fork of time Kentucky river and adjoining time landof Squire Garnbill and being the same land laid off to Fannie Cockrill out of her fathers estate tho estate ot Thomas Sewell des ceased in the division of said es tate and for more particular do scription of Said parcel of land reference is hereby made to a deed for same from Watts Parker Mas ter Commissioner of tho Fayctto Circuit Court to Fannie Cockrill nnd others of date Jd day of July1886 recorded in Deed Book No4 pages 435 to 4C5 inclusive Breathitt County Clerks oflico being the land nt the place named as deeded to Fannie Cockrill in said docd levied upon as the prop erty of Fnnnio Cockrill n defend ant in said tax warrant Terms Sale will bo made for cash in hand- Amount to be made by this sale 546 advertising 8800 total 1340 29thdayBRKCK CIUWIOBD SIP C 41 1 DEPOSITED HERE i weekly for five rears with interest at 3 per cent compounded scmlannually added do you know what it Would Amount To Jr tit your name you would hero just III1dP S582OOalr and theres many a young man and woman in Jackson working r- on a salary who could easily deposit 2 weekly s YOU ONE OF THEM I IJAOKSON DEPOSIT BANK J t f ITACKSON KENTUCKY I oaa oaaa ta a ae lit o s It m III 1XED W L I 4iiif Jf PAINIS11i i I Just rcceiycdIt full line I wtww J j f Ii J iJi = 10I t e I tvill cover more space last V I if longer and look better than t Callit iI ifand see color cards and ggt u t = It ii u t1 I llce6fzz 4fI te t iii W 1il Jackson Drug Co i t W j lit i ite Ti m Ise tI i You Will Get All Thats mjComing to You i THERE IS NO FAKERY r 0 rFIn our method of business for every dollar YI you pay us you got one hundred coats value in return V aS1Ua Believe in Square Treatment Your moneys worth all the time We might LvWi oods- F tIflJ thougi areg itI IFyou can seo r surest way 0f 0t b Ii rawbrdCot-r = JACKSON KENTUCKY yyeSMONUMENTS Headstones and Markers tMy line ofj designs are r thejatest and I can also prepare special ideas pre customersIfline call and see me or drop me a postal card 11 I erect work anywhere Prjces reasonable R M SHELl Jjl d T Shop Located Near tho Bridge Jtltckaot t r 9- f i Y + 7 i itiatl If f Jnder the Third Degree p t i r l How Mental Suasion Forced a Prisoner In the Tombs to Confess That He Had Strangled His Young Wife Out of Pure Wantonness I t Ghastly queer and far beyond the many strange experiences that strike deeply Into n newspnpcr reporters memory Is that which cnmo to me lu the Tombs ou Christinas eve says Charles Soinervlllo in the New York Journal r GIuscppl Capuzzo or Charley Davis Lad been facing trial tor the mur + der of his wife Carl Fischer Han ion the young society man and r1 lawyer had himself assigned to de v fond the man nod undertook to beat lMit oil expenses that might come of seeing that the wretched than got n Just trial v When court adjourned on the mote log before Christmas It was apparent f that the state Lad fastened guilt on Davis and that only one result could ft bo looked forn verdict sending the man to death in the electric chair I believe the man is possessed of insane impulses to kill women said tile lawyer to me although up to this time ho has steadfastly denied his guilt Ho says he la the wrong mon IIFRIlj I s that he never knew this woman in his life But the evidence furnished byy 4 the state shows only too plainly his Iir iCUllt He will bo sent to his dea h unless he tells me the truth about him I t self I am going now to tell him so TGoap s g serge bodylrJ + 4 coarso black hair was awry over his w low receding forehead Ills little dark eyes looked with troubled inquiry It was a monkey face The eyes were i closely set and the bridge of tho little sharp nose was sunken between them Had the taco widened into heavy Jaws with a sparse black mustache falling to hide a lowering thick Upped mouth You must tell mo tho truth You cannot hide anything any more I must know the truth said the lawyer Cn J pnzzo you know that you killed that woman scowledkI did not I am not the man I never knew her You have sat in court You have seen them put in evidence the pawn tickets tar dress suit cases that heldI her clothes for rings that belonged to i her And those pawn tickets were in your iwckets They Ho about thoso things being her things Thoso womans clothes 1 found ono day I found them in n bun JohnsP4 Mnll tho pawn tickets tor the rlussr fiSEl found thom too I found them at t Thirtieth street and Seventh avenue Si 3low wouldnt it make a Getter xstory to say that