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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 3- t po 11 I Best Advertising Medium I f I IN REATHI2 AND ADJOININO COUNTIES Y81AIIta DKVOTKD TO THE IMTEKESTS OK EASTERN KKNTUOKV ONE DOLLAR PER YEAH IM I J 1Volume VII Jackson Kentucky Friday March 6 1908 Number 10 THE JEW STOREOF Euster ls th s We are preparing to make room for our Spring Stock We have a big stock of1v Clothing all1 Melts Suits 7501000 Suits for 5 50700 Suits for 2 50400 Suits for A Big Line of Pants from 74 cents up Childrens Suits from 75 cents up Knee Pants from 19 cents up V that we will sell for 25 Per Cent Less Than Cost Shirt Waists and Shirts go same way Come to the few tJiore and loop at the great bargains we arc offering In all of Furnishing Goods OF BUSTER ISAACS ttl IO 00 tl i iwi G d V f i t w S FLOYD DAY trio 7 MANUEL IIBAD Jr bfoitior fg flee lieu 4f mg0 OURerr trJ BANKING 7 ARE SATISFACTORY I- g gTo a large trand cliehtilc Ifjjj g you arc are not already in thus mini J bcr why not open an account rioiv g Call in and talk the subject over with g us A call will entail no obligation f T w Wont you try und see f o PAIDUP CAPITAL and SURPLUS 2735066r M tWF IM JACKSON DEPOSIT BANKJi f Jackson Kent- uckySoUthern 0 a oOG i THE i1 iyOFF- ERS VERY LOW ROUIN- DijhlPHomeseekers IteSA- rkansasTo Indian Territory Texas Tickets on sale the first and third Tues days of each month Apply to any Southern Ry Agent or write A R COOK D P A B S VENT T P A LOUISVILLE KY J h K+ I BREATHITT COUNTY NEWS 11E oesWe LadiesHats METHODS LouisianaOklahoma A FORMER PUPIL f Writes of the Progress of the Institute RICHMOND Kv EDITOU NBWS My Dear SirPlease print in your next issue within writing Headed Educational andaccept my thanks in advance Allow me to join you in ignor ing tho Governors act in not appointing you to the Circuit Judgeship in our district 1 fully ox peeled to hear of you becoming our Judge when I heard of Judge itiddells death and I still believe you should have received the np pointment because I believe you would have more suited the peo pie of county and time remainder of the district You should bo praised and hon ored for all things glorious if you would but take up the reconcilia tion of the Democratic party in Brcathitt county and unite it as it once was Through your personal influences and your excellent paper JoucouldCRsib accomplishit Yours very trulySOUTH STIIONO EDUCATIONAL In early January 1908 I had time pleasure of visiting Lees Collegiate Institute Jackson Ky now managed by Prof Lester Crego of Valparaiso Ind Nor mal University To my I found nearly all time scats occu tiledat chapel exercises and a seemingly spirit of enthusiasm that would make any ono feel proud of tho days spent on tho same ground and for the same causeThere is something about Prof Cregos management and peda Jb ics that takes well with all andat tho same time has the necessary effect on tho unruly cle neat In fact I was reminded more than over before of time best school days the mountains over hind when the J CI was at its host under tho skillful discipline 3f Professors Marion Goff Mickcl dud Logan It is a great pleasure to all who were ever connected with these most excellent teachers to have Ihoso days to memory It is a pleasure to all oldstudents toI know that Lees Collegiate Institute is falling in line with the days of old when Breathitt county was tho recognized center of educa tional interest of Eastern Ken tucky The good citizens of Breathitt county are heartily congratulated for every good word of cheer and eVery act of encouragement ren dIned Prof and Mrs Crcgo in their estimable work It is tobe hoped that every good citizen of Eastern Kentucky will take advantage of this great educationalrevolution sweeping over our State today and put a higher premium on the education of their children Too much time has been wasted in seeking public Ofllce too many thoughts wasted for political aspirations too much discord between individuals hence the cause of Kentuckys position- n nr the bottom of tho ladder in education Tho father has been tab neglectful of the sons interest too forward in the bad example loo ready to uphold the offensive act hence the cause of illiteracy and the heinous crimes which stain our country- I am glad to give n good report from our Eastern Normal school itt this place that has already proven to bo a wonderful power for educational development in Eastern Kentucky With that handsome sum of 150000 recently appropriated by time State Lcgis ture we will be able to cojafort ably provide for all who may come thirsting and clamoring after higher ideals nobler thoughts and greater aspirations I am yours for better workers in Breathitt SOOTH STRONG George B W Sewell of Ford was visiting his brother Thomas L Sewcll tho first of the week Stop with Hart Brothers at the Reed hotel while in Lexington y ED TURNER HANGED Pays Penalty With Life For Murder of Wife Ed Turner formerly of thi county was hanged utrl53 oclock last Thursday afternoon in the jail at Chattanooga Tenn for the murder of his wife Lillian The deed for which he paid the ex treme penalty occurcd on the side of Lookout Mountain in April 1007 Turner preserved are nmrkablc composure from the time ho was notified that the Gov ernor had refused to interfere until the trap was sprung lie walked to the scaffold iwith a firm tread and in an equally firm tone told the Sheriff who Sprung the trap that ho had nothing to say A few minutes before ho was led to the scaffold he statcJ that he in tended to dio like a Kentuckian Turners body which was in charge of E C Jbnos WitS brought to his old homo at Shoulder Blade last Friday where the burial took place Saturday Quito a number of pieces ol rope which were claimed to have been cut from the rOPI that Tur ner was hanged with were dis loutlBreathittcount who nccompanied tho body from Chattanooga visited The News ollico Monday and regdesledus to state that tho rope used in the execution was left in Chattanooga and that the pieces distributed in this county were not cut from tho rope with which Turner was hanged The following isa of Tur norn last letter wriell to his brother at BlpdcC- IIATTANOOOA TexFebruary 20 1908 George Turner Shoulder Blade Ky Dear rotherAs I leave you as a brother and aa th rlareonlyt- wo of us it almost breaks may heart to think that I will leave you all alone in this oldworld and for me to die the death that I will have to die Oh my God my Godl Think about it well brotherThis the last letter I will overwrite to you in my life and it is n horrible death for me to be raur tiered here and I know that I did not murder my wife But it is only a few moments of punish ment then I will be at rest I im going home to die no more brother I pray to God that you will raise your children up in some Christian form and send them to school Try to make rood men and women out of them Ihopo you will all live a Chris tian life and meet mo in heaven when all of you die Brother dont weep after me and I do pray to God that Ho will bo with you one and all until wo meet again This leaves me as well as common I hope you are all enjoying the best of health I will send you the mortgage of Preston Spencers and you can give it to him I cant thinkof any more tonight and it is bedtime You can keep this letter to remember me by if you want to You can read this letter any tithe and think of me I will send you my watch and you can keep it as long an you live also somo of my pictures and you can send one of them to my sister and keep time restI will close for the last time in life So goodbye to you all Good wishes to you all I am sever your brother En funs En Greatest On Earth MiUBitsuuita Kv 2 27OS EDITOR NEWS 1 note the postal laws in regard to newspapers will soon bo effect ive hence I write for my bill I think The News is tho greatest paper on earth so I want to be in time to keep up with every num ber Very respectfully W G DAILKY M D Rev James II Hudson will con duct religious services at tho dence of Wesley Turner Sr o Saturday March 28th 2 p m and Sunday at 10 a m J THREE KILLED In a Fight in a Lumber Camps Three men wore killed nnda fourth mortally wounded as the result of a battle with revolvers following a quarrel in the lumber camp of Conglcton Williams Bros on Rose Fork creek near Evelyn Lee county John Hamilton James Bowles Richard Spicer and George Frs tier had been working together all day last Friday with about 70 other men hauling lumber and staves The children of Bowles and Frazier had fallen out with those of Spicer and Hamilton The men quarreled over the mat ter all day as they worked When evening came Spicer went to feed his stock Bowles and Frazier clime up to his barn and renewed the quarrel Spicer is reported to have urged that there be no continuation of tho matter Hamilton came up shortly aftert- ime arrival of Bowles and Frazier and took the part of Spicer The argument grow more heated and Bowles whipped out a revolver and began firing Ho killed Hamilton instantly and shot Spi cer in the leg By this time Spi cer had out his revolver andwas firing at Bowles when Frazier joined in the shooting When the smoke cleared away it was found that Spicer was dead with two bullets in his chest and Bowles had been killed with a ball through the heart George Frazier was arrested and lodged in jail at Beattyville Saturday and on Monday was taken before County Judge Sutton Ho waived examination and was held without bail to await the action of the grand jury Simpson Miss Mattie Cope returned from Jackson Friday and stoppedover dinner with Miss Laura E llollon 1 P Dykes was in Jackson Friday on business II P Me Guire of Landsaw was at Simpson Monday Algin Derickson went to JacksomMonday Capt Hurst of Peartree was on this side Monday There will be preaching at this place next Saturday and Sunday by Rev R K Mad den and others John Card well has moved from this place to Kelly McGuircs near the mouth of MorgJefT M Rose made a business trip to Simpson a fow days ngo War Creek The roads in this neighborhood are in a bad condition Mahal Wells and wife were visiting at Felix Turners Saturday night Van Turner and wife are on the sick list There will be preach ing every Wednesday night at Felix Turners Miss Tillie Cun dill was visiting her sister Mrs Maggie Wells Wednesday night Dewitt Maloney of Onkdale was visiting at Stevo Cundifls Sunday night Howards Creek Miss Ida Dividson is on the sick list Bryant Spicer was calling on Roger Culluhun at Canoe Fork Sunday J M Dcaton and D P Strong arc malting it hot for the blind tigers and lawbreakers at WhickRcv Dr Clair preached at Sulphur Gap Sunday Edden White of Whick was the guest of Iko Fu ate Sun day Georgo Fields had bid luck with his gasoline boat It Lick Brunch last Thursday Wiley Anderson was transacting busi ness in Jackson Monday Wm Russell sold 100 bushels of corn at 86 cents a bushel to Leander Barnes of Stray Branch Nemie sucI the river ready for market Robert Strong and Man ford Clem ons were in Jackson last week Bryant Spicer bought six head of calves of Wiley Anderson Andersnon a Sunday aud ho says it is corn planting time h r 1f The Largest CirculationO- FI ANY PAPER IN THIS SECTION ADYANOB kinds 311008 Breathitt surprise brought Shoulder demons JITIPS Clemons Inn been sick with the grippe for several days J D Clemons is preparing to move to Larnbrie Answer to the Rousseau Bible question If there were three kinds of fruit in the garden and roan ate one and died min must leave off Sin and take up the cross and follow the Lord and he shall live again in heaven Will somo one tell mo in Tho News how many promises there ure in the Bible for a sinner to be savedand what they arelIre- ad in The News where a corres pondent says there will be two new moons in Matchand two in April The only reason for that is accounted for by the money panic and there was not enough change in March to make a change on the last day Ned Mrs Mariah Combs has been very low with grippe but is im proving Edward P Combs little son of J II Combs has been in a serious condition but is im proving G W Noble is pre paring to change his residence for a season Edward P Turner is suffering from