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Q Inest Advertising Medium I ATHITT A O ADJOINING COUNTIES r na asrms J WIBK lUoiNB Editor and PtfblieherANKwsiArKK UKVOTKD r jOitJiK iKTHiiuara or EASTERN KENTUOKY OWE DOLLAR PEE YAK IN ADVANCE I j IN The Jew Store Is FQ OUT THEIR SUMMER GOODS hand and nro goingto Bull thorn at low Wo Imvo n big stock on prices in order to miiko room for our Fall goods Wu havo n big stock of Mens Brown Suits 1800 Suits for 12 50 1000 Suits forZ99 Tan Shoes and Slippers at cost t wfx- P + 1f 1212c Lawns for 8 l2c re C 12 l2c Ginghams for 8 l2c Bits stock of Lace Curtains l5c curtains for 40c a line of Mens Brown Pants atwhichhalf price Please conic ex amine our foodsL z The Jew StoreFAMOUS FOR BARGAINS EUSTER r ISAACS Proprietors L oeeGoeoeeoeeeeGmQoo Mri- t pit FLOYD DAY Ircn T SAMUEL HEAD Jr tumuc 1 0 d F P CHAWFOUD Yltto IresdtW S 1IOPPIW Ast Ctuli dc Actlnj Caxhlir1 I DAVIS dFnuunnnlut S- i5 o- g OUR I- IBANKING METHODS 3rJ 1 ARE SATISFACTORY ttiS F I t O- g C0 ifih7lFaha growing clicntifofIf nI you arc not already in thistvv r her Avhy not open an account now i e 1011dg e PAIDUP CAPITAL and SURPLUS 2735000 g M m a JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK f d G Jackson Kentucky d Ii 0 f 0rN iitSwitt nhw tXtiXt15 10tIU0t w7 35Hu THE 1 R9y OFFERS VERY LOW Rates4 i i To Arkansas t Indian Territory Louisiana Oklahoma TexasII first and third Tues f Tickets on sale the days of each month Apply to any Southern Ry Agent or write ly f LOUISVILLE KY 8 u 8AMHB K T UOSE SAMPLER Attorneys and Councelors at Law OAMPTON ICY thethiscourts of Wolfo urul coun ties Special attentionto Corpo ration Law nn Litigation Olliccs Second Floor Farmers Traders BunkI jt ls r BREATHITT BOUNTYJI u D L ALLEN JEWELER MAIN ST OlP IOSTOFFICE- I Ins for sale a nice lino of WATCH us KMisrjsM PINS 13YI3 OLiASSIJS SPECTACLES and nil kliulH of Jewelry REPAIRING A SPECIALTY Prices Reasonable Please gall and examine 611 y r POLITICAL 1 POT pOliticaiEVents PdRRI lA Recondite Review of by 1Salmagundi J Tile Ucpublicansfcry that timer e isno panic They hy Unit it is nil imagination hay have II contending bat prices for products were good and that there could bo no punic while such n condition existed But they were not truthful in that contention Steadily and surely the price of farm iucts art lrortiont8IIth tne e VnnJTii oodsrc taOtJ1nJJJhln- ctories are shutting down and millions of laborers are being thrown out of employment Want and hunger stalks abroad in the land and the coming of winter is all thin is needed to make this country u veritable hell of hunger toadwant Yet tho Republicans cry that there is no panic 0 With nil branches of govern ment in their hands they have turned leaf ears to the cry o f labor and have listened only to the seductive voice of the trusts the campaign fund contributing trusts Tho wail of widows and tho groans of anguished laboring men leave not hudIl hearing at their councils To the demand of tho poor for protection against predatory wealth their answer has beets Tomorrow Always to morrow They would revise the tho tarin and give relief to morrow they would enforce the laws against the robbery of trusts to morrow hey would compel tho railroads to quit robbing tho pco plo tomorrow With them tomorrow moans wh n tho trusts will give them permission to do so 13 JTUl l rtlItlm th Jl- publienn phiZ1 eton StolIo trusts o When they made their ticket they know that to hold the trusts and other predatory interests in- line and to show them that they did not mean anything serious by their platform promises the Re publicans put on a candidate for VicoPresidcnt to preside over the Senate a member of several trusts n trust lawyer anda man in absolute accord with the trusts And thoy expect sensible people to believe that they will give the peoplo relief Why have they not done so already They have had the power and the opportunity and have failed to do anything for tho people Why trust them to do anything in the future 0With every newspaper in the I land every book publisher every Puller box manufacturer asking for n wiping ont of tho tariff on paper and wood pulp tho Republican party lot the paper trust dic tate its policy and refused to grant the relief So with every other trust in the land They are im mine from prosecution by tho Republicans and have no fear of any of their special privileges be ing disturbed as long as that party is successful Yet tho promise to bust tho trustsl What have they done in tnat line Judge Landis lined the Standard Oil Company of Indiana twent nine times as much as its worth not to punish it but to bo spectacular and to get tho people to thinking that the Republicans wore after tho trusts to kill Landis knew as well as every other thinking man that not a dollar of that line would ever be collected Ho was playing to the galleries and trying to fool tho people into the belief that the Republicans were playing the devil with tho trusts But before I the election even the U S Court of Appeals hats reversed Landis and the farce is exposed I o When tho trusts get good and ready the Republican party will do something for tho people but I to expect them to do anything Unit is not sanctioned by the trusts Is worse than folly No slave of old over dill tljc bidding of its i muster more readily than time Re publican part tlbcys time of the trusts God help tho rich I the poor can Jis the motto of that politicjal aggregation lct llmoti ezi et t fool the pcop- lintosupporting e tlienl to Qurownllcar JIr Lunjle isfimo of tlmCaggrpgation of specu jating lolitic1in nnd comes to the people with a bribe in his hands expecting people to bite ait it Tho bribe is indirect it is true but it is a bribe nevertheless lie says I got yofit Federal Court In return for Uifevou should vote for me Did hp do anything more than his duty in this 1 Did he not get pay for his time while at itl Because ho Secured n fewa appropriations is Hhat an excuse why he and hid party did not do thd things that tlieollc demand ed Tis saidof Frank James that frequently after robbing a bank and possibly killing its of ficers ho would give part of his booty to poor and needy people Yet that did not palliate hid robbery The few gogd things that Mr Langley didjdpuran not weigh against the sins romission that he and his party liiivo chargcdup against them by tlin suffering of time nationiLha The ltepuu icnnpJare no exchse for not grihg thohgiafle some re lief ThffyvM t1it dower and the opportunity rLnn leJ was there and onoibfjllj iA Did he raieb JIIS olfIJrt u W theo J Alas ehallrr 4B l1 1rilM JI lt h1 rfI1lt1 tie protection of Iiita lM Nut- on your daguorrip ypc lie thought to fool the soplo by n few doubtless he reasoned that notwithstanding the fact that ho had done nothing to bring relief to tho people from tho grasping of tho trusts he could lull them into forgetfulness by having appropriations made for their locality and with nnI empty treasury the Republican partisan Congress allowed its Re publican members to attempt to bribe the people by appropriating then publics money That liarI to tho galleries will not worI There is no reason why any Dem ocrat shouldvote for Langley and there are many reasons whi tho Republicans should otoI against him Ills position should bo nn insult to the intelligence and the manhood of this district Ho will have to have a better plea than that Ho will have to explain tho absolute refusal of hisI party to do something for the farmer