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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r- sut wrra hx Bes AIlVlJltiSin lledj 1 4ilricAr nrtnooriirr AND AOJulNING COUNTIES S 4 J WIBK I1A INS Editor and lpllDT0TIIK JNTKUKSTS OK EAHTKHN KKNTCOKT ONE DOLLAR PKR YKAB IN ADV ANOE Volume VII Jackson Kentucky Friday July 24 1908- f If Number 39 1 The Jew Storesit CLOSINGoltrAi THEIR SUMMER GOODS 1Vu hnvu R big stoekon hand and nrt going to soil thornat lot prices in Older to make town fir our hall goods Wo Faro n bt stock of News Drown Suite 1800 Suits fo 5r f 1 1000 Suits for 7 75 500 Suits for 2 99 Tan Shoes and Slippers at cost 12 12c Lawns for 8 I2c 12 l2c Ginghamsfor 8 l2c Big stock of Lace Curtains 75c curtains for 40 a pair A big line of Mens Brown Pants which we are going to close out at half price Please come and ex amine our goodsv i Jhe Jew StoreFAMOUS FOR BARGAINS EUSTER l ISAACS Proprietors 1 no H a H i t1 HH Hi i i H i I t tivr4i 1Y Irei J SAUL IIHAI Jr CnMiler iI O P I CltAWlOUI Viet fats JJ i M 1 CurtiIAti15 iti 0uurlnnunu Izl Q OUR ip- U I iiBlNKIN6 METHODS sF F 1I c CrT i A9 dA ICFACTonLI I onI t v- o J t r r To ti hiifJrnna growing client ile If g- VTt + 3tFiJJg bet why not open an account now g Call in and tithe the subject over with il ig us A call will entail no obligation i g Wont you try and see ill i PAIDUP CAPITAL and SURPLUS 2735000 g r it I i JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK Ii gJacl son Kentucky l t G H H wHjiwH H wH H H i H H H H H I I c H i TH- ESouthern I RyOFFERS VERY LOW ROUND- TRIPHohvseeekers Rates6 To irkans s Indaift Territory Louisiana Oklahoma Texas Tickets on sale the first i and third Tuesv It days of each month s Apply to any Southern Ry Agent or write J A R COOK DP A B S YENT T R A J LOUISVILLE KY E T ROSH B o a1 ItLr ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and Councelors nt Law KYry- Cr1MTON This firm will practice in all the courts of Wolfo and adjacent coun ties Special attention to Corpo ration Law and Real Estate Litigation Ollicos Second FloortFarmors Traders Dank sk i e b t In aq1 BREATHITT COUNTY NEWS I f D L ALLEN JEWELER MAIN ST Oli rOSTOFFlCE Ibis for sale a nice lino of WATOIIKS EMBLEM PINS EYE GLASSES SPECTACLES nnd nil kinds of Jewelry REPAIRING A SPECIALTY Prices Reasonable Please gall and examine 51ly r I 4 a r till S r II II r- I i POLITICAL POT PO t RRl r A Recondite Review of Polltical Evcntsbyp P 10 I Sallnagtr dirof I L JCongressman Dnvisl Uhc Demo cratic Congressional convention delligTenth district into the hrinilsot Judge Amos Davis of Morgan count That he will win is un questioned Amos Davis has pos sibly more warm personal friends thin any other man in the district To go to Congress tins been th great ambition of his lifo hualbeenone The final ballot has trhCo won and Davis And in most of the nominations tho nominee has more to regret as to the means of obtainiii the nomination than had Davis in tho toss of it No one ever attributed to Amos Davis the commission of a questionable act He is a thric- olnetlcnntlidnte who brings to the people an tin blemished personal and political record So well known is the purity and integrity of Uncle Amos Davis life that his dearest political enemy must deny any discred itable charge that might be mad against him For years he traveled a salesman for n cloth ncqunintnncoI h can make no corrupting tam rIIr1honejtel conVention licltec uJvhmcr sIi h TC0 There nth no sorts as tho tljof tho convention lI cc t I lutes or rather those who were thero willing to nccept the ronii nation all returned to their re spcctivo counties singing theI praises of the nominee and determined to roll up a big majority for him Tho speeches nilof them were in hearty good will and had no trace of bitterness in them Judge Taulbee our homo candidate made tho most happy speech of the evening and assured the conrc n ion that Davis v ould receive n majority in Brcathitt Recent events have proven that a big corruption fund is not the whole cheese in an election Personal worth and integrity arc more potent than big bankrolls o The question thntVill force itself to tho front and which will seriously present itself to all thinking voters is Why should any cnc save trust magnates and Federal ollicc holders vcte tho Re- PUblican ticket There is cer thinly nothing in tho platform that can commend itself to tho man who depends upon his labor or even on a small business for his l rcad 4It pronuses no rjjlie tteiiitt1lerocrfdo1uplrustism It does not pledge a single thing thntI will give relief from tho thralldom of predatory wealth It was framed to fool the laborer and at the same timo holdout to the trust barons tho assurance that tho Re publicans would not interfere with tho fellows who contributed cor ruption funds The laboring man toi0 Nor can tub Retiubllcans who have been denied a place at tho pie counter have any hope for any future pie under tho TeddyTaft rule of succession No Republcin was ever known to resign a place or to die while in office and none that now hold will give up thel pio hence tho hungry ones remain hungry still Tho boys a who at tho behest of Teddrun tho steam roller over tho other fellows and nominated Taft will expect to continue in place in return for their services and Taft will have to use them for his pur h tsw l reelecting Irnnsel and in nll1nmini hid sl1 ces ojifirld those nroin can rest in tho blissful assurance that they will hold on tc tho pio the party A sucCesfulUlflonilus do 11011C tale to who tcebl protest Vltnc5 Bradley Tho triple of Lezo Majesty isfiwipar donablo oneT oppose the port- o ers that be in tlio Republican I III rtisito It political suicide To j1tho machine means to be crusa il by the nm chino + If Taft d be elected the pie eatcsftwlHj are now in will stay in undthohingry ones who want in will remain out in do ruin =o Failing in their efforts to stir up discord in the JJcraocratic party in Brcathitt couQtthe Repub Means nro easy place to full They see their defeat already written on the scroll of fatea land arc trying to ease the pain bv suggesting that they hiay allow this county to gp two or three hundred DelnocrnHc in order to j get out U numerou Aiordc of can dilates for count officers next and thereb cute such ds illeelect their tiol tifhr lIrd of the UePlt anything to go DC Jcrntlc when they could provcnt 1 1 They arcI liko the li y tht listlcs loudy nsliuuoCsthtout j r t d yrqrh fJIIlff rtJtJcm p li l1iis = t5e tUt I- l tJQl1i W Lr t J r b3tf- jocrti t l t C lN Jsnod rc ip l iart inBreatliit + r H c nil a a 1 sldgairpasgotten and ih unity wtf tell march of n to victory Rejublican efforts to forment strife l1 full on deaf ears for tho Demounts of Breath IU have learned tobownro of the a Greeks when the1corne bearing gifts They have learned thutI the Republicans hab nothing utII sjllish motives in sr4king to array them one against the others They will not bo used as cats paws to rake the chestnuts out of the fire of for tho Republicans They have learned that tho Republicans have no use for a Democrat except to get his votes We refuse to be fooled any = longer0L Neither does a partisan politi cian for a Republican candidate for Circuit Judge ijiid a boy nomi nee for Commonwealths Attorney look good to Democrats of this district We a Democrat for Prcsidori a Democrat for Congressman t Democrat for