some friend gave you tl i tlfe tickets some friend that hoe gone to Europe Wouldnt that make a bet ter story i Tim man saw the trap IIo grinned 1 s No I better toll the truth If I say J shout tbo man they ask me his name they ask mo lots of things I better say the truth I found them tdlingi1 in West Twentysecond street where the womans dead body van found de nying with glaring eyes that the neck tie that was found bound around her + nock had stet been his property Capuzzo Bdld I awyer Uansen t you say you found thoso pawn tick fj ets In Seventh avenue In n crowded I streetsX r yYes The man was now nt the endr of explanations Ho was looking at the lawyer eagerly and tould read no roes sago of encouragement in his eyes r Those tickets nro not soiled They ore clean They would horn been file y t ty if they were lying in the street Capuzzo waved his hands and of 1 fered no explanation a omnnrtyou you years ago nod have kept seer uluee do you know that the tags ou thoso f Mr Chellus sternly 1vo como for an explanation Miss GIdday About what Mr Chellus I wont to know what you mesa by being engaged to Joel Cayman and to mo at one and tbo i timerDo you know who that old gentle i man li talking to our hostess asked Mrs Blunderer of the lady sitting be side her That aniwercd tho lady coldly Is my son Ob gasped 41 Mrs Blunderer in confusion hes a x food deal older than you arc is bo I MtrLlpplncotts JIagatlnt w- l rrs- i f ky + Qr r wr clothes show they were only made a year ogol This was not n feet as for as the lawyer know but Cnpuzzo swallowed hard The shrug of his shoulders then was half an admlssloriof guilt A wtunan heard you In that room when you murdered Sophie JCochrer Sill hears you go out She went to the window Sho saw that It was you who left the Louse Capuzros delicate hands were flurry ing at his disordered halr Suddenly he said They going to kill me Yes I get killed Unless you tell me the truthall tup truth I thluk myself you do not de servo death I think you have some thing wrong in lout head Perhaps I can tell the Judge so and perhaps he will let you go to prison fur life In stead of IIArJng rOil killed in the big choir r liter that was a silence of from three to five minutes a silence so in tolerably tense that I got up and walked over tp the barred window My bark was toward tbo stranplcr but 1 could Lour him Grthtlhe Asl turned I saw that lila fuce hail nushoi3bld- eyes hal become bloodshot He rosIswallowing herd His white hands were clinched together till the kuuckJea of his lingers crackled When oua thought of the ghastly employment of those hands the crackling knuckles became n horrible thing to hear Well I did it I Wiled her HowV And then cows the confession All resemblance to a reasonable human Using wont out of Capuzzos face as he talked He smiled continuously frightful smile Once Hanson said For Gods sake man stop grinning How can you grin like that But tho lunatics leer remained lie described the choking of tho women He offered with his murderous hands to illustrate on the throat of his law yer At the touch of the lithe fingers ihe square shouldered attorney drew back In repulsion Capuzzos grin broadenedHow did you keep your fingers there Ten minutes Good God said his confessor Well maybe only five said Ca puzzo couclllatlugly Gut still with that insane smile ou his heavy lips Why did you kill herr I did not think to kilt her I just choked her holed her=choked beri Then I did not hear her breathing Silo did mo a wrong Itut when ho was asked to tell what the wrong was a few simple ques flans proved that ho lied and thatrrcil ly no reason whatever existed for LIs crime As n matter of fact you liked to kill women you toted to do ih ftakl the lawyer And Capuzzo tile blood receding under tltfi thin effeminate skin of his taco until it was qulto white smiled slowly and sold Yes With slender sort fingers he tapped gently on the table He told of waking from his sound slumber to see a white patch of light uhlulug on tbo womans throat and of tho tigerish crfor his brain that drove him to fasten his talons in tho wom ans flesh And when It was ollovcr he looked at the horror In our feces and it made him snicker You are a damned =lunatic1 said thelawycr brokenly Finally ho said Hero take this cigar Go back to your cell Try and sleep Ill do tho flHst I cnn to save your life Its my duty The strangler accepted the cigar wlfh a Low He niado another bow In ac knowledgment of the match d gave him He lighted the cigar He looked