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INBREATHITI ClrculatlonrOF ANY PAPER IN THIS SECTION T ANDADJOININO COUNTIEL ft ljliI I I J WISE HAOINB Editor and ADVANertPublisher= u l Volume VIIA f I Kentucky Frid 1 October 3z 1908 t Number 49Ir 9- If fl IhA N iVwwV wJWal I THE r 4f iSTAR STORE a OF EUSTER ISAACS Mn Busier has just returned rout i= i it the city with a big stock of c j Fail Winter Goods c I MENSPnNcYbKIJWI U11S j With UptdD ate Cuffs 1 b X18 00 Suits GU l j 1 rJcc c- nt 12 00r 4OO DtfSTTFIN OF S tENS t curd Moir- A 00 c I lit q9 f V rf AB OF E t Boys aid Chi1d C I E e IJAT LOW ES Ee Wo have a big line of t11A I cst styli 5of liens and Boy fi i rowri I ack Iii j 11o also lutvu N tingr u of lens s fr RAI N eOATSr V RO iti ofiii toKOO 1 t 1 IlinA LARGE STOCK OF it 7 t Qry Goods and Notions L 3CLOAKS 2Black 75 to 15 i LADIES SKIRTS = i3 Brown Blue and Black tho Intuatt0 a j cfsty us out tho Panama and Jv 1 A fine lino of Ladioi Silk Petticoats Misses and pricesiUndonvmr Wo havo got ti big stock of AIens Shoes to wit Com i i= monwealth lint s and It P Smith Also u big stock of 9Iml ius and Childrens Shots A nifo lino of Ludieat IIats the latest stylo A bjgv lino of Trunks Suit Caste Cnrpols Matting Floor And h Oil Cloth d Ladioa and Gents dont wait until yqnr neighbor g 3ta p the bolt of you in these bargains You know that wo hap tho largest and best line of goods in this part of tho conn L i try Wo arc yours truly r EUSTER SAACS j JACKSON KY MDIoM MMMrMM J t 4 11 t ee QGe O Gd Vtit FI AI LYON THEiSON tOI I r d rIT INSURANCE dFdFfoL l t J i STOCKS AND BONDS f- iu LOANS Ndd F t d- ed t do AGENCIES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL TJWNS d+ l d A i IN EASTERN KENTUCKY cJ d r C1 Want Live Energetic Men to Represent Us f lfioi in Unoccupied Territory 0Q e e Address All Communications to the Com 0 G ii pany at Beattyville Kentucky t o- OOOOOCy x r FINAL T1 r hi OF BREATHIT1I COUNTY N APRIL 81t8 af ft 1007 rr4Aprils linlunco May 9 Received fr 7omh t I 3637July5 J U 7UC r 11ia3G3 G Sel t 1 i 1 Ir Oct j It It Oct li W It lLUccohed from Brbck or SMi t 1J+ 14 NI Hum ra 011 + r 231 85 uv calved from BreclN SheW3 OUO 00 Nov II S 13 74 Nov lG 28- No 11i It IDON-o 7ec16 i 1 It 27 62G cc 3 ltece trout Brecle CrawforD Sheriff Sol 2- t 8 3 00 b d- 1tos 1I1 br1ed = 363 75J I rlOOQ00- Jait t 6 3 Fcblc 0 00 + U 7rll101April a April 3+ Rcc3 vet orn tiJ Y 00 otnlr v CLAIMS PA A I Crawford cMurert S II Fiigato dorilrt GsO S I1lIcrtih1 Ji 12 00 Jil Denton 200J- tihn Brown k 12 00 IJ1Ck 0 oj v 01- II 0IIrC1 QJ- 007oblsS Tnul t ce ldse 08 LcwisjSandlin supportdI0 00 I rs J 1 1 wnru8 riUIIport Stones children 31 00 4Lr Gray Haddix dep sheriff 50 KV Combs work on road 25 00 Brcck Combs right of way Qksand bridge 25000 Cbrkins Chemical Co spray for jail 21 00 Ance White Jr support 10 00 Bettic Spiccr support 10 00 Jail bond No 7 lOOtfOO Interest on jail bonds ei0 OO Interest on bridge bond 50 QQ Mason Wright guarding prisoners I 15 1 W II Blanton building bridge 1 mIQ untie Allen sup of boy Quicksand bridge al 304 83 II F Davis Jusof PSaco G 00 1C Terry 4i 12 00 J M Denton 0 J B Noble V v f 00ro John Brown 1 G l liaclt lit A S Johnson election IrI officer 9QQ Mason WrJtittuarding 10 Jt prisoner pi- chsand c1IS I t fiO 00 TI toborts mds 1 25 Jlril Oaborno Ext trial Sigel Turner iM 7 0- 0Jolmontbs guarding priaonoc 21 75 Central Stags Bridge on bridge W cnbridra II Blanton a I r CoII C Terry Jus of S II Herald i 9 00 J M Denton f 9 00 GPBack 4v 0 00 John Brown 9 00 Leo Strong guarding prisoners 13 50 4tlW Clark painting ridge 53 75 lliam Sewell judge of election 200 Loximrton Herald adver Using bids for jail 5 GO J W Clark pointing bridges 167 75 Alex Herald building bridgoj 37 00 Int on bridge bonds O 00 Geo McIntosh lumber 4 2D J 1 Hall support flessU Thompson fc t 2 50 G P Pack Jus of Pet eo 12 00 John Brown II 41 12 00 1C Terry 1200 SH Herald 1 200 J M DeatonI I 12100 James L Moore work onbridgoS- L iJtJ 1l 4 n hlJ ofL3 00 l f ebecc R u pr- t 8 00 ly Clch onsV 12 0- 0JollySt oI 12 00 J B Noble Jus of Peace 12 00 Delila Colley support 12 00 Hcttio Sizemore is 00 urana JonesIt 15 00 Nancy TurnerIt 15 00- Willie Osborn 15 00 olly Sizemoro 10 00 00lGran Tony Dcaton 1 tl00 Rob GiluertII 13400 Matilda Herald 11 10 QO Lydia Kilcy i i Sally Fuirato 20 00 Elijah Sylvia Bowling 2000 Elizabeth Herald 20 00 Bettie Stamper 20 00 rBitha Miller 2000 Mnrinda Jenkins H 20 00 Jane Miller 20 00 fclia Southward 20 00 EmilyIIarvcy 20 00 C3I1rlotte Spicer 20 00 Nick Bush 20 00 Elizabeth Mays 20 00 Bettio Spicer II 20 00 Scnora Lovely 20 00 Tempa Carnlbcll 20 00 Seymour l hrift or election 2 80 jndgIe ect lon J 2 80 J Sabina Mp ort 20 00 WFfi Slfeicc officer 2 00 J BTIiMP 2 00 Jennie BeluT Turner sup 410 00 Hogcr Little else officer 2 9G rPUMcIntosh I 2 9G Henry Dn10h 2 9G Luther Littlo il j 2 00 Gco Johnson tk a 3ii Win South r h od Thos Griffith 2 80 Breck Crawford interest- On bridgo claims 71 051 StTaulbee mdse 309 2J 1 tI urst county clerk 123 5 i Hadna VX A 800 00- ti1Siuloc Jelectitn t officer t 200 Bcttie Mullins support 1000 Shaler 00rJ MDentoni J P 3 00 John Brown V I3 00 Wm Sebastian election 1 officer W 3 80 G P Back Jus of Ueaco 8 00 W M MurriySlection 3 4 2 80 J C Hurs Jus of Peace Q0- Gco Little plecn officer 00 4Andy00 00 Andrew Baire t upport 15 00 Wm McIntosh s 2000 Jacob Terry eleeoillc 20Jas II Johnson 2 CQ Stove Bowman erj iw John Moore v 200 Ohio Valley Tie lumber for bridge 32 93 II D Back elcctn officer 2 00 II D Back burial clothes for J A Duck 6 22 H D Dade burial clothes forSura Mclntosh 10 35 l Hack support or J Jnck 821 JjJBI Ilcrald JP 300- ICTfetry 3 00 Green Millerclec officr 3 30- MaivKb Slidham right orW V 00wn 1UI4I UHU L C Calhoun elec officr 296 W W Haddix 2 00 S J Crawford Co bur 0GA1 Allen ua3 oo J B Noble Jus of Peace 3 00 ifnS Warti electn officer 2 00 J B Noble Jus of Peace G Jus llrophy Ole deem G 0 Andy Clons 4 of Sarah Coop 10 00 J D demons blo ring rock H 100 00 H F Davis Jus ofleuce 12 00 John Campbell support 10 00 John Eldridgp u 16 00 Green Njc e l 10 00 Sarah EldridSeI 10 00 W Clurk painting bridges JL 196 35 S S Taulbec Co Judge 1000 00 Jas B spport 10 00 insuaIanco onj =Hou 306 25 Levi Hollffnr buriul of Jtllell Couch 12 00 M S rain mdso 81 8fl Robin Bttlfen elec officr 2 00 SPCa pent t 3 GO Sam Marcunvtnirial of Eli AJlen 12 00 Hurst Bros radso 0 1G 00 Harrison Strong work on bridge 1 600 Sanford Brown election t officer- Day 60fPBros Co mdse 314 fQOlInrlanWm Belcher 224 W Ch Strong 2 00 Joel Stamper 2 00 L D Williams building bridge 11 00 John Moore Supervisor 16 50 Jhollurstrctectfn officer 2 72 u It 296 John Blanton 2 00 S II Fugatc dep sheriff 62 50 Jas L Little jailer 1348 10 A G Combs guarding Prisoners 43 50AJ Grey Haddix guarding prisoners V Jr 1650 i ibCourt v Jos Spencer dice oilicer T 2 96 George Fouch support tJPOO Mrs Coon Noble 15 00 Andy Turner 2000- Polly Combs 20 00 Margaret Barnett 20 00 OtfaKi4g u 20 00 neXIctntosh 20 Oa LucintlaVoung r 20 OOT Sarah licnvCoopcr 20 00j Breathittt atyeLlNeves printingnorcountv r3 70 G W FugatefsuppoTtof ParrohJonet 12 00 Ben Mctntosh election oflicar T 2 9G JTC Roberts mdse 2 50 Floyd Arnett arresting prisoners 13 05 Jail Bond No6 and in6 terest 1088 33 Bradley Gilbert Co registration books 14 GO Ben Young cicc qfflfjr 2 00 Hargis pros ni 54 30 Tom Gr tJtpiKW 10 0 Tom Mclatosh 10 00 GeorgeGf6ss M 10 00 Preston 1Ygdkins and wife support 20 00 Taylor Hurst disc oflicof ti 72 Jero Kejnoldr u Wi 200 Andrew Barrett support la 00 tteorscGrossTom h 10 01 10 00 Andy and Polly Short sUJmortJf l 2000 Pollll tird yeiport 20 00 WmMcIritosh 2000 G iabk Jus of Pence G 00 EkeWilt Cracosupport 20 00 Bet illiams 20 00 Po audill 100 