Circuit Judge nnl a Democrat for ComnKfnwcallj IUtorney nndwell elect them till to this judicial districts ho Democrats are united and wqwill make no mistake Weel thorn on tho run r o Sly months of Republican rule in Kentucky has bankrupted tho State It has shoniTn that they are incompetent to mauagc tho affairs It has shown thntheir boasted politicallefmms has petered out anti failed anclllnit they have n ithcr porfprnacc1 a sinllopro miso nor attt mptedftodo 80Y ThisUsa DemocaticyeaK I1obaked dailat thi Jacksbn Steam Battery Phone 711 IMrs Mary Johnson of Shoul killed a rattle snake ast Friday which measured 54 inches in length with 13 rattles nda button Sio first shot it t1itWo aro prepared io fill special j orders JJAOKSOI i 1 Turkeyt Bess Gallahan visited friends n JetvisitedSunday Walter visited friends hereiunday onhis way to Cannel City hisses Ada Herald and Ruth Terry visited the family of B JI Hacker Sunday They woo entertained with splen madIto Ile- adayDliss R C Terry is visit SteeleyII Sum Gregory visited Sam Calla hans family Saturday Crockettsville Mrs Nettie Riley of Huckhorn from tire effects of overwork gave birth to a still born child on the 12th inst The remains wore buried in tho Huckhorn burial grounds The mother though very weak from the effects of hemorrhage is improving Henderson Fox of Freeman fork of Longs creekon last Sunday lost a lino Stetson three dollar hat and n ono dollar and A quarter silk tie which he would like to have in his pose+sion gain Tim Turner has bought Ed Callahans saw mill and has took a job of cutting fifty thou sand railroad ties for Taylor Voss Taylor on Elkhorn Leslie county Ho expects to have the job in full operation very soon Carlow Sandlin soninlow of G B Riley of this place is aiming erect A steam distillery on his arm near tho head of IJowlings crcelJoel Turner who ex to go West for his health soon has n pair of fouryearold mules for solo Dr Kycrsole of Gilns creek has bought a car load of fresh Hour at Winch cst Jr Tom Johnson grasshopper jbought a fine saddle m Dr a x w etrt r- rls thought bv theflicst finan lofiQfOzockettsjlJocthnt the indrieyjmmc is over Speculation fogncejmpro on the wing Two willsLongs creek Tho well known financiers and mercantile merchants Ed Callahan and Uriah Sandlin will soon be ready to open two thousand dollar stock of merchandise near the head of Buf 1110 with Snndlin as chief manger Undo IIirnm Hogg passed through here last Wednesday from Hooncville and called at Ed Calla loans lie discussed the prospects the future success of tho Dem ocrats in this Congressional aid Judicial District Boss UNCLE Drink Wdinscotfs Pop S 1 This rtouinn says that after months of suffering Lydia E Pinklinms Vegetable Compound made her ns well as over Maude R or iekof LeesburgVa writes to Mrs 1 want other suffering women to know what Lydia E Plnkhama Vege table Compound has done for me For months I suffered from feminine Ills so that I thought I could not live I wrote yon + nna taking Lydia E Iinklmnfn Vegetable Compound and using the treatment you prescribed I toll like a new woman I am now youfarFACTS FOR SICK WOMEN i For thirty years Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound made from roots slid herbs been the standard remedy for female ills- audhaspositively cured thousands t women who have been troubled With displacements inflammation alters lion fibroid tumors irregularities periodic pains backache that bear wn feeling dizziness nervous prostration dont you try it Mrs Plnkham Invites nil sick women to write her for She linn guided adviceI health Addraesy Lynn N r Largest cilcdationlI OF ANY PAPER IN a e I 31LJACKSONS FAVORITE SH- OWBROSSUN OPROGRESSIVE It is in Every Sense Quality Magnifleeso and Variety 1A CRACKAJACK PERFORMANCE f NEVERSO GOOD AS- NOW The A tented Show of Quality and before tho American public for Seventeen years Every Feature Act Sensa tion and Exhibit all new for 1008 WILL J VIA T iGlad for Millions more Follow the crowd a EVERYTHING t tI200 200 uptodateness Continuously ARRIVE SPECIAL TRAIN Entertainment WIsay WORTH SEEING Performers both Human and Animal The reco nizetChampions of Everywhere Finest Horses and Ponies ever exhibited Great Carnival of Novelties Huge Freak Bazaar Colossal Childrens Zoo SocibtyVandovillo a iI ifDIesDogs Mules Sheep and Birds JHr I t tfi Cjrf Will be given to the leading charitable institutions of yourT OffColorCAN OTHER SHOWS SAY AS MUCH FREE IAtllPrsr THE 1 FI AI LYON SON CO I 0J I INSURANCE m iw T ii1iESTATE 1H fl STOCKS AND BONDS0 iI I LOANS NEGOTIATED m d r AGENCIES IN ALL THE PRINICPAL TOWNS oINI aWant Live Energetic Men to Represent Us Jo j in Unoccupied Territory is11I g 0 Address All Communications to the Com It + J pany at Beattyville Kentucky z o i QC H 1i1i tillH ifIriFtM7 Hi F1rif I 1 f K jt tr1 J L i1if 4 it 1 j A y t The Breathitt News l SPER YEAR IN ADVANCE J VISE HAGINS EDITOR FRIDAY JULY 24 i A N PATTON1 r ATTORNEY AT LAWi rOFFICE IN Clt WFOUD BLDO L JACKSON Jit KY Zssas2sEsEsEsEs52SZsZDn PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office and Res Phone 50 C Iii 11JAOKSONI m52525252S225S2 Notice to Candidates Announcements of candidates for oflico will be charged for aj followsFor District 0113ce1000- For a County Oflico 500 Except a complimentary notic given each candidate at the time ho announces all communication boosting candidates will be charged for at 5 cents per line Such communications will be treated a purely advertising matter fo which The News does not assume J any responsibility Cash must accompany all orders for such adversisinjr ANNOUNCEMENTS4 jCOMMOXWMLTHS ATTT v 10rc are authorized to announce iA II STAMPERir 1 of Campton as a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney of this the 23d judicial district subject to the action of the Democratic party Election Nov 3 1908 FOR COUNTY CLERIC lyr I take this means of announc ing myself as a candidate for County Court Clerkof Urcatllitt County subject to the action of k the Democratic party If elected t 4 I shall regardless of party affilia Lions be your most pbcdient ser ALFkiD1tUSSELLe I3rentittIam office o oun dirt boI ted fdradde yenta re a tgpil a6 l 1 c- R ql r 54arQ ettKiprize fo anuoulice r hO EI T DLA NY of Crockettsville as d candidate forSIieriff of Breathitt county i I subject fo the action of the Demo Carty 7 a FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce WESLEY TURNER Jn- s + asii candidate for Jailcrof Breath itt county subject to the action ofb- ftliG Democratic party We are authorized to announce f MIKE ROBINSON has a candidate for jailer of Breath vjitt county subject to the action i the Republican party Howard Stamper Democracy can make no mistak- in nominating Howard Stampe- as its candidate for Common wealths Attorney for this district In fact it will be a fatal mistak- if it docs not nominate him II will lend more strength to the ticket than any one that could bo nominated Ho can defeat the Republican nominee by a majority that will stagger Mr Rashs con ceptions of majorities His nomi nation will mean added to the candidates for Circuit Judg- andJ Congress His opponent could not meet him on the stump no equal him in making friends r Howard Stamper draws people to him wherever he goes Ho i pleasant and genial and a splendid campaigner lie is better acquain ted with the people in the district