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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w- v K t y 4t p rL I y- mrrssa 1 T nest Advertising Medium I iN 3REATHITT AND ADJOINING COUMflEl u IMM A I 4 J WISE llAows Editor and PublisherA+ KuwaitiUK DKVOTHD 10 TnI LVTKUKSTS OK EASTKKN KKNTUUKV OK DOLIAU PEn THAI IN ADVANCE I Aom ii tj L4j Volume VII K Jackson I nluc 1ysoy Number 1 J The Jew Store Is CLOSING OUT THEIR SUMMER GOODS Wo liavo n big stock on hand and aro going to soil tliuin at low frrieus in oulor to mate room for our Full goods Wo Inwo n big stock of lions Brown Suits 1800 Suits for 12 50 1000 Suits for 7 75 500 Suits for 2 99 Tan Shoes and Slippers at cost 12 l2c Lawns for 8 l2c 12 l2c Ginghams for 8 12c Curtains 75c curtains for 40cBig steel of a pair Pant2Awhich we arc going to close out half price Please come and examine our goods = The Jew StoreFAMOUS FOR BARGAINS 10l11CtO1SLUEr ttrteao eo arlrromemG ltaQQe rte 1 trl KIOYI DAY 11 5111rF P LKAWKGHI Vice PITH IIOI1IItrAnst Curb I iFtltttitnrntrut qot tf OUR- BANKING1 METHODS 1 SATISFACTORYE sal i a t1r tt clientile Iftt fnOtyou are in this mini i F dF her why not open an account now i Call in and talk the subject over with rbt tr us A call will entail no obligation1 t t m Won tOl try and see i- rl n PAIDUP CAPITAL and SURPLUS 2735000 t rr n JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK gJaclson Kentucky gI Filt firr Jrlr l lfs 0H H i I TH- ESoutllern RyOFFERS VERY LOW ROUn- DTRilonieseekers Rates To Arkansas Indian Territory LouisianaOklahoma Texasu Tickets on stile the first and third Tues dztof each month Apply to any Southern Ry Agent or write A R COOK D P A B S YENT T P A LOUISVILLE KY 4 n K T UOSK t4 O ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and Councelors at Law 00 CASIPTOX ICY Mllla firm will Inctice in nlllho courts of Wolfe and adjacent coun tics Special attention to Corpo ration Law and steal Estate Liti gation sjOlliccs Second Floor Farmers iTrl ll anti ft T Ai H t 4 f t oL BRA a 8rrT UNTY NEWS1 + 41 SA111Lt DC- L ALLEN r JEWELERM- AIN ST OPP 1OSTOIFICK has for sale aniccjino of WATOIIHS KMULKM 1MXS- KYIS GhASSKS SPKCTACLI2S and nil kinds of Tmvclry 1 REPAIRING A SPECIALTY Prices Reasonable PleaseII and examine 51ly aert l JACKSON SELECTED I thefayfor At a meeting of the Democratic committee of the 23rd Judicial District of Kentucky held in Jiiclcsoti Ky on Friday July 31 1908 for the purpose of nitmiiig a time place and manner of noun I nating a candidate for Circuit Judge and Commonwealths Attor flex to bo voted for at the Novem her election IUDS present Kd Cal lahan chairman who called the meeting to order On the roll call the following members of the committee were present IM Cal Irtlmn chairman Hrcathitt county L C Kiddell by proxy Ks till county J P Lyon by proxy Lee county J P Lyon by proxy Wolfe On counlrIwhich way met a aD made unanimous J P Lyon ass cho cn Mtirelary of the meeting On motion of J P Lyon which was seconded and carried it is ordered and directed by the com InutlceI of the counties of time said 21rd Judicinl district of Kentucky bet held at the court house in the re spective counties at ono oclock p in on Thursday the 20 of August 1103 to select delegates for the district convention It is further ordered tint the I convention for the said 23rd huH cial District for the purpose oI nominating a Democratic candidate for Circuit Judge and Commonwealths Attorney to be voted for nt the November election 1001I he held in Jackson ISroathjlt county Kentucky at two oclock p m on Thursday the 25th tiny ot August 190S It is requested that all newspapers in the 23rd Judicial District publish those minutes as notice of the said convention On motion of L C Hiddell the meeting adjourned Kn CAIKAIIAN Chaiaman J P LYON SecretnrrI War Creek The Juniors at War creek arc f getting along nicely audi the meetings are well nUendedI J U McIntosh who has been on War Creek this summer culti rutting a crop of corn loft Sunday to visit friends on Cane creek Last Saturday and Sunday re ligious services were held at the Baptist church house here by Hev James Trent tad Hcv Morris of Cane creek They hadn ood meeting and one presentI enjoyed t IIAmong those who took dinner with Mr and Mrs Wilson Trent j Sunday were 0 H Hose Polly Miller Misses Itoca and Esther Pence Fronio Harris Florence and Clara Hays of White Oak John Trent andrife and Ed Riley of Mill Creek Misses Josio fires and Sarah Gross Alex Gross and wife Alex Doaton und wife J R McIntosh Roscoe and Felix Pence W L Pclfry L C Terry and Mrs f G Shaekolford For Sale Kdison CylinderPho nograph Records slightly used but good as new 300 per dozen HenryS Barnett at The News oilicc Hon A Howard Stamper of Campion was hero last week look ing after his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Corn monwealths Attorney of this dis trictMisses Ruth Terry and Cappie Terry of Turkey and Luther Denton of CrbcketVsville teachers were callers at our olliice Monday L C Calhoun and wife George Arnett and wife and George Mc Quinn of Kotisscau left Tuesday for Clmttnnogn Okln to visit the 1 family of Reuben McQuinn and other friends there Mrst J U Marcum has dis posed of the stock of goods and closedout the business formerly conducted in the the name of Thos E Marcum injftho Haddtx I buildinR t y JR N- At lVAL EATURE tile tjLexwyton Fair NeAt tech rTljc carnival feature at time Blue Gra s hair which begins in Lex ington Monday will eclipse that any former Kentucky fair 1h Plaza will bo a center of aura c tion for many for whole days Al ready fourteen highclass shows have reserved space for the vicel Free shows of which there wi be ten dllilnlonc will afford ex cellent extertninmentIThe show which will probab- lattract the widest attention an interest is Rollins Wild Animal Arena Ten lions besides tigers + leopards hyena pumas bears wolves monkeys und reptiles com pose the menagerie The troups of animal trainers who accompany Mr Rollins have won wide fame far daring and that they continue in the business is proof of both skill and courage Cronjo head lion of the den+ was bought for tho princely sun of ten thousand dollars He i said to be the lamest specimen in captivity All of Rollins animals earn their living Though not tamednil have been educated While the safety of the audience is made absolute the trainers are always exposed to possible danger and ail members of Itolfins Com puny wear scars Thrills are promised all who see the animal congress at the fair Kennedys X1 T Ranch In dine Congress and Wild Wet little inferior in size to HulFulo Hills aggregation will be