and laborer and its steady sycophancy to tho trusts and to tho interests A r The country is demanding re lief from tho oppression of the trusts and tho vested interests and they are not going to trust the task of securing relief to n party that has had tho opportunity and refused to take advantage of it to n party that has made these conditions possible Tho Rcpub cans have been recreant to tho duty the people imposed upon them nun they will not bo put in power again Tho vampires of predatory wealth will not be sup prssed by tho friends of tfio van pires It is useless to look to tho Republicans for relief Farmers Institute The Farmers Institute of this county will bo holJI1t the courthouse on Friday and Saturday August 7 and 8 Many methods of improvement will bo vigorously discussed Dont fail to bo pres ent and hear the speakers Tho ladies are invited Admission free Fresh breadcakes and pies baked daily at Ufo Jackson Steam Bakery Phone 74 N EWS 11110 Largest PAPER IN Circt THIS rliollI arrmac aaaamst ae 40olumcCLOSING deadadpi SouthernROUND- TRIPHomeseekers AA IJetts Creek IW K Terry made a business trip to Athol last week i Noah Johnson is progressing withIaverage an fortyMiss L D Johnson of Lexing ancsi are icing their parentsjvRev and Mrs Klislm Johnson Miss L D Johnson wants to buy a farm in this county some where on the L E railway an not over ten miles from a station I Any ono having a farm to set will please send description of the land and price to her at JeWs Creek Ky- There will be baptizing at the mouthof Jetts Creek Saturday August I at 2 p m and preach ing at the school houso Sunday at 10 a m conducted by Revs Eli sha Johnson and James Jehnson Just a few lines in the interest of tho Lord John the Baptist came to the river Jordan lie did not sprinkle one But baptized them in tho water In the name of Gods own Son CIIOUUS Ohwe baptize in the water For that is Gods command Tho Baptists they are scornedon They are scorned on every hand Because timer preach the gospel while traveling through the lund If you want to get religion Ill tell you what to do Go arid join the Baptist church For Christ was a Baptist too r I hope every member of the Biiptist hurch and a very largo bothtimeCome sinner comq n1 hcartl- wru1 11r w Jj nAL1J The Blue Grass Fair The News oflico is in receipt of a catalogue of the big Blue Grass Fair which is to be held at Lex ington tho week of August 10th to lth and wo have consented to forward to tho management of tho fair the names of any parties desiring these catalogues who may make application at our of lice The catalogues mare among the handsomest from an artistic standpoint ever had by any lnirI association The cover design is anexceedingly attractive drawing from the pen of n famous animal artist It is arranged in panels showing ut the top the four classes of cattle andat tho bottom tho four classes of horses for which the Blue Grass Fair makes provisions while on either side are groups of sheep mind hogs Tho printing is artistically done in colors on the handsomest grade of i paper and it is no exaggeration to say that tho catalogue presents the most attractive appearance of any catalogue ever issued for a fair The premium list is well worthof the exterior appearance Twentylive thousand dol lure is given by tho Blue Grass Fair and divided among the differ ent classes of live stock in such a way as to insure a splendid show Every arrangement has also been made for varied and excel lent amusement features mind tho amusement program will bo tho most entertaining ever load by any fair association in the South Altogether tho big Blue Grass hair which is the particular pride of tho People of Central Kentucky is this year outdoing itself in every way It S Crow local editor of tho Beattyvillo Enterprise was hero on business last week Prico Hounshcll who has been in the arty for the past thirteen years is homo on a three months furlough Gilbert II Williams and wife of Stevenson who have been vis iting their son andother relatives in Kansas since last December i returned home ridnrI1 The Rural School Tlib work of tho rural teacher has again dawned upon us and we hope to make this years teaching a greeter success than ever before Our good editor of Tho News hast so generously agreed to give n column of his paper for time com munication of the teacher of our county that wo hope they will al avail themselves of this oppor tunity of becoming better ac qnaintcd and moro familliar with each others plans of work We realize the greatnecd a closer Iircatlmittdand more sure way of acquiring it 1than through the columns of our popular county paper In tho way of a suggestion I will say that it would be profitable to have an article each week in our county paper stating the chief obstacles of the teachers work I do no hean for time teacher to dQtaiJaU his troubles for I fear they would be too many and there would not besuflicientspacetoprintthemFor ment for every trouhlo thoro is n I relief and the teachers of the rural schools must unite hand and heart betterjmont nt1tinterestamonghis of the district The latest prob lem of tho rural school is how to educate the patrons of tho district for the duty before them If time father is idle negligent and care less the son naturaly will possess t the same qualities If the mother cnconomicallHuollt mie will never be late for the opening exercises of your school cleanlybathedhead Every father and mother must be ajcnqlicr if the school is VvlTatrtt anonlcrbo r1 Tarn located this rear at theI mouth of Meeting House Branch District 18 and am delightedso far with the success of my school The attendance has grown from fortysix the first day to seventy five nt present and Inm glad to report a pleasant time with themI S S Dont let your wife boil over a stove this hot weather ltroshI breadat tho Jackson Steam Ba kory Phone 71 Drink Wainscotts PopI Valued Samu ns Gull n ti Mevart n inefcluuH of Cedar View MIs says I tell my cuv amt ra when they buy n buz of DrI KliiKs New Life Illls they get the wurtii of that much gold in weight If lllljttd with coiiBtiptloii iniilarin or Iiliiui8iie s Sold under guarantee nt Jnckson Drug store 25e NATURE AND A WOMANS WORK LYDIA E PINKHAM combined remedy for womans ills that the world has ever known In the good oldfashioned lays of our grandmothers they relied upon toIThe Indians on our Western Plains today can produce roots and herbs for every ailment and cure diseases that bate tho most skilled physicians who have spent years in the study of drugs From the roots and herbs of the field Lydia E Pinkliam nmoro than thirty years ago gave to the women of the world a remedy for their pe culiar ills more potent and effica clods than any combination ofdrugs VegetableQuap1oand remedy for womans iHsTi Mrs Bortha Muff of 015 NO St Louisiana Mo writes Complete restoration to health meaqs so to me that for the sake wnllngtoFor twelve years I had been flutTer ing with the worst formsof female ills ditterentIcnn tell what I suffered and at times I could hardly walk About two years ago I wrote Mrs Pinkhatn for advice I followed it and can Lydia E Pinkhams VegetableCom pound and Mrs Pinkhams advice restored health and strength It is worth mountains of gold to suffering womenWhat Lydia E Pinkhams Vege table Compound did for Mrs Muff it will do for other suffering women AVo 4 superb line of up to date sampjcs pmr of modern printing Wo deliver work when promised At the meeting of the Demo cratic National