at us Aud ho threw back his Ifoad and laughed Bumliiy tirhualIctcGerTounti fire IORCOU raps It In more blessed to give than to recilyo Can you give me un saitn le lu which that la true Tommy TuekurYviimk its when maws away tram home and stcail of wrltln to paw rhc sends him pictur- ecardsChhugorrlbune A curious Incident happened during a stag huut on Exmuor England Aft er a fine gallop the stag was takon and lu his struggles ho upset several beehives Hounds Had field were rout od and It was somo tlmo before the tings body could be recovered by moo tnatlied la mualla r- r JAPANS NEW YEARS CAKE LatU a Year and Suppoiod to Bring Good Luck Important in the celebration of Now Years lu Japan Is tlto making of tho New Years cake which ovary family must have if good luck is to follow t during the coming year ItI This rake is niado of a peculiar i riety oJ rice boiled and pounded in a greet wooden mortar until it is of the consistency of dough Although tho pure white dough is often colored yel low or pink tho shape of the coke Is always the same jhat of the sacred mirror one of the three sacred sym bols pf the Shinto faith A piece of this cake writes Clara W Kajl In Ieslle8 Weekly Is offered to the Shin to deities because It Is of tho shape of the sacrcd mirror which wooed the sun i goddess to Como out of tile cave whero she had hidden icrself lu wrath and j thus saved tho loud from total 1Rrll- ness Each member of tho family takes n hand in tho manufacture of the New Years cako Even the baby lIs settled out and bis baby hand culd in lifting the lipnvr wooden mullet for n good luck blow I Enough Is niado to last nearly the whole year through and It occupies an important place lu the dally menu FOR SMART DRESSERS An Economical flown of Ughlyvolght Broadcloth Adcslgn for a simple and graceful gu I in l o KQWU Is shown hero that may be enslly Hovoloped Bovcn yards of lightweight broadcloth either pale blue or rusot Grown should make the fUlrt and vjilst cnipleceracnts The blouse has fulled side bodUte of the material under these pieces The fichu I IM Limit BLUR CLOTH like trouts are finished with largo got buttons at the top of a high girdle Touches of gold braid uiako a decora fire finish Tho gulmpe Is of ecru colored valcnclennes The estimated wet- fs Seven yards broadcloth tl yard tf04 Four yards valonclonnci tarn COO lirald and buttons 100 Total nz00 The Universal Mother A woman who looked as if she had a commuters ticket in her hand Lag kept ft long lino of customers waiting in uu uptown bank one snowy morn lug recently She was writing something and was In no hurry She was not Due of the fashionable no hips creatures Gut Was of such generous proportions that she could not be cir cumnavigated There was nothing to do but wait and wonder what her business was Tho cashier himself was in doubt but walled politely to SlOItriumphantly to the cashier after put ting her pencil in her mouth for the fiftieth time them is a proscription that has been In Out tomtit for fifty years It will knock that cold of yours endwise Hustle right out dud got li filled and bo sure and soak your fuel in hot mustard water tonight Doui lot hoar cold run on Th similes that went round were kindly Dace It seethed so good to meet a universal mother ready to coddle any htTman being she thought needed kex ministrations Your HabItual Expreition What Und of an expression do you wear habitually i Is it sour morose repellent Do people look happier when you ap proach them or do thoy shrink from yowl It miikcs all the difference in the world with your prospects for succesF in either society or busluuas what sort of an expression you wear Thd candldato for success should learn the power of a smile not only because it wins friends but because its power over ones life is immeasurable The effort fo bo Siways kind consid orate and gentle no matter what may be rankllug in tile heart has n guest Influence In trausformlug life No Not Forgotten lothrmleI hope you didnt for JUt to say Thank you at the iarty Willie No r remembered nil right out I didnt do it sense noiio ot tho ce create wad chocolate The Perfect Man Lon Rosebory speaking at Edin burgh sold that tho United States was trying an amalgamation of all tbo races of tho world Would tho result be he asked tho production of the per feet man of tho future or would the result boa perfcct new type hitherto un known to anthropologists That would be a subject for study and interest to the older tacos of the globe The vnluo