at the fair for the entire week Other high class shows make the carnival felt tures exceptionalCanoe k Mrs Esther Stacy was born in Hrcathitt county Ivy July 2 1S7S and died August 1 1008 She was n laughter of Mr laid Mrs Joseph Little She was mar to Shade Stacy in 1805 SheI converted Iifti p years ago and belonged to tit Presbyterian church at Canoe and was a faith ul member until our Heavenly Father called her from labor to She was caviled to the Presbyterian church and her funeral was conducted by Rev WI J Arrowood then the remains were taken to tho family graveyard for burial She leaves a husband four children and many relatives She said Oh Jesus blessed Jesus take mo homo for I am willing and ready to go at time Sho said there was nothing between her and her Heavenly Father but the sting o f death May the loved ones she has left pas over the river as peacefully us she dill Dear Mrs Stacy thou has left us And thy loss wo deeply feel Rut Its God who hath bereft ns He tan all our sorrows heal Husband mind children do not weep For the clear one any more For she only went to sleep- Walking on the golden shore A UUOTHKH Shade Stacy desires to thank his friends and relatives for the kindness und sympathy extended to the family during the illness of his wife who died August 1 1908o Eo C Dun of Hooncvillc was visiting friends null relatives here last week Judge S S Taulbee is preparing to build a residence on the Arlington lot L C Iliddcll of Irvine was hero Friday attending the Judicial Committee meeting Carter Stamperof Bcntty ville was visiting his sister Mrs James L Stidluim Friday M F Horton of Campton was visiting his sister Mrs James bun tho first of the w- eeksir 1 Judge W 11 Hlnnton is building n residence on his lot on the corner Broadway and Highland nveoup h Wo are prepared to fill special orders for all kindsTo takes JACKSON STKAM dAKKnv or r 4i y Candidate for Jailer 1 hereby announce myself a candidate for jailer of Drcathitt county subject to the action o the Democratic party Some thrc ycars ago I was an announced can didate for tho same office but as Ifmr brother T 11 Hudson was a candidate at the same time for county court clerk I withdrew it his behalf My father Henry Hudson win llcruI greet party faithfully maim fear lessly until his death He never thesentid and I am proud that I ten testify to the same fact I here live brothers and six sons who have always been loyal Democrats neither of whom have been elected to ollice in th is county I have been an ordained min later tor 18 yctrsand have labored continually for the betterment of our country and faithfully promise if elected to the oilico to which I aspire will serve the people fears cssly faithfully and impartially I solicit limo support of every honest citizen of Hrcathitt county J 11 HUDSON Rousseau Dan McIntosh Stephen Car penter nny Pleas Davis preached at Lnurbrrc last Sunday anti hnd an old time service The funeral of Lia Miller wife of B II Mil ler will be preached by Revs CuloI way Cooper Dun McIntosh and others at the grave lldfit the Risncr point the third Saturday tad Sunday in August Crops lireI fine at Rousseau peaches are ripeJ and the election is over and watermelons are getting ripe and the people mire 5n great spirits Terry Wm N Terryisxhaulinglum her from Bryants mill Misses Louellen and Collie Grillith attended the show at Jack son last week Mr and Mrs Loyd Morgan of llydcn are visiting Mrs Morgans parents Mr and Mrs Miles TerlI here this week Mr Lillie Steele of Pcbworth died the 29 ult after a long illness She was laid to rest in time Snow den grave yard Among the bereaved ones are Mrs J Ferryt of Turkey Jim Welchburg Mrs Will Stewart of Honita and Ilarve Steele of ConI cordMr and Mrs Luther Little en tertained number of friends atC their homo last Saturday night Among them were Misses Ethel nnd Cummile Morgan of 11denI Cappio and Ruth C Terry Artie Jett Wilson and Joe lelr1 George Grillith Wilson Callahan and others All enjoyed the even lOt PERT PARAGRAPHS The trouble Is when you III1 lc a Coo i of voiivtilf you have to levy mi your rloiuls whim you tire forced to stake up the price you have to pay for It 1 Faithful U lime touch of n friend ns long ns the response IK sallsfaetory The lie Unit lire told about you are wit su very harmful mi less they lire true The only way to avoid Inlying to take thins as they vouie U In earcfullyHeothnt they pro satisfac torily prearrans cd jvHtarch In your backbone Is nil right as long as you keep out of a thunder shower The reason why time consciences of some people do not trouble them Is bo cauo they have none Tho 111 nature of n person Is simply unbearable when It comes In direct contact with your own It Is well known that a rich lather inlaw Is much more easily offended than a poor one I A bono oC contention Is very likely to get the members of too family la tnd I x- N S r 0t h n + F 11a ry Cie r Largest Circulation IiOF ANY PAPER IN THIS SECTION retI t t w THE CAMPAIGN IS ON Who Will Be President lcellIprogress campaign you will need lirst class newspapers Wo hnvo made a special arrangement whereby you cnn yet the- Daily Coarier Journnl125D- aily Louisville Times 125 Weekly Courier Journnl351r- onl now until Dec 1 1008 This gives you a live metropoli tan paper through the campaign and the election Order today as subscription will start with is sue of day order is received No buck numbers can bo sent 0 you can have The Hrcathitt County News and either of the above dail ies until December foronlv 8150 This special campaign offer is in affect only during June July and August mtndno subscription will bo receivedat the reduced rate after August 31 under any circumstancesSend subscription orders to The Newsnot to the Courier Journal or Tunes You can get a square meal or lunch at the Jackson Steam BeI kcry Call when in town I A Grand Iumllj lUedfoIiio j It KVCB me pleasure to ypenk n grand vord tar Elroiric Hitter writer M i Frank Cunlnii if No ISO Houston St New York Its n grntid family tnedi r contpiiciIonskiilnejs it cannot hu too highly reejtn mended Electric Hitlers regulate the digestive fnuaiions purify the tilood mid impart renewed vigor nnd viniity to the weak and drbllituted of both sues Sold under guarantee nt I Jackgiiii Drug sioro fiOc Rose Fork Wolfe Co Newton lice went to Jackson on business Saturday Quite a crowd from this place ttltandcdSunlhosshow at Jan nel City Saturday lames A Rose of Winchester spentFridayMrs W S Shackelford An ice cream supper was given Miss Mary U Arnctt at the home of Mr maid Mrs Charles loss in honor of James Rose of Winchester and Miss Betsey Shackelford