than any other aspirant Already the people are protesting against the idea for trusting the prosecution of crime to boys Its a mans job le ought to boa strong mum mentally The office of Commonwealths Attorney should be filled by a man who has knowledge of people as well as a knowledge of the law This knowledge can come only from long experience Boys lack this experience Generally the lackof the knowledge of the law alsoI Ho can fill out a mans job Vig orous as a prosecutor astute as 11I lawyer eloquent as an orator and honest as a man he will maImj tho district a prosecutor 1 people lln look to with pride A native of Wolfe count 9 q IIJ poJ iA 1homeas the nomiqeo the county will- give I the Iemocratic ticket OO I majority Extensively related all over the district with relatives who believe that blood is a c10serI tie than politics he will Republican majorities in the Re publican counties With him as the nominee the rnco will be a walk over for him and tho ticket Dont send a boy to millwhen a I I man can put up the turn better This judicial district is Democratic i It will elect a Democratic 1 Circuit Judge and Commonwealths Attorney But lets not be satis tied with a small majority Lets act the part of wisdom and put out candidates who will be able to I mId such strength to tIm ticket that the majority will be over whelming The Democrats are united and the Republicans art divided The Republican is not u strong one Democracy should put up a strong ticket A contrast between a strong able I Democratic ticket and the weak t one the Republicans have would i be a vote getter Stamper anda strongman for Circuit Judge who would reflect a light of slegal attainments and power would make the opposing ticket look like the proverbial thirty cents when the line of comparison is drawn Nominate Stamper and he will be tho next Common wealths Attorney associatedwith n Democratic Circuit Judge The district must be redeemed Dont let your wife boll over n stove this iot weather Fresh bread at the Jackson Steam Ba kery Phone 71- WARM RACE For Circuit Judge In 23d District A special from I still Springs July 19 to the Caurier Journal says With the Tenth District Congressional convention dispensed with the Democrat of the 23rd Judicial District composed of the counties of Breathitt Wolfe Lee and Estill which are a part ofUhe Cnntti f ViprrQooifinl iltA S tati 4 now debating the question of nn dilates for the nomination fo Circuit Judge and Commonwealths Attorney to be voted for in No vemberSo there arc several recep tive candidates in the field fo each of tho offices and it is likel that each of the counties in th district will offer a candidate fa the judgeship while at least two and possibly three will have can didates for the nomination for Commonwealths Attorney Those so far mentioned as bein willing to make the race for Circuit Judge are the lion Hugh Riddel and Judge J B White of Estill county Judge J Wise Hagins of Breathitt Judge Sut ton of Lee and Judge Stamper of Wolfe county Judge Rid dell Riddelle anrI to at e special election Following the death of Judge Riddcll Governor Ade ams to vacancy until a election could be held and Adam- recently secured the nomination of his party for election and b willoppose the Democratic nomi nee It is likely that in view of th Congrese sional convention held at Estill beran important factor in the judge ship nomination It was practi Cons gressional nomination fell to Judge S S Tim I bee the Breathitt county candidate no effort would be made by the Democrats of that county to secure the nominee for Circuit Judge but now that the plans of Judge Taulbce and his friends were upset it is said Judge Hagins will be a strong factor in the race for Circuit Judge Thefriends of Mr Itiddcll are pushing hisclaims with Renewed vigor since the Congressional con vention and they say that he should be rewarded with the nomi nation in view of the splendid rec ordobtained by his father during his term of office and further because of the many hard fights waged by the elder Riddellwhen Democracy seemed to be on the wane in the district Jero Reynolds of Canoe WIlSI here on business Friday J At J fI Rousing Reception The return to his homo of Judge Amos Davis Democratic can didato for Congress in the Tenth district was the occasion of an enthusiastic reception on the part of his friends and neighbors A largo delegation of citizens with out regard to party or faction turned out and walked to Judg Davis home n mile from Liberty and extended congratu lations and good wishes The candidate greeted them with a speech thanking them for their expression of interest and was enthusiastically cheered notwith standing a hard rain was falling which thoroughly drenched the mlienceJMemorial Meetings The annual memorial meeting at the llama Back k grave yard will be held the fourth Saturday and Sunday in August canducto- t by Revs A C Cooper J A Davis Joo Walters and C W I Pugh Everybody inviteda The funeral of Capt Wilfan- Strong and seven others will b preachedat the Strong grave yard near Georges Branch on the first Saturday and Sunday in September by Revs A C Cooper James Davis JOG Walters and Win Clair Everybody Invited Clemons Charlie and Jordan demons the snake bays killed a rattle snake last week four feet long Our school has two teachers this earMrs George Riley has been very sick for several days H II Gibson was here Monday on his way to survey land on the headof South Fork The peo ple are finishing laying by their crops which are looking fine II 13 Keith and R L Howard of Lambrlc ware hero Monday and reported that one of the Mul lins boys had stabbed one of David Oneys boys with a knife and that his recovery was very doubtful The funeral of Mrs Klihuo Olcm pns will be preached tlio second Saturday SelltertiAbor at yard near Ellhue demons rest deuce LEATII Bit But nElir Ca mptpri fcjgojfe County buildfinr Redst cs was let to Franklin Centers Saturday IastG B Stamper vent to Winchester on business Lexingtonrwas in Cainpton Monday night morninrh o of Jackson came down Saturday and remained with his wife and child ren over SundayW O Mize ogStamper J II Stamper Smith and S G Stamper of Campton went as delegates from Wolfe to the Congressional con vention which was in session at Estill Springs last week liar Ian Brewer who was shot sometime ago by Pres Spencer is im proving rapidly A B Cox an wife spent Sunday at the home of Douglas Evans near townW C Smith has been appointed Dem campaign fos1Iles Sampleare visiting at of their father Z T Hurst on Frozen IeAllen of Campton and Miss willIteach the at this place this ycarShelby Cannot left Sunday to be at county tour at Mt Sterling Monday I A excursion over the lI C R R last Thursday took a number of Camptons citizens to Natural Bridge where they spent a pleas ant day J C B Little can didate for jailer was at Leo City the latter part of lastweek N Fulks of Glencairn was in town Monday on business Howard Moore and Floyd Burnett of Still water were in town Monday on legal business G D Cook has moved his groceries and cold drinks to the St Cloud Hotel building where he has installed a small soda fountain Robert Hcnsley of Hobart Okla arrived here Wednesday and will visit friends and relatives i in the county for several weeks I Thomas Watts of Nedwas hero Wednesday buying goods for i his store Ly t r XS r 1tI fTHOMPSON HAMILTON