L bWilliamst building Abridge 11 60 1 Henry B Noble County j Superintendent 816 50 Harlan Rice work on jail- S 1 50 H lIornidJ P G 00 A H Patton teeth bridge suit i 200 00 H F Davis Jus of Peace 3 6 00 CO1TLylIED lN a1CON r t CreeklGeorge McIntosh was at Athol henryMcIntoshurday and twentytwo hands andtat Jells Crock Sunday Ander son Ifbhnpon i iCod Miss CelieJett Sunday HranL brothers have moved their saw mill from this nearGtolsereatonttentlsclioolJames Johnson and wife Julius Mcintosh Dora Short find Pruda Allen nt= tended church nt Canoe last Sun inInfCctimi oif Bryants creek at the BryantsOscarconfined to his room for tho past week with throat trouble ia improving fastIeople are about vicinityThera the mouth of Jetts Ctoek the first- Saturday in October Everybody MCltoshjvisitetl Insko Morgan County I David and Lucinda Lindon who have been very low with the fever fur the past few weeks are im proving slowly J It Sizemore Visited relatives and friends at Salycraville last week Wra Conley made a business trip to Lexington a few days agoF mulefromfor which ho paid about 70 = S T nose SAMlLH at Law This firm will in courts Wolfe to Corpo Law and Real Estate Offices Second Floor Bank Mrs James A Davis has been for the past week at Flat Maude who has been with her sister Mrs John Carter at I for the past few months r- i home a few days ago 4B Gullett sold to Marlin Nickell a horse last week for 110Mra- nd Mrs Wm Bailey are at this week Mrs Marion Bailey visited nnd friends at Hazel Green T Val ters of Cannel City was in this last week on Dean and of Ma goflin county were here last week on The of this are busy say j r- Ing fodder and up molas sesSKlpoo Co Robert McLin went to ter on Miss P Lou Evans loft for Hon aker VaGreen of Mt is hero friends and Frank is at the tho fa ofrlovdfrom wore in town last week doing some tin work for and Willie Mize and were guests of the Day House Miss Mary Elam visited her uncle loin Barker on Lacy creek last week Jordon Combs Perry passed here Last the town boys base ball the II GA team but the game was in favor of the school boys DIDE T li Tor F iN t1 Lees Collegiate fnstitule1 INCORPORATED JACKSON KENTUCKY This institute o eirCdwliaidargdattendance and will continue thirtysix weeks All Departments will be continued so far as needed and opportunity will be given advanced to take the accredited for admission yourhomeJ5r tvFora A LEONARD Principal V Jackson Kentucky b Q rH Hw1 w wW B 8 a ROSE SAMPLE Attorneys and Councelors CAA1PTOX KY practice all the of and adjacent counties Special attention niUori Litigation Farmers Traders visiting relatives 1VoodsMiss Phipps staying Morchcad returned visiting relatives Morehcad relatives last weekW vicinity business Frank Patrick business people neighborhood making Hazel Green Wolfe Winches Monday business Monday Trimble Sterling visiting relatives Fordof Lexington Swango Springs drinking Lexington Spencer Cpoper ofrcounty through Sunday Saturday evening played against HEMLOCK tr1i pupils course MC wHiwH W H Henderson Are Street Opp Poet Office LEXINGTON KY EAL1rR IN Grain Seeds Feed Wheat Rye Barley Oat I and Corn Clover Timothy Millet Kentucky Blue Qran Orchard Grass Hungarian Hay Straw fllll Feed 1eSa lis vtlidse 13 FieiF IisFi e s te FT F T GT l- c FLOYD DAY Pres J SAMUEL HEAD Jr Cashier v F It CIt WPO1tD Vlco Pros M 1 DAVIS Acting Cashier AV S 1IQPPEII ASst Caah d 1 S niriiiiiMitli V i c OUR i JBANKING METHODS id- ARE SATISFACTORY i- To i I a large and growing clientile If you are not already in this numg IoE bet why not open an account now = Call in and talk the subject over with us A call will entail no obligation g F- p Wont you try and see 0 0 = RAIDUP CAPITAL and SURPLUS 2735000 0 I JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK i iJackson Kentucky tIo roi f The Breathitt News SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE J VISE HAGINS EDITOR Friday October 2 I r fZtt5XfZfZXKKXX A H PATTON l ATTORNEY AT WOFFIOE IN C LAWI JACKSON KY i F5B 525525C5CS252Clfit rnDu 0 III PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Q g Office and Res Phone 50 lJAOKSON KYrt S25252525252S25scJ iJiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiimiiiiiimiuiiiiiiiiniiM MARTIN T KELLY gATTORNEY AT LAW f OFFICE IX IIUKST 1J1VG = f= JACKSON KY SIIII II 11111111 UllIumr 111111111111 ill lIilhf rDR II P DUFF PHYSICIAN ANDI SUUGEOXS OFFICE OVER RELIANCE DRUG STOREe iJACKSON 4 3 I Irt mssciiHUHST ANJ SUROEON Postoffice Building 51tTackso KyI I CandidatesIAnnouncements of candidates for oflice will be charged for as followsFor District Office 1000 For a County Office 500 a complimentary giveneach candidate at the time he announces all communications boosting candidates will be charged for at 5 cents per line Such com munications will be treateda purely advertising matter for which The News does not assume responsibilityxaccompany all orders for such advertJsinir Jr t ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY CLERK I I take this means of announc ing myself as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Breathitt County subject to tho action of the Democratic party If elected I shall regardless of party affilia tions be your most obedient servant ALFRED RUSSELL To the Voters of Breathitt Co I am a candidate for the ofli of County Court Clerk to be voted for at the November election 1909 GEO W NOBLE FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce ROBERT DEATON- of Crockettsvillci as a candidate for Sheriff j f Breathitt county subject to tho action of the Demo cratic party FOR JAILER announceiWESLEY TURNER JR as candidate for Jailerof Breath itt county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce MIKE ROBINSON as a candidate for jailer of Breath itt county subject to the faction of tho Republican party hYcare authorized to announce J II HUDSON as a candidate for Jailor of Breath itt county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce G B MALONEY as a candidate for Jailer of Br mth itt county subject to the action ofI the Republican party- SUPE1INTEDENTIt OF Y SCHOOLS We arc authorized to announce j ED DEATON AS a candidate for the office of kSuperintendent of Schools of Breathitt county subject to tho action of the Democratic party Good houses for rent nro in great demand Jackson is grow ing so fast that peoplehave trouble finding houses to live in Mr and Mrs John C Calhoun of Versailles who have been riseJ iting relatives in this county for s the pat week returned home Wednesday t 1 Financial Statement CONTINUED FROM FIRST TAG E JI Jacob Terry burial 1 clothes Barretts child S 3 50 C M Gillum collin for John Lovcns 1 50- llick Spicer support of ichild 1000 Taulbecj support 20 Off James Combs col 10 00 J M Dcaton Jus of Peace G 00 J B NobleII 6 00 Rebecca Fugate support 12 00 J B Noble work on culvert 1500 W II Blanton foe in Williams case 2500 S W Baker coffin for Dan Lynch 3 75 3A G Combs guarding prisoners Jfr 42 00 John Brown Jus of Peace 6 0 CS Bridge Co building bridge V lOCO bO C S Bridge Co building bridge 1POO00 C S Bridge Co building bridge ir coo o J M Allen burial of Emery Soutlwood 8 00 Flint Davis dep shoriff 6 04 Hardin Clutters elec offi 2 2 1 Jail coupon No 8 30 00 Bridge 150 00 Alfred Row suprt 5 00 Greenville 8tacIlber for bridge 3084 W II Blanton building public privy 850 55 H II Gibson supt build ing privy 5600 II II Gibson supt Quicksand bridge 19 00 Sam Hollon work on bridge 1 20 00 JUMcLUi clew oflicer GOO OAHagins TOO I C Terry Jus of Peace 21 00 S II HeruldI u 18 00 J M Deaton II I 21 00 John Brown 21 00 JBNoblo II II 21 00 Sam Richie support t 10 0 G P Back Jus of Peace 21 Harsh Sebastian builds Ing bridge 4500 S II Hurst ballots C 6495 S S Tl1ulbee