Paxton All expressed themselves as having n time James Hurt and New on Lee left singing Goodbye little girls goodbye ISiirklunri Arnica Salvo AVIim rum Moorp of Kural Ituute 1 Ouch ran OH wriloc I hlilla badaura on the Instep of my toot end uuhl fled nothing hut would heal h until I npylled Itucklrna Arnica Sulfa Leis HIM half oru 25 cent I nx win the fur me IIntrt1cllng a perfect taro Sold under a guarantee at Ineksoii Drug store This ivoinnu says tbat sickwomen should not fall to try VegctabloCOlIlIoulul Mrs A Gregory of 23C5 Lawrence lirarI was practically an invalid for six years on account of female troubles thedoctorswas vised adLydiaperfectheatth asJpsi iid r UIlt p11l1s5ilO J notfail to use Lydiu E flnliliami Vegetable I Compound WOMENFor Ioodefromstandard remedy for female ills and has positively cured thousands of troubledvithdisplacements i Lion fibroid tnmorsirregularitiesIperiodic tng feeling indl es prostrationWhy Mrs IMnklmin invites nil sick adviceShehealth Address Lynn Glass Notice to Democrats JACKSON KY Julyfb 1908 To the Democrats of tilt 23rd Ju dieial District A number of friends have re quested me to become a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Circuit Judge Others knowing that I would not resort to time usual methodsthe use of money edilIJseek an office without the use of such methods but inasmuch I1s1 believe that a majority of the peo ple are honest stud in favor of what is right I have made up my mind that if the Democrats of the district will give mo the nomina tion I will accept it and if elected will serve the people to time best of my ability However if they think some other man more avail able I should be pleased to see him nominatedYours success SAMUKL II PATOICK rA Notice to Taxpayers Town taxes are long post due To save expense of levying settle your taxes at once J L SlIDIIAM Marshal of Jackson Fresh bread cakes and pic3 baked dnilat the Jackson Steam Bakery Phone 74 ti fH lltnfr JoItU t111Hr 4- p 2rTi FALTilltllllNifet tf INSURANCE i yPir P oLotSTOCK AND BONDS 1 W h r fLOANS NEGOTIATED S 4rFr AGENCIES IN ALL THE PRINICPAL TOWNS 1 mw4i 1 Want Live Energetic Men to Represent Us in Unoccupied Territory y J U WI W 41 44 0 Address All Communications to the Com fz pany at Beattyville Kentucky S k4 j H H H HiH H H H HiHiHHitiHi iWfWf hJ If JC 4 Iit The NeVstISI PER YEAR IN ADVANCEti J WISE HAGINS EDITOR FRIDAY August 7 T Q= A Hi PATTONrd ATTORtYT lA1V OFFICE IN t CKAWFOUD BLDOQ JACKSON KYi N Z1 S 5252S2 rnDu O SItANGOS m PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 1 Oflicc am lies Phone 56 G m JACKSON KV lsc525252SE5252525252csS2J iiiiiiiiiiniiiimiiiiHiiiiiiiiiuiufiiiiiiiiiiig = 1 MAETIX T imLLYf = ATTORNEY AT LAW c E OFFICE IN 1IUKST HUG = JAClCSOX KY tGIunululllttlhllll1HIIIntlltlllllll1111G I FrDi 11 PI DUFF 1rcI I I nlsrcl vOFFICE OVER I1EUANCE DIlUO Tom Sfi 0 JACKSON 1 KENTUCKY 5 p a tom iJIIi Irt Ctii Postoflico AND SunOJosI 5V t Notice to Candidates S Announcements of candidates for oflico wjH bo charged for ns follows For a District Office 1000 For n County Office 500 Except a complimentary notice given each ca time ho announcesnllcommunicntionf boosting candidates will he charged for at 5 cents per line Such communications be treated as purely advertising matter for which The News docs not assume any responsibility Cush must accompany all orders for such advertising ANNOUNCEMENTS oOMMOtfWKALTHS ATTY s Wo arc authorized to announce A II TAMPER of Campton E4 lS n candidate f Commonwealths Attorney of this the 23d iiilinini district ciitiont to the action f the Democratic party Election Nor 3 1908 FOR COUNTY CLERK I take this means of announcing myselfas a candidate for County CourIClerkof Breathitt A1 County subje2 to the action o the Democratic party If elected I shall reJar Mess of party alflia Lions be you most obedient 8el- vnnt ALFKED RUSSBIL To the VotcrA of Breathitt Co Kl am a cnndl rte for tho office V of County Cour Clerk to be voted for at the November election 1009 J W NOIHE I FOR IIEUIFF We arc authorised to announce ROBElir DEATON of Crockctt vine as a candidate for Sheriff of Breathitt county subject to thcTtxction of the Demo cratic party 1 i FORyTAILEK Wo are to announcec WESLEY TURNER hi as a candidate Tor Jailerof Breath itt county su ject to the action of the Democratic party We iro authorize o announce MIKE UQHINSON 1as a candidate fod jailer of Breath k itt county subject to the action of the Republican party jfi We are authorized announce j n HUDSON HS n candidate for Jailerof Breath itt county subject to the action of tie Democratic ttarty1 SUPEIIINlB DB rf ol C We are lJtQoizedfannouncc I J ofaSupcrintencTdat7 Schools UJreathitt y subjecft to tfio action of tho Democratic party rEversole jOwsIe Co Owing to t IOdt uth thrpug = IJune the farmers will not yoke Io- f Jp a lull crop of corn this yfcin ity Some people ustitiafe 71l10 fA 3 t 2 i ffly fII 1 r3 4r ftqf1 t 4t 1 t AI f I J 141 f 14 0 J 1 I1 1tit 1 ff rf tJtetJ chc f 11 IJf fVfJfS y vi fit s 1 j ij C w j i XSifye llte 1 jf I 01t on TID ijACKSOKIIEwtlIC X t k 4 I I fhis institute will open on Tuesday Septem r ber 1st 198 and contkuic Thirtysix weeks swAlf Departments will be continued so far as needed and opportunity will be given advanced pupils to take the accredited course for admission to collc cfGive us your support StanU Ify your home school and help us build it up For terms and all other information apply to C A LEONARD Principal Jackson Kentucky ma Q crop at onehalf and others at threefourths of a crop teatn played the Hoonevillo team a name of ball Saturday The Booncille- I club defeated the visitors by a score of 12 to 4 Among those from Buckhorn were Prof Mur dock Luther Johnson Dr Ab shear John Gross a deaf and dumb boy and others Miss Julia Hose of Fairview is visiting friends and relatives at Lee City Some of the strongest Republicans in this county have conceded that Bryan will be elected John C Rose and wife attended the Footwashintr Sunday on TelLs Creek Mrs Addis Wilson is sick with typhoid fever Ve had several hot races for trustees in this county Saturday Elihuc Reynolds was elected in our district Corn is worth one dollar in thi neighborhood Bacon 12i per lb oats 2i c per dozen stock 4j centsMrs Chas Callahan has been quite sick for some time The Juniors met at the Midway school house near tho mouth nnwd presented the schoolwith a Bible and a Flag FEW CIOTHKS Sheriffs Execution Sale By virtue of Venditioni Expo Has No 25 in favor of Reh lien rcrson Company vs fosep tinfJlerks office of tho Breathitt Cir cuit Court now in my hands for collection Ior one