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Y t 1 t lot 4 0 f1i y It r9 fr rteOUNTIESIN Best Advertising Medium wB I REA1HITT Q oulutlonUI t F ANY PAPER IN THIS SECTION 4If J Wl8K HA Gixs Editor and lulNEWSPAPER n DEVOTED TO Tjy 4x4 aTs OF EASTERN KENTwsr- r 1 A e J I L r tf 1 = = JIIj Iv t1DVANCEVolume IIc5 1 rV 31 46 I T trl l siren STAR STORE a 17OF EUSTER ISAACS 3M 20 DAYS SAkE AT COST tp to ro preparing to mako root for our Fall Stock Wu havo got a big stock of 7 sCLOIHINGIA Large Stock of Dry Goods Ladies SkirtsBrown Blue and Black Mens Top Shirts and Undcrwear Pants Counter panes and Lace Curtains 1 1 f Mens Hutstit 25c Less an the SI I A IIIO STOCK OB Mens Ladies and Chile rens Shoes ATCOST IMUCES Everything willgo at low pricoj 0 S EUSTER ISAACS rrr t Q i i HitHif i riQitl Ht ttH I f FfjOYU HAY lyres J MALI IIL 1IKAI Jr Cashiers f v F I CHAWFOUn Visa TrtH CM f i I DAVIS Acting Cashlor W8 HOITKIt Anst Ciuli f f of Ill llwllnnnlln- q i OUR f METLjDQ1I9PgSAT f f f f vo11 A fargc mild growing cHentile If g is you are not already in this num- bor o 1 why not open an account now J bull in and talk the subject over with fJliS A call will entail no obligation Ollt yoiutry and see tk Q 2735000ij cci 1 JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK J m- tJ s KentuckytoQ Q aQ Q G Q 2 e G e oee eroe i ut THEii w iF F Af LYON HON CO I- m ill iii INSURANCE f 1 A il kF REAL ESTATE i Inr I STOCKS AND BONDS 1- v i f LOANS NEGOTIATED f G l I AGENCIES IN ALL THE PRINICpAL TOWNS n fO5 Want Live Energetic Men to Represent Us J in Unoccupied Territory f6 ft L trfgjIO pany at Beattyville Kentucky i Ot H H H H H H H HiH H H H H H H wH H H i H H H orthTfews Office v Ip ro i R u w 1rdwrLrarLLw Frozen Creek r a Miss Mollie Hick is visiting her Sister Mrs W II Pelfry nt Vat Olevoi Mrs John Pence died AUlust21 of dropsy Sire leaves a husband and one child to mourn hcr loss Mr Juno Jctt and wife visited MM Jctts parents Mr and Mrs Wm Day from Friday till Mon tlayr Eunice tho tive year old daugh tor of Dr William Ttitt has been very ill for some time but is im proving MM Win Tult Miss Calla Tul- and Miss Mollie tick visited the family of Ivier Wilson last Fri day at Wilhurst All enjoyed a good dinner Miss Ciillu Tutt who has been visiting her brother Wm lull dad Mrs 11rii Ielfrey at Van Clcvc for the last two weeks has returned to her home at Campion Those who visited Mrs W II Pelfry last week were her mother Mrs John Allen Mr John AllenJ Mrs J B Fhinchum Mr and Mrs TinvTurrill Mrs Wm Day und Misses villi Tutt timid Mollie IVtck Insko IBorn Jnbt week to the wjfeo Jordan Phipps u boy 4 Hopno Hack sold n pair of miiles 10 J HIIoIbrooklasL week sMisses Howcniuand Clementine Orxso visited relatives near Jack sonikVcw days ago Ilnekand Mrs n Ff g Iti tIsitedrelatiyesnt Lee City flnd Sund yV 4 r t 1 Harrison Hurkhnrl of Pine llidgc was hero dq gI ll1lt- wMJt liiiUnaiiJH At Samuel bmdillslittc tirllhe ma who has been sick with the fever is thou htt be improving Limo little child of Buck Gocd iman died a low days ago and was burled nt He knap in Wolfe count Kelson Itisncr Jr sold a pair of young mules o Kelson llisner SrI of Magolfincountyt aYew days ago Our schools are pros Elo is nicely under tho management L6J Mrs Clark llancy and Miss Myr tie WLittakcr as teachers MuowusiV Tur- a II f45 CrtfNnturfil Bridge Saturday returning time same day Tho infant child of Mr and Mrs Patrick Hollow of Lerose died August 20 MM Win Terry who has been confined to her room for several days is improving John Cornctt of IIin man is spending a few days with his sister Mrs Icons Terry Miss Lillie Terry who is spend ing tho summer in Wisconsin writes thatu a fine country Mr and Mrs George Short re tured from Knox county list week where they have been visiting rel atives Miss Ruth C Terry who is touching at Fourmilc visited her home at Turkey Saturday and Sunday GONDOLIKR Allowing Railroads to Obey the Law If the government is going toI run tho railroads of tho counts it must run them on business prin ciples or accept the responsibility for general bankruptcy and ruin This has come to be pretty well understood at last in government as well as railroad cir lcitIAn illustration of it is tho gen oral recognition of thenecessit fi bringing the 8hetolaw wd than ftJ Qyy 6 now thoy rwrbarmclyto t l r tl4eJa a r 4tl h y J r er h x- r rJtc r violate time law ngalnSt combir tionjf they uniftriufy obodtlio law rcjjul tiotratcs If tjwajjObcy Ithe Sherman law by f III out of- cOmbtnRtlOnssomo o V them full inevitably into violation of some ulatind The business of conduct the trnllic of the country 18 spenor mous find so coniilicatOl that it s simply impossible fir railroads to obey tho laws reiulaljrijj charges scpnnitcly nth independently innI Lit ad as con necting lines and tho establish ment of joint end uniform rates oftraihetThis combination to make joint and uniform rates tugs held by the courts to bo in vjolalfon of the Sherman antitrust act some ten years Jhat ruling never has beenchanged though every possi bin effort lies byn made to soften it Now it is rcco nixod that lime thing to do jsto change tho Sheri mat law itself Thesubjectcomcat up freshly in the Southern statos1 there the milrouds arc fcuffclhKindst from losS bfcarning an finatfcialwea- knessnnd tyhoroth atatc comm1S j enforcertr ana t1 V lawFztintination Inditions Inv thefS U crh railray has omplelcly con ri ed time intCrstale commis siori that C1AOoniy salvation df time ruilrbaSs is the qwer to mojcc joijjC jutes vntWiSuporvJsion A stroryr c orbilCcnJa e to give them this power ttll nnoxt sos sion of cotmrcss s ijf A ifi Brains and BeautyM- isses Fdl y Long IJazc Green mill ettjr iCoo tK t f l trf IJI jiounjr ladies In this community VStV wno will compare with any coilplo from center to circum fctonco of this grand old tronmttlon wealth left Wednesday to attend the Blue Grass faicnt Lexington after which they will jsl el jl tues and friends tJrr1nkort iin Franklin county r They go asa bachelor team without chaperone dollarsto dou4hnuts tlI1tJhlI uurdi ng1ng o Kentucky will protect rcrnnmont iujht word and deed nil 111 Simply becaujo they arc not sifted in gossip nor do they sanction slander How dif ferent from time frivolous flirt that occasionally bobs up Btutto their credit be it said ijirls are endowed with both b1in beauty Hazel Green Herald MgT is Rev J H Flinchum accompanied by his wife filled his appointment It Rose Bend church in Wolfe county Sunday Mr and Mrs John Ca hman cnteitiincd at their home Sunday Those fortunate enough to bo pre sent were Mr and Mrs DurNel of Dayton Ohio Mr and Mrs Tomlin family and Miss Edna Williams They nil report a day very delightfully spent Algin Derickson limo a business trip to Holly Sunday Tho Sunday school convention held at this place the seventeenth was quite n success BrO Sum timers of Jackson delivered avert interesting address in the afternoon In the evening the subjett Childwas very ably discussed interesting Derlhick and Flinclium i JT Our school is progressing nidely under the management of Miss Edna Williams her enrollment isincreasingpupils r iII t p lJucUlcn8 Arnica Suit iYDlri Tom Moore of Hural1tustI Joshsore ran On iVrlleir o u come on the Inelop of mgt rft and could find nothing that You I heal it until applied Uuckletl ArrfJ a Salve Lose than half of a 25 cenf 1 olJ wn the day for mo by affeotlnjif perfect cure t SoIl WrooInJr rountee at juau thing of Tric harp onHnddlxrotoJenrs 0 JromJ h l p r- rJ i FRIDAY SEP11 H f1 1 IT RINGS TRUE THROUGHOUT NN J UThe belt show that ever struck Chicago Cblctzo Journal r Nothing In the world of Tented- Amusemeats la Its equal N Y World Cowboyt WIld West Girl Vaqueros Senorita Gturdial Runlet Men and Women Sharpshooter Chain ptoni of the Lariat Rough Ridert Line RUen Range RUen Pony Express Veteran TrappersHunters and Old Tuners of the s Wndernew EiFloren BuU Fighters Steer J Throwen and Steer I Tien Hone Wrangten BuOalet Lpnghorned BuckingUronchoandMustangs J Cowponei PilntponitJ ccuiIInecowcanip and range reproduce j 41 Inj the Sports Frolics Games RoundupsGaUantries Hard I thifjJera Qombau Adren Jose iraprpvinjr Miss Li11yRose of Airs Mamie Mss Bessie friend Miss Chl1rleyRosc is great adjustment fund UGilLS MOST IN v THE AND COM l JconlIdatioD of the two 101 Ranch one ofwhich proved the trium phant feature of the Jamestown and th