HEADQUARTERS FOR j 1 FANCY GROCERIES rFRUITS 1 j V Yo tM l1eysqWprth or I Phone Us aiidrfe Will Do the Rest f K t i r We also have a nice lincofi LadiesancJ Gents Furnishings cs Latest 1yes 4 and Lowest Prices for Cash- d i I lR J le- I a Sell LACE CURTAINS i Furnishingse t3 i wdIt THOMPSON HAMILTON L C inner Main and Broadway J fI i C E 7 Cool off and get Ice from home The Jackson 10 Electric Hydraulic Manufacturing Company is ouJeye r ot ere 1 t IB T T I eKE T S tfh1itJ j r D SAVE MONEY i f RIGERAT 0 koIr t t 1AN OLDgISrtQR IN VNEW DRESS lJwill Be With You Friday Ju Y 31 r A day of roll holiday hilarity and good cheoys in store for out oethe Sun Brothers Greater Pro gressive Shows which are under lined to appear at Jackson for tw complete performances aftcrnoor and night The Sun Brothers Shows need scarcely any intro duction to this pr any other cum seventeendyears this up to hate tented enter prise has established itself as H preeminent entertainer of tin first water Tho Sun Show alway drthe pleasant m lOry they on anticcipations in this new visit i L ofI I lie Sun iSlipsa massive circle cxliibitioip presenting one actand one feature at H time but these of the very best everything of a weather beaten nature being entirely eliminated 4 The show train will arrive ip the andnas soon as thobfrouf1 qrly rc nipcd it be transferred tO the spjiciouft grounds at Jackson on July 31 whichhnr admirably adapted for thq purpose of giving shows and outdoor eSluhltlont- There tube two perormitgcest- one in theaf ternobn atfwoVclock and anotiiJr at night at cighit oclock In the morning of the exhibi tion day there will be offeredon the show grounds a series of free shows all of an ultra startling character and claimed by the man agement to be worth walking many miles to witness These will be given at 1130 all free to the pnb lie Wonwns Home Companion The August issue of Womans Homo Companion is full of do lightful stories 7 just the right sort of midsummer reading Just ito rJjjt k L iT rl b 1 uQIIp I oJ to pick up the magazine and look at the little Dutch boy and tle youfeelwhen you open the magazine you como across enough stories and entrancing illstrations to give you njoyment for tho entire month TempletailuyIurion Hill Ruth Wilson Her ick May Isabel Fisk Clinton angcrficld and Harvey J Ollig ins And when we tell you that peso stories are illustrated by Or StephensCharlotte famous artists you will appreciate magazinehasThere are serious and practical HeCrcntionITherecipes for summer salads meats and substitutes for meats by Fun nio Mcrritt Farmer and Christine Terhune Herrick the summer AlargaretGouldPage are a few of the things tlmtI will interest most every woman who reads the August Womans Home CompanionI CUT CASS IU A andY WEDDING SILVER Articles of beauty and usefulness combinedI 75c to 5 and upward KEL1AI5LE QUAIJIlXI LOW PltlCES Heintz j JEWELER Main St opp Phoenix LEXINGTON KY t I A l V Day Bros CoS- f Wholesale and Retail Merchandise 0 JACKSON KENTUCKY L Mr MechanicHA- VE YOU SEEN tt Our Bargain Counter Vl We have bought great = 111111t1t1CSF merchandise d at almost half llttrrplil entlnslllsmdrat the bctterAdf iolir 1 ll1rrI11Cilt nl dour stoCk 11n rI R larger theft is pru lent that i cane Ix V of the reasons for making what may seem to you unbolieveable prices f Wo Will mnlrn the fnllnxviiin o C1lSl1 ZIT prices 011 a new and seasonable line of Clothing TInts Shirts flat Shoes Sure Enough Bargainsi Mens 1250 Suits for 5 00 a Mens 1000 Suits for 3 50 Mens 200 Pants for 1 30 Mens 200 Shoes for 125 A HAT STUNT No equal values in huts uru t ob tamable anywhere oJse tpaaypmllo S better values maj bo looked i for in 4 y j the future f A Bargain Q25 Cts Tremendous Cut in Shirts We will continue to scatter profIILI its to the winds Just think of it I Shirts for 30 and 35c == f Come while the bargains are on the counter You may not have a chance like this for years Space forbids quoting ther tastonishingly low prices on all goods but we give you enough quotations to prove Ithat this sale is not a mere Advertising Fake butja Sure Enough Bargain Sale yVyVvVw vyywyiyttejA p It 1 I J 1i1 IQ J q f i The ateathitt News J WISMlAGINS Enmm f CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAR V IMibllMicd KvcryVrhlny iv II IJLANTON U T HOYIJItnALU 4 J WISH IIAOIN5 f- i Blanton Ho erf1ale fu r H agmsf 4i 4ATTOOfiEYS AT LAW 0Ollie In Court llouieJ ckion Ky Practicein all thoc of the Cominonwonlth Litigation con cerniim land titles a specialty Collections promptly niado and r promptly rcmltteU Heal estate bought and sold i k Committee Call The chairmen of tho Demo rl ic rI county committees of the coun- Utesn of Breathitt Estill Leo and Wolfe composing thQ2J1J IJudicial District of Kentucky are V hereby called lohicct at ackspn Kyvon Friday JuIXJI 19Oi1Tat tJ 1 ocloclitpr1JJrLlciiuj sl2ifr i I tIIining tnne an ratan cr A of noininmitink uilidatrs7ur Clr cuit Judge and Commonweals Ji2 1 Attorney in said district I KDCAUMIIAK Chairman 1 r vT M South oj Frankfort was Mere on business irlio coldest watermelons in town will bo found at Collins llumcat w r man 19 Mrs W D Buck was vbUinir 16her parents Mr and Mrs 11tIH + mIlcrald at Herald last week Mrs James L Stidham who has been very low for some time 1jJtVIlb typhoid never is improving lion John W Langley was 1It Thoro Wednesday looking after hill interests in his raco for Congress 1 against Judge Amos Davis Iranyillo Bak who has been r vi living in Texas for the last fifteen years arrived Wednesday for a Jew days visit to relatives here h raMrs vt Q iijuuu and children Tuesday from a two wccks visif to her parents Mr rrHicronymous of 4 4 Primrose to i haries lorry iras opened up a a Pnrto o oi I no No I11i t HUtsonot N l- ofi X atilXeancsdar from It St r1in who G c1hnd taken spine i cattl e to the mitrket The market il nUll ho left 36 Was Dyers 9t unsold w y M Riffo left Tuesday rt Libseraer C Xbccn her guest for tho past wcckor two A IL Patton has been appointed- special judJto or the Estill circuit I 4court to try the case of tho Com i mOD cllth of Kentucky vs WD McIntosh charged with murder jJd aNo in some other important f cases Rev Dr Tyler and Rev Mr McBride were guests on Monday of Mr Taylor on a trip through the mines in South Jackson enjoying their trip on the electric trolley lino and watching tho new electric coal cutting machines in operation 11 G Grcer manager of the Imperial Coal Co and his wife and children and his sister Miss Anna Greer who have been spend ing tho summer at the college dor mitory left Saturday forthcir homes in West Virginia Tlifcy expressed themselves much pleasbd with their stay in the mountains B R Osborn who has been at Leonard Ga in IheYailroad busi ness for the pastjjtwo years nc companied by his wife whom he married in Georgia is visiting the r family of T T Cope lIe says that UIQ panic has paralyzed all busimfs in tho South and that no relief U in sight that thousands of workingmen are out of employment and that suffering is widespread Mrs Nancy Bailey formerly of Taulbce but now of Gilmore and who is tho mother of triplets as reported inTho News at the time passed hero Tuesday on her way thome from Taulbeo where she hind c I visiting She had with her tho 1ripletsOrn Nora and Dora who were all looping well and hearty IJ She had their pictures taken which she intends to send to President 