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Spccialatcntion to Corp Iltie Law I1rt lI11 1o1 tt i c m FloorFlrmors- t TradQzs1 I3 n rS j1 1 A I ro r ItIJat JJ1Jr 1I I t1 Z 4 FYi tf4 V3 p A 5 CI D L ALLEN JEWELER 1IAIX ST O1I 1OSTOI l ICE hits for sale a nice line of WAlCIIES EUBLEillISS BVB G1ASSI2S SPEGTACLES and all klntls or Jewelry REPAIRING A SPECIALTY Prices Koaaonablo Pleaso oallj and examine J l Y tf1 0 S f 0 IRYANAN1KERNTkkU Democratic Convention zL4 WORXilATDtlWR CONCLUDED J- S O II I Nebraska Sage Nominated m1dt1 Scenes otthe Greatest Enth liam The Platform Addresses oTmpo rary and Permanent Chalrmcnand Scenes and Incldentf s f 1ITHE TICKET 11 o For lrllll1ltjWILLTA1II Jflt4qlFor jJOJ4N1DWifliawt3hnIflsliryan tho thlid limo for tho ofilceor pfrBl dant of tho United Slates litUi6 Dem ocratic national convflntlori nnild fumes of frenzied ciiililislaHin Th result cnmo after nn ntpHlxht srsslori which wajHept In u constant 61ulu of turmoil up IB the culmjnatluc xa u1t wLedt Ihi teraka kaOd WM procUlmml the chrlca of tile conven 11l1uLfarllibearerThe nomination was inndo on Iho first nd only ballot tire vote illan1 tog William J nryan S32 A Governor John A Johnson 4C Goorgu Gray G9UInil announcement of the vote wan the slcnal for a lid demonstration durllllIOIIwhich on Wednesday afternoon greeted the Ilrst nonllon of Air Dryuni name In tho convenyq i The sotiQ withlfl tho amphitheater At the moinyiu tliJf noinlnttlort wait made wn one of stirring unlmulIpj From pit to ilonio llio VUt bulldlfij wan packed with 10000 people It was u spvctnclc of Krundlnwj propor tlona tfor bn tier and gallery on gal lory of agitated forms the women In white the delegates massed boltfwr many of them coaUcusC a Hi IuOi of fans fluitirlng tocomlwt Ihd stillln heat and close ntmosphore of tbla long puntUp exuberant mullltiuto ever ready to spring Into feverish ott breaks of cntnuMitiitn and uvcrywh in the blaze of flame bunting and pa WILLIAM J llltYAN If mocrailc Candidate For Iresldent- trlotlc devices and the envaloplng folds of Old Glory Twice before the throng had been moved Into u mad ecstacy first by tho speech placing tho name of Bryan In nomination and again when that of Governor Johnson of Minnesota wan proposed but those manifestations I Ued before tho culminating outburst of emotion Before tho Nebraskan actual nomination wes madu tilt wholtf aMombly roue mi tuaisa way log flags ltniidkurbisfi iiewspuperK hats and coats anything and cvury thing which hands could lay upon U wave aloft or hurl luto tho air while n bedlam of Bound poured out front these 10000 throats In exultant yells catcalls Cojnnche warwhoops with tho added din of shrinking horns till roar of megaphones and the strains of the band playing an exultant anthem When for n moment order could be secured out of Ibis tempestuous chafw of demonstration stato after state which had at first recorded Unvote for Johnson or Gray foil Into the overmastering column and tlu nominAtion was made unanimous and by acclamationThe of the vote had boon followed with breathless Interest as state after state swelled tho Hryin strength When Now York wits reach cd In the call at states the announce ment of Chief Murphy ijssentyclfiht votes for Bryan brougtif out a wild outburst of enthusiastic approval which for a time compelled the sits pension of the roll call A further de lay was caused by a demand for a poll of the New York delegation On this poll many of tho New York dele gates Including Judge Attdn IJ Par ker tho presidential riomlneo four years ago remained silent but the en tire 78 votes of tho delegation were cast for Bryan under tho unit rule Pennsylvania was similarly called after sharp disagreement within tho delegation nnd the voto of Pennsyl vania as finally cast was divided Prior to the culminating scene In the convention hall whon the nomina tlon of Bryan was flails the assem bingo had listened for hours to the oratory of nominating speakers who moved them frequently 16 outburst ol fQVorlsh exccment It baa boon ex I 1IIt Ir iA pected that 7- tIt p1atfw 11 i ready for ado1n at 7icl ii Jn ths- ivtftiittgyiben tbpigtzioi fJ Irtn at that ourthiiion rrso1u1ipn was M triIvgfItg TfKtf thdiirnpw relaiog y1licur iiie Ufer tsIrf the M 11 tUG t1fnjI4 Cl1iir ltpuraa CCJS A 9nvflViionwould teed7 ilDor r twoulJ1- bp 1ittll1tgblitqytjitt j jilt itL 1iijy liteM f4greuplantha regular ordqruJ Jpst fio wa Bunpondcd ion IJr rJtdil rp t1lj llftitoYig ntls for npraltiatldns or the a Jfc with the undurstajtllnK that yt pmlnal lind soodttig spuli ould be Jnndi1tJihout ft nna1 0 ntI1tfltl platform haul been adtfpl At d oclucH thenomltJ cs bqjfnn and dsltgaten i eetaor1t- wtre ztlrrecl with eagcre lncy at tho supreme uud long iii d work of nominating fhu piesid ii caitill JjAlqbumii 110 roil call IeIilt to NdiIraskL tj iiotiio sliite it Mr Uryah wiie sinari j Diinn lof hatfnfni U flUit InlIIl irIftrastflCs 8114 to a iitli4Ici- ttidltince which ureetaS i litter zin o of trlbutoto the bt Irsiicr- te e e 0 0 BRYANS CAWE e JSVf Horn Rjlcm III Start ICC nlluatl1 Illinois Coit iiIn- S Olctorlan of liln class iI iiiiFt lol to Mr July 1881 flarr ajy UlliHlwth lUlnl Ort 11 I Ic tnuvril from Jrtckfonlllc lll to Itnc ln web 1S87 rlfrlfmln fi KTvtf In iSIO n 45l tO 1ftf Democratic twiil t i1It eflSDemorralle nominee Kir WffpriH denry or the Imlrd gUIBPn H96 nd 1V0nrgarhcjJlor Ii of Svounteers for paJidt ri tin wnr and liecarac f hI 3 ttnMOIird hili wj r th I Commoner 1901 olf i lIltk S liti to 1Hk at ine Oojj rn ioltt St IjIl 1H1 tS nrounil ih woir1 4Wit 1IIIIi tile phHp II 1I f tiig Co ntre of tlJllIl i1Ut I iidtlTcsd IiI lI I taplfllanedal 1 o Jniiion July Zt Art Itic tee pi iin on 1lIii Xew 1oik Augi JIO 14 eMfUi i5 S rllbU in vtlimr at el putattlr lrIr1lI1 S by Prtli1snt IiOIJ4V4 ft a siit eoittrtdf ri =5jtt oim rviitlun it utI itvoR ure4I J I elJttJiIiORStr1 wa- snietkl TJ1j teVithot zoa r Im ualoft hit battle scared fladnf Ucni ocracy tliroucli Ihc camjialgija of 1S96 situ 190p with the devotion jind faith merllcaTitle was the alKnal for a long conI tinued uproar rivalling n Iutt nlty and duration the dent0ntriitiph of WvJncsday which lasted I hotly and wJOhljJnNJIIblnse citcmcnt Tho dcUgatesU tItl7lthlti- lliles standards and gaihvrcd them an I lie residing olllcurV plnttomi whllo tho galleries broke Infy tumulUK Ills clamor Tho demotwtrat for lasted upwards of 15 nilnuus At times It assumed such proportions of madntss- as tho oxclted throngs rustic through tho aisles toward the plati rut that there was jorloua danger it panic Men and women were bowled over In tho mad pnrush of fln hearing un thuslnsts One woman Iftlflcd anti was carried from the hall i The nomination of Covert ar John son of Minnesota precljiltatoc another whirlwind o excitement If not BO long siistalncd hardly less entliusl astlc titan for Bryan Tho di cgatlpn from Minnesota standing w f their chairs and waving flags landker chiefs hats and anything fit t could be waved wore the atornV i hipjf of tim rtenontrattt n while g lUll of iutinreil Ublpfiates here an toro IIMllrDOImtn enthusiasm and on every b hd Iho waves of Johnson demo trailon swept back and forth from en to end through the great building Tno Gray nomination also ccelved its full share of enthusiastic n iproval althouch tho nominating sp Irving L Handy of Delaware as fre quently Interrupted by the iUpaticnt crowd and finally by tho ar ival of tho cominutce on resolutions It was after midnight when the nominating speeches were tJiiltorar ly suspended to receive tbe report of tho resolutions committee Governor HiuiVell ot Oklahoma committee mode the report anneunc lug at Jho oitset that It was prcsentffi DB tho unanimous view or lIe comnI1i leo the ontlrcB ctpbcr lilp 5tf wlilfih rouged theinsolTea OI1t cttornlHanking Gorcrnof 1irha eyt MIICeof their United nttitjr Tile inundation of jarty IJrlllerrtJns te celvcd wit j close itnontlon talf with frCiucnt domrnuitratloHs of assent The provision concerning injunctions wai punctuated bY applause and at Itti conclusion a ringing cheer went ilp from delegates fctid spectators The provisions concerning trust rallvai regulation Income tax ian varbUs Dtherprobllms nVikened livily OIl probation ibo platform wrs jidoptcJ by a rousing unanimous vo e tBryans Statement Lincoln Neb July 10 ia follow Ing statement was made by 11mf nceImcntlent 5 J The irestdency Is the l ob tJ trn1 Alp J0 w ono occupying I It can afford to have I his VIAWS upon public qucitlorm blated Thy personal atrfbitlon ncoognlzlug this fespon Jlilllty to Ood anti his ob libation oJIs llnttmOIl ho fhould enter on tjio dlicliargo of his duties with Blnjeno38 of purpose BoKevInK- flmtf onecan beetdo this when ho lu noV plaunlnRlror 1v seccmd term I an nouncd now as I have on former occasions thut If elected I fchall not boa candidate for Yc election This In n nomination as purnly fro jv the people aS can be nml If elected iny obligation will ho as purely to tlio peoplo I up predate the honor Iho more because It camu not from one pdruon or a feW persons but from tho rank arid tile I acting freely and wlthoutconipululOn 111m