Committee in Chicago last Saturday tho follow officials were chosen to hnvo charge of tho coming campaign Norman Eo Mack New York chairman of the National Committee L P Hall Nebraska vice chairman Urcy Woodson lion tucky secretary Gov Charles N Haskcll Oklahoma treasurer John T Martin Missouri sergeant at arms Henry Waterson was named to head tho newspaper committee which will handle tho publicity problems of tho campaign We are prepared to fill special orders for all kinds of cakes JACKSOX STEAM BAKKKY iid fkl a i11i t3 Jd4 Ei li il IdajF tit R TH E iF deF F1 A LYON SON CO- m alit dF- d i dFdod P INSURANCE dr- dqr SL T REAL ESTATE I del STOCK AND BONDS iflt ds- fp dTLOANSt dsFbr d itch F AGENCIES IN ALL THE PRINICPAL TOWNS fa IN EASTERN KENTUCKY 1 ia Want Live Energetic Men to Represent Usa m in Unoccupied Territory m t ds1dlda ad Address All Communications to the Com m pany at Beattyville Kentucky i1 d Q OeeOe litti iFr iild f1i i di e + I rrw c 1 10 1 I The Breathitt News 1 PER YEAR IN ADVANCE i J WISE HAGINS EDITOR J FRIDAY JULY 31 i I I I ff IQ i A H PATTON ATTORNEY AT LAW J I t OFFICE IN CRAWFORD BLDO JACKSON KY r a i 2I e I rsS525SWANGOSC1 1M PIIVSICIAX AND SURGEON OQicc and lies Phone 50 r I t l JACKSON KT n- I 552525as2sasinIIIItttl- lIIIINIIIIIIIIIIutIUnllllilllllnw = MARTIN T KELLY = ATTORNEY AT LAW OFFICE IX HURST 11IG = JACKSON KY- EmiiiiiiuiimimimiHiwinmiiiiiiiiiiii Ii cc Sq DR 11 P DUFF h PHYSICIAN AND SUIMJEON B R OFFICE OVKK RELIANCE DRUGSTORE R I JACKSON KENTUCKY JI G qS S I aC II IIUKST AND SURGEON IDu Postoflico Building 54 Jackson Ivyi J Notice to Candidates Announcements of candidates for office will bo charged for I1S followsFor District 011ice1000- For a County Office 500 t Except a complimentary notice given each candidate at the time I heannounccs all communications 1 boosting candidates will he charge + for at 5 cents tier line Suchcom munications will bo treated as I purely advertising matter for which The News does not assume any responsibility Lash must accompany all order- for such advertising ANNOUNCEMENTSICOMMONWEALTHS ATTT Wo are authorized to announce A II STAMPER- of Campion 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 CLERK I tako this means of announcing myself as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Breathitt I County subject to the action of the Democratic party If elected 1 shall regardless of party allilia tions be your most obedient servant ALFRED RUSSELL To tho Voters of Breathitt Co I am a candidate for tho office of County Court Clerk to be voted for at the November election 1909 GEO W NOBLE i I t FOR SHERIFF 1 We are authorized to announce ROBERT DEATON of Crockettsville as a candidate for Sheriff of Breathitt county subject to tho action of the Democratic 1I party I FOR JAILER Wo UfO authorized to announce 11VESLEY TURNER JR as candidate for Jailor of Breath ittcounty subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce MIKE ROBINSON as a candidate for jailer of Breath itt county subject to the action of tho Republican part- ySimpson Miss Pearl Troy was visiting at Mrs Hamptons from Saturday till Tuesday Miss Edna Wil hams teacher at Morg went to 1Jnckson Saturday returning Sun W L Welch traveling1 salesman for Paris Milling Co was in our midst Monday Jno Hollon who was run over by a handcar several days ago is able t to be out again Taylor Hurst nnd E C Kash went to uncle Jin- Copes Tuesday to discuss matrimony with the opposite sex Morg was represented w Capt Wm L Hurst of Cams ton was attending court hero this I u lweekf 9 John W Kern of Indiana Bryans Running Mate One of Democracys Most Valiant Champions A Man of High Ideals and Sterling Worth Excellent Campaigner A Stump Speaker Second to Nona n the Hoosier State Join w KERN Quicksand L D Howard returned last week from Mt Sterling where he had been with a bunch of cattle for the court day sales He reported a heavy decline in tho price of cat tle He left a part of his cattle unsold on account of tho exceedingly low prices QUickIslln day and Sunday Mr Davis is uI rood political prophet and predicts the panic will never cease until presidentsnext We moo proud of the work of our two Sunday schools in our neighborhood The upper school 1 convenes at nine oclock each Sunday j morning at the Hounshcll school house and a good crowd always there to enjoy the isII In the afternoon wo meet at oclock at the school house near the mouth of Meeting House Branch and enjoy ourselves there for an hour or more in tho same rood cause We can ojrcady see the effect of these splendid Sunday worships upon our community and wo hope that every citizen will be present at each service and endorse the good work We were proud to have Rev Paul Derthick with us a few Sundays ago and we hope to have him visit us again real soon He is to be highly commended by the people of this count for his perseverance in the founding of Sunday schools in Brcathitt county Our school is progressing nicely under the management of South Strong The attendance has grown from 45 at the beginning one month ago to 75 at the present and tho patrons of the district seem to bo greatly interested in the school On last Friday a de bating society was organized and the program was carried out to the satisfaction and pleasure of all who was present Tho follow whicheproves the interest the patrons of time district aro manifesting in the school and their community Sam Frazier president Arthur Snow den vice president Miss Maggie Snowden secretary Green Wat kins assistant secretary and Ger trude Card well was chosen to pro duce a paper of current events and happenings of the school A full program was ciirricd out and the young speakers were greatly pleased with their first efforts in debating and oratory A goodly number of the patrons were pres ent and pledged their support to tho society This is ono of the best means of arousing an interest and sympathy in the community torhear of every teacher in Breathitt county organizing a debating society for their schools We in vito the community at large to come and visit our school and take A part in these exercises which will be given on each Friday afternoon Crockettsvill Willie Bowling is on time sick listJosh Aikcmnn of Clmvies + Las here Saturday Lacy the little laughter c f Granville Turner is very sick John Morris of Jackson is vis icing relatives and friends here Miss Eliza Bowling attended church at Turkey creek Sunday James Riley and wife were visiting here Saturday and Sunday Miss Nancy Combs spent Friday iJht at the homy f F Fans I Master Harry Belcher spent Thursday night with his uncle Benny Turner Wilson Callahan was the gucs of his sister Mrs Lillie Gross a Buckhorn Monday- G v B Callahan has been visiting his sister Mrs Nannie Rose at Eversolc Owsley county for the past week Mrs Lucy Combs who has been sick for some time is now at Boonovillc where Dr Cook is treating her case 4 Mr and Mrs Hobert Stumpc were the guests of the latter s parents Mr and Mrs Henr Sebastian at Canoe Saturday William Belcher of Shoulder Blade who has been visiting his brother L U Bowling and family the past week returned home SundayMarried at the home of the brides parents IIIlnd Mrs Elijah Sebastian on Thursday July 23 James Herald of Crock ettsville and Miss Ellen Sebastian of Turkey Creek Rev Granvillc Ilounshell officiating On Friday at the homo of tho grooms father Elliott Herald about lift people were present and all par took ofu bountiful dinner after which a dance