1Rooscyclt who is ono of tho lend- ersI in tho opposition to race sui oldo 4 Ia X x Yr i- HP = Coming Nuptials Tho following wedding an nouncement has been issued and were printed at The News oilko Mr and Mrs G Pearl Combs request the honor ofyour presence r at the marriage ceremony of their daughter Maude to Mr John William Grcer SronFriday July tlnrtyfirsj Nincteen Hundrcd atfdKight 4 at ono oclock p m the BaptislCfiurch Sat Jackson Kentucky lI Marriage Licenses The following nmrringe HcenlfcSi have been issued since our last re port rt Thomas Gabbard and Miss Laura Brewer both of Hlkalawa Willie Shouso and Miss Xore bird Cornett both of Jackson I James Herald of Cnnoo a1 and Miss Ella Sebastian of Tw key 7 hear mindsMiss Yina 13egleyof Ellcntawa George Lofcns mind Miss Monie Hudson both of Noble Sund Y Sermons Christianrhltrch willbe The14 Standard of Christian Duty H At night tho subject will bo iA Stealthy Sinf Time Christian Endeavor Society meets at U30 p m Th subject for time meeting is Our Mission Schools ft cordial invitation is extended to nlfto attend any nnd all services Services at Urn Baptist church Sunday at 11 a in and 730 p m Morniiig subject A Crip plo at Church You are cordially invited to attend both ser vices Excursion Saturday The 01 railway willrun an excursion train to Cannel City Saturday July 25 leaving Jack son at 4 oclock p m returning leave Canncl City at 11 oclock p- In 85c round trip Tickets are good returning on Sunday train Train stops at all stations The Cannel City people are making special arrangements lo entertain tho Jackson crowd at the skating rinl tlatrniihmt A good crowd is going front leret t j srnio iiiiroi uTOdK u W E Cassidy of Lexington nnd II C Thompson of Winches ter have sold their interest in the Impcriii Coal Company of this place to Fred Brown of Clarion Pa and J M Hartley of Fair mont W Va Time consideration is said to be considerable This company has just completed tho installment of a modern electric plant anti are tho best equipped mines in tho Stale Cutting ma chines operated by electricity do nil tho cutting electricity assem bles tho cars and pulls to tho tip pie the only hand work being the shooting the coal down and load ing The general offices of tho company will be moved from Lexington to Jackson and Fred Brown will bo general manager This company has quite a number of heavy coal contracts withrailroads and is putting out an immense quantity of coal About 150 men arc employed in tho mines II Greer will bo superintendent Ice Ready Saturday Ico will bo ready for delivery by time Ice Light Company not later than Saturday morning as tho first freezing will be finished Friday The long delay has been caused by tho ammonia not arriving on schedule time It was shipped by slow freight several days litter than ordered The company promises to sell ice cheaper than ever before sold in Jackson and orders are coming in from Hazard Tallega and other pointsMonday Mr Lucas of the J D Purcell Company of Lexing ton was in town selling refrige rators mail a permanent agency will bo established Time homo Company has already received overtures from two other towns to build plants modeled after tho ono at Jackson Tho fawn is on a boom and already plans are being underway for tho opening of several busi nesscst including a laundry furni turn store coal elevator and livery stable Work n1l cold storage plant is to begin this week Read their ad on second page Quito an interest is being in the new school law in the takenI ter of electing trustees comes off August 1st J e t Notice to Taxpayers Town tuxes are long past due To save expense of levying settle your taxes at once J L STIDIIAM Marshal of Jackson Real Estate Deals w G has purchased of Sam Coekriil his interest in tho Cockrill home farm near the mouth of Cane creek Mr Hays and his brother now own time en tire Cockrill farm except the two nartfi whichTie on Can Ieek Sinn CockrilPhas purchased of Clarence Hidden his residence on Limo Heights and has moved into pit Mf Hidden is storing his furniture in tho hoqso on east Main street formerly cupi d by G G13rotivn until ha decides whether he will purchase other property here or note Shiners Captured 3A special from Frankfort to thij Crneinnati Enpuirci iay Ilafing tho Bart of Ji ffbicco DI13r 7i1Tpj jyired three moonshiners on tho imc of Brcuthitt and Leo counties and drought lliflpj to FrapkfpitJ flier aro AuktstBeJIIW and Sheridan Arrowood of Breathltt- county and Tames AVrowood of Let county They have cohfessed inBreathitttho shrewdcst alleged shiners in Eastern Kcntuclo Mays ijfc Stroyed a still containing JOO gal fans of beerfor Beglcy and cap tured and destroyed tho suit for tho Arrowoods as they were mak ing their first brew Card of Thanks Mr and Mrs Ira Cornett wish to express their hearty thanks and deep appreciation for time kindness rendered bytheir ninny jfrjcjids luring the illness of their littlo- bnbl who died aUtheago of eight weeks rc I Since Jesus has taken home tny precious baby t heaven seems nearer than over before It seems as If itiwaSMin angel visitor in our honiojherajbolow There was joy inexpr5 slb10 im4jsj i lu ti71oarimytaaoa1cwantw to So7ttituabroken heart J pressed akiss u p on itscold angelic lips ahdsaif The Lords will bo done not mine yet praying that I might live nearer him day ana be worthy of kissing ItnL the pearly gate It is a consolation to know Tho light of smiles shall fill again The lids that overflowed with tears And weary hours of woo and pain Let not tho Good Mans faith de part When taken from us those so dear For heavens long ago of bliss Shall pay for all His children suf fer here NEIUA COKNETT I 0 0 F Officers The meeting night of the Jack son Lodge No 302 1 00 F is changed from Tuesday evening to Saturday avowing The following arc tho officers for time term Noble Grand L T Bowling Vice Grand Peter Hays Secretary Willie Taylor Treasurer C rSewell Warden Mason Wright- I G Tom Russell O G Jack Walk R S N G Curtis Edwards L S N G Anso Robinson It S Y G Dan Huff L S V G J M GplH R S S Sam Jptt Jr L S Sv Henry R hack Chaplain W 3l Whitalcei All members of life order are requested to attend Mr andMrsSli Hurst Jr entertained party at bpir home at Peartreo last ITriflay evening Tho elegant country honfo wits decorated with plants and lovely blossoms andduring time charming hours delicious refreshments were served Music was furnished dur big tho evening by Misses Sewell I Spencer and Hollon Tho guests wore Misses Nancy and May Sew ell Jackson Laura Hollon Simp son Nancy and Bess Spencer and Lizio Wilson Oakdalo Elisha Rose Campton Walter Hogg Jackson Taylor and Jphn Hurst Peartreo Hannibal and Caesar Hurst Wilhurst Ely Kosh Simp son I IHe Z J Edge has moved into S E Pultons new cottage on Highland ayonu IV BJm1 I I 8 fool ooks 1 I SALE= y 7 J j fI y BE MEAL i i AND i I PERICTIGN FLOUR- y 11 GOOD C EE and in fact anything you 1 7 11 need Ate ICS qualityy considered lower liz 2 iI tl1ant cesty f7 ie ocAND SEE i I I j lu tBLAKE 1 li t ffl c i =a L t fit MortSchool opened hi 10nduJvith Miss Edna WilliarMaw teacher Fortysix pupils hit enrolled and favorablyteacher The mcc conducted here by Rev 113 indium Sun day was quite 1j sjccess There was a laT crowd present one confessionand Six bit tized Music by Miss Edna Wil amsMiss Maltia Copo was affasant caller on Mr and Mrs Jt I T FJLnchum Saturday