vory much pleased wittlii platform It Is clear spoelflc mid strong and I am grateful to the con vention for tim work It hhB done In stating the Issues I am sure that tho platform will greatly strengthen as In tin fight woare tnterlns ijjOHN W KERN It rIndiana Man Is Nominated for Vice President Dpnvor 1ulrlQAt the final sea ElOll Friday of the Democratic con vantfou Iitn Jwhti W Kern of hull ana was nominated for vied preddont by acclamation Ills numo was pre sented lo the convention by UnKald Marshal and was seconded by a jtnHt of delegates Including Oovdrnor Iollc ot Missouri Charles A Tgwne of Now York Clark howell of Jcorpln ami Archibald McNelll of Coiufcctlcul wore also placed In nomInation As Iho call of states proccnlTl It soon became evident that the Indiana J man would land Tim naniou of Towne Howell nnd McSelll were withdrawn and Kern was nominated by ncclamatlon i ii it JOHN W KEKV I Democratic Candidate For Vice President CHAIRMAN BELL Delivers the Keynote Address at the Opening Session Theodore A Doll of California In assuming his duties as temporal chairman of the national Democratic convention bounded the laity keynote as follows- o liavo ttssomblod at n time when the public consclonce Is doinnndlng honesty of purpose In the men who undertake to direct time affairs of Ktuti The public oyo Is keenly semi ttltlve to every political movement nnd our procuedlngs hero will ht ap proved according to tho degree of sin certty appearing III the work of this convontlbn There Is a widespread IxAief founded upon evidence of con vlncijH character that tho party In power lisa not boon true to Its trust that it has betrayed time common In terest Into the hands of the enemtpa of good government thereby forfeit big Its right and destroying Its ability to rule In the name of thu people There are three things that this convention should do It ought to present In a plain and Intelligible manner the serious Industrial and present conditions that are disturbing the pence arid happlncsg of our country We should then proceed to a courageous inxposuro of the Ropuhll can pollclea that uru cooperating with private greed in Ufo general oppres sion of tho people Most Important ot all wo must exhibit a readiness end an nUllity to grasp problems oft the hour and to effect their solution lit a manner that will satisfy the BO her common sense of the multitudes Vjhoa6 Interests are al stake o rational man can be opposed tot rlonttoll as such and the asucr lion that the Democratic party Is wag tag iui IndlFcrlmlnato war against this cqnvcQlent form of transacting bust nesjthas no foundation In fact t Is abuse only of corp rntu power that we scek to ollnHnalo Viewed In tho Jlshtof a great moral Institution the control of corporations ghould remain a question of common Concern rather than a political otto tut the shameful complacence pf tho Republican party In per mitting Its forces to ho controlled and operated by the most offending cor porations of the country throws the problem Into the political arena and compels the public to chooso between the Democratic party that will and tho Republican party that will not place some restrictions on Incorporated l Further greed amendment to our laws living the federal government super ia cD 0 o r tl i r rw J vision over the Issuance of railroad stocks and bonds Is demanded Th fixing of transportation charges ano site control of Issuances of rail conIrallrrad The Domocatlo party bo Moves that tho first thlnj to do Is Iff secure a physical valuation of the roald that Ign valuation of tho solid Hither than the liquid assets of rail rpad corapanUa While on the other liarii tliC Republican party on n roll cl1l III the convoutlfm by an over whelmlTij vote took nn unequivocal stand in favor of a system of water rates without giving the people tho beneflj of a meter Tim Democratic Idea IM that whore the tariff enables the trusts to main lain 11 systemof extortion the duly should be romovtd from all trust made goods so competition from abroad may compel reasonable prices to our own peoplo There Is n vast dlfTonjncebfitwcen the protection of America if Industries and Ihe protec thou of criminal monopolies THE PLATFORM Declaration of Principles Adopted by National Democratic Ccnvention The UiiHmal Democratic convention adopted the following declaration of imriimclpiesIUV thff rrprrwntntlvcs at tlw l moo racy of tho tultril Stain In national convrtillAn niwfinMcd reatllrm hur twllef In And pudgy our loyalty to the iirlncl ilts of tlio party We rpjoloe at time Increasing sign of cuunlryThegrnfl and xilltlcal corruption to till rpIresontntlvdi of predatory wRiilth and laM bare the uiiHorupulouH melho 14 by which thty havedetinuctird flwton and preyod upon n cJefcniuilosH public through the suljsrrvlnu olliolnln whom they hate role d to pare and rower The conKilvnc of tho nation lj now 8 ret to free the government from the srij of those wliti have nude M n bud l corporatlOngovernment and be ndmlnlstcrrd in Ml It riepaitmentu HccardinR to the Jiltermini in maxim Kqual rights to all spa chat rrivlcKe Ja none1 Sliiill the people ruler Is tho iivur linduxvlng Isaue which manlf Hts Jtuclf In all thu question nowi under dIScuHslun OffiCeholders Colnrldpnt wIth the enormous Ihcrense ianxpciiitltur n In a like addition to the number of nillcehuldwfe During the pM ytar n784 wire aiMrd casting Jltlts HeI ot new olllcis rrcnted aside from muny coinrnmlonii has been 99319 rntallii nn additional expenditure of nearly SiO OV0009 na agaInst 11JOi9 new ollcee ireatfij uiuUr the Clefctand and MKli Iky admInIstratIon rhlJh Involved un I cxjiriidlture of oull I8009tf00 We do I nounra this greet and growing Inureasn In the number uf ofllcrholdors as not I only tmnrccumry and wn tefnl hut nlnt I opInumlJrIPUGIuscEconomy In Administration The Itvpubllcan coiiBrcua In the ROIIAlon Just ended has matte npproprlatlotiH amounting to JlOOSOOOOQO exceeding the total oxpunuituroH of the pat fiscal year by 190000000 and leavIng n drllrlt of mAYi than SAO000000 for the fiscal year Wo denounce the heedless waste of till pwiflen money which has resulted In title npiMlllriK Increase im R shainvful vloliition of a prudout conditions of gov ernmpiit It Is not BUrprUIng that In the lace of thin shocking record the tin publican platform contalnn no refwrcnrc to economical administration or promlsn thereof In the future Wo demnnd that n stop lie put to this frightful oxlrnvi RIIIIIO and Itmit upon the BtrlotnHt run limy In every departiucnt coninitlblo with frugal and vlllclont udmlnlntrulloii Misuse of Patronaae We condemn all a violation of the srlrll of our Institutions the action of lift present chief executive In using the patronage of his high otllci to secure the hOlT nation of one of hIm cabinet olllccra A fnrctd Buccvimlnn In the prestldcncy In scarcely lee 1I repugnant lo public Rcntl inunt that Is Ufa tenure III that ofllce The right of the people to freely select their oillclals Is Inalienable and can not be iltkKUlid Home Rule We assert our confidence In and ad miration for the wisdom of the fathers In so drKanJilnp the federal government as to secure home rule to the people of each Ktate and we pledge ourselves to combat with UHtexiIng vigilance the efforts of those who ore strIving by unur pullout to seIze the pow srx of the people of the states for exploitation by thu fill era Bovernmcrit Tariff We welcome the belated promise of tariff reform now affected by the Uepub Mean party In tardy recognition of the rUhtcotirncs of the Democratic position on this question but the people can not safely entrust the execution of this Important work to n party which Is no deeply obligated to tho hlRhlyprotectvd IntereFtj as Is the llepubllcun party We call attention to the nlKnineftnt fact that the plomlsed relief was postponed until litter the coming election an election to succeed In which the Itcpubllran party must have that same support from the beneficiaries of the high protective tariff ax It hiss always heretofore received from them and to the further fact that during the years of uninterrupted power no notion whatever has been taken by the tccpubllcan congress to correct the ad mltudly existing tariff Inliiultlcs W favor Immediate revision of the tariff by the reduction of Import duties Articles nnterlnR Into competition with rust controlled products should be placed upon the free list and material reiluo tlons should be made In the tariff upon the ieervaarlrn of life esix clally upon rrtlrlcs competing with such American manufactures as oro sold abroad more ihraply thin nt home and crudimto re iiluutlons should be made In such other ichcdules as may be necessary to rantore the tariff to a revenue basis Trusts A private monopoly Is Indefensible and Intolerable We therefore favor the vie crete enforcement of the criminal law auulnst trust magnates and oltlclaU and demand the enactment of such additional legislation as may be necessary to make It Impossible for a private monopoly lo exist In the United States Amnnc the additional remedies we specify three First a laW preventing a duplication of directors