radso 36 G2 Elizabeth Allen supports Hester Harmon 500 Ida M Rifle elec notices 3 00 A M Arnold jail phy siclan 1010 Harlanrlticeifiislec oflicer 4 00 Jas Brophy electn coin JO 00 James Hargis window for jail 1000- V D Back costs in suits 10 7a Crawford Co mdso 11 14 Seymour Watts election officer 280 S H Fugate dep sheriff 61 3 Brcck Crawford sheriff 26 50 10 00 W B Gabbard elec oflicer 2 00 Matt Crawford H 3 12 2ceElisha Johnson 3 121 I Greenville Stacy hauling lumber P 7 71 Jas Thomas elec officer 2 00 Wes Turner Jr 2 9 Sam JettI 312 Luther Little 2 00 1C Terry Jr 2 00 Alex Johnson 2 80 S 11 Stidham Supervisor 16 50 J M E DaisI 16 50 Elisha Johnson Jr 16 50 Alex Turner 16 t- iE 0 W Combs 16 5 S II Hurst county clerk 16 50 Court House bontNo 24 530 00 D B Redwine claims taken up 1208 31 Alex Herald flooring bridge 4000 John Short balance on bridge 10 00 Miles work 20 00 Grcenville Stacy elec tion officer 2 00 O C JIall work on jail 46 50 Geo Deaton elec officer x2j00 Sanford Brown dice offir 3 60 S II Herald J P GOO JM Deaton C 00 John Brown 6 00 G P Back C 00 JC Hurst 12 00 I C Terry 6 00 J 13 Noble COO Esther Back support 10 00 Luther Callahan dice tion officer 200 Lee Spillman support 15 00 Austin Combs guarding prisoners 43 50 Sam Miller work on i public privy Ed Boggs viewing road x200 Will Harvey elec officer 2 06 Cleveland Lmbr Tim ber Co lumber for jail 4 89 J Moore Weed Chambers tax 1 50 Susan Bowling keeping Mahala demons 6 75 Alex Cundiff elec officr 200 Oliver Johnson su tPort 10 00 It B Landrum right fIway for road 165 00 Int on bridge bonds 180 00 I J M Spencer colllnor John Allen 500 guardingt 30 00 Eli Combs for Mort Sizemore 12 Wm SpencorSr view h V ing rods 2 00 Blaine Short elec officer 2 00 Sam Spicer II 09G Hardin Childers f 2n I G W Deaton lumber for 4 S bridgola 8GoI I G 4TotoV 8280fit TA 1908 April 9 Balance Treasurers hands f254 0 0Anil no outstanding claims as fa I mown A Word to the Juniors PIIwnrdsoon be four C 1Il t M tire irs council of this order tvag instituted in this county at I kntawa with mysolf pouncilor Rro John Qpla s Financial secretary and Bro UeoI mOd1peoplea failure But we labored we were crowned with success and victory The first American fbi that ever wayegiover a school building In Breathitt county was hoisted over the scho build j41ifirsta e school of this county was given to that school by Chnritry CounQiltlG7- the first year was Instituted Fron that time on the Juniors have en sowing the good seed until today we know of OJ4tGlorrloaUna Holy Bible read and explained by its teacher The brother who docs not lobos r for these achievements for improvements has fallen short o plnceImos good foro the country is in public Schools nail to be Tract and plain about this matter tho majority of the Juniors of this county are too neglectful of thi important duty and they need to interview themselves nnd see where they stand Tho who lives in a school district an schoolIthe ties that mnhG this good brotherhoodnnd the soone- we get rid of him the better i will bo for the order pad for our public schools I wish to speak to ovary Junior in Breathitt county and it is about a cause that I am sure isI worthy of our earnest considera 5Lion Some several months ago wo one of our most worthy Tjrotnergu I am sure that almost every nM inour county was per sonally ac laintetl him and that everyJttlo child with whom he had formed acquaintance loved and cherished him Uncle Reuben Smith died some nix months ago and was buried at tho family bur Inl ground at the mouth of Ios Creek by his Brother Junios He endsGr ow To worn tpecl its principles asjiedid every worthy and religious cruse ItoCouncild us to assist them in pjactig monument over the remains o Bro Smith We ask cachbrothe r in Breathitt county to consider the matter and we ask eachCoun andpe as much as ho thinks ho is able lire brothers of Rhoda May Council who have contributed are G P Combs 1 Fletcher Doatnn 50c Thomas Hudson 1 Kelly Cash 50c South Strong 50c Eld J D Hunter 1 Joseph Arnett 2 and Henry S rnrtt SI and we think all oUicyKratbers will contribute acc2 l i us hear from you s L yo Fraternally yours SOUTH STUONO f Two Killed IA special from Beattyvillo to the Louisville Herald September 26 saysrSimpson chum were shot and instantly killed late last night by John Hoff man on Millera creek near the Thetroublechum accusing Hoffmans opof theft Hoffman demanded his wasrefusendshotgun and tired on them killin both men with the same shdW HoffraanMks not been arrested rj Col m B Smith of Richmond candidate for Democratic Elector forth StateatLarge spoke here Monday on the issues of tho Cam paign to a good sizedaudience Ibis speech was well received Mrs Sally Backof Stevenson I is visiting her l olhcr John Calhoun at Versailles Cf Samuel htts ol was heraaswiaeiaaturday Cincinnati Markets Sept 30flogsMarket slow nnd 5 to 10 cents lower butchers and shippers 725 common 425 tenetnCuir525 common 200 to 250 Sheep market steady at 1 to 135 Lambs market steady at 3 to 525 ilbeeUwas el arch at the lamp IjWuUscliotfl house last Sunday and largo crowd attended The ser Ifvicfe was conducted byW H TnJlorlof Malaga In o r noon a largo proved of boy n girls took a walk nailn thofcrowd liobefBooburtneJIatwsop Willis Chapman r4UC wr teary nail Rnd begrthecrowd rer Ben Hur t4 4 Gourpey Lawson u Richard Uirst of 1inlagnaAc1 many ItirlsJrom Simpson Miss Martha Moptjromery visited lm rata and If rr s rtfLarounde and Lizzio Hun Iris vistjd Ihi s of Luther Uii 1r and T iiBI Olnlt Inst t 1irs Bailey paino Homo I he irlsRnd spent tl few r with Mr and Mr Ilarrlp veil tho trip lino 4j ONTO NedMartin Py been visiting1 I atvicinity Mr 1 albutt i ago so it hadabl u Sipco to fiP u s children His wit forkt sloIUII1jalspondent was moved1 rllrJn controlable emotion la meeting in the grave yurtl billow the rSoiitli of Buckharn by seeing onoof the sons of Mr Fugate take hintJby gootlrbyefin this world The thing stood out in features so plain and showed like e anxiety of father for son nail son for father it was almost hearts rendering for the sympathetic rnanJames Combs is opera ting a cane mill in this vicinity oontt draysfJ chtirctfwns re Htooti Bro tintprevailed There is sonic oppo against the rollntll n Asso Bibltcrown of his father Dayid not because he had In personal enmit towards his father but for the crowns sake So the kingdom David suffered violence nail tc see the kingdom of heaven suffered the same but the Lord will de liver JI Crockettsville JF otf Mary I Icutmi S tltty Boone- ville Tuesday Imi t usinGss Harrison McDanierhaaVhis thigh broken by a tree falltogv on hinr Saturdayllilliamtjjrosinsnafamily his daughter Mrs Dora UrfJohn Baker of BoprieviTle was here Monday Joh Cola him and Miss Bessfe Hojshjiw Jackson attended fitCti noo ay Robert Talent too- ldirnliniIUt WipiaTUowling Saturday son Newton visitoitho nlllilof brother Icher at Shoul Iler libidoow daYs the past jvcek Mr Mary E Denton went to the inly seat Monday I on busines l Elihuo Reynolds I visited honic folks at Canoe Sun dayr+ BOSSs FROM ANOTHERCO1iRE310NIENT- We desir to correct a mistake in regard t the funerAl oluncle WillbeClint Tayl and Protjyothers nt the memo I nt cttaville October the third Saturday and Sunday Tho fun1ral of aunt Polly Little and Sally Belcher will be announc ed at tho Little onune creels the Saturday in Octo ber 1908 Everybody welcome and everybody invited t Time una creek CouncilNor 8 Jr P U A M wilrdccorate the graves of their many friends in red ii the Crockettsvillo bury ing crouncl on Sunday at JO oclock at tno memorial meeting published OBi year ago by Joseph Walters to bo held October 3rd Saturday and Sunday and by marching in concert around time graves other