afternoon Eli Kash attended churcUtJuuf fiundaj lie nod oth r of talc ins Limner ti3ttoamid Mrs Kelly McGUi 3 J Aorta very r a new chun h under constructid ro is pro grossing nicely Rdi o hope it- only wi by asiiI7 time until om11 1P tlon lit b i r 4 v rrl1mc IB- rc tY 1r111 10 foPL r 1i I ptiel it Mr u iinn 7p Notice to Democrats JACKSON Ky July 8 1908 To time Democrats of the 23rd Judicial District A number of friends have requested me to become a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Circuit Judge Others knowing I that I would not resort to tho usual methodsthe use of money and whisky have discouraged me saying that1 it was useless to seek an office without the use of r suchmethods but inasmuch as I peoIlIle up my mind that if the Democrats oflhoI district will give mo tho nomina electedIthink slime other man more avail lel should be pleased 9seo lumjnpriiinatcd t BY6ifrs for success W aFrq + l 0 II f taJ Iu AILEYST Bm ENtiCE SALE ai OFt Entir Stockg WILL GO AT COSTfI In ordert make room for my fall stocklwill for the next fifteen days beginning July 20 and ending August I offer inducements you can not afford to miss xdBlackTaffeta Silk worth 1 at 85c kFine Tail6jecl Skirts from 300 to 50010 White and Cdlored Dress Fabrics less than Manus facturer prices Ladies Hosit 39cit11 adi sosiry worth 25c at 19c PriceLLaces and Embroideries at a price you dont want to miss Jl y bargainiDQT1ILTO I COME EARLY Early purchasers get the best 1 Abbie Bailey1 Corner Broadway and Main Streets JACKSON KENTUCKY r r L J t IJ a QtioflpJh 14 This is the Question Whether it is better to keep your money in a drawer or safe and dole iTout in payments of accounts and bills or to bankit nndpay by checkt Thero can 00 but ono answer to this bank it and check it out OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH US It will systematize your affairs teach you economy and bring you into communityrThree Per Cent Interest Paid on Time andc Savings Deposits JACKSONiJEPOSI1BANKJ JACKSON KENTUCKY Io 3333333 33333E=JII EE3331I i MIXED w- I 1 1 I O r I NTSiotljet Just received a full line Wr 1 9l which we guarantee i W 1- r tlIg1alastG 41ffe61 longer and look better thanc q R t any oilier paint made Call ett4 z J- 1 rp lW I lrlces I s IPj J tS i ti1 t y rC SOc i1Iv r J 11 I r =v EeZ eeeEEE EeE CEEEEe T iIi l H H H H H0HQH H H H it oYOS 0 H wH Q 0 wHHliH G 1 i 11 r- o jfc I ftl iOU Will Get AH Thats Ov p 1It ivv 4L jv 1 Coming to You tji c I h J THERE IS NO FAKERY J a i In our method of business for every dollari Jo o you pay us you get one hundred cents value in i a return Q t m W mWe Believe in Square Treatment g 4rir 491 Iwiq l IP- So 4 you can see for yourselfthats the surest way 0 J 1 I i i Crawford 5c Cfit f i i JACKSON KENTUCKY 0i tgiinirmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuuiiuiiuiiiEctM 1 MARTIN T KELLY I ATTORNOY AT LAZY I OFiaCK IN JIUItST BLG = JACKSON KY iiiniiiiiituiiuiiiimiiiiiiininiiiiiiiiiiiiJ rDu sII P DUFF R PltrIOIAX AND SUIt EON f OFFICE OSEil REttANQ DRUG STORE tJACKSON= Y II I IL II UUS1 AND SuROE i IPUYSICIAN Building Jackson L1 L11 KyI f J M rr J REMOVAL tt I have moved to McCormick r near Campton Junction where I will continue my business of niak mg I MonumentsI AND TOMBSTONES Any ono wanting anything in ray lino will please writo me at McCormick Ky Iwill make p andhope r orders for mo rl EMSHELT ft tJ lafy yh 1 tif t p t ltlt t f t i CHAPTER IIII Old Love arid New t ELI hero I Am announced enteringII utes later with Nlsh at his side Im here nt my countrys call all right but my confounded country doesnt sect to be on hand to meet me Ills graceful walk was not wholly steady and there was n flush on the handsome young face Tim Into ar rival was Prince Danllo of Marsovla attache of the Marsovlan legation at Parts As diplomat lifcMmd scarcely i scored a success for he had II delight rfully normal aversion to work and a simple i Joy fug the amusements j ofliilwsaril his clubs t Ill huntIip oilsexcohoecy at once 4THE WAS DANILO v I Nlsli was assuring the prince Are are you quite in condition to see him If I may f Oh Im all right enough yawned j toDanllo only I forgot to go to bed last 1 Jnight If I could reel off a few yards Perhaps I could find you some place to Id prefer a desk If you can find one I always sleep best at my desk Hut I suppose There Is a couch sir over In the corner behind the palms How would that do You could get a nice nap there and lu a little while Id find his excellency for you But sir If I may say so why do you waste your life In dissipation when you might marry and settle down Just think howl Would not a dear little wife and a homo of whlloahunfall your clubs I leave It to you Ir You leave It to me retor- tetlDafnllo Then I muko It clubs Hut It I may s so You may not interrupted Daullo crossing to the touch and throwing himself at full length iimong Its cush ions By byl If youre waking call me early spread a handkerchief over his and lu a moment was sound ilieofflopoff Jeavlng Xlsh ttfMlptoe out In a few minutes no sound was audible In the empty salon save the t + r dlstunt swell and fall of dance music punctuated by tho slumbrous princes heavy breathing y- t Then Natalie hurried In with Der Jolldon Both looked anxious How careless of mel tho ambas sadors In Where can I Moro dropped tho miserable tin 7 If my husband should pick It up and find on It those words you were foolish enough to write I wonder If I left it In tho niche on tho stairs when wo were sitting there Lets go back and r sac They turned Lark almost colliding with Bonla wlu wna entering Cas s coda dlntly bohtui her 41 s + 7Oh Mmo Sadowii asked Natsllo 1 tipyou haven t seen anything r fast Ive looked ceryhereI 1 i tttimd l e s r let w I u ht trr t J rt e tiW1I of 0 I I 0 t 1IlVI H No replied tUo ldowlIut lit looT In this room If you havent made a thorough Karen here nlreaJy Natalie thanking her hurried back with her caynlibr to tUo otalrway Sonla Idly bean her search but Cas calla Interrupted hot That can Halt he pleaded but 1 cannot Wont you hear me Certainly assented Jjonla cheerfully You are goingto propose arcnt your Ah you read my Eccretl It required little cleverness You men are nil alike = j Hut no man ever before loved as I love protested Cascada his voice un consciously rising In his emotion You are all the world to me Until I met you I never thought I could lung off grumbled Danllo In his sleep vaguely bothered by tho loud volt iSonla started Some one Is hero she whispered pointing toward the hidden couch You are mistaken contradicted Candida nod even If It were so tam willing for all the world to know how r I LATE ARRIVAL PRINCE A louR blissful sonorous snoro from time couch Sonla laughed her eyes alight with amusement Snoring amid romanco dont go well together marquis she ob crvcil nail as the souring doesnt stem likely to stop the romunce must You say you are In lore with me null I know you are In lovo with my fortune Good by You misjudge me cruelly Cnscnda protestedOh 1 dont Mien ore all alike Goodby As the discomfited marquis made his way wrathfully from the room Sonla uilxehluvously crept across to the couch There lay the Ulan sound asleep his face still covered by the handkerchief Sonla touched his hair Scut roared Daullo giving his head u shako that let the handkerchief fall from his face DnulloS gasped tho widow starting back At souud