was given by hand Mrs Walter Turner in honor of the young couple ELIZAIIKTH I Ned Crops arc looking lino in this vicinity Linvillo Miller is preparing to build a dwelling house If not providentially hindered- on the fourth Saturday and Sunday in October John II Combs Elias Mullins and Jasper Arro wood will meet the people on Ca noe fork near the church house Revs Elias Mullins John II Combs and Jntnes Neace visited Turkey Creek church recently and were joined by a largo audience of seemingly interested peoplo ajid their generosity and kindness seemed to bo extreme toward the isitors They extended them the 4I welcome hand to come again ITho people of this vicinity arc over the death of Paddy Napier for ho vas kind and gen miimtlandI fore they ure sorry to lose him Tim little son of John 11 Combs said ho wanted to go and view the remains when ho heard ho was dead Ho said there is now no ono to give him candy and that he had lostA good friend Wo hope we will see him again 09some sweet shore tuul bright clime where his and our troubles will all be over where we can give him the welcome hand of n happy meeting CIcmons Joe Lovely of HOUSSOIU was here Sunday Elihuo Clemons was at Riley Hows Sunday Ell Stacy of Decoy was here Monday on his way to Jackson Lewis demon of Lambric was here Monday The people of this district are taking great interest in tho clcc tion of a school trustee to be voted for tomorrow Sol Nix the great snake killer killed two rattle snakes lust week Ono wcs 4i feet long and the other measured ft feet lie also killed a copperhead George Clemons and Rev II C Clemons killed a wild hog in the preachers corn lielda few days ago If any owner will come forward nnd describe him the said Clemons will pay tho costs Campton Wolfe County Undo James Brown of Bethel was in town Monday lion T 0 Lykins of Lexing ton was itijtown last week A large crowd from this place will attend the footwushing at the Old Baptist church on Stillwater next Sunday Mrs D B Hose visited rela tins on Frlleys creek in Lei county Saturday and Sunday- G WI1tQthlon of Winchester W s intownSaturday on bust ness pmtaming to tho rental of his lztel at fij ice GS been drill IOIi am ting all weirs m Ylat county during tho greater part of the summcS returned homo last weekAttorneys G Band A II Sattur lI sonic civil suits inl Magistrates court near Fincaslle- J T Day Esq of hazel Green accompanied by his nephew Jesse Kash of the same place and Ambrose Nickell of near Winchester passed through town Monday cr route to Hazel Green TIme CashdolUr Oil Co have contracted with Spencer and Mar shall to have an oil well drilled on tho Ward Watson farm on hear Pen creek The drilling will be gin within the next few days Dock Bush L D Mitchell and Superintendent Chambers were arraigned before County Judge G T Center Saturday charged with breaking into time Torrent school house Upon investigation by the county judge tho cases were promptly dismissed Representative Patrick of Ma goilin countwa in town last week advertising and making arrangements for tho Wolfe County Farmers Institute to be held here Friday and Saturday of this week The institute should be well attended by the farmers of the entire county us interesting lectures on various farm subjects will be delivered by practical and scientific farmers employed by the State Buckhorn Perry County S J Burns of Clay county was the guest of his fatherinlaw Sunday Mrs Minnie Abshcar andchild dren are guests of her sister Mrs jA Johnson Mr and Mrs Clifton B Gross have returned to Buckhorn after a visit to Mr and Mrs Hobert hincry Mrs John Gross has returned home from a pleasant visit to her Illgnituland IHer and Mrs II S Murdoch I entertained delightfully with a six r oclock dinner Tuesday in honor of Mr und Mrs Clifton B Gross Among those present wore Misses Sadie nnd Florence Taylor and Mr English of Danville and Elmer Gabbard of Booncville Notice to Taxpayers Town taxes are long past due To save expense of levying settle your taxes at onceJ STIOIIAM Marshal of Jackson THE CAMPAIGN IS ON Who Will Be President To form your opinions and keep in touch with tho progress of tho campaign you will need lirstchiss newspapers Wo have made a special arrangement whereby you can get tho Daily Conrier Jonrnal125D- nily Louisville Times 125 Weekly Courier Journal 35 From now until Dec 1 1908 This gives you a live metropolitan paper through the campaign and time election Order today as subscription will start with is sue of hay order is received No back numbers can be sent Or you can have The Brcathitt County News and either of the abfovo dail ies until December 1 for only 150 This special campaign otter isI in effect only during June July and August and no subscription will be received at the reduced rate after August 31 under any circumstances Send your subscription orders to The Newsnot to limn Courier Journal or Times Notice to Democrats JACKSON KY July 8 ufos To the Democrats of the 23rd Judicial District- A number of friends have re quested mo to become a candidate for tho Democratic nomination for Circuit Judge Others knowing that I would not resort to the usual methodsthe uso of money and whisky have discouraged me saying that it was useless to seek an office without the uso of such methods but inasmuch as I believe thItl majority of the peo pie are honest and in favor of what is right I have made up my mind that if the Democrats of time district will give mo tho nomina tipnj yjll accept it and if elected will servoe the people to tho bust of my ability However if they think some other man more avail able I should be pleased to see him nominated Yours for success SAMUEL II PATRICK CUT GLASS and WEDDING SILVER Articles of beauty andlusefulness combined 75c to 5 andupward UHLIAIJM QUALITY LOW PKICES t Heintz JEWELER Main St opp Phocnix LEXINGTON K- YREMOVALI a I have moved to McCormick near Cnmpton Junction where I will continue my business of mak lag MonumentsAND Any one wanting anything in rny line will please writo me at McCormick Ky Iwill make monthly visits to Jackson and hope all my friends will save their orders for m- eILMISIIELY m 1 Day Bros Co i iy Wholesale and Retail Merchandise j 1 JACKSON KENTUCKY i Mr MechanicHA- VE YOU SEEN N Our Bargain Counter Wo have bought great quantities + merchandise at almost Milt but our enthusiasm ourbjudgment land our stock hits groivn larger than is prudent that is rate of the reasons for making what may + seem to Oilprices We will make the following cash prices on a new and seasonable line of Clothing Hats Shirts and Shoes Sure Enough Bargains Mens 1250 Suits for 5 00 Mens 1000 Suits for 3 50 Mens 200 Pants for 1 30 Mens 200 Shoes for 1 25 A HAT STUNT- No equal values in hats are ob tainable anywhere else todayauoibettor values may bo looked for in i the future A Bargain for 25 Cts Tremendous Cut in Shirts We will continue to scatter profits to the winds Just think of it Shirts for 30 and 35c Come while the bargains are on the counter You may not have a chance like this for years Space forbids quoting the astonishingly low prices on all goods but we give you enough quotations to prove that this sale is not a mere Advertising Fake but a Sure Enough Bargain Sale 1 The Brcathitt News J WISE IIAGINS Euiron CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAR Llihllsliud Every Friday W II IILA noN U T IIOVnRfUL J WISH IIAUIN5 Blanton Hovermale Hagins ATTORNEYS AT LAW I Ulllc In Court Home Jackion Ky uhftiCommonwealth Litigation