Councils and mem bers of other Councils are invited to participate nil members are re quested to be prepared with rc nalia for the occusionlour correspondent viftcd the fair at Buckhorn last Saturday week Lvcry thing was so wisely nnd discretely handled and conducted that all byslnnderslmd spectators ishopedlarge the territory to be represented and many others will make products enlarged her borders anlljcorilplcto- nn rs1mhmtionowA1 serious vteutysixthinsttiro woods prop tiiiTr l omo rail timber unford y lodged 1a tree while wor tJJlct the tree fallingtho bone above tho knee joint Hi thre1Ireacherhintmediately summoned to dress nm IIiLee City Wolfe County lmlltol1TucidIXMonday U eriry Clair wai badly hurt Monday while unlond ill1I frehtAIex Duffs mill 1a n5t lib hesGrpl of rlpts limit- S tl 10 somo Cor Jauies wits11i ahII six un ions of Leo City Council Ni gJ will have a march the seep dSun- day in October Tho Jurfidrs toil form In lino at 9 a ut Of morel to the school house JPGilmor creek where an An t1 ling wit be hoisted over Um ehVxil houtf 1 MolV n i riUdtOJ1 r iitwndv a- oe r ntijLMci property i n p C week u I NQtltreyr Courtivs juror Lou mien Iiiar Dotty The parties to this acimrt botl plaintiUs anrdcfoncantSyaid al creditors 0 o Il1te Jun 1Brsit decensedt lwiWJIlH nnpo t missloaeF4h tJgin his sitting in this case his f1ice in tin Crawford Infilling in Jackson Iveiiffucky on the 5th day of Oc tobcr 1908 for tho purpose o hearing evidence herr n illH wll continue his sittings from day ti day until the same is completed II All creditors of tho estate o James Hargis are notified to iiI before mo their claims proper proven nail they may if lio desire introduce pruj evidence at sane A II PATTON Spccinl Commissioner n CQinmiasionor s Notice x Br aiHlH3ifcuit Court 1luintlllsevs SarafiI Radar c Dcfis The piirties horcto both plaintiffs and def mdl1nts will take notice that tho undersigned Commissioner will begin his sittings at his otlice in the Crawford building In Jackson Kentucky on the QUi day of October 1908 for the puFof hring evidence here sittlnJsfrIS co I11T1ONf Mar Q is rs Breath i oui4 Jurt S II Hurst VAf Plaintiff vs NcWpofSalc The Frozen er rdantBy virtue of a jud1 t arid order of sllle of the Broa 1 Cir thenbgvdstyled t16 Irghll aoKCommisaio Ar- tan tCourt to 4invwuLiig s41t hereinafter described per pursuanceofsoil at Wilhupjc dn Frozen Creek Breathitt CouiKy Ky on Friday October 2308 between time hours of 11 oclock m followinJdescribed Five stacks of poplar lumber stacked at Wilhurst upon which notices arc posted being the same lumber by B J1iwen Deputy Sheriff c Said property above described will be sold at Public auction to thn highest mid best bidder ona credit of and the purchaser for thlmontlas to give- bond approved in terest from d tJapd having the force and effect Of bond and a lien is now raicTed in said bond on the property sold until all the purchase money interest and cost is paid Bidders must be prepared to comply promptly with Witness my hand this 24th day of September 1908 JW jr M C B C C J 4 W I HI0 rv- s tT1 J ro r 1 I fli5- s t E CD 01 CD en Jo Xt r pt C rlQ 1- t J in o ro ir y r f D f 0 0 Vght 4ernr rtt r rii z r- I 1 0i rtv G1 rn 3rn l ixrn 0x Vlfr iv t IfCO en s n m t m 1 000to iJvtfJ rn rn 0n 2rn r r a or i O Z n on I h XI x7V i = i 1J r n 1 ii I j J Q t O m Q 1 J or fM r r tk Ao = t i 0 1 CF 3 co t 00 f 1 g i- er I I 4 e a4 t9 j IL w 1I 4 Jo o i 1 oI cl tJ 1 I The Breathitt News IF1ITORiPiiMlNhud livery Friday W II I ANTON U T HOVURflAL J WISH MAatNS1 i Blanton Hovcrmale Haginsvy- lifATTORNEYS AT LAW 4 ghee In Court ttoueJrcksn Ky 1 1frf mctico1n aH the court of tIN Commonwealth Litigation con spectnltyCollections promptly remitted Real estate kht sold 1 afi new IIndto skirts nt Abbio 41 lJages A j 1 R tC Ilydcn went to ouisvillo rrl1rsdn L C jCalhoun and wife of qjtoscau were here Wednesday John J Sewell of ilhurst wiv veiling friends hero Tllurs r doy oS tobort I am1 bog Iltinrt I r 1 p1tillio Spurlock tld wife o SIH were hero Saturda NI I l i6 rekljman imtnJllc llll5t1Jl o ednesday on hiswu fr n hI county u- r Adam M Hudson bem glof Thomas L Sowcll irloV25xiyQ ft on oust Main street William DaY of Frozen Creek was visiting his daughter Mrs June Jctt Saturday jt I I Milo Neatly of Heatyyillo vafl Tuesday funo rill of Thomas CockrillI + Willo Hurst left sun f North Dakota where he o snide his future home I njI Mrs Abrelia Marcum yosjolhcovacated M Mrs Sam feLt of yrn9hi4ter attended the funeral r Thomas Cockrill TUO day W WIIJkcrCble lute sold ligro 7 Karv store on Pun Bowl uiunvi- iJ and mocA bnckfto town J Mr nnd MrsA 11 Patton re turned Monday from Campion w1ere Mr Patton was attending court i fi Thomas Lewis and Miss Julin Motley were married at the homo 1MtnhJI Uncle Wednesday Sop i tcmbcr JJO nero Y j Edge of Tllclaling We think tho people of this dis trict have hail enoughof carpet i hag rule and they lire going to check Coxs mans baggage back homo in November 1 I Hall went to Jcllico Term IIl week and arrested Shade Duff indicted for forgery hero and brought him back but ho gave bond on his arrival Coxs judge after his defeat in November will have plenty of I time to gut into rt race in his own dirtrict next year if ho wants to I bo judge anywhere rt Rev1 T Leonard formerly of Frankfort but now of Colum bin Mo is visiting his son Prof C A Leonard principal of Legs Collegiate institute- It f is no longer u question + who will be Judge and Commonwealths Attorney next year but how big will bo the majority for White and- Stamner in November L Mrs Joe A Stephens of Ml a v Sterling is visiting her daughter Mrs John D Young Mrs Steph en+ attended tho funeral of Henry 4Godse at Hael Green lust week The sovoro drouth that has pro railed hero for the past two months was broken Monday by a moderate rain and tho tempera lure has been near the frost line 1 since You are invited to cull mid hi 1iHrrI1 Tnir ni llUI mittl inter which 1 have just I received from tho city I haco marked down the prices to suit the 1 times MOIMK FIELDS r Judge J H White of Irvine was here the first of the week looking after his candidacy for Circuit 11 Judge Ho reports his prospects for election exceedingly Mattering J It appears that the people have had enough of Coxs judge and iz Whito is going to bo elected by a handsome majority Combs Case Reversed- The4 case vs John and Henry Combs who wore sentenced hero w more than a year ago for tho mur g der of Thomas Combs has been reversed by the Court of Appeals Marriage Licensesn f The following marriage licenses have been issued since our last re portJosiah Wadkins of Herald and Miss Lydia Caudill of Stevenson James Johnson and Miss Sallie nays both of Frozen Creek T M Lewis and Miss Julia e Mosocy both of Jackson t Tom Cockrill Killed Thos C Cockrill was killed Saturday night by getting cough under the wheels of n cut of cars I inn railroad yard in Louisville Mr Cockrill was on his way homQ- from North Dakota where ho had been visiting his brother Mack and arrived in Louisville Saturday afternoon and while waiting for his train went to visit afrient named Hawlings Iloiuml n son upInwas off alAso ho Could turn with thijnto tlKnwIinga home They fcro waging through tho yards when they Qaw a freight train coming ttnrds JlclI lltoy got off tlllf hand teppi on another track win n nut cut of cars comillJO n tlfitt traiiT caught lm It legs brolcen ana was badly i dover the body Rawlings tad one leg broken and was badly bruised They wcro taken to n hospital where Cockrills wounds wore pro nounccd fatal nod to died shortly before midnighK His remains wore brought hero and buried in the fn grave yard near the tau I O tierFfgnAAr un- crnl services by- tev