POSED OKLAr FMIIIE fg IaiDlife and of Imitation other for two monthSOth legitimate conceded l AMUSEMENT SENSATION rL i JOF NEW CITY4c lr15cRomantic nror their Eves Everything aTenderfoatlbrrdlrf Campfire and Coffncit making their tint acquaintance with Paleface Chain s x tohitldNlttl and Paint and exhibiting their War Dancei and other Weird i Y t i Honrmantlup Bow and Arrow Skill Methods of Hunting Trailing Tra IttY f yExubenntWutero moTement F k RnC WithwtSrcusrVaudmllcorThaakadjunectaor rat rsrC c g a LTJ W I I llJ1 H J IJ Fcr sl your opinion of our TjiierpAe IT youerrnot when we rUe J the rincyil thoroughfares in the morningaJt 2 PMTWO DAILY PERFORMANCES RAIN OR SHINE8 PIM Ponopcn an hour earl crfor FREE and welcome of our Indian and Coboxy Encampment rSUlle Itkctt oownl the grounds con out1rom 9a m to g p m I ADMISSION 50c CHILDREN 25c 4IIt TRose Fork MISS of tear Lee been FCry sick but is Lee City isitedhef sister Ronald at Saturday and Sunday Rose visited her H Arnett at the ball jamc College making progress with its H lANCN WORLD Shows National I1rnnaitlon which will enable it to an for people somewhere in the central part of the State A Grand Family Medicine hIt Rives me pleasure to speak a goad word fir Hlfiotflo Hitters writes Mr Prank Ooulnn if No 436 Houston St New York Its n grand family medt cnu fOr and complicl lfm while for Tame back ind weak kulneyK It cannot be too highly reom moutlltJtEleclrlc Hitters reulnte thrt lUettlm fuiMttona purify the bl cad and impart renewed vigor und vitality to the weak and debllituted of hnth sties Sold Under guarantee at J ivksnii DriiR store Lea SOLELY OF Bf HOMAS era border of IU original kind scope by very IInature and source Impossible dupli cation or 1and YORK turdand except Atojutrementi 4it icquatntof Insptttion Grand Vddio Daysboro Mury Beroa X FAMOUS establish institution cplorcd dyspepsia liver rte r r D L ALLEN i JEWELER 1 MAIN ST OPP POSTOFF1CE has for sale a nice line ofIWATCHES EMBLEM PINS I EYE GLASSES SPECTACLES and nil kinds of JewelryrREPAIRING A SPECIALTY 1 Prices Reasonable Please call and examine 51lv 9 I Drink Wdinscotts Pop Ii Old Sore Cut Be Burn Antiseptic oj ft Cures the Old Sores that Relieves Lhe Pain i 1 other remedies wont cure of a Burn instantly A New Discovery I f1 byDr Porter an Old Railroad Surgeon r tt iI We have made arrangement with the majority of the local Druggist byCr s 2Sc packages free which they will gIveaway free limited number of regular 5 ceut of Dr Porters Antiseptic Heating Oil at a tneanr of Introducing the whoahave Inday never used 16 To be tore of ccttinz a tree temple kaleJiThe PARIS MEDICINE COMPANY t13230 Pine SU SL Louis Mo manufacturers of LAXATIVE BROMO QUININU and other standard preparations have a new discovery that far surpasses anything ever placed on the market forrold sores cuts burns and all wounds When Marconi stated that he could send messages across the ocean without a wire or cable the world did not believetit if we were to tell you that Dr Porters Antiseptic Healingswill cure old chronic sores which other remedies have failed to cure and will absolutely relieve the pain of a burn inilaat t yoeMthatr ll We Mean It I It is needed Iri every home When any of the family are severely burned or cut you iavent time to send for a S remedy but you need it at once therefore do not delay to send to your Druggist for a regular 25c package IREE OP tlm COST We give it free in this way because we know that when one family tries it they will recommend it to other fam r Ices and thus introduce it Send for a free package and convince yourself that n wonderful Tprogicss along the line of Inew discoveries has been made in the manufacture of this preparation rf f ABhrnst s I Running sores Boils Scald Head Sore Throat Skin Diseases Ulcers Sldevet Sores Carlmacle Scalp Diseases Tiroat roublesBites Stfngs wound yr- Tho W tit following dealers in Jackson hard ie ffoods in stock for frco distribution 4r C sirvi iVRTTrino jrr RISUAWCBf PRIja I f G rs JJ s 41 fr 1f fr Jr yt LD- Gz 5zass- Ii v and TAX SWANGOi nrhCKSOX 11 52 sasssa2sf g IIIIItl1NNnnnfhIIIIII11tWJlUINIIIIInflPtMI ATTORNEY AT LAW OFFICE IN HURST ItlG Sc s EJAClSON ICY fi- iiJiliiiiiiiiiiiinHiiniiiumniiiiiiJiiiiiB 3 3csaai aata3E3C3ED ri Dn II P DUFFiB PHYSIOIAX AND SURGE N K R orrio OVKU BBLIANCB DKUQ I roitM JACMOIT = JIJNotice to Candidates I Announcements of candidates for office will be charged for as follows For a District 0111cc1000- For a County Office 500 Except a complimentary notice given each candidate at the time Announces all communication J will be charged ts per line Such com 111 be treatedn tter forI- RSUme ers sue c sing ANNOUNCEMENTS COMMONWEALTHS AWl Wo are authorized to announce A lL STAMPER- of Campton as a candidate for Commonwealths Attorney of this the 23d judicial district subject to tho action of the Democratic pforty Election Nov 3 1908 FOR COUNTY CLERK I take this means of announcing myself as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Brcathitt County subject to the action of the Democratic party If elected I shall regardless of party affiliations be your most obedient ser vant ALFRED RUSSELL To the 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 FOR SHERIFF Wo are authorized to announce ROBERT Dl TON of CrocfatUrille as a candidate for Sheriff of Breathitt county subject to the action of tho Demo cratic party ti FOR JAILER 1 We are authorized to announce WESLEY TURNER JR as candidate for Jailer of Breath itt county subject to the action of tho Democratic party We are authorized to announce MIKE ROBINSON Its a candidate for juiler of Breath ut county subject to the action of the Republican party S t We are authorized to announce + 1 J II HUDSON t as a candidate forTsiler of Breath ittcounty subject to the action of iI the Democratic party H Woftre authorized to announce ic 1t Gv B MALONEY as a candidAtqfor Jailer of Breath R itt county to the action oft the Republican virty tvc ttir OFT+ announcelov A + i Superintendent of Schools ofN Brcathitt county subject to the Action of the Dtxocratio party 1t H H I HfHwi H H r J t t a fnsz1eJ t o INCORPORATED + r r JACKSON KENTUCKY S This institute will open on Septeimr her 1st 1908 and continue Thirtyi weeks All Departments will be continued so far as needed and opportunity will be given advanced pupils to take the accredited course for admission to college Give us your support Stand by your home school and help us build it up For terms and all other information apply to C A LEONARD Principal Jackson Kentucky iF iitbpoto aat= t oyit oo ololt WOLFE COUNTY Campton Hon John W Lmigley and wife spent last Saturday night and Sun d ijr lore Tho town Board of Trustees are having considerable work done on the streets of Campton II C Myers of The Russell Company of Louisville was hero last Tuesday looking after legal business Miss Laura Hollpn of Simpson is spending this week at the hone of her brother 1 R Hollon of this place- J B Iloing of Lexington one f the State Geologicial Surveyors is making Campton his headquarters this week rr J D Carroll of Rogers one of Wolfe county best citizens was here this week looking after the interests of the WmBoothe estate of which he is administrator TIm following parties registered at the Central 1Joteljllonday E n ATonn f nJj J S llittenhouse Hazel Green i1S P Burnam Richmond Ky Mr and Mrs Sam Kash of Ha zel Green came to out tpwn last Sunday morning Mr + Ivnsh returned homo that evening leaving his wife to spend a few days with relatives of this place R T Tutt who left this section about four years ago to become t soldier has returned in good health and has many interesting experiences to relate Mr Tutt while in Uncle Sums employ visited the Phillippines Japan China Australia and many other points of interest Tho Wolfe County Sunday School Convention was held at tho Stillwater Bridge last Sunday Among others who attended from hero were Mr and Mrs Sam J Elkins A R Marshall S G Sample and E T Rose The ex ercises of tho day were very good from a Sunday School standpoint and at the noon hour a sumptu ous and bountiful dinner was spread upon the ground Lost Creek Wick Deaton was in Jackson this week on business G E Drushal made a business trip to Jackson this week Misses Bessie Land rum and Louvcrin Campbell of this place are visiting Mrs Mnletlm Lan drum of Stevenson this week I Miss Ethic