con cerniiiir Innd titles u specialty Collections promptly made am promptly remitted Heal cstuti t bought and sold It2 Miss Nancy Scwell is visiting c her sister Mrs Cain at Cla City John C M Day of Winches ter was attending court pert Monday ti Remember next week is our 1lencbers Institute Instructor f a Willis 1 Mend tho announcement of the i llluu Grass Fair which appears ill another column 1Mrs Nellie nof North Il a Dakota is visiting her mother Mrs J H Marcum Walker Colo has given up his restaurant business on Broadway and morel to Pan Bowl branch Hov Polk South nnd wife of Frimkfort were visiting the fan fly of 1P Cardwell last week M Forbes returned froth Buck horn Wednesday where ho hud been getting out lumber for C J Littles hotel 4 The first election of school trtis teas under tho new law will be held Saturday from one to live oolock p m f G W Harrison of ralley View was hero during the week looking after tho interest of tho Southern Lumber Company J The nine yearold son of hues t Terry of Vest was killed rues tiny by a horse which ho was rut Jin falling on him 1 Mrn G H Hose and daughter Mrs Bowling of Jarrard county were visiting the family of A P Crawford Wednesday Mrs Harriet Westfull and sister Miss Frances Foster of Carlisle nntxigjtinic their undo and mint Item und Mrs W W Green Mrsi Jennie Belle Dixon who hits been visiting the family of Ash ford Joseph returned to item home in Portsmouth 0 Tuesday c For SnloIKdison Cylinder Pho nograph Records slightly used but good as new 1100 per dozen Henry S llnrnctt at The News oflice IJJudo G W Fleenor returned last week from Lexington with his son who had been in a hospital there for treatment for spinal trouble S Capt W T B South who hits been hero for several weeks look- ingi after his business interests re- t turned to his home at Frankfort the lirttt of tho week County court was in session Monday anti Quarterly court Tues tiny Wednesday and Thursday Judge Taulbce presiding Quite a lot of business was done Howard J Lindon son of David Lindon formerly of Wolfe a county but now of Morrison Oklahoma was married to Miss sCatherine Leslie McDaniel on Monday July 27 at Hnndon Oregon They will make their home at Marshiicld Oregon All farmers should attend the Farmers Institute which will be I held here August 7th and 8th The State maintains these institute nt great expense but we are sorry to say that th11I10 not been patronized as they should have been Como out and hear what these practical farmers have to say William II Tuft was formally notified of his nomination for- M President of the United States by the Hepublican party nt Cincinnati Tuesday The exercises were held candidatesfbrother Charles P Tuft Senator Warner of Missouri Chairman I of tho notilication committee made n brief speech nnd Judge Tuft in reply spoke for an hour Ho rcaflirmcd his belief in tho policies of President Roosevelt and declared that tho duty of the next Administration would bo to complete tho work begun by President Hooscvclt I r PROGRAM BREATHITT COUNTY FARMERS IN STITUTE AUGUST 7 and 8 FIRST DAYiO A M Meeting called to order by President G W Sewell Prayer llov W W Green Welcome Address T1 Cope Response and Benefits of Farmers InstitutesW T Kane Why Should le Preserve Our Timber InterestsV A Cope An Ideal Supply of Fruit for Farmers M F Johnson 100 r M DINNKK x Meeting Called to Order by President G W Sewel- llastures W T Kane Good Roads M F Johnson Manures anti FertilizersIY A Cope x SKCONI DAY SATURDAY AUGUST 8000 A M Meeting Called to Order by President G W Sewell Prayer HovC M Summer Shall a Boy CHXMO Agriculture for nn Occupation W A Cope Sheep Raising in the Mountains W T Kane Selecting and Testing Seed Corp M F Johnson DINNER Natiyal Resources Discussed by the Institute Address to the Ladies 0W A Cope I Alfalfa and How to Grow It W T Knne Possibilities On an Acre in Fruit M1 Johnson I Something Doing Today Friday July 81st is a big dn with us Sun Bros show will be with us the chairmen of the Democratic county committees of theI lard Judicial District will meet in I called session at the court house j at 1 p m Rill the GrecrCoinbi wedding will be solemnized at the Baptist church at one oclock Ice Cream Supper Members of Alpha Chapter Kastcrn Star will servo ice cream and cake at the court house on Tuesday night August lth Lex I ington cream will be served nt 10 cents Wo invite everybody toI come out nnd make this supper nI success as it is for n good cause We CHpecinlly invite nil ln101I51 their wives and daughter to come and tnkOii hound and halpusout Mite J S PmnItTos Worthy Matron Mits SAM JKTT Secretary School Proposition A meeting of the citizens of the town of Jackson was held at the court house last Thursday for the purpose of discussing the best I methods for the conduct of the public school The trustees of Lees Institute submitted propo sition to the trustees of School District No 1 and this proposition was discussed nt the meeting The tees Institute offers to take the I public school for time period of nine months upon a guaraitcc I lint the patrons would guarantee the amount of 1100 to bo col lected in tuition fees outside of the town of Jackson A commit tee was appointed to confer with the citizens concerning the mat ter anil report eta future meeting This arrangement would give the children of the Jnckson Dis trict No 1 free tutition for time months and time use of the college buildings and grounds as there is no public school building in the town nod no means bwhich one can be built this year We be here the proposition is n good one and ought to be accepted Much WorkNo Pay The opponents of the new school laws can hardly say that makes a lot of new ofliciuls to draw money from the public treasury There Ire lots of now jobs but very few of them hero salaries attached Tho olliccrs of election serve with out pay the trustees do the same The clerk gets no money for tho many new duties imposed on him mind the various educational boards provided servo for love and not money It is doubtful if in any other instance so complicated lot of legal machinery is set in motion at so little expense Judge S S Taulbee has leased the saw mill in South Jackson from S K Pntton and hns added considerable improvements to same and will run it for the pur pose of sawing lumber tics etc Congressman Ben Johnson tins been elected campaign chairman of tho Democratic State campaign lommittee and Robert II Winn chairman campaign committee The per capita for this school year has been fixed nt160 which is tho largest by 20 cents that Kentucky has ever paid It was 340 last year which was more than that of any previous year Our storliTho Merry Wid ow will bo concluded next week Wo will then begin another story which we think is tho best ever Begin with the first issue und dont miss n copy of time paper Sunday SermonsI Tho subject of the sermon nt the Christian church next Sunday will Ibe The Ideal Church The Christinn Endeavor Society meets nt 030 nnd tho evening service of time church nt 730 p HI Everybody J cordiallr Invited Shall We Know Each Other in leaven JM Will bo the pastors subject nt time Baptist church Sunday at 730 p m Morning sub ject Preparations for Saving Our Town A cordial invitation is extended to you to bo present at both services Stirring gospel singing A hearty hand grasp Revival at Cannel City Hev Gale Spencer of Lexing wonderfulCity It is n mining town nnd ns n rule miners lire n hard class to reach but Gnle Spencer had