lL vtnersl qtitB mcat Cannc t Ifivn r Satnrdnvahdaspcciul in thbexleitdetl to the Jultlore- tt- s tls countY to attenil and eta y e 1 miumber of o peakers tttl tio preenand- L r ss the peat Ie The 0 K- ru lu y trill low rate fro tt nil st lions goIdrgoflla on train le vi94 Tack on 5 a m- ri t uT g on special trains leaving nit el Ct3 at 6 p iii Fr h GroceriesS11 Pfdmpt Delivery jViijr money woi o minoy ac Ixwesl fricesifoipcaslj 1i t i vc aI N f IVIuphoiro Np0ll R lit ions NotqsV IOn tlfo third Sunday in petoer jVNlI J Dcrlhtbk of r cn will prejicti nt lie Chri Untlchurch Ivet eveyylody comdj- is wdlcomi Am Ia Christian will bo the Pastors subject at the BamisV church Sunday at 11 n in dli ject nt 7130 p m JhcxVNafilQrbf Sin o n y At Um CJlingtian church next Srn lA 1 rnoroi Minieterwttl preach iat time regular hour for vice There will bo no service atl night Tho congregation willat Iced the Methodist services MY Fall OpeningI iiiiiiiiiiiiinr I invite you to inspect my excellent assortment of stylish ALL MILLINERY Iwill show an excep tional array of Stylish street and Trimmed Hat including tho fit i luaus ACH Trimmed MillineryMY WILL TAKE PLACE ON October 1 2 and 3 1 Miss Abbie Bailey FOR SALEI I The Best Paying Busi ness in Jackson f A For the Amount ofcapital it takes t9rupt sa chance of a life t to tyk apood 111y lug businernll ibenr in j ijy bones fU11I e Store icy A Conundrum frCoxti judge can get more cases on the docket Wan Jiegct off in a live rceeks lrAJf mh long would it take lyjtftocjicTHip A Goodr election The Democratic Committee met hero Monday and elected Hrcck Crawford chairman Thi is n good selection as jMrJflCrawford will give everybodya sjiwrc and will mete op 1 ticflto alt Shot From Amb irHii ili wa i L r vts rah distance above town 1ri night The nssassi- tlirot t crack in the duor hit tine I in the breast IsiUmSi him Uy Kwen lhWlI ig- SIeslry yons ual Miller and ft Davisalter Cat were ar Ted chart with the IIIIIIIIVI- ihti heir exam trials tins not ncludl c so to press fro 1 barri1s100 4 liO cent 1 K nco Curhi1M redo to 1fiO on the lIiir- fraccltemmnnts- bunch tn dints en b ON II TeleWtone No Rcv E Po1def Tho me b s Id iinJs o tho rcit fi the I past top BlfPtitr n se po st ridny night the elfcets M11i eh loll bo fel for stigte t crgc Thl l d rttidny and omllv appreciate very e kindnsand Ion J Rfthep- eopl I V IIf 1ffresltAmery butter at Had j Moore a Boss Grader Thcgrading that has been done hy NJ Moore on Jefferson and lWhlnUWenus is to bo com 111 lU improved the trill wonderfully and we hope that the good work will go on There is much more that can bo done to wards improving Marcia Heights and the resident people earnestly desire it Every winter the hill has been almost impassible ford teams or walking and we hope the trustees willno 9nlV lin rtnnA work Another street UM isin bud condition and needs working immediately is Lincoln avrojMW Tfiis street has long bcgtLScrThat a team could not go up tie hill md good work can bo done on that road e A half loaf is Better than none attdwe appreciate what has already been done Notice to Taxpayers There are many ta aytsfs who have not paid their hues and time pendlty will soon go on You would oblige me very much and save yourself expense by getting your receipt at the earliest possible momeut as tho time is so short I will nblo to callon you all So call on me at my office iu the Jrawfofdbtiilding Jackson Ior lone of my collectors will wait on you at any time Yours respectfully HUKCK CltAWFOUD W PAIRS OF SHOES a- 1iXSESAORIFICEDv Jt OUR LOSS YOUR GAIN I JITWomen heavy shoes worth 150 our pri eIlO Mens heavy brogan shoes 110 Mens high top shoes from 150 up Childrens Shoes at very low prices ftCome and be convinced that we are closing out shoes very very cheap at Jones GrJat Closing Out Sale Jones Storey+ s Corner Court Street and College Ayenutra J r p1 J L BLAKE GOOD GOODS r iANDlOV w v RICES Ii1- 1alP wny- ea s insure tra 1 I1amMtiow r iintiayiersand inj most a ythttito people need M cJoes 5c Per Yard = lvi E 1hflLAKE wHa ftH HiH H HiH H H H lwH H t 7 7 rr Jrr t S same a rt t A cash business enables ti tier good for less money than J- C Usinis lease notecarefully the follow T vonsW H to bu ash A felt n ssaved o sevcIJlt purchases LcJII is n tttdcal intho n re Iona WelIlf QuroodiCdrcashnrIDJctdis tf a tuntsand ilttlutt tents which we pus on to our wi ci yTMlr a SeHinffjfiCiish ice sire our customers if credit and cash prices Wi Fourth Sellinj t 1 cash wo do not lose2000wJ 9or 3000 unnunlfy on bad debts r nlouses have to their good customers pay or 1 r JO out of btisinesL r r ifthWre want io establish bin trade and oJ tot t knqw that close riQcs and good honest JtootlsAotwill do it rir T5 byo9 Seventlt1f yotiyaltl get in the habit of 1 in for cash you the habit will save ourMmoue i e- i a Eighth Wo can jjr i11 make closer prices thanUpeople tchq fns bookkeepers collections etc 1 rt tbf tI + l ry wo WIll refund money i rtiakN J ry114 SFCOJACKSON KY U t aa W W QGa G Qr Rousseau hisJfellinJtosh wants to trade n good mule for cattle Rev Daniel C Hat ton of Hampton will preachat Rousseau thoi4tli Sunday in October Rev Daniel McIntosh is preaching monthly for three de nominati6s Baptists Methodists and PrCS rinnso Coxs boys will play holding court only a few weeks longer Th p it le of this district are gom toj lect n man Circuit Judge in Nbxgjnber who wont have to mffvejnto the district to hold tho office fi 6 lire hso somo special bargains in waists Coma afrdisee them Tuosireo HAMILTON d Birthday or Wedding and Presents5v RHUAniE QUALITY t RIGHT PRI- CESlElNTZ l JBi1L112 E Main opp Phoenix- LEXINGTON ICY Dr C lPeyton Dentist Jackson Ky yHas given relief to triunjMiun onincedIisfactory but reasonable in price My experience enables mo to put up a very high class of work Eight3c rs experience enables rne i tricffJuarnntee my work One pry e to all Best Gold Crownsttcst Set Teeth 8 00 lliv K 50c and 75c- C eamng Jf 75e- gxtr s r 25c Oflice cn rartcc Puttons Hall on Brondway between Taulbeos store and Reliance Drug Cot D L ALLEN JEWELER 3IAIX ST OPP rOSTOFtfl Has for sate a nice line of VATCIIIiS l fltLIiiM PINS RYE OlwV 1EC1ACLIS- i Iinarunclrx REPAIRING A SPECIALTYi Prices Reasonable Please tall and examine 5Jiv REMOVAL r I have moved to McCormick earpimpton Junction where I i1l cohtinue my business of mill nit iff t tr Monuments0 AND TOMBST ESr Anyone wanting anything in my line will pleaso write mo at McCormick Ky Iotll itaake monthly visits to Jackson f1nd hope all my friends will save their orders for me 1111 r ILY r U LI IerSeei Ollee r e Ir I 1 110- l v o This is the Question Whether it is better to keep your money in a drawer or safe and dolo it out in payments of accounts and bills or to bank it zta and pay by check There can bo but one answer to this bank it and check it out III IOPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH US It will systematize your affairs teach you economy and bring you into contact vllh the best people of the community Three Per Cent Interest Paid on Time and J iUL1DDI n pOrtfD JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK KEN1UCKlI Huitirt ICECool off and get ice from home The Jackson Electric Hydraulic Manufacturing Company is prepared to furnish you ice cheaper than you dyer got it before f d BUY TICKETSA- ND SAVE MONEY 1 GET A REFRIGERATOR Dont forget to put lights in your huso Electricity is cheap and gives the best light J 1a 111 11uI t1 w PAINTS1 I 1P 1- Pii Just received a full line N- t t- lt which we guarantee t t 1 t 1l l J II e 1NI11ry ill cover more space last 1I 1 longer und look better than i Callll I getIP W 1 t f yfc prIces v t Gr 1tl I w Jackson Drug Co t IIIiCt eee t The Southern R9y