Hyden of Levi Ows toy county is visiting Mrs E P I Ltndrum I Wiley Strong and son have hot n visiting tho family of W Ch I Strong of this place James Landrum went to Jack son this week for goods for E P Landrum of this place Mrs Uriah H den of Levi Owsley county was visiting Mr and Mrs E P Landrum last week E P Landrunl is building Ii dwelling at the mouth of Lost creek James and Richard Bow ling have tho contract w Mrs Polly Campbell died atlicr home on TroublesomeeroekSAug ust25 1008 She had been bfirid 14 or 15 years She said she ras prcparedto go V Ned It 7i Neace jdn the car1ient1 r- tradeinthlaviddiuity Hno pravilcrtttnlnndtarfce- II and J JI + nihs III cott lc it t s0thouseday August3Os t 4 i OltoiinHtune of getting his hand fvery badly hurt with a stone while working on the public roTid 112 is improving The members of the Mountain t Association met according to their order with NewBethlehem tocelt ebrate tho liftiethannKcrsarytof carriedtout Tho funerals of W T and Granville McIntosh will be conducted the first Saturday and Sun McIntoshia of tho Barge on Troublesome by John II Combs S II Combs and Calloway Cooper Come one come allIi I will meet the wool growers at the depot Jackson Ky the sec ond Saturday in September Will receive their wool from 10 oclock a in till 2 p m to ship to Phoe nix Woolen Mills Lexington Ky This will be the only shipment 1 will make this season Yours trulyI II S CIIAVMAX B N Spradling has rented his Bakery to Trent Company and they will continue to run the Bakery and also a restaurant TRENT COMPANY FELL TERM or Riverside Institute 0 OPENS TUESDAY SEPT 1 0 Beautiful Location Competent Firstcloss InstVucU- oilSpecial Tuition Rate by the Year CALL ON OH ADDRESS tit RIVERSIDE INSTITUTESAM SUIT L0S1 CREEK KY- Y Y r r icksand We atte edsen ices at the mouth of Hlpumhell Branch last Sundays w t was conducted by Brethren C per 11alters Davis and Pugh There was 6 large crowd and o bStortllf prevailed ThoiSamo good Brethren will conduct services at the rifcjuth of Qticksa d Saturday and Sunday 29 and 30 hist Services will be held nt the chool House near the mouth of Qfaicksand on Saturday nndjattho family graveyard near Miles lcks ou Sunday Tho following program will be ctrrtedoutatlhe school house in- DistrictNo 18 on Friday August 28 JfScntlltionor Fhig to tho sclioo 1ytle Juniors of Rhoda May Council No 1G4 of Jackson Ivy al80 p in Dedication of flag by the pupi of the school The Value of Improvciroit Long ues by Prof Le02 arilof S P Lees Collegiate Institute Tho Needs of District Libraries Nov Paul Dorthick and South Strong Tho Bible in the Rural School Rev Zil Edge Tho Rural School of to day lion T T Copo S6ng composed by tho school and to bo sunS by tho Pri departments Kentucky is our BlucGrass state Kentucky Kentucky Tho blue grass grows so tall ami straightKentucky Kentucky Therefore dont ou see like blue i7lssbludcs are we And true us blue tveIlall stick Keritucki Kcntucky- Wo th ink oWschoSr bcrtUall the rest t Kentucky Kentucky I thiIbestYsKentucky Kentucky But there is much wcjfnGcdvbo r forewo can succceiir i Jnds our ong lease help ifs pr vrpv r KentuckyiThe moiijtltainsare tho best thing in ji s 1 r I ucky Kentucky The run schools are bourtdUo winI iVY r 1 kyKentuck- yP Mol Ir donlyR A g6OTfeir sum of money rom Ke t fvKentuckyKcittuckyv Kentucky iWc think she Is so grand and If great A ji Jientuchy eat ley And now befpr fwe gpjWeH sing toyou olio Hurrah hurrah hurrah lyirrahl For Kentucky Kehtucjcy Ico cream and other hints sowftlfn 430 p especially invite nil brother Tfa for to COllie nnj take part in these exercises s t ifr TheDeatli Roll Edith tioldestehild of ProC George ndLUcinda Clarkwas born August the Srtl 1H09 and dicd at home after an illness of 28 days of typhoid fever August 21st 1908 age 0 years and 18 days Sho was converted in the Revival conducted byf Brother Carter joined the Methodist church and walbaptixeS by tho Pastor She was reared in a good Christian home The consecration of her parents led to her early conver sion She was u ray of sunshine in her home always happy and cheerful aridreffdy to perform a task or amuse or play with the children She was indeed a little mother UUing care of her little brother She was perftcly devoted to Ijcr parents and dearly loved her homo She was bright danhad SJjiSHiy disposition She was a favorite it Sunday school ai d- wah ev cryjody Site was u sweet little Christian proving by word and deed tjiat she belonged to ih + LordjaShe was the most patient sut1eerei yo ever snit ndall through I er st she displayed truechr an fortitude Without 11 fears isked the Lord to take- her horn nd folding her hans her taco Tladiant with heavenly lightf doled her eyes on this world jiml was born on angel pinions in tho presence of tho King to befhold him in His beauty and to be tt omrr She VI1 Q o1 abright in isweet att ral for us watchj3 Ir a tr V 7 and with rand aspiration for the futuVonntKwhat wo hoped JtlitccomplishWoWctC up so soon Vat wc ilinow God does for u Syhat is best and with trust in Him wo look away wewilltvhyhUewe kneel and whisper through out tors a prltV IrOI hip and knowIlo hears nt There was an angel bund in leaven That was not juitu complete So God took our darling Edith To fill the vacant scat- IJindman1 Bcrea College opens September JO and has something good for- Cer student Collegiate Aca demic Normal Industrial Model Schools Music and Business de partments You will never forgive yourself if you miss the chance of knowing Hcroas teach ers and students and improving tho talents that tire undeveloped within you ElUCatiOfispossible for all resolute young people at I Horea and the time to start in ft r education is now For inforiuu tion and friend 1mhico address Will C Gamble Berra ICy Fresh Cakes and Candies at Haddixs fUT GLASS and WEDDING SILVER Articles of beauty and usefulness combined 75c to 5 and upward unuAwu QUALITY LOW IUlfUS Nelnzr J= WELEIR- Main St opp Phoenix LEXINGTON KY r REMOVAL ti moved McCormick 1epten Junction whore I my business of pith MonumentsAND An one nh in ntlMcCormickmonthly visits to Jackson and hope all my friends will save their orders for me I I MISKELl Wfi Henderson n 1 Ayres Street Opp Inn Ofllse LEXINGTON KY DEALER IN Grain Seeds Feed I Wheat Rye Barley Oats and 0 n I Clover Timothy Millet KtntucVj Blue Grass Orchard Grass Hay Straw HungarianI R T UOSB s U SAMlLK ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and Councelors at Law CAMVION ICY This firm will practice in all the courts of Wolfe and adjacent counj tics Special attention to nation Law and Real E tats Lit gation Offices Second Floor Farmers Traders Bank f BoWou Write OUR business letters with a pen Uptodate business cor rcspohdencodeinandsa typewriter The best machine tobo had can bo T I + nscd forblutd0cents a day tY tars rlY r y- w j v r M L I jl 0tio j I 0r cnp 0 r- rL1 r r1 1rJ E o J- c a f n C C71 0 r- J en t + c UM- r UJ J fI f u ha O 0 4 Q u0 Q Z so COUJ 0o Z Q L1 0UJ AL t uj Q E UH cf 0 Q o Q Um oJo u UJ ira ac rrrtiT Q 13 f ao ooUJ f- UJ t 4 = 1r f 0fQ = cc Q VX 1 UJ tn W QJ 1 3 3 UH W bD c 0Q f sC A OQI 1tn O o 0C s U fcQE i 0 U en n 1co i en j Q c ft ccr JQ ftt t v oru t o Y r oJ1 1 it 1 t s t- f s 4 l a r- f pr ICI v 0 r ffiiir Breathitt rtewi oJI J WISE TUG INS Kniton CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAR1 IulillHlitiil Bury IVlduy I r Mo IiW II IlLANTON 7 r T nt1 tl ijtnil- t r JWISP IIAtllNS rte Blanton Hovering Hag in iA- TTonfJ F r1rA- i Ofllrelfl 4 tlouto Lckwn Ky t tl rn nil tho courts of tin i tfmonwcalth Litigation con- S alJni Jam title u specialty i ttons promptly Inttdo and 1+ r PVmlltl remitted Real cstiit I bought and sold P tJ1 Govcdon of Cancj v here on business Mondiiyjt 4- wto r 13prry1urnePnttondcdchurcis nt Crockctlsville Sunday DMCoro is building a cot nl1hinglavenue I ntJlolS IFIsMotlio Stidham attended I chuichgwrackettsillo Sunday Iffa j iarptI strcet to tu fjfJI IX house on Main ta Midi I rticnt II onSterling ia I tlllt friends hero this weeks JFv Jitmes LtrillIS more ivas- t1 t yiturfev Jones hadnoyoJ ipto tho to tD Et t Miiin Sr jH ytlCI tcdj f by Green IlaiMixt = t i4 T Ironcbhnt the nrm lhrdt atlas nt 11n m nnd it p I I 1 1- g Yclcorlle IOtll iItlinu G Green 7 anything you need in Groofs Kruils und Pegslltbtrs 5 J l llsa1JliThompson who hlisi at bWn seriously ill for the past two y a neks U