n miner heart in him nnd he was able to drnw them to his services ns no other man who ever preached nt Cannel City bus done before When ho first went there hardly any ono came out This would have discouraged most preachers but limo Spencer went into the mines and prayed with the min ers nnd preached to them there and thus he drew them to the night services Not only were the young people converted but there were n great number past middle life who took the stand for Christ und most of them time same night of their conversion were baptized There wero 122 converts and the Christian church was wonderfully t strengthened and put in working t orderOn the last night of time services t ft love feast was given to the converts t und all tho Christian people tLocame so large that the skating t rink management tendered the use t of their building free to Bro h Spencer which was h1tnc coptedtSurely this was n wonderful tcouldtime closing night Bro Spencer t took pledges for f0 for foreign t missions in Tibet time last to open her doors to misaionllrielr tTheliuvt been issued since our last re port Luther Spencer and Miss Calla t Morris both of Filmore t tMcIntoshJohn Win Grecr of London I nnd Miss Maude Combs of Jackson Jcrc Brewer and Miss Elizabeth Back both of Simpson Stray Hogs- I have on my premises four stray hogs about six months oldone n black And three black Andwhite spotted Marked with smooth craps and split in right ear nnd smooth crap in left eRr Owner cnn hnve sumo by proving same mind paying cost of feed and for this advertisement 1 1 iiir MILLFi- tSmith Brunch II S NobloC NedWl hero Tuesday Ho is a candidate for school trustee in his district with out any opposition lie says no one could bent him ns he hns 19 brothersinlaw and two fathers inlaw in the district who nre for him N 1 rimiUI School ffiooks J I J = FOR SALE l II r FRE H MEAL 11 f i 1 AND 1 l FLObBII r GOOD COFFEE and in fact anything you v1 tr need at prices quality considered lower rn- I than the lowest m r COME AND SEE r II J R BLAKE hl I ICEICool off and get ice from home The Jackson Electric Hydraulic Manufacturing Company H prepared to furnish you ico cheaper than you ever Rot it before a BUY TICKETS AND SAVE MONEY GET A REFRIGERATOR J Dont forget to put lights in your house Elec tricky is cjienpahd gives the best light LHpGrHTSt F 41i f Qc lrII j HEADQUARTERS FOR 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standing timber is ob tained Time approximate amount of timber cut for lumber staves tics etc in the past twelve months is compiled so that it can bo cal culated how long tho present sup ply is likely to last The preva lence of injury from insects lire and other causes is noteda study of reproduction is made and tho general health of the forest crop is investigatedWhen county has been covered which will probably be some time next week Mr Holmes and nt least ono of his nssistnnts intend to take up the work in HrentliiU county This is the Question Whether it in better to keep your money ton drawer or safe and dole it out in payments of accounts And bills or to bank it and pay bcheck 1 There cnn be but one answer to this bank itIInd check it out OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH USjIt will systematize your affairs teach you bring you into contact with the best people of tho Three Per Cent Interest Paid on Time and Savings Deposits JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK JACKSON KENTUCKY 111 w MIXED 111- e 1 th Ali W PAINTS WW ti 111 iiiJustIt tit which we guarantee vi tit 11- 1lti Wt r Ii itsti1t1X1111 cover more space last Em longer and look better than 111 m t 1anyIi 111 iandIta11icestR I 1iJackson111 i aIroComingit 0 THERE IS NO FAKERY S l t In our method of business for every dollar Iyou pay us you got ono hundred cents value in b return 05 Wo Believe in Square Treatment t5 Your moneys worth nil tho time Wo might use up a pogo of space talking about our goods jg f then you wouldnt know how good they pro 0- yr 0 ft1Soyou can sea for yourself thats the surest WilY 0 0p A Crawford c Co i 0 JACKSON KENTUCKY g aQ G G TIIE BIG BLUE GRASS FAIR INCORPO- RATEDLEXINGTON KY 25000I- n Premiums Aug 1015 6 Big Days 6 25000I- n Premiums DeBaughs Military Band and Megaphone Quartette An Unequalled Programme of Free Acts and Carnival Attractions 10Great Acts Each Day10 HALF RATES ON ALL RAILROADS FOR CATALOGUE ADDRESS JOUETT SHOUSE Secretary Lexington KJ CHAPTER IV I The Waltz I oAXCB with me repeated So nla Tbo fnroff orchestra hail struck up n tlnslilnc gay Marsovlnn nIl Impelled l 7 the music sad her glance of dnriug Duullo sprang forwardIn Instant the two wore whirling madly amid the Intricacies of a wild Russian dance such as inns for count i less centuries been performed from Si berias leo plain to Tnrtar steppes n dance of youth agility utter aban donYet as they came panting to a bait at the last cxa ktug auk of Quisle the 1M of Jtor retie dwl tint eiWlsri lion the swift tootiou and sllrrlux nwasuriw usually evoked In tnut li perceptlblrjher rush experiment fulled You didnt enjoy that sale j she Xot especially he confessed DM you Xo You dont dance as well ns you did Youve probably grown to prefer French jiartucrj bo replied piqued at the reflection on hs dancing I From all I hear sbo retorted you Save little right to reproach me on NATIVE that score You dance a good deal at IiXowAnd with what sort of partners wonder silo scoffed a touch of scorn In her sweet voice I With polite ones said Dnnllo Icily She winced over so llttlo at tho re proof and went on I suppose you dance better with them thai with me Possibly he agreed You see I too may prefer French partners Sho raised her great dark eyes to his a world of meaning In them Do you she asked almost In a whisper The distant orchestra had been play lug again this tine not n unlive nlr but n dreamy sweet Vien nose waltz The notes of the haunting melody though softened by distance were wafted none tho less distinctly to the listening couple twt5aicrsats their eyes wet With a mutual impulse they drew toward ouch other Then began n dauco as different frou the sillily conventional ballroom wait Eaeunutfinrofret marrelously graceful poses of t Slavonic dancers Danllo and Boula be gan their wondrous waltz I Throwing herself back Into th strength of his circling embrace the l girls outstretched arms swayed like wind blown lilies In rbythui with the music her light scarcely furtli o f tpildod her through I JI t r1iM 7 r rI V LJthe mates of the dnntol It wns n strange dexterous blend of east nud woet of lissom Oriental poss turing and of ylldlns modern waltz stops the very poetry of motion Nor from tho flrt hole until the Inst strain of music died nwny did either dancers eyes lenvo the others Love eager and eternal was In the gaze of each Eye said openly to eye a what sullen pride forced back from the lips Then n last dreamy chord anti the music was hushed Danllo and Simla started amazed us though from some of paradise The widow fearful lest by Impulsive word she might wreck her plan of bringing Dauilo to her feet darted breathlessly away to welcome a now group of guests The prince left alone stared after her open mouthed A clapping of applauding bands aroused him Bravo bravo my dear prlnco wheezed the ambassador toddling fur ward What a delightful little lancet lint Is it customary to catch ones par4 nor In a jlu jltsu grip like that or m- st a fashion that has come lu since luy waltzing days Tho old bores feeble jest