of silence is demonstrated by the tact that tbo man who says nothing doesnt havo to take It back VbUdelpbla Record r ORCHAD ANDy GAKbOI B- YFETRIGG REGISTER WMIftlttll II CORRESPONDENT SOLICITED J I J Now and then n ration of cboppcdo noiis should Lx tell lu the warm mss which hi given to the flock of hens in tho mornlug ir Only those are essentially menial who nro degraded In their own eye a by doing work that is generally re garded as mculal That tether has discerned much of tho philosophy of tile proper raising of his boys whofloes not think It ilL neath his dignity to slide down All with them Where tuberculosis is found In well developed stages In n drove of hogs It is quite likely to hc foinid also lu lh cattle which they follow provided the they run In the same yards With the Asiatic breeds the March hatched chickens ore the ones that woke the fell layers while with the smaller types the chicks root bo batch ed out in April or even bs late us May Wp hero never eon qnp nba to understand tho economic philosophy of the good women whq will spend mi Uaur darning up holes lit ono old sock that con bp bought nt two for n qimr ter Tho utility of the dotty cow is quite usually lu nu Inverse rhtlo to her gen eral loots and appearance The skin quitIiilplDaft A pedigree should be accepted ne hardly ntoro than presumptive eel dence that n slro lr good A knnvvl ledge of his progeny is required io glee him unquestioned standing as n breed big animal f As n ells tho countryman is more rnmintitotakes a fides Into tho country Fail ure to do so on tho part of either Is bod horse mnnagomcat In ventilating the taro or henhouse It is well to remember that Impure air la always the heavier and will bo toyed fit ar npur the floor Ou this account the vetiUlatqr spoil should ex tend to wlthlll a foot of the floor JjiratCiatfltitles artificial Ire nro 6stdlu u Any of the cities of tlie Coun try and Its manufacture is somewhat Jnterpstlntf plrgt flip WAter to lw studs Into ire is QUell god allowed tu Bottle distilled and Galled again and run through filters It any waders of these notes are lu dpubt about tho wisdom of purchasing stock foods of Or t Grand pret ty reliable1 information on tho subject can be secured at little or no cost by making Inqulr of the specialists In charge of this lino of Investigation at their experiment station The Irrljatcd neon now undo culti vation In this country Is 11000000 acres while the crops grown thereon during thq year 1007 were worth not less tuna 173000000 Next year if prices rc clved for products remnlu the same It is estimated that the prod acts of too Irrigated area of tho coun try will bo worth 250000000 The m lol bopic maker should be ablo to cqik wclh sew as wash as may necessiry and bo Intelligent enough IIJo be thti companion and adviser of her hnitbnd If in addition to these requirements sho can plop the piano do fancy vork or paint why so much the lxtlej If on the other hand she Is proflclint In these last and cant mnko n jjxxl lout of bread or cook a piece of dent she is very poorly equip tied for her homo duties Hens jut not tho soiree may bo profitably allowed tho run of tho or chard Ixpcrlmcnta conducted loaf year in tIe experiment station of Cor nell nulrae1ty New York seemed to demonstnto qqlto conclusively that hens allowed the run of the orchard wore woth more In tho killing of In Jurlous kwoctB than all tho spraying solutions hat were npplled This teems topvo emphasis to a claim that U coquet ly made to tbo effect that there Is tu moro appropriate combina lion tliaq the orchard and poultry unatncsa Iowa re weed the country over as- a premier grlculturnl state hRs bro ujnnllre rds the past year In the matter of ic combined valuo of her agriculture and live stock production the grand total aggregating n trill jver 1 XC 00000 Technically Iowa b not know as a gold producing store ret tho va 0 Of tho products directly traceable the stirring of her soil amounts t more than the value of tho output f all tho gold mines on the American ntlnont There are a auto her of ijta that are Gut n short fits tans bchl 1 Iowa lu the measure of jrodlt whl i they merit for adding to the cnorm s wealth of tho country EXP SIVE AFFLUENCE Wo can loser help feeling a pro found syi athy for that family of children id there are altogether too many of cm who at the expense of education nd cultivating and relining Influences re put lu a treadmill of tollI in early nrll and kept there simply to gratlfj he ambition of