the effect+ of a boil on his neck John H Combs invites all who can conveniently come to meet him nt the mouthof Riley on the next regular meet ing time third Saturday and Sunday in March Come let us reason togetherWOLFS COUNTY Campton On account of bad roads only a small crowd attended county court here MondayTomu Willson is visiting his parents in Madison county Quarterly court was in session Monday There were a number of suits for trialMrs- A B Cox is visiting in Breathitt county this weekS S Combs of Madison county came up Monday nnd will remain in town some two or three days looking after business interests herersaacEl- kins and Camilwho have been residing in town for the past year will move to their farm onehalf milo south of town this week Sam Ellcins and wife will occupy tho house vacated by his father W L Byrd left Monday for Clark county where hc will make his future home His family will Follow him in a few days His friends here regret very much to sea him leive as Letcher has always been regarded as one of the best business men in the county Seldon Hanks of Ashland to a gether with his mother nnd sister Miss Bulah are visiting friends and relatives in town A protractedmeeting is now in pro a gross at the Methodist church Considerable interest is being manircstedudsrc G W Gourley and lIon T C Johnson both of Loo county arc looking after the interests of their clients in court hero this w cekand the former is advising with his Republican friends in his race for Circuit JudgeSenator Benj Sowell caino up homo Saturday from Frankfort for n few days rest lie was jubilant oVer Brad toys election for U S Senator Ho duns accompanied by Jtcpre icntative A C Oliver who OUShts until tho last for the election of Ueckhnm for Senator John Tester of Stillwator was attending county court here Monday andf talking politics If allreports so true wo Will have a number ofI wcduirigs to rejyort next week The will of Granville Evans late ly deceased wd i tendered in the county court Monday for proba tionAmong others wo notice the following names on the register of the Central Hotel for the past week Marion Knight and II C Ward Hazel Green It 11 Bryant and George P Brown Lexington S H Hurst and H B Hurst Peartreo and S J Fain Winchester The sixyearold son of Good i win Miller of Noble crdop last Thursday a eekagol POWDER ti Absolutely purr Thm only baking lOwQrmjtmOrmmnt hAI kafWOLFS I Lacy Creek Edward McIntosh who was married short time ago to Nancy Miller of Perry county u preparing to move into his new house John McIntosh is building a new house on JC Lindons land on Gilm oroL E Smith has moved into thelJt P Rose house on Lacy creekArthur Mcln tosh went to James Elys mill FridayESTILL COUNTY Noland iiWillioa number of boys and girls ware guests of Huston Walton and family last Suntiayltiss Nannie It Warlord of Richmond and Mrs Eva Kevisli and Pearl Wulton and 1 Willie French of Locust Branch were time guests of Huston Walton last Wednesday K M Garrett of Irvine was the guest of his son O It Garrett last Friday night Huston Walton and fam ily arc down with the grippe Henry Johnson Landing Walton and Ambrose Overly have con tracted to build fencing for It M Garrett at 8 13 cents a pan I and everything furnished at tho place John H Peters and family were guests of Amos Richardson Sunday Simple Home Recipe Get from any prescription phar macist the following Fluid Extract Dandelion one half ounce Compound Knrgon one ounce Compound Syrup Stir sapnrillia three ounces Shako well in a bottle and take teaspoonful dose after eachmeal and at bedtime The above is considered by anIeminent authority who writes in New York daily paper ns then finest prescription ever written to relieve Backache Kidney Trouble Weak Bladder and all forms of Urinary difliculties This mix turo acts promptly on time eliminative tissues of thd Kidneys en abling them to filter andstrain time uric acid and other waste mat ter from time blood which causes Rheumatism Somo persons who suffer with tho afliictions may not feol inclined- to place much confidence in this simple mixture yet those who have tried it say tho results are simply surprising time relief being effected without time slightest injury to the stomachor other organs Mix some and give it a trial It certainly comes highly recommended It is time prescription of eminent authority whoso entire reputation it is saidwas cstb listed by it A druggist here at homo when askedstated that he could either supply the ingredients or mix the prescription for our readers also recommends it as harmless E C Jones of McWhorter was hero the first of the week on business Mr Jones has accepted position traveling for tho Murray Dribrel Shoo Co of Nashville Tenn and will enter upon his duties April 1st He will travel in 15 counties in Eastern tea tucky 4 V I It t p Titr II The Breathitt News SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE J WISE HAGINS EDITOI A a rA tf C PATTON 1t ATTORNEY AT LAW lao OFFICE IN CBAWK011D nrDoJJACKSON KY ii2iUSil FRIDAY MARCH 6 ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR We arc authorized to announc JUDGE G W GOUKLEY Of Heattyvillfs Ky asa candidate 23dItition of the Republican part- COMMONIVEALT1ISI ATTY i We arc authorized to announce A II STAMPER t of Campion as a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney of this j the 23d judicial district subject to the action of the Democratic I party Election Nov 3 1908- II hereby announce myself a can didate for the oflice of Common I monwealths Attorney of the 2i judicial district composed of the counties of Breathitt Wolfe Lee end Estill subject to the action of the Republican party I solicit the support of aligned citizens re jjard less of party alliliations A IL PATTON We are nuthoriied to announce Z T HURST Of Breathitt county as a candl I date for Commonwealths Attor s net for this the 23d judicial dis trict subject to the action of the Republican partyI Wo arc authorized to announce t KELLY KAS1I as a candidate for Commonwealths trictsubjectRepublican party FOR COUNTY CLERK I take this means of announc injj myself as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Breathitt County subject to tho action of the Democratic party If elected I shall regardless of party aflilia servantTo the Voters of Breathitt Co I am a candidate for theoflice of County Court Clerk to be voted for at the November election 1909 GEO W NOHLK KxGoy Wm 0 Bradley was elected U S Senator over J W C Beckham last Friday A de tailed account of how ithappened appears in other columns of this paper Judge Ed C ORear will be do clared the Republican nominee for Appellate Judge to succeed him self March 1st was tho last day in which entries before the conven tion could be made and as no one else entered tho committee will meet and declare him the nominee LEE COUNTY t Primrose- R P Marks has begun to re build Rev M F Stamper find Louis Wright preached to a lar congregation at Union Sunday It was a union service indeed foi I tears flowed from most all eyes Lagrippe is raging in our vicinity Old aunt Nancy Duff who is neat 80 years of age has not been ex petted to live for tho past wed with Jngrippo but is some better now Mrs C V Gray has re turned home from Georgetown where she has been for some time visiting her daughter Mrs Joseph IlaginsThos Caldwell Courtney Cockerham andothers Icfl this week on a log drive Willir Davis and familwho have beer living at Winchester have return od to this section Mrs Thomas Harper and little daughter Ulti visitingMrsof Winchester has been at the bedside of his mother here for some daysSanl Mosloy dice consumptionlIe dren P Fraloy will move on the farm of R P Marks Urn spring as a renter Our school on the Laurel branch is still pro grossing nicely with Re U T Moores as teacher and the at tendance is still good CHATTEHHOX If you are in arrears you had beltcrpay up before April 1st if you want Tho Kows 0 1rtI r i t r- p MlrJ +rov7r r QUIETlY SET A THAI I Iivi the Republicans Brought About the Election of Cradloy For Senator I DEMOCRATS CAUGHT NAPPING The Latter Were Not Looking for Things to Take the Turn They Did on That Eventful Friday and Were Taken Unawares Frankfurt Ky March 3Tho sena tonal race camo to an unexpected close last Friday when the four Dmn oerats Charlton McNutt and Mueller at Louisville and Llllard of Boyle who have persistently refused to voto for Dockliam voted for Wradley and elected him Tic finish was nn exciting one as the Ucpubllcans quietly set a trap for tho Democrats and caught them napping It takes seventy votes to make a quorum of the Joint assem lily and If all the Democrats hut those who voted for Bradley had remained out of the Joint session Friday there would not have been a quorum all several Republicans were out of tho city Tho Democrats know this but as the absent Republicans and Democrats were paired they thought It would not make any difference and that the days ballot would be Just like the others that preceded It When tho roll call began tho Democrats voted fur Ilockham and the Republicans for Uradley When Charltons name was called lie voted for Whooler Campbell as usual hid after five or six Demo cratH had voted for Beckhnm whlclt Insured a quorum he arose and chang ed his vote to Bradley The Demo crats realized then that they were In the meshes of the trap anti as tho roll call proceeded there was much scur rylng about and hurried whispered con ferences but when McNutt Mueller and Llllard nil voted for Bradley the race was over Tho Democrats fought for time to try to get together and al low the bolting Democrats to select some other Democrat and unite on him but It was too late tIe die was cast Governor Beckham came Inside the hall and whispered to some of his loaders Senator Comln of Lexington announced that Beckham was no long er a candidate and all Democrats were at liberty to vote for any other Demo neat they might choose but they could unite pit no other man Senator Newman of Woodford announced that hO was authorized to say that a caucus of tho Democrats would be held that night and another nomine selected If tho bolting Democrats would come back and keep Bradley from being elected but It all did no good and af tor more than an lour of wrangling tho result was finally announced and Bradley declared elected sixtyfour having voted for him and sixtythree against him It was tho first tlmo In the history of tho state that legislators elected by one political party had gone completely over and helped elect the nominee of the other party Many In stances are on record where leglsla tors refused to support their party nominee but they always cast their voles for another member of their par ty Of course there Is some bitterness and charges that money was used are being made but the public has grown so accustomed to money being used In politics that It Is looked upon as a matter of course Anyhow If It was sought to prove who paid the money or who received It the witnesses would likely testify like the negro wit ness when asked what was the color ot the suit worn by the man ho had seen running through his house and 10 replied Well sir It seems as If ho had on a dark red checked wIno colored brown suit The public will be ready to believe that money was used but as to who paid who reculv 3d It or how much was paid nobody will ever toll There Is much speculation as to what effect the result In tho senatorial raco will have on the county unit local option bill but no one seems to know as one side says It means the defeat 3f the bill while tho other side says it means the bill will surely pass The bill has already passed the house and is now In tho senate awaiting what ever fate may befall It It has been the current understanding about Frankfort that the hill woirid bo pas 1ed by tho house whenever It came U a vote but that It would be held ur- and killed by delay when It reached the senate as that body has been con ildered about evenly divided on the question The senate oommlttco ph religion and morals to which such bills are always referred is largely composed of anticountyunit senators and If the house bill Is referred to that onunlttco It may refuse to report It at all This being tho