among computing corporations second a license system which will without abridging the right of each state to create corporations or Its right to reg ulate us It wll foreign corporations doing business within Its limits make It nec p siry for a manufacturing or trading cor poration engaged in Interstate commerce to take out a federal llcunso before It shall be permitted to control as much M 15 per 9 aV w Vb pro ucV IA vlUel U I t r t J pUbllQideals the license to protect the from waUrrd stook and to prohibit thI control by such corporation f more thin to per rent of till total amount of anyIprod ot consumed In thi United ntatti and a tlilid lw compelling such licensed corioratoiis to sal to all purchaser In till parts of the country on this came terms after making due allowance for i coat of trahsroratlon I Railroad Regul We assert the right of rclse complete control commerce and the right to exerclie IJlie control lIonsIwithin Its borders We demand such towers of the Interstate mllnn as may be n railroads to perform their duties at mon carriers and prevent comIand extortion We favor the efficient supervision rule regulation of railroads engaged In I Interstate commerce and JLp this end WII recommend the valuation of railroads by the Intersate commerce commission such valuation to take lute connldcrjtlon the phy lral value of the property the original cisf of reproduction and all ela Iments of value that will render the valu ation fur anti just e We favor such legIslation as ittli pro lilWl the railroads from engaging In hue liiosii which brings them Into competition with the slrtppers also legislation which will assure lIun reduction In transporta tion rites as condition will permit car beliiR taken to avoid reduction that would compel u reduction of wage or 10 Injustice to IcKlllmale Invtatmculs Dankjng The panic of 190T corning without any lexlllmate excuse when the Republican party had for a decade been In complet control of the federal government fur nlshPH additional proof thut It Is either unwilling or Incompetent to protect the Interests of the aencrul public It has so linked the country to Will street that the sins of tIle speculators are visited upon the whoa people II has used an emergency for which It Is largely respon sible to force through congress a bill changing the baste of batik currency anti Inviting market manipulation and his failed to give 10 this 15000OuO depositors of the country protection In their savings We believe that Insofar aa th peed of commerce require an emergency cur 4 krney such currency should bo Issued controlled by the federal government and leaned on adequate security to national and Mite banks Ve pledg ourselVM to legislation under which the national banks shall be required lo establish it guarantee fund for the prompt payment of time depositors of any Insolvent na tfonal bank under an equitable system which slull be available to all state banking Institution Waning to use It Wo favor a postal irving bank If the guaranteed bank can not be secured and ttidt It be so constituted as to keep thor JIdeposited money fn communities where t It Is establlshd Hut we condemn the policy of tIP Republican partyln propose IHR postal savings banks under a plea of conduct by which they will aggregate the deposits of rural communll end redepoult the sam while under govern ment charxeln the banks of Wallatrest- thu depleting the clrculillnc medIum of I ftaJvorlngIncom Tax ijgKaL fc We favor n Income taxas our revenue system and w klurcer the sub fMmliRfon of aconstltutlonalt lBjir r Mild collect a tax upon inn vldual and corporate Incomes to the end that we dlli miy bear lIe proportionate sharof tike burdens of the federal oem mcht ALabor and Injunctions Pxperhence has proven the necessity of a modification of the present law relating to Injunctions and we reiterate theIpledge of our national platforms of and 1904 In favor of the measure which passed the Knlted State senate In 1896 lint whlih a Republican congress has ever Klnre refused to enact relating la contempts In federal courts and provid ing for trial byjury In caves of Indirect rS contempt Questions of judicial practice have v arisen especially In connection with In dustrial disputes We deem that tleparties to all judicial proceeding shouhl be treated with rigid Impartiality nnJ that Injunctions should not be Issued In tiny cast In which Injunctions would not Issue If no Industrial disputes were In volved We favor the eighthour day on all government works We pledge the Democratic party to the enactment of a law by congress as far as the federal jurisdiction extends for a general employers liability act covering Injury to body or I as of life of employ Philippines We condemn the experiment In Imper- Ialism as an Inexcusable blunder which has Involved us In en enormous expense brought us weakness Instead of strnegth and laid our nation open to the charge of abandoning a fundamental doctrine of Heirgovernment We favor an Immedi ate declaration of the nations purpore to roORiilza the Independence of the Philippine Islands as soon as a stable government can be established such In dependence to be guaranteed by us awe guarantee the Independence of Cub until the neutralization of the IslanC can be secured by treaty with other pow ar3 In recognizing the Independence of of the Philippines our government should retain such land as may be necessary fur coaling stations or naval bases Telegraph and Telephone We pledge the Democratic party to the enactment of u law to regulate the rutii t and service of telegraph and telephone companies engaged In the transmission I of mrssjges between the states under the jurisdiction commission of the Interstate conllnercaIPopular Election of Senators I We favor the election of Unlttd senators by direct vote of the regard thIs reform as the Statatother national reforms Asiatic Immigration Wo favor full protection by both na tional and state Bov mmnts within their rewpectlvo spheres of all for4l1neralresiding In the United treaty but wo are opposed to the admis sion of Asiatic Immigrants who can not ba amalgamated with our population or J whose prcovnce among us would raise Ia rnco Isiue and Involve us In dlplomatlo i controversies with oriental powers Waterways Water furnishes the cheapest means ofi transportation and the national govern mont having the control of iwvlgabl ttitevery wa tercourse In the Union which Is justified by the needs of commerce and to secure r that end we favor when practicable th t connection of the great lakes with the i navigable rivers and with the gulf through the Mississippi river and the navigable rivers with each other and tha rivers bays and sounds of our coasts with each ointr by artificial canals a view to II rfectlllC a system of wltbtwaterways to be navigated by standard dirucht Mikicothe hem for the last 10 years IQbore4 for th a4tnii I sloe ot AiUoii and New Mexico assipi irate state ef the federal unIon andt PrecognIzIng that cacti posf s yery qualificatIon to sucesutuly matntaI 6p nata gonrirnenU we favorJJnII tf tlate admisaloli of Moarat statcJL j 4 0 f Vo o AJt1 i 1 r i r iv z The Breathitt News jPER YEAR IN ADVANCE n f JV VISE HAGINSEtiTqK FRIDAY JULY 17 I I W A H PATTON L lATTORNEY AT LAW ELDOi t I JACKSON KY i lYA Slill =I ZS 52S5252S25CrnI rnDR O PHYSICIAN AND SURGEONI fl Office and lies Phone 56 IJACKSOX KY n jHSESHSESHSHSBES w Notice to Candidates 4Announcements of candidate i charged for us followsFor District Olifce1000- For a County Office 500 Except a complimentary notic given each candidnto at the time k he announces all communications boosting candidates will be charge for at 5 cents per line Such com munications will bo treated a purely advertising matter fo which The News does not any responsibility Cash must accompany all order II4 for such advertising i I ANNOUNCEMENTS COM MONVE ALTIIS ArT 1 i Wo arc authorized to announce iA H STAMPER of Campton as a candidate fo Commonwealths Attorney of thf tho 23d judicial district subject f to tho action of the Democratic party Election Nov 3 1908 1Ion COUNTY CLERK I take this means of announc i lag myself as a candidate for r County Court Clerk of Breathitt County subject to tho action of the Democratic party If elected I shall regardless of party affilia 1 tions be your most obedient ser wf vant ALFRED RUSSELL To the Voters of Breathitt Co IMam a candidate for the ollic 1 0jkiAunty Court Clerk to be voted e a e November election 1909- t e GEO W NOIiLB ec- e 1 mjnismirirr We are authorized to announc- eS ROBERT DEATONj1 Crockcttsville as a candidate for Sheriff of Breathitt county subject to the action of the Demo vcratic party itf N7 r r FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce I WESLEY TURNER JK as candidate for Jailer of Breath itt county subject to the action of rf t the Democratic party We are authorized to announce MIKE UOBINSONc as a candidate for jailer of Breath itt county subject to the action of the Republican pnrtIAthol Quito a large crowd from this place attended tho union Sunday school picnic at Natural Bridge Saturday All report a nice time Born to Mr