brought Danllo quickly back to earth and to a sense of everyday Were you looking for me ho asked nono too civilly suceeetlellietwhom De Jolldon is In love Sho must bo inado to win him away from any Ideas of marrying the widow j To blazes with that and all the rest of your silly plans shouted Dnnllo Dont worry any moro about the widow Its no use I tell you She Is going to marry a Freachmau In spite of us nil And ho went on bitterly goaded by tho chagrin and abject In Popoffs face Im go Ing to dance at her wedding Going to marry a Frenchman Is 1I1I0Y yelled the distracted ambassa dor Ill thud a way of stopping Itl And It Is Do Joltdou she thinks of marrying Whattf that to me I dont know who Bhes engaged to nUll But Popoff waited to hear no wore Catching sight ot Nlsh E upon J =wt 4 1 s that untupiV clerk Kind M de Jollilonl he commanded Keep your eye on him all the rest of the evening See If ho makes love to the widow out report to me I have already told Mine 1opoCf to sound him on the subject Among us nil we ought to team something bcfoni were done Youll learn something If you keep on spying muttered Dauilo under his breath as ho moved away But Ill jot a years Income Itll be something that will give you more surprise than pleasure Dusk was falling Above the myriad colored lights that dotted the garden tho uooti was rising Along one of the NOge paths leading to the sum mer house a null and a woman were strolling Mine Natalie PopofT and M de Jolldon And so your worthy husband set you the task of finding out whom I nm paying In love with Of De Jolldon was Yes tio ambassadors young wife answered lie Is afraid you will marry the widow Why ghouldnt 17 queried Do Jell don jokingly You told me to 15utUufyou wont will you 1 she rfoAiled Why dont you look at mrf What ft you Inoklng ntV- De Jolldous eye had fallen en tho fan v here It lay forgotten on the table Tilts fan lost and that your husband nocjsoted hp Bald bantling It to her Thank goodness Natallo exclaim ed seizing It then Lend me a pencil She wrote a sentence on tho fan dl rectly beneath tho three worda ho had scribbled the night before at the ball There she sighed handing it to him keep that as a reminder III Iteld the fan up to the light and rendL I fALL HSR MAR90VIAN GUESTS WORE THEIR PICTURESQUE COSTUMES infinitely opening Again touching tLglTJucg vision surroundings disappointment Preposterous fnmaduttfulwlfe Itcmembcr that always she ad jured Natalie ho cried passionately It Is trueI am if dutiful wife It I have been foolish enough to listen to your lovemaking at least 1 have hover encouraged It 1 have always rebutted you for consciences sake 1 am a dutl ful Why remind mo of the hopelessness of my love murmured DC Jolldon You may refuse to reciprocate It but you cannot prevent my telling you But I can After this evening wo must not meet again My husband trusts mo This must bu our farewell Interview Dont try to altcrmy pur pose I have made up my mind Aft er this evening I shall never Natalie you cant mean I do This Is the last talk we two shall ewer have together Theo Implored De Jolldon If It Is really to be our farewell Interview why must we talk here In the garden where nt any moment others way coon to claim your attention Grunt me a final half hour of your society all to myself Let the talk be uninterrupted Let us sit in the little summer house over there SeeIt Is empty They entered tho little Inclosed ar her It was lighted by n string of Japanese lanterns nail two rustl hairs were at opposite sides of Its round center table There was a door at each end of the tiny room tin Ideal spot for a tetenteto chat now that the moonlight hind wooed most of the guests out of liars The light wicker door swung shut be hind tho couple Natalie quite en Joyed the prospect of 11 toting to her adorers melodramatic words of fuftv well and of posting bcroclally nn u self UWlflsUm 4lliM wjfe Ui hCalfnu 4s w hour nt iSnst inlio world rejoin tier line band with the righteous conKlouancxs In her heart of having dlsmlfrfed forever the one man brides Popoff who hind over mode love to hrr So Interested wits Natnllo In DC Jolt dons parting perch that she did not hear the ntnlKisuailor just outside de dare excitedly Nleh Im sure I saw that summer house door close behind l ladys skirt I Lets set who Is In there CHAPTER V To the Rescue N I3H wbs had obediently fol lowed Dc Jolldou and Natalie nt IVjpoTs onions until they had entered thu summer house now wriggled forward In confusion on lion rI III the iimbusmlorti olcO- PIII you will me Blrl he asketl 1 most surely did call you Mi Nlsh crlod OIHIII And I told Jon- II was certain I slid n lady or rnthoi n ladys skirt disappearing Into that summer house Wln was sh- eII dont know your excellency tremblingly lied Nlsh You ought to know scolded Iopon You were striding nearer tlio summer house titan I was Didnt you see her ntnll Yes sir year I saw her If I way shy so but I dont know who she was 1 roally lI0Ilt1iWno she altmr1- No youi excellency not quite alone Tbe1tos If 1half sec sothero Wits a gi itloinou with her At least ho loofUllllke a gentleman but I dldn reeosnUp hluj hither Well well well chuckled the am Ixitwulnr twrtihiR liluisolf In n garden qlmlr and e lus tho stirnmur house iwlth ilellghtfUl lntoroat A little till tntlon eh Botie la there tp jhtope sweet nothings where no one onn lu tcrnipt Im 1 wonder who they are Now I realty wonder Mr Xlnh I would not fol Jo world have you think I nlD the Itiit bit curious lIut11i tZ I 1r n joke and Watch thoih- tluio fp Oust In the moan Mr N lirPou mlJht slip nronud to tho rear summer mouse and see If there laV rather door there It there IK yooMsut lock It Under stand r1 Yeyep yonrt cxcellcnoyr miimblet panic strloktey Nlsh scuttling away among the leashes The little clerk never unused until ho hind found Sonln To hor he poured forth the whole story gazing with wild horror as sin broke Into a peal IIt uilcontrollabk laughter Suddenly she grew sober Her husband will never forgive her she miiirinureit hnlf to herself lie will never understand that its Just n silly harmloKt seutlnicntal talk theyre having Mcniorlttt of the ways of jealous MarHovlau hwbandH unshed Into her mind In that primitive fatherland wives haul been IxNiten yea and mur deretlfor less Something must be done maid done quickly Dont wori7r she consoled the ter rifled Nisb Say nothing to nay one ease Ill get Male Popoff out of tl1 scmpe If I caul Before 11 cotihl reply she Jmrt dis nppoari1 dlinn path Iwullng to the rear door of the summer house Meantluu IopolT his curiosity mas tering him hail left his seat Stealing forward oti tiptoe he put his eye to tR e keyhole of the wicker door Ho hind scarcely bent over thin when Dauilo happening to pass by on hN way to till gate paused In aniazemou at sight of the Marvovlan ambas alor thus asKUiiiIng the role of Paul Pry I1IY hello old chap cried the What are you up to Hush warned Popoff In an excited whisper A lady went Into the summer house a few minutes ago with a gentleman I cant see them very dourly Theres too much tlulT In the keyhole But theyre silting opposite jacli other with only n little table be Jwcen Theo The ladys back Is to me but it somehow looks familiar Tune man fa talking us earnestly as If ho were trying to borrow money Now hes bending across and kissing her hand anti she doesnt seoUl to mind Its why bless my soul Its that fellow DC Jolldon Well well Of ell things Now If only the lady would turn her face so I could set