caso a fight will likely be mado to refer It to some other committee more favorable to Its passage It Is bolleved here that If the bill IB not passed Governor Willson may call an extra session and name thIs measure as one to be considered 55Governor Wlllson sent another mes age to the legislature a few days ago In which he renewed many of his former recommendations In addition he says the governor under tho present law has no power to make or have made tho necessary Investigations that night result In tho conviction of the tight rIders and asks the legislature to set apart a fund of 125000 which may be under tho governors control to be used In apprehending and convicting men guilty of these crimes Ifs says the militia that has been on duty for the past three months havo already cost the state about 12000 Ho urges the passage of a law directing the attorney general and his assistants to take charge of and control all In estivations of offenses against the lawl where the attorney general be IIdVE9 the local authorities are likely to fall to prosecute such offenses He asks for a speedy consideration of the county unit bill and urges tho adop lion of a bill redIstrIcting tho Into legislative districts Ha statoI 4kt4rj e rRlb4P4413u 1LorI d y I to ItlVMtlgntA the Cause of the trou bles In the tobacco cllstrlqjs and also investigate tho trusts and their con tteetlon with tho troubles Ho thinks tho military fund Is not largo enough and urges tho appropriation of 7000 a year so as to put tho Kentucky sol diets on an equal footing with tho sol diets of other states Ho recommends a law giving state nld to tho building of public roads and again urges that provision bo mado for nonpartisan boards to control the state charity arid penal Institutions Ho calls attention to tho tact that there Is but little mon oy In tho state treasury and says this legislature should be careful In mnk lag appropriations In concluding his message ho says T beg to extend to every member of the general assembly the hope thnt wo shall bo fount worklhg together for till general wel faro with prudence courage and goad Judgment and with hope and faith and that the remaining days of the ses iiton may bo uninterrupted by death or any misfortune and may bring forth BOijd fruits of diligent unceas- Ing and good work In completing the business of the people entrusted to the legislative department and I hope that the general assembly will not delay In what It can do to give power and means to put an end to tho conditions of lawlessness and disorder It has seldom happened that anyone who bore the name of Kentuckian was will- Ing to hide his face or personality anti It Is a grief and a shame that we have come to a time when hundreds of peo pie living In Kentucky do go by night In lawless bands with faces hIdden under masks and bodies disguised to rob people of tholr liberties to Inflict shnrnolcss Indignities to terrorize whole communities and to destroy the liberty rights and thj property values of thtr people of the state Tho bill changing tho name of the A M college at Lexington to the Stake University has passed both houses andwill probably ho approved by tho governor this weok Tho Sulll van bill appropriating 200000 to the state university and 150000 each to the two state normal schools at Rich mood and Bowling Green has passed both Louses and Is ready for the governors signature Tho appropriations are mainly for now buildings for these Institutions It Is announced that Mr Carnegie has agreed to give 30000 to each of the normal schools to help pay for library buildings and If this Is true the muchneeded libraries for the schools Ire now assured rho attend ance of pupils at tho two normal schpols has grown so enormously that It Is likely a third school will bo ostab lUhcc mid a bill has already been introduced to authorize the use of the old utatchousc buildings at Frankfort for the third school as soon as tho new Blatehouso Is occupied by the state offlcials There Is a lively fight ahead It Is said over tho bill appropriating JIGO 000 to complete and furnish the now statchouse and beautify the grounds surrounding it The bill as Introduced by Senator Bosworth passed tho senate last week with a provision In It that the present architect Frank M Andrews be retained to complete the building This section Is objectionable to Governor Wlllson and In his special message to the legislature he said sons he lilststb that tho selection or ro tcntlon of the architect Is an executive function and not a legislative ono Tho following bills have passed the senate and will now go to tho house for its approval The Cdrnba bill providing that non residents of this state that havo In tangible property In trust In this state shall not ho required to pay taxes thereon In this slate pill appropriating 25000 each to the Western asylum and the Central loeebleIIlIndedThe bill creating an educational commIssIon to codify the school laws of Kentucky and to Investigate the school systems of Other states and re port to the next legislature such legls atlon as will Improve our system Tho Cure on bill fixing the pay of members of the legislature at 310 per day instead of 5 The McChord tobacco bill which places the growing of tobacco under llife police power of the state has met wyft munch delay and many obstruc tions In tho house It was delayed several days by the death of Represents tlvo McKnlcht and then It was rolls bly reported that the American Tobac co company was on the eve of taklnf aver all the burley tobacco at assocla tlon prices which If true would somewhat lessen the necessity for tho pas sago of tho measure Later when tho bill camo up for djsciisslon one or tw members from tho tobacco dis Met otiposcd the bill on tho ground that lhq dark tobacco people did not Bfajit the law passed It will come uj again tIlls reek but strenuous effort will bb made to defeat It and It chargEd HIP tho American Tobaccf company Is using all Its powerful In ftu nci against It JOHN H STUART The newspaper law goes into effect April 1st DLALLEN JEWELER MAIN ST OPf POSTOFFICK- IlaS for sale a nice line of WATCHES KMHLKM PINS BlB GLASSES SPECTACLES mill nil kinds of T cwcIr- REPAIRINGASPECIAL Tr Prices Reasonable Please call and examine 51ly FOR SALE tl nlTOWN Address S S Taulbee Kyr v- JZ 1 o9o2eW4d r I r t j BYs Buying Auction Goods- We can sell you a better grade of goods for the same money than any temporal 3 T merchant Ve lire permanently located in Jackson and do not resort to any Under the Ham i mer mothods to sell our goods p Judge our future dealings by our past records Our Deatings are cJtrictlyon the Square We will sell the same goods for less money and more and better goods for the 9 same money than any flybynight ron cern who are after your hard earned dollars with goods bought at auction sales NEED1SHOES HATS LADIES GOATS AND SKIRTS UNDERWEAR AND NOTIONS Of the best grades come to us and you will find your dollars will go further und you will be satisfied with our goods NO JUGGLING OF PRICES HERE We do not mark some articles down andchargemore on others Our prices the same to everyone Drop in and eXa amine and price our goods and let us sec how much benefit we can be to each other r DAY BROSCO Wholesale and Retail Merchandise JACKSON KENTUCKY t If MONUMENTS Headstones and Markers n My line of designs arc 41 the latest and I can alsosprepare special ideas prc sented by my customers If in need of work in my line call and sec me or drop me a postal card I erect work anywhere Prices reasonable R M SIIELYShop Located Ncar the Bridge Jackson Ky J DEPOSITED HERE weekly for live years with interest nt1 per cent compounded semiannually added do you know what it Would Amount To If deposited in your name you would have just 56200and theres innny n young non ands outran in Jackson working on u salary who could easily deposit 2 weekly ARE YOU ONE OF TIIEMf + A JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK KEN1UCI YLJACKSON QG aGGG Q0eGO oeeQQOG OOQQ i i 8 a 1 You Will GetAl1Tllatsn Q i Coming to Y OUti 0SoJ ni THERE IS NO FAKERY 0 iIn oftJwi you pay us you pot one hundred cents value in 2 u y return r 9 We Believe in Square Treatment i S 0Your+ use up a page of apace tnlkiugnhout our goods oyouwouldnt how good they are O COME ro OUR STORE 1IG i Crawford Co i Y JACKSON KENTUCKY g 1- 1ti tjH1H i H i H HH1H H H H HH H t1i HiH H HiH H i HiH H H atH t WWt i PAINTSI W 1 l received a full line Iust 1twe ualantCea 1 J 1UWill cover more space 171St1l to iI longer and look better than R raD other paint made Call 1 see color cards and get t W prICCS J I Jackson Drug Co W I11 EeEEEEEEEEEE EEEE EEEe i I fWioo aAi ti u =ca H i The Breathitt Newst SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE J WISE HAGINS EDITOR A H PATTON 1ATTORNEY AT LAW OFFICE IX CRt FORD nU0 JACKSON KY i 2isS1i FRIDAY MARCH 6- ANNOUNCEMENTS FOH CIRCUIT JUDGE We arc authorized to unnounc e JUDGE G W GOURLEY Of ilI Ky as a candidate for circuit judge of this tho 23d judicial district subject to the action of the Republican party t COMMONWEALTHS AiTY We arc authorized to announc e A II STAMPER i of Campion as a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney of tins the 23d judicial district subject to the action of the Democratic 1108Ican o t monwealths Attorney of the 2id judicial district composed of the counties of Ureathitt Wolfe Lei and Estill subject to the action o1 the Republican party I solici the support of all good citizens re affiliationsIWe are authorized to announce 2 T HURSTI o Of Breathitt county as a candi- dateJJ for Commonwealths Attor tnofor this the 23d judicial dis subject to the action of UK i Republican party Wo are authorized to announce KELLY KAS1I- as a candidate for Commonwealth Attorney in the 23d judicial dis trict Subject to the action of the Republican party FOR COUNTY CLERK I take this means of announc ing myself as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Brcathitl County subject to tho action of the Democratic party If elected I shall regardless of party afiilia tions be your most obedient servant ALVKKU RUSSELL To the Voters of lire nthitt Coi I am a candidate for the office of County Court Clerk to be voted for at the November election 1909 GEO W NOIILK KxGoy Win 0 Bradley was elected U S Senator over if W C Beckham last Friday A de tailed account of how ithappened appears in other columns of this paper Judge Ed C ORcar will be de Glared the Republican nominee for Appellato Judge to succeed himself March 1st was tho last dayI in which entries before the convention could be made and as no one else entered tho committee will meet and declare him the nomi noe LEE COUNTY Primrose It P Marks has begun to rebuild Rev M F Stamper and Louis Wright preached to a lani congregation at Union Sunday It was a union service indeed foi iLagrippo from most all eyes is raging in our vicinity Old aunt Nancy Duff who is neat 80 years ofage has not been ox peeled to live for tho past week with lagrippo but is some bcttci now Mrs C V Gray has re turned home from Georgetown where she has been for some Unit visiting her daughter Mrs Joseph IIajrinsTlio3 Caldwell Court ncr Cockerham and others left this week on a log drive Willir Davis and falllilwho have beet living at Winchester have returned to this section Mrs Thomru Harper and little daughter Uhf visitingfirsof Winchester has been at the bedside of his mother here foi sonic days Sam Moslcy diet consumptionlIe dren P Fraloy will move on the farm of R p Marks thi spring as a renter Our school on the Laurel branch is still pro gressing nice Iwith Rev It T Moores as teacher and tho at tendance is still good CiiArratuox If you are In arrears you had bottor pny up before April 1st if you wank The News R1 l 1 r l r- k QUIETLY SET A TRAP Cow the Republicans Brought About CradloyI DEMOCRATS CAUGHT NAPPING The Latter Vlere Not Looking for Things to Take the Turn They Old on That Eventful Friday and Were Taken Unawares Frankfort Ky March aThe scni tonal trace came to an unoxpectc olusd last Friday whon the four Don oerats Charlton McNutt and Mueller of Louisville and Ltllard of Boyle who have persistently refused to vote for Ileckhani voted for Bradley and