of my dcnuties will o- nMonday Aug 24 1908 between the hourJof 12 oclock m and 2 oclock p m at th Court Homo door in the town of Jackson Breathitt County Ken Lucky expose to public sale to the highest bidder the following property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the amount of the plaintiffs debt in terest and costs and Sheriffs com missions towit one tract of land lying and being in Breath itt county Kentucky on the waters of upper Nigger branch tributary of Frozen Creek in Breathitt county Kentucky levied upon as the property of Joseph Spencer a defendant in said execution Terms Sale will be made on a credit of six month bondwith approved security required bear jug interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from tiny of sale and haying the force of a Replevin BondWitness my hand this tho 5 day of August 1908 Amount to be made by this Sale 14890- BUKCK CRAWFORD S IL C By GmlJnlx D S Campion Wolfe County 1 S IIIKash imJI tore Jatnes of I Hazel Green weo in town Tues daydi4 Alarge crowd l attended county court londayi there were a uumberof Comm nwct1 tlV cases orithe docket andmost of them were tried l The CamptorrSunday scloollalls set Xtti oust01rfor the observance stlllinlr ono s i- I r and the Souths most famous young orators was in Campton from Friday until Tuesday and while hero delivered three interest ing lectures Isqt C Hurst of Wilhurst has been visiting his parents atI i this place for a foe days i1hc school election passed off at this place lust Saturday candidnteI lots T B Hanks Tho Democrats of tho county met in tho Masonic and Odd Fel lows Lodge hero Monday and or jiunized n Wolfe County Demo cratic CLub James Rose Sr of Stillwater was elected president 1 R Hollon secretary S G Sample vice president and A C Oli rev treasurer Vice presidents were also elected for each precinct in the county anda commiU n was appointed to draft resolutions oath to report at the next meeting of the club which will be the firsts Monday in September A nun ber of enthusiastic speeches were lIilrerentsparts o county contributions made toward elFect inn a permanent organization All Democrats of the county arc urged to bo present at the next meeting The Wolfe County harmers Institute held at this place last Friday and Saturday was n decided success and alUfarmers who at tendedexpressed themselves ns well pleased with the instruction given by the State lecturers Messrs Cope Kane and John sun placeea good attendance The teachers for this year aro E E Whitesidc Principal G C Allen Etnm- 11clls Mrs Barnes and Miss Ad cock tc0 Stillwator Sunday where thal tended the Footwashing at the Old Baptist churc- hMarriage Licenses The following marriitge licenses have been issued since our last re port Alvic Randall of Jackson and Miss Ruth Roby of Lexington Tnomas Hudson and Munda Davis both of Nbulc Andrew S Vanclcve and Miss Sarah Liza Bunks both of Celia Lee Vires of LeRose and Miss Nancy Jane Turner of Crockctts villoVm Miller of Clemons and Mrs Lucy IIolonof Clay Hole Thomas Ilagins colSand Mag gie Wilson colbohof Jackson+ Tho Ice CreamSupperJgivcn by tho members of Alpha Chapter Eastern Star at tho court house Tuesday night was lluileu success 2700 being realized The Teachers Institute has been in session this week and muchof tho brains and beauty ofthe Bounty Have been in evidence Revs Thomas Kelly and J II Judson passed through hero today on their way to attend the memor inl meeting of Mrs JI W Wheeler of Cannel City Judge C R McDowell Dome cat and John L ShelbyrRepub lican Lexington have been- appointed members of the State Board of Election Commissioners I fum anD Philosophy Sr DUNCAN M SMITH PEBT PARAGRAPHS There IsljiHt tide nbout itIt la Im possible tn jo an oaMu5rkniid It kiinl case nt till lineramu An spender Is very rarely n toilsome cnfiicr j It Is FnkV thttt money tnlkH IVrlkiu tint hi tho reason tlmt It inn lel oome people keep their mouths shut Tip Minlle thnt wont cone off Is never acquired by nssoclntlng with your dentist Ami them again the yullow peril I SQmPtlinoJjmthliifj but a well duv olop fll vns i iy lyspopsln When yon hear n innn inrklng n noise like n tuiilu dont got Into nn ortfument with him rm All the good In the worM cnnt keep a lUlU from destruction If It la nil on side of him When you execute nn evil dcod dont cinch the matter by paying n 11olllrfo have It recorded loaf Intention may bis the begin wing of RO 5 Iii9tlluthiiM hut It U Im possible for them to IKJ tho end thun of tr1roVably the reason why so mnnv people are not good Is bwanso there tiro to many opporttmltles for not be Iiir otxl There are lots of icople wlu wont Ho who are nercrthclervi master hands nt coneenlhiK thin truth If It Were So nna our lute would run nloiiK Just like the music In n sang Or Ilku n train of Pullman can With only soft and pleasant Jan If things could Imriwn every itay Tlio way thuy work out In a play Tlitro everything la lute and light Tho men are bold the girls lOre bright Things for an act or two n6 wrong Hut In the end right onmofl out strong The hero nlways wins the bride With mirth and music on tho side No one Is iHjtlierod In the play About n email thing like ids ny One always lias a roll nt bills That r iiy I ociict alto IWs Oe nhouM run hill A CluHbook brings a new supply The bill collrctor never knock To Rife the timid ones u shock i The only troubles on the runt Jtirtaln to love and things like that And eveit they have fwlilo u xrcr They come out r Kht In halt an hour Of course the villain dose pot tare Bo well Hut who for him would care lie only servos to oniyln lie That virtue draws the certnln prize That tho descrving wins ihowlfAh wild that It were so In life r tr One Place I nm not In tho leant hit nil perstltlons V o u dont ilrend to meet n black cut No except In the form of M tn lllill go Pulse Heats The opal tinted wutcr lies skiesastn And dropping ns twere waterwise Salutes the limpid lake The little crinkling wavelets ploy Ileneath the glowing God of day They nor yjp They never slay They BO arid yot lire here allay Tho sun gods thirst to slake As move tho waves upon tho lale So dn the titles of feeling make Sly full heart iiwoll and nil but break Eo much have love and life at stake So strong tho throb and ache Superfluous h1Ie wnnbi to have n plunk demand lug old age pensions for men In the platform this year Hut why thud dLKrlmlnatlou Would not the women used It ns badly Yen they might peal ItIbut they would never urow old enough to Iw cittltlml to It so whatMthu use1 i I Explained Though ho UlpiHxl Into business Alt ho could do wax fall lit only was nn honest man