and Mrs Joseph I 1rcoch0 pound Democrat Ollie James is 44 his name Joo feels as proud a- r 11TJ BryanBreck Crawford6 shipped a car load of nice lambs to Cincinnati last week Jim i Wilson and Charlie Rose of hazel I Green were hero last week t looking for cattle and sheep f- 1I They bought about 35 head of 1 cattle from Chap Crawford Preparations are being made to begin work on a new college at Athol in tho near future which will be managed by the Society of Soul Winners Dr Guerrant is tho leader School has been going on for some time in the f N Presbyterian church whero it will continue till th college is finished There will also be built a domatory F and a cottage for tho teachers I Wm Couch was at Beattyvillo I Saturday looking for bids on his The public school at Itimber begun Monday with Bowman as teacher ICardof Thankssthank my many friends 44fortheir kindness shown mo dur ing the illness of my wife SxEiiinx CUNDIFF f Wm Bryant former Sheriff of ti this county but who has been It + t Livu in Clark and Madison coun d f gp vlties for n number of ycarsiihis I t oqfriends hero t7 l if I ftt firrtj- e M M f 1R a t All w U n r I POLITICAL POT POURRJilA Recondite Review of I Salmagundi L Democracy will win this fall L people vote by the light of rcas on and good common sense The ticket Bryan and Kern in ever- Republicanwayis superior to the ticket In intellect attainment and sincerity Taft can not be com pared to Bryan While Taft is n man high up in the estimation o f the people and possibly descry so he has not reached tin I becausIBryan is the superior man 0But what the man and the par tics they represent stand for is t be the greater issue anda rending of first tho weak vaccillathij and ambiguous platform of the Republicans and then the clear I ringing honest and American plat tarot of the Democrats should bi tho duty of every voter in tin land The Denver platform hai no evasion in it It hiss a pur po cful sincerity in every lino RepublicarpeecJ pie while giving tho tracts m cause for alarm The Democratic platform says in no tones that predatory wealth mus remove its hand from the throa- of labor o And in addition to the dan uer to the country that the Republicanr nnsIJ other insiduous danger election of Taft would mean tha- is causing the country no alarm In monarchal governments the ruler is succeeded by his eld est son In the RooseveltTuft plan of monarchy the rule that is attempted to be established is that the outgoing President shall name his successor Roosevelt used tho great power of the Federal patron nonage to force upon the Republi Byesame e elected ho would use this same federal machine to name his sue destroying the very fundamental of Republican form of government The same gang of Federal officers wonld bo kept in power to dominate th next Republican convention It means government by Federal of lice holders and the use of Federal patronage It is destructive of free government o o With the trusts and predatory wealth in control of the Federal OJlice Holders Trust and the Federal Office Holders Trust in control of the Republican party and the Republican party incon trol of the United States govern ment what rights have tho farmer and laborer in the battle of bread winning Time was when tho laborer and the farmer could look forward to lay by a little of tho products of their labor to prepare tho rainy day of old age but he now no longer looks forward to that The struggle fierce and discouraging is now to supply tho meager necessities for his family insolentsthe products or the labor of the toiler No hope is the motto that blip Republican made trusts have written on the brow of labor The success of the Democratic party means the dawn of a new era for labor It means the awakening of new hope in theI breasts of tho toiler It means the restoration of the functions of Itimeans equal opportunities for all men The election of Tuft would mean the continuation of control of the government and tho means of living in the hands of as con scicnciencolcss set of money chang I ers as was whipped from the tem plo by tho divine hand of the Sav iour It would mean a tightening the chains of slavery on tho limbs of labor It would mean the perpetration of tho rule of tho retiring President naming his suc just as surely as the Rings succeeds the King It would mean the subversion of free gov C irment But it will never happen The Americans love too well to sell themselves into political and industrial slavery tuft and his trusts will never be Presi ent o Neither will Congressmaa John v y 1 Jy tp I i re1turnexploiting of the laboring people His attempt to purchase the peo plo by havingthe government ti make a few appropriations out fthe money wrung from peopl by an iniquitous rusts mad tariff will not deceive thcjpWpIe They are not for sale so cheaolv Frccmjm do not sell to tholnonst- ci r of mammon and especially for a- intinitismal n portion of the moric that has been plundered troti them Langley stands hand an loboor and to them he will to answe r yokte or o to the trusts and the trustowuei Republican party will be judge by tho people this full 0 t eAnd in the throwing btroC the burdens of Republicanism the pen plo will not neglect to look to their soilnI nominate a cane I nte or vlrClllt Judge in this Judicial district win can measure up as a lawyer am politiconlcont viltsweep the The nre demanding men for the bent- who arc qualified and who bring dignity to the bench and they will have to look to the Dem ocrats for such a titan Nor wil Commont they be satisfied to have the vast i rneJs o persI sons e j ough and from top to bottom I Tho principles of Democracy the correct principles and the pee plo will demand that persons ir sympathy with those principle shall administer the affairs of government This is a Democratic year It is a time when the peo ple will triumph over organized greed and graft Rousseau Dr llilgusIWcK7s teacliTn II tho Rousseau school and the peo pie arc pleasedlwith him Knot county will help to supply the cat tie market at Mt Sterling next Monday In a combat between Jo Lovely G A McQuinn An drew Thompson and George Ar nett Jo L elns hit on the headwith a paling and badly hurt Rev Daniel McIntosh invites everybody to come and eat water melons with him when they ge ripe The Ilogston meeting will be held the econd Saturday and Sunday in August Saturday ii the Risncr point at 2 p m and at the McQuinn grave yard Sundn nt 10 a m Rev Manford Richi- and others will conduct the ser ClemonsMClcmons school house last Sunday- for Rev Dan McIntosh by readii a chapter and giving a nice Bible i talk Turkey I r The recent rain was needed very badly Crops are looking hotter since Wilson Terry is hauling goods from Athol this week Sam Gregory of Rim is visiting relatives in this county Miles Cundiff is the mail carrier from Turkey to Athol Ho says he thinks he will do Uncle Sam a good service for tho next four years Born on the 12 inst u fino girl to Mr anti Mrs Win N Terry Mother and bubare doing IinoMrs J Tcry vis ited relatives at Pgbworth the first of the + seekJohn Callahan of LJrockcttsville is a frequent caller it Fourmile Wonder if someone will inform Shugthat tjijs is leap year Misses MnjjKie and Ada Herald Cappio and Ruth 0 Terry Wilson Callahan Wilson Terry James Gabbard nndI Edward Terry attended the bap tiring at the mouth of Jests creek Saturday Albert Jett son of Lee Jett died at his home on Cow reek Tuesday after a short ill ness He was taken to Lexington for treatment but failed to secure hl1elour htkr carelessly handling a pistol Y JW- gp jr j IIC C rcC t 1IC f j OMPSON HAMILTON r i a 1JEADQUARTERS FORs ilANGY GROCERIES fMiYour Moneys WotijiMQJ1I1Y Back tqllbiJhQl We also have a nice line ot f a fi Gets Furnishings j slci fc i- K ijjatcst Styles and Lowest Prices for Cash We Sell I 1 UGS LACE CURTAINS 4and Other Household Furnishings ft HOMPSON A HAMILTON a jCorner Main and Broadway K u TiLE0TItT11T1c COST IS VERY LITTLE k and convenience very great The company expects to make only a firstclasstt i service 0 A Hagins or J e- wiriiigat ton will take your subscription We do cost 1 tFLAT RATEI lamp 16 c p per month 75 2 lamps each 65 55l11 to 25 lamps 40 = 4 4 zfi or more 304f1 Electric Hydraulic Mfg IJaCkSOn t6 Cj War Creek Ii Corn is needing rain bad and i f it dont ruin soon crops will be shortJIr Stcplm Cundiff n Stuntr an Ilncss of twentyfour days She cleaves n husband and tent children She gave herself to Godjwhen a child and was loved n I who knw her Our Sun nicolonnd has an enrollment of 01 Ails Parents como and brin your children Tho Mill crock schoolwill begin next Monday teachertiiii 111 uu prayer liiuvviu every Wednesday night at the church house rrcreck y Creek uie farmers are about done lay in their scorn and are not cutting their hay Wo are hut reg rain than is good on our hlyjbut the Lord knows best are talking politics at tlicr idle tmesSchool opened hci Monday with II S Chup iimi teacher Fortyeight pupils thu first they with an increase lb present The patrons are SiXltut with their teacher ind Wra all WeTcncournge totheir power ckCreek t Estiil Co rrI s y A