her Come away sill begged Danllo the whole situation bursting Upon his mind He caught Popoffa sleeve but the ambassador shook him off Iet me aloud ho whispered Cant you see what it all means It means weve found the lady De Jolldons in love with tho very woman weve both teen looking fur And now If shell just turn her head a little Ill be able to see her face and then queried Then DnlllloINo But Ill trIThen take my advice nnd dont to find out Let well enough alouo Come away old chap and = No 1101 There you pulled my head away just nu she was turning around Id have seat her In another second Theyre seWn up Maybe theyll go out by the otiitirvcloor and thou I shant bo able to know rhoI Let tno do tho looking suggested UiUUlV if clthr n f us has to play r I I I IM AWAKE FROM MY CRAZY DREAM OF LOVE AND IM GOING BACK TO MAXIMSI the onvoeulraiior Ill No It h my place aborted olio oil But Ill but you n hundred franc nltehI a dninkc nmns watch 1 wont tAke the but Conn away sir nud let the matte drop where It Is For your own halt plneM i But Popoff was once more at the key hula Theyre stnndlug up to go he reports Now shos boglunlng to face this way Its Oh good Lord The poor old man staggered awn froth the door 03 though struck IK Iwcon the eyes Heeling to n chair hr collapsed and burled his taco In his bauds No not It cant be It cant hI moaned And yet I conk hardly lit mistaken My witch Anti Brace up ypur excellency entreated Daiillo lu genuine distress Pull yourself together There are pcopli coming along the walk Dont make a scone Perhuiia you were mistaken Ko I saw hurt IrollllOO OIHII sly own wife lUll Do Jolldon And he kbsud her hand Oh I dare say she was wore kissed against Wan kissing Danllo observed consolingly But bo careful sir t wtu lo lot of people are within ear shot Then let thorn know tho worst cried Popoff III n voice that brought n number of guests hurrying to the spot Ill denounce bar before them all Come out of thoretof hollowed rush Ing forward lath of you Qomo out I Ho throw hhu summer louse door Wide open and shrunk luck Incredu lotus aghast On the threshold stood De Jolldoi and Soulal What what does this moan gum gird the confused ambassador this this clmnpc cud You calkxl to us to come out returned Sonla calmly May I ask what you wanted of us Sonia gasped Danllo And through the confusliii of ninny excited voice site heard him and thrilled to the vole of anguish lu his half stilted e- rItIt It wits you who were In there with 31 do Jolldou stummerei Popoff where Is my wife Hero I am dear answered Natalie stepping out of the crowd with which she had mingled after her hurried exit through the rear door of the sumuiui house Hero I all What Is time mat ter Matter enough I cried her husband 1 could have sworn I saw you sitting In that arbor with M do Jolldon My dear Nntulies exclamation was a trliimpl of shocked propriety He was kissing your hand I thought went on the dazed nmbassa dor This time Natalie snored away from him In offended dignity lint Popofl hastuned to throw his arm about her and draw her back I was wrong ho assured herablunder of eyesight I apologize Im sorry I I begin to understand put In Sonln stopping forward In fear lest Natalie overdo her pose of virtuous Indigna thou It seems that tho Mrrsovlan ambassador has done mo the honor to listen at a keyhole In hopes of over hearing my conversation Sooner tuna disappoint him M do Jolldon will you please repeat to him just what you said to mo In there Do Jolldon understood If Natalie was to bo saved if Sonia was not to bo talked about heroic measures were necessary I asked Mine Sonia Hadowa sold lie to do mo tho honor to becotno my vlfoDanllo stood motionless his lips set In n white line amid the buzz Of con gratulations and laughter that followed Do Julldous lumouncurncnt Soula noted his agony and sold joyfully to hemIf i + T Y My prliue I think Ive woo Youll have to ttuttk noon or late now and when you do And MartHivta losses the twenty mil lions POllOI unuttered ri tivvring hk self iMW eiHilmi and somowlmt belated ly rnmpniborliiK Ills niiitryii nerds Pilate patted Sonia intochlfvoun ly I liavoHt hearth your coagratutM lions yet You dont took na happy ai you mlcht at the peas Happyr whu l imnlhi with a wmrnful mirthless laugh Why shouldnt I but Accept my congratu lations my Mtivnal Messing anti anything else yon clHKtu to levy on mu for My own motto In Logo wheivjron may prujHwo seldom nail mary not it alir tat me toll you n little fairy story There woiv once n prince nUll a prin cess Thwy loved each othur Dot tb prince was poor null dunxl not toll 0 his lovo for roar of being thought i fortune Inyitor Ills silence tnado the prlucosa nnjtry So site wont nnd prom bu tl Illlr hand to auothw man they all lived uilisoraUy unhappy over utter AIM the moral of that stupid little story In that Pin sick of respect ability anti Im awaka from my crazy dreum of lure oml Im going back to Marlms nnd yoTi can all go IoMar sovlaTHo loves mol Ho loves mo panted Sonia under her broth Continued next week You can cct ji square meal or lunch nt the JncUson Stout Ua Ucry Cull when in town It Kcaclivil tin Spot Mr E lluinphrcy t 11011111 a large Kenornl store nt OIIIPRH 0urtd Is- pterldentofthis Adams County Tele plilrte On ng well lid of the Home IV I iphune Co nf Pike OllllllyI rrla lit Dr IIngs N vv Dlsuvsry- it saved tar lifn once At lent 1 think It did It fefinclJo reach th- eslothu very seat or my cough When evtirjlliiiii else fulltd Ur Kings Sew Ulaciivery not unly rednhec thus cough spot i It heals thu sire ppoU Kid till weak itpjts III throat lungs ind chest S ilJ under guarnntOR nl Jsuksnn Drug toru die and t 100 Trial botrle free Public Ownership of Roads Thtr Idea cf public ownership of the ulghwayH scenes to be coming to the remit It bus been proposed that the Ity of Philadelphia purchase tho right af way and the property abutting the proposed new parkway lending from tho central part of the city to Inlr mount park In Milwaukee county Uls the board of supervisors is ills cussing tho advisability of acquiring limo tltlo to roads In various townships to time number of twenty nnd Improv hag and malntalnlag them by taxation Thu Worlds host Climate Is not entirely free trout disease on till hliflitH elevniloni fevers prevail to hue on thus lower hovels malaria it encountered to n ii euturor less uncut tecoidlng to latitude To ovurcnme llninte affections lassitude inalariii iiundlcn blliuiisnecs fever and aRiia ind general debility the most effective remedy It Electric Hitter tho great iltur tlve and blood purlller untidotu or every form uf bodily wenknes nurvouinc and intomnla Sold un tier gimnnilLo lit Jackson Drug stoS Price COo A CnllfnriilniiN Luck Ilir liiclu t Ohj of my mite winilien I biiii hi h hex of Htipklens Ai iilun Jnlvi Milli 0linrli F HudHho IfInnryCtlltotrtla iwolGtluxrsu- urcd Illi nf till shinnying ose uf hut in plies t luau bid triiiibltd me fur ypiirt ntii jlolilnl tu itn otli r treat mBiit 1 lllli Hider giiuiniiiet M- IInuLfXiu i Drug rluiH LIEIRAILWAY11ESI NO i NoJ No f SundayEx A M P 31at M Lt 00o10OnldllioAtliol 0 40 2 52 7 27 Tnllouti t 10 8 00 jH 11ItIrde12IC1tlptonJet 32lilsun t2C1n1401JcL 0 00 ft 07 IIH WArLIxlllcton o11A5I 4IWinchester 810 813 WClnto11ISOn MCnllllllonTorrent 4 57 IbitncattyvilloJtmct 5 18 10 17 liftTttllcgnA thai 5 45 10 4J MKlkatnwa 15ArImieksonCOtNTCKCTIONS 1ntinsNogIvv SterliniOAMPTON 1 23 and Ivwii connect with 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