TInt tells tho simple title J N Kchoe of Mnysvillo was on Wednesday nominated for Congress by tho Ninth district Democratic convention I We call attention to tho an i ouncement of the Lees Collegiate Institute in another column The school is under an entirely new management this year and we bci licvo deserves tho patronage of our icopletCarey Holly who wag sentenced to the penitentiary from this county in 1890 for 18 years for murder has been pardoned by Governor Villson x N Senator Caswell Prewitt of Montgomery county diQdut the Good ftamaritan hospital at Lexington Saturday after an opera ellilImow s i SCERQFFSEXECUTIO N- Ii StLE A Nv yntuo of Kxciiction No 32 in favoiof The Cox lint Company vs Joo Spencer and Scott Cope which issued 1 from tho Clerks oflico of tho Hreatlutt circuitcourt now ill my hunds for Collection I or one of my v ilIon Monday Aug24 1900 npdlind2oclock mio door in tho town of Jnrk son Brent Id t county lyrntuekv expose to public sale to till highest kidder the following propertv or o much thereof ai navy bo nrccssarv tc satisfy the nntom t ftfjlio plnintilTsVltbt Interest unit rosts arid Sliorllls commissions towlt two tracts of laud lying anti being in llrcathitl county Kentucky All tho lilt 11110 of Scott Cope In that cortnln land on Frozen Creek in Hrcnthitt county Kentucky nnd embraced in n deed to him and others mild by Jnmrs y Cf pc and Xorilda Cope on Vet I atary Bth 1008 and recorded in- Deed Hook No 25 pages 3 4 etc Uroalhitl County Court Clerks office Reference for boundary is hereby hud to smith deed Also one tract of land lylntr and being in Hrcnthilt county Ken tneky1on tho waters of upper Nigjier branch n tributary of Frozen Creek levied upon as the property of Joseph Spencer and Scott Cope defendants in said ex ecution Terms Sale will be mndo on n credit of six months bond with ipproved security required bear ing interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from day of snIt anti having the force of a Ifaplovin Bond Witness my haul this the 0 day of August 1108 Amount to be made by this SuIt S2020S HUKCIC Cuv Toui S B C By OHm UAUDIX D S Special Term A special term of the Hrcathitt circuit court has been called to begin August 17 1103 for the purpose of relieving the large CiJliCIlSCS day as set for tho regular term and witnesses hind parties are ex pected to be in attendance promptly CUT GLASS and WEDDING SILVER Articles of beauty and usefulness combined 75c to 5 and upward UICUABM QUAIIII Low THICKS Heintz JEWELER Main St opp Phoenix LEXINGTON K- YREMOVALI I I have moved to McCormick near Caniptoii Junction where I will continue my business of ranking Monuments AND TOMBSTONES- Any we vv tJnt ninnthinJ in my line will plcaso write me at McCormick Ky I will make monthly visits to Jackson und hope all my friends will save their orders for me aftSHELY l1 r f tffA c1 i Day Bros CatkII K fd Wholesale and Retail MerchandiseIl rJACISON JA I Mr Mechanic 1 HAVE YOU SEEN r Our Bargain CounterH We have bought titiesb4 merchandise at almost half but our enthusiasm got the better of our j brrloWllblarger than is prudent that is one of the reasons for making what may r seem to you unbclievcable prices We will make the following cash prices on a new and seasonable line t of Clothing TInts Shirts and ShoosII 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 125 = C = = A HAT STUNT No equal values jn huts are oh j tamable anywhere olsc todayano bettor values may be looked for in j the future I A Bargain for 25 Ctsf P Tremendous Cut in Shirts We will continue to scatter prof its to the winds Just think of it I Shittser 30 and 35cc = == J 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 i Tt7 1- S l k r ra r4feti a Syr k L a J s Nevsr+ 1 J WISE ILG INS Enrroh CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SIAYEA IuMInlied Kvcry Friday v u twII IJLANTON U T HOVURflAL J WISH IIAQIN5 t Blanton Hovermale Hagins ATTORNEYS AT LAW ortlct In Court llouie J ck on1C- yPractice in all the courts of tin Commonwealth Litigation cgn cernmg titles a specialty Collections promptly made nil promptly remitted Real cstatl bought and sold Breck Young of Simpson WI1 fi i Here on business Wednesday talbert Campbell of Clay Hole was hero on business Wednesday rC J Noble of Lost Ctcekwas here on business Thursday l Win Belcher lmo sold his residence property to DrJ S Red wine who will Inoue into it Rufus Madden of Ml Sterling ia visiting his sons Clarence and Gharliu hidden- Clarence Iladdcn trod his father were visiting J A lladden nt Lost Creek Tuesday 1 Mrs Clarence Iladdcn and son ro Springs for SwanrIMiss Julia Hays who has been sick for several months is so much improved as to bo able to be out visiting friends + John Abhor of Fincastle and i John Bartlett of Cherokee pan hero visiting Dr C 11 Hurst L the first of the week Mrs K P Landrum of Lo t 4n Crock left today for R weeks visit to her mother Mrs Uriah rIlyden nt Levi Owslcy county Cnllt Henry Collins the meat b man left Thursday for a visit of rq three weeks to rclatiues nndfriwuls at Sulphur Springs Va jJP Lyon of Bcattyville was t hero Friday attending the Judicial Committee meeting and incident ally looking after some insurance I t business Service nt the Baptist church L Sunday at 11 a m nit 7510 p m Kvcning subject A Young Man Starting in Lire A welcome to all 011 1olliird wife and boys nr visiting friends and relatives at It their old home at Sulphur They will be absent for about a month Miss Katherine Day daughter of John C M Day won the prize as the best girl rider 11 years of 1 and younger nt the Winchester Fair Tuesday Thomas Williams of Irvine r A was seriously injured in n run awny Ho was taken totho Oood Samaritan Hospital ut Lexington for treatment The Jackson Electric Light and Hydraulic Manufacturing Co of this place filed articles of incor poration at Frankfort Monday + capital stock 20000 The incor porators were L P Gum J W Norwood and A S Moore of Lexington I T II Beuris who has been 1IhinJt at Ilindman for the past years has moved his family buck hero Ho will rebuild on his lot on East Main street his hoiso was burned about two years ago The subject of the sermon at the Christian church next Sunday t morning will be Christian Liberty The evening service begins at 7H immediately after J the meeting of the Endeavor ciety The people are cordinll invited to all tlQ services Rev G E Drushal of Lost Crock was hero Tuesday attending s court and assisting in the prosecution r of some boys who had bee r disturbing religious worship nt his church i Tho funeralof John D Camp bell better known as Doctor iti11 Campbell will