iintTroving nipidly t criJJJVI pastor of tho rJ rltmatitist Churul ll Il 1 Is spdmiinc tho vet l svFtIl Uey Z J EdgCv a 1gjrl4 of Utibblnv has fit dman t Y l 1 tif t fticho lintt eelitnnd ciupJLd1 A d very pleasant trjp+ T 100J gai frio If on MtJ fork in tho vicinity near Crock tiiliilIe the first of this welkI Mrs HettioMcCiuiro of fuulI bee sent to Ihis oflfco a cucumber grown in hor garden near Tatilbcc t which measured 15 1 inches long y and 121 inches in circumference Elder J JX Hunter organ i cd n Ir O Uf AM council at Uoosovclt known as Mountaineer Council No 72 Monday niuhtI with 20 charter members J 1I Dillon was chosen councilor and Ed Denton secretary v Lees Collegiate Institute iIII open next Tuesday morning Sop timber 1 at9 oclock Tho patrons nnd other friends of tho school are invitrd to bo present Tho open lug exercises will consist of music and a few short addresses before tho organization classes Great improvements are in prog roux nt Heron Lincoln Hall is now heated I y steam and its walls have been iclinishcd thruout Tho Hoarding department has been thoroughly renovated The now hospital will bo ready for use in the full Tho Hotel Block is nearing completion More than sixty teachers arc now engaged in the various departments DrCl Peyton Dentist Jackson Ky Has given relief to many hun dreds of people and convinced them his methods lire not only satisfactory hilt reasonable in price My experience enables me to put up a vony high class of work Eight years experience enables 3r jno to strictly guarantee my work x oprico to nil Bkk Gold CrownsL00B- es t Teetlm HO- OFillings 50c and 75c 5ve Extracting 25c Oflico entrance IvtVo s Hall on Broadway between iqlbees F 10 store and Reliance Drug Co Marriage Licenses f The following marriage licenses if havoybecn issued since our last re ibrty Alablo of Jackson and l Miss CAHuiPQwrnan of Athol t tt 1- P Jlldp PC ifijftrg ildOp H J ftfar Stain- 1motLtvealth s At vr 5 torney Isr 1 Tho 23rd judicial convcntim met hero Tuesday Judge S 40 Tuulbco was elected temporary chairman and J Wio Hagins sec rotary and Ifr Hovermalo Si vi Sample iiiiuj jv r lto s K tant scerctnfietf t On motion of 011 J to following coltuntittees fciiipointeJ Ono mcnicRlccl 11f carpcciunttC gnu II 1TSttlIO clrnlr iatjl r fCotnmittcaion Resolutions 0 111 Plartlv of IlrcAtldttD A VVliacoi of EstilL 1Krrltoberts if Lee T P RbSoYbf Wotf Imd henry lt Noble oYlJrcalhitt v ComniiUco oHn Creddntinl llf W McGujje of ifrcathitt ViV 1 Samploj o JIenry Plutnmpr A 1itikh a The above is the likeness of our able and distinguished nominee for commonwealth attorney Ilq is n lawyer ofnbility and will bo sleeted this fall bnn overwhelm tig majority The people without Ionrd to politics who want to sin lime law enforced are going to cast their votes this fall for Stu1 per J Io will make our district n com lion wealth attorney that wo will Lee G T Center of Wolfe and Hugh Riddcll of Estill Committee on Organization J L Hngins of Brcntliitt J E Rid dell of Estill R A Lyon Jr of Lee A C Oliver of Wolfe and J R Sutton of Lee The committee on organization recommended that tho temporary organization bo minute permanent which wns adopted Tho committee on credentials re ported that there were no contests and that all tho delegates present were entitled to seats The committee on Resolutions reported the following which was adopted Tho Democrats of tho 23rd judi cirri district in convention assem bled congratulato tho people of the State and Nation on the splen did ticket named by the Denver convention and We approve and endorse tho declaration of princi tiles there adopted Vo pledge our support to time nominee of this convention to the Democratic nominee for Con gress in tho 10th Congressional district mind to theNational Dew ocratic ticket i llKNiiv H NOIIIB GhairnTan O II KOIIAUD D A WALLACE 10 1 K ItoiiKirrs W W McGuiuK c While waiting for the reports of the committees tho convention was entertained by many good Democratic speeches After tho report of tho committees nominations were declared xvsrdcr Judy J B White of Estill was pufAmQminntion for circuit Jud e b yxlt lrrendsec ended by Hu Mjjjddoll J K ftcrJOna X ik IP1 ono v r or I n dot J1o IW ncclanit IJill 1 tiff C hJ riCoaj1c t i N jfiit 1I JJ I 0nor tho Coricn + + Qrt 1 I ro a Jy tuts flOtu r r epos 57tAt toellrlleiLJ 1X erdietv v er l V v jthl1i ran atit11Jti uthltc trust tlsq- uLitiof toyllo nc oIa4 tL I del ofsacifty tii 4 J 1il Rnp fif and 1rilesccuuti hui o nQet nccttowiLu tiiJj i for IplitIq irpmfrti lie j qtr aim ceris amid princijilps to be pjli d in flteeon d of Ju li fljtJs 4 hik time legislative and excaitivo depart Hiiuiiin of otirs injii WJl ai fit IMJIII- titingiStrisclisuteitdgdtilotio nhtlifnpartialhdminhitrittion of the I jaws and there cab bo no political Jiiestfbns to ewer tho door which shqltVrs personalkHccirity and prV Jfir nokIiJ be proud of Ho is one of yicj ablest cririlinal lawyejs UJ 2 section of the country and is7 a i man that the people will lore to honor He as an orphan boy I has forged his vay to thd front ranks by his indomitable will sand courage Ho knows no such thin m as defeat Time moro the voters of the district see and know of him the larger his majority will lo this fall vato property Tho guarding of these rights for which government is established is time broad Iro wince of our courts Tho preservation of social order the protec tion of tho personal right of every member of society from violence tho restraint of tho reckless and vicious tho punishment of all who disregard tho sacredness of life tho redress in cases where property is wrongfully withheld or invaded the speedy trial of nil cases civil or crimiiiiil are matters for tho courts They speak their own importance which extends to the foundation of government itself and carry iNi application to the threshold of every citizen All mush look here for protection against wrong and oppression- If your action today should meet the approval of thooyou represent and I should bo cl osen to discharge for a time the du ics of this ollice it will bo my constant care and earnest endeavor to ut hold and enforce the law And it is n pleasing consideration for mo to have tho assurance of support by many friends who differ from mo in political opinion who have cX pressd their cenfiJence that justice would be my guile = Tho issue will bo finI1Isub mitted to you to your neighbors to the intelligent electorate of the district Much may rest on me as your candidate but far more will depend onyou To you I look for advice and support and to the good people of tlio counties and upon thisreliancc IJmvo con= lidoncp in the final result lIon A Howard Stamper of Wolfo was put in nomination torI commonwealths attorney by 1 Hollon seconded by delegates I from all thfl other counties Isis nomination jvaalso made by nc i rcUmntiohj t r 4 y7d GE HFV K + = 0 t00 tlnu just returnetCTom theE w d rJ les Ian offeIn- i4moI JI 0 i to GAINS i fio t 11 1 1 r J if cannpt be ifuplicated I t the p ice 7 h + ft t II hi11 st m S e i Ib lilntca come at oncer f 4 1 ti- r J t i vta 11 1iio JJ SELL TIfEMLOW r iAS THEY ARE BOUND TO GO e i r 1 tI iI t trr I I I 1 t 1 q BLAKFt v b v I + If I j e A 1 tQuality h M tt4NOT QUANTITY i tljtJ Vr yj r 6 bat Counts5s 4 t Y R Wv t tjJfi t Qbodsnot such an awful lott feffif bjiittwhai we have is v1fRESH AND GOODrWUtJt o hcoill t Jng yon nee in fiRUCCItIES R ltntn ytuf nt I l javo it tho tlt you call r1f lfbI ntojirstord t1Hti not crftetly satisf tory et 1wII1we= will cl etIlllIYrell a your mopey A 1 1 J ot Ja badquarters4or Coupry Produce i 1irt tJ gtIiiW Hive + tmn itbohf a C nXr J lt = aiyrionsr lt k to theR i11bortlrFe wIlhtllbd1 kin hilN r i 1t t xSPECI while theyi Overalls AT COST FPSOLb HAMILTON o t 16ts s 1Izi OJ Tho candidates crtiiio forwardc find in nppropriato ecchos accepted tlfojiommations and promised a nithdiJPororl anceof their datics when elected There was the latgeSit crowaer seen hero at a co centionaridthe jcnthusiasm was unbounded which presaged n glorious victory for Democracy in November p Among tile visiting delegates were the followiiig LeolCounty W F3Siitton P A Lyon Sr F A Lyon Jr J P Lyon Wm Goosey Henry Hrandcnburg G T Perkins A P Wilson Sum Combs Gardner Plummcr Muck Stidham J K Roberts Thomas Johnson John Johnson Joe Creech John Aoner I Curtis Lutes Pleas Plummer Sam Hill J M McDaniel Arch Snowden