OF FRS VERY LOW ROUND- TRIPHomeseekers Rates f To Arkansas Indian Territory Louisiana F Oklahoma Texas Tickets on sale the first and third Tues days of each mouth Apply to any Southern Ry Agent or write A R COOK D P A B S VENT T P A LOUISVILLE KY i it n 1 J r- yl + e l L3 rt1 JIII 1 I Bl J2LBERTIRti ERHUNE C04PYRctt7rs07BY dtORS1L13ROADUR5TM CHAPTER III VSY1trt7Ht + MOt n hrAak the tense silence Ii Whats this here forr he growled indicating P1elan with n contemptuous Jerk of the Head and addressing no ono in particular Ask your friend Walnwrlght grunted Phelan with equal roughness Iyou set began Walnwrigut con t clllatlngly I didnt like to see two t such first roto claps at odds with each t Vi Bother sol wanted to bring you l0 t gather hero to i a Oh you did did you sneered Hor jrlenn And what did Phelan say to that little plan 4 I said snapped Phelan before his host could replyI said Id see you In liretl Slime hero twice overt said Hor Y rlgan nut Interposed Wainwright cons ia there no way IJngly retorted Horrfgan his deep rumbling far down in his throat There Isnt Look here Phelan I Im out for your scalp and Im going to get Ill Come on look for Itl crowed Pbe Ian fairly hopping up and down ID rage and excitement Come runnln1 An whllo youre huntln my scalp dont overlook ono bet Im after yoursMine you little shrimp Why Yes yours Ilorrlgan you cur Youre pretty chesty on strong stand In on the top of the organization bu youro no blooraln statue of Mberty You can be torn down and herds the man whos gain to do the tearln Me Alderman Jimmy Pbelan of the Eighth I J Let it go at that for now Youll wake up In the fall when the elec ttlonl It go at that for keeps I Mr Walnwrlght broke off Ilorrl gan If this was the business you 4 + wanted to talk j vcr with niejiere ItJsotrashfurtrdthtboro jj rr Oh I Then we caTrge 40 t rTcaC gone business perhaps when this fellows t That lets mo out observed Phelan cheerfully as he picked up his hat Gby Mr Walnwright Gby Mr fL Gibbs Ilorrlgan Ill But youll stay to lunch alderman t wont you urged Ilorrlgan with au effort at cordiality that deceived no t one No thank replied PhMan When the curtains down and the orchestras gone homo I dont need no usher to 1poke me In the ribs to tell me the out As for stayln to break soonerl1 poison squad Goodby all Ilorrigan as for you some day Ill cross two sticks of dynamite under you and youll scatter so wide that the Inquest your plltlcal havo oerIcountiest held in fourteen loafihouse said Walnwright as the Irate I alderman stalked out leaving the boss staring after him tp dumb furyt 1 meant It for the beat and Mr Walnwright Interrupted for rlgan venting his pentup wrath on his dismayed host tills old world of ours 1 la white with bones of failures of fools of deadbeats In other words b of folks who meant It for the best Now lots get down to business First let me Introduce Mr Glbbs lIe Glad to meet him but hell excuse me whon I say I never talk business when theres a third party around No offense Mr Gibbs Just walk out and take a look at the view like a goad boy wont you Thanks Gibbs at a warning look of appeal from Wainwright checked the angrj retort that sprang to his lips turned T on his heel and walked out Elorrlgin etvao had observedjharlanceaxohnur- al uetwehn Jie two men r attempted to soften the erect of his brusqueness I didnt menu to snub your friend said he but Phelau riled me and I took It out on the next moan I spoke to What on earth set you to having Phe lan here to meet me for anyway Just as I said I wanted to win him + over to us We will need every strongman we can get this fall We Mrtr alder In politics or youd never have made such a break I cant compro mise with Phelan even If I wanted tot lies stood out against me and Ive got to smash him If he told defy me and get away with It other leaders would think they could do It too and in less than no time the organization would bo split up Into a dozen factious and Id be down and out Understand l Ive got to look out for discipline It Im iirtohold the place Ive won When a In the organization starts a tight against me I must down him Theres no turning back Thats why Im boss Every man in the crowd knows host got to obey mo or fight mo and that If its light Its a battle to the death And Loa the man who docs the dying not I Now you understand So we cauIa get to business What But business seemed tills morning 1cd to maggYloterruntlogtr TJiilak v V n r elf como in the foruTbT JudgcTWw plan who bustling Into the room with nil his customary pompous dignity suddenly stopped In his tracks and wilted ut sight of the boss morning Mr Horrlgan said theJudge Ingratiatingly wrlggllug un der the boss glower I hope Im not here too early nUll that Mr Wain wrIght has Interceded for Ior your renomination queried Horrlgan speaking as h to a disgraced servant If thntlrwlmt youre here for you might have spared your self the trouble What I told jou be fore Htlll goes f lint Mr llorrlgan consider bow long Ive been on the bench nndtAnd Its time you got your iioscout of the feed bag and gave some oneelsu n chance You are TIJprY + rwuernrpleaded the thoroughly cowed lunge How can I go back to law practice nnd compete with younger men Be sides Sits Newman declares 1 cant help that returned Horrl san quite uifuiSvYxl Youve had your share Weve got to look out for our own active workers for the men wo can count on to do the right thins But Mr IlorrlgauU protested the Judge I always tryTo do what Is rightI said tile right thing corrected the boss See the difference Excuse me Judge Intervened Waluwrlght It youll leave this mitt ter In my hands I will try to convince Mr Horrign of your fitness Just leave it nil to me thank you so much Charles IOhthe relieved Judge Jmsurc I on you Mrs Newman will I bo so grateful Well i wont detain you any longer Ooodby- Goodby Judge answered Wain wright tolerantlyy + fjfa Goodby sir Horrlgan Vent on Judge Newman with effusion v A grunt from Ilorrlgan who hn- turned hIs broad back on the visitor was the only reply and the judge de parted to bear the message of hope to Mrs Newman Have you any special objections to Newman asked Walnwright No said Ilorrlgan except 1 think perhaps theres men who can do better by us You know how much It menus sometimes to have the right judge han die your case i I think at a pinch we can manage Newman mid I Oh if It Is a favor to you nil right But It doesnt do those Judiciary tel lows any harm to keep them guessing awhile It tames em and teaches em to mindsort of keeps them In theirj lieu Uorrgan wonfionIWaluwrlght tomplled and the two settled down to their deferred talk How ubout the election this fnllY began the financier i Were already growing but Just be loser you und me its going to bo a hot fight The people at large seem to be a little sore on the organization A few deals lately have been a little raw and some of the papers are kicking Good LordI If It wasnt for the newspapers what a cinch a boss would have in running a city I Itll be like taking pennies from a babys bank But Then you think there Js some doubt about the olectlonoII wouldnt go so tar as that Itll bo a tussle but with plenty of cash and the right man for majwr mark me I and the D1uuwe to wluwTho woods are full of right men replied Walnwright The money la the chief thing to consider That Is why I asked here today fbia is tue point riri fretting at As soon as election Is safely over the Borough Street railway will apply for a frau chise for a car line from Blank avenue to Dash street along the river front I see noddqd Ilorrlgan And as you own the City Surface line and as that Is the Borough Street railways worst rival you want the Boroughs franchise bill killed when it comes be fore the