be conducted nttho Holliday graveyard in Perry L county on the fourth Saturday nnJ Sunday in August by llovs y I 1 James Hall Thomas Kelly ami j blames Wheeler Everybody int iJt Att vitod o i 1- p j 1 tt To tho Votcrsof BfciithUt Counts I take this method of atmottnc fuhRe + of SII s of Hreathilt county subject to tin action of the Democratic prtrly an I the peovlp in general 1 I lii yf been engaged in tachoa work for 28 yciirs in succession 1Q years ns a student and 18 year as if teacher and I think I ari thoroughly ncquainte with lh I needs of the children andtheph- oo If elected I will faithfully ere the people to the best of my ability Yours respectfully Ko DKATON E H Holliday Killed K 11 Holliday of Hnarcl waS killed by a runaway tiam white on his way homo from Hnurd las Saturday morning The drive- lost control of the team and hi c eight one of tho cheek lines and the team ran againstn telephSm pole throwing him out of tin wagon anti killing him instantly Mr Ilollidny was tit years of age and one of the leading citizens o f Perry county having held some of its most importnnt ofiicos and was Master Commissioner of Perry circuit court ut the time o hift death Ho was chairman of his party committee for ninny years Ho leaves a largo and in fluential fatally Two of his sons B C and M IL Holliday reside in Jackson Ills remains were brought on to his home Saturday and tho funeral and burial nt the Ilollidny grave yard on Troublesome crook Sunday in the presence of the largest assemblage of people ever seen in that community Tho following explains itself Printers Ink Publishing Co 10 Spruce St New York July list 1 lOS The News Jackson Ky- icntleiiieltsUut of 2Sfi02 pub lications listed in the 1508 issue of How ls American Newspaper Ii rectory oiilylibout 1800 are considered worth an advertisers se rious consideration Yours isf ono of them trulyPrinters Co The Ky Shuttle Hlock Stave Company lies been reorganized and its name changed to Little S Wright The members of th lira are C1 Little of this city nnd Dr II B Wright of Detroit formeebusiness of company will deal in lumber wagon stock furniture dimension stockconi and timber lands etc SHERIFFS EXECUTION SALE By virture of Kxcution No 28 in favor of Tho Chattanooga Med cine Company vs Joo Spencer anti I tinlcuit court and Yonditioni Kxponiu No 27 in favor of Bryan Goodwir and Hunt and Vcnditioni Ex penny No 20 in favor of Isaac Fullers Sony Company va Joseph Spencer nnd Scott Cope wind issued from tho Clerks oJlieo or the lircathitt circuit court now in my hands for collection I or ono of my deputies will on Monday Aug 24 1908 between the hours of 12 in and 2 oclock p m at tho Court House door in the town of Jackson Drcathitt County Kentucky expose to public solo to the highest bidder the muchathereof as may be necessary 1 satisfy the amount of the plaintiffs debt interest nndcosts any 1 Sheriffs commissions towit a certain tract of land lying a d bo lag in Hreathitt county Kentucky All the interest of Scott Oopo ii that certain lurid on l roZt Crook in Hreathitt county Kentucky nnd embraced in a deed to him and Copte IflOS nod recorded in Deed Hook Nfi 20 pages a 4 etc Breath County Court Clerks oflicc Reference for boundary is hereby hnd to said deed levied upon as depTerms Sale will bo made on a credit of six months bond with approved security required bear ing interest at tho rate of six per cent per annum from tiny of sale and having the force of a ltoPlel i Bond Witness my hand this time 5th day of August 1908 Amount to be made by this Salo 329UO t LByt it 4 t t Herald L 1 R IIJGflmtlhrge is dKiisr lily crslsing in utlendance Etghty 1iVClltIlIlro enrolled 11r 11 i tJN ranti andwlf llerlhlIlltIWC vDr penciled lon most appreciative uudrencethv the nutiJ toriunt tlf the College inTfaV- tmOinirig iiml at SJfOuWc Hlnde in the cTertuiv V Each visit this yalinnt Worker for God makes to the mountain people but ullirins tho conviction that he is a matifwjio walks and talks with Godis presence is n benediction and when his great optimism is blended with the smiles and kindly greetings of his wife sunshine and hope is indeed fillrSaturday August 1 n party ol young people accompanied by Mrsn Jumps Johnson and Miss toethe bntimuilserices on Jells Creek Richard Herald Si is jn poor health Clayton Gkbbard visited Jolts eveningf f Alec Herald spent several days in Frankfort 1on business last week Huddle Gross AVOS iinnnimously elected scliool trustee for this district last Saturday Richard Herald Jr is the proud father of a line young sOli The infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Preston McIntosh died August 3 The funeral services were conducted by Dr Gucrrarit from limo Auditorium ut 8 a m August 4 Burial was at Shoulder Blade There will be a public sale of building lots on land adjoining the Highland College grounds Satur day September 5- HIGHLAND COLLEGE Great interest is being manifested in the work of Highland Col lege recently opened nt Herald Ky by Dr K O G nor rant president of the Society of Soul Win ners During the summer of 1907 third c buildings were erected on live acres of lowland on Puncheon Cnnunrroek near where it empties into the middle fork of the Ken lucky river and three miles from foresteclad hills where peace and plenty reign it is indeed a beautiful ben tion and n sate place for students The first of May 190S three teachers from Colorado Maine andPcnnsylvania entered the work Since that tints two more from Maine have been added July 15 1JOH the buildings were dedicated by Governor Wilson and other able speakers The chief executive of tho state of Kentucky eloquently and earnestly proclaimed himself tho friend brother and servant of nilnnd urged the wnrmhcnrtcd stalwart men standing about him onward to Jives of sobriety purity and good will This tiny will long afford pleasant memories to the manv who were present rite following Monday July 20 school opened with GO pupils Many of tho parents also came to identify themselves with what was being undertaken and left behind strong and earnest expressions of gratitude and assurances of their hearty cooperation which greatly increased the courage and bright cued the hope ofIIIIwho lire push jog the work forcwnrd 1There are 85 students in regular attendance A primary school building and two largo dormitories aye to be erected soon us it is possible to Ido so There is still room in a teachers cottage for several more girls to board Board can also bo secured with nearby fannies lion II G Garrett of Win chester has bean appointed Re publican elector for the state at largo Rev Alexander Patterson of