and D S Harris Estill CountyHugh Hiddell Elliott Uiddell J It White Jesse Lunsford K R Friend Hum Wages Wm Samples Greet Wilson D S Harris and D A Wallace Wolfo County S G Sample A Co Oliver 1 R IIoloi W S Putt A T Combs W C Smith II C Elkins David Hanks Jnmel N Rose Willie Huckhannan Johr Tester G H Stamjier J C Lin don C B Allen Floyd Arnett John D Rose J P Rose WB Duff 11 Dunn R L Carroll G T Center Isaac Hollon R LI Hollon J H Johnson Thos Spencer G W Johnson and W H Chambers o a 4 1 1 ii NOTICE I 1 = cUh = =31rAt it ON and after September 15 1008 Crawford Co afore of Jackson Ky will cunduct 1 thoiriiiercnutilo business on a strictly spot cash = t and produce plan only Ko doubt BOIIIO tummy r- takerr J exceptions to suchn radical change hut i Iuran tilelmt tolls mt we can servo n greater W1 of people to batter advantage and at a i lees coat than we can by tlmnriMlit s stow Cull mII and teat our now Wo firmly boliove you gypwilxbo entirely satisfied anti wo know to n cor tai dyshut vo can sell you goods cheaper than h edit concern cnn or wi undertake to do m h 11aZe totormiued from timia dote on that no t epee cl1ised Iiyn credit system shall be a tbn Mou upon out customers A cash system ot I otre established can do the honest people more t go Id than anycredit concern ever slid or over will Respectfully yours 11 a i4 i L J tI ti C iwfordOmtso a t y t- 1111 i r- 1 LS r ii t a1 Uie Largest CirculationOF ANY PAPER IN THIS SECTION 1 Yors 1 t iHlt THAR m ADVANOK 1mber 4b f thle ue 1 n Whctlier it i be1tcr tb keep your money in a drawer or safe and dole itout paymeWsof accounts nn bills or to bank it r j and pay ifr c1m llThero can be but one answer to this a bankj1IU1d cf l t r J ACCOUNT WITH US It will systematize your affairs teach you economy and o bring you Into contact with thobest people of the community i Three Per Cot Interest Paid on Time and vI Y t Savings Deposits v JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK J ACFvSON KENTUCKY rIIIJIsl7 t 4 K S I 1r t Cppljfotf and get ice from homo The Jackson + Electric Hydraulic Manufacturing Company F prepared to furnish you ico jcheape than youa cycr got it before t tklf EfH k TICKETS Ljr r AND SAVE MONEY to Y ri- GET AREFRIGERATORt o0t0 75c Dont forget to put lights iP your house Tlcc rr tricity cheap and gives tho best light ri500 j 4 4 3333 s E e JS4 iMIXED I m PAINTSt1 tAli Just received a full lineI1vi which we guarantee HIl 1 M rE=TII ti- J + G Will coYer more space last 4S1 longer and look better than i t any other paint made CallPrr 111 and see color cards and get t I 11 Per t w 1 Jackson Drug1l11l CojI t e ee Jt of The Southern Ry II OFFERS VERY LOW ROUND- TRIPHomeseekers 1A1itJ f Rates fll r t b r To Arkansas sl y dp1Y torr ti Indian Territory j4 1 iLouisiana x t Il Oklahftjpa Texas J Tickets on safe lie first and third Tues ri days of oaQvdnth ii App I i ny Southern Ry Agent lrfo Ifi D OK D P B or writ i P VENT Tle- l n t 1 nI LOVtiVfLLE KY 4I I t 1- t 0 J r 4 1 as t iI Jr Ai 5X r tXT l R i r F I r W r j I icJ V 1 1 S I ufPre tndlanapolls POEEPLY INTO SUBJEOF rIn HIs Address Before the Kern No tw tlftcatlon Meeting at Indlaflapolti 1 J Bryan Arraign the Re C JWlllilm PartS Attitude Toward 1 of TrutU and Demands That Competition Be Restored and That the Door of Opportunity Be Opened to the Butlnen Men and the Toilers of the Land Indianapolli Aug 261n hU prepared address before the Kern notlfi cation meeting this afternoon William J Bryan speaking on the subject of Trusta said- Nowhere does the Republican party show Its indifference to real reform more than in Its treatment of the trust I question Hero Is the Republican plAt- form The Republican party passed the Sherman antltrust law over Democrat 10 opposition and enforced It after Dem ocratlc dereliction It has been a d wholesome Instrument for good In the P hinds of a wise and fearless admin Istratlon But experience has shown thM Its effectiveness can be strength ned and Its real objects better at tamed by such amendments as will to the federal government greater supervision and control over and se euro greater publicity in the management of that class of corporations en 2gaged In Interstate commerce having power and opportunity to affect mon opolies The Sherman antitrust law was passed eighteen years ago It has a criminal clause which provides a pen Iitentlary punishment for those who conspire together In restraint of trade Ever since the enactment of the law jwlth the exception of four yonri the Republican party has controlled the executive department of the govern ment and during two years of the four It controlled tho house of repre sentatives Instead of Democratic der suction the Demoqrntlc party has been urging year after year tho strict en forcemeat of thai law and the Repub lican party has been explaining year after year why it was impossible to force It Instead of being a whole me Instruuientfor good It has been most useless so far as the protection the public Is concerned for the i have grown In number in 1 and InrrogaEc attho very 7at4 tlt1oii of 1900 and a c t telepublican said In a speech I Iaftei that It might have prevent tbUepublican victory if It had been pk tiled before the election r The Republican platform says that rflperlence has shown that the effect the antitrust law could strengthened by amendments will give the federal government great er supervision and control over and greater publicity as to the manage- ment1 of tboselritorstoto commerce cor porations which have the power and ThatIno outlining of a plan for more effect lye legislation simply a general statement that promises nothing In particu lar And Mr Tarts speech of accept pintformcomprebendIng i speechtortrusts have been doing or for evidence of zeal In their prosecution He has for several years been the Intimate official companion of the president but ho has caught none of the fire which the president manifested in his mes sage of last January- If in the presence of an aroused pea pie and In the heat of a campaign the Republican party conteuts itself with a colorless platform on this sub ject what can we expect IB the way of activity when the exigencies of the campaign are passed T If when Mr Taft Is appealing to the Roosevelt republicans his discussion of the subject Is so lifeless and his manner so apologetic and apathetic what rea son have we to expect either vigor In the enforcement of the law or earnest ness in the search for additional rem edies Now let me contrast the DemoI cratic platform with the Republican I platform Nowhere is tho difference in tho temper of the parties more noIticeable nowhere is tho difference In the method of dealing with questionstmore manifest Our says Indefenslble z vor the vigorous enforcement ofi criminal la against such additionalII I legislation as may bo necessary totmake it impossible for a private mo o nopoly to e 1st In the United Statest t Among tho additional Iocclfy three First a law Preventh a duplication of directors S2 1Ic corporations second icom pet Itn which will without license syneach stats to 41Jiqfr Its right tort tlOflBcreate tlItonll segulate as t 4- I doing business within ItS- It 1m nocOSarY for a manufactmior t 4 vtakeout a fedural u a X license before ittto control as m dealsI centotthpublic from w wl1tercdatock and to lrohan l trol tiiubb total amount ot any ftheO perCent Ao n tho United en4i1At aolnm I 4 ij i z- L 4 r 1 111 a law comp rnna v rporntlona to soil to rll frY ill parts of the coun fl saue terms after making allowance for cost of trans porta 1 oi 1 Here ta a plain candid statement of lie partys positions There Is no quibbling j no evasion no ambiguity A private mouol1dly Is Indefensible and intolerAble It Is bndboo In prlncl pie and bad In practice No apology can be offered for It and no people should endure 1t Our partys position Ii entirely In harmony with the postB tlon of Jefferson With a knowledge of human nature which few men have and none surpassed md with extraordlnaryforeslghtLh expr ssed unalterable opposition t er1 O of private monopoly T1IWI nu 1 M history will find tiat upoitI subject as uponbther subjects ofjfcbvorn ment tho great founder of cratlc party took his position upon the side of the whole people nndSgalnst those seek to mako a private use of government or strive to secure special privileges at the expense of the public I have in discussing the