board of nldonucn Youro wrong To paruffhrase your own words you know a lot about poli tics I want the Borough Street rail war franchise granted and I want the 11II1VI1IBU to bo perpetual hut I dont see what your driving at If you intend to merge the Borough SurI I dont moan to merge them I own both roads and I run them separately The you dot Thats n little surprise oh I justItile granting of tho franchise and the news that I control the road will work when they are made known ISurel Itll send that stock sky high Youll scoop In a uillllpu or two 1A million or two eclioed Wain scornfully Nearer Hold onr ntcrnipted norrJcan tot + Whats that noise He hid Jumped to his feet with an alacrity that was surprising In so large n man nnd was listening Intently That cllchlngr asked Wainwright Oh thats tho wlro tny yPX or course Why StippiMe bo should happen to bar HstculnKMfu us Who Thompson Absurd I Idont know Id rather Nonsense Its Thompson myjirl tiitsecretayp malt whos with nte nine years I trust him as lint I 110at1 dont t Send him Into some other roomiI cant In his absence some In- iportantnies age might count and If IK wasnt there on the er Hbnicntla www11Mtmlln IIxerthOn rJwIIIft1twusOb nil rlgat thou OJo ilth what you were saying k I want the Borough Street railway franchise made perpetual Catch my drift ISure Ituttho papers nnd the prop erty will make n blkICkII Let them Theyll and have to rest their ctr1itiently Thats all right hutifthfit I want to know Is How docs ai l concern me- ilorrlgan S threw hlmseIC back itliiChair uptlltcd cigar In onecooniereGI- IIs mouth thumbs In walstcot1t holes amt eyed Ills host qulizlcaRy Wainwright did not ewes pretend not to underqjQnd Still Instead of glvftitk a direct nnswer he went on with s Jliji ling Irrelevance am n public spirited cUIzcn Ij- IlIeoch1e welfare would suffer by any municipal administration so to keep the prcsen party In power I am willing to donate to It 200000 to ward election expenses I That sounds pretty good as far as It goes hat mub l1ldnt hear some WbatIconcern inoTt C I Pin combn to that As I said 1 am a public JEpjrUea citizen Im also a good friend such a good friend theI Im always glad to put my friends on to anything In the market that looks I particularly promising Suppose I cur for your account at the market 1ry thats C3 Just now 15000 shares of Borough Street railway stocks Well If that franchise is granted nor ough stock will go up at least2i poll Ivltb1u days That woutnror yoinr protit or lets 375000Ilorrlgan had pulled a pencil from his pocket nnd was figuring on the back of an envelope Yes he said at last thats right 375000 That would be my profit While yours would run Into the ml lions Thats not warm enough friendship for mot 10 rclJllUltls n gcnerous Gene s maybe but IMillko some tbfngrniunltk ent y25tlUO shares nt- I iss Then at lel2 poInt Jump I mnkc d make cjuUing his fig ures on the envelope something over I 000000 That Bounds better to me ley But Mr norrlgan Youve got my terms Take em or j leave em On vry well conceded Wjjin aright with lame thing to oblige an grnclousnlSsB Good iL weJ tion cxpR S and my personal ac count receives 23000 shares at C31 Quito so And now JMAnd now comes the questlo or right man for mayor Wo Again Horrlgan paused rhllnifJ feet stealthily like somulflnlftl119 cat his head bent slightly as ttiffugn catching n taint ur distant sound Whats the matter asked Wainwright looking up Nothing returned norrlgan But he did not resume his scat Instead as he talked ho began to pace liv room 1t apparent aimlessness yet every turn chanced toring him nearer and near er to tho dour of tho adJoInlngpftlcS You sec ho said wo must hire the right man If we dont we hadtea shad show 6anustsr chjoe the best manpossible In fact Sir WiUn wrlghtJntl Jo His wander ir tugs had 7 brought him tit Thompson stepped the ofilco door quietly over tilt With the last thrcthold word he Bud denly Jerked It open Thompson stepped quietly over the threshold Into the library walked overt to his employer handed him a dispatch and went out again under the battery of Horrlgans glare closing tho oillcq door after him That fellow was listening to every word wo said shouted the boss as the door shut behind Thompson How foolish rou urel protested Walnwrlght I3fl was bringing me this message l e tried and tempted und tested Thompson in a hundred l hud hes always rung true I trust him uttjjrjy l Well I ont trust a man living retorted ilorrigan reluctantly convlnc ell I dont sign receipts or keep accounts or write letters or have wit nesses when I talk I always itiakqlt a question of veracity between mo and the other man If tbcres u Investiga tins My words as goo4 as any ones and they cant prol 1b1nlr against q 111 ua O Qd aCat1rao j r gobilime ere you Les zjuu tbutsAie e ear Utc1lt t TbomJsiA ever taind Ii ttt all rglt Ier qNoock to the 0ho ti you in mind for Mn gotWCII1lCOnstrredtYl1l1rrlgm lies yp rthe pl1bJtIIIt on9 A man wltlHas queer JA j- jei advise yQj knit the calcn dar tants raid t date tiern y11th tCaiuwnd i I conlittotclchrkwhisgitesls 101l11lg t atrI tb nl cn fInd him o- I ellrtb b J1I1 lIeS got I to be for educated with a t aailrsoclaliatnudlug l III Important so o yi 4fteI stand he saC n tinter got to be ft lIes In o i game fortiu tl8 and h principles on I Ie du nil all thaF sort t i aUlo time hes got wo can handle to suit Thats the mnDJhoUt rug and go Ing Weve g sug gestlons a how a IWcte do pubtj Bwh him Young Saw Sawyer wn been1 getting r sluice nnd his Ten Itroec- TcritBroec rni are a monocle Trastg flash that 1I11 todeatward lneeting 11clt a jere fWell who tbt v lIlow who spends his summers nonrvv j a chap named BennettAlwyn Ilea ncttJCertainly I kuow lilac well But Well how does he strike you Id never have thought of him In such a connection tI Why wouldnt you He pretty ne1i i fulfills all our qualifications Bcsldrsl his father used to bo a big man In the organization Got some fat contracts front It In his time too lint young Bennett ltae never Hes well Soff well educated clover tad all tbntmn tyrosa him last fall When he camp erJPheIP Lorluier In Mq fl tJ e t w III- oLlrc 1 gasPTiSialite TStttie i boys all took a liking to him A swell but not a snob goal mixer gxxl fel low popular clear headed no past yes hes our titan More I think It over the surer I am I shouldnt wonder If youre right How would you like to talk It over with him now Now Yes lIes still around the place somewhere I think Walnwright rang a bell and the but ler appeared I Find Sir Bennett said the finan cier and nsk him If he will step here j for a moment Yes went on Ilorrlgan reflectively c ytttjijjn Dennett rubbing his huge plump handy togctb j cr hes the mail tor us that Is bo added with less a SUrllnCe It we can Handle him t VI think we can answered Wainwright a fragment of his con rstlon I wlthjGlbbs Hashing across W jnem oryT You see I ave fairly good reasons for believing lies In love with my niece Miss Dallas Vnliiwrlghta I fSo Tbttst pAnd as I control her fortune and herbrothers uuJH ferry Is twenty- tiro chuckleiPHorrlffiSfSSw Sr Bennett Is playing teunlslt e pifred tlfj butler coming tqMierq SEJ JI be hero at once l 1jJiQW resumed Horrlgan thljonly hat remhlns is to find tf hell ourent and then Iou wants mcMr Wnlnwrlght asked Bennett stopping through tho long window from tho veranda Oh good morning SIrllorriganbo added on seeing the secoutT occupant of the room i I The young man WAS contless and col larless his silk shirt being turned lu at tho neck In one hand he swung a ten nis racket With tho other he mopped his flushed face for the day was hot and the gamo had been swift Yes answered Walnwright Im Berry to interrupt four tenutsrt but I I 1r1 rwe Gan ro see 