Benttyville will preach at tho Presbyterian church next Wednes tiny night at the usual hour thenBaptist church was pleasantly surprised by the members of his congregation calling on him on the Heights Tuesday and presenting him with the substantiate of life 1 j d jrotI BT A t K Ie Ii7 1ft l L i r 00 9OOS 1 1 = FOR SALE+ rPRI J U 4 MEAL I r- l AND i ECTION FLOE 1Ea GOOD COFFEE and in fact anything youI need at prices quality considered lower VIZS w- I the lowest v mI1 ICEIJ Cool oil anti get ice from home The Jackson Electric d Hydraulic 1 Manufacturing Company is lrjlrcd to furnish yOu ice cheaper than you ever sit before i BUY TICKETS AND SAVE MONEY GET A REFRIGERATOR Dont forget to put lights in your louse Electricity is cheapnnd gives the best light S f i I F t 2FfM THOMPSON HAMILTONHE- ADQUARTERS2 FOR iIBackV j Phone Us and We Will Do the Restrv t h We also have a nice line of i I I Ladies 1andtM Latest Styles and Lowest Prices for Cash I We Sell i RUGS LACE CURTAINS r f and Other Household Furnishings i ij THOMPSON A HAMILTON 3 Corner Main and Broadway j2ZtnS2mj 2BS2S2 2 X2 3o 2ou Write 7OUR business letters with a pcn 1 Uptodate business cor respondence demands a typewriter The best machine to be had can bo purchased for about 10 cents n day W B OELZE Agent for Typewriters J Notice Tho firm Copo Sewell has t IwillI Ilea SlFL- Lr C 1- iW 1 Buckhorn Mrs Laura horns and laughter Uuthor Wilmore are the guest of her mother Mrs Robcr JohnsonMrs D York visited Mrs Wolory Evorsolo Tuesday ever ingRov and Mrs II S Murdocl r and Misses Mnry and Martha Me Intoshwill attend the Blue Grasss fair next week Clifton B Gross went to Atho Tuesday on business A D York returncdhomo Sun day from Oneida r + j I MOJA1Mt to rJ I This is the Question IWhethca it is boiler to keep your money in a drawer or safe ntul dole it out in payments of ittI mid pay uCIHck 1 There canuo but one answer to this bank it and check it out IOPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH US- It will systematize your affairs teach you economy and bring you into contact with the besftpcoplo of the community Three Per Cent Interest Paid on Time and Deposits i i JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK ITACKSO ICENTUgKV tt1il W i IXEOPAINTS w t1 1 1 1f- it l ftf IJnst received a full line t 4wt w 114r-v iaG LJ Will cover more space list f ahnl look better thai t I any other paint made Call ail Vandtf l f prices R i Jackson Drug Co i 1 i Gia Coming to You a ojr El- is it THERE IS NO FAKERY I i SfIt you pay us you got ono cents b return dl- il Tcii Believe in Square Treatment iF Eli i Your moneys worth all tlio time Wo might III- c use up a pogo ofapnco talking about our goods E ins then you wouldnt know how good they aro I mCOwIE TO OUR STORE Wi a i bSoyou can sea for yourself thats the surest way El 1 1 Crawford CoIi fMIQ e e G SIGitFAIR LlCOUPORATEDI KY 25000I- n Premiums Aug 1015 6 Big Days 6 25000 In Premiums DeBaughs Military Band and Megaphone Quartette An Unequalled Program of Free Acts and Carnival Attractions 10Great Acts Each Day10 HALF RATES ON ALL RAILROADS FOR CATALOGt + ADDRESS JOUETT SHOUSE Se9retryv Uxffgtonf JCj v t CHAPTER VI At Maxims AXIMS after old gbtthe show restaurant Whither sightseeing Americans and other tourists flock and whose dizzy machine made mlrrlrnelil Ihl solemn ly believe to be a part and parcel of true Parisian life On the night of Sonlas garden party one group of men and women who en bred the Jelly restaurant were so different from of the place as to comeln for not a few amused glances from their neighbors They were Mine Natalie Popoff Mme Nova Kovltch anti Cascftda and St BrloUic The rUJt wu NntnMui Idea At Marlin She had heard Danllos wild speech of gOOd by to Sonia and his announcement that ho was off to Muslins Hence the ambassadors wife with a feeble yearning to atone In some way for the false position into which the widow had been thrust for her sake had resolved to follow In the Lope of securing a word in private with Daullo and setting matters right again Natalia had not confided her plan to her husband dud now us the party were ushered to a secluded table In an alcove she glanced at the riotous scene about her with a delighted nervous ness The delight vanished suddenly however and the nervousness waxed to a bank fear as a familiar voice smote upon her car Popoff had just come In and wax standing not ten feet away from the secluded table where his wife sat tremblingI to see Prince Danllo at once he said to the head waiter Has he arrived Sot yet sir was the reply but he will be here very soon There is a supper party waiting for him over there waning to n tableful of gayly appareled girls with tired eyed men Really exclaimed the ambassador Ill Just Join them till he comes He loddltd oil to the distant table where to Natalies Jealous eye 1m seemed to make himself at home with a phenomenal ease and quickness III was carce seated when Daullo strode lit The whole table rose to give the prince noisy greeting Why hallo your excellency cried Daullo This Is queer company for n monument of respectability like yowtelf t wAudr teto 4 saw e yes plaMtwi- Ile aadAaeador drawing Uni anlde I t vmi blond M One here and wait Ml yeti npHeared Oh I see cut lu the prince thoroughly enjoying hU lqnCu lon Tools lush In where w I didnt rush In fumed tho nrti Lassador I crept a mtasly cab and 1 sneaked Intome place like I 1 pickpocket for fear some one would recognize one I sacrUIced myself to my country Suppose my wife should hear of itl I came to Implore you toI beouIbooming through the whole room Ho Is here nnd I Oh he broke oil on sight of Popoff Hero you arc 1 My dear Nova Kovltch pettishly Interrupted the ambassador is It neej J essary to hunt for me with a brass band CouIJnt you Im sorry to interrupt you answered Nova Kovlfch but heres a dill patch from the llarsovlan ministry It seemed to me important Mud I brought It OH T Popoff took the slip of paper a dIt read aloud If Mine Sadowas twenty millions ore allowed to leave Mnrsovla we area n bankrupt country There Prince Danllo continued the ambassador turning on the young man lu melodramatic appeal you Its right up to you Your country allIpeals to you to save ItJ You are Mar IIalldiXo tho deuce with matrimony and Monrovia and myself Pm done efllr dreams uf love and all that nonI i conge JiWree and Im going tow suks a ltzbtot it I r- x 1t4M t y di i fP o ft S t r i i- r I j t 1- o t tA r 11 y s 4 i- LJtt ti rk i I t s 10 t u I He paused and ptooa SIILUL 1IW founded Down the little flight of stairs leading luto the room a woman was advancing alone Sonia exclaimed