tariff qncs tton presented one of our remedies namely the removal of the tariff from imports which compote with trustmudo goods This we believe would greatly lessen the extortion practiced by the trusts and bring about the dissolu lion of many monopolistic combines Dut wo are not satisfied merely with the lessening of extortion or with the dissolution of some ot the trusts Our platform does not topwith the enforcement of the law it demands the enactment of such additional legist latlon as may be necessary to make it impossible for a private monoply to exist In the United State Tho Democratic party does not ot- ttent Itself with IS definition of thi wrong or with a denunciation of It U proceeds to outline remedies The first Is a law preventing a duplication of directors among competing corporations No one can object to thU remedy unless he Is in sympathy with the trusts rather than with the people who aro victimized by the trusts There lit no ensler way of stifling com petition than to innkf pie board of dl rectors serve for R number nf C petlng corporations It U not ueoe IBarf for corporations to enter into an agreement for the restraint of trade If the corporations can without rio biting the law reach the same end by electing the same directors The second remedy Is one which J desire to dwell At gome length We believe It to be a simple coii pletp and easily enforced remedy As stated In the platform It Is A license system which will without abridging the right of each qtnte to create corporations or its right to regulate as It will foreign corpora tlons doing business within Its limits mako It necessary for a manufacturing or trading corporation engaged in In terstato commerce to take out a fed oral license before it shall be permit 1 ted to control as much as 25 per cent I Ilicenseoredistookaid to proIjIIIQU11I ul 7- pffIf consumed Inthe United I State I In proposing the exercise of this power the Democrat platform Is not asserting a new doctrine In January 1896 a Republican house of tatlves adopted a r solutfont 1Ung Hon Judson Harmon then attor JkIn Ohio to report what steps If any had been taken to enforce the law of the United States against trusts com blnntlons and conspiracies In restraint of trade and commerce and what further legislation was In his opinion needed to protect the people against the same On the 8th day of February he submitted a reply In which he described the steps which were being taken to enforce the law and recommended the enactment of further leg station I call special attention to the following words Congress may make It unlawful to ship from one state to another In car rylng out or attempting to carry out the designs of such state organlza tlons articles produced owned or controlled by them or any of their mem bers or agents His recommendation embodies the very idea which our plan now proposes to carry out We want to make It unlawful for a corporation to use the Instrumentalities of Interstate commerce for the carrying out of n monopolistic purpose Surely no party can con slsteutly claim to be opposed to prl vate monopolies which will permit the interstate railroads to bo used to carryout tho designs of a monopoly or which will permit the interstate tele graph lines to be used to Increase the power of a private monopoly or to mako the case stronger no party can consistently claim to be opposed to the trusts which will allow the malls of the United States to beused by the trusts as an agency for the extermlna tlon of competition Congress has already exercised this power to exter mlnate lotteries Why not exercise It nd 2S per cent has been fixed arbt as the proportion at which the line should be drawn A corporatioqt which controls loss than of the product in which it deals mayIextraordinary cases exert a Influence In controlling the pricetf the product and the terms of ut as ajrule a corporation must con roi more than that percentage of the product before It can exert a- hurUullnfluence on trade Under this plan the small corporations aro left entirely free and unhampered This Is ot a discrimination against the larger corporation but a recognition of tho fact that rules are necessary In tho case of corporations controlling a large percentage of the product which are not necessary In the case of smaller t Corporations Probably not 1 pot cent In le corporations engaged In iiiter In tacmnleo would be required to akeba license under this plan possibly tJOO 7vAalf of 1 percent li and yet wb Ion the remain tI ug 99 per cen 1ou the law requiring a itceusO IntC1S0 Of the ones I It1 Thahpeet wQU t flrB 1 vaj 9 III r- pF I oj b J bL 1I1 t lO oe rtrQVll 11I enid It would lIrm tr11g 111cm under tile eye of the fwJeral govern mont and compel them to deal with the public In such a way as to afford tho public tho protection necessary One of the is that such licenced corporations be compelled to sell to all purchasers in nil parts of the counhyVon the samo terms after making dub allowance for cost of transportation Mr raft attacks this restriction as utterly impracticable lIe 8ays If it can be- I3oWn that In order to drive out com petition a corporation owning a largo part of the plant producing an article s soiling In one part of the country where It has competitors aia low and runproflltable price and in another part tot the country where It has none al- an exorbitant price this Is evidence that It attempting an unlawful mon opoly and justifies conviction under the antitrust law No one proposes to Interfere with production on a large s aleNo one objects to production on a scale sum clently large tq enable the producer to Utilize byproducts and tithe ucjvuntngo or all the economies that Urge uroduQ tlon makes possible It Is just how that the trust magnates attempt to oonfiUQ the public mind and Mr Taft has unconsciously adopted their tan guageLet the Issue bo made plain let the distinction be accurately drawn let the respective position of tho parties be fully understood The Democratic party does not oppose all corporations- on tho contrary It recognizes that the Corporation can render nn Important netvlce to the public Tho Democratic party wants 0 employ every Instru 1 mentality that can be employed for t the Advancement of the common good taut tho Democratic party 4raws the line at the urlvatg monopoly in4cle clares that a pdvpte itnopQy cnipipt be Jiistlllcd oq either economic of pol itical ground rrOU RII eqonomictafl4POJflt n me nopoly is ubjetipnlIe The niotileqt a corporation lIeourllI n iirHctlCr ho nopoly in the production or sale of any article certain evils appear which outweigh any good that can come from large production or control Wherever private monopolies exist certain Irre bljtlVile fpn encles manifest them selves First H rUP PrGcy tha I the first thing thought of for the In crtaelns of proflts Then In ijronorr lion slt become thp Quly purchaser of the raw material It reduce th 1price of the raw material and the Jtro ducer of that raw material having no pthor accept the price mnrkettmust offered too the profits of the corporation aru IIlnreei Third a reduction In the qua or lht product affords an opportunltyfof In Creasing profits Fourth reduction Jn wages opyvB Fherorer conditions will Ii iurmit 4 3Imo busiIcasmflUl 9f the Ealintri have felt Ol lhlret hitsbejeunipeik 10efH lee Into contrabIi ikvhDltr tct Iii i own ia ij foufldtteWJr IIiviiicei tluQttfltereare no good1iete and that lila only karot l ttbocratic plan which lays the axe root of the tree The traveling men naturily 11 especial interest In tho trust question because the more complete the mODliP oly secured by H corporation the lets are needed We Wriye no inufti Intelligent class than the representa i lives of commerce and their retirement Irom the road would mean a serious loss to the country whllea few promoters would be the rsons benefited they gaining by thecapllal1- Izato 1 of the sslgrlesf aavcd bjr the elimination of compcUtlun The Democratic party is tho defgn ler of competition and the only great party which Is seeking to restoro coma petition Mr Taft has In the discus zion of this question Cmployetj harsh words Instead of argument 1ho word socialistic Is hurled at the Democrat- Ic party and the Democratic platform Now as a matter of fact it Is Mr Tftftp party and not the Democratic party which has given encouragement to make private monopolies Impossi bleA