elected him TJio finish was an exciting one as the Republicans quietly set a trap for tho Democrats and caught them napping It takes seventy votes to make a quorum of the joint assem My and If all the Democrats hut thou who voted for Uradloy had rcuialne out of the Joint session Friday there would not have been a quorum all sovoral Ilopubllcans were out of the city The Democrats knew this but as the absent Republican and Demo crnts were paired they thought It would not make any difference and that the days ballot would be Just like the others that preceded It When the rollcall began the Democrats voted for llockham and the Republicans for llradley When Charltons name was called Jie voted for Wheeler Campbel all usual but after five or MX Demo crnts hind voted for Dcckham whlcl Insured u quorum ho arose and chang ed his vote to Bradley The Demur Intthe meshes of the trap as call proceeded there was much sew rylng about and hurried whispered con foroncos but when McNntt Mueller tliaerace was over for time to try to Ret together and nl low the bolting Democrats to select some other Democrat and unite on him but It was too late tho die was cast Governor Ueckham came Inside the hall and whispered to some of his loaders Senator Combs of Lexington announced that Heckham was no long er a candidate and all Democrats were at liberty to vote for any other Demo crat thoy might choose but they conic unite pn no other man Senator New man of Woodford announced that he was authorized to say that a caucus of tho Democrats would bo hold that night and another nomine selected If tho bolting Democrats would cone back and keep Bradley from being elected but It all did no good and af tor more than an hcur of wranglln tho result was finally announced and Bradley declared elected sixtyfoil having voted for him and sixtythree against him It was tho first time In the history of the state that legislators elected by One political party had gone completely over and helped elect the nominee of the other party Many In stances are on record where legislators refused to support their party nominee but they always cast their voles for another member of their parr ty pf course there Is some bitterness and charges that money was used are being made but the public has grown so accustomed to money beingused in politics that It Is looked upon as a matter of course Anyhow if It was sought to prove who paid the money or who received It the witnesses would likely testify like the negro wit ness when naked what was the color of the suit worn by tho man ho hail seen running through his house and ho replied Well sir It seems as If ho had on a dark red checked wino colored brown suit The public will be ready to believe that money was used but as to who paid who rccelv ad it or how much was paid nobody will over tell There Is much speculation as to what effect the result In the senatorial raco will have on the county unit local option bill but no one seems to know as one side says It means the defeat of tho bill while the other side says It means the bill will surely pass Thr bill has already passed the house and Is now in tho senate awaiting what ever fate may befall it It has been the current understanding about Frankfort that the bill woirid bo pass ed by the house whenever it came U a vote but that it would bu held up and killed by delay when it reached tho senate as that body has been considered about evenly divided on the question The senate oommlttco oh religion and morals to which such bills aro always referred is largely composed of anticountyunit senators and If the house bill is referred to that committee It may refuse to report It at all This being tho caso a fight will likely be made to refer it to some other committee more favorable to Its passage It Is believed bore that If the bill Is not passed Governor Wlllson may call an extra session and name this measure as one to be considered Governor Wlllson sent another mcs altO to the legislature a few days ago In which ho renewed many of Oils former recommendations In addition hi says the governor under tho present law has no power to make or have made tho necessary investigations thai might result in the conviction of tht night riders and asks the legislature to set apart a fund of 23000 which may be under tho governors control to be used in apprehending and convicting men guilty of these crimes Ho says the militia that has been on duty for the past three months have al really cost the state about 12000 Ho urges the passage of u law directing tho attorney general and lea assistants- to take charge of und control all in eatlgatlons of offenses against the laws whero the attorney general be loves the local authorities are likely to fall to prosecute such offenses He asks for a speedy consideration of the county unit bill and urges tho ndop lion of a bill redistricting tho state late legislative districts Ho says the It I1 rAl4bb J1ultotJtfu1 o r I trouItie military fund Is not large enough hnd urges tho appropriation of 7500 a year so as to put tho Kentucky sol diems on an equal footing with the sol reconl1utmdsI provision bo made for non pnrtlsan boards to control the stato charity and penal Institutions Ho calls attention to the fact that there Is but little mono ey In tho state treasury and says the legislature should l c careful In mak lag appropriations In concluding his message he says I beg to extend to every member of tho general assembly the hope that wo nhall tr found working tope ther for the general wel fare with prudence courage and good Judgment and with hope and faith and that the remaining days of the sear slon may bo uninterrupted by death or tiny raNfortujio and may bring forth goad fruits of diligent unceas Ing and good work In completing the business of the people entrusted to the legislative department and I hope that the general assembly will not delay In what It can do to give power and means to put an end to tho conditions of lawlessness and disorder It has seldom happened that anyone who bore the name of Kentuckian was will Ing to hide his face or personality and It Is a grief and a sl lImo that we have come to a time when hundreds of pea pie living In Kentucky do go by night In lawless bands with faces hidden under masks and bodies disguised to rob people of tholr liberties to Inflict shameless Indignities to terrorize whole communities and to destroy the liberty rights and th i property values of the people of the state The bill changing tho name of the A M college nt Lexington to the State University has passed both houses andwill probably bo approved by tho governor this week Tho Sulll van bill appropriating 200000 to the state university and 150000 each to the two state normal schools at Rich mond and Howling Green has passed both Louses and is ready for the gov ernors signature The appropriations are mainly for new buildings for these Institutions It Is announced that Mr Carnegie has agreed to give 30000 to each of the normal schools to help pay for library buildings and If this Is true the muchneeded libraries for the schools are now assured The attendance of pupils at tho two normal sclipols has grown so enormously thai It Is likely n third school will bo cstab lulled nisi a bill has already been In trounced to authorize the use of the old utatclibuso buildings at Frankforl for the third school as soon as tho new statehouse In occupied by the state uncials There Is a lively fight ahead It It said over the bill appropriating 100 000 to complete and furnish tho new statehouse and beautify the grounds surrounding it The bill as Introduces by Senator Hosworth passed the sen ato last week with a provision In it that the present architect Frank M Andrews be retained to complete the building This sectjon Is objectionable to Governor Willson and In his special message to the legislature he said so- DS he Iriststt that the selection or ro tendon of tine architect is an executive function and not a legislative one I S5 Tho following bills have passed the senate and will now go to tho house for Its approval The Combs bill providing that non residents of this list have In trusttangible property In In this state shall not be required to pay taxes thereon in this state pill appropriating 26000each to the Western asylnm und the Central asylum mid 17500 to tie Feeble Minded Institute The bill creating an eLivstonal commission to codify the school laws of Kentucky and Jo Investigate the school systems of other states and re port to tho next legislature such legis latlon as will Improve our system Tho Curcon bill fixing tho pay of members of the legislature at 10 per day instead of 5 The McChord tobacco bill which places the growing of tobacco under the police power of the state has met Uh much delay and many obstructions in thin house It was delayed sov eral days by tho death of Represents tlvo 1IcllIllht and then It was rella bly reported that the American Tobac co company was on the eve of taklnr over all the burley tobacco at assocla then prices which If true would some what lesson the necessity for the pas sago of the measure Later when th bill camo up for discussion one or tw members trolll tho dark tobacco dill trict ojrpocd the bill on tho ground that the dark tobacco people did not want the law passed It will come uj again Ills veek hut strenuous efforts will bo hiade to defeat It and It It charged thr4 the American Tobaccr company Is using all Ill powerful In nutincd against it JOHN H STUART The newspaper law goes into effect April 1- stIlL ALLEN JEWELER MAIN ST oPr POSTOlFICRI- IuS fur sale a nice line of WATOIIKS KA1HLISA1 IMXS- EVK GLASSES SPECTACLES nml nil kinds of Jewelry REPAIRINGASPECIAL nPrices Reasonable Please call and examine 51ly FOR SALE TOWN LOTS Address S S Taiilbeei Jackson Ky f c I o2e 9llisled r 1BY Buying Auction Goods Wo can sell you a better grade of goods for the same money than any temporary merchant We inc permanently located in Jackson I ancLdo not resort to any Under tho Ham 4 tile methods to sell our goods Judge our future dealings by our past records Our Deatings are 3trictlon the Square We will sell the same goods for less money and more and better goods for the same money than any flybynight Ion corn who are after your hard earned dollars with goods bought at auction sales IF YOU NEED CLOTHING SHOES HATS r LADIES COATS AND SKIRTS UNDERWEAR AND NOTIONS Of the best grades come to us and you will find your dollars will go further and you will be satisfied with our goods NO JUGGLING OF PRICES HERE We do not mark some articles down and charge more on others QUI prices the sane to every one Drop in and ex amine and price our goods and let us see how much benefit we can be to each outer k J 1J1 DAY BROSCO Wholesale and Retail Merchandise JACKSON KENTUCKY fw R f MONUMENTS Headstones and Markers Vly Hue of designs arc the latest and I can alsof J prepare special ideas presented by my customers If in need of work in my line call and sec me or drop me a postal card I erect work anywhere Prices reasonable RMPSIIELYShop Located Near the Bridge Jackson Ky a 1 DEPOSITED HERE weekly for live tears with interest nt 3 per cent compounded seminnnually ridded do you know whist it Would Amount To I If deposited in your name you would have just 56200and theres ninny u young rnnn and womnn in Jackson wqrking on n salary who could easily deposit U weekly YOU ONE OF THEM I IJAOKSON DEPOSIT BANK KF lUCKY LTACISON v to JG G GGGeOG maeoaGOQQQO QQ F Q 0ii1 You Will Get AH Thats f Q rNCorning tVouip + I QjFohp O r In our method of business for every dollar Ir you pay na you pot outs hundred conta vnluu in return l S a We Believe in Square Treatmenti lr tit Q 1 Your inouoya worth all tlio time Wo might 4 U t i goodsthan 8 COME TO OUR STORE 8kF m So you can see for you raelf thala tho surest way raj a sFsJ t Crawford cc Co i G tgON KENTUCKY N U- uiieoisFPiFFrir Ir1FFrre3FliriIsiiPfPic1io 7 P s Pqo I 1 Q 1 wwm PAINTSUll 1V l w 1t11 J whiph we guaralltiCea 1 V ill Ill1ti 1 any othcr paint made Call R V and see color cards and get tI W u I Aces Z I Jackson Co J 141PEEEEE I w c J O The Breathitt News J WISE HAG INS EDITOR CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAR IMiblixlicd Every lrltluy 1flS2S2525iSa52525 G C n 111 PllVSICtAN ASH SwlaEoxC Olllco and Ucs 60 t1 JACrsoNKYcS252525252S2525 as5z rt rea 0 IL IIUKST PHYSICIAN AXI SUHOKON- Oflioo in PostolHco Building Phono 51 Jackson t- e Ky W i CiDn II P DUFF 8 PHYSICIAN AND Stntatoxr j LOST CUKKK KY calls sent to 1C P lPhono store nnswered r r l IC iiiiiiiiiuiiiiiwimiwiiitittuimimimmwIMYUTIX ATTORNEY AT LAW oiiici IN IIUICST IHVG i E JACKSOX KY- iilllllnlllllllllnlllU11tlllllmlllllllllllhh6 Lent but to DC Lost fho eaU IWBM tvrMiB to talk of love In lent Or even let him put his arm about hrHut If lit Itaatar lie t1na llnuwlM bent Why1he v1lh pvow and armi oouM nrr iiiM hU Hat forty day of walilnc tazal lili soul At Iaatfr when to peek to him ihe- UlTifel lie hod forEetlrn quit the lovers rol In flit ht toM IMF plainly he Will mar rf1 Heavy Realization Flattering Comparison Unt hu ti cute little 0 ullnsT Mitt- tho fend mother proudly fcxMbltluc the ctI1rub Yas nimrcrttil tier Imehdor broth er lloa funntor than ono of heal mechanical toys You Oont Lave to wind Wm tipMttpst iP6st J Kato ntTlios Eo Marcums The Estill correspondence rench ed us too Into for this week T H Sturdivant of bale went to Lexington Thursilay J P Lyon insurance agent of HBfttlyvillo wns here Tuesday Aboutraftslof rlogs were taken to market on tho recent tide Mrs Florence McIntosh of Lexington is visiting tho family of John dnya Pot Maloney and Filmore Brown of the More neighborhood near Simpson are quito sick Tho Ohio Valley Tic Company nro rebuilding their mill which was burned a few weeks ago Albert Sizomoro loft Tuesday for Leslie county on business con netted with the War Depart moat II II Gibson went to Cincin nati Wednesday to meet his sister from Canada and accompany her to Jackson Como to the Christian church Tuesday night March 10 and enjoy yourself and afford amuse ment for others Did you over attend nn old fashioned spoiling beet If not go to tho Christian church Tues day night March 10 Strong llatton of Calla loft the first of tho week with fourteen men for Wallace La where they have secured positions with a lumber firm- Ashford Joseph formerly of rxLatubric has moved his family into one of D F Dcatons hous 10nenr tho brjdgo lie took charge of tho bridge March 1st under contract awarded him by the Fis cal Court a few weeks ago Mrs Minerva L IIR ins wh has been in tho hospital at Lex ington for tho past three months under treatment for dislocation of- h tho knee and hip joints returned C Thursday While site is consid a erably improved it will bo several months yet before she is com f I pletely cured- lreery at Thos E Marcums 1 Y II Circuit Court John Combs and Henry Comb s were sentenced to the pcnitcntiar for 21 years each for tho killinj of Thomas Comb on the Lnurc fork of Buckhorn about two year ago The jury in tho case ajain Stephen Brewer charged with cutting and wounding Jeff Ever sole failed to agree Tho case vs Beech llargis Yus called for trial Monday moniini and time Commonwealth announce ready but the defense was not ready and most of the day wu consumed in arguing a motion for a continuance by Judge lied wino and J J C Sack for tin defense and A F Byrd for UK prosecution The court overruled tho motion for a continuance Tuesday morning Special Judge W II Holt called the CIO VH John Abncr Tho defense moved for n change of venue whichWAS overruled and tho selection ofr I jury was begun Wednesday morn ing The regular jury panel being exhausted thirty names were Irawn front the jury wheel Ureck Crawford the Shcrilf do lined to act on account of rela i tionship to the decoased Harlan t Hiee was appointed elisor by igrccmcnt of tho parties and he went to the country to summon hc jurors Tho jury has not been wade up as we go to press Tho case vs Allen Creech for the murder of Charles Robertson 103 been set for Saturday HmHslic at Thos R Marcums Bradley For Fairbanks I Senatorelect Win O Bradley IU como out in a strong inter riew indorsing Fairbanks for resident Ho trays that Tuft iinnot be elected and charges that the Federal ollice holders are oil A Strong Story D M Drcnaii representing the vollogg Newspaper Co of Cin innati was a caller at The News fliec today While hero we gave him an order for n strong serial IprV the publication of which ve will begin in a short time Want a Good Meal When in Jaokson call ut the Jackson Steam Bakery foru square meal or a lunch Wo can also furnish fresh bread and cakes daily Mrs B N Spradling Proprietress Burned to Death Between 100 and 170 children ost their lives Wednesday as the esult of a fire which dent ocd Limo ublic school building in Xirli Jollinwood n suburb of IocI and Ohio Many of the victims vcro trampled to death while timers were burned anti stil others vcro suffocated 68 At r Special Sessions Tho Board of Trustees met in special session Wednesday night with Mr Norwood who roprq scnts Lexington capitalists The of time meeting was to tho electric lights should be started up again FOR House and lot on Elm street as time John D I house at a bargain Onehalf cash balance In twelve months I For further particulars call at The News oflic9 S I sL I BOUGHT UNDER THE HAMMER173 tIooto 300 HUNTNGTON BARGAIN HOUSE DOOMED Bought Under the Hammer by this Company will be Sold Regardless of Their Cost or Value until every Piece Goods is Sold C 3000 MENSy BOYS ANDCHILDREN 9 S SUITS THROWN AT YOUR MERCY NO REASONABLE OFFEB REJECTED CRISIS DUE HERE SATURDAY MARCH TTII 1908When the on the Dial of Your Clock Point to the Hour of 900 A M The heads interested and most deeply involved have combined anti joined hands throwing aside all formality as to ft regular routine methods of distribution finally settled upon one principle and the only plan that will cause the masses 00- i and consumers yes merchants and storekeepers to gasp with astonishment Profit and Cost Unrecognized The showing of new low prices bordering on marvelouswillstart Sarurday 7th 1908 Broadway and College Avenue any SJ values will go 0 Saturday a Accept InctulllMENS DUESS nt9Be 498 r Remember are hundreds prices slaughtered that will be on sale the same time r American Stock Company Arnetts Building Broadway and College Avenue OPPOSITE Do Be Misled JACKSON KENTUCKY JgmICiOICIgII == = = = = Wanted To rent a four room cottage Must bo in good neighborhood Apply to Henry S Barnett at The News offic- eMarriage Licenses The marriage licenses have been issued since our last re port f Sum Hays and Fannie Wndkirs both of Jackson Marion Tnxilbce of Mary and Alico Lnson of Frozen Creek Henry Tinnier of Pebworth and Elvira Lcnmstcr of Jackson Arch Johnson of Herald and Gertrude Bryant of Athol Green onions Thos E Mar cams r PHONE e Bunlde sCanned Fruits Sugar Loaf Goods Ii GoodwinsPure Preserves and Apple Butter Dutch Java and10 Edgmere Brand Coffee + J J THOS E MARCUMS whichoSALE known Strong of Hands March following AN OLD FASHIONED SPELLING BEE Will bo held in tho basement of the Christian Churchon T17ESDAY NIGHT MARCH 10 Under time auspices of the Ladies- Aid Admission 10 cents Will IceCreamnd r 1500 YAUDS HEAVY OCTING FLANNEL PER YARD 7 l2c as long as they last CALICO FIVE CENTS A YARD delis All Wool Suits and 10 values at left simply at Look For = at Canned ROAD ITO LEXINGTON The L K road comes closest to our store Decidedly bestplace for Diamonds Watches Clocks Jewelry 1SilverwareCut Opticial GoodsTZe NE N OPPOSITE THE PHOENIX LEXIN3TON KYI Morg G G Maloney is very sic with pnoumonia feverMisL- eona Tomlin visited Miss Juli- eFlinchum last Sunday Atsin Doriclcson had business on White Oak last Saturday and Sifhdny Was it to ircnch If sow o would have been pleased to have heard youI agree willt tho writer from Ricos Statior about when woman was made but I disagree with you about worn an being so strong sho mny be the most powerful but the met1 hero say they are very tfweet To tho two questions asked mo Iron wed the lirst question Luke 12 chapter 7 vorso only means tht 4 cognizancq jf God tlyit JIo takes note of evens thing over so small matter In answer tc the secant1 first Pcter2 chapter fI riesthoocverseof believersI feeI that so many questions are in pos Nt on The News but I would like to laic one question i What did the children of do that they word cast into four Hundred and thirty years NEWS HBK TREESFr- uit and Ornamental I Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Our Strawberry 1lants are money makeir Write for free catalogues Wo have agents HFHilleanveyer Sous Ky ri CLARK 0 IOU N T C SPOOLSI 25c as long as they last Ladies Handkerchiefs 20 dozen in lot will go atc BRIDGE Banners Lexington Chester lourley of Beattyvillo wits here attending court the first of the w eker BANKRUPT NOTICE In the District Court of the United States in and for the Eat tern 1istrictof Kentucky In the matter of Joseph D Arnett In Bankruptcy Bankrupt 1 To tho creditors of Joseph D Ar nett of Jackson in the County of Btrathitt and district aforesaid n bankrupt Notice i hereby given that on the 2i2nl day of February A D 1908 the said Jo cpli D Arnett I was duly adjudicated bankrupt and tlmttho first moetingi of his creditors will bo held at the ollice of time undersigned referee it- Beattyville Ky on tho 20th day of March A nlUUH at 9 oclock in the forenoon at which time attendiI tee examine the bankrupt null transact such other business as play properly Como before said meeting CHESTER Gourtuw Trustee in Bankruptcy March 3 1908 FARM FOR SALE 225 acres 75 level that will uplnndI75 acres covered With the finest or white oak und poplar timber als o has plenty of both kinds of coal This land is located in Morgar enmity West Liberty Ky on e mile from countyscat Good college public school I am not able to run as largo farm as this Will soil for a bum gain Write mo at West Liberty Ky Mrs W P Neal 1SS1 FOR RENT I will rent to tho highest an best bidder on Saturday February 15 1108 the Wm B May farm near the mouth of Wolfo creel- There are about 25 micros of ley- land for corn 10 micros in gross 50 acres of hill land good orch and anti good dwelling and out buildiirgs Rent payable Novom ber 1st Bofid with approved so curity Cnll on or write II C MAY Admn 9tf Bush Branch Ky 4T ROSE 8 0 SAMlIil RQSE SAMPLE Attorneys and Councelors at Law t11PlON KY This firm will practice in nil tIll courts Wolfoand adjacent count ties Specialattention to Corpo ration Law and Real Estate Litigation Offices Second Floor Farmers Traders Bank I 4 I l Forced From the Store This system of distributing almost endless stock of desirable merchandise appeals to every home keeper Sale starts March 7th 1908 Broadway and College Avenue MENS OVERALLS With bib will goat 37c Ladies Furs 2 values go at 6ge I there of items with New Not = the JEWELER Alginl Christian bondage churches FURS UTED1u1s Want especially Mink Skunk Raccoon Fox Opossum and Muskrats Ship your produce to us HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID for Hides Wool Tallow Old and New Feathers Beeswax Dried Fruit Medicinal Hoots Ginseng and Horse Hides We are Dealers and Exporters No Commission Charged and Prompt Returns Agents for largest tanners Established 18G8 Reference any bank or merchant in Louisville Shipping tags and prices on application Try us with a shipment ISAAC ROSENBAUA1 SONS 321323 East Market Street LOUISVILLE KY Farmers flit 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 j dollars an acre More recently Nebraska lands sold at that price I Lookat them now What makes them so high The land is no itbetter than it was then What caused the price to RO up People nothing hut pcqple and lots of them History will repeat itself in the Southwest = only it will not take so long The Southwest is growing very fast much faster than any other section of the United States The land in the Southwest is just as good 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 tltake the Southwest to get as many people to the farm acre as Illinois or Iowa have Just about five yearsten at the very outside When that time comes you will have to pay just as much for land in the Southwest as you would pay in Illinois or Iowa youccan get eno you years hence you will be looked upon just as the man who owns 640 acres in Illinois is looked