of his name tho prince sat up dazed nnd blinking Ills wander lug eyes Ml on the woman and with an exclamation of utter amazement he stumbled to his feet rid stood staring incredulously at her Sonia ho exchilmed SoJilnll Then recovering himself ho bowed sillily and said I beg your pardon madame Xo I beg yours she replied Pray go on snoring You dont remember me ho asked surprised Not In tho very least she an Bwered moving away Yet you called Tnyname You were asleep then That was different And udw1 nm awake to the Joy of IEctlngyou again The Joy id all your own Is It so surprising to timid me in Paris I am here enjoying my wealthand free domI congratulate you on both especial ly the freedom Yes freedom li one of your fads I believe remarked Sonla especially freedom from marriage Do you still make a habit of avoiding marriage tt the last moment t t T t L s oJ 1iiiti2r J Sonia you are unjust If It Lad rested with me you should bo my wlfo non not another mans widow If It rested with you she mim IckedWell let the whole Story rest now Its forgotten By you perhnplMieverby mc Ob D91 I remember It every now nnd then for my own nmiituruent But It li hard to think of myself ns the little MnrsQvlun iwasaht maid to whom the dashing cavalry officer Irlncn Dnnllo was onwengaged land whom his rich old uncle at the last moment forbade to merry because of her poet city How differently that some rich old uncle would loop on the match to prettydowryAt least It seems you didnt break your heart over losing time sneered Uanllo No my plebeian heart stood the shock excellently I soot found con solation an elderly husband who lived just one week after the wedding and left me nil his wealth Yes I heard how your father forced you Into the match Next time you Hum choose a husband to suit your self Why should I marry again 7 I nm rich tree I love everything Including 10eT ho asked his eye devouring her fragile beauty I dont believe In love scoffed Hunan All mon nn nllkp Popon of them are after my money and make love to me because they cant get It without mo- P Men are not all fortune hunters ke denied hotly I for one So they all say Each says I love vou Uach means my fortune They do cried rmnllo In rage at the strong Insinuation Well heros Vile that doesnt 1 for ono shall never say to you I love you A stranga smile stole across her face She came very close to where he stood so elose that the faint perfume of her hair was sweet In his nostrils so close that her breath was warm upon his lips RO close that Ills bewildered sego struggled In vain to hi lo from the glory In her eyes Her voice was a musical whisper as silo asked Youll never say to nleI lovo you There was an Infinity of allurement Lt the tempting words Danllo with tl mighty effort shook oil tho spell anti Shouted NeverrThats told coldy4 draxvlne nwitv and seeking toijwis1 I 7 keen disappointment Rut she added more softly why not say It you really want t07 I dont want to hotlccjnrcd sulk ly And you promise faithfully youll never say to me 1 love yon Again she was perilously close to him Again hU eyes tore themselves freefrom the pleading seductiveness of hers as he reiterated I promise Im not going tomako a fool of niyself or bo inuda u fool ot- Is that a declaration of W11rr queried Sonla Xoot friendship Do you mean to say If I asked you tp be my wife you would merely laugh at me All men lire nih They are not and In time 1 prove It to you- Before she could answer the ambas Bador and several of the guests carne Into the room At first opportunity Popoff drew Danllo aside Prince said ho Impressively you have now been attached to this lega tion nearly four mouths and Few of uiy attachments Inst so lout observed Daullo You refer to your love affairs I bnvo heard of them They have brought you to the brink of ruin Yor are almost penniless Url hi my plan 4f Ioc F It j toBve you ahi Ito give you a chance to save ur coil from bankrupt r 2tTuwl1ow llo to tllitm1lwo inn or- mwUlaty till1lie mdOVAnsUe 1 fNeVcrl returncil Danllo nnsftly as he rose to end th lntcrvluuv Then a Krouobman will marry her mid her foituuejud our country will bo rtitnei I wont marr lctNI DafifTo iiall she w ut airy r Hut fur my countrys snko W keep any French luau from timrr k her nut how ti You shall sc F f L1 CHARTER 111 1 The Garden Fete ParisErrdotttil with laughing groups of brightly dressed mou mid women for BonLi had partliUfarJf reijuested tint nil her j Marsovlan gnu is wear their pit Inr e quo native tfi tume nod the result was u verltal slaheIluscopic carnival ot color II p eet riot ot gorgeous I I tues and strlb E tlsresA- nubsssadhr titu0 trim Ipag lean figure dpuieJ I hlroI was ptc lug the alley J near till l1trnlwe IU ipttjg mitTVUUSIy now and flKulu I dp 10 Arrivals In Bcrli of HI i pt 1Vngtli tiA I1l serlwl the m d sought NJsu wan just bmslllag the Wounds nUll oho nmbnssadorat e lu4t1Jttto blm + 5 Xlsbi crlnl 1opoff g it tier rib sham iItI r Iar NEVER I NEVER I NEVER y MFjk1 1 Probably i bring Prliiro Danllohero and UIILl 1ave JIm for i1lsta1tCunt1l IIo wouldnt let uio8tay explained NIsh He says hq wont come lies giving n party If I way say so a- very yay And for the sane of nlot of pleats ure seeking Idlers tho prince I Sonlas to obey lay orders nod coutx to Mijte Yes your excellency He positively refuses to come jAnd wfleu rot say- pollltlelYrcCuss 14 IIer q tle I3iiutlj Danllo repleudciU In tfmu utilfotuTbf a Markovan captain ot hJujsafs stroil ed noncualantly fo vatdltrlthncaro less noil that chute Ignored the umbas sudors glare jqf reproof at his lateness I understand prince began Popoff coldly that you positively refused to obey my So I did so I did assented Danllo cheerfully hut at the last moment I changed my mind mil my clothes and hero I am Ive 1I041ponoll my party for an hour or so Xou see I rcmcm bored my promise tt help you scare away from tho wldoy any Frenchman who seemed to make lure to her Thats why I time Good I approved + lOIIotl rubbing his liauds gleefully Very good And Wtiero do you espect fo bcBlnV l oic 1 Wj YY I With tho mst dangerous suitor I Who Is he i Well replied Popoff coiilldcitlay Ive had my eye on her and It seems to me that Do Jpld6nt x DaulloiWhy Imiwsslble pray 1 think I hntg us good txtpas nay man 1 tlliiish I can love when wclt And from the WilY De Jolldon unal8lydonlknow toward hU being In lovo with her irI Uf 1 may say so your excellency1 put In Nlsh shuilllng noruu think I could tell you of n singlei or rather he added chucklltTg thfnlj I say simile I memo marriedi Mr Nish Internipted Popoff If you con stop wriggling around lake an I InebrlatiM rcntlixid long elltllllhto talk plainly will you do mo the to put your blltherlngs into honorI wortlsWell your excellency Nish I happen to know M do Joll don Is already head over heels In love with a lady who has a husband He Mr Msh thundered Pojwff you are demeaning yourself to time con temptible act of talking scandal Are you aware of that Mr Noah If so go on talking it hind tell me who sh Is r You fool whispered Danllo lu Nlshs ear Everybody but the am bassador himself krovs It Is Mine Popoff whom Do Jolldon loves Be careful ell Mr Nlsh repeated Popoff majestically ins be eyed the squirming clerk with lofty majesty Im walt lug to hear the name of tho lady that Ip Jolldon 10 In lovo with llIl ho neglected to tell me your excellency sputtered Nlsh Then decided the