trust can best bo defined as a cor poratlon which controls so large a proportion of the total quantity of any ar tide used Ir this country ns to be able to regulate the price and terms of sale nnd as the proportion controlled deter mines the power of the trust for harm It has seemed best to use Proportionate control se the basis of this plan to socialism While professing to abhor socialism the Republican party I has gone halt way toward socialism in endorsing Its fundamental principle The socialist bases his contention on the theory that competition Is bad that an economic advance Is to lound In monopoly The socialist however wants the public to have the ben efit of the monopoly and therefore favors government ownership and operation of all the means of production and distribution The Republican party has gone almost as far as the Socialist party in the economic defense of the monopoly1 ut It penults the benefits of monopoly o bo enjoyed by a comparatively few who have secured a dominant In j fluenco In government I beg to call Tafts attention to the fact that ho Republican party has stimulated j the growth of socialism in two ways First by the endorsement that it has j given to the theory that trusts area natural aid necessary outgrowth of our economic conditions and second I by permitting tho development abuses which have boon charged against individualism If he will ex amine the vote published In the WorldI Almanac ho will find that in 1900 the Republicans polled 7208244 Votes and- hat the Socialists poljea1 but 85991 I the same almanac he wlltflqd that 1904 the Republicans cflst7G25lS9 votes and the Socialists 402286 Notwithstanding the tact that the RepubI cans have boasted of their last na onul victory their party polled butI 417000 more votes that year than ur years before This scarcely more an covered the natural pibcreue ie Riuldlcan i rtion otitbejpopjjTa t iv wTJI dr rr tI It JI y1 1 l p tton while tile iyI wt more than 3QOoT Ct and the increase In votes wa t I1S great as the Increase In flJbllCan votes Tho Republican 14drs have boon In the habit otpne t thdSoClal1 lilts while blindly ii eat to causes that have cViISd to tt growth of socfatr ir l nloct1fp recognize thntil kl are honestly seeking a rrnily r the known abuses all ttd tJe rotary Taft j Democrats dissent tftnt tho remedy proposed by the sc lIsts believing that Socialists are ini taken and that the Democratic rtraejl better but It fo t C f LtalnedUlatlon whlchw r move tIme abuses which have been allowed to fasten themselves upon the Country fhoI Democratic party believing In Individ uallsm addresses Itself earnestly to these abuses and Instijad of ridiculing j and mallgnlq2tha Socialists lnVlteSf them nil It ltiubhIcamIs amino tile I ntoeVntlo platform and tile rUlllCUlca iiisi1il therein It submits j Its plant tothe7nne8t citizenship of time country wlthb t regard to seeIr tlon or In my notification speech I caned at x l tentlon to three dmnuil made by our party It asks nra that the govern 1ofcampalBn guilds that time repreeutaitlvespledged to guard thr Jnterests It 1 asks third fok ifehaimadTflcatlori of- giinmne A tal lIcthods all willi- mmake UeIBatG an elective body and place tbcfontf0 cl tfiu house of mcli resentatlvcsMn the b uds ofamajor iy of Its1 meinbers A tow days ago In discussing the tariff question I dwelt plontlJl fourth tjcrnand njado by our party namely that taxation i be Just that the revenue laws be mpilo for the purpoio Pf raising TOVOIUIO nnd not for I1 ntI t pf iftwht I1tli expense of the nittiiyVuild URt time tats IltI law be supplemented by uu income tax which will moj equalize i I I 11li grip lit t11 e tFImati be brt4certi rmuj petition lie tstoritia4 that the qooy of opportunity Ie opeio the huil landnijIIC J I lb political dependence Tho free I exercise of time rights of cltUensbJpJii f Impossible vKen a few men contrnIhi l I J in which millions oth pjoycrt l Imri Iiiit tllIIcompel the wacsmito9 Ito nddreis thelrp ltlon8toJYltRlag nates and ask for d lAlready we have leen howiprono tho 11 pnpolit he tn hlltitniPlQlhtiIt tlp pcnd upou the ifWasutfif cf 1 he auir pinyc to Iro It ut isbahlptId time sur e ofbs corp ittttr ftIIII 1 5etJe4QW nIlPWJ144rnm Jj 1 1J s krowlige wjuinrnk iiii tMIj o cle I41ill1t I r ki where one JiSiceptf rom wronfi 4Mf K by fear of prou doors a thcu sandwtre restrained by those tuvfelbk will whicli conscience tears abiu uf us barriers hl hjre Btrorigor than wt ls 0 arnijltp ti Jltion limo com- msciemice human jnntilutions rgst and withoula con slcnco np f at reoniiifpoB Iblo Pc a national conscience already aroused We appeal wIth the pledge lhfta zm1locratjc victory wilt niciin h ringing Out of Iud list rial despotism fand th rlngjlg In of a nw cr1mm whlcl bul nets will be built upon ii iaerttsrand in which men will succeed iut In proportion to the coercloii they may be able to practice but la proportion to their Industry their ability and their t1ehIty MR KERN TALKS ON THE ISSUES I I The Vice Presidential Candidate Presents Clear cut Views tI FINE TRIBUTE TO MR BRYAN I In Accepting the Nomination to the I Second Moat Exalted Pocltlon In the PayVanO I Earnest and Affectionate Tribute to the Head of the Ticket and Speaks j of the Latters Patriotic Motives and Earnest Desire to PrOmote he wel1 fare the Honor and the Glory of His Country I Indianapolis Alii251n accepting the high honorconMrrcdlupon hlmby i the Denver conventtoriyjphn W Kern t of in his speech at the Collosseum this afternoon said I appreciate most tlghly this great uuanljmousmy party in iiatlonaft convention as sembled and Ishah sjrive most sarn conIno seek this nom poraonaldesireswould have received tl e honor but ithaving come to me T tthpur Bollclta cceptItand responsibilities fs a candidate Iallas one of your K v iidard bearers and It elected I Iao to servo nil the people of the It italic by the con Identlou dls at duUes of J otll ctJ I 5a c 7 I OhO no thfcupht that tiru w i- cmaiop that great conenIt Denver nominated e as thelnwtn ldVe because they bollovcd thaWlliSj a MIbYmen lI names were In x presidentialUs1ination my part might havc had some slight lnfiurncovln detcrmlnlnRthetr action but I am persuaded that it waa the chief purpoeooftlrn convention in choosing a son of Indiana as Its can dlduto to show Ha appreciation of Ihe grOt Democratic party of this splen did commonwealth nmdo up ii4 lt14 of more than a third of a million of men theIaccept proffered DemIwas I believe really Intended It Is pleasing to mo to bo associated In thin campaign with tho distinguish ed gentleman to whom the standard Of the p4rt has been committed For yesmfl we have boom friends I recognize in him a man of spotless charac Jbydesire to vrnnmote the welfare the boa beItile of the party wlh demand was emphasized by a popular movement In his favor which as It proceeded so grew In voluiiio and force as to become Irresistible lie enters upon this campaign tin pledged to any special interests under no obligations to any unlawful or other not rftaolutey free tu nervethe people by carrying out the pledges of his partys pintforra While he Is time too to un lawful monopoly and Is prepared tn IlIwleBsIfavor and to combat tht encroachment of greed upon honrst endeavor ho la the frfefld Of every legitimate bu lnois i11erJrlse whether conductcd by In dividual or corporation and will syni paUilzo with thc promotion of every movement which makes for time we faW lad rusperlty of the country gAj dlfllnfiulshed Reptibllo4ii tht othpitifar rferrfd tu IjhllllltUUllc with liiw purty Msa onBjunn powers If imy thBt he lumetimht to sitythrut Air Iloan posiecie lilt iiowur In a marked dc aadIa3te g asno othrrman of his time or If lie- rni4uiit that by his upright life his con rllt1tllvIea IhtT oil cellct timid personal affocI- 1 Oonof rnllllons of his countrymen and galned time respeer and of wholoQIh Uhe4 KeuithImaq was right with re Bpyctr to the oneman poworjo WllllAm JltnqlnISnran a I Mr Bryan has cxert l itt othpr 110- 11firU e jig haij no Kuhordlnates to totnin II 4 wo PjtlP lioiaera to direct I tliti ithvzqisaM tmaithurc I 1 eooi uu Fvertlafc tg jt 8LtittYIltlIJ r1rtpi1 Il iuer- I kttuUllcl his ommim im1tttt arid ni an owingjcast his vote for Tlryan because in his heart he believed that the nprntnoUiii 9n4 ClefltJnu nf guch a maim wore de man edby the best Interests of the I republic IceIIn his