upon todayas a substantial welltodo leading member of your community The low rafo eaeunlonsvithe Rock litandFrlicc tines the firtt and third Tuesdays of each month offer you an opportunity to tea the Southwest at very note cot Take this opportunity to set way from the cold lor a few days and enjoy the delightful weather the Southwestern farmer it having Let me send you otno Intereatlne literature about tho Southwest to rend there lone son ng Our woks about Missouri Karmai Arkansas ami Oklahoma ore full of photo rapbll and rellablo Inform ation tbn very information a man one of theca states ought to have Ill send you absolutelyUeo any of these books you want Tho Hock fitanilFrlvo Lines have no lands for sale and are only Interested In getting goad euerretle settlers far the tPrttlllnnoecnpltlt I lands along their lines To curb men helpposlble1freelyalven Write today and let us help you find a bettor location IIJOHN SEBASTIAN Paso Traffic Mgr Rock IslandFrisco Lines and Chicago Eastern Illinois R R 1350 La Salle Street Station Chicago or 1350 Frisco Building St Louis I After April 1st all subscribers who are in arrears will not receive The News Are youc in the list f The Breathitt News J WISE HAG INS EDITOR CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAR IMbllNhud livury Irlility h fl525 Sr52rS PHYSICIAN II SWANGOI Olllco and 1JAcltsoN rn SE525H5HSU5HSH5H5HHS 5E assrraw- Iu T r C II HUnS PHYSICIAN AND SUKUEOK Oflico in Postofllco Building Phono 51 Jackson Ky enfiP ficiiC w Du II P DUFF flPHYSICIAN AND SURaEo- NLost i CIIKKK KY 1 klPhonot Lnndrnms store answered i fC t C IIfC eJIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIItlllllllllimiltllllimmiHIMVRTIX ATTORNEY AT LAW OFllCi IX IIUKST 1UG 5 TACKSO KY RimiiimMiwiHiimwmiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiR Lvni but to Ile Lost Rlio caU twBN wren to tnlk of W v In Lent Or rvoti let him pat has arm about IMT nut It at Ifaiiuc b WM thuowlM bent Why he wttiViKffW awl arms could galte urrettnll hu Hut forty days of uwltlnc taxed MB rout At UruUr when to speak to him ilix tarriedtlie had ferjiottwi quite the lover e rale In fut ha toW hr plainly he was ma- rNt Heavy Realization Flattering Comparison Iullt Ito fl cab litUn d ullQgT Mh the lend motlur iiroHtlljr ftxhtfattlti the cherub 1 oa unsworwj her Imehotor brother Uori funnier than one of h9M mechanical tuyti Y MI dont have to wind him upltpdtSII Post Knlo ntThos K Mnrcuins The Kstill correspondence reach eel us loo Into for this week T B Sturdivant of tillage went to Lexington Thursdny J P Lyon insurance agent oC Hinilyville wns here Tuesday About 200 rafts of logs were taken to market on the recent title Mrs Florence Mclntcsh oC Lexington is visiting the family of ilphn Hay Pot Maloney nnd 1ilmorc Brown of the Morg neighborhood neat Simpson are quite sick Tho Ohio Valley Tie Company are rebuilding their mill which was burned n few weeks ago Albert Sizemore loft Tucsdn for Leslie county on business con netted with the War Depart inuiit II II Gibson went loincin nati Wednesday to meet his sistc from Canada antI accompany her to Jackson Joino to the Christian church Tuesday night March 10 and en joy yourself and afford amuse mont for others Did you ever attend an old fashioned spelling bee 1 If not go to tho Christian church Toes day night March 10 Strong llatton of Callu left the first of tho week with four teen men for Wallace La where they have secured positions with n lumber firm- Ashford Joseph formerly o- Lmbric has moved his family into one of D F Demons house near the brjdgo lie took charge of the bridge March 1st nnrlc contract awarded him by the Fiscal Court a few weeks ago sirs Minerva L lIn ins who has been in the hospital at Lexington for tho past three month under treatment for dislocation oj r tho knee and hip joints returned fe Thursday While she is consid erably improved it will bo severa r months yet before she is com pletely cured XV Celery at Thos E Marcums 1or y r 1 1 Circuit Court John Combs and Henry ComI wore sentenced to the penitential for 21 years each for the killin of Thomas Comb on the Limn fork of Uuckhorn about two yeas ago The jury in the cane again Stephen Brewer charged wilh cutting and wounding Jeff Kvci sole failed to ijgrco Ito case vs Bench Hands Tns called for trial Monday mornin and the Commonwealth announced ready but the defense was not ready and most of the tiny wns consumed in arguing a motto for a continuance by Judge Hod wino and J J C Hack for lht defense and A F IJvrd for the prosecution Tho court overrule the motion for n continuance Tuesday morning Special Jude W 11 Holt called the cino VH John Abncr Tho defense moved for n change of venue which was overruled and the selection of Ii jury was begun Wednesday morn jug Tho regular jury panel bcinj exhausted thirty names were drawn front tho jury wheel Urcck Crawford tho Sheriff do dined to act on account of rein ionship to the deceased Harlan Rice was appointed elisor by agreement of tha parties and he went to the country to summon the jurors The jury has not been made up as we go to tress The case vs Alien Creech lori ho murder of Charles liobcrUon ii03 been set for Saturday Kudisliei at Thos R Marcums Bradley For Fairbanks Senatorelect Win O Bradley MS come out in a strong inter icw indorsing Fairbanks for resident Ho says that Tuft annot bo elected and chargoa that the Federal oflico holders are nil A Strong Story P l1 Drcnan representing the- l ollogg Newspaper Co of Cincinnati was n caller at The News jflicc today While hero wo save him an order for n strong serial Dory tho publication of which ic begin in n short time Want a Good Meal Whon in Jackson call at the JAckson Steam Bnkery fore snare neat or a lunch Wo can also furnish fresh bread and cakes daily Mrs B N Spradling Proprietress Burned to Death Between 100 and 170 children ost their lives Wednesday as tho result of a fire which lest oycd Uio mblic school building in Ntrh 3ollinwood a suburb of Clove anti Ohio Many of tho victim yore trampled to deathwhile thers were burned and still others vote suffocated 68 and t- At Special The Board of Trustees met in special session night with Mr Norwood who roprq scnts The purpose of the meeting was to- try to agree on terms by which tho electric lights should bo started i up again FOR SALE House andlot on Elm street known as the John D Strong house at a bargain Onehalf leash balance in twelve months For further particulars call at Tho Nows oflicp Y smiimw BOUGHT UNDER THE HAMMERsHUNTtNGTC- N rC R61 iJ r BARGAIN HOUSE DOOMED Bought Under the Hammer by this Company will be Sold Regardless of Their Cost or Value until every Piece of Goods is Sold C 3000 MEl S BOYS ANDCHILDREN98 SUITS THROWN AT YOUR t1ERCY fk NO REASONABLE OFFBB REJECTED CRISIS DUE HERE SATURDAY MARCH TTH 1908When the Hands on the Dial of Your Clock Point to the Hour of 900 A M 3 The heads interested and most deeply involved have combined and joined hands throwing aside all formality as to W- i regular routine methods of distribution finally settled upon one principle and the only plan that will cause the masses E i and consumers yes merchants and storekeeperto gasp with astonishment u Profit and Cost Unrecognized The showing of new low prices bordering on marvelous will start Sarurday March 7th 1908 Broadway and College A venue I Accept any Idn InclullIyMENS DRESS PANTS Sa values will go at 498 FOR25c Saturday IRemember are hundreds of left with prices simply slaughtered that on at same time 1 American Stock Company Arnetfs New Building Broadway College Avenue I OPPOSITE BRIDGE Do Not Be Misled Look Banners JACKSON KENTUCKY OOn m mhm Wanted To rent u four room cottage Must bo in good neighborhood Apply to Henry S Barnctt at The offic- eMarriage Licenses The following marriage licenses have been issued since our last reI port I Saul Hays and Fannie Wadkins both of Jackson Marion Tuulbcc of Mary and Alice Lwson of Frozen Creek Henry Puncher of Pebworth and Elvira of Jackson Areh Johnson of Herald and Gertrude Bryant of Athol Green onions at Thos E Mar cumi4 = PHOPJE Bimklcys i Canned Fruits y Sugar Loaf 0 Canned Goods 11 GoodwinsPure Preserves Apple Butter Dutch Java and7 BrandeCoffee THOS E MARCUMS Session Wednesday Lexington capitalists AN OLD FASHIONE- DSPELLING BEE Will bo held in the basement of the Christian Church on TUESDAY NIG- HTMARCII II 10 Under the auspices of the Ladies Aid Admission 10 cents Will Serve Ice Cream and Cake r L- 1800 YAHD3 HEAVY OUTING FLANNEL PER YARD 7 l2c as long as they last CALICO FIVE CENTS A YARD Mens All Wool Suits 9 and 10 values at there items and For Lcmastcr GOOD ROADL LEXINGTON The L Eo road comes closest to our store Decidedly the best for Diamonds Watches Clocks JewelrySilverware Cut Glass Opticial Goods HEINTZJEWELER I OPPOSITE THE PHOENIX LEXIN3TON KY Morg G G Maloney is very sick with pneumonia fever Miss Leona Tomlin visited Miss Jtilin Flinchum last Sunday Algin Dorickson had busincsson White Oak Inst Saturday and SI nday- Wasit to prench Algin 1 Ifso wo would have been pleased to have heard you I agree with tho writer from Ricos Station about when womm was made but disagree with you about wom an being so strong sho may be tho most powerful but tho men hero say they are very sweet To the two questions asked mo from Ned the tirst question Luke 12 chapter 7 verse only means the cogniznncqjCind tlyit JIo takes note of over sosmalla matter In answer to the second question first Peter2 chapter 0 verse only means the priesthood of Christian boliovorsI feel that so ninny qupstionn are inipos Nl on The News but I would like toMkono question What did tho children of Israel do that they were cast into bondage four Hun dred and thirty years NEWS HER r TREESFr- uit and Ornamental Everything for Orchard Lawn und Garden Our Strawberry Plants are money makoip Write for free catalogues We have no agents Hillenmeyer Sous Lexington Ky j CLARKS 0 No T 6 SPOOLS as long as they last I Ladies Handkerchiefs about liO dozen in lot will go nt 3c the Nows TO Chester Gourley of Beattyvillo I was hero attending court the first of the woker BANKRUPT NOTICE In the District Court ofthe United States in and for the Eattcrn 1istrictof Kcntiioky In the LI f Joseph In Bankruptcy Bankrupt 1 I To the creditors of Joseph D Ar nett of Jackson in tho County I of Birathitt and district afore Bankrupt Notict given that on the 2Jnl day of February A D 1908 the said Joseph D Arnelt- wns I duly adjudicated bankrupt and thatthe tilt meeting0of his creditors will be hold ut the ollice of the undersignedreferee in Beattyville Ky on tho 20th day of March A n 1JUH nt 9 oclock in the forenoon at which time the said creditors may attend prove their claims appoint a trus toe cxuiniiio the bankrupt and transact such other business as may properly comer before said meeting ell tSTEIt GOURLKV Trustee in Bankruptcy Mardi 3 ii08 FARM FOR SALE 225 acres 75 level that will raise anything 50 acres upland rolling and the most of 1t fresh 75 acres covered with the finest o- slat f white oak and poplar timber has plenty of both kinds of coal Tljis land is located in Morgat comity West Liberty Ivy one mile from countysent Good college public school churches I am not able to run as largo farm as this Will sell for a btu gain Write me at West Liberty Ky Mrs W P Neal 1S21 i FOR RENT I will rent to the highest and best bidder on Saturday February ir 1108 the Wm BMny farm near the mouth of Wolfe creek Tliero are about 25 acres of level land lot corn 10 acres in grass 10 acres of hill land good orchard and good dwelling scud outbuildings Rent payable Novem ber 1st Bond with approved se curity CuB qn or write II C MAY Admn 9tf Bush Branch Kyi H T HOSE S O SAMlLU ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and Councelors at Law CAtltOX ICY This firm will practice in all the courts of Wolfoand adjacent coun ties Special attention to Corpo ration Law and Real Estate gation Offices Siicoiid Floor Farmers t tc Traders Bank j i t I Forced From the Store This system of distributing almost endless stock of desirable merchandise appeals to every home keeper Sale starts March 7th 1908 Broadway and College Avenue MENS With bib will goat37c Ladies Furs 