Harris diod the lv lJb H tfhclo Arch Mc- G July andat his home in Owploy county ji Jlqnry Met tulle and Rev m Wills have returned homo from Sturgeon whqre they were working in a tin job I There was preaching at the Barnes school house Sunday by Elder amuel Kstcs and Rev Wm Wifls Calvin Carroll andwife left esday for California KevTfA m Buckles and daughter isitingtfrieJ tJprd to Mr and Mrs Henry 1 Note of Lost Creek on July wi opoy 16 4fl J 4 1 Simpson Scliflol begun Monday with Tay lor Hurst an teacher Oli tstench the CundilF school on 11u creek They arelo have a new church house on Morg soot as work begun this morning The following were entertained at the home of Mr and Mrs S II FridaytBess UnhtJackson Laura Ilollon and Mrs W A Hampton Simpson Taylor and Jno Hurst Peartree Caesar and Hannibal Hurst Hampton and Algnn Dcriclcson Simpson The same parties were entertained at Mrs I luinptons Saturday night All had nn cnjoyn ble time K T Rose of Carapton was visiting at Simpson Sunday lie also at tended the party lit Mrs Hamp tons CUT GLASS andrw MEpiNG SlLVER Articlfii of beauty and usefulness combined vI 75c to 5 and upward Itf3GIABL1 QUALITY LOW IIt1- CESHeintz JEWELER Main St opp Phoenix II LEXINGTON KY f Day Bros Cof 1 3 1 1 I Wholesale and Retail Merchandise JACKSON KENTUCKY kiI J Mr Mechanicj HAVE YOU SEENIx r I Our Bargain Counter== = = d = = rVe have bought great quantities tt merchandise at inmost halfv hut rI enthusiasm got the bctt1tbf ojip rIi judgment mill our st91k11l growi A larger than is 1 ruclerlta J- I of the reasons for making what may seem to you unhelicveablc prices We will make the following cash prices on a new and seasonable line lrr SureEnough Bargains II fiMcnstMcns1 Mens 200 Pants for 1 30I f Men s 200 Shoes for 15 r A HAT STUNT t1 No equal values in hats are ohI ri fbettorthe future i i A Bargain for 25 Cts 1 e I w Tremendous Cut in Shirts 1 10itsShirts for 30 and 35c i c u 1 tCome while the bargains are on the r counter You may not have a chance like tthis for years Space forbids quoting the 1 astonishingly low prices on all goods but I we give you enough quotations to prove t that this sale is not a mere Advertising II Fake But a Sure EnoughBargaih Sale j 14 1c1t tlI a Ioc Mr J W Newso I t I J YEARICt ftvM IILANTON U T MOVGKrULG J WI8U IIAUINA Blanton Hovermale Hagins ATTORNEYS AT LAW Olllc In Court tluute J ckton Ky f Practice in nil tho courts of the Commonwealth Litigation QOH corning land titles 11 specialty Collections promptly mado and liromptly remitted Real estate r bought and sold Sun Bros circus will exhibit at Jackson July 31 1F Copo made a business trip to IVcnchburg fast week J M Denton Esq of Whiclc was hero on business Monday J S Head Jr of Ashland was hero on business last week Judge A K Lyon made a busi ness trip to Mindman last week A P Crawford made a business I trip to Frankfort Inst weep Tho coldest watermelons in town will be found at Collins the went mint Mr nnd11rs111 Iladdix of Clemons were hero Thursday shopping J Tho eight montli3 old boy of Mr undo Mrs Ira Cornett died Monday night t I Mrs Dr C H Dicjibon of La t toms was visiting friends hero r here last week Mrs Everett Baokof Cannel t City was visiting friends in Lex ington the first of the week t1I Testcrmnn Hack is building u f cottage in tin Patton addition on the Heights James G Holin is t 9thecontractor + Miss Ida Strong who hits been visiting friends hero for the IIRstI two week returned Tuesday to her home in WinchesterI Mrs I A Rhodes of Pittsburg tIzt nnd Mrs Lilllo Bradley of iMorehend1were visiting ho fam ily of MHP Davis last week A DtPitrick Deputy Marshal t jLUtLXouli Patrick County AltorI d n T nv of Magoflin county were hero 5 j Monday on their way home romI Lexington where they had beeni on business 48 Kichnrd C Herald col killed t R rattle snake on Pan Bowl Tues day that measured 13 inches in tIJfI r length He skinned the snake nnd has tho hide to prove his its portions to doubters it yln this issue is a sixcolumn nc count of tho Democratic National Convention nt Denver Mend itI Iy From time to time wo will have fl many interesting facts about theI campaign Clip the platform for future reference tAHorne Gco Johnson of NeoI tho first of the week obtaining applicants to establish 1c1uncil of the lied Men in Jnck sin had no difficulty in got ting time required number of palefaces for a charter which ho ex pects to receive in about two 1weeks M M I In a difficulty between Hud Mullins and Hooker Mullins on Spring Fork about 25 miles from hero on last Thursday Hooker JtWl shot through tho body and ttdnngcrously wounded Ho wits I brought hero Sunday for treat ment Hud Mullins escaped nnd 4luny not yet been arrested although the officers are after him It is I r ported that John Miller an uncle of the wounded man hay ror offered a reward of 5000 for his i arrest Nominated Amos Davis of Morgan was given the nomination 11JudJeDemocratic ticket for Con the 13th ballot at Eslill Wednesday Tho result 7 of tho 13th ballot was as follows Judge Taulbco 27 23 Judge Amos Davis 48 13 and J Smith Hays 20 votes The convention t r was called to order by F A Lyon Sr Executive Committcman fort this district F A Hopkins was chosen temporary chairman and ThomnH Tipton secretary and J tHWhite and J Wise Hngins as sistant secretaries Tho temper = ar organization was made per y jutanent TTlon 0 H Pollard placed thonamaof Jud Taulbeo Z 1 before tho convention J i wM- 1 p ftt- I t n Where to Worship The subject of tho sermon at tho Christian church next Sunday mqrniiii will bo The Ministry of Siffforing No service Sunday night bu account of the meeting at the Presbyterian church The subctof the sormon at tho Baptist church next Sunday morning at the usual hour will be Trio Men at Prayer Meeting The Harracca slab composed of young men and women meets at 915 a m A cordial invitation is extended to the young people to visit the class No services Sunday night on account of the meet ing at the Presbyterian church School Trustees- As tho beginning of a new edu cational era in Kentucky the election of trustees in the com mon school districts of Kentucky under the provisions of the now school law will be held tho first Saturday in August One trustee will be elected in each common school district The necessary qualifications for trustee lire llo must be over 21 years of age he must lava been a resident of the district for sixty days be fore the election he must bo able to rend nnd write ho must be re commended bn petition signed lInl least ten persons eligible to vote in an election for such Trustee nnd no name shall bo placed upon tiny ballot unless such nominating petition is filedwith the County Clerk at least ten days before election The officers of said election shall be a Clerk and two Judges to be appointed by the regular Election Commissioners of tho county College Dedication With Gov Willson ns the prin cipal speaker with pleasant surroundings nnd most favorable weather with a largo orderly re spectful crowd of about one thou sand the new college that has been built by the Soul Winners Society on Puncheon Cutup was dedicated Wednesday Gov Willson and other prominent persons came over the L E to Oakdalo Wednesday morn ing and were token from there on horseback to tho homo of B II Herald where they were enter tained at dinner nnd it WU4 a most sumptuous meal After dinner the Governor and his party went immediately to the college grounds whore a largo crowd awaited the speakers Speeches had been monde in the forenoon by Revs1 W Tyler of Midway E L South gate of Lexington and Paul Deithick of Jackson Speeches were also made in the afternoon by Rev Dr McCcrkle of Nicho lasrille Prof Leonard principal of Lees Collegiate Institute nnd others It was a great day find good order and goodwill way manifested on every hand Marriage Licenses The following marriage licenses have been issued since our last re portSimon Stacy of Gun e and Miss Hethnia Russell of Clay holeJD P Stacy and Miss Ellen Callahan both of Whiclc Higc McKnight and Miss Lizzie Callahan both of Canoe Charley Callahan of Canoe and Miss Cappic Miller of Elkatawa Mr and Mrs Hnscombo Wal tern of W nlterlilIe were visiting Mrs Walters father Miles Hack null family from Saturday till Monday In tho District Court of the United States for tho Eastern District of Kentucky In Bankruptcy In tho mutter of Samuel E Pat ton a bankrupt On this 8th day of July A D 1903 on considering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt for dis charge tiled on tho 2nd day of July A I1008 itis ordered by tho court that a hearing be hind upon tho same on tho 28th day of July A IX 1008 before said court at Covin lon in said dia trict at 10 oclock in the forenoon or as near thereto as practicable and that notice thereof be pub lisped one time in the Brcathitt County News a newspaper printed in said district nnd nil known creditors and other persons in in terest may appear at said time land place and show cause Inn they have why the prayer of said petitionershouldnot be granted W tnCRs tho A M J Cochran Judge of said court and tho cal thereof at Covington