wholly self ish or Bh tslghtedly unselfish parouts to secant itciblg wad of mousy in the latter aso perhaps there way be a purposo tenanl the labor of these h a good eiupt money I or a tapapWce when the oiafoim 11M A1t OYQQ t4S eL tlhe CJlo tt t- S =I cunwfances nfllueiice and a fat bank account would seem to be purchased nt too great n price We have known instances whore children reared under these circumstance were barely ablo I to write let alone spell their own names when signed to checks on their bank nccoiintB and who touching nil of the bettor and nobler iiNpects of living were utter strangers and nllJll rill liS j1CutlICCllu8eto appreciate the Injustice that has been done them It la in nil too unary dltllcnltyIaentitled to tho privileges of at least an elementary education nnd those broad ening Influences that usually nl OIl Paul It Such an endowment giving him an Interest return of Intelligence and usefulness ns u factor in society will bo moro highly prized than bush beta of money cursed with a glided Ig nornuce WILL PAY TO TAKE CAnE OF IT A buyer of fruit fur li leading Chi sego commission house stated to the writer In n recent conversation that in his opinion It would pay the owner of every thrifty and promising apple or chard to take thu best possible care of It as lu all too many rotes orchards neglectedIUCflr future they cannot be counted ou to furnish n very considerable portion of the applo supply of the country Coupled with this fact should also be facttborne consumption end for export pur poses Is constantly lumnslpg The taro given the orchard should Include not only a systematic rind enrefit spraying with n view to securing th most perfect troll Gut that pruning adapted to conditions which flay exist which will keen the trpefif tho thrift foist end l cst Cdndltlon forbenrlng lf the orchard U worth taking cure of nt nth It should be given tlio IK t care 1lrolniIlly cut tho lives down and devote thu lend to the culture of sumo other crop N A COLD STORAGE PLANT The unusually high prices which Jmve prevailed fur apples tho past tore months have BUggested to many nn orchardlxt the question of erecting a private cold storage plant To sucli I tho experiment of n New York orchard I tat along thU lino will be of Interest illla cold Btorago pleat was erected lu 1003 nt n cost of n trlflo over 2000 and hUll a capacity of 700 barrels In the storage room pro cr while an In sulated or frost proof room above the cold storage roqni acconiniodatp 100 barrels Front apples stored In tho roar 1001 bo realized profits of 500 nbovo what ho woufil had ho been com pelled to self when tilt fruit was pick ed In 1003 Ylth the pleat only part full he made similar profits of 51040- tshllo In 1100 he realized between 2 WO nod 3000 on pears nod aIJIII Which he held In storage It lx doubt IFs jruo that tlio panto coM utornso plant would slat from SO to ao lxr cent i more tu build today but this would not make tbo erection of It Impractical n iiftlchltnrhond la which nufUcleut IIII pies were grown to Oil IL sr ihlH IH Worth Mending Len F Zcllnnkl of 0 Olbinn St nuffalo N Y si I cured the most annujhig cold ore 1 ever had with HucUlen Arnlcn84lve Inpplleil thU sales onpe n day tor two deer when story trace of the sore was Roiitt + Heals all wise Bold under suircntee at Jucltton Drug store t5o NEEDS REENFORCINO Tho chief defect with lmmatur com j that is light in weight nod loose otj tho cop the condition of much that ha been grown In northern portions of tG corn belt season this year Is that It Is almost entirely larking In protein as well ns fat forming elements The lorI got per tent of the protein lu a kernel uf corn Is stored In the germ end of tho I kernel and In such loose light corn lG portion of the kernel seems to be tho last to fill For the reasons men Honed It such corn has to bo fed It should bo reenforced with other feeds which will furnish this protein element luch as oil and cottonseed meal bran oats or clover hay Fed by Itself tGl chaffy corn Is n pretty slim diet un hardly recompenses an animal for the tnergy expended In masticating nud llgcstlng It Mcrtlcluo That Irt Medicine I I have suffered a ood deal with rnaltra and stomach complaints Gu- I t havo now faupila remedy that keep me well and that rein ell y Is Electric IJitter A medicine that U medicine fur stntnoch and liver troubles and fur run down conditions tape W 0 Kleetler of Hall hltt Y Ark Electric Hitters purify and enrich the blood tone up the nerves and