6 9i2 values go at will be sale place aver saida FURS ViANTED FURS Want especially Mink Skunk Raccoon Fox Opossum and Muskrats Ship your produce to us HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID for Hides Wool Tallow Old and New Feathers Beeswax Dried Fruit Medicinal Hoots Ginseng and Horse Hides We are Dealers and Exporters No Commission Charged and Prompt Returns Agents for largest tanners Established 18C8 Heference any bank or merchant in Louisville Shipping tags and prices on application Try us with a shipment ISAAC ROSENBAUM SONS 321323 East Market Street LOUISVILLE KY Farmers in the Southwest are getting rich on the increasing value of their farms 7dollarsLook at them now Vhat makes them so non 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 Southwest only it will not take so long The Southwest is growing very fast much faster than any other section of the United States The land in the Southwest is just as good as Illinois Iowa or Nebraska land But there is more land than there are 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 When that time comes you will have to pay just as much for land in the Southwest as you would pay in Illinois or Iowa Why not buy your farm in the Southwest nowwhen you can get ltcheapclrnp enough for you to get a big one A few years hence you will h looked upon just as the man who owns 646 acres in Illinois is looked upon todayas a substantial welltodo leading member of your community Tie low nto exeunioni via the Rock lI ndFrtco Une the first and third Tuesdgs of each month offer you an opportunity to tea the Southwell at verr littl coI- Taklhi to eet away horn the cold Cor a few days andnJoy the delightfu- lotherw opportuaity t ra atmer ii having Let me end you come lntere tlnc literature about tho Southwest to rent these lone rrculnc Our honk bout Missouri K annul Arknnsao and Oklahoma are full of photoirrapli and rellabln Intern atlon the very Information a nun one of theo tates ouuld to have Ill send you absolutelytree any of these books you want Tho Kock UlamlFrlsro Lines have no land for sale and are only Interested In cettlne ifood energetic settler for tho fertile unoccupied lamia along their linen To ouch men every help poaalble I given Write todayami let us help you unit a better location I JOHN SEBASTIAN Pass Traffic Mgr Rocs island Frico Lines and Chicago Eastern Illinois R R 1350 La Sallo Street Station Chicago or 1350 Frisco Building St Low After April1st all subscribers who are in arrears will not receive The News Are you in the list 01 4 itNa1h s t B- YEEJRIGG REGISTERI ROCKfORD fA I CORRESPONDENCE t I SOLICITED It reports are to be relied upon then ore sections In the state of Mussncuu eetts where the deer are BO tame that + they feed with the domestic animals In and about the barns and sheds T I family of the district of satDurango Mexico are snld to hr among the most extensive landown era In the world having control of I mountainous territory embracing aboul e 10000000 advs- t The forest areas of the country are i belag cut at a rate which Is three times that of their growth annually If this pace la kept up It hi estimated that We jwlll as a nation be treeless and lum I xrlesa In thirtythree yeas l A broiled steak Is better than that cooked In any other way simply be- causet when broiled It retains n larger per cent of Its natural Juices which moreover will be nt a maximum If the steak is not cooked too much I i The worst practical Indictment against the whisky bottle aside from the Im mediate deviltry It Is responsible for h la that wherever you find It there are usually an empty coal bin and larder and a shortage In footwear and Clothes I Exercise and good feed are both requisites in the proper care of the r brood sow mare and cow Their con dition previous to the birth of their off U spring Is sure to affect In a twofold jway the physical strength and constl tution of their young I From numerous records which have enIider average conditions the cost per ton of putting It In the silo Is 57 cents jwhlle Its feeding value as cured silage is between 250 and 3130 per ton- i i The npteryx the only bird known which does not possess wings Isa na tlve of Australia As might be expected the blrds lack In wings is In part made good by an abnormal devel opment of leg which enables It to es cape from most of Its natural enemies I The other day we came across tho case of a gray haired dairyman who recommended that the unltlutcd teach 1calves to drink by Inserting one finger In their mouths We will wager that this mans wire broke In all the calves cud that If he did try the method ho recommends be got butted Into the cor ner with no blame on the calves either I A fact that Is staring thousands of western farmers In the face Is that they nre carrying on agricultural op erations on eighty dollar land In such n way as to virtually waste the 40 per cent of the value of the corn plant which Is to be found In the stalk and leaves The silo offers the way out and a good many are beginning to see the light I Professor Hansen of the 8 uth Da kota experiment station has propugutod ticanew variety of raspberry which Iecm to be remarkably hardy and vig orous and especially suited to culture In the northern states where so many of the tenderer varieties of this berry do not do well The new variety Is a crow between Shafers Colossal and a wild variety found growing near the Canada line In North Dakota and Boema to be a prolific bearer of berries of excellent quality IIt the federal pure food law has had as pronounced effects on the contents of bottles of sirups and canned goods manufactured for Interstate commerce as It has on the labels which t1 sesame bottles bear tho law has not been enacted In vain Instead of the bare talaebood Tare Maple Sirup which used to adorn BO many bottles and cans various delightful eupbcmlsms have ben substituted 4vcry agreeable ta the ear however tho contents with- In aaay strike the palate Honey Drip Meadow Dew and like appel lattonsare In common use having a soothing sound and are calculated to make a fellow think of toothsome buckwheat flapjacks and fried bacon The constantly Increasing price of lumber and lumber products points very strongly to the wisdom of taking better care of the home wood lot hence forth than has been accorded It In thn past The old slipshod methods In eluding little or no care and often the turning of the wood lot Into a stamping ground for horses cattle and sheep will have to give way to a more en lightened system in whIch tho trees are kept shipshape and those removed which are rlpo or have passed their maximum rapidity of growth thus giving the young trees a chance to spread and grow Not only should the old wood lot be given better care but where possible plans should be made for the Betting out of a new wood lot In the spring which If It does not provide fuel and lumber for those who do the work will at least be a revenue producer for future generations Dr Wiley chemist In chief of the de partment of agriculture asserts that before the recent federal pure food law went Into effect there were brands of strawberry Jam on the market that were made entirely of glucose hay seed and coal tar dyes While there is n much smaller quantity of these com mercial preserves on the market at present the quality has been greatly Improved and this base fraud on one et tfce finest frulti in the whole cats 1M1u1 done awoy with a f r 4 LEST WE FORGET An Ingenious Little Arrangement to AId the Memory There are many ways of remember inn important little things that we desire not to let slip out of our memos rtestying n knot hi a watch chain or In the corner of a handkerchief for In afjinee But these methods often have j the disastrous effect of reminding us that there Is something we ought to be doing without telling us what It III so perhaps one of the best ways after nil Is to make a note In writing of those Important things we do not wish to forgot An Ingenious little arrangement for this purpose Is shown In the Illnstra A UBUOnAHDUU IIOLDCM tlon nnd one In which our old half sheets of notepaper can be used Up For the foundation Is required apiece of stout cardboard about six Inches long by two and a half in width This Is smoothly covered with dark green serge edged with gold cord On tho front the words Lest we forget are embroidered In old gold colored silk fled there Is n loop of cord at the top by which It may be hung upon the wall There U 0139 another loop of cord running along the brio of Uie card over which half sheets of note paper may be folded and In this manner held in their place When ohd sheet of paper has been used all that It Is necessary to do Is to pull It away when a new ptccp pf paper will be tposed for further notes T compWte this article u pencil Is attached to IbJ right hand side by a fine silk cor- dJERICHoSPOONfR Of The Deacon Gives His Observe tions on Second Wives TELLS OF HIS EXPERIENCES How Wlfey Lit Into His Hair arts Pulled It Out by the Hall fJI After He Tried His Hands at Boss ing CopyrIght 19C6J When there caiuu a knock at the kitchen door the other evening said Deacon Spooner of Jericho to hill chums at tho postofflce when there1 came a knock at tho kltcheu tr t opened It to find Abe Bottford staffdi Ing there with tears In his eyes aKlj his coat collar ripped off and I was In the least surprised Why not b4 cause Ale married a second wife ablfd a year ago and I had been sorter Hi pectlng him every night for months Gentlemen something Is know J about my affairs In this village Tbm 4 sun LIT INTO MT 1UIH AI FUILIU H ouf nr UANDVVLIL all know that I lost my wife tbfcf years ago and after a year I marfibi again and am now living with No f I reckon ifs also purty well knowft that No 2 bosses tho roost If It haUft then Im ready to admit that she lid Shes a good woman us women go bait Ive got a tow words to say to such St you as have lost No 1 aiiu are looktfil around for the next Why docs a feller marry the flrth time Because he Is In love BecaVft Its natural Because he wants a I hnlnt saying that lots ot toler doLt make idiots of themselves tho first tluYf trying but Im contending that they dont begin with them that try It tlJto second time When I lost my first wild you all know that for the first tw3 weeks I laid on the grass under tt apple trees and was Inconsolable rail ding and milk was the only thing could cat for days I jest felt tbs there was nothing left In this worffl for mo and that I should never care ti see another dog fight or tb discuss pOt- tics or religion ogIn While this feeling was on mq Sani AhtsWs woodshed took tire and call ed out everybody In town everybody housesdidnt I llnghis dog and Moses Warner bad ftdl bushels of oats stolen from his barn nwl didnt take tJJ IIIbtel ltti 4 oJ i i test It a circus bad come along n that time I shouldnt even have look ed out of the winder to see If there were any two humped camels follerlng the band wagon- Therk was folks In this rlllafc gentlemen who chid that Id grieve tthcresnooping nroprja otter No 2 within o year As tme I felt that I was viotins away and was powerfully stir prlacd one day to find myself eating heartily of p bulled dinner From that time I began to pick up but for months afterward I had no more thoughts of marrying agln than Lem uel G Jhe1rt has 6f putting his foot agin the hdt stove It seemed to mi that the min wh lost sushi an angel- o a wlems i had Reserved to be shot for tbiukl4of marrying agin st when the idea hit me that Id better lobk areundya little for anothe w inllni cttt say I think It was aver Id cooked mj own meals made toy ow bed sewed on my own but tons alidnshed tty own shirts for seven or Sight mohtha Tken the feel lng itolp s vw ins that there was room la the house for another It sorter sheered tae at first but Im saying that Its a feeHflfc you can get used to Ill a day or two As soon as I be gin to winder If I really ought to marry ag1n I found myself advancing a iJoced reanooa why I should Found the Wldd r OUnn Well it haint no secret that I lOOked around and found the wader Olena 1bemgtii have been looking around at the Atilt time but Im not going to ear that such Is the case At first it was a Lion with