inI said district on time 8th day July A D 1908 SBAI Jos 0 FINNELL Clerk J W MENZIES D 0 + n Resolutions- At n Democratic muss meeting held at the court house in Jackson lust Saturday pursuant to the call of tho Democratic Congressional Committee for tho Tenth Con res sional District nnd tho Democratic chairman of Hrcathitt county on Saturday July 11 1008 The Reeling was culled to order by 0 II Polhlrd S II Slidham was elected temporary chairman nnd T 11 Hudson and J Wise Hngins secretaries t eViev tnttuia7fyhporary was i alnpermanent and the committee organization nnd other committees weredispoti5adwith On motion tho follpwim reso lutions hero adopted Resolved 1 That we approve of the limcand pfnco of holding the convention W nominate n Democratic candidate for Congress Resolved 2 unit we heartily endorse tip action of thin Demo critic National Convention lately assembled ntDcnver dud approve of the nomination of the matchless Bryan as our national standard bearer and that wo heartily endorse the nomination of John YoKern us his runningnmto Resolved 3 That we heartily endorse and approve time platform adopted at tho Democratic National Convention as a wise bens ficent and able exposition of the true Democratic doctrine Resolved 1 That we condemn time weak vaccilliating and incompetent administration of the present Republican State administra Lion Resolved 5 That we appoint as delegates to the Congressional convention to be held at Estill Spring to nominate Democratic candidate for Congress from the Tenth Congressional district on July 15 1908 O II Pollard D H Rcdwine E L Noble Charley Terry G W Sewell James Bro phy Arch Lyon Will Jolt Sani Jctt E C Hyden J Wise Ha gins L T Hovcrmalc G W Flocuor S Saulbee L Y Rcdwine Arch Crawford Hreck Crawford A P Crawford Mutt Spencer x Matt Crawford Frank Knsh II H Noble S B Stidham Junes L Stidham W II Blan ton W W McGuire II L Under II S Clmpmnn Brock Combs T II Hudson D L Al len Wm Day Wm Griffith J It Terrill Charles Hndden Scl don Hargis G It Allen T T Cope J R Blake C1 Little Elbcrt llargis Alex Edwards J D Arnett S E Patton W D Hack Green Callalmn Ed Culla han Robin Burton L C How ling S II Stidham G C May J E Lang South Strong W B Curdwell S II Fugntc R H Lnndrum Ashford Joseph L C Roark Harlcss Campbell J M E Davis 1 S Cope Henry S Barnett mind all other good Demo crate of time county Resolved G That the said dele gates are instructed to cast the vote of Hrcathitt county for Judge- S S Tuulbec as time Democratic candidate for Congress from tho Tenth Congressional district nnd to use all honorable means to se cure his nomination and the dele gates arc instructed to vote ns n unit on nil questions that may arise in said convention- S H STIUHAM Chairman cretariesITho SwannDny Lumber Com pangs mill started up again Monday niter n two weeks delay in the rcparing and tho overhauling of the machin- eryTHINKING OF MOVING WESTP w If not then make up yojjrmind eserjptiolistand OkllflToma nil tine level productive land that will grow anything under the sun at prices from 15 to 40 nn acre and come where farming is both pleasant and profitable and therefore is made tolerable Why sweat and- ret life away in tho vain effort to eke out of those rockribbedroot laced hillsides a mere miserable sustenance as your father and fathers father did when there is so much good land to bo had hero for a more songs Get out of the ruts break away front time time worn habits that keep your nose the grindstone All it takes is nerve and resolution Write Ito nnd lot mo help YOU to a better I N PIIIPPS Clmnuto Kansas 11 J R BLAK J I I 4 oI JJOOKS d FOR SALE= r r a 1 Oft P Ii laglittdi I CaH M11flLVlI fh1 fAND mf m re eleclingh- n l I poJ In tUhat his can theyFLOUR I nlf It GOOD C n FEE and in fact anything you I need aj ices quality considered lower than the owest I a COME AND SEE tr = + J- 1 = IIr J i BLAKE it I OakdT I fMisson of JeWs Creek and Chnr1itReedof Indian creek were parried a few days ago Pleas Johnson of Jetts Creek lost hit barn by lire Tuesday a week olie also lost about 100 bundlesiof fodder and two loud patterns in the lire Cause unknown John Pelfry and wife off Lick Branch were visiting fri ids on War Creek last wcckvS J Crawford and son Clay6f Athol were nt tho baptizing at Jetts Creek lost Saturdoyweak i Mrs Min erva Je and Miss bate Bryant bothof Atlinl nil illillv Organs of IJrIU1tS crockere baptized at the mouth of Jetts Creek last Saturday II C Bryant and wife of this pt ccnd Jell Kv ersole andwife of Copo Branch attended church at Jrynnts creek Sunday Miss F indis Wise of Ictts Creek wnis aiir Creek n JEu n r few days ago trying to get the promise of a school llexekicl Jett and Sherman Wadkins were at Torrent a few days ago Lee Jett of Cow Creek was hero Sun day II 0 Short and T II Back were at the county seat Sat urday Noah Johnson of North Forkwill teach the school at Bryants creel Anderson John son Jr of Lick Branch was visiting friends on War creek Sunday Mrs Polly Combs of Lick Brunch was visiting friends and relatives in Jackson last weer Oliver Deaton ig on the sick list Albert Jett of Cow creek is very low and is not expected to last very long Arch Crawford of Cope Branch was here the first of the week Henry Johnson formerly of Lick Branch has moved to Cope Branch to work fur Crawford BrosWiII Jett and Breck Wntkins went to Meadow creek the first of the week looking for wdrk Bon WIIITK ABBE BAILEYSI BIG CLEARANCE SALE OF Entire Stockvi WILL GOAT LESS THIN COST J In order to hake room for my fall stock I will fortnenex fifteen days beginning July 20 and ending Aug st I offer inducements you can not afford to mi s Black and Color d Taffeta Silk worth 1 at 85c Fine Tailore Skirts from 300 to 500 White and Colo d Dress Fabrics less than Manufacturers p ces Ladies Hosiery orth 50c at 39c adies Hosiery worth 25c at 19c Y ladies i PriceduouLaces and EmbiJitrVries ata price you dont want to hissIf Iii Lots of oth usefill Articles at a bargain DONT FAIL TO GOME EARLY I It Early Rifrchasers get the best te 4 Ablilb Bailey Corner Eroadway and Main StreetsI JACKSON KENTUCKY JoI t t aI t i I t 0 jNI1iOfl t This is the QuestionWh- ether I P 1 it is better to keep your money in a drawer or safe and dolo it out in payments of accounts and bills or to bank it and pay by check There can be but one answer to this bank it and check it out r OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH US i rb1Three Per Cent Interest Pa don Time andy t Savings Deposits 1 JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK I 1 r a JACKSON RENrUCKYIt 333333323= i33t31GpW W W 111 W M IXEDIIt i 5s I PAINTS11 1 i Just receiveda full line i i1 which we guarantee s ti WI 113T 111 tJWill cover more space lastI111 longer and look better j- anl other paint made Call i 11 V and see color cards and get i f 11IlcesZtl1G i 1 1 Jackson Drug Co I t k h- gz e iii= EEeIS- j o i 1 F it 1 IiYou Will Get All Thats 0 J- iomen to You 2 t t rF = 0f I THERE IS NO FAKERY 8 0M JInonr method of business for every dollar 0e you pay us you pet ono hundred cents value in 9WI return 0 I Cp fI We Believe in Square Treatment I i 0Wi Yonr moneys worth all the time We might use up a page of space talking about our goods 0C then you wouldut know how good theyare 9 lit WI COME TO OUR STORE 0- r So you can see for yourself thats the surest way 2- y 0 w m top CrawforddCoI j I r 2C0- r a G G G oeG o iiiiinuiimmiiiiHiiiiiiiiuuuiiiiiainii iMATUiN T KELLY I ATTORNEY AT LAW OFFICE IX HUUST IlIG i JAOKSOX KY nmiitiiimiimiiiimiimiiimiiiiiimiiiiii Fo DK II P DUFF v PHYSICIAN tan SUUGEON i VV OFFICE OVER RELIANCE DIIUO I 8TOUB SACKSON KENTUCKY W I cec da Du C II HURST PHYSICIAN AND SUKOKON Office in Postoflice Building Pliono 64 Jackson Kyr ti REMOVAL I have moved to McCormick near Cnmpton Junction where IIwill continue niy business of ing I MonumentsAND 0 Any one wanting anything in my lino will please write me at McCormick I will make 1montlly IiordersE f 1Ilt o l fir if4 otra ot 1 c I Notice to Democratsx mL iT N KY Jub 8 rtrtO To tiTo Democrats of the 23rd JH 1 dicinl District A number of friends have re quested mo to become ft candidate for tho Democratic nomination for Circuit Judge Others knowing that I would not resort to tho usual methods the use of money and whisky have discouraged me saying that it was useless to seek nn office without the use of such methods but inasmuch us I believe that a majority of the peo ple are honest and in favor o what is right I have made up m r mind that if the Democrats of the I V district will give mo tho nomina 1tionI will accept itIInd if elected i will servo the people to tho best of my ability However if they think somo other man more avail able I should bo pleased to s him nominated Yours for success v SAMUEL II PATRICK iSun Bros circus will exhibit it Jackson July 31 Dont let your wife boil over 4 stove this hot weather Frcsl bread at iho Jackson Steam Ba kery Phone 7- 4StrayA Hog Ono barrow hog blnckand white spotted weighed about 30 pounds when he came to my plnci y about ore year ago Has the fol lowing marks Swallow fork an underbit in right ear Owner cnn a