recent speech of ac ceutauce affected the Belief thai tIme question Shall the People Rule implied n charge of venality against tht- nicicnmm electorate He aRIrmed withvKreat emphasis that under re cent Republican administration the people have ruled without let or bin drnnce H Is passing strange that In u ro nilbll5 1lktl this there should be oc casion for a discussion of thin ques tion It Is a government of the people and by the people They presumably govern themselves through their ser rents whom they send to represent them In congress Their will when known ought to be supreme and should be given Immediate nffect And If the will of the people ouoc known Is not given effect then the people do not rule C S C S C I S S S CCS The President rails against swollen fortunes as menaces to the public wel fare and as promotive of evils which oat at the very heart of society As remedies ho has suggested an Income tax arid an Inheritance tax that their growth zany be to some extent checkedThe convention of his party WAS silent upon time quvation of these proposed rorms while the posses fortunesIforces of the Republican party are giving generous support to the Ilcpub llcan national ticket Tho Democratic party while favor Ing the reform measures repudiated by the Republican national convention has another remedy It would by leg station in large degree cut off tho streams of money which under tho present system are flowing from every home In the land and emptying Into trustsIpockets of the this country every dollar of the money they earn save only such amounts as may bo needed forthe economical administra tion of the government v It would by rigorous law enforcement strike down private monopolies protectImposition by the credtpubiic corpor atlons whether pyexccsslve charges or by overIssue pf stocks and securi ties q In other words It w uld undertake to bring about In government a reall DemocratloItq none V It has 110 war to wage oa capital 4t has no quarrel with corporation hon estly capitalized whictt carry on a- ii1t1iate bttimessi accorajnr to JtW 1j I 4o t tt of t1 1 r I Jy I LJft hELPFUL j You wont tell ur family doctor tho whole story about your private illness you arc too modest You need not be nfmid to toll Mrs Pink 10ncoululcttorwill ho hold in the strictest con fide nee From her vast correspond once with sick women during the past thirty years she may have gained tho very knowledge that will J your case as the fol lowing from grateful women establish beyond a doubt the power o- fLYDIAEPINKHAWS VEGETABLE COMPOUND to 11 tomalo dLseasea Jlre Gorman H Ikirmult of Allen town Pa writes I Ever since 1 was tUtetn arll of age I had RulTcrcd from an organic de ruupcmcnt and female weakness In ooiuoqucncc 1 lied dreadful headaches anI 1111 ut mely nervous My physi clan said 1 roust go through an operation to well A friend told use shout lydla E Plnlchmans Vegetable Compound and I took Hand wrote you for adl following your directions carefully and thanks to you I am t1 lay a woman and 1 am telling all my friends of my experience FACTS fOR HICK WOMEN thirty years Tydki K rink herns Vegctahlw inado 1O nml norlw has been tho lllHIlUfIwomen who huVtVcen troubled with ILspIaccments inllammation ulcer i lion fibroid tumors IrrcgiOnviUoJt porlodlo paimis lint hear wJ enni l11tufcncy indlgcs j U ndhilne 3iofnervous prostrn U n It will encourage tno invrsturV ttVBtilal In the development vl the cone try arTd Mot t M when invested bttTftrwn unda Jwful ltKlnc1 ur business car rlwlngiii tn ijcflauce of law and tho o lh iUhllc rotecttn9 the ono 1till 1Ir te tlnj snCIMtyjronu the other tt cills ui on men and cori oratloha lawfully cntfnicJ lu OKlthnate bush nlies ndt loyally thomsclvc rtwlth men Qtru rf1t19nl ClUca flflrrtmlTJ e- D rnldrllrty InJavoref th ris forms alf will punio the txislnoe wnrl of lawlessness and legalized oxlortlon to the end that honest capital ami bon eat labor may go forwttrl hnnd in hand 1Q 1hi veveli pitienl of the country I jl1I not ut this time discuss the platform its parts and pledge my best cndeav or toward securing time rcformu tq which tho party Is by Itq terms corn nilttcd As time c rnpuUn prOKrcsRca Iflhall Jlspum Its varlou features Iron time to time as opportunity pro sent There was perfect unanimity In thQ convention as to time adoption of this declaration of prlnclplea Men from every state distinguished for their ability and patriotism prepared and presented it as a platform upon which all American voters who ae In few r of the rule of the people can consci entiously stand- Gentlemen we enter upon this r nv palgn with every prospect of succeit Never has a political platform been received with such favor by all classes of people and never lois a candidate been presented by any party who was closer to the hearts of the pcoplo than our matchless standardbearer WIl- lIam J Bryan There Is a movement amongst the people for better governmont which It growing III force day by day It Is confined to no one party hiltmen of nil parties nil trades and occupations are coming together and making corn mon cause In behalf of a restoration ot- a government of the people for the people and by the people Wo must and will win this battle without the use of money or the aid of corporate power If our adversaries so desire Jet them pursue that course limit there aro times In tho llfo of a nation like this when money and COO ercive Influences are of no avail There comes a time when the quickened consciences of an enlightened people Impel action which neither money nor Influence can check That time in my judgment Is here Let every man from this hour for ward perform his duty In a manly and I honorable way Let this be a cam paign of education and argument Let our appeals he to the reason and pa triotism of the American people Lot us be vigilant and unceasing In honest work for a righteous cause and a Rlorlous victory In November will crown our efforts Tliinkslt Saved HIM Life Lester M Nelson of Naples Maine lays In n recent leltnr IJhnve used Jr Kings New Discovery many yearn for coughs and cold and I think II saved my life I have found It a re lUlile remedy fur throat and lung complaints and wquld no more lJe without a bottle than I would btivrith lit food For nearly forty yearn H Dmcovery hits stood at tlllcl1aciof throat and luriK remedies Pre entlve of lieser of weak lungs It imasPqtlftl Sold under RlllraplN ftt Jcksun Drugstore free bihtltiJfrP K i1 i 1oj1i FlitS UCIH III AH n Alter jootorhiB 15 ytsuIC fr ehronlo iudiestlOm1 atut speumdiIi over two hulidred duhtats tiothming 11l1li1uhunC me 111 timucim Kllutl as Dr King II tutY Ibiim thu bust- ilIi I consider lit I HIP C uvt r sold strides IIFuO It nhiulriitlo N 0 Sold under 51111 Lrug stifle l Ga Mtti HI luckioii Lt BAILWAY c OC- 8FrnTIC O WfcSr BOUND No 1 No 3 No Daily Sun Only L5SrDni- IySundiij l 1 t I 10 2 20 7 00 G Hi 2 25 7 05 toOahdalu 30JIISt Helens t 69 3 ii 7 48 HttyvloJctT 07 3 20 7tM QlorrlntlllIcllirn 7 40 a fiO Nlltl Bruc 7 4 1 3 65 H 26 CmntonJct748 8 57 8 s I Dundee 7 52 4O3i S 3 Kilson S 03 4 148 12 t Uosslyn 8 09 4O 8 18 titanton 8 15 4 20 8MCIIl City 8 25 485 9 02JJndn Fids 8 45 4 53 J 20 hKJct 900 5 07 9HWinchester 9 12 6 20 9 HirmYyniulotte 9 25 5 33 9 5l Avon if 82 5 10 10 OH HiArLexinuton NO 2- Daily NO 4 I EAST BOUND Daily 4 I IM A M Lv 715MomitrusuAvon U 48 7 f4 OLVIicstcr tiiItitlian 1 9 Oi 60Stanton 0 10r Utaslyn 4 05 n 15 If 4H 0 22 Dundee 4 2 U13 A3fLNatural USS U4a 4 Glcnculrn 4 38 U 46 I fd 47Kincastle 10 9GOBi L 1Ucattyvlllo Junct 5 10 tto 17I j St Uolcns 5 17 10 20 1lAthol lt ArIOnlctllloCONNECTIONS a L E JUN rIOX1rallriNos iwtI U 111 AUfl1tonllr t ICAMl1ON No 2 will connect with tho L A I nt Uottttyvillc lunciuni for yUleOICJUNrIONTrglNomiL x 3 and 4 with the OhiQ Kentucky r t for IClIAJ = If O K RAILWAY EPI1OtfE NOV 111 lOOn WEST BOUND Daily Kx Sun 1ST CUll 2n OlteSCAaz V M Lv OO4O3SVunclovo 52Htunpton 80Leollolccliawa 12 19 4 55 Ar Cannel Ci y 12 35 5 20 FAST BOUND Daily Ex Sunj2n OJA8S lilT AJI I U- Lv 00Hclcclmwa 23Hose44Williurst 57Frozen 2ArSunday passenger train leaves returningleaves 11 L GONLEY Gun Mgr Mountain Central Depart Arrive I 545tnI Campion 11 30 a in 145 p in Cnmpton OOO p m Arrive Depart 8 00 a m Campton Jun 10 05 a m 4 pmMakeE passenger trains I- KILLruCOUCHAND CUirC THE LUNGS Dr Kings New Discovery FOR ggAN- DALL ilTHIIOAT AND LUf ThOUILES jOZOJZy f I 1 I- J U