Import vigor and energy to the weak Your money will be refunded If It tallt to help you 60o nt Jackson Drug store J Talbot county Md claims the Ills tinction of hoeing n longer court line titan any other county In the world with the exception of ono In Scotland To cnlculato the rate of flow of nn artesian well a simple plan Is to lower a bottle of aniline fluid to n depth of say COO tent and then electrically ox plods a cap to burst the bottle The time required for the fluid to appear at the surface gives an accurate Guugu nil to the velocity of flow Marked for Dentil Three years ago I was marked or death A graveyard ough was teRrI Inn iny lungs to pieces Doctors foiled to help me and hope hid fled whim my husband got Dr Kings Now DIs covery sups Mrs A 0 Yllllnms of Sro Ky The lirsi dust helped nip Improvement kept on until I had gained 68 pounds in weight and my health was fully restored This mod icing holds the worlds heeling record for coughs and colds and lung end 8 throat dlieaiei It prevents peso 4 wools Sold under guarantee at tho Jaekion Drug itore 60o andl 00 Trial bottle free 1A q 4 FLORIDA AND NEW ORLEANS lijUEEN 6 CREStCENT ROUTE I I IImtcrIIforA Dan eroiiB Oiomtlon Is the removal of the appendix by n surgeon No one who takes Dr Klne l New Life Mill It ever itibJecUd to title frlfihtful ordeal They trunkx quietly jou dont feel them Tdey cure conillpatlon headache bPlmiii naafi and malaria l5rt nt Jncknnn Drug tore Ilillckcr3ly son this hurts mo more than ypu Johnny AVell pa why dont you take chloroform before you ooglnlNew York Sun I UE RAILWAY VIXTEU mall TAHLK EFFECTIVE NOV 181000 NO 1 NO 3 WESP BOUND Daily Daily Ex Sun AM rn Lv Jackson 0 10 2 90 O h K Junction 0 IB 2 i- ElUatawa 5 6 20 2 30 Athol 614 ilTallcirn tJ 19 3 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Itswl 28 Hose Fork E 00 1 32 Hampton 8 24 1 41 li1VFrozen 8 66 201 9ArJucL c9Cannellavcs Jackson at 4 00 IIm M L CONLEY Gon111Jr Mountain Central i Arriveti145 p m Campton C 00 p m II Arrive yDopnrt00 a m n 1JOli u m II pmMakeE passenger trains W tr tW Y WITHOUT CHANGE GET RICH QUICK e Schemes of this class have again come to grief along with the gullible investors causing serious loss to innocent business concerns as is always the case of panics in Wall St White this last lesson is yet fresh in mind it Is an opportune moment to consider causes and menus to avoid like trouble in the future Direct your attention to that greatest of nil Newspapers the Cin cinnati Hnquirer From its columns one can readily detect the trend of currency its lodging places by whom handled uses mode of it and final results Again you read quotations of Bonds Stocks soft Securities of every nature fixing Status of ell business front the retailer to United States Government Also Current Ncws facts and re liable data covering theentire world ill sufficiently explicit to enable hinking people to avoid songs nnd follow the channel of success Its extra size and high price is the secret of its ability to discover ibtain print and serve its patrons vith all the news and cater to wants tf people in every calling of life The Weekly Enquirer for the ear 1nOS has greatly jncrcasc its Clubbing offers which non include he most select and popular pub ications of the day nt prices slightly sect half the regular Subscription rates Do not overlook the tact that the year 1008 promises to excel m pros perity any of the past and that the Enquirer printed nt Cincinnati Ohio is one of the most reliable laurccs of information YOUR PRINTING X 5It should bo a fit roprusontativ of your business which means the high grade artistic kind ThatsItho kind wo do CARDS ENVELOPES LETTER l1EADS- STATEMENTS BILL HEADS ETC Anything and everything in the way of high grndo commercial printing Theres onlyono kind of paper we do not handle thats tho good enough It isnt rat isfactory to tho printer or tho con goodfarTHE NEWS Believes in deali f in the host sad always hoe bohiyed in it Call at our ollico and look ovor our samples of letter heRds un VelopOe business stationery vrtd ding invitations and ladies calling cards Youll bt pleased with thu work rind prices will suit THE NEWS Main St Over Postoff ice W H Hendersonf Ayres Street Onp Pon Offlae LEXINGTON KY DIALER IN Grain Seeds Feedt CornOoyerBlue Oral Orchard Gen fl P n Arian Hay + Straw Hill Feed IiKI L AMd THE CURE IWITH COUCH THE LUNGS Dr Kings IcNew Discover IjVOLDiS y60a ITelel Setae free cltANAL TIHFiAT AND LUNG TROUBLES i SAT1SFAOTOJiOR tttral rf