hove him by proving him nnd paying the charges of his keep und this advertisement l En CmINT n 1 r You can get a square meal hinch at the Jackson Steam Ba kery Call when in town Farm For Sale PrivatelyI One of the most desirable small farms in the bluegrassi Contains 5Gi acres half in bluegrass of thirty years standing remainder in timothy and is situated 7 miles from Lexington on the Briar Hill W pike one mile from railroad depot school houso nnd church Brick residence of seven rooms stock barn smoke house coal house it cabin and buggy house all in good repair Land of excellent t fertility and suitab for tobncco l j tkfcacuin excellent neighborhood rural route and tele phone service Cull on oraddress I R J JOHNSON Chilcsburg Ky Route No1 or call Fayctte phone a 11r nro Prepared to fill special orders for nil kinds of cakes JACKSON STEAM BAR nnv Stop with Hart Brothers at th heed Hotel while in Lexington fThettorldM Hest Climate ii nnt entirely free from disease on the hlRluit elevations fevers prevail while on the lower levels malnrla it encountered to n Rienteror Idea extent according tit latitude To overcome climate affection uavitude mnlurin Jaundice bilionsneM fever and DRHA and cenernl debility tlm suet elTeptvi remedy ii Kiectrlc Hitters the great nltentire and blood purifier antidote for every furor of bodily wenUres nervousness and Iniomnia Sold under guwriintee lit Jackson Drug Ho3 Price 60- 0Drink Wainscotts Pop THE COME ANDlEE SIGN I fThis sign is permanently front of tho oi tho Lydia E Pinklmin Medicine CompaiiyTynn Ulnas What Docs This SIn Mean P It means that i11icclhtSna i the and methods of riping btnshtessishoncstlydesimdItmeanthats incus which is not open and above board ceItmeans that a permanent invita Is extended to aiiy olio to como nnd verify and ml statements made Ui tho advertisements of Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Is it a purely vcgQtablo compound made from roots and herbs out dragger Como nod See Do tho women ofAmerica continuo I ally use ns notch of it as we are told Sech such a person as Lvdfci E Ilnkhnn mud is timely an 3Jrs Pinkhnni now to whom sic woman arc asked to write t IIKJ nUll See Is tho vast private correspondence with seek women conducted b i women and nre the letters ke strictly confidential P Como and SecI Have they re got letters fro over ono million one hundred thousand women conC Iudonts Conic mid Sec Have therproof that Lydia E Compound ha sated thousands of these women SeeI is only for army of women I who know from their own persona- lr experience that no nipdicine in th world equals Lydia E Pinkhnma Vegetable Compound for female ills will go on using and behuben ctUod by it + but tho poor doubting HUllorlttg must for her own sakebo taught confldpnceforBhenlso might just as well ivgiibi lierJjenlth THE CAMPAIGN IS ON Who Will Be President I To form your opinions and I eelp j in touch with the progress of th campaign you will need firstclass newspapers Vo have made a special arrangement whereby you can got the Daily Coaricrlournnl12 Daily Louisville Times 125 Weekly CourierJournal 35 From now until Dec 1 1908 This gives you n live metropolitan paper through the campaign and the election Order today as subscription will start with is Ne back numbers can bo sent Or you can have The Brcathitt Counts News and either of the above dail ies until December 1 for only 150 This special campaign offer is in clfect only during Tune July and August and no subscription will be received at the reduced rate after August 31 under any circumstancesSend subscription orders to The News not to thin Courier Journal or Times Fresh bread cakes and pies baked dnilnt the Jackson Stea Bakery Phone 74 ClrriOs j I THE r- JF11Y8NSQNCO1 t Jig INSURANCE t r t r iA JaroI rr y r ftS Iii STOCKS AND BONDS Ilr SfsF4FrW fb AGENCIES IN ALL THE PRINICPAL TOWNS 3 o 1 i SgjiM iI f TT r i ilAddress All Communications to the Comt i J 1i pany at Beattyville Kentucky 1 Yo ito J r iH iiji H iti1 H i iVi i i- r i M it t r hIs r A r w r 11 rf Ift 4 VOTE GY STA ESit Dryan Receives Heavy Majority Ov Johnacn and Gray cry Here Is how tho statcx stood liiynn Jolinn Gr Alabama e a Arkosn j U California i 2 11 Colorado JO Connectic a 9 G 81FbrtdliOKirsIa t I 20 Idaho II I Illinois iii Indiana 30 Iowa tt Y6tl allsIIu 1 26 4 lFlen54roplFlen5L 1RI it v I fMnine IiI y rrttl0 11 d LIdp flarrA ppl rAr + mlonIAIIINow tucka p r7S INorlh C ro1liia4i II I Dakota 1i Jl Oho Dkluhonm I1rtfI vi i PPgnaytyaufar it fi2 8 sO g Ithode l Z I Snoih Carolina rVMS TtlInete at Toxns oulCUthh 6 Vermont lr 7 t- I Virginia a- IVtinglgnq 16 r- Reat Virginia H- VlHConntti 19- o ttWyoming 9 4 KSArUonaDistrict of Columbia ft Havuill 6 Alenlco 6 IeNew nieu 8 qulhPk ARTotals Ui 46 Mil votlnmrY D r In the Contests From rtPnnlylval1laAmong tho notable contests before tho national convention wore those from cnnsylvanla New York had- s Ohio In the 1cnnsylvanln uontosla tho delegates of National Committee man James M Guffoy were turned down by the credentials commlitoa IInrl this action w a3 sustained by the convcntfoi Gig to 37 tic JuHoy forces losing control 0 the Ipnn y1 vunla delegation Mayor TJIl1Johnson won his case In lid Nine teenth Ohio but lust out In the Ninth Tho Mayor also was defeated hy Harvey Gather for member of thu national committee from Ohio In the New York contests the CUll vention nod credentials cuinnilttu disallowed the dating of Patrick Me Uurrun of Brooklyn CLAYTON Addresses Convention When Presented Ag Permanent Chairman permnIventlon Henry U Clayton of Alabama saidThe Republican party having had full control of the federal government for more than n decade must Rlve an pretjionost Investigation reveal the bad and defective laws passed by that party vicious policies maintained reforms rejected the recent panic and Its consequence promlxos broken dissimilation practiced Incompetency confessed by Its failures tp meet urg ent public needs aud exhibiting this tncoinpotency by the appointment of junketing commissions for the alleged purpose of advising that party so long In control and of such boasted legsla tlve wisdom what legislation Is rcaulr ei by the country Against the Repub lean party so degenerate anil crafty Is a capable determined lionesCDcnit ocrncy In sympathy with nil Just iJb lie demands and asking In Its behalf the candid public judgment To that judgment tho Issuo must be commit ted and alb unhesitatingly subnSU our cause to that line and true BOISO for the right we know distinguishes tho American people In this quadrennial contest Mr Iloosuvelt has identified himself with Mr Taft Mr Taft has Identified him self with Mr Roosevelt The Repub lican party has Inseparably identified youmIs to criticise his pursuing bludow What are the policies that consti Lute tho capital of tho Republican party in this campaign and that uro ro- Iled upon to support tuft candidacy of Mr Taft To recall Dmuutvitlc platforms speeches and measuiLa II to convince any man that many of tlib presidents public utterances were derived from aa avow d familiarity with tho teachings of our jarly havenances that are Democratic him his only claim to ho a reformer and have contributed ware than all else to tho popularity ho has Oijjoyed The heiraud the parly are committed to unfaltering adherence to tho poll cues of tho president What uro these policies mail what are tho achieve meats of urealdant and party Mr Clayton then reviewed unfavorably limo administration of 1rcslJent Roosou continuedIcountry and HUctly is still strong in the hearts of time tostiIIted bY them as binding p are in earnest I u their protcsUJ against the arrogant rule of Inaolunt wealth tho iiaauthorfzeJ and Ijancful influence of corporations and fife ex actions of tho trusty if thq lIIaollllUKa- p the fathers liar been transmitted to tho sons the Ith of next March will murk tho advent of tho gladsome hold of Democracy und the beginning tit thu return to comatltulloaal guvcrrj ment honestly und economically ad lulnistered A good way to keep friends Is not to need any- Probably the power of coming quick ly to a decision docs ns much to save friction ns the power to alga a chock There U no use In trying to doJgo an Issue for Issues are notably na nimble footed as Mercury and as persistent a v Baton I fO Io J 1tl It x 10M alOalaal orf ri7lail sass faYrreraaoaa Irw r t 11tftc L Merry Widow N 4UC U GC Cs YSLBTT PAYSON TEREIfUNE 4404000- i I 1Jitc J COIyIT 1003 BY IIDNRY W SAVAGC d 1ctetgwaasad e s + il fr- LD iI m Your Moneys w UlOnoUs anr1 W It p g WJ Ii in Irss 11tMi1l10119 a Jt sore Is lit 11 I 5TuJtuputuatre chess irlahd tllo binn avlat- tgsadoreprcttywife Smie will bu lidnight My husband is lianghtg ot the bnntster lvatcldng for her HI nut win mstnit- Oh Ill esuctly twenty rtyJlJn 188018 f1 HI dont j trrtltnnd inunaured M- tde JollmlOuTNo lou are probnlily the oul bJclt Testis w Ito Ilocsnt- Shq usi dnngblcr or n poor r- aol11 tai lIer no lowlJ hut her beauty 1 1 rnoneuslyrieh old batik 11 lIam1 tlnwn wII11le8t IIInli IIII I In love Willi her mar rttIit h did her tho 1111111- fleoru a f or dying a week later tic lul1tr t his wholll