ambassador I shall discover her by diplomatic moans unit when I find who she le sho shall usof hcrullucnco to lure Do Jolldon Hway from the widow Prince will you h me In this Leave It all to me suggested Da nllo with strrtllnn MlltlnrroMtt Dont try to learn her Identity yourself Let UIB attend to the whole matter 111 right consented Popoff It will be n good lesson In dlplomnoy for yon Perhaps 1 can put you on the Tight track rile ambassador drow nn Ivory farm from Ufa pocket filSt light ntthg ombiissy b- allI4 jpjuvrtvovftch who used to M ofimy nltnehix brought tue Ho wniclJplwith Jealousy dnit up said It rotlfttsnudfthataomo man load lYatethetI A eve lour bane Nova Kovllch by pretending tto fun WM her own Ah butmy wife Is a born djplomatlst Kovp Kovltch was convinced anlL I pbckotod till fun for future reference- DanlloI took tho trinket from PopofTa hands and read the penciled Inscrip tion IWb ho said on Impulse this Is Do Jolldons handwriting How dons It ImpiwH that ho Then siUeaIHl Popoff In triumph It Is Mme Nova Kovltih he loves Tho whvl thing Is absurdly simple when a brain like mlno In brought to I bear on Itl- lJdhthtlll with Ids own astuteness tho ambassador pattered oft to join tho other guests leaving Daullo fan In hand blankly facing the astounded lit tie clerk Nlsh observed tho prince do you suppose Its possible Do Jolldon can bo In love with Mme Nova KcvStch as well as with Mme Popo- ff1dld like to think so murmured Nlsh as ho started faithfully off lu tjw wake of Ids chief Id like to think 8- 0ItIt would wake It less exclusive less of a monopoly And to think his excellency never recognized his own wifes fuel Where Ignorance Is bllw why rend up on divorce laws Laying tho fan on a nearby table Dauilu wits turning nwny when a voice behind him called mockingly Still In retreat So you aro afraid of me Whirling about tho prince faced Sonla Sho was bewitchingly pretty In tho black and gold Mnrsovlan dress that showed to fullest advantage every willowy line of her figure Im hot ho contradicted rCfrullhlollI And you nro going nwny Hko that Oh you stupid man I I cant tell what you mean ho answered puzzled I And I shant tell what I mean she rejoined By tho way she added how do you happen to bo bore You declined my invitation Im here ho replied bluntly be causo Im uiakmg It my business to set rid of every Frenchman who shows signs of proposing to you But b she asked In wonder For my ownlUJullement thats all- Yodyou dont happen to bo In love with mo yourself she asked a tinge of wistfulness In the light mockery of her tone t Certainly not be retorted with suspicious promptitude I Youre vsry very rude she re proved Jhtt silica you dont lovo we you out to bo ablo to give me good advice nbou accepting a man I really muryI Danllo chagrined s some ono you want to marryShe noddedI Whoever the man Is lies after your money he sneered I No she contradicted Ho is nott not this one You said all men were alike Thla man Is different Ho loves mo Then mummy him What la It to me llarq Bone you want to I dontm s W 1fJlJ- L 1rcare And lit taunt uj yoqr wad luf dnucfc till I wear holes ihrougl1111 n shoes I Toil sllly Cby she EcofTiHl Youn jealonsT Jealous ho ragisl Jealous I Jealous TfmtH if good one 1tulktlnWIIlecture The neglected fan lying on time table naught ijonlaK eye She pkoI It up Idly amiopened It TIll words I lost you met her gaze Quickly she glanced at Danllo l I umlorstniid she tnurmnriHl to r herself Ho vowed hed never say t ime RO Iwo written It Noting that Danllon back was to scant bur she furtively lifted tit fan to her lips null kissed time wrlltei words Then as sine restored It to the table shoo whispered Just the wime Ill mako him say It Ho ham She crossed to where ho stood lave you nothing to say to me prince she asked Ji Only om thing goodbyl- Ooodhy she echoed Youre TOUIV not going I leave Paris tomorrow morning by the ilrat tnilnforcverP Then yoU wont Iw lucre utter nlJ to dunco at my wedding NO lint you promised And now I imp pose I shall never see you ngaln for when Im married I shall live In Paris patlolirhueshould turn your back on your native land marry a Ftonehmnn nUll settle bun Yet It Is what I hero decided she answered Thin U prubibly the last thou I shall wear our native costume Of dance our wild national dunces To days feto Is n sort of farewell to old tithes No our dunce and costumes would not npiKKil o n Frenchman Who Ir- It you are going to tarry Time engagement Isnt nnuounced yet shoo evaded Then he n tnrne l with a shrug I suppose I shall never know for I leave early tomorrow And you wont dance nt my wed ding Ivo told you I would not If you wont she oiled n sudden Inspiration Hashing through her mind nnd IlKhtlnir her pal0 face to daztllug beauty dareo with me iiowl1 She stretched out her leuder whlta arms with ni nllurcmvnt that no mor tal man cop I rcalat Continued next wool You can get n sqimro mealor lunch at the Jackson Steam Un kcry Cull when in town It Itcuclicd tin Spot Mr E Hmnilirey wlii owns a Urge general store nt Oinegu 0 and In president of the Adnm Jounty Tell phone OOA well its of this Hum Tel iplione Cu of Iikn County d eats nf Dr Kinds New Dlicuvvry It saved my life once At lean I think It did It seemed to reach tha- neposthe very teat of my oonih vhcn everything else fulled Dr Rings Nuxv Dltctivery not only rp4iili the cough spot It heitl tho t ire spots sad thin weak spots In thrust IIIMK sad chest Sld under Ktinrntiteir nt nekton Drug store tAe anti 1100 Trial bottle free The Danger Period Every spring there are eons imartln Who at ancient fogies scow But theyll chortle onco too often It they take their flannel ort Tlio World H Mt Ullinuto IK not entirely free from disease nn the lightest elevations fevers prevail white on thus lower levels mnlnrln i encountered to n jreateror lis Hxlenl according to latitude Tu ovorcnniH climate affection latitude malaria jftundlcip billouenesttfever and ague irta cenernl debility the nmtelTartlvf remedy I Electric Hitters tho great attentive and blood purifier antidote for every form nf bodily weakness nervousness and Inioinnla Sold un der guarantee Jackson Drug Etta lrice We Sad Road Indeed It ifie wonder that tho grangers are spcnklpg pieces In favor of better roads as the mud Is something formi dable on tho country roads At Kast Longniendor Mnssu one of the churches wnsclowpdou n recent Sunday on account of the muddy condition or Oho roads says tlwIJrtrord Times A Hartford to Cromwell found time roads Impassable In some places rendering It necessary to take to the fields Time milkmen and tcamsterfl declare that they never saw the boat of it nod the chauffenr who gats off the macadam Is entitled to n premiumValued Same nK Gold II G Stewart a merchant of Cedar View Miss InY8lor toll my ciu turners when they buy n bjx of Dr Kings New Life Illln they get time worth of that much gold in weight If billlcted with constlplion malaria or hlllou lIeu Sold under Knarmtee at Jackson Drug store 23a b IW 1j1 lr A Cnllforuluu mf TurlT- ime lucklellt day UIIIIV tiwhen I bought h box oYituaki ntci Salve writes Clmrles K Hmiiii of Tracy Gitlirornln Iwo flio hi Ha Itsipgof years and yielded to no nthpr trt i + guarsatJackson 0 L1ERAILWAY f WESi1 130UDINo 1 NoJ No 5 SundayEx 4M Pal A M r TooO j Elkatawa G 20 210 710 oAthol I k Talleya 0 49 8 00 7 34 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