Danllo With a word of excuse to the others he hurried across and tact the widow ns she reached the foot of the steps YouYe here he muttered In hor rifled wonder here nlonc Yes replied Sonla coldly Is It any affair of yours1 First the Hummer house lie went on ns in n daze then Maxims Quite so Is that all you have to any t Xo he retort d I have one thins more You should not marry Do Joll don X01 Why not pray llocause I He cheeked himself Sho finished the sentence for him HecaUso you love 11107 she BUS Bested He broke Into n discordant miserable laugh Dont laugh that silly way she rrprlmandcd sharply I am sorry you dont like it ho observed Its the only way I know Then dont laugh nt all The laugli Is ot my sUo nuyway On your Mor Yes Yoi aro angry at whet Imp pened this evening nut It wash 1 who was in tlio summer house with 11 do Jolldon Hut I saw you there he declared r- J took another womans place to gei her out of au awkward scrape with her hushand with M Popoff She was tniPI never even guessed It cried Danllo his sullen taco breaking Into a audio of utter relief What a fool I wash I was green anti yellow with Jealousy I He caught himself up but It was too Into Snnlas eyes danced But since you dont love me she asked why were you yellow and green with- Beenuse green milt yellow are our national colors 1 am nothing If not patriotic You see Mine Sadowa prince gurgled Popou trotting up to them unable longer to restrain his anxietySI hope It 14 all settled All nicely arranged eh LOVE SONIA HE WHISPERED If you mean Is madame to marry le Jolldon answered Danllo she li notBut this evening ejaculated Iop off In the summer house She took another womans place replied the prince disregarding Soula warning Dear estureIoslty reviving Who was she t Excuse me your excellency re marked Nlsh who hud entered with Nova Kovltch mud had hovered aim lessly about waiting to get In it word but here Is a fun that was picked up III the summer lease after the party You told me to search the place and I itd If I tray say so I Same old teal commented Popoff opening It Then with a Jump as eye vaguely caught tho sentence Natalie bad scribbled beneath Do J6II dons avowal ho screamed My wifes handwriting Then It was my wife after 11111ISir quoted sars wife should be above suspicion nut Caesar never brought his wipe Purls walled Popoff This is bad tor inc No no pleaded Nalalic who at sight cf the fatal trinket hud left her table and run forward Its all a hatM rid mistake I can explain 1 i Silence commanded Popoff In hisImagisterial manner under section 4 of the Marsovlan code hereby divorce you This fun Is ifuf fitlent evidence As Natalie started back dumb with horror Popoff turned Impressively to Souls and to tho widows amused dis sank on one knee before her Mme Sadowa ho declaimed I sin free and In tho name of our tar therland I beseccii you to become my wifel =u u l Sonla was seemingly oiiim wiewhite misery III Natalie face and the ShoIored by your proposal but before I uc itaJamc I hereby divorce jou copt It Is only fair to tell you that If I marry again I lap all my fqrfune The ambassador scrambled hastily to his feet IIwas perhaps Just a wee bit hasty he stuttered looking sheepish ly about for a way of escape Natalie rune forward and handed him the tOil Did you read tho words I wrote oil It she asked tlnild- lyInmAdutifulwifeI spelled out the ambassador Forgive mo didntI understand Shall we let bygones be bygones I Danllo who hind stood silent during the odd proposal now stepped past Popoff and fated Sonla a new light In ills eyes Is It true you will lose all your money If you marry again he asked In a voice he tried In vain to ttPsteady IYo she admitted It is true Thou why shouldnt I say now what t vnn I YOU i I WilY not she agreed demurely lIe drew a step nearer- I love you Sonla he whispered Steadily happily she met hits burn Ing eyes niHfho answered I love you Danllo I have always loved younTut tut fretted Popoff pushing peevishly between thjm Thlsll nev or do You cant marry her prince Youll both be paupers Not quite gently corroded Soula I shall lose my money It Is true but mly because I am going to give It all tj my husband TUB END Thinks It Saved His Life Lester M NVlan of Napier Maln says In a recent letter I have used- Dr Kings New Discovery ninny pear for coughs and colds mid I IhlnW It saved my life 1 have found it a re liable remedy for throat ni d lung cninplnlnts and would no more lie without a Lillie than T would bis with out food For nearly furry years New Discovery hiss stood at the head of ihront nnd lung remedies As h pre + entlve of imeu n iil and healer of weak lungs It has nn equal Sold Riiarant e at Tnckioii Drug store OOc and 100 Trial bottle fre Dont let your wife boil over a sloe this hot weather Fresh bread nt tho Jackson Steam BnI leery Phone 74 I Drink Wainscptt PopI j 4 IFh 1 MEY Y WIDOWd V t VAILSE WCOPiRIOHT19D1 BrCIIAPPlLL A Co LTD 1 III Frf r n the Opora Tho Morry Widow c By FRANZ LGHAR I J IltolintIlIs Isvtrotdt- tter doMorlng Ifi yIIIIfrchronic Inili pMlnn amid niTtidlng over two liiindrpd diillnrx nothing hn dumi mo an niiioh gauds lr Kings New I Life Illl I ponHdor thrum the hiipills uvtr IdwrihI VountBH ntlHrkiriii lrusp mare lfio I LIERAILWAY1PLSi No 1 NoJ No 5 SundayEx AM II AM r 00O r luOnkdalu 7julluJnSt Helens OW 3 11 7 H liOlotrclltSl8DundeoFilsun S 03 4 I t S 12 5tChty8l11ittultesterAr Lexington 9 65 G or to t 4KASTIM AM- Lv t 8511lntiltcstor 26Cltt10llIsollUUtmllol1Jul1cL I tolleattvvilIeJunol ViTullei4a wOakdnlo JOOAKJunct j i Ar Jackson G 15 11 20 CONNECTIONS L E JUNCTIOXTrainsNoH 1uud 8 will nmk0 connections StcrlinjCAM1TOX withthoimsion crs to anti from Camnton BI ATlrYI ILg J U NUlION InuiwJsos 2n1d I connect with lUulfromO KJUNCTIOXTniiaNo 3 and 4 with the Ohio Iontuclt f for vCIiAS5C0Clu 0tC K HAIL YJ YjlSIFKCTIVK NOV w IUOII WEST HOUND Daily iCx Sun Ifcr cits tin UWOII A M l M Gv 00OFrozen n 81 sm 8121Pilhnrst 1lose45IlclcchawiiAr Cannel City 12 35 5 20 EAST HOUND Dally Ex Sun 2u usASM lsr CIUl A M j ILv 00Hclcclmwa I 25Uo44Wilhurst 67K25Ar i leavesCannel 1 leaves Jackson at 4 00 p in AI L CONLKV Oon afariu Mountain Central Popart Arrive o 15 a m Campion 11 30 a m 145 p in Campion 0 00 p m i Departtl1 00 pin Campton Jun 4 40 p m Make connection with nil L kE passenger trains KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery 00FORI AND ALL TIHOAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED BATI8FACTOBY OB MONEY REFUNDED t W H Henderson Ayres Street Ojip Post Ofllse LEXINGTON KY UEALKU IN Grain Seeds FeedrQprnOloverBlue Gran Orchard Grass Hunsaflan Hay Straw fllll Feed to k r 1