fortuue20O- onoo And ro I tPuppnse alma has como to JMs q I I rob tJplomy Is Ante unotigh for tIIQr o rl belte In rho Rank or I t MGmtvo But my lmsbaud to rr So does time MitfsoVla Bovcrjuclit Ours Is sot n rich conn trjv 1 Iolldon ThntB why ti now Vlillu hHnpllnrt lu my worthy bus liuiiilrt every time one of you IlIrllll tijly killers mikes love to her Its nil sqiirdly clinplo WI 1nughrul Dc Jollilou lila hal IICCtU turn wither ma uty account Ill Its 110 hreucluuau who trop make 1 Mine lIut lo 5alloIII 1Arot 1 vary jIICltl lu unulroc or uic- IlllolJ I i t thr night of tile uuilmasj A nioltliiK linllrocmi I11i muf ir of the tldrt ft 5 JMTI ha rr 1Italn t nttaio uulessy VA tlioi oui UIIilldhcrt his tt rylnffiln eelsc 1 eau Ud yo- gnoir u anft rorII1 aD1N HilBi l u inustut say It I urn a dullfH vilM Adtlwlintnro yoii do ingnerle1 na he simtclied up her f yfr in the tnblo With the Cue tliftt l u lllrrom Ids dancing cardjj iCTol IontacWbblcd three words on of f e IvorjTltlcks of the fun tlir tf tinted It to hlshoatcss- Kut iKy v Ih a little catch In her bt aloudf1G fV you wrlto fis7 shear tat SlU forbade mo to say It heyet tied tel hits excellency I have como ta k In a voice nt tho door nthurrtcd ofwjUithu- V V arzf f sacaradsrs ww Lwscnc s nu Yagc liftTiiipntf fSvaildrod Info tTiP y1vui tie wiw ii Stout uiiRitliily llttU Wv U1t1t llfltlOtllll IH1 tIIlr l6f litad 1101 loredtt I osclli UuiRlittT In a unman nrIolIIt nevttaner K M1mti Olif ithuomt r IIII1 Intofj r iioso nnd lulitflus salt trolled down unlo1Iin vkh- ly did you lied trlhco Dnnllo at homo Xo your oxcolivuqy fnltorcd tta llttlj iimn IIQT Ml you flotlienccvns 1 told yon to the AinOrlcmi imr tit I Yen air Hut ho was riot at home there tonight Odd lies usually very much n homo there Im told So you fulled lu your mission You couldnt Und hlm1 Oh yes your excellency 1 found hlmlhnt Js tj Ilf JW i 0li you found him nt last Thats better Where At Mnslm8vyour Maxims eh snorted Ambassador Pojoft scornfully idling nwny hU- nlCt as wmi viion- Vph no your excellency nut ex sells Idling It I may say so lie screwed very busy There were n null bocol battloi orjii iirjIK lIu 1f1ii r excelpIll you give pin my message Ull you toll him rIgate U word for word sir 1 told tats country was calling for him nnd that your excellency desired his ennbaesyrwas auswcrt lIe said HJlvc lut country my re garda nnd tell It to gA to Where snapped Ioport ns Nut paused In cmbarnusincit IllId rather not say sir no pltco Uin nt nil familiar with Oh the ingrate hulled IOJK T t o Hero he tans been cu Alloyed at the embassy all these months nnd lees winked nt his loafing und his dls Iiatlon and the very first minute L really need him ho refuses to coma r iOh np your excellency pleaded NLtlH afnrocly ns bad ns all that If exacllyIAh tint1te a load from my brain Iplomat1111I11J XlHrnll llNlfch Im agrees toolptII 1IPh Ibbon nsho tans finished timeI inajimim of champagne that was In tee pall bcsldo him when 1 left How tnuehOftt was Kone Tho cork was not yet drawn but Ho on tho lookout for him Mr KLsh When ho comes put ice on head cost If necessary Sober him at hl1j I fancy It will le cheaper than ing him up Ill do my best your ex cellency But tho ambassador nt a whispered word from a servant had already poK tcred out of the room as fast as his somewhat shaky old legs would curry him and the voluble Nlsh run along In LU wake A commotion swept through the scattered groups In tlw foyer a mu- r1W1Ildlll3lvp3ncrf taasnlv- v II 4 c Itself ht last lute the escit J eitrith wfdow has nrrlved SaTwurttjr and niliiiumbercdl VUmv 111111111111 the nntmatcd gurney bag Crlstn fortune for soino man tfllpr ntiuuIii S nla Si down twenty mUllofis red halr aloft i n beauty Twenty inllllonsl t The Merry Widow Down tho Btnlrwny front the dress lug rooms and Into the union swept n woman young beautiful vivacious A light of nilflclilcf danced In her great I dark eyes- I Her innsvei of auburn hhlr slmon like an aureole above her nUhe- pale delicate rnl About her hoveretl n halt scorn of gullnuts all vying for n word n Jnblc trots tho beauty null fortune of he Paris eeonj Two men the Marquis of Cascnda and the Count do St llrloche were lucky enough to claim for n moment I j or two her attention No not Souls was saying In pro test At homo In Marsovla taco don t i make such pretty speeches Courtship 1 there In very primitive nnd marriage Is for life When n man mukos love to hntjI I Parisj Cascade Do oOU we have IMCII upII I can well believe It assented S- eta o It must have IKHIII just Ilk I counting money- t Oh madame prolestetl the group borrlllcd I Dont I retorted In tlllltllloploIt coarse for me to nay so rooI member Im n farmers daughter nut I that lu my country people email u spado n spade IIIOrP and Nntnllo came hurriedly In to pay their resjwctH to tho guest upon Whom MnntuvlaH hopes t o doiKtulL1 At a sign from tho nmluismidor theI ers drupe bock otllI tin you wero shocking some of our Purls gallants lioiimcd the ambassa I dor What n child of unlace you 1 are 1 I You mean countered Sonln am a peasant drmcd up How J w laiI HometlUHS that I weT n real peasant BjanrAh chuckled PoK ff Child of na child of nature alwaysternlferlug ro the dear old days on till farm the bleating of time pigs tho new laid milk time fbmatoos frvHlily dun up amid nil time simple jays of tile cotta try lint I want you In meet tonight BQino ofblur Mursdvlnn nobility for tndtiinco Prlnre Danllo a clmrmlnif young fellow Hell be hero presently Da n Ho Is Rut the mischief had died out u Somas eyes Her face was paler than was Its wont pet llwre was a stern look is of Twin about time daintily 1IIOtlt montll I hart already met Prince Dnnllo slue sail curtly Benny cried Popoff Then not lug but change of cxiirosaton be lidded t with npprvliotulon- l tIhope It was not on ono of his we days a charming lovable youngster In Kplto of his I till itjiiteristod In Ucarlnu nbont him broke In Honlo in q curiously lurid emotlonUts voice tWHS 1mm ego that ne taut He will haw forgot ten 11111 even 1111 nn t have forgotten him tot US talk of something else pleaseEven PojmlT could see something win icrlously amiss Continued next week It lUiHliiMl tin Spot Mr E Hiiiniihrey whi own a largo general store nt UIDPR O and It prtphl lIt of time Adnini Jaunty Tele plmne Co M well ni uf time Home 11 phone Cu of Pike County i + nys iif Dr Klnte Naw Discovery j It HtVfd mac life once At least 1 Ihlk II dill It termed to tench t- bspotttie e very tent of my cough hen everything else fallrd lr Khigs New Discovery not only rcanhcH time cotigh spot i It liHnlii the s mire Ioh and the weak spats In thront wigs slid client Sld under Hiinrnnlett at Inckton Drug torn Mc and flOO Irlnl bottle free Where are you going Hlllr Over to hoar Jones new phono graph Why man smugihavent got nn ux A Ciillfiiriiiiins 14t1 I IIThe Inuklest day of my when T l night H box of Hnaklnns 111J nicnSulvej wrllcsChnrlej h Itud 19Inyears Auld yielded to no other treatment Sold under guarantee at J icUjoli Drug flora Ii Roiy Outlook Ills wife Is learning tho milliners trade Pine Ho can live lu luxurious ease lime rest of his life Valued Somme IIH Gold 11 G Stewart n merchant of Cedar View MUi 0 IIIYhI tell my cm tomtrswlieiillivy hliy d lJ rllf Dr Kings New life IlIU they gut thin worth of that much gold in weight If afflicted wltli con lplloil malaria or biliousness SulJ under guarantee eat JBCkion Drug store 20o H If L0 No l1Ie tNot 0 I had to get iny iiioiio JXworthiJL was qlttlug In n teat that cost aR uto f f tUsed Decking R w ucSubduedhut wtmli time ueo of dolne tllItaIt laa a aunt IUnlcaa RAILWAY1r J Wfcsr HOUND No 1 No1 No5 Daily Daily SuntlItEx Sun MLv 1 O1CJct G 15 2 25 7 Klkntnwn G 20 210e orJUnkdnlo Ii 111 2 M 7 20 27Tnllugii i 14ltttyvloJut7Torrent 7 10 1I 11 8 32 28DundeeKilsoh 8 OJ 1 14 8 12 ftiiClnyL C gJot U 00 5 07 9 31 y 40ArLexinuton 4KASTP M A M Lv Lexington 2 25 7 35 111LuStantonr 4 2R 9 2U 34Campion a P Torrent 4 57 9 50 BpnttyvllloJunct 5 18 10 17 25Tnllfgn 43Oalcdalo 10OAr Jackson G 15 11 2Q I CONNECTIONS L tE J UNCTIONTralns Xos 1 and 3 will mnke connections 1CAitllfpassengers to and from lainnton UlIOXTrltini = tuftfrom0 IC J LNCIIUNTrni r 3 lord 4 with tho Ohio Iventukyr for Cunnol City undKV stations CIIAS HCOrl U1 A 4 ot RAILSVAl iJiricTivi Nn111 trtrrkr WEST ii OUUghIT 6Aa III A M r ILv ilaolon 11 05 3 00 10FrozenVanclovo 1118 312 ridIlntnplonHoso Korlc lli 05lf 1f Leo City 12 ij tfJlIlclcoliawu ii iy 4 li5 T Ar Cannel City 12 35 G 20 I gAS HOUND Daily lx Sun JitLv Ii 00Hclcolmwii I 21HOle 41AN fI a 57Froen 25ArleavesCannelleaves iiM1u Mountain Central Depart Arrive I milI45Arrive Depnrtf8 00 u m Campton Jun 10 05 n m 4 00 p m Campton Jun 4 40 p m rMake connection with all LtCE passenger trnillsfKILL JlaND THE CURE WITH COUCH1 11 THE LUNGS J Dr Kings 11 iIIAND ALL TII COAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATIBFAOTOBX OR MONEY REFUNDED it Ij W H Henderson jAyres Street Opp Post Oftlaej LEXINGTON KY- DEALER I- NGrain Seed Feed Wheat Rye Darle1Oat end Corn Olaver n KenLuck Blue Gr n Orchard Grtis HunRi4jar ai Straw Hill Flwlw j1 r rJ t r r4 r