ox whether a widowercould love tot the iecoad time within a week after I had hit the wlddera trail that quee talon was settled la the afflrmatlv I lt a heap more In love thai ontborr5t OC IlJ oi AM you war kuld enoo li to aay tbat Imade I- Iduled fool bf myielf and though I coUidni fieo It then Im admitting roilof It how ha tltd the wlddera house da tuYnlaht I bun around her gate at on to her 1 posted rnyttlj w punrlsva IJJII mwtk ind raooria rind babbling brooks tot her sake For her Jake 1 quit wearing paper toliara and bought the real stuff give you all it chance to say that Id hruig up In tie poorhouse When I took b to the circus and Into allt- llfJ ajdeijhowa besides and bought peA nuts and candy on tot of that li BeenieU to moat of you that I Had g he ctaIy Gut I Will simply tn 10 OHce when the wldder had to go nweyjtfr a day t went over and found he tra tS at till back d or and sa beside ilfcm for Hours and hours If that I1O apttlb tlil question of wheth er can love the sppgn time IIJdft knew ei 1 wEs two long month bcsltatlrig Ovef naming the wldder to be mludand fot the rest of you watt saying that shed lump at the chance Xffbbc y6u was right I know that Then I finally inflnaKcd to get up the 1lflJillIqp t Hardly got my mouth open b foro stte afot you Rfi we tefll mflrrled 3 mouth titer And dwcClwM the real plnt Id bein boYd df the house same as all dari boss of yours Wasnt It- anterai tdr me to keep right on boss IngT IIAiI the thdugbt of surrendering thl reJM of lorJffnment occurred to win IA nfaB dpd a husband tq be treAted llta a wJJ or a slave At the flnU go in b2 bdsslng was a novelty and I rawer liked If and encouraged It I was still ih I n10U see After abWit J month tMH Uovelt1wore off and I idh tdaUert myself I took the bofciijlg iUsl lea Into my own Uattda Whir fflllferedl Why that wllffe gds fight Up 6A her hind legs and mirie M I bide for forty rOOK ardfcnd She got out ten words to iny onT t JV her by the ear to sit lift down Ufa chair and hush her tlptsHiiallt IfiJb niy hair and pulled It out by Mnd Oil wttii aver aifd had a talk with Joljb HAmderamiih who Is living with iM Ho I I thought Jon coBld 8H6w i i till but I was m takHi ifIIhcd beta a crush Oli ktrlfftfe rtytorlears and years and oxptoq for the remain defof li dill It has got ao at lair hoVie tKt wben a Ughtnlug rod man oofreerI bf JOt to Inquire r ditdel1ltnfttf op be run off the p tUetr 1ltn I went and had a talk- with tiM ftalor df thy church lie nil vWed dtf thdtI try moral suaslon J went tiol ifld tried It and found myself Id tub k yard with the doe locked ioH t freeing night hie4 the Roost rbtftHiJhWtt wW bosses the roos- tMiltpd8rif WUo hitiflles till cash Mrs Spoon ler IWtfS tElilme when I can go and w SpoonerwhJ my bra gp6t6erIm what you all kuSw fifid tHAt rf the gossip of the towh She ntideup her mind when she bShJ tHS i that shed be the boat iM b avtaVed It out Thats th way Itb h7s No 1 knuc kle1 rLf1I l down Ind lets you do the booting Xifd tnlnkf Its all right but SheIntendtirlettyMr add iilfjiolng to keep It or redl R toat youU wish you wag fir oilF + N r t Iffltlenien that Im eaytng kbthfng dtln Mrs Spooner She rfttNFu IkOh Lord bat such 1lct1edJacB43 nf she does put ups And offf sAttlif makes you grin frohf ytipct it your heelal Just one it INufheUt women In the county and I e fSit ihell outlive rnll by twenty yidrS bait t have bad to use her for alt lllfistrotlon She married mGi Ce boedijd she Is hoes same As dti tbq otliorKf 7a I hale t ex actly sayIrfg fliat the man who lose No 1 sljiuldnt fo9k for a No 2 but Im saying U 1 It he does he ought to know whirs coming to him and what bVll be sure to get Ive fit agn K and Hi aid fit but Ks BO go Totflght ape lentil me down here niter a gallon of lie and says I cau star Jolt forty minutes Them forty Is So mf hiy nigh Up that Ive got to get 4 hump on le and run all the way home and even then Mrs Spooner way be standing there with a club to- hltIPO wfi5n I jump through the atIi Mt g9AA- I t 4 i 4a Irr rIt Does the Business Mr K E ChambtrUn of Clinton M lne says of Huck1en Arnica Salve It does the biuinr iI hue mired it fur piles and it cured them U ed It for chapped hand and it cured them Applied It to in old lore and it hralyd it without letting a scar behind 25n U Jackson drug etoro- By Their Work Ye Shall Know Them Yep replied 81 Whipple the and lord of the Benson Bend hotel ther sausages Ive ben afeedln my guests air made from kaulnes Howd yer And thet outs Inquired the postmaster Waal 1 fed era engages ter a week and bj guest I bad begun ter growliudgea Libra ry A Higher Health Level i have reached a higher health- Isvel since I began using Dr Kings Sew Life Pill writes Jacob hiring r of Nest Franklin Mar n ThrywIs keep mt stomach titter and b working just right If lltr r illc liiappblnt you on trial WHMMM rli r refunded at Jeksn11ru Bt I5c vein Hutbanf FMI- B M courteous and considerate to your kubanda people M you would b- etoMZ own Do Mt think that every fault found every dlunwble word uttered U dl rct4 at your I peat tIp t9 your husband about ato ptoptt Tell lira of the pleaaatit things they do and not of the unpleaa aat hIIown kin and you wljl be very certain It will not U greater this It Is for yesWhen you married your htiVian t you 4 his tiliulir In n way anl you can show no greater love anti ton derness to him than by giving and In vltlng lovi and respect from hi pen pie I 1 Cur n 1 lsve fmi ml itii n1 111Iuf Loud I I Buctrle IMtltr + 11 N- bo il It brr i or a I io4li t v and It iiiiirt jtiluc jr l Minmioion Tin UTS III loincand hloodMrrtncveqe k II lief in all stomach aver slid kidney complaints and the inUry of Urn hack Hold under kinrniil a at Jnck Ion drug store Wild Tribe ef Poets Among the wild tribes to be found la the Pbliuu i are 111 RofPtof the nioat pIctufOHqup people to the tropic Their origin U unknown and all aorta of opinion have been expressed concerning them One tale told of them Is that their Ant anew tora were all pott and musicians sad that the dlillkv for the practical which Is always Hovpnbp IIPPPR tltom has come down tUroggH the ueueratloni Those that have taught among the llogobos say tfiat glveu a song or a poem to learn they will study and dream over It fur hours but give the Bogoba a problem In arithmetic and he Immediately becunjes Ii l i WRHtI to go homo Manila American Rank Foolishness When atttoktd by a cough or a anld or when your throat li sore It b rank foolishness to tale any other medicine than Dr Kings New DlieoT ary says G 0 EUridge of Empire Ga I have used New Discovery even je r and I know it Is the ben remedy on earth for OUUIalld colds group and all thrust and lung tr tub lei My children are i bjnot in croup nut New Discovery quickly cures every tttaek Known the world over as- K ng of throat and lung remedies Md under a guarinte nt Jackson rug store boo and S100 Trial bottle free Cotton matures rapidly requiring about a month from time of blooming till the boll bursts and the crop Is ready fur l lckat Whowill be- PresIdenty This is a Presidential year and every man must read to keep posted on politics The COURIERJOURNALHenrylWatteraon Is a Democratic Newspaper but it printi the news as it develops Ono dollar a year is the price of The Weekly- CourierJournal But you can get that paper and The Brcathitt County News Both One Year For 150If you will give or send your order to tho News NOT to The Courier Journal Daily CourierJournal 600 a Year SundAY Courier Journal 200 a Year We can give you a combination cut rate on these if you will write W The New 7 CAMP FUJINISHI1GI Comfcrt Should Be Carefully Studied In Their Selection NOT MANY PIECES NEEDED Very Quaint and Rustle Styles Found In the Shops Easy Though to Be Your Own Crpntcdr Poles the Beat Material The following furniture suggestions may be of Interest to owners or pros pective owners of small camps In the woods In the Ideal camp every piece of furniture supplies an actual want The easy chairs are easy to sit In the settees roomy and soft and the to UOBIIH cuiiu Wes and desks of convenient height This matter of comfort should be as carefully studied In the inflection of simple camp furniture as In that of the most expensive pieces It Is a ques tion of proportion of careful adjust meat of parts to the whole Furniture of qqajnt and rustle style way ha found In the shops but It is even better to have It built by a carpenter or unskilled workman or to build It oneself Next to an original and Interesting design solidity of con struction Is the prime requisite Care fal cabinet work la ujinpcesiBry find RCCurato Joining superfluous No glue should be used but Instead pin sail dowel construction OB exposure to rain melts glue nod choir and tables infrequently needed outside the tamp Cedar poles make the brat material The bark can be left on giving a BWISOIKO BUT charmingly sylvan effect But wherever a rough surface might prove un pleasant to the touch as on the anus of chairs the wood should be planed and sanded No statj le pocwmiiry o0- Faso bark und the planed surfaces uiay be left to the finishing of time Very few pieces of furniture are needful Built In fitments can be made to take the place of movable pieces and are both more qtef9Stlni and less expensive Olialo and ta Lion are nowever necessary and a swing seat Is a desirable adjunct to a camp on a rainy day Cedar poles and slab are used In Its construction and It Is hung from the ceiling hy ruij thann f iarrdot reclining chair Is the most comfortable seat In existence and should be Included In even a short list of furniture The proper meas urements can be obtained from any good example of the style Cedar poOl JvBTP TXJL TABLE are used lu 1U construction In connec tion with slender branches of saplings which form spindles In the sides and back The cushions may be made of some Inexpensive material and stuffed with cotton An armchair of unusual design Is shown lu tho cut It to hullt of pine slabs nM cedar posts and la I iTQYlded with a pillow A small table would be useful In an out of door ox istence The slabs of which the top is made are planed to furnish a smooth surface for work or for serving tea Uf rwsl of Housekeeping When earths last picture le duitcd Arid the floors are painted and drIed When the oldest carpet ti beaten And the youngest spider has died We shall resland faith we shall need ui Lie down for a moment or two Till the dust on the grand piano Shall set us to work anew And those that are clean shall be happy They shall eat off a kitchen chair And dash with m seven lulu broomstick At the back of the ohlffonUr We shall have real paint to lean on rite everything into the hall And scrub for hours at a sitting And sever be tired at all And the man of the house will praise us And will more than probably blame And we never shall got any money And certainly not any fame Out each for tit joy of the cleaning And each hi her feminine glee To look just as well as the neighbors Par the sake of things they might see Laura Simmons tn Circle The New Veil The now veil for windy weather has come In black or white or colored pets and must be big enough to cover the chapeau back and front It has a little catch that hooka It at the brim of the hat In the hack and then le al lowed toflow or may be caught right at the back of tho neck with tho In evitable veil pin These veils are for riding driving or automoblllug and are very be coming When automoblllng the ends may be crossed In the back then brought to the front and planed under ttt cbla r- FLORIDA AND NEW ORLEANS QUEEN a CRESCENT VIA ROUTE I I I Winter Tourist Tickets Foe bfomadoa MIllie of Iwuls r ua KINO Q Po l I How You Can Judge e There Is an old saying my hoar said Tightwad thot youcnnt Judge n man by his clothes Y NNo rejoined Mrs Tightwad but refusestobuy The Test Isnt he one of the most sueccMfirt financiers of the times I should nay col Whyfhjce grand Juries have tried in vain get him lu JiHUouston Post LIEIRAILWAY WINTKH FIJI TAlJLH EFFECTIVE NOV 18 1900 NO lc 3 WESr BOUND DailyEx AM rn Lv Jackson Q ID 2 20 O A K Junction 0 15 2 2 Elkatawa C 20 2 3Q Athol C 4Q 2 52 Tall Yn U 40 3 00 St Helens 0 CO J 11 Beattyville 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