3er h r tUcr IUlpor tant matter weve b6en ItilkVg about 11 anksl said Bennett with a puz pillo from one to tho other of tho ttto older iru What about j ilIlIt to uo mayor queried horn gun ubruptljv jg Y Whats thonjistMr cduntered the perplext l l h Mllt Isnt a joke intervened Wnln r wrlght Sir HorrlganjtoitcarncstM In enrnest 1 tho heat hasntk tie to Ills head Oif- t tfou dont understand put In Hor riimu I control Uio parys nomlna tlfrns Tlio A11o for mayor la Irslf youll llkeit- Notnot realfy Alwyn aghastt iY Yes really Wo rUut t wholo organization full j bud I rnti romp n Cme es re the inatrxtcf want 1A cr thats excellent bu ns al tlllIultiOn Us tuystlfylug 1Iltell you Were looking fort to a risty 1It and J- AniV since you see no chat winning you pick me out as th m Instead of some organliuit an Good Wen ns far as youre rued but I beg to decline will ks No nol correctei +wright Ir Horrlgan thin ei o- uI T AL- Tb nvent- t Irutsbtougbl Cptnwgghtnh- e g to do uie ivud of hlluto C da to prove his ci n mice Yea this tan deli lie eager 3 loo toff It ti dnlial- lI icc alight boy attic and the hope of i uoart rd Bennett turnedutp l o t t a- af I accept Good3J a Iforr him myon the yr G boy t wellhut 1t1B tber one tmusl Mr lhlgul interruptedBea lieU and his careless boy- hoodI I met 10- have fallenI nwsfy from him like a discarded 7IIIIcone IItmI to unasked It remember one thing It I win this fightIf I am elcctwl mayor I shall never once swerve frqui my solcmnhathofofile I- W aiii right uneasy Nthe candl lUanncrII Of courscVaajrkccp your oath o- omfiFw1ieilowed Jovially Of course yoitsr l kiyits nnllertoJt1- I Then lu nujuuucripnt to Wnlnwrlght as Alwyn movud away the boss whls pored 1 I Dont butt Inl Leave Io mot That silly reform la I k dont inenf anyI thin Its the way all youngsters Jul politics blow off steam Lcayo him to I reel- ContiiTOLrTtlcxt i tteoh KxjollDiif Health Advice JMriAIM OivlUnn of No 307 iii e II Je Cal usu The oohof M ctrle Hitters ns n giiietnl family remedy fur headiHie blli M iiog aid torpar of tine liver and bpw eU la so ifotiouncrd that I um ifrtTJWUt td to say a word In lu fIu3I for the brelhuf thjse seeking r llnf him such nfllljtloiM There iHninre health for the digestive orunni In a bottle of Electric Bitters than any othef renifil I kniivriif Sold under gusrantee a- lJnkionDrug do tOt f JjShon Relative Poor man have you no brothers sisters cousins or nieces Nouo at nil No aunts or uncles Come to think of It 1 have an un rte Is ho kind to out Oh very Ho lets me stcre nij overcoat with him every summer g Knew the Remedy Oh docor said u languid young lady dropping tnt softest chair In the office I I do hope- you can tell amrcltl o to get aWhatAskOlI the doctor let usfluid otifl 1Jtiwbat oils you and then we ee wr tan do Oh doctor cant you make up the tymptowsT1 But howcaDI do that Your oughpUitrdo that easy enough I want a set otttiyjnptoms that call tot J six mouths tlllto EllroIO t a a Proof Is hicxliuustlblo tit tough lhoOh of LCa Head tho letter E lnnson 01 M Long SL lit11 bunt Q- UiilHi o writes to I waa in ghtfn- of fAfif fr 5 e nest J l yutyIL ants Vegeff omuchsate d an yawn work 1 er 1 friends what i u Ill egetableCompoun dl orm- efg this trying CTS FOR SI M GI For thirty ycant Pin hams Vegetable ltii lltatlo front roots mud hw icen the standard romedjz o lll- Aandha1x stive d t women rho hat l I ell it displncmuonts nun a nul tirnors Intguliir c+ terialiu pyinstckclte that 1 ar Cs- iTttlul r tondizzliu a n 01Li 1 Whyjlont ou ry T- Jfrs I k p rltr llIsictv l w l s t 51Ic ilia y t- 6ut1 i- f3 o ands t lit d I t Alttss fLt 1 t t rfd titu r Arnie vU st ropi Ilni lu 4tJ fur ure fet iYti a4fot ieslitug hutCa ores r ntlll 111runF1 of alien I 1 5 tIr t of Ki l r use It Is illn proper thiiie 11o 1rpl s Try It I SId oiitfer yilnrnniOB At JnU on Dine 0 Ui t i IMPORT OF GOOD ROADS k n Points In Legitimate Support of Build Icy nJ Mnlnt lnlng Thorn Good roads arc n benefit to tho farm ers bccnutfu they render transportation of farm products easier they facilitate travel and shorten the time to and from town or city markets they are humane In that they lighten tho draft for horses they make driving on pleas uro or business trips moro cnjoynble they footer a neighborly spirit through communication they art an aid to the federal government In establishing free rural delivery mall routes they aro business promoters and n credit to x AN Anoint r you ooou EOADH RlII1I1nullprosperity nUll activity of the people All these points are In legltlinata support of the construction and main tebangq ot good pvulft1IIRS the South or oluvJlIIUr roatona cllt It seem anomalous that maid all our boasted national progress this great necessity of modern clvlltzntlon should be kept so far In the acltground The nation needs Getter and more substantial hlghwiiys nud It Is hope ful to see Indications that this subject will soon receive moro attention from our an slat nYll state lawmakers than hereto tfe The Importance of good rural rlghwnys IM being snore th 5r rucognlzcd by busuit men nnd iglslatora than ever before nnd till farmers need no argument toconvlnco them that better roads will Improve their business materially Why James Leo Got Well E aryl ody in Isresvllla Q knw Mrf blare Len of rural mute 8 She writes Mr IniMmnd James Lee II my bi Upvf hx owes his life to the use of Ida KltiR i New DtscoVery ills tunas were so severely ntfrcjcd Unit cnnsumpllon eeenied hipvltable when i friend recommended New Discovery Ve tried It nnd lIP nee lira restored ilin to perfect hndth1r Kings Vcw Discovery Is thn Klfi of thrust snd lung remedies Fur coughs und colds It luau no I qui The first dose gives reUwf Try It Sold nnlr n guarantee at the Jackson Drug Store eOciuid tlOO iris bottle tree f r the Ultra Good Thlticc Mrs Chit K Smith of West Frail I Inn Maine says 1 like Roid ihh sand have adopted Ur Kings New IM Pilia our famllr laiitlvo medici ti unu f They are po ni und tli their worx without niiikitu n lu i ubout It h e p Inlfin purlllri sold at Juck J n irnjf slur 61 x ttt LL RAILWAY UFElT I lOGS e 11ES fin OUNI i111ar DailyEx Daily Sunday h Only 1 A M i M L 9OhJctt IJlittawa G 20 230 7 10 Oakilale GAld11 j 23 J Athol 710 38Sti P BuyvleJctT 320 7tHtFnitiustlo 7 15 3 28 15OleueuirnNatl HIKO 7 1i5 8 2GI 8IundeoJEUJ1t t atant ui 8 15 4 20 8 51 8 25 4 35 9 02 JntfVPlcls 8 48 4 53 9 20 JcL 900 C 079Hiester0 12 5 20 01O4 J tout U 25 l 83 9 li4 n 0 82 ft 40 10 03 1 Itr ViQ 5 50 10 12 1 I xiII red 66 fU or 10251- t NO N01 1 110 Dail1aIy IM AM V xington CTO f 1 35 I e 238 740t 2 48 7b4 rirt 2liJ 8 01 uticb rt1foi 1 u itie 81 S 49 f 11 1 La 11 02 10ItotLs 4 jJ o IO I 22Irapt u t 0 9 3B- tjf I 4 a 5t 11- e air loHi I IG rlnt Jl1i 6nCI ttc OO 08 eattyv 111nct b lQ 1p 17 to At i2GlhJrI JI- I 11 Wll I 10si 15irJnckollI CONNECTIONS If- JJ 1 E JUNC1IONJrnin1js1 nnd 3 e s SterlingCSVMI1ON Withthepassengers to and from uiniton XCIIONNo Benurile0 fe K UNeTI0N1rlllI 7 Al VS lCentuchyforCIIAS SCOTT G P A Ol K RAILWAY 1JFF1JCTIVI3 NOV JO 1UOO VEST BOUND Daily Kx Sun 1ST CLAn JO CLAM A M r M Lv t 00OFrozen U 81 3 83 Vanclevp fl 38 3 12 52HamptonRose Fork 12 05 Leo City 12 13 110I55ArEAST HOUND Daily ExSun- 2u OAIIII jbr caesa- A U Irv M Lv 00Ilelcchawa 23Hose44Wilhurst 57Frozen57IO ytVICTntvnti QQcA9rKr Jackson 9 30 2 30 vc8lunnelleaves Jackson at 4 00 p ruIM L CONLEY Gen Mgr Mountain Central l Depart Arrive 45 45 n m Campion 1130 a m oJ I 145 p in Campion G 00 p in Arrivo Depart 8 00 n m Cnmpton Jun 10 05 n m + 4 00 p in Campton Jun 4 40 p in Make connection with all L E passenger trains 1tKILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New DiscoveryF- OR COUCHPRICrfm rQ r ANDALLTHaOATANDLUNQTROUDLCS GUAPANTEED SATI8FAQT018 0 XOY e w